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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY BAST ORECONIAN, PENDOfffON, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1908. PAGE F1VJL Ladies Stouts Down to Mill Cost Thursday, Friday and Saturday Every skirt in ; this store including all those pretty patters you saw in the corner window and all the other new Spring Styles that came in a few days ago. WiU Go At Mill Cost. The Next Three Days First time in history that we sacrificed on swell new merchandise like this ,but we adver tised Mill Cost and We Mean It. I Big Mill End Sale Half Over Better Come Now Look for the Green Ticket Teutsch's Dep't Store Fastest Crowing Store inJEastern Oregon. City Brevities For chimney sweep, phone red 1711. White Havlland China at Demott'a. All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnta. Fresh fish at Central Meat Market j. hone Main 33. See Mlnnla for good, dry wood that hums. Lots of It on hand. White and Flowered Havlland mad tip n any slxe dinner teta at Demott'i. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, Phone Main 5. Two fine store and office rooma for rent. East Oregonlan building. En quire this office. Household paints and varnishes for sa'o by Goodman Hardware Co. Re new your furniture with VarnolaO. Regular meals served fam ly style for 25 cents, every day except Sun day, at the new Hotel Bowman dining room. 'We've Rot 'em." Petaluma Incu bators; guaranteed superior to all others. See them at Ooodman Hard ware Co. Havlland china, crockery, glass ware and cooking utensils In any quantity and endless" variety at De mon's. For Sale Two gang plows, one nearly new; one 24 foot wooden har row. GIdlon Brown, (03 Madison street, Pendleton, Oregon. Lost -A gold bolt buckle, amythlst settings, with whlto ribbon belt at tached. Finder please return to Mrs. Thomas Warner, 415 Water street, and receive reward. Watch show window next week for the celebrated Stein Bloch amart clothing. Every suit guaranteed all wool or money back. Alexander De partment Store. Are you Interested In the new things In new footwear. We carry FloiKhelm and Walkover ahoea for men. See window display. Alex ander Dept. Store. j Lost Dark, double-breasted suit of mens clothes. In Pendleton Dye Works box, between Pendleton 'and Lee's Crossing. Return to this office and receive reward. Learn to be a sign painter at home. You can not learn from books.- Get the practical experience and see the work done. The only way to learn. See F. R. Peale. with Lane. Signs. We have received advance ship- ment of spring and summer aults for men and are offering this lot of 50 suits at S10. S 12.50 and 115. Alex ander Dept. Store. See show win dow. Leave your order for Early Rose seed potatoes at Clark's Grocery, 644 x546 Main street. We have a nice lot In sight, but If not bought soon we may be all out of stock. Just aa we were last year. A RECORD BREAKER. Lat Year's Sales of Hyoniel, the Guaranteed Cure for Catarrh, Ijtrger Than Ever. The merits of Hyomel (the. treat ment that cures cntat-rh without stomach dosing), its popularity and growth, nre unique in the annals of medicine. So pronounced Is the re lief and cure following the use of this treatment that It has been publicly recommended by leading drugglsU and physicians In nearly every state and town in the country, with the re sult that lust year's sales were larger ilia ii ever. The fact that Hyomel is so simple and complete, and that It cures by breathing medicated air and not tak ing drugs Into the stomach, no doubt has helped to create this wide-spread nnd rapidly Increasing army of friends. The way In which It has been sold by Tallinn ii it Co. has undoubtedly aided greatly its Introduction In Pen dleton. They are such firm" believers In the power of Hyomel to cure all catarrhal troubles, thaf they urge people to use It with the understand Ing that the cost will be refunded to anyone who Is not benefited by the treatment. You do not risk a cent in testing the healing virtues of Hy omel, for Tallman & Co. take all the risk of its giving satisfaction and leave you to be the judge. PERSONAL MENTION C. F. Weiss of Freewater, has been in the city today. J, P. Shields of Clldwell, Is In the city today on a business trip. W. A. Gent and little daughter of Freewater,' have been visitors here to day. William A. Gent of Caldwell, la a guest of the Golden Rule today while In the city. Walter Pierce of the Hot Lake san Itorlum, Is In the city this week on business. F. A. Blackwell of La Grande, Is a guest at Hotel 8t George while In the city today. J. P. Shields of Caldwell, Idaho, is a guest of the Golden Rule hotel while In the city today. B. R. Clawson, Jr., advance agent for Paul Gllmore and troupe, has been In the city today. E. DeHaven of Yoakum, has pur chased a place near The Dalles, and leaves for there tonight C. A. McCumber, th,e well known civil engineer, went to Echo today to survey In that vicinity. : Tim Donovan, the O. R. & N. line man of La Grande, la In the city to day on a tour of the telegraph system. James Crcswell, who has been 111 for several weeks with pneumonia, has recovered sufficiently to be out again. Wi L. Thompson, cashier of the Commercial National bank, has Just returned from Portland after a brief visit there. Mrs. Anna Shea, who resides In the east end of the city, has been taken to St. Anthony's hospital with a seri ous attack of the grip. C. B. Reynolds, a sheep buyer of Kearney, Neb., Is In the city today on tour of eastern Oregon. He Is a gupst of Hotel St. George today while here. Miss Faye Bartholomew will leave for Heppner tomorrow, where she will visit for a few days. She will attend the Elks' ball at that place to morrow night. F. R. Peale, the well known paint er of this slty, went down to Hermls ton today to complete a number of orders for sign painting In that hust ling little town. J. W. Maloney, cashier of the Sa,v- ngs bank, will go to Portland this evening to attend a meeting of the Knights of Pythias grand lodge fi nance committee. F. H. Grltmnn of Grltman Broth ers' cigar store, went down to Uma tilla today to attend the sale of the John Knight stock of cigars and fix tures, at that place today. A. R. Cooley has returned to the city from his Cold Springs rancn, where he conducted a public sale on Monday. He will hold another sale In a short time to dispose of the re mainder of his flock and farming mplcments. G. M. Jackson of Spokane, travel- lngb passenger agent for the Cana-. dlan Pacific railway, was In the city last evening, making arrangements for summer excursions over that line into different parts of the Canadian mountain districts. METHODIST MEX ORGANIZE. St. Paul's Brotlierlkood Formed at M. E. Church Last Evening, Follow ing Prayer Meeting. Following the prayer meeting at the M. E. church last evening a local society of the Brotherhood of St Paul, an organization composed of the men of the M. E. church In the United States, was organized, with the following officers: President, Judge T. P. Clillland; vice president, A. J. Owen; secretary, R. E. Tarbett and treasurer, D. B. Waffle. Prospects for a membership of at least 100 are now good and the new society will take an active part In th work of the church. Supplies and lapel buttons have been ordered and on next Wednesday evening another meeting will be held to decide Upon a meeting place. . One of the objects of the society here will be to establish a rest and reading room where people may en Joy themselves while In the city. This rest room would be especially Intended for country people who come to the city to trade. Real Estate Transfers. The following realty deals have just been filed with the county re corder: John T. Burgess to Charles R. Hu ber, 312. East half of northeast quarter, section 21 and northwest quarter and northeast quarter of the southwest quarter, section 22, town ship 6 north, range 36, E. W. M. Al so beginning at the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of the south east quarter, section 21, Township 6 north, range 36, E. W. M.; thence east 22 ',4 rods; south 20 rods; north westerly to point 10 rods south of be ginning; north 10 rods to beginning. Also beginning at point 165 feet south of northwest corner of north east quarter of southeast quarter, section 21, township 6 north, range !, h. W. M.; thence south 66 degrees 30 minutes; east 415.15 feet; south 1 1 5.5 feet; north 62 degrees 45 min utes; west 429.99 feet; north 83.80 feet to beginning. James E. Burgess et ux to Charles E. Huber, 3350. Same description as above. Ella M. Stevens, et vlr, to J. C. Moll, J2000. Lots 12 and 13 of sec tion 25 and east half of southeast quarter, section 26, township 6 north, range 31 E. W. M. Known For Its Strength Cliangc of Management. Mr. L. C. Martin has severed his connection with the Grand Union Tea company of this city, having been suc ceeded by A. C. Hickman of Port land, who comes well recommended and who Is ready and anxious to be come acquainted with the people of Pendleton and vicinity. Mr. Hick man intends Increasing the already large and well deserved patronage of the company enjoyed here for Its teas, coffeea and spices. The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon Designated United States Depository Established 1882 Has operated under the National Bank Act for more than a quarter of a century making five statements of condition each year, besides undergoing semi-annuai examinations by Federal examiners. To day its business is larger than ever in its history. It invites new business on the basis of its. strength' and security. Courteous treatment, progressive methods and a careful consideration of your require ments are assured. SECURITY TELLS OF XEW ZEALAND. HEDGER'S TEETH FOUND. FISH Choice roasts, steaks and boil ing meat fresh every day. Lard, smoked and cured meats, wholesale and retail. EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phone Main 18 Jubilee Singers Tonight. The famous Tennessee Jubilee singers come to Pendleton for . the first time tonight. Hear them and see what the colored folks really can do In soul stirring song and planta tion melodies. There are eight of them and each one an artist. They are recommended by the best Judges In the land. Program begins at 8 o'clock at M. E. church. Hal Newton Carlyle, an actor with a national reputation, dropped dead at Colorado Springs yesterday. He was playing with the "Wheel of Love" company. e1 After Inventory Clearance Sale We are closing out all odds and ends in the sundry line at a big saving. You will find them on' the cen ter table, and the price is about one-half. THE DRUO STORK THAT SERVES YOU BEST. rthl Crown Stolen from Spokane Man Ijocatc! Not the Ones Found In Pendleton. A case which aroused interstate In rest and caused the police of two states to keep up a vigilant search osed yesterday with the finding of the now famous set of false teeth of hlch George Hedger, stage manag er at the Columbia theater, was rob bed several weeks ago In a holdup. George Raker, E 14 Third avenue, re ported yesterday to the police 4hat a closer search of the spot where oth er articles taken from Mr. Hedger ad been found Monday, In the rear of S 16 Third avenue, revealed the set of teeth, says the Spokesman-Re view. In the famous false teeth case an arrest was made at Pendleton, Ore., of two men who had In their posses sion artificial teeth, and these were sent here. They were similar to those taken from Hedger and that they were not the ones was not ascer tained until after Hedger had tried on the set. WHERE IS O'BRIEX? Itaschnll League Advocate Fnllcl to Appear on Pate Set. Where Is Jack O'Brien, promoter of the baseball league to be formed by Tondleton, Walla Walla, La Grniule and Baker City? This ques tion has been asked here frequently since yesterday for yesterday was the day set by O'Brien for the league meeting In this city. He has nut nr. rived thus- far nnd his fmiure to appeal- has caused many fans to believe he has given up as a hopeless task the proposition of form'ng the $750 a month league. Sentiment here Is now seemingly miieh more favorable to Independent ball, along the lines followed last sea Ron, than for a league team, which Is regarded as too expensive. Pioneer Prlnjer Here. F. H. McCurter, formerly employed in the mechanical department of the East Oregonlan, but for the past few years engaged In the hotel business at Huntington, passed through today on his way to Portland, where he will re side In future. He is a son of Grand ma Munra, formerly of the Log Cabin eating house conducted by the O. R. & X. at Meacham. Charles F. Young, grand chief ranger of the Foresters of America, is dead at his home In Rochester, New York. No Walts nt Eagle S1kv Sliop. There are no longer any waits in he moving pictures at the Eagle Show shop, the show being continu ous. This change has been made by the management to give better sat isfaction to Its patrons and hereafter it will be possible to see the show In motion at all times. The new plan Is highly satisfactory to the public. which has given the show shop an ex cellent patronage. Furniture for Sale. Owing to our removal from the city we are offering our furniture for sale and any one wishing to buy can get bargains by calling at our residence, 812 Thompson street Saturday and Monday next. MRS. H. E. BICKERS. T. (i. Hnlley Improving. In a letter to Judge S A. Lowell of this city, Mrs. T. G. Hailey says that her husband, who submitted to an operation several days ago. Is Im proving sat'sfaetorlly and there is now every hope of his ultimate recovery. FNIOV PACIFIC TO SELL HOXBS. Thirty-Five Million In Roml to Pay Off Floating Debt Mortgage on lira noli Lines, New York, Feb. 20. The directors of the Union Pacific have decided to soil at once, according to well found ed reports, not less than $35,000,000 of bonds to pay off the floating debt. It Is said that the bonds will be se cured on 1800 nvles of track In MIs- lloise Man Home From a Delightful Visit South of tlie Equator. Harry Syms, after an absence of nearly four months, visiting his pa rents in Auckland, New Zealand, and v'.ewlng the many pretty cities of Australia and the Hawaiian islands, has returned home, say:ng. "None of the cities look quite as good as Boise," says the Boise Capital News. Mr. Syms was In Auckland to spend Christmas with his parents and to as slst his father in celebrating his 78th tlrthday on December 21. While en route to New Zealand, Mr. Syms stop ped off In Honolulu, where he was much surprised to observe that many Improvements have been made In the rast few yearsi "Another very no ticeable thing about the Island Is the number of Japanese," said Mr. Syms. "In going through Brisbane and Australia the effects of the drought which had been so keenly felt wer; observed. Auckland Is a very pretty city and has a pretty country around It, the grass being knee high. A great many changes have occurred there In the last few years, electric roads be ing built and the outlying towns and country he'ng built up." ' "The labor conditions are very good, the people are prosperous gen erally speaking and all appear to have money with which to get out and en Joy themselves. Of all the towns that I visited during the trip there were none that looked ns good as Boise, and I am glad to get back." TO PUNISH OLD BILL FIENDS. Federal Court of Oregon Will At tempt to Reach Petty Crimes. Since bills of several defunct banks have been recently passed In Pendle ton the following item from the Ore gon Dally Journal will be of Interest: The federal government is to make an effort to convict the quartet ar rested several days ago on suspicion of having passed a number of defunct state bank notes of Georgia, on a charge of using the United States mails to defraud, says the Journal. R. W. Wells, J. X. Say lor, Frank Caviness and M. J. Dorsey were or- sourl, Iowa, Kansas and Colorado. There is already a mortgage on theralgned before Tjnltt?d States Com missioner Edward McKee In the fea- main line of road secured In 1897. Since that time the lines about to be mortgaged have been built. SENATOR LATIMER IS DEAD. South Carollnn Siaiesmnn Succumbs to Attack of Appendicitis. Washington, Feb. 20. Senator Lat imer, of South Carolina, died this morning at Providence hospital fol lowing an operation for appendicitis. Asbnry Churchwell Latimer was born In 1851 in Abbeville county. South Carolina, and a large part of his life was spent In agricultural pursuits. He took an active part In the mem ohiblo campaign of 1876 and as prom'nontty Identified In democratic politics In the state" In 1SH0. He was elected to the 53rd. to 57th congresses nnd then elected to the senate to succeed John L. McLaurln. and took his seat March 5. 1003. Mrs. Vyiiilre'! Story Tomorrow. Portland, Feb. 20. Today's ses sion In the Wnymlie-lladding con spiracy case was taken up with lis tening to the testimony of a number of the minor witnesses. The state will probably rest .tomorrow and Mrs. Waymlre will then tell her version of the affair. Know llhx-kadi' Raised. Omaha, Feb. 20. The 4S-hour blockade on the Rock Island road was raised today nnd six Milled passen ger trains were released. The bli.- j zard has blockaded all traffic. era! building this morning and the hearing will be postponed until Tuesday at the request of the counsel for the defendants. Court Division. Several years ago the late Judge Bellinger handed down a decision that passing a defunct bank note was not an act which would hold the prison er liable to answer a charge of coun terfeiting United State currency. Owing to this fact the government agents have not been able to prose cute many of the cases which have been -brought to their notice. The defunct bank notes are pur chased In Chicago at a cheap price. It Is alleged that Saylor and his con federates received the paper in Port land, having It sent by registered mall. Owing to this charge they will be tried for using the malls to de fraud. Thousands of dollars have been re ceived by different Individuals In Portland within the last few months in exchange for paper resembling gen nine bills and which afterward proved to be worthless. Tennessee Singers Here Tonight. The Tennessee Jubilee Singers will come to the M.- E. church tonight for a two-nights engagement after play'ng to good houses at Athena and Weston. The party Is composed of eight colored people and excellent en tertainment is furnished. The sing ers appear tonight and tomorrow night at the M. E. church. Candidates Announcements Candidate for re-nominat'on by the Republican party at the coming pri mary election to be held April 17, !908. FOR COrXTY TREASURER. Geo. W. Bradley (Present Incumbent.) Candidate for re-nominat'on by tha Republican party at the coming pri mary election to be held April 17, 190S. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE. C. A. Barrett (Present Incumbent.) Candidate for re-nomlnation by the Republican party at the coming pri mary election to be held April 17, 1908. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Horace Walker (Present incumbent.) Candidate for the nomination by the Republican party at the coming primary election to be held April 17, 1908. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. A. H. Sunderman Byers' Best Flour la made from the choicest wheat that grow. Good bread la assur ed when BYERS' BUST FLOUR la used. Bran, 8horts, Steam Railed Barley always on hand. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. S. BYERS, Proprietor. MflMMtMlMa When In Pendleton Make your head quarters nt HENNEMAN'S CIGAR STORE Cltjars, Tofrarcos, Candles, Fruits and Smokers Supplies. A i EXTI.FM A N S RESORT FOR A QUIET GAME AND RMOKR.