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FRIDAY KKBIUIARY 7, 1902.
lend or borrow money: when you
want to lot or rent a home or room
or store. Th want nil will supply
your want. If you havp a horse rs-
trny. or If you Imvo lost a horse, or
fOUBd a liorso or other animal, you
can not let ao many people know of RESULTS OF GOOD ROADS
It In any other way na thrnuch these
columns ami at an expense that Is not
worth considering. Try an ad. It will
MEETING ARt SHOWN.
OPNCBRS OF THE SHI-EPMEN
Walter J I.uummi Hpent yesterday tn
W eaton and Athena
II. K. Kennedy. Of the Tribune, wan
ometimsM umxm tha foot, m Ataea i terse?
j. W. BAILEY RE-ELECTED
SECRETARY AT HELENA.
Northwest Wool Growers' Selected
Salt Lake for Next Meeting.
Helena. Feb 7. The Northwest
wool (J rowers' Association after :ie
lectins Salt I-ako aa the next place
for moating alostoo tha following o
I'reHldent lOSSS M Smith. Suit
tarv Trefls.irer .1. W Halley,
other times the pocket
hook, ittid frtqurntly I t 1 1 .
Our bargain tahle will
help the pocket hook and
give you shot 8 that will
Ladles' 4.0u Mhoee, t'2.SO
l.a.liee' IJ.nOHhoea, $1.66
Indies' fl.4 Hhoee, .9
Meiia' Hhoes ala Cheap but Hood
Wilson & Co.
Successor tn Cleaver Bros.
Plum. , liUok 91.
Deputy County Clerk II II. Hall vix
Ited Weston Thursday.
United States Deputy Marshal Zo
eth ItOVStf Is In town from Portland
Mrs. Thomas Dillon, Jr., of oho,
hax been vlslllnc relatives and friends
In town for several ilaya.
Mrs. 0. II Carrier left on last even
Ins's 0. R. &. N train for Chicago, to
ba koiii several ilayn on business.
Mr and Mrs. J. 8. Haye are expect
ad tO arrive this evening from Hpo
kttM tO visit their daughter. Mrs. C.
C J. Kr-e, circulation manager
ami Colin v Hymen! . rorreinondenl nival lias proved a create i
Walla Walla County Buys Three New
Graders to Mak- Better Highways.
Walla Walls, No, T. As i result
oi the khki n.uu novanaai III "l,s,
cltv. the countv eomtnlSBlOeees have
. L. I .ft...... lM...tu...l Ol-CiiliTR for
ust hy UN supervisors in in iiumiwui , vice-presidents
pans oi I ne touiiiy. r.ue
will be Riven tO a COSMSlHtOBl tils
trict and there be used l all the su
pervlsors as they mn tie tormina The
machines will arrive from thi Kant In
a few WOOfeS,
Walla Walln, Keb. 7 Int. -est In
the Ue,l Men's carnival is ne i -easing I omlng ami II
and large crowds gather at the ar 1
mory each night to enjoj the enter Presbyterian revision
tnlnment aJtordad Tonight the wood
men 01 the World will SttOBd In
hotly, anil special moving pictures
have been provided as a specially on,
the regular program Ho far tha BSf
attrai I ion
Richard Scott, Or
aeon A S l.e Orow Washington
Crank Hagenlmrtli. Idnho, W. K.
Clowerree. Montana; (,. S. Illckok.
Utah; Patriot Hnlllvan Wyoming.
i:ecutlve committee J. N .Wil
liamson. Oregon; S. J. Camhon. Wnsb
IngtOOl Frank Oootllng, Idaho; O. P.
Hatch. TTtnb; Timothy Kinney. Wy-
H. Nelson. Montana.
think of fpbm
niter UHing 0j
n. u a you
of Mini Hiiv.
thipg else after
trying one of
for the Spokesman Hevlew. spent laft
night .11 town In the Interest of their
Booth llouser Is In town today. Ho
states that the smelter of his minim-'
company will begin work aa soon as
spring opens up the country Ifl the In
than was anticipated ami the attend
a nee 'i as exceeded the estimates of
the most enthusiastic sdmlrei of the
project a weak ago.
Body of Mrs. Turner Goes East.
Walla Walla. Feb. 7. The Im, ,t
Mrs Holman II. Turner, wife Ol Itev
Turner, psatoi i tha Ural iiaptist
oi tiu Adams neighborhood, wa in
town today. He s.ivr the stfiaal
An Interesting Page In the Dally Eaet 1 around Adams was not lnjur.1 by tha
Oregonlan. I 1 weather.
The Kaat Oregonlan solicits classl Mrs Arthur DlllOB and Mrs Thorn
fled ads. little ada stating the wants t Dillon Jr., who have been Visiting
of the people. The expense of these relatives In town for several day- r.
ada Is email, from 16 cents up. turned today to their homes at F.. lie
loha MoPBSUi a well known farmer church, was sent to Canon fit . Col.
yesterday afternoon accompanied by
the bereaved hoaband snd two iistsre
lrH Harrington, of Cripple Creek
Col., ami Mrs Southard ol Salt LshN
Ottj Kiineial services will he bald l
the home of the deceased's chlld-
Through them much Information can
be conveyed. You can tell your neigh
bo i what you have to trade for some
thing for which you have a need, but
you cannot tell from 1000 to 6000 peo
ple this fact. These ads will do that
for you. With the aid ot them you
can get value for your surplus things:
you can supply your wants: sell arti
cles that you can not sell In any other
way. and all for a small sum of
money, from 16 cents for one inser
tion to tl 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 ail for 16 cents to 60 cents.
You may want to buy something.
Try a want ad.
You may wish to sell something.
A "For Sale" ad will fill the bill.
You may want to trade a wheelbar
row for a grindstone. The wheelbar
row you have no need for; the grind
stone tha other fellow has no need
for. The little ad expressing your
a professional visit
I)r House mailt
t" Keho today.
H F Oil.ira ts in town from his
recently purchased ranch near Pilot
Ilock. Mr O'Hara says instead of
Has a Tentative Decision, Contingent
Upon Churches' Action.
Philadelphia. Feb. 7. Rev Hr. Wll-
nam ii Roberta, mam bat of the posv
ersl revision committee oi tha Pias
byteriss church, gave out the follow
. Ing statement last night:
"The committee liaH decided tenta
tively to revise the doctrines of the
I bird chapter of Confession by a de
claratory statement; also chapter X,
section three on the salvation of all
Infants; also chapter XVI. section
seven on ROOd works, also parts of
duplet XXII. section three on oaths,
and chapter XXV, section six. by a re
vision ot the text. They appointed a
I sub committee to prepare the final j
' Tomorrow thev will consider ii
brief statement Of doctrine for popu
Owl Tea House
Mother's Pride Coffee.
S T QR AG E.
TSLKI'KONX MAIN 4.
I I 1 III II KU
f net, .
" "A i and
' v r w if.
I riirL it,-, A t-
A New York Hostelry to Have 2300
The apartment building and hotel
purchasing ton ami some odd acres aa now under construction on the grottU I
reported recently, he and two other bounded by Hoventy third and Haven-
fellows Jointly purchased 600 acres, ty-fourth streets ami liroadwav noul-
Itoss Mc.Mahan has returnetl fron "var,, 1,1 N-w York, will be the lam
Helena. Montana where he has beep, ''8l "f " 1,1 WOrtd. It Is In -
for the Isst two months He save ,n" erected h W K I) Htokes, Who
the climate of Montana Is sllghttv 1,1 r,,lv " Question as in the m
more frigid than this and he is glad ,ur' ol ,nli bulullsg, declares that be
to he hack In FendlOtOS axain "can't tell yei whether the tmlldlng
J. 0 f'utler. civil engineer asjd is Kllu: fi ,,"'1.H '
tl'e.i . for II... V..ul,t.,.rt ' a"'""
Capetown Keb 7 lourena Kras
nuih bettei known as Commandant
Manas waa captured by the Hrltlnh
nca i lyiilngshurg.
1 'in luvwr itanriMiti uosnpon) SI
rived from Walla Walla last evenln R
to supervlsi the work which will b,
gin soon on the new steel bridge
across tin I'matllla east ,n town
Obedlah Osborn. one of the wealth v
Walla Walla county stockmen living
on Dry creek, passed through I'endle
ton last evening on his way to Rcho,
wishes will do the business at a small on business. Mr. Osborn is on.
expense. Why not try It?
Have you a house to rent? A room
to rent? Do you want to rent a house
or a room? A want ad will be effec
tive The coat Is little, the result sat
isfactory. Try one.
There Is no more effective way of
advertising, anil the price is within
the resch of all.
Look over the "classified ad" col
umns and use them when you want
to eell or buy something: when you
i ue illuming is i, siorit .- ntgli one
block long, ami will cost IO.oimi.imhi.
Sixteen hundred men have been two
yean in laying the foundations and
walls, and it will lie two years more
before tha stnictora is finished n
is built ot granite, limestone, white
brick ami terra cotta. Of the mh
U,OO0M Is for the building ami
ami ground ami f l'.imhi oou for interim
decorations ami furnishings' Tha
building will contain 2300 rooms. It
win in noulpnod with a telephone
change larger than that ot a eitv of
Un.unii people It will have a ten
will cone home with lr
feet ll III sllinl With (i)ir
tile leading spirits In the good road.
movement in Southeastern Washing
Mrs Ocorge it Carrier, the mil!
nei. it-it ior tnc fast on last evening s i al ot Its own horn which will radl-
train over the (). R. & N. and Union at, tie wires tor I'm in telephone- all
I'acltlt- for Chicago, where she will under on.- root The basement Ij M
buy a spring stock of millinery and feet below the surface of liroudwa,
post herself on the latest styles She Along tin Seventy fourth stn et nl
will be away for six weeks or mon of the sub-basement will be a win
M: and Mrs W IC King have be. n ,''llui which a doen like the gf .,
want to make a trade; when you SI M-B " Smith ami Miss "'ei'.erg um coum m siore.i iti
."inn .i' t.e- i Iiey are en routt from n"ie. i nere win it,, n t.i
Mormon Hasln to Portland having electric elevator Fourteen of tne
oeen in tne rormer place during the
winter. Mr Klnr is interested in
mines and has a number of valuable
The item Itllblishetl v. -i. i.i .
want to give employment; when you
want employment when you want to
For the last week of our hook
sale, ending Saturday, February i
tllbmiu !rawiug, li.mj, nee
Webster's ( iiabritlged Dn tlonarn
I anious lo qao, standard 76c editions
QUI top in mo. sUudard She .-tlitnui.-
TALLMAN & CO.
THE UBAOMQ DRUU0ISTS.
each taimhlt oi carrvlni; from ! t.
i persons at a trip, will be exclusive
ly for passenger saevlce, while ttier
will he four freight elevators On ih
top floor will be tip. largest dun -n
a Walla Walla paper saying that Mus 1""' I" wor'" ' "
Tallman. who was vlsltliiK her broth
er, i-. laiiaian In that ,-ltv. would
leave in a few days for her home in
Michigan was a mistake. 8he Is In
this city to remain hen- until next
meni Will ! a swimilllug liool an.ihle
of act omnitMiating .".on persons Ut ,
STOP TRADE IN GIRLS
The Weston Leader says:
Mrs. O. A. Peebles arrived home
Sunday from an extended visit o rel
Stlvea near Salem.
, Miss Viva Warren, who Ih teaching
school near Pendleton, visited Weston
Saturday and Sunday,
ii l! Hall, deputy county clerk, was
up from Pendleton today Mr. Hall
hau im) it kiu saa i .
.. . 1 propeny on .rMit,,
vi in km e, . .. i rami
........ ... j,,,, ,,, weroe rmng
for $00. b'
Senator ami Mrs. O W. Proobstel
left today for Walla Walla where
j Mrs. Proebstel will receive medical
treatment. She haa not yet fully re
covered from her serious Illness
Ira Krli and C Van Patten, the
general contractor of the
i-aooi niiiining, returned yest.-rd.i.
' exuem, naving nnished their work
Mr Krl, was accompanied by his wife
and her sister. Mrs. Iieera.
1 he Pendleton Shoe Company
Hav 500 jitiiH of Misnes ghoeg,
thef are soiling at, ptr pair
I ormer prfve from $1.30 to $1 73.
500 pair's Ohildran'! Bhoti
at, )v pair
- or iiMjr prices from Si.sS to S1.7S.
Besides rlany Bargains la rten's and Ladies' dhuee.
DON'T HAIL TO (IET OUH i'RICGS.
Fighting White Slave Trade m Berlin.
Tin lations I'm lighting tn,
white slave trade have begun an
energetic eamiiaign in Berlin, oev
many Tha have Issue, I ., report
stating on incontestable author! ti
that lo.Oilo giriK leav. Kuropean ports
to he the slaves ot Indians who have
enticed them away mini home in
tiermany alone there Is a gang of
iirany nsi person., engaged in tins
ol it .m ' hi 11 il muu
ter in search ot it-male assistants for
a Herman school is the common. -ruse,
pretended to be hotel keepers
looking for pretty bar maids or wine
merchants who want saleswomen or
advertising agents who want girls to
learn to he typewriters ami so on
(iullcia and w.l,.r,, li..iu ... ,
lloriiuil , . .. . .. " "' lin ir
luvnl,. nnntmg gruiinds Tin...
..... u .. J
nut uramiii 10 g,, tnrollgli file cere
BMMsl Of marriajje Oge m m recently
arrested ill Hainl.mg, hati six wives
living, of whose whereabouts at pies
SBt he had no knowledge He thinks
they may be somewhere In South
America That country is not the
only country to which these while
slaves are sent India takes suite a
number and so doe tiintt l,ut Tur
gas takes still more, who an- ohieflv
shipped from lllack Sea porta
tup .mil liutuini
most excellent wearing
slioc lor larii hoys
51. JUL 5T0
We STI still in thfl saiidlc driving priceidotnlo
the LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES in ALL
DEPARTMENTS ol this STOKE We ,
SLASHING PRICES in order to get in mum
lor our BIG SPRING STOCK, which will com
RMnce to arrive stion. If you are hunting Bit
gsina, wi hsve Ihem for you. Remembet, the
UrrgOSl stock in tlm county to select Irom. Come
and st t- us.
THF LYONS MFRi.AMTILF
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A coggplete sssortmenl ol
Rubbers. , .
Victory at Last.
PALLING HAIR ANDDANDRUFI
CAN BL CURED.
do The Latest Scientific Discovery
Pendleton Shoe Co.
645 Main Street,
Till sigTUAtur in ou tr Ihax of tiio RftimuH
I ll W A
tho remedy ibX SSSSSS a ntrt in tun- gagh
Declared His Innocency
QStrott, Keb. 7. -Fretlerlck Sohu u
wan haiiKed here this nuirnliiK for tl, .
murdar of Mrs. Craig, bis paramour
HIk last words were: 'Hunt Koes id
InnsOISl man into eternity " Before
Ike aaeenUea th hsagnua was 8et
gpggj hy roughs ami badly ,.-.,.,,
What steam is t 1 navigation news
paper advertising Ih to business In
l,l,tlr'loila USA nl I ...
. , j . , wi" mow you
UP! Injudicious advertlsliiK will blow
uji your buslnoss - -Newark Advertls
Cures, all lornib of
Diseases, such as
drufi, baldness ftc,
will stop the Htj
falling out. As a Dress
ing it has no equal, Irgen
"K tne scalp and Hair
a Healthy condition.
OPAL0INE HAIR h(K)D
bk.ick a WmUU, 4g lor 1 egt, ,
The East Oregonlan Is Eastern n
and the people appreciate It and shol
MveetielRg meOtuwi ef thi. ctun.
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Up to Date, First Class ForoJtore Stat
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1 1 micai BcWWal IVVHI IVUIWII esse r"
M competition UndortakiD parlors in connection
I M. A. RADER.
J Main and Webb Streets Peadletw.
a x-v e e , I I P
S S l tf 1 dW S I ILllll I
In all luughtK juHt ivceivedby
Taylor, the Hardware
I linnet v ami 'sliu k llll'll &K invited to lt
a ms iiivi c Mliu - - ,
Mr. Taylor's prices before buying elsewow-
1 nl... winw l
niiaiia, Cimoioy, WOIMI lugnuua, i""- 0
titlii'i- uim.iIu in miiinti t.i it. Hiiit buyers, t
miiuirie8 hv until will ren ivrpruiup -
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware
Main trHt. Pendleton, wssa
m mm as a mrw. w i Mmw
a . V-T WaV - a-
International Poultry Food makes IB
Beef Meal gi henl fiV.,r
ClaaskeUs msJia s0"fl
Mica K''t ail,s ti'Ks,l0n
T; a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY
Hav. Qrain and Feed.
137 and iay bast Alta btreet