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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1901)
Commencing Thursday, Nov. 21st.
we will sell all of our large stock of
Boots and Shoes
at a great reduction. We must re
duce our stock and in order to ac
complish this price will he
Cut and Slashed
Nothing will escape the slaughter
except the Queen Quality Shoes,
which are contract good. The
chance of a lifetime to get the lst
goods in the market for lest- than
they are worth. 'all early before
sizes are broken.
Terms Spot Cash.
The Boot and Shoe len.
IHfiBR SB, 1801.
W. H. Balr anil wife, or Echo, are
registered at Hotel St. George.
J, B Boyd and wife, of Baker Ottjr,
are registered at ttae Hotel St. George
Sheriff J R. Collins of Moscow
Idaho, are registered at the Uoldec
Qlssj Bushee. OlMft at the Hotel
Pendleton, is off duty on account of
Joe Conn representing D. Sachs &
Sons distillers, of Louisville, is in
Mrs J J. Riley and aon. of Butte
Mont, are visiting Mrs. C C. Ha
driclu at 408 West Court street
Mr. and Mrs Rader and son. A:
torney C M Rader and family. gf
Walla Walla, are her- spending
have nut ii
our ow: impori
We have (he RpgSSflpgj GhastSS Wftt0
it dignity, the eminent High tichooJ
froll. lie euuuellt, tile OUM 1UM
oil the -cUr- ' hief ii, lii tiioorv
mii iier. and "len.- -' with
IT DON'T 1 OCT AN -
nam to i.hk ai
Owl Tea House
Fine Teas and Coffees.
Thanksgiving with their son ami
brother M A Rader and family.
Judge Ellis left this morning in'
Heppner where he w ill hold court t.
morrow He expect to return Sum
lay with Mrs. Ellis and aon. who hnv
upent the past two weeks there
Frank C. Stevens, of Pomenv.
Wash., passed through Pendleton thi
morning on his way home from an
extended eastern visit. Mr. Steven
id among one of the lest trap shots
in Washington and Oregon, he having
won the cur at the Multnomah Our
and Rod Olut. shoot at their tournu
Mai ir. Portland last July
SIGNS OF COMING SESSION
Or CONGRESS VISIBLE
Sneaker Henderaon Will Be Re-elect
d. Say His Friends President
Roosevelt Besieged With Visitors--Tne
Senator and Represent.)! . ,
Washington Nov IS There a -.1.1
:. Ian' signs that (be opening 01
on tress is near at hand Promin a;
nenatom and representatives sjatn
of w,. n hav- no' )er. In Washington
to ) encountered at every turn to
day in the street hotel lobbies an d
other pul.lic place a large part hf
Roosevelt's time Is being
si gs ia raeelTlm the forma! calk)
.. , ,, ,.rHiime tHn their arrival
t. town. Speaker Henderson's quar
ters at DM Normandie. are also the
Mecca for scores of visitors dahv
Tht caucus to nominate a siea!:."
meets Saturday Speaker Hendcx .:.
s a caudidau for re-election and big
f'iendi" and supporters are confident
of hi ggegggg The general opinion
among tht members Inclines to tin
belief that th OOSBlBg session of con
Kress will be one of the husleet ir
To remove a troublesome corn oi
nuinxt Firs' soak the corn o. nn-
ir ir. warm water to sofien it. then
pare down as cloaely as possible with
out drawing blood and apply Chamber
lain's Pain Balm twice daily. ruLbiug
vigorously for five minutes at each
application. A corn plaster should be
worn for a few days to protect N from
the shoe As ageneral liniment for
sprains, bruises, lameness and rneu
matiam. Pain Balm is unejuale.l For
sale by Tallman K Co.
Don't Have Cold Feet
When you can prevent it be wearing a pair of our
Warm Lined Shoes.
We aiso have a nne assortment ot Felt and Knitted Slippers
in all colors lor ladies and children
646 Main St. The Pendleton Shoe Co.
An up to date Repair Shop g connection with our store.
DOCTORS OF PH
EASTERN OREGON DIS
TRICT MEDICAL SOCIEn
First Regular Meeting Will be He'd
In January Interesting Session
During the afternoon am! cvonin
of Wednesday the I'mattlla COHHM
physicians anil those from nth- - plS
es held several meetings, ni form
an organisation to be oalltd Tti
Eastern Oregon District Medical So
cietv." and oi whii'h the leBiporaf 0
IWrs are: Dr. J. L. Miller 0 I'"
dleton. president. Dr T. M Hgnde1
on of Pendleton secri'tarv The
first regular BM eting w ill be held n.
Besides the business session ol
Wednesda. the medics listen.'.;
the reading of papers and enjoyed
banquet ai the Hotel Pendleton Dl
Woods Hutchinson, of I'ortlatu! thi
famous specialist on ' Tuhen ulosi.
addressed the society ami his renin
are today pronounced to have BOBS1
tuted the ablest presentation Ol th
subject ever heard by the physician
who were present.
Dr. Andrew Smith, of Portlam1
spoke on "Appendicitis:" Dr. J. F
Dteiwoa, of Portland, on "Aetbai
pla:' Di Harry l.ani o( Portland,
"Insanity " All of them wars aie
The meetings were not publi' an1'
no laymen were present
THE DA WE OIVE THANKS
will take no action nntll after the
; nc of congress,
sal Pressure is being brottfW
bear "non the president to Induce MB
. , n), recommendations re s
, v, to trusts I.eadlns rej-resen U
railroad ami other affected In
tprests are trying fo headoff any dra
tic rerommendstlons. Several M
vitally Interested, including J. J- Hlir
,v r. Sib " v Thomai 9. Lowery UN
Cllntor. Morrison, already have boei
here at such an or-snd Colonel D. B,
mi came Saturday, but the rrt
d.-nt was out of the city.
Horace M Hurt of Omaha, pram
,.... of the t'nlor, Pacific, caleld ou
...... Rnoeortlt today He wart
Ml to prevent any direct reference In
thi u resident 'a message to the Ndrtn
. .., s .... i- -ompany If Is said he
inquired if it were noaew for the
pTMldMII b DUmatS to Governor nr.
Bant of M i neaota. that It would m
wall tl de!av his crusnde until the M
nartment of Justice hafl time to do
omethtai Mr Pur' sot little satlt
faction at the White House
STREETS DESERTED AND
EVERYONE TAKES HOLIDAV
Services as Usual at Thompson Street
M. E. and Churcb of tne Redeemer.
Today. Thanksgiving, the streets
are almost deserted The buslnes
ho es closed at 111 o dock and a"'
from an occasional straggler there Ii
uo one In sight. Many of our people
have gom awus to spend the da w tii
fnenda in other places aud Btai
have come from the country and ad
joining towns n spend the du .
partake of the hospitality of on:
pie on this occasion of thanksw
Reside the football warne there Is tit
tie to attract the eople out. an
most of them are spending Um
away from the busy turmoil oi Imr.
ness and the streets ami are wltn
their lamllies enjoying a holida r
Cnurch of the Redeemer.
I'nion Tiianksgix iiik serrksa sn
roarturtad at he Thompson street M
K imrch. at which lbs Rev John
I'reii i pastoi. ami ut tin C'lnirck Oi
thi Ketieemer. tin Iti". W i:
Pot wise is rector, ami thi K John
Warren assistant At in lutte: srv:
ct-s a haudsonn sliver eoSBmuBJog
service was presented to the church
in honor of the memor ot tax la
William H .Marshall. approprlni
music was rendered by tin DO)
ed choir and ut the ouclusloi. i
services the boys wen photographed
in their vestments They will cauet
the framing of the phntograpl.
send It to Mr t Y. Judd. .
trlbutetl llis luwun! tin I k
The services at the Thompson Street
M. E church were conducted
Pendlei.it. a adein'.
Pfanr. ti. aai atiwi
wlti nnn h .merest 1.
'In present and a'
W. H. H. SCOTT ROBBED
Was Heid Up Near Atnena on M -nesday
Vlhenu Nov. 2s W H H S i
was held up near this city aa) a
ing ami robbed of fin apj j.,.- .,t ,
Mr 8mtt and brother wan
wa to Athena by team about
o'clock and when about a hall .
trom town a lone hlghwaymai
gad out into the road and den...:
that they throw up their hand
they did and were relieved of the II
and watch all the valuables the
on tin ii.
Tin-re is no clew as to tin
and no description could l-him
PRESIDENT BURT CALLED
ON PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
However, tne New York World Se;
a Says Department of Justice at
Washington Wilt Act m Relation to
the Railway Combine and Other
New York. Nov MV The World ha.,
tm following from Washington: It
is now understood that than Is a
strong probability that the depaii
ment of justice will us. actl .r.
against the copper trust, the suur
trust and the new railroad trust, ur.
der the Sherman anti-trust law as
. ... inflations in restraint of trade
basing such action upon the decis
log of the T'nlted States supreme court
in the Trans-Missouri Freight associ
ation case Tin- dcparM... nt of justice
offii lais have leached the conclusion
that the Sherman law is adequate, hut
Never produced better
coo Js than WC can show
you Take it in Men' Shoea,
Made cn a Modoai Last
and intended lor a Dttty
man s business shot Tlic
Will gnt- the hardest kind
of wear, require no black
ingComfortable and at
itfacton in everv ray
Another Free Gift Sale.
With every ecn i s suit or m
nice hat or a good watch, Mem t and .Zl81"""
Twenty per cent, discount on all ,lci H
Ladies Furs You can't beat our stylet u
Renu mber largest stock of cood.
from and prices guarantee,! the lowest "fl
ours to i
LYONS MERCANTILE J
By setting on of our new style dinini room
are of ohoioe dtmign and finish, solidly madaanrl
at a pricp lower than ever before fur such rop
1.. .. ! I. U . .. ,1. !a M
,nii nnK ui iiirui, iu sic wuriu u, even II vot I
tend purchasing. Our new ?h i iiuiem? include
irra ie novelties. Come in uiivhw aud
i BANC E on the f.r '.() premium,
Main and Well strt-rits
M. A. RAH
I have a full line of t tie celebratai
Wood and coal stoves guaranteed to
absolutely air tight. Noneoftb
heat is wanted and the stove wifl
gave ONE HALF your fueljbilL
1 also have a full line of cast cook stoves sad sad" I
Prices arr the lowest, quality considered
T. C.TAYLOR, the Hardwarel
741 Main street I :r. Oreenr
A ULICk DELIVERN. CLEAN STC
F. S. Younger & Son.
Have the largest assortment of faaej awj
.r -f, -.:. ::i titv W lu ?: ou set ft efl
MUNN i 'Co fort : QI ICK DELIV LRV. CLEANS!
WE WILL SHOW
The Most Complete
Line of Fancy
Ever Shown in Pendleton. The New Design
CHRISTMAS niFTs fnr 1001 arp Indescribable
Thev Will Saah Hp nn ninlnv We N ill heerlH
y ----- v v . , vr me tvr iuiuj
Show You the Line.
rill LeaJin Druggist. -