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FROM PLANTATION TO
CLUB ROOM "SMOKER"
ir NOVEMBER tM. 102.
1 tlAUi V.uu "
jslers at Castle's.
rearing go to Teutsch's.
mrst and saur kraut at
B. makes an elegant holl-
Eutern and Cov oystovs
that are delicious at tbo
ltaburger and Swiss
on on zo imiiern mits
! Mrs. Campbell's.
8 cooking at Phillips' res-
ttjuuug lamub uwu,
i (or Dutton's fine taffies
iie chocolate creams.
.... A. . .
win De me neuuim oi
it by Slebert & Schulz.
office removed to
bargain. E. T. Wade.
V torn Poll tinil HPA
unique. A fad
W like wild fi re
WhitaUor, the dentist.
Oyster cocktails at Gratz's.
Olympla oysters at Castle's.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco.
The P. I. It. makes an elegant holl-
i day gift.
Groceries always fresh at the
Nice furnished rooms for rent; 407
West Alta street.
Don't forget to have your shoes re
paired at Teutsch's.
.uigars, touacco and smokers' sup
plies at Jack Candish's.
Fancy waste baskets, sewing bas
kets, celluloid novelties, books and
Wanted Winter range for 100 head
of horses. Address G. E. Hoover, Al
Fresh English walnuts, pecans, al
monds and all kinds of nuts at the
Dr. Hlakeslee's office removed to
Judd building, Main and Court
streets, room 20.
We have the neatest and largest
stock of Jardlniers at prices so low as
to surprise you C. Rohrman.
The Dally East Oregonlan Is on sale
in Portland at the Rich news stand In
Hotel Perkins, and at the Hotel Port
land. P. P. Collier & Co., office C40 Main
street, are advertising In the classi
fied columns for (10 tons of clean
II. Henker,- the eye specialist, has
located in Pendleton. Office, 120
Court street. Examination and con
Three or four furnished rooms for
light housekeeping are ljelng advertis
ed for in the classified columns of the
A reward Is offered in the classified
columns of the East Oregonlan for
the return to this ofllce of a lady's
tan colored purse, which was lost this
Why have gray hair. Get walnut
coloring, $1 per bottle, express pre
paid. San Francisco Hair Store, 1401
First avenue. Seattle, manufacturers
of all kinds of hair goods. Send for
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Con
gregatlonal church will meet at the
home of Mrs. Georgo Harris, on East
Webb street, on Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. All ladies of the parish
A grand ball will bo given Monday
night, November 24, by Bintracht
Ixidge No. C, Sons of Herman, In Ar
mory hall. Admission will be $1.
Plenty of lunch and refreshments
will be served free.
Oregon Land Statistics.
There are 00,B18,400 acres of land
in Oregon. Of this amount 35,328,338
acres are vacant. In the reserves ara
6,500,821 acres. There are 228,000
acres under Irrigation.
HOT SODA - I
Wg.a.'.n Prepared to serve vou with our Hot Soda.
He '" u,u lavontes ot last year and several new
are a few of our best sellers:
t?ftin Tea' vteoral, Tobasoo Flip,
wUm ft Celery Bouillon Hot Chocolate,
They are all
'S DRUtt STOPF
F'omMainSt.,TWatd the Court House
FacU Concerning a Product of the
Factory Which Is Known and Dear
ly Loved by Many,
Seventy-five per cent of the men
and boys or the country smoker ci
gars. Many of them have choice brands,
which they swear by and smoke con
tinuously They could go into a dark
room and pick their brand out of the
box, and before lighting It, could
swear to Its Identity,
It has a peculiar characteristic, an
elastic, familiar touch that ins known
to them. They know It In the dark
by the same intuition, which enables
the farmer to go into Lis barn, the1
darkest night, and pick out the black!
horse from the team, by the peculiar
contour of his back bono or the tan-,
gled meshes of his mane.
The Cigar, as an Industry.
But of the numberless smokers ofi
cigars, how many know tho first ru '
dlmcnts of their manufacture. j
Begin with the tobacco planr,.
growing In the shaded nook of a Cu
ban garden, and follow its wondrous
path until it goes out of the skylight i
window of the club room, a curling,1
vanishing hazo of smoke. Was ever
story of a commonplaco thing so won-,
Let us go with it upon this amazing
and tortuous Journey, .
A dimpled girl, brown from nature1
and browner from exposure to tho
southern sun, takes the ripening
plant and lays it in the curing shed.
Dally she comes and turns It over.
It grows brown as her face and is
perfumed with her breath. She is iui
guardian spirit. "When It is ripe and,
cured It goes to the wholesale house'
is bound, labelled and sent to the
Takes on a Shape and Brand.
Here it is sorted, the different
grades going into different makes nf
elgais and munufactuied tobacco.
Hnvnitna wrapper tobocco Is not the
best. The Sumatra wrapper is the
best on the market. The lies clgnr
filler tobacco crows In New York and
The cigar maker has his moistened 1
tobacco near at hand: he taken 1 1
"wisp" of It, turns It dexterously In
his hands, folds it softly between his
fingers and then bundles it up so
smoothly and quickly, and seals the
brown coat about it, that It seems
like a trick of magic. Three hundred
cigars is a good day's work, for an
Why a Cigar Won't "Draw."
You have smoked cigars that seem
ed choked up; in nine cases out of
10, this cigar was made by a child,
In rolling the filler together. In order
to hold It in a mora compact roll, the
loose leaf is slightly folded over the
end of the cigar, under tbo wrapper.
It Is like laying a board on top of
the stove pipe. The suction Is shut
on. Another cigar burns down one
side. This Is caused by a wet ridge
being left on the side of the clear,
under the wrapper. It becomes hard
ened and don't burn as fast as the
loose body of the cigar.
Peculiarities of the trade.
In the United States are manufac
tured some 000 distinct brands of ci
gars. In 40 per cent of these 900
brands the only material difference is
in the label or name on the outside
of the box. Other brands differ In the
grade of tobacco used; others in the
peculiar shape; others yet in the va
rious degrees of maturity of the to
bacco the flavor or peculiar taste it
takes on in curing and marketing,
Other brands have a "run" because
of the locality In which they are
manufactured, something of a local
caste; men smoke cigars made In
their native town, or made by a
friend, for the same reason a Umatil
la county man eats at an Eastern
restaurant that has Milton fruit on Its
bill of fare.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
are you mixed on the
? ? ?
IT'S pretty hard for yon
to know what to do
Isn't It, when nearly every
clothier In town has "the
best at the lowest prices,"
and all "give satisfaction
or money back," and they
nearly all can save yon a
third to a half? Is there
in Pendleton that has been
conspicions for manyyoars
whether it sold you a col
lar bntton, a hat, suit of
clothes or whatever it was?
If yon have never dealt
with ns, try it and if yon
are in want of an Overcoat,
for it's Overcoats we have
on our mind right now, we
feel confident we can make
you know you are in the
OVERCOATS $6 00 $7 50
$10 $15 $16.50 $17.50
$20 $22.50 $25 and $30
& U Mr.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
TIMBER ON RESERVATIONS.
Asleep Amid Flames,
Breaking Into a blazing home, some
firemen lately dragged the sleeping
Inmates from death. Fancied secur
lty, and death near. It's that way
when you neglect coughs and colds,
Don't do It. Dr. King's New Discov.
ory for Consumption gives perfect
protection against all throat, chest
and lung troubles. Keep It near and
avoid suffering, death and doctors
bills, A teaspoonful stops a late
cough, persistent use the most stub
born, Harmless and nice tasting, it's
guaranteed to satisfy by 'fallman &
Co, Price EOc and $1. Trial bottles
Wires Are Down.
The storm In Eastern Washington
last night Is responsible for there be
ing no market report today by the
Coo Commission Company. Nothing
oxcept the opening of May atid De
cember wheat has been received at
tho office. It Is expected that the
difficulty will be remedied before the
Wall Street Arithmetic.
(Boston Commercial Bulletin.)
Ten millions make one trust,
Ten trusts make one combine,
Ten combines make one merger,
Ten mergers make one magnate,
One magnate makes all tho money.
Will be Cut and Soldand the Proceeds
Will go to the Indians.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 19. Tho
bureau of forestry, to which is en
trusted tho preparation of plans for
the management of the national forest
reserves, several state forest reserves
and the military timber reserves, has
recently extended its work to cover
tho conservative handling of ti'e tim
ber on Indian reservations. The sec
retary of the interior has made a re
quest to tho secretary or agriculture
loj- advice as to the cutting of timber
upon the allotted lands of the Bad
River and I.ac Coeur D'Orellle Indian
reservations of Northern Wisconsin,
and the ceded "lands of tho Meno
monee reservation. The timber Is to
be cut and sold and the proceeds are
to go to the Indians. The bureau of
forestry will have charge of the cut
ting, and will see to It that the timber
is taken out In such a way as to do
least harm to the forest and Insure a
Some new arrivals at
The NOLF Store
Wonders of the West.
Crook county, Oregon, contains
C.000,000 acres of land, outside of tho
Cascade reserve. It is eight times as
large as Rhode Island; four times as
large a Delaware, and If It was as
densely populated as Rhode Island,
It would contain 3,000,000 Inhabitants.
I. It. makes an elegant holl-
Ping Pong Pins ioc
New Pompadour Combs, regu
lar 25c, here for 20c
Ladies' Hair Retainers, in cel
luloid and metal ...5c, 8c, 10c
Drummer's Samples of pocket
knives, bought at 25 per cent
discount You can buy them
from us 25 per cent less than
Note the new toys for Children
Tablets 45c, 98, $195
Iron wagons 6gc to 2.40
Doll buggies, wood and metal
bodies and wheels.. 35c to $3.45
Enamel Ware, bought prior to
the advance, tea kettles, stew
pans, coffee pots, 23c to 1.22
The NOLF Store
Santa Claus' Headquarters
$3.50 Shoe Value
That Excel all Olhers
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. S. Supreme Court
U. H. Patent Ofllce
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters $ Frog
Legs Clams f Crabs
and f Lobsters f
and other salt and frcsli
S T O RAG E.
Telephone Main 4,
The East Oregonlan It Eaitern Ore
gon's representative paper. It leads
U. . and FOREIGN PATENTS jand the people appreciate It and show
Trui Mk and coDTrirhu It by their liberal patronage. It is the
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advertising medium of this section.
We satisfy the greedy value
hunters with Good Shoes
Where Whole Families are Shod.
606 to 609
Biggest and Best Bargains
In Furniture, Stoves, Glassware, China ware ever offered
in Pendleton are now offered.
Our Big Clearance Sale
Is now on. We must reduce our stock in order to make
room for others. We want it to go rapidly and in order
to do so we have cut tli: prices, Come in and get our
knocked down prices and see what you can save.
Remember Joe Basler's Clearance Sale
- Lots of goods sold at greately reduced prices,
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