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Are Coming in Daily
WE ARE receiving all the fancy and staple
articles of the market, and have the brightest,
freshest and newest stock in Pendleton.
Dependable Goods and Reasonable Prices
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
Whltaker, the dentist.
See Lee Teutech for hats.
James A. Howard, farm loans.
Money saved at the Standard.
Furnished rooms, 309 W. Court St.
Schlitz's Milwaukee beer oe
draught at the Maze.
Columbus buggies, $160, at Uma
lilla Implement Company.
Always a pleasure to eat Dutton's
Ice cream. It's pure and wholesome.
Scorching weather Is made enjoy'
feble by cooling off with Dutton's Ice
All styles crepe paper, fancy Bta
tionery, hammocks, bicycles and tops
Fall In line and do your trading at
ie strictly cash grocery, which Is the
on't fall to read the fine, laree ad
jertisement of the St. Joe Store In
Beginning Monday. Mrs. Camnhell
Hll close out 100 trimmed summer
us at reduced prices.
Silverware, ornamented wli mi a
Wmmings, free with bakine nnwdi.
Ll II. . . a "
wdrun-s D'amiiy Grocery and Bak-
A11 kinds of real estate for sale.
ttomes on eaBy payments, will fur-
u part or purchase money,
unorn & Cook, room 10. Taylor
I have 3 Sets of Haviland
China Plates left which I
will close out at a sacrifice.
Tfe $7 Set for $5.25
The 7.50 Set for $5.50
The 9.00 Set for $7.00
fcweler and. Optician
Castle's for flBh.
Fresh fish dally at Castle's.
Uma Soda, 5 cents; Koeppen's.
Boiled hams, ready for the table, at
For first-class cab, day or night,
call 'phone Main 70.
Columbus buggies $150, at Uma
tilla Implement Company.
Nice, fresh, white comb honey, also
early cabbage plants, at Hawley Bros-
Dutton's Ice cream and soda water
are delicious. You never tire of
For Rent Suite of light house
keeping rooms. Inquire of Martin
Our crawfish are as fine as if just
caught. Come in and try them.
There are 18 cases of small-pox in
the pest house in Portland. Several
cases are very severe.
The city dads held no meeting last
night. No important business to
transact was the cause.
Walla Walla Health Food, nut but
ter and Granos biscuits at Martin's
Family Grocery and Bakery.
W. R. Forrester, aged 83 years, a
pioneer of Eastern Oregon, died at
Sumpter Monday night, after a long
After three days of cloudy, rainy
and disagreeable weather it has again
cleared off and a few days of good
weather is looked for.
Ten cars of wheat were loaded
along the W. & C. R. line between
here and the state line Wednesday,
which is to be shipped to Leroy, N
Y. It is being shipped by the Bal
A contest to decide the most pop
ular lady in Pendleton, has been ar
ranged at trie Merry-go-round, anu
persons are entitled to one vote for
each ticket purchased. The prize ia
a beautiful gold watch, 20-year Du
ber case, purchased of W. B. Garri
son, and. 1b on exhibition in his show
E. S. Payne, cartoonist and artist
Is at work for the East Oregonian
his work appearing in this paper's
columns. Mr. Payne is prepared tc
make sketches and cuts for adver
Users and others at reasonable
prices. Estimates will be furnished
without cost. Orders can be left
at the East Oregonian office.
IN UMATILLA COUNTY.
Addresses Audiences at Milton, Wcs-
ton .Athena and Pendleton All One
Day Basket Picnic at Milton.
Tomorrow evening Hon. George E.
Chamberlain, democratic candidate
for governor, will address tho people
of Pendleton at Frazer's opera houso
on the political issues of the day,
from a democratic standpoint. Mr.
Chamberlain will pass through In the
morning going to the east end of
the county, where he will deliver
three addresses before coming here
in tho evening..
He will speak first at Milton, at 11
a. m., where he will be accompanied
by the county candidates. A picnic
will be given in Nichols' crovo. A
brass band will furnish music and
many farmers are expected to drive
in from the country, brlnclnir tholr
lunch and havo a regular basket din
ner. Quite a number of tho leading
democrats, in addition to the candi
dates, will attend this meeting.
From Milton they will go to Wes
ton, arriving there at 1:30, where Mr
Chamberlain will again talk to tho
people. The O. R. & N. mixed train
will leave there for Athena, where
they will be left until the 4:40 pas
senger comes through, which will
bring them to Pendleton, where Mr.
Chamberlain . will make the fourth
speech for the day.
Will Stay to Vote.
Fred Shoemaker, who represents
the Washington Life Insurance Com
pany, who has been Btationed at Thu
Dalles for the past several months,
is in town shaking hands with his
many friends. Fred is going to rer
main in Pendleton until after the
election so he can vote for Furnish,
he says, and then he goes to Spokane.
where he will make his headquarters
for the future.
i Imi Soda U certainly the most delicious S
( cent drink ever served In Pendleton. Borne
( b you llke' ftnd ,onje'y don't; but Uma
I Soda U a favorjto with evtrybody. Bold only
wcjin a wrug store, which is 65 etepa Irom
u Bireer toward the Court Houw.
Money Appropriated Will Be Ustd to
Start Work on the Project
At a conference on the Oregon ap
propriation of the rivers and harbors
bill It nis Ixjgii cecideJ hi life the
sum of $340,000 to commence work on
the Dalles-Celilo canal. While the
senate amendment is not to be re
tained in its first form, the work is
authorized to be begun upon the last
plan of Captain Harts, and it will not
have to go back to another board of
engineers before work is commenced.
According to the agreement reach
ed today, the $224,000 remaining
from the former appropriation for
the boat railway and $100,000 addi
tional will be authorized for expendi
ture upon the canal and locks. The
principal point gained today is that
work will be commenced immediately
upon the passage of the river and har
bor bill, and that when it is once
commenced sufficient appropriations
will be made to continue and com
It Is understood that the agreement
reached is permanent, and that there
is no danger of its beine reonened.
There is also further assurance that
an agreement will be reached on
other items in the dispute, and that
an agreement is likely to be reported
which will insure the passage of the
AT THE ADVENTISTS' CAA1P
BUSY TIMES IN THE
TENTED CITY OF GOSPEL
Movement of Sheep.
Livestock Agent Millls, of the O. R.
& N. Company, back from a ten days'
trip to Heppnor and vicinity, says
that there is a heavy movement of
sheep for all points now, but that the
local shipments predominate. There
is a strong demand. The ceneral im
pression Is that the coming fall will
be a good one for feeders. Prices are
beginning to come down to a point
mat win induce buyers to place or
New Officers Being Elected Business
Meeting Held Ten Prominent Bus
iness Men Banqueted by the Ad
Whllo Wednesday was not an Ideal
day for those camped in Byers' grovo
and attending the Adventlst camp
meeting, it was tho best day since
Sunday and tho only rain that foil
was early In tho morning. The servi
ces were conducted ncording to tho
At tho ousiness meeting tho report
of tho committee on credentials and
license was read and tho rest of tho
business meeting was given up to dis
cussing tho Snbbath school work.
Rev. W. F. Martin, of College Plnco,
district chairman, presided.
Again at 4 in the afternoon nnother
business meeting was held and tho
medical missionary work dono In tho
past by tho Adventlsts was discussed
and plans for the futuro looked over.
Tho 21 members of tho constituency
board, which looks aftor tho work
of tho Mount View Sanitarium, nt
Spokane, were present at this meet
ing, seven now men to take the places
of those whoso time has oxpired as
the board of directors for tho Upper
Columbia River Medical Missionary
Benevolent Association were elected.
Tho men elected to replace those
who expired by limit, are: Dr. Yar
noll. Dr. I. A. Dunlap, G. Holbrook, J.
A. Holbrook, of Spokane; Dr. Sim
mons, of Portland; Rev. W. T. Knox,
of California, and Row W. F. Martin,
of College Place.
Tho retiring members woro: Dr. W.
L. Gardner, Dr. I. A. Dunlap, G. Hol
brook, J. A. Holbrook and George Gib
son, of Spokano; Rev. W. F. Martin,
of College Place, and Rev. W .T.
Knox, of California.
The board of trustees for tho Mount
View Sanitarium, at Spokane, was al
so elected as follows: Elder A. J.
Breed, College Place, permanent
chairman; J. W. Posey, of Spoknno.
Secretary and treasurer; G. Holbrook,
Dr. Yarnell, S. A. Anderson and W.
H. Saxby, of Spokane, and Dr. Sim
mons, of Portland, composed the rost
or the board.
Business IVen Dined.
At 1 o clock in the afternoon 10 of
Pendleton's prominent business men
mot at the dining tent on tho camp
ground In response to an invitation to
dine with tho Adventlsts and an rom
was very pleasantly spent In devour
Ing the delicious viands set before
them. Nothing but a vegetable diet
was provided as the use of meats and
grease is discouraged by the Advent
Ists. The menu contained the follow
ing list of eatables:
nut soup, French fried potatoes.
string beans, tomatoes, lentil, roast
bananas, oranges, peaches, sago pud
ding, crackers, light bread, toast, al
mond butter, dairy butter and cereals.
Those who partook of this dinner
from the business men of tho town
were: Leon Cohen, F. E. Judd, Lee
Teutsch, Colonel J. H. Raley, R. Alex
ander, E. P. Dodd, C. H. Carter, F. B.
Clopton, John Hailey, Jr., and E. P.
Marshal. Several others wero invit
ed, but wero unable to attend.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
Fo Thursday and Fticlay I
There is not sin item advertised here that could be sold
cheaper in any part of tho country. These prices
arc for Thursday and Friday only.
Children's hose, 35c, 25c
20c, 15c and 4-c
Ladies' hose, 75c, 50c,
35c, 25c and lie
Children's undcrvests, 25
15c, ioc and 4-C
Ladies' undcrvests, 65c,
5oc, 35c, 25c and .... 4-C
hose, 3 pair for 50c
36-in bleached nuislin, yd 4c
Best calico per yord . . 4c
Outing flannel, per yard 4c
62-inch blenched table
linen, per yard 25c
62-inch half bleached
table linen, per yard 25c
Table napkins, per doz
$5 o, 3.5. fa-00 and GOc
Towels, $1, 75c, 50c, 15c 5c
Toweling, per yard, 20c,
1 6c, 12c and 4-C
Amoskeag gingham, best
made, per yard 5c
Cotton covert, per yd. .I24c
Shirt Waists and Skirts Readyto-Wear Goods
w rails wis
ly reported Dr. Haynes for not
quarantining a caso of chicken pox,
In reality smallpox, In tho family of
C. E. Porter. In lino with tho pro
visions of tho ordlnanco It Is expect
ed a warrant will bo Issued for the
arrest of Dr. Hayes.
Freewaterltes are Huffy.
Word comes from Freowator that
tho citizens of that Uttlo burg aro not
well pleased with tho way thoy havo
boon treated by Mollmann & Rotno,
of electric rond fame. Thoy havo
marked Freowator on tholr map as an
unincorporated town and It Is Bald
that they havo shown a disposition to
discriminate in favor of Milton and
against Freowator In moro ways than
one. Tho rtvnlry betwoon tho two
towns is very bitter and It Is bollov-
od that tho electric railway pooplo
havo lost frlonds by their failuro to
present things as thoy aro.
Radical United Brethren.
A camp meeting of the members of
the Radical United Brethren church
will be held six miles west of Free
water, beginning May 28 and continu
Ing to about June 5, on tho grounds
of William GallaKher. The annual
conference of the church will occur at
the same time. Radical United Breth
ren are fairly strong in that section
and the conference and camp meeting
are expected to draw quite an attend
ance. T. J. Hardwick, of Freewater
has the arrangements in charge.
A Mean Swindler.
Tho meanest swindler heard of Is a
man who has been operating in neigh
boring counties. His game Is a den
tal one. He goes to a house and ex
tracts teeth without cost, provided a
new set 1b to go in. He calls again
in a few days, gets half the price of
tne. plate and falls to appear again
leaving his victim minus teeth and
cash. There is weeping and walling,
um owing 10 tne circumstances, no
gnashing of teeth. There Is, however'
a terrible chewing of gum.
Beer Was Seized.
During the visit of Prince Henry
tno wew xork brewers treated the
crew of the Imperial yacht. The
deck officers managed to save several
kegs to take home to their friends
On the arrival at KIpl this beer was
seized by the German customs house
and the officers forced to pay $67.50
duty. Then tho beer was sold at auc
President: Roosevelt is about to Is-
sue .a proclamation creating addi
tions of several million acres to the
Yellowstone and Teton forest re
serves In Wyoming.
Dr. W. T. Phy, ono of tho leading
physicians of Baker City, was before
Police Judge Bentley Tuesday
charged with having attended a pa
tient suffering with small pox and
tailing to report the same to tho Ba
ker City health officer, Dr. James
Patrick Hayes. A line of $5 was lm
posed. City Attorney Hellner told
Dr. Phy ho would prosocuto all prac
titloners having such cases and not
reporting them. Dr. Phy Immediate
The Plumber and
For First Class Work at
KMW.OYMENT DUHKAU IF YOU AltH
seeding a position, or need Help, rail 00
Shop: Cottonwood Street, Opposite
St. Joe Store, Neur Court St.
New berry 'dishes, cut
glass pattorn, oach 24c
Scissors tho kind that
cut mado especially
for us 45, 60 and 95c
Eastman's Gorman Col
ogno, por bottle..9c and 20c
Cannon's Talcum Pow
der, 25c grade ...... 18c
Fountain pons Water
man, Parkor or John
Holland makes $1 to $2 50
Lato gardon seeds, fresh
Lamps wo show a largo
and roasonablo lino....
20o to $13 45
Men's pursofl, seal, calf
and buckskin 10c to 45c
Flags, Fireworks Croquet
Sets at Lowest Prices
Seven Men Baking
DON'T have your homes heated up unneces
sarily during the, warm months, when you
can get good clean wholesome baking of all kinds
fresh of us by telephoning, sending or calling in
person. We deliver bread, cakes, pies, cookies
and bakery delicacies, as well as groceries.
We have a complete stock of the celebrated
BISHOP & CO.'S
Pure Unadulterated Preserves
Something exceptionally fine. Our coffee is the
height of excellency. Condensed milk and cream,
always ready for use, never becomes sour.
iis ill to! I Bob I
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
T t?L AT TT A W1TG Write the Eat On
SU2t Jdr?ionrimm,re' 220 Court 8t' I alogtfe of them, A full supply always kept to jrtoefc.