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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON.
cATIIRDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, "03.
PROPOSITION MADE BY A
ill COWARD TO CITY COUNCIL.
That have the weurliiK
(uallty ud give iwrfei't
kmc! comfortable flte are
the kind we handle.
Our special Kline fr
liovs wnr like Iron.
i !-.,. Dav a License for Engaging'
In the Hold-Up Business Commu
nication Is Full of Sneaking Inslrv,
uations City Officials Will Pay j
No Attention to It. '
Thorn is n snirlt of childishness and i
tlon on our part I am very
p O. Box X.
p s. Should It Ix: necessary to
sec" anybody in order to get this
permission either rorresponil with he
privately, or take one of our numer
ous law firms to your closet and rIvc
them a hunch. C. It.
:r STABBED AT HELIXl
SERIOUS RESULT OF
A SALOON QUARREL.
son & Co.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
Sirs. J. V. Sparks, who lives on
Birch Creek, brought to this office a
box of poaches that certainly are a
revelation of what Umatilla county
can do In the way of peaches. They
are of the "New Prolific" variety and
are freestones. They are of delicious
flavor and extremely largo In size.
One taken from the box at random
measured 9V4 Inches In circumfer
ence. They were gathered from trees
set out three years ago.
First Round Was a Fist Fight In
Which the Man With the Knife
Was Worsted Wounded Man Se
riously Hurt' His Assailant is at
Presbyterian Church 10 a. n.,
Snndav school and sacrament of the
Lord's' supper, 0:45 p. m., Christian
rmivnr! 7:30. sermon by the pas
tor. All strangers In the city and
those without n regular place of wor-
i....fn1 In nt.
shin nre niot ronnmo m'
Used hor P
It is with pleasure I
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clpnnpr m nwded. In '
nu no t'ciuHi, ami iiuve iiMf.,1 ,
South Juniper Church Preaching past two yenrH.-KHznhetli Ton,!'!
nt 3 p. m.. on wio nrsi nun Jin oi., I'iiiihflelj,!,
Sundajh of eneh month
NEW CANDIDATE IS
BEING VOTED UPON.
facetlousness abroad In the land, and
an underhanded desire for revenge.
at the expense of men who have nt)
way to parry a blow struck in the LeatJin Candldate s But Few Votes
Ahead Stock Exhibit of Coming 01le story. to get n drink before go-
rireat Feature inc to supper, nntl wnue i -
'came angry and
Great sale nt St. Joe Store
day, Tuesday and Wednesday
large ad In this paper.
dark and behind the back of the vie
tim. There are two persons in the j
world more rontemptlble and mean
than all the rest: The Italian brigand ,
who steals lx-hlnd an unsuspecting I
man and by a blow In the back robs
him of life: and the witless writer or
anonymous epistles, who. by false
and ungrounded Insinuations and un
der the cloak of an assum"! nam;,
attempts to rob him of his good
reputation and report of honest In
tention. Such a man or men has now burst
forth in all his glory and pride, with
the following communication to the
council. Whatever the right or
wrong of the matter, whatever the
Justice of the Insinuations, the size
of the author and the magnitude of
his soul are manifest In the spirit of
his writing, and it needs no further
comment to place him In the rank
in which he belongs:
Bobbers Sand Blow. )
Wnllula. Wash.. Sept. IS. '03. )
To the Mayor and Common Council
of the City of Pendleton:
Last evening an ugly stabbing nf
fray arose in Starr's saloon at Helix,
over a slight misunderstanding be
tween I.afe Wlmpe and Charles
Fasclmie. botli of that city. The men
went Into the saloon, according to
I il.wl T.lfuluwtt. vjn... .
Carnival Will Be a
Two Thousand Personal Invitations
Have Been Issued.
John Halley. knowing thnt he
would bo unable to return to the city
In time to open the ballot boxes in
the carnival queen contest, mailed
the keys to Mr. Wilson, and the votes
were counted this afternoon, polling
Miss .Vellie McMulleu 321
Miss Blanch Shull 292
Miss Myrtle Smith 1"
Miss Smith is a new candidate, her
name having been introduced since
the boxes were last opened.
The stock exhibit of the carnival
seems to be the coming feature, as
many inquiries are coming in to the
manager as to the detail of the show
and the nature of the prizes to be of
fered nnd the requirements of enter
ing These queries are being an
swered as fast as they are received.
and It is thought that the stock ex
Who is it that does not ap
nreclate a sweet, delicate odor,
especially 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,
Vlolette de Parme,
And many more of the same
quality In b'llk as well an In
1 TALLMAN & GO, f
Lending l)rii;i;si j
f I M I I I'T TT1 T " " ""tT'1 1 'I' I'X
They are the Best
The Standard and
WHITE SEWING MACHINES
Gentlemen I represent a class of )tit will be one of the best that lias
men w-ho are not addicted to hard j over been held In the eastern part
labor, hut make their living by hold-1 f the state.
Ing up the unsuspecting citizen, in-; Nearly 2.000 Invitations havo been
eluding the business men, and If need j j-ont out to the farmers of the county,
be would put the said citizen down j inviting them to come into the city
with a sand-bag. or by any nthor I )rns their stock for exhibition.
Sold bj JESSE FAILINq'
means secure such valuables as he
may possess, either In jewelry or coin
of the realm; nnd I should like to
come over to your town for a coupl?
of weeks and ply my trade.
We arc willing to pay Into the city
treasury the sum of $23 per day;
$200 wo will pay in advance, the bal
ance to Ixi paid on the expiration of
If you do not see lit to take this
offer we will fight you from June to
eternity, and we do not care a whoop
In Heppner whether you take it or
pot, Iwnuse wo are coming anyway.
Let us hear from you by return
mall, or answer us through one of our
numerous law firms, whom we have
employed In your city to work this
graft, and keep us nut of the peni
tentiary Hoping to receive a favorable reply
and thereby avoid unnecessary excr-
The event is being well advertised,
and from the looks of things at this
time. It will be a grand success.
knife nn the other man. Wlmpe
knocked his assailant down a couplo
of times, but the third time failed to
get his blow in, and Fasclmie caught
him with his knife. He stabbed the I
prostrate man six or seven times,
and some of the wounds arc consul-1
ered dangerous, but not necessarily,
fatal. One of the cuts penetrated Into
the cavity below the heart, and Is
thought to have pierced the lung.
The Injured man was taken to the
office of Drs. Grlswold and Hume and
his wounds cared for, after which he
was taken to his home, where he Is
resting as well as could lw expected
considering the nature of his hurts. !
In the excitement consequent on
the trouble the assailant was allowed 1
to go, and has not been seen since
the time of the fight. The sheriff was
notified and has a pretty good ideal
of the whereabouts of the man, and
hopes to have him In custody In a
Mrs W. H. Wenham. of Iji Grande, claim for It, and clieerfulK- rJJ.
and her aunt, Mrs. Florence urignnm, - -.ant fot
... tnl II HI.. I I thn ,.tV 1 . . " '
Ul 1 III I II t :l I. .till,,.. .i
today for n short visit with Lou
Wenham, of the Kast Oregoninn, Mrs.
Wenham Is Mr. Wenhnin's mother,
and both Indies are on their way to
Prosser, Wash., to visit relatives.
glt, i or. ferry
FOK SALE n
Two pianos, slightly used. Oreat
bargains. Come quick Inland Em
pire IMituo House near bridge
At Shields' Park.
Shields' Park still keeps to the
front In public Interest. What, with
the Chinese Impersonators, the Irish
and negro Impersonators, the movlsg
pictures, the farces and the lllustrat
ed songs, and the keen Interest taken
In the prize drawings, there Is no ex
cuse for the public not filling the
Looking for Location,
Dr. and Mrs. P. T. Starr and faml
l.v. of Denver, are In the city the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Penland
Dr. Starr Is an osteopath, and Is In
the West looking for a location. He
will visit Albany, Eugene nnd other
points before locating in any place.
Card of Thanks.
We wiah to thank the many kind
friends and neighbors for their noble
assistance during our late affliction,
and we wish to extend to them our
Mr. and Mrs. Scrapie, Mrs. Hoover,
Mrs. Jones and Charlie Scmple.
Rheumatism Positively Cured The remarkable increase in consumption
iiy un nml hwtct Spirits of l'dcn Trove " purity ana wnoictomencu.
Money-back Goods. A.C.KOKl'l'I'NS: ONE POUND 25 CENTS
llROij., bole Agents for 1'cndleton. With a Coupon
Visitors From Kamela.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carlson stopped
off on their way from Kamela to
' Portland, to visit Mrs. Carlson's sis
( ter, Mrs, Bert Huffman. Mr. Carlson
Is taking a two-weeks' vacation from
j his duties as engineer on the helper
engine at Kamela.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
IS OUR GOLD MEDAL
h is perfection in the butter making art.
It is always sweet and good.
It is recognized as the best product that comes from
It is a butter once tried, always used. q
It is handled in Pendleton exclusively by
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
Case of Diphtheria.
The little son of George Mansfield,
who resides with his parents at the
family home on Bluff street. Is sick
vith diphtheria, and the case has
been reported to the city health of
fleers. The house has been quaran
tined and there is no danger of a
spread of the dlseaM.-.
Will Locate In Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Tassy Stewart, form
erly of Helix, but now of Milton, were
In tho city the guests of friends hero
yesterday. .Mr. Stewart will locate
in Pendleton in the future if his plans
mature as ho wishes.
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladies and children who cannot I
stand the shocking strain of laxatlvo 1
Eyrups. cathartics, etc., are invited
to trv the famous Little Early Ills
ers They are different from all oth
er pills. They do not purge the sys-
'em. Even a double dose will not
gripe, weaken or sicken; many people
call them the Easy Pill. W. H, Pow-
eu. nuusiuu, i e-viis. suys iimuiug uei- h
ter can be used for constipation, sick I
headache, etc. Hob Moore, Lafayette. fi
Intl., says all others gripe and sicken. I
while DeWltt's Little Early Risers , I
do their work well and easy Sold
by Tallman & Co,
Such Delicious Coffee
It is not the coffee it u the Cream. Your coffee will always taste deliciout if you um
It is riot like the weak and watery milks put up by others, but is creamy and uniform in cm.
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WTBK reproduced herewith, is piiranteed to be the best and purest, lie sure vou i2
QBHsVN 'he "P 'abel btt'"' you bu'- Ti' ,ne "P ' merit the sign of honeil tooS
'lilal'iZinM HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO.. Hiehln nrl Tlllnni.
lM"ivJ "Orlrlnatora tai Lareest Producers of Evaporated Cream."
The Big Boston Store
JVW twenty payment life, nr-mml
Cash mlue Ath year tJitC 50
Or paid up policy for fj'xo,
And Cash flOTu,
Total cost for life IJC3.M
6TAT1: 1.1FK INSURANCE CO.
W. J. HOMER, Manager
dd Bid's;. Pendleton, Orecon
The New Goods are Now on
Wt haven t hurrieil the Fall Exhibits We have waited in
buying until we were curtain as to what tvere the new anil
proper material?, new styles in waists and skirts Wt have
thum now on our counters. We wish to show you what we
have accomplished, and we thing you will say wt havt dont
ourselves honor as to assortments and infinite credit as to lo
Ladies New Black Tailor Made Skirts. Ladies'
Shirt Waists in Mercerized Wool. Ladies' Fine
Silk Lace Waists. Ladies' Elegant Silk Petti
coats. Ladies' Fine Lace and Lisle Hosiery.
Lsdies' Silk Coats for Fall.
The Finest Peau De Soies Silk
Waists in the City For $5.00
Come to us for
Air Tight Stoves
and Coal Stoves
I.arKi' awartmcnt air tight Stoves
$3.00 to $13.00
Wt- will make it worth your while
ir you will call and inspect our stock
and (,'tt our, prices.
V. S t o b I e
Complete House Furnisher
The Merchants' Cafe.
Keeps constantly on hand Import
ed lleberv irst, Frankfortors, Ham-
n Mr . i ' .Kw"sn. cro"s, oystors,
Take advnntmto of th ...... a " . 1
at tho St. Jo Store MondV7fto.
and ttednday. Read the "ad." '(A C. Koeppen jffi., iul'Vj fW.eton
I Oil and Sweet Spirits of Eden
cirrdVr0"' K""S "Dd Al,,,nu",l'UB a in the Kun biiMn5 A ful' "
H. J. STILLMAN, IS
i.nK or .11 ,.,.. a.,w,,OBG...
l Many People
iA X "OB"-'88ive as a sky rocket turned
lfi ! ,i . ,U a hard thinK' say but we
cks,'lheMnSS,0n f"s ,hc housekeeper who
e eel I ware j l Mare 0r cheaP enam- '
elt.d ware mstead of saving money by buying
seamless, all steel
61 o, 2ii Court Street