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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1902)
Are Coming in Daily
jE ARE receiving all the fancy and staple
f ar(-;ces of the market, and have the brightest,
III w -reshest
and newest stock in Pendleton.
Dependable Goods' and Reasonable) 'Prices
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
fjfuRDAY, MAY 10, 1902.
Maker, the dentist
j Lee Teutsch for hats.
kmes A. nowara, iariu iuuub.
loney saved at the Standard. -trm
leans at lowest rateB. E .D.
jolumbus buggies ?150, at Uma-
tor Sale Lady's bicycle, almost
r. Apply 712 West Alta street.
Wl In line and do your trading at
strictly cash grocery, which is the
you want line meats go to
lirarz & Greullc. They : andle the
; there Is to be had.
Honey to loan at lowest rates on
l or country property. J. R. Dlck-
I, East Oregonian building.
Standard Grocery Company
! highly elated at the success of
strictly cash trading plan.
Sttra fine assortment of bottled
s, preserves and jams at Mar
I'e Family Grocery and Bakery.
IVn. Abalan of Turkey will show
Irklsh and Oriental goods at R.
pander's store next Monday, May
lnese goods are made by Aba
i himself, In Turkey.
fur collarette was nicked un In
11a Walla Sunday last. It. r t.ha
pperty of some one of the lady ex-
wumsis trom Pendleton. The
P,M can recover same by applying
: ""a onice.
Uave just received some
ae designs in Leather and
il Woven Fobs. Thev are
I duties and very serviceable.
The cost in m,U...
$1.50 to $3.75
Jeweler and Opt:
Castle's for fish.
Fresh flBh dally at Castle's.
Fechter's for Ice cream. Court St.
Furnished rooms, 309 W. Court St.
Schlitz's Milwaukee beer on
draught at the Maze.
Columbus buggies, $150, at Uma
tilla Implement Company.
Always a pleasure to eat Dutton's
ice cream. It's pure and wholesome.
Large stock of best toilet soap at
Martin's Family Grocery and Bak
ery. Dutton's Ice cream and soda watei
are delicious. You never tire of
Scorching weather is made enjoy
able by cooling off with Dutton's ice
Fancy plates, salad bowls, cups and
saujeers, celery trays, lowest prices.
Nobbiest ideas of the season In
suitings at Seibert & Shulz's, the
Fresh Swiss cheese. It's delicious
At Martin's Family Grocery and
Brome grass seed and all kinds of
bulk and package garden seeds at
Ice cream soda, Ice cream, -ice
cream Sunday, all flavors, at Koep-
Drop into Nolte's saloon and get
some nice fresh crawfish. Received
fresh every other day.
Helnz's strawberry and pineapple
preserves also apple butter. Very
fine goods, at Hawley Bros.
Jesse Failihg is "sprucing up" the
appearance of his business place by
having the buildings nicely repaired.
Just arrived from Chlpago, the
ladles' new street hats, also the im
proved Sablin corsets at Mrs. Camp
bell's. All kinds of . real estate for sale.
Homes on easy payments, will fur
nish part of purchase money.
Rihorn & Cook, room 10, Taylor
Lost On Jackson street, a pair of
gold-rimmed eye glasses, with the
name of Louis Hunziker on case.i
Finder will receive suitable reward
if returned to Mrs. F. A. Campbell,
or this office.
Virgil Moore, a well-to-do farmer,
residing northwest of the city is hav
ing a well drilled on his farm. At
a depth of 110 feet a good vein of
water was struck, but the drill has
been kept going until it has reached
214 feet without more water being
found. Mr. Moore says he is going
to keep drilling and make a thorough
test of the water supply beneath his
Superintendent Brown, of the city
water works, finds that It is imprac
tical to (collect from water consumers
by calling personally upon them, so
he proposes to enforce the rules and
Ca bKoePpen's Bedbug Destroyer
ation f Uled fr a11 kinds of insects. It is the best prepar
them ar-IT KILLS THEM and keeps
carpet b Used for moths ants roaches and
be(ore UgS; Sn0uld be used freely on clothing and furs
VvvvPK away. Price 25 cents a bottle.
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
&5 Sf. f
om Main Street Toward the Coart House
regulations providing for the shut
ting off the water of those who do
not pay promptly, on or before the
10th of each month, at the superln
Thursday evening Alpha Assembly
No. 9, United Artisans, had a social
time In the Hendricks' hall. The eve
ning was spent in singing, listening
to instrumental music and dancing.
A largo crowd was present and a
good time had. Refreshments were
A fire alarm was turned In at 6
o'clock Friday evening from the Jap
residence on Cottonwood street, be
tween "Webb and Railroad streets,
owned by George Ely. The fire com
pany responded but were not needed,
as the blaze had been extinguished
before it reached the place. The fire
caught in the root from a stove pipe.
Small damage was done.
The funeral of Ed Southwell, the
young manwho died near La .Grande
Thursday night from poison, the re
sult of eating sour dough bread made
in an old Uh can, occurred at the
home of his brother, John Southwell,
five miles south of here, at 2 o'clock
this afternoon, and the remains were
brought to the Olney cemetery for
burial. Southwell was quite well
known here. He was a single man
ME WHITMAN TRACK MEET
WALLA WALLA HIGH SCHOOL
GOT FIRST HONORS
Pendleton High School Captured
Second Place There Were Five
Walla Walla, May 10 The Walla
Walla high school won the honors of
the track meet yesterday afternoon
in the presence of 500 people, witn
23 points over the nearest competi
tor. The meet was held on the old
race track and occupied all the after
noon. Five teams competed. Ned
McLean, of the high school, proved
himself the best man in the meet,
winning all short runs, taking the
100-yard dash in 10 1-5 seconds, and
making the last lap In the relay race
to win. He won four first prizes,
one second, and lost nothing he un
dertook. The scores made by the
different teams follow: Walla Walla,
high school, 59 points; Pendleton
high school, 26 points; Whitman
academy, 19 points; Waitsburg acad
emy, 13 points; Huntsville seminary,
The personnel of the five teams
Walla Walla High School Ned
McLean, captain; Fred Bruuton, Wil
liam Coleman, Fred Bowman, Jacob
Betz, Jr.; Ivan Burke, Clifford Min
nick, Casius Greenslade, James Mc
Cool, Byron Loney, James M'cCrea,
Jesse Blalock, John Leahy, Louis
Sutherland, George Thompson, Ru
dolph Ruppe, Elbert Stewart, Willis
Pendleton High School Willie
Wyrick, Roy Leezer, Fred Hartman,
Allen Arnsplker, Robert Cronlti.
Whitman Academy James Ly
man, Elmo Reser, George Reser,
Thomas Dutcher, David Graham,
George Keepers, Paul Brattain. Har
ry Robinson, Gilbert Johnson. Harry
Corpe, Ray Perrlnger, John Lyman.
Waitsburg Academy Geo. Har
dy, Frank Cobb, John Sweazy, Leigh
Horner, Malcolm McCown, Ell Lud-
wig, Emory McCown, E. J. Prescott,
Washington Seminary, Huntsville
Charles Cave, Forest Braden, Mil
lard Triesenriter, Albert Natwlck.
Th,e officials in charge of the track
Starter, Albert Dale Gantz; ref
eree, Dorsey M'. Hill; timekeepers,
William Hogoboom, Robert Moore,
Fred Baddeley; judges of finishes,
Frank Bucket, W. D. Lyman, Joseph
Baddeley; judges of field, J. W. Shep
herd, John Ankeny, C. S. Bond;
clerk, Marion Kees; announcer,
Ralph Zercher; inspectors, A. F. Gal
loway,. Elmer Tash, H. E. Spessard;
marshals, Joseph Wray, Horace
Howard, Elmer Brown, j
Robert Cronip, of PendMon, won
first prize in the shot put contest.
He made a record of slinging the
shot 39 feet 2 Inches. He also wouJ
the running broad jump, the running
high jump and second place in the
pole vault. Roy Leezer won second
in the 880-yard run, second in the
440-yard race, and tyM Wyrick won
third place in the 100-yard dash, and
third in the 220-yard dash Those who
attended the meet and declamation
contest will return to Pendleton thin
tttday between teams from all the
schools but one, tho interest in the
Jeoato last night was unusual, and
the attendance was large.
Louis Sutherland, of this city, took
the first nrize: Mabel Chestnut,
Colfax, second, and Edith Draper, of
Huntsville, third. Over 400 people
'-.ro in attendance. There was an
informal reception to visitors.
Colonel Butcher Will' Win.
G. F. Johnson, deputy assessor of
Baker county, and formerly of Pen
dleton, where ho was deputy county
clerk under Walter M. Pierce, Is In
town, on his way homo from Port
land, where he attended tho meeting
of the State Federation of Labor.
Mr. Johnson says that W. F. Butch
er, tho democratic candidate for con
gressman, wlfl carry the second dis
trict against J. N. Williamson, his
opponent. He gives as a reason for
thinking this, that tho railroad em
ployes all over tho state are going
to support Butcher solid because of
the stand Wllllnmson took in the
fellow servant bill before tho legls
lature. He also says that Baker
county will give Butcher a strong
vote on account of tho bounty law,
which Williamson promoted. Mr.
Johnson is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Burr Johnson, of Pendleton
Representatives of Six Schools Par
ticipatedGold Medal Won by
Louis Sutherland, of Walla Walla
Walla Walla, May 10. Last night
at Whitman chapel occurred the dec
lamatiofi Contest between rcpresen'
tatlves of six schools and academies,
the prize being a beautiful gold med
al. Those representing tho different
schools were: Whitman academy,
Harry Robinson; Washington soml
nary, MJss Edith Draper; Colfax col
lege, Miss Mabel Chestnut; Walts-
burg academy, Misses Mabel Horner
and Anna Kenlwell; Pendleton ingu
school, Fred Hartman; Walla Walla
high school, Louis Sutherland. The
judges were Oscar Cain, prosecuting
attorney, Rev, Albert Dale Gantz,
and Mrs. William Clark.
On aqcouut of thettrack meet yes-
Improvement of "The Maze."
Tho Maze, Montelth & Howard.
proprietors, which has been under
going some extensive changes, is now
open to tho public in an improved
condition. The changes are notlfceable
in all parts of tho room and tho ar
tistic hand of the painters and deco
raters have transformed the fixtures
and wall until tho entire interior har
monizes. The front has been sot
back from tho walk and painted a
silver color. Tho Maze with its im
provements presents a very inviting
appearance, being one of the most
attractive resorts In Pendleton, where
the inner man can be cheered and refreshed.
ForSale or Exchange.
The new brick and stone cottage,
corner Water and Vincent streets.
Has all modern Improvements. Will
take part in unimproved property.
Apply I. L. Ray, 111 Court street.
Do not fall to register before May
15th, or you will lose the right to
vote, it .ts nothing to register.
Better See Them
Before Yotf Boy
THAT means a drug store
where as much attention ib
paid to see that a five cent pur
chase is as satisfactory to a cus
tomer as a ten dollar purchase.
It means a drug store where a
child can trade, with as satisfac
tory results as the head of the
family. These things make It a
safe place to trade. You can't be
too careful in your selectlop of a
drug store to trade at. We will
try to make onr store a reliable
drug Btore, One visit would show
you Jf our claim is without foun
dation. We Want Yoar Trade
F. W. Schmidt
The Reliable Draggists
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
An opportunity to provide (or summer dresses, school
dresses and wrappers. This line of goods is just
worth double the price. Buying in large qurntitics
enables us to sell them at
Come early and
get a good selec
tion. 10 yds to
5c a Yard
Boo display In
our window. It
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots
Did You Know
We Sell These Items?
Marriage Certificates t5cto
Cops and Saucers A fine
line for gifts ....J5 to 99c
Baby Carriages and Go-carts
$4.45 to $21.95
Hammocks largest line in
Pendleton, 69c to $3.95
We prints you 100 nice call
ing cards for 49c
78 patterns to select from
Plain and decorated, 5 to 22c
Fall Line of Baseball Goods
Balls, Gloves, Mitts, at
Is looked forward to with
ploasuro by those who
dine at the St. George
Restaurant, because the
food is right, tho cooking
right, the borvico right
and tho prices right.
Best 25 Cent Meal
in the City at the
B. F. BECK
Sheet Iron and Copper
Work... Special Attention
to Job Work.... Roofing
and Guttering.. .All Work
Guaranteed. : : : :
Shop: Cottonwood Street, Opposite
St. Joe Store, Near Court St.
We Are Particular
About tho manner in which our stock is
kept. Cleanliness is followed strictly, so
that everything that comes from our store
will please you and will prove appetizing,
Baskets and Brooms
Our line of baskets contains everything
you may need clothes baskets, lunch bas
kets, market baskots, wood baskets, etc.
Brooms that sweep clean and stand tho
wear; do not get out of Bhape or lose straws.
Superior Clean Goods at Reasonable Prices, with
Prompt Delivery Are Oar Winners.
Morlifi's Fflfliiiy Grocery S Boke
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
HOW DO YOU
expect people to know what
you have to sell If you don't
The new store can never be A nCDTICC0
known unless It advertises r lJ r C if I IOC I