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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1901)
Just arrived, will be sold
at Closing Out Prices
A Big reduclion on
ver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
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Howirt Kami loans.
k Howard, lire Insurance.
tnd DavlK sewing ma
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bulk uiutl.in: UH immi "i.
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mine' meat. ready for
Try it DtaMtlV
( new DUtl crackers.
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the standard wkM yon
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Dry floods ( ash SL.re.
on fur at (Men. er
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raaauimna i timer, tat
i oiKfiy . i l t maiti can I
i i tTrooa lodging
lot centrally located
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Oodi. Cluvor Hroa.
ipanyS Caih Storo.
i fiords fi r
DA i h fv i ii ir uiim
ctot i4 kak vou get a
i nice watc!.
M Imi HWk7
m ' -r mm
to Give Away
W Ml elder at H. Martin's.
Hot chocolate ri cents at KoeppenV
Cored styles and price at Under
House (or rnt . Imiutre of J. U
Sharon at Hauler's.
Where Ik the heat place to liny fur
niture? At Itndcr's. of course.
All mini of vogtU-.bteB. celory, tur
keys, duckh and geese a H. Martin's
Wheat hay delivered. Leave orders
at Oregon Feed Yard Peter Went.
Sewinv Children's clothing -5c nm'
up. Hit, Ada Hosm. Ml) Jane street.
111k wheat crop in t'matllla county
M china display at Um Owl Tea
Krcsh Olynipla oyaters. clams, oralis
and dressed poultry at Downey's Fish
Always fresh, you can doerd m:
that The palm ClMMOkttM. at Ko.m,
Kmbrolderetl iIoIIIch and rente:
pieces lor sale ut HodftOlt'l hall
Wanted, cxpcilunced girl to do Ml
eial housework. Rest waves. Innulrc
of Mrs T O Halley.
We thouxht we had a large stock
last year, hut this year we have a
much larger one says the Owl.
Picture framing a HM?olaP v New
.ine of picture moulding Ibass
mnrcntu for frames at C. Sharp's.
Live and dressed geese, ducks,
chickens, and turkeys can he had at
the Ktnnilaril. at the lowest prices.
J (' Hays the horse liuyer. is mi i
iiiK horses from I20(i pounds tip
Must lie sound nnd fat. Can be found
at Fi ooiiic'h stables
At bedtime I take a pleasant herb
drink, the next morning I fee brlirht
anil my complexion Is hotter. My
doctor says it acts gently or. the
stomach, liver and kidneys, and la a
pleasant laxative. It Is made from
herbs, and la prepared as easily at
tea. It Is called line's Medicine.
Lanes Family Med total moves the
bowels each day Price 2Bc and 6'ic.
For sale by Tallman ft Co. sole
Offered to Kill Cops.
A man by the name of Casey, wan
arrested by Policeman Beheer on
Court street yesterday evening In an
intoxicated condition. Me was riding
bis horse on the sidewalk and loudly
proclaiming that he would "kill any
"cop" who dared to attempt his ar
rest. He Is now In the city Jail await
Ing the pleasure of Judge BOMB, who
will attend to his case tomorrow.
EASTERN OREGON CLAIMS.
IVin with every
-"I mi i.
A. P. Armstrong, of Portland. Says
They Will Be Recognized.
A. P Armstrong, of the Portluml
lllisltlesh College stated to the Fast
Oregonlan today that he believed It
to he certain that eastern Oregon will
be recognised with the nomination of
either governor or secretary of state
at the republican state convention
"I.et your people hut get together
and coiue down with some show of
solid front, and there is no doubt In
my mind that you will he given your
rights This Is due to this great re
glon. that constitutes so Important a
part in the greatness of Oregon."
Mr. Armstrong was well Impreaaed
with Pendleton and said he waa rath
er surprised to find here so well bull
and such a busy city.
T LINE BUILT
EXTENSIVE WORK DONE
BY W. A C. R. R. COMPANY.
$100,000 Hai Been Spent During the
Past Two Years Many New Tres
tles. Walla Walla, Nov. 28. The Wash
ingtoln & CoUUBbta Itlver railway has
Just finished the largest line of Inv
provetnents ever made by the com
pany. having spent about lion.nnn in
filling six Inrge gulches, removing
frame treaties and substituting earth
emlmnknieatR. The work tins extend
ed ocr a period of two years.
Between Walts burg and the summit
or divide between the waters of the
Touch, t and Mill creek a distance of
six miles. t Inrgc trestles were built
when the road was constructed Thev
have never been renewed, and accord
Ing to Inw had to he rebuilt or re
placed during this year, hence the
company prepared to place solid cm
bafikmenta in the positions occupied
ly the frame trestles, and the work
Is Just finished. A half million cubic
vatds of enrth had to be moved to
rotnplttc the Alls. The road now tins
not a large trestle on Its line from
this city to Tiny-ton
A force of men begal ftpfipalU a
loig stretch of the line today, atone
belli secured from the banks of the
Touchet for that purpose The win
tat months will be occupied In this
WOffk, nnd by spring the line will be
In nearly perfect condition The heavy
freight traffic over the line, especially
wheat shipment, has created a de
mnnd for n roadbed much better than
that mnde In the hurry consequent to
CROTTO AGAIN FREED
FROM OFFICE R8' GRASP
Moscow. Idaho. Wanted a Man. But
Not This One.
Fiank Crotto Is a free man. After
coming clear of the charge of steal
Ing a team and buggy belonging at the
Commercial Livery stable In this city,
he was held to await the arrival of
the officers of Moscow, Idaho, who
thought lie was the man wanted at
Qedeeee for taking a team ami buggy
there which was MVal heard from
after Last evening Sheriff J It Col
III! and W. I.. Hiram, from whom the
team was hired, arrived in the city,
and after seeing- Crotto decided that
he win- not the man wanted They re
turned home this morning
Pays for Its Insertion.
To the editor ol the Fast Oregonlan
I liar Sir. I sent you a poem last
week and asked you to publish It in
your paper. You declined, and re
turned It to me with the crushing re
ply that I was no poet and that you
"could turn out better poetry out of a
sausage machine " Now I won't be
crushed and I propose to show up
your attempt to throttle budding gen
Ilia. Publish this card and tin- fol
lowing poem In your columns ami
charge mi- at your advertising rates
JAMF.S MKTCAI.F MUST.
I stood upon the ocean's Handy beach,
Ami with a reed I wrote upon the Hand
"Agnes. I love thee!"
Hut the winds came and the waves
rolled mountain high.
And blotted out the fair impression
Cruel waves, treacherous sand fragile
No longer will I trust to thee.
Hut from the highest mountain peak
I'll pluck the tallest pine.
And dipped in the crater of Vesuvius.
With it I will write
I 'poii the high and burnished heavens
"A wise Woman" Is drawing the larg
est audiences ever known
And giving an entertainment that will
take your breath away,"
And I would like to see any dog gone
wave wash that out
THE NEW YORK WORl D
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Time has demonstrated that the
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Is bei ausi it tells all the new all
tin time ami tells It impartially,
whether that news be political or oth
erwise It is in fact almost a dally
at the price of a wekly and you can
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RapultiiOM and democrat alike can
read tin Tin u e a Week World with
absolute . ontldence in . truth
In addition to news It publishes
til st class serial .-turn s and other
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The Thrice-avVeek World's regular
subscription price is only 11.00 per
Mar and this pays for 156 papers.
Wi offei th.s iinutpialNii newspaper
and the weekly Fast fin goniiwi te
gether for 2..j
J. Rlark. San Francisco.
Andrew C Smith, Portland
Marry lne. Portland.
I M Hrownlck. Portland
J F. Dickson. Portland
0 W Tape. Mot lake.
A. IV Armstrong. Portland
l';.'d M Scntt. Sumtnervllle.
1 II Truelelb. Chicago.
William Maher. Portland.
O. 1.. Seal.
F. J .Cram. Chlcngo
A K. Oronewold. St. Pank
0 I hMM Walla
W H Ovlntt
Miss Leila Shaw.
R King. Helix.
W It (Jleiidtnulng
J, Criswolil. Helix.
0 V Mymeiit. Walla
.1 R. I atii'i.'i city.
Mrs T J Halley, city,
Oenevleve Halley, city
It I Hurroughs.
I C Hod well.
W. H Hcydcti Wallace.
It V OpMW. Moscow.
H 0. Shaw. Moscow.
I W Smith. Lewlston.
Owlttl Waddell. Lewlston.
RtaMr Miller. Paker City
The Golden Rule.
Jesse Scnnmnn. floldendale.
Leonard Warner. Ooldendale.
i. It. Alexander San Francisco.
M B Hunkle Spokane.
T. J (lot doh. Portland.
C. L. Howner. Spokane
Chailes Itoss. Spokane.
Snm Lee Spokane
John C, Hedrick, Spokane.
D. H Casev. city
A C. Shec'k. Portland.
S L Motse. Pilo (BOM
Miss Richardson. McKay Creek
Flmer Dale Helix.
Hart Hadarl. Alba
Dr. J. W Vogel Portland
Alexander Williams. La Crande.
I c Dnnlels and wife. Walla Walla
W T Lane. Drcxcl. Mo
J H Collins Moscow.
W S Hiram Moscow
II O Allyn. W J McKenr.le, P
Sanders. Jesse Wherry. Tra Horn
brook M Madseti Mr Stone Mr
Matkgrnf OauTM CofTlred Flmer
Morebead. (leorge Collins. Clyde
Spalndtirn Lester Woody Otto Hop
per. Hoy Crooks. Allen Sanders. Dave
Masters Fred Ni spitt Ooldendale
It pays to trade at the I VnpUw Warehouse
"Not IMMMMkil lualitv here."
Clothes that Make and Hold
If our suits and overcoats were not
gooil values, if wc could only sell once to
a person, wc would soon use up all the
visible supply of customers. Hut on the
contrary the store is every day makini
new customers ami at tin- sum time n
taming the regular ones.
The only reason (or tins is because we
pie, isc every customer, and we please linn
b giving good values, reasonable prices,
fair treatment and an unusual assortment
(rum Whk b to choose
Our guarantee is evidence ol cvety
value we oiler. A 'lissahsfieil i iistomer
run have his monev bai k
Suits $10 to $25
Overcoats $7.50 to $27.50
New ideas in Neckwear, Hosiery and Shirts,
Street, Dress and Driving Gloves, all colors.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
PKNDLI CTOK ORBOON
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THB YOPTH'8 COMPANION
Wi Columbus Avenue Huston. Mils.
We are now offering
some of the choicest,
purest wiiu't-. hrand
icK ami liqUOrl for
tahle and enterlain
nient purposes at
exceptionally 1 0 w
prices hy hottle or
The recent order of the poatofflce
department discontinuing the post of
flee at Delta. Shoehorn county. Idaho,
has been rescinded. The old postmaa
tet will be reappointed.
Family Liquor Store
2J7 Court Street.
BMJVJM agent O K .A N. Co., or
B. II. I I. I MM M . Agent.
142 Third bt.. Portland. Or.
Tbe First National Bank
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Special Line of Dress Goods HALF PFJCE.
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JOE BASLE R
Main Street, PwdlltOfl
L The homllest man in Pendleton as
all as the handsomest, and others
are Invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for tho throat and lungs.
remedy that Is guaranteed to cure
and relieve all chronic and acute
coughs asthma, bronchitis and oi
sumption Price 25c and Mr. Kor
sale by Tillman Co aole agents
The state department announces
that tii-urgc llepioi! of Omaha Neb.,
has been appointed coaaul general a
65c black buliel
85c cheviot, all colors
25c cashmeres, all colors
60c lanes striped waistings. . . .
30c china silk, all colors
f 1. 50 laney velvet
35c bleached table linen
30c half bleached table linen.
$1 ,' bleached napkins.
toe flannelette, dark colors. .
1 iYc flannelette all colors ....
7c outint: flannel
6 '4 c (inghain
lie gitdle corseth
tut ladies' cotton hose.
23c ladies' flleeced hose
231 ladies uud children's vests.
special price 40c
special price 63c
special price 1 y
special price 43c
special price sue
special price yhc
.special price 29c
special price 401:
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special price 5c
. spei ial prit e 10c
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special jirice 3c
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special pru e 1 31
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Special line Ladies, Childrens and Boys Wool Mittens ej
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