East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 12, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1904.
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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
THAT 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
Gity Brevities
Sunny Jim is known to all
He smiles the same In spring
, and fall:
Tbe reason for this Is very
, pialn,
Force advertising brought him
4 fame.
o
V C Itader Get Sunny.
Weinhard's beer at The Mint.
Hotel Bickers' special Sunday din
cer from 5 to 7 ; 30 p. in.
Sunday dinner served at Hotel
Bickers from 5 to 7:30 p. m.
Would you at 20 cents, buy a dozen
fitanges of F S Younger & Son.
Several loads of cinders for the
haling, at the Domestic Laundry.
lilts Bickers, instructor In music,
i'. Eiler Piano House, Court .street.
' Salle of rooms, with or wltheut
tcird, suitable for two. Inquire at
Itb office.
ftey sweet navel oranges at F.
fi. Younger & Son's. 3 for D cents,
20 cents a dozen.
Twenty-hve cases ot sweet navel
oranges just received at F. S. Youn
ger fc Son's. 20 cents per dozen,
while they last
I handle the celebrated Holt com
bined harvester, and have any size
from an eight-foot to 30-foot cut.
Either for horse power or engine
power E. L, Smith, 311 Court St.
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 Rohraan, Court street.
1 have sold a great many Holt
comWned 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 faily dealt
with. E. U Smith, 311 Court street.
Get Sunny. TJ C Ilader.
Fresh fruit daily at Martin's.
Pure Weinnard's beer at The Mint.
Dine at the St, George. Everything
first-class.
Special dinner every Sunday, 5 to
7:30 p. m. at oHtel Bickers.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ard's, formerly Rees' clga. store.
Bicycle cement, lamps, tires, bells,
pedals, seats. Lowest prices. Nolf's.
Good oranges cheap at F. S. Youn
ger & Son's. 3 for 5 cents, 20 cents
a dozen.
You want to see E. L. Smith for
Information regarding the little Holt
harvester.
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 126 West
Court street.
Full stock of extras for Holt har
vesters on hand at E. L. Smith's, 311
Court street.
Teutsch is offering 97 hats, broken
lines, regular $3 and $3.50 values, to
close at $2.00.
97 hats, correct shapes, broken
sizes, regular $3 and $3.&0; to close,
$2.00. At Teutsch's.
A fine high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for ensh. Address
113 care East Oregonlan.
Men'j hats cleaned and b.ocked;
clothes cleaned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys' 222 East Court street.
Wanted Cattle to take with our
herd to pasture In the mountains.
Terms very reasonable. Call on or
address Maple Bros., Court street.
For Kent Suite of rooms in East
Oregonlan building. Steam heated.
Hot and cold water and bath room
on same floor. Call at East Oregonlan
office.
The large oil painting which has
been on exhibition in Joseph Bas-
ler's show window for the past two
years, will be given away Saturday
iright at tbe Columbia. F. X.
Schempp, proprietor.
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 or term, Tuition
reasonable. Address, Saake, ill
Dekum building, Portland, Ore.
FREE FREE
Just for the asking we will
8've you the correct time. Our
jime regulates the schools, the
trains and everything Import
a"t In the city.
Our time Is the correct time
nd our prices on tlme-keepers
are correct.
un8!fP !H 0ur atore or call us
UP on the 'phone and we will
you all about them
T. HUNZIKER
Progressive Jeweler
726 Main Street
Two Sons Were Born.
ti.o fomllv nf Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Smith, of this city, was increased
last night by the addition of a baby
boy.
A boy was born yesterday morn
in. fn iito wifR of Alec Bryant, one
of the prominent farmers, who re
sides about six miles northwest of
the city.
O. F. Thomson of Butter creek. Is
In the city.
Peter Tachelli of Wild Horse, Is
In the city today.
Asa B. Thompson of Echo, Is In the
city to attend tho cattle sale.
J. B. Saylor or Echo, Is In tho city
today for a short business visit.
Horace Walker of Helix, Is In the
city for a short visit on business.
J. W. Stamper of Birch creek, Is a
visitor to the Wade cattle sale today.
J. A. Gavltt, who has been confined
at homo with the grip, has recovered.
W. M. Mills, a cattleman of Junl,
per, was a Pendleton business visitor
today.
Rev. Jonathan Edwards, who has
been 111 with tho grip, is much im
proved. N. C. McLeod, a cattleman ot El
gin, Is In i.ie city for a few days on
business.
J. H. Price of Weston, was a busi
ness visitor in the city today for a
short time.
Rev. M. V. Howard returned last
evening from the prohibition conven
tion at Milton.
W. H. H. Scott of Athena, was a
Pendleton visitor today, having come
to witness the Wade sale.
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Thompson of
Butter creek, are In the city the
guest of friends for a few days.
O. n. Teel of Echo, Is in tho city
todny, attending the Wade cattle
sale and transacting other business.
Nell C. McLeod, one of the leading
attorneys of Elgin, was In tho city
last evening, en route to Walla Wal
la. John Boylen of Pilot Rock, one of
the prominent cattlemen of tne coun
ty, Is In the city today attending the
cattle sale.
W. W. Harrah, who resides a few
miles east or the city. Is a business
visitor. Spring work is in progress
In his vicinity.
Oswald West, the clerk of the state
land board at Salem, is In tho city
for a short visit on business and to
attend the stock sale.
M. Z. Kemmermens or Pomeroy, is
in the city today to buy cattle. Mr.
Kemmermens is one of the promi
nent cattlemen of Washington.
L. B. Geer, formerly state land
agent of Oregon, is in the city to
buy cattle. Mr. Geer has a fine herd
of "blooded cattle on his ranch in tho
Waldo Hills, and is here to secure
some new blood.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Drieling of Hop
per, Neb., are guests at the Hotel
Bickers. Mr. and Mrs. Drieling are
newcomers from the East, and are
In the city looking for a location,
having come here in search of a
Western home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chandler of
Baker City, are in the city for a
short visit with friends. Mr. Chand
ler was formerly the president of
the state agricultural boaru, and was
succeeded by W. F. Matlock of this
city, who was recently appointed.
ARRESTED ON SUSPICION.
Defendant Accused of Robbing the
Last Chance Saloon.
C. Henderson, claiming to he from
Baker City, where he has been em
ployed for some time at an electric
power plant, was arrested last eve
ning by Marshal Carney on com
plaint of H. Kennedy, as the man
who held up the Last Chance saloon
on Tuesday morning.
Kennedy claims that he Is positive
that this is the man, while tho man
claims to have left Baker City Wed
nesday evening, and also that he can
prove an alibi.
The Last Chance robbery seems to
be a hard nut to crack. A few nights
after the robbery a man was arrrest
erl nt the denot who was pointed out
as the robber by the bartender. The
prisoner demurred to the arrest,
claiming to be a merchant at Athe
na. He had a check book trom xne
Savings Bank of this city, In which
he showed a large account, and was
identified as a prominent citizen of
Ath.nn. Hh was turned loose and
now Henderson claims that he Is In
about the same fix, and will be able
to prove his Innocence. He is now in
the city jail.
Very III With Grip.
E. J. Carney of McKay creek, has
been very 111 with the grip for some
time at his homo near the city, but
:. ,iio i-nnrt In recovery. Mr.
Carney Is the brother of Marshal Car
ney.
Good Old Saturday Night.
The Peoples Warehouse's definition
of this heading is a Hot Bargain.
ini.n ti Wnllace. a well known
leader of the Patrons of Husbandry,
died at Albany, Thursday, ageu to.
Grandma's Remedy
r Spring Tonic and Rlnnrf ...::.. t- c,o,fm Bark Tea. She
alo recommends It for chronic rheumatism and cutaneous erup-
For
tions,
We
10 quarter-pound
oan furn8h you with a very select
package; 25c pound,
SASSAFRAS BARK.
KOEPPENS
DRUG STORE
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
All the Smartest Things
m 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- this Easter showing you may rest assured that The Peoples
Warehouse has collected as beautiful an array of clever styles and
novelties as possible for 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 Tallorcsscs 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
SALEM LrtV."
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
Large Number of Capital City People
In Pendleton.
Today was "Salem Day" in Pendle
ton, apparently. Among the visitors
from the capital city were A. N. Gil
bert, ex-postmuster of Salem and ex
superintendent of the Oregon state
penitentiary: 1. L. Patterson, former-,
ly or the grocery linn of Gilbert & .
Patterson at Salem, now collector of i
customs at Portland; Mr. anil Mrs.'
Fred Steusloff, now of Salem, former ,
Pendletonlans; Scott Uozorth, man
ager of tho Pacltlc Homestead, which
Is published In the capital city: Fred
Geible. a one-time Salemile, now a
prosperous merchant at La Grande:
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Heulot, whose
home until recently was Salem, but
who now live at Heppner, where Mr.
Heulot Is in charge or a dry goods
store; Sirs. Bellinger, who is here
from Salem on a visit to her son,
Clifford, who is employed by tho
Umatilla Implement Co.; L. B. Geer,
formerly state land agent, and Os
wald West, the present clerk of the
land hoard.
Gold Leaf Brand
Costa
Rica
In one
pound
packages.
JAVA AND
MOCHA
COFFEE
In one
pound
packages.
TUMOR ON EYEBALL.
Good Old Saturday Night.
Tim lrmlps Warehouse offers 2.1
,1,..,..., nif csiilriK Hint is. some soft
and some stiff bosoms, worn with
white collars, $1,50 kind for 25c;
$1.25 kind for 0.1c; $1.00 kind for
50c; 75c kind for 4Ue; r,uc khiu or
2Gc. Tonight only.
TWO MEN ARRESTED.
One Released on Ball, the Other Is
Held for Trial.
VmnV Stanton and Will Alspach
were arrested yesterday afternoon at
Helix for disorderly conduct the
night before. Both of the young men
otnrlij nut fnr n rplebratlon and
emptied their revolvers Into a vacant
house belonging to H. B. Richmond,
one of the well-known residents of
Helix, who had them arrested, ais-
,anh wflR hrnll cht to the county jail
by the city marshal last night, but
Stanton was allowed to remain in wm
city on ball. Alspach will ue ueia
here until the case Is Investigated by
the prosecuting attorney.
Freed From Rheumatism.
Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co., Spo
nn Weill
irwi i.non n victim of rheumatism
iii.iu ii ml In order to get
rid of it determined to give Medical
Lake a trial. Remained there one
week and the bonoflt I received tar
exceeded my most sanguine expot-
Intlnna Ii, Hint BllOl t tllllO I WllH al
most entlroly froed from the painful
malady. Shall return In a few days
for another week's treatment, after
which I expect to he proof against
any possible recurrence of rheumu
tlsm. C RE IFF,
lltuE First Avonue, Spokane, Wash.
Sold by Tallman & Co., leading
druggists, and A. C. Kooppon &
Bros.
D. D. Casey May Undergo an Opera
tion to His Eye.
D. I). Casey, u well known cattle.
man, who resides on Hyde street. Is
at the hospital suffering with a tumor
on his eyeball. Some time ago Mr.
Casey was afflicted wltn an nicer,
which formed on his eye and which
has developed Into a tumor, which
gives much pain. It Is thought that
nn mi. ration will lie necessary to In
sure recovery, and that the eyefiall
will have to be removed.
You never have any doubt
in buying .
t baking-powder
coffee tUvoriiiK ti
with Schilling's Best; no room
for doubt with them.
At your f recac'i , mocitybik
uda
THE
Hanan Shoes
Are Here
Spices, Teas, Uxlracts, Baking Powder. It not, got a pnekago from
your h-rocery and If It Is not entirely satisfactory, rolurn and got
your money hack. Our Gold Lent Hpoclaltles nru absolutely puro
and tho bust goods obtalnnblo. Insist upon getting tho "Gold U'nf
Urand." Ask 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, Welnhard'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 is distributor for Pendleton and It will Al
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold storage.
Good Tools, Lighter Labor :
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOLS IF YOU GET THEM OF US. J
GARDEN TOOLS,
CARPENTER TOOL8,
BUILDING TOOL8,
DUILDING HARDWARE.
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING,
GOODMAN THOMPSON
HARDWARE CO.
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co.
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
r- y-
WASHED I CLEAN,
: CJ
rt 7T"
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 6ort ol ironing to make col
Jars, 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
WHEN SICK GET CURED
Hy a mun who will thoroughly understand your ailment. No guess
work or experimenting, but r, suio euro when cure is possible, Aud
that ineaus hundreds of cases deemed Incurable by American doc
tors. I understand tho medical quulllies of roots, herbs, barks and
berries unknown to other practitioners.
DR. WING LEE
Chinese Phyeioiau, 280 Burnslde Street, Portland, Oregon
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