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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1902)
QUALITY DECIDES, t
Important Waist News :!
Our shirt waist department is always doing some
thing remarkable, and this week it exc'ells itself
in the wonderful values it offers in the smartest
and best waists of the season Reduced to the Bar
qqjn Level. Our
js a hummer. Not a waist but is distinct in style)
with that touch of originality that women of re
fined tastes are always so glad to secure
WELCOME WOODMEN !
SEE OUR CENTER WINDOW
W. E. PREWETT, RECENTLY FROM
TACOMA, DIES OF PLEURISY.
Hexander Dept. Store
hH'i i M'M-i in 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n hi
tKIPLD. record ii:22 1-2, will make the season at FROOME'S STABLE.
KDLETON, every (lay iu the week, except Wednesday and Thursday. At
BENA on Wednesday and Thursday cf each week.
TJiKflla: J or tne season, f is; to insure, $2!5.
IVAN. Clydesdale, will make the season at FROOME'S STABLE.
IDLETON, every day in the week, except Monday aud Tuesday; at
ElIAM TEMPLE'S place seven miles northwest of Pendleton, on'Mon
TERMS: For the season, 12; to insure, $15.
(further information address
FRANK FRAZIER, Pendleton, Oregon
Makers of Happy Homes
Low prices, coupled with Car
pets and Matting of known high
quality, prove attractions irresisti
The question of Carpets and
Matting, where best obtained, is set
tied with promptness in our stock,
where good style and real worth
make low prices so emphatic.
For the Week Ending With Saturday
Farmers and Others Sold to Ex
porters 70,000 Bushels of Wheat.
Weston, April 20. Mrs. Sophona
Campbell, nee Reed, left Friday for
her now home at Mitchell. Ore. Mrs.
Campbell has been a resident of Wes
ton for more than twenty years.
W. E. Prewett. a now onmof in
W55tnn died yesterday morning of
pleurisy. Mr. 1'rewett was a native
ot Tennessee, he has been in Oregon,
out- a snort time. He leaves a .",fe4-
ann tour children. Tho funeral ser
vices were conducted this afternoon
by Rev. C. R. Lemar, pastor of the
The Young People's Union, of tho
United Brcthorn church, gave an ice
cream social last evening, in the
Young building. A very pleasant time
was enjoyed by all who attended.
Saturday, Kerr, Gifford & Cox, of
Portland bought through their agent,
James Price, 2S00 bushels of wheat
of the Farmer's bank and O. C. Tur
ner, representing tho North-Western
Warehouse Co., bought of J. F.
Killgore, 7000 bushelsa J. R. Killgore,
3000 bushels and from several other
parties whoso names could not be
learned, about, 16,500 bushels, making
The sales, together with the Pa
cific Coast Elevator Co's., deal,- in
the early part of the week, bring the
total sales for the week up to 70,000
bushels. The price was 55 cents.
The rain of Friday night was just
what this part of the' country needed,
as the ground was getting very dry.
Another shower or two of that kind
will assure a large wheat crop in this
with a very smillne- fnon iTnnn i
- a w (fun a it
iimry, ine cause of it all was a pair
of twin girls, weight seven and nine
iiuunns, oorn April 14.
rs. riorce and daughter, Miss
omul una fluss Delia Bott drove to
Uncle Jlmmio Simonton. of Jun
;lper, has purchased the property own
ed by A. W. Grovor. on Rnnii win
Homer Kendall lost two flnu milch
cows very Mysteriously one day last
Sarah Montgomery left fnr
her ranch, near Connclll, to remain
through the summer.
Mrs. Cowmcr. from Machlas, Wash
ington, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mae Sones of this place.
BAKER & FOLSON
lakers of Happy Homes
eveland and Crescent
Kept a Large Number Away From
the Log Rolling at Pendleton.
Walla Walla, Wash., April 22.
(Special). A large number of Wood
men who had intended to attend the
log-rolling at Pendleton today have
failed to leave the city, not more than
a score of men and a number of wo
men attending the gathering from this
city. One reason advanced is rail
road rates which seem to have dis
criminated against this city. On Sun
day, a special train was run for the
ball games at Pendleton and Athena,
a flat rate of $1 beingr made, with the
privilege of remaining at Athena for
the game in the forenoon. Yester
day a Bpecial train was made up at
Pomeroy for the Woodmen and it was
hoped that the' same rate made for
tne Dase oan cranKs would be ar
ranged for that occasion. However
all efforts failed and the special
Monday carried a rate of $1.90 against
?1 for the base ball party of Sunday
Inasmuch as the Woodmen furnished
passengers all along the line from
Pomeroy down, it was held by many
that the increased rate is a descrim
ination and a number refused to go
An Unslnkable Ship.
Experiments are being made on a
new apparatus for use in case of colli-
slon on the ocean. By turning a small
wheel in the pilot house, twenty air
tight doors are instantly closed, and
these compartments are more than
enough to keep any vessel afloat. If
it is a success it will make ocean tra
vel as free from danger as Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters docs the road
through life. It is a splen
did tonic free from all in
jurious narcotics, and one that the
most delicate system can retain. In
tho spring when the weather is vari
able, it is very beneficial as .it pro
tects the system from sudden colds
and la grippe. Don't fail to try it.
It also ?ures indigestion and dyspep
sia, insomnia, headache, nervousness
SHOE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Represents Typical Home of the Early
Invaders of the Unbroken Forest.
The days of the hardy pioneer
woodmen are vividly portrayed in the
display In the window of the Pendle
ton Shoe store, for here is erected
a typical home of the early Invaders
of the unbroken forest. A log cabin
with the skins of wild animals stretch
ed on the oueside Is tho picture that
is presented to view and no wiudow
display -along the street can bo said
to be moro original or more appropri
ate to the occasion. Before the Pen
delton Shoe store window, largo
groups of Woodmen and Women of
Woodcraft have today stood and the
comments they have made have been
numerous and highly flattering
wnue aown tne street don't fail to
see this display.
A MAN RECENTLY FROM EAST
CUTS HIS THROAT WITH RAZOR.
Leaves a Wife and Four Children
Without Means of Support: He
Was Sick and Fortune Did Not
Wnitsburg, Wash.. April 22. F. M'.
Hooker, recently from the east and
out of funds, yesterday cut his thront
with a razor, dying In a few minutes,
leaving a wife and four children in
straightened circumstances. Hooker
took his life whllo tho family was In
bed, and, but for his death struggles
the man would have been dead before
any member of tho family know It.
Hooker camo from Essex, Iowa,
several months ago and rented a
farm4 near town. Sickness and bad
luck followed him and he becamo
discouraged. Recently he had been
ailing, and everything seemed to bo
against him. Tho day before tho ter
rible ,deed Hooker seemed as usual
and went to bed In his usual spirits
During tho night ho arose, wont to
tho kitchen, snt down in a chnlr, and
placing a razor to his throat ended
his existence. It Is not known If the
dead man carried any lifo Insurance.
In Need of Money.
All parties knowing themselves in
debted tu D. Kemlcr arc hereby noti
fied to call and scttlo nt once nnd
save costs. D. KEMLEH.
8mo!(e Pride of Umatilla Cigars.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., opp. Court House.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
KEEP YOUR, HEAD UNCOVERED,
The Constant Wearing of a Hat Pro
pogates Dandruff Germs.
There are many men who wear their
hats practically all the time when
awake, and are blessed with a heavy
shock of hair; yet if tho scalps of
these same men once become infect
ed with the dandruff germs, the para
cities would multiply all the quicker
for lack of air. Baldness would ensue
as the final result. Newbro's Herpl
cide kills these germs and stimulates
unhealthy hair to abundant growth
Herpicide is a pleasant hair dressing
as well as a dandruff cure and con
tains not an atom of injurious sub
jSOU) ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN
Come and See Them
East OregonUn Building
PIONEER WOMAN DEAD.
hVxyt-. JUe engine Xrtth pipe andtfittmgs, oil tanks
'Vq J'i'wg iajuftittiy a few weeks.
fwmical andfcamlrantW.tOjbe satisfactory. Price
I8 Adam .
Oregonitn, Pendleton. Oregon.
Her Daughter Goes to Visit Her
and Finds Her Dead In Bed.
Walla Walla, Wash., April 22.
(Special). Tomprrow in this city
will occur the funeral of Mrs. Fran
ces McBrearty, of Pomeroy, a pioneer
of the state, who died alone Saturday
nicht. Mrs. McBrearty was 72 years
of age and was well-known Jn Garfield
county. She was the mother of Mrs.
Nellie Scott, wife of ex-Supreme
Court Judge Scott, of this state, now
residing at New Whatcom. Mrs.
Scott arrived at Pomeroy, Saturday
night on a belated train, on. a. visit
her mother, on emerm flep oW
home she found moth:er dead in
her bedvhav;ug apparently just passed
way. Mrs. McBrearty expected her
daughter and had held up wonderful
ly in hope of meeting her child again,
but when the train failed .to come on
the usual time and her daughter did
pot come, it is thought the old lady
gavei up in despair and suddenly ex
pired from old age. She was alone
when the end came.
Two Wlore Embark Upon the Sea of
vii April tvw, at z o'clock p. m.,
in Pendleton, at the residence of the
groom, William C. McFarland and
Miss Jennie D. St. Clair were made
man and wife, Rev. E. B. Jones, pas
tor or tne M. E. Church. South, ofll
ujauug. iiie weuuing was a very
quiet anair, owing to tho recent deuth
of the groom's father, and there were
no Invited guests, there being pres
ent only a lew intimate friends and
relatives of the bride and groom.
promptly at 2:15 o'clock p. m., tho
nappy couple came forward, without
attendants and by the short and beau
tmu ritual of the Methodist church,
were united in holy matrimony. The
groom vvas dressed in the convention-
al black, and the bride was charming
ly attirea in wlilte silk.
After the ceremony the whole com
yauy i assured to tne cuning room,
where an elegant dinner was served.
and partaken of with great enjoyment
oy an. jur. and Mrs. McFarland have
taken up their residence In the home
of tue groom, which has lately been
improved ana refurnished.
The many friends of the bride and
groom wish and predict for them a
long and happy lifo tocethor. with
rew clouds and much sunshine.
For All Kinds of Building Material,
And Don't Forget Our Wood Gutters
hor Barns and Dwellings
Has opened his Ice
Cream Parlors on
Court street for the
season. The parlors
have been nicely re
furnished and fitted
wp in elegant shape
In 1 Us stages there
should bo clcmillnc'3.
Ely's Crcnia Dnln
cleanse, soothe nnd hc-.tls
tho illscAfeil lnemlmno.
H cures catarrh ami ilrl r
Mvny a cold iu the haul
Crcum ltiilm Is plncod Into tho nostrils, spread
over tho mombrmio and Is absorbed. Itellef Is Im
mediate ami n euro follows. It Is not drylnu dot
not produce sneezing, latga Size, 60 emits at Drug
gists or by mail; Trial 81.C, 10 cents by malt.
ELY mtOTUKUS. 60 Warrcu Street. New Yotk.
What you buy
BIQ Stock of
SAND & BRICK.
Trucking & Transferring.
Are tho exclusive new pat
terns In wall paper wo are show?
Ing. Praise Is heard from all
who select their paper from us
and allow us to do their work.
Our workmen do your work
If you have painting you
want done entrust your Job to
us aud you will be Batlslled.
OF THE DAY
.All tho Now Works which Imvo met Twlth the
hearty approval of Hook I.ovois aro at
Read This List of the New Books:
"Count Hannibal." by StanloyJ. Woyman,
"In tho Koij," by Itlolinril Harding lavis.
"Tho Killing 1'iiHslon " by Ilotiry Van Dyke".
"If I Were KiiiR," by Justin .McCarthy.
'Turry Thou Till I Como." by ueo-go Croly.
"The Volvot dlovo," by Henry Beton Meirl
lan. "Tho I'lnca of iMtr." by J. A. MUchc-ll.
"'IViinitlnir of Puthtir Antlionv." )v rinnrmt
Twins Born to Mr. and Mrs. John
Helix. April 21. L. W .Pierce is
laying the foundation for Harlan
Richmond's "new residence, It looks
as if there was something going to
happen. t m
John McRae, living west of Helix
about seven miles, came to town
walla Walla. Wash.. Anril 22.
(Special). Col. J. R. Holt, a temper
ance lecturer of national reputation,
is iioming a series of mass meetings
in this city, with good success. Last
week Mr. Holt held forth nightly at
the Baptist church. Sundav evenlnc
mass meeting was held at the First
Methodist church, and last nicht the
.meetings were transferred to the First
iresDyterian church In order to so-
cure room for the neonle. Almnt arm
have signed tho pledge, and a num.
oer nave joined the Woman'n fihriR.
nan Temperance Union, under whose
apspices the meetings are being held
The tusetings will continue all this
week. " "'
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At bedtime Itake a pleasaftt herb
drink, the next morning I (eel bright
and my complexion is better. My
doctor says that It acts gently on the
stomach, liver and kidneys and Is a
pleasant laxative. It is made from
herbs, and Is prepared as easily as
tea. It Is called Lane's Mediclae.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 25c and SOc.
For sale by Tallman 9c Co., sole
The Independent Warehouse.
Will be open for business, with a
competent man in charge, to see that
all customers receive prompt, and
careful attention. Wool growers .and
wheat growers will find it to their
Interest to store with this house,
where they can ship over either lines
of 'road. References, First National
Bank. William Caldwell in charge.
make Pandiaton Boquet Clfara.
1 Houso With tho Green Shutters," by George
"Audrey," by Hnry Johnston.
' I ho nolo- of tho Unconnuorod.1
"Tho Methods ol Ladv Walderhtirat "
rrnucos iinuKsoii miriicu.
il k 111.. V..,U1. It I... l.l. lt.A nr. , -u
M IMUOIII, U U.UIKUU.UV1UUII IVHIBUa
"Cloistering of Uruulu," by Clinton Scollard.
"Kato lion not." by Frank It. Stockton.
"Up 1'iom Slavery," by llookor T. Wajth
"D'Arcy of tho Guards," by Louis Kran
"Jn Suite of All, ' by Kdna I, rail
w fTHllfnrlillrv Tnlia " tiv M
"New Canterbury Tales,
by Maurlco How-
"Ifcstir Blair." hr William Henry Carson.
"Anticipations," by William Hunry Carson.
"A Housh Parly." by Joioph Hallworth.
"Arilne Vallre," by Joseph Haliworth.
"Life's I.lttls Ironies," by Thomas Hardy.
"81mon Dale." bv Anthony.'HoiM).
"The Kuglo's Heart," by Hamlin Garland.
"Norman Holt," by General Charles King.
"wnai uappenou to wiggieswortu,1
If You Want to
Buy or Sell
ieid by jdMM MoiiillDT
The Louvre Saloon
f 118.S00 for a rraierlBtloB.
Tfce Urate sbh ever paid for a prescription
ehaaced baads la Ban FraaeUeo August 80
IMI. Tbe transfer inrolved la cola an4 stock
HliM aa was paid by a yartjel bMlaeaf
MB for a specific for Bright 's PiseaM aa4 Cla
betea, hitherto Incurable dilutes.
Thar commenced tat careful larettlf atlas of
tea tstaise Koresafcer U, ,1C. They inter
ftawad aeerta af tha earad and triad it anion
tta taatlta by fatHag arar three datta aaeat
eatkt tfaatmeat and watching tbtat. Thty
aiea gat aayaielaiif to uw chrenle, iaeantMa
latte, and adilaittatad It with the paraUUu
lar iadgta. Dp to August 17, tlghtr-MTta aat
saai at tha teat eaaaa wars aUur wU at
Tkete atiaa hwt thirteea par aeat al lallaraf.
taa aarttta wets ta titled aad tltttd the toana
satlaa. The ptatttdlast al the taYtatlajaalaaj
ttttilUtt aad the allnleal reparta ol taa teat
taata wata paMitatd aad wiU aa ataUU free
ftppaattiaa. AddMat Jaajr J. wwnm Com
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