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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1904)
GALL REV. VAN NUYS
I HATS HATS HATS!
LA GRANDE MAN MAY BE
PASTOR IN PENDLETON.
DAILY EAST ORE QONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1904.
All the New Spring Shapes and Colors
and PEARL GREY
The Latest Shades For Spring i9o4
See-display in north window.
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTAJ
U C Rader. Get Sunny.
Swell Bllppers at Teutsch's.
Fresh fruit daily at Martin's.
Best shoe repairing at Teutsch's
Fresh taffy at Miller's, Court
Furnished rooms at 407 Alta
Boy wanted at this office to learn
New ready made skirts arriving
a iv ni reuiscu s.
Two nicely furnished rooms to
Children's school shoes that wear
Good piano for rent. Address
"Aclirav" linen uaner. tne latest.
ou s hook ana notion more.
smokers get satisfaction at now-
Several loads of cinders for the
111.... Til ..I !..,,..,, ,.... In mlioln
Eller Piano House, Court street.
UllC W 1 II 1 .11 W l .1 L.I.J .1 .
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Good second-hand organ
easy terms. Auuress j,
fine high grade piano
eap, must ue tor casu.
care East Oregonlan.
megys' 222 East Court street.
RATIFIED THE CANAL TREATY,
sailed from hero on the Mayflower
today for the Carlhhean Sea.
Washington, Feu. 23. John Gat
her, the mining engineer of CallfoT-
nla, to whom Roosevelt tendered a
place on the Isthmian canal commIs
slon, declined to serve. Owing to this
fact the sending of the names of the
commissioners to the senate, which
it was expected would he done to
morrow, may be delayed a few days.
Of the seven members of the
hoard, the following have been prac
tically decided upon: Rear Admi
ral Walker, General Davis, Frank
Hecker, of Detroit; Alfred Noble, of
the Pennsylvania railway.
The Irrepressible Conflict.
Washington, Feb. 23. The au
prerae court -today in the case from
Alabama, Involving the right of a
negro to register, declined to take
the case under consideration, on the
ground that no caiiBo for federal in
terference has been Bhown. This
leaves the Alabama constitution
with Its provisions against colored
voters, still In effect.
Naval Appropriation Bill.
Washington, Feb. 23. The house
resumed consideration of the naval
Local Church Will Formally Invite
Him Possibility That President
Bleakney Will Resign Academy
Affairs More or Less Uncertain.
Rev W. S. Holt, of Portland, re
turned yesterday evening from a
trip to La Grande, and went this
morning to Milton for a short visit,
expecting to return this afternoon.
This evening he will meet with the
board of managers of Pendleton
Academy, which will take up the
discussion of the work of tho school
for the rest of this year and map out
a plan of future work for the Insti
tution. For some time there has been talk
of President Bleakney resigning,
but it is thought now that he can Lo
persuaded not to do so and to "e
main here for tho coming year.
It has been decided by the Pres
byterian church that at their meet
ing lo be held on Wednesday; a week
from tomorrow a call be Issued to
Rev. W. L. Van Nuys, of La Grande,
asking him to come to this city and
take charge o the Presbyterian
Whether or not Mr. Van Nuys will
accept Is not definitely decided, but
it is thought that he will, in which
event Pendleton will secure one of
the most prominent divines In the
Eastern Oregon and Washington dlS'
NOT A LUXURY
An accurate timepiece is a
necessity for the timing of
the day's business.
I he Waltham, Dueber and
Elgin movements, in solid
gold, gold-filled, silver or
Best repairing at moderate
be Progressive Jeweler
726 Main Street
"Said Pasha" Very Good.
The Olympla Comic Opera Com
pand presented "Said Pasha to n
fair sized audience at the Frazer
last night. The company very ably
piesented this comic opera and de'
served a better house than they got.
They played a week's engagement in
Baker City and enjoyed n large pat
ronage but the counter attractions
here last night worked against them
There will be a special meeting of
the Sportsmen's Association at 8 p
m., February 23, at council rooms.
Northwestern tournament business
to he -transacted. By order of
S. R. THOMPSON,
Full Feeding Cattle.
W. L. Simonton, a cattleman of
Gurdane, was in the city today for
a short business trip. Mr. Simon1
ton Is feeding a number of cattle for
the market, having them at a ranch
Superintendent of Telegraph,
E. A. Kllppel, or Portland, the su
perlntendent of telegraph for the O,
R. & N., was a business visitor in
the city yesterday, having come to
look after the condition of the lines
in this part of the state.
A man cannot cover his woil's by
condemning God's ways.
One little group of supplies,
coffM (Uvoriog litiull
makes no trouble to you or
CREAM OF TARTAR.
We have to keep the chemically pure kind
for medicine. The same kind is none too
good for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
article here to, 15, 30 and 60 cent packages.
Our aim is to sell drugs and chemicals that
are just a little better than you find in every
The Popular Price
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
A. C. Mills, of Echo, Is in the city
for a short visit on business.
B. F. Wells, the new postmaster at
Meacham, is In the city today.
J. W. Stamper, of Birch Creek,
was in the city on business today.
J. W. Davis, of Athena, was the
guest of friends In the city yester
day. Mrs. Lee Moorhouse left this
morning for Athena for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Porter, of
Meacham, are in the city today tho
guests of friends.
Mr. und Mrs. Gordon Menzles :e-
turned this morning from their wed
ding lour in California.
Miss Celeste Llston, of Salem, re
turned this morning after having
attended the convention.
Peter Taehello, one of the pros
perous larmers east of the city, was
a Pendleton visitor today,
Mrs. Alice Kleth, of Albion, Wash.,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nelson
Swaggart, of Garden street.
J, A. Gavltt, of Bluff -street, wno
Is seriously ill with the grip, is re
ported much Improved today.
T. B. Swearengen was a business
visitor In Echo today, going down
on the delayed train at noon,
W. J. Davis, of Athena, was a vis
itor in the city yesterday on IjiihI
ness, returning this morning.
Ji A. Rockwood, tho president of
the state Christian Endeavor Union,
left this morning for Portland.
Ezra, Kelty, one of the promt
nent lanchers of Milton, Is In the
city today for a short 'business visit.
Miss Prudence Patterson, who has
been attending the convention as a
delegate from The Dalles, left this
Edward Thompson, of Walla
Walla, returned to his home this
morning after a short visit In this
city with relatives.
Miss Myrtle Smith has been con
fined to her bed for several days
with a severe cold and neuralgia,
but Is now convalescent.
Miss Laura Holm, of I -a Giande,
visited Gair and Gertrude Huffman
for a short time following the Chris
tian Endeavor convention.
Charles D. Gabrlelson, an Insur
ance man, and a prominent resident
of Salem, Is at the Pendleton for a
short business visit In the city.
Pletro Bellomo, a child of Italy,
today filed his, intention of becoming
one of the sub'jects of Uncle Sam, nt
the office of the county clerk.
Rev. W. S. Holt, of Portland, re
turned to his home -this morning,
after a short visit In this city to it-
tend the closing day of the conven
W. M, Peterson, the lawyer of
Athena, returned homo this morning
after having transacted business in
the city yesterday and attended the
Christian Endeavor convention.
Pete Smith, the day man at the
Hotel St. George bar, is In bed
again with a relapse of the grl,i,
having gone to work too soon after
having gotten up from a former attack.
Mrs. Elizabeth Dalgllt.li, of Port
land, and Miss Elizabeth Dalglesh, (f
Salem, have returned to their homo
after a short visit in this city at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-Court.
The Peoples Warehouse
Instructor on the Piano,
Miss Hazel Bickers will glvo In
structions in piano playing to a lim
ited number of pupils at her studio
at Eller Piano House. Miss Bickers
Is a very successful instructor and
able musician, and parents having
children whom they wish to have
tike music lessons would do well to
see Miss Bickers and have them en
ter the class which she Is now starting.
The meeting of the stockholders
of the Oregon Building and Loan
Association will bo held at tho office
in this city Tuesday, February 23,
190-1, at 8:30 p. m., for the purposo
of reducing the capital stock and to
Imestlgato and make some changes
In Article II, Sec. 2, regarding re
ducing the reservo fund stock.
R. ALEXANDER, Pres.
C. W. BROWNFIELD, Sec'y.
A. KUNKEL (D Co., Proprietors
A la Barb Wire
Leather uud Rubber Belting
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet!. All
druxrlMi refund tbe money It It falls lo cur.
E VV. drove', ilgnature on each box. 25c.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received to
build a Hchoolhouso In school district
No. 48, known as tho Hoguo pre
cinct. Plans and specifications may
be seen at the office of the East Or
egoiilun. Bonds for amount of bid
must be given. The right Is reserv
ed to reject any and all bids. Bids
must bo mailed to C. W. Brown,
school clerk, not later than March
Get Situuy. U ' Rader.
To bring to notice tho
now lino of low priced
shoes received direct
from the factory we have
made the following
$1.50. $1.75, $2.00
There is a surprise in
btore for you just aasoon
as you cast your optics
on this meritorious footwear.
Rubber The Buggies with Cushion Tires
Carriages with Leather Trimmings
Surreys with Cloth Tiluimlug
Wllsou Mollne Buggies with Shafts Wilson Mollne Hacks with Poles
J no. Deero Buggies with Tops. Jno. Deere Hacks with Brakes
Mollne Wagon with Box & SeatChattanoga Wagon with Bolster Springs
Jno. Deere Gang Plow Pie Broiled John Deere Walking Plows
Boiled Jno Deere Dlso Plows, Caper Sauce
Juo. Deere Lever Harrows with Jno, Deere Disc Harrow Fritters
Murshroom Sauce Home Dreislug
Forks Hoes Hakes Rolled Buggy Ciutliluua
Wagon Jack Salad Wheelbarrow Salad
Minneapolis Threshing Machine Pie
(Joiner Threshing Machine Pudding
Deorllig Harvesting Machinery with Oalce
Sickle Sections, Sickle Knives. Sickle Heads. Rivets. Repairs
Anything else In our Hue furnished to order
Repairs In season.
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The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
S a t s a p arilla
The Spring Tonic
Tones up ire system, clean
ses the liver and kidneys,
purifys the blood, builds up
and strengthens the nervous
system and imparts new life
to the body. lie. best
remedy made for Catarrh
For Sale by
; Brock & McGomas Go
Before Putting In
Your sewer connection get prices from us on 4 and
6 inch vitrified sewer pipe.
Complete line of Closets of different sizes, kinds and
prices. Our plumber is the best workman in Pendle
ton, and work entrusted to us is done right.
Succeuors to the Thompson Company
621 Main St.
THE MOBT WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A BUPEIUOK
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
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For sale at the Eat Oregonlan office Large bundi of newspaper,
containing over 100 big paper, can be had for 25c a bundle. .