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DAILY JCABT OKEGONIAN, PENDJLETOW,OREQOIT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1907; paob rmt TREMENDOUS SUIT SALS Now On in FULL BLAST Nine Suits Monday, 11 Suits Tuesday Sold out of the 80 placed on sale Monday morning. Remember this Sale Lasts up to Saturday Night Only Every garment guaranteed to fit perfectly before it feaves our work room. No alter ation charges. See Window TBUTSCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE PERSONAL MENTION an GIRL GUARDS INTERESTS. Kinc AM Hot to Hold Timber Clalnii Arninnt Claim Juiiiixth. Miss Marlon Hammersley, a Chi cago girl, la In San Francisco from Oregon, says a dispatch, where she ti&a been locating timber claims and living the life of a frontiersman. Be lng cooped up in a city palled upon the plucky, girl and she decided to set out for the wilds. Tha trip from which she has Just returned to San Francisco furnished her with every kind of . eperience he had not had before. She plung ed Into the forests of Curry county Oregon, located claims, and by coolj) keeping her rifle aimed their way, persuaded several prowling claim Jumpers that her neighborhood was unhealthy. It comes put up tn a collapsible tube with a nor. tie, easy to apply to the soreness and Inflammation, for any form of piles: It soothes and heals, relieves the pain, Itching and burning. Man Zan Pile Remedy. Price 60 cents. Guarantee. Sold by A. C. Koeppeni Bros. The tug F. B. Jones, was run Into and sunk by the substitute Standard Oil tank steamer Aaocoon near Port land. The crew of the Jones was saved. ANNOUNCEMENT We have on display three patterns. of Haviland China. Two patterns are white and gold and strictly new. We have several decorated patterns on the way which will arrive in a few days., I We ezpeot to make a spe cialty of high grade dinner ware . ' All these patterns open stock and you can just what you want- to" "ft full will be buy . from oneQ dinner set. pi ece up The new .1908 pattern of Old Ivory of whioh we have made a specialty the past two years, .is now here. We would appreciate the privilege, of showing you'the new patterns and while you are in the store, look over our line of Hand Painted China and Art Goods. Our Holiday Goodsare also beginning to come in and we will have a, fine line to show you thi s year Very, trutly yours, A. C. Koeppcn k Brothers : THE DROO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. J. T Downing of lone, is a business visitor in the city. O. W. Donnelly of La Grande, is a business visitor In the city. W. J. McConnell, .of Moscow, Ida ho, Is 'registered here today. W. F. Lewis of Boise, Is here to day for a brief business visit. Mrs. John Gless of Adams, is In the city today upon a brief visit W. M. Scott, the prominent Helix wheatgrower, Is visiting In the city today. William McBrlde, . the Athena druggist, has been a visitor In the city today. F. D. Vessey of Wallowa, Is at the Golden Rule hotel while here on a business visit. A. R. Gordon of Caldwell, Is a guest of Hotel St. George, while In the city today. J. B. Eddy, right of way agent for the O. R. & N. company, has been In t07n today. Miss Ethel O'Conner of La Grande, Is in the city visiting with Mrs. F. F. Waffle for a few days. J. G. Calllson, agent at Myrlck for the Balfour-Guthrie company, Is In town upon a few days' visit J. B. Eddy, the genial right of way agent for the O. R. & N., Is In the city today In the interest of his department Fred Lockley of the Pacific Monthly, was in he city last night on his way to Boise in the Interest of the magazine. Eldred Ireland, son of Ellis Ire land, proprietor of the skating rink has been quite 111 for several day, with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Riley of On tario, are in the city on a tour of this section and are guests of the St. George while here. William Hearing, a pioneer farmer of Haines, Baker county, is at the Golden Rule hotel today while In the city on a business-trip. O. W. Coffman, former chief of police, and wife, lave returned from Los Angeles, where they had been living for several months. Walter Whitman has returned from Spokane where he was employ ed In a real estate office and is vis iting at his home in this city. Charles Wall of the Rader furni ture store, is at Weston today for the purpose of conducting the fu neral of the late Mrs. Mary McDon ald. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill are now here from their ranch near Helix and are vlslt'ng at. the home of the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hill. - Tim Donovan, O. R, & N. lineman of the mountain division, was In the city last evening from La Grande on a tour of the telegraph system over the mountains. Senator Levi Ankeny passed through here last evening, being en route for Washington for the open ing of congress. He left for the east on train No. 2 yesterday. J. G. Bellows, driver for. the Do mestic laundry, has accepted a posi tion as night clerk at the Hotel St George and will commence work there there this evening. Wlllard Bond and Bert Smith have returned from a week's hunting trip in- Fly valley, but say that they refrained from killing any deer out of respect for the game law. Dan P. Smythe returned last even lng from Portland, where he had been for the purpose of consulting a physician. He is now Improved in health, but was not operated upon. Wm. M. McBrlde, of Athena, has been transacting business here today. He recently sold his drug business there to Dr. J. D. Plamondon, and Is arranging to go to California for the winter. Mrs. Edward Manassee, accompan ied by her two children are expected to arrive here from Athena this evening on their wy to California, where, they expect to make their home In the future. WALLOWA COUNTY'S FINANCES County la Entirely Out of Debt, lias $22,021 Duo and $5752 on Hand. A splendid showing for Wallowa county's financial condition was made In the semi-annual statements of the county officers published In last week's News-Record. The county Is entirely out of debt, unpaid current taxes due $22,021, and 15752 cash on hand. No county in the state of Ore gon can beat that. If hard times fchould come the citizens of no coun ty will feel (hem less. With abound lng natural riches, no Interest on county debt to pay and, If necessary, almost no county tax levy, the people of this favored section would certain ly be "strictly In It," says the En terprise News-Record. This happy condition was not al ways thusly. One year' ago there were qver $40,000 worth of outstand ing warrants unpaid with $1500 in terest due on them. The years back of that were all of the same charac ter, some worse, some better, but all showing liabilities In excess of re sources of from $20,000 up. Thous ands of dollars of interest were paid by the taxpayers then; not a cent now. The county court has received lots of condemnation because it made a large tax levy and stopped the in terest payments, but probably every one In the county today Is proud of the splendid financial showing re vealed by the semi-annual statements. JUBILEE SINGERS COMING. Second Number of Pendleton Lecture Course Will bo a the M. E. Church November 80. The Slayton Jubilee Singers, the second number on the winter lecture course of Pendleton high school, will appear at the M. E. church In a high class entertainment on Saturday night, November SO. The price ot admission has been reduced from 75 to 50 cents and It Is hoped that the school management under whose auspices the entertain ment Is to be brought to the city, re ceives a good patronage. The Jubilee singers have appeared in. Pendleton before and have al ways been well received. This year they have added a number of entire ly new features to their company and come better equipped than ever to give a good entertainment. Tickets will be placed on sale on Thursday at the Pendleton drug store and will be on sale the remain der of the week. Bmives0 Just scratch a match light the Perfection Oil Heater and stop shivering. Wher ever you have a room that's hard to heat that the fur nace doesn't reach there m t ull need a A yoi PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) Jut the thing foe bEzzard lime or between seasons. Its genial glowing heat makes any room cheerful and cozy. No smoke- no imcll irookeleu device prevents. Brass font holds 4 quarts of oil burning 9 hours. Fin ished in japan and nickel Every heater warranted. The T Gives a restful w,"Frteady,soft light which is so much appreciated by workers and students. Made of brass, nickel plated with the latest improved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted. Write our nearest agency for de scriptive circular if your dealer cannot supply the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Firemen's Benefit nail. Benefit of firemen' relief, fund. Thanksgiving eve; Eagle hall; John son's orchestra. Lunch served. fashion. Just remember this when you come down town to place your order for Thanksgiving. Hiawatha will positively stop fall ing hair, remove dandruff and by Its action on the roots of dying hair causes It to grow with renewed vigor. This statement with $100 guarantee. Hiawatha Hall'Tonic Co. For sale by Tall man 4 Co. Be sure to mention "Acme Qual ity" If you want the best household paint Put up In convenient form 1 and can be used on any article about the home that needs painting. Good- j man Hardware Co., sell Acme Qual-, lty palnta and varnishes. EARLY HARDSHIPS. CITY BREVITIES Mrs. Oerald Tuttle of Seattle, who has been visiting here for some time, left "last evening for lone where she will visit with her mother for a short time. She was accompanied by -her niece, Miss Effle Parkes. Mrs. Ellis Ireland of Pendleton, who had contemplated spending the Thanksgiving holidays In this city wun ner sister, Mrs. Otto E. Didion, and aunt, Mrs. J. A. Russell, is de talned at her home by the serious ill ness of her son Eldred, who has con tracted typhoid fever. La Grande Observer. X A. McLaughlin of Gurdane, the sawmill man, and owner of the Gurdane coal mine, Is In the city to day on a trading and business trip. Mr. McLaughlin is not doing any de- velopment work on his coal mine, but has been giving all his attention to his sawmill business recently. He nas just furnished lumber for the new warehouse at Pilot Rock. Pleased With Weston Normal. E. E. Conley of La Grande, passed through today on his way home from Weston, where he visited his son. Tucker Conley. who is attending 'Wes ton Normal school. Mr. Conley Is well pleased with the work of the normal and says that all eastern Or egon people are vitally Interested In building up an Immense state institu tion at Weston. ' Mlsa Jordon Tlila ' Evening. Miss Leila Jordan of Texas, na tional organiser for the C. W. B. M., will deliver an address on "Missions" this evening at the Christian church at 7:80. . Miss Jordon Is an interest ing speaker and all are Invited to hear her. ' Fresh Oysters at Hohbach's. All kinds of good dry wood. See Minnls. Leave orders for Christmas trees with Forshaw, florist Phone Main 629 for tha Electric Bakery's bread wagon. See Minnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. For postal cards and stamp photos, go to Bowman's Photo Studio. Best meals In city. Johnson' Res taurant .20 cents and up. 609 Main. Wanted A girl for general house work, family of two. Apply S14 Aura street Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent Enquire at East Oregonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansbery & Milne. Phone Main 6. Fine office or store room for rent In East Oregonlan building. En quire this office. Three furnlsTied housekeeping rooms to rent, within one block of Main. Call at 203 West Webb. A fresh shipment of Helns sour and sweet pickles at the Peoples warehouse, where It pays to trade. Good clean coal and dry wood. Now Is the time to lay In your winter sup ply. Oregon Lumber Tard. Phone Main I. New Edison ' records for November now on sale at the Guernsey Music store. Come early for choice selec tions. T. : . - " For Rent 9-room ( house for rent, with all modern Improvements, . 1 bloek from Main. Corner Webb and Cftrden. Call 205 W. Webb. ' MlssoJordan will speak at the Christian church on Tuesday evening upon the subject of "Missions." The meeting will commence at 7:30. D. C. Durham, expert resident pi ano tuner, all work guaranteed and all orders given prompt attention. Leave orders at the Guernsey muslo store. Use "Varnolac" stain on your fur niture. Makes old goods new. "Maaolene" will clean and impart a beautiful lustre to furniture. We sell Acme Quality. . Goodman Hard ware Company. At the Peoples Warehouse are tur keys, and then some more turkeys all dressed In modest, appetizing Messenger Found Standing Bolt Up right Fast Asleep After Long Jour ney. At the Historical meeting of No vember 17 an Incident showing the awful strain and fatigue peculiar to frontier life was told by Mrs. Cush lng. It was suggested to her by a letter from William H. Pearson, ex press messenger for Governor Stev ens in 1856, says The Dalles Chroni cle. The soldiers at the garrison had constructed an edifice of slabs and refuse stuff of all kinds and shapes, which served them for a gathering place. They called .it a theater and it was their only assembly hall. They were gathered there at some sort of an entertainment, when Express Agent Pearson arrived with dis patches from the Flathead country on his way to Olympla. The mode of such riding was to mount and go through without rest : or sleep. After the documents had been received and noted, some one called out, "Where's Pearson?" Re peated calls did not bring him. Afterward some one closing a door that had been standing open, Pearson was found standing behind the door, bolt upright and fast asleep. The men took him and stretched him out on a bench without wakfng him and left him to get the sorely needed rest that outraged nature de manded. Often after delivering his express matter he would lay his head one the table and be asleep Instantly, unable to answer questions. In re calling these stories of hardship, let us not forget the grateful remem brance due to those brave spirits whose watchful guard gave us this our peaceful home to dwell In. It Is a well known fact that persons living In the pine forests do not suf fer from kidney diseases. One dose of Plnulea at night usually relieves backache. 10 days treatment $1. Tour money re funded If not satisfied. Sold by A. C. Koeppens Bros. The Price Cards Tickets tags and Signs point to the reduced prices and help "you to economize on what you buy here during this bonafide NARK DOWN SALE This store's values and styles in coats and suits have always been a feature. Come now for handsome suits at prices that the materials would ordinarily cost. We offer many $20 to 25 suits (long and short style Jackets, no two alike).. 4 Many pretty suits in Etons, Prince Chaps, and the square and round corner mannish ef- $18 PENDLETON Cloak (2b Suit, HOUSE 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1J A Tradc Marks jv Dcbions MM frea. Oldert 1 Anton Mndlnf s .ketch nd daworlptlon may Co (c am raieiiM Ulen tbrourn Mann a t Mwridl notk. without ekeree. In the Scientific American. quickly Mcartaln our opinion frM whether en Invention I. probably patentable. Com m tin Ira. UontnrietlTCOiiSiJontuil. HANDBOOK ou PiMult lent frM. Oldew agency roreecurtnf patent. Patents taken (Drouth Munn A Co. reel ye A handtnmelf lllneirated weekly Tamat etr. Term, ti a eolation of any .'lenllUo lournal. year : four moniba, IL Sold by all n.wadealara. . Branca Office. OS Jt. BL. Waahioctoa. & Daily East Oregonlan by carrier, only 15 cents m week. We have lust received a shipment of tha finest Hand Painted China made tn the United Btatus, which is open ,for yovir inspection and crlti- oiatnv New goods every day in Cut Class. Jewelry. Clocks and Silverware Louis Hunziker Jeweler and Optltlaa. 711 Kaia St THE OREGON " I (Formerly The Fraier Theatre) EVERY, EVE NING The SKORRIE pi Blanche Oi A ira TREETER ilRYAN MOGII llO. Presentingthe Great Melo-Drama The Lawyer and flio Singing Girl , Change of Play Ercry Sunday and Thursday. Every Play Produced With Special Scenery. MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 2:30 P. M. Admission: 25c, 35c and 50c Reserved Seats on Sale at the Pendleton Drug Co.