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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1902)
HlMllU'Tt TTTTf T1T1II1 mill
DAYS MORE OF 1 1
UR SPECIAL SALE 4) i!
4 dtyi mow of our Immense January Clear- J
During theee OOTDing ten days we make yon t
I InmirnosiiAH nrirci .... T
! i who have not seen our price during this $
h will find it a great advantage to oome atMl t
i : .... wit P mt
an invent iguiivn .
L Good!, Silk, Domestics,
Woolen Underwear, Hosiery,
Corsets, shoes, Muslin Underwear, z
, - 1
Ljv to wear uoous, aiso
Everything in Men's Goods,
Alexander Department Store, f
Agent tor Famous Sorosis Shoes.
ITERS' BEST FLOUR
Tomsk X bleed nm leers' Iit Floor. It took first
prsmmni at the Uhicapi World's Pair overall competi
lion, '' I'VSI aacollont satisfaction wherwver nswl.
Kwry sacs if yiiarmitiKMl We have the lat Nteani
Roll! Railv. Hel Rv ami Bwrillmw Barley.
fDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BTERS, Proprietor.
MISS HRWIN WILL FIUHT I HI CHAWtrS Mi 4 INST HI R
iolinc Engine for Sale
tkrse DOWei gaaolibe engine witli pipes and fittings, oil tanks
Lfetanks. everything necessary to set up and operate. Engine
bp ire all new, being IB ttM only a ew weeks
peiiverv economical and guaranteed to In: satisfactory. Price
IdodinR lit tin :;s Addt
East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon.
liFFORT TO MAKE IT
A NATIONAL PARK.
Will G. Steele. Well-Known Miztmn.
Hcadr. the Movement Congreaa
man Tongue Aaalata.
Will n. Steele, of Portland, ha In
augurated the movement on hehalf of
the So( lety of the Muamas. for se-
urina H.'iioii b) BOUgfsSS to inaKe
i 'nit. ft LeltS a national park. He hat
taken hold of tin natter with vigo.-.
mill win anitil tin co-op railed or ail
persons who en toteaaeted in raen
t! Ingn. Mr. It sola cull,; upon th. p..
lie of thi' stall" to SXStl l luniselves
Ik tvciy menoei possible, ami he will
no tl on tit have the support oi nil who
loestrs thai the wonderful lake he pre
served ns I place to which AaWiSl all
HUM people Will po upon their pleas
Th' following petition sots forth the
raOtl and should have the lifBetUrSI
oi nil OresoelftM!
To the Senate and llour.c of RepreaOl
tallvea In Cntmrosx Asaeinhl'd
mil pctltlonera. residents of the
rteto of Oregon, respectfully net forth
the following facts, ntid ask your eon
Crater Lake la located on the sum
mlf of the C'aaeade range of BOttQ'
taina, in Klamath countv, Oregon, aid
is inn of the grandest natural wonder.s
oi the world. It Is n portion of the
iiiinpproprlnti'd vacant domain ol the
I'.iivcrnment. and In the opinion nf
your petitioners should he set apii'l
ii mi maintained as a national pari..
To this end Hon. Thomas R, Toague
has Introduced In your honoraide
body h. n. 4IM, for which we reepei :
fully request your support..
The surface of the I..Ke la fTM let
aliove sea level, it is nearly aix BllM
In diameter and Is completely kiii
rounded hy nearly pVrpendh ul u
walls from 1090 to MM feet high ll
contains a circular Island, or dnd r
cone, K45 feet high, In the top '
which la an extinct crater M 101
deep. The water Is clear as eryatai.
L'nim (eel deep and of the richest pos
slide bine, Adjoining the lake and
guarding Its appronches the moun
tains are rugged, oi great altitude and
of no value for agilculture or nilnlnc
In spite of laws to the contrary, wild
game In tin- Peclflc Northwest Is rao
idly disappearing, and unless step'i
are taken in the near future to pro
vide a refuge for It. many varieties
will become cvtlticl
Therefore, your petitioners a.k
your favorable consideration of H it.
Mint Elizabeth Erwin. school tea her ef 'o ayton. Conn., is accused
of sending anonymous letters through the ira s, oh fi t.onable In character.
She proposes to fight the case to the highest i ourt in the land.
UNCLE SAM WANTS
SOME YOUNG MEN1
For Battery and Coast Defense Aim.
of Our Military Service Recru.ts.
Win I In Wnlla. .Ian. "7 A recruiting
station has been opi ned at For'
Wiilla Walla, where an effoit is belBJ
made to secure a large BUBSbOf of BsOD
for the arm Great flHming poetett
have been placed at dlffereet pleoei
in the city, advertislna for roOBI
men to enter two arms of the servic.
tlie field batteries and the nopal de
fense, Then.' Is plenty ot room an."
recruits au select the arm of sen
lee In which servic will DO I lilt
The move Is Hnid to be necessary im
neeount of the largi niiuiliei of Mo!d
" im i ur week en. small
word wowlera. Trj lha
Th 1 1 ma n (k Oo 's.
nt to the Philippines The do
i in i w i I .' tie Columbia haa been
rallei n limr nuniber ol men
and Hie. have ii. I'n furnished (roei a
i i i ri nrganiaatlona, and it Is for
the p tilling up these vaean
pit s thf 1 recrultl are SOS so much
Wcik.ng 24 Hours a Day.
Therea no icm for thoss tireless
little workeis Mi King's New I,lf
Pills. Mlllintih me nl ways liusy cur
na torpid liver, Jaundice, hllliousuess.
lever and aiue Tht benlah sick
hi idachi drive out Malaria Never
I ace Curtains
Big discount all along
the line. Regular Bar
gain Counter. Those
ho come Rrsl w ill have
H IK diacOtWl Oh all MWIhg ma
clinics N vv tn. ii him s (inni
up, seeond hand mm bines from
$1 10 S i o
Just arrived fur (lie spring trade
s few Oriental rugi Cobbs an. I
Mam Slie.tt, n'-ai t lit- lltidge
he Peoples Warehouse
adies' and Children's
I'nti! the closing ot OUT 12th Annual Clearance
Sale we will put our 8tck of ladien' and ehii
(Ireii H Underwear at price never heanl tA be
IfeOhiidrao'l Union 8uit, clearance Mkl frice
Women's Union Suits, Clearance sale prfon
fool Hosiery Reduced
The best value ever offered at An
20c, clearance sale price.
Tin- MMon'l latest itnporiation, all n oleaVflehCC
7 00 val is at oltaVnaDOf al pricn
9.60 vaiu"H at olesvcnet ial ufiot
10.IK1 valuns clearatute ale price
16.00 ValllM at deatanc'' sale pti'-e
L8.90 value a' flcarance ale p'ire
24 (JO Valtl M ai clcaiaii' c sale pri-e
K'ectiic enl l"a- wilfi tail Of BlMfntP,
6 m i
There is nothing more servicable
than box calf
We offer you a MiHsew' Box calf
nh06 $2 iO values at
A Clilds' liox calfahoe $!.75
Another griat out, iaoUmi bold
lathing of prioti irhiob makes
iIiih by far the pOilMl moiiey
Mviug olotblng tvonl of thews
H'tii Null- the mjnotiouii
Wmik H,lO 17 to) himI ini now
Worth 111, MJa and P, now
w .i ii, lf4s (im, ejssj bosj
I Xf ni'l child k iiveii'onH redu:l
in th ame proportion
WHEN WE SAY SO IT'S TRUE.
ELFTH ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE