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I APPEAL FOR BOERS
Sa.un. $0 00 and $7.50
$4 00 and $1.50
$1 00 t - $2 50
Initial 25s and 50; Linen
25c to GOj. White Silk
25c to $1.00. Fancy Silk
25c to $1 00. Mufflers 50c
PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS.
Expensive Articles Have Been rder
ed First Lot of Trees Reaches
Walla Wolln. Dv. ".-PreiiMo-Moms
for the holiday season are InditR
made r.IUlv. and all the 3tc.ri.-s bear
.mute evidence at ';;
Native Boer Missionary Touring the , Ssntn clans An unusual!) large
Coast-Was Chaplain in Botha's display or holiday ""'i!?";.
Armv-Now Seek,nB Aid rWr
tltute Widows and Orphans of the eXxnivv articles have been
Transvaal. oidernd ami they are being centrally
Ke Sere Sonson n Hoer minlsiei. bouiflit so merchants reiort
.i I tii first lot of Christmas trees
sent t.v Ins countrymen as one of the The first 10 o. mc
$2.25 and $2.50
Sappe.s 00c to $1.50. Shoes
$2 1(0 to $.n()
COLL RS A: CUFFS
The "Angora'" Brand all
sizes anJ late styles two
for 25c. The well known
'EiW.' a complete as
sortment, 25c each.
50c. 75c a til $1.0 )
Laundered very Fine Quality
$1.25 and $150. Full
line f'-n - . .
Mountains, to be uscu ior uevoiuit",
purposes. Each Christmas calls for,
scores of pretty trees and they are,
secured b mountaineers who soli,
them as ordered at fairly reuumerni
tlve prices. The regular trees for use,
at Christmas time are brought In a
dav or two before the holiday. A .
liln Hon- ..f lilu nriumiru In th. cltv. uMimmnt nf llllllV a till mlSllClOe
He addressed the congregation at 'has been received and divided!
the Congregational church last night i amongst the merchants, who make nj
at the conclusion of ltev Edward's . specialty of holiday goods I
l 1. .. f ... i ....... pii.u til
I nnnisi the churches of the United
States In behalf of the widows and
' orphans of South Africa, spent Sun
day and Monday in this city.
U". Sonson did not announce his
coming In advance, and very few ueo
The Orange of Marion county nasi
passed strong resolutions in favor of
the Lewis and Clark fair
STIFF 13 OS-
Good Madras Shirts all sizes
and liftf-reit 'atterns to
select it am (inc. 75c,
85c ar.l $ 00. Extra
thiaiitv Madras Shirts two
'"nl'ars :n.! one pair Cutis
'.' n. '.n 75c S5 and
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, especiallv
for the Holiday trade.
The newshapesjand colors.
See them $2.50 ami
UER & DALEY
PAce Clothiers Furnish
ers and Hatters.
OREGON TAKES FIRST PRIZE.
MOXDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1902.
Morrow County Bull Leads the Ex
hibits at Livestock Exposition.
A telegram from W O. Minor from
Chicago says: "Rolando, the Oregon
one-year-old. Shorthorn bull, took
first prize and topped the sales at the
International Livestock Exposition
Spam has offered to purchase two (here today."
uovi warships and one cruiser from , This is not only a victory for Mr.
Chill. ! Minor, but for Morrow county and
The heaviest snow storm of the; Oregon as well. It demonstrates the
season occurred Saturday In Kansas, f3" that Eastern Oregon Is especial
Nebraska. Iowa and the Dakotas. 1 adapted to stockralslng. The wln-
rr-. i,.i , rrii. i-i nlng of this prize is one that .Mr.
rJX Minor. Heppner and Morrow county
may well feel proud, as It at once
rado. made a bonfire of J5000 worth
of confiscated gambling tools Friday
President Roosevelt Friday was
presented with a card of honorary
membership in the Brotherhood of
A Rock Island train ran into a
brol.en rail near Terrlll, Texas, Fri
day and was badly wrecked. The en
gineer and fireman were killed.
A nrivate bank at Hiilsboro, New
MeAicu. was held up in broad day
llglr. Wednesday The lobbers took
$30.w and lied to the mountains.
Ar automobile train service la to
be Inaugurated iu France Each car
riage will carry M) passengers and
wll; maintain a speed of 62 miles an
Svi retarj Hitchcock has ordered
the suspension of action in the gen
eral land office on timber land entries
In Oregon. Washington and Califor
nia, He has also ordered an investi
gation of timber entries in Oregon
placed the Mountain Valley stock
farm among the foremost of the na
tion. It will tend to stimulate the
breeding of fine stock in Eastern
Oregon Much has already been done
along these lines In this section by
.Mr. .Minor and others, but this last
victory, won in a contest against
stook from all over the world, places
Oregon right up in the front row as
a livestock producer. Heppnor
In broken English he painted the
condition or his countrymen and na-,
t!ve land before Mm opening of the
1!o-t war Peace and plenty relcned
everywhere The God-fearing people.
temperate, virtuous and religious.
1 were contented, thrifty and happy.
' The war swept like a blighting wind
across the land and It now lies bar
ren and wasted Villages are de
stroyed, homes burned down, those,
of the leaders who were not killed j
, are in British penal stations at St.
Helena, and elsewhere. Orphan chil
dren are quartered with relatives,
whose means are exhausted on ac
I count of the destroyed Industries
i Rev. Sonson was born and has been
j reared in the Pletormartlnberg dis
trict of the Transvaal. 90 miles north
of Pretoria. He was educated at Jo
( hannesburg and is working under the
, London Congregational Socleti
He was a chaplain In the armies
under Generals Hotha, Crouje and De
laray He was In th battles ot Co
lenso Kopje Modder River and the
He says he hab suen the Kntllrt. eat
grass, to keep from starving, so com
plete was the devastation of their
country by the British. It was with
great difficulty that he succeeded in
getting away from South Africa on
his present mission, as the English I
watched the ports so closely. .
He embarked at Zanzibar. Porta
guest' Africa came to Singapore.
inula, tnence to tokohama. Japan
and thence to Victoria. B. C.
At Singapore he experienced a ty
phoon which almost wrecked the
vessel They were delayed for days
on account of bad weather.
His description of the fartiway
I country, told so simply, yet so graph
, ically. brings the Boer war a step
nearer to America than by the bare
press dispatches. 1 .. , , . ,
He will sail for Singapore from. Baking leave your orders for
Victoria in a few days, on his return cakes or pastry of any kind,
to Africa. He has been warmly wel-J Lodges and parties supplied at
coined at every' point In the United very low prices
1 States and goes homo pleased with j
the result of his mission.
As an illustration of the extent of
the education of the native Boer mln
1 isters and missionaries, it is worthy
I of note that Rev. Sonson speaks six
languages witch. French. Portu
guese. Kaffir. Bucheana and English.
but if you have
dtitroyi and with
tr It like this.
"Destroy ihc cause
you rtmovt th
No Dandruff, no
Falling hair, no
Baldness, If you
KILL THE GERM
For sale by all druggists. Price $1 jj
the WiHskte d
.inuit r. . . .
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Opp. W; & C. R. Depot
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Low Cssh Prices
Prompt Delivery !1
Best Groceries... j!
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill o
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
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land, all in
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STATE OF OHIO. 1
CITY OF TOLEDO. )ss
LUCAS COUNTY, )
Frank J. Ohenej makes oath that he la
the senior partner of the lira of F j.
Cheney i Co.. doing business In the city of
Toledo, county anil state aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay the sum of Oue
Hundred Dollars for each and erory case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
nse of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this 8th day of December. A.
(Seal.) A. W OLKASON.
Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken Internally
and acts dlr-ctly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system Send for teati
P. J. CHUNKY A CO., Toledo. O
pom uy an urusxists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tbe best I
Miller Grocery Co.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Exposure to a sudden climatic
change produces cold in the head and
catarrh is apt to follow. Provided
with Ely's Cream Balm you are arm
ed against Nasal Catarrh. Price 50
cents at druggists or Ely Brothers. 56
Warren street. New York, will mall
it. The Balm cures without pain,
does not irritate or cause sneezing.
It spreads Itself over an Irritated and
angry surface, relieving Immediately
the painful Inflammation, cleanses
and cures. Cream Balm quickly cures
Correspondents Wanted. ,
The East Oregonian desires a 'eor-j
respondent in every town and locall-j
ty of the county. Regular newspaper'
rates wll) be paid for all Items. Spe-,
clal rates for exclusive news of Im
portance. Write for further partlcu-j ,
The supreme court of Georgia holds
that failure to give medicine to
children .when 111 .is not a violation
of the laws of the state. The decis
ion Is regarded by Christian Scien
tists as a vindicatlpn of their doctrines.
The bodies of Cooley and Martin,
the civil engineers who wero drowned
in the Tumwater near Everett, Waalu
last week, have been recovered.
are almiy mppUeii our pnlroui.
Good meat, well touted makes a
meal complex, full Height and
prompt deliver) .ire feature, of our
buaiuei. which is j-'ruwIUK rapidly
O f K T s 1 It K KT
Ho user's Old Stand
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Js now in operation in Pendleton. Prew
to have your mail Delivered projwrly. fft
have Hfiuse Numbers, large and distifcl
Door Plates with your name plainly engnr-
ed inside your Homes tiiroui'ii inesesiw
. If Ml
Arrange to Bhut out the cold. Iron iviaiiooia
u.ili Innl.L, M"oi'l .nt.fc.nfll.cnfo Wilt ilj
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY FOR
T. C. TAYLOR THE HARDWARE
Our work is admired by &
The Domestic LatfflAf
Court and Thomnson Sts.. Fendleion
PDA7CD ADCD A nil
1 1l-H UI Lirt V
Mrs. Mary Parhani. one of the old
est pioneers of Southern Oregon,
died at Ashland on Sunday, at the j
age of in. She bad resided continu
ously In that city for 30 years.
Private Ernest Thompson, of Fort'
Stevens, has been found guilty of ar-,
eon by the court-martial and sontenc-1
ed to 20 years in prison. He will boj
placed in the Leavenworth. Kan., nen-
Three men were arrested Sunday
evening at Ashland on suspicion of
being the highwaymen who held up'
the drant's Pass-Willlaraa stage on I
Saturday. The men are Frank Mil
ler, of Spokane, George Moody and
The body ot a miner named Ryan,
of Butto. Mont, was found Sunday in
an outbuilding of Salt Lake City. It1
Is thought he Is a victim of "knock ,
out" drops, administered In a drink
of liquor at a saloon near by, as J50
la linnajn . ri 1 n ., 1 . f n mloalnn '
Ingram, the guard of the Oregon
penitentiary, who was shot by con
vict Merrill last summer, Is circulat
ing a petition to present to tbe leg
islature, asking for a small donation
to assist him In starting a small bus!-
Tha petition is being generally
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Pictures distinctly different Irotn others, and very unique.
Art Calendars, the newest ideas. '
BAKER & WELCH
BAR IN CONNKCTrON
IN CENTER OK BLOl'K
BET. ALTA & WEBB HTr
Tuesday, December It
E. J. Carpenters Famous Production.
A I j i t A.-i..iof
fifiJNBAXlUN OF THE YEAR AW A L'Jlo
I DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS i
A great prolusion of all sizes and all styles. The children
fall in love with our doll:. ?
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in special bindings. I or gilts Books are always appre- S 'w
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Seats on Sale at Frazlers Book Stort-