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DA1UY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1903.
51 & -.,'
It is a
To successful)' combine
three essentials Ease,
Elegance, Economy our
stock represents the mod- S
crn solution of the prob
lem. Ease is assured by
carcfut lasting, Elegance
by artistic modeling and
by a price that allows of
the very best at a fair
cost, and no more.
Dindinger, Wil- 1
son & Co. I
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
VIOLATING FISH LAW.
Salmon Are Being Caught During
Spawning Season, Contrary to the
Deputy Fish and Game "Warden A.
"W. Nye Is kept busy watching the
interests of the state, in preset-Ting
the Ssh of the Umatilla county
streams and finds that the law is be
ing flagrantly violated in two distinct
In the first place, the law prohibits
the catching of salmon in any stream
cast of the month of the Deschutes
river, in any manner except by hook
and line, and salmon have been taken
in this city recently, with a gaff or
"grab" hook. The law further pro
Tides that salmon shall not be taken
anywhere in any manner during
spawning season, and this provision
is also being violated.
It is the intention of Mr. Nye to
prosecute all cases brought to his at
tention, and while those who have
violated the law may have done so
through ignorance, this statement of
the provisions of the law is made for
the benefit of such persons.
Two cases have been called to the
attention of Mr. Nye quite recently,.
In this city salmon have been taken
out of Byers" mill race with a "grab"
hook, and one or two cases of the
same kind have been reported from
Umatilla. The penany for violation
if this law is J50 for the first offense,
and special efforts will be made to
apprehend all future violators. If the
law Is not respected the warden will
be compelled to mase a severe exam
ple of some one.
SALMON IN THE RACE.
Large. Number Caught When
Water Was Turned Off.
This Ir the season when the Indlnns
begin to go down the river in search Mrs. Stephen A. Lowell has been . Yesterday afternoon the residence
Of salmon for their winter supply. elected a delegate from the Congre- of C. O. Stevens. . Beaureguard.
but if they only knew It they would I gational church of this city, to the street, was given a thorough over
not have to travel so far. as there Is I 55th annual meeting of the Congre- hauling by the health department and
un abundance or salmon in the mill 1 gatloaal churches and ministers of the family taken out of quarantine,
-ffate here. 1 Oregon to be held next Tuesdj, The chlldr&n ai the house have been
Yesterday afternoon the water was rcanfEcar and Thursday, at Oregon having the scarlet fever, but have
amrncfl otf for a -row un-mc io ; tt
that time James Hutchinson. ?f
Wells and Jack Larson got a pitch
fork apiece and speared them from
the bank. In a very short time they
nnmrht more than a dozen gooa 1
rsnoTled U.eTr fun and they had,
It is thought that the fish come up ,
the river and pass above the head of
the race and when the water Is turn-
ed off are caught- in the shallows.
1 1 1 1 1 C ! I I 1 1 I
Who is It that does not ap
ireciate a sweet, delicate odor,
.uTrfrlallr of the dainty, last-
ilng kind? We have the largest j.
line of Imported and domestic
perfumes in Eastern Oregon. I
A few of our leading Imported
odors are: z
Azurea, La Trefie, 4
Peau d' Espagne, T
Violette de Parme, I
Indian Hay. T
And many more of the same
quality In bilk as well as in
I TALLMAN & CO,
ti i I lil 1 i' i'-t-M' 1 W ;
ii&ytlt,.:1.. . , -IS
OUR GOLD MEDAL
J j$ recognized as the
, v 4 ijitttcr once trr J,
It a jjandled x Fendietpn
YOUNGER & SON
OUGHT 600 GUTTLE
BELIEVED THAT CATTLE
yiu uvm,t in fHiLt.
Montana Stockmen After Oregon
Cattle Hay, Stubble and Straw All
Very High Feed of All Kinds Is
Growing Scarce Heavy Purchase
u ocr. o en ana cows ai
.vz -cms. .
Robert Koeptke and R, J. Boddey,
of Athena, wore In tho city today on
their way home from a trip into the
interior of the county on a stock buy-,
inn.v-i".0 . Mf Blda,Cy; t I
speaking of the stock market, takes !
an optimistic view or the prevailing'
conditions. He thinks that the price
of beef has fallen about as low as it
Ik in- m n.i f,f i cWf
it will begin to climb again. The
stockmen of the lower part of Mon-
i... ,o .,,.i j ,,,. ,..
heard that the stock" of the Oregon
.... . .
range is getting lower ana lower, it
, ,. imi. ,ti
men begin to come into the market.
and when thev do they wil buy all
that the farmer has to sell. This
will relieve the present stringency In
the feed situation and the conditions
will become normal again.
"While on his trip Mr. Boddey
bought in one bunch of COO head of .
Red Durhams at 3 cents a pound for
tne steers ana tor tne cows ne nad
to pay but 2 cents. This Is about
the best buy that has been recorded
this season, taking into consideration
the kind of cattle and their condition,
On a couple of other bands better
figures than the above were received,
but the grade of the cattle was not
Hay is. so high that the average
farmer con hardly see the top of a
ton. In the lower part of the county
it is selling for X9 a ton In the field,
and by the time it is baled and put
on the cars It costs the buyer at least
Stubble and stack straw is a thing
of the past as far as buying is con-
cerned. Now and then a man is able
by good luck to find a small patch
of stubble or a litUe bunch of straw,
uut when he does the stuff Is so
high that the profits of the feed are
nil ..km nwnv Mr Hnrtrv hm.cht
all taken away. Mr. Boddey bought
four small 6tacks of straw In the vi
cinity of his home not long ago. and
paid for them $G0. and $1 an acre for
the stubble. Another man In that
part of the county paid $300 for the
straw stubble In a field of ICO acres.
This snows the price of the fodder
on the averaee. and It Is hard to get
at that. There Is none of it in the
county, and feed Is growing scarcer
MRS. LOWELL A DELEGATE.
Will Attend 55th Annual Meeting of
Honnr cqaneni &ubiiivn. m ui
City. She espocis 10 leave, or Ore-
gon City JIr.uS-r morn'jg.
Mrs. Da vifi Roberts and two child
ren, of Roseburs. are visiting Mrs.
Roberts- tiarents. Mr. and Mrs. Jon-
nthan Edwards, 01 mis ray. iur a i .
Umatilla Braves Are Liked as Beet 1
j PuUe by the Grand Ronde Farm-
I t Allen, a Umatilla Indian from
y,,, reservation. Is now In Gran d
. Itonde valley, with a crew of tO or
, HIE pt'UJUC jiu,h - - -
. 43 women and 27 boys and men In
. . . .. ....iti (.onts 'mere art? .
! the crew, and the price paid Mr. Al-
1 len. the contractor Is $5 and id per .
The remarkable increase In consumption
troves its purity and wholesomentsi.
ONE POUND 25 CENTS
With a Coupon
O U S '
!-fe---..t..-fiA,.j-v,fTlr,l 1 ,, in ,
acre, according to the nature of the
ground to be worked. Allen has a
contract to pull and top 00 acres,
and will probably finish this area In
time to take another larger contract.
The women amoilg the Indians are
' the host oect pullers, as they are
more steady and Industrious. The
bovg mj mon aro aiwayS on hand on
pay day, but during tho week they
arc to ue round out on some
smooth country roau. running horso
races, with tho country boys, or
lounging around town, where there is
a M r wn,?!c?'. on, ti110,air', , .,,
The price paid the Individual Indl-
ns for pu,n becU ,8 ccnts por
day. The farmers like tho squaws as
beet pullers much better than the
Japs, as they aro more careful and
stead- workers. Over 100 Indians
will Join the crew next week,
A Heavy Rancher,
, , . ,, ,
Cnfrle.s, lBnncs: ?f crek'
WB in VC cLty ,0d5y ma, V"ipa'
""a"0,118 tor seeding of his two
ranches on McKay creek. Mr. Isaacs
has two large farms one on the upper
PrreK anQ ne n 'w". ?n
Is now ready to seed both of them
' Jor "? c(!misar7,CB ne f
, fni-mc lo nl.mif 1ft mlloo frnm flirt lfv
while the other Is not more than
! nv"r- M Isaacs raises many cattle
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to hay largely.
Fruit Fair Walla Walla From Sep
tember 28th to October 4th, 1903.
For the above occasion the O. R.
N. makes a rate of $1.90 for the
round trip, selling dates September
ssth. 29th and 30th, October 1st and
2d, 1903, with a limit of three days
except tickets sold on October 2d.
limit will be October 4th. 1903. For
particulars, call on or address F F.
Wamsley, agent O. R. N.
Walla Walla Fruit Fair, Walla Walla,
I September 8 to October 4, 1903.
, For aoove occasion the O. R. &
N maj;es a special rate of $1 for the
rouna trip. Tickets on sale October
4th nmlt to return the same day on
a special train leaving Walla Walla
about 10:30 p m particulars,
'call on or address F. F. "Wamsley,
As to School District No. 27.
In the matter of the division of
school district No. -i, the county
,' . VJ . c" Z
the return to the city of Superin-
tendent J. F. Nowlin. The case Is
now assured of favorable action by
the court, and will be decided In fa
vor of the petitioners as toon as the
case is brought before It again.
No Performance Tonight.
There will be no performance Ly
Ellery's band at the Frazer tonight.
owing to a misunderstanding. The
' band will give a matinee Sunday nf
j ternoon nnil a performance Sunday
I night. The manager of the 'baud be
i came mixed on his dates and a per-
be BTCT at Ij Grande
Residence Property Sold.
Charles Olfiit has purchased the J.
T. Van Orsdall property, consisting
Dl a uouse ana wo iuu, u u,ULli '
ln reservaUon auumon. uonsiaera
The sale was made
through the agency of E. T. Wade &
Straw in Demand.
Stubble fields and straw stacks are
In great demand by stockmen and
dimpult to secure. In the Cold
SprnBS country $75 per lbO acres of
Etnbble wltll Btraw stacks, seems to
prevailing price. Athena
Rev. Shangle Tomorrow.
Rev. H. S. Shangle, presiding elder
of the newly formed Pendleton dis
trict M. E. Church South, is In town
today and will preach Sunday morn
ing and evening in the Webb street
Methodist church. Rev. Shangle Is
a forceful and earnest speaker and
we bespeak for ulm a large audience.
Will Swlthch at Spokane.
Jack McCarten. who has for some
time been employed In the yards
here as a switchman for the O. R. &
N., left this morning for Spokane,
whore bo will enter the yards as a
switchman there .
Sealed Bids for Excavating.
Sealed proposals will be received
ai the Louvre saloon for excavating
800 yards of dirt and travel. Bids
to be opened Monday, September 28,
at noon. .
Little Child Seriously III.
The little child of J. It. Means, Jr..
Is critically 111 at the family home.
Some time aro the babv took a cold
which lias settled on the lungs, and
that, together with Its teething,
makes the case serious.
Three Days In Jail.
W S. Morman vn am'stcd this
Biorn ns cbarsed with being drunlt
and disorderly and was fined tS, He
ine - nable tc pay tho nmount. lie
went to tbe city Jail for three days.
.1 etjjr hv nr. Gowfin. i
v rtiWoi fiat tbe 1
. J, M l.
""aiKinlrtrs of tbe 1'Erleh Aid
' Admission a cenvi.
Will Move to portlsnd,
A. D Blehert Is preiiftrinR to lenvo
!n u short tljno for Portland, vhere
Je will pake lils home, .permanently.
Ha le selllnK his elfwl in this cljy
.1 n.lt lootf In a short tlm.
r till Jaufa bW OoNHMia-tt ftl -Htte
I SUNDAY AT
THE CHURCHES J
M. E. Church, South (Quarterly
meeting Sunday.) Services as fol
lows; 10 a. m Sunday school. I. G.
Earl, superintendent; 11 a. m.,
preaching by Rev. H. S. Shangle. pre
siding elder; 7 p. m., Epworth
League, subject. "William BuUcr,
Missionary," leader, Miss Efflo Hulsc;
8 p. m., preaching by Rev. Shangle.
Everybody Is cordially invited to be
prcscnL Prayer meeting on Thurs
day at S p. m. E. B. Jones, pastor
First Christian Church Sunday
school, 10 a. m., W. H. Hawley, super
intendent; preaching, 11 a. m., sub
ject, "Like Hlra"; preaching 7:30 p.
m.. subject. "Sin"; prayer meeting
Wednesday evening, 7:30; Christian
Endeavor and choir practice Friday
at 7:30 p. m. Special music by tho
chorus at morning and evening ser
vices on Sunday. Tho public Is cor
dially Invited to attend all these ser
vices. N. H. Brooks, pastor.
Congregational Church Sunday
services as follows: Sunday school at
10 a. m.; morning worship and
preaching 11 o'clock, subject of ser
mon, "What Is Religion?" the second
In a series on "The Genius ot Chris
tianity." Evening service at 7:30. A
cordial welcome to all. Jonathan
West End Chapel Corner Maple
and West Webb street, Sunday
school at 3 p. m. All Invited. J. Ed
First Presbyterian Church 10 a.
m., sermon. ""Theory and Practice in
God's Service"; 0:45 p. m.. Christian
Endeavor; 730 p. m., sermon by the
pastor. Strangers In the city and all
who have no regular place of wor
ship, are cordially Invited to all the
services. Robert J. Dlven, pastor.
The Temple Chapel and Pleasant
View Rev. Robert L. Alter will
preach In the Temple at 11 a. m..
and In Pleasant View schoolhouBe at
Men We Are
Out For Your Trade!
WE are having perfect
success in making Suits
and Overcoats to order.
The line we carry has
every conceivable pat
tern and the prices are
most reasonable. An
early call" will be appre
ciated SULLIVAN &l
X1JM twenty payment We, annual
Cmh raluei tb jttt tTSXSO.
Or paid up policy lor IZjUO.
And Cub tWv.
Total cost for ltlet:C3.K
STATE LIFE INBriUNCE C.
W.J HOMER, Manager
Jndd Bid's. Pendleloc, Oreeo
of Wall Paper
SPECIAL Bargains will 3
-', .a .1 4t,
OB onereu un iajo j
2 mainder of our stock of 3
Wall Paper. 5
All this season's pat- 3
tfterm'fialliiew.'natty and ,2
C. C. Sharp 3
" , Orfera House Block. 2
la .", !.., 1 ,. 1 1 1 1,1 -M-
'3 p. m.. on the second and fourth
'Sundays of each month.
Methodist Episcopal Church 10
a. m.. Sunday school, A. J. Owen, su
perintendent; 11 a. m preaching;
i..r .ins., mpotlnr Rev. Q.
W. Rigby, leader; 3 p. m.. Junior
league; u:3U p. m. up" ,
7-30 p m., sermon. All aro cordial
ly invited to attend. Robert Warner,
Church of the Redeemer Divine
nt hours as fol
lows; Early celobration of holy com
munion at 8 a. m. Sjunauy utuuui oj
10 a ra.; morning prayer, litany and
sermon at 11 a. m.; evening prayer
at 7:30 p. m.
First Baptist Church Tomorrow
.nlnn. inn mclnr will nrCaCh Hi?
"'"ft v' I'"" - ----- .
farewell sermon. In the evening Dr.
Woody superintendent or missions
for tne facinc uoasi, win
occupy the pulpit. Those who have)
no regular piace 01 wuikiih
strangers in the city are . most cor-iniu-
inrltnii in nttpnd nil tho serv
ices ot the church. R. W. King, pas
New Sidewalk on Jackson.
J. R. Means, Jr., has Just finished
putting In a new sidewalk In front
of the old cemetery on Jackson
street For some time the residents
of that part of the city have been
in.v.r.,'iT.n. f.. a nnw wnllc. and at last
uniuui.u, 1 - " -
It was decided by H. F Johnson, who
Is tho owner 01 me pruperij nuta
tion, that he would build.
ST. JOE ST0RI
We will give away, FREEwitho
money and without price -in Dec, 1 9o3: ,
$100.oo in Gold Coii
$60.oo First Prize
S25.oo Second Prize
$15.oo Third Prize
Tickets Given with Each $Ij
nurchase--We have the largest and hi
assorted stock of goods we have ever show
in Pendleton, bought for SPOT CASH, en
bles us to meet the sharpst competiti!
from any and all quarters, and this we w
do. We assure the citizens of Umatillaai
adjoining counties it will afford us raw
pleasure to have the opportunity of prow
our assertions. So come and see us new
buying your Fall and Winter Supplies.
We are determined if Good Goods,
est Styles and Lowest Prices ill accompli
it, to make this the busiest season c
oiror ti?r1 clnra !nr?it Jno in the CltV
have a competent and affable corps ofu
tlemen and Lady Uerks wno win
pleasure in showing you any goods in
The Feast is prepared, so come
Thankintr nur friends for their lit
patronage heretofore, we remain
ManVery Truly Yours
WR ARE GETTING R
FOR . THE . BIG . SHfl
--tjic c-rni?p wil l. BE HhADQ
tersforfhe Big Crowd on Carmv
OCT. 0, 7, S, 5. I" a,t " lnAv
comes. Look over the follpwing list anap
you will see articles that you may nee
Here's Our Winner
MADE Suit in
black, blue A- qq
and tan... U( lUU
Purees, CombB, Bags,
jjelav iviu " aa to fit tiou htna
First-class work guarant-. J M
DECK, tlic Rctt&hte
Court street, ojppdeite. the GoWP j
The MerchsnW t51
Keeps constantly ft. vT
d Hoborv irst.
burg eels, crawfish
all Wn.l of m rr ?tn
lunch dally from U-jn .l
Bost shoo repairing n T
Ladies' Walking Skirts Jjj
$;,00 to $5.00. L-d'.es' jl
Lace Hobo 25 and 50c tojjl
TJTnotin ntiHprwear. Laaiw j
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