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FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1902.
Continuing nit thn wfV- I
we avHJ sell our fancy silks at
his wii i-M-s. imoito lor
Saturday, June 7th.
Fancy trimming silks
$1.00 -values, j'd ... 69c
Fancy shirt waist silks 69c
Fancy Shantung silk,
waist patterns $3 25
Wash silks, waist pat
terns 1 69
Watch Friday's issue of this
paper for our special for Sat
urday, June 14th.
The Place to Save Money
There's Consolation In Knowing
that -yon can get your cnrrlag repaired in a
thorouehlr efficient and durable manner at
KmiI Tirf Tliir sfcUl in Tpnpnrin nil I
Broken parts, painting ana varnumng is 100
weU known toneed special mention, while their '
pnt'CB are remarsaDjy numerate ior sue pains
taking care displayed In all their work.
See Us About Gasoline Engines
Water St, near Main, Pendleton, Or
E CIGARS, the best brands
i TOBACCO finest for
E smoking and chewing
PIPES to suit all. a
I G. NEUMAN I
For Mountain Travel
We have opened a livery stable at
Teal Springs where the public will
find good turnouts.
We make a specialty of conveying
people to ana irom ieai Springs.
Tie Depot Stable,
Barney Sherry and Elvin Craig,
are the new styles in Wall
paper shown by us. To
fully appreciate their
beauty our new patterns
should be seen. We save
you money on your wall
paper and have an exper
ienced force of workmen
to do your paper hang
ing and painting.
C. C. SHARP
Opera Qouae Block
feMUetoi Dkiak Stage Uie
Hmm imu at Car y,
Leave Feadletoa erery day at
'cteck except Sunday, for Pilot Sock,
jfye, judge. Alba and Ufelafi. Good
eoommodatlons, reasonable freight
sad passenger rates. ,
City office at Taliman Co.' drug
FOR FREE DELIVERY
MADE FOR MAIL DISTRIBUTION
Carriers' Room Being Partitioned Off
and Arrangements Made for Handl
ing the Mail Another Delivery
Window to Go In.
Some changes are being made In
Le nsementS at the local post-
nfflAA v-.Mnnn tft ThA OCT H tilt On.
went of the freo delivery, w
.-hich is to
begin the first ot July ir nothing
transpires to delay the operations
A room is being partltione doff in
. which thp carriers will snrf nml rntitfi
1 When the mail comes in the rogu
i lar postoflice employes will sort it as
usual, that going to the" carriers route
being thrown to them, while the other
will go to the boxes as before. The
carriers will sort their part and route
it before leaving the postoflice and
when they start out they -will have
, the mail they have to deliver right
j where they lmow where to find It for
A new delivery window is being put
in the postoflice. This is for the ac
commodation of those who retain
their boxes. One delivery window has
been found not to be enough ior hol
idays and Sundays when the -windows
are only open for a short time and
the second is being made so that peo
ilo will not have to wait on one de
Some Are Jubilant
Some of the residents of Pendleton
are jubilant over the prospect of free
delivery, while others do not care for
it. The residence portion will per
haps, get more benefit from the free
delivery than any other portion of the
town. It is believed that most of the
business people will retain their
boxes at the office instead of having
their mail brought to them by the
carriers. This is because a man who
is near the office can get the mail
from his box as it is being distributed!
and not have to wait for the carriers
This will give him his mail earlier.
as it -will necessarily take a- little
time for the carriers to sort the mall
ana gei siarxea on weir rounus.
It is also thought a great many
people in the suburbs will prefer to
keep their boxes, as many like to
have something to call them down
town, so they can see what is going
on. A great many who do not live
near the postoflice will undoubtedly
surrender their boxes.
This will give more room at the
office and country people who have
Telephone Main 105.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
VAN ORSDEL & ROSS
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., opp. Court-Hoaae.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
Per AIIKiaAi ef BviMtef Material,
Aa4 Dm'I Feryet Our Weed flattens
been trying to got postoffice boxes for
many moons and could not, as the
supply did not nearly come up to the
demand, can now be supplied and the
receipts of the postofHce from boxes
will hardly be lessened, as Assistant
Postmaster Bateson thinks that ail
the resigned boxes will be snapped
up by the country people.
Drop Letters Two Cents.
It should be remembered by all
who send letters that letters dropped!
into the mail boxes along the routes,!
addressed to anyone in the city, will '
have to carry a two-cent stamp the'
same ns though it was going out of
the city. A letter Cropped In the;
postoflice addressed to pan.lna la the!
oltv will reach its destination with
only a one-cent stamp on it. but under
the postoflice regulations, if it is
mailed in a box on the free delivery
route, it must have two cents post
age. EUROPE FEELS KINDLY.
Attitude Toward the Big Fair is
Very Kindly. 1
World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis,
June 11 Writing from Paris. Walter
Williams, World's Fair representa
tive abroad, says: "I have visited
a number of the large journals and
interviewed the chief editors regard
ing the proposed world's parliament
ot editors at St Louis. There was
the most general interest expressed
and a unanimous desire to attend.,
All agreed to publish articles con
cerning the parliament and incident-'
ally the exposition and to do so now
and hereafter free, which, I am in-!
formed is almost unparalleled in
Parisian journalism. I
"There is the kindest feeling to-1
ward America just now and the ex
position will reap the benefit there 1
from. One hears on all sides most
cordial expressions of admiration
and good will. France will unques
tionably make at St. Louis the larg i
est, finest and most attractive exhib-
it ever made by any European coun-'
try at a foreign exposition. The!
press is aiding the government tc !
bring this about I
"There is a general approval here'
f the postponement until 190 ,
Many exhibitors so the editors tell
me say that, while they would have I
ueen represented in iyu3, tney can
do double as well the following year
They are especially pleased that the
postponement should be on account
of the consideration shown to for
eign exhibitors and foreign
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Railway Surveys in Eastern Multno
mah Cause Conjecture.
Considerable speculation is being
indulged in throughout the eastern!
part of Multnomah county regarding!
the numerous railroad surveys which I
are being made there, everyone de
siring to know what company is doing
the work and what the intentions of
the road are.
There is a well -defined rumor to the
effect that the road will not be an
electric line, but a standard gauge
railway. The grade stakes would in
One thing which gives color to this
opinion is the fact that one of the
tie mills near there has received an
order for 20 carloads of ties to be
shipped to Oregon, and they are now
being loaded on the cars at Trout
dale, consigned to the C. B. & Q.
road. They are all made with bev
eled ends and bring an extra price.
More orders of the same kind are ex
The line at this place runs on the
opposite side of Johnson creek, but
crosses the stream above town and
continues off to the southeast. The
survey has now reached the vicinity
of Stone's mill and right of way is
being secured as fast as the line is
located. Whoever is building it, or
wherever its destination, it will bo a
great advantage to this section, al
though the people would rather
see an electric line than a steam
Will Hold a Reunion at Portland on
The announcement has been sent
out from Portland hat the grand en
campment of the Indian war veterans
will be held there, beginning at 9:30
o'clock on the morning of the 17th
instant Extensive preparations are
being ma'e for the reception of all
the old veterans and their families at
this encampment and a large attend
ance from "all over the Coast is .ex
pected. Everything possible will be
done toward making this event one
long to be remembered by the Bcarred
veterans who marched into the West
in tho early day and risked their
lives in hewing out the civilization
that the younger generations are en
Joying today. An 'interesting pro
gram is being prepared and all who
attend are assured an enlovahlA timn
at the hands of the citizens of Port
land. It will also be Interesting for
the old pioneer iriends to meet again
and "swap" -reminiscences of the
times when the Redskins had to be
fought back by the afivance of civili
zation and many nrecions llvon nt
loved ones were sacrificed in settling
up tne racinc coast. The program
will be announced later. I
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Are the Meals
Served at the
Large, comfortable dining
room and good service
Best 25c Meal in Pendletor
The French Restaurant
GUS LA FONTAINE, Prop.
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB 8TS
The Pioneers of
A Strictly Up tc ite inmranoa
PENDLETON - OREGON
I Well KaUbllahcd
in BevMi 8Ute.
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The celebrated "Bingham Springs,"
1 oca tad in the Blue Mountains on
the Umatilla River, complete, with
furniture, fixtures, stages and stock.
Absolute control of five miles of best
trout fishing stream in Oregon. Will
sell 80 acre tract including hotel
grounds with water privileges, or 96b
acres, as desired; making fine stock
farm, controlling big range. Or will
lease. Call on or address :
Frank B. Clopton
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
A. C. SHAW & CO.
Being one of the largest mas
ufacturing plants on P-uget
sound are able to sell you
lumber cheaper thaa anyone
else. New lumber coming in
every day4 They also make
all kinds of boxes, including
Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry,
and Plumb and berry crates,
and are prepared to aakyott
prices either in small lots ir
BY THE CAR LOAD
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