East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, February 07, 1902, Image 5

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    ging Out Sale
illContinues.
Fur Collaretts
$4.90
Regular price 10.00
Electric Seal Jacket to close
J7o50
Was $35.00
th Jackets $7.00 to $10 to close
$2.90,
iver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
CARRIERS
EASTERN OREGON STAR
ROUTE CONTRACTS.
rBBRUARY 7. 102.
BREVITIES.
Are
cl.y.
Insurance
Putton's
& Howard
nndv In tin
fhOPOlfttCB.
Ifrmt rooms in me uruce
tint APP'y Bl wwvuw
.1..- .rlnir
pr ItUilUIIlfV mill "r-
ImIUiik bnUM and wood
i. Court street,
i the East Oregonlan build
Hi. Hti'iim neaieu, iui an i
L- jnd bath room In conne-
Germuu utid spaniBn iob
m l.Alni. fni.ni
t i i,innen nrv udiu iwi m
llDitrmtiiin of J. F. Heynaud.
of Whitman College, ah
Ban' niai;
rrhants who expert local
i to BTOttCl their business
. i m .1 .............
I it lea"t Hhow their appro-
:ontrarinr ior Home space
I-Mtaslleld, O.. News,
miesi man 111 Pendleton an
handsomest, and others
ill on any druggist
trial bottle of Kemp ft
the throat and lungs, a
lit Is Riiarnteed to ruro and
chronic and acute coughs.
Ibror.chitt- nnd consumption.
! ind 50c For sale by 1 all-
HH sgentn.
ii enP rpi'lHOH and business
hit haw mown up In Pen
the last IP years. Ib the
leit Ittrket, the depot in
for al1 kinds of meats.
cured The proprietor of
wiimiem Sshwurt. i wren
palnmaUiiiK and consclcir
wrvlnt; their customers
out hi the reasons tor the
ling luislncss of the con
especially care for fum
makltiv prompt delivery of
rier to all ports of the city.
K'i telephone number is
Place of business, west side
litreet near Webb, opposite
I George.
jstic Ranges
I. allien and gents purses, tooth
liruthes, fancy box paper. Nolf'a
Ths Wood tun of tin- World art pn
paring to give a big ball on Tuesday
evening. February IK
The home of All. and Mrs. ('. E
; Penlknd was made happy this nun n
! lug by the advent of an K';. pound
:-baby girl.
City and country property tor aa'e
Houses rented, collections, locale
lands subject to entry.. Agent HoU'e
I 'o-operat 1 ve Co Homes on easy pu
, nieiita. W. IV Hlborn, room 10, over
I Tuylor's store.
I Dallas O'ilaru eutertulned about
L'o of his young friends with cards
and guim-H luut night at the home of
lili- parents, on Kallroud street. He
l leshnieniH were served and a general
good time had by all present.
PENDLETON DEMOCRATS
WANT THE CONVENTION.
1 Are Willing to Do the Right Thing by
the State Organization to Secure
It.
An effort Ik being made by the clem
I iierals l Pendleton to net the demo
1 orotic state convention In this city.
Whether or not this will be accom
. plished remains to he seen At the
central committee meeting recent l
held 111 I'm' lam! the whole mutter ot
i selecting the place iii ii ting wus
I I. it to CI, airman White ami lie is the
I only man that has an suv.
Portland is ulso pulling u get the
convention ugulu, and us that ;. the
I larger place and bus more iullueiice.
is well as wealth In the party Hues,
j those who are hoplnt; to get It here
realize thut they are almost working' ,.
I against lute llowevot the democrats
oi I'eiidieton are loyul to their prlucl
! pies and are willing to do anything In
reason to get the convention. They
I will put up all the uioiicv necessary
I tor holding It und entertuiuiliK the del
-gates and vlBltora.
Government Lets a Lot of Them. In
cluding Several for This County.
The poetofnee department has let
a large number of star route mall con
tracts, of which a number are for
routes In this county. Some bids were
rejected, among them the one for a
route from Pendleton to Lehman
Springs The contracts that wpit it
I affecting this region are:
Hepmjer. b llardniaii Monument.
Hamilton. Long Creek. Fox, Pooch
Creek and John Day. to Can von Cltv.
N miles, six times a week, J, .1. Hag
newood. M90.
Heppner to Galloway, JO miles
twice a week. W. D. Lord. $450.
lone to Ooaeherry, 18 miles, three
times h week, F. B, Vaughn, $376.
lone to Rlla. 12 miles twice a week
F, I .VaiiKhn. I27R
McKa.v to I'emileton, M miles, twice
a week. C. C Morse i.XL'n
I'cndleton by Pilot Rock. Nye
Kldge and Alba, to Ukiah. r.1 miles,
six times ii week. M C Sturdevant
MMS,
Kidge to Gurdane. in miles, three
times a week, to H R. McUrown. M4
TTllah by Dale and Rltter. to Long
Creek, 4f, miles, six times a week. R.
N. Morrow. $1887.
Weston by Hriggsoii and Tamarack,
to Weston, 25 mllea. three times a
' Henrv M,, niton, I34H.
PJIgln. bv Wallowa, l.ostlm- and Bn
rprlse. to Joseph. h miles, six Unci
a week, B, w RmsTbter $inr.n
Hlllgard to Sturkey. 18 miles, three
times n week. J. K Williams. 47n.
iHiami cit to La Ornndi throe
miles 14 tlmcR a week, J L Dunning
ton. $199.
Summervlllf. to Imbler four pllei
12 tlmeh a week. M I Hunter. $:"'
Union to Cove, eight mllea. six
times a week, C 11 Conner, $390
Union, by Medical Springs. Banger
and Carson to Cornucopia, B8 miles
six times u week C. H Conner. $3i.',n
l nlon to Cnimi Statioi, two miles
II .times a week. E. E. Evans. 6tl
Enterprise to Chlco. 28 miles, twice
a week, W Stubblefleld. $l'i34.
Klora. bj Arko to Grouse. Hi miles,
ilnei times a week. O .E. Qowtl
MM,
imuatiii to Enterprise, M miles
Ibree times .. weel, !' I) McCtilly
$r.l2.
Imnaliu to Frnlta, lit miles, twice a
kvook, f D MoOnlly, $40"
Wallowa to PronlM nllaa, thro
I mi I ii week I) W Mann $ lit;-.
Kunipter by Austin. Prairie City and
John Day, to Canyon Cltv, r.:i miles,
seven times a week. K Went hcrford.
M4M
Siin'ti'.'-i ii lloiirne, seven miles sis
times ,i wstk, Thomas McBwan
MM.
Alamo, by Law ton ami Granite t,.
BUmptSr, M miles, six time.-, u week
lion, us AlcEvven, $894.
At litigton, by Olex Clem, Condon
ami Mayvllle. to Fissil miles
s,cn times a week Dixon Grant
MU0
on, ion to Lone K k. 22 miles
limes II week. ). 7. Koblllet te
SJ BBSS Mgea
jlpSSSSK jtMOSm
v
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
SHAR KEY'S FIGHTING FACE.
The sailor pugilist is now training
fOf hii fight with Jim Jeffries. The
mcture shows him in S fighting pjffj.
tude.
Work.
Sli Tlmmua Upton's receipt lor
pnwporlt is this. -Work hard, dnaJI
boncntly. be antarptislnav sxerelas j
careful Judtntent, advortlae Judtdona-I
1 1) but rieely. How mm Ii mlttf I
I place on industry und how I h.-lievel
in ilexoteii bunl work at tin thing'
once tor all accepted as a man's call-l
lug In Ufa, may be seen trom tin- in, t
that even at this stage ot iny career
I generally work from !' In the morn
lug until to at ulKlit Work work
always work. Is the mil stOllaUMI)
'l ie ii.,, ds ol lite are not unfairly sp-l
i" I'tloued. as some suppose The man I
l 1 Isin e utid of pleasure can hardly
complain If he Is not also a man of I
wealth and health, success in om
em r Is the reward of sacrifices
' tide t, : Its sekr "
Warr:age Frolrn;ji Lite.
I " i -' . tin leading German statin I
tieian, is s:itlsiled. after many reart I
b natariala, thi . . led
re b'tigcr thuu single per
lath rmv among 1 1
" en 20 ard i:
is-r looo, nnmarru d s. i . in-
and to mai'llad 1.1, itnuuii
hetwi en In and r." .nnrrl, ,'
ill' unmarried M,li from M to M
marriad 14; nnmanisd 42. between I
SILK SALE . .
Just received a complete line
of Corded Wash Silks in all the
latest shades and patterns. For
the next few days they will be
sold for j98
a waist length.
REMNANT SALE.
Wo place on xale todny ami Sjiliinlav nil thi
i!i nimints U'ft trom our 1 2th Annual Clfdaranof uU.
N'uu will tiiul in them mot! remArkfthlfl vaIubi
among the lot on silk )rvM Goods, Ptrosle, Wmlin
and ( ItUioo.
Agenti Butttrick'i Pattern! ind Publieationi
PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make nool lirHatl iow
nrHiuiuiii al fin- v'iiimKo
t ., I. , ami gl V ell el lent
Kvery Bark is gnnfantaad
Byers'
WorUI'
It M Hour. It Uxk tin
.1 Fair vr ali , on m i i
satipfa'tion wherever nsed.
We have th la-sf Steam
Iiolled Butle). sei H e aiu! Heard le Ralley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
w. s. BYERS. Propiietar.
ol
I i-rsci i
IlKe is t;,7
w BOB M
1.1:
M07I
Condon,
miles, one.
by
a
Alvllle. to
week, H 0
Ajax
.lackson
RDWARE
Clarke & Co
I Court Street.
England Unable to get Volunteers.
'I'h' British war office is confronted
wlfli u most Hurlous condition of al
fairs. Its call fur volunteers to te
MOV) the regiments at the front, has.
so lur, met with absolutely no re
sponse, and has served to intensify
tin wide spread indignation existing
among all the volunteer rugimeutB
In (be first place, volunlueru answer
ing tlie cull would only receive live
shillings per day. The
lor the deudlock Ib
conscriptions or withdraw
regulations. These have stirred up
Strife lo an extant which has not ex
lotod tot many yoars between the
railroad officials and the volunteer
arm of the service and, according to
many of the high officers, will bank
nipt u majority of Hie regimeiita.
Lone Kock. by HgM Mil'
, BOf M mile three tineas
Thomas J Mattack. MM
Olex to Croy. nine miles
aand, H (' .lackson, MM
Mapp
Week
I W Ii i II
and To the proportions un nun i
rind 48; iiiuani i lad "i. Tkooa fjrnraal
ri ti that the ibaths ol BSnTflad per
t ,i,s between :io and 7" at, thi. .
Bftha less thuu ol uiimurrled. The
avOfltfa Ufa Ol tOO unmarried person
v ho passes L'l is 7 of the married
14.4.
nappmess w in n at a uistuie up i
poars so groat as to touch the sky.
When It enters our door It so dwlu
lies that POry often we no loocaf rat
ogiilze Jt.
Empire Meat
Market
is Til PBNDLKTON
DUPOT FOR WEATS
Of ALL KIN Its IN
I. AK0K OK SMALL LOTS.
QUICK iiKl.iv 'KR IN I m
I- MILY TKlh: 8PW IAUL
L'ARKD POB
Schwan & Qreullch,
Proprietors.
SO Yt Alt:,
EXPinitf.Nct
in
? h1 VHtasr '
Usfc jgtt'M'
Ai;rfi
.in. a ty
Traui M'RKi
Df
CuPVMiOHift skc;
attiull r tsf m khrf h aiut ilnet ni-i i n h oi
I'rtaui nr 4-i'iiiii-.i fisttt T titrt no
invHitf I'll in i"hnl.ls ,iils tlatl tttisjiiii m
tWsMjMrifrt if ' iMtisMMIIssJ U al el' - I I'ntsMilo
I trrm tl.cat su(-ii fllff twin lloj 'lsilo
l'stinie tnaini ilir Mitfh Mm.it i' r
Mwrlov H"f W r M hout linri, id . Lw
Scientific American.
A rinndsvinelr nine rnwl tttsattily I mri alf-
ulli f an f i ft i id. I-.tiriml 'Iwii.i Mi
M fiHIC MMItaf l H.tl t.y 411 l.-n't-ro
WHITMAN CLUB COMING.
Drama to Be Given in Pendleton on
February 14.
The Whitman College liratuati.
club intend giving their play. "M D
I'm Tern' und the tun c comedy, "His
Lust Chance," in Pendleton i''i brnary
14. The club met with stub an en
onl) solution thualaaiic n-ceptlon in Wulla Walla
to introduce that Its tame will undoubtedly seem.
the new , u" k'.i j ludlence at Pendleton. The
club will meet quite an enthusiastic
welcome from the friends of the col
lege i this place
Phoua, Main In
at7 Main HI reel
Bofon u Norwegian girl may marry
in her own country, she luuul demon
strutc thut she can
spin
knit, bake and
ISS THAN HALF PRICE.
We bavs BUbOO hu aesortiuetU of .sbls and euds of Boi Writing
rtaaj srblofa we will sell at a Big Reduotioti to close out. Tban
r' two ioutortnietits
)c and 25c a box.
Hit lu cent lot couUiutt paper worth from U ifl 40 cents tun
thejf, , ,., j,,, worll, f,f,oto 76 cents. White and lintel
papei
6RL ANl. OET TMF BEST SELECTION.
KOEPPENS PHARMACY.
Steps from Main Street Toward the Court House
DR. MARTIN ON THE SEA.
Pendleton Physician Serves at Ship's
Surgeon.
Dr. A. H. Martin ot Pendleton, is
now supposed tu be eu route home
from a Jouin, to Japan He left
a few weeks ago salllug from
Portland, and liuii tiie position of
ship's aurgeon. He wnt to Japan
and was to come home upon Hie i
turn of tin- ship Ha is looked for ou
March I
City Figures Corrected.
In the eltv treasurer's report pub
lished yesterday the "Flues' und
"Cem frry" should have I" i indat
the "Ueneral Fund" head lualeau of
Hu- l.evee Sinking Kund." and under
"Otatrlbutloo of Cash" tin- genera,
fund should bavs read 4uii.i3 In
stead of M74.40. This rorreettoo is
Binds because some people may Woll-
der at the general fund being so small
hj l he report
For Kindnesses.
Tie relatives of Mrs E. D. Stlllman
whose funeral occurred yeaterday
take wus means of expressing thanks
aud sincere appreciation for the i ad
lv assistance rendered during her last
lllnesi I D, iTILLMAN
yjojajlgsjajwelf ao e ta.
Laxittiivc B otoo-vuUiinc
Uts ru xlf i j-t - - W iau
Onatoojoi do a
here, waiter I've (
mi.- ..ulatl. Wuit.-i
sir; it is part of th
laoniiniii 1
Ittnd a button in
Thats all right.
dressing.
Ski
mrfhTPttTF
UjLlUiMJlJ
o PrdPdliuiKft' Peirfeett FrwtacitSo
r
mi' i,f tin eastern itatc! there ib ,i niaiiiil.u fun i , wlm ln Un many sears devoted if-
OBIira IttOBtlOU to 0Ot until line ol K"" 1 Mr. jtlant u u'towa ,teulily Ittiiu a small
DOfiaoiai utnil I" now las lout lare factories, covering acres of floor space and employing
bUBstrOsll "f SKII I L:l LABORERS' BUlppefl witli all flic most Modern appliances thrsi
fact: tics all OOO luriung out gooils that are not only DOffoCl in v i partnul.it Lul at a
mucli lower pint than those produced by factories (hut are miking- larger lim s In order
to establish and maintain a business of sin h proportions this manufacturer must be turninc
out an BnXOlll Bl line of hildn n's Shoes We hav usl r i eivel a large shipment of these
-hoes which we have marked at extremely low figures in order to introiiine (hem here
Infant' wide Kid liultoji ntc
aize .1 to ft
C'hildieii's Kid rthu with heavy
a L. i,t ion SjOjsn, I'Utton ol in. .
siae ft to .
liildreii'M Kmigtti' ' ail .-ilium
with Jieavy eatentlon sdnt
1uHoii or lace, sie ft to h
Children'- Kid MiVBOl WUk bOfV
exteulioii Hides, button or lac.
si.e H to II . .
58c
90c
88c
$1.18
C'lilidfBtl'l KangaiiH, alf nbuea,
wilb heavy eiteiition aides,
button oi lei e nle s to II
Hoy and Misses' Kid HsBflsj
will, heavy i ten Hon mtiem,
but I. iii ot laee, slae ' o
BOJ - and Mlf Kangaroo Hli,.i
with In j, . OltOBlsOl aidev
billion oi loOO, sir 12 In J
$1.08
1.33
1.30
Rum
iVimiu jlktEl
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