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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1902)
Moving! Moving 1
Ve are now busy making preparations to move into our
BIG DOUBLE STORE
On the Corner. We intend having the biggest store,
filled with the best stock of goods and prices lower
than the lowest. We open about August 15. Until
then we will be pleased to meet you at our old stand,
where we still have a few bargains to show you.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1902.
J. A.Howard, farm loanB.
Fechter's for ice cream and soda.
All kinds of Imported lunches at
: Rubber bands in bulk, new goods,
lowest prices. Nolfs.
See our new stock of dry goods,
Lgust 16. Teutsch's.
; Crawfish cooked In white wine, and
ah crabB at Gratz's.
! All kinds of fruits, melons and veg-
ables at the Standard Grocery.
wiiri rhprrv nhosnhato. a fWe sum
mer health drink. Found at Hawley
Call up 'phone main 105 for pure
ificial ice. only piace in wwu
ou can get it
Hot TOPnthnr haB no terrors at the
lolden Rule basement, where good
Ichlitz beer 1b on tap.
Drop into the cool, comfortable
Moment of the Golden Rule ana en-
y a glass of Schlltz beer.
Hunirarian crab armies, the very
best jelly. Buy them at Hawley
Bros.' where you can get them cneap.
Commercial Association library
open from 2 to 6 p. m. All library
privileges z cents per montu. tu a.
Telenhone to Duttnn when vou
Iwant ice cream to servn at vour
pome. There is no ice cream made
superior to Dutton's. we deliver It
lot your homo.
Do you need any col
ored glasses, goggles,
eye protectors or cheap
watches for harvest ?
I have -a full line of
the above named articles,
and my prices are guar
anteed to be the lowest
Jeweler and Optician
Next Door to B. Alexander
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco.
Get your clothing cleaned at Joer-'
Crawfish cooked to order at
Full line of bakery -goods at Haw
Gregg's coffee, the best, at F. S.
Ycunger & Son's.
For Rent Four-room house near
Academy. Inquire at this office.
Good lunches at Phillip's restau
rant, opposite Tallman's drug store.
All kinds of cty and country prop
erty for sale. Rihorn &-3ook, room
10, Taylor building
Just received a most beautiful line'
of up-to-date white beaver street hats
at Mrs. Campbell's.
We will have the best line of ladies'
and gents' footwear after August 15.
Walt and see them. Teutsch's,
Rooms in the Bast Oregonian build
ing for rent Steam heated, hot and
cold water and bath room in connec
Fresh watermelons, cantaloupes,
sweet potatoes, tomatoes, pears,
plums, peaches and apricots at F. St
Younger & Son's.
Doctors predict considerable sick
ness of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool it with
pure artificial ice. 'Phone main 105
Miss Agnes Dunbar will be hero in
about 10 days to organize classes and
give lessons in elocution, voice cul
ture, delsarte, etc. For further par
ticulars seo another issue.
The Boston Store is conducting a
special corset sale and Is offering
great reductions in the prices. An
advertisement, which will be found In
this issue, gives the wonderfully low
prices and will prove profitable read
ing to ladies.
Granite Gem: The report that W.
A. Peet of the Red Boy was married
the other day appears to be without
foundation, as he says there is nothing
in it. He says he would likely know
something about It had he been mixed
up In such a rumpus.
Lindsey & Doty, proprietors of the
Old Sempler feed yard, at 723 Cottou
wood street, have for sale at all times
horses for all purposes. They are
prepared to furnish good livery rigs
and saddle horses whenever wanted
See their advertisement in the class!
fled columns of the East Oregonian.
The homllest man in Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others,
are Invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that -is guaranteed to cure and
relievo all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and 50c. For sale by Tali
man & Co., sole agents.
The largest assortment of Kenne
dy's wafers at F. S. Younger & Son's.
The 20-room lodging house on Cot
tonwood street will bo opened about
No train from the East arrived over
the O. R. & N. between Monday morn
ing and 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The evidence in the divorco case of
Sarah E. Capllnger vs. John Caplin
ger Is being heard by Judge Ellis in
the district court room today.
Jnmes B. Welch is announcing a
five-room house on Clny street, be
tween Webb street and the railroad,
for rent Further information can be
"had by referring to the classified
collumns of this paper.
S. E. Mason, of the Gross China
Decorating Company, of Denver, Is
In the city and will have on display
at Tallman & Co.'s drug store, a
beautiful line of hand-painted china.
The display will continue until Sat
Mrs. F. A. Campbell is offering for
sale her ranch, located 12 miles west
of Pendleton, In Happy Hollow. The
ranch consists of 220 acres of fruit
grain and alfalfa land, and is well
watered. Mrs. Campbell will sell the
property at a low price and on very
easy payments. See display adver
The statement that the classified
columns of the East Oregonian bring
quick returns is pro-en in two more
instances. H. A. Faxon lost a dog,
and placed an advertisement in the
classified columns Friday evening,
and the same evening recovered the
animal through the ad. A four-room
house at 217 Stonewall Jackson street
was announced for rent in the same
columns Monday evening, and an hour
after the paper went to press a renter
DECORATED CHINA DISPtAY.
RlV I YRY IV 1Q a very unpleasant little crea
ULiLTOUM ture to have in the house. This
is the time of the year for them to appear. Use some
thing to keep them nCCTDAVUD
away. . Our Bedbug- LfEiO 1 ESAJ I MX
will kill them and keep them away.
NOT A POISON, BUT DEATH TO BUGS
and .insects of all kinds -
25c A BOTTLE
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
65 Step from Main St. Toward the Cotfrt House
Exquisite Hand-Painted Collection at
Tallman & Co.'s.
At the drug establishment of Tall:
man & Co. the most handsome and
unique display of hand-painted china
has been placed on display. The ex
hibition, which is a combined showing
and sale, will continue until Saturday,
Included in the exhibition, which is
made by the Gross China Decorating
Company, of Denver, are jardlners,
plates, punch bowlB and a fancy as
sortment of decorative chinaware.
The show window of the store Is
occupied with the assortment of
pieces, all gerrjB in the hand-painting
art The Gross company combines
manufacturing with instruction and Ib
rated the leading establishment of the
character in the West. Among the
features lof the display being made
here is noticed the excellence of the
The exhibition is made by one of
the firm and personally superintend
ed by him. While it is a sale and ex
hibition, future orders are taken.
Those familiar with such work are
in rapture over the collection shown
The exhibition will positively termi
nate Friday evening.
targest in the World Found In Sle
ras In California.
What is undoubtedly the largest
known tree in the world, has recent
ly been discovered far up in the Sier
ras In Fresno county, California. The
monster was measured six feet from
the ground and it took a line 154 feet
and 7 inches long to . encircle it, mak
ing it over 71 feet in diameter. This
tree is on the government reserve
and will escape the woodman's axe.
The Telephone as a Surgical Instru
According to a London medical
journal, several London hospital sur-
ceons are now using the telephone
whenever they have occasion to probe
for bullets, or other metallic objects
Imhp.ilrled in the bodv of a person
The receiver of the telephone Ib
nlaeed on the head of the operator
and the patient is placed in the usual
manner, in contact with a plate; me
general medium employed being a wet
sponge or some paper saturated with
a saline solution, which Is spread over
the plate. The latter is connected
with a telephone by wire, and the
probe after It has been introduced
into the body vibrates as soon as the
foreign metallic substance comes in
contact with it. The probe Ib also
connected with the telephone by a
wire, and thus no such blunder is
nosslble as sometimes happens when
an ordinary batterv is used. When
a telephone is usecLJn this way, the
nlatfi ants as one nole ana .uie prooe
as the other. Needles, bullets, grains
of Htaot. and nieces of steel and copper
have been easily located by use of
this slmnle method. The onjy in-
Htanr.en when the telephone does not
-work satisfactorily are when the ob
jects to be located are or tne same
metal as the probe. French and uer
man surgeons have been following
HiPKfi oxnerlments in London, with
the intention of introducing the same
method Into the hospitals 01 uernn
and Paris. Scientific American.
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One of the attractlona at the state
tnr tula vear will bo the Missouri
uiantess, standing 8 feet 4 Inches in
her stocking feet. She is direct from
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse. I
Keep Cool !
Good advice, but how to do it, that's tho question. '
Got yourself into one of those ,
that we are selling at reduced prices.
$6.00 Coats and Pants to clean up $4.00
$7.50 Coats and Pants to clean up $5.00
$10.00 Coats and Pants to clean up $7.50
$12.00 Coats and Pants to clean up $9.00
The right kind, they don't rip, the buttons don't come off, they hang
right. Look at the well dressed men that wear our Clothes.
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
Weapon of Dead Convict Is Finally
The weapon carried by Davo Mor
rill, the Oregon convict, from the
time of his break from tho peniten
tiary until his murder by his travel
ing companion, has been found after
much searching, and as usual in such
cases, was found by parties who had
been looking but a short time.
A press dispatch from Chehalls,
Wash., says that on Saturday morn
ing Fred Runcorn and J. H. Goff went
out to the scene of tho killing of Davo
Merrill by Harry Tracy, and after a
few minutes search were so fortu
nate as to find the 30-30 calibre rifle
which Merrill carried when Tracy
The gun was found about 200 yards
from where Merrill's body was found
down tho road toward Chehalls. Tra
ry had evidently carried tho weapon
that short distance and then tossed
It over in the .brush.
The, gun was an 1894 Winchester
model" It showed signs o'f having
been out in the weather. It is on
exhibition in a drug store' window
Mr. Goff is a resident of Chehalls
and Mr. Runcorn formerly lived there
but his home Is now at Salem, Or,
He is here on, a visit Mr. Runcorn
is an experienced woodsman and had
good luck in finding the rifle after a
few minutes' hunt when others had
searched, for it for hours.
School Supplies Here
Sponges lu to lOo.
Slates 60 to 33u.
20 Slate Pencils 5c.
5c and lOo for good Ruler.
Regular 5c Lead pencils 8 for 10c.
Book Bags 5o to 49o
Straps fc and 10c.
Nice Pen Holder and Pen, lc.
Compasses lOo to 25o.
12 good Pens 4c
Drawing Books, 4o, Co and 7c.
Tablets An immense shinment has
Just arrived. Surprising vuluea for
lie, do aim luc.
$i or $2 for
Go farther at the Big
just now than you Imagine.
Goods at' a
Don't forget the DOUGLAS
SHOES are always leading.
UNION - MADE.
Full line Public School, Pen
dleton Academy and St. Joseph's
New large Webster's Diction
ary, worth $5, here for $2 95.
White House Cook Book, new
Here is n idea that may
flot udve come to you:
Why heat your home 000k
ing meals ?
Just take your meals dur
ing the summer at the
You'll oujoy our cooking
and tho cuisine served.
The French Restaurant
GUB LA FONTAINE, Prop.
Telephone Main 4,
PARK AND WASHINGTON, PORTLAND, OREO.ON
The school where thorough work is done; where the reason is
always given; where confidence is developed; where bookkeeping
is taught exactly as books are kept In business; where shorthand is
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds of
bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success in
life; where thousands more will be. Opca nil the year. Catalogue free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL.
State Normal School.
Graduate of the ftchool are lit couttaut
demand ut naUrloi ranging from (0 to flOQ
per month. Student take the itate examlna
tion during their coure In the ichool and
are prepared to receive State Certificate on
graduation. Expense range from 1120 to 1 175
per year, Htroug Norma! coario and well
equipped Training Department. The Fall
rrm open Sep ember loth, for catalogue
containing full information, add'et
i, 13. 1. BU'JXEB. E. 1). BKSSI.EH,
DMA SODA, 60.
Missouri and will have ,to be Known.
Don't fall to see her.