East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 07, 1902, Image 3

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HCE ATTRACTS. QUALITY DECIDES.
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eady to Wear Dept.
So many beautiful. garments have been received
that any attempt to describe individual ones
would be an injustice to dozens of others, for
from the lowest priced to the highest, each has
its peculiar charm -of1 shape, style or workmanship.
lur $12.50 Tailor Made Suit
Is an exceedingly pretty garment, one that should
be seen by every suit seeker in this vicinity, which
we claim to be equal to any $16.50 suit shown at
other stores, "
iexander Dept. Store
VVl I 4 VVm'
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Sale
lots with dwelling and barn,
$3,000
L has seven rooms, bath,
land wood house, city water,
Inished on stone foundation.
ur lots and new cottage,
$1,250
fcts and house, $1,000, part
Reasonable time on balance,
sell on installments. See
IK B. CLOPTON,
817 Main Street.
:ss Makes Business
ERTON & COPELAND
the Missouri Black-
Sith shop have just re
ived a new supply" of
Icksmith and wagon
fcerial. and are putting
another forge. We are
K prepared to do all
s of Carriage ana
work on short
All work guar-
hoeing a Specialty
any s
i.e Time
Sellers
Renters
Buyers
Servants
Houses
BEEN FOUND THROUGH
PET IN THE CLASSIFIED
18 OF THE EAST OREGON-
IEN ALL' OTHER MEANS
FAILED. THESE CLASS I-
ADVERTISEMENTS BRINS
AND DO NOT COST BUT
IE.
TRY ONE.
ANSFER,
ORAGE,
I LIMBER
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
SUCCESSORS TO
A. C. SHAW & CO,
Being one of the largest man
ufacturing plants on Puget
- sound are able to sell you
lumber cheaper than anyone
else. New lumber coming in
every da'. They also make
all kinds of boxes, including
Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry,
and Plumb and berry crates,
and are prepared to make you
prices either in small lots or
BY THE CAR LOAD
You get
What you buy
from us.
Bid Stock of
NER BROS.
PHOHK MAIM 4.
WOOD, COAL,
SAND &BRICK.
n..Wc do...
Trucking & Transferring.
Laatz Bros.
1 lv. Ray & Co.,
Buy and' Ml
Stocke, Bonds
and- Grain
tor Man or on marglm.
New York Stock Exchange.
Chicago Stock Exchange.
Chicago Board of Trade.
- mtrt, PdltB, Or,
French Restaurant
COSY roohs
VM1 Lighted and Steam Heated.
Best 25 cent Meals
in the City.
EXTRAS
Frug ' Lege, Eastern and Olympla
Oysters.
THE LOG
ROLL NG
GEORGE K. ROGERS
VISITS POINTS EAST-
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
GUS LA JTQNTAINE, Prop.
A Great Crowd Are Reported as Com
ing to Pendleton on Camp Days,
April 21-22.
George K. Rogers, of the Woodmen
of the World, returned from a trip
up around Baker City yesterday. He
had gone to several points In that
part of the woods In the Interest of
the Pendleton log-rolling and to pro
sent to them personally the. cordial
Invitation of the Wtoodmen and citi
zens generally of Pendleton to come
and camp wjth us on April -21-22. Mr.
Rogers states that he was prepared to
find considerable curiosity at what is
on the tapis at this place, and to hoar
a few say they were coming, but the
universally expressed determination
of the Woodmen in those town to be
here was more than he was propared
for.
"The camps," he said, "of Baker
City, Sumptor and La Grande have
each voted to come in a body. That
is also true of the circles of the Wo
men of Woodcraft in those cities.
Those towns had rousing meetings at
the time of my visit, and I gave them
to understand that nothing that the
Pendleton neighbors could do would
be too good for the visitors to the
great log-rolling. Sumpter and Baker
City camps are particularly active and
each will have large classes of candi
dates. Sumpter is quite anxious to
see the drill work of the uniform
ranks which will be here from the
coast cities, for they are planning to
organize a uniform rank there. I also
found the press in those cities very
liberal to the idea, and was accorded
practically unlimited space in Inter
views to tell the people generally of
the immense fraternal demonstration, j
Right here I want to thank the local j
press, for the extended notices which
we have received here and which I
am sure paved the way for equally
splendid recognition from the papers
of sister towns. The newspapers of
this city deserve great credit for the
liberal manner in which they are ad
vertising this event. It shows a
spirit alive to the best interests of the
city."
Mr. Rogers found an immense
amount of mail awaiting him on his
return, and when seen by the repre
sentative of the East Oregonian was
knee-deep in the' pile of letters which
he was answering, and which were al
most without exception, Inquiries of
some kind with reference to the forth
coming celebration. The camp at
Milton assures the committee that t
will bring a float. Weston has also
promised one. A letter from Portland
stated that Captain Jones, of Multno
mah Camp's celebrated uniform rank
team, was steadily drilling in many
new figures which he intended to pre
sent at the Pendleton log-rolling.
Mr. Rogers will go to Adams this
evening to arrange with that camp to
bring a float and to be otherwise
prominently represented in the festiv"
ities.
THE WESTON NEIGHBORHOOD.
Taking Up a Collection at Weston to
Continue the Public Schools.
The East Oregonian is indebted to
the Weston Leader for the following
items:
The Weston brickyard is shipping
100,000 brick to Gilbert Hunt, at
Walla Wialla for an addition to the
Hunt Machine shops.
Mrs. J. E. Lowell, residing near
Kent, Sherman county, a sister-in-law
of W. W. Carllle, is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Carlile at their home in this
city.
William Isley, a young man who
lived at Weston during his boyhood,
has enlisted with the Canadian vol
unteers for service in South Africa
The family of Joseph Blomgren,
who recently purchased the Ryan and
Taylor places east of town, have ar
rived from Wyoming, and are hopeful
that our country and climate will suit
them.
Henry Van Buren has the Thunder
Mountain fever and is making, pre
parations to depart soon for that rich
but rugged mining Held, accompanied
by George Ashworth. The Kentucky
will be left In competent hands.
Jj. S. Wood and J. A. Lleuallen, the
BEAUTIFUL SKIN
Soft White Hands
Luxuriant Hair
Produced by
(meat
YfflAK
present justices of tho poacotand
constable for Weston, district, 'will
likely be candidates for renomlnatlon
before the primaries of their respec
tive parties. Mr. Wood is of republi
can and Mr. Lleuallen of democratic
faith.
In its report of a recent council
meeting tho Milton Eagle says: "H.
Hessol made a proposition to the
council to put In a saloon near Free
watfer within tho Milton corporate
limits, if license could bo granted for
that purpose. The matter was "treated
as a joke and no action taken.
Angus McDonald, the genial Couse
creeker. Is hunting a man to assist
him in farm work. Ho lately had a
married couple oli the place, "but re
grets to report" that the wife deserted
her husband and "tho husband jumped
his job. No wonder that Angus ob
stinately remains a bachelor, although
much in demand, when ho Is confront
ed at such close range with conjugal
infelicity.
A. J. Shaw. W. H. Gould, Charles
Jeffrey and William Zlgman drove
from Weston mountain to Pendleton
Monday to pay their taxes, and thus
save 3 per cent, under the new law.
They found tho sheriffs office on "the
Jump," receiving money fron taxpay
ers. Sheriff Blakley informed them
that one day's receipts amounted to
$5000, so great has been the rush.
Business is booming also, with the
county clerk and recorder.
Sufficient funds were not voted at
the school meeting in January, when
an S-mlll levy was passed ,to main
tain the Weston public school for the
full school year of nine months. Six
weeks more are desired in order
that the course may be completed and
the students enabled to pass In their
grades, which they will not have time
to do if the school is allowed to close
in seven and a half months. L. C.
Preston is circulating a subscription
paper to continue the school, and has
met with very encouraging success.
Tho six weeks will require a little
over $300.
J. N. York has quit trying for the
present to find water at his place,
four miles north of town, and will
depend upon his cisterns. His well
was sunk with great difflulty eight
feet deeper, through rock that John
Joerdel says is the hardest he ever
encountered during his years of ex
perience as a well-digger, and is now
at a depth of 131 feet. Some water
seeps through the walls and there is
believed to be a vein in the near vicin
ity. When he tries again, Mr. York
will use a drill. Joerdel has begun
work on a well for George Badgett.
,The manager -of ttie E. O. S. N. S.
track team is in receipt of a letter
from Will S. Kennedy, manager of the
track team of the Baker City high
school, urging representation by at
least 10 men at the Eastern Oregon
Inter-Scholastic Field Meet, which will
be held this year at Baker City, prob
ably during the last week of May.
The Baker City, La Grande, Union
and Pendleton high schools will be
represented. The normal boys, who
came within a few points of victory
last year at the Pendleton meet, will
likely appear again this season, but
have not yef organized and begun
training.
THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM.
1
DANIEL SULLY'S VISIT.
The most effective f kin purifying and beauti
fying soap in the world, as well as purest and
sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery. Tho
only preventive of pimples, blackheads, red,
rough, and oily skin, red, rough hands with
itching palms and shapeless nails, dry, thin,
and falling hair, and slmplo baby blemishes,
because the only preventive of the cause, viz.,
inflammation and clogging of tho Vouks.
Sold trut where. Pom D. C. Coir,. Finn,., nni.
,tou. How ioUa?JUtutifelkin,UMd,MdUar,fiM.
Here on March 12, at the Frazer, in
"The Parish Priest."
"The Parish Priest" is without
doubt one of the strongest and pretti
est plays ever penned by a playwright.
You weep and laugh In turn at the
pathos and original humor which are
ably blended and drawn out by a mas
ter hand and which lead up to situa
tions that are beautifully enacted.
WJiat appeals to one Is the natural
ness of the play. It is everyday life
depicted by an artist and observer of
scenes, that happen ln the life of
every community. It is original, and,
what is more, it does not depend on
scenic effects to bring out any strong
Imhmi oilman utu!
points, the author having attended to
that in the lines. There is no heavy
villain; there are no exciting climaxes
that will cause the blood to curdle,
Everything is simple and true to life.
It is a picture ot simple life cleverly
woven together and cleverly produced
by a competent company, and each
character is so strong that it stands
out strongly. Daniel L. Hart has at
tempted no burlesque on the Irish
race. There is nothing to show it in
other than tho proper light. No girls
come out in short skirts, but, instead,
it is refined in every particular, the
language being sweet, choice and pure
and the characters such as are to be
met in every walk of life. This pret
ty play will be Been at the Frazer
Opera House, Wednesday, March 12,
1902.
Jonea (after having walked round the statue four times with consid
erable difficulty): "The villains! They've shut me In hsrel"
THEY ARE SEEKING HOMES.
Two Special Passenger Trains Filled
With People Pass Through Pendle
ton. During the past few days tho first
contingents of Easterners who are
seoklng homes in tho Northwest, have
come Into and passed through Pendle
ton. While some of these have stop
ped here with friends and Intend to
look over the country with tho viow
to locating, most of them have gone
on to other points, and a great many
have gone across tho line into Wash
ington. All this week the trains have been
loaded to the guards with men, wo
men and children, but the largest
number of those who havo taken ad
vantage of tho homoseekers rates
which went Into effect last Saturday,
arr!vedhero last night and today. Tho
11:20 train last night had several
extra coaches loaded with Immigrants
and, in addition to tho regular train
this morning, which had perhaps 50
or 75 people riding on tho special
rates, two extra trains came in this
forenoon, one at 9:45 and tho other
at 11. Each of these trains had from
six to 10 coaches that wore filled with
people looking for homes In tho great
northwest and had como with tho In
tention of making this country their
permanent homes.
A great many of those coming are
young people, who como with tho in
tention of bettering their condition ns
laborers on farms or stock ranches,
but they arc not all single men, ns
there are a largo numbro of men ac
companled by large families and who
are looking toward tho west to secure
a home under better conditions.
Those arriving now are only tho nd-
vanco guard of what is expected. Tho
special rates are to continue over tho
trans-continental lines through March
and April and from 5000 to 10,000 peo
pie are expected to take advantage
of this opportunity of Beolng the
Western states for themselves. These
people aro coming from ovory state
east of the Rockies, but tho largest
contingent is coming from the Middle
states, such as Missouri, Kansas, lilt
nols, Ohio, etc., hut a few aro from all
over the East and South,
musical concert and hired Kirknum't;
orchestra, who were stationed on tho
platform nt. tho hack ot tho storo and,
beginning at 7:30 and continuing till
8:30, ontertnined. tho largo crowd that
pressed Into the establishment to
hear and view tho goods on' display
No attempt was mndo to sell anything
during tho concert, hut seasonable
goods were beautifully and artistical
ly displayed so that the visitors could
see them and get an idea of what is
kept on snle.
J. W. Barber, a rancher of tho Pow
der river valley, wns convicted at
Baker City for having forged a chock
lor $72. Tho jury recommended leniency.
Practically Starving..
"After using a few bottles of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure my wife recolved per
feet and permanent relief from a bc
vere and chronic case of stomach
trouble," says J ,R. Holly, real estate,
Insurance and loan agent, of Macomb,
111. "Before using Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure she could not eat an ordinary
meal without intense suffering. Sho
is now entirely cured. Several phy
sicians and many remedies had fail
ed to give relief." You don't have to
diet. Eat any good food you want,
but don't overload the stomach. Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure will always di
gest it for you. Tallman & Co, &
Brock & McComas.
Peoples Warehouse Concert.
The people of Pendleton wore treat
ed to a now departure Thursday njght
In the way of entertainment. Leon
Cohen, proprietor of the Peonies
Tir t . .
wareiiouBe, conciuaea 10 give JUS
friends and patrons tho benefit of a
A Wonderful Medicine.
Beecham's
Pills
FOR AiL
Bilious and
Nervous Disorders,
Sick Headache, Constipation,
Wind and Pains in Stomach,
Impaired Digestion,
Disordered liver and
female Ailments.
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and 365 Canal St., New York.
Sold by all DruggUtt In United States,
In boxes, 10c, and 25c.
BEST FOR THE
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