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MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1902.
RUSTLING FOR STATE FAIR
COUNTRY IN ITS INTERESTS
They are Visiting all the Counties of
the State and are Anxious to Have
Each Well Represented.
M. D. Wisdom, secretary, and Tv".
H. "Wenrung, president of the state
lair association, will Bhortly visit
"Umatilla county In the Interests of
the big exposition and fair which
they represent. Last week they were
travelling through Jackson county
and from there they will continue
through the other counties of the
atate, with a view to interesting each
in making a good exhibit at the
Speaking to the press regarding
the fair and transportation facilities
which will bo available for those
who wish to either exhibit at or
visit the fair, Mr. Wisdom said:
"W. E. Coman assures ub that the
Southern Pacific will do everything
In its power to assist the fair. It
will give free transportation for ex
TUbits from every point touched by
its lines. The O. R. & N. will do the
.same for eastern Oregon.
The premium list for the state
fair this year," continued Mr. Wis
dom, "amounts to $10,000, and is now
In the hands of the state printer.
This, of course, does not include the
parses for the horse races. The cir
cuit for the latter is arranged with
low rates for transportation and
meeting places so that horsemen get
tha benefit of a complete circuit in
Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
The livestock display will be bet
ter than last year and exhibitors
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binw what that means. The fair
Tnnnaeement has secured the services
of two eminent live Btock judges
Professor Carlyle of Wisconsin, wno
will judge the dairy breeds of cattle,
nr.il N. H. Jentrv. of Missouri, who
will judge the beef breeds and fancy
swine. Both men have a national re
putation in their respective lines and
their services come high, which Is
one of the best evidences of the Im
portant character of the annual live
stock exhibit at the state fair. In
fact Oregon is coming to the front
in having produced some of the best
bred livestock In the union, and it
devolved unon the fair management
to meet this condition by getting
judges whose experience ana compe
tsnnv rnnnnt he nuestioned."
Both the president and secretary
aro very anxious that soutnern Ore
gon counties will make a good show
ing this year. They visited the
board of trades and leading citizens
in Medford, JLshland, Grant's Pass,
Phoenix, Central Point, Jacksonville,
Gold Hill and other important places
in Jackson and Josephine counties.
They will employ the same methods
In their tour of the Btate. Their plan
for the county exhibit, as explained
to leading citizens, is to have the
boards of trade of the various towns
agree to appropriate a small sum of
money and select a man at large to
get up the county exhibit. This plan
has the advantage of making one
man responsible for the exhibit and
eliminates local jealousy of rival
towns. The idea is to make the ex
hibits representative of each coun
ONE WAY TO MINE.
Woman Who Had Property Located
for Her, Sells atGood Figure.
A South Carolina woman has
struck it rich in the Thunder Moun
tain country. Last winter a woman
wrote to the Dewey mine asking if
the company would locate her a claim
in the widely known Thunder moun
tain region. The letter fell into the
hands of Thomas D. Babbitt, super
intendent of the mine. He and some
of the other miners located the wo
man a claim and did the assessment
work. The mine was located for Mrs.
S. C. Smith, of Spartansburg, S. C,
and the papers were sent to her. She
recently received a cash offer or si,.
000 for the claim and she has agreed
to accept the offer, but in replying to
the parties offering to buy she told
them her name was not Mrs. S. C,
Smith, but N. C. Shockley. She ex
plained that in order to keep ac
qualntances from criticising in case
they found out what Bhe had done,
she used the fictitious name to hide
her identity. Now she is highly elat
ed over her streak of luck and it is
likely that she will make out a deed
f r the property to the man wanting
Fnr Rain Cheanl
One IR-foot combined harvester.
One 14-foot steel frame header. One
mower and rake. For particulars ad
dress or inquire of R. Laing, Pendle
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. SHOE COMPANY
645 Main. St
Roscoe Wilson is in town from
Joe and J. E. Ott are in town from
J. J. Cameron was in town Sunday
J. H. Roulstone is registered at Ho
Vfloo n Knnr nf Weston, is Vis-
lting friends In town.
F. C. Nolf expects to leave lonigai
for Portland on . business.
C. E. Roosevelt has returned from
a business trip to Spokane.
Will Coleman and F. R. Oldes are
in town from Walla Walla.
Miss Margaret Whittemore is vis
iting friends in Walla Walla.
George Minger has returned from a
trip into the Lewiston country.
Conrad Platzoeder and J. P. Mead
ernach left Sunday for Lewlston.
Dr. J. E. Shields, of Portland, is
visiting his parents at Pilot Rock.
F. C. Hindle, a prominent business,
man of Dayton, was in town Sunday.
A. W. Nye has returned from a
two weeks' recreation trip in the
Miss Florence Adams has returned
from North Yakima, where she visit
Professor E. B. Conklin and wife
have gone to Union to spend the sum
mer with Mr. Conklin's relatives.
Henry J. Adams, of Grant's Pass,
was in town Saturday on his way
from Meacham, where he had been on
Frank Standish, of Billings, is in
town. He is looking for wheat or
fruit land and is well pleased with
W. C. Davis, a farmer of Indepen
dence, was in town Saturday. He
says the hop crop in the valley is
above the average.
Deputy Sheriff C. P. Davis is again
on duty at the court house after hav
ing been laid off a week on account
J-eon Ferguson, brother of Charles
J. Ferguson, passed through town
Saturday night on his way to Hot
Lake. Mr. Ferguson is suffering
Mrs. W. F. Matlock left this morn
ing for Athena to visit her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Swaggart She is go
ing to bring them back with her to
make their home here.
D. M. Arnold, an old friend of Chas.
A Marsh, arrived in town today from
Cheyenne. His wife is now in Port'
land and will arrive tomorrow. They
will make their home in Pendleton.
Miss Josephine Nixon, of Dayton,
was the guest of friends in Pendleton
Saturday night on her way to her
home in Waitsburg, from Kalamazoo,
Mich., where she has been attending
Mrs. Wm. A. Noble and Grant
Horn are at Pearl, Idaho, where
they attended the funeral and burial
of their sister, Mrs. W. P. Warner,
who was murdered Friday by hei
brother-in-law, William Kissinger.
Jas. P. Whittemore, who has spent
the past year in Milton with Mrs.
Overturf, has returned to Pendleton.
Mr. Whittemore 1b parailzed and
able to be around only in an inva
Miss Claire Moussu, local manager
of the Pacific States Telephone Com
pany, in Pendleton, has returned
from a visit to friends in the east
end of the county. Miss Adelle Mous
su was manager pro-tem during her
Miss Grace Beagle is carrying her
left arm in a sling as a result of an
operation, juiss ueagie injured a
blood vessel in the wrist several
years ago and it bothered her until
she was compelled to submit to an
Miss Mable Nye left this morning
for Portland, where she will visit
friends a few days. From there she
will go to Tacoma and spend the sum
mer with relatives and friends. She
may make a trip to the Klondike this
Miss Grace Lindsay, of Boise, and
brother. "Kit" Lindsav. of Pnrtlnnd
are spending the day In the city, the
guests or Mr. ana Mrs. Charles For
guson, Miss Eflle Jean Frazler and
Walter M. Pierce has been eonfln
ed to his home in East Pendleton for
several davs on account of alrknpin
His condition is somewhat Imnrnvnil
at this time and he may be able to
attend to business in a day or so.
Dr. J. R. Spongle, who formerly
practiced in Athena, has returner?
from the east where ho finished a
course in the New York dental school
and the University of Pennsylvania
dental department He Is looking for
J. .B. Kennedy and son, C. F. Ken
nedy, have returned from two week'
stay at Lehman Springs. They re
port having ihad a good time catch'
ing the speckled beauties. "It was
no trouble to get out and catch the
limit Jb one day." said C. F. Kennn-
dy Sunday. They say CO people are
bow enjoying the mountain breezes
at the springs.
LEAGUE IS FORMED
been played on the local diamond,
was the remark of many who witnes
sed the game Sunday between Zieg
lers Wonders and Brown's Colts. It
was a shut-out game the Co lis win
ning by a score of C to 0, but both
sides played pretty good ball.
Ziegler's team went to Jiat tort
but no tally was made. The Colts
followed and Brown hit a two-baggor,
Clemens hit a three-bagger, bringing
Brown homo but in attempting to
come home on a ground scufller was
cut off at the home plate by Fay
from short; Stovall went to first . and
stole second and third. Wilner
brought Stovall home. Schmidt was
i -inf tn steal second and
mit uui iu i.j.-o
Dupuis went oui in uvuiyb
make first .
t v. nrr,A innlnc. Cronin. leg
1U lilt -" - . ,
ler and Maskrey were put out in
short order. Here was me om
satlonal play made during the game
r7ij,. Mt n nnn-un and Brown maue
a sensational run and caught it near
the bleachers. This caicn urouKm
j oii,iionpp. Brown's colts
were quickly retired, no man getting
further than second.
t hA tMwi Innlni;. Wilner. for the
Wonders, was put out on a fly to
second, Fay went out on a m .
o,r? Tntnm out on a foul fly.
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Welch then took the stick for the
Colts and was put out by tne caicner
on a short bunt, Brown on a fly to
r-ur-t nn.l nlnmnna hit a fly to Mas-
krey who opened his mit and let the
hqrsehide fall into it.
Tim fli-cf mnn to cet a base on
balls was Barlow for the Wonders,
in the fourth. Hartman loiioweu anu
got safe to first on an error 01 nrai
baseman and stole second on the
Rhea hit a fly to Clem
ens at short who took it in out of the
weather and Barlow was caught nap
ping at third and put out, while Cro
nin went out on a ny. aiovau, iur
t, nnit hit fi nrottv fly to center
but It was taken in by Cronin
Schmidt hit a grounder and was put
out by the pitcher, Dupuis got to flrst
but Ulrich fanned.
In the fifth, Ziegler, for the -wonders,
hit a foul which was caught by
rcrnwn Mnsfcrpv hit to center and
was caught out by Fletcher; Wilner
went to flrst on balls anu ry weni
nut nn n jrrounder to second. The
Colts went out with O'Hara on a fly
the short, Fletcher a grounder re
Mnstrpv. who cut him off at first and
Welch "was put out by a grounder to
Tatom went up for the Wonders
in the sixth and did not reach first,
Barlow hit to the catcher who out
ran him to first and Hartman was
nsincM hv a flv on third. At this
point Wilner, who had been pitching
for the Wonders was tanen out 01 tne
box and "Slats" Taylor took his
place. Brown, for the Colts, went to
bat and hit a swift grounder down
by the third baseman and went to
third on it, Clemens took a base on
balls and stole second. Here Brown
attempted to steal home and was
caught between Ziegler and Rhce
and for a few minutes it looked as
If he would go out, but Rhea drop
ped the ball and Brown got back to
third. Clemens brought Brown home
and made a tally himself. He was
followed by Stovall who hit a three
bagger and Schmidt brought him
home and went out at first. Dupuis
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-wont to first and Ulrica hit a iy tc,
Maskrey who droppeu it, bui iwpuig
stayed on flrst and Ulrich -was out,
while O'Harra hit a fly to center and
wont out Rhea, for the 'Wonders,'
went to flrst Hays got out on a tip,
Ziegler out by a grounder to second
and Maskrey hit to the pitcher -who
put him out '
Fletcher wont up in the seventh for
the Colts and was put out by a Up
to pitcher, Welch followed suit and
Brown hit what ought to have been
a single but went to third on errors.
Clomens fanned. Taylor, for the
Wonders, wont out on a fly to short,
Fay fanned and Tatom went out try
ing to reach flrst on a Up.
Stovall, for the Colts, in the eighth
hit a three-bagger, Schmidt went to
flrst on a fly and Stovall came home
making tboir six tallies. Dupuis -went
out on a fly to pitcher and Ulrich
wont out on a Up foul. O'Harra -wont
out on a fly to left field. For
the Wonders Barlow got the first bag
on balls, Hartman hit a fly to second
besoman and was put out, Rhea got
to flrst and Dupuis went to third,
Hays. out on a fly and Ziegler was
put out on a short fly to flrst
This ended tho game -with a string
nf iinrrt boiled coose eggs staring the
Wonders in the face and tho Colts
exultant over their victory.
nimnlR nltched an excellent game
for the Colts, as will be seen by the
number of hits on mov
Alexander's Team Won. '
Tn tho forenoon Sunday Roy Alex-
baseball team arried away
another victory .for themselves by
winning a game from the woolen
mills team with a Bcore of 10 to 0.
Organized a Band.
Pendleton once more has a brass
band, a number of amateur and pro
fessional musicians of this city hav
ing organized last week under the
directorship of Professor Kirkman.
The members of the new organization
are all experienced players and it is
their intention to keep the standard
of .the band up to the high pitch. The
Instrumentation is small and will be
kept so, the members believing that
it is best to have but few pieces well
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Big Special Sale
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
SATURDAY AND MOWUA1
Joly 28th and 30th
we wm KnocK down tne prices, xou are mvitea w i pn
to pick up the bargains.
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