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Last week of the cleaning up of lines of Ladies', n
Gentlemen's, Boys', Misses', Youths' and Children's 5
Shoes tnat arc incomplete,
We want to get rid of these broken lots and th:
week will be one notable in shoe selling for the remark
able low prices we will offer.
Good Shoes T ' 1 ' TH '1 S .Phone n
Cheap JU PUCUglT. YT USUI- VU. Blade 91 g
Successors to Cleaver Bros. "
Come in, and if we can fit you, you will get a rare
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1902.
R. Watt Is In town from Alba.
C. S. Miller, of Echo, la In town.
D. Nichols Is In town from Echo,
B. P. Harper, of Prlnevlllo, la In
H. II. McReynolds Is In town from
E. B. Rinerson and wife aro In
town from Pilot Rock.
A. B. Stephens, a business man of
Umatilla, Is In town.
Hank Means is In town from his
placo of business at Echo.
M. Bery and John Smith are at the
Golden Rulo hotel form Walla Walla.
Representative H. C. Adams Is In
town from the East end of tho coun
John W. Hallor and F. W. Paine
are at Hotel Pendleton from Walla
John II. Gorman, a cattle man from
Uklah, Is transacting business in
Attorney P. L. Sharpsteln, of Walla
Walla, was a guest at Hotel St
George last night.
A. B, Wisdom and family have re
turned from Storkey where they
spent the summer.
Charles White, a prominent stock
man from Birch creek, was In town
today on business.
Miss Hatttle Gluckllch, of LaCygne,
Kas., is being entertained by her
friend Mrs. L. G. Frazler.
D. -M. Arnold and wife will leave
this evening for North Yakima where
they go to mako their future home.
Athena Pres3: Miss Fern Smith
returned to her home in Pendleton
after a few days visit in Athena.
Miss Claire Mousu, manager of the
local telephone office, visited friends
In the east end of the county Sunday,
George T. Hamblln left this morn
ing for Portland where he goes to vuv
It relatives for a few weeks during
the Elks' carnival.
Rev. W. H. Zeller, of Adams, filled
the pulpit at Echo Sunday. He
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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
purifier1 Sold only, by
TALLINN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
preaches in the M. E. church of that
placo twlco a month.
A. C. Halloy, tho carpenter and con
tractor, left this morning for Hot
Lake where ho goes to work on the
now hotel building at that placo.
Mrs. Nelllo Wilson, who has been
hero from The Dalles for several
weeks visiting her parents and sis
ters, has returned lo her home.
Jack Lawson expects to leave in
a few days for his old homo at Swe
dona, 111. Ho will spend tho winter
there and return next summer in time
Miss Francis Fltz Gerald, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fltz Gerald,
arrived homo Saturday evening from
an extended visit to relatives in Port
land and tho valley.
Bishop Cranston, of the M. E.
church, passed through town this
morning on his way home to Port
land, after having attended the regu
lar annual conference in Idaho.
Mrs. Carrie C. Van Orsdall has re
turned from Cripplo Creek, Colorado,
where she attended tho meeting of
tho head officers of tho W. of W. Mrs,
Van Orsdall was re-elected grand
guardian at an increased salary.
Prof. C. W. Howard and wife have
returned to Milton to prepare for the
opening of Columbia college) Scptem
ber 17. Prof. Howard has been trav
eling during the summer in the inter
est of tho college and Is much en
couraged- at tho outlook.
Rev. W. H. Zeller of Adams, who
preached at Echo Sunday, says this
was his last Bermon at that place In
this conference year. The district
confcvenco meets next week at Col
fax and he does not know whether
ho will be returned to his old charge
1. 0. 0. F. BANQUET
LOCAL THREE-LINK MEN EN
TERTAIN GRAND OFFICERS
ARRESTED AND RELEASED.
Two Chinamen Arrested With Stolen
Property, But Were Released.
The two Chinamen, running a
noodle restaurant on West Alta
street, were arrested Sunday night
on charge of having stolen property,
This morning they were discharged
by District Attorney Halley who
found, after an investigation, that
there was not sufficient grounds to
It seems that Gus Lafontain, pro
prietor of the French restaurant, has
been losing silverware for some time.
Sunday evening a man went Into the
noodle house and was served with
knives and forks which had Mr. La-
fontaln's brand stamped on them,
The police were notified and the two
Chinamen arrested. They claimed to
have purchased tho waro from a for
met owner of the place and for this
reason It was deemed that not suffi
cient evidence could bo obtained to
convict the two Celestials as they
were not real thieves and bought the
stolen property with the place.
Exposure to a sudden climatic
change produces cold in tho head and
catarrh Is apt to follow. Provided
with Ely's Crewn Balm you are armed
against Nasal Catarrh. Price 60
cents at druggists, or Ely liromem
5G Warren street. Now York, will mall
It Tho Balm cures without pain,
does not irritate or cause sneezing
It snreads Itself over an Irritated and
angry surface, relieving Immediately
the painful inflammation, cleanses
and cures. Cream Balm quickly cures
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,
Boy3 Misses' and Youths Shoes in the city. You'll
find our prices money savers.
THE PENDLETON SHOE COMPANY
CRPDHI TIQT ne Shoemaker is located m the
DErlVUIOl5 Teutsch Storo. Shoes repaired.
Best material. Best workmanship.
After Business Meeting They Adjourn
to Banquet Room and Spend Re
mainder of the Evening In Feasting
Eureka lodge, No. 32, and Integrity
lodge, No. 92, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, had a meeting and
spread Saturday night which will
long bo remembered In local I. O. O.
The occasion was tho visit of Grand
Master Andrews, and Grand Secretary
Sharon, of Portland. These gentle
men aro paying an official visit to tho
lodges in Eastern Oregon. After
short business meeting at tho lodge
room Saturday night members of the
two lodges marched to the St. George
restaurant where a sumptuous ropast
was waiting them.
Tho table was gorgeously set and
decorated with Odd Fellow colors and
overhead the colors wore si? earning
from the celling and walls. In tho
center hung tho three links In colors,
emblematic of tho order.
After assembling In the hotel din
lng room Senator-Elect Walter Pierce
delivered the .address of welcome.
This speech was not lengthy, but was
to tho point and mado all feel at
homo. Following his talk tho guests
sat down to tho tablo and were serv
ed with tho best which could bo pro
cured, and it is needless to say they
did not fall to do justice to the viands
set before them.
Past Grand Master II. Alexander
was chosen toastmaster and ho did
his part well. His introductory re
marks upon calling out tho speakers
were always timely and to tho point
and ho added materially to the pleas
ure and success of tho evening.
Tho first man called upon after the
meal was Grand Master Andrews. He
responded to the address of welcome
In a few words and his remarks were
good. Tho toastmaster then called
upon Grand Secretary Sharon to give
a toast on the "Conditions of Odd Fel
lowship In Oregon." Following him
Itov. E. B. Jones responded to tho
toast, "The Nowly Married Odd Fel
low." Rev. Jones was only married
two weeks ago and ho was tho proper
person to respond to tho toast and ho
was fully equal to tho occasion.
Mr. Pyle responded to tho toast,
"How to Mako tho Lodges Attract
ive," and his rqmarks were good and
if followed out would do much toward
adding to tho good work being ac
complished by thl sorder.
H. E. Collier talked on "Sociability
in tho Lodges;" B. E. Coon, on tho
"Advisability of Solicitations in Se
curing Mombers;" Mr. Delanoy, on
the "Experience of an Odd Fellpw In
Foreign Lands;" Theodore Howard
on "The Duties of the Secretary;"
J. H. Gwinn, on "The Conditions of
Odd Fellowship in Idaho," and M. B.
Gwinn, past grand master of Idaho,
responded to the toast, "Tho Beauties
of Odd Fellowship."
The toasting lasted untlll almost
ono o'clock and the entire time was
mado pleasant and entertaining by
Toastmaster Alexander who never
permitted Interest to lag.
Cigars followed the -meal and all
who wished to indulge In the soothing
sensation following the use of the
weed were fully satisfied.
Tho gathering was a complete sue
cess socially and much good Is ex
pected to result from tho meeting.
The grand lodge officers left Pen
dleton with a warm placo In their
hearts for their Pendleton brethren,
dcslro -on Snavoloy's part to mako
Alma recoiro tho attention of a young
man named Leo. against her will
and It -may bo said that theso ntton
lions were not of tho kind that fathors
usually hanked after for tholr daugh
ters. Mr. Compton says Snavely was
tho go-between and usually arranged
Tho Snaveloys belonged to that Bet
of religious fanatics called tho Hoi I
noss Gang and they wore fond of hnv
lng Alma como homo from meeting
with young Loo.
To go back n little a warrant was
finally Issued for Loo's arrest charg
ing him with seduction. This is
matter of record. Ho skipped the
country. On his return , Snavely mot
him at the train and gavo him the
glad hand and was mora than anxious
to compromise. Leo was roputed to
have monoy. It seems that thcro was
fathers who will barter tho virtue of
tholr daughters for a cash considera
tion. The father then began his old
occupation of making dates and tho
legal proceedings against Loo were
Finally patlonco ceased to bo a vir
tue and tho girl could bear llfo with
her parents no longer and sho came
eight miles on a bicycle to seek tho
protection of her grandfather.
The attempted abduction proceed
ings yesterday was tho seqUol. Ba
ker City Herald.
EXCURSION TO PORTLAND.
& N. Makes a Low Rate Ac
count Elks' Carnival.
On Wednesday, Sept. 3, nnd this
dato only, tho O. R. & N. Co., will
sell tickets to Portland and return In
eluding ono admission to tho Carnival
at $7.45. Theso tickets will expire
Monday Sopt. 8, and will not bo good
for return nftor that dato. The ?7.45
rate will bo effectlvo but ono day
during tho Carnival Sept. 3 regular
Carnival rato being J9.7G.
Miles C. Kemler and Miss Bertha
Mayberry wero married Sunday morn
ing at tho home of J. Edwards. Tho
bride has been in Pendleton only a
few months, coming here from Day-
tan, Oregon, and has been employed
In tho Royal restaurant. Mr. Kem
ler Is well known hero, having been
engaged with his father, D. Kemler,
In tho grocery business for several
years. Mr. and Mrs. Kemler left this
morning for tho mountains to spend
a few days. They wllr return and
mako their home here.
Special Rates Now In Effect.
Tho settlers rato of $22.60 from
Missouri river points to Pendloton
aro now in errect. uorresponaing
low rates from all points east to tho
coast. Call at the O. R. & N. ticket
offlco for full particulars.
Pretty Girl Flees to Grandfather for
If tho harrowlnpr tale of woes of
pretty 17-year-old Alma Snavely and
tho word of her grandfather, W. r.
Comnton aro to be bellved, and
there Is no reason why they should
not, Alma has had a pretty tough
tlmo of It for a year or more, oven If
life has not been such smooth sail-
InK all tho while.
Alma Is pretty. Sho can't noip
that: but sho didn't Inherit her beau
ty from her father. Perhaps In her
youth her mother was comely. At
any rate the girl's good looks havo
been the bane of her existence.
Yesterday William Snavely, who
lives on a ranch eight miles from tho
city, camo to town and endeavored
to procure a warrant for tho arrest
of W. T. Compton, charging him with
tho abduction of Alma Snavely, who
is yet under lawful age. The Justice
of the peace and tho county judgo
declined to Issue tho paper. Snavely
then procured tho assistance of tho
police force. By stating that the
Comptons wero holding the girl under
duress, Chief Kllbourn consented to
restore tho young miss to her fond
and loving father. He told Mr, and
Mrs. Compton that under the law they
could not hold Alma If ber father de
manded her. When the girl was
handed out officially to her father
sho fought and kicked the author of
her being In a very vigorous manner.
Mr. Kllbourn then washed his hands
of the entire matter and told the girl
to live whero she pleased.
When seen about the matter Mr.
Compton, tho girl's grandfather, said
I the whole trouble grew out of the
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First class work. All kinds of 0
Tinning Everything In the
line of repairing nnd new
work done promptly and eat
B. F. BECK,
732 Cottonwood St.
Dally East Ortgenlan by carrier
nfy 1 cento a wtdfc'
Jail Was Too
And' Winds 'Up' In
A man named Temen, employed at
tho Scouring Mill languished In Jail
last night as tho result of a spreo.
Sunday evening it is roportod that
ho wont to Kino's grove, east of town
and concluding that he owned tho
wliolo placo, demanded entrance
without paying, but was rofused.
Upon being refused admittance to tho
danco platform ho becamo abusive
and was arrested by Special Police
man William Hlckoy, who started up
town with him, but upon his promis
ing to bo "good" tho officer released
him and Tomon wont homo. After
arriving homo ho began to abuso his
wlfo and ralso a disturbance In gon
erol when ho was Interfered with by
a. man who happoned to bo at the
place. Tcmon was then turned ovor
to tho pollco and locked up, but was
released this morning and allowed to
go back to work as today was a legal
holiday and ho could not havo his
trial. Ho will bo up boforo Judgo
Fltz Gorald somo time tomorrow,
ror August ae, 2janlt,i
offer in. Johnson's White SjJ
144 15o Bowls at lOo,
63 50o Toapots at 35c.
26 40o Sugars at 25c,
This is your gain, our JlossJ
Remember for only three days, i
20 lbs. Sogar, $.00
EAST 8IDE VS. WEST 8IDE.
Amateur Ball Game Being Played
This Afternoon by Pickup Teams.
A ball game 1b in progress this af
ternoon on tho Alta street grounds
between two amateur teams. One
team Is mado up of men from the east
sldo of Main street and tho other
from tho west side. Tho teams were
organized in a rush, but those attend
ing tho gamo ore getting their
According to tho report of tho
British commission appointed to in
vestigate labor conditions in the
United States, American supremacy
in manufacturing is due as much to
tho sagacity, nervo nnd skill of our
workmen as to tho Improved labor
saving devices and ingonious ma
chine tools used.
Pure Whit Jar Rubbers
I will offer tor ashort time 840 aenw , ni 1
Wheat land 2 miles from Pendleton, nusii
boshels ot Brain par acre, plenty oi wsttr.l
and Irrigated. Price, 815,000.
160 acres on MoKay creek, i miles froa 1
dleton, bO acres on creek bottom, balance U
num. uio io iuu ions oi nay on it tnli rat-.
No better garden land on earth. l'rlcefJltr
a lew more stock ranches left la CtnS
Brick Dullness block 60x100, Maw street
Town property of every description.
PrODertr shown In ilthi- tr n.
wjfpjut expense to you. Come and sn !
Office in E. O. BofUty j
P. O. Box 824 PENDLETON. Ik 1
ST. JOE STORE.
SATURDAY AND MONDAY,
AUGUST 30 AND SEPTEMBER 1.
Odds and ends from our stock of fine wash fabrics, fancy
lawns, cotton challies, dimities, figured and striped fancies
goods which have sold as high as 15c and 20c per yard.
All reduced special for Saturday and Monday, per yard. . . & 1
THE LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
BARGAINS. IN REAL ESTATE
14 lots, close to Bisters' School, from 450 to 4125. Rare harming.
10 room Residence on West Court Street; very desirable location;
a bargain at $3700.
13 lots In Reservation Addition from $40 to f!20. Well woith the
G-room Cottage on West Alta Street, four blocks from Main. A
splendid place to live. Big Bargain at f 1100.
Bev ral very desirable lots north of the river, not far from brid.
uoou investments, 970 10 szdu.
It will pay 3 ou to investigate these city property offers. I
Borne splendid wheat and grazing land close to town.If you hive
money to invest in real estate, see me.
WF EQrnhpQrt R-tl Estate and Insnrance.
. 1. LdlMCdll, Association m
MAIN AND WEBB STREETS,! PENDLETON.
Undertaking Parlor in connect ton.
Tola signature a onerorbof .' th0f!j
"the naiody tbat cure- - "u "