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losing Out Sale Continues
ARGAINS: N0 "?gBBs
25 yarfs Prints . . . $t 00
20 yards Amaslnag Gingham
20 yardx Bleach Mtolin
25 yards Otfttng Flannel . .
iOc and 15c Lace, pet. yard
75c Corsets for 1
4 4 4
leaver Bros. D.G.Co
CANDIDATES FOR JUSTICE,
CONSTABLE AND SUPERVISORS
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lit should write the Standard
Standard Grocery can Bell 70a
ranch eggs cheaper than Any
rou noticed Mrs. Campbell's
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ipn a f n in nn FPnprn
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at Hotel St. George.
to loan at lowest rates on
acr 1 ratrnnian mil
something fancy and first in
ask for Heinz's goods, the
mplete line found In the city
& Lubken. Pendleton's new
pictures, landscapes and Butter
1111 llll 1 1 II III! II i
1 1 he Latest
ish Buckles !
in the town.
$.25 to $3.00
weler and Optician
aoor to R. Alexander's I
Frazier's Hen is. cackling. See first
L00 to ?L50 shirts to close, 49c
Clearer BroB Dry Goods Co.
There Is always something doing at ?
Fraziera. See our ad on first page,
Heinz's bottled goods are the purest
and best on earth. Call at Hawlay
For Sale A few good fresh milch
cows. Inquire of Platzoeder & Min
Ladies' Mcintosh $2.35, regular
price, $6.50. Cleaver Btob Dry
Go to "The Missouri" blacksmith
Bhop for all kinds of repairing, horse
Bhoeing a specialty.
If you want fine meats, go to
Shcwarz & Greulich. They handle the
best there is to be had.
The Standard Grocery has just re
ceived another large shipment of the
Walla Walla Health Foods.
Ask to see 4111 black hose. We
are selling- them at 25c;. worth. 40c
Cleaver Bros' Dry Goods company.
For Sale All kinds of city and
country property, part cash, balance
m yearly payments. Will buy you
home, you pay for it by the month.
Houses rented, collections made. Ri
horn & Cook, room 10, over Taylor's.
The committee on arrangements
for the Vereln Eintracht dance, which
takes place tonight at Armory hall
wishes that all those intending to at
tend would secure their tickets before
the dance if possible. Tickets are on
sale at Joe Ell's, V. Stroble's and Joe
Sheriff William Blakley left Sunday
morning for Salem with William
Woods, who pleaded guilty before
Judge Ellis Friday to the theft of 20
sacks of wheat from' the warehouses
of Will More on the reservation
Woods was sentenced to 18 months in
The "left-handed" social given in
Hendricks' hall Saturday night by.
wildwood Camp No. 2333. Royal
Neighbors of America, was a grand
success. A large crowd was present
and the program was carried ,out to
the great delight of all present. Every
one was required to have their right
hand tied behind them and were
allowed to use but the left hand until
after suppper. After supper an hour
or two was spent In dancing.
Twelve building lots In block 14, on
the north side of the river in Raley's
addition. Fine location and well grad
ed. Inquire of N. W. Potwine, Pendle
fSlmntr&5orted Pc,?ume- Tt'8 the sweetest and most
"agrant Perfume we have ever been able to offer.
peats an ounce .
a special price-fbr this lot Comeearlv. onrsuDolvis limits
X)EPPEN'S DRUG STORE
teps from Hafn Street Toward the Court Hock
Tbta rteaaMira la m every box of the geaaltxe
Laxative Bromo-Qukine Tbiu'
tbe rea4x Ul mum a'cxtM la mm tajr.
They Were Nominated on Saturday
Evening The Committeemen.
The names of the weclnct candi
dates nominated by the democratic
county convention Saturday evening,
are as follows:
Adams T. C. Reld, justice of the
peace; F. W. Wilks, constable, and
C. C. Darr, road supervisor.
Alba J. W. Galloway, road super
Athena, North Orange Chamber
lain, justice of the peace; J. S. Smith,
constable; W. H. Booher, road super
Athena, South Clark Walters, road
Echo John Dora, justice; J..G..MC-
Encampment G. D. Hllgard, Jus
tice; J. B. Baker, constable; G. D. Hil-
gard, road supervisor.
Milton, North A. S. Pearson, jus
tice; George W. Horton, road super
visor. Milton, South W. W. Dorothy, road
Mountain M. E. Roach, road super
Pendleton A. W .Nye, justice; John
Wilson, constable; Henry Smith, road
Uklah Josh Clark, justice; H. H.
McReynolds, constable; Alonzo
Downs, road supervisor.
Vansycle E. O. Casey, road super
Weston J. A. Lieuallen, constable;
W. S. Price, road supervisor.
Following are the committeemen ap
pointed for tke various precincts for
the ensuing two years:
Adams J. T. Lieuallen.
Alba James Lindsey.
Athena, North G. C. Osborn.
Athena, South D. Taylor.
Cottonwood Samuel Drumheller.
Echo W. H. Boyd.
Encampment S. S. Osborn.
Fulton H. J. Taylor.
Gilliam C. H. Hudson.
Hogue iW. H. Ca'rgill.
McKay C. A. Chapman.
Milton, North J. -W. Burgess.
Milton, South V. H. Chastaln.
Mountain W. H. Gould.
Pendleton S. S. Darnell.
Pendleton, North A. D. Stillman.
Pendleton, East A. C. Haley.
Pendleton, South T. F. Howard.,
Pilot Rock S. P. Barton. v
Prospect H. C. Branstetter.
Reservation Robert Kirkpatrlck.
Ukiah W. T. Sellers.
Umatilla J. R. Means.
Union W. R. Campbell.
Vansycle Robert Dunnington.
We, your comittee on platform, beg
to submit for your consideration the
following county plmorm:
We reaffirm the time honored prin
clples of the democratic party.
We favor the adoption of a const!
tuional amendment providing for and
establishing the initiative and refer
endum system of law making.
We demand from the national gov
ernment such legislation as will ef
fectually protect our laboring classes
from) competition with Chinoso and
Japanese laborers; and that will pre
vent labor immigration from Asia.
We demand that the tariff shall be
levied only for the purpose of raising
revenue and be so adjusted that
cannot be the support and succor of
mfonopoly and a sustaining arm for
We denounce the ship subsidy 'as
another method of despoiling the peo
pie to enrich the few; and as having
in view of the erection of another most
gigantic trust to prey on their sub
stance and to control the legislation
of the country.
We denounce the policy of the re
publican party in fostering trusts and
Ignoring the vital interests of the
masses; the result of which must in
evitably be to revolutionize our pys
tem of government Tand make of this
government a government of the
trusts, by the trusts, and for the
trusts, instead of a government of the
people, by the people and for the
people, and which tends to the cor
ruption and imperialism.
We point with pride to the efforts
of the present democratic officers to
reduce the expenses of administrating
our county affairs, and we favor the
most rigid economy In the admlnis
tration of municipal, county, state
and national affairs.
We pledge our senators and repre
sentatives in the legislature to do all
in their power to sucure the placing
of all .state officers upon salaries, and
the payment Into tbe state treasury
of all fees received from any source
We favor the election of United
States senators by direct vote of the
We favor the enactment of a law
by which the assessment of real
property shall be made only once in
three years instead of every year as
Whereas, it is claimed by some of
the regular republicans of Umatilla
county, who have stood so long by
their party, and are now set aside,
that the republican party in this
county is dominated by a political
machine operated by a boss, Jn the
porson of a rcnegado democrat, and
whom they are not recognized, and
are not permitted to participate in
the councils of their party, and there
fore, the republican party, as such,
has no county ticket and is absolved
from the Bupport of the machine
ticket; it is apparent that it la the
duty of all true republicans to re
buke the methods they thus condemn,
and' we therefore invite them to bup
port the ticket today nominated by
this convention, as the only means
they have of acompllshlng this end
and purifying their party.
Wo feel that wo can confidently ap
peal to all classes of voters, that val
ue their rights and Interests as' citi
zens of a free country to come to tho
support of tho principles we advocate
and vote wUh us.
Resolved, That, whereas the tariff
upon sacks imported from foreign
countries Increases their cost to the
raisers of wheat and the growers of
wool to the extent of from two to
five cents per sack, by enabling com
binations to control all sack importa
tions, for their own benefit alone, and
which has proven a heavy burden to
the producers, especially of tho Paci
fic Coast States, and protects no in
dustry, we demand the absolute repeal
of all duties upon the same.
. . E. D. BOYD,
J. T. LIEUALLEN,
v C. A. CHAPMAN,
J. P. SAYLOR,
H. J. STILLMAN,
V. H. CHASTAIN.
C. W. Fulton was nominated by the
republicans of Clatsop county Friday
for state senator. He is also a can
didate for the United States senate
to succeed Joe Simon.
Portland democrats are casting
about for a candidate for mayor. The
timber from which they will choose
is Robert D. Inman, E. C. Robertson
and John Lamont, for starters, with
several dark horses, such as ex-Governor
Sylvester Pennoyer, Dr. Wells
and Dr. John Welch and there are
The Simon forces in Portland are
in a bad mood. They are back of a
movement for the formation of a non
partizan citizens' ticket of city and
county offiners, to be voted for at the
June election. As the situation now
stands there is no doubt that such a
ticket will be named.
The democratic convention for
Crook county, at, Prineville," Thurs
day, some strong resolutions were
adopted in opposition to the leading
of the public ranges. A resolution
for the grazing of cattle on the for
est resefve in the county was adopt
ed. i-P i Z?-'Z-T t4
The convention also went an record
as favoring drastic Chinese exclusion
The following county ticket was
named: Judge, W. A. Booth; sheriff,
C. B. Smith; clerk, A. J. Smith; as
sessor, J. D. Mellll; treasurer, M. H,
Bell; commissioner, C. B. Allen; sur
veyor, Knox Huston; coroner, Joseph
Delegates to the state convention
were elected as follows: E.
White, J. W. Robertson, J. W. Hen
derson, P. B. Doak.
Could Not Breathe.
Coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchi
tis, other throat and lung troubles are
quickly cured by One Minuto Cough
Cure. One Minute Cough Cure is not
a mere expectorant, which gives only
temporary relief. It softens and llqui
fies the mucus, draws out the Inflam
mation and removes the cause of the
disease. Absolutely safe. Acts at
once. "One Minute Cough Cure will
do all that is claimed for It," says
Justice of tbe Peace J. Q. Hood, Cros
by, Miss. "My wife could not get her
breath and was relieved by the first
dose. It has been a benefit to all my
family.'" Tallman & Co. and Brock &
We are just in receipt of
the largest shipment of the
That ever came to Pendle
ton. NEW . . ,
' SPRING WEICHT
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warthotfse.
SIX GREAT SPECIALS
25c Ladles' Hose 1 9c
a nice line of
LISLE THREAD HOSE
25c Hose for Children 7c
WAYNE KNIT and
BLACK CAT HOSE
5c Ladies Belts 15c
Ladies' Belts in Leather
and Satin from
15c to $1.50
'fli.25,Ladics Kid Gloves. 89c
; These - Gloves are, nicely
made, just the thing (or Eas
ter. Shitt Waists 50c
In all the latest styles,
nicely tucked, in all colors
Fancy Wash Ribbons, new
effects, pretty styles at
J 5c, 25c, 35c
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A BIG SUCCESS
That's what we are having in our new store
It is because we keep things neat and clean,
we give special attention to quick deliveries.
We receive daily all kinds of early-vegetables,
.such as radishes, green onions, lettuce,
Come and see our new store and give' us . j$l
We are Sate to Please Yot
lis mi ten l leu
Best Babbitt Metal
IN 10 POUND BARS.
For line shafting and all
.bearings of machinery
of the mill or factory it
cannot be surpassed : : ;
Made from Type Metal.
East Oregonian Office, Pendleton, or.
LifNlJlf r"N VM I expect people to know whit
nVVV UJ I J Li you haive to sell If you don't
The new etore can never be A f" r "TP" I Frt
known unless It Advertises MU VCn I IwCr