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Cleaning Up Prices
Prevail on Summer Footivear
We have cut the prices on all our Summer Stock in or
der to make it move and create room for the largest and
best stock o.' Ladies' Gents.', Boys' and Youths' Shoes,
ever shown in Pendleton. The new goods are coming in
Help us make room and we'll help you save money.
CHAS. PICARD KILLED
BY A WAGON
Dfacttnge, Wilson & Co.
Successors to Cleaver Bros
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1902.
Walter Ely Is In town from Weston.
Dr. J. L. Miller and wife havo re
turned from Bingham. '
Dr. M. A. Nelm8 is at the Golden
Rule from Walla Walla.
Representative H. A. Adams was in
town last night from Weston.
A. J. Burrows, a prominent Walla
Walla business man, is in town.
Misses Stella O'hara adn Edna
Marlton, of Weston, are in town.
Bert Mays has returned from Elgin,
where he has 'been employed with his
Walla Walla and return Friday, to
see circus, $1.90. O. R. & N. ticket
T. A. Rhea, of Heppner, uncle of
Mrs. W. E. Brock, is registered at
William RInehart and Guy Wade
left this morning for Hidaway Springs
ior several days' outing.
.Portland Daily Journal: E. H.
Clarke, wool buyer from Pendleton, is
registered at the Portland.
J. E. BIngle, G. W. .Hewett and W.
M. Scott .and wife are truests of tho
at Hotel St.
R. N. Stanfleld is
George, from Echo.
Homer V. Carpenter expects to
spend Sunday in Portland.
Dr. William Van Patton and wifo
are at Hotel Pendleton from Walla
Dr. F. W. Vincent returned today
from the mountains where he has
Mrs. J. E. Binclisim in in tmun nn
her way from Bingham Springs to her UP near the penit nt!ary and relieved
or $iu. The police
Another Hold-up New Brick Block
New Disease in Cattle Which Puts
Out Their Eyes and Is Puzzling the
Wallla Walla, Aug. 13. Charles Pi
card was killed on. Eureka Flat yes
terday by being run ovor by a loaded
water wagon. Mr. Picard was haul
ing water for a harvesting outfit
with a four-horse team. While going
down a g.fie the team became fright
ened and ran away. Picard was
thrown under tho wheels of the wag'
on and life instantly crushed out of
Another holdup story has been re
ported to the police. While Jack
Thomas. Ed Sailor and Will Ander
son, harvsst hands working with the
A. M. Rob.'oson crow, northwest of
Walla Walla were going to their
place of work .Wonday night after hav.
ing visited the city, they were held
Golden Rule hotel from Helix.
George Edwards and Henry Miller
, Oregonlan: J. Ross Dickson, a
: well-known citizen of Pendleton, is
j ' spending a few days in Portland.
Leon Cohen, proprietor of the Peo
ples Warehouse, Ms returned from
a several days' outing at Bingham
Rev. R. W. King, who, with his
wife, Is recreating at Bridel Veil.
Wrltps from thorn cawJtur M nlionoa
(l. " . & ku '...UU&l
;,fjvt,ms paper num that place to Cascade
C. Berquist, the shoemaker, has
'severed his connection with the Pen-
idleton Shoe company and Is helping
;out at Dindinger, Wilson & Co.'s
during the absence of L. Greenawald,
who is taking a vacation.
home in Walla Walla.
The Misses Marguerite and Alice
Peters havo returned from an ex
tended sojourn in tho valley.
M. A. Rader is expected home In a
few days from the mountains where
he has spent tho past two weeks.
The Misses Anna Maxwell, Maud
Maxwell and Ethel Winans are In
town on their, way home from an ex
tended visit to the coast
George T. Williams, a prominent
Walla Walla cmzen, is In Pendleton.
Homer V. Carpenter expects to
spend Sunday in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wedthoff, Mrs.
George Lash and daughter, Miss
Georgia, left this morning for a day's
outing on the reservation.
were notified and
two or three suspeci havo been ar
rested, but little evidt,nc to convict
has been found. It wis very dark
and no accurate discriptk"'" of tho
hold-ups could be obtain- They
ivere three in niirrler.
New Brick Business House.
Work was commenced yesterday
tearing away tho old building on tie
sito for the new three-story brick
business block which Is to bo erected
by the Davln Bros., sheep barons of
tho Inland Empire. Tho new building
is to take tho place of the one-story
wooden structure formerly occupied
by a saloon, on West Main street. It
is to reach 120 feet back and have
a frontage of 24 feet. The lower floor
will be occupied by a saloon, the sec-
MR. NGWIiLL TALKS
H. Hessel came down from Weston ond as a lodging house, and tho third
IS NOT CONSIDERED
Tuesday evening to meet his family,
who had "returned from an extended
stay at Bingham Springs.
Mrs. R. Alexander and daughter,
Miss Bertha, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Miller have returned from several
days' outing at Bingham Springs.
H. W. Wallace, clerk in the Alexan
der Department Store, with his wife,
left Tuesday evening for Walla Walla
and Dayton to visit relatives and
friends for a week.
Grand Guardian Mrs. Carrie C. Van
Ors'dall, of the Women of Woodcraft,
is expedted home in a few days from
the meeting of the two Woodmen or
ders at Cripple Creek, Col.
E. P. Marshall, the well-known Pen
dleton merchant, is In the city. He
says that Portland Is cool compared
with some of the Eastern Oregon
cities, says the Oregonlan.
Mrs. L. HnlfiH nf Allionn to 4n nr
rt. m. 0-1 . . vn
uu uci no.) iu ouiuia, vnero spr
'"""j fa" ij wane m.ir noui', Thov
go to Salem to get, the advantage of
the university fo, ... AI J? f
floor -will be fitted up for a Turkish
bath house, the first of Its kind in the
New Cattle Disease.
Word has just been received from
Lowden Station that a peculiar dis
ease has been going the roundp among
the cattle of that section. It Id some
thing new and no one seems to have
the least idea as to what causes thr
disease or what to call it. A sc- 4
grows over the eyes of the cattle
they apparently become blind.
worst stages the eyeball - in the
and the contents of . ourst's open
charged. . the eye. is dls-
An Able Assistant
'nimrlnH H. Fitch, engineor in
charce of diversion service, will re
mtiln In Portland for some time. Ho
will visit difllerent sections of Oregon,
look over tho field, obtain all Informa
tion possible, report his findings to the
secretary of tho Interior, and await
instructions. I traveled through tho
arid region last fall with Congress
man Moody. I havo the Deschutes
river, in Wasco county, in mind, and
streams In Crook, Malheur, Harney
Wallowa. Grant. Lake and Union
counties In vlow. Our work, howovor,
will necessarily bo slow, as we must
proceed with caution. Government
lands are sold to create a fund, nnd
this fund expended in Irrigation is nf
terward returned to the national
treasury, and those in charge of it
must be solicitous for its perpetua
tion. Homesteads taken In the arid
region will be without tho commuta
tion clause in tho filing. Actual resi
denco will be required,
"The result of this irrigation scheme
will be that small farms will replace
the large ones. A man who lives on
farm of 160 acres within a year or
two will make It 80. Then ho will
drop to 50 or 30, and will find he has
all he can do at that Ten-acre fruit
farms will supplant 60-acre ideas and
ambitions, and then the rose will
bloom whore the sago brush grows." (
mere is neany $o,uuuuuu in tne
fund already for reclamation purposes
says tho Journal.
Today Mr. Newell will drop off at
North Yakima for a atop of a day or
Mr. Fitch, like his superior, iB an
enthusiast. He will be active in the
-line of duty, and his Intelligent work
i's likely to bo better understood as
Jr. Newell came west to Colorado"
in lStJS as a mining engineer, and the
water question has been uppermost
in his mind for a long time.
THE GREAT CIRCUS.
Excursion to Walla valfa to Witness
Ringling Bros.' Worldti Greate3t
Grand Jury Recommends That it Be
Tho Philadelphia grand Jury wound
up ItB business tho other day by re-
conuncdlng that tho laws againBt
swearing nnd the use of blaBphomouB
language of city employes bo rigidly
Tho grand Jury found that profan
ity waB not confined to policeman
and fireman, but that It waB Indulged
in by city ofilclals and police magis
trates. This .3 a shock to the entire coun
try. It is tho first intimation tho pub
lic has ever had that there was any
swearing In Philadelphia.
Profanity Ib a strenuous vocnl
It is vile, disgusting and lndefons-
lblc ibut none the less strenuous.
It is tho kind of vocal dynamics
that calls for much physical and mon-
Even them .an who swears "llkd tho
army in l lander anu who reels on.
the oaths copiously and continuous
ly must feel some slight mental mo
montum in order to join tho exple
tives with any intelligible cohcroncy.
There must be some temporary ag
itation of tho nerve ganglia.
But in quiet, peaceful and serene
Philadelphia how can any one get
oxclted enough to swear? Baker Ci
c nave incf
jugs cracker jars, T3' . e
Celebrated Fleh 'X,he
Come and see jt, War-
To look at it.
iK2o lbs. of SnnI ese11-
f n n- B ior
rfvus.' great circus, tho
of tho kind that has yet
the Pacific Coast, requiring
oson four full trains for its
.uu..iln ...til nvliUit t. TWnlln
T lJimHJU, Will ti.WHI.FH, .11 1 , UIIU
.lla Friday afternoon and evening,
AXigust 15. To give the people of
Pendleton and vicinity an opportu
nity to witness this wonderful exhlbi
tion, the O. R. & N. Co. has made
a rate of $1.90 from Pendleton to
Walla Walla and return. Tickets to be
sold for the morning train of August
15, good returning August 10.
A. F. Zoel',
rCr Miss Alma Hales,
by us in buying drugs; hence
we get the best. Careful
graduates fill your prescrip
tions. We havd 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.
TALLMAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
been nulng. that word has
WOUld d,ated 'that no oxoursion
t0 oe run t a Walla Walla Sunday
. carry the c thuslastlc fans ovor to
the Garden Glty to WitnesB tho ball
game, It Is now positively announced
that one ' m ho mn it. wan first
thU.Snt, 1 iiat equipment could not be
for the train, but Agent
mi, w Tf mnrrlorl cnvornl itrnolro
,f . vwia u(,u.
W.Mlnew lima t 1 .
or the Alexander Department Store,
but resigned his position when he
went east He has now accepted a
position with C. E. Roosevelt in the
Boston Store. Mr. Zoellner is recelv
ing the congratulations of hlB mar
Dr. J. Christie, veterinary sun
graduate of tho Royal Veterlnar on
lege of Edinburgh, Scotland, a ' Co1"
government Inspector for Y A& ate
trlct, B. C, is located at -10 d,s
stable, opposite the Hotel Froomo's
where he can bo found a' Pendleton,
Persons having domestic a11 hours,
desire treated on sclent' animals they
should consult Dr. Cr Jnc principles,
classified columns of ' -"rlstie. In the
ian will bo found r &o East Oregon-
nouncement unnsues an-
Wamsle s haa managed to got enough
togethr . insure tho excursion. The
tTan "will leave here at 8:15 a. m.
cturnlng, will leave Walla Walla
in tho evening.
A band of "r
to be again or ustiers" are reponeu
gan country. aerating in mo uuano-
in large nur Horses are Deing sioien
lit Will Pa
iwisTt vinrvrir&Trtnnnrv o
To call at our store and si
you in Footwear.
ie the bargains we have to offer
We must reduce o
our customers receivf
,ur stock, even at a sacrifice, and
i the benefits.
THE PENDI T jctqn SHOE COMPANY
645 Main St
First class work
airing. 1 hat's
and 'first class material make a first class job of re
What;you always get of C. BERQUIST, the shoe
Shop in Pendleton Shoe Store.
Jks' Carnival at Seattle, August 18th
For the above, the W. & C. R., In
connection with the Northern Pacific,
will sell tickets August 21st and 26th,
limited to five days from date of sale,
at $9 for round trip. Also on August
19th, 23d, 25th, at $12.30 for round
trip, limited to five days from date of
sale. For full particulars, apply to
Walter Adams, agent.
A LITTLE BIT OF FACT.
Science of a Life Time Knocked
a Cocked Hat
Senator William P. Fryo is an ar
dent lover of tho sport of fishing,
says tho Saturday Evening Post
Once, after his return from his Bum
mer's outing, ho met tho celebrated
naturalist, Agassiz. Glowingly Sena
tor Frye described his experiences.
"Among my triumphs," said he,
"was tho capture of a spreckled trout
that weighed fully eight pounds."
Dr. Agassiz smiled and said: "Re
servo that for tho credulous and con
vivial circles of rod and reel cele
brants, but Bparo the feelings of a
"This is not a campaign whopper
I'm telling you; I weighed that trout
carefully and It waa nn eight
pounder." "My dear Mr, Fryo," remonstrated
Dr. Agassiz, permit me to inform
you that the salvellnus fontlnalis
never attains that extraordinary
weight., Tho creature you caught
could not have been a spreckled trout
All tho authorities on ichthyology
would disprove your claim."
"AIM can say to that," said Sena
tor Frye, "Ib that there are, then big
ger flab in Maine than are dreamed of
in your science."
Tho next season ho caught a speck
led trout that weighed nine pounds.
He parked it In ice and sent It to Dr.
Agassiz. A few days later he re
ceived a tolograra which read:
"The science of a lifetime kicked
to death by a fact Agasalz."
The teachers' examinations are be
ing held today and will continue all
the week at tho Pendleton Academy
cdllding. The board of examiners
are Superintendent J. F. Nowlin, Pro-,
fessor J. E. Cherry and Professor F.
L. Forbes. About 25 teachers are in
Fruit Jars at Cost
We are closing out our lino of Ma
so nand Vacuum fruit Jars at ost
If you need fruit Jars, better come
now. The Standard Grocery.
Picnic every Sunday at Klne'a
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Klrkman's orchestra.
The Story of the
Is this. Whatever the price
might have been, they arc on
sale this week together with
all broken lines and sizes of
At prices to make them go
Some that sold at $5.00,
$4. 00, $3-50, $3.00,
NOW $1,95 per Pair.
Some that sold at 52.00,
NOW $1,19 per Pair.
All Low Shoes Reduced,
The nation's leading city In making
Iron and steel is Pittsburg, whose
mills turn out $90,798,080. Next comeb
McKecsport. Pennsylvania, 'with $34,
339.C12, and then Chicago with $31,
G21.174. Muhin's Magazine, August
Many mon are capable of thinking
out schemes that have Immense pos
sibilities, but it is only the man who
goes to work and puts his Ideas Intu
operations that over makes any money
out of them. Mahin's Magazine,
The deputy prosecuting attorney of
Spokane haB rendered an opinion to
the effect that c6moterlea can be
taxed in that stnte.
301 COURT STREET.
Pure wuto Jar nubbeM
I will offer for r short time 840 a i
heat lniiil 2 mil.", trom l-endlein ' 841
bushels of Bruin per acre nlen t ni'i w
acres In Affalfa, So m. w lw,,t"-
and Irrigated. I'rice. S16 000 to "
1G0 acres on McKay . reek. 4 mllM.
No better Ka.UeUlanaoVaUrT
Vnirta. m0r "lUk "n:1'e, le,t ln c
Brlek bmlnei block 60x100, Malnitrwt
Tow.n property of every rincrlDtfon
Property shown in elth.-r town or CAmirt
w lput expense to you. Crae ana S
will Heat you rieht. nie1
Office in E. O. Building
O. Box 324 PENDLETON, Or.
T. JOE STORE.
OUR JULY SALE
WAS SUCH A GREAT SUCCESS
We will continue this Sale until
AUGUST THE 15th
In order to make room for
BIG FALL STOCK.
during the hot weather
We are headquarters for
Tents, 'Camp Stools, Camp
Stoves, Cots,! etc,,. b.
ppwK r We have; a few
to close out at cost'
A Fiist Os lirf cf
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE
At Rock Bottom Prices
Hi. A. RADER
and Wefcfe Streets, Pendleton
Undertaking Tarlors in Connection.
We Make no Claims
for our Furnaces
That We Cannot
We install them in
not confident of success
handed methods to sell
W G. McPhesoii
iw.incr anrl Vflntilatlng Engineer
47 First Street, Portland, Oregofl
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