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PAGK SIX,
DAILY EAST ORBOOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FltIIW. JAMAUY 15. 1001).
EIGHT PAGES.
At 8 1 5 Main St. Near Winslow Bros.
Sale Now in
Full Blast
A Half Paga
of Printed Truth
A $50,000.00 DEPARTMENT STOCK
ri BCHASFJ AT 4(jr OX T1IK IHILIR, THE A1 ICX1,CAME TO THAT I.1TTLK MODKltX I ) 10 PA KTM E X T STOKE AT INDKPICXDKXCK,
ORWJOX. Jl'ST AT THE DAWX OK. THE XFAT YEAXX, AVI I EX SPIUXG VXD Sl'MMEIt GOODS WKKE POUUNG IX UY THE DKAY AXD
CAKJOAD. W11KX THE OFFICERS. OK THE CCOIPAXY :1)ECIDED OX .THE LAST RESORT SELL TO THE Pl'KCHASEIt WHO COULD
GIVE FOR CASH TKj; SIOST OX THE DOLLAR, 48 CENTS WAS THE. PRICE PAID. CARS WERE CHARTERED AND THE EXTIRE STOCK
CAS AXD STARTO. OX ITS W AY TO rEXDLETOX.. THE LARGEST VACANT BUILDING IX OIK CITY WAS RENTED, AXD THE STOCK
IS XtWV OX DISPLAY., :M LED AXD .CORDED LIKE COKD 'WOOD, ARRANGED SO EACH CUSTOMER CAX RE HIS OWX SALESMAN AXD
W ITH ;S3 SALESPEOPLE TO MAKE YOFR CUAYGE AXD '.WRAP YOI R BIXDLES.
lEvery thing for everybody A better assortment amd a larger stock of General Merchandise w as never on display in your city before. Good Enough for the Queens, cheap
enough tor the most needy. Every article must move quickly. "Unload Quick" is our motto.
Waist Satins, $1.00 values, going at yard . . 50c $2,000 Worth of Dress Trimmings at 25 0 of Real Cost
$3.00 Silks for, yard 98c 50c President Suspenders . . . . 2c
8000 yds. of Simpson Prints Calico for Be yd. all you want 25c Children's Hose 9c
$20,00, $22.50 Ladies Coats, Long and Short at $3.98 A World of Silks, Wash Taffetas, Money Back Silk, all
$ 1 .00 Overalls, a Limit of Two Pairs, for all brands 33c Kinds and all shades for the Price of Cotton Goods.
$ 1 0,000 Worth of Dress Goods, all Patterns, Weaves and Clark s 0. N. T. Thread at .... 2 l-2c
Qualities to be Cut and Slashed to a Mere Trifle. 3 pound rolls or Cotton Bats, $1.00 values for 63 c
Positively no goods go to city merchants. Don't let fake sales mislead you, that our competitors will try to follow us with.
815 Main St., Next
to Wihslow Bros.
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AMNE1
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Manager
Mill
ECHO XIMRODS rXEARTH
BOLD, BAD BCRGLAR YES?
Councilman Gives Chase to Inoffend
lug Citizen and Mayor Joins In Pur.
suit Elain Took Thomson for a
Holdup Erfw Proposes to License
Near Iieer Joints Alfalfa Meal
Mill Oikmis After Being Closed On
Account of Cold.
(Special Corrspondence.)
Echo, Jan. 13. Asa Thomson and
Mayor Scholl, the crack hunters of
this place, were getting up in the
morning 23 degrees below zero to
hunt. Asa experienced quite a time
THE CAUSE OF COLDS.
finding the Echoll bungalow and af
ter wandering around for about an
hour he hailed a passerby and asked
him he whereabouts of Scholl. The
man evidently taking him for a hold
up man, with his gun on his arm, took
to his heels. Asa though the man
was bent on some kind of mischief
and took up the pusuit. After a race
around the block Mr. Scholl heard
Mr. Thompson's shrill whistle and
came to his rescue and together they
soon captured the supposed burglar
and to their disappointment It was
Mr. Elam going to work.
In spite of the unausplclous begin-
i ning the hunt was successful and they
broygh home 13 large ducks and one
crippled goose.
At an adjourned session of the city
council last night the new members
who , are Asa Thomson, E. R. Ware,
Hugh Smith and Ed Litsey, were
sworn in.
Mayor Scholl's message to the coun
cil was quite lengthy and full of rec
ommendations. Among the principal
things advocated were of the exten-
HEWS OF TffiE
NORTHWEST
Steals Trifle Gets Year.
Butte, Mont. John McCann, who
entered a local rooming house last
December and stole 50 cents from
the trousers of a boarder, was today
sentenced to one year in the peniten
tiary for burglary.
Good Advice Regarding the Prevention
of Coughs and Colds.
If people would only properly forti
fy and strengthen their system, about
M per cent of coughs, colds and pneu
monia migh be avoided. These trou
bles are simply the result of weak
ness, which produces a catarrhal con
dition of the mucous membrane,
which is as an Internal skin of the
body, Wh'-n this skin Is weakened, it
Leconv-s infected with germs which
are carried through the system by the
blood. These parasites attack and
brak th-se delicate tissues and set
up a soreness which produces what is
In reality an external scrofula.
The only thing that will cure coughs
ar.d colds and prevent pneumonia Is
it medication which Is absorbed and
carried by the blood so that the dis
eased membrane is disinfected, clean
ed, soothed and healed.
We have a remedy which we hon
estly believe Infallable and unsurpass
able for the prevention and cure of
coughs, colds and all catarrhal condi
tions. It is the prescription of a fa
mous physician, who has an enviable
reputation of 30 years of cures gain
ed through the use of this medicine.
We promise to either effect a cure In
every case or make no charge for the
mdicine. We urge evrybody In Pn
dleton who has need of such a medi
cine to try Kexall Muco-Tone.
It stands to reason that we could
not afford to make such statements
and give our own personal guarantee
to this remedy if we were not abso
lutely positive that we could substan
tiate our claim In every particular,
and we see no reason why anyone
ahould not accept our offer and try
It. We have two sizes of Rexall Mil-cu-Tone.
Price COc and tl. Some
times COc bottle is sufficient for a.
cure. As a general thing, the most
chronic case Is cured with an average
of three large bottles. Remember,
the medicine will cost you nothing If
you are not satisfied In every panic
ola. The Pendleton Drug Co.
purdons Auto Slayer,
Olympla, Wn. Governor Mead hos
pardoned Guy C. Stratton the wealthy
lumberman, who was convicted of
manslaughter In killing a young girl
with his automobile, In Ballard last
spring. The patents of the child
signed the petition for the pardon.
Seeking for Jail Breakers,
Waterville, Wn. Sheriff Logan Is
slon of the water system, the passing i making an active search to find Sur-
of fire limits, and the licensing of
near beer Joints. All of which he con
siders necessary and believes should
be done at once. The new council will
have a lot of work to do but as It is
composed of exceptionally strong menj
the townspeople may rest assured that)
something for the advancement and'
betterment of the place will be done.
Mr. Swaggart of Heppner, O., is
here looking after his sheep. He Is
feeding 1800 head on alfalfa meal. He
is experiencing some trouble in get
ting feed on account of the mill be
ing shut down this cold weather and
the surplus supply had been shipped
to Portland. However, the mill has
started again today and there will be
plenty of meal on hand.
C. P. Bowman and wife left for
Portland this morning, where they
will go to buy a number of milch
cows. Some two months ago they
bought 23 head of Jerseys and as
they find dairying a profitable busi
ness they Intend to add to their herd.
The cream will be handled by the
Echo creamery.
Miss Capadona Montelle of the Hos
klns hotel spent Wednesday In Pendleton.
Mrs. W. E. Thresher is in the Dea
coness hospital at Spokane for treat
ment.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank fihelton are
in Baker City on business.
Lisle & Co. are busy putting up a
supply of ice for next summer. Others
are preparing to do the same,
Horace W. King returned Tuesday
from a week's visit In Walla Walla.
rell and Pugh, the two men who
broke jail at Waterville last Wednes
day by digging their way out through
the rock wall. As yet no clew has
been found as to their whereabouts,
Harney county, and distant about 140
miles by wagon road. 11. X. Ford, of
Seattle, is now back of the new enter
prise, and he has two fifty-horse
power automobiles now on the road
from Chicago, and which will be put
on daily runs between the two cities. . I'HOZEX PIPES CAl'SK
ACCIDENT NEAR ATHENA
Natcrlmck Exploded.
Great Falls, Mont. After Miss An
na Johnson, a domestic in the Wood
bury club, had started a fire in the
kitchen range, the waterback explod
er, the pieces striking the woman and !
mangling her in such a manner that'
death ensued. The water pipes had '
frozen. I
Stove Is Burst nml Plecx Blown Into
Walls and Ceilings of Room Mrs,
lYwik Jackson Jlemlcrcd I'ncoii-
scions by Force of Rlov-un Falls
With LlKhted I-unip But Is Not
Burned other Athena Notes.
Wanted at Moscow.
Moscow, Ida. Sheriff Bobbins of
Latah county, has a warrant for the
arrest of M. II. Myers, who claimed to
be a representative of tho Fanners'
Loan & Trust company of New York.
Myers appointed Thompson Bros, of
Moscow agents for the company and
demanded $62.20 as a bond for the
performance of their part of the
agreement. A check was given him
which he had cashed. The New York
company now says It has no represen
tatives on the road.
Poodle Save Master.
Xorth Yakima, Wn. A diminutive
French poodle is asserted to have
turned in a fire alarm, saved a home
from burning and rescued his sleep
ing master and mistress from de
Htructlon. The dog belongs to Alfred
H. Harmer, agent of the Xaches Val
ley railroad.
LogKinff Brakeman Killed.
Brinnon, Wn. Charles Axelby,
brakeman on the Izett Logging com
pany's logging train, was killed, his
head being crushed beyond recog
nition. The cars Jumped the track on
the big thirty-foot trestle, piling up
on the mangled corpse of the brake
man.
Brave Fire Laddies
often receive severe hums, putting
out fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica
Balve and forget them. It soon drives
out pain. For Bums, Scalds, Wounds
Cuts and Bruises It's earth's greatest
healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions
Old Sores, Bolls, Ulcers, Felons; beat
Pile cure made. Relief la Instant 2tc
it Taxman ft Co. and Pendleton Drug
Breaks Leg Three Time.
Port Orchard. Wn. While coasting
down hill here Harry Bleem lost con
trol of his sled and ran Into a fence,
breaking one of his legs. This Is the
third time this season that Bleem has
had this same leg 'broken. The first
time It was broken below the knee
and later had to be rebroken to reset
It.
Tronbln In Belllngjiam Normal.
Belllngham, Wn. Trouble has been
brewing In the faculty of the Belllng
ham normal school for some time and
Monday the board of control dis
charged Professor James O. Hulllvan
and Professor E. N. Stone, who are
charged with creating a feeling
against Principal Mathes. The prin
cipal was exonerated.
A of os Not JTor.
Vale, Or. A new system of trarel
Is to be Instituted next month between
Vale and Burns, the count- seat of
Alcohol Is a Preservative.
Alcohol Is recognized tha world
over as the proper, most evident and
w hosesome preserver of medicinal
compounds, and while some Journal
ists try to alarm the world by the cry
that patent "medicines contain more
alcohol than beer," they neglect to
state that proprietary med'clnes are
taken In doses from a teaspoinful to
a tablespoonful, while beer is a bev
erage that is consumed In quantities
from a glass to several q'larts a day.
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Coin
pound contains only 18 per cent alco
hoi, simply enough to preserve the
roots and herbs from which it Is made
and may be relied upon by every wo
man In the land aa a reliable, honest
and sure remedy for the ills peculiar
to her sex.
Basin cm Location for Rent.
Good store or office room for rent
In the East Oregonlan building en
Main street, with steam heat and elec
tric lights. Also room suitable (or
office or small store In same building.
on Webb street. Enquire at E3. O. office.
President Help Orphans.
Hundreds of orphane have been
helnort fcv the President of The In
dustrial and Orphan'a Home at Ma
con, Ga., who writes: "We nave used
Electric Bitters in this Institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex
cellent medicine for Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles. We regard It
as one of the best family medicines on
earth." It Invigorates the vital or
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up thin, pale, weak chil
dren or run-down people It has no
equal. Best for female complaints
Only (Oo at Tallman Co. and Pen
dleton Drug Co.
(Special correspondence.)
Athena, Ore., Jan. 15. A very se
vere and dangerous explosion ac
curred at the home of Mr. Frank
Jackson, a wealthy farmer who lives
a few miles west nf town. The acci
dent happened this morning when
Mr. Jackson made a fire in his
kitchen stove and the steam burst
the water tank which was attached
to the stove. The explosion was so
violent that it shattered the stove and
I blew parts of It Into the walls and
I celling of the room.
Mrs. Jackson had Just entered tho
, kitchen carrying an oil lamp. The
exploded knocked Mrs. Jackson down
and her husband found her uncon
jsclous a few moments later. The
lamp which she had In her hand was
smashed but fortunately no fire was
started from It.
Mrs. Jackson was soon revived and
an examination disclosed no danger
ous wounds.
Mr. George Dunlap has Just re
turend from an extended trip to
Portland and vicinity where he has
purchased property. Mr. Dunlap has
a very flattering picture of Portland's
future and believes that she Is des
tined to be the New York of the
West.
William fichrlmp of this city has
been In Pendleton this week where
he has been serving as Juryman In
the circuit court.
Arthur Scott Is serving on the
grand Jury which Is In session at this
term of court.
Jos. N. Scott was In the city today
from his tiome west of town looking
after business matters.
Good Business Opportunity.
For Sale Hotel and Millinery Store
at Helix, Ore. Hotel has just been
renovated throughout. Doing good
business. Good reasons for selling.
Inquire of Mrs. Frank Myers, Helix,
Oregon.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money If
It falls to oure. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature Is on enoh box. IBc.
One unfurnished room for rent In
the East Oregonlan baUdlng. Elec
tric lights and steam heat Bath, hot
and eeld water en floor. Rate very
kseaable. Enquire at B. O. office.
i i' ti i iirimv.
Mr. Nnknyne We must pronnmlzp.
Mrs. Noknyne -Very well. Von ntnp
smoklnic, I'M rut your hnlr nml nuiko
nil your nerktli-s.
Coffee
Just Coffee, but perfect
Coffee.
Your grocer will grind it
better if ground at home not
too fine.
Biliousness
Dull headache, furred tongue,
yellowish cast to the whites of
the eyes, sallow skin, offensive
breath, are all signs that the
liver needs a dose or two of
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Self Everywhere. t base 10 eaf SI

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