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BRING IN THE BABIES AMD CHILDREN
"We will delight them and plea.te you with the price.
Never, no never in the history of Pendleton -was there shown
Buoh a beautiful line of
Children's and Babies' Shoes
than we have just received. Our new arrival includes
Patent leather vamps with white, pink and blue tops; ox
blood, inlaid with black; black kid with mat Md trimmings,
and black Md with pnrple trimmings.
To be appreciated they must 'be seen.
THURSDAY, JUKE 12, 1902
THE TriENA NEIGHBORHOOD
JACK MORAN SUSTAINS
FRACTURE OF RIGHT ARM
Wrs. I Hodgens Falls in a Faint
With Her Baby in Her Arms Hen
ry Lloyd and Miss Nelson to Marry
Gus Bushman Falls Under a Gang
Plow and His Leg Is Broken.
Athena, June 11. T. J. Kirk and
"William Parker are in attendance at
the Masonic grand lodge in session att
Portland this week.
Sheriff Blakley was here on official
Jack Moran suffered a painful frac
ture of the right arm Sunday evening
by his horse falling while he was
Mrs. Ralph Black, wife of Third
Baseman Black, of the Yellow Kids.
arrivAd here Sunday morning from
her home in Portland.
David Williams, of the Pacific
Coast Elevator Company, returned
home Tuesday from a few days' visit !
srlth friends at "Walla "Walla.
"William McBride is in Portland,
serving on the United States grand
James Swartr, oL La Grande, visit
ed his brother, Jack Swartz, here
Tuesday. He and his bride left for
Portland on a brief wedding trip.
Bob Estes was a visitor here Tues
day, leaving in the evening for linn.
"Wash., where he Iz engaged in busi
ness. Mrs. Sam Booker has returned
from "Walla "Walla, where she went
for treatment, much improved in
Amateur and Professional
will iind it to their advan
tage to call on us for their
.supplies. We. have the
largest and best selected
stock fn Pendleton. You
will obtain the best re
sults with your work if
you use material pur
chased of us, and you
will be money ahead,
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND mower and rake. For particulars ad
dress or inquire of R. Lalng, Fenole
STATIONERS ton, Oregon.
In Colt Skin, Oalf Skin and Vici Kid,
both Lace and Congress; all style toes.
Wear like iron.
THE PENDLETON SHOE COMPANY
Phone Red t26
JRrfflg Yor Shoes to C. BERQUIST, the Shoemaker,
and have them repaired, Sty With ftUMM Nto Cwpuy.
Wilson & Co. BX
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O. At-,. 1 UnJnann foil 1 n
faint on the sidewalk. At the Ume she
lell she had hbr baby Jn Tier arms,
which had a severe fall, but escaped
without serious lnjurv.
Miss B. Phillips, of Jacksonville
, one of the teachers in the pub
school of that citv. arrived here
Tuesdav mornins to spend her vaca -
tion visiting relatives, the families of
James and "W. H. H. Scott
The announcement is made that
there will be a game of ball here Fri-
day between Everett and the Yellow
The Yellow Kids go to "Walla "Walla'
to play ball on the 4th. 5th and 6th i Wednesdar evening from Eugene
of July. Next Saturday the sharp-1 where shfeJ aauatpd f rom the ttatt '
shooters wiU be here to play theu, e Z1 lTOm tae statt j
Yellow Kids. normal. i
E. A. Brotherton and family of Van- L B- Reeder eft this moving for;
sycle passed through town this morn-'
ing on their way to Bingham Springs ;
where they will camp during the
Thomas Purdy, son of Samuel Pur-1
dy of Athena, is spending a few days I
with his father, prior to going to!
Portland to take a position with an!
implement house. j
Cards are out announcing the wed-
ding of Miss Effie Nelson and Henry !
Uoyd, at the bride's home, near
Havana station, on Monday, the 17th '
instant Miss Nelson formerly resid
ed here and has many friends among (
peujjit: ot jiuiena WUU
wish her much happiness. Mr. Uoyd: Ge0rge Foley, who has been em-'
is a youhg business man of Milton , plored at the PendIeton woolen mills,1
Gus Bushman, while plowing on is Buffering from blood poisoning
the Bell place Tuesday afternoon icaused bv BUcking a knife in an inno-
lost control of his team while turn- cent looking carbuncle on his finger i
ing a corner, fell under the plow . T, . T ,r , TT
sustaining a fracture of the leg at! ,.DTC ll' "cwuw-
the knee joint "f S"' 5'Apran Jere
flf 'IS H1 f end 6t0n f eiT
Wi Celebrate. IJSrS ST
Dick and R. N. Adams and J. A. j normal at Weston.
Hubbard, who were in Pendletonl n;i- ' a -r.. !
of McKay creek, 20 miles from Pen-'
dleton, stated that the citizens of that '
tterourfh Tnf TnirUft to ceieorate'
thP fork a h "JUU ut
tne forks. A fine literary program
will be prepared for the occasion and 1
a pavihon and dancing platform '
erected so that all kinds of JnTTi
be eniovPH thnc. JLTTZ .
tracK is being Drenared. ThP
festiviUes will begin on the 3d and
last until the evening of the 5th.
Will to Be Probated.
A petition was filed at the court
house Wednesday in the matter of
the estate of William Brown, deceas
ed, asking that E. D. Boyd be appoint
ed executor of the estate for the
heirs, without bonds. Mr. Brown was
a resident of the Juniper country an.fi
leaves an estate valued at between
$-1000 and $5000.
For Sale Cheap!
One lS-foot combined harvester.
One 14-foot steel frame header. One
645 Main St
See tS- Tl:tlAo bridge, on the 0. JL ft N and
PERSONAL MENTION. j
French is in town from Gur-j
John Keppeilger is ill at the Sls-
n T?n.orc fc nt Tfntfl SL fJeorce
Frcnk Hardman is ill with fever at
the Sisters' hospljal.
C. D. Drake ha"s returned from a
visit to "Walla "Walla.
Luke Hawley left this morning for
Portland to spend a week.
VT. T. Campbell and J. "W. Beckett,
of Heppner, are in town.
Jacob Bets, the brewery king
"Walla "Walla, arrived in town
F. M. Canfiold, W. H. Gay and J. J.
Adkias. of Heppner, are at the Gol-
don Rule hotel
oen j.uie noioi.
T. C. Taylor left this morning foi
! Portland to attend the meeting of the
,.ito draw up an orammt iu c
, ,air- ae""' ""u I
e?,f " ,s ieiM X
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be ill with diphtheria
Mrs. Jesse S. Vert has returned
-wrs- Jesse s- uas remrneu
frm Portland, where she attended a
meeting of the Eastern Star.
! Dr. "Wkitaker left this morning for .
: the Olynipia Mountains to spend a
couple qf months hunting and fishing. ,
Jas. H. Estes' new residence, on i
Stonewall Jackson street, between ;
1 Court and Lewis, is nearing comple-1
,.', XAa tnrnltA hnm, !
" l"u lo feuu lue uuu.uauuu ,
i erases at the state normal this af
Edgar Thompson, Otto Gibson and ,
Fred Wilson are spending a few days i
hunting and fishing in the vicinity of s
H. E. Collier and bride arrived in j
Pendleton Wednesday evening from
Portland, where they were married;
a few days ago. j to purchase an additional hose cart
Mrs. J. D. Slater James and Willlfor the citJ" and t0 p,ace tne ol(1 fire
Neil, who have been visiting, rela-
'tives in Pendleton returned to their
home in La Grande Wednesday even-'Tnis
mnnti - Q
Dr. Blalock for several
He is much improved in!
health and says that he is all right
now- is going into the hills to re-
main several weeks.
i x n.i.o a ,
, t & antS, aml George W- Jones
e 1 .ornlaS for Washington to
Ke positions as track walkers and
Mr, Banks will be near Utarbuck.
Sam White is in town from Free
water. He says that Freewater is
forging to the front at a rapid rate
and he looks for it to outrival its
neighbors before many years. The
citizens of Freewater are alive to the I
interests of their town and will stop
short of nothing to further its!
growth and upbuilding.
Conductor William Shults and wife
arrived in town Wednesday evening
from Spokane afld Mrs. Shults will
vist for several weeks with her pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Nye. Mr
Shults has resigned his position as
conductor on the O. R. & N. out of
Slokane and is no won his wav to
Salt Lake, where he goes to locate. I
He will take a similar position there.!
W. K. Foster, o Hutchingson, Re-'
no county, Kansas, la in Pendleton'
for the purpose of "looking over thei
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country wnn me view oi locating i
and investing "a small bunch" of
money in realty. From what he has,
seen he says the country is all right'
He Is particularly interested in wheat;
lands and comes here because he has
heard of Umatilla's famous wheat
Portland Journal: Mr. and Mrs. J
V. Tallman, Miss Tallman and Master
Folsom Tallman of Pendleton arc
guests of Mrs. Tallman's sister, Mrs.
J. H. Franz and will be here several
days, visiting Astoria and Oregon
City before returning home. Mr
Tallman is the senior partner of the
Tallman Drug Company of Pendle
ton, one of the strongest retail firms
in Eastern Oregon.
T. W. Jackson, who has been run
ning as a brakeman on the O. R. &
N. between Pendleton and Portland,
has been transferred to the other end
of the line and is now running be
tween here and Spokane. The change
was made because of Mra. Jackson's
health, they thinking that the dryer
climatic conditions at Spokane would
be better for her than Portland. E.
H. Burke takes Mr. Jackson's run
to Portland and back.
The Hood Jtlvor strawberry crop is
said to be the largest in years.
! MELLMANN-ROMO APPLICATION
' DCCnnP THE COUNUIU
Matter Referred to Street Committee
Ordinance to Regulate Chickens
Discussed and Several Bills Paid.
The citv dads met "Wednesday
nicbt in regular session and transact
ed city business which had not been
cnvnrnl weeks. All th
oflconncllnien wore present except T. a.
this ' "Wells. .
The. application of Mellmann and
Romo. of elec We ,,wny
j franchise to build and an
electric road on our streets was re
re 1 tton.
ttofney was instructed
Tim llfV ailOmej
sidered at the next nweuus :
, regulaUon of chickens in the city Urn ! ,
Jts A noa, OI tilll,ia
' v,I mnflo rorentlv about chickens
neen mane recenuy auum
nnu,ine at large and the council has , g
concluded to follow in the wake of ; f
other cities and pnss an ordinance h
forbidding owners of fowls trom iei i
ting them run. at large at ceruun
times of the season,
Bids of the Thompson Hardware
Company and the Boston Hose &
Rubber Company for supplying thi
fire department with 1600 feet of new i
se- .ere I"s"f"!d to nurche
committee authorized to Purchase
S00 Teet from each company. This is
to be paid for after the hose is test
ed antl al, faulty lengths replaced.
Tne rep0rt of A. K. Hoimes, wuc
experted the city's books, was pre
seated and everything was found tc ,
The matter of extending the Cour i
street sewer to drain into the .Wal ;
ters mill race, was referred to a com !
mittee consisting of Mayor Haile
Counoilmen Clopton and Johnson.
The fire committee was authorizet
engine with Temple : Hcox, auth .
onzing tnoni to dispose ot it at mui
engine is not used since the
jjicaauie tit, put iu uuu o
the ore- ,f dn,g on town; , 4
t "ar Mconses were granted to
;ntone Nolte; Foser & MrUrtjri j
Momeuh & Howard aad F- J- Bacon.,
The actions of recorder and ,
mayor in drawing warrants for fixed;
salaries and of Councilmen Hartman
ad Clopton in making a loan of -$2,
000 to Mossie & Sons out of the sink
Brock & McComas. S"3Sr PphHIa-
Water Works, $200; Frank
S ' r
It Will Be
for j'ou if you dress your
$2.50 TO $3.50
$1.50 TO $3.50
75 CENTS TO $1.50
SLIPPERS FOR THE BABIES
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CALL FOB COUNTY WARS&NTS.
All Umatilla county warrant leriiterorf in
January and February, avo wilTS 'SjJ it
my office at the court bouwupoa prnutioa
resaieton, Oregon, June 10. itea.
B. XL. YATW
Ttmaunr el DaaUUs Oeusly.
Day, V, T. T. Nelson, $3.05;
Pendleton Planing Mills, $4.75; Wal-
' ter "Wells, $223.35; P. E. L. & P. Co.
$296; Eaat Oregonian, sn; u. a. war
ne, $1; Ervln & uaKer, si; unarics
, Be'ale, $2; B. S. Waffle, $1; John
Gosh, ?; benrawz urcuueu, ji;
JOlia aubiv, f-y
Richard Smith, $20; F, B. Fitch, $14;
J. W. Maynard, $4; J. C. Mathney, $2;
R. Alexander, $1C50; T. C. Taylor
On July 30 and August 4 for pas
sage by steamer from Portland and
on August G. 7 and S by- rail, the O.
R. & N. will sell tickets Pendleton
to San Francisco and return at $26.85
via steamer or $31.S5 via rail. Call Also n.. .. J
nt the O. R.
& N. tir.;et cii'ce for fuil
Excursion to Denver.
The O. R. & N. Co. will sell
through tickets to Denver and return
on June 22 and 23 ,at $12.00. Tickets
good until July 31.
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u iwvc juai ici.mvcu uireqi irom, the manufa;
The Nobbiest and Prettiest Line of Gents'
ever shown in Pendleton
All styles and prices,
to our order.
Come and look them over if
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
We have too many TRIMMED HATS,so "make jrasj
This gives the ladies a chance to get A STUB
HAT CHEAP at the height of the season.
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