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For perfect fit.
For case and comfort they
For stylish appearance.
For service thev oc-e.
For the low prices,
$3 and $3.50
Dindmger, Wilson &
Good Shoes Cheap
H Mil 1 1 Ah I b ML
ner or using tnesc puuui.-
west which areeultablechlefly or only
i tv tnfY and steady
ior craiinj:. r n-..
DEAL FELL THROUGH.
consequent prevention oi snyvmy-
SXSwSiSS'S Char.e. Cun,flham tail. OH the
much discussion as 10 u.- ---,.
r iicItik fhoso nubile lands In the
WAS WELL PRESENTED
TO A LARGE AUDIENCE
Younp, Ladies of the St. Francis
Guild Give Entertainment at the
Fraier Program Enlivened With
Comedy and Song Costumes Pret
ty and Up-to-Date.
"The Military Girl" played by local
talent at the Frazer last night, was
well received by a large audience.
The young ladles rendered their
several parts and performances with
out a blunder and the nrocram was
carried out in a splendid manner. All
Transaction Whereby He Was to
Sell 19,000 Head of Sheep and 2a-
000 Acres of Land.
... . Jnunj. -rue iieai wmcn inroirca siibimn
development oi me
upon the building up of homes there- reported to have been made a week
in. Murh of our prosperity as a na- ag0 wj,ereby John Garretson. and
tion has been due to the operation Wero to become the
of the homestead law. On the otner ... ... . .
hand, we should recognize the fart owners of the entire holdings of Chas,
that in the grazing region the man Cunningham, has been called off.
who corresponds to the homesteader hc transaction was consider d
may be unable to settle permanently cioscA mXi Monday afternoon, when
If only allowed to use the same Mr ClinDlIjKhani called the whole
amount of pasture iano i transaction off. The deal wC3 to in-
rrotner. ire ooraiw', J elude lS.wn head oi sneep and more
to use of arable land. One hundred 20 000 acreg nf ,and ln TjmaUlla
nnd sixty r-cres of fairly rich and fl Morrow counUes and was consld-
. i 11 .. m tnimh cmnller ..... . .
wsu-Kuii'im !-u.., ui .. icred one ot tne largest transactions
amount of Irrigated land, may keep a evcr rande Jn matlHa county.
family in plenty, whereas no onet
could get a living from one hundred j Th announcement that ibraham
mm biio u-"- " 'j - Khan Dovietl had been appointed'
:apaoie ui buppuruui, , Persian ambassador to the Hellenic,
mlv nn heart of cattle to every ten . . , . '
carried out in a splendid manner. Allicapaoie or supporting ai me muim pcrsi3n ambassador to the :
who were present expressed them- only one neaa oi came to eicrj j cmn Jg more nteresting than at first
selves as delighted with the enter- acres, in tne past greai iracis . apivcrs. Since Darius, in the year
A. P. BradburiT. renresentini: thcliAlnmnnt .mrl mnnv nf thn TwirfnTT n-.the nublic domain have been fenced
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1902.
Pacific Coast TMgnilt
Portland, is in town calling on 'his
uompany, oilers received encores. ,m oy persons navies; no uue tuii.u,
In the first act "The Matinee Girl" 'in direct dencace or tne law lorom-
. -m-titi v. a . .II,.. V.v a ntAnounn rtr inn CTrtirT inn
C. A. Kecdor. of Athena, la ln the
Mrs. J. Halstead, of Echo, is in the
Mrs. S. J. Van Bebler. of The Dalles
1b in town.
Manuel Pedro, a stock man of But
tor Creek, is in town.
Mrs. E. G. Michael, of Weston. Is
Tlsltiag friends in town.
George TV. Proebstel Is at the Gold
en Rule hotel from "Weston.
James Anderson left Monday even
, lng for his home in Wallace.
J. P. McCoy, of Canyon City. Is in
Pendleton transacting business.
Mrs. Nellie Wilson, of The Dalles,
Is at the bedside of her father in this
James Shipp. the livery barn man
of Alba, is in the city transacting
Robert Stanfield was in the city
this morning from his stock ranch
on Butter Creek.
Matt Mosgrove, one of the leading
business men ot Milton, is a guest at
Hotel St. fJeorge.
H. Connell, one of the leading stock
men of Camas Prairie, Is transacting
cosiness in tfie city.
James Lehman has returned to the
Lehman Springs after spending sev
eral days ln the city.
County Clerk W, D. Chamberlain Is
expected to return this evening from
a business trip to Hood River and
- I tauu a Acuuva Ui ajii
morning by Deputy County Clerk B. I nor broadcast "The Matinee Girls"! lie land For various reasons
the Ball orougntOiP me maiuieum.Lt- ui cuusuuuu
id spread good hu-of any such unlawful Inclosure of pub-
totinot. niric-lHc land For various reasons there
B. Hall to T. Frank Price and Miss was rendered by Misses Maude Sher-.has been little such Interference with
Trenna Loveridge, both of Weston, idan. Gertrude Sheridan, Leonora 1 s-Uch inclosures in the past, but ample
. I c-i.ni.4.. r 1 . t nnrlr-A -ne nnu- wun rlrfln fhn trpfi.
ur. "rank Smith has returned to i derail, ruum. aitmu- -, ,v
his home ln Seattle after spending ue' ur'P nuu inoinpson. ine
several days here where he was called Leaders of the Ball" was suns by
on account of the Illness of his father James B. Welch. He was assisted by
Mrs. T. J. Kirk and daughter, Miss a ful1 cho kof lfAles- jml,e f'd
Anna Kirk, of Athena, lift Sunday TEL "ftT siT, 8nd
morning for California They wiU wh"et slnplne lh!sf Bn?: . . .
In.nrfh. i . A tramp quartet followed this and
na andMeco'and r t'oXelr Ll"? rT
home in the spring. sponded to the encore three times.
ciiu "etc caiitru u.tuu ttkuii, utit u
took Carlyle too long to get his mouth
ln readiness to sing and the other
i raL'mnpn: iptt inp rnrp I np nrnpr
Wp wik.. tri.-..j i , .i: i.. r . i, ,r 1 1 rccommcna xnax provision De maoe
. R. Wlthee Elected Last N nht bv I mnmliprs .i thn niin-tnf np.p Mollnr . : . . ..
. . " ' . L . . ,r "-;ior a commission oi expens specially
A NEW FIRE CHIEF.
nassers. and all the resources at the
command of the government wili
be used to put a stop to such tres
hereafter be used to put a stop to
Of Capital Importance.
In view of the canltal Imnortance
of these matters. I commend them to
the earnps ransirteratinn nf thi eon.
gress, and if the congress finds diffi
culty In dealing with them from lack
of thorough knowledge of the subject.
i recommena mat provision De made
491 B. C. sent heralds to AthenB to
demand earth and water as symbols
of submission, no 1'ereian ambassa
dor has been sent to Athens.
IWelrh nnrt Rns;fll
"The Military Man." sung by Car-
a Majority of 18 Votes.
Tl- r tt-:u . 1
' ' . ik. it liui'H it nuw Of new nrp .- -
chief. He was elected at the fire- lyle- Pened the second act. and was
men's election last nlht Ht- w. received with applause. "Tenting To-
ltr of IS rnlpc nro?" Hie ' night," by Miss Alma Hallock. was
Palms." by Mrs. A J. Borie. was one
of tne best features of the nrocram.
uy oi is votes over his onlv oppo- 1 "ua
nent, Joe Ell, Withee receiving 44 a,so aPPrlatc3
votes and Ell 26 A EOn? entitled "Shade
For first assistant nhlnf T
1.1- ' ' . . I of
u.u o cicv.uu uer uis opponent oyi,; . : -
a majority of nine votes, he receivinc r!rs- Bone Interpretation
40 votes, while Peter Xelson received
31. James Brown was elected second
chief, there being a few scattering
votes cast for one or two others.
manifested in this olpntfnn tvit F'oe Hallock. "Piff. Paff. Panf." Mel
nnri rn ,j . I lor. "He Wore n "Worripd Iwit "
and closed at 9. Then the eountin- Folsom- v'"ere a" rendered to perfec-
of the votes began and the enthusi
asm was great when it was announc
ed that Withee was elected.
Just 75 votes wpro pact T T r'i
son acted as chairman of the election.
a. t. uook and D. B. Ballev judges,
and D. B. Waffle and L h. nnb
to investigate and report upon the
complicated questions involved.
YOU MAY LAUGH.
It Will Make the Blood Flow More
Rapidly A Worderful Remedy.
The saying, "laugh and grow fat,"
is not an exaggerated one. but has a
fnttn.lnn t f. ... X. ... 1.
have over been uttered than "Laugh
beautiful song was out of the ordl-
were heard from all who attended the'an,i world laughs with you, weep!
-......!... A t OV,ff T"mi T. .Inn. T , If n n.nlt !
ilkC. iiAIUUJUIil. tiwuc ii la a well
"Kiss Me Goodbye and Go." by Miss i known fact that the hearty laugh in
wmcn a man or woman
Yonr Doctor's Orders td be
effective mast I be sopll
mcntcd by pore dregs
If-- your prescription is
filled by us it contains
nothing but the best in
gredients that your doctor
prescribe? for you. We
TALLMAN &. C2
1300 acre tract end I
' w kuu jtm
800 KftM uKul .
200 acres on therimfl
140 acres on the rinrsJ
This isonly prt!lEs(
biu;k ranches I hint
City Property a!
i nave a lcnj Mti
I do not luit prepay i
tion and brought down the house re
peatedly, but the fodc which called
for the most applause was "Jiramle.
the Pride of Newsboy Row" The
young ladies rendering this song
were: Misses Alexander. Sheridan.
PnMinifl WnllfVt- MrvirTinnco Clia.l
dan. Boric. Thomnson and Hallock. mirth, and ably assisted by a corps of
tends to nrolnnr llfp ne It mil-s tho
blood move more rapidly and gives a
new and different stimulus to all the
orrans of the body.
That wonderful remedy, "Other
People's Money." Is a prescription
that contains all the ingredients that
produce laughs. DroDerlr nrescrlhprt
by the charming comedienne. Dainty
May Sargent, who is the essence of
I jut a rum
IV3 v- ny"' q
A orominent Southern larlv.
iMrs. Blanchard, of Nashville,
Tenn., tells how she was cured
of backache, dizziness, painful
and irregular periods by Lydia E
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
" Gratitude compels me to acknowl
edge the great merit of your Vege
table Compound. I have suffered for
fonr years with irregular and painful
rarnstni.it ion rA s Hiv;n-c
the back and lower limbsT and fitful
. f . u.uucu uic buna w come
which would onlv
me. Six bottles of T.vrtln v meeting of
Lamest Gun in thi- WnrM
tt,o -,e i . r lujea. unu uie ocnere uiKing me parts
foJL n DCh reC,enilr bn,lt of e ynP lat- was second in ap-
pst fn thA trM rT ,u 6 preciauon. mis was well rendered.
rfUawe : r'LiS 6 !? h???. -ith0l,a w and
tnbar, , ' . ' ; lne responoea to tour encores. The
'hSt fiitoiCOn'tiJ1 Tbe youcs ,adles rendering this were:
comnodeTfc 5fi,a,Me med'cln,e ever Misses Sheridan and Moorhouse;
compounded is the famous Hostetter-s Sheridan and Thomnson: Alexander
I"eJrS' "ttpduced over 50 End Sheridan. The burlesque on this
fdi:Sr. .c rKlK."? immediately following
enl r t. "c,1Jiul lo lne the sextett by Miss Floe Hallock and
Un,f?'!m Hallock and Car-
iSk h.,HkT "'"bBisis anu iyie. Miss Nell Cameron and "Welch.
n a lndft?on EStZ'" m' Agaln ,et 11 be saIa th" "The M
'mSiariTteM ? n5I2 ,Bn Ch,"S r ,tar3' Glrl" 03 a Pnrtloii. was good.
iHvi eI!L,and,ae- Be BUI? 10 The costumes were very pretty and
, o - t uas uever Deen i tiMiuistA , u i
l-tin-r n j .t . . I nuns us lar
r::;,'" ttuu ran mereiore oe above the average of amateurs. It
ufnn ?JKr!L.Jbe hill be repeated Sagain this evening!
(has ntVr pw.71 a ana and the favorable impression made.
"rIate Staap ovcr to neck Indicates that the hiuse will be
The sextett of young ladies, three students, nurses, etc., (figuratively
attired in the latest dress for young I speaking) prominent among whom
rvu jn me laiesi aress lor young - i"7'"v"i ' iuuimei:i amung wnom
men. nnd the others takinc the nans i are John K. Robinson. Eva Thatcher.
ho Iodine j i Zellsh Porlnftnn TTo-jol CTM.. Pllr
ford Reed, Charles Chenoweth, Fred
This prescription is to be taken in
three doses between S and 11 on Fri
day night, December 5. at Grazer's
opera house. Seats now on sale at
the Frazier book store.
urn. on uo;ues ox iiyulO x. r """""b u me iuuuieion uomn
i-miaiatn-8 Vesotable Compound clal Association will be held at S
broil r-ht mft hpalth nnA v.n.n;n j .. . I nVlrvi- fhlo Dvanln. uA H 1
o --i'i' ... t , - ,L".'if, o. ic panuie oi
XOW finOITt HlOnthfl. nnd sac nrr 1 f Vl rt a aentt allnn T3 . . n I , I .
Tnre Prisoners Go to Salem. I PRESIDENT'S ANNUAL MESSAGE.
'jiur icit uraay ior baiem
w!, V x rsu .1 .
and Bennett and Jordon. the men who (Concluded.)
oroKe into the Rlchardsan general latlon to our countrv that the "nnlted
mercnanaise store nt UoHr n.. c. j , . .. .
n.m . "w. i ouict buu .uesico snouia nave been
TiJ .1 ! y!ars ncIe8s Paoned the first to use the good offices of
w, tW Wl" senre slx The Hae C0UrL one last
years eacn. Kummor t,-iv- ro. .
... ... ... t cauaiatlur) jtr-
sult In Dip rau n Moin, n i.....
i - " - b ..iu. at ibouc
Business Meetinn Tnnlnkt I between nnH nitr cfefa.
n . -.. I I -- " " " .. ' UlB.l tCUUUHL.
The regular monthlv
lit Is earnestly to be hoped that this!
V. A T" 1 1 . n Dr&I U'lll RIrro n ,1 .... .
Today's Issue of the East Oregon
lan was unavoidably delayed on ac
count or the failure of the boiler In
the press room.
Our Special Dress GoodB Sale Will Continue Until Sit,!
j-ress uooas worth $1.50 Sale Price .
" " " 1.25 " "
" " 1 00 " "
W e must reduce our dress goods stock, and to do soo
make these big cut prices. We will save yon nsctsjiif
uunir mvesiea m aress goods. Come and lock ttea 1
e are agents for the Cosmopolitan Paper Pattens,
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
Eemember: The largest stock of goods in the city to ftfcat
An investigation in the City of
MeXiCO ShOWS thnt tha leMor n-Mnh
made Emperor Maximlllian appear as
a traitor, was a forgery. Evidently
ir.ey nave handwriting experts ln
-Mexico, too. Kansas City Star.
The traffic in parlor matches, In the
Judgment of the New York fire de
partment. Is something that should
not be made light of. Kansas City
So nowerful Ir th.
iigtr. m uunRerque lighthouse that Its
beams are visible a distance of 40
first case will servp us n nrcrfnn,
for others, in which ' not onlv the
I I H I I I I I l( Mi mini
7- V - u ui iiappiness in s " .iuvr iuib eveuine at tne parlors of I -.. . iwusu uauons
laoaths and was worth j the association. Business of import- , ' taKe advantage of the machinery
more than months under the doctor's 1 ance will come before the meotln
snefit me and every member is urgently re
already in existence at The Hague
Few subjects of more importance'
have been taken im h- th ,
in recent years than the Inauguration ,'
care, which renllt- rn vn.o
-,- j,-;,r,J - ' uic uuu every memDer 1
&t ZWL 1 feel likft nnnfp immm, MnM , . .
My aches and piS to!ir. " I ,0J1
iui Bit-K woman as vour vece- 1 mou me inauguratlor
table Compound, and I advocate It in ! John Doe forfeited JS bond In no-lf the system of nationallv.nfrforf
my lady friends in need of medical ! Hc court this morning for his non- eat'on for the arid regions of the far I T
S p'jeIM' IllcnAjai, 422 Isppearance on the charge of being West- A good beginning therein has T
MUfJaZZmn so9t"- drunk and disorderly, and William been ade. Now that this policy of
ZZJlt!?' ' Barnhart was sentenced fo three national irrigation has been artm 1
uj " jau in oeiauu 01 jol"c ui murougn ana scientific
I fine fnr the aoma nnnon I forest nrntp-t(nr ... I ! . .
t f I
When women are troubled with
menstrual irregularities, weakness,
1no"'hcca, displacement or ulceration
of the womb, that bearing-down feel
ing, inflammation of the ovaries, back
ache, they should remember there is
one tried and true remedv. Lvrtia E.
forest protection Wll Pmtr tTinrn M..t.l
ly tcan ever thrniifhn.it un
Taking the United ntnP n I land states. "I
whole, the census shows that one Protection of Game
person in every -10 has a telephone. Legislation ,hM k '.. . .
San Francisco leads the world In the the ShS- ? provided for
n. . ..." . lu,; tce Protection of game, and tho k-iw
- . . r 1 creatures ronei-aiu- ,w 1
one in 13 baa a telephone. serves. --, -
game, which can bv II rl (finite nrntrui
tion be nermanontlv
$1.25, $1.50 1
A GOOD THING
AND WE'LL PUSH IT ALONG
The best and most convenient tMtf M
tbe kind we have eeen is a neat liiw'ir
sbowing a calendar for 1903. a tof
lory, railroad time card and car are- llv
are for free distribution. Cilb1
M. A. RADER
THE FURN1TURF MAN
at TALLMAN & CO.'S
IfrYriTrrrrrrrYYvvvQ I tl -y-maucuu) preaerveo on our
ffi a whole shn.ilrf k . j "l
1. i 1 , oiuti:a at once. I
it is. for instance, a serious count'
ukum our national good sense to , T
K'nlSJ J?!"j-:J ladies & Children i
xi - . w "'"'ii nuu uHaiiri. 1 -r '
iui creature as the elk for Its antlers1
k I or iusks
For Home Builders,
r fR f ll (.V r, 1
agriculture, and to whatever extent,
irifii- mo v, tt .... "
120 acres of wheat land, 3 miles from Pendleton, 2500
000 acres, 10 miles from station, plenty of water, 56500
160 acres, 10 miles from Pendleton $1500
160 acres, on the river, 7 miles from Pendleton,
35 acres in alfalfa, good house and barn.. .. $4000
Good house on West Alta street $,JOO
Good five-room house, north of river, six blocks
from bridge j
Two five room cottages on West Webb St., each 8oo
wmcn xienry j-eea Yard s ,"" " ". me semer who A
Good Visoj to mention, any Fr "SSSS if
.vuuuvu uiai 11 in: liihv iihnipr. ,'. 1 1 in v. r r, I- tin hit. i . -w
j . sfi - auu aiune law. and
di;rl-JrlSB!:'"lt,0.n c,ause of ome-
?: .h- iJ. .. e Den 80 Pen-erted from
ABBOCIATIOK BLOCK &
.? f5.,m?i-b-?..recI.aImel 1er the na-!
tional irleatlon law :
if .u I. mu ue nem rigidly for
-1 the homfi l.niM. .1,. . 1
W. F. E A JIN H ART,
the Intention with whi, Tl
StoSL - VV A RPHnr ice
for other than actual settlors and thnl?....... j
The most unique and novel display of j
i-enaieton is at our store. Our stock was sw. - ,
care anH nil tVi :j t !ict are WClux-J
have something to please all. Our liae does 1
oruinary goods but the newest designs 01 t rf
thing is new. A personal inspection of our wPjr
a valuable help in deciding what you want w
yuur incnas with. Early buyers get nrsi w--
A - I.
rppn io- u'nH inainn j r Ho nricii .
hnv's and cir s Dv
ai me signt ot tnem.
- j litest 1
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS