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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1902)
New Fall and Winter Hats
Soft and Dcrbys
The "Elk Brand"
A Guarantee Goes Wjth Every Hat. Prices $1.25 to $5.00
Closing out of Golf 8hlrts at Closlug-out Prices.
Our Line of Men's and Bo.v'8 Shoes 1 the beat in the City.
One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters, Pendleton
729 Main Street
FROM BEET PULLERS
WITH A SCORE OF 7 TO 6.
Walla Walla Puts It Over Baker City,
Making Two Games for the Sharp
shooters and One Each for the In
dians and Beet Pullers In the Pres
Standing of the Clubs.
Won. Lost P. C.
Pendleton .... 24 10 .759
Walla Wnlla ..16 IS .470
La Grnnde... 14 19 .424
Hnker City 12 21 .3C6
Pendleton, 7; La Grande, 6.
Walla Walla, 1; Baker City, 0.
Afterh nvlng lost the first of the
series to the Beet Pullers in Ia
Grande 'Thursday, the Pendleton In
dians redeemed themselves by doing
the Pullers up to the tune of 7 to 6!
cd by tho Indians and if they do not
go entirely to nlccca the pennant is
safo 'in their grasp. Today and Sun
day will end the series with Ln
Grande, and eight games are yet to
he played with the Walla Walla ag
gregation, and eight with Baker
City. Tho next series will bo played
In tills city with the Pakor City team.
Tomorrow's Home Game.
Tomorrow afternoon there will be
a fierce nnd furious game of baseball
on U10 local diamond. P.oy Alexan
der's Wonders and an All-Pendlcton
team are to cross bats for honors,
and this will no doubt be a good atnn
tour game, well worth the time spent
in witnessing While the Wondors
are mado tip or young follows and
the All-Pondleton's of old ball players,
It is expected .that the little team
will hold the enemy down. Tho Won
ders have played games this sea
son nnd it is the only team In tho
Northwest with a percentage of 1000.
Jt has not lost a game.
NEW DEPUTY ASSESSOR.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1902.
The coal strike in West Virginia is
practically at an end. It is reported
-that President Mitchell of the Uinted
-Mine Workers advised the miners to
.return to work.
, According to the observations of
Director Campbell, of the Lick Ob
servatory. California, a larce comet
twill be visible to the naked eye with-)
In the course of the next few weeks.)
A Santa Fe special, carrying Mrs. j
A. C. Dake and daughter irom Wins-,
low, Arizona, to the bedside of a dy-
lng husband and father at Denver,!
Colo., made the remarkable run of
'820 miles between the two cities in
'20 hours and 12 minutes.
The county superior court at At
lanta, Ga., has Issued an order
against the Creditable Loan & Se
curity company, an investment con
cern doing a large business through
out the Gouth, enjoining the further
payment of dues by certificate-holders
and restraining the company from en
forcing any fines or forfeitures, pend
ing the further order of the court.
;The bill alleges that th ellabillties of
the company to its certificat-holders
amount to about $700,000, and the as
sets, as shown by their sworn tax re
turns, amount to less than $150,000,
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Sheep throughout Eastern Oregon
are reported to have been poisoned
by licking potassium stones.
Parties from Heppner have acquir
ed over 3000 acres of land on Willow
Creek and are prospecting for coal.
t'The Ashland Fruit and Produce As-I
Bociation has been shipping out Craw-'
ford peaches in carload lots every
day this week, and the heavy ship-1
ments are expected to continue fori
the next ten days.
A pioneers' meeting Is being held
at Olalla this week. Over 20u0 peo
ple are In attendance. It is being
held near the famous Olalla battle
field, on which pioneers and Indians
battled many years ago.
A feature of the session of the
State Board of Equalization now be
ing held at Olympia, Wash., is the
W R. Glendenlng.
Bruce Wallace, Michigan.
xV. C. Newell. Portland.
X. B. Macken. Portland.
J. H. Schively. Olympia.
C. A. Wiliets. Boston.
George S. Re!!. Portland.
Susie Bird. Missouri Bailey.
Mrs. R. B. Xoyes, Mondamln.
Mrs. J. W. IRime. Guthrie.
F. S. Myers, Portlnnd.
A. Roderick Grant, Portland.
E. E. Moon and wife, Hurdl&nd
J. H. Mendenhall. Seattle.
I. A. Baker. Portland.
W. F. Merriam, Minnesota.
D. E. Hall. Portland.
George S Bell. Portland.
S. S. Gill. Spokane.
W. J. Miller, Mmaha.
The Golden Rule.
F. J. Gardner. Portland.
Mrs. J. E. Kidd, Canyon City.
Mrs. F. A. oungerson, Canyon
Winnifred Hunsucker, Canyon City
Mrs. G. E. Bataw, Baker City.
J. J. rtenry. Wheeling.
Mrs. A. R. Graham, Harrington.
Mrs. William Donn, Harrington.
C. C. Forrester, Denver.
F. M. Mulkey. Pilot Rock.
Miss Nellie -Mulkey, Pilot Rock.
G. F. Otis, Passadlna.
T. E. Dorsey, Spokane.
P. R. Tyos8em. Ellensburg.
F. H. Beathe, Weston.
Frank Stahlman and family,
V. F. Moore, city.
J. Arlington, Weston.
B. Johnson, Camas Prairie.
C. M. Pierce, Weston.
C. E. Craig, city.
C. J. Fraker, city.
Charles Serelt, Helix.
J. H. Hascall. Pilot Rock.
O. S. Davey, Walla Walla.
Nate Paiz, Valley.
George McGllvery, Spokane.
P. E. Hunsucker. Spokane.
W. Williams, Portland.
G, D. Galley, Portland.
A. J. Hall. Spokane. T.
MIsb D. Hafner, Helix.
Walter Hafner, Helix.
T, Hemierdlnger, Golden Gate.
Sol Lemey, -tmena.
G. F. Jackson, Dayton.
H. D. Lease and wife, Conover
W. J. Hughes, Boise.
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him
die, and a son riding for life,
under delinquent tax sale. As an ex-1 to
ample. Pierce county has bid in $540,-1 miles, to get Dr King's New Disco
000 worth of property. ! ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Henry Howe and Joseph Shannon. ! ?Jda Wl ot ,Lec3y,Ue
who hail from Arizona, are the own- InJ- endured death's agonies from
era of an old-time prospector's outfit asthma, but this wonderful medicine
which left Baker City for Thunder' re instant relief and soon cured
mountain a few days ago. The out-,nlm- He writes: "I now sleep sound
fit consists of a uack train of fouriJr every night," Like marvelous cures
burrows and two riding horses
Friday. This shows that the
was close and it was fast and furous
up to the end of the fifth Inning,
when Interest somewhat lagged and
the teams did considerable rag chew
ing from that on.
"Up to the end of the third the
tennis wont down in short order and
the game stood 0 to 0, but in the
fourth Pendleton pulled herself to
gether and by the aid ot a few errors
by La Grande at critical times; ran In
five tallies. In hte fifth and sixth i
nothing was made by the Indians,
but in the seventh they made two,
more, making the score 7. La Grande
made her first run in the fifth when
two men crossed home plate and In
the sixth and eighth the same num
ber were made In each.
Considerable dissatisfaction was
caused by the decisions of Umpire
Russell, and La Grande claims to
have last the game because of his
Clark Nelson, of Weston, Appointed
to Fill This Place.
Assessor-elect C. P. Strain, who will
game) assume his duties as county assessor
Schllls. 3b ...
-Stovall. lb ..
T. Adams, c .
Hammond. If .
Schmidt. 2b ..
Taylor, p ....
. 4 2
the first of the coming year, has an
nounced that he will have associated
with him as deputy, Clark Nelson, of
Mr. Nelson Is one of the rising
young men of the east end town and
his many friends will be pleased at
his good fortune. He is a native Or
egoniau, having been born In Weston
and Is only 21 years of age, but Is
well fitted for tho position to which
he has been appointed. He attended
the Weston public schools and gradu
ated from the Eastern Oregon State
Normal in 1S98. Later he took the
normal post-graduate course and the
following year wont to Portland
Business College from which instltu
tlon he graduated in the present
Excursion to Washington, D. C.
On the occasion ot the G. A, R. en
campment, to be held at Washington,
D. C, October C to 11, the O. R. & N
Co. will sell round trip tickets at
S69.S5. Dates of sale September
and 30. limit 30 days. Choice of
routes, going and coming.
Totals 3G 7
G. Adams, It .
Edwards, lb .
R, Brown, ss
Bolin, rf .....
McGucken, p ,
4 2. 11
A mass meeting of employes of the
different railroads in the state was
held at Hillyard, Wash., last night.
A resolution was passed denouncing
the, railroad platform supported by
Governor McBride as being detri
mental to railroad Interests and rail
road men in general.
Dr. Taggart. of St. Paul, Is in East
ern Oregon looking over the agricul
of Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchi
Us. Coughs, Colds and Grip prove Its
matchless merit for all Throat troub
les. Guaranteed bottles SOc and $1.00
Trial bottles free at Tallman & Co.'s
Totals 34 C 7
Score by Innings.
Pendleton 00050020 0 7
La Grande .... 00002202 0 6
Earned runs La Grande, 4; Pen
Bases on balls By McGucken,
by Taylor, 2.
Two-base hits Black.
Home run iBolln.
Struck out By McGucken, fi;
Double plays Schmidt to Fay
Stovall; Brown to Fay.
In Baker City.
The game between the Walla Walla
and Baker CU7 teams ended the
same way that It did the day previ
ousin favor of Walla Walla. This
was a good, close game, however,
and in this respect did not resemble
the game of Thursday. The score
was 1 to 0 and at no time were hon
ors safe for either side.
Pendleton Still Ahead.
Pendleton Is still almost out of
sight of Walla Walla, that team hold-
1 lng second place for the pennant.
Eighteen more games are to be play-
DESK : :
The product of
England and Scotland. t
Everything for the desk.
Prices as low as quality
will justify. '
Phone, Main 851.
tural advantages of this section of
the country. He says that from MIn-Lav ftdlled to th facultv.
The University of Oregon.
The University of Oregon will open
its 27th session at Eugene, Wednes
day, September 17th. The outlook
for the year seems at present, very
promising. c A number of new men
nesota alone about ,5 000 people ill I throrough, fltted DOth Dy pre,)ara.
come to Oregon and Washington as.. , . b exerjencei for their
result or the low rate, wiiicn nas ueen; worJ The UnlverfjUy bllndings are
made for this section of the country., be,ng ropared ana jmpr0ved during
Captain Samuel Bass, who came to J the summer, the dormitory, gymnasl
the Pacific coast in 1859, settling In un and Leady hall receiving especial
Oregon, died at Whatcom. August 28. attention. Students intending to en
aged 71 years. He hart ben promt- ter this fall are Invited to correspond
nent in democratic politics in this (with the president relative to their
state and Oregon for the last 40 1 work. Catalogues will cheerfully be
years, holding numerous federal and i sent on application.
state offices. He was born at Mount
Holly. N. J., in 1831. ' Not Doomed For Life.
"I was treated for three years by
good doctors," writes W. A. Qreer,
The Glenola has been busy for the
naat two days transporting about 5000
sheep, belonging to John Little, on
Antelope, from Lyle to The Dalles.
They will be shipped over the O. R.
& N. and Northern Pacific to Chica
gb, where it Is expected that they
will -bring a very good price, as they
are in the vory best of condition.
McConnelvllIe, O., "for Piles- and Fis
tula, but when all failed, Bucklcn's
Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks."
Cures Burns, Cuts, Corns, Sores,
Eruptions. Salt Rheum, Piles or no
pay. 25c at Tallman & Co.'s drug
It Is worth something to
buy your Stationery where y
the styles are correct. S
We buy direct from the
maker. No middleman to if.
work on" his dead stock on
us as "the latest thing."
We keep abreast of the
times. . We know what's 2j
right. Our prices are right
and our styles.
Prices all the way from 10
cents to $1 a box.
Paper and envelopes in S
bulk, aud fancy tablets with 5
envelopes to match. We W
have a few boxes left which S
we are closing out at cost. 1
I Stationery Store.
I have bargained with a
competent Timber Cruiser
On the line 0. 3 railroad
now under construction.
This means a big chance
lor first-comers. See
good farms for
Your money ba
If ysH are Mt sctisffed
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proud repataUon ot M Tears ot conunuous suocets, would make iscfa Twos?!??
ft out to Uie letter?
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ST. PAUL, MINN. DAYTON, OHIO ST. Levi. Mt,
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Come to us for your
We will supply your wants,
plums and grapes.
Canteloupes, Watermelons and fine cooking andj
We make a specialty of supplying the cleanest
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GROCERY AND BA
The place to get clean, fresh goods.
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
Telephone Red 34 i
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Offers: College Preparatory Course
Takes nil grades from Sub-Primary up. Graduate eate
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Graduates taking 27 weeks Supplemental Work can tak'
Certltlcates on same basis as Normal ttcnools. i-au term op
tember 15. For catalogue address
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but the choicest wheat enters into Byers flour, :
satisfaction is the result whererever it is used for brt -H
or fancy baking.
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
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