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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1902)
THITRHDAY. .1ANT7ARY 16. 1903.
OEORQE M. DANIELS IB
In Nev York Central "The Four
Track New," He Haa an Article.
In "The Four-Track News,' publish
d by Ooora H. larjlols. Ren.'ral paa
ftijrur agent ot tho New York Cen
tral, appears tho following, after the
"And thcvHf who husbandm! ths noldon
Anil thosi who flung It to thr wind
When the Chlneae eat wheat for
breakfast, tho wheat farmers of Anier
lea will wear diamonds la the alo
Iran of thi wheat Industry of the groat
It le the dream ol the wheat pro
ducer, dealer and exporter here, that
Borne day all the wheat ralaed In the
Northwest of the Pacific Toast region
may be ground Into flour In American
mills and shipped In that form to feed
the swarming millions of the Orient,
aays a Seattle dispatch to the New
York Bun. KOM of them doubts that
some day It will come true Within
thr last 1" years the growth of the
Oriental Hour tradr has been very
Ijist year Portland shipped 792.000
barrels ot flour and Puget Bound 1.
oST.OOO in the trans-Pacific trade. In
1890 they sent out only 3R7.00O and
M.OOO barrels respectively
Developing Milling Industry.
Several of the largest millers In
the atate of Washington were encour
aged to visit the Orient this summer
and Inveatlgate conditions there and
they returned Impreeaed with the be
Hef that wonderful opportunities wore
there to bv built up and developed.
ThJs year the goldon opportunity
seems to have come. Never was there
stici, a wheat crop in the Pacific
Northwest as now The warehouses
and elevators of Eastern Washington
Oregon and Northern Idaho are over
flowing with the most phonnmenn'
wheat crop In their hlatory
The railroads are almoet unable to
handle the groat hulk of wheat bound
to the tide water terminals and hund
reds of thousands of bushels are be
ing cleared dally on ocean going ships
bound out of Puge Bound and Wll
Th 'in.- tate- oi Washington
Idaho and Oregon produced thl y.ar
bushel of wheat and 10
rtflil.oOO bushels of other rereals. chief
ly oats barley and r. Washington
takes the lead with ::.t.ooo.0n bushels
lo.ooti.ono more thai, wen- ..it raised
in the atate before.
Oregon produced 6,600.000 bushels
more than Its piwrlons record yield.
Idaho sent out 4.000,000 bushels from
two counties. About $21,200,000 has
been paid to the producing farmers In
thr three states for their crop. Six
years ago the total yield for the three
statep was only 19,000.000 bushels, or
lees than one-third of this yeans crop
Of the 63,000.000 bushels of wheat
raised this year probably only one
twentieth will go eastward over the
Great Northern and Northern Pacific
railroads to find market In Minneap
olis and other grain centers of the
Middle West The wheat that Is sant
la of special quality for Uia njanufac
ture of certain breakfast foods for
which the soft grain Of the coast Is
preferable to the harder qualities
crown in the nearer West.
Most of the Pacific Slope grain
stays west of the Rocky Mountains
because It cannot pay the freight
rates and compete In the Minneapolis
market with the product of Minnesota
and the Dakota.
Its market is to be sought on the
Pacific Slope Itself and In the Orient
One-fifth only Is now consumed In the
Bontrj wfcSTS It Is grown. So the
grain producer's eyes turn to the
countries across the Pacific.
If his dream of wealth is to be re
alized It Is there that the groat mar
ket for hia wheat Is to he found and
there statistics show that the demand
for American wheat Is steadily rising.
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM.
Is the Only Poaslbl : Way of Having a
If you see a woman or a man with
luxuriant glossy hair, vou may be sure
neither has dandruff to amount to
imythlng In nearly every case where
women am' 1MB have thin, bilttle
hair, they owe It to dandruff Thore
are hundreds of preparations U...t
"Claim to cure dandruff but not one
but Newbro's Herplclde tells you that
dandruff Is the result of a germ bur
rowlug Into the scalw. and that per
manent cure of dandruff and It: eOaV
sequent falling and baldness, can only
be bad by killing the germ, and there
is no other preparation that will de
stroy that germ hut Newbro's Herpl
clde. "Destroy the cause, you remove
the effect "
An Interesting Page In the Dally Eaet
The Rast Oregonian solicits classl
fled arts, little arts stating the wants
of the people. The expense of these
ads Is small, from 16 cents up.
Through them much Information can
b. conveyed. You can toU your nolgh
bor what you have to trade for some
thing for which you have a need, but
you cannot tell from 1000 to 5000 peo
pie this fact. These ads will do th.u
for you. With the aid of them you
cau get value for your surplus things,
I you can supply your wants: sell arti
1 cles that yon can not sell In any other
' way. and all for a small sum of
money, from 16 cents for one Inser
Hon to $1 for 10 or more.
You may want to hire a man or
woman A want ad will hit the spot
You may want employment. Try
an art for 16 cents to 60 cents
You may want to buy something
Try a want ad
You mav wish to sell something
A "For Sale" ad will fill the bill
You may want to trade a wheelhar
rmv for a grindstone. The wheelbar
row you have no need for. the grind
stone the other fellow has no need
I for. The little ad expressing your
wishes will do the business at a small
expense Why not try It?
Have vou n house to rent? A room
til u-nf Do you want to rent a house
or a room A want ad will be effec
live. Th. cost Is little the result sat
isfactory. Try one.
There Is no more effective way of
advertising, and the price is within
the reach of all
Look over the "classified ad" col
umns and use them when you want
to sell or buy something, when you
want to make a trade, when you
want to give employment . when you
want employment . when you want to
brad or borrow money; when you
want to let or rent a house or room
or store. The want ad will supply
your wants. If you have a horse es
tray, or If you have lost a horse, or
found a horse or other animal, you
can not let so many people know of
It in any other way as through these
columns and at an expense that Is not
worth considering. Try aa ad. It will
It Girdles the Globe.
Th. fame of iiucklen s Arnica Balve,
as the heat In the world, extends
round the earth. It's the one perfect
healer of cuts, corns, burns, brutaea.
soree. scalds, bolls. ulcers, felons,
chea pains and all skin eruptions
ObIj infallible pile cure. "5c a box
a: Tall man Co.
Blown to Atom
The old Idea that the body some
times needs a powerful, draatl. pur
gatlve pfll has been exploded: for Or
King's New Life Pills, whlcb are per
tooth harmless, gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system and absolutely
ears constipation and sick headache.
Only 25c at Tallman Co ' drug
F Mansfield. Athena.
O H. Bellinger. Portland.
J I Harden and wife. Portland
William Maher. Portland.
.1 II Kddy. Portland
i.e. Brownoll, Hoppaor
j W Mlnto. Portland
ft I I.ogan. Seattle.
.1 BlDM, Spokane
D Bhults. Spokane
0. W. Hunt. Portland
J. C. Cromwell. Walla Walla.
.lohn J Rallery. city.
H. V Kllppel. Portland.
J Prag. Portland
C fct. Smith. Portland.
Miss Harris. Salt J nk
U R Flint. San Francisco.
J. C. Lonergan, Seattle.
J. C. Fish. St. Louis.
H. L Calvin.
J. E Anderson. Spokane
F. B Clarke, city.
O W. Harris.
N Berkeley and wife, city.
M F Oose. Ponieroy.
A. Slnsh. liner. Portland.
T J Blair, Spokane
II E Curry. Baker City.
Dr m Dtttobrsat.
Q W. Tape. Hot lake.
W. T Hubbard Dayton.
O II Ballon. Portland.
W. E JollBSOIJ and wife. Walla
Dr W .1 May Baker City
The Golden Rule.
Pan! Mitchell Portland
.lohn Skeplnnd Heppner
D J Kirk Milton.
A I Mr Boom Portland
C D. Rlnker. Spokane
J. R Moans. Vmatllla.
M E Ollbert. Portland
D H Casey, city.
JSISI W Hoddy, Athena
Le. 7. Bennett. Chicago
Nick Chrlstensen. Nebraaka
A. J. Harp Dmatllla
W I. Knight Portland
W H Slier Portland
.1 W Adams Athena
J. B Mullay Portland
P. E Hunsecker Spokane.
Oeorg. M Phelps. Walla Walla
W R Parker Dmatllla
John Albert Walln Walla
I) M Mum font
B. W Got Baker City
Edgar llealev Chicago.
I) Belts Pilot Rock
Hani, Fanning Ogden
Wiailtural Imolemerifs Vma
' w w T fWtffjlflft
Best Babbitt Metal
IN 10 POUND BARS.
For line fthaftlng and all
bearings of machinery
of the mill or factory it
cannot be surpassed : :
Made from Type Metal.
East Oregonian Office, Pendleton, Or,
Itanch egg guaranteed absolutely
fresh. 2u cents per dozen, at the Stan
dard Grocery. Court street.
Ranch eggs, guaranteed absolutely
Bti per dozen, at the Stan
dard Oraoerv, Court street
Philip Voder, a section boas of the
Penn Ry at Canton Ohio, died on
.lanuar Ith leaving a fortune of 1.10
MM). ntostl in mone Pratt) good
(in a ....tun h.is.. Mam of the bank
notes wen so crumpled with uge that
the tore apart when handled
POULTRY and EGGS
International Poultry Food makes them.
Heef Meal gives them tlavor
Clamshells make them solid
Mica grit aids digestion.
Try a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
hay, Grain and Feed.
127 and ijiy East Alta Street
1 cnu eioD. v
II I I II II M I t I 1 1 I I I II lt 1 1 : I Ml I T T f T . si 1 m a MMimntininiiii
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
This sale being a bona fide closing out sale, the purchasing public is taking advantage of the
I the various departments of Pendleton's big store. During January we will endeavor to prove
T . r-k At 1 1 a a. i a t a,
popular in Pendleton, rnces max convince win oe me greai factor.
The first week of this sale shows an increase over the first week of last year.
exceptional values offered
that this sale is the
Men's laundried fancy colored shirt
i"Bi-Metallic" and "Wilton Bros, and
others, the regular values ot which are
$1.25, 1.S0 and $1 .75.
I dds and left overs of men's under
wear at cut prices to plot.
All kinds of 50c neckwear to
X close at
A hunch of odd hats that we are anx-
ious to close out as follows: $l.oOhat
J for $1.00; $2 50 hat for $1.76; $3.50 hat
I for ,2.75, eh
Don't forget the $1.00 mittens for 50c;
; $1.25 glove for Hoc; $1 .OOgloves 50c.
rj)J Man's Blank Working Shirti
Special socks 5c.
An unprecedented huy enables us to
offer this great hargain in men's suits
J520.0O suits for 12.50
$15 (X) suits for 10.00
All sizes and 10(1 of them; these 00004
('losing handkerchiefs at 5c.
Twentv per cent discount on hovV
clothing. Ion't forget this.
vercoate must go. fetacrificed thev are
$25. 0 coats now 18.00
18.00 coats now 13,00
15.00 coats now 11.00
12.50 coats now 9.60
10.00 coats now 7.50
7.50 coate now 6.00
We have received another dray load
of our celebrated 50c overalls, the best
in the state
$2 50 and $2 SWEATERS now $1 65
At one-halt price. This sale contin
ues ami has proven very popular,
thousands of dresses left.
Ladies Capes and Jackets I
$2.50 and $5.00 for twice the value.
Children's lATIa'PT Half
and Misses tJVIaU I O pnr,
Winter caps at half priot
All our new goods included in this
sale. Here are superior values to any
All materials and trimmings, original
prices 75c now 49c; 85c now 69c; $1.15
now 89c, $1.36 now 98c.
VJL- a-- ...u.L. .i .'ivnt UUt JO
prices on this line. We have 4W
maitc a uuick ciearumr ui
tnereiore tne enure ime
lot to sell at
2kc. Sc. 10c, 15c, and 20c.
Quality as above 25c now 17c; 35c
now 28c; 76c now 59c; 85c now 69c, and
others in proportion
All kinds as above, 36c now 28c, 66c
now 49c; 75c now 59c; 85c now 69c.
We challenge comparison uf values at
prices quoted. The children's dresm.s,
chimises and corset covers included.
$1.00 values now (jo,c
1,26 values now 7yr
$1 50 values m.w yWc
50c values iiow
65c values now
76c values now
$1.25 values now
26c values now
r? i -a-
Entire line to close in low oi
77 r Vic. and W
Ladies' knit skirts
To close at one-half price-
Formerly$I.U0 to $2.00 valu
now to be closed at