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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN; PENDLETON, OREGON,. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1904.
FORTY PAIRS OF MEN'S SHOES, LARGE SIZES 9 10
AND 11; SATN CALF' REGULAR PR'CE $1.75 AND $2.00. THIS
Only $ 1 .00
HE PREFERS OREGON
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
There Is nothing you can
4 buy In this city that costs bo o
little In proportion to Its value
as classified ad space.
$1.25 hats at the Boston.
U c Rader. Get Sunny.
Boys' clothing, Baor & Daley.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
Closing out dry- goods. The Bos
New neckwear at
Douglas and Hanan
McAdams for fuel,
Have you seen our new sweaters?
Ssfflvan & Bond.
ills Bickers, Instructor In music,
it Hler Piano House, Court street.
More you buy your next hat take
a look at our line. Sullivan & Bond.
Suite of rooms, with or wltheut
board, suitable for two. Inquire fit
Cet your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 12C West
Just received 30c navel oranges,
which we will sell while they last
at 3 for 5c. 20c per dozen. F. S.
Younger & Son.
P Savllle Is using the classified ad
vertisements to secure a position to
do clerical work or light janitor
work, bill collecting.
Wanted Cattle to take with our
herd to pasture in the mountains.
Terms very reasonable. Call on or
aaaress Maple Bros., Court street
Fresh garden, field and flower
SeeOS in bulk ami iinr.l.-nirH. All
this season's stock and sure to pro-
uuue. uur seeds are EUtable to this
climate. C. Rohrman, Court street.
tim. K !he correc lmc Our
Tin. eftet the ch0". the
ST. z cuv;ryth,nfl ,mp
pSon thV.Vtore or
; 1Qeogressive Jeweler
726 Mam C,
Get Sunny. V C Ilader.
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint,
New line men's sweaters. The
Dine at the St. George. Everything
McAtlams for dry wood. 'Phono
The St. Joe Store is fast donning
Its spring costume.
Great bargains in shoes at Alexan
der Department Store. '
Read Whlttlnghlll Mercantile Co.'s
advertisement In this Issue.
Five new stylos stenographer's
note books, !c and 10c Nou s.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ard's. formerly Itees ciga. store.
See whet 19c will buy at the great
sale. Alexander Department Store.
The Sahlin corset, pompadour
bangs and hair goods at Mrs. Camp
It seems that the Whittinghill
Mercantile Company means bus!
Ladies, attend the 19c bargain sale
this week. Alexander Department
Spring chicken for breakfast every
Sunday morning at the French res
Our salespeople invite you to call
on them. Whittinghill Mercantile
19c buys the Pony Stockings for
boys and girls. Alexander Depart
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 $3.50; to close,
$2.00. At Teutsch's.
Sullivan & Bond can fit you with
a shirt that you'll like, no matter how
small or large you are.
A fine high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
113 care East Oregonlan.
Men'i hats cleaned and b,ocked;
clothes cleansd and pressed. J. J.
Comegys' 222 East Court street.
Whether you live to eat or eat to
live your cook should have good fuel.
Only the best sold by McAdams.
Dry wood, Kemmerer coal, good
measure, fair weight, reasonable
prices, prompt delivery. McAdams,
phone Main 1211.
10,000 oranges sold last week,
sneaks for the Quality of our navel
oranges; 3 for 5c, 20c per dozen. F.
S. Younger & Son.
For Rent Suite of rooms In East
Oregonlan building. Steam heated.
Hot and cold water anu nam room
on same floor. Call at East Oregonlan
Illustrated lecture by a returned
missionary from the Island of Jamai
ca at Christian church, Monday
night. Admission 25c for adults,
16c for children.
Most of the views used at the
Christian church Monday night will
be colored. Many qf tuem are gems
and were prepared especially ior
this lecture. You will be instructcu
and entertained at this lecture. Ad
mission 25c for adults- and 15c for
R. J. SLATER RETURNED
. FROM A MONTH IN THE EAST.
Adams vs. Church Case Was Decided
In Favor of the Plaintiff The East
Generally Is Cold and Disagrees
ble, and Umatilla County Is a Wei
come Relief Mr. Slater Was Ad
mltted to Practice In United States
Robert J. Slater, the attorney, re
turned yesterday morning from a
several weeks' visit in Washington,
D. C, and other cities of tho East
He went to Washington to represent
J. H. Adams In tho case of J. H. Ad
ams vs. J. M. Church, ns ndmlnlstra
tor of the estate of R. M. Steele.
The case was tried In tho courts of
this state and appealed to the su
preme court, which ruled for tho do
tendants. The question was over the
point whether or not a man could bo
compelled to observe la contract of
sale made prior to proving up on
government property. The defend
ants claimed it to be contrary to pub
lic policy, and this was sustained by
the supreme court when tho plaintiff
Mr. Slater wns very glad to return
to this part of tho state, as tho East
is too cold and disagreeable to suit
It is like coming into a new land
to cross the mountains from the
East. The weather there Is cold
and dark, and ns soon as ,tha moun
tains are crossed spring Is at hand.
While in Washington Mr. Slater
was admitted to practice before tho
supremo court of the United States.
He also attended several sessions or
congress, and on ins return trip slop
ped at several of tho larger Eastern
Labor Lien Filed.
Wesley Brumraett and James
Brummett have filed a labor lien In
the countv clerk's office on 800 cords
of wood which they have cut at the
request of R. E. Porter, of Meacham.
They claim $1,900.80 as duo them for
Spring Tonic and Blood Purifier Is Sassafras Bark Tea. She
c rheumatism and cutaneous erup-
"commend. It for chronic
" furnish yeu with a verv ..I. SASSAFRAS BARK.
Irter-pound package; 25c pound.
KOEPPENS The Popular Price
o DRUG store
A. C. KOEPPEN 4 BROTHERS
P. E. Johnson, of Huron, was a vis
itor in the city today on business.
William H. Smith of Walla Walla,
was a business visitor m tno city today.
John Watson, of Irrigon, was In the
city yesterday for a short business
Mrs. W. A. Thompson, of Baker
City, is visiting Pendleton friends for
a few days.
Cadet Pearl Robinson, of the Sal
vation Army, who has been ill with
the grip, Is Improving.
Sheriff Taylor has returned from a
trip to Salem, where he went to take
a patient to the asylum.
M. F. Hadley, a business man of
Baker City, spent the day In Pendle
ton In the Interest of his business.
H. H. Gilbert, of the Pilot Rock
neighborhood, is In the city today.
Spring work in his vicinity has commenced.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Berkley, of
The Dalles, are the guests of rela
tives and friends in the city for a
J. E. Calhoun, one of tho well
known farmers of Camas Prairie,
was In the city today for a short
M, H. Glllott, a prominent business
man of Echo, was a guest at tno
Hotel St. George today while in tho
city on business.
Miss Effle Planklngton, of Dallas,
visited with friends In the city yes
terday for a short time while ;n
route to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Berry of Baker
City, were the guests of the Hotel
St. George today while en route
home from Spokane. Mr. Berry is
a prominent merchant of Baker City.
I. Baschc. a prominent hardware
dealer of Baker City, was a business
visitor In the city today. Mr. Uasche
Is one of the creditors of the waue
estate, and Is here to look after his
Rev. and Mrs. Everett P. Smith of
Pocatello, were the guests of friends
In the city for a .Jie today. Mrs.
Smith was met here by Mrs. J. P. M.
Richards of Spokane, and accompa
nied her home. Mr. Smith returned
this morning to Pocatello.
Men's Good Clothes
If you want good Clothes, come to a store where you will be sure to
find them. We do not use the term good In a narrow sense; when we
say good we do not mean simply STYLISH. We mean that the MATER.
IAL must be good; we mean that the WORKMANSHIP must be good.
We mean that the suit ALLTOGETHER must be good. We wish you to
understand that this Is the Peoples Warehouse definition of the word
GOOD when applied to men's clothing. Whether you want a business
suit, or a dress suit, call and see us and we will be Just as well able to
fit you whether you be a big man, or a little man, a tall man, or a short
man, a fat man or a lean man, a young man, a middle aged man or an old
man. Come and tell us what you want; we will satisfy you. Prices range
from $10.00 to $25.00. The celebrated makes of Hart, Schaffner & Marx
and Alfred Benjamin & Co. These names stand for the highest art in
clothing. The stock Is now ready for your inspection.
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
SHEARING AT ECHO.
ARRIVED FROM WASHINGTON.
John T. Whistler Will Reside
Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. Whistler
reached the city and are now the
guests of the Hotel Pendleton. They
have been on their road to this city
from the East for some time, and
will make this their home as long
as Mr. Whistler Is engaged In the
government work in this part of the
country. He will take charge of the
Irrigation investigation at once, and
will push his work through tho
Murray Did Not Play.
In the presentation of "A Night
on Broadway," by Murray and Mack
Wednesday night, Murray, one or
the stars of tho company, did not
play, but gave his part to an un
derstudy. In consequence, Bakr;r
City people aro on tho warpath,
Pendleton sympathizes, when It re
members that Miss Shay, a $2 opera
singer, did the samo thing hero a
Babies to Give Way.
I, F Tobey. superintendent of the
Oregon Children's Home Society, of
Portland, will bo In Pendleton for a,
few days tho coming week, In the!
Interest of tho society, and will take,
applications from anyone wishing to'
adopt a child. During the pasi w
years this toclety has placed 800 or
phan and deserted children In com
Crews Begin on Large Herds In
Western Umatilla County,
Echo, March 19. (Special.)
Sheep shearing Is now the order ol
tho day In this country and almost
every able bodied man of Echo is
making arrangements to loin some
crew and go to clipping wool,
Tho largest crew to leave hero Is
the Oliver crow, under the direction
of George Oliver. This crew which
has ulready contracted to shear 13,-
000 has split up, n part of tho men
leaving yesterday for Joseph Cunha's
and tho rest of" the outfit left today
to shear at the Hosklns place. Tho
latter has 2,400 wethers to shear.
They expect to finish at these two
places soon and they will unite to
shear for G. W. Hunt, who, It IS fcald,
has 4,000 mutton sheep.
Tho price as established hero for
shearing. Is 8 cents where the crow
board themselves and 7 cents with
board. Tho latter arrangement pre
valls here this year. Ah this Is a
forward spring In the Umatilla val
ley, sheep shearing will have to bo
rushed to get It out of the way be
fore haying begins.
Kemmerer coal makes friendB.
Sold by McAdams. 'Phone Main 1211.
Don't like Schilling's Best?
Your grocer returns your
LADIES OF PENDLETON
THE DISPLAY OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY WE
HAVE IS WINNING THE ADMIRATION OF ALL WHO HAVE
SEEN IT. WE HAVE THE BRIGHTEST IDE8 OF THE FASH
ION CENTERS. ALL THE NEW, LOVELY CREATIONS OF MIL
THE STYLES FOR THIS SEASON ARE WORKS OF ART,
AND ARE RARE BEAUTIES.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO PAY US A VISIT AND
EXAMINE OUR 8HOWING. , .. i i.A
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
PLEASES THE TASTE
Ask for GOLD LEAF Brand
Costa Rico Coffee In one pound packages,
Java and Mocha Coffeo In one pound packages.
For sale by all up-todato grocers
Spices, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder,
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Good Tools, Lighter Labor
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOLS IF YOU GET THEM OF US.
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING,
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co.
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD ROOF
Ono that won't leak. One that will bo fire-proof. One that lias proven
to bo satisfactory under the most exacting conditions. One that will
last. When you are after that kind of u roof, you'll settle down ou
ELATERITE ROOFING. It costs no more than choap, worthless paper
or any other unsatisfactory class of roofing material, but It's worth
more. Let us quoto prices.
The Elalerlle Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, Oregon
For sale at the East Oregonlan office Large bundles of
containing over 100 big papers, can be had for 25c a bundle.