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DAILY EAST OIiE;;()NIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1907. PAGE FIVE. Underuear & Hosiery FOR. Men, Women and Children SLAUGHTERED Every garment Cotton or Wool, Every pair of Hose in the house now on sale at actual Half Price. Stack and Stacks of all kinds of Underwear and Hosiery that must be sold this month. We want to despose of the entire I lot and if prices will move vou we will surely do it. The Big Yellow Sign Is The Place TEUTSCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE PERSONAL MENTION J. K. Means, of Hermlston, was In the city Saturday evening upon a bus iness trip. W. II. Donovun of HermlHton, was a visitor In the city yesterday. D. Harrison of Pilot Rock, is a business visitor, at the county seat. R. B. Ktanfleld and wife of Echo, were brief visitors In the city Satur day evening. J. H. James, who lives at the mouth of McKay creek, was In the city .Saturday upon a business trip. Miss Olive Jones of AValla Walla, recently of La Grande, Is visiting friends In the city for a short time. Harry Burke left this morning for his home at Hermlston after spending the holidays with relatives In this city. Baker City Herald. Norbourne Berkeley of Pendleton, vho Is Interested in the Buffalo Monitor mine near Granite, was a visitor In Buker yesterday. Baker City Herald. H. E. Stevens of Echo passed Sun day in this city. Miss M. M. Slattery, proprietress of the business college, left yester day for Spokane. Miss Elizabeth Foley, teacher of German in the high school, has re turned from Seattle where she visit ed with friends durng the holidays. Mrs. Belle Watson of Seattle Is now here upon a visit with her mother. Mrs. A. Nelson. George Ferguson, of the Alexander store, left this afternoon for Weston to attend the funeral of his cousin. OREGON SCHOOL LANDS. Umatilla County Has But 900 Acres Now Vacant. ' The following review of the state school lands of Oregon Is from the Salem Journal of Friday: All applications to the board to purchase state school lands must be made in person, with one-fifth of the price paid down. The land is held at a minimum price of 92.50 per acre but the board may ask as much more as It sees fit. If the board Is not satisfied with the offer the matter Is referred to the local attorney of the board In each county. New surveys are ad vertlsed for 90 days and then sold to the highest bidder If at or above the minimum. The chief clerk In the office Is John Michel!, with Miss Miss Julia K. Webster, stenographer. Following are the approximate areas of vacant school lands: Acres. Benton 400 Baker 19fi00 Clackamas ', .,, 200 Clatsop None Columbia 240 Co0i None Cnr None CnwK ,. 34,900 Douglas son Gilliam 2,280 vra.nt . .1 440 Harncy 152,000 Jackson 400 Josephine jgo Klamath ' 7 nn 112 440 Lane vnn; LJnn None Lincoln 200 Malheur 182,800 Marlon None The Alexander Department Storo Headquarters for everything that's good to eat. Fresh Pine apples, Oranges, Ba nanas, GrapeFruit, Tangerines and all kinds of Fresh Vegetables. Imported Swiss Cheese, Lim burger and Russian Caviar. Dressed chickens every Saturday Tho Alexander Department Store ROOSTING IDAHO. Morrow I . I Ull aiuitnomah None CITY BREVITIES AH kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. Leave orders for Christmas ' trees with Forshaw, florist. Phone Main 629 for the Electric Bakery's bread wagon. See Minnls fur good, dry wood that burns, Lots of it on hand. Fresh meats every days at Houser's market, 124 W. Court street. Best meals In city. Johnson's Res taurant, 20 cents and up. 809 Main. Wanted A girl to do housework In small family. .Call 814 Mill street. Sale on winter goods. Must be sold by Januury 1. Campbell's Millinery. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. Call and see our new line of Nava jo rugs, Just received from the south. Crawford & Tower. Wanted A young man to sleep In a good room at Baker & Folsom'a and to answer night 'phone calls. Perry Houser has opened a new meat market at 124 W. Court street, Just back of the Pendleton Drug store. Lost In Armory hall, Christmas -ve, black silk umbrella with silver plaited handle. Finder return to this office. A new, clean market assures you fresh meat dally. Tfy Perry Houser's new market, now open at 124 ' W. Court. Found In Star theater, ladles' fur boa. Owner may have same by calling at this office and proving property. Lost A bunch of keys with tag at tached with name of George Darveau. Finder will please return to Hotel St. George and receive reward. "Keen Kutter" shears and pocket cutlery at Goodman Hardware Co.'s We have the best assortment of ra zors, shaving sets, etc. Lost Fur Christmas eve at M. :E church or between church and E. O. building. Finder please return to G. R. Demott & Co. grocery. For Sale or Trade Two horses, Studebaker buckboard, new, one set double harness, one hundred and fifty dollars. Enquire East Oregonlan Wunted A first class bookkeeper wants a Job. Would post books for small firms that do not employ reg ular bookkeeper. Address S. H care Golden Rule Hotel. Hiawatha will positively stop fall ing hair, remove dandruff and by Its ictlnn on the roots of dying hair raue It to grow with renewed vigor. This statement with Si 00 guarantee. Hiawatha Hall Tonic Co. For sale by Tollman & Co. Ifi.50 will buy a 7-plece cabinet set of nsbostos sad Irons at our store. We have stocked a complete line of Eld rldge sewing machines, elegantly fin ished and guaranteed for 10 years. Goodman Hardware Co. Wanted To meet man with $3000 or three men with $1000 each (money not required Immediately) who can invest In a tract of land. Can divide and sell out nt profit of over $20,000. Investment absolutely secure; sure to make big money. Act quick. Address" Land, care East Oregonlan. We have several parties desirous of locating timber claims and we de sire to represent for Moscow, Idaso, and vicinity exclusively a good relia ble cruiser who can locate our cus tomers. Cruiser must be able to make good on all he represents the claims to estimate. Address with reference C. E. Merwln & Co., Moscow, Idaho. Sheriff Rami Here. Ed Rand, the popular sheriff of Bnkcr county, was In the city Satur day night between trains on his way from Salem, where he had been to de liver a prisoner from the peniten tiary. New Years Gifts It may be possible that you forgot a friend or relative on Ninas. Remember them on New Tears. We have a nice lln to choose from In Jewelry and novelties at very reasona ble prices. Louis llunziker Jeweler 726 MafnjSt. Store closes at 6. RiMrburg Roys Acquitted. Walter and Louis Carlyle, broth ers, charged by a coroner's Jury with murder In having killed Manze Kin cald. were discharged by Justice of the Peace J. T. Long in this city late Saturday afternoon, after a prellml nary examination which began last Tuesday, says a Roseburg dispatch. With few exceptions, Justice Long's order meets with the approval of the general public. The double homicide took place on a section of the O. ft C. R. R, land on yellow creek, near Oakland, on which the Carlylea had taken refuge after being forced off their adjoining homestead several days before by the men whom they slew and two others. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansbery ft Milne. Phone Main I. idDimiplniMeiniils A. C. loeppei & Brothers THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. 1 Miss Rose Phillips S. N. Cummlngs of Holdman, Is In the city today on a trading trip. He says the ground Is now frozen too hard either to seed or plow and prac tically all farm work has stopped temporarily. H. A. Richardson and wife of Ad ams, are Pendleton visitors today. B. B. H:(1I, cashier of the Farmers' bank of Weston, Is transacting bus iness In the city today. He reports that there was considerable snow at Weston, Athena and Adams this morning. W. M. Mumford, manager of the branch house of the Walla Walla Produce company, Is In the city upon a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Conners of He lix who attended the production of "Dr. Jeykl and Mr. Hyde" at the Oregon Saturday night, left for their home last evening. W. A. Brown of Hotel Pendleton returned last evening from a business trip to La Grande. Conductor Frank Mytlnger of the O. R. & N. freight division at La Grande, Is In the city for a few days. J. . W. Ramsey of Rathdrum, Ida ho, Is a guest of Hotel St. George while in the city today on a business trip. R. C. Egbers of Sandpoint, Idaho, Is here today on a brief trip. H. O. Hurlburt of Echo, was In the city yesterday upon a Bhort visit. Mrs. J. E. Davis of Umatilla, was a Pendleton v'sltor yesterday. Miss Ethel Martin of Milton, was in Pendleton yesterday upon a brief business visit. Alice Gangyon of Adams, was a visitor in the city yesterday. R. Alexander returned home yes terday morning from Portland, where lie had been visiting for several days. Dale Slusher, who has been serving as an oil field engineer for the Southern Pacific, arrived home from Los Angeles last evening and will visit for a time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Slusher. I Miss Maude Davis of the high scnooi faculty, returned last evening from Drain, where she had been spending the holidays with her moth er. Mrs. L. D. Nash and Mrs. C. S. Jackson will sail from San Francisco for Honolulu on January 14 and ex pect to spend three weeks upon the islands. Miss Hazel Weller, teacher In the Hawthorne school, reurned home yes tprday from Brownsville, where she ppent Christmas with her parents. John T. Whistler, chief of the work on the East Umatilla project, Is now In Portland upon a short vis It. Miss Cook, one of the Hawthorne school teachers, returned last night from her home at Oregon City, where she spent Chlstmas. Misses Alma and Florence Harris returned yesterday from La Grande, tier having passed Christmas at their home In that city. Mrs. W. H. Isaacs and daughter Ada, of Caldwell, Idaho, are in the city for a few days the guests of Mrs. Mattle La Dow, at her home at 219 Beauregard street. Charles McEee of Birch creek, Is In tho city today on a trading trip. Cattle which are being fed on Birch creek this winter are now In excel lent condition and feed is plentiful. J. N. Teal, the well known Port land attorney passed down the O. R. & N. Saturday night on his way from Washington, D. C, to his home. He has been In attendance on the Na tional Rivers and Harbors congress and has nlso urged r'ver Improve ments before the congressional com mittees during his stay In the nation al capital. Frederick Ross left yesterday lor his home at Ellensburg, Wash., after having visited for a week with friends In this city. Guy O'Melveny left yesterday for Seattle after a week's visit with friends here. George N. Crossfleld, & merchant of Wasco, has been a business visitor In town today. Rolk None Sherman 32o Tillamook ....... 40 Umatilla 9o9 v",,u' 2,000 Wallowa . 22go """- 2 sn TOwhlnfcton None "neeIer 6,000 TamhUl ( J0 The present price of Indemnity school land is $8.75 per acre. At least one-fifth of the total purchase Price must accompany the application and should be in the form of "a check, draft or money order payable to G. G. Brown, clerk of state land board! rXIOX WATCH MEETING. New Tear Will Bo Greeted Appro priately at M. E. Churcli. A big union watch n'ght service will be held In the M. E. church Tuesday night, beginning at 9 o'clock and ending at 12, midnight The old year will be watched out and the new year will be watched in. Rev. Quin rpy of the Episcopal church. Rev. Van Nuys of the Presbyterlanchurch Rev. Storey of the Baptist church Rev. Lewellen of the M. E. church south, and Rev. Tallman will take I part, each giving addresses. There will be a resolution meeting and varied features of music and ex- ervices. Mrs. J. S. Landers will sing a soio appropriate to the occasion. All tho people are invited to be present. Fred Loekley Writes of Irrigation and Sagebrush Flewta. Fred Loekley, of the Pacific Monthly, one of the finest magazines published west of the Mississippi riv er, Is in Pocatello today gathering statistics from this part of the state for a big irrigation story to appear In the February number of his mag azine, says the Pocatello Tribune. Mr. Loekley on his trip stopped off at all the towns in the southern part of the state and secured the "dope" for what promises to be the best ir rigation story ever printed. Loekley Is a writer of parts. He served his novitiate in the newspaper business in Oregon, working alongside that prince of dally Journalists, Bert Huffman, of the PendJeon East Ore gonlan. Loekley writes thing peo ple read and enjoy In the reading. The story that will appear In the Feb ruary number of the Pacific Monthly will be another big boost for Idaho, which, as a matter of fact, Is receiv ing more and better advertising: than any other state In the union. The Pacific Monthly will shortly devote considerable space to the sagebrush fiesta which will be held In Pocatello In the' near future. Grand Ball New Year's Eve. Dance the old year out and the new year In at the grand ball In Eagle's hall, Tuesday, December 31. John son's orchestra. Ladles free, gentle men 75 cents. Everybody Invited. If you see it in the East Oregonlan, It's so. Something for the small investor. First, do you want to save money? We can show you where an Investment of $7.00 per month will make you a total of $1 000.00 In about 96 months. Ask to see our plan. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court St.. Pendleton, Ore. Flour Mill for Wallula. Local Interest In securing a flour ing mill for this place has been re vived, says the Wallula Gateway. The fact that two of our local cap italists offer to take stock to the amount of $5000 is well worth con sidering. There is plenty of grain in this section to keep a fair-sized mill in operation at least nine months In the year, and that is about all the water supply would furnish. If any practical mill man should read this and Is interested he should address S. A. Ash or A. Ferrlans. There Is a splendid opening here for such an enterprise. Coal $7.50 Per Ton, We have 400 Tons of Wyoming Coal which we must sell In the next 30 days. It will cost you $7.50 per ton nt the bin. POTLATCH LUMBER CO. Phone Main 92. 700 W. Alta SL Just Received Fresh Candies Fresh Crop Nuts JFancyffiaked Goods and Pastry in an endless variety. Our fine, white, light bread is the talk of the town, stop the wagon or phone in your order and be convinced that "there is no better made." 'j Electric Bakeries Dean Tatom 'PHONE MAIN 629. MAIN ST, OPP. FRENCH RESTAURANT. To Be Given Away At 8 p. m., Tuesday December 31. AT Karon Furniture Store That is the last day for free chances Everybody Invited. Bring Your Tickets.