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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1904.
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The Well Dressed Man Wffl Wear
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
BECAUSE
They fit perfectly.
They look well always.
' They wear a long while.
They keep their shape.
J. E. Tilt S3.50 and $4.00 shoes for men are the best popular
priced shoe on the market. They all have ROCK OAK SOLES.
ASSOCIATION
1ST
NG
agonts of tho other companies hold'
Ing policies on tho building and
stock, and will have completed his
work In a day or so.
NEW VESTRY BOARD.
COMMERCIAL CLUB ADDS
TWENTY-TWO MEMBERS
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
Fhone Main 1181.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
REPORTED LOSSES "UNTRUE.
Association without detriment to tho
I Sportsmen's Association.
Stockman From Meacham Creek : Several former members were dls-
8ays But Very Few Cattle Have cussing the question during the day,
Library Question Discussed Plans
for New Quarters in Mllarkey
Building Considered Pendleton
Sportsmen Wish to Merge With
the Association Salary of Libra
rian Discussed and Board of Man
agers Empowered to Raise It-
Letters From Oregon City and
Spokane Chambers of Commerce,
Died In That District.
E. J. Wilbur, the pioneer sawmill
owner and stockman from Wilbur,
on Meacham creek, is In the city
today, and reports the grass in that
vicinity growing nicely,
and could see no reason why the
I sportsmen should wish for, or profit
by tho change. If, however, some
plan could bo reached whoroby the
latter could be made a part of tho
Commercial club without its losing
its Identity or independence of man-
Ho Bays there has been no loss i ncemont. they would be unanimous
of cattle In that district during the ' n their voto for It. They could see
past winter, except about 10 head, that by adding all of tho membership
which were taken from tho vicinity of the Sportsmen's Association to
of Helix to the breaks of tho Uma-thnt of the merchants' body It would
tllla, about three weeks ago, and ( be for the good of the latter, perhnps
wore too weak at the time to with- leading to tho reduction of the dues
stand the rough weather then prevn-.whlch Is so earnestly desired. If
Although the attendance at the
monthly meeting of tho Commercial
Association was small, last night,
Beveral questions of great import
ance were discussed by the meet
ing. Library Discussed.
Foremost In importance wos the
library Question, which was discuss
ed by Dr. P. W. Vincent and T. C.
Taylor, members of the library com
inlttce. Dr. Vlncont thought tho 11
brary should bo boxed up and stored
away until such time ns the associ
atlon had more room In which to
placo it in a regular library room.
fitted up for tho purpose. As It is
now, he thinks It a thorn In the side
-.wnicn is so eurni-auy uuairuu. n , . ,, , a fVnr mil,
lent. some such plan can be mnde the ?. , ,,;. ..,n ,i, in.
I mm mon wilt fnvnr thn rhnnnr. lint ' 11 uul ul u" "
i ties for conducting it on a more
systematic plan are at hand.
The reports of several hundred gun men will favor the change, but
head having perished are absolutely otherwise they will not.
unfounded. Very little hay nas
been fed there during the wintor and
stock is generally in good condition.
FUSION POSSIBLE.
Talk
Labor Is Scarce.
Contractors on the 'various build
ings under course of construction In
this city, find that labor is very
scarce this spring. Housecieaning
He had thought of fitting up a room
in the rear of tho present associa
tion rooms, by doing away with the
pool table, in which the library could
be installed. He also tnougni k aa
scarce mis spriUK. nuusuuwuiui, , - ----- ,. .i,i
of Uniting Sportsmen's and and papering and painting are being I visablo to permit the high school
Merchants' Organizations. carried on to such an extent that It ffi1" "to S
At the meeting of the Commercial "ra" of their school work
Association last evening It was stat- 'An tKhe tradeB in thl. ct. are'and literary exercises.
iiui owing 10 iuu iiicui
in membership In the association all
the room is now needed for the
ed that the Sportsmen's Association
wuuld like to join with It, and the
matter was referred to the member
ship committee for Investigation.
H. J. Stlllman, the president of , Bho are wonderng
i n atiApt am r Ttrr a annti in men rn i 1
busy to the limit, and not a man is
Idle who is willing to work. Farm
1 1 nMn .,l.,nU,,l tlmn
they were two weeks ngo, and i amusement of the members and it is
if
there useless to think of fitting up a back
the sportsmen, was seen in regard i , b h , on hond to c them'room for library purposes,
n frhn nlnn nml winonn fnf tho Pfin . . .
templated change, and stated that,throush the lambing season,
the matter had not been discussed M Bore to Porlland.
by the la ter association at any of Bore ,8 morn,
their meetings, and ho did not Know Portland, where she will be the
how the rumor was started Ho fr, fl f t, ft
stated, however, that he would bo n, h h , t hom0 b
.n uccuru w.lU uu, ,,.au .uau uu.u f geattIe jn order that 8he may
work for tho good of the Commercial vst wlth' her daughter. Miss Fan-
iCut Glass!
DO
THESE ARE
OUR JEWELS
YOU WANT ANY OF
THEM.
chion Borle, who is attending
University of Wnshlngton.
the
Lots Sold.
Cecil R. Wade has sold lots fi and
C, In Cole's addition, to Roland OH- j ctipled by
vor, ior ioou.
They are yours if you want
them (H a reasonable price.
Wo have them in our front
window, and as it Is a now
shipment, would like to have
you tome In and see the pret
ty now cuttings.
"M
TALLMAN & CO.
Leading Druggists
BArtWG POWDER
. 6A.VSB ONE-THIRD THE EQGS.
SAVES TWO-THIRDS THE MONEY
! I SAVES ALL, THE WORRY.
One Pound JicenU. All Grocer.
1YOT GOOD, NOT HERE
FROM "AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH."
The American authority on matters of sanitation and hygiene.
"Tho factors which distinguish a superior from an infonor
coffeo aro u. bo found, first, in the quality of raw material that Is
selected and. secondly, In tho skill and care with which the borrj
Is treated. Illustrations of what Is meant by poor coffeo aro
everywhere at hand. Examples of what an expert understands by
a distinctly suporior coffee, hjwover-one which Is characterized
by tho best ouality of berry and the most discriminating skill and
caro throughout all tho processes of preparation these are met
with only at long intervals. Despite this fact, however, such a
coffee enmo boforo our attention only a short tiroo ago. It was
Spurr's Revere Coff e, offered by the Howard W. Spun- Coffeo
Company, of Boston. In rcipmse to a most c.uclal examinatlDa,
this coffeo displayed a purity, a strength, a delicate and delicious
flavor and a hygenlc value sich as to warrant its mention in our
editorial columns and to Justify us in recommending it to our
readers in terms of most unqualified praise. A number of to us
performed of different samples of this article served to exhibit the
fact that there was no variation in Its high standard of merit.
Tho blending of the coffeo :n question was wholly fault ess, es
evidenced by tho possession of a degreo of savoriness which was
all that could be asked by the most-tflscriralnatlng connoisseur.
Now tho fact to which In this connection the Journal of Health
desire to direct attention Is that a distinctly suporior coffee such
as Smirrt Revere Coffeo has virtues of far greater Importance
than 'moro toothsomeness. Pesldes Doing eminently agreeable to
tho palate, a coffeo like tho one to which reference has Just bean
mado performs a hygienic function of such moment that it can
nt bo neglected by any seeksr after good health. Tho effect
which a Jilgt T grade coffeo exercises on the digestive organs s
beneficial In nn eminent decree. It aids the process by which
nmrlUon Is converted intp vitality; and by stimu at ng : tho desire
for food serves to Increase tho slock of vigor which, through the
agency of an Increased appetite and a consequent enhanced con
sumption of nourishment wo come to have at our command.
Properties such as these bolong only to a distinctly superior
coffeo like Spurr's Revere Coffeo, and by no means attach to no
general run of coffees." ,
Tho nbovo sustains our contention that Roero Coffeo is tho
host coffeo In tuo world,
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
Telephone Main 28 J
T. C. Taylor's Plans.
Mr. Taylor opposed any schemes
by which the library was to be re
moved from the association rooms,
or to pass from under tho direct con
trol of an association librarian, and
thought the proper thing to do was
to allow the library to remain where
It is and as It Is, until more room
can be secured In which to properly
shelve It and care for It.
In this connection, he mentioned
the possibility of a new building at
the rear of the present building oc-
the Brock & McComas
drug store, and If such building was
erected, the association could se
cure rooms In which to fit up suita
ble library quarters.
A letter was read from the Cham
ber of Commerco of Oregon City,
urging the association to make every
effort to hurry up congressional ac
tion on tlti Celilo canal appropria
tion. For Lower Freight Rates.
Letters woro also read from tho
kane Chn.mber ot Conim,crce ask
ing tli6 fc6-oporatlon of the associa
tion, in the mattor of securing lower
freight rates, for the Interior points,
in view of doing away with tho re
turn local freight from coast points,
On Eastern shipments of merchan
dise. Spokane Is endeavoring to se
mre a terminal freight rato, as low
las that now In force at Sound cities
and Portland, and If Spokane se
cures such a rate, it must come to
all Interior points having more than
one railroad line.
The matter was referred to the
transportation committee.
Pendleton Sportsmen Want to Merge
A proposition from tho Pendleton
Snortsmon's Asociation looking to
the merging of that association with
the Commercial Association, was re
ferred to the committee on mem
bership, for action.
To Raise Librarian's Salary.
On motion of T. C. Taylor, tho
matter of raising the salary ot the
librarian was referred to tho board
of managers for Immediate action.
The librarian now receives but $35
per month and while his duties as li
brarian prevout him from engaging
In' any other business, It was the
sense of tho meeting that the salary
should be Increased.
Twenty-two New Members.
Twenty-two new members were
received into the association, making
the total membership 81 at this time.
The new membors accepted last
night woro tho followlug woll known
young men:
Ed Eben, Al Slusher. L. W. Mc
Adams, W. J. Sewoll. George Forgu
son. Charles E. Bond. Ralph How
land, J. R. Stott, Carl Cooloy, E. M.
Somple, Wesloy Bowman, wiuard
Bond, W. L. Thompson, A. E.
Scheurman. Cecil R. Wade. Charles
A. Cameron. Jr., Charles L. Boll,
Mark Moorhousc. Ben Burroughs
William A. Bell, E. C. Skllea, and
Sol Baura.
One New Member, All the Others
Were Re-elected.
The members of the vestry of the
Church of the Redeemer mot last
evening, at which all of tho old
board wos re-elected, with one ex
ception. F. B. Clopton. who resign
cd. and whoso place was filled by
the election of E. P. Marshal. Those
who now compose the vestry are R.
J. Slater. T. O. Halley. J. F. Robin
son, A. W. Nye, J. T. Lambreth and
E. P. Marshall.
Mr. Potwine to' Heppner.
Rev. W. E. Potwlno left this morn
ing for Heppner, where he will visit
for a short time, remaining until al
ter Sunday, when the new Episcopal
church at that city will be dedicat
ed. His sister, Miss Ida Potwlno,
his father, N. W. Potwine, and
brother, Robert Potwine, will leave
Friday for Heppner, where they will
also nttend tho dedicatory services,
after which the entire party will
leave for Portland and will set sail
on April 16 from San Francisco for
tho Hawaiian Islands, where they
will make their future home.
Each Fined $5.
D. B. Waffle, tho expressman, and
George Froome, had a mix-up this
morning In front of tho Commercial
stable, on Main street. The trouble
was the outcome of the controversy
over the 'buses and hacks at the
depot, which was given an airing In
the council nt its iast mooting. The
men were separated before any
damage was done, and wero each
fined $5 by tho city recorder for dis
turbing tho peace.
Adjuster in Town.
.1. P. Fnanor. nf San Francisco. Is
a guest at the Hotel St. George. Mr.
Feanor Is tho special expert adjust-
or fnr tho Aptnn Fire Insurance
Company,, and has come to estimate
the amount of the damage to tne
stock at the Peoples Warehouse. He
ic thp man whn nriltiKted the loss in
tho fire at the Lipman, Wolfe store
in Portland some time ago.
Council Meeting 'Tonight.
The council will meet this evening
and all of the bills for March will
be allowed. Several ordinances are
to be presented for final action,
among them being the gas franchise
ordinance, the plumbing inspector
ordinance and other matters of gen
eral Importance to the city.
Mayor of Helix.
S. P. Isaac, mayor and postmaster
of Helix, Is In the city visiting his
daughters, Mrs. Frank Perham, Mrs.
J. W. Sullivan and Miss Edith Isaac
for a few days. Mr. Isaac Is one of
the pioneer wheatraisers of Umatil
la county and says the prospects
for a bumper crop of wheat were
never better than now.
MUST DIP MANGY STOCK.
1
Dr. Christie, of the State Veterinary
Board, Will Use Rigby Dipping
Vats. N
Dr. J. Christio, of tho state veter
inary board, has secured tho dipping
vats used by W. T. Rlgby in dipping
tho Wade cattle In this city, and
serves notice on owners of all In
fectod stock, that such stock must
be dipped by tho first of May. under
penalty of the state law on tho sub
ject. The expense incurred in tho dip
ping must be borne by tho owners
of the infected stock, and if such
stock is not dipped by tho owners
It will bo the duty of the stato to
prosecute the owners and kill tho In
fected stock. Tho attention of the
board has been called to the large
number of stock in this county af
fectod with mange, and decisive
steps will be taken at once to stamp
It out.
New Engines Expected.
Four now passenger engines and
five new freight engines aro expect
ed to arrive at La Grande this week,
for use on the mountain division of
the O. R. & N.
u. s.
C
oupreme iourt
said
Whilst, as an unnr.t-j, 1
oracular Justiciary
court avoids all acVnowil
stimulants Insofar m titTj
might palnablv i.,.v . 1
bounded equilibrium. .
sUll prone to attest the cli-J
fying sobriety of coffee iB
reasonable uses: pnnr,...
to tho best standards of uu,
customs in clvlllrod sod(!'
these two hundred years ltj !
upward. M
Special for ESaturdsy, f. .
Owl Tea House
THE OPENING SEASON'S TRADE HAS OPENED GOOD
AND STRONG. THE PROSPECTS ARE GOOD AND BRIGHT
AND INDICATIONS WOULD LEAD US TO BELIEVE THAT
NEARLY ALL THE MEN IN THIS COMMUNITY INTENDED
BUYING ALL THEIR CLOTHING AND SHOE NEEDS OF
The Boston
$10 $122 and $15
SUITS
NOW ARE MOST IN DEMAND. WE WANT A CHANCE TO
SHOW YOU A FEW FACTS, AND VALUES IN THE CLOTH
ING LINE, SO THAT IT WILL BE EASIER FOR YOU TO MAKE
UP YOUR MIND ABOUT "IT." "IT" MEANS BUY AT THIS BIG
SHOE AND CLOTHING STORE.
i
i
HATS HATS
Weston Opposed to Advertising.
Weston, April C The city council
will consider the proposition of the
Pacific Homestead, of Salem, to sell
the city $100 worth of advertising In
a special edition tonight. It Is al
most certain that the plan will be
turned down, as It was at Athena.
J, W. Kimbrell Is ill.
'3 W. Kimbrell has returned from
a visit to Juniper, where he has
been surveying a road for the
county. Mr. Kimbrell contracted a
severe cold whllo riding, which has
settled In his back so that ho Is
practically laid up for repairs.
Thursday Afternoon Club.
ti, Thnrnrtnv Afternoon Club will
meet with Mrs. Fred Lockley tomor
row afternoon on South Thompson
street.
SPECIAL APPRAISER.
Will Help In Adjustment of Peoples
Warehouse Losses.
J. P. Trcanor, tho special apprais
er for the fire Insurance companies
reached the city this morning and
Is now engaged in atralghtonlng out
the loss sustained by tho Peoples
Warehouse in tho recent flro.
Mr. Treaner is from San Francis
r-n nnd was tho man who adjusted
tho losses at the flro of tho Lipman,
Wolfe & Co. department aioro ai
Twttnmi soma time ago. Ho should
have been here some days back, but
was delayed on tho road on account
of sickness, and was dotaluod In
Tlivtlnnrl fnr a counle of days. Ho
s working In conjunction with the
Notarial Commission.
A notarial commission has been
Issued to J. P. Earl, of this city, by
Governor Chamberlain.
New Residence Almost Done.
Tim ninf-nnt nm- residence of Wal
ter Adams, on South Main street. Is
nearlng completion.
CELEBRATED 3
Now Is the
time vou need
a inedli'ilie to
tone up the y
tem, drive out
tne winter nn.
nurittef. nnd
overcome that
tired feeliui;.
Thert-'unonnto
equal the Hit'
ters. Try a hot
tie. It a vaye
pur' s
IndigeMion,
Uytoepsid,
Colds, la Grippe
Spring I ever or
General Debility.
Lumber and
Building Materials
If you are arranging to build or
make improvements, come and see
us for your lumber. Our stock is
large and woll selected. We want
to figure wltli you on your lumber
Mil Wn maku sash, doors and
blinds.
Pendleton
Planing Mills
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
We have Hats to suit everybody, quality, color and price.
Colors Black, Pearl, Nutria and others. Prices, $1.00, $1.50.
$2.00 to $5.00.
BAER & DALEY
One price Clothers and Furnishers.
1
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"PLEASED? WELL,
I GUESS!"
Icribos the state of mind ot erery
customer of this laundry- plew
not only with tho quality of the wore
done, tho modcrato prices we
but with the promptness and accajj
acy of our delivery service, aw
way you take it, It's Just about im
possible to excel this laundrr
suiting particular people.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
Its
THE BEST
TUB MOBT WHOLESOME
PKOPKULY MILLED
WITHOUT A BUPKIUOH
BYERS' BEST FLOUR j
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS j
W. S. Bycrs, Proprietor.
AStandard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship.
Hand Marie.Clear Havana, fwnn & iumw q,
THE FAMOUS
SHUMATE DOLLA RAWB.
Used with enthusiastic " H.
tlon throughout the elvllld wo
A useful and . 0bw
tells how to shave "mfortabiy
for the asking. R. R- Levv ' S
utor, Echo, Or. $1-00 po-tP"1-
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