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Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
Has secured the
for the celebrated
Vifginia Kid Gloves for Ladies
These gloves are the best that human hands have
yet devised. They are the most stylish and best
made gloves it is possible to buy. Wearers of
the Virginia gloves can feel confident of having
the Newest and Best Fitting Handware.
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"FRIDAY, APRIL 18, .1902.
Junes A. Howard, farm loans.
Tar rent; piano; Inquire this office,
jfobby suits at Siebert & Schultz.
See tie new decorated dishes at
fit. Joe Store is offering ladies'
e, worth 12c, for sc.
Schllti's bock beer, the best of the
n, at Nolte's saloon.
St. Joe Store, will sell for three
its, hose worth 25c, for 15c.
Fine line of toilet soaps at Mar
i'b Faml!y Bakery and Grocery.
St. Joe Store will sell for three
j6, ladles' under vests -worth 6c,
If you want fine meats go to
hwarz & Greullch. They handle the
st there is to be had.
Money to laon at lowest rates on
ra or country property. J. It. Dick-
East Oregonian building.
G. Neuman added to the appear
ice of his cigar store by Improving
5 show cases. The pine case is
Teat sweet tooth of yours will have
regular picnic if you drop into Dut
t's and get some of the home-made
creams. They are the most
Jicious confections made. A trial
I have just received some
designs in Leather and
UeW Woven Fobs. They are
"uties and very serviceable.
r&e cost is modest
Jeweler and Optician
Whitaker, the dentist
See Lee Teutsch for hats.
Farm loans at lowest rates.
We have the T)est 50c overall in this
market. St. Joe Store.
Schlltz pale and bock beer on
draught at Nolte's saloon.
St Joe Store is selling ladies' hose
worth elsewhere 20c, for 10c.
Wanted Girl to do general house
work. Inquire of Mrs. H. C. Guern
Wanted Girl for general house
work. Inquire Mrs. Sawtell, 511 Aura
Chicken pie dinner at Hendricks'
hall from 11 o'clock until 6:30 in the
St. Joe Store will sell you a 4-yard
pattern of wash silk, worth elsewhere
$2.50, for $1.60.
St Joe Store is having a special
Woodcraft sale for Saturday, Monday
For Sale 1300-gallon water tank,
made of matched lumber, lined with
tin, at a bargain. F. A. Errickson,
Umatilla Indian school.
The ladies representing the flag for
Daphne Circle float, are requested to
meet at La Dow hall on Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Itf. T. Bradley, of Umatilla, has pur
chased the White Lodging House, run
by Mrs. Martin Compton, at the south
end of Main street, and assumed con
trol of the same.
Come as early as 11 and partake of
chicken pie and other good things,
served by the ladies of the Presbyter
ian church, at Hendricks' hall, from
11 until 6:30 p. m.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
Siebert & Shultz, up-to-date tailors.
Just arrived, a new line of child
ren's school hats to take the place
of Mexican hats, at Mrs. Rose Camp
bell's. The St Joe 'store has improvoa the
appearance and convenience of the
grocery department by rc-aranglng
the counters and some of the fixtures.
Three carloads of ,eet cattle went
OUt Over the W. & O. P rnnrl Thnro.
day evening, bound for Seattle. They
were purchased of the Stanflold
Brothers by Carston Brothers, local
butchers of Seattle.
For the first time In two wwltn iho
city jail la uninhabited. For two
weeks the Jail has had from six to a
dozen prisoners, who wore serving
time for being drunk or for vagrancy,
but all their terms of eonfinflnmnr
were up Thursday evening, and they
were allowed to go their way rejoicing.
The East Oreeonlan invites those
having friends visiting them, or who
are otherwise interested1 in hnvlnc
cientlon in the paper, to call the pa
per up by teleDhone. or to send ths
item desired Inserted to the office by
messenger or mall. This paper is de
sirous of overlooking no person or
event and it will annreciate anv as
sistance rendered by those concern
ed. It is Impossible for the regular
reporters of the paper to learn of the
doings of everybody, althoueh It Is
the paper's intent for them to do so.
Send in items. They are always wel
come and will receive prompt attention.
TOOK UP THE FIGHT.
The Puritan Chemical Company have appointed
us as their agents for Umatilla County ....
&?as, Small .35 Box
Piaster! '. '. Each
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
uom Street Toward the Court House
The Battle Was for Eastern Oregon
and Credit Is Due for It
The Council Advance, of Council,
The East Oregonian, published In
Pendleton, took up the fight for rec
ognition of Eastern Oregon for repre
sentation on the state ticket last
July. Although a democratic paper,
It advocated the nomination of an
Eastern Oregon republican for gover
nor. It was willing to sacrifice Its
political predilections to smash the
Multnomah machine and thereby
warn the web-footers that there was
a large population this side of the
Cascades engaged in all kinds of bus
iness save politics who had been Ig
nored by the solons who occasionally
meet in Salem to carry out their In
structions. When the fight was in
augurated tne editor or this paper
was writing for the East Oregonian
and battled for dissolving the ties
that held Eastern Oregon in bondage
to Multnomah. The independent press
is a power for correcting evils in all
parties. Brother Jackson deserves
the congratulations of all citizens of
Eastern Oregon, irrespective of poll
tics, for landing the gubernatorial
nomination in the hands of a Pendle-
Kissinger vs. Kissinger.
Hattie E. Kissinger has sued Wil
liam T. Kissinger for a divorce.
Plaintiff alleges that they were mar
ried in Umatilla county in 18. , and
that in 1900 defendant deserted her
and has since failed to provide for her
and their only child," a boy of 10
years. She asks that the court give
her a divorce from the defendant and
Charles M. Kissinger is plaintiff's at
BLUE VS. BLUE.
the custody of the boy, beside" such
church will serve good substantialtother relief as the court fees just
meals in Hendricks' hall on Tuesday,
April 22, beginnig at 11 o'clock and
continuing until 6:30.
John E. Boyer has instituted suit
in the Umatilla county circuit court
against W. Brummett to recover $855
and interests . alleged due on a note
made and executed on the 14th day
of July, 1900. T. G. Hailey is plain
Excslslor Council, Order of Pendo,
have succeeded in securing the
Sweet family to render their most
popular drama for the benefit of the
local treasury. The entertainment
will be given April 18, at Hendricks'
Hall. After the play the lady mem
bers will serve all pre3ent with a
bounteous repast and the remainder
of the evening will be spent In danc
ing, good music ill be furnished.
Evening's entertainment, Including
supper, 25 cents; children under 14
years, 15 cents. "And don't you for
TUaaigaabueia oa erery box of the genulfl
uucative oromo-QuioiBC Tstieu
Mrs. Juliette Downs Blue Granted a
Divorce From Dr. Rupert Blue.
Di. Rupert Blue, surgeon of the
United States marine service, was
last Monday divorced from his wife,
Mrs. Juliette Downs Blue, at Milwau
kee, Wis., on the ground of cruel and
Inhuman treatment. In her complaint
Mrs. Blue stated that they were mar
ried in Chicago, March 4, 1895, and
that since then defendant had, in ad
dition to applying objectionable epi
thets, at divers times, beating her In
an Inhuman manner until she was
sick, sore and disabled, causing her
great mental and physical pain. Dr.
and Mrs. Blue had a superior social
standing In Milwaukee, the doctor be
ing In the regular service of the navy
with a salary of $3500. Miss Blue
was formerly Miss Juliette Downs,of
Spokane. She intends to return to
Washington after a trip abroad this
summer. Mrs. Blue Is the daughter
of the late -Superintendent Downs, of
the Great Northern, who was killed
by a runaway train on that road some
months ago. Dr. and Mrs. Blue are
well known in Portland, where Dr.
Blue was stationed for several
months. The divorce Is surprising
news to friends of both.
DM5 WILL PITCH
PENDLETON YOUNG MAN
WILL OCCUPY THE BOX.
About 100 People Accompanied Pen
dleton Ball Nine to Athena for
Game There This Afternoon.
Tho Pendleton baseball team board
ed the belated train, which loft hore
at 1:05 for Athena, to cross bats with
tho Yellow Kids this afternoon. Tho
team was accompanied by between 75
and 100 rooters, who went up to help
tho Indians carry their colors to vic
tory. The Athena line-up could not be ob
tained, but the line-up and batting or
der or the Pendleton players Is as fol
lows: Brown, catcher; Zlegler, third
bape; Knox, short stop; Cornell, right
field; Clemens, centor field; Hart
man, first base; Demoting, left field;
Ulrlch, second base; Dupuls, pitcher.
It will bo seen that tho above line
up Is a little different from tho way
theboys have been playing. Clemens
rightfully belongs where Knox Is to
play and Knox belongs whore Clem
ens plays today. This change was
made for the reason that Clemens has
a lame arm and thinks ho can play
safer for the team In the middle field.
Dupuls, as pitcher, Is a now man and
his ability has not been tried In any
contests with the local team, al
though, It is said, that ho puts up a
good game and Is hard to beat In tho
box. He will pitch today to save Wll
ner for the game here Sunday with
the Walla Walla team.
Smallpox In School.
Walla Walla, April 18. That pu
pils of the eighth grade of the Paine
school were exposed to smallpox was
proven yesterday when Orpha De
Long, a student In Principal Ryan's
room, was removed by tho health of
ficer and placed in quarantine at the
home of her father, W. F. De Long,
In Chestnut street. Every possible
step will at once be taken to prevent
the spread of the disease, the room
will be fumigated and the clothing of
the children disinfected.
Deputy Sheriff John Waldin is sick
at Union with typfiold 'fever,
New Kind of Brick.
F J. Parker Is trying to Introduce
among Walla Walla contractors a
new kind of building brick that he
claims much for. Tho brick Is com
posed of lime and sand, the propor
tion bIng four to six per cent lime
and the remainder building sand. The
brick is being turned out by a San
Francisco firm and where used for
building purposes Is giving much bet
ter satisfaction than ordinary brick.
It Is claimed that they will stand
mote pressure, and absorb much less
water. The bricks are made in a pe
culiar manner, the ingredients of
which they are composed being plac
ed in moulds and buried in the
ground, where they are subjected to
a steaming process.
It Py to Trade at the People Waucho ,
Surprise Sale m
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1903
SILK FOUL ARDIN E
350 yards silk finished Foulardinc will bo placed
on Surprise Sale Friday morning, April i8th.
This line of goods has never been sold for less
than 35c per yard. Among the lot you will
find a 'beautiful variety of desitrns and colorincs.
Here is chance to get a very pretty summer dress for very little
money. Our Joss is your gain. Remember, only 12 yards to a
Friday is always Bargain Day at The Peoples Warehouse
A Walking Skirt that would cost you at any
other time $2.98, at Surprise Price $2.00
Alterations made free of charge at the store
'o Off on all Tailor Made Suits for the next 10
days. Alterations free.
If you don't like what 3 ou buy when you get it home,
bring it back
Better See Them
Before You Buy
Home grown asparagus, new and
tender...We have all the fresh green
vegetables of the season.. .All kinds
of mushes.. .H-O self rising buck
wheat, and comb honey and
strained honey in jars :: :: ::
1 OF THE DAY
All Mia tfnus WnrVa uMMi )i1VA tnt wltll IliA
hearty approval of Book Lovojs are at
Read This List of the New Books :
"Count Hannibal," by Stanley J. Weyman.
"In tho Fog," by Richard Harding Uavis.
"The Hilling Passion," by Henry van Dyke.
"It I Were King," by Justin McCarthy.
'Tarry Thou Till I Come," by Qeorgo Croly.
"The velvet Glove," by Jleury Beton Merrl-
man. ... . .
"Tho l'lnes o( Lory," by J. A. Mitchell.
"Tpmntlnir nf Father Anthony." by George
Horton. .. .
House With tho Green Shutters," by George
"The llnle of the ITnconauered." by Test
Dalton. , . ....
"The Methods 01 iaay waiaeruursi,- uy
Frances Hodgson Ilurnett.
"Audrey." uy Mary jounsion. .,,.
Allln Winneld." by George Ktlielbert Walsh,
"Cloistering of Ursula," by Clinton Scollard.
"Kate Bonnet." by Frank It. Stockton.
"Ud From Slavery." by Hooker T, Wash.
'"ffi'rcf of the Quardi." by Louis Evaa
"In Bplte of All, 'uywa naxyaii. 1
Ntw Canterbury Tales," by Maurice Hew
"Hester BJulr," uy wmiam nenry uhikhi.
"Anticipations," by William Henry Carson.
"A House Parly," by Joseph Ilallworth.
"Arllue Valire,'1 by Joseph , Ilallwortb.
"Life's LittU Ironies," by Thomas Hardy,
"Bimon We," by Anthony Hope.
"The Kairle's Heart," by Hatulla Gurland.
"Norman Holt," by General Charles King.
'What Happoned to Wigglesworth," by ,
Daily East Omaonlan by Carrlsi
only 15 csnto a wssk.
S 0 0 &
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
Frazor Opera House
Ilakor Si Welch, Managers.
FRIDAY, APRIL 18th
THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY
PRESENTED DY THE
MORRIS & HALL COMEDY CO,
Prices: lower floor, $1; gallery, 50o. Seuta on b1o ut Fmzler'a book
40 and 50c
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CIGARS-the best brands
TOBACCO finest tor
smoking and chewing
PIPES to suit all ;: :