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We carry the Celebrated Alfred Dolgc Line and have
them in red, black, drab and green. Julicttes and Slippers.
New line just received. We also have Felt Romeo's and Felt
Slippers for men.. Just the thing for cold weather.
Btadtager, Wilson & Company
Good Shoes Cheap. Phone Main 1181
TO BE ERECTED AT A COST
OF TWELVE THOUSAND.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1902.
It. Allen, of Pilot Hock, is in town
W. G. Estes, of Athena, Is in town,
J. H. Bauer, of Wnllula, is in the
E .S. Waterman is in town from
It. B. Stanflold, of Echo, is at Hotel
Mrs. D. J. JlcFaul is visiting friends
T. E. Ainsworth is in town from
Charles White is in town from his
homo on Birch Creek.
A. M. Elam, the hardware merchant
of Alilton, is in town.
M. P. Barnett, of Burns, is a guest
of the Golden Rule hotel.
T. J. Kirk, of Athena, was in the
City Saturday nnd Sunday.
J. S. Bellinger, the leading job
printer of Astoria, is in town.
R. M. Palmer and J. P. McMinn, of
Walla Walla, were in town Sunday.
C. F. Nichols and wife, of Walla
Walla, are in town visiting friends.
Ed Johnson, Harvey Porter and
Dick White are in town from Juni
per. Joo Holmes and J. Lamborth nro in
town from their homes south of
H. B. Nelson, the brick' manufac
turer of Weston, is registered at
Mrs. Eugene Tausick, of Walla
Your Doctor's Orders to fee
effective must be sapli-
mented by pore drugs
If"ryourJ prescription is
filled by us it contains
nothing but the best in
gredients that your doctor
prescribes for you. We
Wnlln, was the guest of Mrs. M. F,
Kelly Sunday right
Mrs. R. 1). Wiswall, of Camas,
Mont., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. N
R. E. W. Spagur and wife are in
town from their home on the lima
tllla River, below Umatilla.
R, Guhi, S. Nakata and H. Skid
more, of Camas Prairie, are register
ed at the Golden Rule hotel.
W. G. Westcott and wife, of Saiem.
nre in town again on their way homo
aner several weeks' vacation.
Jake Baumgardncr, one of the plo.
neers of Umatilla county, and a nrom
inent stockman of Butter Creek, is
transacting business in town.
Mrs. J. F. Robinson and son, Don
aid T., will arrive home from Port
land Thursday, where they have spent
more than a week with friends.
Mrs. L .L. Mann has returned from
alem, where she and her husband
wore called on account of the seri
ous Illness of tl.e father of Mr. Mann.
Orin Steele w.U leave this evening
for a visit to his home in Denver.
He Is in town today from Juniper
getting ready for the trip, which will
keep him away from here two or
J. W. Minnlck and wife, of Union,
aro in the city today en route to
Pullman, Wash., where they have a
son in the Washington Agricultural
College, taking a course in mining
engineering. Mr. Minnlck was an in
terested visitor at the recent irriga
tion convention at Portland and re
turns with bright hopes for Eastern
COMPLAINS OF ROBBERY.
iEniovIng as this does, a place 1)7
; this big country of ours, it is Invarln
'" greeted by constantly Inc. easing
"'..i,i... J nntrmiacc. In every
dace in 'which It has been presented
here Is a demand for its rc'.urn, nnd
5 every return visit it always
oi,n.c incrpnseil demnnds t"r seals.
Be on hand when this comedy comes
f P,Mifl!r!nn and enjoy Its humor.
Seat sale will open Wednesda-' morn
Personal News 2000 Horses Shipped
tr c.io.-inulllf Ssedlna at a
Tntuilla, Nov. 24. Ed Moorchead
,nc lnat finished boring a well 359
feet deep for Jort;on Mumm. at a cost
of over $1000. No water was iuunu.
n O. Miller has added to the con
vnnlnnrn nf his farm with a house
nml bam moved trom a place re-
v nurchased by him. His home
ninpJ nrvw Ik very commodious.
Peter Hansen Is spending tho win
ter in I.os Ancelcs. Cal.
Molstrom Bros, have finished .heir
seeding operations and have return
ed to their home north of Pendleton.
W. P. York is here from the Susan
vllle country where he is engaged in
stock raising. He estimates that ovor
2000 horses have been shipped nut of
thnt section this year, 700 going in
one shipment to St, Louis.
O. P. Bowman purchnsed 40 head
of cattle at the Craig sale near Pilot
W. P. Gillespie, the veteran freight
or. was over from Susanvlllo last
week. The roads between hero and
there nre in bad shape nt this time of
year and It took him nine days to
make the trip, He brought out a load
of ore and tool; back powder and sup
On this floor fill bo 1 'les! for the mining camps.
Site Has Been Selected and C. K.
Troutman Has Completes the
Plans Which Can be Seen at The
Twelve thousnnd dollars is n lnrce
figure for the young men of Pendle
to nto raise for the erection of a club
house, nevertheless, it is now an al
most assured fnct that the biilKIng
is going to be erected.
A site has been selected on the
corner of Water and Cottonwood
streets nnd C. E. Troutman, the ar
chitect, has completed plans which
are now under advisement of those
at tho head of the move. The plans
are now in the window of the Peoples
Warehouse where they can bo seen
When completed this club house
will be a homo for the young men
which all may he proud of showlug
to strangers to the city.
Tho building is to b'e two stories
high with n basement In the base
ment will be the furnace room, plunge
bath rooms, 18x40 feet, and seven
shower baths. Through the center
of the basement will run a double
bowling alley 70 feet long with plenty
of room for spectators. The bowling
alloy will have an annex or w.ng out
from the building 24x20 feet to giv
it length. '
There will be two entrances to the
first floor with a veranda 12 feet wide
nround the south and east nnd a part
of the north side of the building. .f
the front entrance will be the veati-)
bule. 7x24 feet, with a lobby, offlr
and coat room
the billiard and card rooms and on
the east side will be the ladles clt.b
and reception rooms. The libra, y
will nlso be on this floor which is to
be 24x32 feet.
Chnrles Goster is down from Cab
bage Hill, and reports that the inhab
itants of thnt thriving bnrg are wad
Inc about through two feet of snow.
Much seeding is yet to be done In
Tim thlvri flnnr ivlll nm-tnln tlio I this locality. TllO local Weather
gymnasium room which Is to he 30x Prophet sees nothing ahead but more
0 feet with a stage 1C24 feet. This, ram. wim remaps u ihimuiu ui kk
will also contain three shower baths snow tor a cnange. hoening op-
and two tubs. Here will be the shoot-1 ('rations nave neen at a siantisuu ior
hi" crnllorv 18-7f fpnt nml nililltlnnnl tile past two wechS. J.ne neius are
galleries will be made ncross the ends I decorated with weed piles too wit to
of the gymnasium rooms. This floor
will contain the committee room,
locker and dressing rooms. A veran
da will also encircle this floor nround
the south, east and a part of the
north of tho building. The ceilings
burn and too heavy for the wind to
blow over onto the next mans farm
The Jolly Club will give a grand
ball at Music hall Thanksgiving even-
aro 10 teet tor tho basement, 12 tor 1 ing. Nov. 2ith. Ivirkman s orchestra
the first floor and 1C for the second I will furnish the music and everyone
Gentleman Who Declines to Give His
Name Makes Rambling Complaint
to Chief of Police.
A mnn who refused to give his
name, and who did not register at the
odging house where he stayed, conv
plained to the police this morning
that he was robbed during last night
However, the story is given little
credence by tho police. Tho man
came here a few days ago and has
been drinking quite heavily. He told
many different stories about himself.
He claimed to have been a sheriff in
Texas, Georgia and other places In
the East and South, hut when con
fronted by the police this morning
end asked to give a clue to work on
in ferreting out the thief, he would
not take any interest in the matter
and left town for Walla Walla on the
TALLMAN & C
Famous at home for f
Generations past; I
Famous now all over I
the World. 1
JOHN SCHMIDT I
Forger Case Postponed.
The case of V. E. Finch, tho young
forger, was to have come up in a
special session of the district court
tomorrow, but District Attorney Hal-
ley has to bo away and the case has
again been postponed. Mr. Hailey is
going to Salem to arguo a case before
the supreme court, which will come
up Wednesday. It is not now known
when the Finch case will come up.
nt the side walls and 24 feet In the
center to give ample room for tho
gymnasium ropes and trapeze. The
whole building will ho heated with
hot water from the furnace in the
baboment and the outside of tho
building w.ll be very pretty, although
not touched off with costly ornaments
or flourishes. Its style will be Colo
nial. It is the intention of the young men
to call to their aid, the ladles of Pen
dleton, who will ho asked to help
is cordially Invited to attend.
Avoid all drying inhalants and use
that which clcuises and heals the
nYembrane. Ely's Cream Balm Is
such a remedy and cures cntarrh
easily and plensantly. Cold in tho
head vanishes quickly. Price d0
cents at druggists or by mall.
Catarrh caused dilllculty in speak
ing and to a great extent loss of hear
ing. By the use of Ely's Cream Balm
dropping of mucus has ceased, voice
mane it a place of sociability and I and hearing have ereatlv imnroved.
good cheer. By doing this the ladles J. W Davidson, Att'y at Law, Mon-
win nave access to the house and n utn. 111.
have the same privilege as tho gentle-1
FRIEND OF BRYAN
AS ELECTION JUDGE RE
CEIVED BRYAN'S VOTE.
Neighbor of the Presidential Candl
date Phenomlnal Mall at the Office
of the Commoner Personaiftles
nnd Simplicity of the Bryan H'.me.
J. G. P. HJldebrand, of Lih"oln,
Neb., was in this city Saturday on a
brief business visit nnd deputed
Sunday morning for Spokane.
Mr. Hlldobrnnd Is a special igert
for the Commoner, W. J. Bryan's
weekly newspaper and hns h..cn a
neighbor of the Bryan family for
As Judge of election in his home
precinct, Mr. Hlldobrnnd received
and deposited Bryan's vote at tlu
recent state election. He says that n
curiouB crowd always gathers about
places where Bryan happens to be at
tending to business orrnnds oven in
Lincoln, where every ono knows him
and sees him dally. Friends arc
more famllinr with Bryan than with
people of much closer acquaintance,
on account of his congenial and
cheery disposition. Ho is familiarly
called "Billy" and "W. J." by met
nnd hoys who llvo near him and en
joy his friendship.
Mall at Bryan's Office.
"Enough letter mnll comes to Bry
an's office every day to fill that bar
rel," said Hildobrand, pointing to a 10
bushel barrel sitting near. "It is sort
ed out with great care, ovory little
note and lino scrawled in schoolboy
script being numbered and answered
by a clerk In whose division it
chances to fall. Mrs. Brynn glvs
personal assistance to him in the prl
vnte management of their business.
She takes tho personal mal' nuitVr
nnd sorts It nut nnd directs Its an
swer, and thus rellovos Mr. Bryan of
much of the intense strain of offl ;e
The Country Home.
"The Bryan family lives outside of
Lincoln, nt the farm, whore extensive
improvements havo been ma.de. Tho
street car line runs from tho city
to the fnrm and tho family prefers
this home. It is a great hospitable
house, fitted up with tho modern con
veniences of a Nohrnska farm.
"Mr. and Mrs. Bryan enter into de
tails of Its management witu 7eil.
Mr. Bryan has choice breeds cf
chickens, hogs and cattle, nnd is a
good farm hand himself. Many a
man in that vicinity litis borrowed
Bryan's axe, spade, wheelbarrow or
garden rake and dozens of families
nre regular visitors ot their h.ime,
whore dinner is- served at 12 o'clock,
as on any well conducted t'ar.n. Ho
is a good neighbor, nnd often borrows
articles from others that he doesn't
happen to own."
m, ,lce Con
"ems will Den;.;?
'..opucr rates, tm1!!
Paid for special 4
t io tins paper. t,v
who can furai.i. ifOiu
speetlve locallUe, wTl
at onco n t,. .7.." ti.
tlons will ttyjj
It is claimed thfa.
"esire than eWv
the other night, n..
beautiful in her J?"
the groom looked U.j
ding the cuests J
wedding presents. TiZl
new school desipnt.
bread tray with fillet't .
and elaborate scrolls-
consisting of a large sj
plate with cut-out J
center richly decorated!
spray, ana six smjl
inaicn. uther equal,!
xv.anuiia iu cnina werti
over the table. Vet
neip mit notice that i
wrappers were marked
Cheapest place in (
The 20,000 acre tract is
still have the
13.000 acre tract and 12 IMA
5000 acre trnct and 2,500 i
ou ncres, a nneistoci web.
o20 acres and 75 had ofaM
;ii'U acres and 100 tfao(biT
300 ncres, 12.200.
800 ncres wheat land, ftOM."
uu acres on tnenver.Sn
140 ncres on the river 12 tm
This is only a partial list cf ft
stosk ranches I have 1M. I
City Property a Sp
I have a long list c! I
lots, residences, ixc
I do not list property i
price is right
E. T. WADE
DEATH OF MRS. CAPLINGER. IX
I i M"l HHWWWfH"
Trial of John Deere Plow.
A trial of tho John Deere dls plow
will be made on the John Chapman
place, two miles southwest of Pen
dleton, at 1 o'clock tomorrow, Novem
ber 25. Everybody interested should
Bright's Disease and Diabetes
Thoy are curing Bright's Disease
and Diabetes in Ca.:fornia, The per
centage of efficiency (recoveries) In
these hitherto Incurable diseases
averages as high as 87 per cent The
details of the investigation and dom
onstrntlon of the new compounds are
so conclusive that we at once sent
for a bundle of the reports and for
the new treatment for urgent cases
in this city. Call or send for one of
tho re porta.
P. W. SCHMIDT & CO., Pendleton
I Look Here
120 acres of wheat land, 3 miles from Pendleton,
600 acres, 10 miles from station, plenty of water,
160 acres, 10 miles from Pendleton J51500
1C0 acres, on the river, 7 miles from Pendleton,
35 acres in allalta, good house and barn.. .. $4
vjoou nouse on west nua street., , fi 100
Good fiveroom house, nortli of river, six blocks
from bridge ? 900
Two five-room cottages on West Webb St., each 800
Dutch Henry Feed Yard
Ml, property in olty and country too numerous to montlon, any
location tnat one may desire.
Wf . 7 J?, A Ti W JT A 7? T
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AOBUU1AT1 UK BIiOCiK
Brought From Helix to Sisters' Hos
pital for Treatment Leaves Hus-
band and Three Children.
Mrs. Ella Canllnger. wife nf .Tnhn
Cnplinger, of Helix, died Satur.lnv
eovnlng at the Sisters' hospital, after
a unei niness. with d abetls. Mrs.
Capllngor had been a sufferer for sev
eral weeks and a few days ago was
brought to the hospital with the
hopes of saving her life. Hownvsr
she gradually grow worse and the end
came at 5 o'clock Saturday after
noon. Sho leaves a husband and
three children beside a host of
friends who are shocked at her un
timely death. The body was prepar
ed for burial by M. A. Rador nnd
shipped to Helix for burial.
"Fiddle Dee Dee."
A large and enthusiastic crowd
greeted "Fiddle Deo Dee" at the Fra
zer last Saturday evening. As bur
lesque. It was a fair production. The
dancing was very good, the singing
and music were over the average and
the characters were well interpret
ed and sustained. Tho general ex
pression of approval
side seems to warrant the statement
mat "Mciuio nee Dee" met the ex
pectations or tlieater-coers In IiIr
city. Burlesque Is Just a naatlmo u
has no plot, no moral lesson, no scope
11 which 10 exninit tne emotions that
aro real and the passions that are
numan. as pastime, It causes a
laugh and a merriment that Is soon
forgotten. "Fiddle Dee Dee" as the
irotn on tne wine of real theatricals,
gives a transient Hush that makes an
hour of tlmo gayer, but adds no last
ing ineai to lire.
UPPERS OF THE
i Fastened and put together I
... tu (uease and T
satisfv tlin ITIApt ...... . ' F
Such are our Men's Shoes j
mm we sen tor
The Portland Telegram says of this
popular play: "Pennsylvania n
iiiiesi addition to tho army of state
named plays, gave five successful per-
iwilllllllCL'K at UOrUraVS thn fnrn nm-t
of the week. Quite naturallv. It l
In the melodrnmntic clans hut the
play has a rather logical nlot
situations nro not as overdrawn ns
ore usually found In this nr.ni
drama. What mnde the nttrnrtinn nt
particular Interest was that It tniii
n story of JIfo nmong tho nuthnette
minors. As the coal minora' tirii.-n
has absorbed nubile attention fn-
months past, tho play was vary apro
pos," This play will be presents
hore Tuesday evening and scais arel
now on sale at Frazer's. Prices 2Bc
50e, 7Ec, nnd .
Warm Shoes and Slippers
ST. JOE ST0RI
Special DreBS Goods Sale for One Week Only
Goods worth $1.50 Sale Price . .
" " 1 00 "
" " .75
We must reduce our dress goods stock, and to do sod
make these big cut prices. We will save yon moneycaeq
dollar invested in dress goods. Come and look lira rt
We are agents for the Cosmopolitan Paper Pattern '
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
Kemember: The largest stock of goods In the city toKIW-
The millinery season for this fall and winter is driiS
a ciose. we have been very successful and the "
community have shown their appreciation of our high "
iinery by selecting from our stock. We have stiuw
" Hunting for Hawkins"
"Hunting for Hawkins."
well defined in plot nnd purpose, and
laugh producing from start to finish,
will be the Jolly attraction at tho f.
aer jthwtr, pn Friday, November- 2S.
The Qtieen Hotel
The new buildine. m h
recently erected by J0e. Ell, on
Garden strejt, between Court and
Alta, is now open to the public.
Contains 10 well lirht.rl
lated and newly furnished rooms."
Wot an inside room in the build
tne lights and baths. The Hotel
is directly back of nf m, n
Chop and Oyster House on Main
street, and the Queen Chop House
?nd thr- Queen Hotel will be run
m connection by Messrs.
Olson & Van Paymfcroeck
some 01 tne most stylish fall and winter hats wmc -
to dispose of and are offering them at greately reducefl P
We invite you to come and inspect these hats and get tJ
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
- - . . .
A GOOD THINO
AND WE'LL PUSH IT ALONG
The best and most convenient tJ,1fJder
the kind we have seen is a neat little 101
showing a calendar for 1903, a lodge aw
tory, railroad time card and car fares. '
are for froe distribution. Call for
THE FURN1TURF MAN