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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1902)
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Rebounding cushion centresob
Ventilates the shoe at every step
Prevents jar to nerves and spine
Distributes pressure over foot sole
Spreads wear evenly over shoe sole
Dry springy foot-conforming
DENTISTS AND ADVERTISING
THEIR CODE OF ETHICS
CUTS OUT PRINTER'S INK.
Like Doctors and Lawyers, They Do
Not Believe In Advertising Expel
Number From 8oclety for "Unpro
Dr. J. L. Iteavls, of Portland, who
lias always been regarded as one nf
the most faithful adherents to the
rules of dental ethics ns laid down by
the association, has been convicted ; h.vo wnrl
of "unprofessional conduct in the ,1111g tllis WG0t t wlll maho soven
lino of advertising," and has been Lt.chts nml the Dayton fans will
INDIANS EN TOUR.
Have Gone to Washington After More
The Pendleton baseball team will
leave this evening for Dayton, whore
they go to cross bats with the Dus
ters" In three games. They will play
Thursday, Friday and Saturday in
Dayton and return to "Walla Walla
where they will compete for honors
with tho Sharpshooters in two games
Saturday and Sunday.
Tho Indians have played four
imiiips with the Dayton team and
If they win tho three
WILL ADVERTISE OREGON
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN PENDLETON BY
D1ND1NGER, WILSON b CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
LAY THE CORNER STONE.
First Block on St Anthony's Hospital
Will Be Laid Friday.
The corner stone for the new St.
Anthony hospital, being erected by
tho sisters, near their present school
and hospital, will be laid Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The stone is of gray granite, came
from a quarry near Elgin, and is two
feet square. On the side which will
face the street the following letters
in gold have been cut into' the stone
Time is Here
It is a gentle system tonic
and a correction for the
numerous summer ailments.
of St. Francis,
A. D. 1902.
Archbishop Christie, of Portland,
will conduct the ceremonies at the
laying of the stone and several
priests are expected to be present.
Beside tho address by the archbishop
a class of girls dressed in white, the
pupils of the school, will form at the
sisters' school and march to tho new
building site, and the usual ceremo
nies at the laying of a corner stone
will be carried out. All who can do
so are Invited to attend the ceremonies.
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
suspended from the association for
one year as punishment for his of-
Tlvose who have already tried tho
advertising plan seem to have a de
sire to keep this part of tho field to
themselves, and are as enthusiastic
as any in opposition to their members
breaking from the ranks of tho asso
ciation. Tho charges brought against Dr.
Reavis were that he had inserted an
advertisement in the Oregonian which
If anybody in Portland has the idea
his mouth is too difficult for a good
working set of artificial teeth, address
P. O. Dox 106C, city. I just want to
make you a proposition.
Tho additional charge was made
that upon tho back of his professional
cards the following qualifications as
to his ability wore given:
Graduated with first "honors from
the Kansas City Dental College in
Awarded first prize in the same in
stitution for mechanical ability.
. Patantee of the "Reavis Bite Plato."
Inventor of a now dental aluminum
Reappointed by Governor Geer a
member of tho stato dental examining
board of Oregon.
Made president of the same in July,
Now tho provisions of the code of
ethics laid down by tho National Den
tal Association that bear upon his
case aro as follows:
It is unprofessional to resort to
public advertisements, cards, hand
bills, posters or signs, calling atten
tion to peculiar styles of work, low-
ness of prices, special modes of op
erating, or to claim superiority over
neighboring practitioners, to publish
reports of cases or certificates in the
public press, to circulate or recom
mend nostrums or to perform anv
omer smuar acts.
The association ruled that Dr. Rea
vis had overstepped the bounds, and
mat nis case could not go unpunish
realize that they have been playing
imll ne-nlnst a team that is almost
An exturslo ntrain will bo run from
hero Sunday morning, leaving at 9
o'clock, loaded with fans to witness
the came with the Walla walla team.
Aiurii intnrest. is belnc felt in this
battle, as the Sharpshooters aro rec
ognized as hard fighters and tno io
cal team will havo no walkover.
East on a Visit."
Our local papers will soon bo
making such announcements. Many
are going to take advantage of the
low rate to Minneapolis and Missouri
river points, which will be In effect
Juno 29, July 1, 2 and a. upon
theso dates the O. R. & N. Company,
will sell tickets to Minneapolis and
return or to Missouri river points
(Sioux City to Kansas City inclusive)
good for 60 days, at $41.50. To Chi--cago
and return, $G4.50. This rate
of $44.50 to Missouri river points is
less than one-half tho regular first
Next Sunday's Excursion.
The Pendleton baseball team wlll
play a match game with tho Walla
Wallas at Walla Walla next Sunday,
Juno 22. From GOO to 1000 Pendle
ton people will witness tho game.
For their accommodation, the O. It.
& N. Company will provido a special
excursion train with plenty of room,
which will leavo Pendleton at 9
o'clock a. m. Returning, will leave
Walla Walla at G:30 p. m. Faro for
tho round trip, $1.00.
Congressman to Wed.
New York, June 18. Arrangements
have been completed for the wedding
hero tomorrow of Congressman A. F,
Fox, of the fourth district of Missis
slppi, and Mrs. Anneta S. Brandon
of Washington. The bride-elect is re
lated to several prominent southern
families. The couple will spend the
summer in Europe and will return in
tho autumn to West Point, Miss
where thoy will make their luture
In Colt Skin, Calf Skin and Vici Kid,
both Lace and Congress; all style toes.
Wear like iron.
THE PENDLETON SHOE COMPANY
Phone Red i26 645 Main St.
Being Your Shoes to C. BERQUIST, the ShoemalMt,
jnd have them repaired. Shop With Pendleton Shoe Compuy.
J. W. Maloney has returned from
O. F. Thomson is at the Golilon
Rule from Echo.
George Rohrman. the bakervm.m
of Milton, is in town.
A. Vinson, a prominent business
man of Walla Walla, Is in town.
Mrs. John Watson is In town from
Seattle visiting her'many friends.
Carl G. Gindgren. a Swede, has Alert
his intention of becoming an Ameri
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wells have
gone to Meacham where thev will
spend the summer.
Lacy Gailbralth, a student of Whit.
man college, was in Pendleton Tmpr.
day visiting friends.
Henry Means left this morning for
his home at Echo after visiting his
family for a few days.
Mrs. James Ageo and children have
returned from their visit to Mrs
Agee's parents in the valley.
Mrs. George MInger and children
have gone to Cambridge, Idaho, to
spend tho summer with relatives.
Miss Hazel Jaycox, of Walla Walla
will arrive this evening to visit the
Misses Prlvett, on West Court street.
Little Eva Hult, who has been
critically ill for some time, is still
very low and her recovery is doubt
ful. David Adkins, a prominent lumber
man of Port Huron, Mich., is visiting
his brother-in-law, J. E. Rubedow, at
the home of E. M. Lyons.
D. .N. Macklln, mail clerk on tho
O. R. & N. lino between Portland
and Pocatello, is attending court as
a witness in the Drake caso against
thd O. R. & N. company.
Dr. E. A. Mann and wife and John
Scott and wife, of Helix, wlll leave
Thursday for Teal Springs for a
fishing and outing trip. They will be
gone until the first of the week.
Mrs. I. U. Temple, of Enterprise, is
in town visiting ner sister, Miss Ber
tha WolJs. Mrs. Temple is on her
way from Portland, where she was
v.sitlng and was not expected in Pen
dleton. She will remain two weeks.
O. C. Darr, of Adams, is in town
today. Mr. Darr Bays that a little
rain would bo very acoptable to the
farmers now, but It is not badlv
needed, except whore tho soli is light.
Ho says tho past fow warm days have
already begun to tell on tho crain
along tho Wild Horse and snots aro
beginning to burn. This, however, is
not alarming, as it is only the snots
where the soil is full of alkali and
theso always burn regardless of tho
season. Most of tho wheat Is look
ing Quo in 'that region.
Dally East Oregonian by carrier,
only 15 cents a week.
Tllin soles; nice
Mediant, Low or Frenolt
Vici or Patent Kids
STATE TO BE DISTRIBUTED.
Southern Pacific Asks the Portland
Board of Trade to Furnish It With
G. M. McKinnoy, gonoral western
immigration ngont for tho Southern
Pacific, with headquarters in Chica
go, lias wrltton Secrotary Moore, of
tho Portland Board of Trado, asking
tho board to furnish their hnmlgrn
tlon bureau with 100,000 topics of a
recently publishod leaflet entitled
"Oregon and Its Resources." and Bays
that ho Will distribute them If the
board will place them In his hands.
Hero Is Mr. McIClnnoy's letter, as
published in tho Portland Ttilogram:
"Dear Sir: Wlll it bo possiblo for
your enterprising organization to
place in my hands 100,000 copies of
your 'Oregon and Its Resources,'
without the advertising matter, ex
cept as It may deal with tho resour
ces of your city or state?
"This little book is woll adapted
to tho use for which it was intended,
and I can place It In tho -hands of
100,000 men without any further cost
to your city than the printing. YouJ
already have tho half-tones, and no
doubt tho rest can bo set up so thnt
the work can bo done at little cost.
"Wo aro starting out to advertise
Oregon throughout tho entire east,
and I will say to you very frankly,
that It Ib Oregon's greatest need.
"Washington is a household word
throughout the entire middle weBt.
13ut there aro hundreds of thousands
of people who scarcely know that
Oregon Is on tho map, and, as you
well know, Oregon offers more to tho
homeseoker and Investor than any
portion of territory in tho great
northwest. Hut 'God only holpB thoso
who help themselves,' and we bolleve
thnt with proper advertising ho will
be on our side. Kindly adviso at
your earliest convenience."
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Burlington, Vt.', June 18. Tho first
district republican conventian hero
today resulted in the re-nomination
of Congressman D. J. Foster.
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