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Boys7 Clothing and Furmshiags.
FOR DISPLAY SEE OUR SOUTH WINDOW.
Bow' sohnol iults, two piece,
$1.50, 2, $2.60 niul 3.
Boys' suhool suits, three piece,
12, $2.50, $3.50 and f5.
Bovr' kueo nl, 60u, 75o 1
Boys' long panU. f 1.60, $1.75,
$2 ami $2 50.
Hoy' sweaters, white, colored
and trlped, 50c to $1.75.
Key' shirt, soft nnd slUTboi
oius, 50c nnd 75c each.
Bo; s' caps, 25c nud fiOo.
Boys' hnte, all the lute styles,
50c to $1.60.
Hoys' shoes ( w sive vnu 25o
and S5c a pair), $1.25 to t'J.2f.
Every Day Is a Bargain
Day at oar Store,
BAER cV DALEY
One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters, Pendleton
729 Main Street
MARRIAGE RECORD LEADS
THE DIVORCE RECORD.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1902.
Captain Eugene Leutz will com
mand the now battleship Maine.
The United States has ignored the
Haytian order blockading the port of
Five thousand persons lost their
lives lately by the overllowlng of the
West River, In China.
Negotiations are proceeding for
the immediate withdrawal of the Rus
sian troops from Manchuria.
Ex-Queen IJllokainl Is supporting j
the republican ticket In the fight1
against President Wilcox, of Hawaii. '
The mine operators declare that 1
there will be no arbitration and uoj
settlement of the coal strike in any
Several collieries are reported to j
have started this week in the anthra
cite coal region. It looks like the;
miners would loose.
One hundred and ninety-four tons
of cheeks anH drafts hearlnsr im
printed stamps, have been sent in forj
redemption at Washington since last,
The democrats of Colorado have
declared thomsel-es in favor of gov
ernment ownership of all transporta
tion lines and for a constitutional
amendment granting woman suffrage.
An official call has been made for
the 10th National Irrigation Congress,
which will bo hold at Colorado
Springs, Col., October C to 9. An en-i
tire day will bo devoted to the new
national irrigation act its operation
ami possibilities. The basis for rep-
resentation in the congress will be 20
delegates from each state, two for
cities less than 25.000. two from each
county, and two from all commercial
clubs, agricultural organizations,
stock associations, etc.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The populists of Idaho met Wed
nesday at Boise and named a state
Earthquake shocks were felt about
noon yesterday at Oresham and
Snow began falling in Wyoming
yesterday and the mercury dropped
to 30 degrees.
A mln finlii fire Tuesday night
near Alto, Wash., destroyed a sepa
rator, stacker and derrick table and
700 sacks of barley.
Two attempts have been made to
"loop the loop" at Portland, but each
time something happened that pre
vented the feat being accomplished.
Over 500 teachers attended the
teachers' institute of Multnomah
county this week. W. C. Hawley, of
Willamette University, was the prin
Miss Birdie McCarty. of Wayne
county, Michigan, has filed a breach
of promise suit in the United States
district court for $70,000 against J
D. Heryford. a wealthy stockman of
At the annual meotlug of the Spanish-American
war veterans hold at
Portland this week a report of the
monument fund committee showed
that out of 1018 members of the Sec
ond Oregon, who wore entitled to the
$12 clothing pay. 803 have called up
on tho state for their money.
Colorado Springs and Return $50.
On account of the meeting of the
Tenth National Irrigation Congress,
at Colorado 8pring8, Col., October C
to 0, tho O. R. & N. Co. will sell tick
ets to the aboce point and return at
$50. Dates of sale, October 2 and 3.
Limit. 30 days. Stop-overs allowed.
S. T. Spear. Spokane.
L. B. Maciv, Walla Walla.
W. B. Mack, Spokane.
G. W. Hunt, Portland.
C. C. Bedford, Portland.
J. G. Wilson, Portland.
W. R, Glendening, Portland.
W. A. Doyle. Seattle.
T. A. Herbert. Chicago.
G. H. Clarke. Chicago.
C. W. Avery, Bingham Springs.
W. J. Sawyer. Walla Walla.
R. B. .May, Portland.
J. M. Hulg, New York.
F. Lucas. Monmouth.
W. B. Buffner, Walla Walla.
J. E. Martin, Seattle.
S. P. Bruce, Portland.
Frank Spine. Echo.
W. L. 'Swing, Massachusetts.
G. W. Hunt, Echo.
James G. Wilson.
S. S. Bennett, Tho Dalies.
Mrs. G. D. Simmons, La Grande.
The Golden Rule.
G. D. Galley, Portlaud.
Mrs. E. Anderson, Ukiah.
Miss Annie' Anderson, Uklah.
George J. Hall, Cincinnati.
Mrs. George J. Hall, Cincinnati.
Alice M. Fish, Eugene.
I R. E. Porter. Meacham.
J. Jacobs, Portland.
A. George, Portland.
R. W. Cobb, Auburn.
H. W. Cameron, Spokane.
V. H. Loftun, Arlington.
H. E. Lelantl and wife, Aberdeen.
Elllo A. Patterson Hawarden.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
Mrs. John F. Logan, Portland.
Thomas Dobson. Jr., Portland.
W. J. Moore, Spokane.
A. J. Hall, Spokane.
John O'FIaherty, Uklah.
H. O'FIaherty, Ukiah.
E. A. Rugg, Vinson,
ir. Vaughn, Spokane.
F. F. Perham and wife, city.
F. Perham, city.
Miss S. Walters, Helix.
Aliss F. Walters, Helix.
F. M. Laukhlin, Helix.
J. Hanna, Meacham.
Mrs. Jane O'Donnell, Umatilla.
W. A. Whltlock, Weston.
Elmer Dyer. Mayvllle.
Julia Feidiey, Lansing.
Mrs. R. J. Boddy, Athena.
L. E. Shute and wife, Hillsboro.
R. R. Black, La Grande.
F. Neff and wlfo, McBride.
L. Brooks and wlfo, Kansas.
D. G. Brooks, Kansas.
Let me say I have used Ely's Cream
Tlnlm fnr pntnrrh nml ran thornuehlv
recommend It for what it claims.
Very truly. (Rev.) H. W. Hatnaway,
Elizabeth. N. J.
I tried E v's Cream Balm and to nil
appearances am cured of catarrh. The I
terrible headaches from wuicn 1 long
suffered are gone. W. J. Hitchcock,
lato major U. S. Vol. and A. A. Gen.,
BufTalo. N. Y.
Tho Balm does not Irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50
cents, or mailed by Ely Brothers, C6
Warren street, New York.
"A Broken Heart"
Have you seen "A Broken Heart?"
It nnt dn nnt miss vour onnortunltv
1 to witness a play that never falls to
hold un audlunce. Everywhere It is
spoken of as possessing rare power
to move and to entertain. Tho varied
characters chosen by tho. author to
reveal her intention are woven Into
action that In Itself has artistic varie
ty, and Is alive with such elements
as rivet attention.
Tho play Is clean, clear and clover,
and the fact that It Is In Its second
season of success warrants tho state
ment that it has lasting power, which
can be said of very fow dramas. Tho
secret of tlila lies In ho simplicity,
truthfulness and varied human In-
tenets tho author. Miss Esther Ru-
Jaero, has put Into her play. "A Bro
ken Heart" will appear at mo r razor
opera house Saturday, Soptotnber 13.
Warranty Deeds Lead All Other In
struments Condition of County Fi
nances Homes and Schools on Up
While It Is a (pilot time Just now
nmong tho court honso officers, yet
the officials are comparatively busy,
and always have a news Item that Is
of interest to the general public.
Tho county treasurer recently fin
ished his bi-monthly report, the tax
collecting branch of the sheriffs of
fice is busy arranging for the collec
tion of . delinquent taxes nftcr Octo
ber C. and the assessor Is busy with
the tax rolls, the county clerk's force
Is doing regular routine work, .the
recorder Is copying Instruments of
record on the "big book," where men
will go for future ages to see how
their renl estnte stands, the county
superintendent Ib busy propnrlng for
the work Incident to the opening of
the fall term of school, and all of the
county olllcials are occupied and at
their respective posts of duty.
County Treasurer Sommervllle's
last bi-monthly report, made August
31, makes a good showing for the
county. He has n hnlance on hand
of $(4,Sul and tho promptness of tax
payers In paying up their taxes under
tho now law Insures good collections
this fall nnd still better when the new
year's levy is made. The county Is
hammering away at its Indebtedness
and with a few more years such as
the past has been the figures ought
to be knocked Into "goose eggs." The
strong confidence In the county Is
manifested in the fact that although
County Treasurer Soininerville Issued
calls on warrants for the sum of $21.-
13G.10 with Interest nccrued in the
sum of $2325.79. last June and all In
terest has ceaHed on this sum, yet tho
creditors are still holding their war
rants. They know that the money Is
safe and would Just as soon have the
money In the coffers of tho county as
to have it In hank. It also shows
good conditions. When that amount
of money is lying Idle It means that
the monled men are in eaBy circum
stances. Why No Call Will be Made Soon.
With a surplus of over $41,000 on
hand some might ask why there was
not another call made. Tho reason
is simple and satisfactorily explained.
Tho county must alwnys bo on a safe
and Independent basis. It has Its
current expenses to meet and then
the state will soon draw on It for the
amount of tho state levy. This will
be over $20,000 and will have to be
paid early In the fall. Then a portion
of tho surplus Is school money be
longing to various districts and tho
disbursement of this will begin with
the opening of tho schools. It Is pos
sible that no other calls for warrants
will be made until early In the new
year, but with the prospects of col
lections of taxes being good it is
thought that heavy calls will bo made
early in the year.
Registered But Not Called.
Script to the amount of $111,603.78
has been registered, hut has not been
called yet. That seems like a large
sum, stated an official, but when ono
contemplates the enormous wealth
of this county, he finds that It Is a
small matter. Tho county Is on a
splendid basis and is getting better
every year. No ono need hesitate to
come to Umatilla on acount of heavy
taxes or extravagance in office.
The recordu nre the indisputable
indices of the tend of progress In tho
county. Seven Instruments lay In a
stack on Recorder Folsom's desk for
record. "See here," ho said, "Six of
these are warranty deeds expressing
largo considerations and tho other is
a small mortgage that woud neither
make nor break anyone. Warranty
deeds now hold preceedence as to tho
number of Instruments, and tho rec
ord of onn mortgago to six deeds Is
not always the ratio, but tho dally
grind shows that out and out deeds
have the run, and they arc generally
conveyances of home tracks to sub
stantial settlors. The consideration
is alwnys good nnd the amount paid
Is Increasing right along, . showing
that Umatilla lands are growing In
demnnd on a gradual and permanent
County Clerk Chnmberlnln Is nt
ease with his work. Divorces are on
the wane conipnred With this tlmo
last year nnd marriage licenses aro
Increasing. Ten mnrrlngo licenses
were Issued during the mouth of Aug
ust, nnd while this was below the
standard, the clerk has hopes that the
early fall, nnd especially Thnnksglv
lug time will raise the record. A lit
tle more than a year ago It looked
alarming at tho clerk's office. Tho
records made It appear that the num
ber of divorce BtiltR filed would out
number the marriage licenses issued.
June C of that year tho divorce law
yers started In and within about a
week 11 divorce suits were filed. It
was published In tho papers and the
marriageable people seemed to be
come alarmed. Fow applied for mar
riage licenses. The divorce suits led
j right along. The clerk and deputies
discussed the matter nnd argued
along the lines of what would he the
results should tho divorce suits get
such u headway in Umntllla county
that the separations should outnum
ber the mnrrluges. Tho farther they
speculated on the subject the more
gloomy It looked.
Thanksgiving to the Rescue.
But Thanksgiving time came
around nnd the divorce record wns
broken in short order. Evoryhody
seemed to be thankful, or good, or in
n loving mood nnywny tho divorce
lawyers rarely over came alwut the
clerk's office nnd the smiling, blush
ing young man with the toll-tale
story on his face became a frequent
visitor. The license record left the
marriage record way behind and still
leads. If Thanksgiving this Nocom
her brings about as many marriages
as lust the clerk does not think the
divorce record will over approach It
With a good surplus In the treasury,
prospects of largo rax collections,
good citizens buying homes and settl
ing down for life, and the divorce
record fulling behind the marriage li
cense records, and a fino school ays
tern, Umntllla has no reason to complain.
Always btooa, Always JPrcsh
Are frroceries. fruit and vegetables when thev rnmn 1.
store. Wo have nice, sound citrons, just the thing for preset'
ing. There is nothing finer that grows than these citron?
Celery, stnngUeans, egg plant and all the vegetables i
Cucumbers for Pickling
We have the very select kind, both large and small.
Fruits for canning. Pears, peaches, plums, apples, etc,
Tnmntnns fnr nntsiin.
We are the headquarters (or all kind of canning su4 p;e. IR
including sugar, spices, vinegar, etc. j
GROCERY AND BAKERY
The place to get clean, fresh goods.
' R. MARTIN, Proprietor
Telephone Red 34 f
The Pendleton Business Ceum!
Cures more coughs und
colds thnu nil other cough
cures together' nch
bottle wo sell makes a
It's fully guaranteed for
all we claim.
25c und 50c a bottle only
Phone, Main 851. .
3- We are headquarters for jg
all kinds of School Hooks
X and Supplies A full line of
2 new books now on hand,
g We will take your old
books in exchange or pay
in 1 1 rnli.
I TABLETS I
S We have a very large line $
of Sclnol Tablets, the new-
I est and best. Over FIFTY
different kinds now on dis-
play. "We Never Sleep" is
ths title cf our big 5c pen il
tablet, with the picture of an S
owl. It can't be beat. We g
have several others of equal-
ly good value.
NOT A reKLIlSF
BUT A CURE
Different from Others
B cause It gets a' the cause
and removes It. Dr. Perrin lias
used' it 20 years in his private
practice and it CUREH.
The only lute ual Jtemedy.
An Interesting booklet at your
Large, well lighted, well ventilated arjd
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Typewriting, Hoelllng, Paragmohlng, Punctuation, Correspondence, lh!ay0u
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Call at the ofilee of or write to H. N. ROBINSON, LL.D., Printf Her
Corner Court and Johnson Sts Pendleton, Oregou. yg,
We are offering this week some exceptional values Ii"
heavy all-wool ingrains. These carpets were islt ove
from last year's stock and are worth 75c per yd; sale pritii
1:7c. You will see some of the patterns in the windoi.e
New goods just coming in. Look for September ad.
THE PENDLETON ACADEMY"!
, Offers: Colloge Preparatory Course
Takes all grades from Sub-Primary up. Graduates enter Fresh- d
man Class lusuou Uillegesis Yale, i'riucotou, Htnntoru. ;
Graduates taking 157 weeks Supplemental .Work can take 8tt j
Certificates on same banls as Normal Schools. Fall term opens Sep-
tember 15. For catalogue address
F. L. FORBES, D. D., Principal.
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
Is reached in BYERS' BEST. Better flour cannot be madeCj
The cream of the wheat crop enters in Byers' Best
Flour, which is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
GRAND PICNIC AT KiNE'S GROVE
Dancing begins Sunday at 2 p. m. Admission to dancing pi'' j
form 25 cents ; ladies free. Busses to and from the g
grounds day and night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can be engaged Jg
plonio parties by applying to PETER SMITH, at
C RPDfl! Tf QT The Shoemaker is located in i tjgj
U DCKyUlOl, rear of Lee Teutsch's SWtt
.First class repairing, best materials.
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.