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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1902)
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Christinas goods. You want to buy a Coat, Jacket
or some iin-c Ytifcv-i f " vMictiimj wibk w
some of your DEAR friends. Don't fail to come in
and see the Holiday Bargoins we are now offering
$8 Jackets to close at $5.50
$10 Jackets to close at $6.75
$11 Goats to close at $7.50
$15 Coats to close at $11.90
$16 50 Coats to close at $14.05
$18.60 Coats to close at $15.85
ITURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1902. I
WhltaUer, the dentist.
Oyster rocktails at Gratz's.
Olympia oysters at Castle's,
Men's half soles, 75c. Teutsch.
Ladles' half soles, 40c. Teutsch.
A. lizard, farm loans.
r Gratz'e tlani chowder.
litem oysters at Castle's.
faxaa's for cigars and tobacco.
It wlenerwurst "and saur kraut at
Ibber heeia for slippery weather.
iceries always fresh at the
fcve your shoes repaired at
ffnpla Eastern and Cove oyste.'s
femes that are delicious at the
pars, tobacco and smokers' sup-
lat Jack Candish's.
reduction on 25 pattern hats
week at Mrs. Campbell's.
orted llmburger and Swiss
i sandwiches at Gratz's.
Chinese cooking at Phillips' res-
w. Everything tastes good.
Er suits will be the holghth of
n If made by Siebert & Schulz.
ated Gentleman voomor. Can
joard if desired. Inquire at this
I Hlakeslee's oflice removed to
building, Main and Court
k room 20.
SBIakeslee's office removed to
building, Main and Court
I, room 20.
lb English walnuts, pecans, al
and all kinds- of nuts at the
llfa hay for sale- Leave orders
Ave Ingram, at E. O., or Do
; Co.'s store
Sale Lodging house, 12 rooms
Bite lots cn Malu street, uood
p. A bargain. E. T. Wade.
fcuid is heinc offered in the
wA columns for the return to
pee of a black ice wool shawl.
I'M lost on Water street be-
tutu aim Main.
' j Nice furnished rooms for rent; 407
West Alta street.
Fine toilet soap and perfumes at
the Nolf store. Lowest prices.
Say! if your eyes trouble you In
any way, consult Honker , the eye
specialist. No charges for examina
tion; 120 Court street.
Miesciie's meat market, on Court
street, has received a fine lot of mut
ton and will offer special prices to
morrow. Hind quarters, 10 cents per
pound, fore quarters, 7 cents per
Statistics of the Greatest Counties
on the map Larger than Many
States in the East.
The largest county in the state of
Oregon is Harnoy, with an area of
!)!i8G miles; second in size is Malheur,
with 9781 and third in size is Lake,
Tlio smallest county in the state of
Oregon is Multnomah, with only 429
square miles of territory'. In Oregon
are nine counties with over 3000
square miles, and eight with less than
1000 square miles. The nine largest
are Douglas, 4801 ; Grant, 4500; Har-
ney, 99S(i,Knlamath,4380; Lake. 7834;
Crook, 7750; Lane, 4380; Malheur,
9784; Umatilla, 3110. Union had 3146
miles before loosing the Panhandle,
but this addition to Baker did not
place her on the list with the nine
largest. The eight counties having
less than 1000 square miles are Mult
nomah, 429; Benton, G77; Clatsop,
820; Cplumbiu, C77; Polk, 701; Sher
man, 73C; Washington, 715, and Yam
hill, 711. When it is remembered
that Hhode Island contains only 1093
square miles, the magnitude of Ore
gon Beeras almost incredible. Yet
Rhode Island has the same strength
In the United States senate as Ore
gon, ninety times her suitiIor In
morning all the visitors from Pendle
ton left on their return Journey home
and a tired but happy lot they .were.
Mrs. C. . Roosevelt spent Thanks
giving with her parents at Walla
Mrs. Frank Wamsley spent Thanks
giving In Walla Walla with her
Mrs. F. W, Vincent entertained a
few friends at dinner Wednesday
O. G. Smith, of Huntington, was the
guest of Pendleton friends Thanks
Mrs. R. Alexander spent the fore
part of the week in Walla Walla the
guest of relatives.
Mrs. C. J. Ferguson and Mrs. T. C.
Warner returned from Walla Walla
Miss Mable Nye will return from
Walla Walla next Monday, after an
absence of a few weeks.
it-u inujnjisuu, or wana wana, fn
wns In the city Thursday, the guest. !;t
of his mother and friends.
Dr. and Mrs. John Dickson arrived
from Portland this week to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. rt. Dickson.
Miss Jones, a teacher In the Pen
dleton public schools, was the guest
of relatives in Walla Walla over
Miss Anna M. Marshall, of Port
land, arrived in tho city this week
to be the guest of her brother, E. P.
Marshall, and wife.
Mrs. Walter P. Fell lias returned
from Portland, where she spent the
past month visiting Mrs. Theroii E.
Fell and Mrs. John Dodson.
It. S. Bryson had as his guest over
Thanksgiving, D. H. Holgate, of
Eugene. Mr. Holgate and Mr. Bryson
were classmates at Corvallls.
Mcsdames L. Hunzlkcr and Frank
Thompson returned trom Walla Walla
Thursday evening, whore they had
been visiting friends for a few days.
One of tlio largest crowds of the
season attended the Jolly Club dance
Thanksgiving evening and those in
ttendance report having a good
On Monday evening of this week.
Chester E. Shaffer, of Fieewater, was
married .n Walla Walla to Miss Irene
Stanley, Mr. afld Mrs. Shaffer will
make their home In Freewater.
Among the Pendleton guests at the
X. T. C. dance, given at Walla Walla
Wednesday evening, were: Mesdames
Hunzlker, Frank Thompson, C. J.
MAN- . MAN-
10 doien lot, sizes 14 to 17, stiff
bosoms, nearly all separate cuffs, a
k rr few with cuffs attached. We have J A rp
JLlY 1 the permission of the Manhattan 1 li I "
Shirt Co. to make these prices. For
this evening we wilt sell:
$1.50 Manhattan shirts for 75c.
TP A IV $2.00 Manhattan shirts for $1.00. ' HP A
" $2.50 Manhattan shirts for $1.25.
$3.00 Manhattan" shirts for $1.50.
Ferguson, Thomas C. Warner and
Miss Mable Nye.
TO SECURE IRRIGATION FUND.
wood and coral
Wilne ur., t. j
, o - unique, n. itiu
spread like wild fire
pout the east. See the
RESERVE FOR IDAHO.
2,300,000 Acres May be Added to
Notification has been received by
the Lowiston land omce rrom uom
mlRHlnnf!!- Hrrnniin of thp temporary
withdrawal of 2,300,000 acres in Idaho
and Boise counties, lying south of the
present Bitter Itoot forest reserve,
pending Invetigation ns to the advis
ability of adding the territory to tho
reserve. With this aciuuion, uie uu
for rinnt rosnrvo will comnrlse 5.-
300,000 acres, or an area as large as
tho state of Massachusetts. The
lands now temporarily withdrawn lie
along the Salmon river watershed
and Include Thunder ..Iountain, Mar
shall Lake, Warrens and other min
A fair sized audience heard Profes
Bor B. H. Brown, of Whitman College
, lecture last night at the Congrega
tional church. He took up the sub
' Ject of "Bacteria," in a scientific way,
which was well Illustrated by expen
'ments and charts. He dealt espec
ially with the production of bacilli,
I their relation to diseases and the ef
fect of light as a destroyer pf the
disease breeding germs.
HOT SODA -
Good hot chocolate and improved beef tea
e a hobby with us, and only
R!f 'S l e tlurd seasoned with hot soda.
oeer than ever, but always good.
nor tr ctwoc
From Main St., Toward tixe Cowt Hoose
Secretary Moore Writes Full Instruc
tions to Wallowa County Man.
So many people of Eastern Oregon
nie now Investigating the question of
l igation and the methods to be cm-
ployed to secure government fundB
for the purpose of aiding counties In
roposed works, that the following
letter from Secretary Moore will US I
interesting to all:
"Mr. S. H. Canahan. Lostiue. Or.
Dear Sir: Replying to your K)stal of
18th to Mr. Devers, if yo( will send
me a map of the country that can be
irrigated, showing the government
and private lands, the area of stor
age reservoir, size of dam requited,
material convenient for building dam,
number of miles or canal necessary to
reach la"hd, rock work, rainfall, atea
of country drained, etc.. prices which
contracts should be let lor construct
ing dams and canals, either by yard
or mile, etc.; with this Information
and a good section map, is is quite
probable the government engineers
would give it a thorough Investigation."
I THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
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G-otations Furnished by the Coe Com
mission Company I. C. Major, Lo
New York Grain.
Wheat Weather dry and crisp this
morning. Cables off slightly. Liver
pool closing U and London ti lower.
Minneapolis cars 530 against 342 last
year, Duluth reporting 4C2 against
550 the same day last year. An offic
ial notice of a 2 cent advance in
grain rates east of Chicago was filed
yesterday, which is customary at the
close of navigation.
A Sale of Books
Divorce Decree Granted.
In the divorce suit of Archlt Huson
vs. itosetta Huson, Judge Ellis grant
ed the decree as prayed this after
noon. The grounds on which legal
separation was asked was desertion.
$3.50 Shoe Value
That Excel all Others
Boy's Fight With Deer.
Olen Booth, a Glendale boy, 10
years of age, had a terrible struggle
with H three-point deer last week,
says the Ashland Town Talk., Ho
was out hunting near his home when
he saw a deer. He shot and killed
his game, as he supposed, the animal
falling and plunging its head beneath
a log. The boy stood his rifle by a
tree about 75 yards away, and went
over to stick the animal, but upon
pulling his head from under the log
he found the animal was not dead
'1 he deer's neck had only been ei eas
ed by a cut In the hair. The deer
attacked tho boy and a terrible strug
gle followed, sometimes one, then the
other, having the better of the fight.
Finally the boy managed 4o push the
struggle to where his gun stood, and
after considerable engineering killed
the deer The yputhful hunter's
clothes were all torn from his body,
and he received many cuts and
bruises In th econlllct.
New and l'opular Hooks
$i,i9 to $1.25
Handy Volumes in Classics
J5c, 20c, 25c
Nsver was our l'ne so complete
Paper and linen books, fully il
lustratod, ic to fi.69
Books for Boys and Gh Is
Henty, Alger, Alcott and many
other excellent books 25c to 1 1.25
The NOLF Store
Santa Claus' Headquarters
of the season are always
found at our restaurant
At prcscnJ we have
Finest Oysters Frog
Legs f Clams Crabs
f and j? Lobsters
and other salt and fresh
water foods. . .
CROWN ER BROS
Telephone Main 4.
The Way In Butte.
Among the little foibles of the re
markable young lady from Butte is
one which 1b told by former secretary
of Edmund Clarence Stedman, who
lunched with Mary Mctaue recently.
After lunch was over Mary ManLane
said to her friend:
"Now you Just let. me fix the tip
the way I want."
Then Mary signaled tho waiter, and
producing a quarter, said blandly:
"Walter, I'll match you for the tip."
With a look cf astonishment on his
face the waiter produced a quarter
and laid It down. Mary won. Then,
with tho same calm air, she con
tinued: "Now I'll match you for that quar
ier' Again the luck favored Mary,
rnd she quietly pocketed the coin.
"You see, ray dear," said she to her
companion, "we really do things bet
ter In Butte."
We salisf the greedy value
hunters with Good Shoes
Where Whole Families are Shod.
T ' S THE KNACK
WE HAVE OF MAKING A
Cocktail that takes, or rather, that makes so many peopln
take them. They are so much butter than the usual
cocktail because wc have just the right may of preparing
them. There is only ONE way, you know, and that's
Kline's way. We make lots of thum every morning, at
15c, or you and your friend may enjoy them for a quarter
KLINE & Co.
LIQUOR STORE, 69 Main Street
1PRAZER OPERA H0US1P
Grand Operatic Extravaganza
Monday and Tuesday
Dec 1 and 2
PRICES: ?5c, 50c, 25c
Reserve seat sale opens Saturday'
at Frazier's I
The Uig Clearance Carpet Sale at Failings. If you
want a carpet, rug, lace curtains, portiers, wall paper, you
will never get such low prices again.
The Standard, White, and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machines, oil, needles and parts for all machines. A first
class repairer for machine and organs.
' Phone Main 34