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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1001.
LONG DOCKET FOR
7VIANY CRIMINAL CASfCS TO
HE TRIED NEXT TEltM.
lirlliil 1,1st or CiiMfj Hnx llcen Ar
niliKvtl for Trlul George Jjiinont
Clmrgctl With KiiiIcxxIIiir $700
IYoiil C. W. Invhi, to He Tried
.lcsc HnlliiR Charged With Gam
bling, llnlph Wnrtl for Alleged As
Nitilt on Miles Kcnilcr Wurrcn
Stevens nhd .Tiuld Teeters for Ilursu
The next Jury term of the state cir
cuit court convenes on October 10.
The list of criminal cases on the
docket Is unusually large. The dates
ot-the. different trials have not been
arranged. The cases follow:
Perry Cavln, charged with larceny
from a dwelling. This crime Is al
leged to have been committed on
Percy L. Cahoou, charged with ob
taining goods by false pretenses. The
Information was secured In the'Justlce
court on August 29, but Cahoou has
not yet been arrested.
Jens Jensen and Gabriel Jensen,
convicted In the Justice court of ob
structing a public highway and fined
350 each, have given notice of appeal
to the state circuit court. A charge
of obstructing u public highway,
brought against Gabriel Jensen and
Knute Knudson, was filed In the stnte
circuit court when T. G. Halley was
district attorney. This case will per
haps be tried next month.
George Lamont Is charged with ob
taining money under false pretenses.
He was arrested in Portland on Aug.
IS. He is alleged to have secured
$700 from C. W. Irwin, a local con
fectioner, for the purpose of buying
machinery nnd embezzling It.
Jesse Sating, charged with gam
bling, and William Baker and Albert
Ogg, charged with allowing a minor
to frequent a saloon, pleaded not guil
ty several days ago. These cases will
be tried at the next term.
Fred L. Thompson, alias John WIN
pon. Is charged with forgery.
John Wa-lletsie. an Indian, Is
churned with assault with a danger
ous weapon. He was arrested August
It Is easy to say "pure drugs,"
So easy that many druggists
say so from force of habit. The
reality requires more than
mere "say so." It requires
knowledge, experience, con
stant and conscientious vigi
lance. We say we have pure drugs
because we have. We spent
time and money to make sure
of the fact.
There are no better drugs to
be had than we provide. There
are no pure drugs that can be
had for lower prices than ours.
23 upon complaint of II. P. Jensen,
who claims the slwash struck hlui
with a rock.
Ualpn Ward will stand trial for as
sault with n dangerous weapon. On
September 13 ho Is nllcgcd to have
fired a shot at Miles Kemler, with
Whom he had quarreled.
Warren Stevens and Juild Teeters
will be tried for horse stealing, alleg
ed to have been committed last June.
Dig Melons on DNpluy.
Two water melons, the products of
Ilurrcll II. Halley, of Itolse, are on
display In the window of Younger &
Son's grocery. One of the melons
weighs 45 pounds and the other 41
pou nils. They were brought to this
city by John Halley, Jr. Mr. Halley's
brother has two other melons which
he Intends to display nt the Idaho
state fair. They weigh close to GO
George M. llyland in Town.
George M, llyland, for 10 years su
perintendent of Olds, Wortmun &
King's department store of Portland,
was in town yesterday and today, en
roittc from Spokane nnd the north
generally to Portland. Mr. Hylnnd
Iuir left the firm mentioned, and Is
credited with seeking n location to
engage In business for himself. He
has a wide range of acquaintances all
over the northwest.
Mny Open Millinery Store.
Miss Laura Estenbow of Davenport,
Iowa, uccompanled by Miss .Mollle
Weir of llluo Itaplds, Kas went north
this morning on a visit to Spokane.
They have been prospecting Pendle
ton with a view to opening n milli
nery nnd ladles' furnishing goods es
tablishment here, and will return It
they do not find any location In the
Northwest to beat It. Miss Weir once
taught school In this county, and has
never failed to wish to return nnd
make this her home.
Commencing tomorrow morning at
S o'clock, the Peoples Warehouse will
put on sale 130 trimmed nnd pattern
hats. Including Guge and Cress tur
bans. There will be a reduction of
25 per cent, one-fourth off the regu
lar price, which to be plain means
that a J 10 hat will cost J7.50; $7.50
hat, Jo. 63; a J 5 hat, $3.75, and right
straight through' the entire line.
These prices hold good only for Fri
day and Saturday.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
MnnMcr limit Sold.
Charles Cunningham has sold to
Frank M. Lnngdon, of Bundon, Coos
county, n thoroughbred Ilnmboulllet
ram weighing 223 pounds. The nnl
mal was shipped this morning by ex
press, and cntted. weighed 263
pounds. He was crated and looked
after by James Hackett, who arose
at 4 o'clock this morning to get the
consignment ready for No. 1, which
was four hours late. The animal Is
.lOHN 1IING IS DEAD.
County Charge for 10 Years, Pusses
Awny, Abed HO.
With no known relative to mourn
Ills going, nnd friendless except for
half a dozen world-weary, decrepit
unfortunates, whose plight Is as piti
able as his had been, John Ding, SO
years of age, died this morning nt the
county poor farm. Death was due to
senile decay. The funeral of the
aged pauper was held this afternoon
at 2 o'clock from M. A. Ilader's un
dertaking establishment, with Catho
For 10 years John Ding was a
county charge. He was a native of
Germany and little or nothing Is
known of his early life or his days of
prosperity. Too old and Infirm to
longer battle with the world, he ap
plied to the county court for shelter
and was taken in.
Up until a few months ngo this lit
tle old white-haired mnn would come
to town occasionally on errands for
the farm superintendent. His slight,
tottering figure was familiar to the
merchants nnd business men who oc
caslonally gave him cast-off garments
or a few cents for tobacco money. To
them he merely was old John Ding,
of the poor farm.
.WHY IjIST DHAWN.
Names of Tlioe Who AVII1 Serve at
October Term of Circuit Court.
The Jurors for the October term, of
the state circuit court have been
drawn as follows:
O. D. Teel, farmer, Echo; G. M.
Morrison, farmer, Adams; S. A. Mil
ler, fruitgrower, Milton; II. F. John
son, capitalist, Pendleton; J. I. Joy
farmer, Vancycle; Louis Hunzlker,
Jeweler, East Pendleton; H. Whltn
ker, farmer. Willow Springs; T. H.
Hampton, farmer. Union; J. Selvera,
farmer, Fulton; C. E. Roosevelt, mer
chant, Pendleton; J. H. Hudemanii,
farmer, Fulton: D. A. Plnkerton, far
mer. Athena; W. II. Swartz, butcher,
Pendleton; Jacob Clark, farmer, Wes
ton; William Schrlmppf, farmer.
North Athena; A. L. Demarlus, farm
er, Milton; W. P. Temple, farmer,
North Pendleton; W. E. Putnam,
merchant, Milton; Jesse O. Hales,
farmer, Adams; W. I'. Leach, farmer.
Mountain; Joseph Wurzur, farmer,
Weston; F. A. Gordon, farmer, Pen
dleton; Alex McKenzle. farmer.
I'kiah; James Crawford, merchant,
Pendleton; J. F. Connelly, stockman.
East Pendleton: William Mills, farm
er. Juniper; W. S. Baddley, banker,
Pendleton; L. Neff, hotel keeper, East
Pendleton; Gus Shubert, farmer,
Holilman; J. C. Prlckett. farmer.
North Milton; Frank Byril, stockman,
iiYinss' grove sewers.
.Mid Week Meeting.
The church prayer service will be
held tonight in the Baptist church,
and a large attendance Is especially
desired. The meeting begins nt 7:30
Tallman (2b Co. :
LEADING DRUCCISTS I
All over this Coast,
Schilling's Best is in every
one's mouth :
They go far to make living
At your irocer'i; moneybaela,
What Is a
THE USE at a Savings account la
not fully understood. It Is a, banking
feature that does more service to a
. - ; community that can reauny oe ap-
CCOUHT l)rec,ated In every community, there
are numbers of people who have
small sums and no means of using
them to advantage. The Savings
Department of this bank affords the means of utilizing
these funds. One man has 15, another $50, another more,
another less. These sums when placed together In n bank
can be loaned out so as to pay Interest. The Savings De
partment Is the means of getting these small sums to
gether and loaning them out safely. There are many peo
ple who would be pleased to receive Interest on their
money for a short time.
The Commercial National Bank is the only institu
tion in this city which provides strictly for the receipt and
care of savings and trust funds. Interest paid on all
such accounts at the rate of
Pour Per Cent per Annum
for each calendar month that the money remains In bank.
Deposits mado on or before the 4th of a month draw In
terest from the first of that month. Intorost Is credited on
all accounts February and August 1st, at which times, If
not drawn, It becomes part of the principal. Any part of
a doposlt may bo withdrawn without disturbing Interest
on the balance.
Certificates of deposit are Issued bearing Interest at
the following rates:
Certificates Payable In 0 inoiilhs, -1
Safety tlcjKJslt boxes for rent.
Don't ovorloolc the fact that wo are
a National Bank, under the direct
supervision of the Federal Government.
l.ooN Kim lor S.vMein That Will
Drain East End of Town.
Geary Klmbrell yesterday run tin
levels for the new sewer which Is to
drain the Hyers' grove district. The
main sewer Is lu Lewis street, nnd the
design Is that If shall curry off all
the drainage of that district to and
beyond the pump house. , y
Tho ulnn is to have all the present
and the future sewage of that terri
tory carried through this sewer, none
of It being emptied Into the river
ubove Jeff Davis street. This scheme
will save all that territory contiguous
to the pump house east, west, north
and south of It from any possible con
tamination, und It It is adhered to In
the years to come along the present
projected lines, will settle the ques
tion of purity of the city's water
It is hardly necessary to add that
all residences and other buildings In
that territory will be compelled to
connect with this sewer, and that the
accumulation of nil stable and other
debris will be rigidly prohibited, In
the Interests of the entire population
of tho city.
With the filling of the Byers slough
and the enforcement of the other reg
ulations to accomplish a complete
drainage of this district, It will be If
anything the most healthful locality
In town. The new sewer will bo eight
Inches In diameter and will connect
with a larger sewer on Jeff Davis
street. It will be almost exactly 1750
feet In length.
AWAKDED 530,000 DAMAGES.
.1. M. Mitchell Receives Verdict From
Bully Hill (Smelling Company.
J. M. Mitchell, physical Instructor
of the Pendleton Athletic club, receiv
ed tho Information from San Francis
co that he had been awarded damages
in his suit for $30,000 brought against
the ,llully Hill Mining & Smelting Co.
of Shasta county, Cal. The caso was
first tried In the circuit court nnd
Mitchell secured Judgment by default.
The muttor wus then carried to the
supreme court. Tho settlement Is In
the form of a compromise, but the
exact amount Is not known.
"I had nn understanding with my
attorney that It was not to bo less
than $16,000," said Mr. Mitchell this
morning. "I expect to receive defin
ite Information in a day or two."
Mitchell was injured last May while
at work In a shaft of the Bully Hill
Mine. He sustained a fractured hip
bono and an Injury to his side und
Addro-w Noxt Sunday Night by I tor.
O, A. Cook,
ltev. Charles A. Cook, of Bloom
field. N. J., Is now touring tho North
west lu the Intorost of tho Cliristlan
Stewardship movement In tho Baptist
churoh. Ho Is tho superintendent of
the general committee on Christian
Stewardship. On his wny south from
a tour of Washington ho will speak
at Athena next Sunday forenoon nnd
nt I'endloto'n next Sunday avenlng.
His topic at both places will bo
"Christian Stewardship" un exposi
tion of advanced views as to tho rela
tions of riches to the duties of those
Mr Cook has spoken at all tho
principal point across the continent,
coming West. He will attend the
stnte Baptist convention at McMliiu
vllle, which meets October 10-12 Inclusive.
C. W. Sehuberg Passed Bogus Paper
mi Saloon Men.
C. W. Schnberg was placed under
arrest last night by Sheriff T D. Tay
lor on a charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses. Schabcrg Is
alleged to have passed u worthless
check for fi on Baker & Sullivan, a
liquor firm. Two other checks amount
ing to about $20 are said to have been
disposed of by the prisoner.
The check passed on Baker & Sul
livan was drawn on the Pendleton
Savings bnnk and signed by Schaberg.
Investigation showed that the man
has no account In the bank. No In
formation has yet been filed In the
Lumber Is Arriving.
The lumber for the new school
houses has been delayed In trans
mission from the Sound, but will be
gin to arrive tomorrow. Immediate
ly work will begin on the west end
building. Brick is being unloaded
dally, und the work will be prosecuted
with speed from now on. Mr. Cook
will put a full crew upon each build
ing as soon ns all the foundations are
finished and other preliminaries to
the carpentering made ready.
Baptist Home Missions.
Uev. Charles A. Wooddy, of Port
land, was the guest of Ilev. G. L. Hall
over night on his wny to Payette.
Idaho, where he will speak, He Is
the secretary of the Baptist Home
Mission Society for the territory com
prised by Washington, Oregon, Idaho,
Montana, Nevada and the northern
portion of California. It Is possible
that he may speak here on his re
turn, handling his department of the
FOB THE FEW REMAINING DAYS AT OUIt OLD STAND
WE WILL SELL OUR STONEWARE AT THE FOLLOWING
ONE-HALF GALLON JAR WITH COVER
ONE GALLON JAR WITH COVER
TWO-GALLON JAR WITH COVER
THREE-GALLON JAR WITH COVER 50)J
FOUR-GALLON JAR WITH COVER eSc
FIVE-GALLON JAR WITH COVER J5c
REMEMBER ALL HAVE COVERS. THIS PRICE ONLY
LASTS UNTIL WE MOVE. WE BOUGHT A STRAIGHT CAIt Oil
WE WOULD NOT MAKE THESE PRICES, FOR A FOUR-GALLON
JAR SHIPPED LOCAL WOULD COST US, LAID DOWN IN pen.
DLETON, 72 &c, AND OUR SALE PRICE IS 03c.
Tenipcrniuv lA-ctnrcr Coming.
It, Foster Stone, D. D speaks at
Weston tonight nnd later will spead
at Pilot Bock, Echo, Helix, Adams
and Pendleton, In fact, at all the prin
cipal points III the county. In the In
terests of locnl option. Mr. Stone
spoke In this county last spring, anil
will bo remembered as one of the
ablest men and most entertaining
speakers in all the West.
Epunrth League Elects Officers.
The lust busnless meeting uf the
Epworth League elected the following
officers: President, Mrs. Corn Klm
brell; first vice president. Charles
French; second vice president. Mrs.
Itobert Warner; third vice president,
Miss Nellie Klmbrell; fourth vice
president, 1'. J. Nlxdorff; secretary.
A. B. Bates; treasurer, Ell Estnbrook.
Belegalos IV WoninnV Club.
Mrs .James A. Fee and Mrs. C. F.
Colesworthy have been elected dele
gates and Mrs. A. D. Stlllmau alter
nate, from the Thursday Afternoon
Club to the meeting of the Oregon
State Federation of Women's Clubs.
to be held In Baker City October 12,
13 nnd 14.
Fourth Stroke of Paralysis.
D. B. Stanton went to Athena this
morning, called there by the very
critical Illness of his father, S. C
Stanton, who Is suffering with a
fourth stroke of paralysis the third
within the past three years. The
first stroke was about six years ago.
want to get fat and fat people
want to get thin human
nature. If you are fat don't
take Scott's Emulsion. It
will make you gain flesh. If
you are thin Scott's Emul
sion is just what you need.
It is one of the greatest
flesh producers known. Not
temporary gains but healthy,
solid flesh that will fill out
the body where it is needed.
There's nothing better than
Scott's Emulsion for weak
ness and wasting.
We'll send you a lamplc free upon rrqueit.
SCOTT & UOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
OWL TEA HOUSE
SPECIAL SALE ON
I and Furnishings
Boys' school suits, two-piece,
$1.50, $2.00 to $1.00.
Boys' school suits, thrcc-plcco
$2.00, $2.r0 to $5.00.
"Buster Brown" Suits,
$:!.'-'.-,, $.i.no, $1.00 and $r,.flo.
Boys Ktico Pants,
noc, 7,ric, $1.00 and $1.2.-,.
Boys' Long Punts,
$i.ro, $2.no mid $:i.ro.
A choice collection of hoys' sweat
ers In colors und fancy stripes,
at $1.00, $1.25 to $2.00.
23c and 50c.
Wo nlso huvo boys' Shirts, Tics,
Collars, Hats nnd Shoes.
BAER. & DALEY
One-Price Clothiers and Furnishers
9-room modern dwelling, good loca
tion, 1 lots, tine basement, every
thing new and up-to-dato, $3000.
C-room house, 4 lots, barn, chicken
yard, shade trees, $1750.
Modern G-room cottage, 6 flno lots,
fine soil, $2500.
G-Itoom house, nlco improvements,
shado trees $1100.
280 acres flno land; elegant house;
close to town, $65uo.
ten , I . ... 1 ! 1 n .1 nil
lau tiwieo Mljesi nucui twi
G40 acres grain land. $10,000.
u-tu uures Kruiu muu, nc
Office rooms for rent.
Tlmb.er land for sale.
Timber locations made.
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cnll on me In my oliice in
C. C. BERKELEY
From home looms and
those over seas
HAVK BKBX I1KAWX TUB FAI1UICS I'ltOM OUU AUTUMN "STEIN-
BLOCK SMAIIT CLOTIIKS." Til 13V AUIi MA1U3 I'ltOM 1TNE WOOL
IONS, AND NOT ''MiatOEUIZUD CO'ITONS" THAT LOSE THEIR SHAPE
IN A 'WEEK. RICH BROWNS, WARM (5RAYS AND SOLID COLORS
IN EVERY VARIETY OP MIXTURE AND TONE MEET THE EYE.
THE OVERCOATS INCLUDE, FOIt EARLY WEAR, THE TAN. COVERT
mi COAT AND THE REGULAR FALL OVERCOAT, FOR ANY
WHERE AND ANY TIME A CONSERVATIVE BUT EXCEEDINGLY
STYLISH 1ME0E OF WORKMANSHIP.
Wo arc iii'oihl to show you this label:
A try.on ineniiB a Iteop-on.
Roosevelt's Boston SJtore
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