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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1903)
IE BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED
For the Money
our Corner Window for Display
Henaieton Sportsmen's Association
Making Preparations for Their Big
J. R, Means, the carpenter, assist
ed by a volunteer force of members
ci me bportsmen's Association, has
been effecting conslderablo "
ana alterations out at the range.
Many peoplo do not yet know that the
range was lately moved a distance
of about 00 yards, and the change of
locauon is said to be a great Ira-
MnPftniltnt X? - X . ' - -
haro been built and a now trap houso
ana tne club House and older trap
r.ouse havo been moved to the new
range, Yesterday for the first time,
two traps were used.
At the practice shoot yesterday
there weer 15 who took part. When
asked If there were any records made
yesterday, a member of the club re
plied with a smile and the- evasive
nnswer: "well, you may just say
mat mo Pendleton marksmen are
getting ready to let outsiders take all
tie prizes." There are no entries as
yet for the ladies' event, and Xho feat'
ure seems to bo attracting little In'
terest Tho Commercial Association
has extended a formal Invitation to
tho Sportsmen's Association to use
tho former's rooms during tho tour-
camcnt. Tho association has pur
chased 40,000 clay pigeons for the
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
Bat, jAXUAiir.19, 1903.
I Howard, farm loans.
IrgRtft clam chowder,
ti&h dally at Caa tie's.
Lis; smokers want at Neu-
E3 fcrzet shoe repairing at
It nie candy fresh every day,
fcttW soaps, 2c to 24d a bar.
Kb tale. Burglar and flre-
E6J at Rees' cigar store.
imt store for smoking artl
WtfEnds. Patton's old stand,
ttera Daily Journal can be
Ec ale at Fraziers book store.
mi( en: store, Maloy's old
tlaijartere for smokers' sup-
r! ud coal by car lots a spec
P. P. Collier & Co, 'phone
h Salt Brick building with
heX. 50x50, on Main street Good
fcrij it a bargain. Easy terms.
Kr-k SBoUed pointer dog. Infor
It Tin be thaaktully received by
Inmer, E. E. Kennedy, at the
tW. B. Jeaklm for door name
slgai, numbers, etc. Newest
ta. Priclo. Office, Commcr
ft kMortos, A Union, was in town
fc.-4j. Ht las in 610 acres of
Eat iik4 is in good condition,
Wh set jferf-dass. The wheat of
Iatlrt tffehborhcod averages as
ccillioE abont the same as Mr.
f owmfcers of 'he family of
U BWiore, or Cabbage Hill,
W&ted with Uip Jilni-l- nwaelpi'
fcitaterj of the family of his
Bsia-lar Frank Coleman, of the
iif, are supposed to have
lVxit lately nurchaswl a
f or lots on West Railroad
i extend back to the bluft.
rn ends of the lotft are
and Mr. Morris is makine
wcarauons from the bluff
fc tho lower portions of the
pis. of Baker City, repre-
uregon Lumber Co. wnx
aturday While her he
P for natural ice cut and
i u corananv. Tho n n r.
I this company and pvtrv
UP 340 tons thi !. non-
Ice hOtlRP hank tTAM,
J Of the game mm no.
fHaily ' '
1 Half soles at Teutsch's.
I Sea food fresh at Castle's.
Oyster cocktails at Grati's.
Clothing cleaned by Joerger.
Men's half soles, 75c The best
The best half soles for ladies, ipe
There is an epidemic or measles at
and around Cold Springs.
Imported llmburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
No Chinese cooking at Phillips' res
taurant Everything tastes good.
Hay for sale. Barley, wheat or al
falfa. Leave orders at Hawley Bros.
For Sale Two lots and four-room
house; barn on place. Inquire W. of
W. office, E. O. bulldins.
There arc said to be but two cases
of measles at Helix, while there is no
smallpox at all in that neighborhood.
New doors have been built and
hune to the O. It & N. roundhouse.
and some minor repairs made there
Lost A spotted pointer dog. Infor
mation will be thankfully received by
the owner, E. E. Kennedy, at the
Joe H. Parkes has moved his office
into the same rooms now occupied
by the Kerr, Gifford Co., Frank Curl,
mt-nager, on the south side of Court
A. Rob de last year made and sold
between 125,000 and 130,000 cigars
Mr. Rhode states as his opinion that
Pendleton consumes 500,000 cigars
Blacksmlthing- coal the assorted
Pennsylvania product is selling here
at $1.25 per 100 pounds, which in an
advance of a quarter of a cent over
the ante-sttike prices.
The steel and ties along the O. R.
& N. cut-off between Toakum and
Nolan tfre being taken up now pre
paratory to a permanent abandon
ment of the right-of-way.
A. L. Ledgerwood, of Ukiah, was In
town Saturday after a load of freight
for C. S. Despaln. . Mr. Ledgerwood
reports that the measles are preva-
Ier.t around Ukiah, but that there is
Out at Union there is said to be one
case of smallpox and one case of
:i.eanles. Jim Power's family, in the
same neighborhood, has several cases
of measles. The Rhodle family also
lmve the measles.
The Union school is said to be bad
ly depleted on account of the measles
and on account of the smallpox
scare A distinction was made by the
informant between the existence of
tbe one disease and the one scare.
Agent Wamsley states that the par
lor car which was put on the "Spokane
branch service January 1. is Increas
ing in popularity every day. It is a
Pullman sleeper, served by a colored
porter, and affords the most "scrump
tious' servire ever put upon the Spo
Grand entertainmont at the Pres
byterian church next Saturday even
Hear Marston and Mrs. Borle at
the Presbyterian church Saturday
evening, January 24th.
The employes of the Boston Store
tMs afternoon presented C. E. Bean,
upon the evening of his departure to
Tacoma with a gold watch fob as a
token of their esteem.
C. Rohrman held 2500. bushels of
Muestem for a raise in price and was
rot disappointed at so doing, as he
iealiz?d 71 cents therefrom a few
r.ays ago. He sold to McComas.
For Sale 23 sections of grazing
and farming lands in Umatilla and
Morrow counties. Good buildings.
Ranch will feed 15,000 to 16,000
sheep. Plenty of water. Also be
tween 11,000 and 12,000 head of
sheep, 130 head of cattle, 30 horses,
wagons, harness, plows, seeders and
other farming supplies. Address
Joseph Vey, Pendleton.
Naturally, the Instructive and up-to-date
character of the Liquid Air
eptertalnment appeals strongly to the
scholars and faculty, and a large
number of such will attend the lec
ture and experiments next Monday
evening at Frazer's opera house.
There ifc not only delightful entertain
ment, but a great deal of instruction
as well in these demonstrations
marvelous Liquid Air.
$ .50 White Lace Curtains, Clearance Prico, $ .39
1.00 " " " .79
1.25 " " " " .98
" 1.50 " . " " t.20
1.75 " " " " X.30
3.00 " " " " 2.40
4.00 " " " 3.30
5.00 " " " ' " 4.20
1.50 Ecru " " " " .39
1.00 " " " " .79
1.75 " " " " X.30
2.75 " " " . " 2.20
4.50 " " " " 3.70
6.00 " " " " 4.95
I Tailor Made Suits, Clearance Price $t,98 to $25.00
Walking Skirts, Clearance Price $l.5 to $20.00
p Jackets, Clearanco Prioo $2.00 to $15.00
REFUNDS MONEY TO STATE.
Joe A .Parkes will take testimony
February 18 and 20 in two contest
cases fiom the reservation. One is
brought by B. B. Gervias against
Charles Sevey, and will be heard Feb
ruary 18. The other is brought by
Fred Brown against Rosa Carroll,
which will be heard February 20. The
defendants occupy lands close to
gether and claim squatters rights
which the contestants claim do not
lelong to them.
Heads Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va,
She writes: "Dr. King's New Life
Pills wholly cured me of sick head
aches I had suffered from two years.'
Cure headache, constipation, blliiouS'
ness. 25c at Tallman & Co.'s drug
Butter Creek Lumber.
Butter Cieek lumber, the rough, un
nnished product, is being hauled In by
teams and sold here at $25 per 1000
feet. It is hauled 45 miles and two
whole days required to make the trip
Invariably the freighters return with
whatever produce the lumber camps
FttlJW PINKS Are arriving again
- q moderate prices.
daily. Good variety
r I VS hae on ,,and a 8od selection of Forshaw's Palms
If- L if Etc'' Etc- Cot"e in and look them over. You
fc n t have to buy.
11 SODA is delicious and onlv s cents.
fpEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
From Mala St., Toward the Cott House
The Sisters of St Francis filed ar
tides of Incorporation today. The
capital stock is $50,000 and the pur
pose of the company is to conduct
convents, schools and hospitals. Tbe
incorporator are Mary B. Bettenben
der, Christina B. Schoeller and Lucll
Visiting in Pendleton.
William and Thomas Elgin, former
residents of Umatilla county, who are
now extensive farmers of Connell,
Franklin county, Washington, have
been in the city for a few days visit
ing friends, will return home tonight.
To Become Citizen.
Christine W. Kemper, a subject of
the German emperor, today filed her
intention to become a citizen of the
Sues for Divorce.
Arcnye u. wilier today filed a
titlon for divorce from her husband,
8, Jackson Miller.
James Webster Leffler, ageb 6
j ears, an inmate of an orphan home
In New Jeisey, claims a share' of
( harles S. Fair's estate, being a
rephew of Mr. Fair.
Fair Balance, Fish Licenses and Tax
State Treasurer Moore on Friday
received several remittances on ac
count of different funds. George Eb
ell, president of the First Eastern
Oregon District Agricultural Fair As
sociation, remits $116.50, the unex
pended balance of $1500 given by the
state for tho support and maintenance
of the exposition. The sum of 353.50
was received from Master Fish Wfr
den Van Dusen, representing the
amount of fees collected in that de
partment for licenses, fines, etc., for
tbe month of December. The further
rum of $50 was received from tho
same officer, being the amount of the
fine imposed on Louis Solomon, of
Tillamook, for buying, packing and
preserving salmon without a license,
as required by law. Lane county sent
iz4.47 in fun payment of the bal
ance due on account of state taxes
from that county for the year 1901,
Ely's Liquid Cream Balm is an old
friend In a new form. It is nreoared
for the particular benefit of sufferers
torm nasal catarrh who are used to
an atomizer In spraying the diseased
membranes. All the healing and
Loothing properties of Cream Balm
are retained in the new preparation,
it does not dry up the secretions.
Price, including spraying tube. 75
cents. At your druireists. or rciv
Brothers, 56 Warren street. New
iork, will mall It.
A BIQ VALUE IN
25c Each 25c
For such popular books as
"Eli Perkins' Wit and Humor,"
American Wit and Humor,"
"Peck's Irish Friend,"
"Bill Nye's Baled Hay,"
"40 Liars and Other Lies,"
"How Private Geo. W. Peck Put
Down the Rebellion."
"Bill Nye and Boomerang,"
"Betsey Jane on Wheels,"
Etc., Etc., Etc,
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters f Frog
Legs f Clams $ Crabs
and p Lobsters
and other salt and fresh
water foods. ....
The Nolf Store
THE BIG' B00E STORE OF EAST
Telephone Muln 4
For the Kitchen
Have you an adequate sup
ply of cooking utensils roast
ing pans,, cake tins, pots, pans
and kettles generally, ready for
culinary operations incident to
feasting? Make an inventory
of your needs in this line and
bring it to us. See what quan
tity and quality you'll get here
at small expense.
W.J. CLARKE & CO.,
Bust in the
World in Bars
E. 0. Office
pr bar at the
For Ladies Have Arrived
Boston StoreiHOW DO YOU
wker. Shd. j KKTfflST SZA ADVERTISE?
expect people to know what
you have to sell If you dpn't