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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1903)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JUIMfc.
That is our motto, and we
lia'e the SHOES toshow
you. Our business is' grow
ing every day, because we
treat our customers right and
give them values for their
Special Sale on Tan
Oxfords. BIG VAL
UES, Regalar price
$2 to $4, Sde Price
Good SHOES CHEAP
son & Company
WILL BUILD A NEW CHURCH.
REQUIRES A LICENSE FROM
PERSONS IN THE BUSINESS
Must Also Give Bond of Not Less
Than $1,000 Nor More Than $50,
000 Detailed Statement of Bus'
ness Done Must Be Filed June 15
With County Clerk Only a Few
On the first of July a new law will
co into effect that is of much inter-
i est to tuis section, slnco It relates to
! the management of the wheat ware.
houses of the state, mul provides for
1 the conduct of the same.
I The law was passed at the last
I session of the legislature, and was
framed to protect the farmers nnd all
those who had occasion to store grain
, in the warehouses of the state.
I The law Is found on tince 253 of the
I General Laws for Oregon for 1903,
I and provides that all persons engag
ing in the business of storing grnln
for hire or otherwise, shall, on or be-
tore the first day of July, iyo3. pro
cure from the county court of the
i counts- In which the business is car
ried on. a license authorizing such
; persons to engage in the business of
storing grain, and the license shall be
! placed in a conspicuous place in the
i office of the company.
i It Is the duty of the county court
I to see that nil persons so engaged
' shall furnish undertakings In some
j sum to be determined by the court;
sum sum lo oe mil less man l.u'.'u,
Organizations All Over State Will ; nor more than $50.(100.
Help Heppner Episcopalians.
Rev. W. E. Potwine left for "Weston
tills morning for a visit to that place,
where he has charge of the church.
The Episcopal churches of the state
are all helping the church at Heppner
On the 15th day of June of each
year all persons or firms engaged In
the business of storing grain nhall
furnish to the county clerk of the
county In which the business is con
ducted, a statement showing the
C to rebuild, and for this purpose col- j amount of grain in store, nnd also a
lections are being taken at the Sun-
uay services to bo applied on thnt
fund. The Church of the Redeemer
gave $17 at the mooting yesterday,
and the other churches' throughout
the state also contributed. It is hop
ed by this means to raise at least
J1.000. Bishop Wistar Morris, of
Portland, has given J500 toward the
fund as a private subscription.
Next Sabbath the chuFenes of
Heppner will hold a union memor
ial service in the Christian church
at that city for the dead of the flood.
HevB. John Warron, A. IC Glover nnd
v. E. Potwine will be In attendance
and assist with the sorvlces.
Fishing at Bingham.
M. It. Stlnson, of Salem, the grand
keeper of the records and seal of the
Knights of Pythias of the state, J. W.
Maloney, the grand chancellor of the
samo order, h. B. Iteedor, the grand
sachem of the Itedmen, and Dr. Whit
taker, of this city, returned from a
fishing trip to Bingham Springs this
morning, at which place they spent
Sunday seeking the elusive trout.
Visiting In Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. William Krasslg vis
ited friends and relatives In Athena
yesterday. Mr. Krasslg returned
home this morning but Mrs. Krasslg
will visit with her parents there for
1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I Ml 1 I I M .HH
statement showing the amount rep
resented by outstanding warehouse
receipts, which shall be kept for pub
If any person or persons, or. corpo
ration or corporations so ' engaged
shall neglect to comply with the re
quirements of the law and shall at
tempt to carry on their business
without first securing the license as
provided they will forfeit to the state
the Bum of $50 for each and every
day they so violate the law: said sum
to be treated as a fine nnd collected
in the same manner as are all fines
The provisions of the law apply
generally to any and nil persons or
firms owning or operating any place,
whether warehouse, gristmill or other
place where grain Is stored for com
pensauon or otnerwise, anu was
framed to protect the storers from
fraud on the part of the bailees. Only
a few of the warehouse men of the
section have as yet complied with
the law, and It is probable that they
have not remembered that it goes in
to effect at this time. It is necessary
that they comply with its provisions
berore they open their places for this
year's work, or they will be liable to
the fine as .specified.
C. Wood, of Weston, was a visitor
In the city yesterday.
E. Dickey, of Baker City, was a
Pendleton visitor todny.
J. F. Kllgore, of Weston, is In the
city for a short business visit.
R. E. Porter, of Walla Walla, came
down on the noon O. it. & is. train.
Mrs. S. R. Jones, of Athena, is in
the city visiting friends for a short
Miss Delia B. Crlgler has returned
from an extended visit with friends
W. H. Blakley. the ex-sheriff or this
county, went to his home nt Adam
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Montgomery,
of Kent, are in the city fof a "short
visit with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Richmond, of
Weston, are In the city the guests of
friehds for a day or so.
T. W. Ayres went to Hcpnner this
morning, where he will look after
business Interests of the family.
L. B. Rlnehart. of Union, was in
the city yesterday and left this morn
ing for a business trip to North
D. McConnell nnd wife, of Dayton,
Wash., were visitors in the city over
Sunday, being registered at the Hotel
Mrs. N. P. Isaacs, of Vana Walla,
left yesterday for home. She stop
ped with friends here en route from
one of the mountain resorts.
W. M. Beagle nnd son are expected
home from Alaska very soon, navlng
arrived at Seattle this morning on
the steamer Senator from Nome.
Mrs. E. Harlow and her son. John
have arrived from Leavenworth,
Kan., and are visiting their son and
brother. E. E. Harlow at Mrs. Coon
er's lodging house.
Royal M. Sawtelle returned to Sno-
kane this morning after a visit in
this city with relatives and friends.
Mr. Sawtelle is connected with the
ewelry firm of George It. Dodson. of
E. E. White and P. H. Pherson. of
Portland, the supreme organizer and
the supreme president of the Order
of Lions, are registered at the Pen
dleton and will be in the city for sev
eral days In the interest of the order.
RESIDENT OF PENDLETON
FOR TWENTY-TWO YEARS
Born In Willamette Valley In 1860
Married to Charles Wllklns In 1887
Member of Lady Maccabees and
Ben Hur Leaves Four Children,
Two Brothers and Two Sisters to
Mourn Their Loss.
Mrs Man- Wilklns, wne of Charles
Wilkins. Umatjlln Indian agent, die"
last evening nt SAO at tho agency,
after an Illness of six weeks.
Mrs. Wilkins has been a resident
of Pendleton for 22 years. She was
horn on the Willamette river two
miles below Harrisburg, on May 2S.
ISCn. Her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Ullery. crossed tho plains from
Pennsylvania In 1S49 and settled in
the Willamette vnlley. She grew to
womanhood in Harrisburg and was
mnrried to Charles Wilkins at Pen
dleton, on January 23, 1SS7. and
leaves her husband nnd four children,
two brothers and two sisters t
mourn their loss.
Her elder sister. Mrs. W. C. Yoran.
is a resident of Eugene, and the
younger sister. Mrs. Frank O
ther. resides In Seattle. Both sisters
Presbyterian church, to convoy thorn
to tho placo of service Carriages
will loavo tho church nt 10 o'clock
Winter and Summer,
The fact that hair Is a non-conductor
of heat enables tho Insoles always
to keep tne feet nt tno natural tem
perature of tho body, thus keeping
them warm In winter nnd cool In
summer. Cold nnd damp fc6t cause
most of tho ills
For sale by Brock
Price 10c per pair,
rtintcr nnd cool In mouse colored Stlefc-
.... ... r""M""iments. r,... . "n
ni Liin niimnn mwi . . .wu in,.., ,
lr? three for 25c w Pst, but ,. ,h" JJ
" Cm J Hill lftJ
Ai" . - -J l-J
"j Muis at our stfT.
-1.111 a iinimn f .n ,
Marriage licenses wore Issued Sat- tea which the. J
Marriage Licenses Granted,
nrilnv nftornoon to John W. Hnll nml i linn.ll.. i - W1H BBil .
lei sicuon-1 . . i
ncll, of Dayton, Wash., and Rose 1 b"a iced tea.
James; and to Arthur E. Shicl; nnd
Jessie H. Harden, tho latter a young
lady, of 17, being granted tho license
upon affidavit of her mothor. Sarah
Special Meeting K. of r.
All membors of tho order ore re
quested to nttend tho meeting to be
hold this evening.
G. B. BAILEY. K. of It. & S.
W. J. KEYS, C. C.
i TEA HOUSE
) Some New Glassware tv..
SUIT FOR DAMAGES.
I Death to
Mraly bug, red spider, aphis,
currant worm, caterpillar and
other Insects that Infest plants.
Also fleas and Insects on ani
mals Is our
I Fir Tree 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
I TALLMAN & CO,
Also for an Injunction to Prevent the
Use of Timber.
James Davis filed today by his at
torneys. Hailey & Lowell, an injunc
tlon suit against W. L. Bryson. The
plaintiff alleges In his complaint that
he is the owner of 40 acres of land
in the northwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section 34, township
north, range 35 east, near Meacham;
that the defendant has entered upon
said land, which Is covered with
timber, and has cut and destroyed
timber to the value of $250; that de
fendant is insolvent and unable to
respond to the damages herein;
whorofore, the plaintiff prays for a
decree enjoining the defendant from
cutting said timber, and for damages
to tho sura of $250, together with th
costs and disbursements of the nc
tlon, and that n temporary Injunction
be granted, and for such other relief
as the court may deem equitable and
a brother. George Ullery. of Pnlouse
and a nephew have been at her bed
side during her Illness nnd are now
here, but the other brother. John Ti
lery, is in British Columbin, and
could not be communicated with.
Mrs. Wilkins was a member of the
ljuly Maccabees and also of the
Tribe of Ben Hur. In her long resi
lience In this city she has endeared
herself to a host of friends to her by
lovable and cheerful disposition and
tlie bereaved husband and children
have tho kindly sympathy of all who
The family consists of threo boys,
aged 15, 13 and 4. and one little girl
The funeral services will bo held
at the TJmatllla agency on Tuesday,
at 11 o'clock. Interment at Olney
All who desire to attend the funer
al will find carriages In waiting at the
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
w ...vuw vjiiitxi ornVrfiAL SALE
oattirday and Monday
janez Jane 29
Some GREAT BARGAINS will fee offered '
REMEMBER For the two days sale we will give
our customers 20 lbs. of Granulated Sugar for jl
ST. JOE STORE
'!' 'I 1 1 i I f 'I t tT- J, ,ti iT, J. J. . .t. - - . . . . . .
This Question arises in the familv
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
Will Locate at Vancouver.
Dr. It. D. Wiswall and family left
this morning for Vancouver, where
the doctor will locate and make his
future home. The doctor has been
located In this city for some time
and In that time has built nn a fine i
practice, hut thinks that he has found ,,,;, , , , , , fT
an opening in the new place that will adec.I0s and healthful dessert. Pre
be of more benefit to him than was ? ?m,u,cs- ?-! n.
his Pendleton location. He .-Tn,i Mr. i bakfnS'. adQ boiling water and set t
Wiswall will be missed from this cnv ?L ? j5vo.:-.Leraoa' Orange. R
they have formed
Deny and Strawberry.
at your grocers to-day.
Get a pac.
Settlement of Insurance Claims.
George Darveau and Julian Sharon
have received the insurance tbcv
carried on the buildings recently
damaged or destroyed by fire. Dar
veau received $1,000 for the destruc
tion of the sample room and Sharon
$450 for damage to his house, which
was burned recently. Tho insurance
was carried in the office of J. It, Dick
sou, of this city.
British Women Who Work.
The British census of 1901 returns
one woman as a dock laborer and an
other as a paver. There are five fe
male farm servants returned as In i
charge of horses, while four wotm-n '
are working as bricklayers, four as
Douermakers, two as locksmiths, and
one as coppersmith. Women brewers ,
number nearly 100 and women build
ers 17i, while the llgnter "men"
bargemen, seamen, boatmen and pil
ots of the fair sex run Into several
BEST FOR THE
t yon !ian't mnilar, healthy more men t of th
how is H'T tin. jou re 111 or will b. Keep yoai
bowels cixm .iuIIm well, lurec In ttio ih&of via
lntphTiour)ill i Dii.i dangerous. T be smooth
ot.cttlritt nicAt jMTJ"t way of keeping the boweU
v TgT i inn i s
EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
Meuanl. 1'alatnMe 1'itUiit Taste roxlt Di flood
hverHick'- We.ih.rti -r rlp. li Z, nnd M cenil
Mr. V 'X v, rlu fur t-vK nainitie sp.d booklet or
uealfti wlu ft IJ3
ATEiaiiu iiunr.Dy iumuxy, riuaco mr xzn rotu.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
urmgs a Demand lor ioriu,
scythes, hay carriers aid pil
leys. No matter what yoihtl
iu harvesting essentials ve cat
fit you out in anything in till
line from a South African water
bag to a tank pump. We tee;
the best that is made in evirj
thing that is inclnded in tin
hardwaro line, and sell at W-
W. J. CLARKE & Co 2ii Court Street
' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 If
Dinner Twenty-five Cents
From 11.30 a. m, to 7 p. tn.
Short orders a speciality
Quick, Courteous Service
Open all Day and Night
T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
Jacob Jerind Believes People
Trying to Poison Him.
Jacob Jerind, a native of Austria,
was today examined as to his sanity
by Judge Hartman, and Dr. Cole and
adjudged insane. Jerind is a sheep
herder, and has been working near
Heppner for some time, but came to
this city about two weeks ago, where
he was taken In charge by the au
thorities here. He believes that neo-
pie are trying to poison his1 food, and
came into the sheriffs office about
two weeks ago, asking for protection.
He will be taken to tho asylum as
soon as Is convenient by the sheriff,
An Enterprising Firm.
r. v. Bcnmior nas introduced a
pleasing innovation which will bo ap-
preciaiea uy tne public. It Is an elec
tric enunclator which Ib susnended
over the edge of tho curb. A person
may drive up in front of the dniE
store, reach up and touch the electric
button and summon a clerk to come
out and take his order. It will doubt
less prove a business getter.
Lions' Entertainment Tonight.
Don't forget tho Lions' entertain
ment tonight at the corner of Main
and Alta streets. Beside nlentv of
good music, there will be 4,000 feet
of moving pictures.
YOU SAVE MONEY
Not by using 50 cent baking powder or by using an inferior
article. But by using Crescent Baking Powder, liealthier
cheaper, (not cheap) and infinitely better than injurious crearri
of tartar powder.
I Pound 25c
With a coupon.
50 Pieces, 50 yards to the piece,
Black. White and all Colors
BIG BOSTON STORE