East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 11, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1904.
PAGE FIVE.
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Suit and Skirt Sale
jtA. The bin sale begins Monday?
211
Tha hln natit healne MnnHavTmnrn.
Irvg. A big reduction on all suits, and "
skirts for the entire week. We Want
the ladles to visit this section and
promise some startling values. You
can not afford to miss It.
A FEW PRICE REDUCTIONS.
$10.00 Suits, $6.95.
$15.00 Suits, $12.65.
$20.00 Suits, $16.90. ;
$22.50 Suits, $18.75.
$25.00 Suits, $21.25.
$10.00 Skirts, $8.95.
$9.00 Skirts, $7.75.
$8.00 Skirts, $6.95. J
$7.00 Skirts, $6.10.
$6.00 Skirts, $4.90. .
$5.00 Skirts, $4.25.
$4.50 Skirts, $3.75.
This sale Includes all Misses'
Skirts. I
WE GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT
PERSONAL MENTION.
LEE TEUTSCH'S
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
City Brevities
In r. nailer. Get Sunny.
.Tresh fruit dally at Martin's.
hvelnhard's beer at Tue Mini.
Get a "top coat" 1116 "oalou'
Closing out dry goods. The Bos-
Douglas and Hannn shoes. The
Boston.
You will miss It If you miss tue
hasUn'"
Dine at the St. George. Everytuing
IjrsUlass.
Don't forget the "Huskin' Deo"
Friday night.
What am I saving my money for?
Why, for the "HusklnV
'sw line 3hlrt waist suits at Alex
ander's Department Store.
Smokers eet satisfaction at How-
Iird'e, formerly Itees' clga. store.
svpi-ai loada of cinders for the
liullng, at the Domestic Laundry.
ror T?fnt rtnp furnished room for
Ipntleman; Inquire East Oregonlan.
Suit cases, telescopes ami minus;
IKew shipment just In. Daer &
iDiley.
Get vour clothes cleaned and
I tressed at Joerger's, 120 West
Court street.
Ladles call early and avoid the
I rush. .Muslin underwear sale. Alex
wder's Department Store.
For Ilent Five-room house, with
Cot Sunny. U. C. Rnder.
Now spring shirts, The Boston,
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint.
Now lino men's sweaters. The
Boston.
Discoveries nro ns old as they are
always new.
Houbo for rent; partly furnished;
H. J. Stlllman.
Flornl sets and children's garden
sots, 2Cc up. Nolf's toy store.
Ladies attention. Kid glove sale
at Alexander Department Store.
New crush leather bolts, the latest,
at Alexander Department Store.
The Y. M. C. A. will erect a $100,
1)00 building in Spokane this season.
The greatest shoe bargains over
offered at Alexander Department
Store.
Suite of rooms, with or wltheut
board, suitable for two. Inquire at
this ofllce.
The man who hesitates may be
lost, but the woman who hesitates Is
surely wou.
James R. Parson, of Albany, N. Y.,
has been appointed consul-general to
Mexico city.
TnntHch Is nfforlnir 97 hats, broken
lines, regular $3 and $3.50 values, to
close at 12.00.
Are you looking for a bargain In a
tailor-made suit? Call on Alexander
Department Store
97 lints, correct shanes. broken
sizes, regular $3 and ?3.C0; to close,
bath, three blocks east of Main i $2.00, At Toutsch's.
itreet. Apply at East Oregonlan. a fine high grade piano for sale
There aren't enouch ail lect Ives in'chean: must be for cash. Address
tie English language to enable a ! U3 care Eas Oregonlan.
flrl properly to describe her first Tim Tpffrips mid .lack Munroe. the
heavyweights, will fight In San Fran
cisco about the last of May.
The Day and Night Transfer Co.
gives the best cervice. Billy Loath
ers, proprietor. 'Phone Main 101.
KlIPPPflR Is like snrliiR. About the
time you are willing to bet It is here,
you have to stop and siiovei snow.
The wider your understanding and
Hin iTPiitm- vnur charity, the more
imtiPiitly you will live and let live.
For Sale Four-room house with
cellar. Lot GOxlOO. Located at bib
tnn Htrppl. Innulro at the Red
Front saloon.
There is nothing more aggressive
than the virtue of an ugly, untempt
od woman, or the determination of
a youne man to set every wrong
thing In the world right.
Fresh garden, field and flower
onmic in bulk and Dockages. All
n,io iongnti' ntnck and sure to pro
duce. Our seeds are suitable to this
climate. C. Rohrman, Court street.
beau.
John Oliver, aged 70 years, fell Into
Nehalem river, near Buxton. Friday,
by the caving in of a bank and was
i drowned,
The United States sold $133,000,000
worth of lirpariatiiffa nlirnnil last
year, an Increase of $0,000,000 over
ue uest previous year.
For Kent Suite of rooms lu East
Oregonlan building. Steam heated.
Hot and cold water and bath room
on same floor. Call at East Oregqnlan
ofllce.
New !
Waist Sets
and i
I Sash Pins I
. ..
" ladles
e
These are the correct Ideas
Very Newest de-
Inns. They are pretty. See
them in oud window.
: HUNZKER
J The Progressive Jeweler
726 Main Street
Charles H. Miller, of Echo, Is visit
ing In Pendleton.
W. W. Harrah, of Wild Horse,
spent the day here on business.
Mr. nml Mrs. H. Reed, of Huron,
are visiting here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gagen, of Sump
ter, 'are In town visiting old friends.
Mm M P. Hnmlltnn. of Wnlla
Walla, Is visiting i-endleton friends.
T. .T. Matlock, of HeoDner. Is vis
iting Pendleton friends for a short
time.
Pnl. P.. C .Tiulsnn nasspd throucll
from Echo to Walla Walla, last even
ing.
Mr nnrt Mrs. .Tohn Allpn and fam
ily, of Pilot Rock, nre visiting In this
place.
1.. M. Wntrus. a nromlncnt resident
of Adams, spent yesterday In Pen
dleton.
Mica Tlolln ("Ihllrlprs. nf l.n nrnnde.
Is in town the guest of friends for a
few days.
J. H. King, one of the well known
farmers of Ho.ix, was a Pendleton
visitor today.
George H. Sutherland, of Walla
Walla, contractor, Is in the city for
a short business visit.
Mrs. Martha Mays, of Elgin, is in
the city visiting her son, William
Mays, the well known contractor.
AW MpTfno lpft this mornlnc for
Athena, where he goes to visit his
hardware business tor a lew uays.
Prnni.- n. Mltclipll. of the firm of
Brock & McComas, left this morning
for a short business visit at Athena.
fi. B. Mavs. one of the prominent
attorneys of La Grande, was In the
city today for a short business visit.
E. A. Troutman left this morning
for Athena on business, having u
number of building plans on hand
there.
L. B. Zell, of Milton, was in the
city yesterday, having come over on
Saturday to attend the Woodmen
banquet.
Mr. nml Mrs. R. E. 1'orter are the
guests of friends n Pendleton for a
Hiirirt visit, havlnir come from their
home in Meacham yesterday.
n. n. Toel. of Echo, was In the city
Saturday evening on business. He Is
orontlv Intprpsted In the irrigation
development of the Echo district and
also in uiversiueu iarnung.
rl Ttnliert Stubblefleld
hnvs mno nut to tlielr bomesteads
In the North Cold Springs district.
to remain for a lew uays. iney wm
sow a few acres of dry land alfalfa
this spring.
DECLAMATORY CONTEST.
Pendleton Academy Will Hold Exer
cises at Presbyterian Church To
morrow Night.
tiiq iinnimi rtpnlnmatorv contest of
Pendleton Academy will be neui ai
Mm Presbyterian church tomorrow
night, beginning at S o'clock.
The contestants and their selec
tions are as follows;
Academic Department.
Odessa Porter. "Paradise and the
Pnvl "
Pearl Porter, "A Race Tor ixve.
Vera Marsten, "Demmy Jake."
Emma Crulkshank, "A Basket of
Flowers."
Preparatory Department.
Lottie McLeod, "The Burning of
Chicago."
Anna Cate, "Tiie Fireman.
Weltha Nawman, "Molly."
Alpha Black, "In School Days."
The ludges of the contest will be
Judge S. A. Lowell, Uev. G. L. Hall
and Bert Huffman.
rifnaanA wlrna In n New York sub
.nv atnrtoii n ilrp. that was confined
to 20 linear feet of tunnel space, but
11 nnn tplnnhones and 200
stock tickers 'out of commission and
cut off C7C telegrapn wires.
ficht Is being made
In Connecticut against vaccination-
compulsory or otherwise, ine issue
is made against the legal necessity
bpincr n Qualification
Ul IMVVil tiwvtww 1
for admission to public schools.
I Hi n nromlnent mln
uminii .
man ima pnnfessed since his ar
rest on a chargo of embezzlement,
that he murdered his wife and child
March 9, by shooting, In their home
In Russoll Gulch, Gilpin county. Col.
aii n,onnillnr warrants for
school district No. 10. Issued prior to
February 1, 1904, will be paiu upon
o.r.nlallnn nr I11V Ofllce. ROOtn 1C,
Judd building. Interest ceasos after
iintn Pendleton. Oregon, April 9,
1904. John Halley, Jr., clerk.
Ballard's Snow Liniment
Horehound Syrup
Heroine
KOEPPENS Tb Po'1 tore
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERt
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
FIRE SALE
IN
FULL BLAST
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Real Estate Transfers.
Runs Mnnrn and wife have sold to
Frank Sporeleder for $2,3iw, a tract
of land In section 10 of township 0,
north of range 3D east, ueins m '
Iclnlty of Frultvaie.
i, f. Vancll has sold to Ruby Mc
Coy, for $1,350. lot 3 of block G, in
the town of Milton.
Reception to Van Nuys.
A public reception will be tender-
,i ii nv w t.. Van Nuys on nexi
Thursday evening at the home of Dr.
C. J. Hmltn. All are luiuwuj
ed to meet the new Presbyterian
pastor and give liimseu am
r ... . ... .1... nltV
cordial welcome iu i"
The Maltese Grain.
rr.1... mlloo pr.ln In the WOTIU
1UU DUIUIIUB. ww... " .
having a genuine circulation Is prob
ably a Maltese gram, u nj -
ment of bronze aooui "b
as the top of a slate pencil and
worth only ouo-iwemu oi
Attention Eaglesl -
i n t Ppniiipinn Aerie'
No. 28, are requested to be present
at the meeting mis eteuiue m.
ness of Importance will be consld
ered.
Talklna Birds.
mi. a .toKfrtt la iron nxallv supposed
to hnvn the mououoly of the power
, m..n,r iiinis. but. as a
matter of fact, uie puuuio iw ...
decldod Inferior to that of the mlna,
a kind of starling
Hockey In Canada.
Hockey finds a large place In the
Canadian's heart. At one time near-
..i.,i. ..inirpii and larce bus
InosB concern 'in the Dominion had Its
hockey club.
A Queer Freak.
A .....,. Vranrll OPCeiltrlc UBDer
iV HIWIWOW ......... , , i
ed his walls with the deep bordered
Invitation cards roceivou w mo
orals of friends and acquaintances.
Oxvaen In the Blood.
mi, ni.,iipni ni-Ipf rocommciuls ns
tho best way to get oxygou In the
i.i,,i to wniu- nnhlll two or three
limes a dny.
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Unappreciated Genius.
"I'm a lightning calculator," said
the applicant for the bookkeeping
position.
"Then you'll not do here," replied
the proprietor of tho powder works;
"you d blow up uie insiiiuuoii.
Philadelphia Press.
Grazing Land for Lease.
to nnn nnra nn firnndp Kondfl river.
Grande Ronde Lumuer Co., Perry, Or.
Mm m t Mnlsnn. a nloneer of Or
egon, aged 80 years, died at Portland
Saturday oveninc
A COMPETENT
OUR MILLINERY
IS DIFFERENT
It hat that Individuality which counts so much. Each Hat
shows our advanced styles. Our new creations are works of art
and have won the admiration of all the ladles. We know you will
be delighted. Come and See.
CARRIER MILLINERY
THE HOME OF THE 8TYLI8H HAT.
Shoemaker
NOW WORKING ON THE BENCH
AT
The Boston
Shoe
The Horseshoe Restaurant
T. L. BAKER, Propriotor.
Positively tho host meals over served In Pondloton at 25c at
the Horseshoe for 20c.
Lunches and short orders served at right prlcos. Open day
t and night. Chlckon dinner overy Sunday. Only wiuto neip em
ployed, The Horseshoe Is ct 052 Main street, opposite Taiiraan
Co.'B.
FIRST-CLASS
NEATLY DONE.
REPAIR WORK
A GUARANTEED ROOF
That's the kind to have. Somolhlng that won't glvo out Just at tho
wrong time. Something that will stand hard usage ELATERITE ROOF
ING will satisfy theso requirements and many more. It Is guaranteed
to do what wo claim for It. It has been on tho market for over twelve
years and Is offered strictly on Its own merits, not on tho demerits oC
other' goods. Write for prices and Information.
The Glaterite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, Oregon
LEGAL BLANKS oittttez-
atogae of them, A full supply always kept in stock.
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