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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1902)
GOTHAM PAYING HOMAGE
TO THE DEBUTANTES.
i i! 1
A' Mrs. F. Wright, of Oclwcin,
Iowa, is another one of the
million women who have been
restored to health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
A Younjr New York Incly Tolls
O of a Wnntlorful Cure:
" My trouble was with the ovaries ;
I am tall, and the doctor said I Rtctt
too fast for my strength. I Buffered
dreadfully from inflammation and
doctored continually, but got no help.
I Buffered from terrible dragging sen
sations with the most awful pains low
down in the side and pains in the back,
and the most ngonizing headaches.
Ho one knows what I endured. Often
I was sick to the stomach, and every
little whilo I would bo too sick to go
to work, for three or four days ; I work
hi a largo store, and I suppose stand
ing on my feet all day made mo worse.
"At the suggestion of a friend of
my mothers T began to take Lydia
K. Pinkham's VcRotnlilo Com-
F Bund, and it is simply wonderful,
felt better after tho first two or three
doses ; it seemed as though a weight
was taken off my shoulders ; I con
tinued its use until now I can truth
fully say I am entirely cured. Young
girls who are always paying doctor's
bills without getting any help as I did.
ought to take your medicine. It
costs so much less, and it is sure to
ure them. Yours truly, Auklaipk
Praitl, 174 St. Ann's Ave., New York
CHy." tsuOO forfeit If original of aim Utter
fmna gtrnjImiHit cannot b produced.
m tuc diidc m. m
Tho coffee habit is quickly over
come by those who let Grain-O
take its place. If properly made
it tastes like the best of coffee. No
groin coffee compares with it in
flavor or healthfulness.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At groan (Torwhera; 16c uilssc. per pirtugt.
A half section of fine wheat
land, all in summer-fallow,
north of Pendleton.
Almost a section of land in
one body, a short dis
tance north of town.
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
Pendleton, Or., Dec i, 190a
This is to certify that we, the
undersigned, have agreed between
ourselves to establish uniform
prices for the care and board of
horses by the month. One horse
to hay by the month Si2. so. One
horse to hay and grain per month
$14. Commencing Dec. 1, 1902.
G. M. Froome
M. J. Carney
S. F. Hays
Many New and Expensive Fads and
'Styles Coming From Paris Re
quires Genius to Get the Right Ef
fect. Ilakor City, Dec. 13. Ex-Sheriff A
H. Huntington, of this county, Is
short In his nccounts to tho extent of
about $17,000, and Sheriff Brown and
Deputy. Dlrtrlct Attorney Winfree
havo gone to Ohio to bring Mr. Hun
tington back to Oregon.
Tho sheriff did not take o warrant
for Mr. Huntington, although a com
plaint has been filed. It was not
deemed advisable to issuo a warrant,
as there was reason to believe that
Mr. Huntington would return with
Sheriff Brown when Informed that his
presence was required In Oregon. It
Is understood tonight t'nt he Is on
the road homo with the officers, and
will arrive here about Saturday.
County Judge Travllllon and Dis
trict Attbrney White state last even
ing that they did not know how much
Mr. Huntington was short, nor would
they know until the experts, now on
gaged in examining tho books, made
their final report. Several expert ac
countants have been engaged In
checking over the accounts of tho
sheriff's ofllce for tho past six years.
Sheriff Huntington succeeded W.
H. Kllburn, his democratic predeces
sor, four years ago, being ono" of the
two republican county officials elected
at that time. ,
Two years later he was re-elected,
again being one of the two republl
cans elected to a county office. It Is
stated that there was no discrepancy
In the accounts discovered previous
to Huntington's term.
Friends of Huntington do not be
lieve that tho shortage is due to any
willful intent on his part to defraud
the county, but is due to carelessness
In the handling of the county funds.
It Is the hope of his frionds that on
his return ho will bo able to explain
nway a portion of the discrepancy.
Since retiring from office, nml before,
Mr. Huntington has been engaged In
several large mining propositions,
and at the time the shortage was dls
covered he was East negotiating
large mining deal. Mr. Huntington
has a large circle of friends among
all classes of citizens in this county
all of whom express tho belief that he
will be able to give a satisfactory ex
planatlon to the county officials In
regard to the shortage, and while
there Is undoubtedly a shortage, they
feel confident that It will be demon
strated that It occurred without any
criminal Intent on his part. Tho
county Is fully protected, as .Mr. Hun
tlngton's bondsmen, some 20 In num
her, include some of the most sub
stantlal citizens of the county.
The Queen Hotel
The new building, 36 by 80,
recently erected by Joe. Ell, on
Garden street, between Court and
Alta, is now open to the public.
Contains 30 well lighted, and venti
lated and newly furnished rooms
Not an inside room in the build
ing. Modern improvements, elec
tric lights and'batlis. The Hotel
is directly back of of the Queen
Chop and Oyster House on Main
street, and the Queen Chop House
and the Queen Hotel will be run
in connection by Messrs.
Ofawt Jk Yaa PtryaiWoeck
Xmas Presents Going Abroad.
New York, Dec. 13. Tho outgoing
steamships bound for Europe today
carry the first big lot of Christmas
mall sent abroad this year. The ox
isting prosperity throughout the land
is evidenced by tho unusual volume
of foreign mall. Steamship officers
declare that never In their expeiience
have the foreign pouches been so
numerous and so bulky thus early in
the holiday season. Extra mall clerks
have been put on all the big steam
ships carrying the mails, but the
postomce officials are much worried
over tho prospect for next week, when
it Is expected the department will be
literally swamped beneath Its heavy
Tho money order offices throughout
the country report that In regards to
tho foreign business all records are
going by the board this year. It Is
difficult to estimate the aggregate
amount of money that the foreign
born residents of the United States
send to their friends and relatives at
home during the Christmas season
but It Is safe to assert that tho
amount this year Is away and beyond
the average. Tho most of the cash
presents are destined to brighten up
me old name in Scandinavia and In
Ireland, though largo sums also find
their way to Germany, Holland
Prance, Austria, Belgium and tho
other countries of Europe.
Discuss Henlev Plan.
Ithaca. N. Y.. Dec. 13. Tho Pnr.
nen Ainietic council meets this even
inc to discuss a nlnn to send n f!nr
Tl P 11 plf?ht fn TTnnlnv navt num mn.
11 is prooaoie, nowever, that action in
tho matter will be deferred until It Is
learned what notion tho Tlnnlnv stow.
ards take at their meeting in London
iuuay m regard to tho proposed rulo
aiming to exclude from participation
in the COnteatR nrPWH whlnh hnvn
been coached by protessionals within
u iiiuiuii ui uie opening oi me regat-
1a. mo new rule, If adopted, would
havo tho effect of nrartlrnllv ovnlurl.
ing foreljm crews from tho nnmml
regattas. From private advices re
ceived from the nthnr ildn l lo ..nth.
ered that the rowing men of England
ua a ciass are opposed to the policy
01 exciuaincr formcri crw Tinni..
and that the Indications nro thnt lha
uvw jrujusiu win do ueieated.
International Banking Co.
New York. Dec. in Thn m,.i
meeting of the stockholders of tho
uuurnuiionai iranKing Corporation
for the election nf illiwinrc
place today at Bridgeport, Conn. It
is likely that a largo number of tho
iiiuiiuuie 1.110 Assurance directors
will retlro. thev hnvlnir until
Iy al Ithelr stock to Interests Ident!.
fled with tho Metropolitan Life Insur
ance Co.. and tho Travelers' l.lfo In.
suranco Co. llmvnvnr thn RniitinMa
company will continue to bo repio-
ncuicu un mo noani or me interna
tional. Valontlnn P. Hnvrinr
dent Of tho Western Nntlnnni llnnt
will bo among those who will sever
their connection with tho Internation
al Banking Corporation. Tho author
ized canltal stock nf thn rnmnnnv la
G,000.000. and it has a suralim nf
Of Useful Presents
and Nobby Novelties
-wi i r a 7 1 f.nntiv nut off until lust a few days before Christmas when Deonlefindi
hard to get what they want because others have anticipated the usual rush and secured choice
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goods. Each year people are growing wiser m men acibwuuu ..... umcau 01 spend.
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of various kinds and styles, and now we are prepared to suit the most fastidious tastes from our bi
stock, all of which has been touched with the magic wand of fashion. HERE ARE SOME OF THE
CROSS CUTS TO COflFORT AND ECONOMY IN CA1CMY CnKlSinAS PRESENTS
Our line of parlor
goods has been
selected with an
eye to the beautiful
as well as the good
Axmirister and Smyrna rugs
Buffet for the dining room
Couch for the parlor
Dresser for the bed room ,
Easel for that nice picture
Fine rocker for wife and hubby
(jame boards for the long winter evenings
Hall tree for that vacant space
Iron beds in various colors
Just see our fine chiffoniers
Kitchen treasures and cupboards
Ladies desks and bookcases
Morris chairs and rockers
Nice combination cases and china sets
Odd parlor chairs and parlor suites
pictures, wall pockets and hat racks
Quartered oak side boards
Rockers from 75c to 40
Stands, music cabinets and mirrors
Tables for dining room and parlor
Umbrella stands and hall seats
Very nice lounges and .Davenports
Willow rockers for old and young
Xmas presents useful and pretty, all
You want from a to
Z Z 7. z z
We have a very
fine line of
and the prices
Come in early while the stock is complete, select a pretty, useful present for that dear one who
you know deserves it and we'll set it aside, attach a neat Xmas card and deliver it as you may order
Yours for a
Merry Xmas and
Happy New Year
MAIN and WEBB Sts.
Remember the Place
Yours for a
Merry Xmas and
Happy New Year
MAIN and WEBB Sts.
Going out of
All sewing machines
in stock to be dis
posed of at cost.
Come early and
select a bargain
a 1 1 .COUUT BTHKET
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO I'UT IINDKK
carrot, on ihelr.M waIIh. nr tnn
Pine DurDoae. Old ncnMiwr In ln
bundltfl of 100 ateh at 2fi eenti a hnnrtl.
at tbe BAST OKKOONIAN ofTlc, Pendl
Despain & Clark
Will pay cash for poultry. The
Market price always. Bring it in
every day and all day. Chickens,
Geese, Ducks and Turkeys.
Office in E, O. Building
Come, Get Our Quotations
Babbit Metal, beit In the world, In
bar. Prlro 1 k ..
Young man, do you desire to lay
the foundation for wealth? Elderly
men, do you wlah to insure yourselves
It bo, do aa others have done. Look
around you end see who are the well-to-do
men In the community. They
aro those who hare inv.Btod in real
However small your means, buy
real estate Commence now. I will
sell on small partial payments, or tor
cash, the following properties:
A house with 5 rooms ar cellar
nd lot f760.00
A pretty cottage and lot .. 900.00
A house and two lots .700.00
A dwelling, stable and lot . . 700.00
A (lwlling, stable and 2 lota S00.00
Vacant lots from J1G0 to 1300.
A block of U lota 1200.00
A halt block, 7 lots 800.00
A plat of 4 lots 6C0.00
A plat of 2 Iota 300.00
C. D. BOYD, HI Court Street
Dally East Oregonlan by carrier,
only 16 cents a week.
Opp. Wi "
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and see us.
tnrk of all kinds 01
,.-Ip. doot. w
dows, moulding, w
thing that is
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n li 160 lift"?"" hMt
alway on ba-