East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 04, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1903.
PAQE 88VSN,
PERSONAL' MENTION
Just recolved another shipment of
Voile, Etamlno and Brllllantlne Skirts
by express.
You should see them. None ?lko
them in Pendleton. $S.0O to $14.00.
Summer Shoes for
Ladies and Children
Wo have thera In dainty slippers,
In patent and kid, from $1.25 to $4.00.
Fine light solos, floxlble, $1.50 to
$2.50.
Gonulno wolt Oxfords, $2.50 to $3.00.
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Aita streets
CITY BREVITIES
hi is town-
c Rider. et suuuj.
iwtrein.the Delta kind.
IaSUU at the Boston.
L fruit dally, at Martin's,
fwtard's beer at The Mint.
hi spring shirts. The uosion.
L, nne men's sweaters. The
stow repaired while you wait at
Intici'i.
gait cases, traveling nags aim
Uki. Baer & Daley.
lo.. eet satlsf action at How-
Lit, formerly Rees' cigar store.
I ne St. George restaurant, upeu
r iad night. Jirs. uoopui, ii"-
I Tot ale A fine upright piano In
I condition, or purucuiura oca
I. f Utioeder.
an at the Pantheon saloon and
tale, now open, corner weou unu
Ottowood streets.
Tn the hot free lunch at the Mer-
Auti' Cate. 12 to 1 at noon; 4 to
llp.uL, and at midnight.'
for Rent Five-room house, wltu
Itiih. three blocks east of Main
I met Apply at East Oregonlan.
Kw lines of' neckwear, all shapes,
I pod silks, 15c for your choice. See
Titdow display Sullivan & Bond.
For Sale A Holt Junior Combined
iHirrester, 1S02 model, In good condi-
son Apply to Louis F. Anderson,
I Petdleton, Or,
Wasted A good girl to do general
I buses or k in family of three. Good
nm. Call on Mrs. W. L. Thomp-
I son, (15 Water street.
All ot our dinnerware not full sets,
i! naif price with cash purchase of
crockery and glassware and lamp.
Ote night lamp free. See window
lay. C Rohrman.
air, Silas II, Soule. of Smile Urns.'
1m Co., of Portland, the well
howa piano man and professional
taw, will arrive lu Pencllntnn Mnn.
on his semi-annual trip. Please
feifs orders for tuning at Tallman's
drug ttore.
THE EYES I
They are the most delicate
organs 0f the system and
alould not be neglected or en
trusted to none but thoroughly
Practical and experienced optl
cians. We are graduates of two ot
tie leading optical colleges ot
w country, and our large ex
Perlence makes us competent
correct the defects ot the
's la a scientific manner. Wo
" Slasses perfectly.
HUNZIKER
The ProgreMve Jeweler.
T26 Main Street.
Hats, all stylos, at
Churchill's now
mules
Zack is In town.
Get Sunny. TJ. C. Under.
Wood and coal see McAdam.
Geiser threshers at Kunkel's.
Get a "top cont." The Boston.
The Delta Ice cream Is delicious.
Bg sale on Slippers at Teutsch's.
Drag and disk harrows at Kunkel's.
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
ton. ,
"Mayflower" Shoes nt Teutsch's,
$3.00.
Ladles' Suit sale at Teutsch's
store.
Douglas and Hanan shoes. The
Boston.
Panama
Teutsch's.
?3.G0 and $3.00 Hats for $2.00 at
Teutsch's.
"The Crossing,"
book, at Frazler's.
Persons wishing to raise
breed mares to Big Ben.
Clearance sale at Mrs. Campbell's.
Closing out of all pattern lints.
Ice cream, confectionery and cl
gars at Hatton's, 304 Court Btreet.
Fine cun and saucers, cake and
bread plates, fruit dishes. Nolf's.
Mollne wagons, rubber tired bug.
gies, carriages and hacks nt Kunkel's.
Get your clothes cleaned and
nrfissed at Joerger's. 12G West Court
Btreet.
Mon's working gloves, good values,
absolutely guaranteed, at auiuvan sc,
Bond's.
Furnished room with Independent
ontrance for rent, $8 per month, 1002
East Court street.
Call at the Pantheon saloon nnd
cafe, now onen. Corner Webb and
Cottonwood streets.
Try the hot free lunch nt the Mer
chants' Cafe. 12 to 1 at noon: 4 to
C p.m., and at midnight.
Wanted to Rent B-roora furnished
houiie with bath. No children. Ad
dress "D," care East Oregonlan.
Don't forget the Woodmen enter
tainment at the Christian church to-
nlcht. Performance commences at
8:30 p. in. Admission SO cents.
Agents Wanted To sell our super
ior high-grade nursery stock; new
and complete outfit furnished free;
cash weekly, write today for choice
of territory. Capital City Nursery
Company, Salem, Or.
All taxpayers west of Main street,
are requested to meet at the Field
school house on the comer of LUIeth
and Alta streets, Tuesday evening at
7:30 for the purpose of selecting a
site for their school building If they
do not want It set on the garbage
pile.
For Sale Lots 8 and 9, block 219.
These lots are on the hill south of
town near Mr. Sewell's residence.
They are In 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 15th. Enquire of Fred
Lockley at East Oregonlan office.
Wanted Energetic, trustworthy
man to manage branch office of an old
established mercantile agency at Pen
dleton, Oregon. Guaranteed salary
of $1,000 per year. Must have $300
cash capital. Reference requested.
State age, former occupation, etc.
Applicant must he prepared to come
to Portland for Interview. Address
Van Alstlne, Gordon & Co., 100-101
Sherlock Building. Portland, Oregon.
LOG CABIN
ICE CREAM
JWn'e famous Ice Cream can again be obtained at the old ta
" Los Cabin Soda Fountain.
KOEPPENS pTlfeS?&
DRUG STORE
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
Clyde E. Finch went to Weston to
day. Miss Bessie McBrlde is visiting In
Weston.
Chester Hamilton, ot La Grande, Is
In the city.
Fred Davis, of Wilbur, I in tho
city today.
H. A. Faxon visited the picnic at
Weston today.
Mrs. J. a. McKee, of Heppner, Is
the guest of friends In Pendleton.
Rev. O. U Hall went to Weston
this morning to attend the picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Montgomery
were the guests of friends at Weston
today.
Horace Walker, county commis
sioner, returned to his home at Helix
this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Penrl. of Pros
ser, are visiting with Pendleton
friends for a few days.
C. E. Troutman left this morning
for Athena, where he has gone to at
tend to some business.
W. F. Matlock went to Weston this
morning to visit with tho pioneers
who are gathered there.
E. Wilbur, one of the well known
stockmen of North Fork, spent tho
day In tho city on business.
H. C. Adams, of Weston, republican
candidate for the legislature, was a
business visitor In town yesterday.
J. W. Morrow, tax agent of the O.
U. & N., left this morning for Port
land after a business visit ot several
days In Pendleton.
Dr. W. G. Cole was a visitor at
Weston this morning to visit Arthur
O'Brinn. near that city, who has been
very 111 with appendicitis for some
time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hlnlke went to
Weston this morning for a visit at
tho picnic, They were accompanied
by Mr. HInklo's brother. Wnlter Hln
klo, of San Francisco.
Miss Elsie Grant, who has been se
riously 111, but Is now convalescing,
hopes to be able to attend the closing
exercises of St. Joseph's Academy,
Wednesday. June S, and receive the
graduating honors.
C. P. Strain left this morning with
the democratic bunch for Weston,
where he will mix with the old folks
today. He will then go to Milton,
where he will attend the memorial
services of the Milton camp of the
Woodmen tomorrow and on Monday
will vote at his home precinct.
I. R, Bamber, the popular Industri
al teacher of the UmatllM Indian
school, was In the city today on bus
iness. Mr. Bamber Is one of the most
efficient drill masters in the North
west, having had charge of this work
In the West at different Indian
schools for the past 25 years.
Gwlnn at Weston.
James H. Gwlnn, accompanied by
numerous friends and acquaintances,
left this morning for Weston, where
It Is his Intention to visit the picnic,
renew his acquaintance with the old
settlers of the county, advocate the
formation or a wool pool, talk republi
can principles and sell a few thous
and of life insurance. He will return
this evening.
Ballast E. Kennedy.
B. E. Kennedy was a Weston visi
tor today In the interest of politics
of tho county. Since most of the pll
grlms to tho Normal town today were
democrats, It Is supposeu ;'.iai Mr.
Kennedy went along as a sort of re
publican ballast lent the ship of state
get topiieavy.
Will Locate In Portland.
G. L. Dimllnger. who has 'een em
nloved in the Peoples Warehouse for
several months, left this morning for
Portland, where he will resiuo in tne
future, having accepted a position
with one of the large stores of that
place. t u.i'V
Woodmen Notice.
Pendleton Camp No. 41, W. O. W
will have unveiling ceremonies at 01
ney cemetery on Sunday, June Cth,
1904. All members ot the camp are
earnestly requested to meet at the
hall at 2:30 p. ra., so as to leavn the
hall at 3 p. m. sharp. La Grande
Camp and Circle will be here to take
part with Pendleton Camp.
Mrs. Cora O. Wilson In Town.
Mrs. Cora O. Wilson, of Pullman,
chairman of the board of managers
of the Women of Woodcraft, visited
with Mrs. Carrie Van Orsdall for a
short time today on business con
nected with the order.
St. Joseph's Program.
The program arranged for the clos
ing exercises of St. josepn's Acade
my, Wednesday, June 8, will be one of
the most interesting ever offered.
Presbyterian Church The com
munion service announced for tomor
row has been postponed two weeks.
The sermon at the morning service
will be delivered by ltov, J. Ji. Leiper,
of Portland. Subject: "The Sabbath
a Necessity." Mr. Leiper is nem sec
retary of the Northwest Sabbath As
sociation, and Is devoting bis entire
tlmo to the presentation of this im
portant subject to the hurried world
of today. All are welcome at una
service. The evening Burvicu ui o
will be omitted that all may Join In
the local option rally at the First
Christian church. Other services as
usual. W. L. Van Nuys, pastor.
Tim Woodmen Entertainment to
night at the Christian church, will bo
n delight to evoryone that attends
Doors open at 7:45 p. ra. Aumission
CO cents,
zniif one of the finest caterers on
the coast will have charge of the Pan
theon Oyster Cafe, Webb and Cotton
wood streets.
Call at the Pantheon saloon and
cafe, now opon. corner weuu auu
Cottouwood streets.
WHITE WASH SUITINGS
SUITABLE FOR
Waists and
Shirt Waist Suits
20c, 25c, 30c, 35c, 50c, 65c and ?5c per yard
SEE WINDOW FOR. DISPLAY
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
The Peoples Warehouse
COMING EVENTS.
June C Rubber-tired buggy will be
given away by the East Oregonlan.
Juno C General election In Ore
gon.
June 15, 1C, 17 Oregon encamp-1
ment G. A. R., Hood Rlvor.
Juno 22 Thirty-second annual re-.
union Oregon Pioneers, Portland, j
June 23, 24, 25 Northwest Sports- j
men's tournament, Pendleton. i
August 22-27 American Mining j
Congress, Portland.
Bishop O'Rellley Will Speak.
Rt. Rev. C. J. O'Rellley, D. D will
address the audience at the closing
exercises of St. Joseph's Academy,
June 8, after conferring the graduat
ing honors on MIbs Amelia Rnblnno
vltz, Miss EIslo Grant and Miss Fran
ces FItz Gerald.
HARNESS STORE
MOVED
; CARL WEI8SERT HAS MOVED HIS HARNE88 SHOP TO
HIS NEW BRICK BUILDING ON WEST SIDE OF COURT
I STREET, NEAR COTTONWOOD, WHERE HE WOULD BE
t PLEASED TO HAVE HI8 CUSTOMERS CALL AND SEE HIM.
I FIRST-CLASS, HONEST MADE HARNE38 AND SADDLES AT
LOW PRICE8.
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Woodmen Notice.
All members of Pendleton Camp
No. 41, W. O. W. degreo team, are
earnestly requested to meet at Wood
men hall at 2 p. m. on Sunday In
uniform. It not able to come, send
uniform so they can he used.
Ironers Wanted. "
Six first-class ladles' clothes Iron
ers wanted at the Domestic Laundry.
Call at the Pantheon saloon
cafe, now open. Corner Webb
Cottonwood streets.
and
and
There is only one way to do right.
SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
ONLY PLACE IN PENDLE
TON TO GET IT.
PAINTER8' MATERIALS OF
ALL KINDS.
E. J. MURPHY
i
Court St.
WATER
TANKS
We make a Specialty of Building
Round or Square
WATER TANKS
Also Header Deds all sizes and
kinds. Wo make them right and they
always give satisfaction. Our work
Is never slighted or botched.
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
Umatilla Meat Market
JU8T OPENED ONE OF THE NICEST, CLEANEST AND
BEST MEAT MARKET8 IN THE CITY. NOTHING BUT THE t
CHOICEST MEATS. . ,
MAPLE BUILDING. 219 COURT 8TREET. 'PHONE MAIN
1011.
Sunlight
Brings warm days; warm days bring a demand for cool wearables
You will do well to Inipect our lines, at we are prepared to supply
your wantt at unquestionable low prices, A few noteworthleti
Ladles' knit cotton vests, sleeveless, In cream and white, all
sizes', each 6c.
Ladles knit cotton vosts, sleoveless, In ecru, whlti1plnk and
blue, each 15c.
Ladles' black drop-stltch hose, nobby doslgns, guaranteed stain
less colors, per pair, 25c.
Ladles' laco lisle gloves, right In trend with (he season, In
black, white and tan, per pair, 25c.
Ladles summer corsets, Kant Rust Kind, honed with non-rust-able
wlro, color white, 60c.
Men's Ilalbrlggan underwear, plain and fancy designs, worth
up to $1.50 suit, special montlon per garment, 60c.
Youths' Ilalbrlggan underwear, natural color, sizes 24 to 34,
special mention, per garment, 35c,
Straw hats that are pleasant to ho seen wllh, our line com
plete In shupes, grades and varloly; novor moro natty than
this season.
WHITTINGHILL
MERCANTILE CO.
126-130 COURT STREET
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