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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1903)
Our Annual Clearnhce Sale is in full swing
Three Great Specials
Black Clay Worsted Suits at $8. 5
Auburn Meltons at $9.60
Blue Serge at $9.60
Bargains in Overcoats, Shoes, Hats andiFurnish-
Bae & Daley
Oiie-Price Clothiers, Hattors and Furnishers
C. E. M'LELLAND WRITES OF
THURSDAY. JANUARY S. 1903.
Jeffrie iias refused to fight Cor
liott for $20,000.
f Three of the biggest coal compa
' nies In the United States have form
ed an alliance which for all practical
jmrposes will he a combination.
Miss Dora -Meek, of Centralia, III.,
went to sleep during the excitement
of .a lover's quarrel. September 2S.
.After 100 days she Is still asleep.
Cole Younger has applied to the
Minnesota state hoard of pardons for
a full pardon. The purpose of the ap
plication is to enable Younger to re
turn to his old home in .Missouri.
It is stated In railroad circles that
the request of the committee of train
men of Western systems for an in
crease in wages of 20 ir cent has
leen refused by all the roads in St.
Joseph Chamberlain has been given
a royal welcome by the Boers in
South Africa. Generals Delarey and
Botha bath attended the banquet
lately given at Pretoria in Chamber
Steps were taken at the annual
meeting or the Western railway ex
ecutive officials at Chicago recently,
for a general advance in all commod
ity rates. How great the advance
shall be was left for future determi-J
aiation. ' .
A blizzard is raging in the central
-west. Heavy snow and severe gales
are reported and many buildings
lave been damaged. Telephone and
telegraph wires are down in Nebras
ka and Western Iowa. Traffic is bad
ly delayed in Illinois by heavy snows.
The reply of the foreign powers to
"Venezuela suggesting a settlement'
without arbitration, only goes so far'
as to offer to treat for a settlement
cat of court after the payment ofj
cash or the giving of a sufficient
guarantee for the payment of $335.000 1
to each Povl"J j
W. H. O'Neill. New York.
F. II. Stow, Portland.
J. E. Miller, Portland.
Miss Brooks, Summorvllle.
Miss S. Brooks, Summerville.
Miss 51. Boner, Joseph.
?. A. Keyston, San Francisco.
Mary F. Jones, Portland.
IL'D. Hamilton, La Grande.
U A. Faick, San Francisco.
E. C. Warren, Portland.
Alex Price, Dayton.
J. D. Price, Dayton.
H. C .Harmon Portland.
L. O. Lakin, Portland.
M. H. Patton. Portland.
G. S. Youngman, Spokane.
R.- S .Caston, Spokane.
T. W. Jackson, Spokane.
The Prluc-e Arthur, a Norwegian ' w j
lark, wnsiwreck'eil January 2, on the I T 'h
Wl chlnnln.; tint ' '"' "
tery. Out otsthe crew of 20 only two i
were saved j
A search party has been organized!
at Union to find S. Sisson, who left
there for the mountains several '
weeks ago and has not been heard ;
from since I
John McMahen, one of the most
desperate criminals in the Oregon '
state penitentiary, mane an assault, Wlh
on a guard Tuesday with a brick dug
out of the wall of the prison.
Qfv rfr nnr fln nnfnrf u'frA riltpb-
piI In p TnreoV- nn (hp Orwat Northern taken Internally, and acta directly on the
eu in a wreck on tne ureal Noruiern bIood an(1 mucous gurfacea. nall'i Ca-
Tuesday evening. Engineer Palmer tarn Core la not a quack medicine. It
was slightly injured. The accident" waa prescribed by one of the beat phyal
rcns cnnsp.l hv n rnrk slide clans In tbta country for yeara, and la a
was caused b a rock sune. regular prescription. It U eompoced of
Governor Morrison, of Idaho, in bis bt tonla known, combined with the
message Tuesday, pays eapecial at-t'-rS
-tention to the subject of irrigation of tne two Ingredients la what produce
and declares that 65,000 square miles such wonderf ol result In corlnc Caurrah.
can be reclaimed in that state. Bf jENTimroj... Toledo. O.
T? Un TreeVa' Ha'A'aVrnT Mt. the beat
Truxton Beale on the charge of as-
Business Industries of the Vebfoot
Districts Poetry of Simpson and
Hlgglnson Oregon No Mean Com
monwealth. Oregon City, Jan. 2. (To tho Ed
itor.) The resident of Eastern Ore
gon, who had lived there long enough
to get the Drat dark brown taste out
of liis mouth and has learned to re
gard an occasional dust storm ns n
pleasant brenk in the monotony of
llvlag, is very apt to finally settle
down to the conclusion that he is
living in the best country tinder the
While this Is true, he also finds
If he stirs from home that there are
other portions of his state worth see
ing, and as he Journeys down the Co
lumbia and up the Willamette rivers
and notes the various industries along
these streams, the salmon canneries,
and saw mills flouring mills, woolen
mills, and more significant still, the
large fleet of sea-going vessels gath
ered in these waters from all quar
ters of the globe to take to their own
shores the products of this state, he
is very apt to find himself saying
as did the Roman of old, "I am a ci
tizen of no mean commonwealth."
Oregon City, which our train has
Just passed, is beautifully situated on
the Willamette. 30 miles above Its
mouth. It is a hive of industry and
boasts the best water power in the
state. The train running close beside
the river gives a good view of the
falls, and here Dr. John McLoughlin
one of the historic figures of the state,
Sam I.. Simpson and Ella Higgln
son have sung the beauties of this
region with no uncertain note.
Spring's green witchery is lacking
now. but the crystal deep in which
the poet saw:
The picture of the sky.
Like those wavering hopes of Aideen
Dimly in our dreams that Iivy;
Wreathing sunshine on the morrow.
Breathing fragrance round today."
Are ever here and here are many
picnlcy.looklng nooks, where now as
Love may wander here and ponder:
Hither 'poetry could dream:
Life's great questions and sugges
tions Whenrp nnrl wlilthnr fl.rnt.CT t,i-
A company of webfoot school-ma'ms
and students bound for some educa-.
tional center up the valley, have
boarded the train and scraps of ills-;
missions on Browning and other hlcb-i
jy intellectual subjects are floating in
In the fields through which we are
passing, flocks of sheep. Angora
goats and forests of hop poles are so
many evidences that the webfoot
farmer is grappling with the problem
of diversified farming.
Rail fences, orcliards and meadow-
lands are more in evidence than barb
ed wire and stubblefields. Towns
seem to grow so thick that any at
tempt to keep track of them was
given up some time ngo.
un a Hill overlooking one of the
latter and the surrounding country,
a peculiar looking stone building,
somewhat suggestive of a fortress of
some kind, but which one of the
school-ma'ms. has Just explained was
nuut for an observatory, is seen
Daylight Is getting scarce, the
mountains are nearlne and tho vnl-
leys are narrowing. A backward
glance takes in a picture of which
the eye does not easily tire, and it is
not hard to understand how the ear-,
ly settlers of this region, after tolling!
across a continent, thought thov had'
found here an Eden, which they never
exchanged, but to enter that habita
tion, whose low. green door never
C. E. M'LELLAN.
Catarrh Cannot be C' red c ,, , " I I
LOCAL Ai PLICATIONS, a they '"US, a.lwa. carr- "
.nnn h tho t h p.j wiiiiJ during me lira i iortniirnt nr th r
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional dUease,! honeymood to keep their wives In
and In order to cure It you must take In- order
leraai remedies. nana caairrn srae u
The Colden Rule.
O. Payne. Elgin.
D. Oumbey, Elgin.
W. Morelock, Elgin.
Charles Terwelger, Elgin.
A. Russell, Elgin.
John Baxter, Elgin.
R. Shoemaker. Elgin.
L. B .Tuttle, Elgin.
E. W. Carnahan, Elgin.
H. H. Hug, Elgin.
E. T. Hug, Elgin.
J. C. Holcomh. Elgin.
R. Linoner, Ridge.
William Shell, Colfax.
T. L. Adkinson, city.
F. M. Lockwood. Helix.
D. P. Flowers. Walla Walla.
F. J. Gardner. Portland.
A. W. Conway. Cul de Sac.
R. J. Watkins, Cul de Sac.
G. M. Henderson, Cul de Sac.
Walt G. Torrence, Mission.
Ril?y Gulhoffer, Osceola.
J. B. Lucks, 03ecola.
J. P. Knoran, Portland.
Mrs. Crolus and son. New York.
Mrs. Bizen, New York.
Eddy Bizen. New York.
Lea Koster. New Y'ork.
Gen Dow. New Y'ork.
Tom Connelly. New Y'ork.
Charles Fisher, New York.
H. P. Whittleman, New York.
A. Lawrence. New York.
Matt Myland. New Y'ork.
J. A. Moore, Long Creek.
Dave Wright, Pilot Rock.
W. C. Cunningham, Portland.
H. Lurnen, Spokane.
Mrs. P. McGregor, Hooper.
Mrs. John Nedrick, Seattle.
Charles Marsh, Elgin.
H. G. Kneeland, Elgin.
H. F. Shoemaker, Elgin.
P. S. Turner, Elgin.
H. Morton, Elgin.
John Raney. Elgin.
WHAT CAUSES DANDRUFF.
Greatest European Authority on Skin
Diseases Says It's a Germ.
The old Iden was that dandruff Is
scales of skin thrown off. through n
feverish condition of the scalp Is ex
ploded. Prof. Unna. Hamburg acr
rcany European authority on skin
diseases, says dandruff Is a germ dis
ease The germ burrowe under the
scalp, throwing up little scnles of
cuticle and sapping the vitality of the
hair at the root. The only hair pre
paration that kills dandruff germs is
Newbro-s Herplclde "Destroy tho
cause voit remove the effect." Not
onlv cures dandruff, but stops falling
hair and causes a luxuriant growth.
Delightful hair dressing.
Paronts will please take notice Hint
schools, public and private, will
not reopen until notified through the
public press. Parents nre requested
not to allow children io attend any
Bv order Health Board.
I have a full line of Fire
Arms, Hunting Coats,
ICtiivos and all kinds of
See display in window.
Heads Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. "Use nti
once the remedy that stopped It for!
Sirs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie. Va.
She writes: "Dr. King's New "Llf
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from two years.
Cnrc headache, constipation, hlllious
ness. 25c at Tnllman & Co.'s drug
1 T. C. TAYLOR THE HARDWARE Ij
74 Main Street
A dispatcli from Vienna of Decem
ber 5. says that In Korea, because of
Bhort harvests, parents nre soiling
their girls to get means to live They
are sold at from Sir. to $20 "Mer
chants huvo lound the trade in girls
so profltahlt. that they are engaging
in it on a large scale" says the dispatch.
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
-ri t .1 ...t . . . -r. . mi
i lie cream oi uie wiieai crop enters in xsyers Best
Flour, which is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MIL!
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
llaur Tvomen aud doctors do
not recognize the real symptoms
of derange meat of the female
organs until too lute.
il had terrible pains alone m7
spinal cord for two years and suffered
dreadfully. I was given different
medicines, wore plasters; none of
these things heljied me. Reading1 of
the cures that Lyclia K. IMnlcllHlil's
VejretaVjle Compound, has brought
about, 1 somehow felt that it was
what I needed and bought a bottle to
take. How glad I am that I did so;
two bottles brought me immense re
lief, and after using thwe bottles more
I felt new life and blood surging
through my veins. It seemed as
though there Wad been a regular house
cleaning through my system, that all
the sickness and poison had been taken
out and new life given me instead. I
have advised dozens of my friends to use
LydJu E. l'inklium'.s Vegetable
Compound. Good health is indis
pensable to complete happiness, and
Iiydla E. Pinkhasi's Veyetabie
Compound has secured this tame."
Mns. Laura L. Erkmer, Crown
Point, Indiana, Secretary Ladies Relief
Corps. fSOOO forftit If original of about Utttr
prooing gtnulntncu cannot be produced,
understand her ailment should
write Mrs. Pinkhani, Lynn.
Mass. Her advice is free ana
Start the New
In order to do this you should have a piano
organ, and before getting one yon should con
sult ns. We are agents for twenty-nine differ
ent makes, ranging in price from $135 up. Take
a look at them and hear our easy payment plan.
THERKELSEN PIANO HOUSE,
315 East Court Street.
Special After Christmas
Bargains in Furnituri
The Big Furniture Store, Next to Postoffice.
FRAZER OPERA HOUSI
EXCURSION TO KANSAS CITY.
gaultlng Editor Marriott, of San Fran
isoo. was ended Tuesday. The jury
U ought in a verdict or not guilty. ..... ... ...
Account National Livestock Assocla-
The Oreat Northern in wasningion-.
Is again open for traffic, but there Is
still creat danger from washouts and
slides.. The Northern Pacific will not
lie In working order for at least 10
Elsie Mc.Mann. an S-year-old girl
of Norport. Wash., was run over by
a sleigh Tuesday and killed. She slip- onlce for particulars, or address
pea ana ten in jumping irom tne F F WAMSLEY, Agent
fllaigh and the mnner ran over hor
Tou'- Cheap nates' Westbound.
The grand jury at Seattle is uncov- From February 15 to April 30, 1903,
The O. 11. & N. Co.. on January Sth,
ith and 10th, will sell round trip tick
ets to Kansa3 City and return at ?55
for tho round trip. Tickets will be
good for return 60 days from date of
sale with stop-over privileges on re
turn trip. Call up O. It. & N. ticket
Our stock is the largest
and most complete ever jjf
shown in Pendleton. s
g LEDGERS $
ft DAY BOOKS g
ering rmieh corruption aud many of inclusive, the O. It. & N. Co. will 1 t
the moat prominent gamblers aro on have on sale tickets from Missouri j
for its object the investigation of the 'from St. Paul. 12.60; from St. IxjuIs, I V
police force and Is leading up to it $27,50. Call on the O. R. & N. ticket
ly taking the gamblers first. agent for full particulars.
All sizes and any mini- e
t. r a :' i 8
We make a specialty of
furnishing office supplies
If there is anything you
need in tins line see us
and eet our nrices
ii Book and Stationery Store 8
Going out of
All sewing machines
in stock to he dis
posed of at cost.
Come early and
select a bargain
3 t 1 COUUT STHEKT
FRIDAY, JANUARY 9
The Distinguished Actress
Directed by Belasco & Thall in
First 13 rows $1.00
Last 3 rows 75c
Seat sale opens Thursday morning at Frazler's Book I
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Murphy & Langever, Proprs