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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OKEGOMAN, PENDLETOX, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1908. PAGE FIVE. PERSONAL MENTION riiliiiii(.tnim4fcMh.nltm,i, ... r ,iT, itoiill ISA 500 Ladies Shirtwaits to go quickly. A lot of thendisplayed in cor, window All new and latest styles for Spring. Come now and get best of choice. Remember All Suits, Cloaks and Furs all go at HALF PRICE Saturday If you trade here Market Day .don't forget the Souvenir. Teutsch's Dep't Store Fastest Crowing Store in Eastern Oregon. William Kupers of Myrlck, la 'In the city today on a busnoss trip. Mrs. Robert Dunnington of Helix, is In the city today on a trading trip. Mayor T. A. Lieuallen of Adams, is spending a few days in the city on business. Miss Adna Raley left today on No. 1 for Portland for a few days" visit with friends. Attorney Roland Oliver left this morning for La Grande upon legal business and will return tonight. William Meredlty of Umatilla, is a guest of the Golden Rule whllv in the city today on a business trip. Dr. W. G. Cole returned last even ing from Blaloek, Gillium county, where he had been called in consul tation. M. J. Lynch, representative of the Warren construction company, who had charge of their office here for months, was In the city yesterday. Conductor G. R. Bertholet of the Northern Pacific run Into this city, Is taking a few days' vacation and Conductor Fltz Gerald Is in his place. K. Fahrenwaid, a well known far mer and stockman of the Ridge dis trict, is a guest at the Golden Rule while here for a few days on a trad ing trip. Chauncey Smith, son of D. M. Smith, O. R. & N. ticket clerk, left this morning for White Salmon. Wnsh., to remain on their farm near that place during the spring. MIhs Greta Jurgen, daughter of Roadmnster H. Jurgen of this di vision on the O. R. & N'. left thi morning for Portland to accept a po sition as stenographer In the offices of Division Engineer William Bollons of the O. H. & V. BVHtein. Rev. RolKit Warner, fornierlv Pas tor of the M. E. church In this city, but now pastor of the Wilbur .Me morial cliurch at Wiilla Walla, is In the city for a few days attending the K'-ival meetings being con by Rev. Haudenschleld. ING SOLOMON said: union ducted City Brevities White Havlland China at Demon's. New spring Oxfords at Alexanders. For chimney sweep, phone reTT!. All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. Phone P. L. 65, for wheat or alfal la hay. New cotton dress fabrics at Alex ander's. t See shoe display in show window at Alexander's. See Mlnnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of it on hand. White and Flowered Havlland made up In any size dinner sets at Demott's. Lost Ladles gold watch. Finder return to this office and receive re- ward. Girl Wanted For housework, In quire Mrs. G. M. Rice, 116 West High street. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. . Enquire at East Oregonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, Phone Main S. Wanted To buy residence In east part of city. Inquire. Monterastelli marble works. Two fine store and office rooms for rent. East Oregonlan building. En quire this office. Household paints and varnishes for sale by Goodman Hardware Co. Re new your furniture with Varnolac. Regular meals served fam'ly style for. 25 cents, every day except Sun day, at the new Hotel Bowman dining room. tflavllnnd china, crockery, glass.-, ware and cooking utensils In any quantity and endless variety at De snott'a, , "We've got 'em." Petaluma Incu bators; guaranteed superior to all others. See them at Goodman Hard ware Co. Prof. Hermen will continue to give hi famous $5.00 readings for $1.00 all this week. See him at room SI, Buwmun hotel. - Wanted Lady to do washing and Ironing In private family. Incompe- Missouri Blacksmith Shop PILOT ROCK, ORE. We are now ready for your work In our new building. Right prices and prompt serv ice. Call and see us for horse shoeing-, wagon repairing, Wacksmlthlng and machine work. COPELO & SON tent" parties need not apply. Inquire at this office. Lost Pair elk tooth cuff buttons, boiq mounted; O. W. C. engraved on one side and B. P. o. E. on other; finder return to this office. Wanted A first class bookkeeper namo & joo. would post books for small firms that do not employ reg ular bookkeeper. Address S. H., care uoiuen Kule Hotel. Lost A gold belt buckle, amythlst -.iiiiiKs, wnn white ribbon belt at tached. Finder please return to Mrs. Thomas Warner, 415 Water street, and receive reward. Lost Monday night between Pen- aieion and Holm's school house on McKay, lady's gold watch. Initials, L. E. K. Please return to E. O. of fice and receive reward. To Rent Six room furnished cot tage, close In:; will also sell two doz en chickens, wood and canned fruit Will either sell or rent furniture In cottage. Inquire at this office. Learn to be a sign painter at home. You can not learn from books. Get th0 practical experience and see the work done. The only way to learn. See P. R. Peale, with Lane. Signs. Locution of EKTlnicnt Farm. In a letter to the East Oregonlan Congressman Ellis says that the exact location of the experimental farm of 40 acres on the Umatilla irrigation project will be about one mile north of Herinlslon and will Include the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section three, township four, range 28. Congressman Ellis has the assurance of the agricultural department that active work on the experimental farm will be started this spring. RILING TO Rl'N AGAIN. Files! Nominating Petition I Third uirioer Socking Re-elect Ion. County Clerk Frank Saline Is now proparlng his petition for re-nomlnA. tion for the office he now holds. He will go before the republican votprs at the coming primaries to seek' the nomination and If successful there will make the race on the republican ticket In June. Mr. Sallng is the 'third countv of ficer who has thus far sienifled his Intention of running again, the others Deing Recorder Hendley and Treas urer Bradley. Mr. Saline Is now serving his second term as clerk. Adjusted Burroughs Fire Loss. J. J. Rictiardson of Portland, an adjustor for the Northwestern Fire Insurance company of Milwaukee, ar rived in the city from Portland last evening and this forenoon adlusted and settled the loss sustained by Ben Burroughs In the fire which badlv damaged the upper story of his resi dence north of the river a few days ago. The full amount of the loss. amounting to $499.15. was paid Mr. uurroughs, who is well pleased with his settlement. Mr. Richardson re. turned to his home In Portland to- day The editor of the Memphis, Tenn., "Times" writes: "In my opinion Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best remedy for coughs, colds and lung trouble; and to my own personal knowledge Foley's Honey and Tar has accomplished many permanent cures that have been little short of marvellous." Refuse any but the genuine In the yellow package, Pen dleton Drug Co. . California to So Yakima Apples. North Yakima fruit is to be taken to California as an Illustration of what can be done in this state In the wav of growing superior apples. Four boxes from among those which won tne Ankeny cup at Walla Walla last week have become, a part of the ex hibit of the Inland Empire association on Its trip to Los Angeles this week. The fruit Is to e displayed In on ot the lorge plate g nsa windows of the cur on which tho excursionists will travel and Is to be labeled, "Grwn fu the Inland Empire." Fur the pui ose of the trip this description Is close enough as the excursion Is to adver tise the state of Wnshlngioa ad a v hole. Yakima Republic. Famous Medium in City. Merman, the celebrated clairvoy ant, palmist and healer. Is now locat ed at the Bowman hotel. Saturday will be the last day for you to obtain his special $5.00 readings for $1.00. Don't overlook this opportunity to consult him. Card of Thnnks. We wish to thank the many friends and neighbors who so kindly render ed us assistance, during the late Ill ness and bereavement of our loving husband and father, J. H. James. MRS. LYDIA E. JAMES AND FAMILY. All kinds of fresh vegetables aet Alexander's. Sugar Stick -Candy Balduffi pure sugar stick candy contains only the finest grade of confectioners "A" sugar best vegetable colors. The box contains twelve large light, porons and Huffy delicious sticks and the iprice is 10c the box. KB El? IP EM THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Heir to Immense Fortune, An announcement has been receiv ed by James P. Goodhue, agent for the Northern Express company, that as a descendant of Israel Putnam ho is one of the heirs to an estate valued at $20,000,000, which is now in trust In the Bank of England. An effort is now being made to settle the mam moth estnte; and M. Goodhue, to il. : her with other . .dUUvoi of the Peei'tss Israel In tha west, wil es tablish their conRanguit. ty with the horo of the Revolutionary war. Mr. Goouhue is a son of Clare Putonm. Walla Walla Union. Apologize to Judge Smith. The Ministerial association of Ba ker City, which attacked Judge Wil liam Smith In a circular letter a few days ago has apologized to him for the charges made against him in tne circular. The ministers say they were misinformed as to the facts and re gret that the circular was sent out. Reservation Land Sells High. For the price of $12,000, or $75 per acre, a quarter section of reservation land has been sold by Gus Russle to Frnnk Martin. The deed for the same was recorded yesterday and tho quarter section involved Is the south half of the south half of sect on tt. township three north of range 34. visitor How do you do, Tommy? I've come to stay at your house a week, and I'm sure you can't even guess who I am. Tommy I'll bet you one tntng. visitor What? Tommy I'll bet you're no relation of father's. Harper's Weekly. If you see It In the East Oregonlan it's so. There9 s nothing new under the Sun" This was some years ago, and his thousand wives were not out looking for the newest styles in LADIES' SUITS. Were King Solomon to come back, and his wives with him, how diff erent he would find it all. Put yourself in King Solomon's place for a little while and get wise to the fact that each . succeeding year brings forth new styles in Women's Suits and Jackets and this year they are decidedly new and' different. Of course The Peoples Warehouse is the first to show them. See the New Spring Suits in the Madam Butterfly and Napoleonic Style. 'Also Merry Widow Silk Suits now on display. You'll acknowledge them the cutest and smartest creations of art brought forth by the new tailor in years. The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Saver Yaar Coupons AMUSEMENTS Tonight the "Little Minister" will be played at the Oregon for the first time by the Streeter-Bryan company. This Is a strong play, and as In the Resurrection," Miss Bryan Is capa ble of playing the leading part In a rst-class manner, and with the sup port of Mr. Streeter as leading man, and the balance of the company it will be by far one of the best produc tions put on by the company this sea son. The "Little Minister" will be played for the Saturday afternoon matinee, and It Is considered a very good matinee attraction. As usual, the lucky boy and girl be given a present at the matinee. Do not fail to see the v "Little Minister" at the Oregon beginning tonight. Sunday night there will be another change in the program. The Eagle Show Shop on Court cru I nttrartlnff the Usual big crowds this week for., the new lot of movlne nictures. Some very thrill ing and beautiful attractions are seen there now. ' Another good crowd was out at the Dime last night to see the change of program In the moving pictures. Some of the best that have been seen In the city are being put on today: There will be another change tomorrow. Joseph Welnburg, a taller, wa ar rested In Chicago yesterday while In. the midst of the wedding prepara tions in which he was to become the husband of Miss Yetta Weymanm The charge against Weinberg? wa larceny. Dressed chickens every Saturday at Alexander's. Woodmen, and Friends to Dance. Th Fwmlleton camp Xo. il W. O. W. dgree team will entertain th Woodman their friends and, faroilie at a suclM dance to be given' Monday night. February loln Eagles' hall. Alt not VToodmen, but holding iwrt tacnm ac requested to attend. ' Petition Blunltf for Candida". "Perittefi of Candidate" and Elec tor's Nominating Petttto' blartfc for eigner party, are now prisHed' and1 sale at the East Oregoaiant officei RaA the East Oregpnlan. George Washington Selling Pianos. George Washington was first in war, first In" peace, not because he was born first or carried tne longest rifle. People d'dn't care whether his stride was three feet or 10 Inches. He always got there on time. Some piano men boast how long they hav been In business. Some piano mo didn't know anything about pianos 30 years ago. Nor ure they practical piano men or tuners today, butt they would try tell you what 9 a good piano. We can prove to you that Hadd roff's, Marshall & Wendell's, Lesters and quite a number of other pianos wa n.iw have In stock, are pianos without a question mark behind them. Our Instruments are thorough ly inspected before leaving the store. All new pianos to select from. Do not buy old goods. Call at No. 813 Main street, and be convinced. THORNTON MUSIC STORE Successors to Ellers Piano House. BASECETBALL DOUBLE HEADER At High School Gymnasium, Friday night Fetx 7th, at 8 o'clock sharp. TWO GAMES La Grande High School Girls vs. Pendleton High School Girls .and La Grande High School Boys VS. Pendleton High School Boys One continuous psrformance beginning at 8 o'clock sharp. Admission 35c to both games.