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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1902)
Now is the time to take
advantage of tlie great
Dinner Ware Gifts
which cost you absolutely nothing
With every TEN CENT PURCHASE we give a diamond
or gold stamp, and when you have FIFTY stamps we redeem
them with a piece of beautiful decorated porcelain china
ffare. SEE DISPLAY IN DRY GOODS WINDOW.
Cleaver Bros. Dry
THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 102
J. A. Howard, farm loans.
Van Orsdall & Ross for pure artl-
A nne iree mncn irom v a. m, uu
ar first-class cab, day or night,
phone Main 7Q.
Columbus buggies $150, at Uma-
s mn Piripnr nmnanv.
T"" 1 t 1. I ! I
ucci I-1 1 ill uiai. o.
Schlitz beer on draught and fine
Button's ice cream is the best
Palace lunch counter, on Court
U W b. a X1U IV II IHI . IT V -" I VI 1 1 I 1 1 1' III
Money to loan at lowest rates on
a, East Oregonian building.
Free picnic every Sunday at Kine'8
V M I MrA 1 1 1 " 1 II tr I I II U MI . t frttr
1 1 v 1 1 1 1 v rv I r it in Mil e nrf ri rkttti
Wlthee, 305 Court St, agent for Dd-
Drop heads from $27.50 to ?C5 on ln
tallments. Everything guaranteed.
All klndB of real estate for sale.
Homes on easy payments, will fur
nish part of purchase money.
Rihorn & Cook, .room 10, Taylor
Buyers at Hunzlker's never regret
How many times have you bought
Jewelry and afterward charged the
dljappolntment to Experience T
nolle Experience may be a good
teacher. It's apt to prove expensive.
Irs lots cheaper In the end to buy ol
a reliable dealer.
Does not mean price necessarily.
have good Jewelry In Rolled
Hate. Gold Filled and Solid Gold
a variety of grades, but always good.
Jeweler and Optician
Next Door to B. Alexander
THE REAL THING
When we wy fruit flavors we mean the real fruit, and we prom
ise you the beat satisfaction from the beverage you buy here.
Plenty of good for those who want the healthful, pleasing drinks.
You Nine fkc Flivor We Furnish the Soda
and it's going to be the best soda you ever tasted. Five cents
Pya for a good big glass of Jt. We suggest " Uma Soda."
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
65 Step bom Mafct St. Toward tie Court Howl
Straw hats at Teutsch's.
Lunches at Phillips' restaurant
Latest style shirts at Teutsch's.
Gilt Edge lunch counter, Court St.
Eggs, 15c per dozen, at Hawley
Rooms by the day, week or month
All kinds of imported goods for cold
lunches at Gratz's.
Summer underwear, 50 cents a
suit, at Teutsch's.
Save your gold stamps and get a
dinner set at Teutsch's.
Columbus buggies, ?15p, " at Urn
tilla Implement Company.
We make candy of all kinds. Nona
better anywhere. The Delta.
For ReU lurnlshed rr-'jins for
housekeeping 304 Garden street.
Was that glass of lemonade made
cool by artiticial Ice? Ask for it.
For first-class messenger service
day or night, call 'phone black 136.
Order your sweet cream of Dutton.
Plenty on hand. Delivered anywhere.
Order Dutton's ice cream for your
table. It will be delivered prompt
Schlitz beer on draught and fine
lunches in basement of Golden Rule
Schlitz beer on draught and fine
lunches in basement of Golden Rule
Another Invoice of' Heinz's apple
butter, something very fine, at Haw
We manufacture our ice cream and
you win find it different from others
Fancy line of plain and mustard
sardines; full line of lunch goods.
For Sale A good gentle buggy
horse. Safe for lady or child to drive.
J. M. Leezer.
Telephone black 403. Ice cream oi
sweet cream delivered to any part of
the city. The Delta.
The Delta is In a two-story building
and Is always cool and comfortable
Seats for forty people.
We give free tickets on the bicycle
with every dollar's purchase. Martin's
Family Grocery and Bakery.
The W. C. T. D. will meet at the
home of Mrs. A. M. Raley, on Court
street, Friday at 2:30 p. m.
Free picnic eyery Sunday at Klne's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o clock.
Music by Kirkmaa's orchestra.
To close out my entire Btock of
sprinj and summer millinery, I will
offer great -reductions. Mrs. Camp
Fruit jars will be very high this
year, as the price has advanced. We
bought before the advance and will
give our customers the advantage of
our saving. The Standard grocery.
Good mountain potatoes nt St. Joo
Store, per sack, $1.75.
All styles crepo paper, fancy sta
tionery, purses, reward cards, Noll's
Free picnic every Sunday at Kino's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Klrkman's orchestra.
The Current Literature Club will
meet at the home of Mrs. R. Alexan
der tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Francis Murray leaves tomorrow
morning for Athena to open a branch
shop thero for Platzoedcr & Mlngor,
the Pendleton butchers.
Wesley Wisdom, the man who put
Wisdom's Robortlno on the market
eighteen years ago, is critically 111
In Portland and Is not expected to
Governor Whltaker, the first gov
ernor of Oregon, Is still living nt
Eugene. Ho and ex-Governor Moody
are the only living ex-governors of
the state. To them "ago Is like n
lusty winter, frosty but kindly."
A largo number ot frlenrts of the
St. Agnes Guild assembled during
last evening and partook of the dell
clous Ice .cream and cake prepared
by the ladles of the culld and snread
on the lawn at the parish house.
Any person desiring to rent a first
class lodging house, to be built to
order, work to commence as soon as
lease or contract Is signed, should
address Postofllce Box 355, Pendle
ton, Oregon. In the event the right
party would prefer a hotel and could
give satisfactory assurances as to the
rent, one would bo built to meet his
needs. The location is an excellent
one. either for a lodclnc house or
hotel, being In the central part of the
town within a block of the O. R. &
ANOTHER WOOL SALE.
Oregon Growers Association Holds
Its Second Sale Here Next Week.
On Monday and Tuesday next, June
16 and 17, the Oregon Wool Buyer's
association will hold Its second two
days sale In this city, at which time
the balance of the wool clip pf Uma
tilla county is expected to be dispos
'ine association has recently .com
pleted a two day sale In Heppner.
where the Morrow county members
gathered their clips. There were 13
buyers present, all representing
large firms, mostly eastern. The
prevailing prices, according to qual
ity, were, from lO1 to 12V cents, the
majority of purchases averaging
from 11 to 12. The highest record
ed prices were 13 A cents paid for
the Penland and Ayers & Woodward
The two days sale in Heppner re
suited In over 400,000 pounds of wool
changing hands. The monster Pen
land clip of 175,000 pounds was the
most Important sale, and there were
a number ranging In amount from
30,000 to 50,000 pounds. The Ayers
& Woodward clip was 35,000, and
the Nunamaker clip 35,000. Tom
Quaid thls'year had 20,000.
The buyers mado a number of pur
chases from men not connected with
the association who were able to take
advantage of the dates. These pri
vate sales aggregated about 200,000
pounds. Sales will bo held in Hepp
ner June 25 and 26.
CANNERY FOR WALLA WALLA.
Proposed to Establish a Big Preserv
Ing Plant in That City.
Walla Walla June 12 According to
a letter read before the Commercial
club on Tuesday, Walla Walla will
have a big fruit cannery by this time
next year, the reason given for not
erecting the cannery this summer
being the lateness of tho season.
W. K. Allen is the man who pro
poses to establish tho canning plant
here, and as he already owns a large
fruit drying establishment hero and
Is connected with several fruit pre
serving concerns In different parts of
Oregon, Idaho and Washington, there
seems every reason to believe that
his proposition will materialize as ho
has it at present mapped out. Mr.
Allen stated in his letter that owing
to the lateness of the season it would
be impossible to make arrangements
for handling the ripe fruit this year.
The case of Joseph Dupuls vs. W.
S. Byers, which has been in tho cir
cuit court since noon Tuesday, came
to an end this morning when the Jury
returned a verdict giving plaintiff
$500 damages. Mr. Dupuls brought
action against Mr. Byers because of
the latter's mill race having been dug
through his yard and damaging his
property. The case went to the Jury
at tho close of court Wednesday
night and the verdict was turned Jn
at the opening of the session this
morning. The case of J, M. Walker
vs. the Northwestern Warehouse Co.
is now before the court. This is to
recover the value of wheat stored in
the Athena Flouring Mill warehouse.
which complaint alleges was pur
chased by defendant without the con
sent of plaintiff and when the mill
company went Insolvent Mr. Walker
was not able to recover his money
President Palma has timed the bill
fixing the ''salaries of the members
of the Cuban house and senate at
$3000 a year.
CHRIS SIMPSON'S WAGER.
He Is to Race Alta Norto Against
Mack Gose for a Purso of $2000.
There Is a great deal of rivalry be
tween tho different horsemen who
aro working their speedy ones out nt
tho Irvlngton track, and many a little
mntch race comes off with a money
consideration attached, says tho
It remained for Chris Simpson and
W. H. Peterson to create tho sensa
tion of tho season Tuesday. They
had a llttlo brush which culminated
In tho two owners getting together
In a serious little talk over tho mor
Its of their favorites. Simpson was
praising up Alta Norto, 2:16d, when
"Why, I can get up behind Max
Goso, attach a rope to your nag and
choke It to death."
This riled Simpson, and as both
men have money to spare and aro
not timid about backing their Judg
ment, n crowd of Interested ones soon
gathered to witness what thoy know
would bo Interesting. One word led
to another until finally a match raco
for $1000 a side, two .mile heats, boBt
three In five, was suggested.
Both horsomn snapped up tho prop
osition. Men working out horses aro
not supposed to have $1000 cash In
their old clothes, but each dug up
$20, which was deposited In tho hands
of "Doc" McLano to bind tho mntch.
Then articles of agreemont were
drawn up, signed and doposltod with
tho stnke-holder. Tho romnlnlng $980
Is to bo put up today.
Max Goso Is a pacing stnlllon with
out a mark, but for a green hbrso has
shown wonderful endurnnco, and Pe
terson thinks ho has a cinch on tho
On tho other hand, -Simpson Is
equally confident, and Is very nnx-
lous to see tho match go through.
Tho date cf tho raco will bo fixed at
once unless ono of tho owners finds
something wrong with his pacer and
forfeits his $20. Mack Goso over
reached himself n llttlo In his work
out yesterday, and Peterson gavo or
ders to have him roshod. Simpson
says that Alta Norto Is working right
down to racing trim, and ho Is wil
ling to start at a moment's notice.
Virulent Cancer Cured.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance In medicine Is given by drug
gist G. W. Roberts, of lOHzabeth, W,
Va. An old man there had long Buff
ored with what good doctors pro
nounced Incurablo cancer. Thoy bo
lieved the case hopeless till he used
Electric Bitters and applied Buck
len's Arnica Salvo, whiih trentment
completely cured him. Whon Kloc
trie Bitters are used to expel bilious,
kidney nnd microbe poitons nt the
same time this salvo exerts Its match
less healing power, blood diseases,
skin eruptions, ulcers and sores van
ish. Bitters 60c, Salvo, UU, at Tall
man & Co.'s.
Mrs. Martha J. Cayton was examin
ed this morning by Dr. D. J. McFaul
on tho charge of being insane and a
fit subject for tho asylum, but after a
careful examination tho doctor pro
nounced that she was not Insane and
Judge G. A. Ilartman ordered that
she bo discharged. Mrs. Cayton was
born In Ohio and has not been In
Pendleton very long. Sho Is a widow
and 70 years of ago, and while her
mind Is undoubtedly affoctoJ, she Is
not entirely unbalanced and Ib capa
ble of caring for herself. Sho has
been in tho asylum.
Incandescent olectrlc Jlgl ts give
out much mon heat than , common
ly supposed. Only 6 per tout of the
energy of tho current la turned Intc
light, the remaining 94 per cent bo
ing given off in heat.
Now Is the Time
to consider their
A fine line to select
$2.50 to $3.50
The prices that please and
the qualities that wear
It Pays to Trade at
Hot Weather Clothes
Just as well be comfortable when you can
without neglecting your appearance
BLUE SERGE COATS
single and double breasted tho skeleton kind without lining
LIGHT COLORED TROUSERS
They aro just the thing to go with your dark coats
Coats and Pants
Light colored, in plaids and stripes; dark onos
with small ohalk Btrlpos: slzos 33 to 44
$5.00 $6.00 $7.50 $10.00 $12.00
No Garmont Allowed to Loavo the Store
Unless It Fits
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A SALE OF
Another large shipment of Toi
let Soap just received, and regard
less of the great advance of tallow
through the country, we are able
to offer you the lowest possible
Turkish Bath, Honey, Pine
Tar, Oatmeal, Glycerine, Lily
Bouquet, Etc., at 5c bar,
We have other Soaps from 2c a
bar up, including Sulphur, Car
bolic, Rose and Violet Olycerine
boaps at 9c a bar.
Here are a few items that wo
are just unpacking:
Boys' Iron Wagons
Croquet sets, $1.24 set up to
Velocipedes, S1.90 to $2.65.
Dish mops, 9c, mouse traps, 5c.
Fireworks and Flags.
Hnmmocks from 74c to $3.95.
Now is the time to put up strawberries for your
winter supply. Wo have prepared for . your
wants. We can supply you with the finest berries
and vegetables grown at prices that willl please you.
Mason Fruit Jars
We have an abundance of them ; also extra covers
and rubbers. '
See us for your Sugar, Spices, Vinegar and Other
Articles Which You Need Daring tnc
the Peoples Warehouse
We arc prepared to do your work
and ask you to call on us.
Charges will be right.
TEKEPAONE RED 61
The Old Dutch Henry
Kit Hays ft Connerley
The Plumber and
For First Class Work at
Shop: Cottonwood Street, Opposltt
St. Joe Store, Near Court St.
Laxative BromoQiilalan r;
nmiif mum whi nm. M f mm-