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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 8, 1904.
Clothing and Shoe Sale
Have you heard your
nqighbors talking about It?
"Wo havo sold nearly all of
the first lot ot 'men's suits,
and Wednesday morning BO
more new up-to-date suits
will bo placed on tho bar
Did you notice the reduc
tion? $10.00 Suits $6.65
$7.50 Suits $5.50
$8.50 Suits $6.25
$12.00 Suits $7.90
$13.75 Suits . $9.85
Over 1,500 pairs men's
and women's shoes are be
ing closed out at price.
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
r la In town.
ait orders at Gratz's.
; Rider. Get Sunny.
e cream, tne ueita kihu.
i hits at the Boston.
i fruit daily, at Martin's.
F spring shirts. The Boston.
tti line men s sweaters, ice
boa repaired while you wait at
; neals In the city served at
iotas get satisfaction at How
i formerly Rees' cigar store.
tie SL George restaurant, open
ud night Mrs, Cooper, proprl-
Zack Is In town.
Get Sunny. U. C. Itader.
Wood and coal see McAdam.
Geiser threshers at Kunkel's.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
The Delta Ice cream is delicious.
Big sale on Slippers at Teutsch's.
Drag and disk harrows at Kunkel's.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos.
"Mayflower" Shoes at Teutsch's,
Suit sale at Teutsch's
and Hanan shoes. The
Hats, all styles, at
your clothes cleaned and
I t Joerger's, 12C West Court
r the hot free lunch at the Mer-
b' Cafe, 12 to 1 at noon; 4 to
a, and at midnight.
Rent Five-room house, with
.three Mocks east of Main
Apply at East Oregonlan.
, one of the finest caterers on
ut will have charge of the Pan-
: Clyster Cafe, Webb and Cotton-
J of our dlnnerware not full sets.
! price with cash purchase o.f
r and glassware and lamp.
: sight lamp free. See window
aj. C. Rohrman.
pted-Energetic man or woman
: u traveling manager for an
established firm. References
i ud required. Salary $18 ner
i ltd expenses advanced. Chance
Ijmmotlon. Address F. B. Corn-
L Pendleton, Ore.
luted - Energetic, trustworthy
Fmanae branrh nfflno nt
ISUbed mercantile agency at Pen
A Oregon fiimmnio
IfifllO per year Must have S300
apital. Reference remiRsteii.
P former occunatlnn otn
I'KUt mU3t tit. Iirana.-,1 ,
d for interview. Address
Miae, Cordon & Co., 100-101
""d'ng, Portland, Oregon.
Tier una th. . . ..
. uo uiosi uencate
the system and
ot be neglected or ea
4 to none but thoroughly
J1 m experienced optl-
2lt optical college, ot
our largo ex
the. defect, of the,
7 Main Street.
$3.50 and $3.00 Hats for $2.00 at
Chicken dinner and lee cream Sun
days at Gratz's.
Furnished house for rent for two
months. U. C. Rader.
Persons wishing to raise mules
breed mares to Big Ben.
Clearance sale at Mrs. Campbell's.
Closing out of all pattern hats.
Ice cream, confectionery and ci
gars at Hatton's, 304 Court street.
Moline wagons, rubber tired bug
gies, carriages and hacks at Kunkel's.
Golf and negligee shirts, great va
riety of patterns at popular prices.
Baer & Daley.
Croquet sets, hammocks, garden
and flower tools, Japanese parasols.
Nolf's book store.
Furnished ropm with Independent
entrance for rent, $8 per month, 1002
East Court street.
Good seven-room house for rent,
corner Bluff and Willow streets. Call
at Kemler's grocery.
Lost A black leather cover mem
orandum book, valuable only to own
er. Liberal reward for return to this
Special rate to Meacham and re
turn on Sundays, $1.00. Everybody
go fishing. For particulars call on or
address E. C. Smith, agent O. R. & N.
.Mr. Silas H. Soule of Koule Bros.'
Piano Co. of Portland, the well known
piano man and professional tuner. Is
In Pendleton on his semi-annual trip.
Please leave orders for tuning at Tall
man's drug store.
Agents Wanted To sell our super
ior high-grade nursery stock; new
and complete outfit furnished free;
casb weekly, write today for choice
of territory. Capital City Nursery
Company, Salem, Or.
The Fair store has many special
good bargains to offer the public and
will change its advertisement In the
East Oregoulila every day. Every ad
vertisement should be read carefully.
as this progressive firm will have
something, new In each issue that will
be of Interest to you
,, E- I- Wilbur, 0f KorU rork ,s ,n
the city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Qrubbe, of Hold
man, spent the day in Pendleton.
H. B. Stanfleld, tho Echo farmer and
stockman, was a Pendleton business
George Clay, o. n. & N. section
foreman of North Fork, spent tho day
in the city,
C. E. Troutman. the
to Athena this moruinR on n' short
Jack Sklles and family, of Spokane,
..... i.3 mis evening to spend the
nuiiiuier in mis city.
S. F. Moore, one of the prominent
tomums ui Attains, was a Pendleton
uusmess visitor today.
u. v . uunt, of Portland. Is in town
ior a snort business visit here and at
his large farm near Foster.
Asa u. inomson returned to his
home In Echo this morning, aftr a
uuy s visit in rendleton on business.
Miss Winnie Privett left this, morn
Ing for Portland, whero sim ,vtn i,n
the guest of relatives and friends for
a iew weens.
Mrs. J. A. Carlson, of Kamela, came
down last night to remain a few dnys
to receive medical attention, her
health being very poor.
Horace WMker, county commis
sioner, left yesterday afternoon for
his home at Helix, after having spent
several days In Pendleton.
J. C. Lonergan, the cattle buyer for
the Frye-Bruhn Meat Company, left
this morning for Echo and points In
the Interior, where he goes to buy cat
tle. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Froy, who left
here several days ago. are now visit
ing In Victoria, H. c, where they will
remain indefinitely at the Victoria
C. F. Royal, a carpenter and bridge
contractor of Salem, was the guest
of the Hotel Bickers today for a short
time, on his way home from a visit
Miss Hazel Glass left this morning
ior ner nome at uoidendale. after a
short visit here with her uncle, W. D.
Chamberlain. Miss Glass has been
attending school at Athena for the
Conductor Coykendall. who came In
from La Grande last night, says the,
people of that city burned up several
nunareu gallons of oil In bonfires and
county seat ratification last night.
The town was decorated with banners
across the streets labeled "county
Summer Outing Suits for
Men and Young Men
Summer Shoes for
Men and Young Men
A Straight Tip !
Kvery man who buys a
Makes the best kind of tut investment bccifusc every
Stetson is n combination of the finest quality of materials
the highest skill in workmanship and unequalled beauty
The Peoples Warehouse
Straw Hats for Men
and Young Men
Nobby Outing Shirts for
Men and Young Men
Dr. Mary E. Sellen, of Terrytown.
N. Y., will deliver a free lecture to
the ladles and gentlemen of Pendle
ton at the court house Friday even
ing, June 10. Subject, "Astrology,
Phrenology and Kindred Subjects.'
Lecture commences at S o'clock. Dr.
Sellen lias lectured before the lead
ing clubs and societies of the east,'
among which was the Sorosls club ot
New York Cley. She Is a regular
practicing physician and Is a giadu
ate of tho Eclectic College of Cincin
nati, O. People of Pendleton should
avail themselves of the opportunity
to hear Dr. Sellen.
SKIN GRAFTING SUCCESSFUL.
Condition of Mrs. Nave Shows Marked
When tho burned wound on Mrs.
Nave was dressed yesterday It show
ed great Improvement, says tho Walla
Walla Union. Tho grafts on tho arm
have grown till nt least half of the
surface Is covered. The cuticle looks
healthy tind grows together leaving
Mrs. Nave's general health Is much
Improved, her suffering Is greatly al
leviated, and her strength is now In
creasing. Sho has been heroic all
through this terrible suffering, and
feels that her progress toward recov
ery Is as rapid as possible, and not
withstanding tho great suffering at
the present, Blic is cheerful and hopeful
First Thinning of Beets.
About 20 men were discharged tem
porarily from the Echo beet field last
night, the first thinning of the beets
Imvjng been completed. The crop Is
in excellent condition and a largo
yield of very high sugar per ce,:
beets will be harvested there. The.
weeding and later thinning must be
done yet. The land at Echo requires
very little weeding, however, because
of the freedom from weeds.
June 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment 0. A. n., Hood River.
June 22 Thirty-second annual re
union Oregon Pioneers, Portland.
Juno 23, 24, 25 Northwest Sports
men's tournament, Pendleton.
August 22-27 American Mining
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST'
CLA38 WORKMEN; AL80 MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. E8
TIMATE8 FURNI8HED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED,
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
Miss Mary Mulklns and Dennis
Huffmaster, of Walla Walla, were
married yesterday afternoon at the
residence of Rev. G. L. Hall, of the
Baptist church. Miss Mulklns was a
resident of this county, while the
groom Is a well known young man of
Walla Walla. Mr. and Mrs. Huffmas
ter left last night for that city, where
they will nia.ee their home.
Prominent Pilot Rock Man.
A. Perard. of Pilot Rock, Is in town
today. His sons, Albert and Desire
Perard, who have been attending
school at Spokane, will be here In
few days to visit during the summer
with their father at Pilot Hock.
lot r.tf9 Iee Crem can again be obtained at the old fa
w Cabin Soda wn.i
The Popular Price!
A. C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
Free Lecture at Court House.
Dr. Mary E. Sellen, of New York,
will deliver a free lecture at tho
court house on Friday evening at 8
o'clock, on the subject, "Astrology,
Phrenology and Kindred Subjects."
On Monday afternoon at the Commer
cial Association parlors, Dr. Sellen
will address the women of the vari
ous clubs on a subject to be announc
ed tomorrow. This lecture Is for wo
The annual commencement of St,
Joseph's Academy will be held this
evening at 8 o'clock at the Frazer.
A most Interesting program has been
prepared, both musical and literary.
Bishop Charles. S. O'ltelley will deliv
er the address to the class, which Is
composed of Misses Frances M. Fitz
Gerald, Elsie M. Grant and Amelia
PROSPECTS FOR RELEASE.
Spaniard Extremely Suspicious of
Paris. June 8. Semi-official advices
today state that negotiations for the
release of Perdlcaris and Varley by
the Moroccan brigands proceed en
couragingly, owing to the action
taken by Chief Cuazan, France's por-lege.
Old Papers Cheap.
Wo need room in our stock room
and will sell large bundles of news
papers, 25 cent size, for 10 cents.
Come to the East Oregonlan and get
John L. Coleman, treasurer of a
Baptist church at Jersey City, Is
under arrest charged with embezzling
$3,000 from the Public Service Corporation.
"NOW HE'S TALKING"
flayB Mr. Shirt: "I cortalnly feol
clean spic nnd span after they are
through with mo." Tho "thoy" means
in this case tho Intelligent workpeo
ple nt this laundry. Tho shirt's testi
mony of thu oxcollenco of our work
Ih attested by hundreds who havo
tried It. Why not by you? Tost and
Premier Maura Ic Suspicious.
Madrid. June 8. "Do not ignore
tho real nuruose of the Yankee fleet
at Tanglers" Premier Maura Is quoted
as saying during an Interview regard
inir the Moroccan situation. The re-1
mark ind cates the premier Deneves.T
.... . i. ...
tne report mat America wibih.- m w
tain the port of Morocco.
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
OPENS IT8 NEW STORE IN THE HENDRICKS BLOCK, CORNER MAIN AND WEBB 8TREETS
FRIDAY, JUNE 1 0
THI8 NEW 8TORE CARRIE8 A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW, FRESH, UP-TO-DATE CLOTHINQ,
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 8HOES, HATS, CAPS, TRUNK8 AND VALISES.
TO WIN YOUR PATRONAGE WE PROPOSE TO OIVE THE GREATEST VALUE8 FOR MONEY
EVER OFFERED IN EA8TERN OREGON. WE PROPOSE TO CATER TO THE TRADE OF THE
LABORING MEN AND ALL WELL DRE88ER8. WE WANT YOUR BU8INE88 ON THE MERIT OF
THE VALUES WE GIVE.
SpanUh Mine Disaster.
Madrid. June 8. Tweuty-flve per-1
sons were killed In an explosion In a
colliery at Meletidoros this morning.
Sandwich. June 8. The open golf
championship contest began tuis
morning, with American Travis par
ticipating. The decision is ior tne
lowest total scores of four rounds.
Travis finished nine holes on a run
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS. -
Opposite Hotel St. George
out in 39. I