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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1902)
$6.50, $8, $J0 to $20
$6.00, $t0.00 to $20.00
Winter Glovesf25c to $J.50
Winter Mitts, 25c to SJ.25
Mens Caps, 25c to $i.25
Winter Underwear, each,
50c, 75c, $ J. 00 to $3.00
50c to $2.50
RESOURCES and HISTORY
of UMATILLA COUNTY
a cxpics OF SKFTCHES OF THE TOWNS AND PEO
PLEFoUR COUNTY BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT
PAUL DE LANEY
XVIII. lfel.IX CON' nl'DED.
of the country. Considerable residence
i...n.n ? ntun mlnir tin.
S.-Hellx has al- gones & Walker are Hardware tin-
ways been a good business pouu. waVl and sioe u.... -From
the time the first little store as been in business 1- y
was started by old man Swlwer. up an Illustration of what econom ami
to the present date all business In- attention to business wll do lu re
stitutions have succeeded that were ,,r,i Oregon He begun, praeiicoiij
run on economical business prlnci- without anything and now has one 01
pies. The town Is surrounded by a t,P best eiiuiped stores of the Kino, in
section of country occupied by well- n,t. county. This firm reports t mi
to-do wheatralsers. They are out of whentraisers are especially improving
debt and pay cash as they go. They their fences at this time, as hog fences
are patriotic enough to buy at home rue being put In around nearly all 01
when all things are equal and the the wheat fields of the communis .
business meu of Helix have mnde it Alf Sando runs a harness and sail
a point to keep up-to-date stocks In ,n,. shop and shoe shop comlilueil. He
every line and sell at prices that has been in business eight years ami
would attract the local traue. .
BAER & DALEY
ONE PRICE C OTHIERS.
FLRNISHhRS and HATTERS
TUESDAY DECEMBER 2, 1902
V. H. Casey. San Francisco.
O. 13. Prael, San Francisco.
Ross Deardsley, Arlington.
0. S. Youngman. Portland.
H. L. Rothcnlld.
J. S. Howell, San Francisco.
Frank Howe, Portland.
S. C. Spencer, Portland.
V. L. Whltmore, Chicago.
1. R. llarnuni, Portland.
C. E. Flowers. St. Louis.
.7. B. Crossfield. Portland.
Mrs Graff, The Dalles.
J. B. Curry, Arlington.
A. S. Heatflold. Spokane.
J. J. Burns. Portland.
A. D. Chase. Portland.
' W. J .Miller. Pilot Rock.
M. Gunkel. Chicago.
Bill Kennedy, city.
J. H. Klocckner. Spokane.
H. H. Booth. Chicago.
.Mrs. S. A. Hicks. California.
Peace Is not yet a reality and both
sides In Colombia are slow lu keep
ing their promises. There is a rumor
of a secret agreement.
Judge McPherson. of the federal
court, lately ruled that an army offi
cer carrying out orders of a superior
cannot be interfered with by the state
The development of Siberia is said
to he so fast as to astonish even
Russia herself. The growth of the
dairy business has been phenomenal
since the building of hte trans-Siberian
Secretary Root favors many big
changes in the army and wants the
office of commanding genernl abolish
wl. He believes a general staff
should be created and instead of
.lieutenant-general a chief of staff.
In the White .Mountains or New
Mexico, snow is four feet deep and
wolves have been driven to the val
leys of the White Oaks country In
search of food. The beasts have prey
ed upon the herds of sheep and losses
have been severe.
The Irish members who abstained
from the support of the education bill. ,
created a disturbance and were eject
ed, have been notified to be ii! read
iness to return to the house of com
mons immediately after the bill
passes the "house of lords.
.Mosely Reynolds, aged lfi. employ
ed as a clerk In the bank at West-1
in , , , . ... . . . 8tat xoy Ohio Cm or Toledo i
villi.-, lliu.. wim aiim mill ttuieu ui uu LUCAS COCNTY.
The Golden Rule.
George W. Proebstel. Weston.
C. A. Reeder, Athena.
J. P. Mc.Mnn.us. Adams.
Henry Keller. Dale.
A. W. Tichner. Portland.
Thomas Kennedy, Valley.
C. D. Rlnker. Spokane.
-Mrs. J. Halsted. Echo.
,H. W. Cameron, Moscow.
P. T. Schnabel, Starbuck.
W. DeLong, Cheyenne.
J. Steer. Cheyenne.
W. J. Chandle.
J. P. .McCoy. Canyon City.
Airs. E .G. Michall. Weston.
Mrs S. J. Van Bebler. The Dalles.
early hour Sunday morning by rob-
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
bers. who had hrokon into the place doln)f fcuilcwj In the citr of Toledo, conntr
and were about to blow open the safe, and tate aforesaid, and that tald arm will pay
Tho nn In n stolon rln- innumoiune unnurea uoiiare ior eacn ana
A First Class Machine Shop.
The Helix Machine Shop is one of
which Helix Is proud and one of the
most substantial institutions In Vma
tilla county. D. B. Richardson Is
proprietor and James McCorkell. a I
skilled machluest. Is in charge as ,
manager A new building has just;
i-.een completed 3lxS0 feet and was
arranged under the manager's own ,
designing. The plant Is well supplied
with all or the latest tools and ma-1
chlnery Its turning lathes simpers .
and planers are tit modem uiauufac- j
ture anil Its tinning macnines are 01
the very latest patterns, and Is as
near perfection as has been reached,
which the manager claims is the only
one of the kind In Umatilla county.
The concern does a large business.
' Traction, stationary and portable en-
j gines are all repaired at this place
I and the patronage extends over a
Marge field. They claim that practl
j cally all of the work in that section
j of the country comes to their shop
1 and that work often comes a distance
i of 40 miles. In harvest season the
shop is kept running day and night,
and six or seven skilled machinists
are kept employed during this season.
In the winter season the force Is re
duced. The Institution also manufac
tures a weed cutter of local invention.
on a large scale and does a general
blacksmlthing business. It carries a
large line of Iron, a stock that would
rival the machine shops In the city
for quantity and quality.
Linn L. Smith, a local carriage and
wagon manufacturer and repairer of
20 years' residence. Is also the Inven
tor and manufacturer of the O. K.
windmill. Mr. Smith has supplied a
large local patronage and has also
sold his manufacture at other points
in Umatilla county and has placed a
number of his windmills In Morrow
county. The O. K. windmill is said
to he a very successful one In the
market and Is gaining favor with the
Helix Is well supplied with hulls.
The Masons and Odd Fellows eacn
have good halls and the Huson hall
is also an important place in the
town. It is 100x35 feet and most of
the dances for which this place is not
ed are held at this hall. The floor is
claimed to be one of the best In the
county by the manager. The lodge
halls are also neatly aranged and all
of the orders meeting in tbem are
well supplied with apparatus and re
galia and these are regarded as among
the most inibaiantial and popular In
institutions of the town.
(Continued on page 3.1
AT BASLER'S BIQ BARGAIN HOUSE
Special low prices on Sideboard,
Chiffoniers, Lady's Dressing TabltT
Remnants of Carpets and Wonder
fully low prices. Great bargain,"
in Steel Ranges and Moves
Basler's Big Bargain
' In all Gases of Itching
While Cleiinsin;r the Skin and
Scalp with .u..t baths of CUTI
CURA 50 P :.r.ii hoalinp the
Raw, lnfmmcJ Surface with
CDnip!2tj T-cr :icr.t, $1.25
.. .LVt.SC. Sold
MARTIN'S FAMILY GROCERY 4 M
I have bargained with a
competent Timber Cruiser I ;2j
to Innatp ! Si
We Appreciate Your Trade
And it ives us pleasure to furnish you with k
groceries, when we know we save you money,
NfceHabfeard Squashes, Sweet Pota!!
tkat arc good. Cranberries that are fall
t f .1 1. - . ,
in iaci meiu is iiuiiiiii ht-ju in a nrii-ciass pxsjl
we OO HOI nunuit:, dnu wc at ways Keep me wst etc
Prompt delivery. Telephone orders given the sasea
attention ai those placed per:-otiall .
MARTIN'S FAMILY GROCERY SI!
Athena .Mercantile Compaii Is
iDtiiBDium unnurra vounrn ior eacn una ,, ... i-.oa, ,,,0,11,1,1,.- i n.,
eTcrycaieot Caurth that cannot be cured br ont 01 tl10 'arSest institutions in the
hunting In the the ne of llll' Catanb Cure.
place. It Is under the management ot
.do closed Sunday. Pa- ATfm lMlS, t!ntl has, fi0?" ,eorl,s
been unusually frequent I JJUL I). isks . j of clerks and does a large business,
n.to ,arn 1J ....... Uai: I A. W. OLBAEOS. A line of senernl mnrehanilisp Is rnr
On the lice o. z ruilroao
now under construction.
This meaus a big chance
for first-comers. See
The season for
i- ; i i. W. OLEAgOV
in llie Viuuiia lllib ucnauu. 1-1 lllt-ll llttt-
t i.nin.t n.i,lin i.. ...!.. aqi nitr. ... u .. j- ...i ' , ' j i rietl hv rhls rniirpm nnrl rrnnnrnl mar
IUh urvjl IdJIiru ni'tir u, 1111,11 nr-. ii.u i.uiv 1. laicuiuicm.ufmiu J P . . .
in the stntes or Minnesota. Wiseonslr lfthiiil,onff)2?i ?li,,lIUe'' !.chanMii0 1,1 tl,e "'nailer towns means
and Michigan. At least 11 others 01 Tlio.Ao : I'early everj thlns that Is sold in the
have been shot and serlnuslv wound- I?..Dl.dn,1?l'K;75c- . , niaruet. i ins is also a uraneli of the
ed. nirrmilr Pill. w . Umatilla Implement Coniiianj and u
large Implement business is done
through this house. A large scope of
-PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
iiood farms for
THIS ISIOLD DOCTOR Kti
On, nf h UnplH'r nMA. Cnrl ( S s4c Who Htt
Franchise Tax Arnuments.
I1LB,, X T-v - O -miw.,nrM,""J ""JO ItS UUt'tGillUlllS) ill flUllA.
o n nu..u , nf'were bceun In the annellate division D- B- 'chardson also has a general
his poslUon. the. supreme coun.today In the " "
The liquor question Is to- be the fnPec 7 ""V ew tSSc' aml pats throughout this section
Issue in the coming city election at lr 5F " r ' H?' ,r '" T l,u?nn , of country. In fact, his establishment
Aaw. of Referee Robert Earl declaring the .0'.(I(et. ?tnlmf P,p"'ar
Pallas College boys will Issue a ,Jaw tc M,. worKahlo and enforce. SETuTZKr
TOonuiiy paper, ine priming na i.eeii,.- .buU.u .K v.M....u .u , , . . .. pnBnn
larger than usual. They say that
while the Improvements are of many
Tho Clerks' Union and the retail Rubber heels for slipper- weather, hinds that a grea' number of new
merchants of Aberdeen, are now In Teutsch. barns are being built by the farmers j
-the heat of bp early-closing fleht. The ,
clerks want all stores closed at b.
ordered. Perry Baughman. of Port- two or three iiays.
land, will be editor.
'wiu ail i d i i y ui ur wi - ilSl
be so careless. Don't put oft any a few dlseaies
i . - . .!....!.. . oncers, on 1
iuiibci , uaie your case auemien iujiui " . t
today, for your looks tell on you. You it s t or ,0 5 wl
may conclude to gat married some :--- ri r,rl ,,.v
uay, una to live napry ''"" must ue.' -'eu .,,-(:
a man rugged and Btrong physically tf ir l!onl, ,1.1
UNEQUALLS0 FOR TABLE USC and mentally. So many div ires casLSlswer Jr ' " , f
All kinds of imported iunches, made, would disclose the fact thatei t l'a "
physical and nervous weakness of the'liook ou uuu
husband causes the wife to flnhllyl:- j'rself to
THE BEER THAT MADE
hot wiener wurst
pigs (eet at
Mam Streets near I'ostoiTice
hate him. Women love a manly man, em 'ng .asis i
just as much as men love beautifully 1 i ar'er of
developed, healthy, red-cheeked wo- .vavs
men. uiotches and pimples show wrinn
p. m. '
Mrs. N. n. Slnnott, widow of Colo-
nei N. u. Slnnott. meet at Tno uanes
yesterday afternoon. With her hus
band she went to The Dalles In the
early '60's. In connection with Mn
Jor Handley he opened the old Uma
tilla House, and nfter Its destruction
by fire, built the present hotel of that
The postal receipts of Portland for
the month of November show a mark
ed Incrense over that of the same
month last year. The recelnts for the
month were $23,117.02. while In No
vember. 1901. tho recelnts wero 20,-,j
193.21, an Increase of J2.023.78. Post
master Croasman experts tho re
ceipts for December to surpass the
same month of last year by about
A shipload of 50-pound rails Is be
ing unloaded at Portland from tho Al
lerton, a British vessel, recently ar
rived from Liverpool, and placed on
a barge, which will In turn transfer
Its load to the Oregon Water Power
& Railway Comnnnv's wharf at the
east end of the Madison street hrldse.
The total weight of the rails Is 3,000
tons, and will bo used In the construc
tion of tho company's extensions up
'the shore of the Cteekamas.
There is nothing that makes a
more suitable gift than a book
Our line of books is complete. All the new and
books are on our shelves
Special Xmas Books
In fancy binding." Real gems of book making. Our store is
a regular holiday bazaar and contains something suitable for all
FRAZIER'S BOOK STORE
A large shipment of the very latest popular
books lias just arrived.
meu. utuicnes una pimpies hiiuw n"i' r uriac
something wrong. All kinds of dis- Mnall mottle oi
eases are cured by this old doctor. It ("teas,
I HFWPT KTtSSLERt W
MANAGER OF T.HE ST. LOUI8 MEDICAL AND sUffif r
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