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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1904.
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SPECIAL SUIT SALE
Suits sold for less than the s cost of the
cloth. You can take your choice of any
$15.00, $18.00 or $20.00 tailor made suits for
EASTERN DEMOCRATS ARE
GROOMING THE NEW YORKER.
Vc can't describe them, you must see them, to really believe
wlrnt marvels of Uut tnllor art they nro and fully realize the
greatest values wearoollerlngyou. Call and let us show you
our Hue. By giving you the greatest values that will compel
yu to purchase now. Bee display In corner window.
wood Wotk is the Cheapest
Have your sewer connections made and your sewer work
one Dy an cxijunum-uu wan wnu yuaraiuces nis worK, work
atrusted to me is never slighted. If you place your job in
tiy hands it will be done right and at a resonable price. Poor
swer work means a continuous expense, while first-class work
tuts a lifetime and causes no trouble or additional costs. Con-
nit me before you give an order for your work.
H. F. SHULTZ
fxc, Jucfd Building, Room 1 2. Phone Black 30
THE MOST WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
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Have a Close and Effective Bu,
reau Organized With .Plenty of
Money Behind It.
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Now York, Feb. 6. A morning
paper announced that at a lnnclicon
to bo given tomorrow at the home
of William F. Sheehan tho boom for
Judge Alton B. Parker for tho dem
ocratic nomination for the presiden
cy will bo launched In a formal man
ner. In order that tho luncheon
will not have tho appearanco of
politics about It many women will
bo present, and among them will be
leaders of society. In Just what
form the putting forward of Judge
Parker as the favored son of Now
York for tho presidential nomina
tion will bo done has not been
learned, but It Is known that tho
plan Is to have It done In a manner
that will make It significant and
that cannot bo misunderstood.
Following tho luncheon at tho
home of Mr. Sheehan a dinner for
Judge Parker will bo held. At that
dinner leading New York demo
crats, representing every faction of
tho party, will be present. Judgo
Parker'B candidacy will there bo
emphasized and It will bo made
plain, If possible, that as a candi
date he will have the support of tho
business Interests of the country.
These plans aro a departure from
those contemplated a fortnight ago.
It was then thought well to start the
Parker boom with a big dinner at
the Metropolitan club, but that was
advised against by wise politicians,
who thought that such a move might
create a bad impression in some
quarters. It was then decided to
place Judge Parker fairly before
the country as a receptive candidate
In a manner that would make It pos
sible to show that he Is popular with
Much work In a quiet way has
his most ardent supporters being
been done for Judge Parker, among
Mr. Sheehan and August Belmont.
First to be done, In tho opinion of
those most practiced In the arts of
politics, was to convince the busi
ness public that Judge Parker is a
safe man. It Is said that to this
end his position on many subjects of
Interest to the business world may
be explained at the dinner to be
given after tho Sheehan luncheon,
at which Judge Parker and his wife
will be tho principal figures.
There has boon much discussion
as to whether In the event of the
nomination of Judge Parker by the
democratic national convention his
campaign should be directed by a
business man with no political af
filiations of by a politician of the
old school, such as Gorman or
Smith. Some thought It would be
better to make a complete turn,
placing tho management of the cam
paign In tho hands of some shrewd
man better known In Wall street
than elsewhere. Other counsel is
said to have prevailed, however,
with the result that it has already
been decided, so It is said, to make
a compromise, and, should Judge
Parker bo his party's choice, his
campaign Is to bo directed by
August Belmont, who Is closely con
nected -with most of tho great corpo
rate Interests and who Is no novice
at the game of polities
wclcomo to all. Jonathan Edwards,
West End Chapel Corner West
Webb and Maple streets. Sunday
school at 3 p. m. All Invited. J. Ed
First Presbyterian Church 10 n.
m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., sermon
by Rev. W. H. Bleakncy, of Pendle
ton Academy; G:45 p. m., Christian
Endeavor; 7:30 p. m., sermon.
Strangers In tho city aro especially
Invited to all tho services.
Temple Chapel and Pleasant View
The regular services at Temple
and Pleasant View will bo resumed
on February 14, under tho chargo of
llcv, rtobert Diven. Services will :o
held at Temple at 11 a. m and at
Pleasant View at 3 p. m. A hearty
in Itatlon to all tho services is ex
tended to tho public.
ftf . . ..'iithlr. of
Nevada, v.. was
cured ny rvouui
i save iron'1
I Tillman I r 1..,1lnw
A, C. Kooppon &
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At 8 o'clock
songs that have
""art of the world"
"tar of Organization
dement for Twenty
7SC! Gallery, 50c
Mrs.W.W. Lay- I
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GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
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Leave orders at Neuman's
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Tho Oregon Dairy Journal cm be
found on sola at Fratler'a boo store
An Early Riser.
A strong, healths-, active constltU'
Hon depends largely on tho condi
tion of tho liver. Tho famous lit
tlo pills known as OeWItt's Little
Early Risers not only clcanso tho
system but they strengthen tho ac
tion of the liver and rebuild tho tis
sues supporting that organ. Little
Larly Risers aro easy to act, they
never gripe and yet they are abso
lutely certain to produce results
that are satisfactory in all cases.
Sold by Tallman & Co.
Likes Umatilla County.
T. J. Norwood, a contractor and
builder of Pendleton, lato of Illinois,
was in town this week taking a
look at Weston. Ho may decldo to
locate hero, together with Mrs. Nor
wood, if satisfied with tho building
outlook, as ho is much pleased with
Weston, Its pure water, and natural
advantages. Mr. Norwood came to
Oregon from Illinois to escape the
cold weather, and feels quite com
fortablc when ho reads of "25 be
low" at his former home. Weston
t FRED KAUFFMANNtfl
m in r t,
drafting the attention toiTill
those little details make the ear-
ments a pleasure to wear.
ouus git ana up(
Trousers $4 and. up
A half thousand Nobby Patterns
wiil be pleased to show them
and take your measure.
THE AMERICAN TAILOR
Chicago, U. S. A.
guarantees to please and fit you
HOW DO YOU
expect people to know what
vou have to sell If vou dont
The new store can never be A rlCDTIOCO
known unless It advertises HUV Cni I IOC f
t SUNDAY AT t
THE CHURCHES J
Methodist Episcopal Church 10
a, m., Sunday school, A. J, Owens,
superintendent; 11 a. m., preaching;
12:15 p. m., class meeting, Hov. G.
W. Rlgby, leader; 3 p. m., Junior
League; 0:30 p. m., Epworth League;
7.30 p. m., sermon. All aro cordial
ly Invited to attend. Itobert War
M. E. Church, South Subject of
morning, "Seeking the Kingdom."
Evening. "Adding Christian Graces;
EVnm vnUh in ijiva." Sunday school
at 10 a. m., I. E. Earl, superintend
ent; Junior League ni s p. m.; ep
worth League at 6:30; preaching at
7:30. You aro welcome to these
Church of the Redeemer Divine
sorvlco tomorrow at hours as fol
lows: Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
sermon and celebration of the holy
,.,., minn nt 11 a. m.: confirma
tion class at 4 p. m.i evening prayer
and address nt 7!JU.
First Christian Church Sunday
school, 10 a. m. Dr. S. M. Martin
preaches at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
At 3 p. rn. Dr. Martin lectures to
men and women on "Personal Habits
of Mon and Women." During tho
past week Dr. Martin has preached
. oi.lo nml Intnrestln? scrmoUS.
Tho subjots announced for tuo
coming week are still more inieresv
in. Rnhlnni tonicht. "What Is Dap
itJU tnri" Mondav nleht. "Christ's
1,1 Ml UI .
Second Coming and the End of the
World." Everybody coruiuiiy mvif
ed to attond. N. H. Drooka, pastor
Conoregatlonal Church Sunday
t n in rt,!n.lr, mnminp wor-
ship and preaching at 11, aubjoct,
"Tho scenes oi viurmvo
v I T.-n.lrtnmli' ,n O ( H tl P- fit 3 Tl. III.
ovonlnu service at 7:30. A cordial
Every Subscriber to Have an Oppor
tunity to Guess on 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.
The East Oregonian has purchased
from the A. Kunklo Implement Co.
a $100 cushion tire buggy. It Is a
beauty, strong, scrvlcable and well
finished. Por each year's subscription
to the Weekly at $1.50 or for every
similar amount paid on tbe dally or
semi-weekly tho subscriber Is entit
led to ono guess at an unknown num
ber of three figures, tuai win ne
,,inrAfi In a npnlprt nnvplnnn. This is
not a drawing, lottery, or gift enter
prise or any Kina.
How to Participate
T,"ol, rnnnlnf tnr 1 RO fnr h(1 DnllV.
Weekly or Semi-weekly East Oregon
ian, to any address, tho person to
whom the receipt Is Issued, will bo
given an opportunity, absolutely wuu
out cost, to have a guess at tho un
known number, and tho person or
persons guessing nearest that number
.1,111 roolvn aa n nrPRPnt and without
any compensation whatever, and
merely as an expression oi buou win
on tho part of tho East Oregonian
toward its subscribers, tho $100
cushion tired buggy advertised In
this paper and on exhibition ai a.
Kunkel & Co's. Implement houso two
doors south of the East Oregonian
omti ti r.n nalri tho holder of
tho receipt will have an opportunity
of making one guess. For example
If you send 1.E0 for one year's sub
scription tho Weekly or $2.00 for
ono year's subscription to tho Semi-
weekly you aro enwuea to ono bucd.
If you pay $5.00 for one year's sub
scription by mall to the Dally you
will got three guesses. If you pay
$7.50 for ono year's subscription to
tbe Dally aouvorea oy
l MiAaBOfl nr if vou nay
Will BUt " -- " -
$3.76 for six mouths of tho Dally by
carrier you are enimtiu m iwo
No commission Is allowed to any
nr miicltor for securing sub-
b ,.-o- il. c nffi and the
SCriuurB uuuw - ,.,
person so subscribing does it with
tho unacrsianuiHB "" -Oregonian
Is accepted as payment in
full for tho money para.
UnKnown wumuei ',
Monday, January 18, tho following
....J i..,nn0flii mnn mnt at
commiueu oi uuoiu
tho office of wast Oregonian ana
,,n ihn unknown numbor tnai
WIU get the $100 nibber-tlrod buggy,
The commltteo consisted of M. A
Itader, tho furnlturo man, H, T.
Wade, tho real cstalo dealer, G. A.
Itobblns, propilotor of tho Owl Tea
Houso, Glenn Wlnslow tho Jeweler,
and A. Kunkel, tho Implement man.
Ten numbers from ono to naught
were cut from a calendar. Thcso
numbers wcro tooled up In 10 differ
ent envelopes by tho commltteo. Tho
10 envelopes wcro placed In a hat
and thoroughly shuffled and shaken.
Three members of tho committee
then took out ono onvclopo each,
which wero marked one, two, throo,
In tho order in which they wero
These threo envelopes wero then
placed In a larger envelope and seal
nrl nml n wny n.-h1 nlaccd on tho 11 IIP
and delivered to tho chairman of tho
commltteo, M A, Rader to keep un
til the day the buggy will bo drawn.
The remaining soven envelopes con
taining tho other numbers wcro thon
burned In tho presence of tho com
mltteo, thus Insuring an absolutely
Rnrh nnd ovcry ono of the commlt
teo was thoroughly satisfied with
tho absolute fairness of tho motbod
of selecting ti.e unknown number,
nnd Hiened tho following statement:
" urn ihn iinriAmienGd. wero pres
ent at 'the East Oregonian offlco Mon
day afternoon, January mo mm, nuu
assisted in lorming iuu umiuinu
.n.i.n. aAnrH!ncr in tho nlan nub-
uum iJi.1 !-.-" n - -
llshed, to be used In tho East Ore
gonian guessing couicdi,
"Under tho rules of forming the
if u imnriBBllile for anyone.
ii u in , iv : .. , .
not oven tho m"rabors of this com
mltteo, tho publissers oi mo
Oregonian, or anyono else to know
what tho number is.
E. T. WADE,
M. A. ItADEH,
O. A. ItODDINS."
, Anv wiipn thfi enveloo
is to be opened and tho buggy award
ed to tho person guessing nearest to
tho numbor, tne numuero w... u
semblcd in tho order in which tho
, .o mnrVmV It mSV b0 KB
low a number as 012 or as high is
987. As a matter ot course, it m
At JIMfAnl flcrlirAfl. &R HO fig-
n ,..ni tmlo Rnmebodv Will
get a splendid $100 present when the
97G receipts have been glvon out.
(Th. ..nbnnmn niimbeia Will DO
formed by putting togcthor tho threo
numbora In tho order us marked, ono,
two, threo, on tho envolopos on which
they aro contained. Tho unknown
number will not bo assembled until
tho guessing contest Is completed,
honco no ono will know what It ts to
be until It Is publicly announced to
Tho number of receipts Issued In
this contest will bo limited to the
number cf guesscx possible In the
range of tho numbers between 012
nnd 087, as tho unknown numbor
must bo composed of a figure within
thoso limits. Tho unknown numbor
cannot bo less than 012 nor mora than
To bo a perfectly fair and legiti
mate giiosHlns intest tho number to
bo guoEscd ut must bo and remain
absolutely unknown. There must be
no chanco for tho East Oregonian,
tho commltteo, or any subscriber Jo
know tho numbor and this plan will
lusuro that result.
Tho receipts for this guessing con
tost will bo numbered In duplicate,
but tho stub will bo only for the pur.
poso of identifying tho subscriber
who Is the successful euesser each
subscriber writing the guess number
on tho back of his receipt each one
making his or her own guess at the
unknown numbor. As soon as tho re
ceipts aro all sold the guessing con
test will bo over and the nearest num
ber awarded tho buggy.
How the Guesses are Made,
Dn ceiirlnr ft recoiot for $1.60 the
person wishing to guess will write
his guess on llio uacic oi iuo reiDiyk
In ink or ndeliblo ,ienc,l, writing only
ono guess on each receipt, and de
positing tbe samo In tho sealod ballot
box provided at the East Oregonian
offlco for that purpose. Subscriber
out of town will be anowea w uao
tholr guoss In the samo manner, and
send tho same in a sealed envelope
plainly markort "isasi uregumiui
Guessing Contest," and they will bo
deposited in tho box. The seals on
tho box will not bo broken until all
tho receipts In the guessing contest
are sold 976 receipts in all.
Subscribers can now get iuoif
guessing coupons. Subscribers by
mall can sond in their money and
with tha recolpt a guessing coupon
will be mailed to them. Old sub
scribers aro entitled to guesses ,oa
renowals as well as new w""