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CHILDREN'S SILVER SETS.
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jxiuiu, iorn nun spoon (war
ranted 25 years).
72c, $1.30 niul 91.05.
Frederick Nolf & Co.
That got Into your watch during the
summer Is doing tlio little machine
much harm. Now Is tlio time to linve
It cleaned, oiled and put in slinpo for
another year. Wo would llko to do
tlio work for you it will bo done
JEWELER AND OPTICLVN.
DAILY EAST QRECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1001.
in Real Estate
There Is no Investment that
offera as good security and In
creases in value as rapidly as
real etate. If you would bo
rich, put your money in proper
ty In this growing city and sec
tion. We have choice real estate of
all descriptions in all desirable
localities, both city and farm
property, and ranches.
Consult us if you have prop
erty to sell; list It with us. If
you wish to buy property, see
Unexcelled faclltles for hand-
ling real estate.
W. E. Davidson & Co.
(Successor to E. D. Doyd.)
Insurance, Real Estate, and
0 Mortgngo Loans. 110 Court St.
MARION COUNTY CLERK
FINDS FLAW IN LAW.
Refuses to Register Voters Who Reg
istered Lnst Spring and Hnvo Since
Changed Residence Attorney Gen
oral Will Ho Asked to Pass on tho
Technicality In tho Law Failure to
Register Cruises Confusion on Elec
The registration of voters com
monced this morning, under tho pro
visions of the direct iirlmnrv law.
ncted by the people at tho lnst elec.
tion, says. the Salem Journal.
The law is very indefinite, nmi it u
doubtful If a county clerk in the state
understands Its provisions. Tho books
are closed and certified to prior to
the state election, and now thoy must
be reopened, and ono question that
worries the clerks is whether they
can re-reglstor voters that have nl.
ready registered in other counties and
county Clerk Roland this morning
reiuseu to register voters who had
changed their places of residence
since their former registration, nlleg'
lng that the law did not contemplate
lie was very anxious to get a local
Interpretation of the section authoriz
ing him to reopen the books, and will
submit the matter to Attorney Genpr
al Crawford at once, so that voters
will have a chance to register.
it is very important, not only for
the presidential election, but ulso for
the city campaign, which will bo con
ducted under the direct primary law.
A failure to register will cause con
siderable confusion, especially In city
affairs, when It comes to nominating
candidates for the various offices.
I have good, sound wood which
is delivered at reasonable
Tews With Russian Forces.
Berlin, Sept. 22. It Is seml-offlc-lally
announced, says an Odessa dis
patch, that the limitation hitherto
placed upon the number of Jewish
students entering the medical facul
ties of the universities and medical
colleges, both within and without the
so-called "Southern pale," 13 to be
greatly moderated, and, later on. not
improbably abolished. The necessity
for the removal, or partial removal,
of this particular disability has been
forced upon the government by the
dearth of Russian doctors and surg
eons at the front. It is admitted that
about 52 per cent of the medical staff
In Manchuria are Jews, and. Indirect
ly, the reports made by commanding
officers constitute a tacit acknowl
edgment that, professionally, the Jew
ish surgeons and doctors are tho more
capable and assiduous practitioners.
Medal of Honor Legion. .
Atlantic City, X. J Sept. 22. The
Medal of Honor Legion Is holding Its
annual convention here with a large
attendance of Its members. The le
gion Is composed of officers and en
listed men of the Union Army who,
during the civil war, were awarded
medals of honor for special acts of
bravery and devotion. Fifteen hund
red of these medals nre worn by vet
erans of the army, and 600 by naval
veterans, of which nearly one hund
red were awarded on account of the
war with Spain. Major General O. O.
Howard, retired, Is the present com
mander of the order. General Estes,
of Washington, is spoken of to suc
W. C. MINNIS
Leave Orders at Xcuman's
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Made to Order Building Pa
per, Lime, Cement, Brick and
Sand, Wood Gutters for Barns
and Duellings n Specialty.
Alta Street, Opp. Court House.
' THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow ICure for your cow trou
bles. OF. Coleswotthy
127-120 East Alta St.
Agent for Loo's Llco Killer.
Confederates Meet nt Bristol.
Bristol, Va., Fpt. 22. Ex-Confed-
erate veterans oi Southwest Virginia
and East Tennessee assembled In an
nual reunion here today. The gather
ing was held under the auspices of
Fulkerson Camp, of this city, which
provided elaborate entertainment for
the veterans and other visitors. One
of the principal features of the pro
gram was an address by ex-Governor
Robert L. Taylor, of Tennessee.
Annhersjiry of Rcbckahs.
ban Francisco, sept. 22. This was
largely a day of entertainment for the
members of the sovereign grand lodge
of Odd Fellows nnd other visitors at
tending the big meeting of the fra
ternity. Tho Itebekah branch of the
order held a celebration of Its 20th
anniversary. A grand ball Is to be
given In honor of the visitors tonight
Nugget for Edmird'M Crown.
Seattle, Sept. 22. The largest nug
get ever found In tho Klondike has
been sent to England's king, with
the request that it be placed on the
royal crown. It weighs 8G ounces. Is
valued at $1280 and is entirely free
from quartz. It was found in French
Gulch by R. C. McCullom.
Business Houses Burn.
Montreal, Sept. 21. The buildings
of tho Canada Hardware Co,, Canadi
an branch of tho London thread trust,
and Cheput, I'lle & Co., tho largest
wholesale grocery and liquor houso in
Canada, was destroyed by flro early
today. Loss, $750,000.
Watch Your Piano.
Your piano will last longer If kept
in tunc and repair. We havo an ox
pert tuner who will put your Instru
ment in n good condition as new.
Now Is the tlmo to havo your instru
EILEIt PIANO HOUSE.
ChMiico for Investment.
A party willing to erect a modern
six or soven-room house In central or
northern part of city, can find a roll
able renter, who will tako a leaso for
term of years, by addreslng ''Renter,"
1 nowhere more essential thin In a stove
in irtide one does not expect to
parch isc every year.
An ACORN Stove or Range
will last a generation.
Made ot new Iron only;
j has the finest castings;
the most attractive ornamentation
and is made on purpose to endure under
all conditions ol use Every Acorn Is told
with a signed guarantee that meant all it
ft Is estimated that
sold In the United States are
Dorit Experiment when you
ouy a newnange.
"Acorn Gast Ranges
CAST IRON IS
'THAN SHEET STEEL
The Stove Season
THE COOL AND SNAPPY EVENINGS ARE A REMINDER OF THE COLD WEATHER AHEAD
AND OF THE NECESSITY OF PREPARING FOR FALL AND WINTER.
STOVES ARE A SPECIALTY WITH US AND WE HANDLE THE LARGEST STOCK, MOST
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AND THE GREATEST VARIETY, TO MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM.
WE SAVED HUNDREDS OF CITIZENS MONEY IN THEIR STOVE LAST SEASON AND ALL
ARE SATISFIED. WE ARE IN BETTER POSITION THIS YEAR THAN EVER TO SUPPLY THE
WE HANDLE THE CELEBRATED AND ALWAYS SATIS FACTORY
Acorn Heating and Cook Stoves
and Steel Ranges
AND HAVE NOW ON DISPLAY A FULL LINE. ANY SIZE YOU WISH WE HAVE.
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
HARDWARE, PLUMBING, TINWARE
Telephone Main 211 2l'l Court Street
4 hole $:I0.()0
G hole, 16 oven .. $10, $15 and $55
6 hole, IS oven .... $15, $50, and $00
Coal heaters $5.00 to $!10.00
Wood heaters $0.00 to $15.00
Cook stoves $10.00 to $37.50
Good plumbing Is always the cheapest. It has th lasting quali
ties. It saves you repair bills. Always entrust your work to thorough,
reliable and competent plumbers. Our forco Is niado up of tho best
jpcrienced workmen. Strict attention paid to sanitary features of
On your work.
LET US GIVE YOU FIOURES
Wo (juoto right prices and do only tho best work.
Not Made by a Trust
IF YOU ARE REALLY LOOKING FOR .A FINE 5o CIGAR,
TRY THE "PEGGY O'NEAL." GUARANTEED BY THE LARGEST
INDEPENDENT MANUFACTURER IN THE U. S. TO BE ABSO
LUTELY FULL HAVANA FILLER AND HAND-MADE.
013 Mnln Street.
A killing frost visited tho vicinity
of Orand Forks, N. P., Tuesday night,
klllng cut corn, and nil tho flax crop,
and otherwise seriously damaging
farm products. The mercury reached
the freezing point.
Wlatble and Granite Works
Anyone intending to secure a monument or headstone for relative or
friend will do well to see us. Largest collection to select from. Lowest
New Stone Building, Court Street, next to Domestlo Laundry.
A. G. HOWARD
TELEPHONE MAIN 28 U.
115 COURT STREEf.
Dally East Orcgonlun by carrier, only 15 cents n "ct