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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1901)
Commencing Thursday, Nov. 21st,
Wt will sell nil of our large slock of
Boots and Shoes
at a great reduction. We must re
duce our stock and in order to ac
complish tliis prices will he
Cut and Slashed
Nothing will escape the slaughter
except the Queen Quality Shoes,
which are contract goods. The
chance of a lifetime to get the best
goodfl in the market for less than
they are worth. ( all early hefore
sizes are broken.
Terms Spot Cash.
The Boot and Shoe .Ten.
Announcements of Service to Be
Held on Sunday.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER
liivuiL' aurvtcen tomorrow. Aiiveut
Sunday, at hours hm follows Sunday
.- I. no: at l' a. m. Litany, -rnion and
celebration of the holy otumunion,
at 11 a. m. Evening prayor and ad
dree at 7 .i. Tin; regular monthly
meeting of the Parish Aid Society.
' Woman's Auxiliary and the vestry
will lw held at the appointed time
FIRST UAFT18T CHURCH The
Lord's euppei will !) olwervril in the
morning and tin reception of new
mernlMTB will take place at thin iierv
lev. It ih expeded that :i nnmher of
new memlcTh will alm l r.ceiv-
We bftVfl juat unpacked
our own importation ol
Wi have the KpiMOpal hureti w ith
lt Uijrulty. the eminent HIjB BsiMOl
from Hi MMMIi the oiirt How
ou the aquare, t hief Fei in his toggery
and l-r, ami "lena pgppeaV with
IT DON' T COW A N -THING
TO LOOK AT
Owl Tea House
Fine Teas and Coffees.
A itatlafuctory answer hnvlnc been N
celved trnni HiikIi Miller, lii- . .1
will also come before the I'hurch toy
llnal action. The subject of the morn
ing sermon will be "The Need 01
llumanltation and Prayer lor Self-ex
animation " In the evenhiK a special
sermon to young men will be Riven
the subject of which will be The
Choice 01 Moses " All young men of
tli Ity who do not attend services
Is. Where nr most .or. lulls invited
to lie present nt this service. R. W
M I OHOBOB, SOUTH Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock, apttclal class
ti" etlnj. service Sun. las evening at
1 Epworth League Sunday even
ing at 7:3o. preaching by pastor Huh
Jeet: "Feeding the Sparrows." E H
FIRST PRESHYTERIAN OHURCH
-11 a. m. chlhlren's sermon: 11 In
a m legulai sermon subject "I'op
ulat It. usons tor not goliu to ( 'imp li '
In Mil.- dlscoursi' the pustor will ivac
an 1 review some reasons for not go
ing to church, which were receive. n
wrlMng front people who do not atteml
.hurch In the city of Pittsburg. Are
your reasons like theirs? 7:30 p. m
A Soldier of the Cross " If -fOM nv
a stranxer in the city or have no rej?
plait of worship w invite yon
10 worship with us nobert J. Pi. n
Barrlrr n as follows: Sunday school
at Q u. pa,; preaching at 11 a. m
ami '' p. ni Junior Kinlcavor at It
' m and Setiloi Kndeavnr at i;:Hn p
m l(e Frank McConanghy, of Deer
I'urk. Wash., "ill preach. All are cor
illttlly Invited to these services l(c
Daniel Stavei will return to I'. -mil.
on some time next week.
OIIMSTIAN CHURCH Rev. Mel
ford VV Smith of Athena will hobl
services tomorrow. Kev. It. A Copple
lining ill AthellU Subject "Tile Sil
preme Thought " Evening. "Tin It.
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE ILL.
She Who Nursed Sick Soldiers in the
London Nov. :to. Florence Niglmn
gale, the world's most famous nurse
and philanthropist, is reported to be
Don't Have Cold Feet
When you can prevent it by wearing a pair of our
Warm Lined Shoes.
We also have a hue assortment ol Felt and Knitted Slippers
in all colors for ladies and children
646 main St. The Pendleton Shoe Co.
Aa up to date Repair Shop In connection with our store.
FUNDS ARE GIVEN
N. BERKELEY. JR.. SAYS
HE WILL SECURE $10,000
To Establish the County Fair He Is
Now Soliciting Only $100 Subscrip
tions He Proposes to Interest
Farmers in the County, as Well as
N. Horklcy. Jr.. who Is at tin bead
of the proposition for the rulslm; of
tio.ooo to establish a count fall
states that there l no doubt thai tin
amount required will he raised to
make the fair a sttceesn ami Mtabllsh
It on a footing that will Insure ll
The tirst move toward tin establish
ing of a I'matllla county fall was
made last Wednesday, win n Ml
Herkeley started out to feel the pulse
Of the people 111 regnril to It ami III
' the first forenoon succeeded In get
ting nearly onc-piarter of the entire
amount lie hits started out to nil'
ai least 10,000 In loin ol 100 llMtrea
at $1 each, and since the tlrsi ds) se
eral hundred dollars more has ben
added to the pledges
The proposition a It stands now is
to raise money to buy a suitabb lit!
for a fair ground, fit up the ground
tot this purpose and then hold mid
keep them up for yearly falls This
Is something never before attempted
in this county, but every business
man In town expresses hlniselt that
Ii Would be a good thing for the coun
ty and they are lendinc their United
support toward carrying the propoal
tlon to completion In an Interview
with Mr. Herkeley he said
Wants Many In It.
Wo have a thirty acre tract In view
which is already partly fitted up ami
which would make a snlemlld spot for
the fair Some huslno. DMA offered
to take $.")iio worth 01 shares, hut
t ho-. I had to turn down for the pres
lit. for I hope to be able to got tin
entire amount In 1100 lots The farm
ors must be Interesle.l ami to a. OBI
pllsh this, they must subscribe and bt
"The fair is to enihriu c all tin- P at
ures included In the fairs of tin BUI
Which have proven a meat sin 1
horse racing, other sports which an
..I. ulat. il to go along with n MMceej
fill county fair; prin competitions In
vegetables grain and all products ot
the country. It will in- carried out
for the purpose ot making rivalry ami
eansiut: interest among everybody
"If we succeed III getting this pron
osltlon 011 the footing that we axpet t
and can eniTT It ott? along the !!!'
proposed, ii win he 11 fraad thing for
the country I think then win ha 110
diflh ultv in mixing tin- necessary
amount 01 monev
Mi Heikeley will visit all tin towns
In tin county and hopes to Intereel
their people iii halpini to carry mi'
tin plans for the fair by lubccrlblni
Miss Hertle Miller, of Fortland were
at tin Ooldan Role hotal lust night.
Mn waiter Darby, ol Poraaroy, nr
rived raeterdny evening In leaponse
, word that her Stater, M-- Sarge.f
was seriously ill with tjrphtlW -vci.
Put Is some better this mornlni'.
W M Frnker. who hns lived
man) a roar" m astern Oregon, is
l tOWH rrOBJ Omilde Hondo valley,
ffhert h Ml bean for several months.
IP will probablj remain here for the
Roacoi formerly hook-
per with olive,- r... 01 this city.
, , ,1 ihrnttah Pendleton this morn
Ing on his tun between Pocotelli and
Portland He is nn" rtl ""
tin () li N.
l Cotnhs who has been
at the Indian school the
left his morning for Wads
ivada, where she tins seenr-
, ,1 11 battel position In the ituiian
sc hool of that tdacc
li Nelln Wilson, who has been
isltlng her sister. Mis Hose Camp
bell, and her friend. Miss Anna
ThOBipaoa, Who has also been visiting
rriendi bare win leave tomorrow for
tin ih home in The Dalles.
v w Richard aoa, of Pomero
Wash on, ol tin- most extensive
farmers of QartaM county, passed
throaifa I'ctulletoti this morning on
tils wa bOM from tin fan American
Imposition Mr RIchardeOB was In
Pendleton Hfteen years ago Ra says
there Is 11 creat change 111 the develop
ment ot the country, as well as the
city since that time.
An examination of the published
reRiatei 0i the gcnernl hind olTlce dis
closes Hie in. t that a ntimbcv of Ore
gon appointees In the land service
are likely to be retired during the
, omlnr year, or soon after This
doos not Include clerks, who are In
tin classified service Doubtless yvlth
then RppOintmentfl as with the Incnl
I. in.! officers, the delegation will he
called upon as : whole to name sue
O K Adkna of HeppiKM-. at Hotel
Attorney QaOfM W lla.'ii, of Fori
land. Is in the city
Arthur Suilert of The Halloa. Is
visiting friends In Pendleton.
Charles French was In Helix 011
Thursday. 0 guest ,u Jim Hill
W Iv liond, the miller from Athena
Is registered at the Ooldan Rale hotel
Mi-.- May Ferguson spent Thurd"
night with Miss Myrtl.. Kill n, (elU
oistri.t Atto;ll0v T Q Hal lay van)
to llepp,.r , mornlni on court
otto Turner mid BMin Hallo, u hut
this nwratai tor Rcho to o duck
Mav M 001 load ratartfd this linn 11
ing Iroui Portland When In MM
been the past week.
'"harles and (ieorgi W.ud nr. in
(own from Reno Thai brought In
load of hogs for the local nmr. 1
n B, Riehardaoa, one 01 11.
praaalaaal business men arac regis
tered at lloiei st. Qaorga laal nlghl
Miss K. I.. Harnett, assistant cash
ni 01 the First National Banl at
Atlienu w.i in Pendleton yeatei
lllaa Wishard. who spent Than -
ajtvtai here with Maaahi returm
her home in Wealnn yesteniav even
lleoige Penman, ol Oregon t'c 1
Bdna Hatteii ot Canhy Oi wan
UBltad in marriage in Walla. 1 Idaho
on Thanksgiving d.iv
Frank How man is in town from his
home in Wallowa county Hi Wl for1
merty a Pendleton hoy bat is now in
the livery business at Joseph.
Charles (illhunks hen. I waltei at
Km I afnatalai raataaraat, wa
yeaterday for the tlrst time nftWI balai
In bed a week with neuralgia 01 the
Hugh Mctiuiio of tin 1'nclflc Pa
per company, and J, II Hawlay, sec
retary of the Archuleta oil company,
are in the city registered ai Hotel
Attorney F A Oarrecht Max Haum
istei Baa Ohadaay and Adolph
BwartS, all Of Walla Walla arrived in
I'eiidleton yesterday evening to re
main over today on bualaaai
I J. 8 Haye. who conducted the
"Square Store" in Pendleton (01 a
number of years. Is In town for a
day or so from Bpokaw oh I visit to
, his datlRhtcr Mrs Claud. IVnlaud
Halted States Marshal loath Hons
ar and Deputy Marshal P. A Worth
lltgton. his dauihter Helen and niece
ONCE IN A WHILE
Are our shoe. Take
mir Men's Boi Calf
lial at $i ou examine
llieni i losely .uid wt
laave the rest to you.
All r irst-Cluss Mukt-
m BT dPaami
Another Free Gift Sale...
With every Rent s suit or overcoat
nice hat or u K"l watch, stem SPt .nV Wee
Twenty per cent, discount on all 1
"'i oeai otirsii. .. .
-" ana !).
r 1 1 t . . I
Kcnirmner larRest stock of K00us
lect from and prices guarantee,! tie ow,
votirs to pe,M
By getting on of our new atvli- dininf iaaa
iiiv ol onoloe deHign and nnish, solidly made tnd
it i 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . iirnr f 1 1 1 1 1 ni in !., ...... t I
.lusl Ittok at thm, they are worth it. even if vou
tend purchasing. Our new shipments include
-tuiIc novelties. t ono- 111 anvhow and .t d
1 1 I T A tk v-a .in.-.
' 1 1 a . on tne fnu.uu jirtMinuni.
Miiin and Wolil itnetl,
AIRTIGHT HE ATI
I have a full lint; of t he celebrated
Wood and coal stoves guaranteed to
le absolutely air tight. None of tit
hi'iit is wasted iiml the stovee will
save ONE HALT of your fuel bill
I aiao have a lull line of cast cook stoves ind steel 1
Prices are tin lowest. luaiity consider!
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardwml
741 Main street. Pendleton. Oreeo'
QUICK DELIVERY. CLEAN SB
F. S. Younger & Son.
Have the largest assortment ol ianc u
grocariai in the cit. When von see it
5 QUICK DELIYERN. CLEAN STI
WE WILL SHOW
The Moxl Complete
Line of Fancy
Ever Shown in Pendleton. The New Designs
CHRISTMAS GIFTS for 1901 are Indescribable.
They Will Soon be on Display. We Will Cheer
Show You the Line.
TALLMAN '& CO.
TriiL'Jalin Druggists. -