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New Fall and Winter Hats
Soft and Derbys
The "Elk Brand"
A Guarantee Goes With Every Hat. Prlcos $1.25 to $5.00
Closing out of Golf Shirts at Oloslug-out Price?.
Our Line of Men's Mid Boy's Shoes is the beat lu the City.
One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Halters, Pendleton
729 Main Street
CITY RECORDER M'COURT RE
THUKSLaY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1902.
. Eight hundred cement finishers and
feelpcrs are out on a strike at Chi-
Cole and Jim Younger will apply
ibt a full pardon. They desire to re
Born to Missouri.
Tne bicycle trust wants Its affairs !
St in better shape and has asked for
Shj appointment of a receiver In the
interest of the bond and stockholders.
"George T. Granger, mayor of Louis
wflle, Ky., announces that he is in fa-
or of prize fighting and that he will
sat interfere with the McGovern-Cor-' Crosse.
George E. IC Fichtner, Portland
AVllliam Newbano, Portland.
P. C. Holland, Portland.
W. Mourt and wife, Idaho.
T. C. Warner, wifo and son.
A. Christmas, Spokane.
Mrs. A. A. Rose. Idaho.
B. W. Wnrren, Denver.
A. D. Chase, Portland.
W. J. Miller, Omaha.
Francis Jenkins. Moscow. Idaho.
Gertrude Jenkins, Moscow, Idaho.
u. is. I'raej, Portland.
It. J. Price, Boston.
Mrs. Ella Harrison, St. Louis.
Miss Ida Platter, Seattle.
J. J. Burns, Portland.
W. F. Bales. Portland.
M. F. Piatz, La Crosse.
Mrs. A. Platz and daughter.
A great sensation has been caused I
ito Spain by the arrest of several (
Bfeh officials charged with defraud i
fag the state to the extent of $-tOu.onol
ad with accepting bribes,
Official statistics show that 954,000
fereigners visited Rome from Janu
ary to June of this year. The total
arrenue from these foreign visitors
& estimated at $io,000,000.
Governor White, of West Virginia,
fas been petitioned by union miners
o send troops to preserve order until
Cfce strike is over. They give as a
season that the troops are mostly j
smion men and loolr upon non-union '
i with the same contempt as they!
Representatives of 40 butter reno
vating creameries met recently In
Chicago and organized a national or
ganization of Process Butter Manu
facturers. The objects of the associ
ation are to keep In touch with one
another, keep down the purchasing
Snce. and to better the trade.
"Seventy-five hundred, out of 12,000!
carpenters connected with the New
Tort District Council of the United'
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Join
ers, have struck for an advance In
wages. Thirty-five hundred of the
aSrfkers want their demands almost
Ksbnediately. The Master Carpenters'
l&ssnr.iatlon. has decided unanimously
refuse all demands.
H. W. B. Smith, Baker City. -J.
S. Beaming, Colorado Springs.
H. H. Scovel, San Francisco.
H. H. Cromps, Memphis.
Mrs. W. D. Parker and mother.
G. W. Laundagln, Waltsburg.
W. H. Wbodswroth, St. Louis.
It. H. Caston, Spokane.
George Harris, Spokane.
Andy Nylander. Chicago.
J. Sullivan, Portland.
F. Logan, Chicago.
Mrs. J. J. Itoulston, Adams.
G. M. Bullard. La Grando.
(PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Die total fish pack for the season
at Astasia is estimated at 399,600
ues, being a deficiency of 40 per
Jeff Maynarus separator exploded
isnS was burned while threshing near
Cotton, Wash. This is the fourth
thresher to be destroyed In this man
ner In Whitman county this season.
So great has been the Influx of
people to the Yakima valley during
tfce present season that hotel accom
modations In North Yakima are not
eqnal to the demands. The hotels
and boarding houses are now crowd
ed. C, R. Mays, who has a large farm
aear Almota, Wash., finished thresh
fc,gh Is oats lately and had an average
yield of 79 bushels per acre from 5C
arres. The oats are of the white va
riety and the quality of the grain Is
tee. Mr. Mays began threshing 375
acres of wheat then, which, he Is
wnfident. will yield at least 40 bush j
s& per acre. t
The Golden Rule.
C. E. Hicks, Spokane.
W. H. Gurin, Caldwell.
Mrs. J. Robinson, Baker City,
J. Baty and wife, Salt Lake.
John Geusman, city.
Sol Camp, Baker City.
Dr. William G. Davis, San
A. Pefferle, Portland.
Charles L. Pinkerton, Weston.
C. J. Frakor, Valley.
John Hagen, city.
C. Peterson, city.
George Strong, Boise.
William Spoor, Elgin.
Emma Keough, Salt Lake.
A. S. Wlllets, Condon.
Ingalls Stockslager, Halley.
City Council Accepted the Resigns
tlon of City Recorder McCourt
Discussed Improvements, Appoint
ed Special Committees and Allowed
the Regular Monthly Bills.
The business of the city dads at
the council meeting was limited Inst
night. City Recorder John McCourt
tendered his resignation, which was
accepted, but his successor was not
appointed. Mr. McCourt will con
tinue to do the business of the police
court until his successor Is appoint
ed and qualified, which will bo done
as soon as a full meeting of the couu
ell can be hnd. Mr. McCourt has act
ed ns recorder since the first of the
year and ills resignation was handed
In because of the forming of a part
nership In the law business with John
J. Balleray. The council tendered
him a vote of thanks for thoofllctcnt
way in which he has conducted the
Street Grading Discussed.
The question of grading streets nnd
improvements was brought up nnd
uiscussed at length. Mayor Halley
reported that the Leo street bridge
was needing repairs and also Main
street bridge. Councilman Sommor-
vllle was appointed specinl commit
teeman to confer with the county In
repairing this bridge nnd the city
would pay Its share of the expenses.
Petition for Grades.
A petition was presented by Ellon
Livermore with nine signers, to have
grades established on the north side
of the river where there are no offic
ial grades. Conncllmen Clopton,
Dickson and Johnson were appointed
to investigate and report as to what
they thought best to be done in this
matter, but it was the concensus of
opinion that the grades should be
Mrs. Llvermoro nlso presented
petition with four signers asking that
a grade be established on Main streot.
between Jackson and Wilson streets,
and for a sidewalk along the same,
This was referred to the ordinance.
Petition for Extension of Levee,
E. Egerts presented a petition to
have the levee extended from Its
present terminus to the J. D. Price
farm. The petition was signed by
nine- people, but It was postponed
and no action taken.
A committee consisting of Sommer-
vllle and Clopton was appointed to
collect the city's share of road taxes.
The usual monthly bills were al
lowed and were as follows:
P. E. L. & P. Co S29G.00
Dr. D. J. McFaul 2.00
Walter Wells 500.00
East Oregonlan 3.00
William Hlckey 2.00
Charles Beale 3.00
H. J. Stlllman 75
W. R. Wltheo 37.50
T. T. Nelson C.50
Pendleton Water Works 140.00
Fred Kemper 1.25
FRAZIER REMAINS THIRD.
In Race for Journal Loving Cup, to
Be Given to the Most Popular
Goorgo E. Strcotor, of Portland, Is
now almost 2000 votes ahead of his
closest competitor for U10 Oregon
Dally Journal's loving cup, bolng ad
vertised to bo given away on tho 13th
Instant to tho most popular Elk.
Streotor's friends nro making a
strenuous effort to win the cup for
him. His closest rival is B. B. Rich
also of Portland, and Frank Frazlcr,
of Pendleton, Is still In third place.
Frazlor'e friends are not making any
blow about what they are doing and n
surpriso may he In store for the
PortlaiuIItcshc foro the contest closes.
For tho three lenders In the contest
tho vote stands: Streoter. 20,902;
Rich, 24,909; Frnzier, 10,800.
Not Doomed For Life.
"I was treated for threo years by
good doctors," writes W. A. Greer,
McConnelvllle, O., "for Piles and Fis
tula, but when all failed, Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo cured mo In two weoks."
Cures Burns, Cuts, Corns, Sores,
Eruptions, Salt Rheum, Piles or no
pay. 25c at Tallman & Co.'s drug
"Madam," said the facetious
boarder to tho landlady, "are these
"I think they must be," replied tho
lady; "you appear to have stored
away five of thorn." Cleveland Plain
For parents to nogloct thoir children's musical ,
nn irtti KnnnnaA if nlntna tlinm nr n .
r. r. " : . uvmmn
uii wiuii iivt'Oi iiiu jjiuiiu ut&a uuuumu 5U popular
M1itYV f lin ( Mint? nn akmH v 1 t.
rogulnted homes, and parents who do not look affo
ilinii- nil llfl rnn 'a mnoinnl olnnnh'nn n n ilnt,, it
r 1.1 . i .,
wur easy payment, pian muses n possiDio lor everj
family to liavo a high grado piano. Come in and ii
S. L. Wakefield & Co.
MUSIC WAREROOMS, COURT ST.
Come to us for your
Mrs. Zolla McNutt
C. Douglas and wife. Walla Walla. George R, DeMott & Co
Miss Edna Nelson, Walla Walla.
Miss Alice Stickney, Sioux Falls.
Miss Mary E. Smith, Spokane.
Mrs. S. Lane, Weston.
D. S. Brace, Spokane.
W. C. Williams, Itoslyn.
Mrs. Dr. Swope, TJklah.
W. S. Sterlweg, Portland.
R. N. Thompson, Portland.
A. W. Elam, Milton.
Cora Marrlfield, Milton.
Mattle Piper, Milton.
Mrs. M. Jackson, Spokane.
C. S. Downer, Spokane.
Sam Lee, Spokane.
Dott Oarrett, Athena.
C. S. Downer, Spokane.
Sam Lee, Spokane.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
H. H. Cravy, Waltsburg.
S. A. Reaves, Waltsburg.
E. E. Pinkerton, Weston.
Mrs. Farrough, Valley.
W. H. Hawes, Athena.
A. J. Nelson, Athena.
J. S. Price, Athena.
P. Prlchart, Athena.
C. W. Markles, city.
M. H. RJce, Freewater.
A Boy'a Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him
J. W. Klmbrell 12.00
Tallman & Co 2.75
J. M. Palmer 1.50
M. B. Keys C.50
B, S. Waffle 11.50
Charles Beale 2.50
Jay & Jensen 1.50
E. D. Bennett
Pendleton Planing Mill
G. W. Nelson 19.80
S. Osborn . . .
D, Turner 16.00
Dean Shull ....
Grunie Hays 6.00
Protection Engine Co.
Pendleton Hose Co. No. 3 .
The water In Snako River is so low j to die, and a son riding for life. 18
iat the O. R. & N. Company has an-1 miles, to act Dr King's rew Discov-
-omincfvi that It will accent no more 1 erv for Consumption. Coughs and
m freleht until the fall rains begin, i Colds. W. H. Brown, of Leesvllle
Sswer than ever before known at this asthma, but this wonderful medicine
season. This is bolioveu to ik uuf , cavo ln3tant relief and soon cureu
fe the larce amount of water taken him. Ho writes: "I now sleep sound-
out by large Irrigating companies In . y every night." Llko marvelous cures
Southern Idaho. of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchi-
Forest fires aro raging In the north-'tis. Coughs, Colds nnd Grip prove its
stern nart of Clark county. Wash-; matchless merit for an xnroai irouu-
Sutrton. nnd considerable damage Is
reported up to this time. Fino tracts
oi timber aro being destroyed, and
fine total loss from tho flames will un
mbtedly be heavy before tho fall
alns quench the fire. Twelve hand
ed cords of wood, the property of
yranl: Kuhlk, of Woodlawn, have
les. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00
Trial bottles free at Tallman & Co.'s
Owing to tho scarcity of water nti
nrownsvllle. the woolen mills are
obllced to divide time with the flour
ing mills and only run four days In
It Is worth something to S
buy your Stationery where 55
the styleH are correct. jg
We buy direct from the
nmker. No middleman to S
work oil' IiIh dead stock on
us aH "the latent thing." jsj
We keep abreast of the
times. We know what's &
right. Our prices are right
and our styles. j
Prlcen nil the way from 10
cent In $1 n lox.
Paper nnd envelopes in j
bulk, and fancy tablets with
envelopeH to match. We
have a few boxes left which
we are closing out at coat. '&
FRAZIER' S I
Book and I
The product of the most
celebrated milk in New
England and Scotland.
Everything for the desk.
Prices as low as quality
F.W.Schmidt & Co.
Phone, Main 851.
We will supply your wants,
plums and grapes.
Apricots, peaches, pears,
uameioupes, watermelons ana nne cooking ana eatinr
vve mane a specialty ot supplying tne cleanest and best
groceries at tne lowest prices. Prompt delivery.
GROCERY AND BAKERY
The place to get clean, fresh goods.
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
Telephone Red 34 Jl
The Pehdleton Business Gdllep
Large, well lighted, well ventilated arjd
COURSES OF STUDY
Commercial Course Bookkeeping by actual business traluinir aa n-
vlded by "Sadler's Budget System," thorough and complete. Commerijj
Law enters into every buHiuess transaction, and provides the student a knots
edge of his rights and how to protect his interests; Commercial Arithmet
Correspondence and Penmanship. S
Stenonranhtc Course Shorthand bv the Greet lileht Line Rvb."
Typewriting, Spelling, Paragraphing, Punctuation, Correspondence, ManlfC
lng, care ua Management or writing macnines.
r.ill at Mia ndlnfi nf nr writ to "FT. N. TtOTUNHON'. T1T1.T).. Prlnnlm!
Corner Court and Johnson fits Pendleton, Oregou. '
First clasB work. All kinds of
Plumbing Supplies. g
Tinning Everything in the
line of repairing and new
work done promptly and sat- m
B. F. BECK,
732 Cottonwood St.
I have bargainod with a
competont Timber Cruiser
On the le 0. 2 railroad
now nndor oonstruotion.
This means a big chance
for flr8t-comor8. Soe
Havo somo good farms for
There Is No Question
ABOUT THE MERITS OF BYERS' FLOUR
It is the finest grade it is possible to make. Nothing
but the choicest wheat enters into Byers' flour, and
satisfaction Is the result whererever it is used for bread
or fancy baking.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Pt oprietor .
I THE PENDLETON ACADEMY
Offers: College Preparatory Course
Takes all grades from Sub-Primary up. Graduates enter Fresh
mau Class In suuh Colleges as Yale, Princeton, Stauford.
Graduates taking U7 weoks Supplemental Work can take State
Certificates on same bailn at Normal Schools. Fall term opens Sep
teiuler 16. For catalogue address
F. L. FORBES, D. D., Principal.
We are offering this week some exceptional values in
heavy all-wool Ingrains. These carpets were left oyer
from last year's stock and are worth 75c per yd; sale price
57c. You will see some of the patterns in the window.
New goods just coming in. Look for September ad.
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.