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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1903.
THEY talk about "style"
and "beauty" and "form"
and other things that
mean nothing. But they say
little about fit.
"Queen Quality" is the one
shoe for women which is
made so that it fits the foot
just as a Paris-made glove
fits the hand.
BOOTS $3 - SPECIAL
DINDINGER WILSON & CO"
Phone Main 1181. Good Hhoc! Clieup
R, Morrison, of Adams, is In the
J. B. Wilson, of Kamela, was In the
H. Connell, of Umatilla, spent Sun
dny In this city.
A. E. Shlck, of Athena, Is In the
city today on business.
J. W. Porringer, of Adams, is n
guest at the Golden Rule.
T. J. Kirk, of Athena, Is transact'
ing business in the- city today.
John McNerny, of Cayuse, was In
the city Sunday visiting friends.
C. E. Nelson, of Weston, was In
tho city today on a business trip.
Hugh Mclntyre, of Milton, trans
acted business in the city today.
William Clark, of Freewator, was
in the city today for a short visit.
Zoeth Houser arrived up from
Echo this morning, on n short visit.
William Johnson, of Freewator, is
in the city visiting triends for a short
D, J. Kirk, of Milton, is In tho city
today looking after nls interests
J. B. Frazler, of Milton, was the
guest oi menus in
D. W. Jackson and wile of La
Grande, were in the city a snort time
Saturday evening, en route home
from a visit to Seattle and Spokane,
Herbert D. Newell, United States
engineer working on the geological
survey in this vicinity, was in the
city yesterday, registered at the Hotel
Cecil Wado returned to Ills college
work nt Wnlla Walla this morning
after a visit here with his parents
and friends. He came home chiefly
to attend the organization of the
alumni of the high school Saturday
Real Estate Transfers.
George H. Stevenson and Rebecca
his wife, and H. F. Conner have sold
to the Blue Mountain Ranch for $1
200, the southwest quarter of the
west half of the southeast quarter of
section 22, township 2 north of range
27 east, and the northwest quarter
of section 27, in township 2 north of
ranee 27 cast. The land is located
west of Echo on the Columbia Land
and Irrigation Company's irrigation
Willlnm Barber Blanchnrd et. nl.
have sold to Julia A. Blancharu for
$l,l!00, seven and one-half acres of
land In the southwest corner of the
southeast nuarter of section 35. in
township C, range 35 east, together
with n nuarter Interest in an irrigai
Inc ditch on the snld land. The prop
erty Is In the vicinity of I-reewnter,
Cab and Bicycle Collide.
William McKay, tho cabman, had
the misfortune to demolish the front
rim on a boy's bicycle this after
noon. The boy. whose name was not
learned, was standing on the curb
when McKay drove ills hack up,
He rang the bell, but the boy paid
no heed until the cab was nearly op
poslle, when he started to ride away
and ran his front wheel under the
iront wheel of the cab, breaking the
rim and knocking the boy down. No
blame Is attached to the cab driver,
as he gave ample warning to the boy
who could have prevented the nccl
dent had ho been paying attention to
where ho wns going.
New Man on Ball Team.
Manager R. P. Brown, of the local
ball team, announces that Joe Fay,
tho. last year's short stop, of the Pen
dleton nine, will arrive in Pendleton
either tonight or tomorrow and will
play with the home team tho rest or
the season. Where ho will play Is
not yet determined upon, but will be
decided before the first game of tne
Colfax-Pendloton series commencing
at Colfax on Thursday next.
DOCKET FOR JUNE TERM
18 VERY LENGTHY.
Case of T. P. Gllllland vs. E. T. Wade
Being Heard Today Ed Weston
Will Be Tried for Horse Stealing
Judge W. R. Ellis convened the
circuit court for the eighth judicial
district (his morning at the court
house at 9 o'clock.
The docket for the June term is a
lengthy one, 40 cases appearing up
on it, though not all of theso will
ever come to trial,, and others will
perhaps bo continued for one reason
The docket wns arranged by Coun
ty Clerk Chamberlain Saturday and
the court has set several cases for
hearing during tho current week.
The case of T. P. Gllllland vs.
T. Wade Is on trial todav. It is
civil action brought to compel Wade
to reimburse plaintiff in the sum of
?100, alleged to bo due on a land
denl. Gllllland placed a farm in the
hands of Wade for sale. Wade made
a deal with Fred Ganger who paid
?iuu down to bind the bargain. Hav
ir.g viewed the property, he decided
it was undesirable and forfeited his
deposit. The suit is brought bv Gil
lllnnd to recover tho ?100 allaged to
be due him.
The case of tho state of Oregon vs
Andrew Barnhart is a crimlnnl case
nnd Is set for this afternoon. The de
fendant is accused of stealing a sad
die from Frank Nolson. of Weston
a young man of his acquaintance.
The case of E. Slmnson vs. J. A,
Nelson, is an appeal from the justice
court or weston. it Is a case Invok
ing money due rn a horse sale. It is
set tor June 2.
Tho case of the state of Oregon vs.
Ed Weston, is a criminal case from
Umatilla county. Tho defendant is
accused of tho larceny of a horse, and
tne case is set for June 3.
The case of Lake vs. Suhl Is a civil
action set for trial on the 4th of June,
It Is a suit in ejoctment: the plaintiff
endeavoring to eject the defendant
from proporty owned by plaintiff and
occupied ny defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall, of Milton
spent Sunday In this city visiting
Asa B. Thompson, receiver of the
X-n uranue ianu omce, spent Sunday
in me city,
E, D. Weaver and famny have re
turned from a month's visit In the
Judge John F. Morgan, of Boise
(Jicy, spent Sunday in Pendleton vis
lung menus here.
Will M. Peterson, an attorney of
auiuua, is in tne city on business
wun tne circuit court.
Cecil Cates. an mnnlnvA nf iho r
R. & N. at La Grande, visited friends
iu i-uiiuiuion sunuay.
H. T, Jones, a newspaper man for
merly of Seattle, but later of Baker
tjiiy, is in the city today.
Frank W. Smith, tho editor of the
rniernai isagle, of Seattle, was a
uuuiuuju visitor yesterday.
J. D. Casey, of Hllgard, was In the
my on uusmess Saturday night, re
mining iiumo aunuay morning.
Miss M. V. Gaithor. assistant super
intonueni or the Umatilla Indian
school, is in the city from tho mission
Miss Parrot, tho nrlnnlnnl r r,
Field school, left this morning for
Portland, where she will spend her
UlUll iMOSErove n. mnrnliniif trnm
Milton, was In the city yesterday at
.i t 01 ueorge. He returned
Palouse Country Prosperous.
E. M. Lyons, of the St. Joe store.
has returned from a trip to the Pa-
louse country. Mr. Lyons reports the
prospects of Palouse City and the
vicinity to be very brlgiic. A Wis
consin firm has hnntrhr tup PnlnnRp
i enuioton yes- lumber mill and franchise at an out
J lay of ?3UO,000, and will develop the
All the latest stvles and nov
elties in the most fashonable
leather. Our stock is large
and varied and the prices interesting.
TALLMAN & C2:
lumber industry to a large extent
The company has a capitalization
or ?7,uou,uoi). inside of a year they
expect to employ 200 men In the mill
In Police Court
Four men have been before Judge
Htzgorald since court closed on Fri
day, and out of the lot the city real
ized ?5 revenue. John Doe, a white
ninn, was arrested Friday evening,
charged with drunkenness, nnd for
feited to ball. Two white men and
an Indian were arrested for being
drunk and all were given three dnys
In Jail, they not having the neces
sary money to stand a fine.
Three Fine Residences.
R. E. Tarbot, John E. Bennett and
L. O. Sheek have each purchased lots
on Thompson street, between Tusttn
and Bluff, and will build residences
there, this season. Messrs. Tarbett
and Bennett have stone foundations
now built, nnd also 100 feet of stone
wall fronting Thomnson street, and
will build immediately. Mr. Sheek
has his lot graded and will build later
In tho season.
F. D. Cramer, a nonular O Tt. jC-
brakeman, was united In marriage to
Gladys Duncnn, of Umatilla last week.
Tho ceremony took place In Walla
Walla. Rev. Turner offlciatlnir. onlv
a few intimate friends being present.
Mr. and Mrs. Cramer spent their
honeymoon in Spokane and Kalispel,
returning to live in Starbuck.
Senator Heyburn Here.
W. B. Heyburn. of Wallace. Idaho,
and United States senator from that
state, was a visitor nt tne Hotel St,
ueorge yesterday. He returned to
ins nome this morning.
The Federation of Labor meets to
night in extra session In the rooms
next to the Men's Resort. All mem
bers are requested to come. Business
' Nell She used to boast that she
was one of the charter members of
the Woman's Suffrage Club. She does
not appear to be as proud of it now.
iieile unr she's Just as proud, but
you know the club was organized 15
years ago, and she must have been
at least 20 when Bhe Joined. Phila
Ethel I offered Ferdy a nennv for
nis uiougnts. JSdlth Well, I'll never
let you do any shopping for me,
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER.
Professors E. B. and Roy Conklln,
Miss Shepherd and Miss Rltner Re
elected. Tho board of directors for the pub
lic schools met last Saturday even
ing for the election of teachers for
the ensuing school year.
The entire high school fnculty,
DMr.conp Ttnv irnnltlln Tinr uonKlliii
Miss Shopherd nnd Miss Rltnor, were
re-elected. Tiio uoara men iuuk p
the consideration of the other city
opimnic nnii nnrf nf tho teachers of
last year were re-elected. The board
did not finish Its work, but will com
plete the list at a meeting to bo held
Wprlnparlnv nvnnlnir. It Is under
stood that part of the last year's com
plement of Instructors would not bo
retained, but that some new appli
cants would ho elected to fill vacan
cies In tho list.
Thero Is a full-fledged Chinese In
surrection under way in Yuman prov
ince. Imperial troops have been
sent to quell It.
Kill the Germ that is Destroying
the Hair Root
HER PICI DE
IS THE SCIENTIFIC REMEDY
THAT KILLS THESE
For Sale by Drugjlsb. Prlqe $1.00.
Monopole, Rock Cahdy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
Prominent Rebekah In the City.
Mrs. Thcora Mnhlev. nt Hnl
Idaho, wns a visitor In Pnnillntnn
today. Mrs, Mahlov Is the-
of the Rebokah stato assembly of the
I. O. O. F.. and Is on a tour of the
lodges of tho Idnho illstrlnr whiM,
she visits In tho interest of the order.
She left this morning for Spokane.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho fnmllv
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
m ..... r
n delicious and healthful desspri. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling I nc
baking 1 add boiling water and set to
eooi. .flavors: t,emon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strawberry. Get a package
m. juui iuuui lu-uuy. JO CIS.
Heppner Sheep to Nevada.
D. F. Sundors. nt V.rhn iinunrui nm.
tho O. II. & K. with 10 rnr lnn.lo of
Stock sheen Sunilnv wlilol, mill i.
unloaded at Huntington and trailed
uiiuiign to mo Kovada range.
"Hutch" at llwaco.
n V tTl.inl.lr... 1
-- ..wm-iuiio, iuriuurjy reporter
on the East Oregonlan, has accopted
a reportorial position on tho Pacific
Journal, published at llwaco, Wash.
Tho famous Fnrrln wlmnl r isoi
fame, will bo sold today; or, if there
are no bidders it win i... i,rv.n
and sold as junk.
The Aristocrat Among the
Whiskies of the old School.
Without a peer.
, 7Xer 2esrzour -oritur I
For all climates; heat, cold,
ram, gases, fumes and fire do
not affect it. Comes in
rolls ready for laying. Low
freight charges. Inexpen
sive to apply, cheap in the
first place and lasts for
Send for booklet.
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San Francisco, Seattle,
Portland, Los Angelts
and Denver, Colorado.
T. C, TAYLOR, Agent
H. M. EICE.TFreewater
Ar'tit for Umatilla County.;
J. P. Valksr, city Agent for l'endletoa
YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DOTyl
i The St. Joe Stoi
1 We Propose to make this .i.
t Sales week we have had since locating in peg"1'51
We will Make Prices that
Astonish the Natives
COME IN AND SEE US
Lyons Mercantile Comnar
THE FISHING 8EAS0
is now open and. m.n. .
led beauty Is awatisg the,
of the ambitious angl,t,
skill and ambition will',
little without good Ml p
tackle. W.J. Clarke 4 &,
the most attractive and
able line of these goods, ,
prising everything neeij
trout, baas, pickerel, i
Mir i rr a rirr?
; tt -iJux-a.vivii ot, v-O. 211 LourtStn
-r"-r"-r,-fr-I' .. f . ...j...,
Of out Great Wash Goods, Shir
Waist, Suit andj Shirt Waisl
Saturday was our Buisest day of the Season
and many of the gocd things were carried
off, but there is still a very fine assortment
of our Sale Goods.
Our Shirt Wa isfsAr
The Finest in The
We Are Still Selling Embroider
ies at Oar Usual Redaction : :
BIG BOSTON STORE
Finest'Line of Co hes and Extension Tables in Eastern Or
MAIN AND.WEBB STREETS. Undertaking Parlors 1 1
DO YOU ENJOY
Pride of Umatilla.
GOOD SMOKE? Try Pendleton Wj
Made at home. A. RflUW"
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