East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 01, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    TEN paoes.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1904.
PAQE 8EVEN.
Lee Teutsch's Dept, Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
CITY BREVITIES
Zack Is 'n town
U c IUder. Get Suuny.
J1.25 hats at the Boston.
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Oelser threshers at Kunkel's.
Fresh fruit dally, at Martin's.
Welnhard's beer at The Mint.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
Removal sale at Owl Tea House.
Big sale on Slippers at Teutsch's.
Drag and disk barrows at Kunkel's.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos-
ton.
Ladies' Suit sale at Teutsch's
(tore,
New line men's sweaters. The
Boston.
Shoes repaired while you wait at
Teutsch's,
Persons wishing to raise mules
treed mares to Big Ben.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
trd's. formerly Bees' cigar store.
The St. George restaurant, open
day anil night Mrs. Cooper, propri
etor Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 120 West Court
street,
For sale A line upright piano In
good condition. For particulars see
Flatzoeuer.
Five days special sale, commons
lug Monday. Closing out street hats,
Mrs. Campbell's.
Try the hot free lunch at the Mer
chants' Cafe, 12 to 1 at noon; 4 to
p. m., ana at midnight.
Try the hot free lunch at the Mer
chants' Cafe, 12 to 1 at noon; 4 to
p. m., and at midnight.
Try the hot free lunch at the Mer-
crants' Cafe, 12 to 1 at noon; 4 to
i p, m., and at midnight.
For Rent Five-room house, with
mid, tnree blocks east of Malu
itreet. Apply at East Oregonlan.
All' of our dinnerware not full aetn
t half price with cash purchase of
"ocKery and glassware and lamp,
One night lamp free. See window
display C. Ilohrman.
THE EYES
They are the most delicate
4 organs of the svstem and
should not be neglected or en
trusted to none hut thoroughly
Practical and experienced opti
cians. We are graduates of two of
jhe leading optical colleges ot
the country, and our large ex
perience makes us competent
to correct the defects of the
es In a scientific manner. We
"t glasses perfectly.
HUNZIKER
The Progressive Jeweler.
726 Main Street.
I
LOG CABIN
ICE CREAM
tortf611'8 'amous Ico Cream can again be obtained at the old fa
119 8 Cabin Soda Fountain.
KOEPPENS
A. C. KOEPPEN &
New Skirts
Just received another shipment ot
Voilo, Etamlno and Drllltantlne Skirts
by oxpross.
You should see them. .None Mke
thorn In Pendleton. $5.00 to $14.00.
Summer Shoes for
Ladies and Children
We have them In dainty slippers,
In patent and kid, from $1.25 to $4.00.
Fine light soles, flexible, $1.50 to
$2.50.
Oonulno welt Oxfords, $2.50 to $3.00.
Zack is In town.
Oet'Sunny. U. C. Rnder.
Wood and coal see McAdam.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
Removnl sale at Owl Tea House.
The Delta Ice cream Is delicious.
Removal sale at Owl Tea House.
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint.
"Mayflower" Shoes at Teutsch's,
3.00.
$3.G0 and $3.00 Hats for $2.00
Teutsch's.
Panama
Teutsch's.
Hats,
all styles, at
"The Crossing," Churchill's new
book, at Frazier's.
Suit cnseB, traveling bags and
trunks. Baer & Daley.
Ice cream, confectionery and cl
gars a Hatton's, 304 Court street.
Mollne wagons, rubber tired bug'
glea, carriages and hacks at Kunkel's
Clothes hampers, clothes, baskets,
clothes dryers, curtain stretchers
Nolfs.
For Sale A Holt Junior Combined
Harvester, 1902 model, lu good coudl
tlon. Apply to Louis F. Anderson
Pendleton, Or.
Zack, one of the finest caterers on
the coast will have charge of the Pan
thoon Oyster Cafe, Webb and Cotton
wood streets
For Sale Lots 8 and 9, block 219
These lots are on the hill south of
town near Mr. Sewell's residence,
They are lu a sightly and healthful
location with fine view of the city,
and are in a growing part of the city
where property values are advancing
rapidly. A beautiful location for a
home. Will take $250 cash If taken
before June loth. Enquire of Fred
Lockley ot East Oregonlan office,
Wanted Energetic, trustworthy
man to manuge branch office of an old
established mercantile agency at Pen
dieton, Oregon. Guaranteed salary
of $1,000 per year. Must have $300
cash capital. Reference requested
State age, former occupation, etc,
Applicant must bo prepared to come
to Portlnnd for Interview, Address
Van Alstlne, Gordon & Co., 100-101
Sherlock Building, Portland, Oregon
NEW COMPANY ORGANIZED.
Will Do a General Building Ditching
and Reservoir.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
tills morning organizing the Newport
Land & Construction Company. H
G., A. E. and H, R. Newport and W
H. Boyd are the Incorporators, with
their principal place of business at
Echo. The capital stock of the com
pany will be $5,000, divided Into 1,000
shares of 15 each,
Tho purpose of the company will be
to own and operate a general con
struction and building business, to
put in Hues, ditches and reservoirs.
Circuit Court Postponed.
Judge Ellis announces that the term
of circuit court which was to have
convened on June u, has been post'
poned until 10 o'clock, Monday, June
13, and Jurymen summoned ror this
term are notified to be on hand at
that time, without fall.
Roy Rounds Enlists.
F. P. Rounds, foreman of the O, R.
& N. mechanical department In this
city, received a letter from his son
Roy. last evening, saying that ho had
enlisted In the regular army at van
couver. Wash., being a member of
Company D, 19th Infantry.
Zack Is In town.
popfe
DRUG STORE
BROTHERS
AT
AGENCY
10
CLOSING EXERCISES
HELD LAST EVENING.
Were Remarkable for the Proficiency,
Ability and Training Shown by the
Indian Children A Large Party
From Pendleton Attended and Came
Home Highly Pleased .A Perform-
ance That Struck Such a High Av
erage of Excellence That Special
Commendation Would Be Unjust.
Quite a number ot people from
town attended the closlne exercises
at tho agency school last evening,
and returned loud In their praises of
wnnt tney saw nnd heard.
The program as given Inst night Is
said to have been the test ever ren
dered by the pupils of tho school, nnd
tho degreo of training which has been
attained by the little ones as well ns
by the older members ot the school.
Is a source of pleasant surprise to all
who witnessed them go through their
parts last evening.
It Is Impossible to give each num
ber a separate mention, nnd ns each
deserved It, all that ran bo said is
that the whole entertainment was a
most unqualified success and reflects
credit upon the teachers and em
ployes who have helped tho children
In their training and preparation.
Among those who attended from
the city wore Mrs. T. M. Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Loon Cohen, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Robinson, Misses Stolla Alexan
der, Ethel Johnson, Rose Fletcher,
Laing, Whlttemnro, Efflo Jean Fra
zler, Jeanette Heathmnn, Crawford
and Parks: Messrs. A C. Funk, Geo.
Ferguson. Albert Cohen, E. P. Dodd
and Harry Thompson.
PERSONAL MENTION
Frank K. Wells, of Milton, is In tho
city.
K. F. Farnwald, of Ridge, Is In the
city today.
Frank Rack, of Eclio, Is in the city
today on business.
Professor E. A. Shattuck returned
from Athena last night.
Matt Mosgrove, the Milton mer
chant, was a Pendleton visitor todny.
Henry Blackmail, the democratic
warhorse of Heppner, wns In town to
day.
Mr. and Mrs, P. M. Howard left this
morning for Walla Walla, where they
will visit.
F. J. Walsh, of the O. R. & N. civil
engineer service, Is In the city on a
brief visit.
H. C. Willis, of Echo, returned
homo this morning nfter a short visit
in the city.
A. B. Stephens returned to Umatilla
today, after transacting business
here yesterday.
Miss Jennie Howard left this morn
ing for Milton, where she will visit
for a short time,
Mrs. Mamie Gibbon and daughter,
Miss Jennie Gibbon, nnd son Frank,
have returned to Alba.
Miss Sadie Vardley of La Grande,
has accepted a position as waitress
at the Hotel Pendleton.
Mrs. W. T. Hill and daughter, Miss
Hill of Athena, were In the city yes
terduy visiting friends. -
Miss Olu Fuqua and slater, of Hard
man, are visiting with Mrs. John
Vaughan for a few days.
Mrs. M. Mulklus of Helix, returned
home this morning after a visit of
several duys in Pendleton.
D. B. Richardson, one of the prom I
nent residents of Helix, was in town
today on a short business trip.
Mrs. Dollle Payzant of Alba, was
tho guest of friends here during the
convention of the Degree oi Honor.
Prof. Frank K. Wells of Milton, Is
n town touay visiting wiui ineuus
and looking after his political Inter
ests.
Mrs. J, If. Robblns returned to her
home at Spokane tills morning after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Hansford.
Rev. and Mrs, Hosklns left this
morning for Dayton, where they will
attend the conference of the United
Brethren church.
J. E. Cherry, democratic candidate
for county clerk, who Is making a sue-
cessful campaign, is in the city today
In the Interest of his race.
W. R. Frey and wife leave today for
an exienueu visii 10 i-unmuu, ovav
tie and other Northwest points. They
oxnect to be absent about two
months.
Ernest Younger returned this mom
Ing from Portlaud, where he attended
the meetings called for the purposo
of organizing the Mate urocers' As
sociation. will Heamls. of Seattle, returned
home this morning after a visit here
with his. sister, Mrs, P, M. Howard.
Mr. Ueamlss Is the shipping clerk for
the Northwest Rubber company.
Mrs. King Cannot Live.
The condition of Grandma King Is
gradually growing worse and her
children have, all been summoned
from their various homes. Tom King,
of lone, has arrived, as have also Mrs.
Brown from Spokane, and Mrs. Wll
holm and daughters from Elgin. Mrs.
rue came up from penuieton tins
morning, and Mrs. LuJa Michael will
arrive lator. Mrs. Haney of Surapter,
has been In attonduuee on her mother
for some time, and the ouier two
sons, W. J. and John, reside here.
Athena Press.
Hood River Strawberries.
firdnm booked from dealers
for
umber of crates wantod dally by ex-
press, prices quotod ou request. Sup
ply your customers by orderlug ot
Summer Clothing Summer Furnishings
Summer Dress
The Peoples Warehouse
FOUR TONS OF HONEY.
R. E. Thorn and James McCarty, of
Butter Creek, Have About 200 Col
onies of Bees Each.
R. E. Thorn, of Echo, one of the
most extensive honey producers In I
Eastern Oregon, is In tho city today I
on business. Mr. Thorn has over 200 ,
colonies of bees on his Butter creek i
ranch, mid makes a business of pro
ducing honey for market. James
McCarty, also of Butter creek, Is nn
other heavy bee raiser nnd Mr. Thorn j
anu ;ir. Mcuariy win encn luarKCl
about four tons of honey this season.
Tho first of the crop will bo ready
for market about July IS and tho last
will be sent out about Soptember 15.
The honey produced by those, men la
all sweet clover honey nnd Is market
ed readily in Pendleton and Portlnnd
at good prices, as It Is a choice arti
cle. Nearly all the farmers In the Butter
creek district have a few stands of
bees, but few of them raise honey ex
tensively, as It requires special prep
arations for tho work and special enro
Echo Is especially adapted to produc
Incr nn AYPollPiit rrndn nf hnniv
COMING EVENT8.
Juno 2, 3. 4 Umatilla county
plo-
neers' reunion, at Weston.
June C Rubber-tired buggy will bo
glveu away by the East Oregonlan.
June C General election In Ore
gon.
June ID, 10, 17 Oregon encamp
ment O. A. R., Hood River.
Juno 22 Thirty-second annual re
union Oregon Pioneers, Portlaud
June 23, 24, 2C Northwest Sports'
men s tournament, Pendleton
August 22-27 American Mining
Congress, Portland,
Lecture on Japan.
Come nnd hear Dr. Main Dixon lo
night on "Missions In Japan,'1 at tho
M. E. Church, South, at 8 o'clock.
Removal sale at Owl Tea House.
No Dessert
More Attractive
Why um gektlne and
spend hours soaking,
sweetening, flavoring
and coloring when
Joll-O
produces better jvmIIm in two mlnutesf
Everything in the puckae. Biinjily iidd hot
wuttmudsettocoul, It'spcrfectlon. Awir
prtao to the hoiwewife, Ko trouble, t:m ex.
pense. Try It twUy. In Pour J'ruit Fla
vors! Lemon, Oruuge, Strawberry, Uu-iu-berry.
At grocers. We.
SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
ONLY PLACE
TON TO
IN PENDLE
GET IT.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF
ALL KINDS.
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
MEN'S
WOMEN'S
Fabrics Summer Dresses and Waists f
Summer Underwear
Light, Comfortable
.Men, Women and Children
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
O SPICES, o
COFFEE,TEA,
BAKING POWDER,
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Abolurc Purity, 'Finest flavor,
GriaU r SrrwJIh, towonoblj Prices.
C10SSET&DEYER5
PORTLAND, OREGON.
I Honesty is the best policy !
- ; Sch!!Iiii(r' Wont
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baking kwder
llavuring eilracll
tutl
Your grocer's; money back.
Dally East Oregonian
only IS cent a wmV,
by carrier,
Admiration of Ladies
Is won at first glariCG by our oxqulsllo designs In millinery.
The Individuality of each hat In our stock Is appreciated by tho
peoplo who strive to bo abreast of tho fashions. The more particu
lar a lady Is about her head wear, tho more sho admires our show
ing. Wo want the prlvllcgo of showing you our exclusive new pat
terns. We know we can please you and all we ask Is a chance,
CARRIER MILLINERY
' C THE HOME OF THE 8TVLI8H HAT.
4
A Standard for Quality. Cleanliness and .Workmanship,
Hand Made.Clcar Havana FLYNN& CO., Makers.
Under Two Flags
French Military drama lu four acts.
Ft&tet Opera House
Thursday, June 2
This grand production given In Its entirety by Eastern Star,
Personally directed by William Edgar Graham, late of Frawley Co,
1700.00 In costumes, correct stage setting, beautiful scenic ef
fects, specialties between acts, ono continuous show. A play that
will give satisfaction to all, A cast that ACT their parts. Don't for
get the date, Thursday, June 2,
Prices 2Gc, CO a 75c,
.
Shoes
GRATZ'S
RESTAURANT
Is now open and It serving the
best meals In the city or 25
cents. 8hort orders a specialty,
Everything first-class.
One meal eaten at our place
will make you. a regular board,
er with us.
M. GRATZ, Prop.
C09 Main Street, Opp. Bailer's.
The East Oregonian It Eastern Or
egon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It and
how It by their liberal patronage, It
Is the advertising medium of this
section.
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