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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904
k .n.bt MARK
jordon Dye Hosiery
NOT SPEAK TOO HIGHLY OF J
! PERSONAL MENTION.
HAS, AND NO LINE GIVES
FOR THE MONEY. WE
L.-m NO Lint
b i.J.nM THE GORDEN
PU I " ' ntiniM&RV SERVICE
bH urM FOR MEN AT 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50cJ FOR WO
V THEM FOR Mt" CHILDREN AT 2 FOR
IN at'15c, ZU- -
AND 25C. ...- vnM u.vc orcM BUYING DO
rHILDREN 5 nuoc w
,F AT SFACTION, TRY A PAIR OF PUR GORDON
e HERCULES HOSE, 25c PER PAIR. NONE WEAR BETTER.
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALT. A
It takes a brigm
,lce the reauing -
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le brightest editor can't
lays ao u.
i tats at the Iloston.
C Ittder. Got Sunny.
leioUrd's beer at The Mint.
lys' clothing, naer & Daley.
tt a nop coat.", Tlie liosion.
Ulas and Hanan shoes, me
a Tata has filed a petition ask-
to hs annexed to roruanu.
til tads of cinders for tho
iUi, tt tie. Domestic Laundry. '
fcs B;ckers, Instructor lu music,
Etler Piano House, Court street.
'mine Kentucky unto gruaH,
iyal Green' 'brand. It Brows.
:uite o( rooms, with or withaut
rd, suitable for two. Inquire at
resident Harper, of Chicago Unl-
slljr, Is recovering rapidly Ironi
operation for appendicitis.
ast received 30c navel oranges,
ch we will sell whllo th4y last
J for 5c, 20c per dozen. F. S.
3 unsuccessful effort lias been
Je by the Imperial party In Gor-
y. to repeal the law excluding
mis from the empire.
'ostmaMer-General l'ayne is so-
ely afflicted with Eout. It has
umed a rheumatic pliaso. his
art has become arfeeted ami his
Edition is serious.
Fresh garden, field and flower
leds In bulk and packages. All
lis season's stock and sure to nro-
Ice. Our seeds are suitable to tlils
mate. C. Hohrman. Court
Got Sunny. V C Rader.
Fresh fruit daily nt Martin's.
Now spring shirts, The Boston.
Pure Welnnard's beer nt The Mint.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
New lino men's sweaters. The
Dine at tho St. George. Everything
Smokers eel satisfaction at How
ard's, formerly Roes' clga. store.
The men that marry most fre
(inontly for money are the ministers.
Tho Snliltn corset, pompadour
bangs and hair oods at Mrs. Camp
Get your clothes cleaned and
nrnRsed at Joerger's, 12C West
Court street. s
Teutsch Is offering 87 hats, broken
lines, regular $3 and $3.G0 values, to
close at $2.00.
97 hats, correct shapes, broken
sizes, regular $3 and $3.fi0; to close,
$2.00. At Toutsch's.
A fine high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
113 care East Oregonlan.
Men'i hats cleaned and b.ocked;
clothes cleaned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys' 222 East Court street..
10,000 oranges sold last week,
speaks for the .quality of our navel
oranges; 3 for Be, 20c per dozen. F.
S. Younger & Son.
Wanted Cattle to take with our
herd to pasture in tho mountains.
Terms very reasonable, can on or
address Maple Bros., Court street.
For Rent Suite of rooms lu East
Oregonlan building. Steam lieateu.
Hnt nnd cold water and bath room
on same fioor. Call at East Oregonlan
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"mi and evcrutk:.- ,
nt In the cty u ,mpo"' I
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,.( r'.wuc ana
' YOU all
W. H. Reed of Huron, Is down to
day on business.
Fred Lockley Is registered nt the
"acres In Walla Walla.
T. G. Halley was a visitor In
Athena today on business.
A. B. Stephens' of Umatilla, Is ift
the city today on business.
C. F. Weiss, of Milton, Is In the
city for a short vl3it on business.
Miss Lizzie Thomas, of Waitsburg,
is visiting friends In tho city ror a
E. L. Masteraon, of Elgin, was a
visitor In town yesterday for a short
time on business.
M. Pedro, the well known sheep
man of Butter creek, was a business
visitor In the city yesterday.
Robert Johnson, one of the promt
nont wood dealers of Huron, is in the
city on a brief business visit.
T. J. Tweedy, tho reservation
farmer, will begin spring plowing In
a few days, with a largo torce.
A. J. Adams, of Milton, spent tho
dav In the city. Ho is one of tho
prominent farmers and stockmen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Saylor, of Eflio,
wore the guests of Pendleton friends
vosterdav for a short visit in the
T. G. Montgomery, tho grain deal
or, left this morning for a short visit
in Walla Walla In the Interest of his
William Moore, one of the grain
buyers, was a visitor to Walla Walla
today, where he Is called
W F. Matlock left yesterday for
n visit of a few days lu Portland
wlmrn he has been called on a busi
C. .1. Mlllls, of tho O. R. & N., was
n vlnltnr In tho city today for a
short time on business In connection
with tho road.
C. J. Freece, tho representative of
tho Spokesman-Review, Is registered
nt tin. Hotel Pendleton for a short
visit in the city.
Miss Evelyn J. Sheek, of Portland,
Is at homo visiting her parents, Mi
ami Mrs. 1.. O. Shock, of this city
for a short time.
H. n. Connell. of Umntllla, was In
pltv vosterdav for a short time
on business connected with his work
for the O. R. & N.
Dr. W. S. Holt, who has been
iiw pv for several days In the
terest of Pendleton Academy,
this evening lor La Grande.
A. Perard, a prominent sheepman
from Pilot Rock. Is, In the city today.
His flocks are In tho best or condi
tion and ho expects a better clip of
wool than last year.
C. V. Dyment, Blue Mountain cor
respondent of the Spokesman-Review,
was in Pendleton today. He
left on the morning train for tho In
terior of tho county.
C. H. Hudson of Gllllland, was a
business visitor in the city today.
Mr. Hudson Is a member of the dem
ocratic county central committee,
and is a prominent stockman,
RETURNED FROM MALHEUR.
Extraordinary Rainfall John T.
Whistler Expected Soon.
J. H. Lewis, the engineer who has
had charge of the government
irntlon work in this section
The Progressive Jewels
'26 Main Street
the absence of Chief Engineer John
T. Whistler, has returned from a
two-months' trip into Ainineur coun
ty. While there the work was drown
ed out by the rains, which huvc
boon tho heaviest for many years.
There was more wator in tho vicin
ity of Vale while Mr. Lewis was
there than can bo rememueieu u,
the oldest Inhabitant.
k Mr. Lewis will remain in hub n.jr
until tho arrival of Mr. Whistler,
who Is expected some time uuimb
the week, when plans for the sea
son's work will bo mapped out and
the force put in the Iieiu.
Hudson Bay Farm Sold.
Hattie J. McNemar and her hus
band have sold to George S. Fox for
$1,700, the north half of tho south
east quarter, and the southeast
quartor of the southeast quarter of
section 30, In township 6, north of
range 34 east, being a tract of land
in the Hudson Bay country.
Elks Take Notice.
Elks will meet In regular session
this evening at usual place. Elec
tion of oflicers nnd other business
of importance. All members re
quested to be present..
CHAS. E. uean, o.
G. A. HARTMAN, E. R.
Easter Things for the Ladies
, Fine hemstitched embroidery turnovers; chiffon stock collars In
white, blue and Persian; collar and cuff sets, with Bulgarian embroid
ery; fine lace collars In white and ecru; plain white hemstitched .col
lars; lace stock collars In cream or ecru; white linen stock, In white
or black; fine lace neck pieces In cream, white or ecru; collars appll
qued In white, blue or Persian; white linen embroidered collars and
cuffs: silk collars trimmed with nold lace and bead medallions; taffeta
silk collars with stole effect. We mlfjht enumerate more, but we de
sire that you come and see for yourself. The sun does not go down on
the day that does not see new things brought Into the Peoples Ware
Our Ready-to-Wear Department
An ad without mention of this section would be Incomplete. We
can now show you everything In a dress skirt from $1 to $40 each.
SHIRT WAI&TS from 48c to $5 each and In the waists, as skirts,
hundreds to select from.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS AND COSTUMES In variety greater than all
the other stores In tomn put together, with n range of prices from $5
to $100 apiece.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES? We have them and lots of pretty ones to
select from, too.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, WRAPPERS, KIMONAS, DRESSING
TEA GOWNS and SILK UNDERWEAR, In fact, everything that you
would expect to find In an up-to-date city rendy-to-wear store.
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
NEW DIVISION ROADMASTER.
Peter Grant, of the La Grande Di
vision, Retires From the O. R. &
.Peter Grant, who has been divis
ion roadmaster on tho La Grande
division of the D. R. & N. under
W. Bollons, general roadmaster, or
this city, for the past three years,
has resigned his position and will go
into business at La Grande.
N. J. Oman, who has been with
the O. R. & N. for the past seven
months, has been appointed acting
division roadmaster, and . took
charge of the office yesterday. Mr.
Oman was formerly with the Chi
cago Great Western nnd is an exper
ienced track man.
TO CURE A COLD
IN ONE DAY.
Tnlo T ow,i llrninn UUlDlDe 'iUDIelS.
Ail UrugglstB refund the money If It falls
to cure. H. W. drove's signature on
eacn box. 2Gc,
por a Snri - .
a Serin-, t--i .
u ,Un.c ana B,ood purfler ,8 Sa88afrag Bark Tea.
"commend. It f0
r chronic rheumatism nnd cutaneous
Can furnl.l, . .... . ..
10c on,, ' wun a very select SASSAFRAS BANK.
"pound Package; 25c pound.
A. C. KOEPPEN 4 BROTHERS
Medal Contest Postponed.
The W. C. T. U. medal contest
will be held In the Baptist church
on Monday evening, March 21, In
stead of Friday evening. It has been
postponed on account ol tne prom
otion speaking at tho court house
IMMIGRANTS WORK HARD.
Pioneer Lralslator Who Made a
That Lives Today.
"Gabo" Bouek of Oshkosh, Wis.,
who died n fow days ago, was ono
of "Homer's men." As soon speak of
Colonel Achilles as of being Cplonel
Gabriel Ilmick. Titles did not belong
to him. He did not need them, says
Georgo Washington and Abranain
Lincoln first. If you insisted. After
them "Gabe" Brouck, among all the
blue-shlrted stulwart men who cut
down the plno trees in Northern Wis
consin. Tills was why:
In the out days unscrupulous Job
bers wotlld hire a crew of men and
lake them into the woods. All winter
tjiey would work and would cut down
a, great store of logs. Wages were
never paid until the biiow broke up
and tho men came out of tho woods.
Then the workmen would be told
Unit times were hard: that a chattel
mortgage covered all the tlmb
had cut, and they mlgiu go
for their wages.
"Qnbe" Bouck saw that an Injustice
was being played on the lumbermen
and he acted accordingly. In tho
face or wealthy opposition he Intro
duced a bill and forced it to a pass
age. Ever since the lumbermen have
known it as the "log lien law." It
Kave to the men who had cut the
timber an absolute lien for the
amount or their wages on tho logs
Slnco then "Gabe" Bouck has been
one or the best known men in all tho
vast stretches of the Wisconsin
The president had the "say'1 and
fixed the salaries of the Panama ca
nal commission at $12,000 pr year,
with un aduitlonal $15 per day and
expenses paid while on duty on the
LADIES OF PENDLETON
THE DISPLAY OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY WE
HAVE IS WINNING THE ADMIRATION OF ALL WHO HAVE
SEEN IT. WE HAVE THE BRIGHTEST IDE8 OF THE FASH
ION CENTERS. ALL THE NEW, LOVELY CREATIONS OF MIL
THE STYLES FOR THIS SEASON ARE WORKS OF ART,
AND ARE RARE BEAUTIES.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO PAY US A VISIT AND
EXAMINE OUR SHOWING. j tl i4 ,
J THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
Housekeeping f s easy
enough, so far as Schilling's
On New Life
Not only does Immigration bring
to America tne strongest, ueanui
and most energetic and adventurous
of the work people of Europe and
Aula, but those who come work much
harder than they uiu ai noiue.
Migration tears a mau away from
the. traditions, the routine, the social
props, on which he has learned to re
ly, and throws him among strangers
upon his own resources. Ho must
swim or drown. At the samo time he
cams higher wages and eats more
nourishing food than he had over
thought within the reach of ono In
his station. His ambition Ja AroU, Ho
Is Btlrred by the new tonic of feeling
himself actually rising In the world
Ho pictures to himself a home of his
own he economizes and saves money
to send to his friends and family or
to return to his beloved land a per
son of Importance.
Watch a gang of Italians shoveling
dirt under an Irish boas, or a sweat
shop of Jewish tailors under a small
contractor, and you shall seo feverish
production of wealth as an American
born citizen would scarcoly enduto.
Partly fear, partly hopo, make tho
r..utt immigrant tho hardest, If not
tho most Intelligent workor In our In
dustrlos, John It. Commons In We
Chautauquan for February.
Sol Louie, a sub-chief of tho Coour
d'Aiono Indians, Is snld to bo heart
broken because of his wlfo's lufidol
Thero nro two things in lifo for
which a man Is novor propared
go. They are moneyback ;
make no trouble to anybody.
PLEASES THE TASTE
Ask for GOLD LEAF Brand
Costa Rico Coffoo In ono pound packages.
Jnva nnd Mocha Coffee In ono pound packnges.
For sale by all up-to-dnto grocers.
Spices, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Good Tools, Lighter Labor
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOL8 IF YOU GET THEM OF U8.
CARPENTER TOOL8, ' . '""' : tJA.fr''
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING.
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co.
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer Is desired, Welnnard's al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More WelnhagJ's
beer Is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined,
WEINHARD'S BEER '
Peter Menderna&h Is distributor for Pendleton and It Will ftl
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold storage.
iVSr AT "RT ATVJK"Q Write the East Qv
LiZiiXjnLJU IJLlJLltuC gonlan for a free cat
alogue of them. A full supply always kept to stock.