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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1902)
S5.00, $.00 and $7.50
$4.00 and $1.50
$1 00 to $2.50
$2.25 and $2.50
Slippers (JUc to $1.50. Shoes
$2 00 to $.50
COLLARS & CUFFS
The "Angora'- Brand all
sizes and late styles two
for 25c. The well known
"E&W," a complete as
sortment, 25c each.
Good Madras Shirts all sizes
and different Patterns to
select from. 65 C, 75c,
S5c and $1 00. Extra
Quality Madras Shirts two
Collars and one pair Cufis
to match, 75c S5; and
Initial 25c and 50c. Linen
25s to (iOc. White Silk
25c to $1.00. Fancy Silk
25c to $1.00. Mufflers 50c
50c, 75c and $1.0 J
Laundered very Fine Quality
$1.25 and $1.50. Full
BAKER COUNTY OFFICERS
' AFTER THE EX-SHERIFF.
color go to make up a sown, it Is the
darker shade that present taste will
select for the handkerchief.
While notuinj? can 1 sn d u d a
paraRoment of the long coat. It must
be ndmltted that the cnveloi -lug ca -e
has returned with something of mid
den favor. This cape Is developed In
pale tinted and wline cloths nnd or-
..nnipntfil with moire wiiuroiueij um.
A. H. Huntington Now In Ohio, Will )l0Rvy Hk braids. The lining Is usu
Be Brought Back to Face tne ay f ermine or same.
ew lorn, wee. 1.1. nocu-iy ji.ai ,.,. ,., sbon ders an
New Patterns at popular
prices. Large assortment
of Tecks, 25c, 50c to
$1.25. Shield Bows 25c
Shield Tecks 25c and 50c
Four-in-hand all the new
widths 25c to $1.25.
We have just received a new
Line of Hats, especially
for the Holiday trade.
The new shapes and colors.
See them. $2.50 and
BAER & DALEY
One Pttce Clothiers Ft nish
es and Hatters,
SATURDAY. DECE.MBEK 13. 1002.
An Interesting Relic.
At the Weston hank the other day
a few people who happened to be
, present were permitted to look upon
a curious hit of paper money, so yel-
i low and torn with age that Us nature
a "shin plaster" of revolutionary
times, and may have lined the pocket
England has ordered more tlr.-M nn nn .
.class warships for sea in view of ' f ley - Forge On e
Thin ice on the rails of New York's
new "third rail" street car system
could scarcely be determined. It ls elairu that dressmaking is an art
I T-l (iui thfin n -n slit C -.-l mr thnnn tt
roes-Experts Examlng Books. The prettiest of the lot m
.. Vnrk nee. la.-Soclctv Just ' Monte Carlo el.ee now ho jctira
now is worshipping at the shrine ofcapel. oyer in. -" " ml8
Uie debutante. . i !,'" ' imrnrtnimtelv these two
And shall we say that the debutante 1 8tvtls mug't w avoided by the woman
' Is paying homage to Dame Fashion? . diminutive flgure. because of the
j This might savor of spltefulness. hut , t,mt thcv mnk( for width.
I it is nearer the truth than to say she iIujecti wi,nt the short, stout sister
lis worshipping at society's shrine. ll00l, ,mlPt NVem this year Is not of si
, From earliest childhood the young nim., importance to her as what s-he
woman of wealth nnd fnshion is drill- J sliotiltl not wear, for fludins whnt U
ed iu the conventions of the world1 becoming Is n comfort in itself, since
m which sne moves; imt an mio train t Ptin be worn witnoui uouger m
ing of a lifetime ennnot Instill intoiuuv tule. The many-caped wide
her that Indescrlhahle something. , s,,,.ved coats already refeired to ai(
which we inadequately call chic. It 1 llgnllst bur. then there are tin hang'
must either he Inborn or she ini;st!lng draperies from the hat whkli
hire someone to select her gowns to , tunij at onCt to shorten the neck and
i whom this talent has been given ,jwarf the figure. Aggravating this
Pretty gowns ls always a fasclnat- effect is the tulle bow, front or back,
Ing topic, but the modes this season , wi,,.j, seems nttle less than Indls
are Irresistibly alluring. There ls so sensible.
much individuality about them. And untg f0r afternoon and evcn'ng
Individuality Is the keynote of lash- maje 0f fur and Irish lace are von
Ion. The simplest bodice Is smart gnmrt. The lace Is appllnued or
only as it Is distinctive nnd the ener- rati,er imbedded lu the fur in a very
gies of the modistes are concentrat- artistic manner, so thnt no other
ed toward originality in everything, trimming is required. One is glad of
( One may run the entire gamut of tns act too. when it is considered
dress materals and In the end find 1 tuat these "extremely simple" chn
uothiug more popular than the ever-1 ,,eaux rauge from $L'5 to $250 dollars
adaptable chiffon. It is used exquls- Nothing in the list of approaching
, Itely In a debutante frock with a rose Yule-tide gifts Is more appropriate
. pattern arranged In lengthwise stripes ti,an n scllrf ,,r muff of fur. or both
, upon the skirt. The Mowers are all Jf the uonor wishes to he very gener
I full of pink-shaded silk, joined byl0HS Some of the prettiest of the
spangled vines. nPW squirrel scarfs and muffs hnve
All over the rest of the surface of tlie Bkus Bewn together in a slanting
the chiffon, at not Infrequent Inter-. i..0 t)l!,t ipaves n distinct ridixe in
vals are strewn clusters of rose and i the cetur of the garment and gives
! silver paillettes to represent dew rfeh.r lustre to the fur. It is to be
drops. The sleeves are furnished with -specially noted that squirrel has
a ruffle at the elbow and the bodice 1)eeu raised from the lowly estate of
Is decorated elaborntely with roses a nnllg tnls seag0n to the most fash
and spangles to match. Underneath , i,1Ilni,i., m1t nf thp venr
i is woru a slip of palest pink satiu, ' Othol. ,,rottv scarfs are in Empire
, which, by the way. is growing more effec,8 for taping the head nnd
and more popular. shoulders. They are in white, with
Debutante gowns while simple In small printed squares of the same
effect are rich in material and the colol. SBt oft- by a UE0W band of.
' costliest trimmings ornament them. j,BrBlnl, at either side, rather a con-'
Wild roses, summer daisies in white tra3t ,0 thv gav abaresques used
and yellow and all sorts of unpreten-1 earlier in the season
jtious blooms are eiubroldeied or, 0!itri,.Ui which, dear knows, have
hand-painted, with additional trim- been costlv enoUBh a1 aonK are ds.
mlngs of silver or gold and lace that 1 1))nve(, , a strlUnBly llew guise. Thv
make the price of such a gown well qu!ll!. iu.e hsl,Iy 110llaliert and stud-1
i nigh fabulous. lU.(1 wlth Jniitation or real gems,, as ,
, "iet many ambitious young women ! 0Ile eau affortI 0i1Vatlng tlu, necessl-.
, accomplish much of this work them- ty of conccang t1GI11 ,m,ei lb. rjr-,
selves. It is certainly an easy mat-, ulation rosotte , lat. , or ()lher m.
ter to select a simple white net nnd i rni Tim imn.n-..i Pni,in., lir. i
embroider it in any design that hnp-uates Umt the idumes be draped
pens to strike the fancy. For the,aL.r0i!S the crm.u ,)f the m so lhntj
heneflt of those who like variety lt'the feathered d wave bol-.v the'
may be stated that flowers have bybrim whlle th(1 Bem.Btuildt J i 111 !
'no means a monopoly, upon fashiona-j 8tan(,s out in front, alone i-i '.s
hie schemes of decoration. Silver gorv. MAUDE GRIFFIN.
nnd gold tissue combined with satin
' iiunV emC "bunclld" ,iuto tI,e Foils a Deadly Attack.
, similitude of grapes, cherries, cur-, , , ,
rants and all sorts of fruits, while' M' wlfe vas Bu 111 that sooi phy-l
the unembroidered surface is span-! s'cians were unabl to help hor,"i
gled with sequins to correspond. .writes M. M. Austin, o- Winchester,)
Plainer gowns are ornamented with lnd-. "but was completely cured by
lace, but usually two kinds are used; Dr. King's New Life Pills." They'
j to accomplish the fashionable effect ; work v. ondrrs in stomach and liver
i Irish and filet Is a chic combination troubles. Cure constipation, sick
nnd especially pretty. ' headache. Twenty-five cents ut Tail-
And. too, t,he effect Is curous and it ! man & Co.'s drug store.
requires something like genius to do-
nil of this. There are those who i r-nr,,.c
I lift 1- nOT ironnninn rlnolrno n nnr.
rather than a trade Surely there is Ieapondent la every town and locali-
llV" 11 'V. 1 11 '""e3.1 1 ty of the county. Regular newspaper
mmm mra hot g.u. .
DO YOU SOFPOSE that eomptny m, , ,
nmud n-uuuilon ot 16 Tears ct contlnunin ,iZJl. ot Ism
r. -7.7 I.ti.rt "ah would r..!.
. . . . . ... r'1"'' '")uurRtT.i
01 sun (n-eaior buccc uj iiune w luim any otntniiTl" 0u
DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make MchJ?, BU )" s
denco In the nattstylwr quality of our eooist ueaaMi.
WE KNOW we can pleaae you and aaro yon Bum.. . ""Si
direct from our dlatlllerr to you, with all lu orfoin.i25? ' OlT.
mil tnn mrnniDiaul uid ucn'cra. i nil: b h. . w n un. mt.
uipbci irum nun fiiKiii .
mti rriTeniS MlHafjIj1
jm v aw nn
mm ViliUU ki
-r Ml j. a-mA TVT T I LIT T I T . rtTt a mnn a . .
OLU kyjs ior m.w, una we wm pay ine express chanres. rv-- lV1J
the whUkcy, try it and IX you don't find it all rleht and tw pSS !oar
drank or can buy from any body cUo at any price. thenwTri iJiW
- . JWU UJf UHTI Tt
tTf POrtdS tin not DICaSO TOIL Won't TOU Ifii Its tunA "warn
abip In a plain scaled case; no marks to show what's Inside. 1
1 1 fmi ttmrt n aft ftnnii. n .tan m.
...It.n tl IUI - - vrtDiii iZ
Write our nearest olllce and do it NOW.
THE HAYNEIt DISTILLING COMPAUT
8T. PAUL, mlFIN. DATTON, OHIO ST. L8MI.M
I " t M-rHMM TlMli mm m
Mrs. Laura S. WpU
Vice-President of Women's Democratic Clubs of Nc-tisa ul
1UEUK AKK JLiXV
sickly w omen be
tween the u.ijes of
45 mid , but there aro
very few invalids over 05
and CO years o age. The
change of life coming to
a woman near her forty
fourth year, either makes
her an inraiiil or jrives
her u new lea.se on life. Those who
meet this change iu ill health sel
dom live ten years afterward, while
u woman who lays aside the active
duties of womanhood in health sel
dom fails to live on in happiness,
years after she has passed CO. This
is truly a critical time.
Mrs. Laura S. 'Webb, of Toledo,
Ohio, recognizes the chaugo of life
as u dangerous period and she also
lias faith In Wine of Cardui. She
"As I hid always oeea troubled more
or less at the menstrual period, I dreaded
31 rt. La urn S. irvtt.
iUm L. JK,
f ast apptoufca?.
tint ihe vu I
decided to fay a fx
penencsi soot id
L tl . .
lot ata a
Wine of Cardui wiD be i j
at this time."
. Si I ... I .1 .
ru-iuiurcg u wuuua anus
that comes with tha tix
n re-c8taDiiines nasw
after years of suffering.
this it has eared ttisera
lexers Inst in time, w
until suffering is npoa j
ough preparations shooM I
In advance. Berin ths
Cardui treatment todij.
and the inscription below, "Mind
Your Own Business." On the reverse
i wlilf niiTvenrR n ilesion nf rincs within
has blockaded traffic In that city very rlngai the date of February 17. 177G,
iuucu 01 mie. nnil thp wonls. "Prlntel bv Hall 4i
by this season's fashions. Speaking
further concerning the use of Irish
and filet laces, motifs In these ef
rates will be paid for all Items. Spe
cial rates for exclusive news of iin-
feet- am devSl,' joined' with raised ft0""' Write for r'-
i .1.1 i. ii ..'.
ULUUIUIIIUIJ IU B' JlCUUIUUIj
beautiful warmth of tone. .
An ivorj' white eomiiiK-out frock Remember that a Pendleton Indian
shows this combination of laces join- robe 13 a "aeful ani appropriate gift.
Secretary Hay has explained to Dr.
Harran, the minister from Colombia,
that Immediate action must be taken
concerning the Panama 'canal.
Poor cooking and untidy house'
keeping was the underlying cause of
the severing of martial lionus or 400
couples iu Chicago last year, accord
ing to Ernest P. Ilycknell, general su
porintendent of the Chicago bureau of
Questions as to how it will be pos
sible to enforce the payment of
Great Britain's demands upon Vene
zuela without costly military opera
tions and whether it would achieve
desired results, ave being asked iu
The secretary of the Interior has
nent to the house the draft of a bill
to permit bimto sell timber and other
natural products from the forest re
serves and for providing the granting
of permits for the location of hotels,
mills, etc., on these reserves.
ru iuiu -!., ...in. i .r .....,
Sellers. Philadelphia." On both sides l"' ,h ".! .7, , ,
l as iteen In iior Posslss on ior .u and tQUch of lmstllrtIum VPlV(1, at
years. It was presented by her ,i,, ,, ..,,
mother, who in turn received It fioni , '''I ft wd prists
W mnH,Qr n,l (l.iic J,..o In th. ' . ruouiuun Hum ul u.cmj octuit. uiu-
famlly for three generations -
Saved at Grave's Brink.
Athena lt,ess' Almost every day brings
smut; uv ugui ui irjuilliui iu
! view. The very latest device for im
, parting "flulllness" to evening and re
ception gowns is a lovely new chlf-
a million ciaB
"I know I would : ng ago have been ,,,., .,,i,, i ,,., .,
In my grave," writes Mrs S. H. New- bout jt , offored onl. ,u back
a rm rf rn tl T Ala "If If toH irtf 1 . .
" " " and wlilte, of the two colors com
UCCll IUI AJIIWIB A' Ul IU1CD
blued, but they mingle well with light!
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
years I suffered untold agony from the ,mki nml green and tIlC nelltrai
wurst lurjua ut iiiuicuixuu, wuvui- tints.
brash, stomach and bowol dyspepsia. : a "fad which is rather au accessoo-1
But this excellent medicine did me a ( than a dotail of trimming comprises j
world of good. Since using it 1 can a aet ot haudkerchlefs dyed to mntch i
eat uEanuy ana nave gainea jo eacu gown. The vogue has Just ar
pounds." For lndlrestlon, loss of np- rived from Paris and Is creating
petite, stomach, liver and kidney something ot a furore in Gotham.
troubles, Electric Bitters are a posl- Scarcely anything in the form ot a
Itlve, guaranteed cure. Only 60 cents hem or border Is allowed In these
fat Tallman & Co.'s drug store. handkerchiefs nnd it two shades of
Coiunl,.!,, KxtermU uiul tutei-ttal
1 leatiueut for livery Uuiuor.
Coi..i,ii,k , Utmi.a ..j,. , to
" tliv ini. .i ,1 ,.(. . citn-i-ujk (h.o.
Oar work is admired by &
The Domestic Latmto
Court and Thompson Sts., Pendleton
A 41IUtc -!
. ili-liifunu iklu, iiml
clau.aml.,!! .aim, n-nw. fun 1 '
Clit I MIO nun r IWWU. Lur llww fn,.
FflLLiNG SIR p-"l,if,,.!a.lS5K
The jury in the Alkln murder trial i
at Hlllsboro, failed to ngreo.
Raspberries which ripened iu De
cember are on exhibition in Fair-
Mrs. H. H. Stone, a pioneer of Til
lamook county, died at Ashland Fri
day of heart failures
San Francisco physicians now say
that tho reported cases of beubonic
palgue In that city have proved to
be nothing but chicken cholera, a
J. D. Hlbbs. who owns a large gen
eral merchandise store at Gaston,
was held up nnd robbed of ?30 nnd nl
check for ?29, by two men, as he was
closing his store Friday night.
An Eastern Oregon man will be
elected president of tho new Portland
Board of Trade. A split has occurred
in tho board over irrigation. The two
factions will each elect a act of officers
II. A Anderson, who was recently I
arrested on a charge of perjury, nl-
leged to havo been committed In the
giving of testimony last summer '
while several homestead contest cases I
were being heard, has been given on ;
examination before the United States
commissioner nnd discharged and tho
complaint dismissed. 1
....THAT POSSESS INDIVIDUALITY....
Pictures distinctly different from others, and very unique.
Art Calendars, the newest ideas.
A great prolusion of all sizes and all styles
fait in love with our dolls,
BOOKS All the PoptdarBOOKS
For gifts Books are always appre-
In special bindings
.VERY SWELL STATIONERY
See us before making your selection.
FRAZIER'S BOOK STORE
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INCENTEK OK BLOCK
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Tuesday, December 16
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EIGHT GORRRnns snwMRR ill1! AW- UA
j I Seats on Sale at Fraziers Book Store.
1 1 ' Regular Prices.
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