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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1902)
LOW shoes of HIGH
Oxfords in patent Ideal kid,
Corona Colt, in southern tie.
Dull kangaroo colonials, dull buckle the very latest
Tan Oxfords, cheaper than ever offered, in Pendleton
A look at these Oxfords will convince jou that they are just right
TUESDAY, JULY, 15, 1902.
" WEARY WILLIES " WANDER
MANY ARE REPORTED AT
WALLULA AND HUNT8.
TThey Are Breaking for the Harvest
Fields and Are Beating Their Way
on the Trains.
Hoboes are reported a nuisance in
the 'Wallula country. Other seasons
have been bad. but they could not
compare with this for Weary Willies
Jn "Wallula and Hunt's Junction
Just now, however, a majority of the
so-called tramps are harvesters
breaking Into the harvest fields. A
great many of these are broke and
beating their way over the country
to get to where they can secure
It is no uncommon thing to see
from a dozen to 20 "fare-beaters" on
one train coming out of Wallula to
ward Pendleton or Walla Walla.
They perch themselves on top of
box cars, on the brake beams or hide
away inside of empty- cars. Train
men frequently have trouble with
the migrating herds and usually have
to let the hoboes have their own
way on their travels.
They come from all directions and
get "ditched" at Wallula. Then it is
hurry scurry to get out on the first
freight or passenger that comes
along, for not even the Weary Wll
Jies like to stay in Wallula. At
night camp fires can be seen in every
direction where they are camped.
Sometimes two or three dozen hustle
around one camp fire and make
their., coffee in old tin cans which
Save "been cast aside by the house-
wife. Considering this condition, lit
tie stealinir nr Ta--.f-"
ntnj 4. ,"
wjo wuu j n, out every
one is on the lookout for somctulng
to be taken.
There are few Or the genuine Wea
ry Willie types in Pendleton, al
though some of them have hit the
1 uvUiCIJdNi'HB r.aawu
IS NOT CONSIDERED
by us in buying drugs; hence
we get the best. Careful
graduates fill your prescrip
tions. We have built up a
large patronage because we
are exact in filling the doc
tor's orders. We never sub
stitute. We would be pleased
to have your prescriptions.
TALLINN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
pr mnrvrg mnnmr wvm 8 svvvisvTrvvvTt v s
Union Made Shoes
.Made Honestly and Sold at an
Each Pair Bears
Phone Red 126
UMitmimrmtatt mnmtutititit )
Vkwk CUm work and beat material wmd by C. BERQUIST
tfce SfcMmalcer, Stop With PudktM SI Cwptiy.
LOW prices g
in lace and button
Wilson & Co.
town, but they fight shy of the po-
This type of people havo not been
treated with the best courtesy by
our officers and aro not desirous of
running up against them more than
thoy can help. A few weeks of
bread and water diet will euro the
rankest old Willie of his desire to
visit Pendleton, and if this does not
do they get a few days working on
Dust Storm Stirred Things Here or
For about two hours, beginning at
4:30 Monday evening, real estate
moved as lively in Pendleton as it
has for many a day. The real estate
men were not to blame for the move
About 4:30 the wind began to blow
and for two hours it was dangerous
for one to stick his head from under
cover for fear of being hit in the
eye witn a small pebble, it was
impossible to see half the length of
Main street part of the time and the
dust rolled up the valley by the ton.
Little damage has been reported
from the effects of the wind other
than to the feelings of the house
wife, who was kept busy several
hours getting the dust out of the
house after the wind subsided. A
few largo shade trees were demol
ished in town and awnings suffered.
In the country some damage was
done. Muir Bros', cook wagon, eight
miles south of here, where thoy are
running their combined harvester,
blew over and completely demolish
Supper was almost ready and the
cuiciuitrs tvue uu luiucu uui uu but;
ground, tho stove, dishes add house
eatables were all turned out on the
urouen up consiaeraniy, Tuey were
compelled to send to town for a
fresh supply of grub and dishes ha-
fore they could feed their crew.
medical Men" to meet.
Tomorrow the medical men of Or
egon will meet in their regular an.
nual session at Hot Lake, and will
devote the day to discussion of vari
ous matters of interest to their fra
ternity. The occasion is the regular annu
al meeting of the Eastern Oregon
Medical Association, and the pro
gram which ihs been issued is a va
ried and interesting one.
Tho various subjects have been as
signed to men who aro thoroughly
competent to handle them, and the
discussion of the essays by equally
competent physicians will be not the
least Interesting feature of the meet
ing. A large attendance is expected,
and a number of the medical frater
nity of this city intend going over
to the session.
A unique character was on the
streets of Pendleton, today in the
person of Morralla, tho big Turkish
wrestler, who goes by tho name of
tho Terrible Turk. Ho has been at
Walla Walla recently giving exhlbl
Baseball, Pendleton vs. La Grande,
July 17, 18, 19 and 20.
the Union Label
645 Main St
NEWS OF T
then passed tho ball to first in the
nick of time, to catch tho batter.
Another pretty play was Wllner's
throw from right field of an appar
ently safe hit, which ho fielded in
tlmo to put out tho batsman. This
is a most unusual play.
Walla Walla Is going to reorganize
h9r teani. Thoy aro evidently bulioV
ers In the old adage that "a stitch In
time paves nine," in that city.
Tho Official Rooters held a war
dance and pow-wow when the Indi
ans returned from Baker and there
was a hot time, etc.
No Six-Team League.
It has been practically decided by
tho present members of tho Inland
Empire League, that the league shall
be kept to the four teams at present
in the combination, as upon consid
eration of the application put iff by
Boise, Idaho, for membership to pair
with Dayton, it was thought that
Boise was too far away from the
other towns in the league to make
tho scheme of taking that city in a
Boise is 147 miles from Baker City
the extreme eastern city of tho
league, and that would put It such
a distance from the other three
towns of the league that it would be
Impossible to arrange a satisfactory
schedule of games as time would be
occupied in traveling which Is not
necessary under the -present four
Both Dayton and Boise are anx
ious and willing to come in, but thoy
will probably be barred by tho law
Portland, July 13. Portland,
July 13. Spokane, 5;
July 13. Seattle, 10;
n PLUCKY PLAYER.
Tom Parrott Made Wlnnina Run
After He Was Out of His Head.
Tom Parrott, better known
throughout this section where he
played ball for several seasons, as
'Tacks" Parrott, went insane dur
ing a game at San Francisco recent
ly. It was this way. Parrott knock
ed a two-bagger to center field and
was caught between bases trying to
While he was fiddling
ana luumng iC all CPSHiue, tuQ sec
ond baseman threw high and the
man on third bag jumped for the
Parrott slid under and tho paoeman
came d.Cn on his hQad and neck
wlth. hm spiked shoes, grinding into
the flesh, in a fearful manner. Par
rott scored the only run made on
either side during the game and then
went to the bench, where he collaps
ed. When tho time camo to take tho
field ho had to he led to his position
In right field, but when there could
do nothing more than stand with his
hands on his knees, weaving back
and forth and muttering to himself.
When a man was sent out to bring
him off the field he was found to be
out of his head.
J. B. Saylor Is -In town from Echo.
W. H. Babb, a stock man "of Echo
is at the St. George.
A. D. Stlllman has returned from
a business trip to Portland.
W. F. Courtney, a prominent Walla
Walla pioneer, was in town Monday
S. R. Thompson, of tho Thompson
Hardware Company, Is in Helix to
day on business.
Miss EfHo Jean Frazier left this
morning for Portland to spend a few
weeks visiting friends.
E. D. Stlllman has gone to Yreka,
Cal., where ne will spend a few
weeks visiting "friends.
J. J. Balleray loft Monday evening
ior uoise uity to bo absent several
days on a business trip.
Tho Milton visitors to Pendleton
Monday, were H. A. Banister, H. L,
Frazier and J. S. Vinson.
Deputy U. S- Marshal Albert Rob
erta is in town from Portland. He
is looking after the business of Uncle
Miss Mable Jones, who has hAn
visiting friends In Pendleton, left
mis morning ior teer homo in Walla
Lawton standard: Ed O. Allnn nr.
rived In town Tuesday from Pendle.
ton, .to spend a few days rusticating
in our mountains.
Mrs. J., A. Bone and daughter
Miss Fanchon, have gone to Fairba
vea and other points on the Sound
to spena me summer-.
Mrs. T. Whitehead left this mom.
Ing (or her home at Corvallls, after
upoHuing a xew nays with her broth
er, Hank Wells, in this city.
F. W. Palno and daughter, Miss
Josephine, of Walla Walla, were
guests of Hotel Pendleton Monday
night ob their way to Portland.
Mrs. Dan Bowman and family, arc
in town today from uppor juciuiy
creek. Thoy say tho wind did lltUo
damago along tho route irom uieir
homo to Poudloton.
Mrs. M. A. Murchlo, mother of Mrs.
Arthur L. Knight, and grauumothor
ni- miss Mvrtlo Murcnlo. armed to
,mv jroiu Yauima. and will Bpoud a
10 wduys visiting hero.
rjunoral Manager Josoph McCabe,
nr Mm W. & 0. It. Hue, is In town,
He cume by way of tho high 1'no and
navs little damage was done wheat
pytwOcu hero and tho river.
Tii flrnudo Chronicle: J. A. Gallo
wuv. who nas been employed iu U10
Alliance llourlug mill lor tho past
tuieo years, luit tor Pendleton this
morning, wnuio ho goes to accept a
position in. uoioaiuis planing win
TO CONSIDEK FRANCHISE.
wommibsiutiuis viu Meet Vitu ivlell
mann This Evening.
II. Mellmau, tho electric railroad
promoter, who arrived in town this
morning from Portland, came horc
with the intention of closing up tho
deal with tho county officials iu re
gard to the franchise, but nothing
nas been done up to the timo of go
Ing to press.
Neither of tho county commission
ers aro here aud they will not bo
until evening, when Mr. Walker will
arrive from Helix. Then something
may ho dono toward bringing tht
thing to an understanding betweon
the county and tho promoters. The
franchise has already been, granted.
Dut tne two slues liavo not come to
gether on terms. This is tho onlj
thing in the way now.
Mr. Mellmann is enthusiastic over
the prospects of tho road, but he is
going to ask the county to change
some of their Ideas as to what it
wants the company to do. Tho con
dltlons asked by tho county, ho
thinks, some of them at least, are
out of the question. However, It is
thought that both sides will como to
gether on mutual grounds when thoy
get together for the final settlement
of the affair. Mr. Mellmann is some
what impatient at tho dolay. He
says delay means money to the com-,
pany as every minute they aro held
back makes it that much longer be
fore they can finish tho road.
With an Injured Eye.
James Neagle, of Neacle Bros.'
machine shop, is suffering from n
piece of steel striking his In the right
eye while running a hand saw. The
pioco of the saw broke off and hit
Mr. Ncaglo In tho corner of the eye,
but it is not thought that he will
suffer more than some inconvenience
from the cut, as the sight is thought
not to be injured.
Mazamas at Adams.
Portland, July. 15. Thirty mem
bers of the Mazama Club left here
yesterday and many more today, for
Mount Adams, which will bo ascend
ed by tho club on Saturday. Be
tween now and that date they will
bo joined by many other enthusias
tic mountain climbers who wish to
make tho ascent.
13 of them 1st day
J -4 the balance 2nd day
J-2 of what was left
the 3rd day
That Don't Leave Many
Beta Get a Pair Quick!
MEN'S TAN SHOES
S5.00, $4.50, S4.60 a pair
Onfr $2.35 Only
.LADIES' TAN SHOES
$5.00, $4.00, $3.50, J?3,oo
Only $1.95 A Pair
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
- Supreme Court
U, S. Patent Oflli
; I WAREHOUSE ,
TrJ Mrk and Coprrigbu
100 7th St W, W., WashlHitort, D. C.
NEW SUITS INSTITUTED.
Wllber Gardner WanW 'Dlvoroehv
dlans Want Title to Land.
Two nulls woro filed on thevequlty
docket at tho court house 'Monday
evening." The defendant In one is
Mnttle G Gardner .and her husband
Wllbor W. Gardner, is the plaintiff.
Ho alleges that thoy were married
in Pondleton in 1891 and llvod to
gether until 1000 when defendant
abandoned plaintiff and has since re
fused to live with him. The? h&Yo
two children, Carl and Elslo, ten and
olght years of ago, who are with
their mother in Florence, Idaho.
Peter West is plaintiff's attorney.
Tho other suit is against T. J.
Tweedy, a reservation farmer. The
plaintiffs aro Ta-wa-sa-saiml and Wa-wln-ta-lot.
They ask tho court to
give thorn posesslon of 80 acres of
allotted land on tho reservation
which was allotted to Pol-outB-pum
who died intestato a few "weeks ago
and defendant claims a right to tho
land by virtue of n lease. The plain
tiffs are niece and cousin to the de
After tho suit was instituted plain
tiffs and defendant entered an agree
ment whereby defendant would grant
tho decree prayed for in case no costs
woro taxed to him. T. G. Hailey Jb
attorney for the Indians.
Locating Smokeless Guns.
Tho English war office has many
schemes for training their soldiers,
and which are generally followed up,
by practical demonstrations. The la
test device for locat.ng guns firing
smokeless powder, and Its success
will mark a now era in military pro
gress. It Is alsfllfinteresting to con
sider the wonderful advancement in
medicine during tho past fifty years.
It waB about that timo that Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters was first intro
duced, and during those years has
made a wonderful record of cures
of such ailments as indigestion, heart"
burn, dyspepsia, belching, constipa
tion and liver and kidney troubles,
that today it occupies tho foremost
position as a family medicine. Don't
fall to try It. Our Private Stamp is
over tho neck of every bottle. I
ST- JOE STI1RI
OUR JULY SALE
IS NOW UNDER WAY
m-m m. m m i .vwi.i ijibi
OUR LOSS will he YOUR GAIN
We must make room for our big fall stock.
ait. inn oKl n oranin.tfi th fact that 'H .
buy FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC
Main and Wefcfc Streets,
Lamp Mantles Guaranteed $
NEW THiwr: 4 T
BEST IN TOE
t.i nM,ifir.tioiis aftfo'
xuese mantles are ucw ty
weaves. They are made in two grawu v ;
40 cents each.
The Inhn Barrett
New Stores : Cor. Sixth and ,v
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few nt it
- .-.vumrainu i .
-ivi .una . r .
OU1 LtUII KT
640 Acres of Wl
3 miles from -Pendleton
wmer year round: an
All for $26 Per
I have some great
property. Stock Hmhut
Office in E. 0.
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