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SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Concerning the People of Pendleton and Vicinity Notes
Personal and Otherwise By Our Regular Correspondent
order to an enormous expense to
have paid the transportation o the
large number of delegates to the
W. A. Northcutt. who has been for a
lone time the head consul of the or
der, was forced by advancing ago to
resign from the office and yield to a
younger man. Mr. Northcutt Is at the
present time the lieutenant governor
of tho state of Illinois, and has held
tho ofllce at the head of the Woodmen
for a long time, with credit to It and
honor to himself. His successor Is
tho Honorable A. Tt. Talbert, of Lin
coln, Nob., who was the former part
ner of W. J. Bryan.
While In the East the Judge was
asked on every hand for Information
relating to this part of the country
and the wholo West, and many of the
Eastern people are making prepara
tions to move to this part of the
union. California is the best adver
tised, hut Oregon, Washington and
Idaho are about as well known, and
are In tho minds of the people who
are looking for homes in a land where
the sun does not burn them or the
wind blow them away.
TELEPHONE LINE SOLD.
Line From Pendleton to Lehman
Springs Bought by Endlcott.
John Endlcott of thlB city, has
bought the line of the Pendleton Tel
ephono Company of J. B. Despam and
will take charge of the property at
The line runs from this city to
Pljotltock, Cunningham's, Smith's and
Owlng's ranches, Ridge, Alba, Uklab,
HIdaway Springs and Lehman
Springs and is a valuable piece of
property. It Is tho intention of the
present owner to Improve nnd extend
the plant, making It larger and of
Tho I'rescott, Arizona, Journal
Minor contnlnB the following notice
of tho double wedding of Mrs. M. E.
McCulloch and her daughter, Mrs. L.
J. Ashton, In that city last week. Mrs.
McCulloch nnd Mrs. Asnton left Pen
dleton for I'rescott nhout a month ago,
stopping to visit In Portland en route.
"Two very quiet weddings took
place last evening in i'rescott that
rather took tho breath of tho friends
of the contracting parties, they com
ing as a complete surprise. Tho hap
py parties to this sly little bit of mat
rimonial romance were James II. Mul
roin nnd Mrs. M. E. McCulloch nnd
Frank B. Mulreln and Lola Jeanette
Ashton, tbo grooms being brothers
and the brides being motner nnd
"Mrs. McCulloch and .inughter have
been spending the past six or seven
months nt Portland and other Oregon
places, tholr old home, and returned
to Prescott Inst evening. Tney wore
mot nt tho depot by the nbove gentle
men with hacks nnd tho former couplo
were driven at once to the ofllce of
Probate Judge Hicks where they were
married. The latter couple drove to
tho Catholic church parsonnge where
they were married by Father Vhlte.
They had a nice lltle cottngo all
ready to begin housekeeping In good
shape and went nt once to occupy it
like good sensible young folk. Mr.
and Mrs. Jnmes Mulreln have apart
ments at the Burke hotel where they
will remnln for tho present. All pnr
tles to this little romance are well
and favorably known In this city and
have a host of freimls who join the
Journal-Miner in wishing them con
tinunl joy nnd prosperity."
Successful Lawn Party.
Mrs. James Crawford entertained
the members of the Presbyterian Sun
day school last Thursday evening, at
her home on West Jackson street.
The lawn was Illuminated and the
young people were treated to an even
ing of pleasant entertainment, gnmes
nnd other entertainment being furn
ished by tho hostess and the ladles
who assisted hor.
Will Spend the Summer at Dixie.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wade left this
morning for their country home at
Dixie, where they will spend the sum
mer. They were accompanied by the
Misses Edith Habersham and Anna
Maclane, of Astoria, who will visit
with them a week before returning
to their homes.
i... .. .,!, nno nt tlm fpnturrs
which was a banquet given by Sena
tor Fleming. Tlie social iuiicuuhh
Enjoying Visit at Old Home.
Mrs. T. C. Warner, who is spending
tho summer at her old home in Fort
Wnyne, Intl., writes that she is en
joying her visit very much. She was
an Invited guest at the entertain
ment given the Indiana Democratic
Editorial Association, at Fort Wayne,
I tho larger cities of the East are
-Ivnn mi a very large scaie. aim ai-
-,,vU inMniiiv nn n snico to tho on
i tortiiinment, persons of more or less
j .Airs. Warner writes that an acci
,io.it -iitnli hnfel hpr motner. who Is
: nearly 70 years of nge, had been tho
only unpleasant occurrence oi hu
i.uif tinr ninthnr rocolved sovun
Injuries from a fall, about a year
ago, and was Just recovering from
I them, when she had tlio misioriuno io
I meet with n similar accident Inst
: .ni.- u'htin not. ilnneerouslv injur-
I ed, oil account of her age, tho shock
has been very severe.
Mrs. Warner will return horn
1 about September 1.
I Thorn wns nn informal tVO-StOI)
given by a party or me young peuvie
of the city In the Armory hall on
Tuesday evening. About 15 couples
were present and a very enjoyable
time was the result.
Party at Bingham Springs.
A Inllv nnrtv nf 1 1 snpllt Inst Sllll
day at Bingham Springs, going up on
the evening before and returning
Sunday evening. Tiie party was cimp
eroned by Mesdames Charles Berk
ln- ntiil r Q Qpliiilts nnil rnmnrised
the Misses' Edna Thompson, Fnnchon
Borie. Eva Switzier, or wniia waua;
and Constance Despain, ot Portlauu;
Messrs. William Keller, Oeorge Hart'
man, Fred Lnni'pkln, Fred Schmeor,
Earl Borie, Roy Rltner nnd Joo Cox,
Will Entertain In the Country.
Miss Blanche Horn will entertain
a party of her friends at her country
home on McKay creek tomorrow.
About 10 of her young friends will
drive out this evening nnd spend the
day, returning In the evening.
Social and Personal Notes.
Miss Henrietta Thompson Is the
guest of friends in Portland for a
Mrs. Chnrles H. Carter has return
ed from a month's visit with friends
Mrs. H. E. Bickers and daughter,
Mabel, of Turner, Or., are visiting
in the city, the guests of Mrs. Lee
The Misses Whlttemore entertain
ed a few of their friends at their home
on West Railroad street on the even
ing of Monday last.
Miss Ethel Johnson entertained a
few friends at her home on Thursdny
last. In honor of her friend. Miss
Edith Habersham, of Astoria.
.Miss Adna Raley, accompanied by
her cousin, Clifford Pruitt, of Oak
land. Cat., has gone to Weston for a
visit with friends and relatives at
Baptist Delegates Depart.
Rev. George T. Ellis, who preached
tho closing sermon of the Eastern Or
egon Baptist Association last night,
left for his homo in Baker City, this
morning. M. O. Perry, ot Baker City,
nnd Rev. Thomas Splght, of Ontario,
left last night and Rev. C. R. Lamar,
of Weston, and J. A. Howard, of Ad
ani3, left this morning.
William Henry Taken to Portland.
Deputy United States Marshal A.
A. Roberts loft this morning for Port
land, having in his custody Wlllinm
Henry, under bonds to appear beforo
the federal grand Jury for selling
liquor to the Indians.
Mealy bug, red spider, aphis,
currant worm, caterpillar and
other Insects that Infest plants.
Also fleas and insects on ani
mals Is our
Fir Tre Oil Soap
A two-pound can makes 32 gal
lons of spray, for which we
recommend our patent distrib
utor and sprayer.
Price 2-lb can $ .75
Patent Sprayer - ,75
TALLMAN & CO.
Tacoma Next Meeting Place Officers
Elected and Medals Presented.
The features of yesterday's shoot at
Dayton was the score of McMillan, of
Post Falls, Idaho, who hit 50 targets
out of a possible 50 In the event for
the Dayton medal, nnd the general
average of Sheard, of Tacpma, wno
messed only 1C targets out of 200 shot
Tho best ptirso of the day was won
by S. McDonald in event 23, amount
ing to $32.50. Blgelow and Becker, of
Ogdon, and Sheard, of Tacoma, aro
tied for tho Globe trophy with 47 tar
gets each. The tie will he shot off
The annual meeting of the associ
ation was held last night in the par
lors of the Dayton Club, when the fol
lowing officers were elected for the
T. F. Smith, Tacoma, president; M.
B. Brownleo, Spokane, first vice-president;
J. Hlllls, Butte, Mont., second
vice-president; A. P. Bigelow, Og'
den, Utah, third vice-president; V. V.
Ceasar, Tacoma, secretary-treasurer;
T. B. Waro, Spokane, .Morris Abra
ham, Portland, C. I. Wood, Tncoma,
W, F. Sheard, Tncoma, ami Georgo
B. Baker, Dayton, directors.
Tacoma was chosen as the next
placo of meeting in June, 1904.
California was admitted to member
ship In tho association.
During tho evening the Dayton
medal was presented to tho associa
tion. This medal was donated by the
membors of tho Dayton Oun Club. It
is a handsome piece of workmanship
and Is valued at $150.
RAI8ED FIFTY DOLLARS.
Frauclsco, C, F. Lenie, third. Time of
fastest bent, 1:08.
Second event Little Willie, Georgo
Perringer, first; Lady Memo, T. W.
Ayres, second; Peanuts, Gus Lafon
tniue, third. Time of fastest heat,
Third event Lady Smltii, Perrin
ger track, first; Prince, H. L. Swag
gnrt, second. Time of fastest heat,
POLICE COURT TODAY.
One Case Disposed of While Two Are
In the police court this morning Ed
Haberly was fined $5 for drunkenness,
which ho paid.
W. F, Hallman wns arraigned for
drunkenness and vngra.ncy and plead
not guilty, and his trial was set for
The enso of the State vs. Lovo was
called this afternoon and at this time
Is being tried before tho Justlco court.
It is the case of alleged assault nnd
battery committed nt tho Juniper
school house on tho day of tho school
election held there not long ngo. H.
E. Collier is representing tlio defend
ant In tho trial.
Driving Matinee Benefit for Heppner
Tho Pondloton Driving Association
held a very successful meet at the 1
SImpson-Perringer track yesterday I
afternoon for tho benefit of tho suf-!
forors of tho Heppner flood, and ns a ,
result of tho meet netted $50, which I
will be sent to the committee at the '
place. i '
Several very Interesting races were
had and tho horses wero very evenly ,
matched, making tho heats more ox-
citing to watch. A good crowd was
In attendance, and tho Interest mani
fested by tho audience was gratifying
to tho promotors of the sfihomo: Tho
results of tho soveral races "aro print
First ovont Oveta, J. A. Bradley,
first; Olllo M, James Erwin, second;
Light Artillery Recruits.
Sergeant F. A. Moore of the Eighth
Cavalry, located at Jufferson Bar
racks, St. Louis, Mo., passed through
the city this morning in thai-go of.n
squad of nine mon recruited at that
place for the light artillery of the
Wnlla Walla station. The young mon
go to that place and from there ex
pect to go to tho islands In the fall.
They aro recruited nt St. Louis, but
aro from all parts of tho country,
from West Virginia to Malno. Tho
names of thoso in tho battalion were:
J. Hatcher, nobort L. Wollartl. Her
man Vincent. John Smith, George
Brown, Alf Spencer, Frank Porter,
Frank Richards and A. S. Franks.
Divorce Granted Today.
Judgo W. R. Ellis today granted a
tlecreo of divorce In lite case of Wil
liam McCarthy vs. Julia McCarthy,
which suit was filed on April 28, 1903.
Tho plaintiff alleged dosertlon as the
cause for action, which cause by tho
plaintiff remained unforgiven and Uncondoned.
Sold Two Lots.
AVndo, Ilryson & Wado havo sold
lots 0 and 13 in block 2. Edgowood
addition to Pondloton for John Hoi
mlck to J. M. Slack, tho considera
tion being $160,
O". D. Tecl, of Echo, came up on a
short visit InBt night.
D. M. Walter, of Sumptor, Is In tho
city for a short visit.
Mrs. Rose Campbell is moving to
day to COS Johnson Btrcet.
E. Currnn, of Forest Grove, Is in
the city for a short visit.
S. Mnrklmm, of Umatilla, is n Ton
itiptmi visitor for tho day.
E. W. Knox, of Mcncham, is in the
city on a short uusincss visit.
W. C. Howe, of Dundee, Is In the
city for a few days on business.
N AnkPiiy, of Wnlla Walln. is in
the city for a short business trip.
-n. tVntnva nt TTnnnnnr. Is nt tho
Golden Rule hotel for a Bhort stop in
Roy Raley and Bert Whitman have
gone to tho mountains for a two
weeks' hunting trip.
Mr. and Sirs. J. E. Kcos, of Wnlla
Walla, are In the city the guests of
friends for a few days.
H. Connors, O. It. & N. division
roadmnster at Umatilla, was In the
city last ovening between trains.
Mr and Mrs. W. G. Whitney and
family,-of Payette, nre at the Pendlo
ton trom n short visit with friends.
Englncor Drofson, who has been
running tho helper out of this city,
was relieved by E. II. Curtis nnd left
for his homo in La Grnndo Inst night.
Mrs. Joseph Busier has returned
from n visit at Helix, where she has
been for some time nt the homo of
hor parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tim
merman. Miss Maude Wheeler left this morn-
tno- fur Mpnoltnni U'liprn Rho wfll
spend her vncatlon with friends. Hor
music class will bo dlsmlssod until
tho hot weather is over,,
F. E. Holm and O. E. Lemons, of
the O. R. & N. grievance committee,
of La Grande, passed up tho road last
night en route homo from a confer
ence with the officials In Portland.
T7nv TMwnril Piirrnn flnnf-rnrrntlnn.
al minister from Forest Grove, was In
thn plt- vpstnrdnv tlin pllPRt nf Tlnv.
J Edwnnis. He spent some days this
wet-u m Heppner, icxiugiou unu lone,
his former fields of labor.
Sixty Dollars Sent to Heppner By
The following subscription was
handed to Judge Hnrtmnn today and
the amount will be turned In with tho
gonoral fund from Pendleton and sent
We, the undersigned, bartenders of
Pendleton, do most respectfully sub
scribe tho sum set opposito our
names for the benefit of tne Hoppnor
Sam Roberts $ 5.00
U. G. Rudd 5.00
D. W. Mumt'ord 5.00
W. E. Crall 5.00
Ed Barr 5.00
ueorge Ernst 2.50
J. W. Davis 5.00
T. J. Maley 2.50
G. E. Krobs 2.50
J. L. Lewis ... 2.50
Dave Carlan 2.50
J. P. Sullivan 2.50
J. D. Shull 2.50
Paul Wlllock 2.50
B. C. Wilson 2.50
W. J. Hoppor 2.50
E. R. Thompson 2.50
E. R. Fergus'on 2.50
Real Estate Transfers.
Louis J. Perkins and Mamie E.
Perkins, his wife, have sold to Bor-
tha B. Guernsey for $1,250. lots G
nnd C in block 3, in Llvermoro's ad
dition io the city of Pendleton.
Albert E. Cowles lins sold to Mary
J. Waldron for $2,000 tho north half
of the northeast quarter, and the
north half of tho northwest quarter,
and south half of the northeast quar
ter, and tho north half of tho south
east quarter, and south half of the
northwest quarter, and north halt of
the southwest quarter of section 2,
in township 1, south of rango 30 east.
Home Was a Hospital,
Judge and Mrs. W. R. Ellis return.
ed to their homo last night, accomna-
nled by their sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank
itouerts, or that place, who will visit
with them for a time. Slnco tho flood
tno homo of Mrs. Rohorts has been a
hospital, and has been open to the
public all of tho tlmo, nnd Mrs, Roh
orts and baby will visit here until
tno conditions there aro more Bottled.'
Marriage License Granted,
A marriage licenso was granted
yesterday aitemoon to Honry G. Cas
teel and Miss Lllllo V, Konnlson, both
of Umatilla county.
Even children drink Graln-0
because they like it and tho doc
tors say it is good for them. Why
not? It contains all of the nourish,
jnent of the pure grain and none
of the poisons of coffee.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
Atgroctn rcrjnliero; lie. awl 2Jc. pt rpackigft.
wo iiavo just r ooived a nice line of
t Toilet Sots, both plain aud decorated
1 OWL TEA HOUSE
j Cheapest place in Oregon
t Jn ttt i it- i "T" - 'I' ?' T ' f ' " 'I' '1 r - ! t ill t .
To Attend Oar GREAT SPECIAL SALE
Saturday and Monday
Jane 27 Jane 29
Some GREAT BARGAINS will be offered
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xv.mvixirxuix. J'ui itio ivvu uaj s s;uu WO will give
our customers 20 lbs of Granulated Sugar for jl
ST. JOE STORE
Buyiueti, uuy uiu'ueic ami pi:-
In vs. No matter what van M
in Harvesting essentials we cu
fit vnn nnt. In nnvthintr in to
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nun- rn n t-.iiik minin. itk im
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50 Pieces, SO yards to the piece,
Lettef Ozf Price
Black, White and & CoIort
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