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MUST BE SOLD
$13.oo buys $18.50 Suit ' 8.5o buys 11.50 Suit
12.oo buys I6.5O Suit i 7-5o buys io.oo Suit
ll.oobuys 15.00 Suit 5. 90 buys 9.oo Suit
9.8o buys 13.00 Suit 4.75 buys . 6.00 Suit
98c to $2.75
$1.50 to $3 50
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
CLOSINQ OUT SALE.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
15c and ioc Lace for
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co
Tarcham Lsce 5c yd.
Regular 10c & 15c
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
$3 50 Hats for
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
CLEAVER BROS. DRY GOODS CO.
THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1902.
James A. Howard, farm loanB.
MtrPHt randv In the ci'-y. Dutton'B
ire cream chocolates.
' Furnished rooms for housekeeping.
Inquire at 509 College street.
I New invoice of dill pickles and
Jlives in bulk, at Hawley Bros.
i A atnnll fan nnnl nlpna lmva a fnnH
tiair of gloves at Cleaver Bros. Dry
Anlr tn aoa flio rUilnnp-n ipnrlor hnt..
inly $1.50. at Cleaver Bros. Dry
Sfnrltmnn lntenrllnrr tn nnrchnsn
lock salt should write the Standard
Etrocery for prices.
Tho Stn.ndn.rd Ornnerv can sell von
resh ranch eggs cheaper than any
lore in Pendleton.
'Wall paper, wall paper! Where?
i anarp'8 Dig wan paper Btore, opera
use block, Court street.
rho Standard Grocery has Just re-
jived another large shipment of the
alia Walla Health Foods.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
va or country property. J. R. dick
. East Oregonlan building.
bity and country property for sale.
uses rented, collections, locate
s BUDject to entry. Agent Home
peratlve Co. Homes on easy par
te, itmorn & cook, room 10. over
le will, for this week only, ending
uu om, oner ai a special low price
Rogers i 847
vcsf Forks, Spoons in the
plain bright design.
Spoons; Tea at $1.20
Spoons, Table at, . . . 2.85
Forks, (Med) at 2 35
Knives (Bo'nd handle)L90
pewler and Optician, Next door to
For rent or sale, two small houses.
Inquire of Henry J. Bean.
For sale, a new wagon and harness.
See Will Lane about it.
Fresh Garden and flower seeds,
bulk or package, lowest prices
Big red apples, honey In comb, rad
ishes, cauliflower, celery, etc., at
Wanted, a woman to do ceneral
housework. Steady position assured.
Inquire at this office.
Mulr & Wall have moved their
dressmaking parlors from Association
Block, to their home at 301 Bast
Wanted Two apprentices can find
position at Mrs. Rose Campbell's
millinery stpre, if applications are
made at once.
Ready to wear street hats are now
on display at Mrs. Campbell's mill
inery store. Their swell line of im
ported patterns will be on display
after March 10.
Danhne Circle No. 2. will trLve n
dance in La Dow Music hall, Monday
evening, March 10. Every lady is
promised a good time. Music by Kirk'
Thfi nonntv court thin mornlnc imibo.
ed on the matter of the incornoration
of the town of Freewater. and iravo
its officials legal rights to act in the
capacities to which they were elected
at the recent election in that place.
The Carrier millinery establishment
is made brilliant with the latest fash
ions in ladies' hats and trlmminirn.
Mrs. Carrier recently returned from
unicago ana an elegant stock of
spring millinery is now arriving,
which the ladies are invited to call
and Bee on display.
William Martin Encampment No. 1,
Pioneers of the Feciflc, held another
of their pleasant dancing parties in
Hendrick's hall Wednesday night.
Past Commander Wlilto nt Mnvmn,
Whitman Encampment, .Qf Milton,
was present. A. nice lunch was serv
ed and the 75 present had a very good
time. Kirkman's orchestra furnished
Rev. John Uren will clve his lec
ture, "Faith Cure and Kindred Phe
nomena." at tho Thomnson.StrPof AT
m. cnurcn, rmay evening, March 7.
y- TT t . m . -
ijv. uren is an auie speaker and his
lecture is hiuhlv nralsed hv
who have heard it. No admission win
be chargod, but a collection will be
taicen to uetray expenses. All are
cordially invited to attend.
A .R. Galbralth's earlond of Ann
stallions, consisting of Perchorons,
Clydes and, English Sires, arrived this
moraine and are now nt. flm Frnnmo
livery stable, where Intending buyers
can see them. They come direct
from Jansville, Wis., and one of the
Percherons weighs 2225 pounds, while
one of the Shires tips the scales at
150. They are all high-bred horses.
STIR OF POLITICS
A "DARK HORSE" TO BE
NOMINATED FOR GOVERNOR
Mitchell Forces Set Up Claim That
Simon Is Defeated, That Geer, Fur
nish and Lowell Are Not In the
Fight for the Nomination.
The "political sharp" ,of the Baker
City Democrat, Just back from Port
land, writes as follows or the politi
Politics In Oregon are politics. The
warhorses are lined up for battle and
the bisr fiirht is on. The onntpnHnriK
among the suppor.ters of the different
iactions in tne republican party is
reaching white heat. Not a little bit
terness has been injected into the
fray and each worker and contestant
believes that his babv Is the blackpst.
A carerul survey of the situation and
personal investigation of affairs in
Multnomah county elicits the fact
that this is the greatest mix-up over.
Among the adherents of Joe Simon
you will hear nothing but the trum
pet tones or victory, while the Mitch
ellites and their sunnorters nmnncist
the business men are absolutely con
fident that tho strength of the little
giant has been broken and that he
will not be returned to the United
States senate. The manners of tho
Mitchell forces in Portland also state
that not only is Simon already henton
down, but that Geer cannot secure
the nomination for governor,, that
Furnish and Lowell are not in it, and
that Moody is nrobablv ontoln
and a defeated candidate. They say
say that should Geer by any possibil
ity e nominated by the republicans
or should Furnish or Lowell get the
nomination, Chamberlain, at the head
of the democratic ticket, will proba
bly win out. As against Geer Cham
berlain is said to have a walkovei,
and many republicans have already
pledged their votes to Chamberlain in
case the Sigon-Geer machine captures
The leaders of the opposition to Si
mon make the statement that if C. A.
Johns, of Baker City, will announce
nimseit tor the gvoernorship, and will
show that he has at no time .consented
to act as the monkey to null the chpst
mats out of the fire for Geer that he
can ue elected. He is the choice of
a large part of the Multnomah delega
tion, and the leaders in Multnomah
county acknowledge that this time
eastern Oregon is entitled to the gub
ernatorial plum. It. is
doubtful if Geer can carry Marion
county, ana it Williamson had receiv
ed seven more votes in the primaries
m wasco county he would have had
a majority of the delegates from
Mooays own home. It is believed
mat Williamson will receive the nom
ination in the convention.
A dark horse is being held in abey
ance, who may bo sprung on the con
vention and receive the
for governor. The man is Booth, of
i-ane county, who stands high
throughout the state and has an envi
COMING TO COAST
FLOOD TIDE OF
HUMANITY SETS IN.
Several Thousand Easterners Have
Come West Since Cheap Rates on
Railroads Went Into Effect Last
Portland, March C The spring
rush of settlers undor the stimulus of
cheap rates that went into effect last
aiuray in tne East, has reached the
Coast. Between 45 and 50 extra rail
road coaches bearing passengers who
came west on settlors' tickets have
come Into. Oregon and Washington In
the past two days. Nearly nil slftnrf
out at the various stations In Orniron
and Washington east of this city,
eitner to locate or on stop-over priv
ileges to examine tho onnntrv. Tin.
tween 60 and 75 settlers have al
gone to points on the Southern Pa
cific lines south of Portland.
They Come to Stay.
Tuesday 12 extra cars of sottl ors
were delivered to the Oregon Railroad
& Navigation Comnanv at Huntington
by the Oregon Short Line. A consid
erable number of these went into
Almost without execution those liml
west-bound settlors tickets no
returns. They meant to stay in this
The Northern Pacific and Oront
Northern brought into Eastern Wash
ington extra coaches filled with set
tlers on each train Tuesdnv nnd todnv
Today Assistant General Pessenger
Agent Charlton, of the Northern Pa-
cine, received from General Passen
ger Agent Fee, at St. Paul, the follow
"Our train left St. Paul last night in
two sections of 17 cars with over 500
people. A train left St. Paul this
morning In two sections of 15 cars
with 450 people for Montana and all
It is expected that from 3000 to
5000 settlers will go to points on the
Southern Pacific in Oregon' during
the next two months.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
...Reliable Goods Only...
Remarkably Good Stock of Women's Gloves
Recent Bargain Sales havo cleaned out Glova Stock or nil un
wanted kinds. Wo hnvo received additional regular lines of
fine Glove, making onr prenont stock one of the largest and
best to bo found nny where and pi ices tho lowest, quality con
falderal. Thousands of yards of New Wash Ribbons from 15 cents per yard up
Yourself and family arc cordially
invited to attend an
at our store'
March the Sixth
at 7:30 o'clock
The Peoples Warehouse
J u UUub
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
The democratic convention for
Douglas county has been called to
meet in Roseburg April 8. The pri
maries will be heid March 29.
At the meeting of the
tral committee of the populists of
Wallowa county, it was decided to
disband and join the democrats . As
the democrats were holding their
meeting at the same tlmp tho ,rito
1 v .uTim-
tlon to join them was immpriintoiv n.
cepted. The committee set the date
for the democratic primaries and con
vention for Wallowa county as
March 29 and April 2, respectively.
The convention will be held at Enterprise.
The democrats of Albina, east side
of Portland, have .held an enthusias
tic meeting and organized. They are
going to get down to hard work.
U. D. Voss, of Burnt River, Baker
county, is prominently mentioned as
the candidate for Joint senator for
Baker, Harney and Malheur coun
ties, on the republican ticket. Voss
has been mining in Rye valley, Mor
mon basin, and the lower Burnt river
ever since the dawn of that
and is a popular man.
Chairman H. B. AHnmn rr tha r-
ocratlc city and countv
tnitteo Jn Portland, annnnnoon that
the democratic county convention
wm do neia Thursday, April 3. The
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uaio aeieciea, witn tne view or thn
meeting of the state convention, lg
Rooms In the East Oregonlan build
ing for rent. Steam heated, Lot an3
"old water and bath room In connec
tion. Mrs. O. IL Adams, a pioneer of 1852,
dropped dead at her home in McMinn
ville, aged 74 years, Tuesday night.
Swift's premium hams and bacon,
new shipment, at Hawley Bros.
1 900 Washers
1 New Agricultural Machine House.
Alta and Cottonwood Streets.
A. KUNKEL & CO., PROPRIETORS. "
John Deere Plows and Harrows
Manufactured by tho oldest and largest plow factory in tho world. In
manufacturing oliilled plows thov uso nothing but tho best brauds of
iron, mixed in such proportions and so chilled ns to produce parts of
uniform iiurdiiOHs, freo from soft spots, and insured to scour.
Buckeye Steel prarrje Drills
Are built especially for the Northwest having one and one- halfluah axle
aud heavy wood main driving wheels. Buckeye hns a positive force feed
Piano Light Running Harvesting Machinery.
Has many new improvements. On this mower tho Hopkins Spring Cap
is used which holds the knife in close contact with tho ledger pluto, in
suring a clean cut, no matter how lino your grass may bo. Anil tho 1002
Header is positively 50 PER CENT BETTER than any other on tho
W. J. Clarke & Co Wilson Moline Buggies and rjacKs.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK , L ,
we guuruniee 10 ne equal 10 anyiniug m tnat line.
ot&iriM' ejctornl,latln5 "lulrrols are
Iorrsp?ayh,gf SOap' QUMS,ft' ph,p3 Whftl 011 8oP' Parli Qreon. -
Steps from Main Street Toward the Court House
Concert at People's Warehouse.
Tho peonle of Pendleton are tn ho
afforded the novelty' of a concert in
a business establishment tomorrow
evening, the 7th inst., to which the
puunc is invited. The concert Is to
come off at the Peoples Warehouse,
Leon Cohen's popular establishment,
anu winie the audience havo their
ears and souls filled with the strains
of music, they will bo given the op
portunity of looking over a Irtrge and
complete stock of goods on display.
A very largo crowd promises to be in
attendance, but there will be room
and a welcome for everybody.
The citv bonds In Bakor mtv 4K .
200 of them, sold at $47,000, or $1800
premium, to Lack & Schraitz, local
"i wouia as soon tnink of doing
business without clerks as without ad
vertising." John WtiDH ranker.
This if the statement of one of the
greatest merchants on the face of the
Another statement ia: "Newspaper
nuYeriisiUK is me MOST KKSULTCUL COIIl
parfd to price than any other advertis
ing in the world "
Space In tho East Oregonlan is sold
at low rates.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Four Inch Ad in the DaUy
East Oregonian. One Week.
6 Times $1.40
Four Inch Ad in the Weekly
I Time, and Semi-Weekly
I Time 60
Or a Four Inch Ad in Both
Daily and Weekly and
Semi-Weekly, 6 Times in
Daily, 1 Time in Weekly
and 1 Time in Semi-Week
ly, Only . ,y 1.90
WHO CAN GIVE YOU
A LOWER PRICE
l'or a longer time, or for more space
wic laws ate in uic buiuc proportion.
Ads under contract, at same rates, hut
haviug choice of position in paper, with
change of copy without extra charge, as
until It. U YCCJb.
Doing business without advertising is
line wiuKiug ui a preiiy gin in me uaric.
You may know what you are doiug, but
The East Oregonian's Telephone
is Main J
OK WRITE TO THK
New MoliQe Wagons
Everybody who have examined them say thy uro worth from teu to
twf nty dollars more than any other wagon on tho market. Come in ami
look them over.
Minneapolis Threshing Machines.
We also have tho Minneapolis Threshing machinery. If you contem
plate purchasing n threshing outfit wo certainly would like to hnvo you
cull and see us, Inquiries by mail promptly answered. Catalogue free.
A. KUNKEL & CO.,
Phone Main 103.
Alta and Cottonwood St9.
Gasoline Engine for Sale
A ftxrt Vinrc nnunr rncnlinn tmfttnt uifrh ninac nn! fifttnnrc r 1 1 fnnba
and xunfpr rnnlfQ. ovprvthinrr ncrpsBaru tn f nn nnrl nnarato JTntrSna
and fittings are all new, being in use only a few weeks.
Encrine is verv economical and iruaranteed to be satisfactory. Price
250 including fittings. Address
East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon.
Vfrnt. i' a uu nronnniflnn tn annroaiin
inn IRH ann oflnr nninr . 1 inn inr pgpti
townahio desired. Good cav and steaiiv
employment. Hend for .booklet and
practical guide to agents at onc.
T. H. BENTON, deaeral Aeeat.
Qoodaough Bdf., Portlaad, Ore
Pride of Washington
Built In the west for work In
RiO lightest running and most
durable thresher matin. Tin.
equalled for fast, clean work, Made In sizes from 24-lnoh to 80-luoU oylludera
and from 40-lnoh to 00-lnoh shoe. Prloea and terms minted on nnnlinntimi.
Catalogue free. Large foundry and maohlne works, All work guaranteed.
THE GILBERT HUNT CO., Walla Walla, Wash,