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This week we will end the clearance sale prices on
Summer Footwear. Note these Bargains:
Ladies' tan Oxfords, regular price $2.50 to 3, now $1.25
Ladies' tan shoes, regular price 2.50 to $3, now $1,50
Ladies canvas Oxfords, regular price $1.50, now $1.15
Ladies' canvas Oxfords, regular price $2, now $1.45
Ladies' white canvas Oxfords, regular price 11.50, now $1,00 u
Men s white canvas shoes, regular price 1.50, now $1,20
Canvas bicycle shoes, regular price $1.50, now $1,25
Dindinger, Wilson & Co.
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1902.
NOTES OF THE BALL FIELD
CHAT OF GAME IN INLAND
Wext Series to Be Played at Baker
and La Grande Teams Are Gain
ing Strength Line Hits.
The Pendleton baseball team re
turned last evening from "Walla
Walla tpoTT nlonnorf xrJtfc that. fHn
and duly thankful for the two games
jrhlch they carried off In that city.
The boys make their next trial
a whip as anyone in the league, and
he does not hesitate to use 4L either.
With "Spec" Hurlburt and his bat
ting proclivities gone to Oakland,
' T Al 1 1 1 fl.l j A .
iuuk us uiu ivuuiu uuiuer tu uie in
land Empire league.
Portland has just released two
good pitchers who will undoubtedly
soon make their appearance in the
Inland Empire league.
Little "Rainy Day" Rhea, who has
been with the Indians for the greater
part of the present season, is now
umpiring and is giving satisfaction.
II STRAIGHT STORY
OF CHASE OF DOUBLE
SET OF OUTLAWS.
I the chnse of the would-be followers
' of the lato Tracy Inst night, said that
it was only a question of time until
I Coffer and his pal will be caught The
meshes are so interwoven auoui mem
that escape is practically impossible
Their capture may bo expected any
How Deputy Ritchie Was Shot and
How Sheriff Taylor and Posse
Caught the Trail of the Robbers
They Were Not Pursuing, But
Made a Good Haul.
The man hunt through Umatilla
county has resembled in many ways j vcsterdaT
. . 1 1 11 ewy I , " -
ine iamous struggle uy mo ouiciait
to capture the late outlaw Tracy, and
there was no little excitement In the
east end of the county.
Last Thursday night two masked
and armed men entered Key's saloon,
in Freewater and left with about $150
which they took at the point of pis
tols from the unwilling bartender and
Ave other men in the barroom at the
time. They backed out of the saloon I
and disappeared. A description
S. A. Saylor Ib in town from Uma
J. Killian is in town from Walla
F. W. Hendloy was In Walla Walla
Floyd Oliyer, of Echo, is in town at
tending the circus.
Mrs. George Clay and children, of
North Fork, ore In town.
T. F. Sheridan Is at Hotel St
George from Buttor Creek.
Charles H. Miller and wife aro at
Hotel Pendleton from Echo.
J2arl Archibald came down from He
lix today to attend the circus.
Joseph Kennedy came down from
of ' Helix to see the circus today.
the hold-ups was given the officers,; jhss jeJ1nie Kidd 1b in town from
and a chase was immediately insti- j North Fork and will remain a week.
uted. Deputy Ritchie, of Athena, lo- . c.. . ... , .
. . 1 1 T A . HUH UUUUU1 UlUUhUk IliD IttlUliJ
from Birch Creek to see Buffalo Bill's
,B. Jones and Miss Mary E. Warner
were united in marriage by Rev. J.
: C. Thomas, presiding elder of Spo
catea two men supposed to be tne
men who did the robbing, and secur
ing the services of two other men,
they proceeded to the houBe where
they had heard the outlaws were located.
Gun Failed. 1
H. C. Guernsey has returned from
an extended trip in various European
Miss Georgia Folsom is visiting
Mrs. William Ferguson in Walla
I A Popular Counle United in Marrlaae
At the residence of the bride's
! father, F. S. Warner, of Garfield
against Baker City at the Gold Dig-1 !,trt city last evening Rev. E,
gers home ground- next Thursday, 1
jjTiday, Saturday and Sunday, and
they feel assured that they will be
v. i ... , . . ' The weddine was vgt-v hpnntffn?
fcuuu luc were wiu uie snarpsnoot-, . , . " . ,
tm, ' and the details were executed in a not work.
The Baker team has been improv-. charming manner. The groom was
lng of late and has been having some ! fesfed M the conventional
red hot games with La Grande, so the black' and the ,brlde "wore a lovel'
toys will have a good time on their costume of white silk, and orange
hands when thev try for the Diggers b ossoms- Tke ritual of the Metho-
fccalps. 1 dist Church was used on the .occa-
The Walla Walla team will nlav at
1 h 1 11 iin tt TFnc Tirnnniinnnrt nrr n - nun 1
siding elder in his usual happy style. . 5 hich served,
After the solemnization of toe mar- P" hap s' Baln?,h'B U'e- The tw0
riage ceremony the guests were en- e0epn eyjiad kill-
tertflinPd hv thoir "TTnst " onH nii n. ed.the offlcer mounted his horse and
I 1 It. - 1 T 1 I
ijucu lueuuaeives. xieixesnmenis were
served, and the entire church was in-
; vited to be present, and almost every
Tn tnrt nu the Mnhc in tha inn, member was present on the occasion.
have about the strongest aggrega-,' Rev: and M:. Jor3 wIn not beSln
tlons ever Ravine' in thfiJr Teenertlve housekeeping till after the session of
1 Jack Craig, of the Adams Advance,
j was in town today, taking in the clr
ia urande on the same dates and
the people of both cities are confi
dent that there will "be something
aoing" when the teams come togeth
er, as La Grande has been making ad
jditions to her team whtn i 1 i-
-u migntily since they divided their
series with the Sharpshooters
When they arrived at the place, 1 waiia.
wnicn is a few miles from Atnena,
the two men accompanying the depu
ty were placed in position to com
mand all nlacu.q of escane. Thin was
Saturday afternoon. After placing' w- s- Perr5" wife- recently
his men Ritchie started to make ' carried at Athena, are in Walla
a stalk on the building. When with- j Walla.
in several yards the door suddenly Mrs. A. Anderson and daughter, of
flew open and a fusilade of bullets Helix, are registered at the Golden
was sent toward the officer. He j Rule hoteL
undertook to use his gun and it was Colonel Aucust Am. the Adams dis-
found to be out of order and would (penser of liquid air, is in town to
! take in the circus.
Deputy's Friends Skulked. Bryson Todd is in town from
In the fight Ritchie was hit in theiMeacham- He came dwn to attend
fleshy part of the leg and the other th Wld eBt zhovr.
two men left the scene without ren- F. G. Schmeer. of Pendleton, is ren
dering any assistance to the offlcer stereri at thn PfrHi;s Hotel, savs the
Miss Gertrude Buruam, of Walla
Walla, wns tho guest of Miss Claire
Moussu, manager of the' local tele-
phono office, last night on her way
M. a. jjunnam, a prominent mer-
chant of Pomoroy, Is in town on his
way from a business trip to Salt
Lake. He will tako in the Wild West
H. W. Wallace and wife have re
turned from a pleasant visit to Walla
Walla and Dayton. Mr. Wallace has
again taken his position In R. Alexan
der's department store.
Mrs. Jack Webb, wife of a former
O. R. & N. brakeman, is in the city
from Echo with her children to see
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Mrs. Webb
was a resident of Pendleton three
Tho lost U. S. army haversack, ad
vertised in yesterday's East Oregon-
Ian, was sent to this office in a Bhort
time after the paper was on the
streets. It alwayB pays to advertise
in a good medium. Mr. William Har
rison found the lost property.
Following are some of the names of
McKay Creek visitors, in to Bee the
Wild WeBt show: Herbret Whitman
and family, Mrs. Alex Hudson and
daughter, Charles Chapman and fam
ily, Courtney Phelps, Mrs. Howard
Dunn, Miss Elma Dunn, Mrs. Alloway
and daughter, Miss Norma.
E. D. Stillman lias returned from
Yreka, Cal., where he has been for
the past two months. During -his
stay he visited the old gold fields,
where he prospected in the year 1851.
He Bays that things have very much
changed in the gold fields in the last
.Mrs. Sam Thompson and little
daughter, Misses Nellie, Mable and
Josie Cameron, returned last evening
from a very pleasant stay at Hidaway
Springs. While at the springs the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson was quite sick from eating
poisoned canned corn. Its life was
despaired of for several hours, and
it was seriously sick several days.
inree tui.. u m
customer c w-"? oter;
For , "1 Wrr.
I'lU I II jTCIr. r 'MA'L
C&L HUM Pnn - rt i
--- . wtuis each uir.
20 lbs. Sagar, j
301 COURT STEIIT,
nr IT r 1
I will nfFnr fnr a nm tt
u ruiu 1 k & 1 ill it m M.n - .
hn.ni. ni i mma m
RPTfifl in Alfalfa kft ' . BaBT. m
and lrritrntAH tmm r vm
iou acres on JlCKavrrV
lanu. uiose to 100 tons ol hiy onittM.
No better garden land on eSL? h$Jg
A few more stock rtnchM lft h rw.
luwn property ox everr deicripto. X
without expense to you. Cob tsl mSc
it uctit jruu rigui.
Office in E. O. Miki'i
sion, and the charming marriage cer-1 ' u ki uu u , W8n J' J0UrDaI-
flmnntr mats T,r.r,r,n Ur. lien Kucme was nit he fell part- r mi m r n namin nnA nnn
Sidney, lecve today for a two-weeks'
outing at Bingham Springs.
Miss Sallie Wilson has returned
I rode away. from the valley, where she nas spent
. 1 several uays visiung relatives,
ray ai on the Trail. 1 . , , , .
, . , ' B. F. Beck and daughter are in
Sheriff Taylor, receiving a tele-1 walla Walla visiting Mr. Beck
phone message of the facts, immedl-1 daughter, who is in the hospital.
O. T. Cames and C. F. Belts are in
the East Columbia conference, which
convenes at Milton, Or.
Rev. E. B. Jones is the popular pas
tor of Galloway M. E. Church, South,
towns, and the games to be played
for the balance of the season promise
to be the wannest of anything in the
tell line vet seen in this section ns
every team is out after the pennant 1 of tis MIss Mai7 E- Warner
and is determined tn tcn : has been a very popular, successful
1 u: 1 school teacher of Umatilla county,
.. A. - 1 and has resided in this city for some
Titus, the little fellow who has j time. Miss Warner is a native of
S 11 ft B .?? lwlr"ns ,Ior' Vermont and moved to this city with
Z7u. , Hefun' uaB . ieK .her father when a child. Rev. Jones
Wilu uw iwnijy xor me jaasi, wnere was formerly of the State of VirEinla.
he will attend college.
Two or three new players, includ
ing anotner pitcher, are to be signed
by Walla Walla at once.
Brockoff, Pendleton's new right
nelder, seems to have about as good
For Summer F. & S. Bitters,
the greatest of all system tonics.
The correct tonic for all stom
F. & S. Compound Syrup of
Sarsaparilla, combined with
burdock, mandrake, prickly ash,
dandelion, stillingia, iodide -of
potassium and iron. This Com
pound is a powerful alterative,
tonic, invigorator and blood
purifier Sold only by
and a prominent member of the
Western Virginia conference, came to
Oregon about three years ago. When
he took charge of Galloway Chapel,
he found an empty church, congrega
tion scattered, and the membership
very much discouraged. He has suc
ceeded in building up a good congre
gation, and the church Is in good
W. S. Perry and Mrs. Francis Gross
were united in marriage in Athena
Monday afternoon. Rev. C. A. Bias, of
the Christian Church officiating. The
groom is well known in Pendleton,
where he is connected with M. A.
Rader, the furniture man, while the
bride is a highly respected resident
of Athena. Mr. and Mrs. Perry will
return to Pendleton after a brief wed
ding tour, where they will make their
future home. The marriage was in
the presence of only a few friends.
TLe homllest man in Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others,
j are invited to call on any druggist
! and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
! Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
, remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
the iciniur nnimmr.'wir. . rel,evo a11 chronic and acute coughs,
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
t-i i up. 1 f-rv i 1 mnil
CTlTinMcnc 1 x rice uuu out;, rut buiu uy iuii
Jin. i iuiieho j man & Co., sole agents.
TALLMAN & CO.
IN OUR NEW QUARTERS
THE PENDLETON SHOE CO?
IN THE LEE TEUTSCH STORE
Larger and Bigger Stock Than Ever.
Positively the best stock of- Ladies' and Gentlemen's,
Boys' Misses', and Youths' Shoes in the city. You'll
find our prices money savers.
THE PENDLETON SHOE COMPANY
ately went to the scene of operations
and a posse was also organized at
Walla Walla which hastened to the
scene. Taylor was accompanied by
Boone Watson and D. Turner, both
good men with guns, and men whom
he could trust. Arriving at the scene
of the fight, they took the supposed
trail of the outlaws. Saturday night
and all day Sunday the chase was
kept up with vigilance, but no sign of
the robbers was found although the
officers thought they were on the
A New Crime.
Sunday evening Sheriff Taylor and
nis posse went to Touchet station,
and stopping at a farm house near
by, were preparing for dinner when
a man was heard hallowing at the
station, a quarter of a mile away.
Nothing was thought of the occur
rence until a man came running over
to the house- where the officers were
and told them a Swede had been held
up and almost beaten to death by two
The officers saddled their horses
and Btarted in pursuit of the two
men, uimiung mey were tne same
fellows wanted for the robbery of the
saloon at Freewater. They followed
them about a mile and a half when
the robbers were discovered in the
brush along the railroad track and a
lively fusilade of shots was engaged
in between the officers and robbers.
The robbers dashed into the under
brush along the creek and, it being
dark by this time It was impossible
to track them further.
The chase was then given up until
Monday morning, whon it was again
taken up, but no further trace could
be found of them until Tuesday fore
noon, wnen one of the men was found
in a wheat field near Athena, where
ho had engaged to work in harvest
He submitted to arrest without re
sistance. The officers then Instituted
a search for the .other outlaw and
soon located hira working In another
harvest field. He also submitted to
arrest without trouble and the two
were turned over to the Walla Walla
sheriff, the crime of robbing the
Swede having been committed in the
mate of Washington.
Had Not Caught Right Men.
Until the time of the canture nt
these two men the posse thought it
waa on tho trail of Coffer and hln
pal, wanted for the robbery of Keys'
saloon and the shootlnxr of Dnnntv
Ritchie, but It was found that the
two men captured were not concerned
with Coffer and his pal, but were
me officers are now at no in
town from Pilot Rock. They cametJn
to witness the Buffalo Bill show.
Among those In town to attend the
Wild West show are: Mrs. F. K.
Shipley, Mrs. W. H. Babb and MIbb
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
ST. JOE STORE.
Common Senee last;
nice and easy for
house wear, per pair
Better ones, patent
tips and stays,
$2 to $3
Ai a a a. Vl M yjj
I THF I YAMfi PRftAMTII F 00.1
I THE LEADERS j
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
14 lofs, close to Sisters School, from $50 to $126. Rare bare"
10-room Besldence on West Court Street; very (desirable lou(
a bargain at $3700. .. ,u
13 lots Tn Reservation Addition from 40 to $120. Well woith W
money asked. ,r .
6-room Cottage on West Alt Street, four blocks froai Mto.
splendid place to live. Big Bargain at $1100.
Several very desirable lots north of the river, not far from dot'.
Good investments, $76 to $250.
It will pay j ou to investigate these city operty offers.
some spienaia wheat and grazing land cioee io iowu.
money to invest in real estate, see me.
W. F. Earnheart
Real Estate and tasmwtj
Coffer Wll be Qaught.
Sheriff Taylor, who returned from
TMi 1 .....
fiiBwuiNH worK. au Wndaof
Tinnlng-Evfrythhig In the
line of repairing and new m
work done promptly and bat-
during the hMveatbet
ttt i,!iHnuarters f
Tents, Camp Stools, CaiP f j
We have a few
to close out at cost
A Fh t iCtiS line of
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE
At Rock Bottom Prices
B. F. BECK,
732 Cottoiwood St.
M. A. RADER
Mate and Webb Streets, P&W
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