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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1902)
Closing Out Sale Continues
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25 yards Prints . . . . $1 00
20 yards Amaskeag Gingham 00
20 yards Bleach Mttslin . i 00
25 yards Oating Flannel . . t 00
0c and t5c Lace, per yard 05
75c Corsets for 39
leaver Bros. D.G.Co
MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1902,
James A. Howard, farm loans.
Ilceat candy In the ci-y. Dutton'B
?or rent or sale, two- small houses.
luire of Henry J. Bean.
Stockmen intending to purchase
Bck salt should write the Standard
Dcery for prices.
"he Standard Grocery can sell you
Bsh ranch eggs cheaper than any
lore in Pendleton.
"Wall paper, wall paper! Where?
k Sharp's. big wall paper store, opera
louse block, Court street.
The Standard Grocery has just re
lived another large shipment of the
falla Walla Health Foods,
iMoney to loan at lowest rates on
or country property. J. R. Dick-
East Oregonlan building.
3peltz seed, a new certsal, a great
and grain producer, $3 per hund
For sale at C. F. Colesworthy's,
rner Alta and Cottonwood streets.
teady to wear street hats are now
display at Mrs. Campbell's mili
ary store. Their swell line of im-
rted patterns will be on display
ler March 10.
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I carry them in all
and guarantee them
just as stamped.
Jeweler and Optician
Next door to R. Alexander's
$1.00 to $1.50 shirts fo close, 49c.
Cleaver Bros Dry Goods Co.
New Invoice of dill pickles and
olives in bulk, at Hawley Bros.
Ladies' Mcintosh $2:35, regular
price, $C50. Cleaver Bros' Dry
Big red apples; honey in comb, rad
ishes, cauliflower, celery, etc., at
Wanted, situation to assist, in house
keeping. Inquire at Mrs. Strahon's,
If you want fine meats, go to
Shcwarz & Greulich. They handle the
best there is to be had.
Ask to see 4111 blacki hose. We
are selling them at 25c: worth 40c.
Cleaver Bros' Dry Goods company.
Found, on the street, gold ring,
Owner can secure same by calling at
this office and paying charges.
For rent, newly furnished rooms,
bath -in connection, 309 West Court
street, two blocks from Main street
To make space for new goods, all
stoves and ranges now on hand, at
cost. This week only. W. G. Clarke
Muir & Wall have moved their
dressmaking parlors from Association
Block, to their home at 301 East
Sam Thompson won the medal at
the blue rock shoot, of the Pendleton
Sportsmen's Association, held- on the
Aiert iiOBe company win give a
hard times masquerade ball on St.
Patrick's" night, Monday, March 17,
Music by Kirkman's orchestra. Cash
prizes offered. Admission, gentlemen
maskers, $1; spectators, 50 cents;
lady msakers, free; spectators
The Carrier millinery establishment
is made brilliant with the latest fash
ions In ladies' hats and trimmings.
Mrs. Carrier recently returned from
Chicago and an elegant stock of
spring millinery is now arriving,
which the ladles are .invited to call
and see on display. 4
Last week did not have a clear day.
This is according to Weather Observ
er William Hilton, whose report shows
that Sunday, the 2d, Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Sat
urday was totally cloudy and Friday
was partly so. The wind blew from
the northwest two days, from the
north two days, from the south two
days .and from the east one. Although
it was cloudy all .the week very little
water fell, there only being .0!) hund
redths of an inch. The average mini
mum temperature for the week was
59.1 minimum, 39.7, meau, 49.4, range
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Our Squirrel Poison and Strrohntue, for exterminating squirrels are
oithe standard strength and purity. " ,
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Brown' Troe Soap, Quassia Chips,', Whale Oil 8osp, Paris Green; etc..
lor spraying, ' .
Sheep .Point, Sheep Dip, Lamp Blat-lc and Oil.
obtainable, guaranteed aa represented.
AH our goods are the best
5 Steps from Main Street Toward ttie Court House
TkU lenatire i oa erary box of. the geBuiti
LAMM VC PronWUUllie Tablets
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N, H. Cottrell.
In Pendleton, a boy on the 5th In
stant. Four carloads' ,ot sheep will go out
of Pendleton this cvonlng, over the
W & C. R,, for Seattle. They aro
from the Rugg Brothers' band and
were purchased by Bert Walker, "who
represents Frye, Bruhn & Co.
N,rs. Harriett Lewis died suddenly
at her "home near Ulllsboro, aged 83
years. Deceased was born at Breor,
O., where, in 1843, she was married to
James B. Lewis. In 1882 sho emi
grated to Washington county, whoro
she has resided until her death.
The Parliamentary Club will hold
an Important and interesting meeting
at the home of Mrs. H. CGuornsey,
on Tuesday afternoon of this week.
The meeting will begin promptly at
2:30 o'clock, and it Is hoped that
every member will be on time.
The Pastime club gave another of
their weekly dances Saturday evening
which was a most enjoyable affair.
These dances have been iunning all
winter and each one seems to have
more enthusiasm and a larger crowd
than the previous ones Fechter's
orchestra furnished the music.
The horse hitched to one of J. K.
Robinson's laundry wagons, fell in
the street, on Alta, just west of Main,
this afternoon. He was being driven
along Ttt-a good gait and all at once
he jumped into the air and fell broad
side to the ground. He was unhitched
and little damage was done, the horse
We give no -rewards. An offer of
this kind is the meanest of deceptions.
Test the curative powers of Ely's
Cream Balm for the cure of catarrh,
hay fever and cold In the head and
you are sure to continue the treat
ment. Relief is immediate and a cure
follows. It is not drying, does not
produce sneezing. It sooths and heals
the membrane. Price 50 cents at drug
gists or by mail. Ely Brothers, 56
Warren street, New York.
J. Sherwood, alias Captain McCook,
was arraigned ' this forenoon! before
Judge Fltz Gerald and waived exami
nation. He still puts up tha plea that
he Is not McCook and never heard of
him until he was arrested in Port
land last week charged with obtain
ing money fraudulently while parad
ing under the name in this city last
June. He said that the witnesses he
wanted to prove his identity by were
in the East and'he did not care to fool
with a justice court until he got them
here. His trial will probably come up
In the circuit court next week.
Been Reached In the Barlow
Webster's abridged definition of
the word "minstrelsy" is "Art or oc
cupation of a mJfestrel; system of
ballads; music; a company of mu
sicians." But the way he would de
fine it now would be as follows: "Gor
geous magnificence in scenic embel
lishments; songs that are witty, -wise
and charming; personal grace with
great, grand and beautiful; match
hibition containing all that Is novel,
great, grand an dbeautiful; match
less in grandeur, with fun without a
blush, provoking lond and loud laugh
ter with humor without a taint; the
cleanest and best of all amusements."
The above definition forms a syn
opsls of the many good things In Bar
low's minstrels. In point of numbers,
embellishments and general equip
ment, and with a roster second to
none, this company deserves the right
to the title, costliest, richest and
A magnificent street parade will be
given at noon and a free band concert
in front of the theater at .7:30 p. m,
can be enjoyed by all. At Frazer'a
Tuesday, March 11.
The Vice of Nagging.
Clouds the liapplness of the home,
but a nagging woman often needs
help. She may be, so nervols and run
down in health that trifles annoy her.
If she 1 s melancholy, excitable, troubl
ed with loss of appetite, headache,
sleeplessness, constipation or fainting
and dizzy spells, she needs Eloctrlc
Bitters, the. most wonderful remedy
for ailing women. Thousandp of Buff
erers from female troubles, nervous
troubles, backache and weak kidneys
have used it, and become healthy and
happy. Try it. Only 50c. Tallman &
Co. guarantee satisfaction.
The local baseball management
has renewed Its correspondence with
the Butte club, of the Pacific North
west league) In respect to the matter
of bringing their team hero for spring
practice, and it Is .hoped to "land"
them for the reason that practice
witlf a professional club will greatly
benefit and perfect the individual and
team work of the local club,
Workcontinues daily on the base
ball grounds, at the west end of Alta
streot and the infield has recciyed
considerable attention. The stones'
have, been removed and a heavy roller
run over it. The grpund iJ loose as
.cl and the local boys aro hoping for
ra.n to jiack it. The fence around
the ground will be erected in a short
Captain iSlegler would Hko to ho.r
from any business men in the oily
who have employment fov.men fn apy
Jine of work. He la desirous of soi'ir
,ing positions for ome. applicant for
places on this years ball club. po
sition that would keep a. man bvsy
i IVia mnrnlticra nr atinh aa wmilrl flit'
each week, would bo acceptable
Mr. Zlcglcr Is an attorney at law
and has located In the pleasant ofilccs
of Carter & Raloy, In tho Savings
Bank building. He was admitted to
tho bar In Ohio and practiced for a
whilo in Canton, his home city.
The poorest girls In the world, It is
believed, are those who aro not taught
to work, and the sad part about it Is
that there arc thousands of tlieni. Itlch
parents have petted them, and they
have been taught to despise labor and
to depend upon others for a living and
aro perfectly helpless. The most for
lorn women belong to this class. It Is
the duty of parents to protect their
daughters from these deplorable con
ditions. They do a great wrong to
them If they neglect It. Kvory daugh
ter should bp taught to earn her own
living. Tho rich as well as the poor re
quire this training. Tho wheel of for
tune rolls swiftly around. ' The rich
are likely to become poor and the poor
become rich. Skill added to labor Is no
disadvantage to the rich and Is hulls
pensablc to tho poor. Well to do par
ents must educate their daughters to
work. There Is no reform more Im
perative than this.
A nnrncil Sancepnn.
When food burns down in a sauce
pan, the damage to the pan may be
remedied by boiling soda water in it.
Use a teaspoonful of soda to tho aver
age burn, with water enough to keep
from boiling dry, and after ten or fif
teen minutes' boiling the burned sub
stance will be so softened that it can
be easily scraped off. If tho burn is a
very bad one, it may be necessary to
repeat the process, but it is effective.
New Cae For iVcrdlc.
Have any of the readers tried mak
ing soldiers out of needles and scaling
wax to use instend of pins when cut
ting out garments? They go In so much
easier and do nqt mako such large
holes. Use brokenneedlcs, if not too
short, and those a little bent. If you do
not care to buy them for tho purpose,
though It pays If v.ou keep track of
them and-put them in a cushion of
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Dr. King's
New Life Pills is dally coming to light.
No such grand remedy for Liver and
Bowel troubles was ever .known be
fore. Thousands bless them for cur
ing constipation, sick headache, bll
llousness, jaundice and indigestion.
Try them. 25c at Tallman & Co.'s
drug store .
Glaas Street lu Pari.
There has just been opened to tho
public of Paris a new street paved
with blocks made by a new glass proc
ess. Contrary to the expectation oi
many, it afforda an excellent foothold
and promises to be without dust and
not absorb waste. By tho process tua
Inventor is enabled to use all kinds of
In the cities and towns throughout
Canada asphalt and vitrified brick
have been adopted as the standard
pavements, macadam on the leading
county highways and gravel for tho
The immigration comm'ttee of tho
senate Is about ready to report the
-Mitchell Chinese exclusion bill. Sen
ator Mitchell today had a conference
with Chairman Penrose, and was as
sured that the bill would be changed
but slightly, and not in a manner to
alter its general effect.
Boston Store Shoes
FOR CHILDREN AND HISSES
SCHOOL JJgJ HOUSE
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
...Reliable Goods Only...
Peautiful Wash Waists
They aro hero now in all of tho Silk and Mer
cerized Tissues, sheer lino Persian lawns, linons mas
alias, madras, etc., otc. Tho fasten-in-the-bnek stylo
is particularly good, as it preserves so oasily tho bust
qualtities of tho broad shouldered and drooping front
fashion and so well displays tho season's novelties in
haudsome ombroidorod effodts.
Smart Whltfl Waists of lino llnnn fmlilonod. ool uliloof tio front with clustorj
of homatltchoil tlit-kx center of back Holldly tuckutl ttickoil Ctifta easily laundoreri.
Many beautiful iWalgns, Including figured uutcrlnli from 11.60 to 18.
Features of the 1902 Waists
Are the pretty turn overs on the soft stocks,
sloevos slightly largor, cuffs a little wider,
, long straignt blouse offect, front openjback,
Thp Dpnn Itolif) cp
1 u uupO fill u UUyu
Frazer Opera House,
Geo. U linker, Lessee and Manager, Jas. D. Welch, Local Manager.
TUESDAY, MARCH II
BIG BAND AND ORCHESTRA.
FREE STREET PARADE AT NOON.
Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00 Seat sale at Fraziers now.
8mok Pride of Umatilla Cigars.
Frazer Opera House
Geo L. lluker, Lessee and Manngor, Jas, D, Welch, Local Manager.
Wednesday Evening, March 12.
Mr. Daniel Sully
PRESENTING THE NEW YORK SUCCESS
AN AMERICAN DRAMA OF MARVELOUS STRENGTH
Prices: Lower Floor, $1.00, Gallery, 50c.
Seats on sale Monday morning at Fra.jer's.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make good bread ubh Byerfl' H'at FJour. It took flret
premium at the OlilcaRO World's Fair overall competl'
tlon, and glvea excellent satlefactlou wherever used.
Every eack ia guaranteed. We have the boat Steara
Boiled Hurley, Hood Ryu and Beardless Uarley,
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S, BYEUS, Proprietor.
gonian for a free cat
alogue o! them. A full supply always kept ia stock,
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