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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1803.
j PERSOML MEBTIDX. j
is a Messing to woman kind
and FITTING comfortable
shoes to the ladies feet is
making our store more popu
lar every day with all who
want good shoes.
When buying shoes, don' t
call for a certain size, bu
take a seat and ask to be
son & Company t
'Phone, Main iiSi
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
RETURNED FROM HELIX.
Mrs. A. Oustafson Mid
visiting In La Grande.
C. Ehrcnborj: and family uro visit
Ins friends In the city for a few days.
T. J. Thompson, of Milton, was a
visitor In the city Saturday and Sun
(My G. A. Hnrtninn left this moraine
for Weston, for a short visit to his
Mrs. C. W. Mumford. of Wallowa,
was the guest of friends In this city
TVoil Chnpmnknr will leave in the
"J" j morning for North Yakima, on a short
W. A. Bell, of Cripple Creek, is In
the city the guest of his sister, Mrs.
C. K. Troutman.
W. M. Hlakley left this morning for
Eastland, where he goes to look nfter
: the warehouse he has at that place.
I Mrs. N. ncrkley nnd children have
i returned from n sojourn at Bingham
j Springs, where they spent the heated
J. F. N'owlln, the county superin
i tendeut of schools, has gone to the
j mountains for a week's hunting nnd
I fishing trip.
Dr. C. J. Smith returned this morn-
inc from La urantte. wnere ne was
i called In consultation In a case of
J i npicndlcitls.
W. C. Howard, the president of Co-
lumhia College. Milton, was In the
city today on business connected with
Mrs. D. Kobertson loft for Seattle
Saturday night, for a short visit and
will go from there to California to re
main for some time.
Mrs Fred Wnlte returned to her
the ground, only to sink out of sight.
Now the company Is sinking piles, ono
on the top or the otnor, and seemingly
has not yet found the bottom of the
marsh. For months tho work has
gone on and the track has been mnuo
apparently solid, but when a train
has gone out on It -It sagged nnd sank.
Now they are attempting to find tho
bottom with idling, and Oregon nnd
Washington are supplyinc the de
AT SHIELDS' PARK.
JiVill Lyons Again on Duty for W. &.
C. R. Fred Milne Will Enter
"Will Lyons will return to his posi-
tnn tnfln V frnm TTnltv n-hnro flA line in t.f tmlttv n ft fir n vlell
f- - --. -.w,., ( 1 1 u 1 1 if m vma ."!. . ....... .
itad '-hargp of the office for the last . at Meacham. where she went for the
0 weeks. The operator at that place. I benefit of her health.
Tho has been away on a vacation. MisK vniiie ninno returned to her
as returned and Mr. Lyons will re- , . r ci, ivt, ,nmlnr- mmr nn
ume his old position in the local of-, vUit -ith her hrcithnr I)r
ice of the W & C. It. in in,,-,, r this eitv
Frril Milne, who has been in the , " ' . . , , , . . ,
ffflce here while Mr. Lyons has been : "rs- A- snflD ,uasi
wnv. will enter school as soon as the ; -r"IU ""s. ' "-!--"- --
esslon opens. , wller s,,e gPew a co"vl of wee,:s
during the warm weather.
Returned From Lehman. j Mrs. M A. Rador and family return-
List of Prizes Won Saturday Night
Entire Change of Program,
A large number of the people of tho
city were at the park last Saturday
evening to witness the jKirformancc
and get their chance at tho prize
drawing contest. Four of the num
bers that were drawn were not in the
park, and new ones were taken from
the box, as is the plan of the man
agement. The four numbers were
3.030, B.92C, -1.4G4 nnd D,fiG2.
Henry Tippler won the first prize,
-with the number 4,603. This was the
mirror Emma Bowman won the rock
er with the number 5.391. W, D.
Chamberlain won the third prize.
"I'haronh's Horses." with tho num
ber -4.723, nnd the fourth prize went
lo F E. Barker, who held the number
5,911. nnd J. H. Duncan got the other
one with number 4.9C3.
This evening there will be nn entire
change In the program and all of the
actors will be new. Some very inter
esting specialties are in store for
those who attend, and as tnls will be
comedy week It is expected that the
park will he crowded as it nat been In
The bill will consist of Sir. and Mrs.
Brownson. in their comedy creation,
"A Brainy Boy"; Stanley nnd Scan
Ion. the musical team; Sims, the car
toonist, nnd Bartelmes. the novelty
fool Juggler nnd upside down dan
cer. Will Murray will sing the illus
trated songs, which will all be new
ones, nnd there will be new pictures
on tlie polyscope.
EIGHT CMS CATTLE
BOUGHT ON M'KAY CREEK
AND ALL ARE FINE BEEVES,
Increasing Number of Cattle on the
Market, and Prices Have Fallen
Scarcity of Feed and Growers Must
Sell Buyers Have the Edge on the
JOSEPH WAS FULL.
J. C. l.onorgan will ship eight cars,
or nboitt 200 head of fat cattle to the
Frye-Bruhne Moat Company of Sent
tie on Friday next. Tho shipment was
bought In the country at the head of
McKay creek, and all of the cattle
are In good condition and young.
Mr. Lonergan reports that there
are plenty of cattle on the markot,
nnd that the price hns fallen In the
last two weeks. The buycrB are now
offering $2.50 cr 100 for cows, which
Is lower than the market has been for
several years, Steers are selling for
?3.50, which Is lower than the price
nt this time last year, when they sold
for $3.65 and $3.75.
Fart of the reason for the fall Is
the fact that there Is not enough
feed for the cattle that nre In tho
country, nnd the dealers know that
the growers have to sell or move their
stock. On the other hnnd, the grow
ers recognize the conditions nnd nre
willing to let the cnttle go ratner than
lose them In tho winter and spring.
It Is a sort of arbitration on both
sides, with the odds in fnvor of tho
mnn who wants to buy the stock.
Another thing that tends to lower
the price. Is that tho country has
more stock than It could well feed
If the hay had not been light, nnd the
mnrket is to a certain extent over
stocked. Recognizing this the grow
ers arc attempting to get rid of their
surplus, and tho dealers are paying
less than if the owners were not an
xious to sell.
Rockefeller Passed Through.
John .j. Rockefeller, Jr., passed
through tho city Sunday morning In
tho Missouri Pacific spoclal car "At
lantn," bound for tho mining region
of the Conor d'Alenc mining regions,
whoro ho will Inspoct tho country,
with nn Idea of InvestmonL At Spo
knno he will ho joined by Sweeney,
the mining expert, who will go with
him nnd advise on tho value of tho
property visited. The party will visit
Wardner and other points In the district.
"8 USO thrmM,
o yo V !"
and worry, for this nn - tTonil
nnd cleanser Insu
and freedom from InfcS? 'f
n this soap ,s a weapon JJ"
the hands of the weakest JT '
Powerful to destroy the ecTc'e u'
fectlon. thou.. . 8 t !
Creamery Maanate In Town,
George D. Goodhue, of Salem, was fectlon, those unseen microbe!
I . I .!.. n.,.J. - n Btinvt limn fin II . 1 1 V
111 W1U UUi ouiuiu" lui i mill; wncn nnrm A hnulll.
on his way to La Grande, whoro ho Is ,,re skin Is as i.eecsRr.rv 7r 4,4
going on creamery business. Mr. ncaUh nR . " sary. o go
Goodhue Is one of tho largest cream- j . " 1'ure clothes.
IS ono OI ine mrsenu cruum-;.. , uomes. At
of tho valley, both In size ,ta toucn dirt and stains iaPKu ,
s. and largeness of huslness. If by magic and the mn, iT
Ho hns tuo facility of making more fabrics are cleaned and ,i. , e
huttur out of less milk than any oth-sr tho ... . . ,, PutnM by
man In the business nnd Is therefore
Gcorgo Brown, bIIbb R, Lamliert,
aged 80 years, has boon arrested In
California, chnrged with counterfeit
ing, and has pleaded guilty.
VOn SALE HY
OWL TEA HOUSE
J, Sam Thompson returned from j,wh u, have boen sln3mUn. thl.
LunUng trip to Lehman Springs and aummer in the rool nt the mnlintalns. I
ie hns been for the past 30 days. rKe . auV i ii .
i vh , v,ii,w nm. er. both of the Therkolsen Piano
Vlanied Mr Thompson home after hav- House, left tnis morning for points in
?fn nnt tho .nmmor tlm finrlns Washington in the interests of their i
; business. j
Mrs. Murphy Owns Wheat Land. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fergusen Miss ;
. 11 . 13 . iiuxj .1UlfU., Ul X HLUIUU, 1 11 111 i
he city the guest of relatives and i
Mullin, have returned from an outing I
trip to Sailing's Camp and the moun-
riends. Mrs. Murphy is the owner JrZ ,.,;,,
ir ir hnirttn i -h0nt inn,i 1 tains In that vlcinltj.
If lnriro hnlrllnr-a In whpjit lnnrl
in,,.. ,v,i nt, ic hUr ,o otr,ii Miss Constance Despnln has return-
So the rents and the measurement of j ed from a visit with her friend, Miss ,
the crops. iiauocK. ot liaaer uuy. un "er wuj ,
i iiume sue siuiipeu ai itiuuaui opnt-n
Wasco County Fair.
, for a visit with friends.
Vn u.nnrior n.ir no.intrv mKhnnni: Robert Stott and Will Humphries .
giave got slightly mixed on our fair , wi 'e3ve ia the morning for an out-(
FTtes, we have been so undecided our-. '"B n me mouumiu oi iuc ..n-uuim...
iclves. At length however we have country. They will take along their
J-ctUed on September 28th to Octo- J hunting and fishing outfit, and will be
Rode Another Man's Horse Out of
Town by Mistake.
There Is on the reservation an In
dian known ns Joseph, and by that
name nlone. Once in a while he
eonies to the home of the palefnce anil
manager! to secure by some means
large quantities of the water that
cheers, nnd as a general rule enriches
the eit) to the extent of a lew of the
dollars of i lie great father before he
returns to his wigwam on the reser
vation. Sunday he was here on one of his
pilgrimages, and when he started
home he accidentally got hold of Tom
Hampton's horse, which was tied in
the corral, and rode him out of town
The brother of the owner recognized
the nnimal as it was going out oi
the east edge of the city, and took
possession of the horse and rider al
so. This morning Joseph pleaded
guilty to ihe court of being drunk,
and gave Judge Fitz Gerald $10 as a
bonus for the pleasure he had had
and ns rent for his bed In the city
hoiel for the day.
A Nurse at Walla Walla.
Miss Elva Wheeler returned to
her home at Walla Walla this morn
ing, after a visit with her sister Mrs
S. A. Newbury, oi this city. Miss
Wheeler is one of the nurses at the
Walla Wit 1 1 ii hospital, and has been
spending her vacation in tins I'y
as tho gu.-st ot her sister
Trv a Ixittle
of the Bitters
the next Unit'
h di.Kiirdt red or
your liver innc
live. You'll be
the rexlllt. It
DOST FORGET LABOR DaY
BIG CUT PRICES
WE ARE STILL SLASHING PRICES
In all departments of our big storo.
Ah heretofore, you will find our prices
much less on reliable merchandise
than elscwhore. Our largely increas
ed sales over former sensons satisfies
us tho people are learning this fact.
We shall continue to do all wo can to
merit the good will and patronnge of
the many customers we now have and
hope also to add many new ones Any
goods bought nt our store "not sati!
factory." returned In good condition
the money will be promptly returned
ut nil times.
ST. JOE 'STORE
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er 3. The Dalles Chronicle.
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1 gone a week.
' F. G. Mitchell, of the firm of Brock i
& McComas, has returned from an
! extended visit to his ranch at Gold
j endale. where he has been making
j. I nay anu rusucaung genurauy uuuuh
1 1 the summer. '
i ' Eugene Tausiek. of Walla Walla. '
J returned to his home this morning, '
1 after a short visit in the city. Mr. 1
j I Tausiek Is a laundryman of Walla
j Walla, and was the guest of J. F. Rob- j
& i Inson while he was in I'emlleton.
Who Is it that does not ap- PILING TO SALT LAKE. 1
ireclate a sweet, delicate odor,
NEW DEPOT WALK.
esueclally of the dainty, last
ing kind? We have the largest
line of imported and domestic
perfumes In Eastern Oregon.
A few of our leading Imported
Azurea, La Trefle,
Peau d' Espagne,
Violette de Parme,
And many more of the same
quality In b'llk as well as in
TALLMAN & GO,
I "I I 1 1 I I' 1 I 1 J"i 1 'I f 'l"l"l"l"l"l'
J! Oregon and Washington Timber Used
; on the Famous Cut-Off. t
T n ., .1 ,l,r,i.., i
, uuy auer uuj mt;.- ima ""u"d" i
tthe city cars loaded with piling bound
. I ' . V. c .V Tin ..I n ,,, .,ff nt Qfllt I
lur iw ouuLut-iu iui-iiil im.-. ......
Lake. The S. P. track between Og-
den and Salt Lake makes a big bend j
around the edge of the lake, and in ,
order to shorten the distance it was j
decided to build a new track closer
to the water. For years tho lake has
been settling and growing smaller,
and smaller, and it has left a long
reach of Halt marsh along the water
line Across this the track has been
hullt Already the company has sunk
over $2,000,000 in the construction j
and vet i' is Incomplete. Tralnload j
after traiutoid ot rock has been haul- .
ed out to the place and dumped onto j
Scheme to Obviate Inconvenience to
the Public During the Work.
The workmen at the depot have
commenced to put In the new walk '
that is to extend around the build
Ing. and in order not to delay the
traffic or inconvenience tho traveling
public, they are taking up half of the '
walk at a time. The walk is sawed
in two parts along the center stringer
and the half next to the building put
in first. After that Is completed the
other half will be laid. In this waj '
there will lie no confusion during the
time that the work Is being done
May Locate at Walla Walla,
Bert Billeu left this morning for
Walla Walla, where he Intends to re-1
main, provided he can secure for him- i
.self a suitable location. Mr. Billeu
has been for some time in the Rose ,
barber shop of this city, and It is his
Intention to open a shop for himself i
In the Washington city, provided hej
can secure a suitable location.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
They Lead the Ptccesstcn
The popularity of Swift's
largely due in the absolute!
der which eai-h '-areas is d
ducts prepared and lnsjiecte
Premium Ham an! uacon
pens the careful' se!er-ted
the final expert inspection b
tuc dainty wrapi inr in i arr
.in of tnes" nutritious and
Miar they ulll alwavs pha.
pMiductb among nil classes is very
flean ami hvek'nit conditions un-
'fed. and the meat and the food pro-
1 This is particularly true oi awius
From the sleek., corn-fed hogs in the
nams anu uar-on in me nmuisuuuuisf.
thr. T s ifovernment and. lastly.
mnei.t paper, ea' h step in the evolu-
a;ii' uzuig products ts a guarantee
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
Formerly of Pendleton. (
Miss Louise Watson left this morn-,
ing for Spokane, after a visit with '
friends In this city, .diss Watson was j
formerly a resident of this city, but .
lately has lived In Seattle, to which
place she will return after u short
visit with relatives and friends in
! Eight Hundred Sheep.
I Tom Boylen will ship tomorrow
I about 800 head of sheep to J. E. Taff
& Co., of San Francisco, for the mut-
ton markets of that city. The sheep
; wore bought In the vicinity of Pen
I dleton. and are all In good condition
and ready for tho trip.
After a Race Horse.
13 II. Ferguson, who la so woll
known to all tho habitues of the
Hotel Pendleton, left this morning
for a visit with friends nt the Weston
Normal School. While away, Mr.
Ferguson expects to buy a race horse,
which fie will put on the trnek dlir-
Ing the coming wiason.
The new high grade roof
ing for low cost work. On
heds, factories, warehouse!,
barns, depots, wharves. All
buildings of large roof sur
face that require protection
from the elements. A better
rooting at the same price has
never been produced.
sai for booklet. 4
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San Francisco. Seattle
TC2&5 PHL,nrf. Lot Anulu
and Denver, Colorado.
T C. TAYLOR. Agent
TOT GOOD, NOT HERE
H. (' WriKht nnd Mary li. Wright,
his wife, have sold to J. B Htantou
for S1.5UU, the southeaat quarter of
'-'-tiun K'. in township 1 south of
mi'g. '11 east containing 1W acres of
land, in the vicinity of Nye.
A BIG RIPE
On Ice, Just
the thing for
We Have Them. Snake River
Melons. None Bolter : : : :
Call Us Up
: : One : :
Monoploo UroutU'M Court Htn-et
The New Fall Styles
A very large nesortiiH'nt o!
good wearing shirts, the kind
that give satisfactory wear
We Have Your Sie
and more than you expect to
see. All pi ices.
New Fall Suits
Hetter think about
this when ready
The largest stock in the City
to select from
?.rFall Smts for
' Meii and Young
AJ-'S 'in Men : : :
1 f H 1'" )$
8 m tm
Never iietter m
style or price. All
sizes from 32 to 50
We Have Yoat
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