East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 17, 1902, Image 5

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    Closing Oirt Sale Continues
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25 yards Prints . . . . $f 00
20 yards Amaskeag jGingham i 00
20 yards Bleach fifoslin . t 00
25 yards Oating Flannel . t 00
JOcand J 5c Lace, per yard 05
75c Corsets for 39
leaver Bros. D.G.Co
CLOSING OUT
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BREVITIES.
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to ?1.G0 shirts to close, 49c.
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?G.50. Cleaver Bros Dry
Co.
Bait should write the Standard
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Standard Grocery can sell you
ranch eggs cheaper than any
an ronuieion.
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Alta and Cottonwood streets
Sale All kinds of city and
property, part cash, balance
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you pay for it by the month
Cook, room 10, over Taylor's.
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Early Ohio seed potatoes at Hawley
Bros.
Pepsin gum, 1 cent a package.
(Nolf's stationary and notion store.
See the Leezer Bakery for dill
pickles, sweet pickles and sour pick
els. "W. W. health food, good Scotch
oats, shredded -wheat biscuit at-Hawley
Bros.
Dressed chickens, lettuce, radishes,
spinach, green onions and cabbage at
Hawley Bros.
The Standard Grocery has Just re
ceived another large shipment of the
Walla Walla Health Foods.
For Rent Furnished rooms for
housekeeping, on Garden street. Iiii
quire at SOI South Main street.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. R. Dick
son, East ' Oregonian building.
Lady wishes to take lessons on gui
tar from flrst-class Instructor. Ad
dress P. O. box 359, giving terms.
Ask to see 4111 black hose. "We
are selling them at 25c; worth 40c.
Cleaver Bros' Dry Goods company.
To make space for new goods, all
stoves and ranges now on hand, at
cost. This week only. W. J. Clarke
& Co.
Found Pair of gold-rimmed eye
glasses. Owner can secure Bame by
calling at this ofllce and paying fori
this notice.
For Sale Complete set of house
hold furniture for light housekeeping.
F. Leatherman. 701. corner Alta and
Ann streeti.
The most beautiful line of pattern
hats ever brought to Pendleton are
now on display at Mrs. Campbell's
millinery parlors.
The homllest man in Pendleton as
well as the handsomest, and others
are invited to call on any druggist
and got free a trial bottlo of Kemp's
uaisam tor the throat and lungs, a
remedy that Is guarnteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute cougb.8,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
race zoc and doc. For sale by Tall-
man & Co., sole agents.
The Whitman Glee Club anneared
at the Frazer Saturday night to a
small audience and all present enjoy
ed the entertainment, although it was
not quite up to what was expected.
Those composing the club were: O.
A. Hauerbach, H. A. Lorlng, Edgar
Fisher. M. D. Walters. J. B. Stack. E.
Chittongon, W. W. Johnston, Geo.
Marquis, M. A. Kees, A. A. Hauer
bach, C. A. Palmer, F. Olds, R. H.
Zercher, N. F. Cole and C. R. Wade.
This glee club has plenty of room for
improvement.
Newly furnished rooms for rent,
with bath, corner Webb and College
streets.
Miss Mabel Gunning arrived Sat
urday afternoon from Los Angeles
to take charge of a school near
Adams.
For Sale Eight head of work and
driving horses, and one milch cow.
Inquire of S. L. Wakefield & Co.,
music dealers.
Georgo Kidder, living two miles
down the river, is the proud father
of twin baby boys, which were born
to Mrs. Kidder on the 9th Inst. This
makes nine children for them.
N. Berkley, the real estate man, has
sold the Welcome Walker place, con
t isting of 800 acres, eight miles north
west of Pendleton, to parties from
Iowa. Consideration, $8,500.
Damon Lodge No. 4, Knights of
Pythias, will meet this ovenljig in
regular session when work in the
third degree is to be done. All mem
bers are requested to be present.
DEATH OF E. GILLIAM.
One of Umatilla's Pioneers Passes to
His Final Rest
Died, at his residence , corner of
Webb and Stonewall Jackson street,
in this city, Saturday evening at 10:30
o'clock, E. Gilliam, aged 61 years, 3
months and 12 days, after suffering
for the past four years with Bright's
disease.
Mir.. Gilliam was born in Henry
county, Missouri, in 1840, and crossed
the plains with his parents in 1S47,
when he was only 7 years of age. His
parents settled in Polk county in the
same year and he and his relatives
have been prominent in different
counties in the state ever since. In
1861 Mr. Gilliam was married to Miss
Nancy Jane Robbins, in Polk county,
and in 1864 they moved to a place
near where now Is Echo, where they
remained just a year, and went from
there to the vicinity of Pilot Rock.
Several years ago they left the ranch
and came to Pendleton, where they
have resided since.
Mr. Gilliam has devoted most of his
time to farming and stock raising, dl
though he has been a prominent poli
tician In the county, having served as
stock inspector for 10 years and was
county assessor four years prior to
the election of George Buzan, nearly
four years ago.' He has been a faith
ful church worker since a young man,
when he joined the M. E. church, and
is also prominent in lodge circles, be
ing a member of the Royal Arcanum
Lodge, No. 1C23, and the United Arti
sans.
To Mr. and Mrs. Gilliam were born
11 children, all of whom are living ex
cept two, and all are in this stale
except one, Mrs. H. A. Agnew, whose
home is in Evanston, 111. The rest
of the children are: Albert Gilliam,
a prominent farmer of Pilot Rock,
Elmer Gilliam, of this city; Mrs. El
mer McBroom, Pilot Rock; Mrs.
George Rugg, of this city; Mrs. C. W.
Oliver, of Portland; Miss Grace, who
is teaching in the public schools, and
Misses Dorothy and Francis. These
nine children and the widow are left
to mourn the taking away of u de
voted parent and husband.
The funeral occurred from the
Thompson Street M. E. church this
afternoon at 3 o'clock, and a large
concourse of sorrowing friends fol
lowed the remains to the Olney com-etery.
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BURNED
IMMIGRANTS HAD A NARROW'
ESCAPE FROM FLAMES.
Baggage Burned and Train Delayed
Several Hours Fire Started From
the Heater In the Car.
A peculiar accident befell the Ore
gon Short Line train, No. 5, on tho O.
R. & N., 25 miles west of Pocatollo.
yesterday afternoon, and as n result,
tho train, due here at 11:10 o'clock
last night, did not roach hero until
7:30 o'clock this morning.
While tho train was running nt .1
good rate of speed, tho coach, loaded
with immigrants, next to the baggage
car, was discovered to bo on fire. The
train was stopped, but the tire had
too much headway for it to bo extin
guished, so tho people were gotten
out as quickly as possible and tbo
burning car "cut out." Tho passen
gers were close pressed by the flames
and a nuiftber of passengers lost their
hand baggage. After the fire had de
stroyed all the woodwork of tho coach
tho debris and trucks were removed
from the track and tho train proceed
ed west. The fire is said to have start
ed from the heater.
Pierce Wins Case.
A decision has been granted by tho
land department at Washington glv-
ig Ckarles M. Pierce a patent to a
mining claim known as part of tho
Maxwell group on Rock creek, in Ba
ker county. This suit has been In the
court for four years, it being an old
abandoned claim of tho Rock Creek
Gold Mining Company and Mr. Pierce
filed on it, and then his right was con
tested by tho company. It turned
out to be a valuable property, and
Jas. A. Howard and Walter Pierce, of
this city are Interested therein.
LStlllman & Pierce are attorneys.
SASSAFRAS BARK
We have just received a direct shipment of Sassafras Bark
tne JNew lint? land states, wmcn is verv tine in tinvnr nnH
in Medical Properties.
QUARTER POUND 10c
We also have the southern Sassafras, but you will find the
England Jiark far ahead of the ordinary.
lOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
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This signature is on erery box bf tbo genuine
Laxative Bromnfluininc Tablets
the reniody .that wrw tt cold lu ,eao
AN ELEGANT STORE.
R. Martin's Family Grocery and Bak
ery a Model Establishment.
Pendleton, for a city of less than
6000 people, has fine stores, the best
of any town of Its size in the North
west. Another has just been added to
the list of fine establishments, the
latest being R .Martin's Family Gro
cery and Bakery store, in the La Fon
taine block, on the east side of Main
street, between Webb and Alta
streets. The store is completely stock
ed' with fine staple and fancy grocer
ies, all new goods, bought in carload
lots for cash. Tho store is elegantly
arranged, has splendid light, Is -spick
and span and Is in every way a model
grocery, and Is a credit to Pendleton,
The success of the business conduct
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Martin occasions
no surprise, as they are always ac
commodating, pleasant and anxious
to please. Now that they are in their
new quarters, dressed up for business,
as it were, trade will be still better.
They extend a cordial invitation to
their large family of old custbmers,
and invite new ones to visit them
either for business or otherwise. The
store is well worth a visit as it- has
many attractions, one of which is
Mirs. Martin's smile of cordial greeting.
Lockjaw From Cobwebs.
Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a
woman lockjaw. Millions know that
the best thing to put on a cut is Buck
Ien's Arnica Salve, the infallible heal
er of wounds, ulcers, sores, skin erup
tions, burns, scalds and plies. It cures
or no pay. Only 25c at Tallman &
Co.'s.
Rooms In the East Oregonian build
ing for rent. Steam heated, Lot and
cold water and bath room In connection.
Boston Store Shoes
Would Smash the Club.
If members of the "Hay Fevor Asso
ciation" would use Dr. King's New dis
covery for Consumption, the club
would go to pieces, for it always cures
this malady and asthma, the kind
that baffles the doctors it wholly
drives from the system. 1 Thousands of
once hopeless sufferers from consump
tion, pneumonia, bronchitis owe their
lives and health to it. It conquers
grip, saves little ones from croup and
Whooping cough and 1b positively guar
anteed for all throat and lung
troubles. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottles free
at Tallman & Cos.
Smoke Pride of Umatilla Cigars.
FOR MEN
DOUGLAS
$3.50
FOR WOnEN
GLORIA
$3.50
FOR CHILDREN AND niSSES
SCHOOL JJ7 HOUSE
$ t ,25,575
FOR HEN
OWN MAKE
$2.50
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
A COMPLETE LINE
jffifoi of Ladies' Tailor Made
if E 11 c..i. 1 pi.ii. 1. s
arrived, making this de
partment the best in town
Call and see our line and
then look around, and
you'll be back. Why? Be
cause you'll find our as
sortment the largest, our
styles the latest and our
prices the lowest.
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Boston Store
SEED!
SEED!
Beardless Barley
Rye and Sonora Wheat
Select Lots for Seeding at
Pendleton
Koiie mms
W. S. BVERS, Prop.
...WANTED...
Energetic people to sell our up-to-date
publications in each town
ship. We furnish books to reli
able agents on a credit system.
Write for terms and descriptive
circulars.
CONTINENTAL BOOK CO.
doodaough Bdg., Portlaad, Ore
Silk Skirts from
$6.98 to $50
Tailor Made Suits
$10 to $35.00
Tailor Made Skirts
$3.25 to $25
A FEW SPECIALS
200 Black Peau
deSoie $ I.59
150 Tailor Suit
ings $ I.19
iSOoTailor Made
Suits $10.oo
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Agent
Butter
Ick
Patterns
Mail
Orders
Filled
Send
for
Samples.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make good broad ueo Iiyorn' B'st Flour. It took first
premium at tho Chicago World'o Fair overall competi
tion, and givua excellent satisfaction wherover used.
Every sack ia guaranteed. Wo lmvo the beat Steam
Itollod Bailoy, Seed ltyo and Beardleea Barloy.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. UYERS, Proprietor.
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Gasoline Engine for Sale
A five horse power gasoline engine with pipes and fittings, oil tank3
and water tanks, everything necessary to set up and operate. Engine
and fittings are all new, being in use only a few weeks.
Engine is very economical and guaranteed to be satisfactory. Price
$250 including fittings. Address
East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon