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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1902)
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$6.00, $J0.00 to $20.00
Winter Gloves.25c to $1.50
Winter Mitts, 25c to $J.25 I
iviens aps, 25c to $5.25
Winter Underwear, each,
50c, 75c, $ J. 00 to $3.00
50c to $2.50
KAMELA MAN FINDS
To Be Played ThU Afternoon by ' g
Spokane and Walla Walla. j
Ti-.ii. tr.iu rw If The Slo-ltl
kane hlph school football team atrlv-'j
Ml In this city yesterday afternoon
AN OLD MISTAKE, preparatory to meeting the local
1 'hleh school twys this afternoon on
After Fifteen Years, It Is Found That the Whitman jtroiinda. This Is the
Deed Did Not Cover School House , wcond panie. we nrsi wu.f. rj
Site-No Dancing to Be Allowed ' hane Th.nyi
in This Man's Building.
There is, one school house In Uma
tilla county that Is owned by a pri
vate person It was built by the
district has been used continuously
for 15 years as a public school build
in R. yet a slight mistake In a deed
makes it the property of the man
who bought the lnnd it stands upon
About 15 years aso. when the pop-
result will be of considerable Interest O
to local enthusiasts. m
BAER & DALEY
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS,
FURNISHERS and HATTERS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1802.
Constables and labor leaders Thurs-'
day raided a counterfeiting plant at
Chicago, arrested .Melts, the propri
etor, captured 10 plates and 100.000
counterfeit union cisar labels. '
Men and women- fought for eoel in i
a coal yard of Boston Thursday. Po-,
lice were overpowered In the' mad ,
scramble and rv-enforcements had to
be called out to keep the coal from!
toeing stolen. j
Eight per cent of the impulation of ',
this country is still illiterate. In
Germany only 1 per cent of illiter-,
ates exist, and in Bavaria. Baden,
"Wurtemburs and Scandinavia there
are no totally uneducated people.
Ac official expose of the specific
methods used by mill operators in!
petting possession of belts of Ore-'
son timber for mill purposes, has just '
teen recehed by the registers and
receivers of land offices in Oregon'
The entire body of 1002 students'
of the University or Kansas, under1
the direction of the Taculty. began j
an organized search Thursday for
the wife or Proressor Barber, who
disappeared from her home verv sud-;
denly Thursday morning. j
The English language is to be sys-j
tematically taught in Mexican!
schools. English being deemed as
necessary as Spanish for commercial ,
life. More Mexican children than
ever before are being sent to the
United States for education. '
The aggregate capitalisation of the
industries in Pittsburg is more than
52.500.000.000 The production of i
teel in Pittsburg in 1S01 equaled half
that of Germany, twice that of
Trance. Ave times that of Russia or
Belgium, and 25 time that of Spain
Dr. Frederick Mueller, assistant tn
"Professor Adolpb Lorena. the famous
Austrian surgeon, confirms the re
jKrts from Chicago that an orthope
dic hospital is to be established in;
this country and that he (Mueller) 1
would be at the head of the instltu-!
A. J. Mlnard. Chicago.
Comeaux Bechenua. New York.
J. W. Burley, Denver.
J. J, Burns, Portland.
A. D. Chase. Portland.
Many Jones. Portland.
D L. Rosenfield. San Francisco.
Ed Blackburn Sau Francisco.
Boscoe Oakes. Portland.
Emil Rapt. Chicago.
E. J. Ellison. Portland.
J. L. Marston. San Francisco.
C. H. Wesler. Louisville.
Henry Lewis. San Francisco.
George, Roberti. Portland.
E. King. Chicago.
Thomas Punder. Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Moore. X. T.
R. W. Phillips and wife. Portland.
F. I). Weatherby, Boston.
M S. Dorris. Eugene.
T. TV. Dickey. Amity.
J G. Darling. Spokane.
O. B. Prall. Spokane.
George Harris. Portland.
Andrew Nylander. Portland.
T. Oahaean. South Pole mine.
J. H. Kloeckner. Spokane.
Charles Miller. Echo.
S. TV. Leoncy. Portland.
R. A. Seeds. Spokane.
J H. O'Xell, Portland.
STATE OF OHIO.
CITV OF TOLKIH1.
Trunk j' CtitDr mK th tlisl he Is
Dm- wnlnr iwrtncr of the firm of 1 1
CfcnT & Co.. doing bwlnf! In the rlty of
ToMa. cnat! awl rorr-. "u"
that tald firw will (wy the mm of One
MttBdred Dollar!, for rart D1 ererr cum?
nt ftrrh tht rnnot he cored hv the
we of Hall Catarrh Cure
Sworn to before me and sutwrlhed In
. . . n? tMnnher A
ulation of kamela was something use j,-
50l. a man named Corbett. deeded the (Seal ) A w- GLEAPOX.
district an acre of land on which to ,,lT
build a school house. The deed was : .?", ;,w,ir M the ,M and mneons
accepted and a house costing $S00 1 .nrfare of the" system. Send for testl-
as built There were 50 scholars in -nooluls free. ,
Kamela at that time The woods ?nM S: M "
wire settled up thickly with sawmill' nail's Tamlly PHI are the best
men lumber ana tie maKers. wooa
choppers and railroad graders. The Biggest Tree In the World,
s.-hool house has been the pride of Thp Mc lrw reoentjv defwrilHHl by
the district for these long years. a'ie 5cjentinr American as the larg
the populaUon has dwindled down to,egt ,n thg worfl g ontdone by an
a shadow of Its former self. o.her wh,ch ,ms Just bwn sported
Two years ago E. Sawyer bought from p,,,,. Thls newlv fond tree
the Corbett land and went to look .asured six feet from the ground is
into the records of that portion Une15l) fee, and eicht ,ncne ln (.(reuni
on the Union county side of the sira-, fprenw rom .Mch u foows lhat
niit He found that in waking he diameter For-
deed to the one acre of land for the . ... ,-j ti, mr.
... .. iuuu;ci,t tut- tier i
!fLhrf. ".i'nHn'entment reserve and wl!1 therefore!
I'maderplacing th actual site rte 8t,arK 01 ,he nSa"aDlt'
miles east of the land occupied by '
I the Kamela school house. 1
As Mr. Sawyer htd bought the
land and all its appurtenances, the
I school house belonged to him and the
' district owned a lone acre down
among the tamaracks, six miles from
A contract wns made with him by
which, in consideration of $10, a per
petual lease upon the house was se
cured provided, however, that no
dances, improper assemblages or
I riotous proceedings should ever mar
its seating capacity.
He is a fiddler and often the young
people try to arrange dancing parties
in the building, at which he might
preside as chief musician, but he re-
lieiously keeps his promise to ban
ish dancing from his own school
Free Mail Delivi
Is now in operation in Pendleton n
to have your mail Delivered nroi
have House Numbere, large u$T
Door Plates with vour naWni.t "i dl3tut
ed thereon Mail slot for doowi xr:i e,nF-
ed inside your homes t.hrrmk Qellv9.
mes throng a "?-
Arrange to shut out the cold T i,e5.l.
with locks. Mail perfectly safe
verf convienient. i6'sj.
SEE 0DR WINDOW DISPUY FOR
T. C. TAYLOR THE "hARDWA?
KNIGHTS OF AMERICA.
Felt It Would Be a llcllef to Tear SUn
From Ilacfc. Cnrett hj CCTICUIIA.
1 had a hreatlns out all over my back.
The Itching: was .ilruost nnbearable, and at
time 1 d'lt that It would he a rvlicf to tear
Uh; skill iB ray hack. I tiled ductnns' prv
Kriptiuos, ana screnil rtmeilles, witliout
even relief. I read of your Citicx-ka renin.
du id the IndianaiwIU -ew. Atti-r three
spi'Hcuuou.s my Uuk ut iiiliing.aud by the
tiniv the Jn ol L'l"Ti' i Ki (lintnieiit nnhalt
UM.-U ihx brvakiuc out tuid tiU ditiiieajed.
.1 It Tll"!AS.
filoiDrnell atit nLUucajH', InU.
CUTICUR A THE SET SI.25
Complete External and Internal Treat,
nieut lor Hery Humor, coDiritiDF of Cm.
rrr.A oai '35c ' . t. i"-ia lb- Au of enwu
and ca5e. (tv UP ihntnient to allay
Itchlus, aud oothf aao -ai Crriccn Utoi
TET (ftOe. t-t.i' tU1 c . .iae the btool. gold
t huii shout tnewortU rTTtUpro aspCheh.
r HP., I '"J., UoioD. ' Uow lo Curt
Sortafclc for Christmas Presents are I
with Prie Baking PourrU
Sauer Kraut. Pickled Pigs Feet that are Est
.1 . TTI 1 I T r O 1 f -.
witcai rium diiu ii ocii-risiog rsuckwheat L
.iiajjic jiuj). j-niiaii "niiiuis, Aimonas, fecim
kinds of nuts all fresh and good.
Martin's Family Grocery and
The Colden Rule.
H. T Vaughn. Spokane.
John Fitzpatrick. Duluth.
James Sitnonton, Helix.
Al Barnes. Milton.
L. H. Russell, La Grande.
C. J. Kennedy. St. Louis.
Fred Siimmersett Pomeroy.
A. E. Cooper. Britton.
A. M. Elanj and wife. Milton.
Miss Bertie Elam, Milton.
R. C Yates and wife, Los Angeles.
Maud C. Yates. Los Angeles.
Clara M. Yates. Los Angeles.
Charles L. Yates. Los Anseles.
Irene C Yatts. Los Anseles.
U M. Montague. Arlington.
J. H. Montague. Arlington.
M. P Kinney. Sioux City.
Mrs. J. V. Crawford. Heppnor.
C. E. Purdy. Condon.
H. XV. Cameron. 'Moscow.
H. J. Bltldle. Spokane.
C. D .Uinker. Spokane.
H. A. Chamberlain. Boise.
V. Lemory. Colvllle.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
D. Lorryon. Virginia City.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS. i
" - ' Correspondents Wanted.
vineOr11 ielTm.r.mb15!,'"! The Eaat Oregonian desires a cor
Z ltato 1 respondent ln every town and local!-
LJ Ul LUG VklUUi; AkWJk,(M " 4Jl- JJ-
Meeting in Walla Walla and
i Walla Walla. Dec. 12. The state!
council. Catholic Knights of Ameri
! m convened In this city yesterday
.with a number of prominent Cath-
ollcs present The reports of officers j
, were presented and routine business ;
! transacted. Last eveninc the dde-
cates were entertained by a banquet (
I at St. Patrick's hall. The election
of officers occurred yesieraay. ana j undersj;;
Inpnt linlltlcian ! b
jof this city, was chosen president and 1 ourselves to establish uniform
delegate to the grand council men-, pnces for the care an(J oard ol
ing at St. Louis in May. The other,,
officers were: Spiritual adviser. ! horses by the month. One horse
Father M. Flohr. Walla Walla; rice-; to hay by the month i2 50. One
president. Joseph Weber. Falla i . .
Walla: secretary. M. P. Kelly. Wallai J s r uu.
Pendleton, Or., Dec 1, 1902 j
Our work is admired by aD
The Domestic Laundry
Court and Thompson Sts., Pendleton
is to certify that we, the) T C" 'T TTP T7TTT im
;ned, have agreed between W C 1 J 1 he QOCCll
YOUR BILL Now Open
F. J. Genres.
514. Commencing Dec. 1. 1902-
G. M. Froome
M. J. Carney
S. F. Hays
Given by the Modern Woodmen Last
Night at Walla Walla.
Walla Walla, Dec. 12. The Modern
Woodmen of America gave a masque-j
rade ball last night at Armory hall., . .
j which was well mended and very
.successful. The state camp of the;
, order meets In this oit in a short Let Morphy Frame those
itime, and the local camp has started !D. r 1 . .
In to raise funds to defray expenses -riCIOreS lor, ,lnristmas
; of entertainmeut. The dance last
night wns 'he fust effort. During the
cold season other entertainments will J
' be given.
""""""" The new huildiur.
FOR L UMBER i1 "tJ
! Garden streit, betwess C
",a,"""'""'"11"" ! Alta, is now open to &
1 Contains a wellliehttd,
lated and newly fumisisiij
Not an inside room is 1
ing. Modern inprofeaO
trie hems and baths.
is directly back of of til
Choo and Ovster House a
street, and ihtQvtaCkM
and the Queen meimi
in connection bfUsst
We can supply you with
Buildtng Material of all
sa v e
Building paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Olson & Yaa i
j Saved at Grave's Brink. 1
; "I know I would '. ng ago have been I
1 In my grave," writes Mrs. S. H. New-
som, of Decatur, Ala.. "If It had not
been for Electric Bitters. For three
years I suffered untold agony from the
worst forms of Indigestion, water-
I brash, stomach and bowel dyspepsia.!
Don't put off having the
work dene. If Murptiy
does the work it will be
good work and you will be
highly pleased, 'Best stock
of framing material.
Oregon Lumber YafdjLow cashM
Alta St., Opp. Court House! PrOUIpt
Mfs. Anne Moxley, of Monmouth.! 7ates wju be paid for all items. Spe-lBut thls excellent medicine did me a
pioneer of 1853. died Thursday, rial rates for exclusive news of jm. world of good. Since using it I can!
. em nsarcuy ana nave gained 35 p y yrjr 4 f
pounds." For indirestion, loss of ap- H. J. iYlttfOnV S
petite, stomach, liver and kidney
Best work at lowest prices.
-.id a urmi .iiuuss. j portance.
A. R. Norwood, or Cor'ailis, basilars,
been fined J50 for shipping unlabeled '
game out of the state.
Mrs. J M. Farley, postmistress at
Lexington. Wash., was found dead in
her bed. Thursday morning.
The operators in the .Malheur coun
ty oil fields have suspended for the
winter on account of bad weather.
The labor unions of Ashland have
named a city ticket, which has been
indorsed by the "citizens' conven
Frank Penrose and Clarence Blan-
chard beat up a man named May, at
Independence, Thursday, and were
flned TIB each with costs.
Write for further partlcu-
eat hsartlly and have
I petite, stomach, liver and kidney I
liroumes. Electric Bitters are a posi-l
Remember that a Pendleton Indian tive, guaranteed cure. Only 60 cents!
robe is a useful and appropriate gift at Tallinan & Co.'s drug store
The body of an unknown man. bad
1y decomposed, washed ashore on the
bank of the Columbia, near Kalama,
Nearly every laborer ln TTOutdale
lieiongs to some labor organization
That town enjoys the distinction of
being the best organized place In Or
A re&taurant man of Whatcom,
fewore out a warrant for the arrest
of J. J. Jeffries Thursday, because
the champion would not pay in full
for a meal he ordered.
Gottfried Ainstutz, of Portland,
Bhot himself twice In the head,
Thursday death resulting almost In
stantly. He had been drinking heav
iT m8 waj) in a fit of melancholy at
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Art Calendars, the newest ideas.
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A great prolusion of all sizes and all styles. The children
fall in love with our dolls.
BOOKS-A1I the Popular BOOKS
In special bindings. For gifts Books are always appre
ciated. ' yr
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See us before making your selection.
FRAZIER'S BOOK STORE
BAR IN CONNECTION
gCENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB 8T8
When Kris Krlngk Holds the Reins
you may rot anured the vehicle
right aa a trivlt. When he's the buyer
VS . H "Hi5c " uougm ngnt iiere.
! Safe, sound, reliable" Is writ all over
every carriage, ruti-about, hack and
bugjy that leaves our establishment.
Give foauta Claus free rein.
. eoglnea te the Uml, We trr
geuu for them
Babbit Metal, best In the world, In
bars. Price 1 per bar, at the Ewrt
, Oregonian Office.
i,.t the MiUerCisl
Grocery has tocS
caKing 1- ,
cakes or pastrf. d JL
Lodges and parties
very low prices.
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