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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1903)
Hid Summer Sale
Choice of all Men's
'HIDE OF UMATILLA TffiTr-
fNJOY A GOOD SMOKE ? Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
HUH, mauc nunt-. unvut, mdKcr,
..w ui lllliL.1111
Is truly Its proper name, lor
no rlllc was over made to equal
a Savage. Simplicity In con
struction and operation, and
great accuracy mako tnom sel
clom equalled and never sur
passed, The new 22-cnlIbre
Savage Is a marvel for a small
gun. We have just got n lew
right from the factory and
would llko to liavo you seo
IPSON HARDWARE Co.
Hill St, Headquarters for fishing supplies
nd a frei
ir stock of
a votl lis
I cost M'l
o tonal 01 I
Typewriters for Everybody
$25, $50 and $95
Standard Visible Typewriter Is
liullt to stand the racket. Cannot net
out of alignment. Impossible to
block the type. Writing In colors.
The speediest machine on earth
Come and seo our testimonials.
'.1 (or bai
ises the Taste"
Leal! Brand of
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ft Extracts and Baking Powder
miuffeE & SPICE Co., iS5"1 t
Standard Typewriter is the only ab
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no only typewriter having a tnbu
"itor as a part of its construction,
a"'l without extra charge.
Simple, nono morn durable, and
"Wratlon unchanged, but raako quick
er easier Fifteon to 30 per cent of
j "me saved. Cntnloguo freo.
5e n your old mnchlno In exchange.
SUDEN AND UNEXPECTED
DEATH BY HEART DISEASE.
Residence Nearly Completed-Crops '
Greatly Benefited by Recent Rains!
Marriage of Four Popular Young
People Baptism In the River of,
Athena. July 5. Mr. and Mrs, An-1
one Putter and son, George, of Te-1
Koa, Wash., have been visiting at the
Mni1?L.lllls bro,,lcr. William Putter,,
- ""'h. ami inemis at AlOa and
Pendleton. On their way homo they
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H F.
Ogle at Athena. They expect to
spend a few days In Walla Walla vis
Mr. William Kllgore has just about
completed his new residence and in
tends to move his family in the city
in the near future.
Homer Watts has arrived from Eit
Reno, where he recently graduated
trom the state university.
Mr. Arthur I.ang, of Havana Sta
t on, made a business trip to Athena
this week. He reports after the rain
and cool, cloudy weather, the crops
are looking fine. He thinks his crop
will make an average of 35 bushels
William Weuallen, who was danger
ously ill last week, Is much bettor
and It is hoped to lie tip and around
Mrs. Hrandon, mother of Mrs. O.
O. Chamberlain of this city, was call
ed to Hoppner Tuesday to meet her
son, Clarence Andrews, who lost his
wife and three children in the flood.
The last body to be found was that of
Mrs. Andrews, which was found in a
pool of water two miles below that
city Tuesday. The bodies of her
three children were found early in
H. C. Manela, who has held the po
sltlon of bookkeeper for the Pacific
Coast Elevator Co., for the past two
years in Atliena, has been transferred
to Wnlla Walla. Charles Kennedy of
I'endleton, will probably bo the suc
cessor of Mr. Manela.
John M. O'Harra, of Pea Ridge, has
recently purchased three thorough
bred Poland-China hogs from A. U
Swaggart's famous herd. This pur
chase will be a valuable acquisition
to Mr. O'Harra'B fine stock.
Miss Elsa Rosenzwelg returned
home last week, after spending a few
days with friends at Touchet. She
closed her school last Friday in Frank
lin, where she has been teaching for
the past two months.
Mr. and Mrs. William Tbompkins
left last Thursday for a visit with
friends at Waitsburg.
Miss Ethel (larfield left last Sun
day for a visit with I-a Grande
Mrs. Newt Hales fell ir feet from a
cherry tree In Walla Walla, and is
reported to be dangerously hurt.
Graver Hnys has gone to Pasco,
where lie has employment In a round
house. .Mrs. David Taylor Is rapidly im
proving. She Is able to be up most
of the time.
Mrs. Waterman has gone to Spo
kane to visit her son.
Mr. 11. F. Ogle, of Athena, left the
c!tv en route for his stock ranch at
Willow Springs. He will stop over
night at Pendleton. Mr. Ogle Intends
to mow his crop of rye and look aftei
his slock a few days befoie returning
Mr Frank nerlln and Miss Theresa
Hays were united In marriage at the
home of her father Wednesday after
noon. The bride is the oldest daugh
ter of J. M. Hays, of this city, and Is
n well known and highly esteemed
young lady. The groom Is one of
Athena's prosperous farmers. They
weie united in marriage by Rev. C. A.
Sias pastor of the Christian church
Tliev have a host of friends who ex
tend" their congratulations to the
Arthur Shlck and Jessie Harden
were united In marriage In Pendleton
last Wednesday, both of tills city
They aie all well known here where
they have grown from childhood. Tuc
groom Is one of Athena's young busi
ness men, being a member oi tne Arm
of Shlck & Co. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Harden of
the Athena hotel and is one of the
most popular young ladles of the city.
Sixteen Persons Baptized.
Sixteen persons were baptized by
Rev.' W E. Armfleld. of the M. E.
church in the Umatilla river last
week. Eight from Adams were Im
mersed last Tuesday and eight from
here received the baptismal rites lb.
Very Sudden Death.
Tho sudden and unexpected death
of Air. Saunders occurred in the earl)
hours of last night. The old gentle
man was up watching the flreworks.
He and his wire on going home re
tired early and she soon fe I asleep
but was suddenly awakened by hei
husband's heavy breathing. She Im-
edlatcly called her nearest ne gli
or but ho was dead before medical
aid could reach him. Hear trouble
?s fliu-posed to have been the causo
of death. He leaves a w fe and son
and daughter Earl and Mis Ar.ata,
th- la'ter being absenf
Kicked by a Horse.
Marvin the G year old son of Mr
and Mr William Kllgore of tins city
was HlcUfd in the forehead by a colt, I
BIG CLOTHING SALE
This week we will make one of Special Bargains for all
who wish to outfit for the Fourth of July Celebration.
Many lines are included in the cut, and anyone will find
it worth while looking over our Specials
Our clothing will all be cut 20 per cent from
our regular prices which puts our sale prices
down to about one half the price asked by
others for the same goods. A Special lot of
Men's coats and vests, all wool goods, will be
a main feature of our sale, for they will be
priced at about one half their real value. Wc
have two lots of thee; one lot worth J S to Jo,
sold for only $5. One lot worth S9 to S12 will
be sold at $6 each.
Ladies' .shirt waists, all grades, cut 20 per cent
Ladies' hose, Topsy Brand, fast black, c pair
Ladies' lace hose, 25c, 30c and 35c, special 25c
Misses' hose, alt sizes 7c pair
Calico, any grade in the house 5c yd
Good grade percale, wide 7c yd
Outing llanncl, 9c and 10: qualities 7c yd
Zephyr ginghams, 12c grade 10c yd
All summer drops goods, at special reduction
of so per cent. ,
Agonts for McCali's Pnttorns
cutting a gash about three Inches
long. It was a painful, but not a
serious accident. The little fellow is
getting along nicely.
CIRCUS IN TOWN TODAY.
Norris and Rowe Show to a Large
Crowd This Afternoon.
The much read about, talked about
and advertised Norris & Rowe's big
shows arrived by special train tills
morning. There was quite a largo
crowd of men, women and children
on hand at an early hour to seo tho
hundreds of animals unloaded from
A still greater crowd gathered at
the show grounds to watch the erec
tion of tho big tents and when tho
stiect parado appeared the entire
populace seemed to be on the streets.
There were countless nnlmals of va
rious sizes and kinds from elephants,
to monkeys. Tliero wero scores of
Shetland ponies In the procession,
most of them drawing chariots, cages
and other vehicles.
An Immense crowd filled the tents
this afternoon, and tho unanimous
opinion was that it was one of tho
brightest and best tented shows that
has ever visited this city. The best
thing that may bo said of it is that
it wears well, for it seems to do a big
ger business each time it comes to
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale BO head of cows, 25
calves by side; 10 2-ycar-old heifers,
and 15 yearling heifers.
ELMER SPIKE, Echo, Ore.
F H Taylor, of Portland, attempt
ed suicide Monday night, by taking
tincture of belladonna, in the pres
ence of his family, I
For all climates; heat, cold,
rain, gases, fumes and fire do
not affect it. Comes in
rolls ready for laying. Low
freight charges. Inejpen
sive to apply, cheap in the
first place and lasts for
Scad for booklet.
The Paraffine Paint Co.
Sn Francisco, Seattle,
Portland, Los Angeles
and Denver, Colorado.
It Will Make You l-eelOood
when you get into one of the
collars laundered at this es
tablishnenl if you have been
having your linen done up by
an inferior method Shirts,
collars amd 'cuffs laundered
here is the acme of fine work
and we send them home with
a color and finish that is be
Court ninl Thompson btrectx.
Grand Opening ani Free Concert
OUR NEW STOCK OF CHICKERING, WEBER, KIMBALL AND
OTHERS, IS NOW ON DISPLAY AND MAY BE INSPECTED TO THE
SATISFACTION OF ALL MUSIC LOVERS.
THESE INSTRUMENTS ARE RECEIVING VERY FAVORABLE COM
MENTS FROM AN ARTISTIC STANDPOINT, AND EA8ILY TAKE THE
LEAD "IN QUALITY OF TONE AND FINISH.
JJtmfly Sttlhi sad ip mnio
Kirkman's Full Orchestra Assigned by Best
THE ABILITY TO STUDY AND ARTISTICALLY EXECUTE AN
AMOUNT AND VARIETY OF MUSIC FAR BEYOND THE REACH OF
EVEN THE GREATEST HAND-PIAN 1ST IS AT ONCE CONFERRED UP
ON ANYONE WHO BUYS A PIANO-LA.
an it ireattestt H8tt
THREE MONTHS INSTRUCTION FROM THE BEST PROFE88OR8
IN THE COUNTRY GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH EVERY PIANO
SOLD FOR CASHI
Inland Empire Piano House
Cor. riain and Water Streets.
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