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A Summo? Showed. IT'S
RAINING BARGAINS here
Come in out of the wet
while wo talk to you.
These Price Drops
Are Truly Refreshing
We 2-re giving bargains in
Misses and Child's Shoes
that have nt?yer been
heard of before
Prices 75c, 95e and $i
Specials in LADIES' TAN
SHOES and OXFORDS,
Regular $2.50 Stock
Price Only $.50 Now
n ji wif x a
ismomger, yt iisuh vu. Black 9i
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1902.
IN THE TENTED CITY
ADVENTIST SESSIONS CON
TINUE TO DRAW CROWDS.
Reports Received From the College
Changes in Faculty (Conference
Territory Shifted Somewhat
Elder J. O. Corliss, of Oakland,
CaU, spoke to the smallest crowd
last night that has assembled at any
evening service at the Adventist
camp since the meetings opened a
veek ago. The large tent has been
the college was 215 and the average
attendance was 140
Professor Stewart resigned the po
sition at the head of the college and
Professor C. C. Lewis, of Kees Acad
emy, Texas, was elected to succeed
him. Professor Cady, of Healdsburg,
Cal., -was elected secretary of the
Pacific Union Conference. The other
election of officers will be made with
in the next few days.
The Upper Columbia conference
territory was somewhat changed dui
ing this meeting. Klamath county
was taken from it and added to the
Pacific conference territory. Th
part of British Columbia, which has
been in this conference, was also
dropped. Recommendations were
also made for the work during the
coming year and while the past
year's work has proven very satis
factory, an attempt will be made to
almost full each evening heretofore, J ""J" th coming year's work much
but the continued rain and damp
weather is working to tho disadvan
tage of the services, although those
camped on the ground do not seem
to mind the weather. Tho tents are
all floored and those living in th&
"White City" are cheerful and appar
.ently enjoying life.
During the business meeting Tues
day the report of the college at CoV
lege Place was read, which showed
that the past year had been a most
successful one for the college and
that the work, under President E. L.
Stewart, had been carried on to the
satisfaction of all concerned. This
ijreport showed that the enrollment in
be sure the drugs are
and carefully compounded.
If you come to us you can
feel perfectly safe. None but
pure drugs can reach our
shelves, and our system of
assures absolute correctness.
At 2:30 in the afternoon Professor
Cady delivered an educational ad
dress from tho text: "The Fear of the
Lord is the Beginning of Wisdom;
He said that Christianity was an aia
to one in obtaining a broad education
and pointed to Joseph, Daniel and
Solomon, as examples to show that
tho statement was true. Professor
Cady also addressed the young peo
ple at 5 in the evening and he urged
them to prepare themselves for mis
sionary work in the field.
Wc Never Make Mistakes
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
Jnat Wfint lie Needed.
A man went with his wife to visit
ner pnysicinii. tuo uoctor placet! i
thermometer in the woman's mouth
After two or three minutes, just as
the physician was about to remove tho
instrument, the ninn, who was not used,
to sucli n prolonged spell of brilliant
silence on the part of his life's partner,
"Doctor, what will you take for that
thing?" New York Times.
Itnllmift Eat Mncli Plnnr.
The Italian peasant probably con
sumes more flour than the peasant of
any other European country, because
the manufacture of flour into various
forms of macaroni is common in all
the poorer Italian households. Itallnns
nro peculiarly ingenious also in their
treatment of dough, which they make
into many curious and appetizing
C. S. Lansing, of Hllgard,
A. B. Benedict is in town from
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Hailey are In
William Sloan, of Milton, was in
town this morning.
D. D. Arp, of Walla Walla, spem
Tuesday in Pendleton.
Jacob Betz, the brewery king ot
Walla Walla, is in town.
Philip Heiderman, a Russian, has
" sranted citizenship papers.
Dr. J. A. Best, Ot weston, aiienu
ed the republican rally at the opera
house Tuesday night.
Marriage license was issued by
tho county clerk Tuesday evening to
Byran Giles, of Walla Walla, and
Alwine Adler, of Pendleton.
After spending a few days in Pen
dlcton looking after business inter
ests, Hon. Levi Ankeny left Tuesday
evening for his home In Walla Walla
Miss Adelone Schlfller, who has
spent several weeks visiting her fath
or, E. A. Schlfller, in this city, left
this morning for her home in AV
R. J. Reeves, of Echo, has record
ed his brand with the county clerk,
which is 74 combined on the left
shoulder for horses and a hole in
each ear for cattle.
Harry Collins, of Walla Walla
passed through Pendleton Tuesday
evening on his way to Weisor, Idaho,
where he goes to visit a sister. He
will stop a few days at Hot Lake.
Ed Dupuls, who went to Pomeroy
a few days ago to pitch a couple ot
games for the Pomeroy baseball
team, has returned. He says thai
Pomeroy's baseball team is not mucfc
Mrs. E. N. LeRoy left Tuesday
evening for an extended pleasure and
business trip east. She will first gu
to Hot springs, Ark., where she has
relatives, and from there she will go
to Virginia to settle up an estate in
which Mr. LeRoy is interested.
Victor Allen and wife arrived in
Pendleton Tuesday evening from
Pomeroy and will make their home
here, where Mr. Allen will enter into
business with his father-in-law, J. C.
Spoonemore, who is running a mes
senger service and shooting gallery.
Spokesman Review: Conductor
Dan Schultz of the O. R. & N. main
lino run, is taking a sixty day lay
off. W. H. Cameron of the Colfax-
uoscow branch, Is punching tickets
for Mr. Schultz, and Brakoman Fred
Damon has Conductor Cameron's
PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN
AT FRAZER THIS EVENING.
Oratorical Contest at Assembly Hall
Next Saturday Night Public
Schools Close May 28 Commence
ment Exercises at the Pendleton
Tonight "Snow White," an operet
ta, will be given at Frazer's opera
house by the pupils of the public
Minnl. beginning at 8:16. Tins
drama is tSheH ra the fair
story with which all are familiar and
the school has been practicing until
they have the story so they can act
it to perfection. The play lias ton
characters. Including a prince, prln
ppsr. nueen and huntsman. Then
tliGVA are tho seven dwarfs, and 7
chorus girls who will add attraction
to the play as the singing will bo the
leading feature. The costumes will
be very elaborate and the stage will
bo pleasingly decorated. The object
in giving this play is to raise money
to go toward paying for the new pi
ano, which was purchased some time
ago. Prices will be 2o, 35 and 5U
cents. Tickets are on sale at Fra
zier's book store.
Wrote Himself Down.
"The prisoner knocked me down
calling me a scarecrow, a wall eyed old
fool, a reforming rooster, a dolt and nn
This was the conclusion of tho depo
sition. He affixed his signature, which
was preceded by the formal entry, "All
of which I swear to be true," and left
tho court Now York Herald.
E We Have TEem
pr mnrit a"a o a a a a a a a o n n a a o o a a inrmi s a a b a a a a a aXg a a oTnnrtq
The Banister Shoe
Made by the oldest established factory in the United
States and conceded to be the leading house' for
In a large assortment of sprine and summer stvles.
both in shoes and OXFORDS, and no matter how 3
large or small your feet we can fit you perfectly. 3
The Banister is perfection in shoes and Oxfords and 2
made to wear.
Take a look at our window
THE PENDLETON SHOE STORE,
ThkilmtotU on rry box ot the (bhIb
Mrs. Wes Matlock and children left
on Tuesday evening's O. n. & n
train for Missouri, where they go to
Bjiunu me summer with relatives. Mr.
auocit win , leave this evening for
oeumu, irom wnero he will sail iu
a few days for Alaska to look after
uis mining interests.
uuuiuui; wmio .Miner, a
runaway reform school charge, was
returned from Halsey Sunday by
mia. . tu. inciters, wife of the super
intendent of the school. The Miller
uoy was caught at Halsey, and read
ily accompanied tho matron of tho
scnooi on tho return trip.
Portland Oregonian: L. B. Reeder,
of Pendleton, who was speaker ot
the .last house of representatives
says that W. J. Furnish will run
ahead of his ticket in Umatilla coun
ty. "He will lose some republican
votes," says Mr. Reeder, "but he will
get more than enough democratic
votes to make up for what he loses."
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rigsby arrived
in Pendleton this morning from
Sterling, III., where they were nun
rled a few days ago. Mr. Rigsby is
receiving tho congratulations nf 1,1,.:
many friends who wish him and brido
uuuuunuBu nappmess and prosperity
They have not yet determinort w.
er they will live In town or on Mr,
....feoiv o tmivu on mo reservation
. tug Dalies Chronicle: Fred Shoe
winter, wno nas snent aevomi
months past m tho Dalles represent
ing the Washington Life Insurance
company, loft Tuesday for Spokane
wiicre no win take cliaree of thA rm
co in tnat city. Mr. Shoemaker is
hold in high esteem by tho company
...... lereuujr won mo gold watch of.
" iur tno lanrest nnm inr nr .,n
.loo III- "l fU"
Next Saturday night an oratorical
contest will be held at the school as
somblv hall, beginning at 8 o'clock,
to determine who shall represent the
high school in the oratorical contest
at Baker City on the 26th. Seven will
take part in the local contest. They
are: Robert Cronin, Will wyricK
Dell McCartv. Se Williams, Olin
Arnspiger. Mary Rothrock, Iter Neil
and Florence Atkinson. At intervals
during the speaking doog music will
be rendered to break the monotony.
Ten cents admission will be charged
and the admission money will be
used to defray the expenses of Un
representative at Baker City.
School to Close.
One week from today Wednes
day evening, May 28 will occur tho
graduating exercises of the public
school, which will be held in the
opera house, at which time five young
people will graduate and receive
their papers, the occasion being the
close of the 1901-1902 term of the
public school, one of the most suc
cessful in its history.
Professor E. B. Cdnklin, who has
been at the head of the school for
the past three years, deserves much
credit for the efficient way in which
he has conducted the school and the
students and patrons are well pleas
ed with his work.
Those to graduate are: Tom Mil
arkey, Edith Epple, Bessie Krebs,
utiiel Kimball and Lavollo Moor
house. Beside the graduating exer
cises a nice program will be rendei-
be delivered by some local man, but
wno tins will be has not been determ
On tho evening of Friday, May
w, another drama, "The Courtship
of Miles Standish," will be rendered
at tho assembly hnll by the school
une proceeds from this play will
ajso 00 applied toward paying for
the school piano.
Commencement at Academy.
Thursday, May 29, wll lend the
laiu-iuuz school term of the Pendle
ton Academy and the commencement
exercises will be held in the Frazer
opera house during tho evening.
t-IiIh Is tho seventh annual com
mencoment and closes tho most buc
cessful year of Its history. our
young ladies are to graduate at the
end of this term, the blisses Dello
Beagle, Myrtle Hawks, Theresa
Porter and Ruby Whittemore.
The baccalaureate sermon will bo
delivered at tho Presbyterian church
by Rev F. L. Forbes, head of the
academy, next Sunday, May 25, be
diming at 8 p. m., and tho clasa
recention will be hold on Mrs. C. A,
Turner's lawn, Saturday, May 31,
from 8 to 10 p. m. Tho clnss colore
aro pink and green. The flower,
nlnk and carnation.
Following Is the program for the
Prayer Rev. R. L. Diven.
plfiSBay "The Drift of the Ages,"
Essay "The Golden Mean,"
Throssa Porter. ' . .
Essay "The Beauty of the Clas
sics," Ruby Whittemore.
Class Prophecy Myrtle Hawks.
Presentation of Diplomas Lot
Livermore, president of the board.
Wfi Vintla !- .
Couldn't Say Her Prayers,
A girl convicted of stealing a
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lining linn bin in tin an Tvttiaf anmr.. 1 . . . 0 1U
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thrt t-'illl ttnnrtn " U111T
the full five years.
Cents a Day.
We have accepted the agency for the celebrated
.tj.uu uuvujusfc receiveu a complete line Of these irnmlii nil .Jf
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We are headquarters for anything la Dress CJoods, Clothlnr
. Notions. HnR. Ttnnko I a.!). ri i r-
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Shoes, Notions, Hots, Trunks, Ladle and Dents Furnishing fbS
vuuic ailU OCC KJOm
THE LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
H. Carl, From Meacham, Taken to
Asylum at Salem.
Deputy Sheriff C. P. ravi 1
"II .... ' .
i ia moralBe for Salom
wuu xi. uan, who was nditidPfirt in.
sane by Dr. D. J. McFaul nmi nH..
cu i-uuJinuiea 10 tno asylum by Coun
ty Judge Hartman Tuesiiav nvnin'
Carl is the man brought Hnw tJ.
Meacham by Deputy D. Turner Tues
day morning. Ho is 32 years of age
u iwir iuij, sanay complexion, iu
r nd has a homicidal
mania. His mind is un nitnotA .f
he imagines that ho has enemies who
are trying to kill him. He claims tt,
have been shot twlco through thu
head, onco in the face and onco in
tho back and says that his nimii ).
been cracked, but tho physician
could find no traco of his over ha.
ing been Injured. Ho says that his
family had "been ldlled by enemies.
We have them in
60c to $(.50
ones, beauties, at Cents
A nice line, either calf, .
red or patent leather
Prices range from
75c to $2.00
We have too many TRIMMED HATS, so" make prices to
This givos the ladies a chance to get A STYLISH
HAT CHEAP at the height of the season.
Darlings ! !
Mothers, take themj
out and let them enjoy,.
hr 4nnhi' nil" O Tlfl flHllilf
ureezes. Ynn'ii fi 1 r .r thv arc
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ohukiv butuen in nno nf ri. oner hnni-ns or
xu matter wnat vnn m hnv a enpna lancv 101 m"r
m r , - j j -- - -x - a -
uBgy ur go-cart,. we can suit you. jum wu":,rr ' t;
.uun, we are proud ot our stock and Know you m - -
wroua ot nnp of w .
M. A. RADER.
THE PROGRESSIVE FURNITURE DEALER J
Main and Webb Streets
Pendleton, Orego. $
HOGS, HORSES. POULTRY
wm iui iiuiNi'H Hiin rarr a 1 no aai 1 nnani 1 in tw-d .
f a... IT . m AAMHWM WA - ,L aAl i
"-ure lor Milch enwo p..h. ( a aA nmVs. maT
SEED SPELTZ ig t&
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
Hay. Grain and Feed.
17 nd ijjg East Alta Street. - - reAk"