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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1902)
Onr largo and magnificent stock of Men's Furnishing
Goods has been strengthened and made moro attractive
by the addition of a
New Line of Neckwear
Men's Fine Fancy Hose - - - 25c
$15 00Alen's New Suits, price-S9.R0
$10,00Men s Fine Worsted u'ts !
Safe Fries?, S6.50 !
REDUCTIONS ON lloeEen's Shoes andPante
Alexander Dept. Store
i4Hl M' l ! HMI'MMIMIMIM
Lamp Mantles Guaranteed for 45 Days
Peerless Flexo Mantles
NEW THEtfG JUST OUT
BEST IN THE WORLD
These mantles are new productions and give 90 and
100 caqdle power respectively for the single and triple
weaves. They are made in two grades. Price" 30 and
40 cents each.
The John Barrett Company
New Stores : Cor. Sixth and Alder Streets
EXCURSION TO GRAIN FIELDS
RAILROAD GIVES FREE RIDE
BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS
Joseph McCabe, Manager of Wash
ington & Columbia, In Charge Har
vest on Eureka Flat Will Be From
Two to Three Weeks Late.
"Walla Walla, Juno 16. About 45
business men and farmers attended
tho excursion given yesterday by the
Washington & Columbia River Rail
way Company to tho grain fields of
Eureka flat. A special train left this
city about 8:30 in the morning and
returned in tho evening, tho excur
sionists having a pleasant day. While
most of thccrowd went from this olty
throve were several from Dayton, J
Waitsburg and Dixie, and points;
along the lino of tho road. After tho,
train loft this city a number of farm
ers were taken aboard to -accompany
the party to the end of tho line a few
miles from Snake river, Pleasant
View being the end of the road. .j
Tho excursion was in charge or Jo
seph McCabe, manager of tho com
pany, and it was in every way a suc
cess. This is tho third annual event
of tho sort, and was by far the most
freely patronized and the most cue-:
ccssful. No charge was made either
for tickets or refreshmnts, and every
opportunity was given to Inspect tho
great wheat fields which for nearly 30
miles spread out on either side of tho
While tho season is somewhat late,
tho crop prospects aro exceptionally
fine, and everywhere farmers feel en
couraged at tho prospects for an
abundant yield. Grain is beginning
to head out and is waist high in most
places. Harvest will bo two or thrco
weeks late, but at this timo it gives
promise of being up to tho usual
standard of perfection and yield.
LOST HIS SONS-IN-LAW.
A BAD RUNAWAY.
HO COURT STREET
Both of Them Killed While in the
Employ of the State.
Dayton, Wash., Juno 1G. riy a pe
culiar coincidence, A. II. Uootlio, of
this city, has boon robbed of two sons
in law, tho men being killed whllo
guarding criminals. S. R. T. Jones,
tho guard at tho Oregon ponitentlary,
who was killed a week ago at tho tlme
Tracy and Merrill escaped, was a son-in-law
of Mr. and Mrs. Bootho, and
had lived in Orotron a few years. Mr.
Jones -was nearly 50 years of ago and
nrts shot dead while standing on
guard duty oh tho wall at tho peni
tentiary. K. J. Hubbard, another son-in-law,
of Mr. Boothe, was killed In
Douglas coutny, Wash., in 1SDG, whilo
conveying a prisoner to Spokane. A
son of the prisoner appeared and shot
Hubbard to death. Upon ndvlco
from Missouri. Hubbard had arrested
fno man and he was being taken to
Spokane, where ho was to bo mot by
an officer to take him back for trial.
Court at Walla Walla.
Walla Walla. June 1C. This morn
ing a jury appeared in the superior
court for tho regular June session,
and the trial of criminal causes. Fif
teen men wero in tho prinol. Two
criminal cases will likely be tried this 1
week. A. W. Strickland is charged1
with attempted assault upon a little
girl, and T. P. Sullivan must answer l
to a charge of "planting opium" with-'
in the walls of tho state penitentiary ;
Strickland comes from Waitsburg, in'
this county, and Sullivan was arrest-1
ed at Baker City, Or., having left
here after .snowing tho charge was toj
be lodged against him. 1
Four Horses Ran From ByerV Mill
to Main Street .
A four-horso team belonging to
George Ness, a farmor living near
Pcnoleton, led a lively chase with a
water tank In the streets of Pendlo
ton, Saturday ovoniug. Tho team
started at Dyers' mill and ran down
Mill street to Webb, whoro thoy
turned west. Thoy camo down Webb
at a lively clip until they reached
Thero thoy turned and wero in tho
net of running full tilt Into tho W.
& C. R. ticket ofllco but swerved
just in time to miss tho door. Ono of
tho lead horses struck tho Iron rail-J
mg :n rroni 01 1110 stairway leaning
to tho basement and cut a frightful
gash under tho loft log, whilo tho
wagon hung up on a tolophono post
In front of tho ticket offlco door. Th
injured horse was taken to Froome'tf
livery stables, whoro Dr. Chrlstio sew
ed up tho wound. Llttlo othor dam
ago wne done to tho team or wagon.
No ono was on tho wagon when the
team started and this should bo A
warning to people who aro bo. care
less as to leave their teams standing
in tho Btrccts without being tied. The
practlco cndnngcrB life, bosido entail
ing loss of property.
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TO SAVE MONEY IN GROCERIES
EVERYTHING MUST GO AT THE GREAT
CLOSING OUT SALE!
AT D. KEMLER'S
STUDY THESE PRICES:
1:65 to $ 25
Kemler's best 2-gal jackets cut fr'm $1.15 to
Jiemler s best 3-gal
Kemler's best 4-gal "
Ohoc'late Cream 2-gal "
Ohoc'late Cream 3-gal "
Ohoc'late Cream 4-gal "
Tomatoes, corn, beans, peas, regular price
2 for 25c. per can
Standard table fruits, 7 cans for
Salmon, 4 cans for
Hams and Bacon, per pound
Oatmeal, per pound
Rope, per pound, from 8
Schilling's baking powder, per pound
Schilling's Typical blend coffee,- per pound
Cane sugar, per sack ,
Beet sugar, per sack ;
Potatoes, per hundred . ;
Best cream cheese, per pound.."
Si'k soap, 6 bars for ,
Monopole fruit,high grade,cut f m 25c can to
Everything else in Oar Grocery Cat Accordingly. Cash Only Goes at
to i 2c
Golden Star soap, 6 bars for 25c
Dairy salt, 50 pound sacks, per sack 90c
Flour, per sack 75c
Dairy butter, per roll., ..!r.,:.'. 25c
Creamery butter, per roll 50c
Macaroni, 1-pound package tOc
All kinds of lye, per can... iOc
Sea Foam, large packages, 0 for 25c
All kinds of axle grease, per can 5c and JOc
Arbacfcle's and Lion Coffee 0 pcfcgs $' 00
Mason. Fruit Jars, Qts. 75c, Half-gals 90c Do
No Credit Given Anyone.
All parties knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call and settle in cash
or hy bankable paper before Jly t All unsettled accotmts July t will be pot in the hands of
my attorney for collection.
Closing Oat Sale