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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1902)
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Useful Holiday Gifts
ma in mnnnnnniTrn
'l HE NEW CLUB BUILDING
IS NOW ASSURED.
Men's Business Suits -Men's
Suits - - -Boys
Suits - - -Bovs
- $10, $12 to $25.
$10 to $20.
$4 to $i2.5o.
$2 50 to $6 00.
- $25o to S10.
SUIT CASES and
Each $2.00 to $1 50
CHIEFS .ND AllFUKS.
25c to $2.50
A Splendid Assortment to
Select trom. Tecks String";.
Four-m-hand and Ascots,
25c to Sl.nfl,
$5.00. $(i 00 anil $7.50
$4 00 and $1.50
NEW II AT
"The Hamlin" Shipment mst
in. $2.50 ami $3 00.
tiOc to $1 75.
OTHER ARTICLES THAT MAKE USEFUL PRESENTS.
Silk Suspenders, fancy Hose, Gloves, E. & W. Col
lars and Cuffs, Umbrellas, Sweaters, Night
Robes, White and Fancy Striped Shir s
Articles of Incorporation Filed Yes
terday Capitalized at $30,000 $10
Tiu' nuwt definite move so far to
wnrd slit- now club Iiouk' was nuuli
Msterdtn wlton articles of incorpora
item wi-ri' filed with thr rounty clerk,
u A Haitman. Jr.. It. Alexander and
I .ion Cohen were the Incorporators.
The company Is cnpltalistctl at $30
tin and was Incorporated tinil"r tru
nnnif of the Commercial Association,
u, Pendleton, Oregon. The shares nre
ti. lie divided Into SOO11 shares at ?lu
i-iifh to he sold to those wishing to
t..lce stiH-K In the company.
V cominittee has been appointed
101 several weeks to see what could
he done toward raising money for the
pew club litiildlns. hut this committee
deemed it best to incorporate first
This In ins done as soon as the lioli
oas are over this, committee will be
cm selling stock in the building It
1- estimated that it will take 2ii.-0ih
t. build and equip the lililldltm as
"upoed and the Incorporators, after
a:eful consideration, concluded that
II would t.e best to incorporate lor
:!"iini" am: have $1U,IHM more thai:
v. as needed to fall back upon in cas."
el it being needed at any time in the
inure. It Is not thought neeesmir)
thai the full $30,000 Fhoilld lie sub
scribed before the building can he
erected After the necessary $20.00i
fs subscribed the remainder can be
mised at any time.
The committee having the stock in
harge will have litttle trouble in
tnising the necessary amount and
erection of the building is now almost
assured. Everybody is nnxious for
the club building. The town needs it
ami the citizens are expected to be
lilit rul 111 subscribing for stool; The
shaves were put at Jin each so that
those with limited menus could pur
chase stock and not give this privi
lege exclusively to those with large
capital Each stockhnldei in the cor
poration will have a voice In electing
officers and transacting business for
more ii. -
tracts are surrendering to the pro
cess of reclamation, hut there is need
of more extensive operations.
An Electric Flyer.
An electric locomotive has Just been
constructed which Js claimed will
travel at the rate of from 100 to 125
...1.... l,nnr Prnm til Is It WOllltl
seem that there Is no limit to spued
i.oslbllltles. nor is there any limit to
the possibilities of Hosteller's Stom
ach Hitters for curing stomach, liver
and kidney complaints Us record of
tires during the past 50 years proves
this without a doubt, and also estab
lishes Its superiority over all other
remedies. When the system has be
mine venk and run dow neither from
sickness or neglect, you will find n
lew doses of the Hitters very benefi
cial It will give you new life and
energv. restore the appetite, purify
the blood and cure Ilatulency. head
ache Indigestion and dvs'epsln Try
Carl V. Eshelman. managei or the
Unlversltv of Washington football
team for 1902. lias been suspended
fiom that Institution for a period Jf
one year by the faculty.
Gifts for Gentlemen
what to Xay soj
GET THEM GOOD ClQARs
SPECIAL BOXES vny
HO LID A Y TRADE
El Principe De Gales
BAElK & DALEY
One Pf ice Qlothiets Fssmish-
mmmmmttA iSwi r
TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 23, 1903.
The serious effect of the drouth in
Australia Is shown by ths wool traf
fic on the railroads of New South
Wales for the current year, which is
only 34C.00O bales, compared with
527.000 in 1901.
After eight experiments conducted
with the Greatest secrecy. Marconi
announces that he has solved the
problem of wireless trans-oceanic
communication, and has successfully
transmitted wireloBs messages from
the shores of Canada to the coast of
The American tour of Pletro Mas
cagni and his Italian opera company
has come to n sudden close with the
cancellation of all dates. The culmi
nation of M. Slascagnl's woes came
at Chicago when an attachment was
made on his personal effects by a con
stable representing a local claim for
$134. As a result of the financial
difficulties, Mascagnt Is now suffering
from nervous prostration.
President Jacob G. Schurman, of
Cornell University, In an address on
the problems of the Philippines to a
large audience of the People's Insti
tute. Cooper Union, was heartily ap
plauded when lie stated his belief that
the United States must ultimately
give the Philippines their Independ
ence. A vote of the audience on the
question of Indorsing President
Schurman's views was given almost
unanimously In their fnvor.
Is Now Investigating Forest Reserve
Question in Eastern Oregon.
At the Gelser Grand hotel last
night Mr. Williamson was asked about
the forest reserve and he frankly
"I don't know. About half you peo
ple want the reserve and the other
half do not. I am investigating the
matter and will direct my efforts in
congress to please the people. I am
! on my way now to Canyon City with
! this object In view."
. Mr. Williamson's position on the
forest reserve question Is somowhat
I like the candidate for the position of
! teacher In a country school. A di
rector asked the prospective peda-
gogue "Is the world round or iiat?
The young teacher replied: "I can
teach It either way Just as the pat
rons desire." Baker City Morning
PACIFIC NORTHWE8T NEWS.
The colored soldiers of Fort Walla
Walla will give a grand ball Christ
The Pacific Lumber Company of
Carrollton Is moving Its largo plant
The bakery of Smith & Doud, of
Lebanon, was totally destroyed by fire
Attorneys for Bradshaw, the Pasco
hrakeman found guilty of murdering
Peter Nelson have made npllcation
for a new trial.
The farmers of Ladd Creek, In
Union county, are extending the co
operative 'phono lino to Hot Lake,
a distance of 10 miles from La
The La Grando Sugar Factory will
be thoroughly overhauled and repair
ed during the winter. Some new
sheds and much new mnchlnorv will
Fedoral authorities In the North
west aro finding many forged Chinese
residence papers. In the hands of lato
arrivals from China. It Is openly de
clared that some one Is getting rich
selling bogus certificates of residence
to the Chinese. Immigration bureaus. I
Many Cattle Being Fed on Butter
Creek, and Prospects Bright for Ir
rigation. W T Heeves. of Echo, is in Pen
dleton today on business
Mr Reeves says the winter has
been very mild in that section so far
and the stockmen nre feeding and
shipping great quantities of beef
Over 2500 head of beef cattle are
being fed In the Echo and Butter
Creel; neighborhood The weather
has been very fnvorable to the feed
ers, as the slightly fro-zen ground
tends to economy of feed.
Moat of this beef is going to Port
land markets, although some small
shipments have been sent to the
Sound. There Is a spirited rivalry
between the buyers from the different
markets, which keeps the prices up
und the trade brisk.
Mr. Reeves says the people of Echo
and adjacent localities are highly en
thusiastic over the prospects of Irri
gation next year. Some of the most
feasible irrigation schemes of that lo
cality will be brought to the notice of
the Columbia River Basin associa
tion, in hopes of securing immediate
action by the government or state.
Thousands of acres of excellent
land, only awaiting the magic touch
n the irrigatlonlst, lie within the im
mediate vicinity of Echo.
Each year the farmers of that vi
cinity build extensions to their sys
tems of irrigation and sow more and
All the National
in the United States could not
purchase the assets of The
Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of New York.
Tut clitvlillos of U Nulonal lUolu In the Unite,)
butet, September jo, 1941
JUmU nf TK MutuaJ Lift Int. Co. of New York, art
fcrfir thin those of inyuthtr company In exittenee,
fib n rjioiiatlon this Conpany hu paid policy
wkkk le more the any other compear In the wvrld
Write txljr for Where thai! I Injure?"
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York
IUchaid A. McCvidy, Vreeident.
SHERWOOD GILLESPY, Manager,
We hnve these celebrated high grade
IP "IP a "w v A tiv .
85 Main Street, NearPostoffb
PERFECTION IN FLnSl
Is reached in BYERS' BEST. Better Hour cannot l
1 ne cream 01 tne wiieat crop enters in Bvm' lul
- .....w.i .a iur ureaa and
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Farmers so far as actual wealth is
concerned are the capitalists of the
United States. The census bureau
report on the value of farm property
of the country estimates that the 6,
733,057 farms of the United States
aro worth $1G,C54,690,217. Of this
amount $3,600,198,191, or 24.4 per
cent represents the value of build
ings, and $13,114,492,050, or 37.0 per
cent, the value of land and Improve
ments. Farm Implements and machin
ery are worth $701,371,550 and live
stock Is worth $3,078,050,041, making
the total farming wealth over $20,-514.000.000.
Every Form of Torturing
Disfiguring Shin and Scalp
- Humors Cured by
Hi-KBtir Cche TitiUTMEST. Itathe the
attected jvuts thorctislily with Hirr Water
anil CtmceitA Soap. Next apply Concern
Ointment, tbKrtut akin cure.and lajtly take
a full llOSO Of CUTICL'KA ltESOI.VE.ST. TtU
treatment win afford instant, relief permit
rest ami aleep.aml point to a speedy, perma
nent, and economical euro when all else fjttld.
Sold ererjhere. Prtfe.Tna Skt. Il.tti or. CoTlceu
guep.Mc i Oiamejer..! HawLreirdialt iIm).jo.
rurriR Data atD rtiau. roe erope.. liualea.
"--How to Cure EcietuOH-iiece took,'.
The newest sensation, "Confessions of. a Wife,"
"The Conquest," the latest book of Oregon by Mrs.
Eva Emery Dye, "The Bridge of the Gods," illus
trated, "Wanted, a Matchmaker," and "Wanted, a
Chaperone" by Paul Lester Ford, illustrated by
Christy, and all the new fiction.
BOOKS IN SETS
We have sets of Dickens, Scott, Shakespeare, Du
mas, Smollett, Riley, Hugo, Thackery and many
Fancy Calendars in Christy's subjects, the View
Calendars, and a big line of other fancy styles.
Come in and look around before you decide on
FRAZIER'S BOOK STORE
127 and 12 Krwl Alta Htn-et
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 $12.50. One
horse to hay and grain per month
$14. Commencing Dec. 1, 1902.
That command the a;
Christmas buyers ateshouJ
ing Hundreds of rollsot
an infinite variety of piti
inc nest manuiaeturers.
1 1 . .
anu coionngs in lie tajl
styles. Body Brussels tinl
wreath and other durEtfl
patterns dow, bright colon
lou can buy any ot these carpets lor the neittwow
nearly cost. It will pay you to look at these goods and gttpti
you need carpets for another year, it will pay you to buy ot.
rr 1 1-1 . l
unoeriaKuig a specially
Colesworthy fpfee Mai, De,ivei
Js now in operation iu Pendleton. Prepcj
to have your mail Delivered properly. J
have House Numbers, large ana aisuii
Door Plates with vour name plainly ener
ed thereon Mail slot for doors. Mail deiiverl
ed inside your homes through theieeloU.
Arrange to shut out the cold. Iron Msilboies
with locks. ' Mail perfectly safe. Neat antf
SEE 0DR WINDOW DISPLAY W
M. J. Carney
S. F. Hays
I T. C. TAYLOR THE
1 I. MB
E. 0. 0ffi4
1 Price $1.00
per bar ai the
BAB IN CONNECTION
m CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB BT8
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FREE
By buying baking jiowder of ua youc" fZottj.
for Christmas presents without expending u
rtlvoii win. oi u.,1,1..., vii-Hr. The lb' 'nlu't'
books, historical works, children's boo ? ott'
We nlso give large, attractive and useim p
with baking powder. . , . . ,,1(lt in.
Knh ftlininh .wl mlalnu for the We, JUSl "
Martin's Family Grocery
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Murphy & Langever, Proprs