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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1903)
Perfect Fitting Skirts
See Our Corner Window
Our Complete Spring and Summer Line of
Skirts has just arrived from the East, and the
Designs and Materials are the Latest.
Prices Range From
Splendid Values and Elegant Fabrics
ITEUTSCH'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alia Streets.
BRIEF NEWS HATES, i
WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS. 1903.
rch 21. Umatilla County
amen's Association, Commercial
ciation's rooms, Pendleton.
irch 2G Special school election
rch 28 Teachers' Institute at
ril 1 Two townships in Wallo-
aunty to be opened to settle-
11 1 Modern Woodmen county;
I. O. O. F. hall, Pendleton.
11 13 Eastern OreEon Presby-1
ifirlJ 16, 17. 18 Inlarid Empire'
T Bathers' Association. Walla Walla, i
4 State supreme court at Pen-
y s-17 pacinc Coast Congress
ly 20, June 3 Presbyterian gen-
issombly, Los Angeles, Cal.
28, 29 and June 12, 13 Wool
1 Circuit court.
2 Eastern Oregon G. A. R. en-
le 2, 3 and June 23. 24 Wool
le 5, C Wool sales, The Dalles.
9, 10 and June 26. 27 Wool
17 Oregon Pioneer Assocla-
IE, 16 Wool sales, Baker
St. Patrick's Ball.
The St. Patrick's ball, given by
William Martin Union No. 1E5, In the
Armory hall last night, was the
: largest attended and most successful
i public dance given this season. Many
or the dance-going public, who are
) keeping the Lenten period, took ad
I vantage of this night to attend the
I show and afterwards the dance. The
I ball was crowded to the doors and
! standing room was at a premium,
I which, assured the success of the oc
casion financially, and swelled the
treasury of the order considerably.
Mrs. Mary Knight looked after the
affairs of the occasion and the music
was furnished by KIrkman's orches
Stock Farm for Sale.
We have the Jas. Lindsay farm,
near Alba for sale. It consists of 640
acres. 140 acres In timothy: more
than 200 acres in wild hay, which will
grow timothy. A portion will grow
wheat and barley, balance pasture;
abundance of water. All fenced;
Will sell in one, two or three tracts.
Easy terms. Also the George Barn
hardt farm four miles up Wild Horse.
BENTLEY & HARTMAN.
to is, 19 wool sales. Elgin.
23, 24. 25 State Federation of
en's Clubs, Astoria.
6-10 Forty-second annual
ag National Educational Asso-
ast 17 National G. A. R. en-
nent, San Francisco.
leraber 8-11 National irrigation
pss, ogden, Utah.
John W. Blom ,of Despain Canyon,
reports some of the wheat looking in
ferior for a peculiar reason. In some
instances the soil was too well pre
pared that is, it was plowed and
harrowed until, being loose, friable
earth, it became so poreus that much
of the wheat went down too deep and
the fall rains afterward settled the
soil over it, covering it so deep it
could not come up. This accounts
for the reports of winter kill.
i Rent Suite of rooms in East
aion building. Steam heated.
d cold water and bath room on
Soor. Inquire at this office.
aweler ana Optioian
Two weddings are scheduled to take
place soon, so says Madam Rumor.
One in the month of roses, when a
genial knight of the grip will lead
to the altar one of Pendleton's belles
of society and another In September,
the principals being a civil engineer
and a winsome young lady who Is
also a great favorite in society.
Met Old Friend.
James A. Devlin this morning met
very unexpectedly an old friend,
William McMiller, of Ashland, Wis.,
who had stopped off the overland
westbound to make some purchases.
Mr. McMiller was on his way to Port
land. If he does not return and make
his abiding place in Pendleton, It will
not be Mr, Devlin's fault.
An Operator Again.
C. S. Haines has returned to duty
at the O. R. & N. telegraph offices.
For the present he will be night tel
egrapher. He comes here from
Huntington, where he subbed on
night duty for a week. He has aban
doned his fruit farm project near Col
lege Place, Wash.
George W. Nelson has been ap
pointed deputy by State Organizer
Sherwood, of the Maccabees, and the
appointment was confirmed by the lo
cal tent last night. In about two
weeks Mr. Nelson will go to Baker
City to work for the order.
11-room house and lot, 2 blocks
from Main street, suitable for a home
boarding house. Would rent for $30.
Price $3500. N. T. Conklln.
(Hfomia Olive Oil
We have just received a
freHh supply of California
I from tl. ... i r, . u,lvo Oil. We get tills
HroweS " ,Soutliem California. ThU Oil is absolutely
i on can nrnv tiilu tn n..n . .m nr.
fj peceptlble olive flavor. It i,mt f , Auvua ,i r i
hi alni3teirle,t th,s UttVor uud lfc ls not 'ond in auy oil which
E" ttuuumted to any considerable extent. hnn.it nnt.tan.wPfl nil
""-uaimeranU are practically tasteleaa.
75c PINT OR $1.25 FULL QUART BOTTLES
ve Oil for every Mud of frying or wherever you use butter
us? Wl n ?0Ubt con,,der O'ive Oil too expensive for or-
uue, uut It la not. HH ft niiiirt f nil I. ..,1 i.fi .., i..
Shall be phased to show you our oil.
EPPEN'S DRUG STORE
?tcps From Main St., Toward tne Court Hoese
Choice meats at Houser's.
Try Gratz's clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Gratz's.
Best thoo work at Teutsch's.
Fresh fish daily at Castle's.
Clothing cleaned by Joergor.
Sea food fresh at Castle's.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Ladles' half soles 40c. Teutsch.
Drop into Clark & Co.'s for a social
Have your shoes repaired at
Clark & Co.'s new cigar store for
J. D. Hinklo has begun work on his
Rnder has the best furniture polish
on the market,
Clark & Co.'s new cigar store now
open. Ell building.
Hays' cigar store, headquarters for
Smoke "The Pendleton Favorite,"
made by J. Devlin.
Have you had your shoes repaired
at Teutsch? Try him.
Miller, 209 Court street, for choice
chocolates, cigars, fruits, etc.
Imported Hmburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
"El Sidelo," the best cigar made, at
Rees' cigar store. Court street.
Correct styles for this spring are
now shown at Carrier's millinery.
Good, dry cottonwood at P. P. Col
ller & Co.'s. 'Phone, Main 1121,
Wanted Plain sewing by the day
Mrs. Alice Smith, 719 College street.
The Oregon Daily Journal can be
found on sale at Frazier's book store.
The rare creations of the millinery
art on display at Carrier's Millinery.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raley's
addition. Inquire at 403 Alta street
Hammocks, baseball and golf goods,
garden seeds, new card board. Nolf's.
Wanted A competent woman to
do housework. Apply to Mrs. F. E.
Blacksmith shop In Pendleton for
sale. See Earnhart, Association
For Rent Five-room house, two
blocks east of Main street Apply
at this office.
Wanted Two or three dozen chick
ens; Plymouth Rocks preferred. Ad
dress Box 124.
Blue lodge F. and A. M. conferred
the second degree on Richard Nye
If you want a business location on
Main street, come and see me. I have
four. E. T. Wade.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
John Smith, of Walla Walla, will
at once open an agricultural lmple
ment house at Milton.
Furnished housekeeping rooms
wanted on the hill; the higher up the
better. Apply at the Delta.
E. J. Murphy is engaged in painting
and papering James Crawford s new
residence on the north side.
Benjamin Osborne, who lives two
miles east of Milton, will this spring
build a residence on his farm.
This spring's choicest Ideas in
millinery will be on display at Mrs
Campbell's commencing Thursday,
Beautiful 5-room cottage, two lots,
shade and fruit trees, nicely located
Reduced to $1,500. E. T. Wado.
We have our pattern hats now on
display and invite you to call and
stuty the late styles. Carrier. Mill
For Sole Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main street. Good
property at a bargain. Easy torms
E. T. Wade.
Best investment on Pacific Coast
today is in Yakima valley. See the
Nessly-Scott Investment Company
Tne subject of Mr. Wilson's ser
mon at the Christian church tonight
will be "Ten Pendleton Reasons for
Being a Christian."
Four hundred and eighty acres good
level land, good house, all fenced,
plenty of water, 200 acres In barley,
$3,500. E. T. Wade
Chris Brady, of Fulton .who has in
000 acres of wheat, reports his wheat
and that of everybody else In that
neighborhood as looking finely.
Harry Blxby has sold his residence
property on the north side and will
build on another lot owned by him In
the same block. It will be a six-room
Membership cards in the Golf Club
are being Issued upon the payment of
?l. The work of effectively organlz
lng the club will not proceed until
The Elks of Walla Walla will give
a minstrel performance April 14,
which will probably bo repeated. A
few days later the aggregation will
come to Pendleton.
O. T. Douglas, of Weston, has near
ly completed his new residence. The
plasterers are now at work and the
building will be ready for occupancy
by the first of April.
J L. Miller, of the Miller Roller
Mills, at Milton, is enlarging and re
modeling his resldenco, and making
other Improvements upon It. includ
ing repainting and repaperlng It.
Walter Baker's delicious cocoa and
chocolate and also Flgprune cereal,
served free by Miss Farrell, the dem
onstrator AVednesday and Thursday,
at Martin's Family Grocery and Bak
ery. An agreement has been reached be
tween the owners of the Hotel Pen
dleton and the Insurance adjusters In
rlatlon to tho plastering destroyed by
Are and water. The loss was 2,000
Call at Martin's Family Grocery
and Bakery and enjoy a cup of Fig
prune cereals and also Walter Bakor'a
delicious cocoa and chocolate Served
by Miss Farrell Wednesday and
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
This season 1ms brought tunny now and beautiful dross materials to tho front. As
usual wo are the first to show
MISTRALS 111 Grny' Tan' 1Jluo NVliito' Green nml c,,obolin' 45 inchcs wi(iei
In all colors, 45 inches wide,
por yard jjg
In all colors, 45 inchos wide,
por yard 3
Ilnndsomo Uno of
Suitable for Tailor-Made Skirts and Suits in Heavy and Medium Weights,
51 inchos wido during our
100,000 yards Valenciennes Lace, 2c to 20c, at Colobration Salo, lc to 10c yd.
5 pieces Scotch Flannel, worth 29c, this weok at Colobration Salo, 15c yd.
Ladies' and Men's Fancy Hose, worth 50o and 75c, at Colobration Sale, 25c pair.
11 pieces Indian Dimity, regular price 30c, at Colobration Salo, 15c yd.
25 dozen Ladies' Kid Gloves, regular price $1.25, at Celebration Salo, G5c pair.
The Peoples Warehouse
PENDLETON'S LEADING DRY GOODS STORE
Rooms to rent, 407 West Alta
William Harder, of Dry Creek, will
build a large barn this spring. G.
F. Williams has the contract.
Drs. Smith and Itingo have begun
a general overhauling of their office,
and will include repainting .repaper
lng and recarpeting.
Mr. Cockburn, a farmer living east
of Milton, will build a residence this
spring on his ranch. Rulaford &
Putnam have the contract.
John H. Hagen. who lives six miles
north of the city, will enlarge his res
idence and build upon it new porches
and repaint the entire structure. Mr.
Hagen reports all crops fine and the
soil in the finest condition. This in
cludes tho 800 acres of winter wheat
he has sown. He is about to sow 300
acres more of wheat.
The furniture dealers report un
commonly large sales of furniture for
some time past. Especially was this
true of the entire month of February,
which is usually the dullest month in
the year in the furniture trade. There
could hardly be a surer Index of the
finances of the people than the dis
position to buy house furnishings.
It Is Time to Plant
Your Garden Seeds
Now, but your ground must
be broken and made fit to re
ceive them. If you haven't
the proper implements, you
can select anything in this'
line from our high grade
stock of spades, rakes, hoes,
reels, watering pots, rollers,
W.;j. CLARKE & CO., Court Street
Coal Mint Promoter Returns.
S. Andrew Hartman. representative
of the Western Coal and Iron Compa
ny, of Tacoma, arrived In the city to
day after a week's visit at Baker City
and La Grande, in the Interest of the
company. Mr. Hartman succeeded In
placing his" property with several of
the heaw canltallsts of that city and :
feels highly encouraged with his pros- i
pects there. He goes to Walla Walla '
Full line Victor and Reach bats
mitts, balls and gloves.
Halls, 5c to $1. 10
Mitts, too to $3.05
Bats, ioc to 95c
We are showing some good val
ues in sporting goods.
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we hayc
Finest Oysters Frog
i Legs f Clams f Crabs
A fair audience greeted "levers'
Lane" at the Prazer last night Tho
comedy deserved a much better house
as It was replete with genuine mirth-.
provoking situations. It will be clad-1
ly welcomed by lovers of good com-1
eay, should the play come to Pendle
Our line of bulk and package
goods is complete. All 5c papers
of Garden and Flower Seeds at
one-half price, 2c s package.
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a full new
stock of those celebrated
New wrist bags, by express, the
latest novelties. Good values up !
to $1.25 and $1.50 each, here 98c. I
Bead chains and necklaces all ;
colors choice 25c.
i? and Lobsters
and other salt and fresh
$2.50 Shoes The Nolf Stoe
we had j
j nV-Ja we had .
Office and School Supplies
Books and Stationery
Tloj)liouo Main 4
FREE! FREEH FREE!!!
Our large 68 page illustrated seed catalogue,
have arranged to keep them cons
tantly on hand, so you had better
try a pair.
DESCRIPTION Vici kid, Good-
year welt, patent tip, smooth 1
insole, flexible and new spring I
last, lace. !
Where Wkole Faailiw Are
LILY, BOGARDUS & CO.'S
Garden, Flower and Field Seeds. These seeds are grown in
the Pacific Nortnwest country and arc right at home in this
soil and climate. Th6y are hardy and adapted to this section.
You take no chances in getting a good crop trom these seeds.
Our large 68 page catalogue contains much valuable infor
mation and con be had by asking for it at our store or writing
us and we will mail you one.
Thompson Hardware Co. ,
62 X Main Street
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