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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1901)
In full blaet and will continue until
all our stock is gone.
Don't miss tnis chance to buy your
footwear at a big reduction. Every
All goods sold for cash
The Hoot and hos len.
NEWSPAPER BARGAIN DAY.
Trie Date Will be December 28th, 1991,
for tns One Day Only.
The East Oregonlan proposes to In
augurate a bargain day. This day wli:
be December 28tt. 101 On Una day
ubacrlptiona to the Eat Ore ton lan
daily, weekly or seml-we-ikly. will te
We find that it pay- to ad
vertise, and thii week a
long as they iat we will give
witti a titty-cent Mirth ITT of
glaeeware. crockery or granite
ware. I iny one frame to a
Owl Tea House
Fine teas and coffees,.
THE NEW YORK WORLD.
Tne Moat Widely Read Newspaper
Time La demonstrated that th
Thric-aWek Wonc! stands atom in
Its class Other papers have lmitat
ed Its form but not Its success Thi
Is because it tella all the new all
the tine and tells It impartially,
wheth-r that ajsrwi he political or oth
erwise. it la in fact almost a dally
ar the price of a wekly and you can
not aff rd to be without It.
ItcpuoUou anu a.-niocrat alike can
read the Thr.ce-a-Week World with
absolute confidence In - truth
In addition to news It publishes
tirat-claas serial stories and othet
features suited to the home and lire
aid. The 1 hrice-aU -k Worlds regulat
subscription price is only $1.00 per
year aud thla pays for 156 papers
W. offer this uneuualiec newspaper
and the weekly East Orexonlan to
gather for 12...
D. P. THOMPSON'S
disposal or PftOPlfr
91. JUfc STORE
fritty Per Cent IQCfease
Gave Third to His Wifs. and Balance
tc His Children. With Few Bequest
By the will oi the late 1). V FfcOBrp
son, the bulk of the estat is left to
his immediate family, the major por
tion oi it being divided equally among
hit widow and his two daughters. Bes
sie Teal an (lcnevivt rhoiiipsoi. n
trust fund being set apart for the care
of hi son Kalph Thomson. One M
two othv legacies are loft. tut no
bequests have been made nuts; If of
the" to relatives. Joseph M Tcai
and Walter F. Hurrell have beer,
named as exe utors without bonds.
The accompanying petition doe not
state the value of the estate.
The testator give tc his grand
daughter. Until Teal, the sum of llOOt
to lie Beld in trust by her lather. J
N Tt-al and also the decorations con
ferred Spot Mr. Thompson, by tin
Sultan of Turkey.
To J N Teal U itequeathed the
nm o; i" MA,
Mar) R Thompson . wile. Is
h i at tn- household good and a
third ii. tli- propcrtv less $: es
timated tn tic tin value of the house
and two lots a Twentieth am. Yam
hill utrvet. which Is alradj In her
The next provision tateF that $.'
000 shall Ik- net apart and paid to 1
N Teal and W F Hurrell In trust
tin income to t- oed in caring fo
Hait i, Thompson, and with providing
him with such comforts a lie tngv
ti- ad From the Income of this same
fund there Is to he paid tn Rache!
Thompson, a slstei. residing at Ali.s
worth Washington county Iowa the
sun: of fC11 a year as long as st-c
shall live The balano of Um hi SUM
Is to to to Besnle M Tea! nnd Oeoe
be Itoated at Tor:
hav.- n dally um
gallons. Tht watt
li s Nev, V ate- Svstem.
ill Dec 1?. Tin- fir
t of mam
. voire. It l estl-
will be upwards
e svstem will be
1 complete in the
filter bats' ar" tt
silale and u-
y of lOO.tOOjMO
Is to be taken
' 'r at..
- (.1 -..., ..- I. .
oil rii. .,- iw , R iif-l llli'CCHSC i , 1
kt ltd . are UOW doing the lending iMh
I'einlletou We account for this solely on r
-; m k and superior quality of our good',, tt,
in 1 1 1 tit - i eii'Hi iiinn t ii r '"ini r ""
Our Stock Is Now Complete
In all department, including a flue line ,.f H.,nJ. a
now aeiUng ohaaoet than ever before k i )
miss It If you do not fall iu line and patroutasthT'.i!!?
give yi such lig BhM for your toooey i
all for suob eorrttaMd and lltnral mtrt.iii, """'g on t&j
foil . are rup.
L I UiliS .HUlXAAi n.E CO
Ja:Ksons Net Confident.
Dee. ;s TtModon mt
I . . ' our new style dinhn: room sou
ose are of choice design and finish, solidly made and art
lnc at a pri lower tfias ever before fur mcfa i uinor
jubi i ' 'K ui mem. uiey are worm it, even it vou don
tend purchasing. Cur new Bbipmenti inoladc
grade noveltiee. Cobhi in anyhow and rat a P
H W Eon the BOU.UU premium.
. A. BADE
taken a: half price There will be a
cut of fK1 per cent. In the East Ore
gonian'a subscription price for this
one day only On this day you can ob
tain the dally East Oregonlan b mall
lor one year for 13; semi-weekly for
a year for only fi. and the weekly fo
a year for 75 cents. This offer Is
made to old or new subscribers who
pay subscriptions in advance from De
camber 28th 1901. for one year or
more. Don't fall to take advantag
of the offer. Tel! your neighbor about
the offer Send In your name for a
sample copy Remit by bank check,
postal note, money order or In one
and two cent stamps Address Eav
Oregonlan. Pendleton Oregon
I her !
! and the ar
riff Rlakely le.t this morolni
Fine line of toilet soap jus- in a.
Going at Actual Cost
Mens Patent Calf, Patent CUArc
... Kid and Enamel Calf OlllLa
lmc a., -mio-'. l.iuee lu-o k -d A'-tua: Cost ui in and . for yuumelf
The Pendleton Shoe Co.
An up to date Wepair Stum In ceanectlon with our store.
Crockery for Christmas Presents
We show in great vanetv We
have the newest and neatest in
tableware and toiletware, and
tug assortment of those ornatnen
ta) pieces mat ait in such popular
demand for Christmas gifts The
prices on all these goods are the
lowest lor the quality.
Mm S R Thompson left t
Ing for Portland, tc- visit
until after the holidays.
.1 M WlM :i tetisivi stock mat.
ot Mi Kav Break was transa tuin
jtasiw lg I'.-ndleton yesjtartejf
Josept. itolph oc of the late Sen
4lor Dolph wan at Hotel 8t Cieorg.
last niah' from his l.on in PortUii
Marry TIioihimhui .an. horn- ':nni
Portland thin morning He at t t
Iks fwaaral of the late d P Thotnp
on Mr- S K ul-f It-,'
ing mm Um r I v M. I m u-
two months' visp to her aW horn, .i
T D Mathlc who has spt-ir .,. .
ral days at bis sheep ranch or Sjajf
ter creek returned to Pendi.-to:
Ed Thompsur. of th- Firm Nat.ona.
bank of Walla Walla Is visiting hU
mother Mrs I noiupson and riroth. -Harr
ThoniiMon in Ptadlet on
MM 'udge Hartman ha poa U
Portlai.i1 His daughter Jasjagi who
M attemting 8t Helen's Hall will ti
turn with Jni to SfjasuJ 'he MtKlJI
Kr-t E. Judd of the Pencil.-!,, i.
Wmi Scouring and Packing Com
pan ictnriitjd RsjajM from a twi. )a--r
trip in Portland on this aWVIlint -train.
Among those who att.-nn. ,
Woodman rw.-ption last night - a
Adams were Nick Taitinger and
family Wm Holdman and Ora Hold
' I lady . l
i "i Kul iiaini-turiie! li.-
WuiltMl Hatiii Julh ite J(
I 'int w in. or Iim"S li.-'
for inei, n 1 4
Mnewi for lni i mi
' ateni I.eathe: miai heal
!) ftnu1 WeM
B VERS' BEST FLOl
1 n:ase gtn UH-tl w Bvers' Iist Float It toon tint
areosiam at tne Chicago World's Fair over all eoapatl.
ami irire excellent satisfart ioi whtrevsr nssd.
-ii i v'tinranteed. We have tba Htsaru
it-v ved Hve and lleardles liarlev.
FhM)LKI()N KOLLKK MIL
W. S. BYEKS. Propi Kti.t
1 have a full line of t tie celebrated
Wood and c1 atovee guaranteed to
iit olttU ly air tight. None f the
at is waited and the rt .- will
NtveONE HALF of your fuel bill.
1 a. so have a full line of cast cook stovt-s an . site: rati
: r.ief. at- the lowest, quality considered
T C T WI HD 4U Hor.lu oi-p M
k w r w r
74 T Vain street. Pondleton Oreuon
O W Croas k J Uodrt W T
Haul K L Barnett W H Mawe r,
W Bradley and F E Mapaoa of
Athena were In Pendleton last night
and took In the Woodmar. joliifl.-a
Wirt Minor the wull-knowi. Con
lam! lawyer, pasaed through Pendle
ton for the rasi on this morning's
train He will viait mend and i.-ls
lives In 8t Louis Baltitnor. gad
Virginia returning home the latter
part of February
i I ii I w ill iinn it an aaci tnth ne.1.-..nu nf
v ' mm ' T a a i i a m aw gaa s 1 a r i i i v
m aWPJ lMBm 1, JV I V- V I VWW w
The best and most appropriate all around present is a
w a era wa l'i a a- , . - - j . m. i ifiiu
-w iiac mem ana our line surpasses any in bastern
TALLMAN & CO.
The Leading Druggists. . . . Pendleton,