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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1904)
DAILY EAST OREGONIANv PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1904.
week we will make a special showing of lace curtains and
d "spreads In many handsome designs, and at prices wa below
Curtains, 3 yards long, $1.00 per pair.
LJC' curtains, 3 yards long, better quality, $1.50 per pair.
U" curtains 32 yards long, pretty designs, $2.00 per pair.
Le Curtains! ZVz V lon3- ver w,de' $2-50 PelPaIr-
Our $3 00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 Curtains are remarkable
Bed Spreads, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 to $5.00 each. See window.
! LEE TEUTSCH'S
! BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
I When vou advertise your
real estate in these columns
. vou can feel sure of this: that
, 'about all of the people of the
4 city who ma' be thinking of
buying real estate will see and
t read the ad. And the other
, people don't matter, anyway.
Jl5 hats at the Boston.
C C Rader. Get Sunny.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Bcjs' clothing, Baer & Daley.
Weinhard's beer at The Mint.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos-toe
!w neckwear at Sullivan &
tajhs and Hanan shoes. The
KcJdams for fuel, successor to
Hue vou seen our new sweaters?
Sullivan & Bond.
Several loads of cinders for the
Uulins, at the Domestic Laundry.
Miss Bickers, instructor in music,
it Bier Piano House, Court street.
Before you buy your next hat take
a look at our line. Sullivan & Bond.
See whu 19c will buy at the great
sale. Alexander Department Store.
Suite of rooms, with or wlthaut
board, suitable for two. Inquire at
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 120 West
Wauled cattle to take with our
herd lo pasture in the mountains.
Tema very reasonable. Call on or
address Maple Bros.. Court street.
fresh garden, field and flower
seeds la hulk and packages. All
this season's stock and sure to pro
duce. Our seeds are suitable to this
climate. C. Rohrman, Court street.
5m. 1 V" correet tle. Our
Um. regulate, the schools, the
Sr. z c";ryth,nB ,mport-
a Uo "me, ' the correct time
p8on thV". it0re or ca" u
. Progressive Jeweler
?26 Main Street
Get Sunny. U Z' Rader.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
Pure Weinnard's beer at The Mint.
New line men's sweaters. The
Dine at the St. George. Everything
McAdams for dry wood. 'Phone
The St. Joe Store is fast donning
its spring costume.
Great bargains in shoes at Alexan
der Department Store.
Head 'Whtttlnghill Mercantile Co.'s
advertisement In this issue.
Easter cards and booklets, East
er novelties and eggs. Nolf's.
Smokers get satisfaction at Ho'.v
ird's, formerly Rees' ciga, store.
For Rent Light housekeeping
rooms, apply C12 Thompson street.
The Sahlin corset, pompadour
bangs and hair goods at Mrs. Camp
pell's. It seems that the Whtttlnghill
Mercantile Company means busi
ness. Ladies, attend the 19c bargain sale
this week. Alexander Department
Our salespeople invite you to call
on them. Whlttlnghlll 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.
Regular meeting of Masonic lodge
this evening. Work In the E. A.
and M. M. degrees.
9" hats, correct shapes, broken
sizes, regular $3 and $3.D0; to close,
$2.00. At Teutsch's.
Sullivan & Bond can lit 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 Eat Oregonip.n.
Men'i hats cleaned and b.oeked;
clothes cleaned 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.
Wanted To rent part or whole' of
furnished house. Will consider un
furnished house also. Address John
T. Whistler, Hotel Pendleton.
For Rent Suite of rooms In East
Oregonlan building. Steam heated.
Hot and cold water and bath 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,
lCc for children.
j PERSDHflL MEHT10H. j
Three Tramps, Three Days.
Tallin Tnhnson. James Murphy
and Frank Clark, three knights of
the road, were arrestee, wis morn-
Inc. for havlnFr no visible means of
support, and will spend three days
each with tne cuy ior rviusiue w
avoid the town.
At the Hotel St. George.
G. D. Joubert and W. S. O'Donald,
of South Africa, are guests at the,
uoiei hi. ueorge. 6f"""
will lecture in the opera house this
"recT'"9 T0"IC B'0d Purlfier ' Sassafras Bark Tea. She
tlont. Cmmend U for chronic rheumatism and cutaneous erup-
10c 'Urn'Sh yU wlth a v"y e"ect SASSAFRAS BARK.
JCjuarte,pound packaae. poud(
KOEPPENS The Popular Price
i-lO DRUG STORE
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
LOOKING FOR SITES FOR
COLONIES IN AMERICA.
Project to Colonize Mexico Fell
Through on Account of Yellow Fe
ver O'Donald and Joubert Have
Decided That Montana Offers the
Best Unclaimed Natural Opportu
nities Boers Hope for Ascendancy
of Liberal Party In England.
Captain O'Donald, in speaking of
the mission which brings him and
his companion to this country, talks
very interestingly of his history In
South Africa and his people, the
Ho and General Joubert intend to
settle in this country and have
picked out Montana as their future
home. They have traveled through
the whole of the Western Continent
and have not seen a country so fa
vorable to their people as the North
wosL From Spokane down to and
through Umatilla county i the best
of all, but that land Is all gone nnd
for that reason the two travelers
have picked on Montana as their
future homes, where there is now
enough vacant land to mako homes
for the whole of the Boer race.
Soon after the war the party start
ed from Africa to find a place where
the dissatisfied Boers could mako
new homes for themselves, and a lo
cality was chosen in Mexico, but'
after all plans had been made and
the tract laid out, the yellow fever
broke out and the project was aban
doned. These men are therefore
not the advance guards of an or
ganized colony, as is generally sup
posed, but will make their report,
which is now just out, to their peo
ple, and It Is expected that by fall
the Immigrants will begin to reach
The laws, the people and the cus
toms here are more congenial lo the
Boers than any other place, and they
will do better here than In any
c-ouutry seen by me men wno nuve
been searching for them.
The war is not over but the peo
ple want peace, nnd rather than
live whire they are made the slaves
of the English, they will forsake the
homes of their fathers and make
new ones In a foreign land. But
should the fourth and last conflict
come they would leave again to fight
by the side of their brothers In Af
rica in the defense of their rignts
as a race and to avenge their old
Should the liberal party in Eng
land gain control of the government.
however, no one would emigrate
from Africa, but they would remain
there and trust to their friends In
that party to right the wrongs and
to free the country. It is coming to
this, and If the victory comes soon
but few of the Boers will ever reach
v T WhltP. of WeRton. was a
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
MIhk rMln McKee. of Echo, is in
the city the guest of friends.
W. n. Chamberlain went to Athe
na today on a brief business trip.
uiiu rioiiR H. Crleler has return
ed from a visit with her paents at
v r i sifiewfirwl- nf Helix, snent
Sunday In the city the guest of
ThnmnR Hamoton left this morn
ing for Portland, for a short busi
t V TnrW nn of the uromlncnt
residents of Weston, is In the city
for a short visit.
tnuii r.rwanvnld of the firm of
Dindinger & Wilson, left yesterday
for Portland for a short business
inhn i nmhrltli was a uessenKer
tnr rY,-ttnrwl vuterdftv. having been
called as a witness before the grand
Professor William Haw left this
morning for Waitsburg, where he
will organize a class In horse train
ing, having concluded in this city.
w n rwld. reuresenting the
ii..JaiLi.r nnH Investor of Spo
kane, is in the city today on bust-
ness connected with uis magazine.
tv, ii smvihp the well known
young attorney of the firm of Halley
& Iowell, returned yesterday from
a visit with his parents at Arling
f n iiau'luv a reservation farm
er, Is in the city today. Spring
work is now In progress witn prom
ise of the largest crop In the history
or the county.
Dr. J. M. North, general medical
examiner of the New York Wfe In
surance Company, for the territory
of the Northwest, is in tue en;
tour of Inspection.
E. J. Sommer'ville left this morn
ljaiauv u'hf.re he has been
called by the news of the serious
illness of his motner, wno i
ilnnt of that olace.
Professor J. B. Roche, who has a
i ,. in i.iivuirnl culture here.
left this morning to look over the
field at The Dalles witji a view iu
forming a class there.
Assignments for Work.
rwinu Wnrihlnizton and Charles
J Strain, of Irrigou. are In the city
to meet with J- T. Whistler and re
celvo assignments for their work
during the coming season. These
gontlemen are engineers in the serv
ice of the government and will work
with and under Mr. Whistler during
the summer In the Irrigation surveys
now being made.
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 ua what you want; we will satisfy you. Prices range
from $10.00 to $25.00. The celebrated makes of Hart, Sehaffner & Marx
and Alfred Benjamin & Co. These names stand for the highest art in
clothing. The stock Is now ready for your Inspection.
Correct Chthcs ArAkn
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The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Head of the O. R. &. N Passed
Through Town Yesterday.
, President A. I.. Mohler, of the O.
It. & N., .was recalled yesterday
afternoon from a trip to Snlt I.ake
by the sudden and unexpected news
of the death of his father, "at the
home In Portland.
President Mohler passed through
east-bound yesterday morning In his
private car attached to the early
morning train, and when at Baker
City was told of his father's death.
His car was brought to La Grande
by A freight engine, aud from there
was taken by Superintendent M. J.
Buckley with one of the fastest en
gines of the division to Portland,
passing through Pendleton about
3:15 yesterday afternoon.
Wanted to rent part or whole of
furnished house. Will consider un
furnished house also. Address
JOHN T. WHISTLER,
.Most of the views used at the
Christian church Monday night will
be colored. Many of them are gems
and were prepared especially for
this lecture. You will bo Instructed
and entertained at this lecture. Ad
mission 2Ec for adults and lCc for
Three favorite words with
your grocer; Schilling's iiest
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 SHOWING.
THE HOME OF THE 8TYLISH HAT.
PLEASES THE TASTE
Ask for GOLD LEAF Brand
Costa Rico CoKeo In one pound packages,
Java and Mocha Coffee In ono iKiund packages,
For salo by all up to date grocers
Spices, Teas, KxtractH and Baking Powder.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Good Tools. Lighter Labor j
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOLS IF YOU GET THEM OF US. I
GARDEN TOOLS, i
BUILDING HARDWARE. i
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING. I
GOODMAN THOMPSON j
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co.
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD ROOF
One that won't leak. Ono that will bo flro-proof. Ono that has proven
to bo satisfactory under the most exacting conditions, One that will
last When you are after that kind of a roof, you'll sottlo down on
ELATERITE ROOFING. It costs no more than cheap, worthless paper
or any other unsatisfactory class of roofing material, but It's worth
more. Let us quote prices.
The Olaterite Rooting Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, Oregon
For sale at the East Oregonlan office Large bundles of i.ewspapers,
containing ovsr 100 big papers, can be had for 25o bundle.