Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1902)
ning up of lines of Ladies',
s', Youths' and Children's
Last week of the cleanini
Gentlemen's. Boys', Misses'
Shoes that are incomplete,
We want to get rid of these broken lots and ths
week will be one notable in shoe selling for the remark
able low prices we will offer.
Come in, and if we can fit you, you will get a rare
Dindinget, Wilson & Co.
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1902.
J. W. Perlnger is In town from
Representative-elect H. C. Adams
Is In town from "Weston.
Anton Vey will leave this evening
for his ranch, near Echo.
H. A. and D. B. Richardson are reg
istered at Hotel St George from
Mrs. J. L. "Wood and family are at
the Golden Rule hotel from Taua
Mrs. Anton Sorensen, of Rossland,
B. C, is the guest of her mother, Mrs
Miss "Winnie Struve is the guest of
Mrs. Ed Besthorn, from her home
south of town.
Benjamin F. Marlin, the hotel man
of Meacham, was in town yesterday
on his way to Seattle on pleasure
Mrs. "William Fitz Gerald has re
turned from the mountains, where
Bhe spent several weeks enjoying the
"Word was received from Eldred
"Waffle yesterday saying he was in
Tacoma and was having a good time.
He will be home the last of the
A. E. Lynn, formerly with R. Alex
ander and Lee Teutsch in their mer
chandise stores, passed through town
last evening on his way to La
Grande on business. Mr. Lynn is
now located at North Yakima,
La Grande Chronicle: Hon. J. H. j
Raley, who is among tne most. Dm
liant legal lights of Pendleton, pass
ed up the road this morning on bif
way to Baker City, on business con
nected with his porfesslon.
Harry A. Medernach, son of Peter '
Medernach, is in town on his way
liack from Chicago, where he has
been attending the Bennett Medical
College. He has been spending his ,
vacation with an aunt in Portland
He will remain here about two weeks,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hasbrouck, of
Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. F. r
Hasbrouck, of Idaho, parents and
brother of H. L. Hasbrouck, of this
city, who have been visiting here the
past several weeks, left this morning
for their respective homes.
John Endlcott Is in town from Leh
man Springs. Mr. Endlcott says
everything is still lovely at the
springs, but a great many people are
leaving now on acount of the cool
evenings. He says that hunting is
good in the neighborhood of the
springs, but few have been out so far.
Several parties are contemplating go
ing within a few days.
J LITTLE WHEAT SELLING HERE.
Price Remains at 50 Cents 300,000
Bushels Have Been Sold In the
Not much wheat is being sold in
j into the hands of the dealers. In
Pendleton at the present time, al
though an occasional small lot passes
into the hands of the dealers. In the
east end of the county the farmers
have been selling very lively and ap
parently a different feeling prevails
there to what does in any other part
of the county. Farmers here are
willing to hold on an uncertain mar
ket and risk getting a larger price
than is offered now, but in the east
end they are disposing of their grain
at 50 cents a bushel. It is estimated
that no less than 300,000 bushels have
been sold in the east end since the
market opened four weeks ago.
SKIPPED WITH Wl
Family Trouble Alleged as the Cause j
But 1 nis is ucinca uuo.
ly Was Heard From In Umatilla
Mrs. Frank Donnally is mourning
the disappearance of her husband aud
Mr. Donnally has been In Pendle
ton for the past two years. He has
been employed most of the time and
prowd of 2000 away, which took near
ly an hour, and rcscueu u wi.
The Injured man, Rosano Chrlsta-
.o inn.iin!' two children. He
. .in (hom run on ahead as he saw
the car coming. Christano was
LfRANK DONALLY TAKES HIS knocked down by tne car u
BABY AND LEAVES HIS WIFE, legs wuru
WILL WORK JAPS.
Washington Railroad Will Do. Con'
structlon Work With the Llttln
Tacoma. Wash., Aug. 27. It Is an
nounced that betweon 1000 nnd 2000
laborers will be wanted this fall to
All out the construction gangs on the
Valdes-Eagle rajlroad, work on which
will .be started at once. Plans are
.....in- nnnotfiorntlnn for sending north
- . .1 An
has borne a good reputation, t or j several hundred Japanese in oruur in
the past few weeks he has been an- I htujy t he wo on the tot -mUe
parently worried about something and . section J q
those with whom he came ln contac ti J J yym be takcn from tUe
nave noucea a ' l ' Northwest, where they have been em
about him than before. Nothing of , raliroads as section hands,
an alarming nature was noticed, how - i"u- "
ever, and he went about nis woru.
performing it in the same painstaking , some id-n. About Women,
wav as ever. Yesterday morning he i Pericles thought "a womnn b chief
went to his home at tne corner in giory was 10 ue unu u uwiuui b
twebb and cottonwooa siruuis, uuu nor evii. oucruiuo e -
told his a- ife that he guessed ue nnny that hi wus "a man, not a oriue.
would take their baby out for a walk Erasmus prayed that all peoplo might
The baby was 'placed ln the buggy come to read the Bible, "even women
and Mr. Donnally loft the house with ntuj Turks."
it. This was the last Mrs. Donnally yet we nre oecomng civilized, though
saw of him or the child. He went to 6iowir. Even now in some parts of
the O. R. & N. depot and boarded the tIllg repUUnc WOmen enjoy full voting
belated No. 1 passenger train for priVjjL,ges with men, yet It was only a
Spokane, via Umatilla, taking child centurv np0 that France guillotined a
and carriage with him. j womfln for daring to assert woman's
There is no cause ior ms mbum- tw to the ballot It was only twen
ance In a business way and the only 1 fl thflt we ln Amerlci
ONE WORE HOLD-UP.
Harvest Hand Was Robbed of the
Sum of 55 Cents.
Walla Walla," Aug. 27. Another
hold-up has been reported to the sher
iffs office. Last night as a harvest
hand named Clayton, was returning
on horseback in the wheat field north
of town and about a mile out of town
he was accosted by two men and
told to "stand and deliver." The men
got 55 cents for their pains, all the
money Clayton had on him.
excuse given is that of domestic trou
bles. Apparently he and his wife did
not get along well together and air
Donnally concluded to leave without
Mrs. Donnally was seen this morn
ins and denied that she and her hus
band had ever had any trouble. Mrs
rwinnniir hrnkfi comnletelv down
ty-flve years ago that we in America
began to think womnn worth educat
ing. As a student in the theological sem
inary I remember the professor saying
of woman's place ln the church, "Wo
men may sing In prayer meeting and
play on the piano or organ, aud If the
meeting is uot too public they may of-
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
potassii. n and iron. This Com
pound h d powerful alterative,
tonic, . ivigorator and b'ood
purifier Sold only by
TALL AN & CO.
THE LEA' NO DRUGGISTS AND
Reduced Rates Will Go Into Effect
September 1, and Then the Rush is
After the first of September the
railroad companies from the East are
esnectins a rush of homeseekers.
The special homeseekers' rates will
go into effect on that date and then It
Is predicted that all former records
of immigration will be broken. The
rates from Missouri river points have
been cut to 522.50. These rates will
last for two months, and unless all
indications prove to the contrary the
Inland Empire will have a chance to
entertain thousands of substantial ci
tizens who will be looking for homes.
In view of this fact the real estate
dealers are preparing for a harvest.
Heretofore Pendleton has not re
ceived her share of the immigrants.
This is expected to be different dur
ing the fall n.sh of homeseekers. Not
a day passes but the real estate deal
ers and local papers receive letters
from men in the East and Middle
states seeking information about
Umatilla county and Eastern Oregon.
The Pendleton Commercial Associa
tion has endeavored to supply this In
formation. Folders were printed sev
eral month ago settting forth the ad
vantages and good points of Umatilla
county and they were scattered
among the inquiring public of the
East This is expected to turn the
tide of immigration to Umatilla coun
ty, or at least a part of it. There is
one unfortunate thing about the way
the railroad companies handle these
things. A ticket is either sold to
Portland or Spokane at the same fig
ure as to Pendleton and most of the
Immigrants will go Just as far as
their ticket will carry them. For
this reason few stop off here. Of
course, the effects of the immigration
is felt here to some extent. Many of
these people go to Portland or Spo
kane and not finding things to suit
them drift back into this county and
The first train load of Immigrants
Is expected to arrive here about Sep
Lwnnai y DroKe cumpnjieij uuu;- " - fr cnr thnt
when approached on the subject and ; f ' up prayer . HeteJttat
it was several minutes ueiore sue -.'
could compose herself well enough preacher s salary,
to tell her story. She said: Robert Browning asserted that of tho
"I have no idea why he went. We two it was his wife who had a crea
have had no trouble. He was always tive genius, yet to him nnd not to her
kind and good and I am so broken up England nccorded the honor of a burial
hv his eoinc and taking my -naDy. in esumusiur. 1 nb'""
nere Mrs. Donnally again Drohe
down and sobbed. "Oh, my baby, my
baby, what shall I do?"
"Frank came to the house about
m nVinck vesterdav and said he
Rev. Perle II. Burcllck.
One of the interesting and charming
characters of south Jersey Is Rev. Perlo
j.u utiutn jvoiciuoj "v. - j ianuoipu isuruicK, n wuuuu uu
guessed he would take the baby for uevoted uer uf0 to the work of upllft-
n Tt-alL-" oho rnntinueri. "I asked'. r....ni. i ni..nu
a walk," she continued. "I asked ; . ,hcrs Mrs Burdlck is a talented
him why he was not working and ae wom fu of fire and encrgy, yet gen
did not answer me. He left with the ; , wininp. sn that ehe commands
baby and that was the last I Haw of i uttentlon wnerever she appears.
Last appearance here.
Last appearance here.
Last annearance here.
4 '- viJiiC
Will play its last game In Pendle
THnrartnv, T-IHmv. Saturday, Sundav
rnursnay, fiaay, Saturday, suntiay
rm 1 n.t.u.. r. n . . . l r i
i uuiBUUj, r rmtij , ouiuruu) , ouuuuj
IN OUR NEW QUARTERS
THE PENDLETON SHOE CO. I
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.
takinsr mv baby."
Mrs. Donnally is prostrated over
the disappearance of her husband,
but there Is nothing to be done. He
may return as he hinted to a friend,
something to that effect by long dis
tance 'nhone from Umatilla yester
day evening, and he may not.
TEAM FELL A HUNDRED FEET.
Miraculous Escape From Injury at
Coeur d'Aiene, Idaho, Aug. 27. A.
L. Best and A. H. Best, who are en
gaged on a contract of putting in logs
for the Idaho Lumber Company, of
Post Falls, about three miles down
the Spokane River from this place,
are congratulating themselves over
the miraculous escape of their team.
They were hauling logs Monday, to
the bank of the river, which at this
point descends almost perpendicular
ly down a rocky cliff for a distance
of 150 feet. As the men unfastened
the binder of a load, a log suddenly
shifted to the lower side, upsetting
the load, which, together with the
wagon, went over the embankment,
carying the team with It.
There was a terrific crash. The
boys hurried down, expecting to find
their team ground to pieces on the
rocks. But to their astonishment,
they found the wagon had caught by
a spur of the bank and the team was
suspended heads downward. Upon
examination the horses were found to
nave escaped without any Injury
whatever, while the only damage to1
the wagon was a broken tongue. Thei
fall, Mr. Best says, must have cover
ed a distance ot nearly 100 feet
church in ISSo. She has done effective
evangelistic work in New York, Penn
sylvania, West Tlrglnln, Iowa and New
Jersey. During her career she has tied
the knots which bound forty-five loving
couples in the bonds of mntrlmony and
delivered comforting messages to the
relatives and friends of eighty-nine per
sons who have died. She has, too,
preached a thousand sermons and con
ducted meetings innumerable.
For Scnlda and Bnrna.
The following Is a simple remedy for
scalds and burns: Dissolve ln boiling
water as much epsom salts as the wa
ter will take up. Let It get cool and bot
tle up and keep In readiness whenever
accidents of this kind are likely to oc
cur. Let It be labeled, "Solution for
scalds and burns." Keep clothB well
wetted with this solution on the scald
or burn, being careful not to remove
the cloths, but supply fresh solution,
o that they may be always wet Keep
on for a few hours, and If the injury be
not very severe a cure will by that time
be effected. No time should be lost
after the accident in applying the solution.
DEATH OF MRS. BLACKMAN
Experts Report Greater Finds Thai
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 27. The first
press message to the outside world
by wire from Valdes was recnivPfi hv
the Times last nlcht. th tele erranh
line just having been completed. The
dispatch reports that Robert Blel, the
expert sent Into the Nazlna River ills
trict by Cantain DeLamar.
reached Valdes and reports that the
wazina district has tho greatest
mines in Alaska, and that tho n
per property there In the m-nntnst in
the world. The richness of the coun
try, Captain Blel says, Insures the
building of a railroad at the earliest
possible season. Mountains of tin
have been found near Mount Wrangle
iou nines distant. Tills is tho creat.
est season of discoveries Alaska imn
Prevented From Lynching New York
Motorman by Police,
New York. Allir. 27 rtnnntia, nno
of a nartv of 15 Itall flriK wnc flin srs
at Jerome avenue and Potter place
by a trolley car. thn mon in h
attacked tho motorman, John O'NolJ,
DUUCd llUn OIT the nnr nml !., 1.1.
- - ..m ubub mill
and attemptod to drag him to a tree
with the Intention of hanging him,
Then passengors of tho crowded car
interfered and fighting ensued, but
police reserves appeared, drove the
I The Best
i Shoe on I
I Earth for I
Ddly Em Or0MlM by wri;
my w wmmm
frolght, accompanied by the brothor
of tho stricken woman, Frank Patl
son. A Later Report
Mrs. H. A. Blackman died yester
day afternoon at 4:30 from the effects
or a gunshot wound Inflicted acciden
tally while a revolver was being han
dled at her homo in this city. Mrs.
Blackman was a handsome young
woman of 19 years and had been mar
ried but a short timo. Monday night
she was moving- a revolver, when it
was discharged, tho bullet Btrlklng
below the loft breast and taking a
course downward. After the accident
neighbors quickly gathered and phy
slclans were summoned, but the case
seemed hopeless. She lingored for
20 hours but nothing could be done tt
No ono waB with Mrs. Blackman
when the acldent occurred, and none
of the particulars can bo had fur
ther than the facts gathered by
neighbors who entered the" house up
on the report of the pistol. The wo
man was found crouched down on the
lloor, and to the first woman who en
tered the house she muttered: "I did
not know it was loaded." Just how
the accident occurred will never be
Most Effective Advertising.
That advertising Is the most effect
ive which attracts tho eye and ap
peals to tho brain. Strong adjectives
may be as much out of taste ln an
advertisement as in a bit of more
aspiring literature. Exaggeration 1b
always to be avoided. People nowa
days demand sincerity in all matters
of business. It is observable that all
the big and successful advertisers are
most careful as to their statements
of fnct. They realize that confidence
Is the key-Btone in the arch of trade.
Their success came of their jealous
regard lor their work
Week day games 3:30; Sunday 3 p.m
Week day games 3:30; Sunday 3 p.m.
Week day games 3:30; Sunday 3 p.m.
Alta street grounds.
Alta street grounds.
Alta street grounds.
Fastest games of the season.
Fastest games of the season.
Fastest games of the seaBon.
"Lay on Macduff and damned be
he who first cries duff enough," is a
remark M. Macbeth once made to a
frienj of his with whom he was about
to have a little difficulty. La Grande
RE A I
acres In Au!f. w i2
and lrricat-d pX.2vIWmS1
land. Clone tn imt.i i?-.!
Ko better ga.den land oi'
Prilrie. "w "Utta
Town property of eroj deKritbT
Property ihown ln ctUer tm
without expenw to jon. CmaTLT.
will treat you rljht.
Office in E, 0.
P.O. Box 324 PENLLWmc
First clasa work. AllkbitfJ
j. miuuiug ouppua.
line of rpnafrfno mr,A
work done promptly md iK
B. F, BECK,
732 Cottonwood St,
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
ST. JOE STORE.
THE LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
14 lots, close to Sisters' School, from $50 to $125. fljjjg,
10-room Eeeideuce on West Court Street; very dealraWe
a bargain at $3700. . WeifWMth4
13 lota in Reservation Addition from f40 to $120. Well
money asked. , , , , . fm vjin. A
6-room Cottage on West Alta Street, four blocks from
splendid place to live. Big Bargain at fllOO. fombrf
Sev.ral very desirable lots north of the river, not far irom m
Good investmente, $75 to $250.
It will pay j ou to investigate these citv property on m
Some splendid wheat ano grazing land close to town.
money to invest in real esUte, see me.
W V Eirnhnnrr Real Estate and Itsf'V
W. f. tarflflean, Association Bio.
JN AND WEBB STREETS, PENDlETOH.