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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1903)
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jlrAnniversary Sale cieatcs the
The Alexanj; Ann
t noct Wnr rtirrr.t from
jtart Monday With This Event
, Jmner napkins, 83c Joz.
I su d'l stitch hose, sac pair.
z' Udf in Liberty neck ribbon, 16c yd.
rLbll isfeckind, stripes and checks,
:d5' S pearl buttons, all sizes, 4 doz.
Za6dics drop stitch vests, all sues, ,40 each.
,7 ladies u,"t . ,. 1 t,:,l. o tmir
Slde elastics, lacucs anu ' - 1
mitally Look at Our Ladies Shoe Display
vuu 1 1 1 it " ' mn i'i
Grand Trunk Gold Mine l
mpter, Uregon, uoiu immiis uiomn.
. .l-j tho HDP AT MOTHRP E
5 locaicu ujwii niw - - - r
LODE svstem or veins anu nas iur ucigu-
tors on inai : " w.. c
lines as the INOK in pule: vaiueu at
RlO.000,000. inetULUmDift vaiueu au
55.000,000. UULLUIUrt vaiueu i jw,-
00,000. THE MONMOTH Q. M. CO'S t
iELLE dAKcK mine vaiueu hl uu,-
miir n 1 I r MAIIMTAIV nalnarl nt- r
BOO. I II U DALU lllUUMinin vaiuwu ul
mitr-t innv 1 1 1 . P
5500,000. inu idea yuiucu ai J4UU.
000, and many others.
LITTLE DAMAGE TO FRUIT
BY RECENT COLD SNAP.
William Clark Sells 20 Acres of Land
for $4,200 J. H. Gcptry Purchases
the I. 'N. Davis Property Mr. Roh
erman Leases the Rose Building.
Milton. April 12. The cold snap
last week did little damage to fruit
In this vicinity .
Mrs. V. Brown, of Adams, Is the
Kucst of Mr. and Mis. V. M. mown,
of this city over Knster.
The Williams family, who have
been confined to their homes for the
nast eight weeks, were released last
Charlie Wright, who has been ab
sent from this city for several years
returned home a few days ago. He
has been In Louisiana.
Harry Hague is visiting his sister
at Hot Lake, Union county, where
she has been for some time for medi
Miss Myrtle Salt returned home
lioni Weston last week, where she
has been attending school since lart
Miss OPitle Couts, who has b?on
living with her uncle, Mr. Ferguson,
has returned to her home in Seattle,
where her parents reside.
Deputy County Assessor C. l Weiss,
of Lower Dry Creek, was In town Sat
urday, hunting up those who owned
property In his territory.
William Clark sold 20 acres of lapd
near the stato line last week, to Mr.
Cloak and Suit
Claud Trunk Gold Mining and Milling Go.
Ilti Property Cons'stlnc of 160 Acres of Rich (lold Bearing Veins
Has sold lis entire stock
to The People Ware
house. The entire ine
of new and heatoimblti
stock of Suits. Skirts,
WnUtn, Petticoats anil
UucieriiiiislliH is lieiug
ottered at such a Sacri
fice as will clear tliem
out in a few days'.
Eaganj of Walln Walla, for $4200.
Mrs. Matlle Hoon returned homo
from Los Angeles Cal., last week ac-
companlcd by he daughter, Mrs. Hod
rick. J. H. Gentry, who has been In tho
Kast for somo time, returned tho first
of tho week, bringing with htm his
wlfo. to whom ho was man led while
In Onlonn .Kansas. They have pur
chased the I. Nr. Davis property, which
consists of a house, two lots, also tho
furniture and carpets, the considera
tion being $1050. Mr. and Mrs. Davis
give possession next Monday and will
move Into Mrs. Wormington's house,
opposite William McQueen's, for the
Kohcrmnn has leased the Hose
building, near the new opera bouse,
for a period of five years, and Is hav
ing a stono over lined with brick
built. Mr. Uoherman had some notion
of locating In Freewater, but did not
llku the "ozono" there very well,
hence will lemaln In Mlltt.u.
Asa Troyer graduated from the My
ers College of Kiubaliniti;; In Port
land, tho (list of the month with high
honors, and Is now a full-fledged em
balmer. Ho has entered upon his du
ties as such In Mr. J, N. Stone's under
and furniture store.
Excellent Easter Services.
The Kaster services of tho M. K.
churches of this city last Sunday were
somewhat above the ordinary services
on such occasions. Tho houses were
made beautiful and a'iactlvo by flor
al decorations. A unique program, ap
propriate to M10 occasion, was ren
dered and It was a day long to be re
membered by the children of tho two
.Mr. Frank Wilson, Milton's genial
and accomodating general delivery
man and Miss Lulu McKtnley, tho
esteemed daughter of 13. McKlnley
of this city, were married Wednesday,
April S, 11)03, in Walla Walla, by the
Hev. ,1. M. Morris, pastor of the
Christian church at that place. Tho
high contracting parties aro well
known In Milton, and all Join In wish
ing them unbounded Joy In their new
journey of life.
It's Up To You
If you want goods at cost and less than cost, take advan
tage of this chance. Positively on June tst this greatest of all
bargain sales ceases.
ED EBEN 1
Methodist "Field Day."
Yesterday was "field day" for mis
sions In tho Methodist Episcopal
church. The collections for missions
yesterday amounted to $2lf, which,
with the monev on hand, makes a
i total for the missionary fund of $220.
There were s;ven additions to tho
church yc-Uerday. nil being baptized
at the morning service. There were
also five conversions yesterday. Tho
program in tho evening, In which the
chlulren were tho exclusive perform
ers, was the excluslvo production of
Mrs. A. J. Owen. Mrs. 1. .1.. French
and Miss Hoscno ICppel, besides being
staged by them.
It has no indebtedness of any character.
It has a conservative mining and business management.
It i offprint cn.onn shares of stock at rse ner share.
.. 0 ' - 1 --
It will become a dividend payer in a short time.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and to make
careful investigation of its merits.
Il has the indorsement of mining men, business men and
bankers of Eastern Oreeon.
Write us today and let us post you.
&. Suit Hoase
H. S. McCallum & Company,
Miners, Brokers and Financial Agents, f
BAKER CITY, OREGON. t
Or R. S. BRYS0N, Local Agent, Pendleton, Oregon. t
Weekly Mining Letters on Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining
District tree on Application. I
W DO YOU
w store can never be
unless It advertises
expect people to knoiv wha
vou have to sell If vou don't
Excursion to Walla Walla.
! Through J. W. Maloney's uniemlt
j tins efforts, an excursion train to
! Walla Walla has been secured for the
I Ifith Thursday next. It will leave
I here at C, o'clock In tho evening,
i I'harp, and return before C o'clock the
I next morning. One fnrc for tho round
trip will bo charged. U Is stated
I that 100 Knights will go to Walla
Walla on this train from Pendleton.
Go where they . 1 go, to
1 Robinson's Amusement t
Howling, Shooting, Pool
I Corner Main and Webb StB.
I Makes Final Account.
I H. J. Dean, attorney for Mrs. Annie
I Mclntyre, administratis of tho es
I tato of Donald Mclntyre, deceased,
j has Hied Mrs. Mclntyro's final ac
' counting of tho affairs of the estate.
I Tho accounting shown that peiRonnl
propeily to the valuo of $15,000 has
been sold, which belonged to the es
tato, and that there remains unsold
jcalty to tho value of $10,000.
A Thoughtful Man,
M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ind.,
knew what to do In tho hour of need.
His wlfo had such an unusual case
of stomach and liver tiouhle, physi
cians could not help her. Ho thought
of and tried Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills
and sho got relief at onco and was
finally cured. Only 25c at Tallman &.
Co.'.s drug store.
RAZER OPERA HOUSE
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MONDAY, APRIL 20
America's Foremost Classic Actor
MFo fear Be 0
Accompanied by MISS MARIE DR0FNAH and a Superb Company
in Shakespeare's wittiest and most perfect comedy
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Positively the most Samptooas and Best Cast Legitimate Production
on Tour. Order Your Seats Well Ahead.
P.. Cf CA Cf AH 7ZraA50c
Tho Church of the Redeemer will
hold a reception at tho Parish house
this evening at 8:30, In honor or the
members of tho last confirmation
class Mrs Wilkinson nml daughter.
Clara, Miss Froomu, Miss Ilean, Miss
Josio Hoso, Mrs. Dr Keyes and Percy
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Mokl Tea.
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes you
eat, sleop, work nnd happy. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money back. 2C
cts and 60 ts. Wrlto to W H. Hook
er & Co.. Huffalo, N. V., for a free
sample. V. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
To Improve Mission Church.
A thousand dollar contract has been
let to Jack KJng for remodeling and
making other Improvements upon tho
Catholic mission church. Father Ha
gam's dwelling and tho Sisters' dwel
ling on tho reservation. This will
cover a number of much needed ro
panrs. In addition there will bo con
siderable repainting and fixing up of
If you are troubled with Impure
blood, Indicated by sores, pimples,
headache, etc., wo would recommend
Acker's Blood Elixir, which wo soil
under a positive guarantee. It will
nlwayu cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic
poisons and all blood diseases. 50 cts
and $1.00, P. W. Schmidt & Co.,
3 packages Sioux Si arch, 25c.
3 lbs. Gold Dust 20c.
3 boxes Spices, 25c.
3 2-oz. bottles Extracts, 25c.
1 1 - lb. can ground Chocolate, 25c.
Baker's Cocoa, 25c.
Granulated Beet Sugar per sack, $5.45.
Granulated Cane Sugar per sack, $5.80.
Mocha and Java Coffee, per pound, 30c
4 packages A. & H. Soda, 25c.
6 bars Owl Soap, 25c
5 bars Cocoanut Oil Soap, 5c.
Semi-porcelain Cups and saucers, dozen,
Semi-porcelain 7-in plates, per doz., 81c.
Semi-porcelain Pie Plates, each 5c.
Common Lamp Chimneys, each 6c
Woven Wire Wash Boards, each 39c
8-Qt. Granite Tea Kettle, each 73c
Everything else at corresponding prices
Come in and See for Yourself
OWL TEA HOUSE
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and sa v e
13 u i Idin g paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
Bar in connection.
Bet. Alta & Webb Jits.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Waltera, Proprietor
Capacity 160 burreli a dy
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, eU
always oa baud.
Thu climax in perfection is
When you want the Best,
come to us and get
Our line of groceries is
complete. Wu sell cheap
Miller Grocery Co.
636 Main Street
Phone Main 51 1
One of tho Uncut residences In
Pendleton 11 rooms all modern Im
provements; pietty lawn; complete
$6,500. $2,500 down, balance on time.
Another rosldonco 7 rooms, with
bath, soworage, electric lights; pretty
lawn, shade trees, within three blocks
of Main street, $2,500.
Other houses and lots from $000 to
Nlco residence lots, $150, 950 nd
Much Other Town Properly, and
Eay Termt, Where Detiied.
G. D. BOYD, II! Court Street