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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1902)
No.w is the time to take
advantage of the greajL.
which cost you absolutely nothing
With every TEN CENT PURCHASE" we give a diamond
ir gold stamp, and .wien you have FJJY- stamps we-redeem
hem with a piece oty beautiful decorated porcelain chinaf
SEE DISPLAY IN DRY
SUCCESSOR TOJ I m ts ','C . Z
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.;;
EDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1902.
. Howari, farnf loans'
Orsdall & iloss if or pure art!
anier underwear. 50 cents a
Bne free lunch from 9 a. m till
tent at Gratz's.
first-class cab, day Or, night,
fphone Main 70. . . ,.,
a cool, refreshing . glass of
Itz beer go to Qratz.'s.
ieynold's creamery butter. on
In all stores. Ask ifor It.
blitz beer on draught and fine
keB in basement of Golden Rule
iilltz beer on draught and-flne
lies In basement of Golden Itulw
Bace lunok-counter, on Court
It, is now- :opBfi,1 Everything, in
fit the tlungsVou want for eating
picnics and while camping, at
ley Bros. ' ' " 'J
ropi lntb. vonrSiip.mrortable" parlors
1 uo , nor.vea wiuL-aur superior ,ice
lonqy to. Joan at lowest,,, rates on
or country property. yjT.,K. Dick
East Oregonian building.
ult jars will beTery. high this
. as the -nrlca, has advanced. Wn
ght before tie :aavancev and will
our customers' the advantage fftf
saving. ?The. standard4 Grocery,
BliVftrs at TTiin!trnr nAvir rnornt r
rr 1 i-tv ii'if t .
How many times have you bought
Jewclryjind afterward charged the
teacheV.lttf-ai)?t6 fKvo Spdnsive.
It's lota ohcapor in the end tobuy of
a rellilhln rionlnr iHf
a reliable de
3 Jjlesfrot fian prlceielsnAljEI
nave good Jowelry in Kolled
rUte. Gold Vlllart ini) SnlH
Jeweler' and ..Qpticnf
Next'Doorto 5tf AloxatiM or
65 Sfcp. from-HSPsL frowwd the Ccxirt Hwe
Lunches 'at Phillips,T restaurant.
Latest style shirts at iTeutsch's.
Gilt Edge lunch "counter. Court St
Fresh ripe tomatoes at Hawley
, Ring up H. Kopittke, 'phonei No. 5,
t Rooma-lSr tile SjayJ vebr month
1 Save your gld stamps and get a
dinner set at Teutsch's.
to marry." Se'e page 8. - - - -
'MflyaTionsr'olf ' niceooo'eries'j
omorrow at Hawley Bros,
sale in all stores. Ask forJt
Ice 6-eam sandwichls, in ihavt. deli
2acy. made and sold bv iuttor
WaBithat glass ofnemonade made
pool byaxtilicialce.2-Askfor It., -U.
Fresh live crawfish just received,
at Gratz's, cooedwhllefjriiuwalQ
uutton's ice cream lsvjusutne. thing
to satisfy your desire for something
;ood. . .
Schlitz beer-en draught -and - fine
unches in basement of Golden Rule
Juet Button supply you with nice.
rich, sweet prenm. DpHvprnri nrtv.
We are showing rr
ake plates, bread nial
For SaleTAAgbdjd gentle1 J)uggj
forse. Safe for lady or child to drive,
. M. Leezor. f '- Tr '
Good, large, nice, fresh crawfish
moraines at Nolte'fl' sftloTJn:
Eiveflree ttcletajpn thfi-SJicyifle
wittfeVey dollars fourciaseMarJtiBfs
wiuuuiy huu nuttjr. -
r Inci ti tr nut coin rr oiiTvm ai mi 1 1 1rovir
ing ..or rent. MStmetg&-Agfcajiii
cold water au'l Lath room in connect
tion.. ;i?3.s,r b". liv. fv;" m:i
YtourZeveiiing.!rwl;h2 be-SoSlete." If
you drop into the Delta and enjoy a
iost Pair of gold spectacles on
ttS streets of Pendleton Monday
Folder will receive reward by setirif
ine to this office. U.IJLI
ithee, 305 Court St, agent-for--
mistic and ;DavJg,s. awing, machines,
unp Julius irom ;ou luuu on in
8tallments. ""Everything "guararitee'd
dvertlaing privilege on the f oun
sprinming: wagons miior 'saie or ient.
Bills must'be. ln,byiJune.120rSee Fjranlr-
b.5 uiopton, cnairman commiuee.
p.11 kinds of reat. estate, for sale.
Homes on. easy payments, w'ill fur
nifh part" 'bf purchase- money.
Riborn & 'XJookt Ttoom 10, Taylor
Blflg. v ..' .
jnrrnrslnn to Walla CaUa.
Sunday, Juno 22, $1.00,
M. Gratz fs putting up a largo self'
stjo'dfld th'0 ntranco
To Walla Walla and return Sua
day, une t22, 41.00. BaBObaJl-Pen!'
"Uncle" Frank Mansfield, of Athena(
with mj, complete outfit of carpets nnd
akr nmaanrxnaffiCTmnraiKi r.'
7ta11sTTeld finds it is monoj' in his
pay the freight.
y piQi lechire Wednesday evening at
the- Tirompson Street M. E. churchj
by Mrs. Helen D. Hartford, of New
burg, was well attended by the monv
bers of the W. C. T-. U under whose
auspices the lecture wai given. Mrs,
Harford is the state president and
shetajked TntSresttngfr JxlIStiCtho
work "of theSsodietyand what" itsvas
destined to accomplish in the future.
Jack Salisbury, a "pioneer sheep
man of Butter Creek, has.-marketed
the last of his wool of this year's
clipping, which he sold at a good
figure. While in the city Mr. Sal
isbury .bought a nice home on Ann
street, of E. T. Wade, the real estate
manand will -move his family fhere
th& latter Jprfrt of tlnVj; suratae to
ffiacef fheir future home. Xr. Wade
has supplied a number of sheepmen
and ranchers with, homes and has
some very desirable, ones left.
1 'WpppiNG CONVENTIONS.
Woodmen of the World and Women
of ,Wboacraft Are in .Session
Today the. delegates to tko rand
convention, Woodmen of the World
their district conventions for the
election of , delegates frorflsEastcrn
3epu$d !at !ripple3rgelf Coj., Aug
3lsE "OX'&fc fejnenj8f4Vflpdcrat
are holding" forth at La Grande and
the Woodmen of the World at Wes
ton.n Among ,tlioso who are 4ittend--ing
from hereat" La" -Grande are?
Bond, Cronln, A. D. Stlllman, Agne$
Stillman, Bollerman, Walker, Nelson
andSfnfi'el'dr'TliedeleHfes to thd
Woodmen of tl;e World convention ai
Weston left here this morninfe and
Sloan, Hartmah, -Earl, Fitz Gerald
--,,-.,..'-. -asmai onm
overv camn in the district. A full
conveplioij'-WiHmae between 75 and
A. O. U. , W. OFFICERS.
List of New Office rs '. ifor Supreme
During the Tuesday's business ses;
iBion .of- Uie-aunLeuie-JoJ&e uf ttre Al
O. U. W., in Portland, the following
rofficers-and board were elected to
serve the coming year: Webb Mcf
NallKansas, supreme master; C. Rj
tepnAl!lSiols Juprejne foreman!
W. H. Miller, Missouri, supreme over
se'erj-S-H. W. Sackett, Pennsylvania,!
supreme recorder; J. J. Acker, New
Tnil.- sle-w- HampSUlrelOTeTCeguiaB-;
tchman:3Df. if. HXShlo3tfe.-V.fi
PhQ .Bupremo session-, will close on
toCcM I Hams Ms&rifcSotAtocmC.
LJKUJiam,-... MfiBr:de,a. druggist of
Atnena, is axrenarag tno umtea
States""Tcourt-asl a JWar.rsa5'S1P;gi.e
LBotland JEpurnaWr. McBride con-
uucxs' a prosperous,r ,)bisiQess in
Athena surrounding -WhlcTi "lb a re-glon-w-hicn
produces - annually b.Ouu,-
portion of which is marketed i
Athena. This brings plenty of imoi
yntoHhatY,isri Airs Mc&id
VLllt:iJUi J. Ilia JllUD IlliUU
"The nuua aie flnythia yvM" sal
.he to -The-Joprna,!, " andrall interesti
are in excejiept conttHipo.
. Ruslr for Land; ,
' There -is a grand rush'-for tlmbei
land- all through, the La Grande disj
trjet, says the Cbropfcle.. .During th
month or May a nunareu iimoer ana
stone locations were' filed, and sew
enty-.eight ' filings of this kind have
already been made this month. The
localities which have attracted the
greatest attention are- the districts
abase Union and in the northern
Wallowa county Thera
a great many claims neina
. . . .
filed upon in the vicinity of Ukiah!
in UfljatiJia. county. -
Don't Use Too Many Words,
ultiDilcallon of words Jncreaaefi
the expense and decreases the effec
tiveness ofadyertMjM-.Baj; what,
i te-s&r.inaaBsn weras as h
bf' fcald ttajpPBaeWolng
cln setjAafijJBwant toinr In
ftenfjpn -t mm paaerwwi
the ckcjilrourt7 siae. Monday, Went
to y jury thlri iaftecpoon. iLTBsay
not ijposaibier forythemto vreach
WOOL IS FINE,
r : - '! -
BlKer CburiVy' ClfpTlB 'th'eeit-ln W
Aceordjng. 4p -Bakr CUy aavlcos,
the KPi .I bo ,niark6ted .thoro
xiils,- season is Jargqr and,r hotter than
tor the , past years.. The. in 11 d
winter wasjn every waj' favorablo to
the hcepowners. -, The. wool uoing
exceptionally, clean, owing to tb.q act
tha'. the weather was xattA and the
feed on the ranges was, better .tnan
isual. The bheop came .through the
winter in fine. . condition the woot Is
longer and finer than usual.
' 'Si ,H.' Uelinei, the pioneer-4 vsidolr
buyer of Baker jCitVj. estimates the
clip of that . vicinity . at l.SQO.OOQ
pounds, lib 'has contracted for about
600.000- pounds of the best-grade of
wool, which ho is "now receiving and
storing in his warehouse. "This year
Mr. Hellner is buying-the-Wool out
right, with the intention of holding
it for SQmo tlnio, or. until ,tho mnrkct
shaTl bo such thai ho can illspbso'ot
his holdings at a profit He is pay
ing 11 to 13 conts per pound for tho
best wool. He has bought tho wool
of Castady & Carson, 30,000 pounds;
Lee & Bonnott, 30,000 pounds,, and
W. G. Ayres, 130,000 pounds; besides
a number of smaller clips.
Mr. Hellnor says thnt In all his
jmxu of experience as a wool buyer
tn this market, no nas never iounu
the wool so free fronvdlrtas it is this
Murnhy & Stuchell havo contracted
for over 400,000 pounds of wool on
consignment; a largo quantity of
which has- already been received.
They- are.sending considerable, wool
to ;the woolen mill at Portland. They
shinned seven-' carloads .last week
and Tvill havo as many more, to .snip
this week. They also find the wool
in fine condition this season.
Besides the splendid: yield of wool,
the sheepownors arc congratulating
themselves orr the large percentage
of increase in their hards this spring.
Tho' average is above 100 per cont.
This unprecedented increase is flue
to the. .escoptiqnal.ly fine weather
during' tlie iamblng" seasoii.-
Tho income from the wool clip -will
net tho woolgrowers who mnrket
their wool in Baker.Glty hbout $150,
000 this year, and is only a small
portion of the woc-1 of Eastern Ore
gon, tints some idea of the magnitude
of the wool Industry of EaBtern Ore
iron can be obtained by cbmparing
this market with that of several other
places, where the value of tho cups
will bo considerably more, simply be
cause there will, be more wool.
Straw hats at Teutsch's;
S TP O R E
.J Now Is, the Time
"! ' T. : tot tlie
t'o. consider their;
f A fine.lrne;to select
f rbm 1
The pneds that please and - '
, . the (luties that, w.ear , , .B ,
-1 i2-.j 7 i.i . v r i.',.'
I have a large stock of
v- ft. " 1 t i y.
which will be sold at the
lowest prices ever offered in
This stock includes dia
monds, solidrand .filled case .
.gold watches) silver watches, .
' gold rings, watch chainsr ear ;
ribgs-and-'many other-articles.1 -
Cdthe '-Sri, ' lqb 'oVeV- the1
tb'dcVnd gei"tlie1pri(jgs. t ...
ir - it ?. ir - t " i -
ir ' " (' J i f
u a m if 1 1 11 1 '
Just as well bq comfortable when you can
without neglecting yiur aPr)$J 3HX
BLUE SERG CO-AES
single and double breasted th skeletpn'Kin( cjijiio i
LIGHT COLORED TROUSERS
They arc just the thing td go with your dark coats-
Coats arid Pants
Light colored, in piuids.tind stripos; dark onos
with small chalk stripos: sizos 33 to 44
$5.00 $6.00 $7.0" "$fjj)i 5fl00
i . .:
No Garment. Allowed ttf Leavo 'the Store
Unless kt Fits :'
MEN'S OUTFITTERS M
The new and Popular Games
95c to 3.50
Items and Prices that dosorve your
kind attention ;
Tapaneseapkins, pqrhuh: '
dred. s ..19c and 25c
Crepe paper, full 10 ft long '6c
$2,59 Wringers ...$1.95
4.00 Wringefs 2 95
24c Qv 507 par of? Toilet xSoap
6'pli'lar 'Sons.ljl)c;hd 2'3c
Hammbciis complete iines
Toys ' 'Dolls; Albums', Fancy
' 'Goodsj Dished Vases,. Sevin' '
JB.ajkets, etc.', etc. ,
, Ffedertck Nojif
Tablets, Pencils, Ink, Office Supplies
te t) ' '
A.- - T"' ..I ' L.t' i --i.-Jl ,'J.L
rrv .i"-yoil can come yourself,
St i 1 -
' " 51 ill.ll Til fell I '! V (.,
THE STRAWBERRY; SEASON -" iof
is arawjng to a close, so senu ub your order now- -anu js-
g, . get nice large sound berries
, "our. berries are not specked
handled by Indians. We
in which we Keep mum uu
. . . .
11 1 1. 1, i..,..,,.! ' K11 n
We are prepared to do your work
and ask ,you to call on us.
Charges will bo right. ,j
' TECEPH0NE RED 61
The Old Dutch Henry
Feed -Barn. - !
Kit Jlays . &, Cpnnerlej
" 4; to a
The Plumber, and
Shop: Cottonwood Street, Opposite
St. Joo Sloro,.JJoqr Court St. '
-' - ' ,0 a gj
i . W
have but . ,CT -T
fop oaifngJ Remenimee,r J
aTvtiuirtfea by fi ies, nor s
are particulin (ljijjajiner
me quumy 01 uie ucrncs
fi'iif. I'WI'" .IIs n
ij a, it. r M.f -t'MM fMi
ir1.. 1 11 ' (Pi csw i eon
1 aiaiiwp nninuuiuiiaiiun'bi.LJi
thA fVtr,, A.1 v . t , -' J - - - J