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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1903)
eeK m ooys suits
Running Tuesday and continuing all week we will
Be r,..RrlM Hiscount of 20 DCrcent from our ri.i.
Prnrice on every boys and childs suit in the house.
Here is a en-'"--
suits less 20 per cent $4.00
suits less 20 per cent 3.20
suits less 20 per cent 2.40
suits less 20 per cent 2.00
suits less 20 per cent 1.4o
Rear of Dry Goods Department
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
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tboe ork at Teutsch's.
half soles 40c. Teutsch.
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list received a new Hue of Jap
roitj different styles of extension
s com (5 to 30. Rador s.
"E Sldelo," the best cigar made, at
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1 hr.nw.itis. T O
lutd-Clrl to take rare of child.
(name. Apply airs. na :er. izus
m hundred and sixty acres. Half
bottom land. Good imnrove-
11600. E. T. Wade.
Castle's for fresh fish.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Dining tables fS and .up. Rader's.
Pecan Sundae, Schmidt's pharmacy.
Fresh strawberries dally. Hawley
Gedney's Queen olives. Hawley
Store for rent, inquire of Chris
Have your shoes repaired at
CONTRACT FOR SEWER PIPE
SIGNED THIS AFTERNOON.
Loan of $400 Authorized and $1,500
Collected on an Inoebtedness New
Ordinance Passed Relating to Fines
for Disorderly Conduct Regular
Wanted Ironers. Apply Pendleton
For alfalfa hay, see G. W. Rlgby,
704 Thompson street.
Try the Palm, 221 Court Btreet,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
$4.45 and $4.85 for two styles fold
ing go-carts. Strongly made. Nolfs.
Fresh strawberries. Oliver & Co.
Seeds, package and bulk. Hawley
22 styles new paper napkins, extra
line jme tissue ana crepe paper.
Camas Prairie stock ranches, 1G0 to
1.000 acres. Prices right. E. T
Hanlon's cigar store, headquarters
for smokers' supplies, Association
Blacksmith shop In Pendleton for
sale. See Earnhart, Association
We call attention to the Owl Tea
,House "Throw 'em out" sale. It will
i bear looking into.
wanted Job by young man, any
kind of work, city or country; best
of references. Tel. Red 14.
WAVC TIT T? A -T--..
" line of Cut Glass will
"?' Picking" for Inne
'he stock is new anrl
Kl?ns manv n n lino it tiff I
, win surprise you.
m w w h n m m
ruiitui nranr i f
'to a lot of it
tLER and OPTICIAN
For Sale The Delta candy store,
Doing a fine business. Owner In
poor health. E. T. Wade.
For Rent Suite of rooms, nicely
furnished, one block and a half west
of Main street. Inquire 208 Alta.
Houser always furnishes good
meat. Send In vnnt- nrripr Mnrlrpt
lor June, Alta street, opposite Savings Bank,
Commencement day gifts, books,
stationery, fancy dishes, silver novel
ties, fine perfumes. Nolfs.
Hazelwood Ice cream bricks at
Ward's. Three flavors vanila, straw
berry and chocolate. Price 50 cents.
Experienced threshing machine
hand doslres position as tender or
engineer, latter preferred; 14 years'
experience; best references. Charles
Storkey, Cottcrell, Ore.
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale BO head of cows, 25
calves by side; 10 2-year-old heifers,
ami lb yearling lieirers.
ELMER SPIKE, Echo. Ore.
ioc cake, 3 cks.
wwJi aneat.and mo,,t careful house-trnnt?i-.are
?tfP acted with the
trouble and. discomfort of bed bui?s.
ta uotJ wte minute but
nd" .t??0 rellaWe buK destroyer
I1'" L? t 'hem at ouoe.
WW Z0 B09 DESTUOVKR li
"dMt?f.??whe.rt l.hV a bid. and
'f Urgo bottle wlto sprlnlcler top
rttdjr to uie
JCoeppens Drug Store
Ytt wm know what pure loecresm
bottle the best
you ever had
for the com
tartar 15c pkg.
NugRet toe 1
a delicious dll, c( i
Ice crenm and 1
nut ilcejilDK i
The council met in regular session
last evening with F. B. Clopton in
the chair, and Aldermen Howard,
Hartman, Johnson, and Sommervlllo
After the leading and disposal of
the minutes. Chairman Clopton an
nounced that ho would like to meet
the city attorney and the sower com
mlttee at 4; 30 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon to finally slcn nn thn mn.
tiact Tor the sewer, both as to the
construction work and the pining.
wnicn latter contrnct hmi tint
been signed by the cltv.
A liquor license was crnntp.i tn v
J. Bacon & Co. for the term nf slv
The council authorized the record
er to make a loan of $400 to Charles
uiurpuy, laKing as security a mort
gage on a lot owned by him, and sit-
uuieu normwesi or town adjoining
tho Hartman property. The money
was to be drawn from Hip ppnpml
The council granted nermlsslnn tn
w. y. uurgess to pay $1,500 on a loan
of $3,000 which he had got from the
city some time ago. The permission
was given provided Burgess pav the
interest on the amount which was due
Disorderly Conduct Ordinance.
An ordinance was Introduced and
passed at the session last night as a
substitute for ordinance No. 12, relat
ing to the disorderly conduct in the
city, and prescribing penalties for
lhe new ordinance removes the
minimum fines and Imprisonments
in cases of disorderly conduct and
Imposes a maximum of $50 and im
prisonment for not more than 20 days.
By this arrangement, the court may
use his discretion In punishment.
When, as was the case In the old
ordinance, the minimum was $5 and
a Jail sentence, the court could not
hold youthful offenders as petty mis,
demeanors without undue severity,
and the new provision is Intended to
remove this defect.
Section three provides for the pun
ishment of simple assault. In the old
ordinance no one could be prosecut
ed for less than assault and battery.
The city had to prove the beatlug of
the delendant In order to convict.
The new ordinance provides a fine of
not less than $50 or Imprisonment
for not more than 20 days.
Monthly Salary List.
Tho council also considered the sal
ary list for the month Just passed,
and allowed the same. The names of
the city officers and their salaries as
drawn, are given below:
J. W. Scheer, city marshal. . .$100.00
John Armstrong, deputy city
marshal , 75.00
D. Turner, deputy city marshal 70 00
John Brown, deputy city mar
shal (20 days) 50.00
Thomas Fits'. Gerald, city re
Charles H Carter, city attor
W. It. Wlthue, file chief 10.00
Sam Osborne, janitor 4.00
Pendleton Savings Bank, lent 37.50
George Darvcau, rent of pound S.OO
Pendleton Water Commission
water for hydrant 100.00
J. R. Means, Btreet commis
sioner (22 days) 55.00
I For Summer Wear
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
Ages 3 to 10 years
We've been to see the President and are glad we went.
Saw the largest crowd of good nattired people we've
seen in many a day and they all seemed glad they were
there, God speed the parting guest and now once
more to business.
White Mercerized Oxford,
t inchse wide, 25c qualities
White Pique firm quality 25 cent
Good qualities Qingham 10c, now
ioc values 6c
i2ic values 8c
25c values 15c
Ginghams, one line 25c
White Dotted Swiss
25c qualities i9c
33jc qualities 25c
50c qualities 35c
32 inches wide,
By Express today
Chataline Bogs, with chains 5oc
Shirt Waist Sets 25c to 50c
Belt Pins, very latest 1 5c to 50c
Red, twin strap sandals . 60c
Black kid, fancy strap sandals 60c Z
Patent Lea, Sandals 75c f
Court ties $1.00 to $1.23
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
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A boy from 14 to 17 years of age
wanted to work In the East Oregon
I can furnish flue range on the
Grande Ronde river, 20 miles from
Elgin; land owned by private parties
Address Box 44, Ijx Grande, Or,
Boiler for Sale.
Twenty horse-power Hue tubular,
In good condition; Inquire at the Do
CAVALRY HORSES SCARCE.
rmy Officers and Contractors Here
Looking for Good Mounts.
Colonel P U Hatliuwav. of the
quartermaster's' department at Van
couver, C. R. Reynolds anil i. J.
Kneffer, both of the same place, Lleiu
Edward Cobert, of Walla Wulla. and
H. iletzger ol Portland, the latter
havlug a contract to furnish horses
for the united States cavalry service, ,
are all registered at tho Hotel St.!
George. The gentlemen are here look- J
lug for horses and report it as almost ,
impossible to find stock suitable for
their purpobes. The government re- j
quires horses from 15 to 10 hands:
high, and from 950 to 1500 pounds in!
weight. , I
The commission has in view a uanu
which thev will examine today m
hopes of finding something suitable
Weston Normal Regents in session.
Colonel J. II, Haley and R. Alexan
der of Pendleton, accompanied jy J.
W. Scrlbor and F. AI. Faxon, of Baker
City, left for Weston this morning,
where they will attend the meeting of
the board of regents for the Weston
Normal school. At this meeting all
ot the officers lor me ensuing jrai
will Ik; re-elected and tho accounts
of the Institution for the past year
will be audited.
Three-quarter sections of good
wheat land, of which one-nan is in
grain, and all lies five miles' north
east of the city A dwelling, two
harns and other ouiuuuaings, una a
good water system, uau ai uin
&. Co.'e grocery, or at the home of u
W Rigby, 704 rnompsou street.
HERE ARE A FEW
The Nolf Store
13686 American Flags
168 Fine Quality Base Balls
18780 Sheets Tissue Paper
1345 Rolls Crepe Paper
buying in large lojLs, we certain
ly can make you some interesting
3 Rolls Galloways Medi
cated Toilet Paper . .
250 Size 5 Enve
Repair your homes or places
of business by having them paint
ed or papered.
Large and nicely selected
stock ol wall paper and paints.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street,
The walk, the ride, the hunt,
or a spin on onr wheel arc not to
be enjoyed unless you are correct
AIwuvh think of this store as the one
' most likely to have what you waut.
We'll get it ir i'n w iks nau.
The Nolf Store
FLAGS AND FIREWORKS
One of the finest residences In
I'endleton 1) rooms all modern im1
provements; pretty lawn; complete
$6,500. $2,500 down, balance on time.
Another residence 7 rooms, with
until, sewerage, electric lights; pretty
lawn, shade trees, within three blocks
of Main street, 12,500.
Other houses and lots from suoo to
Nice residence lots, $150, 50 and
Easy Terms, Where Desired.
E. D. BOYD. Ill Court Street
Our Shoes Show
the Correct and
Latest Styles in
or Occasions of
Pleasure : : :
You oan't go wroag in them
BUY AND BE PLEASED AT
Shoes to Fit '
S2.50 to $4
Cor. Court aiul Mkbi fat.