East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 10, 1902, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 6

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    S.IB OREGON MAY GET IT
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1902.
Come To Us
For your lumber and building
material of all descriptions and
you will save money and get
first-class stock. Wu can sup
ply you with
Doors, Windows,
Screen doors and windows,
building paper, lime, cement,
brick and sand.
We make a specialty of wood
gutter": for barns and dwellings.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alxa St., opp. Court House.
. stock Association. It seems thnt such
, a stop Is almost a necessity In view
of the magnitude of this branch of
livestock growing. There Is need of
more thorough system in mnri.tH.uf,
and handling range sheep and Its
LIVESTOCK MEETING MAY treatment demands so much time and
STRIKE PORTLAND. j study that It will "PHBn,te
organization in the near future.
Western Livestock Conditions Dis
cussed by a Local Stockman If
HIGHEST AMERICAN MOUNTAIN.
CIVIL WAR IN MOROCCO.
Pretender to Throne Preparing to
Attack Sultan.
Madrid. Dec. lO.-Dlspatches from
Fm. Morocco, allege that the pretend
er to the throne who is ill nt Taz
has assumed sovereign rights. He
has issued a manifesto nnnounc ng
that he has taken possession of the
trcAdtirv twtterlf of pins and de
pots of "arms, and says that he Intends
io attack the ai'ltmi's army as soon
roinfnrcements arrive. Uie ,
sultan is ld to be preparing a large
UMBER
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W; & C. R. Depot
Methods of Old Organizations ArejMount McKinley, Alaska. Visited by
Not Changed. New Woolgrowers j (jnted States Geological Survey
n l. n tutu...
ex....... i rU.,u.,n,. Party. i" . -m-m.- thr nre-
A Umatilla county sheepman, in Juneau. Dec 10. Mount McKinley. . arra' UB
conversation with an East Oregonlanl the highest mountain on the Amri-ten pr .
representative today, said: ron -ontiiient. has Jut been F chrlstmas gifts, go to Teutsch.i
.... by Alfred H. Itrooks and his paitj I fur
"1 want to see a strong delegation . UnUed Slates geological ' 1
sis ,iv"sTocrconTnt.on "L Jan-' ?T
uary. We are loft out in the cold. ?he ilUl
a great extent,' here In the West ,,oon rBp,(ul bv
The National Livestock Association In MM ,de
is the best agency for improvement ZlBtuU were determined from
now In the hands of stockgrowors. , ,g b Kol)erl MuWrow. of the
but Its use Is being diverted by a fewi ulBl if
schemers who seek to make - It the ' sam 8 mJntain ls ,ocated near the
uieuus m lu.e 5" ine western margn of the Alaskan range,
by high rates of transport.')''"-, poor
service and a very great shortage of I
cars In nanunng their sn .no par-1 I . , 7.
. . . . .. . Hnnk Inlet
PTfXrloLTAatZ
relieve this Intolerable situation, and , LTf, .SStoKi
Real
Estate...
Young man, do you desire to lay
the foundation for wealth? Elderly
men, do you wish to Insure yourselves
a competency?
If so, do as others have done. Look I
around you and see who are the well-'
to-do men In the community. Thoy,
are thos who have In -sted In real
estate
However small your means, buy
real estnte. Commence now. I will
sell on small partial payments, or for
cash, the .following properties:
A house with 6 rooms a: cellar
and lot $750.00
A pretty cottage and lot .. 900.00
A house and two lota 700 00
A dwelling, stable and lot . 700.00
A dwelling, stable and 2 lots 000.00
Vacant lots from $150 to ?300.
A block of 14 lots 1200.00
A half block,- 7 lots 900.00
A plat of 4 lots 650.00
A plat of 2 lots 300.00
E. D. BOYD, 111 Court Street
the result Is that our ranges have be
come glutted, home markets crowded,
shipments are slow and tho railroads
seem to take no Interest In Improving
conditions.
Ranges Overstocked.
"It is evident from all reports that
Texas cattlemen experience no diffi
culty in the rapid movement of their
stock. The reason is that they are
thoroughly organized, and have the
backbone to go right after the Nation
al Association, which in turn jabs the
roads in the ribs and the surplus live
stock is constantly on the move. In
the Western states, ranges are over
stocked. Care could not be procured
in many instances and as a result bit
ter range Vars have been forced upon
the country, when this unpleasant sit
uation would not have been possible.
If transportation facilities had been
sufficient to move the surplus stock
when it was in fit condition to ship.
"Another reason why Oregon should
send a strong delegation to Kansas
Ol over fcU.uuu iwi j
Though its summit reacnes so nigu
an altitude, almost four miles above
tide, it probably is not as difficult of
ascent as some other Alaskan moun
tains, for example. Mount St. Ellas.
because of its relatively hlgn snow
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
Btiiidmg Material
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and wirdows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
coPvtftGtrr
When Kris Krinde Holds the Reins
. .1 ai. 1.1.. i
vou nisv rest a-sureu iuv vruiur
line. As the season was well a- ripUt hh'b trivlt. "When he's the buyer
vanced. as much of his itinerary had I tne equipage is taught right here,
still to be caried out, and as It was "Safe, sound, reliable" is writ all over
no part or the original plan. Mr. j every carriage, run-about, hack and
Brooks did not attempt to pass the nupy thnt leaves our establishment,
snowline, though this point was I Give Santa Claus free rein.
reached.
To accommodate those who are par-, enU ror ,hem
tial to the use of atomizers In apply
ing llqluds into the nasal passages
for catarrhal troubles, the proprietors
prepare Ely's Liquid Balm. Price In
cluding spraying tube is 75 cents.
Druggists or by mail. The ..quid em
bodies the medicinal properties of the
solid nrenaratton. Cream Balm Is
NEAGLE BROTHERS
Btorer rawllne engines r the bt. We te
The Otieen Hotel
Now Open
The new building, 36 by So,
ohonrho ha momhriuie . recently erected by Joe. fc.il, on
and does not dry up tho secretions. I Garden strejt, between Court and
hut -hnnrrpc thom tn n natural nnd Altn c nnvv nnpn tn thf nnhKr.
City, is that Portland can get the 1904 neaUh character. E,y Brothers, 56 Contains io well lighted, and venti
convention if the state is wel repre- Warren st., N. y , afM,3 .u. iUpH rm5
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Going out of
BUSINESS
All sewing machines
in stock to be dis
posed of at cost.
Come early and
select a bargain
WITHEE
3 11 COU11T STIIEKT
sented. The meeting of the National
Livestock Association in this state
would do much to familiarize the
Eastern members with actual condi
tions here, and would have a tendency
to make the officials of that organlza-'
tions more willing to take up Western
grievances.
Separate Organization.
"If some radical changes are not!
made in the methods of the assocla-1
' Correspondents Wanted.
The East Oregonlan desires a cor
respondent In every town and locali
ty of the county. Regular newspaper
rates will be paid for all items. Spe
cial rates for exclusive news of im-1 street, and the Queen Chop House
Not an inside room in the build
ing. Modern inprovements, elec
tric lights and baths. The Hotel
is directly back of of the Queen
Chop and Oyster House on Main
portance. Write for further parUcu-j an(i the Queen Hotel will be run
,ars- ! in connection by Messrs.
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
CO UNSEti LOE-AT-L AW
U. S. Supreme Court
REGISTERED ATTORNEY
U. S. Patent Office
U. 8. and FOREIGN PATENTS
Tmde Marie arid Copyright
7 ' .Ht. X W WaHhiuKtou. D. C
Daily East Oregonlan by carrier,
only 15 cents a week.
Another Vaudeville theater will 1k
tion, it Is barely possible that a wool- started in PortlanO W A and
growers" association will be formed. ' Frank Simons, or Missoula. Mont.,
independent of the National Live-1 will have charge.
Olson & Van Poymbroeck
Proprietors
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
always on hand.
For
and
STOCK
CI irti
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vivu 1111
111 An.
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Low Cash
Prompt
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orocery Has tor!'
Bakinc lpnv t. .
cakes or pastry c uj
x-uuyc-s ana pallia
very low prices.
623 Main Stmt
Phone Mam jit'
CASH URUCbRY AND
LH VIEI Milk "J - lit
STAGE LINE
BTl KDI VAST BROi
t T a. m . lot Ukltli ul hxt
Rates: To lllot Rock, Mi KM til
turn, vi n; iDATe.ii3.nii4
ri.50; to Ututi mdntsnuHJl.
Babbit Metal, best in the
hnre. Price St cer bar. it
Oregonlan Office.
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Remember or
Glove Orde r s
when selecting
yot r Cnri s t
mas Gifts
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We have never been so well prepared to meet the wants of our ever
increasing trade. Every department is overflowing with seasonable goods,
appropriate for XMAS GIFTS, and at prices within the reach of all. Come
and get our prices and you will be fully convinced that
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Don't overlook
our Corset De
partment when
in need of
CORSETS
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Ladies Silk
$2.50 each.
Ties in the latest designs, 25c to ;'
Battenfcurg Collars, New Shapes, 25c to $1.75
each.
Chiffon Boas. The latest in Neckwear. $t.25
to $9.00 each.
Ladies Belts in the p-to date styles, 25c to $J.50
each.
Ladies Purses
$1.50 each.
in new colors and styles, 25c to
Ladies Umbrellas, elegant assortment, $J-50 to 1
$0.00 each.
Ladies Lawn Handkerchiefs, linen finished, hem-
surcnea ana emoroidered, oc to J Uc each.
Laoies Linen Handkerchiefs, hemstitched, em
broidered and scolloped, I2c to $5.00 each.
Ladies Jap Silk Handkerchiefs, and such beauties,
JOc to $J.75 each.
Ladies Kid Gloves in the late Winter shades, $J
to $2 per pair.
Ladies and Childrens Golf Gloves in plain and
fancy colors, 25c to 75c pair.
Ribbons in all imaginable colors and widths, Jc
to 30c yard.
ChiUrons: T-To4e i mnrA cilfr and VTCOl,
to $2.50 each.
jiioies ano nuarens rascmaiors,
colors, J8c to $J.00 each.
Ladies Knit Shawls, large range of styles, $J
$3 each.
Wool Mittens, fob
Ladies and Childrens
fancy, JOc to 50c pair.
Ladies Fancv Lisle Hose in dots, stripe5) P
and drop stitch, 25c to $J.50 pair.
Ladies and Childrens Underwear in JseY
and natural wool, X8c to $f.50 each.
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Make selections now while our stock is complete. If you don't want to take goods now w
wil keep them until you are ready for them.
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Mailorder
Department
The
Peoples Warehouse
PENDLETON, OREGON
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for Peerless and
Majestic Kl
Gloves. Bot
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Royal Wors
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