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Ways of doing a thing
the right and the wrcr.c
Only one way of doing
it here and that's the
Requires a special kind
of skill. Or.ly those with
a keen eye and delicate
touch can satisfactorily
perform the necessary
work. We do repairing
as it shouid he done.
Jeweler and Optician
Post Office Block
It has been arranged that Gover-
nor Tatt shall take the oath of ofllce
as secretary of war at noon Mondiy
at the War Department.
The Earl of Devon. Rev. Sir Henry
Hugh Courtenay, rector of Powder
ham, Devon, Is dead. He was S2
years old and owned an extensive
At Paris the engagement Is an
nounced of Charles Volght, a well
known American sportsman, and
Marguerite, daughter of Baron Bau-wens-Deverstein.
The Central Pacific Railway, now
a part of the Harrlman system, yes
terday paid Into the sub-treasury
about $2,500,000, representing an
other installment of its old. obliga
tion to the federal government.
Word has been received from Ma
nila that George Herrmann, the ex
Inspector of constabulary, who rob
bed the government and fled from
Mlsamls. Mindanao, and was subse
quently captured at Bayanan, has
been convicted and sentenced to 13
Mrs. Lulu Prince Kennedy-Kramer,
on trial at Kansas City a second
time for the murder in January, 1901,
of her first husbanu, Phillip H. Ken
nedy, was found not guilty by a jury
here yesterday. At her first trial
she was convicted and sentenced to
ten years in the penitentiary.
I- NORTHWEST NEWS.
Spokane contractors have united In
an effort to break the power of the
Building Trades' Council.
The Union Fishermen's Co-operative
Packing Company, of Astoria,
has refused to employ Chinese in any
part of their work hereafter.
The Colfax papers roundly score
the city marshal who permitted the
revolting outrage of a young girl by
seven drunken boys In that city, last
Rev. Vladimir Alexandrof. a Ger
man clergyman of Seattle, gave his
little son a dose of strychnine on Fri
day, through mistake, killing him al
' By a vote of four to three, on Fri
day, the city council of Forest Grove
voted to close all saloons in that
city, and prohibit the sale of liquor
except on a doctor's prescription.
A Montana company has purchased
the timber landes and mills of the
Couer d'AIene Lumber Company In
Northern Idaho, for Jl.uOO.OOO. and
will operate the largest mill In the
Packs of hungry wolves are now
ravishing the ranges of Montana, in
the northern portion of the state.
Hundreds of young stock have been
Wiled and eaten during the recent
Many of the largest mining compa
nies In the city of Spokane remember-
whiitntpr Wneht. as the man
-who supplied money to them to tide
them over the hard times several
Sirlus Dvorak, a wealthy Norweg
ian cattleman of Miles City, Mont.,
has disappeared from his home, and
nR he carried about J 300 or J400 on
bis person when last seen, foul play
Mrs Mat Tavlnr. wife of a nromi
nent farmer living near Albany, has
disappeared irom nome, tailing wun
her her 3-year-old son. A man named
Randall Is missing from the same lo
cality and a runaway Is suspected.
SON DORN TO MR. AND
MRS. C. R. SIMMONS.
Try Change of Climate for Health
Been to Salt Lake City on Busl
ness Very Agreeable Surprise
Party Methodist Leap Year Party
Severe Case of the Grip.
Milton, Jan. 30. Miss Grace
Steon Is hero from Walla Walla, vis
iting at the home of her brother, C.
Mrs. J. I Hayes who has been in
poor health for some time, loft Wed
nesday night for Portlanu and Me
Mlunevllle, In hopes that n change
of climate will benefit her.
.Mr. nud Mrs. -James .Moss, who
have been here visiting went to AVul
la Walla yesterday morning for a vis
it with Mr. and .Mrs. Dan McEachem
before returning to thoir home at
E. I.. Smalley came over yesterday
evening from Walla Wulla and at
tended a meeting of the Mnsonlc
Mrs. N. J. Sanders of Union ar
rived here Wednesday and Is visit
ing her aunt, .Mrs. P. 11. McAlex
ander. M. R. Stuart, manager for the
Hazelwood company at this place,
returned this morning from a busi
ness trip to Salt Lake City.
.Mrs. D. L. Nell came up yesterday
from Pendleton nud will be the
guest of her niece. Mrs. L. L. Berry.
Tonight a leap year social will be
given at the M. E. Parsonage by the
members of the Epw jrth League.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
J. Kirk is quite sick with the grip.
A Son Was Born.
A little .son arrived nt the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Simmons yes
Wednesday evening a surprise
party was given Miss Inez Phelps.
About 25 of her friends were present
and spent the evening very pleasant
ly. Delicious refreshments were
REVIVAL MEETINGS HAVE
BEGUN AT M. E. CHURCH,
Augus McDonald Recovering Se
vere Case of Pneumonia Ticket
Agent Swart Transferred to Wallu.
la Mrs, Lawrence Barnes Taken
to Walla Walla Hospital Also Lit
tle Son of John King.
McKAY1 CREEK ITEMS.
Literary Organized by Residents of
School District No. 39.
McKay, Jan. 30. A literary so
ciety has been formed by the peo
ple of school district No. 39, two
miles west of the city, and the fol
lowing ofllcers elected: Chas. Gra
ham, president; Fred- Hill, vice presi
dent; George Kidder, secretary;
Mrs. Ethel Hill, treasurer; John Gra
ham, editor. Committee on rules
and by-laws: Miss Sally Huson and
Chas. Kidder. The society meets
every Friday night at the school
Joseph Snyder and George Kiddor
have been operating a giant stump
and grub puller on their places and
have transformed their ranches Into
fine garden spots.
Gus Hill has returned from Butter
creek with a small drove of cows
and young cattle for their ranch.
J. W. Wilkinson of Walla Walla
was a visitor last week, with his
laughter, Mrs. Geo. Kidder.
Ten Nights in Barroom.
One of the most successful revi
vals in years is the scenic production
of Stowe's Ten Nights In a Barroom.
The great old play Is staged and
played just as it was vritten and
not scone, act or word is omitted.
Ten Nights in a Barroom pleases
all classes; plenty of comedy Is In
troduced to offset the more somber
parts, so that laughter Is Interming
led with tears. There has been
"heart" plays "rural dramas," "min
ister" plays and family comedies,
but none of them have lived the time
that this good, pure, wholesome and
elevating drama has. Ten Nights In
a Barroom will live forever, and will
be at the Frazer Feb. 2.
In Real Estate
3200 acres good wheat land
Well watered and improved.
S12.50 per acre.
1000 acre stock ranch. All
f .... .1 Win Ann tirte nf
hay; has running water, open
range near by, $5000.
io-rooin house and two
lots. Modern conveniences.
au on u-asy .terms.
E. T. WADE & SON
r 0, no su
Phone Black till Ofllce lu'K. O, Bids
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THE CHURCHES J
A Very Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although ev
ery Joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bel
lamy, a locomotive fireman, of Bur
lington, Iowa. "I was weak and pale.
without any appetite and all run
down. As I was about to give up, I
got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and
after taking It, I felt as well as I
ever did In my life." Weak, sickly,
run down people always gain new
life, strength and vigor from their
use. Try them. Satisfaction guaran
teed by Tallman & Co. Price 50
Walla Walla Poultry show, Febru
a. 7 3-7.
Oregon Christian Endeavor onvet-
lion at Pendleton, February 19-22,
In the mountain districts of North
Carolina, near Waynesvlllc, a re
markable tree was recently felled,
The Charlotte, N. C correspom-ant
for the St Louis I'ost-Ulspatcn, says:
"This tree has an estimated value
of $1,B00, an contains 25,000 feet of
first-class lumber. It Is worth mure
than the avorage farm In this sec
tion, In which It was cut. A part of
the treo has been engaged for ex
hibition at the St. Louis exposition
this year and will bo placed among
the North Carolina lumber exhibits.
The tree Is a curly poplar and 12
horses were required to haul away
the butt cut, which was 12 feet
long. The lowest limb was SO feot
from the ground. The wood will be
used as voneerlng and will ho ship
ped to eastern markets lor sale"
Athena, Jan. 30. Mrs. Charley
Brown of this city Is sick with puiui
monln. Mrs. Walker's brother, Marshall
Peterson, who spent the Bummer In
the Willamette valley for the benefit
of his health, grew worse and came
hero to spend a few days visiting at
the Walker home.
C. C. Carter of Pendleton made a
business trip to Athena this week.
Thomas Ogle spent Wednesday In
Pendleton to receive medical treat
ment. Sim Kilgore has been on the sick
list this week.
Saturday evening the Woodmen
gave an elaborate Biippor at the
I-nirouco Barnes of Weston has
taken his wife to the hospital at
Walla Walla. She Iibb had nn op
eration for appendicitis, but seems to
got no bettor.
William Kllgore will leave this
evening for Spoknne on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John King went to
Walla Walla to take her little son
Earl lo the hospital to "have his eyes
.Mrs. C. D. Boyd of Mb city Is on
the sick list.
B. King's daughter, Mrs. Fruc. Is
In the hospital in Walla Walla.
Lawson Booher. is sick with an at
tack of the grip.
Frank Walter returned home Wed
nesday evening with his new bride.
They were surprised by a cblvaral
Augus McDonald Is roporfed to
have taken a change for the better,
and It Is hoped he will recover.
Rev. Armfield. pastor of the M.
E. church, began a protracted meet
ing Sunday In th- basement of the
now M. E. church.
Transferred to Wallulu.
Jack Swart, the ticket agent, has
been transferred to Wallula. His
wife and children will follow 111
about two weeks.
t SUNDAY AT J
Methodist Episcopal Church 10
a. m.. Sunday school, A. J. Owen, su
perintendent; 11 a. m., preaching;
12:15 p. m., class meeting. Rev. G. W.
Rlgby, leader; 3 p. m.. Junior League!
7:30 p. ni., sermon. Alt are cordially
Invited to attend. Robert Warner,
First Presbyterian Church 10 a.
m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., sermon
by the pastor; 6:45 p. m.. Christian
Endeavor; 7:30 p. m sermon. Dur
ing the morning service Mr. Dlvon
will deliver the closing address of
his active ministry in this pastorate.
and It Is hoped that all members of
the church and congregation will be
First Christian Church Sunday
school, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m..
by Evangelist S. M. Martin, subject,
Rock and Sand." At 3 p. m. Mr
.Martin lectures to women only; 7:30
p. m., preaching, subject. "The com
munion Question." The meetings
continue, services every evening at
:30. Subject tonight, "Degeneration
and Regeneration." .Miss Springer
sings at each service. The public is
cordially Invited to attend. N. 11.
Methodist Church, South Preach
ing at 11 o'clock and 7:30. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock; Epworth League
at 6:30, led by Mrs. Tlvls McBroom,
subject, "Missions." All are cordial
ly Invited to attend. M. O. Howard,
Congregational Church Sunday
services as follows: Sunday school
at 10 a. m.; morning worship and
preaching at 11 a. m., subject, "The
Calling of the First Disciples"; Jun
ior Endeavor meeting at 3 p, m;
evening service at 7:30. Midweek
meeting and Hinging practice on Wed-
nesday evening. A cordial welcome
to all. Jonathan Edwards, pastor
West End Chapel Corner West
Webb and Maple streets. Sunday
scnool at 3 p. m, every Sunday,
Church of .the . edeemer Divine
service tomorrow at hours as fol.
lows: Sunday school at 10 a. m.; ser
mon and celebration of the holy com
nuinlon at 11 a, m.; evening prayer.
choral, at 7:30.. Rev. W. S. Short, of
Astoria, will officiate.
First Baptist Church Sunday
school, 10 a. in., S. Simmons, super
intendent; preaching 11 a. m.; B. Y
P. U., 6:30 p. m.; preaching 7:30,
Services will bo conducted by O W
Sllke. All members and friends of
tills church and those having no reg
ular place of worship, nro cordially
Invited to meet with us.
A man with an Iron will should bo
n handy person to have around a
sleol trust headquarters.
This Is the form of recolpt which will bo Issued In tho East
Oreeonlan guessing contest, wherein some one ot tho subscribers
of the East Orogonlnn will receive a $100 buggy nbsolutely free:
Pondloton, Ore .1904
' EAST OREGONIAN GUESSING CONTEST.
, ; Dollars, subscription to tho
East Oregoulan from 180 to , 190....
Tho said payment being solely and In full vnhto for the said news-
paper, and for no other consideration wbntovor. TI10 publishers
hereby give outright to the porson In whoso nnmo this recolpt Is
Issued an opportunity, If they desire to nvnll thomsolves of the
snnv:. to GUESS THE UNKNOWN NUMBERS IN THE SEALED
Ol'ESSING CONTEST, and horoby agroo to donnto outright, and
without consideration whatever on his part, tho rubber-tired buggy
mentioned In THE EST OREC10N1AN GUESSING advertise-
ments, to tho porsoiiB guessing nenrost that unknown number,
Including the numbers 012 and 987, and all numbors between tho
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHINQ CO.
THERE ARE NO FAILURES.
Dr. Garfield, of Victoria, B. C, Tells
of Three Hundred Cases wnerem
He Recommended the Use of Trlb.
tlr tun.oa fl finrfllllll. Ilf Victoria.
Tl r... when nskod. do you Indorse
TRIM as a cure for tho liquor mid
tnlmrrn linblt. Hnld: "I do. 1 have
known your remedy long before )t
was sola to you, nnu can ten you i
three hunnrod people that I have ad
vlsml in take It. I never knew of
a failure to cure where the party tak
ing It was sincore."
We have been Informed that a
movement Is one foot for the in
auguration of a scheme by whlrh
i-nri- ltliornl inducements will be of
fered those who wish to build homos
In Milton. Tho plan, nB reported
to us, Is to plat quite a tract otlaml
In the west part of town and donate
Inside lots to persona who will build
rrmil substantial dwo41inc8 on the
same, each to cost no less than $500.
Porsuns desiring corner lots can
linvn tlinm liv nnvlnrr S."0 each nnd
complying with the above require
ments. Five years' free water
privileges are to ho Included In the
contracts. Milton Eagle.
We offer One Hundred Dollars llonaril
for nnv cm.- of rnt&rrli tb.-tt lannot be
ciitl by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
t. J. hii;.m;i ni rropt., toiruo, i.
We. the unilenlziml. linve known K. J.
(.'honey for the last IB years, mid bellere
hlai perfectly Honorable 111 nil Diisinmi
transactions ami flunnclally able to carry
out any obligations maile by their Ann.
wi:t & ti:u.., unoieiaie irnissisis,
WAI.niNfi. KIXXA.V 4 MAKVIN. Whole
sale IA-iilsts, Toledo, tl.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blnml and mu
rou surfaces of the system, l'rlce 7Te per
bottle. HoIU by all ilruiwists. Testimonials
Hall's family rills are tlie best.
Notice to the Public.
All persons knowing themselves
Indebted to D. Komler & Son will
kindly call and settle at once, ns we
need the money.
D. KEMI.ER & SON.
Olympia Beer Olympla Ceer.
A RUNAWAY TEAM
Is sure to do more or less damage to a
carriage, but whether you need repair
ing from "accident or ordinary wear and
tear, liriii! your vehlclea to Neagle'i,.
While our reputation Is widespread for
dnlncnll binds or repairing In the bent
m nuer si looeat prices we feel Hire that there
stc a lew good ople who don't V ow that we
are unoicelled In our line and we want them to
know We have the Winona and Ilex llngglea,
the het produced In the world. Call and see
HEAGLE BROS., THE BLACKSMITHS
SUvcr Oaiolluo Kouliies-Sale and reliable
aro and Jipe
oood Call Pure I
Carnation YoO Carnation
Hxtraeti Go Extracts
are to are
Strong YOU! Wholesome.
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Will meet thel
1 OU tUWUVB Ul
The most popular brand for family ! M-itior Dn If Oil and Sweet
use. On draught at Anton Nolte's. ihimv uuvn Spirits of Eden
He also handles the uottled beor In fail to cure Rheumatism. For Sale by
any quantity desired. I A. C. Koeppen & Hros. Airts- forPeiidl'n.
AN EXCITING TIME
need not lead you to forget this fact
and it is a fact that we can wash
011r shirt clean, starch it properly
and iron it so that when finished and
out of our hands you will he glad to
v-ear it. Further, what applies to
linen serves to show with equal truth
fulness what we can and will do with
anything else you leave with us.for
laundering. Goods called for and
I ho i n ftffl
1 rwn rr n
liini 1 itjniiiif
p. X. Scheffl
Cray Horse W nted.
one work horso; samo must bo cray.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets, All
dtuiilsu refund th money II It (alls to cure,
E W. Oroya's signature on each box. 23c 1
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Our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale will be continued for one
ur iwu wccks yes so long as mere is any utui-
Mens' f uits are reduced 30 per cent and more
Boys' suits are also reduced 20 per cent
Boys' and men's overcoats reduced 20 per cent
Shoes and Overshoes'
Men's high top shoes, $3.25 value, now only
Men's felt shoes, $2.50 values, now only $1.85
Ladies felt slippers and shoes reduced 20 per
Men's oveishoes, i-buckle arctics, now 90c
Ladies' fleeced lined Alaska defenders, now 55c
All warm overshoes reduced in price
Fine comforts, our $250 kind, now,,.. $1,85
Fino comforts, our $1.75 kind, now $1.30
Fine comforts, our 1.50 kind, now....:. 20
Bed sheets, the 65c kind, each, now only 55c
r- J . .1 . w , nui in
House linen, any quantity, lot 0
t . ..-era
Outing flannel, 9c. 10c ana
""Mi v 1 ., i-rrzii
Bleached muslin, 6c anu 7- s
Calico, all colors, r ; . -93C
Jap silk, ail coior. - -
Lace curtains, f4 . b
Men's double-front work spun
Men's dress shirts, all 75c b
Men's and hoys' ties,
Ladies'3 dressing sacques ... -
. tnr one uv
Ladies' wrappers, for oe
It Is only tho man who nevor has
had appondlcltls who thinks that I'
is only a fad. 1
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This Is a monev-savifio- oooortonitY ff