Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1902)
TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1902.
Our Special Sale on Men's
and Boys' suits will continue
all week. Special reductions
on all suits sold this week.
Bny your new suit this week
arid save money enough on
it to buy you a nice dress
Where Whole Families Can
Take a Look
at the swell new
that have won the admira
tion of all who have
looked at them. They are
the cream of the beautiful
things of this season's
We will save you money
if you allow us to figure on
C. C. SHARP
Opera House Block
The Pioneers of
the Pacific . j
A Strictly Up to Date Insurance
Affords Absolute Protection and Fays
BEAD OFFICE :
PENDLETON - OREdON
Is Well Established
in Seven States.
m WOOL SHIES
MORE THAN 326,000 POUNDS
CHANGED HANDS MONDAY
Eastern Oregon Wool Growers' As
sociation Sealed Bids Sale Resulted
In Heavy Transfers of Umatilla
On Monday 32(3,000 pounds of wool
changed hands in Pendleton at the
sealed bid sale of the Eastern Ore
gon Woolgrowers association.
j The J. E. Smith clip was the lar&
est lot sold. It consisted of 130,100
pounds and brought 12 cents. Dan
Dewey was the buyer,
j The next largest lot was purchased
1 by E. Y. Judd and consited of the
Chapman, Nelson Guillifrod Bros
and Mathows clips. The Chapman
lot of 3S sacks sold for 11 cenbs;
Nelson clip, 37 sacks, 11 Yi cento;
Guiliford Bros., Ill stacs, 11 cents,
Mathows clip, 33 sackB, 12 y8 cents
E. W. Brlgham purchased the Ed
wards, Salisbury, Smith & Gibson
clips. The Edwards clip consisted
of CI sacks and sold for 12 cent3;
the Salisbury lot of 30 sacks, sold
for 11 cents; the Smith & Gibson
clips of 38 sacks sold for 11 cents.
Chas. Green bought the Bust, Cald
well, Stanton Bros. & "Walton clips
The Rust clip consisted of 30 sacks
sold .for 11 cents; the Caldwell
Bros, of 18 sacks sold for 11 cents;
Stanton Bros & Walton clips of 5i
sacks said for 10 cents.
The Cooiier and Wyatt clip, consist
ing of 67 sacks, were sold to Mr
Cotter and brought 11 cents.
Several growers refused to accept
the prices offered at sealed bids,
thinking they could do better by
holding or selling at private sale
Ti.non wnm tlin rinmnhell clin of 250
sacks, the Roork clip of 34 sacks, the
Rugg clip of 190 sacks, the Doherty
clip of 17C, and the Walcup clip of
All o ftho wool sold was exception
ally good and especially were some
of the clips saught nfter by the buy
ers. Those who refused to sell at the
prices bid are perhaps Justified In do
ing so as the markets aro strong
and tho Indications aro that there
will bo no drop and is a possibility
of being a raise.
These sales cleaned out tho larger
bulk of the wool In Umatilla conn
ty. Sarefill estimation gives the
amount already sold in tho county
at 2,000,000 pounds and that will only
leave something like 600,000 pounds
as tho total clip will not exceed a
million and a half pounds.
To take it as a whole the quality
of the clip for this year has been
above tho average, and not only are
the growers pleased with tho prices
they are receiving but tho buyers are
pleased with the quality.
OUi ON BONDS.
Tim Townsend Released from Jail at
Tim Townsend, who has, been con
fined in tho Grant county jail for sev
eral months awaiting trial on a
charge of horsestealing, was let out
on bonds last Wednesday, says the
Blue Mountain Eagle.
He was jointly indicted with Wil
lie Robinson by the grand jury, and
was to have been tried at the last
term of court, but Robinson escaping
from jail made the matter of convic
tion nffw difficult and he secured a
postponemnt of his caso until tho
November term of court. It is hop
ed by that time Robinson will be
rjiiitrht ami the caso nrocoeded with
Townsend's bonds were placed at
$500 and his securities are J. u. wu
moth, J. D. Combs and T. T. Tuttle
O. R. & N. EXCURSION.
Telephone Main 105.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
VAN ORSDALL k ROSS
THE STANDARD FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
ESBERG-GUNST CIGAR CO., Distributing Agents.
DON'T YOU KNOW
that a little more money spent at the start, for a furnace, will
save. a whole lot in the end. The majority of people, who
think about it, do, We sell furnaces that cost more at the
start, but pay in the end.
,, . - ., v..
W. G. McPheson
Heating and Ventilating .Engineer
47 First Street, Portland, Oregon
Low Rates in Effect to Various Re
sorts, Attractive for Pendleton Peo
ple. Bingham Warm Springs Sixty
day tickets, $1.75; two-day tickets,
including three meals at the hotel
and one bath at tho springs, $2.75.
These rates are for round trip and
include stage fare between Bingham
Station and the Springs.
Hot Lake Round trip, $3.30, tick
ets limited 30 days. On sale all tho
Meacham and return Sundays
only, until September 30, $1.00
Tickets good date of sale only.
Long Beach or Clatsop Beach
Round trip, $10.00. Dates of sale
July 1 to August 25, inclusive. Tick
ets good until September 30. No
stop over. Boat or rail between As
toria and Portland.
Yellowstone National Park and re
turn Via Monida, Montana, $70
Routs via. O. R. & N. to Huntington
O. S. Xi. to Monldt, stage transporta
tion through the park via. Dwelles
Lower Geyser Basin, Fountain Hotel
Upper Geyser Basin Hotel, Yellow
stone Lake, Lake Hotel, Grand Can
non, Falls of the Yellowstone, Grand
Cannon Hotel, Norrls Geyser Basin
Dwelles, Mumda, O. S. L. and O. R
& N. Sixty day limit.
San Francisco and return Sixty
day limit; dates of sale July 29, Aug.
3, 5, 6, and 7. Rates from Pendleton
via rail in both directions from Port
land, or via. steamer in one direction
and rail the other, $31.85; via
steamer in both directions from
' Denver and return Juno 22- and
23 . only, $42.00. Tickets good until
July ,31. Stopovers allowed on re
Shirt Waist and Skirt
Bi cut in Ladies' shirt waists, $1.00,. F f
$1.35 and $2.00 values, liwt years
styles, reduced for this anl to
25c for 75 and $i-00 VALUES
Ladies' white pique and duck skirts, fkf
$2.00, $3.00, $3,50 and $4 00 values,
for this sale
SKIRT SALE .
I3st $-00 $-25 $'50 and
nil $.75 Values
Linen skirts, blue trimmed, 75c values,
New capsheaf safety pins 6c, lOe
New Onio dr'ss shield 25 and 30o
New hose supporters, all prices
Now Lyons silk lining 50c
Now Pongee ailks
New Liberty satin ribbon
Now Grenadine silks
New trunks ami valises
Goes to London to "Save" his Fellows
at His Own Expense.
A farewell reception was given at
me Mormon church, at La Grande
Friday night, to David Jordan
started Sunday on a mission to
Great Britain. An add
ay president uramwell, music and re
citations renuereu, then a dance was
given. There Was a Vfrv lnriro n f .
tendance of townspeople, and the
proceeus go to Air. Jordan to help
him on his journey. A Mormon mis
sionary gets no salary and pays his
own expenses, Mr. Jordan will go to
London, where President Bramwell
labored when a young man. and will
remain tnero live years. Jordan is a
young man and has been Hrv pnnrfo
t ... . " ------- j
cieru ior . iv. west, at La Grande
and goes at tho call nf tho ohnmi.
This Is tho rule of tho Mormons, who
nuiu umi mo scriptures do not war
rant tho payment of salaries to
Saved Fro,., an Awful Fate.
"Evorvhndv snM T lio.i
tion," writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of
uuuiiiucrHuurir. r-n. -i wna an
after six months of severe sickness
caused by hay fever and asthma, that
few thouKht I couhi cot wnll l.ii T
learned of tho marvelous morlt of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, used It and was completely
cured." For rinannrnrn thrnnt
. W.IWUV llllU
lung diseases it is the 8.fest euro In
the world, and Is Infallible for
COURhS. COldS and hronMilnl n
tlons. Guaranteed bottles BOo and
SI. Trial bottles free at Tniimnn .
Attention, Farmers !
I have a full line of FORKS, ROPE, CABLE,
HAY CARRIERS, Etc. ,
Prices are lowest, quality considered.
T. C. TAYLOR
THE HARDWARE MAN
741 main Street
GRAND FREE PICNIC
stodIy at KINE'S GROVE
Dancing Begins at 2 o'clock each Sunday. Basses to
and from the grounds day and Night. '
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can he engaged for
picnic parties by applying to PETER SMITH, at Hotel
A sewing machine
Is a necessity in evory home and paronts should
not neglect teaching their childron how to sew. A
good investment is made when you purchase a
Standard, White or Wheeler & Wilson. They are
the highest standard of sowing machine excellency
and are the most improved made.
Don't send your money for a cheap madhine for we
have them for $20.00, so if you want a cheap ma
chine come in and see ours. Don't buy a "pig in a
bag. Oil, needles and extras for all machines.
Sewing machines, furniture and carpots.
THE WISE SOLOMON
said there was a time for every
thing. The time to drink our
is when you are run down, debili
tated, nervous, wakeful or fatigued
in fact, the time to ,drink it is
at ah times when you need a re
freshing, appetizing and delicious
.drink. Xry a case of Schultz's
Pilsner beer and y'ou-will calltif a
wonder worker that is welcome in
V Jl 111 U 'PAk
vr i r-V
i stiii w :
cams iib r , 8 UQ
list Citv on
r"i'ciiv at .
i uui i i ii.i: i mi ii "
, .,..i imnrmvj
. . riu
A Warm Baby 1
isn't aiwivys a comfortable oad
muiB iuuu u man is m wanuai
with hla cufl's and collars wilting ,
they are not properly lairoderej.'i
your shirts, collars and enffsarti
dered here you can sally forth t
broiling July sun happy in the i
ledge that your linen will tot'
out" before the day Is over.
Bamplo of our summer laundering, '
THE DOMESTIC Llffl
J. F. Ilobiuson, Prop. Pendi
nro windows of observation ft-flJ.j'iSj
carnoRe maxeri . j
JUUgmCUW 11W tOJ. aio '""""7,17.
respect. Our productions U1 stul J
est criticism and test. Usre 2f
and lu great vanevy. "'"''r'TC
light wagons in handeome 3eJIW
grade vehicles. Guarantee wllheriij
See Us About Gasoline Bp
N EAGLE BROTHERS
Water St., near Main,
E PIPES to suit an.
-i -VMA DlfT
.For Mountain Traiel
. llrv Btl)
llln inVll fHlfll ITU t w ,tt. m
T1T1I1 V1MII1 lUWiu" I
people iu .
h m bv wr i
uiiorrv buu'" i
...-i,-t St.. ean - ,.v,i ar
ODm,rfi free, o beauuw .jj
mil -iwmfw- aissa
n - iinft . r ji. uw
Internawo""1 j, vjjjr iun"--
Cento a w -Zt
ind the P'jffll,
It by thlr j
1 - ---- - s p