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For Mid-Winter Trade Soft and Derby
The Elk Brand
Our Own Brand
"The Hnml n" -
$2.50 AND $3.00 .
Lined iiloves, mittens, winter caps for Men and Hoys.
Bae? & Daley
Oni-Price Olulhiers, Hatters and Furnishers
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1302
A Unroll. Neb., policeman dug up
?2()00 which he found burled near the
scene of the recent hold-up on the
A blizzard last week visited Tur
key and much damage was done to
Constantinople and the shipping on
The senate of rtoumania has found
It inexpedient to discriminate in the
treatment of foreigners and the natur
alization of Jews was agreed upon.
The Chilean cabinet crisis has been
settled, cables the New York Her
ald's Valparaiso correspondent, by an
agreement that all the ministers shall
remain at their posts.
Dr. O. B. Beller, a prominent physi
cian of Oarrison, Iowa, h'as been ar
rested on the charge of threatening
to kill his former fiancee, a Miss Hill,
of Vinton, who marrieJ on Christmas
Dr. Park, of Fort Morgan, Col.
Another strike has been declared
by 200 of the employes of the J. N
Ward & Co. overall factory, in Peoria
111., the action being taken at a
.special meeting of .the United Gar
ment Workers' Union, held Saturday.
Later advices from Ashkabad. Itus
sian Turkestan, say that in the coiin-
try around Audijon 11 villages are in
ruins as a result of the recent earth
quake and that fully 6000 houses
have been destroyed in these scatter
ed settlements. The weather is warm
er and the work of rescue and succor
Is proceeding with better results.
Independent cigar dealers from all
over the country will hold a conven
tion at Chicago January 13, to discuss
.ways and means of fighting the so
' called tobacco trust. The plan is to
form a national association, with
headquarters in Chicago. The con
vention is expected to make a close
combination with the trade unions
In particular the CIgarmakers' and
Tobacco Workers' Union. "
William J. Ball and wife. San Fran
cisco. G. S. Youngnian. Portland.
S. A. Keys ton, San Francisco.
M. O. Myers, New York.
Andrew Nylandor, Portland.
C. H. McGhee, Weston.
A. W. Colo, Illinois.
H. Goldstone, San Francisco.
E. H. Burke, Portland.
M. E. Carson, Walla Walla.
I. ee SIntlock and wife, Heppner.
Mrs. A. B. Parrett, Michigan.
M. H. Patton, Spokane.
W. D. Chamberlain, city.
1. Harris. Moro.
O. Harris. Moro.
T,. Clyde Thomas, Spokane.
U. Jones, Echo.
George Harris, Portland.
George W .Derrick. San Francisco.
M. Snow, Portland.
Itoscoe A. Seeds, Spokane.
C. E. Roosevelt, city.
Joel Shoemaker, Taconia.
Henry Wnrd Beecher Smith, Baker.
A. It. Greene, The Dalles.
T. W. Jackson, Spokane.
R. H. Caston. Spokane.
R. B. Coats, San Ffranclsco.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The Japanese government has ask
ed for a space GOOxGOO feet, at the
Lewis and Clark fair.
Five gamblers were fined at Teko
Saturday, as a result of the election
of an anti-gambling council.
Allen Smith, of Republic, Wash.,
committed suicide Friday by shooting
himself through the head.
Eight men were killed by a snow
slide at tho Mollle Gibson mine, near
Nelson, B. C, on Saturday evening.
Jack Munroc. who stood off Cham
pion J. J. Jeffries for four rounds at
Butte, has been offered $500 per week
to go on the stage.
C. W. Bumham and J. C. Thompson
two Spokane Falls & Northern
brakemen were arrested in Spokane
Sunday for robbing two laborers in a
box car near Hlllgard,
Word has Just reached Seattle that
John I. Rouse, a pioneer mining mail
of Washington, starved to death In
Bolivia in 1900. He has been missing
but his friends thought he was in
Mike McGlnnls, a pioneer placer
miner of Deer Lodge, Mont yvont
crazy Sunday and terrorized tho
town by shooting at everybody in
sight. No one was injured and the
lunatic was soon captured and lodged
in a hospital.
Seventeen Inches of snow fell at
ftoldendale Saturday and Sunday.
Frank Etherldge, a 13-year-old boy
of Portland, was shot and killed on
Sunday, by tho accidental discharge
of a shotgun In the hands of another
Products of Oregon . farms in 1900
The Co I den Rule.
W. A. Memlenhall, Echo.
M. J. Memlenhall, Echo.
Mrs. J. W. Cookerly, Walla Walla,
Hazel Coleman, Walla Walla.
Erma Coleman, Walla Walla.
P. S. Heath and wife, Butte.
C. U Downer, Spokane.
W. C. Cunningham, Portland.
William Evans, Pilot Rock.
W. AlcRoberts, Spokane.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
William Lyndell, Promise.
William Mills. Juniper.
Z. Houser, Echo.
H. P. Rolf, Portland.
Mrs. Mary Derkel, Butte.
S. M. Holmes, Butte.
M. J. Holmes, Butte.
Frank L. Holmes, Butte.
R. H. Prater and wife, Dayton.
T. Mason, Walla Walla.
Ethel Stewart, Walla Walla.
Miss L. Harris, Mora.
George Harris, Mora.
J. P .McManus, Adams.
F. J. Porter, Spokane.
G-eorge E. Porter, Hazelton.
A. J. Hall, Spokane.
Edward Taft, Ilwaco.
H. J. Baddle, Spokane.
John Curran, Weston.
Levi Fanning, Weston.
Saved at Grave's Brink.
"I know I would long ago have
been in my grave," writes Mrs. S. H,
Newsom, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had
not been for Electric Bitters. For
three years I suffered untold agony
from the worst forms of indigestion,
waterbrash, stomach and bowel dys
pepsia But this excellent medicine
did me a world of good. Since using
It I can eat 'heartily anil have rained
35 pounds." For Indigestion, loss of
appetite, stomach, liver and kidney
troubles Electric Bitters are a posi
tive, guaranteed cure. Only 50c at
Taiiman & Co's. drug store.
Excursion to Kansas City,
On account of tho National Live
stock Association, to be held at Kan
sag City January 13 to 16. 1903. the
u. u. & n. win sen tickets to Kansas
Uiy and return, good 30 days, with
atop-over privileges on the return trip,
at ?55. By paying $12.60 extra the
return trip may be made through Cal
ifornia. Tickets sold on January 8
and 9 only. See the O. U. & N.
ticket agent for full partlcuuars.
Foils a Deadly Attack.
"My wife was so 111 that good physi
cians were unable to help her," writes
M. M, Austin, of Winchester, lnd
"but was completely cured by Dr.
King's New Life Pills." They work
were valued at $38,090,969, an In- wonders in stomach and liver
crease of over 100 per cent compared troubles. Cure constipation, sick head-
wun isau. Principal crops were;
Corn. 359,523 bushels; wheat 14.508,
C3G bushels; oats, 6,725,828 bushels;
barley, 1.515,150 bushels; rye, 109,
234 bushels; hay, 1,117.886 tons; hops
'14,675,577 pounds; potatoes, 3,701,367
25c at Tallman & Co's. drug
For Sale Brick building, 50x90 feet
on Main street at a bargain. Will pay
$150 a month rent until vacated after
sale. E. T. Wade.
WHILE DELIRIOUS MADE AN
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
Got Hold of an Old Rusty Knife and
Wounded Himself In the Neck and
Breast Makes Second Attempt by
Beating His Brains Out.
A ohoit Unlfo blrulc Is the only
thine that saved o life of Frnnk
Powell, now In the county jail.
Powell hns been herding shei'p Tor
William Slasher. Saturday he was
brought to town suffering from a bad
attack ot drunken tremens. He was
delirious and seemed to be going
riazy. Dr. .McFnul examined him Sat
r.rday afternoon and piniiouncml hl
case not dangerous, but advised tlmt
the man he kept here Tor a few days
to see if ho would not come out nil
At G o'clock Saturday evening Pow
ell attempted to cud his own life. He
got hold of an old maty pocket knife
mid 3talibed himself in the neck and
also in thu Ineast over the heart. The
old knife blade was not long enough
tc reach a vital spot and this was the
only thing which saved his life.
Wlieie Powell got the knife Is a
mystery. It was an old blade with
the handles rusted off and the blade
so rusty that It would not shut. The
lnilfo had the appearance or having
been hurried several years.
When arrested and placed In jail
Powell was carefully searched and
two pocket knives were taken from
him. Where he had tho knife hid
with which he nttempted to kill him
self caunot bo fathomed by the offic
ers, hut It Is evident that he had it
about his clothing as some of tho in
mates of tho jail claim they saw
Powell with the knife a few minutes
alter lie was placed in the Jail.
Bad Wound In Neck.
The wound in Powell's neck came
very near to putting him out of bus
iness. Had the blade of the knife
been a fraction longer his purpose
would have been accomplis. Tills
was the llrst cut. Then Powell buried
the blade of the old knife in hit.
bosom, hut It did not reach to thu
heart. Then Powell Tell to the floor
and began to groan. This attracted
the attention of tho other inmates
of the Jail, who raised the alarm and
the attendants rushed Into Powell's
cell to find him lying sweltering in
his own blood.
Dr. McFaul was called and dressed
the wounds. Powell was then placed
back in the cell and muffs put on his
hands to keep him from trying to
tear the wound with his fingers.
Made Second Attempt.
He had not been left to himself but
a few minutes when he nttempted to
beat his brains out against the Iron
bars of his cell. The officers discov
ered him at this, hut before he could
e stopped he had cut several bad
gashes in the top of his head. The
uoctor was called again and the sec.
end wound3 dressed. A guard was
men placed over the demented man
to keep him from further attempting
to end his life.
Powell will be Judged insane and
sent to the asylum unices' ho shows
signs of regaining his mental balance
within a few days.
1ISTAKEN FOR A MINISTER.
Lime and Lumber Salesman Meets
With an Amusing Experience.
E H. Thompson, of Bridal Veil,
salesman for Nottingham & Co.,
wholesale lime and cement dealers,
mil the Bridal Veil Lumber Company
went to Pleasant Valley, 10 miles
fast of Baker City, a Tow days ago.
It make ariangements to handle the
culput or n new lime kiln that has
bten built there recently.
He wandered up to the boarding
hoiifio at noon, washed with the crowd
of boarders that was waiting for tho
l.ell to ring, and being somewhat shy
allowed the table to be lllletl l
fore no got a seat.
However he was treated to a sur
prise. A side tnble was Immediately
ntranqed. with the whitest of linen,
the best spool and brightest silver
sugar bowl were placed upon It. and
he was Invited to sit down, alone,
A young lady was especially as
signed to look after his comfort and
drive the files nway from lilm.
He had eaten no breakfast, and
was ferociously hungry, and was soon
devouring the splendid meal before
him. .While at the height or his en
joyment, he was shocked to hear a
10-year-old boy say to his mother. In
tho kitchen: "Ma, what kind of n
preacher Is that? Ho didn't nsk no
It then dawned upon Mr. Thompson
that there might be a mistake about
bis Identity. He soon found that such
was tho case.
The little village expected a preach
er on the morning train to hold Sun
day school that afternoon, and every
body was wondering why lie was so
deeply Interested in tho lime kiln
that -he couldn't inquire Into the wel
fare of the Hock which awaited his
Cheap Rates Westbound.
From February 15 to April 30, 1903.
Inclusive, the O. It. & N. Co. will
have on sale tickets from Missouri
lllvor points to Pendleton for $22.50;
from St. Paul, $2.50; from St. Louis,
$27.50. Call on tho O. R. & N. ticket
agent for full particulars.
STATU OK OHIO, )
CITV' OK TOLEDO, )h
LUCAS COUNTY, )
Prank J. Cheney nukes oath Uut bs It
tae senior nartnr of th firm t v ,
Cheney & Co., doing btulneM In tbe city of
. v . ,j i w auu Late nioresaia, ana
ju.i tciu urm win pay tne inn of One
liana red Dollars for urh ami
of Catarrh tbat cannot be cured by the
uae of Hall'a Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and lubecrlbed In
S7 fJI5ence thl' 6th d"T of Member. A.
IBeai.) A. W, QLKASON,
, . . Notary Public.
Hall a Catarrh Cnrr In tt lninn..n.
and acta dlr-cllj on the blood and mucous
unai-CT ot me system, send for testi
F. J. CUENEI A CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
nail's Family Pills are the best.
The total value of farm nmnortv:
in Oregon in 1900 was $172,761,287, of
which $132,335,514 represented land.
improvements ana uuiiu nes iG.finn .
725 Implements and machinery, and
WOMEN and especially mothers are
mint compcttMit to appreciate the
purity, jittcetiiLSS, and delicacy ot
CtrtlcuitA How, and to iHn-over new uses
rurltilally. lu rcuKUkatilt-eiuolltcnt.clcana.
lug, and purltylnjc properties derhed from
CuncmiA, tliogre.it skin euro and purest of
emollient, warrant Its un)liiiireenliij:, purl
fyliiif.itm) beautifying tlioi-MmptoxInii.liamld,
anil hair, mill In the form or alie ami Holu
lions for ulrvrative wrnkm'i'ii, annoying
Irritations ami dialing, too lire or olteiisive
pcrplratlon, anil fur ninm- -un.Hlvc purpose
which reailllj Muin-it tliein-elr4.
lu many of il:e alioe conillilons, jrentlo
anolntliiiti with i tici;i:, will pmve of
SoUtnra't.'htiittthHnrM lnit Driii tiuCiuii
toir.solf t'rot..l;.t n 'rti.lfurkiacrtu."tra
Going out of
All sewing machines
in stock to be dis
posed of at cost.
Come early and
select a bargain
8 1 1 COUHT 8THKET
IF A FELLOW LOVES A GIRL, THAT'S hr
If a glrljovea a fellow, that's HER Burtm,,
Tf the fellow that loves the pM MH jfc 888
loves tho follow, marry, that's THEIR BiiaiiU
.If the fellow autl the girl want t u
that's OUH BUSINESS 1 to buPS
Call nt 315 Kttst Court street nml we m
you that It'H YOUR.I1USINESS to buv rfa
member our prices Mt your poefcet and 4wL
arranged to milt yourself. Wmits ,
THERKELSEN PIANO HODSI,
S. L. WAKEFIELD & CO.
315 East Conrt Street.
PERFECTION IN FLOUfr!
? i i : ro vanes i nnnm . .. n
is ruduueu in 'uixuvo Dao ouiter Hour cannnt t
ti... t i. . !. . """ul n Cjl
x iiu i-iwuii ui uiu itiiciu nuji miners in overs best
Flour, which is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MILL
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
OUR CARPET SALE
Is now in progress and it will pay you to look over oh
stock and get our special low prices. If you n$ed '
carpets tor anouicr year it win pay you to take advan
tage of the extreme low prices that prevail now,
Patterns and colorings the very latest styles.
Undertaking a Specialty.
The New Magazines
Ladles Home Com
panion Iti fact we have all the
new things in popular books
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OK BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB 8TB
Free Mail Delivei
Is now iu operation in Pendleton. Prepare
to have your mail Delivered properly. We
have House Numbers, large and distinct 1
Door Plates with your name plainly engrav
ed thereon. Mail slot for doors. Mail deliver
ed inside' your homes through these slots.;
Arrange to shut out the cold. Iron Mauboiei
with locks. Mail oerfectlv safe. Neat ani'
T. C. TAYLOR THE HARDWIRE
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30
- . . v jW T Ul f I bill. IIIViJV - u
specially selected company, supporting Miss fSMJ
Curtis in the greatest success of the season
DOWN BY THE SEA
Wonderful Bleotrlcnl etteots, MaBnlllcout tcenio effto' b
QUI? The illuminated Cathedral
OXulJCl Tuo Est-Havm Light and the rescue, and
That wonderful baby.
No advance In priced.
Seats on Sale at Frazier's. Prices. 25o, 50o, 76m
Same excellent company that appeared here a few
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Murphy & Langever, Proprs