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7 , , , DA'LY EAST RE G0N'AN- PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. ,904.
PECIAL SUII SALE
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Suits sold for less than tlo cost of tho
cloth. You can take your choico of any
15.00, S18 00 or $20.00 tailor made suits for
we can't describe tbem, you must see them to rcallv bcliev,.
b.t marvels of the tailor art they nre a,i fully rhe tZ
greatest values wo are offering you. Call and lot us show you
oM Hue. Uy Riving you the greatest values Hint will coiiir-el
u to purchase now. See display In corner window
. a . ..... T ""-"
)od work is the Cheapest
Have your sewer connections made and vm,r ,.,.. ....i.
be by an experienced man who cuaraiitees his wnrb " w,b
Irusted to me is never slighted. J you place voiir iob in
I bands it will te done right and at a resonable price. Poor
terwork means a continuous expense, while first-class work
: a lifetime and causes no trouble or additionnl mctc r.
Lime before you give an order for your work.
H. F. SHULTZ
Ice Judd Building, Room J 2. -Phone Black J 30 1
For Book Lovers
Add $1.00 to the regular price of whichever edition of the
;,0" you desire to take and we will send vou the Pnrsnn's
bgazine for one year and your choice of any one of the fol-
p-inj-DooKs issucu at 51 50 per volume. II you want to take
: weekly "Jti. U.," send ?2 50 and you will receive the best
itrm Umatilla county lor one year, the Pearson's Magazine
yen, and your choice of any one of the fo lowine i. to
loks. Subscribers to the dailv bv mail mav semi m
lich will pay for the daily six months, the Pearson's one year'
nunc jou one $1.50 noon tree. Make you money orders
yibtetoEast Oregonian" Pub. Co., Pendleton, Oregon.
PEARSON'S MAGAZINE . . . i.t
lloiceof any one of the following books originally issued at 1,50
V CTSU TowNSCND BRADV
I LOVE OF COUNTRY
"If palr.jlic lalt," nyi ic Outlook.
win ui 111s urst.
GrOKGC W. ClBtt
ftl MARCH, SOUTHERNER
lulmi a miry nl I l,e South
COWARD Ffifti nrnii
THE CIHCUIT K1DER
rMiil()jrira Hire," fciys tlw Chrittmn
I WE ROGUE'S MARCH
ptwKftyajuiuim 10 n.iu.intic Ittciuitirr."
fillNCMr Ulllia Uniuann
fHEGAKDEN OF EDEN
UlilUllU ,' iu'itou HfttCOH
Richard Mmn.tir. n.t.i
IIUEGHCR AND OT11CK
i ti m .r tlut uidtle the .tutlior
h iul be ut.l o
Frank R. Stockton
THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN
' His best work.," lioslon AdvtrUttr
Frances Hodgson dornitt
THAT LASS O LOWRIES
A novel of international tt-putailun
A PASTEBOARD CROWN
A vigorous and (Mipul tr novel of tlic New York
A novel of reiiurkablf power
AVh' YtL Uttaid
Arthur Ft. Ropcs
ON PETER.S ISLAND
An f xcltJUjf lUisii.in iimy
Molly Elliot Scawcll
THE HOUSE OF EGREMONT
" Koiiiante tilKii null (In- two uttiit qualitltkof
loyal 1 j antt love "
THE HEART OF TOIL
" Nut mil) K"oU but CAt-t-lltotly lo.n
I.i'hilt'H JUttfy flt'Wt
wit Louis Stevenson
''"Milt . ui hi lineu noxcK
Thomas Nrntnu dim
"H'w: r I r
WE - The ncccptaiue nf lin's offer not i"h secures tht publications and
lional but it also entitle you 10 the piKilt-gc nf buyinR for one )iar books
'I'liic. as this plan incluilcs pr.1ct1c.111y inc tnuic nciiun uuuuit ui -.i
'ubhshcr. the majjiiitmle of the pmpo'itiun is readily :ipiatint
'TEW WOKDS AUOUT PEARSON'S MAGAZINE FOR 1904
MAli.VJNK :il.nr:ll. to MUIV niCHlbel of UlC f.'llltlV 111 till" UOUlS Ol
It is the easv-lo.ieatl Mairaiinc " llh different ft 0111 any other maKa
CLARENCE GAY AND FAMILY
WILL RESIDE IN SPOKANE.
Badly Fractured Leg Several Have
Homesteads Near Pilot Rock
Mrs. King Is Seriously Afflicted
With a Cancer Reinforcements
for the Chrlstlam Church Choir
Mrs. Moore Will Arrive Soon
From St. Louis. '
Athena, Feb. 5. Mr. and Mrs.
William Schrlmiifs little daughter
Eva, hart the mlsforttino to badly
burn her hand, but it is getting
Clarence Gay has gone to Spo
litinc, whero ho has a position as a
painter. His family will follow
Constant Duffy was thrown from
his horse and got a badly fractured
Fred rtosenzwelg spent Sunday in
Walla Walla visiting his son Harry.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Deck left for
Holdman, whore Mr. Beck will again
take charge of his school.
W. C. Miller spent Thursday in
Walla Walla on a business visit.
Dr. Y. C. Ulalock, of Walla Walla,
spent Monday evening hero to at
tend the Caledonian society, in
which he takes an active part.
President James Main Dixon of
Columbia College at Milton, spent
Monday here and delivered the prin
cipal address to the Caledonian so
ciety. Charley Drown is sick at his
Mrs. l.eland and daughter or Wes
ton, who recently moved from Hepp
nor (they were in tho Heppnor
flood,) were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Mrs. Keglnet and little daughter
of Hood Hlver, are guests here. Mrs.
Rcglnet Is a splendid singer and has
como to help the choir of the Chris
tian church during tho protracted
Rev. Moore the evangelist at tho
Christian church, telegraphed for
his wife Wednesday morning nnd
she will be here Saturday. They
will return to St, Louis as .soon as
tho revival closes.
Out to Their Homesteads.
Archie Mclntyre, Grover Picket
nnd Edward Kilgore left Monday for
Pilot Rock, whero PIcTiel and ' Mc-
Intyrtf will spend a few weeks on
Afflicted With a Cancer.
Grandma King Is very sick and
not expected to live. Her cancer
has began to spread, and she is In a
most critical condition.
Headlights of the
You see them everywhere the signal of en
joyment and satisfaction that shines brightly
from the face of every Cremo Smoker 5c
Largest Seller in the World.
The Hand is the Smoksr's Protection.
PAUL GILMORE TONIGHT.
bv tint ,1, , ..I.i 1. 1 ... .1 li.is taken iis nlace amonust
t' ...u.j , .lllHUilll I lll.ll' . ' 1
sellers. Its field is a (jener.il one of wholesome entertainment and
'inj are four nf ili. tii,.,-! il f.-mnrs for 1004
STR.EET METHODS TOM NAST, CARTOONIST
Hv ALHE'RT TUGEL.OW TAlvc
fllu.lr.in.il l.y llu ilwiti.t nl Hie ur U-Uinuut
cirluon il tin- "I"1 lu' ""eribtd
trt.ltltt KlohUr of fuHU VI IIIO'I " " "'
The I) ivraphy ol Nat i lenubly u nrW pic
lure nl tlie tiniex when history ai uim in the
TIo Ovortlirow of (he Tweed Kln
Tho Civil Wr J'erlod The Honors
of Slavery Tho Kofons jructlon Pe
riod Tho Greeley Presidential Cm.
palnn The Garibaldi Campaign lr
Ilaiv Tho Great lleenan-bayers
Kiflht In London The Illalne Pres-
,itl52W&!i?!Kt h.linS.T.n .11.
I he nne f six or cm lit l's hunt.
THE REVELATIONS OF AN
Which ran in I'hakshh's through Ihc lirt in
.con thiol li will he resumed ill January. 1004.
ir lit response o the demand; of lhouia.,ds ol
jeaders w ho resetted the lerninulion ol the first
SriM. 'I he author still stipuUles thai hisnams
rumt remain a secret
WMKy GEOHCE. Jr.
I0! I'M "tcoiinti nl tomr nf the Wall
lV urli. I. tl .1
Plaint. 1 , M"i" " me niany
NlKr1lM,UfV 'l"1.avf"liS ol Ihe
E'tt nl .1. . .. ,"c I 'I" wiMiiiiii
"SI the Ue (;OVeriior llmwell !
loirnii'i,0 ''"nit ' "keep your
ERN INDIAN WARS
ft1w.!l'rill'"'r M'tory of Ihe ll.atlle
eniaT.V ".' yea, iiuiiie justice to
C?,?' ,uchmens Milks, Imwttn,
W,'"ton. Davis, Suixv
1tllv,!iTul',nlt Indian fiiihts out f
L: siory book! and d un Iv ne
' Prope, place In the history nf our
Mummy and the Humming Bird"
at the Frazer This Evening.
Edward Everett Hale once said,
Det on the country, because one of
its mottoes Is 'Get the Best.'" This
get tho best" principle is just as
applicable to a play as to a senator
or a president. American people
know and understand this innately,
and therein lies tho answer to the
phonomenal popular success and
popular means at once financial and
artistic of "Tho Mummy and the
Humming Bird," the attraction to bo
seen at tho Krazer tonight with
Paul Gllmoro In tho leading role of
Lord Jack Lumley,
It Is a good play because its com
ponent parts for the four cardinal
principles which make greatness In
play: laughter, tears, thrills, ap
plause. To continue with Mr.
Hale: "We must see that the
country has good water, good air.
good wood, good coal, good men,
good women, good newspapers,
good books and good plays."
The good Lord and many enter
prising men have seen to it that we
have all these; and Mr. Jules jiur
ry In particular has seen to It that
wo liavo good plays: for In present
Ing Mr. Paul Gllmore as tho dear
Mnmmv In "The Mummy and tho
Humming Bird," ho is presenting
one of the best heroic comedy
actors on the American stage in
tho best modern comedy of the
present day. "The Mummy and the
Humming Bird" is as full of wit as
an egg Is of meat.
Every Subscriber to Have an Oppor
tunity to Guess 611 a $100
Rubber Tired Buggy
We Will Give Away, Absolutely Free, a Cushion-Tire Buggy,
now on Exhibition in the Show Window of the A. Kunkel
& Co. implement House, Two Doors South of the
East Oregonian Building.
Tho East Oregonian has purchased
from the A; Kunkle Implement Co.
a $100 cushion tiro buggy. It Is a
beauty, strong, servlcablo and well
finished. For each year's subscription
to the Weekly at $l.r0 or for every
StlCrff. T Im.
li.!?.Jtween pendletou and
iT." Sunday. Binge leaves
i 1' ft. Ill nlu of TTlrlnh
,ffn stage leave Uklah
$Jk2t8.! Pendleton 5 p. in.
Ibjrvw. rouna trip, iji eu-
IT-", round irin MirPni1laiin
rnft.KiW) rendition to I'ilol
F McCfim.. n.iit, Bo
All persons knowing
themselves to be in
debted to me will
call and settle their
their accounts as I
need the money.
Annual Meeting of the Inland Empire
Retail Lumbermen, Spokane Wash.,
February 10 to 14.
For tho avobe occasion the O. R.
& N. makes a rato of one and one
third fare for tho round trip on the
certificate plan. Tickets on sale any
threo days prior to the opening day.
For particulars, call on or address
E. C. Smith, agent.
Trlb Is a harmless Positive Cure.
Walla Walla, Wash., Sept, 3, 1903.
I can most heartily recommend Trlb
to any no desirng to quit tho uso of
tobacco. I tried many so-called
cures. I can truthfully say TMB
has cured me of all deslro for To
bacco in any form. TIUB Is a cure.
Z. K. Straight, 119 Main street.
Tollman & Co. local agonts.
Lecture by Poet Laureate.
London, Feb. 5, Alfred Austin,
tho Poet Laureate, made his debut
as a lecturer before a large and
fashionable audience today at tho
Royal Institute. Mr. Austin took
as his subject, "Tho Growing Dis
taste on tho Part of Many for the
Higher Kinds of Poetry."
Ton drunken cowboys shot up the
Mormon church at Burlington, Wyo.,
about 100 pistol shots being fired In
to It from tho Inside. All then took
a drink In the pulpit and srnashod
their bottles against tho altar.
similar amount paid on the daily or numbers wero tJalctl up In 10 differ
cum l-H'onlr 1 r i Yi onricirHini. Is n tit It
rr ' 110 envelopes wero placed In a hat
led to one guess at an unknown num- and tliorouKlily shuffled and shaken,
her or three figures, that will be Threo mc,I)l)erH of tho committee
placed in a sealed envelope. This is tllon took ollt on(, (.VeIo.o each,
not a drawing, lottery, or gift cuter- wnich wcro mnriiod (m0, two, threo,
prise of any kind. ln tho ori)er j wilIc,, n,oy woro
formed by putting together tho threo
numbers In tho order as marked, ono,
two, three, on tho envelopes on which
they are contained. Tho unknown
number will not ho nsncmblod until
tho guessing contest Is completed,
hence no ono will know what It Is to
ho until It Is publicly announced to
ent envelopes by tho committee Tho , subscribers.
The iiumhor of rccolptH Issued In
Itader. tho furnlturo man, E, T.
Wade, the real estate dealer, C. A.
Itobbllts, propilolor of tho Owl Tea
House, Glenn WInslow tho Jewoler,
and A. Kunkel, the Implement man.
Ten numbers from one It) naught
wero cut from a calendar. Thcso
How to Participate
Each receipt for $1.50 for the Dally,
Weekly or Semi-weekly East Oregon
Ian, to any address, the person to
this contest will ho limited to the
number cf guesses posnlhlo In the
range of tho numbers between 012
and 987, as tho unknown number
must bo composed of u flguro within
Those three envelopes wero thon ' 1,1030 Ilnils- 'rl10 ""known number
placed In a larger envclopo and seal
ed and a wax seal placed on tho flap
whom the receipt is issued, will be I and delivered to tho chairman of tho
given an opportunity, absolutely with
out cost, to havo a guess at tho un
known number, nnd the person or
persons guessing nearest that number
will receive as a present and without
any compensation whatever, ana
merely as an expression of good will
on the .part of tho East Oregonian
toward its subscribers, the $100
cushion tired buggy advertised In
this nauer and on exhibition at A.
Kunkel & Co's.' Implement house two
doors south of tho East Oregonian
For each $1.50 paid the holder or
the receipt will have an opportunity
of making ono guess. For trample
If you send $1.50 for one year's sub
scrlotlon the Weekly or $2.00 for
one year's subscription to the Semi-
weekly you are entitled to one guess.
If you pay $5.00 for one year's sub
scription by mail to the Daily you
w 11 eet threo guesses, ir you pay
$7.50 for one year's subscription to
the Daily delivered by carrier you
will got Ave guesses, or If you pay
13.76 for six months of tho Daily by
carrier you are entitled to two guesses.
Nn commission Is allowed to any
tcont or solicitor for securing sub
scribers undor th.s offer, and the
person so subscribing does It with
the iinrlnrnlnnrilner that the Ea?t
Oregonian Is accopted as payment ln
full for the money paid.
Unknown Number How Kreparea.
Mnnilnv. .Tanuary 18. the following
committee of businoss men mot at
tho office of v" ast Oregonian and
formed the unknown number that
will got tho $100 rubber-tired buggy.
Tho committee couwuivu ui
commltteo. M A. Itader to keep un
til tho day tho buggy will bo drawn.
Tho remaining seven envelopes con
taining the other numbers were then
burned In tho prnsenco of tho com
mittee, thus Insuring an absolutely
Each and ovory one of tho commit
tee was thoroughly satisfied with
tho absolute fairness of the method
or selecting ti.o unknown number,
and signed the following stntemont:
"We, tho undersigned, wero pros
ent at the East Oregonian office Mon
day afternoon, January tho 18th, and
assisted In forming tho unknown
number according to tho plan pub
lished, to bo used in the East Ore
gonian guessing contest.
"Under the rules of forming tw
number, It Is Impossible for anyone,
not even tho mcmbcis of this com
mittee, tho publls.-.ers of tho East
Oregonian, or anyono elso to know
what tho number is.
E. T. WADE,
M. A. RADER,
G. A. ROBBINS."
ifnon tho day when tho envelope
Is to be opened and tho buggy award
ed to the person guessing nearest to
the number, the numbers will bo as
sembled In tho ordor ln which tho
envelopes aro marked. It may be sis
low a number as Oiz or as nigu ts
987. As a matter or course, it must
bo three different figures, as no ng-
tiro was used twice. Somebody will
get a splendid $100 present when the
975 receipts nave Deon given out.
The unknown numbeis will bo
cannot bo less than 012 nor more than
To bo a perfectly fair and legiti
mate gticsslns uitcst tho number to
bu guecHod at must bn ami remain
absolutely unknown. Thoro must be
no chance for tho East Oregonian,
the rommlttro, or any subscriber to
know tho number ami this plan will
InHtiro that result.
Tho receipts for this guessing con
tost will ho numbered In duplicate,
but (he stub will bo only for tho pur
poso of Identifying tho subscriber
who is tho successful guessur each
Hiihiirrihcr writing tho guess number
on tho back of his receipteach one
making his or her own guess at the
unknown number. As soon as tho re
rolptB aro all sold tho guessing con
test will ho over and tho nearest num
ber awarded tho buggy.
How the Guesses are Made.
On securing a rocclpt for $1.60 the
person wishing to guess will write
his guess on the back of tho receipt
In ink or ndcllblo peucl, writing only
ono guois on each rocelpt, and de
Igniting tho same In the scaled ballot
box provided at the East Oregonian
office for that purpose. Subscribers
out of town will bo allowed to make
their guess In the same manner, and
send the same In a sealed envelop
plainly marked "East Oregonian
Guessing Contest," and they will be
deposited ln the box. The seals on
tho box will not be broken until all
tho receipts In the guessing contest
aro sold 976 receipts In all.
Subscribers can now get their
guessing coupons. Subscribers by
mail can send in their money and
with the receipt a guessing coupon
will bo mailed to them. Old sub
scribers are entitled to guesses on
renewals as well as new subscriber.