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Get the Cfaifdren
Ready for School
The vacation draws to a cloBe and Monday the
girls and boys will return to their books, so sco
that they are properly fitted with good, substan
tial, neat appearing shoeB. Don't let the children
be pained by ill-fitting shoes, for it incapacitates
them for diligent study.
We have made a Bpecial study and have secur
ed the right tilings for the girls and boys.
Children's Special School Shoes
Children's and Misses' kangaroo calf, sizes 5 to 8, ti',
sizes 8 to 11, ft. 35; sizes n to 2, 1.50.
The Minnehaha Shoes, the most modern and best wear
ing shoe for girls. Combines style and comfort.
Box calf and kid, spring heel, welt sole, sizes 5)? to S,
fi.50; sizes 8 to 11, $1 75; sizes ujs to 2, $2.
Misses' kid, spring heel shoe, very stylish, sizes nj to
to 2, $1.50. Misses' kangaroo calf, wear rcsistcrs, sizes
to 2, 1.85. Misses' special school shoes, kid, low
heel, sizes aj4 to 6, $2.25. Kid, spring heel, patent tip,
sizes 2 to 6, f 2,50.
FOR THE BOYS-Llttle Gent's box calf, sizes to 13, $1.60.
These are beauties and wear like stone. Little cent's vicl, welt
sole, sizes Bi to 13, 2.00. "Good for Bad Boys" Shoes, the solid
made kind, kangaroo kip, youths' sizes, UK to 2, i'2; boys' sizes,
Parents, Bring in the Children
Dindinge, Wilson & Co. &ae91
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1902
Master Dobson, the Famous Boy VO'
calist, Greeted With a Large Audi
The music warerooms of Wakefield
& Co., on Court street, proved inad
equate to accommodate the large
gathering of people who turned out
last evening to hear Master Thomas
Dobson, the boy vocalist, Mrs. Logan
pianist, and Louis Bruce, the Pianola
Master Thomas Dobson is gifted
with a wonderful soprano voice and
each selection was greeted with
round of applause, while his sister
came in for a goodly share of ap
plause for her skillful playing of the
accompanyments. Mr. Bruce demon
strated the beauties of piano music
when rendered by the aid of the Pia
"Wakefield & Co. are being praised
for the evening of pleasure furnished
the music-loving people of Pendleton
and It is regretted that accommoda
tions could not be arranged for all
FIRE ON O. R. &. N.
Bridge Destroyed Near Bridal Veil
Falls -and No Trains Are Running
From the West
No O. It. & N. trains have arrived
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
potassium and iron. This Com
pound is d powerful alterative,
tonic, invigorator and blood
purifier Sold only by
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
Jn Pendleton todny from the west.
This is because of tho burning of a
bridge near Bridal Veil last night.
Tho cause of the flro Is not known,
but It Is supposed that it caught from
the forest lires which are raging in
For the past several days fire has
been raging in the mountains and
along tho Columbia River, near the
O. R. & N. track, and Is destroying
much valuable timber. The train
due here nt G:20 last night arrived
only a few minutes lato and there
was nothing wrong with the bridgo
when it passed, but the train due
here at 5:40 this morning will not
be here until late this evening, as it
cannot cross until a now bridge is
GREAT MOVEMENT OF WHEAT.
Accident to Harvester.
While working In his harvest fields
on the Tutuilla, W. T. Rigby's thresh
ing machine was badly damaged yes
teruay by running a large stone
through the cylinder. The machine
is a combined and while crossing a
ditch the header picked up the stone
and it went Into the machine before
it could be stopped., Mr. Rigby only
lacked a few acres of being through
harvesting and the machine was
taken to the shed for the winter. He
will finish with his own patent combine.
Going to Palouse.
W. B. Glllett loaded his threshing
outfit at the 0 H & N. yards this
morning and will leave with it this
evening for TJnlontown, Wash. Mr.
Gillett has Just concluded a very suc
cessful run In tho harvest fields of
Umatilla county and will go to the
Washington wheat fields to finish up
the fall run. Ho expects to be gone
until late fall. He is taking most of
his crew as well as horses and
Souvenirs for Ladies.
Mr. Towsley, tho celebrated oper
ator on the Advance Standard rotary
sewing machine, which is practically
two machines in one, as it sows eith
er lock or chain stitch, will bo at
Jesse Falling's store Saturday after
noon and evening and will give an ex
hibition of fancy sewing which every
lady of Pendleton should witness. A
beautiful souvenir will lie presented
to each lady caller. All are invited.
Frank McLaughlin, of Hollx, is in
Mrs. R. J. Dadoly Is in town from
J. B. Kennedy and family liavo
gdnc to Seasldo.
lion. a. u Aiorso was in town yes
torday from Echo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Leezor have re
turned from Portland
Mrs. Julia Kinney, of Astoria, Is
visiting in Pendleton
J. O'Flaherty and H. O'Flahorty
aro in town from Ulaah
Mrs. A. L. -Valloy loft this morning
for hor homo In Portland.
Dick Nye has returned homo from
th charvest Held on the Tutuilla.
Mrs. E. Anderson and daughter.
Miss Anna, aro in town from Uklak
E. E. liewott wns a guest of Hotel
St. George last night from La Grande.
Misses Funnle aud Susan Walters
are at tho Golden Rule hotel from
Miss Agues Flotchor. who has been
visiting In Walla Walla, has return
Roy Alexander has gono to Port
land, whore ho will enter tho Hill
Miss Anna Kennedy, employed in
Leo Teutsch'B store, has gono to
Portland and tho coast,
Thomas Baker returned Thursday
Jrom Portland, where ho spent 10
days attending tho carnival.
Colonel August Arp was an Adams
visitor to town last night. He loft
lor his home this morning.
C. C. Bedford, of Boise, a register
ed pharmacist, has taken a position
at Brock & McComas' drug store.
Air. and Mrs. William Roesch and
daughter, MIbs Frelda, have gone to
Portland to attend the carnival,
W. I). Fletcher has returned from
Jdalto, whore he spent the Bummer.
He will remain hero this winter.
.Mrs. Dlsoway, Mrs. A, M. Raley,
Mrs. Susan Welch and Mrs. Clara Ca
boon have returned from Portland-.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Judd left this
morning for Portland, whore they
will attend the carnival and visit
Mrs. M. A. Sheridan, daughter,
Miss Maude, and Miss Tod Thompson
have gone to Portland to attend the
Mrs. A. J. Dillon, who has been the
guest of Mrs. A. W. Nyo for several
days, left this morning for hor homo
at Meadows .
Charles Kennedy is in town from
Layuse, where he is running the
wurehouso for the Pacific Coast
.Miss Edith Crockott left Thursday
evening for Walla Walla, where she
was called oy tho sickness of her sis
tor. Miss Myrtle Crockett.
J. O. Mack, a former resident of
Pendleton, and now one of tho most
popular knights of tho road, Is In
Pendleton in the interests of his
house, in the commercial line.
Clyde and Will Parkes, nophows of
Joo Parkes, who have beon spending
tho summer in tho mountains with
Mr. Parkes, left this morning for
their home at Walla Walla.
T. H. Herbert, rei.resenting tho R.
P. Smith &San's Shoe Manufacturing
Company, of Chicago, and one of tho
beat-known knights of the grip, is in
town calling on his customers.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor, who returned
yesterday morning from Salem, left
again tho same day with Mrs. Mollle
Lavadore, who was adjudged insane
aud ordered taken to the asylum.
Miss Elsie Folsom, one of tho
teachers in the Pondleton public
public schools, has returned from
her c'inimer vacation and is prepar
ing for the opening of school Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Wall arrived
this morning from Kansas and will
make on extended visit with Mrs.
Will's sister, Mrs, Theodore Dannor
and the Muir boys, who aro brothers
of Mrs. Wall.
W. S. Brown, formorly with the Trl
buno, has gone to Adams to take
charge of the Adams Advance, which
j was unceremoniously left a few days
and Btart grass to growing. Mr.
Hoover is on his way to Salem on a
Thomas Hutchlns and Miss Myrtle
Hawk made application for tempor
ary cortincates to teach school in
TTmntlltn nnnntt- thin innmlni nti. nrn
undergoing a teachers' examination 118 wo11 M to 070,7 other Btnt,on
bofore County Superintendent Now- nlong tho railroads whore thoro Is a
llll. Mr. Hutchlns Is from McMInn- r-rnln wnrnhoiiHO. nnw nreflont a verv
Roads Full of Wagons Hauling the
Wheat From the Country to the
Tho rofida leading Into Pendleton,
vlllc, Or., and Miss Hawk lives in
H. C. Leland nnd wife, old friends
of C. R. Button, tho candy man, ar
rived in town this morning from
their homo In St. John, Mich. Mr,
business man of St. John, and is here 0VCry dlroctlon-
to find a new location. Pondleton
Wheat hauling is the causo. Not
an hour jmsbcs through tho day but
that a wagon, loaded or unloaded,
passes to nnd fro along the roads in
Tli ore is also an activity in and
and this climate suits him bo far and about the wiirohouBcs and many men
no win remain 11 ore ir ho can got a
place to go into business,
Mrs. Louis Hagcn was brought to
town Thursday evoning and placed
under tho care of Dr. J. D. Cole, Buff
ering with a bndly scalded left arm
Mrs. Hagcn was doing her household
work nnd in some mnnner, sho docs
aro kept busy caring for tho grain
which comes in from tho country.
To show that many wheat wagons
aro coming to town daily It is only
necessary to say that at 1 o'clock
today 33 wheat wagonB woro standing
In tho vicinity of tho court house
and Byor's flouring mill. This is
not know how. either dropped her 0?'' 000 placo 18 BaylnB nothing
UUUIIb UUIIIU1UUU T l VJ l U U tUVt
arm Into tho scalding water or spill
ed it on her arm. Sho says that she
became unconscious of whnt she was
ing at other places during the noon
hour. Most all of these wagonB are
doing for a moment, and the accident fo"r, and six-homo teams and many
occurred whlln In ti,iB nnn.minn f them nre doublo wagons. They
... - - a nn . - en ..I.- . . v.
u. 11. ouiiutio, uuu ul uiimuiiu innri
U1) exiuuBivo iarmors, living ThiB ntivi,v wni hn n fitnr for
auvun ana a nan mnes nonnwost 01 u , ,,, u ,lw. i
jmaaeu uirougn lown inurs- m hnv. ,lp4,n rttPnivnA nf .hn warn.
day evening on his way to Portland. nml808 reJl(lv for 8hlpment.
to visit the carnival. From Portland
iu wm bo into mo wiimniotie vni- More whlsky-to-lndlans Cases.
'Jt " vi iu it.wuuo IU 1U1V,0, IU (fc I . , 1 . i 1 ,
otr.,.1- rn,.h If ,o .!,. ,.! a uiHpuiun wub rouuivuu irom uuui
him. Mr. Rnnrinm -nv- , hna nilsslonor Hniloy, of Pendleton, by
sold one carload of wheat out of his Un" .?'8tr'ct Mtora Hall
MOS crop and the rest ho has piled yMtorday, stating that several men
m in nni,i ,! nn.rH it , had been arrested for- Belling whlBky
been too hot to haul, and ho did not ?. lmJlan8 "- Umatilla county, and
care to soil at tho nrevailhnr nrlcn. thnt tnev woro t0 bo brought before
He says a groat deal of tho wheat lllm f?r examination. Mr. Halley did
has been sold from th pnnntrv mir. not stat0 tuo number or the names
HEROIC ACTION OF PAINTER.
Idaho Man Rescues Little Girl From
Being Run Over by Runaway Team.
Hope, Idaho, Sept la. William
Cowper's brave action yesterday
saved the life of a little child, while
her rescuer has a broken leg as the
result of his noble work.
tjowper is a painter nnd paper
hanger. He was going to work when
he noticed a team coming down the
street at full speed. The driver had
fallen from the wagon. A little girl
was standing In the street too fright'
ened to run.
With a bound Cowpor reached the
little one and swung her clear out of
the dashing team to the sidewalk. In
turning Cowper slipped nnd foil,
breaking his leg below the knee.
of the prisoners, but he asked that
either Mr. Hall or Ills assistant, Mr.
Mays, come to Pendleton to conduct
J the prosecution. As Mr. Hall could
not go, Mr. Mays left for Pondleton
last night. Oregonlan, Sept. 11.
We do not tfli
our prices ,L V
Tn qua - .
" uom or
Will soil oil f.
25 per cento?, 4
ana saucer C
nave yon en, I
wu mar 11 j
800 acre stock
720 acre Btockruu
18 (100 acres. On,f;
stock raar.hni In nil
76 per cent can be a
of hay put up
uuo annus, Um
in short, an idelr
$5 an acre. Will is
12,000 head goodST
1000 acre stock Z
fork of tha John?
head of cattle.
320 acre stock 1
620 acre stock i5
Price all right f
I can beat tlnMj
city property, 1 !rt4)u
If you are on Ik jat
me. I will do W SSE
Five hundred head of stock sheep
changed hands the other day at $2.75
per head, not counting lambs. The
latter went at $1.50, per head. The
sale was made by Dock Jackson and
Henry Cauthorn to Baker & Hood,
who have rented the stock farm of
S. W. Jackson. Mr. Baker is a son
of Thomas Baker of Soap Creek, and
Mr. Hood is from tho vicinity of
Tangent. Corvallls Times.
ST. JOE S7(k
Coming In Daily
All the latest creations of style in dress gtf
riving in our dry Roods department and allttik
our clothing department.
Our new stock will be the largest and finest,
question, ever shown in Eastern Oregon.
THE LYONS MERGANTILi
Music by the Bavarian string band,
baturday night at Music hall, com
menclng at 8:30. By special request,
the celebrated Bavarian orchestra
has consented to remain In Pendle
ton and give the citizens an opportu
nity to dance to Its beautiful music
The fire department was called out ag0 by lts formBr ownor Jack Cral&
this forenoon on account of a small
blazo In a shed standing In the yard fnrnio
ot wiiuam lompie, on waior sireei.
Mr. Craig left with his wife for Call
Tho blaze was caused by children
playing with matches, nnd was extin
guished before any damage was dono.
In Real Estate
14 lota, clone to Hiiter' Heliool, from $50 to $125, Rare bargains.
10. room Itoiilence on Wt Court Street; very dexirable location;
a burguin at $3700.
ltt lots in Rfrtfrvation Addition from f 10 to $120. Well woth the
(-roMn Cittfe on Went Alta Street, four blocks from Main. A
splendid place to live. Rig Bargain at $1100.
Bevfral very desirable lota north of the river, not far from bridfe.
Good InveHtnienti, $75 to $250.
It will pay , 011 to inverttlpite these oity property otfi re.
Biiiic Hpiendid wheat and gmzlug lanu close to town. If you have
z money to invHi 111 real enlilf, rt-e me.
I HOMESTEADERS LOCATED.
I W. F. EARNHEART, Association Block.
George Darveau, proprietor of Ho
tel St. George, returned this morning
from Portland, wnero ho had been
taklng In tho carnival. Mr. Darveau
says tho carnival is not as good as
Inst year, but it Is attended by an
Immense mob of people.
Louis P. Bruce, the Pianola expert.
who was at Wakefield's music wnre
rooms last evening nnd assisted in
entertaining the audlonce, was for
merly a resident of Pendleton nnd
with ills brothers, conducted the Gol
den Rule hotel.
J. H. Wells, the- fruit man of Free-
water, was in town Thursday with a
load of watermelons. Mr. Wolls
raises melons by tho carload. He
says they are qulto good and while
the season was not qulto ideal for
tho melon crop, tho output Is as large
C. E. Hoovor is In town from Cam
as iTnlrle. Sir. Hoover is In tho
stock business on the prairlo, and
says that tho range Is getting very
short In that section. The stockmen
are praying for rain to lay tho duat
Monday school opens
and you will want shoes
for the sons and daugh
ters. We have them.
That cannot rip, with
soles prepared to give
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
With good plump Don
. gola stock and protect
ing extension edges.
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
School Tablets FREE.
1 1 er II ,
It was ever our gcof jk,Ac
offer adorns out nHrlui
and salesrooms todr jjblo
isn't one, no matlei
priced, that isn't
the true senss ol
r.acn instrument k8r&)
well worth the moig
V... l.n ..,,. b't'waitai
bv the wav. mavWis
tnllmfntc tint iti
S. L. Wakcftcld &Co,te
MUSIC WAREROOMS, COUESS
I We arc Headquarters for jjf
Eececiallv in InW
and RcckeiE, we l"
finRt lino ever iK
SeeiDg is believi
Come and see.
WL A. RADER,
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