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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1903)
Tomorrow morning Tuesday, Attest 4
we pigeon sale J48 wrappers wS
most be closed out at once? ThT fo
lowing prices will sorely do it :
te.oo Wrappers at ,i.r0
'75 " ,
Don't overlook the big shirt waist sale
1 5c and up.
Teutsch's Big Department Store
Corner Main and Alta
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1903.
FATHERS IN ISRAEL i
NOTES ON A FEW OF THE
OLD MEN OF PENDLETON.
"Grandpa" Blair Tells Why His Son
Is a Republican Unusual Record
of This City for Old People Below
's Only a Partial Enumeration of
See Sharp for paper banging.
K'-eHh fruit ilnlly at Martin's.
Fresh runch orbs at Kemlor's.
Ilst bIioo work at Teutsch's.
A-e you going to Lehman Springs?
For the liest bread, get Itohrman's.
HSncKboiTlcs by the elate at Kern
ier'h Why don't you go to Lehman
liny u fountuln pen this week at half
price nt Frnnlor'H.
Heceived dally, fresh tamales,
crabs and crawfish at Gratz's.
Mi Prcforida, tho best cigar made,
Hi olgnr store. Court street.
Han't lot cigars got tho best of you
gpt the best of cigars. Hanlon's.
Roods that arc right at prices that
an' right nt Hndor's furniture store.
All kinds of Imported and domestic
lunches and clam chowder at Gratz's.
We have fruit Jars ami fruit jar
extras rubbers, covers, etc, It. Robr
man An you going cuniping? U C na
iler's camp Htools. folding tables and
Come nnd see us the first day.
Open August SO, Hilly Krasslg's old
htand. Sullivan & Ilond.
First premium, $10 mandolin; sec
ond premium, $?, music wrnpimr. given
away with Hlieot music Inland Em
Pin. I'lnno House, HOI .Main.
Visitors uro nlwnys welcome at the
Hosb Ice & Cold Storage plant. Come
and seo for yourself how tho Ice is
made Wo are always pleased to show
any one over the plant and explain
anything you may not understand.
-A bell boy at Hotel Pen-
limit be always n-kiiig come
one for the right time, haven
reliable watch of yourtm n. No
mutter what your taste, your
needs, your price, we can withfy.
Prices, $1.25 to $t 50.00
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Next iIiHir tn K Alciiiliil'
Fresh fruits at Kemler's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Ladles' half soles 40c. Teutsch's.
tleT"8'' nSl'' Eam n'Ul ,ouItry- Cas'
Oct your clothes cleaned at Joer-ger's.
New books arriving dally at
i-.iuis iiook store.
Wanted Machinist and moulder at
Try the Palm, 221 Court street,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
Tents, camp stoves, camp stools,
etc., at Rador's Furniture store.
100 nice visiting cards, neatly
printed, -19c. Try them. Nolf's.
lluy sheet music of us and draw a
prize. Inland Empire Piano House.
See Charles Lane about your nalnt-
Ing and paper hanging; SO" Vincent
At and below cost all summer, mil
linery, especially patterns. Mrs,
Will open August 20, with complete
lino oi men's turulslilng goods. Sul
livan & Ilond,
Wanted Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Address W. H
C, care EaBt Oregonion office.
Will be open August 20. Complete
lino of men's furnishings, near Joe
llasler's furniture store. Sullivan &
Estimates given on short notice on
painting and paper hanging. Charles
Lane, the pioneer painter, S07 Vin
Good meat in summer must he
j taken care of. That's tho kind you
get at Houser's, Alta street, opposite
J Savings Bank.
Prizes awarded when 150 tickets
are given out. Ticket with every 35c
sale of sheet music. Inland Empire
I Piano House.
There are no secrets about the pro
cess of manufacturing ice at the Hoss
Ice & Cold Storage plant. Come and
see how It Is done and you will see
that thcie Is no ammonia, alcohol or
any other substance whatever added
to the distilled water to aid in the
Pendleton is a place of good sani
tary conditions nnd of pure air, and
in the city the people live to ages as
tonishing to other localities where the
chief thought of the Inhabitants wak-
s mi sleeping is how to exist.
The other day Dr Smith n mil
to attend J. E. Scales tor some lit-
J temporary ailment, and lu talk-
"B wim mo old mnn found that the
UlOck UDOll Which Ihn nl,1 tmi, ll.,
s the home or several people who
have lived the allotted three score
and ten and are still halo and hearty.
Mr. Scales Is 7G years of ngc, while
his wife Is young nt 74.
iirs. wsliop, their next door neigh
""'I ID Oil Y I'M IK Mill mill CUM .iti.
Joying tho life that has been
spared for so long, while
rigiu nack of the Scales' house
lives "Grandpa" Blair, who holds the
record Willi !t.r years to his credit.
-ir. inair is still hale and heart v and
gets as much enjoyment out or life
as he did In the years gone by. when
ne mis a noy. no is an ardent dem
ocrat and In the days that are past
was one of the democratic war horses
oi mo county nnd the state, being nt
one time n member of tho leelslninre
All his life long he lias supported the
ueniocraiio party and lias served it
wen, inn lie has a son now past 70
years, who Is as strong In the Ideas
of tho republicans ns his father is on
me otner side.
Not long ago some one was asking
the elder man how It happened that
he was so staunch a democrat, while
his soon stood so (irmly to tN prin
ciples of the other party. The old
man looked sorrowful for a minute
and shook bis head. "Well," he said
at last, "you know 1 tried to teach
that boy better; but you never could
tell him anything, and 1 could do
nothing with him; but he Is young
yet and when he grows older he will
see that he Is making a mistake and
change over These young men will
have their fling." Grandpa Is per
haps the oldest mnn In the county and
among the oldest In the state
WILL OPEN THURSDAY,
It Pays to Trade at
1 Estray Notice,
i One large bay horse, branded "W"
t on left shoulder; shod In front; S or
I lu years old. One bay horse branded
connected "J H" on tight shoulder,
! star In forehoad, white hind feei
shod In front, S or 10 years old, large
' bill on the owner. Owner can find
I these horses nt
I It. It. COLONS,
Wanted to Rent.
A poitablo steam engine, in good
condition, ready to run, fixed to hum
coal. Apply at onco to American
Hare Packing & Cold Storage Co.,
New Gents' Furnishing House Nearly
Ready for Business.
Charles Ilond and W. J. Sullivan
are busy today fitting up their new
store in the room formerly occupied
by the Krabslg barber bhop. The
shelving will be in place In a day or
so, and the proprietors will begin to
put In their stock. They expect to
open by the 20th of tho month.
While the room Is small In which
the new store Is being started, the
stock will be as complete as any In
the city, nnd In some particulars will
be more so. They will sell everything
from socks and overalls for farmers,
to the highest grade of shirts to ne
found In the wholesale houses, and
all of the goods will be laid down nt
a figure that is reasonable nnd will
please the public.
Mr. Ilond has a line of silk shirts
ami neckties that bus never been seen
In the city. In fact, the whole stock
is one that tho larger stores may well
envy, and one that will bring to the
new place all of thoso who want the
best for the least money. The stock
will be In position nnd the store open
on the 20th, and from that time on
tho public will be able to Judge for
themselves the completeness and the
desirability of the goods theie sold.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
ALL SILK GRENADINES
44 inch wide $1.50 values
Remember: This Price is for 3 Days Only
The Peoples' Warehouse
Outfitters for Women and Men.
.. .... .4 j
uregon Pioneer Association Issues
July Number of Its Publication.
The Quarterly or the Oiegon Histor
ical Society for June, 11103. lias been
lecelved. As usual every article It
1 essary number of American hate, and
(he cannery promises to start out
with a good trade Orders have been
received for sample shipments from
every orlltm of tho country The
cannery people have oKrated a meat
, wagon In the .Echo district for the
i past three months, und have made a
A regular meeting of Damon lodge,
K. or P., will be held In Castle hall,
Monday, August 17. All are especial
ly lequested to be present.
K. of It. and S.
C. C. SHAItP. C. C.
Paper at Echo.
Esteb will begin the publlca-
luwuiK '"" "'" Ur or itideuteclncHH, imving
"Oregon und Its Share in the Civil u tH ,,itcriul. labor mid o
War," by Itobort T. Plan; '"I he dreat tll.tlMH wllh HK.K 1IM(1
contains is of vita lmciesi in i'tn lliW success or the venture The
student oi uiegon msiory. as me iui-; ,.mill,.ry wM Hllir, 01l tt, ,i
lowing table of contents inuicaies: ,ur (), i,,,utt,,jm.HH. imving paid for
nellhi.it Willi Hlri'l. mill llle llirnnm
West and the Two Lasts. ly Mcnr fm, ,., ... WMK0I1
E. Heed; 'Social and Economic His-'
lory of Astoria," by Alfred A. Cleve
land, "A Pioneer Captain of Indus
try In Oregon." by Prof. James It.
Itobertson. In addition a number of
documents relating to Dr. Marcus
Whitman, the emigration or 1842-3,
and tho earlier conditions of the Ore
gon country. Copies of the quarterly
may be secured by applying at the
Society rooms. City Hall. Portland
Lewiston Fruit Crop.
The Lewiston Tilbuno says
TASTE OV It IVJS CUBA M ANJJ
OJtDTNAJiV JCE CUE AM
TS XO LONG EH
WE CUE AM'
WE USE FANNINGS SPUING
WAT 15 R AT OUR FOUNTAIN
The old reliable Log Cabin Soda Fountain is
tho purest and best ot vi-r)
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
0 Htep IVo... Mali. Mreet townrd the Coi.l t ...
tlon of the Weekly Echo, at Echo, on fnt (.ro of 1L gnaUe River district
September 11. The plant has been , wj )(, ,,.!, larger this Far than
ordered fiom Tncoma and Is expected ' ov,,r M;for,. , Wl aggregate 215
to arrive every day. It will U' a (.u,oaaK. jtore sp-el(lcally. It Is es-four-page
folio lo be Issued every tmate, ti,at the shipments will be
Friday. j,ooo boxes of cherries, y.nou crates
of apricots, 25.000 crates of plums 19
Visiting at C. P. Strain's. Hon cratos of prunes. 12.00U boxes of
3 .1 . .. i.... i ,nn
ir n..,i Mrs a li,., -Mel or Knwln. nears. 7.000 nones oi uiim.-b, !,
Kan., nro visiting at tho homo of As
sessor (V P. Strain, in this city. Mr.
and Mrs. Dechtel are Mrs. Stain's pa
rents and will remain In the West
boxes of grapes and 105,(MiO boxes of
peaches. The largest orchardlbt is
William Latollelle. of Wawawal, who
will ship about 75 cars or fruit of his
Seven deaths have resulted fiom 1
the shooting Into u crowd by "Crazy"
Twlgg, at Wlnllold, Kan. K
Another large shipment oj
I new anil stylish tablets
y Prices ranco from toe to u
Sizes, note, packet anilletle
45 lo (jo page each.
I IK UK IS
A Partial Lis
For Rent. i Cannery Will Start.
I have remodeled the upstairs of the The painters are Just tlnlHliIng up
Despain block and have some of tho on the Echo cannery building a d
nicest oinco rooms In the city. Call the whistle will blow for a trial run.
and see them. about September 10 The people of
C. C BEIIKELEY. Echo are preparing to supply the ui
Fraer's Opera Hotise Coupon.
I vote for l sell tickets for Frazer's
Opera House for the coming year. This coupon must be voted at
the East Oregonlan by 7 o'clock Friday evening, August 21.
'Joe on Children' Shoes
'lw on Roy's Shoes
50c on l-itdieri' Shoes
50c on Men's, Shot's
Koyal liiik'libli lioml.
Old Holland I. men
Imperial China bilk.
4.- Sovereign Ilond.
Kmprcss of liulu, etc
I The Very Latest Tablet
Full blue of School Bookianj
One Single Sealed Top Hun
One Double Set of Harness I
One Set Steel Wjon Wheui
One 22 Shoe Grain Drill
Also Five Young Cattle
l nil on or Addroa
H. W. Potter;
Cole's Addition rcudlttou, '