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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1902)
"WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1902.
Our Special Sale on Wen's
and Boys' suits will continue
all weeST Special reductions
on all suits sold this week.
Buy your new suit this week
and save money enough on
it to buy 3'ou a nice dress
Wiere "Wlole Families Can
FUND FOR PENDLETON ACAD
EMY NEW BUILDING GROWING
.....For loontain Trayel
i- "We have opened a livery Btable at
Teal Spriuga where the public will
-and good turnouts.
We make a specialty of conveying
people to and from Teal Springa.
The Depot Stable,
Barney Sherry and Elvin Craig,
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc
always on hand.
People Outside of Umatilla County
Have Subscribed $6,500 to the
Fund; Pendleton People have Con
tributed $4,000, but $7,500 is Need
e3 From Pendleton and Umatilla
Pondleton needs better schools, so
help along the Pendleton Academy
building fund. Outside people have
already subscribed ?C.500 to this fund
and more is confidently expected
Pendleton people have so far sub
scribed about $4,000 and at least
$7,00 should come from them to
this school fund.
The taxpayers of public school dis
trict No. 1C are particularly interest,
ed in this worth enterprise, for by
i maintaining 'the Pendleton Academy
. in Pendleton a stronger Interest in
! the public schools is created and at
the same time the academy educates
: about 250 children who would have
' to be cared for by the nublic schools
! If thnrp wfiri no nnademv. at an addi-
I tional expense for public schools of
about ?o,000 a year which would nave
to come from taxation of Pendleton
property. Therefore Pendleton tax'
payers should contribute liberally to
the Pendleton Academy fund. In 'do
ing so they are simply giving to them
Subscriptions made to date arc as
Mrs. Llna H. Sturgls $ 250.00
W. J. Furnish - 250.00
C. E. Roosevelt 200.00
W. if. Ladd 175.00
T. C. Taylor 150,00
J. R. Dickson 150.00
R. Alexander 100.00
C. S. Jackson 100.00
Frank B. Clopton 100.00
Haldane Dickson 100.00
"W. F. Matlock lOt.uU
John H. Converses 100.00
I Jesse Failing 100.00
C. J. Smith ....
James Crawford . .,.
C. B. Wade
W. R. Ellis
xj. J. lurphy
F. L. Forbes
H. S. Scales
P. J. Morris .
F. E. Judd
Tallman & Co
E. J. Summerville
E. D. Bovd ..
T. G. Hailey 50.00
Judge Robert Eakin ........- 60.00
H. J. Bean i.. 50.00
W. M. Blakley 50.00
Pendleton Shoe Company ... 50.00
O. R. Demott 50.00
Frederick Walters 50.00
G. W. Rigby 50.00 Ke oornc in mind
Baor & Daley
D. A. May
Oliver & Co..,,....,
J. F. Noylln
R. J. DIven
C. M. Hogue
Levi Johnson ......
there aro $20,000 In sight work on
the new building will begin.
After the building fund Is com
plete and the hulidlng constructed
within that fund, thero aro reasons
for believing that tho school will bo
given a handsome endowment fund.
In other words, If Pendleton people
will do something for themselves In
this matter, others will come forward
and do something for them nddition-
oJK- Tm Ravine uiai: uuu ucuo
them who help themselves,
George D. Peebler -40.00
W. BT. Lee 10.00
E. M. Lyons 10.00
E. F. Redd 10.00
unris Ranley 5-00
S. C. Elder 5.00
Dennis Nichols 5.00
J. A. Blakley 5.00
W. L. Van Nuys 5.00
W. E. Hnynie 1.00
George Campbell L00
F. H. Gutman LOO
Dr. E. P. Hill 100.00
J. H. Converse" 50.00
J. A. Fee 25.00
J. H. Raley 25.00
C. S. Wheeler 20.00
Estimated sale value present
Presbyterian Board of Aid
W. M. Ladd, Portland ... 1,000
Total of all subscriptions to
date i $13,968.00
A number of pther subscriptions
have been promised but are not as
yet on paper.
If your name is "not yet among the
subscribers as enumerated above,
see that it is added and included in
the next publication. As soon as
Telephone Main 106.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
YAN ORSDALL & ROSS
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
V. 8 Supreme Court
U. S. Patent Office
U. S. and FOREIGN PATENTS
Trade Marki and Copjrights
TOO 7th St., N. "W., Washington, D. C.
Dancing Begins at 2 o'clock each p-.
and from the grounds day aaiiZi
NT ON GROUNDS. '
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The
pionio parties by aDDlvine tn rnmJM
Are made cheaply. You , j
for. Same way with hifhe "1 lJ
higher priced the better. If vm, ' 0BH
ot price alone, we should like to SlM
W. G. McPhcrsoi,
Heating and Ventilating Engin
47 First Street, Portland, Og
be kent in r.-7
years without cost id
tee means sometJ
don't have to
caco lor rpnalre
of all Sewing Macbbd
10 years ahead of 18 i
ers. Oils and neafetj
This Bignatnro 1b on cvoty box of Uapsa,' j
Laxaiive DromouiniBeiitoi :
the remedy that cares a cold ta mt .
Spend the Fourth at
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
AT KINE'S GROVE
Endte Ftxn and Am-a sement !
JULY 4th, 5th and 6th
Grounds Open at tO a.m.acfcl
g MUSIC BY KIRKMAN'S ORCHESTRA
Dancing every afternoon at 2, and every evening at 7, on a large covered platform. Evervona mmronin j . ; pnd. I
K ance. Best Gentleman Waitzer-prize, a handsome medal. Best Lady Waltzerprke, a SSdSntod fan competent floor manager m attena
I RACESSPECIAL AMUSEMENTS
100 Vftrd flanri. Tinn-rrnfAH!ifnl nri-zft a rlttrrl trmv hn-rao TTaf HToo "D i i
Beautiful Wateli and Ohain . T.arlifiH' T?nn 100 rn,; 'tL! wsprize, an ulster,, latest fashion, tailor made: Saok Race-pW.
or" nzzrj fzz:::. r: ' : -rrr t.rvr' " puti ui irnuure ; jLaciies' Needle Thrn t? ' 0nhine .
aii PfitM f n r t -pix-oo, DOTa5
raieo me Arternoon jof Races.
Pie Eating Contest prize, a nice badge.
Balloon Ascension Immediately After Races
E RESTAURANT AND BAR
ON THE GROUNDS
Close to Town.
Busses run every few minutes,
will find every convenience.
Proprietor and Manaxer
Fit AMMant Maaarer
Second Awktant Manager