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DAILY AT ORCCQNIAN, PENPLETQN, OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1B03.
I 5n f'J
ed as 1
n yos I
1 " ' ' I MM UN
irt Waist Week
.-i h Now Year we will soil all our Shirt
cLe them all out by January 1st, 1904,
d offer the followinB inducements:
Wflists at $3-85
$2 25 Waists at $1 73
200 " i48
75 " 44 1.35
I.25 " .98
1.00 " .78
will find other bargains all over tlie store.
EE TEUTSCH S
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
Ii.r not Sunny.
Iinners at 'ioutsch's.
lit agency, Boston Storo.
1. fhnca atcs are dlfforent.
j only 0110 genuiuo P. I. R.
the butcher, 'phono mam
worth $1 at the Ciolilen Rule
i in quartor sizes. Postbn
Ita chocolate ami bou bons
ute Itko more,
amDbell is having a spuclul
all winter millinery.
has a first-class piano tuner.
ders. Work guaranteed.
'elerlda, the uest cigar made,
cigar storo, court, street.
4 Kennedy's cab Is at your
I at all hours., 'Phone main
let's clothing Is correct. Cus-
satisfied and always well
I (or the price. Ileasou the
I shoe Is soiling so fast at the
fcrour lady a pair of Gloria
They always please. Boston
Delta trade grows daily, be-
the real dolicaclcs made by
ed A capablo wliltu woman
bnndry work. Apply at once at
patllla Indian school.
I Just like a trip to Portland to
I the Boston Store, excent the
I to prices, It pays you better
largest timber belt in Eastern I
Iowa county. We
kite you on some choice claims.
ftther particulars write to Me- j
McDonald, Wallowa. Ore,
Get Sunny. U C Under.
Fresh fruit dally ut Martin's.
Best shoo repairing at Teutsch'ii
Thero Is only ono genuine P. I, It.
For Kent A piano. Apply at this
$1 buys u guaranteed watch.
Mew ready-made skirts ai riving
dally at Teutsch's.
If you want a piano or organ, read
Falling's ad. today.
Flno Hue new toilet soups ut ,1c. 5c
and 10c n bar. Nolf's.
'Phone Lane's patnt shop when you
want window glass put In.
Call up 'phone main 701 when you
want, a cab. Heady for service ui nil
The Steln-Hlocli clothing Is a pow
erful convlncor of the Boston Store's
Fochtor Is at his old stand, 221
Court street, with a fresh stock of,
candles, "nuts, fruits, cigars, etc.
Best meals In the city are served
at the new St. George restaurant.
Everything new, neat and clean, 25c
Peter Taeliella, of Suxe Htatlon, Is
offering two good, fresh, three-quarter
milch cows tor sale. See classl
lied advertisements for particulars.
Two very line, high grade pianos
and two splendid Organs, slightly
used, for sale at great bargains.
I Inland Umpire Music Co., 315 Court.
I The Knights of the Maccabees have
about three million uoi.ars in the re
j serve fund, infely Invested. If you
want fraternal protection, see J. ti.
Kees or District Deputy a. A. Graves.
I You don't havo to tile to win. It is
what yon are looking for.
Dave Ingram went to Union today
J B. Saylor of Echoes In the city
for a short visit on business.
Charles E. Barlle, of Richmond,
transacted business in Pendleton yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Scott, of Helix,
woro the guests of friends In the city
Mrs. w. 11. Cathermnn of Umatilla
Is visiting Pendleton friends for a
V. E. Simpson, a business man of
Athena, Is a Pendleton visitor for a
Mrs. P. Penman, of North Yakima,
Is the guest of Pendleton friends for
a few days.
Mrs, 0. C. Smith of Umatilla is the
guest of friends in the city for a
W. 11. Boll, a well known resident
of Cabbago Hill, was a visitor in the
II. Connell, tho roadmaster of tho
0. R. & N Is up from Umatilla for
a snort visit on business.
J. Jesse Cohen, of Victoria, is in
tho city for a short visit with his
brothers, of tho Peoples Warehouse,
W, A. Storlo went to Portland this
morning on n short trip In the inter
est of the bridge department of the
0. U. & N.
Major I.ee Moorhouse returned this
morning from a trip to Portland,
wljero he has been lor several days
Mrs. R. P. Bryan of Walla Walla,
has returned to her home after a
visit In Pendleton at tho homo of
Mrs. I,. G: Frazler.
.1. E. Corby returned this morning
to his home in Seattlo, after a holi
day visit In Pendleton with his sis
ter. Airs. I.. G. Frazler.
I.. Mustard, a prominent farmer re
biding about live miles south of Pen
dleton, was In the city today trans
acting business and purchasing sup
plies lor his ranch,
WORK OF SALVATIONISTS,
The remainder of mtr
stock will be
t a reduction of
f2 1-2 Per Cent-
This sale ;
I -.- w iuwiuuwii nit
stock we have on
Some beautiful nieces
to select from.
JThe Advance Jewel
Seattle Man Rescued from "Dope"
Habit and Restored to His Family.
Rescued from a fate worse than
(iuith, John Wilson, formerly one of
the most notorious "dope fiends" In
Seattle, today received us a Christ
nif.H gif a letter Informing him that
his wife and children have been
tound and arc waiting' for him to
come home, says the Seattle Star.
For tnur years his family had beoi
lost to him. Mrs. Wilson and tho
children wore discovered In a South
i u Washington town by tho locjl
Salvation Army, antt a leunion was
To the Army is duo Wilson's reduue
from tho grip of tho morphine habit,
fie was supposed to be dying when
me pollco found him covered with
loathsome sores in- a box car on the
water front, a month ago. Tho Array
took an intorest In his case and sent
him to a sanitarium In Portland,
whore ho was cured of his craving
Tho letter was delivered to Wilson
nt the sanitarium. Wilson was for
merly a locomotive engineer, but lost
his iKisItlon through his bad habits.
His wife believed him dead until
tho Salvationists found her and told
ber tho truth,
Sick headache absolutely and per.
manently cured by UBlng Mokl Tea.
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Con
stipation and indigestion. Mokes
you eat, sleep, work and happy.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
i back. 25c and 50c. F. W. scmniai
You will enjoy a cup of our
delicious HOT CHOCO
LATE. We don't know
how to make it taste any
better. Don't believe you
ever had any finer. Ours is
5c a cup.
The Popular Price
A. C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
said she had $30 in money with which
to pay her way.
As near as can bo learned, tho sirl
Her father thought when ho lltst
discovered ner absenre that a voune
man hnd been mixed p In tho case, (
but nothing can bo learned to bear
out this theory. 1
Last Thursday, not being able to
And out his daughter's whereabouts,
ho secured a warrant for her, charg
Miss Smith has been In tho eulnlov
of the telephone company for a long I
time anil Is quite well known. Her
disappearance last Saturday was so
completo It led to all kinds of con
jectures on tho part of her friends,
some or Whom oven hinted at foul
HIGH CLASS ART JOURNAL
CONTAINS NOTED PICTURES
PENDLETON MAY JOIN;
Washington State Grocers' Associa
tion to Extend Its Territory.
Spokane, Dec. 29. A movement Is
on foot to enlarge the Washington
State Grocers' Association to take In
British Columbia and a few towns In
Northeastern Oregon. E. N. Corey,
the state secretary, lias received a
letter from the secretary of tho Pro
vincial Grocers' Association of Urlt
ish Columbia, stating that (hat or
ganization would like to unite with
the ono in this state. Mr. Corey has
rciorren tno matter to president uy
ron and the board of directors.
The Walla Walla secretary of the
association has written advocating a
plan for organizing and brlnglnc in
to tlie association a number of towns
in the Walla Walla district, including
Pendleton, Milton and Athena,
1 lie local grocers' association haE
adopted an agreement with tin
American Mercantile agency provid
ing that each member shall report
unpaid accounts to a central ofllce,
and nsk from that office the standing
of any customer who may desire to
start an account. Each grocer agrees
not to extend credit to any person
who owes a bill to a member of the
BALLASTING NOW DONE.
O. R. & N. Finished Twenty-five Miles
of Track East of La Grande.
William Bollons, general roadnias
ter of the O. R. & N., has returned
from l.a Grande, having finished the
work of ballasting 25 miles of track
eaM of that place, as fur as can be
done this winter.
The gravel was unloaded on the
roadbed and the track lifted up, but
the finishing touches were not given
on account of tho wet weather and
ft. faculty of doing a neat job with the
wet material. This portion of the
roadbed Is now In the same excellent
condition as that east of Pendleton,
as far as Huron. Next year the com
pany will further extend this balbvU
until the entire system Is in the same
tlisl-class condition as that just bal
lasted. i he new steel bridges put In place
on Burnt liver this season, and the
hiipiovements to buildings and other
equipment prove that the company
has no immediate Intention of build
ing down Snake river, and abandon
ing the Blue mountain route.
LA GRANDE LAUNDRY BURNED.
Caught Fire About Midnight and Was
Totally Destroyed Before the Fire
Company Could Reach the Scene.
l.a (i-iide, Dec. 29. Tim A, 11. C
Steam Laundry, the oldest laundry
In the city, owned by Dunn Brothers,
wud totally destroyed by fire last
The I'll was dlscoveied by Nbjbt
Wiileh Cotner, about midnight, and
wbb then furiously burning among
the heaps of linen mid before the
company could reach the scene was
beyond all possible chance of rescue.
The building was situated some (lis
Innce fiom the business portion of
the city, which accounts for the start
tho fire had made belore being dis
covered. The lohs Is about 1,0110, partly Insured.
Among the patrons losing heavily
by the fire, weio the Hot Lake taul
Iniliiin. and Hotel Foley. The Hot
iaike Sanitarium Jost 1,000 pieces of
vuiuablc tauie linen anu sneets, anil
Hotel Foley lost almost as much. All
tho Monday laundry wns In, and
many families are loft without a
stitch of the week's washing,
L. M. Huson, of Helix, Is Seriously
Afflicted at His Home.
It Is reported that M. Huson,
ot Helix, Is critically III at his home
and Is not expected to live. Some
time aco he was stricken with an al
tack of paralysis, from which ho has
not been ablo to rally. Mr. Huson is
well known, In the city, where he has
visited mauy times.
iiiring the carnival a couple of
years ago he had u baud hero com
nosed, for tho greater part of his
bbns, which band furnished music for
the carnival. Ho Is one of the old
pioneers of the county, and imany
friends over the country will -be sorry
to hear of his illness.
RUNAWAY GIRL LOCATED.
"Hello" Beauty From Spokane Leaves
Home Mysteriously and Is Now at
Snokano. Doc. 29. Without doubt
Miss Frances Smith, tho Hl-year-old
daughter of Herman Smith, who loft
homo suddenly n week ago Saturday,
Is now with her aunt In Hoppner
Dufoi'tt she lelt hero she told u girl
rlenil in confidence that sbo was il1
Ileal nil ut her lumii) and she Intend
ed to run away to her nuiil, first go
ing to Portland. At the time she
State Organization Formed at Walla
Walln Walla, Dec. 29. The stock
men of the state ot Washington form
cd a state livestock association In
this city yesterday and elected dele
gates to the coming meeting of the
National association In Portland.
Charles F. Martin, secretary of the
National association, was present and
delivered a ringing auuress on the
needs and benefits of organization.
The officers elected for the year
are as follows:
President Oliver T. Comwell
Vice-president Paul Complon
Secretary Grant Copoland, Wnlla
Treasurer M. McDonald. Walla
Colonel It. C. Judsou, Industrial
agent of tho 0. it. & N., was present
and delivered an able address on tlie
benofils of the organization.
The state will send a largo delega
tlon to the meeting of the National
association nt Portland on January
DID M'KINLEY SAY IT?
Major Lee Moorhouse Contributes an
Article to the American Annual of
Photography on Indian Photogra
phy Six of His Beautiful Pictures
Accompany This Article High
Class Journal Which Is Taken as
Authority on Art of Photography
Invites Pendleton Artist to Contri
bute to Its Annual Number,
Miss Unnnon, Scc'y Detroit
The American Annual of Photogra
phy for tUOi, ono ot the lending art
journals of tho United Slates, pub
lished In .Jew York city, contains an
Interesting and able nrtlcle. by Major
i.ee Moorhouso of this city, on "In
dlan Photography," accompanied by
six of his best Indian pictures.
The American Annual Is an author
ity on photography, and Major Moor
house. being tho recognized lender In
the art ot Indian photography In the
United Slates, wns Invited to con-
tribute uli nrtlcle, and pictures, on
this nil-absorbing subject, for tho
This publication stands ut the head
of Its class, its technical and artistic
instruction being sought after by ar
tists In all parts of the country, and
the honor of being tho representative
of one of the leading branches of
photography, in this book. Is a pilzu
coveted by every photographer who
appreciates his work and Its Import
ance in American life. Some of tho
host photographs to be seen any
where appear in this Annual. All
phases of photography, nil branches
of the wonderful art, and all the Int
est methods and discoveries are
found In It. fully topreseuted by the
best to be oo'.nlned upon the sub
The Indian pictures by Major
Moorhouse Include n fiontlsplece for
his nrtlcle, representing nn Indian
looking across the Columbia, near the
Cascades, Sees-i use, head medicine
man of the Columbia Itiver tribe. In
lull native dress, A fuggol gatluuer,
lepiesenllng a squaw on the Umutllln
ieservatlon, carrying an enormous
bundle of limbs from the glove on the
liver, Stella Tu-Slaps, Fish Hawk,
chief of the Cayuses, and his famous
picture of Sacajawen, standing near
her tepee pointing westwnnl.
The article relates tho dlllleultles
and fascination which accompany
the nrt of securing good Indian pic
tures, with several anecdotes Irom
Umatilla Indians exhibiting the sup
erstltloii held by the Indian ngnlnst
tlie camera, Tins pool; will go
through all the European countiles
us the leading representative of
American photography, and the Moor
house pictures, being one of tlie most
beautiful and picturesque features of
the hook, will direct attention to
Oregon, Umatilla county, and Pendle
ton, through her esteemed artist.
Did Perry Heath Say That McKinley
Said It? Who Can Tell?
Washington, Dec. 29. Gossip here
overdates the mentioned Interview
with Perry Heath at LouIbvIIIc
Heath Is quoted as saying that Mc
Kinlcy told him In Hie White House
ii low days bel'oio his assassination
Dial he hoped Huunu would be his
Now it is suld MoKlllley lelt the
White House July (i, and never re
turned, hut was shot at Buffalo Sep
tember 0. Friends of Heatli are
walling his reply.
PROBLEM OF DEMURRAGE.
Important Case Before Interstate
Washington, Dec. 29. A case in
volving eight railways' charge of de
murrage on privately owned cars,
filed by the Claike Oil Company, of
Cleveland, against the Cincinnati,
Chicago & St. Louis railway, Is today
before tho Interstate commerce com
mission. The plaintiff charged 20
per cent demurrage on two private
tank cars. Tho decision will settle
a question which has been disputed
many years by shippers.
West Virginia Robbers Utilize the
West Point, Vn., Dec. 29. The
night watchman was last night held
up by three bandits, bound, gagged
and marched to tho postofflco and
compelled to witness the blowing of
tho safe. The robbers escaped with
Labor Banquet Called Off,
Sacramento, Dec. 29. The Paint
ers' Union last night woro to have
announced a banquet at tho Palace
restaurant, were forbidden by the
Council of Federated Trades, be
tuuse Chlneso cooks were employed
nt tho Palace.
Ice Gorge Broke In the Ohio.
Cincinnati, Dec. 29. The Ice gorge
here broke today. Warnings were
tent to all points down tho river, but
much damugo Js predicted. A fleet
of loaded coal barges belonging to
the Cincinnati Coal Company, was
Bryan Coming Home;'
ljiidou, Dec. 29. Bryaii arrived
from the continent today ami sails for
America on the Celtic tomorrow. Ho
says he doesn't care to discuss tho
presidential nomination, tint will sup
port the democratic leader.
Mrs I.M senrn. n nlnneer of CottaKO
maiio mis couiossiou lonor cuuui "oj Grove, died Sunday, aged 73 years
Washington Teachers' association,
Taconia, Dec. 28-30.
National Livestock convention,
Portland, January 12. 13, 14 and 16.
Oregon Christian Endeavor conven
tion at Pendloton, February 19-22,
Whltmnn-Oregoii debate, Etijrciio,
January 1C, 1904.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablet!, All
nniKgiu rriun'i tne monnj u il lain to cure.
c n . iirtiTu-i iiKnaiura on cacn boi. 'joe.
Thei? rs only ono goniiino P. I, It.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
W. L Douglas Shoos for
Men, $3.50 and $4.UU.
AIbo the Pingroe Gloria
shoes for Women, $3.50.
The Little Ked Schoolhouse
shoes for Childron,
The above three lines are
the best for the money.
lie sure and notice the
stamp on the sole, as it has
come to our notice that oth
er? are selling their shoes for
the above brand.
Miss Unnnon, Scc'y Detroit!
Amateur Art Association, tells
young women what to do to
avoid pain and suffering caused
by female troubles.
" DKAn Mm. Pinkiiam : I can con
scientiously recommend Lyiliil K,
l'iiikhiim's WtfetnMo Compound
to those of my slbtcrs sulTerlng' with
female weakness and tho troubles
which so often liefnll women. I suf
fered for mouths with ireneral weak
ness, and felt so weary that I had hard,
work to keep up. I hnd shixittug' pains,
and was utterly miserable. In my dis
tress I was advised to use fjj'dlu K,
IMiikliiun's VeuolaWo Com
pound, and it was i red letter day to
ma when 1 look tho first dose, for at
that time inv restoration beiinn. In
six weeks I was a changed woman,
perfectly well in every respecL I felt
so elated and happy that 1 want all
women whosulTcrto get well ns I did."
Miss Gt'ii.A Gannon, 3.19 Jones St,,
Detroit, Mich,, Secretary Amateur Art
Association, t 5000 forfeit IfrrMKilrfaom
Utter proving gttiutrteniss cannot 6 produced.
When ono consider Hint MInm
Onnnon'H letter N only ono of.tlio
countless liunclrotln which wo
are continually publlshlnin the news
nancrsof this country, tho irrcat virtue
of Mrs. Pinkhaiu'ti medicine must bo
admitted by all.
Large S-ilay Clocks, hooiI 4-
$2.95, worth $4.00
Fine Line of Toilet Soap
2c to toe a box
Tablets, Complete lines from
5c to 35c T
New boards, linens and
Frederick Nolf !
Leave Your Orders With
D ESP At N k CLARK
Should have that be3t ol
DRY and KINK, that
you will find with
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All towns along the Hue of tii
W. & Columbia Illver Railroad
can buy from us hi carload
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