East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 10, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1904.
PAGE FIVE.
OUR SUIT AND
SKIRT SALE
HAS BEEN A DECIDED SUCCESS AND HAS ATTRACT
A LARGE CROWD. WE FEEL THANKFUL TO THE LADIES
OF PENDLETON AND VICINITY FOR THE INTEREST THEY
HAVE MANIFESTED IN THIS OPENING, AND ASSURE THEM
THEIR KINDNESS IS APPRECIATED.
THE MANY COMPLIMENTARY REMARKS ON OUR LINE
XHAT HAVE BEEN MADE BY THE CALLERS IS VERY GRAT
IFYING. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE AND FURNISH PENDLETON PEO
PLE WITH MODERN GOODS.
LEE TEUTSCH'S
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
City Brevities
You may not secure what
i you want even If you do use
( a classified advertisement.
your chances are lessened If
, toii use the wrong medium;
anS they disappear altogether
t If you fall to use the class!-
fied advertising columns.
C C Rader. Get Sunny.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Welnhard's beer at The Mint.
Best Bhoe repairing at Teutsch's.
Stetson hats for $3.50 on .Saturday
at EulUtan & Bond's.
Ctlldren's school shoes that weir
oJ loot; well at TeutschV
Sereral loads of cinders for the
liuliag, it the Domestic laundry.
Miss Bickers, Instructor in music,
it Hler Piano House, Court street.
Ml day Saturday we will sell Pres
ident suspenders for 25c. Sullivan &
Bond.
President suspenders for 25c at
SuIIiTsn Bond's all day Saturday,
March 12.
Good oranges cheap at F. S. Youn
ger t Son's. 3 for 5 cents, 20 cents
a dozen.
Suite of rooms, with or without
board, suitable for two. Inquire at
this office.
Furnished housekeeping rooms for
rent. Inquire of Merchants' Protect
ive Agency.
Twenty-live cases of sweet navel
oranges Just received at F. S. Youn
ger it Son's. 20 cents per dozen,
while they last.
Fresh garden, field and flower
seeds in bulk and packages. All
this season's stock and sure to pro
duce. Our seeds are suitable to this
climate. C. Rohrman, Court street.
Get Sunny. U " Rader.
Swell slippers at Teutsch's.
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint.
Dine at the St. George. Everything
flrsUclass.
Get that new spring suit at Selbert
&. Schultz.
Good piano for renL Address
Renter, care East Oregcnian.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ard's, formerly Rees' ciga, store.
Would you at 20 cents, buy a dozen
oranges of F. S. Younger & Son.
New line Easter cards and book
lets, novelties, decorated eggs.' Nolf's.
You want to see E. U Smith for
Information regarding the little Holt
harvester.
Full stock of extras for Holt har
vesters on hand at E. L. Smith's, 311
Court street.
Get your clothes cleaned . and
pressed dl Joe'rger's, 126 West
Court street.
Good second-hand organ for sale
on easy terms. Address J. F., care
East O-egonian.
Suit Club drawing Saturday night
,at S o'clock, at Sullivan & Bond's.
.Everybody come.
Favey sweet navel oranges at F.
S. Younger & Son's. 3 for 5 cents,
1 20 cents a dozen.
I $3.50 for any Stetson hat In our
store on Saturday, March 12th. At
Sullivan & Bond's.
FREE RPrr
UmL ' COrreet tlme- 0ur
z c!.v;ryth,nfl ,mport'
anSUorut,ime, h the corr"
2 coUrrr4tCM 0" t,me"kPr
up8on thn.Th t0re or u
ell you ... Pne and will
' you " "bout them.
HUNZKER
lbrtogtmtve Jeweler
?2 Mate Street
All dny Saturday, March 12th, we
will sell any John B. Stetson hat lu
'our store for $3.50.
A fine high grade piano for sale
rheap: must be for cash. Address
113 care East Oregonian.
Men's hats cleaned and blocked;
clothes cleaned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys 222 East Court street.
The Degree of Pocahontas, Anita
Council No. C, will give a ball at
Music hall, Thursday, March 17.
First-class Japanese cook wants
work. Speaks good English. Wages
$30. Inquire this office. Will call.
A capable woman to do housework
and cooking Is wanted by Mrs.
Frank Frazler. See classified adver
tisements for particulars.
The Japanese House Cleaning Co.,
at 004 Garden street, does nil kinds
of house cleaning by the day, hour
or Job. See advertisement in the
classified columns.
I handle the celebrated Holt com
bined harvester, and have any size
from an eight-foot to 36-foot cut.
Either for horse power-Mr engine
power. E. J-. Hmiui, au uoun oi.
I have the machine that pleases
the farmers. Time and trial have
proven the worth of the Holt com
bined harvester, and it has been
demonstrated to be the most success
ful made. E. L. Smith, 311 Court
street.
The Portland Watchmakers' School
offers exceptional advantages to
young men to learn the watchmak
er's and Jewelers' trade in a short
time; good paying position guaran
teed after close of term. Tuition
reasonable. Address, Saake, 311
Dekum building, Portland, Ore.
I have sold a great many Holt
combined harvesters In this and sur
rounding counties, and the fact that
I have never had a dissatisfied buyer
or trouble with any customer, proves
that the Holt Is the machine to buy
and that the public is fally dealt
with, E. L. Holt, 311 Court street.
CREAM OF TARTAR.
We have to keep the chemically pure kind
lor medicine. The same kind is none too
good for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
"tide here io, i5, 30 and 6o cent packages.
ur ?,m is l sell drugs and chemicals that
e just a little 'better than you find in every
drg store.
KOEPPENS
The Popular Price
DRUG STORE
A. C KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS'
John P. McManus, of Pilot Rock,
left for bis homo today.
John Evans of Huron, spent the
day in Pendleton on business.
H. Connell, division roadmaster of
the O. II. & N at Umatilla. Is In
the city.
Miss Ethel J. Galbralth of Elgin,
was the guest of friends in the city
yesterday.
John Henry, one of the prominent
citizens of Athcnn, was a visitor in
the city today on business.
R. E. W. Spargur of Echo, left this
morning for Spokane, where ho will
spend some days on a business trip.
William Mosgrove ot Athena, is in
the city for a short visit on business
in connection with his store in that
city.
M. Pedro, ono of the prominent
sheepmen and farmers of Butter
creek, was a business visitor in the
city today.
Fred Carpenter of Pendleton, who
has been In this city since Monday,
left for his home today. Walla
Walla Statesman.
John T. Whistler, chief engineer
of the government survey in Oregon,
is expected home from Washington,
D. C, In a few days.
Colin V. Dyment, correspondent of
the Spokesman-Review for Walla
Walla and Pendleton came down last
evening on a brief visit.
Mrs, I,. I,. White of Portland,. is a
guest at the Hotel Pendleton, having
come ,to the city to join her husband.
Dr. L. L. White, and will make this
city her future home.
Rev. Robert Diven is in the city
this evening, from his mission work
in the country districts of' Umatilla
county, In the Interest of the Pres
byterian missionary organization.
J. R. Norrls of Chicago, who show
ed Lee Teutscli the sights of the
Windy City and made? his visit a
very pleasant one, is in the city and
is being entertained by Mr. Teutsch.
A. L. Denny, now of Portland, but
formerly of 1-afnyette, Is in the city
for a short business visit. Mr. Denny
is a nephew of the late Senator O.
N. Denny of Multnomah county, and
Is now traveling for an Eastern hos
iery house.
PROMOTIONS ARE RAPID.
O. R. & N. Firemen Have Been Made
Engineers in Large Numbers.
Tim f). T?. R- V. has nromoted over
20 firemen to the position of locomo
tive engineers at l.a Grande, within
the past two years.
Some of these men had fired an
engine less than three years, having
Iwirnn their railroad careers as wip
ers or helpers In the round houses.
This Is considered to be very rapid
promotion, as many of the older en?
Mnpprs ivpre romuelled to serve as
many as 10 to 13 year-i owing to the
extreme dullness of business.
These young engineers are success
ful In pvorv wnv. In all exceDt rare
Instances, and their experience In be
ing promoted In sucli a snort iimo
disproves the old idea that a man
must be a fireman half a life time be
fore being competent to run an en
gine. The O. R. & N. has had an agree
ment with Its firemen for years, pro
viding that one fireman should be
promoted to every old engineer uirea,
but owing to the shifting and mlgra
tnrv nntnrp nf so manv of the old en
gineers that travel over the country,
the company will recruit irom me
ranks of the firemen as far as possi
ble.
Tim mountain division between
Umatilla and Huntington Is consider
ed the most difficult division on tho
system and the young "runners" must
pass a rigid air-brake examination.
besides tno regular mecnanicai u
"book of rules" examination,
it roniiircn nhoiit four hours of se
vere questioning to put a fireman
through all the technical examina
tion for the position of engineer, and
some Idea of the thoroughness of the
..vnmlnnllnn mav he pained bV know
ing that this entire time is consumed
In a rapid fire or on-nana questions,
which must be answered readily,
without argument, and with full ex
planation on technical points where
there is any uouut io me uiuruuK
knowledge of the student.
SHEARING WORLD'S FAIR SHEEP
Important Rule Announced by Chief
of Live 8toek Department of
World's Fair.
A rule having an important bear
ing upon the shearing oi sheep to
be exhibited at the World's fair at
at r.niili linn been announced by
Chief F. D. Coburn of the Depart
ment of Live Stoc.. as follows:
"All sheep and goats must have
un ovoniv rlnHplv and properly
V. - V. - -
shorn on or after the first day of
April, 1904, and the date oi me
shearing must be certified on the ap
niin,ttnn inr ontrv. SheeD or goats
unevenly or stubble shorn or that
have been clipped to conceal ueictvo
or to mislead will not be allowed to
compete. Th ejudge shall disqualify
for competition any sheep or goat
deemed by him as having been im
properly or stubble shorn or with its
otherwise treated for purposes
of fraud or deception.'
The question of shearing in con
nection with the exhibition of sheep
has been a vexed one at fairs and
exiKJsllIons for a long time.
Chief Coburn has gone Into Its de
tails with a great deal of care and
with the determination that the
annw. lllfll U inndard set elsowhero in
the World's fair prizo-llst should pre-
...II I.. ,l.lu rnnnrrl A draft Of a rUI6
wns sent to prominent breeders and
authorities with the request for sug
gestions as to the best form,
The customs prevailing in other
countries and made legitimate
All the Smartest Things
in Women's Apparel
The coming week will be one of great Importance to the women
of Pendleton. This great style store will be at Its best. Never before
have we Inaugurated the Easter season with such a collection of beau
tiful things In wearing apparel for women.
The New Easter Suits
For tills Easter showing you may rest assured that The Peoples
Warehouse has collected as beautiful an array of clever styles and
novelties as possible tor their New York buyers to have obtained.
You'll find Individual and exclusive SUITS, DRESSES, WAISTS and
SKIRTS at this store.
A Suit that does not fit perfectly, no matter how expensive the ma
terial, Is a failure. We have no failures at The Peoples Warehouse.
Expert Fitters and Expert Talloresses do the work.
Smart, stylish Suits, now so much In vogue; all stunning styles In
Novelty and Plain Materials.
$8.75
Upwards to $30
Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
through climatic or other conditions,
although perhnps not common with
sheep breeders in the United Stales,
have been fully taken Into account.
The experiences of prevloim fairs
and the necessity of avoiding an un
enforceable regulation were consid
ered. The rule determined upon Is
Intended to enforco only such re
strictions as will secure deserved
awards.
A PREACHER'S OPINION.
Trib Is the Remedy for Liquor and
Tobacco Habits Tnai Mas tneciea
the Greatest Number of Cures.
Thn Ttnv. .T. II. N Doll, pastor of
the Presbyterian church, llaker City,
writes: "A pennnnent cure at a nor
mal cost is wnai tno puuuc una
wnntoil for manv vears. " I have
M-ntfhrrt with Interest the COOd 'e-
sults obtained by your remedy for
liquor and tobacco namt, tiuh, ami
feel I can safely and heartily lecom
mend it to nil in need."
Tallman & Co., locnl agents.
Notice.
All nonna 1nnu'tnf thpmselVGS
nil (JUinuua " " ' O -
i,ii,to,i n w T Tlovnton will kind
ly call and seitle at once, as I noed
the money, W. T. huxjntuin.
In Iinlv therp are 172.000 skilled
wnrWmpn pnenired In the manufac
ture of silk. In 1S02, 800,000 of her
people emigrated. More tnan mreo
miiiinn nf hur neonle have left their
country during the lasL 10 years, yet
there is a gradual increase of population.
What are cloves for, do you
think? For flavor; nothing
but flavor. There are two
measures of flavor: quality
quantity: fineness and strength.
Schilling's Best has, without
exception, the very finest and
richest flavor and most of it ;
difference marked. One oz is
worth two of the next best:
twenty of some.
Your grocer's; moneyback.
HANNAN
SHOES
are on
the way
to
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
Golden Leeif Brand
Costa
Rica
In one
pound
packages.
JAVA AND
MOCHA
COFFEE
In one
pound
packages.
Spices, Teas, Kxtracts, Halting Powder. If not, got u package from
your grocery and If It is not entirely satisfactory, return ami got
your moiroy back. Our Gold Leaf specialties uro absolutely puro
and tho best goods obtainable. Insist upon getting tho "Gold Uat
Ilrarnl." Ab1 your grocer for Gold Leaf.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Portland, Oregon.
WEINHARD'S BEER
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer Is desired, Welnnard's al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Welnhard's
beer Is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined.
Call for
WEINHARD'S BEER
Peter Mendernach It distributor for Pendleton and It will Al
ways be found on tap at hit saloon. Full tupply kept In cold ttor
age. ,
Good Tools. Lighter Labor
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOLS IF YOU GET THEM OF U8.
GARDEN TOOL8,
CARPENTER TOOL8,
BUILDING TOOLS, t
BUILDING HARDWARE,
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING.
GOODMAN THOMPSON
HARD WARE CO.
Succettort to Thompson Hardware Co.
WASHED CLEAN.
AND O'-
C IRONED
ouTTTTofro
YOU KNOW WHAT
YOU WANT
in laundry work clothes washed
clean, just enough bluing to remove
the "yellow streak," just enough
starch to give body and polish, just
the right sort of ironing to make col
lars, cuffs and shirts hold their own.
Do you get it ? If not, why not, when
that is the sort of laundering done by
us? Work called for and delivered.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
Is YotitRoof Sick?
Has bad spells does it?
We have had over twelve years ex
perlence curing roofs,
Suppose you write us for particulars about ELATERITE ROOFING.
It will go on over tin, corrugated iron, shakes, shlugles, or any other root"
Ing material. It makes the best roof you ever saw. It never wears out.
The Elalerile Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, OregM