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'1 V - - I JFOUIITEEN PAGE&- DAILY EAST UKK(;QNAX, PEWDLtoTOiV. OKUUON. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1908. PAQB 8ICVJCN. A PERSONAL MENTION Pendleton Cloak and Suit House ANOTHER SENSATIONAL SALE This Time It's Silk Petticoats $10.00 Values at $5.00 Theae are not the cheap soft Silks, but the heavy rustling kind, the kind they can hear going and coming. This sale will "stand alone" the same as the Petticoats do in our window. The greatest money saving sale ever in Pendleton. They are yours while they last at $5.00. Sale Begins Wed. Morning at 9 o'clock W COM MM 1 I w FOR LADIES and CHILDREN BUSTER BROWN fudaON SHOES TOR BOYS FOR GIRL9 City Brevities HE MADE GOOD. MADE FOR US in ST.LOUIS by This famous Kne of shoes is being sold in nearly every town in the United States, from Boston to San Fran cisco. The leathers are of selected quality end the whole Hne of shoes is made up in the same styles that are being shown m Men's and Women's high grade foot-wear. tyxjoiA will beddighied with the ppeuaaca and wiib Ins wearing quslitjr of thoeihoet White Ilavlland China at Demott't. All kinds of good dry wood. See vilnnia. Throe furnished rooms for rent In quire 310 East Court Early Rose sed potatoes (or aala it Demott's grocery. Sec Mlnnls for good, dry wood that the New York Times, hums. Lot of It on hand. Wanted To rent cottage of seven or eight rooms. Inquire thta office, Dressed chickens every day at Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 3791. Unfurnished housekeeping A Hotting Lieutenant Won by Odds Even After IUh Opponent Was Tip- m-d orr. A lieutenant attached to one of the eastern forts gulncd a reputation for his unlimited betting on the slightest provocation. It was but a short time before he had nearly cleaned out the members of the com pany to which he was attached, says It was, there fore with some relief that the mem bers and officers saw him transfer red to Kansas. But the day before his arrival the colonel of the eastern fort wrote to his friend, the colonel of the Kansas fort of the reputation and sharpness Enquire at East Oregonlan THE ALEXANDER DEPARTMENT STORE, Agents. Florsheim and Walkover Shoes for Men. for rent. jfflce. All kinds of transfer promptly. Stansberry Phone Main S. Wanted Woman for housework. Apply Mrs. O. 115 West High. Tor Rent Good paying feed yard In this city; good location; terms rea sonable. Enquire this office. Ilavlland china, crockery, glass ware and cooking utensils In any rooms of the bet,nff it,utenant, so that the work done & Milne. general M. Rice, western contingent was fully aware of what was coming. Upon the day of his arrival he was cordially greet ed and the colonel remarked: "I J, R Dickson Is In Baker city on a business trip Mra. August Stanglcr has returned from a visit In Boise. Frank Buchet of Walla Walla, is among Pendleton visitors today. Mrs. jonn uiess of Adams was among visitors In the city today. J. A. Donovan of Hermlston, Is transacting business In the city today. J. T. Lleuallen of Adams Is trans' acting business at the county scat to day. A. C. Koeppen and E. C. Skllea have gone to Wallowa county upon an out Ing. J. W. Sklles has returned to the city after an 'absence of several weeks. Attorney R. R. Johnson of Echo, Is among business visitors In the city today. Attorney W. M. Peterson has re turned from a brief business visit to Athena. S. D. Vincent of the Bucklen Med ical company, is in the city on bus! ness today. Mr. .and Mrs. G. M. Morrison of Adams, are in the city today upon a brief visit Edgar Norvell, son of J. S. Norvell of Helix, is among visitors In Pen dleton today. Mrs. Selkirk Norton went to Wal la Walla today to remain a short time In that city. Attorney F. J. Shelton came up frem Hermlston last evening upon a brief business trip. District Attorney G W. Phelps went to Pilot Uock this forenoon upon a short business trip. Oeorge Jett, of Baker City, arrived here this afternoon to remain a few days visiting friends. H. W. Hoffman and John Jones of Echo, are registered at the Foley House. La Grande Observer. Jacob Sheuerman has returned from San Francisco, where he has been during the most of the winter. Mrs. J. R. Oliver of La Grande, came over today to visit with brother, Dr. J. K. Blakeslee and family. Moses Taylor, one of the well known wheat growers of the Weston coun- The lieutenant tried to belittle the statement, but as he colonel got In sistent for details, the lieutenant said: "I'll bet you $50 that you have got something on your back." The colonel denied having anything on his hack except his uniform. The lieutenant said: "I'll bet ytu 150 you luantity and endleas variety at De- ,)ave got tWQ blg red Kpot8 on youf mrttf. I.. ... - - back, near the shoulder blade." mott's. For rent One 12-room, one four room house and one six room house. All situated near Court house. En- lulre this office. "Keen Kutter" shears and pocket cutlery are ' warranted. A complete assortment always In stock. Sold by Goodman Hardware Co. For rent (40 acres of wheat land seven miles northeast of Hells and 200 acres of wheat land five miles northeast of Echo. Enquire this of flee. $50 will buy an Eldrldge rotary sewing machine at Goodman Hard ware Co.'s. This machine Is equip- The colonel took him up quickly. The money was put in the hands of a brother officer. The lieutenant said that the colonel should strip to prove who was the winner, so off came the uniform, even to the shirt. There was nothing on the colonel's back, and so the bet was lost by the lieutenant, who remarked, "Well, I lost that somehow." The colonel was tickled not a little, and the same night wrote his eastern colonel friend of the circumstance. Much to his sur prise within the week to receive i brief letier, somewhat as follows Dear Colonel: That scamp ol a lieutenant bet me $150 the day he ped with ball bearing stand, light run- left that he would have the shirt off nlng, mission oak mirror Guaranteed for 10 years. finish. POLICE MADE DOUBLE SHOT. .Tunics Drccn Arrested for Horsesteal ing, Also Wanted at Siwkane. James Breen, wanted at Spokanb for forgery; was arrested here yester- 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 rilEFKK GHOST STORIES. Professional Story Teller Klndd Cliil dren Like Wlerd Tales tli Rest. Take 30 limocent, wide-eyed school children between the ages of eight dav afternoon bv Marshal Gurdane n,lu lv bh mem comrortaDiy seated and Is being held for the Washington bpfore ft fireplace In the Carnegie II offleers. Breen was first taken Into brary building, let them know that custody yesterday on complaint of ou nre aD0Ut 10 Ie lncm a story Relnhold Harras, who accused him of and tnen aslt them casually what sort having stolen a horse from him two ot n lale tner will have, says the years ago. When arrested Breen was Walla Walla Union. Do you suppose drunk and had considerable monev lne wl" cn r tn experience of upon his person. He offered to pay the LIttle L01"1 Fauntleroy youth who Harras the amount claimed to be due nevpr disobeyed his parents and cam on the horse. Pd 1,0,110 fabulous reward for his sac- Shortly after tho arrest Chief Gur- rIflce' or about Indians or bears? dane received 'a message from Spo- " 1 8 011 01 11 ' kane asking him to arrest Breen for Every hand will go up and every them. vo,e will be cast for ghosts. Not for the ordinary graveyard article, mind Musician Iirtercwted. . vou lnal 8?" prowling aimlessly Mr. Thompson of the Guernsey nD0Ut witn no particular object, but Music Store, has had the opportunity for tne uper-mundane relic of a of meeting a number of people at murder or other unpleasantry, who the stose. as the sale has ben liber- ,s trailing the guilty party with a ally patronized. The sale will continue dagger of material mundane manu- for some time yet and goods are re- racture. They will call for a story duced to prices where everyone can that has a shiver In every sentence have music In their home. A wise and a quake In every paragraph, with Idea would be go and buy while the a few horrors Interspersed. They understand you have somewhat of a' , ln thp itl. t. v . reputation for betting in the east." c i;. simon, wno lives n miles south of Pendleton on McKay creek, Is ln the city today on a trading trip. G. W. Bradley, county treasurer, went to Portland this afternoon, where he will remain a short time upon bus iness. Miss Viva Warren, principal of the Hawthorne school, left last evening for her home at Weston to visit over Sunday. Sheriff Ed Rand of Baker city passed through this afternoon on his way to Salem with two prisoners for the penitentiary. Charles Berkeley, of the O. R. & N. engineer corps, came down from the mountains yesterday and has been visiting here today. J. Hesse Hensalman, formerly of this city, but who has been In Port land during the past year, is now here upon a visit. i John Halley, sr., of Boise, is now j here upon a visit with his son, John Halley, Jr.. while on his way home from attending the funeral of his son the late Judge T. G. Halley. Norbourte Berkeley came down from his Buker county mines this af ternoon and after a few days' here with his family will leave for a three weeks' visit in Birmingham, Ala., and New York city. A party of Weston people are ln the ( city on land office matters today. They are: Mr. and Mrs. William Beatlett, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould T. C. Gettenger and Allie Gettenger. La Grande Observer. try Perfection fn cake and biscuit making is attained by the use of Royal Bak ing Powder. And the ease and dex terity of their making is marvelous. (Am mo 'Baking Powder Absolutely Pure The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. ' Hence the superiority of the food it leavens. Hence the anti-dyspeptic qualities which it imparts to the food. ' 3 C&fe ufeAi "MESSENGER OF MIRTH." IUrt" Smith Will Lecture Under Auspices of Pendleton Academy St mknts. "Bob" Smith, the "Messenger of Mirth," will lecture at the Presbyter Ian church next Thursday night under the auspices of the students of the Pendleton academy. He Is a speaker of wide renown and as an entertainer said to be hard to beat. Tickets for the lecture may be se cured at thtf Pendleton Drug company. Read the East Oregonian. , TliouKhtle. "Why does Mrs. Flighty wear that pink dress with her red hair?" "She probably bought the dress be fore she changed from a brunette." Candidate for Republican nomina tion for STATE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER A practical railroad man. Stands for enforcement of the law, proper Inspection of railroads; equitable rates. C. C. LOUCKS your back before he was at the fort 24 hours stock Is complete. The tiny stormy petrel Is a bird of Immense wing power; It belongs to every sea, and, although so seemingly frail, It easily breasts furious storms. Petrels have been observed 2000 miles from the nearest land. want a tale that will keep them awake until late into the night and charge their sleep with nightmares. Then they are satisfied. This propensity of the youngsters was discovered last Friday by Mrs. Josephine Preston, deputy county su perintendent, during the story telling hour that she conducted. 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 DRUG STORE THAT SERVBS VOU BEST O. R. & X. Official Tliroiiirli. Two private cars. Nos. 02 and 03. bearing O. R. & N. officials, passed down the line on No. 1 this afternoon. Those In the party were General Monager J. P. O'Brien, Superinten dent D. W. Campbell, Chief Engineer G. W. Boschke, Division Engineer W. Boiions, Trainmaster J. D. Mutheson nnd Detective E. B. Wood. The party has been over the line looking over the repairs to the recent flood damage and are well pleased to have been able to open the track to traffic ro soon after the flood. They have been out on the system very doy and night for the past week, directing the repairs nnd returned to Portland this afternoon. Trained falcons to parry dispatches In time of war have been tested In the Russian army. Their speed l four times as rapid as that of carrier Dont Depend on Hired Help "Let the Horses Do the Work" .f,v.'J-i' ..-. 1 .-..,.. .. i t - ' , -...,.' . .;i . , . . .. .. . : n v:', :.-..i.--;', . ) ', v:$ v Old Joke Revised The kln was In his counting room counting out money. "Your majesty," anounced the page, "the carriage awaits without." "Without what, James" laughed the king. "Without horses?" "Yes, sir and without gasoline. It is the horseless carriage. Finding the price of gasoline had advanced a penny the king said hard things about the gasoline trust and then resumed counting his money. Among the birds, the swan lives to be the oldest, in extreme cases reach ing 300 years. The falcon has been known to live over 162 years. Elixir Senna acts gently yot pronipt- nn i ao oowLHSsCiuuiisuj) I Easy Work for Men and Horses. A perfect running Combined Har vester for a reasonable price, making a cheap, quick and safe harvester for the farmer. 4 MEN, 24 HORSES Expense $1.00 Per Acre ie sys itemofjoctutilk assists one 1 Habitual c perma fieri noficia! CALE rA0INODB 1 'H'COtUUI i pat ion 'Ht lis U in iv pCo. The HOLT HARVESTER of today Is so simple and yet so perfect that any one with common sense can operate It successfully. It Is a Chain Drive Machine, using EW AHT LINK CHAIN on Its Sprockets, and by this means of driving there Is no dunger of serious accidents and delays. Where anything happens the chain will break a link before serious damage is don, then you simply have to Insert another, and you are running again In a very few mo ments. On all HOLT HARVESTERS the MAIN WHEELS are so arranged as to always be perpendicular to the ground no matter whether on the steep hill side or on the level ground. On the stet-u hill the Machine does not slide sideways and force your team to walk In the grain In order to get even half a cut. Tou will always notice wherever you see a HOLT that they are not sliding side ways atnl are making acres, which means sacks, and SACIvS moans busheU that bring DOLLARS. A complete line of Holt extras and supplies always on hand. 332 E. L. SMITH SON, AGENTS 319 E. COURT ST. PENDLETON. ORE. I pigeons. Read the East Ornvnnlan.