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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1904.
In Many Departments
Ladles' suits and skirts at a
big reduction. Muslin under
wear, ladles' and men's shoes,
men's and boys' clothing, child
ren's dresses and hoods.
Nearly every department In
our big store Is represented In
e Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
W. G. Hoitder Is at Helix doing car
pentering. Will M. Peterson, the Athena at
torney, is In the city today.
Atron Turner, the lawyer, now has
his office over Taylor's hardware
P. Donovan, 0. R. & K. lineman,
left for his home In I-a Grande last
Mrs. J. Halstenri. nf vnhn .., i.
i uv..v.t uj una
been In the city on business foi sever
al days, returned home thi morning.
Mrs. S. B. Cnrnltio
left Tuesday night for Portland, and
Vancouver tn Knpmt tho ,,,,.,. ,..m.
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relatives and friends.
Chester Dehaven has left the hos
ultal and returnprt tn hi'a ,rmQ no....
iiorsesnoe uurvo. His feet were
badly hurt a couple of weeks ago
while undertaking to ride on a freight
Miss Winnie Prlvett has returned
from her visit to Portland and Eugene,
accompanied by her cousin, Miss
Mary Sklpworth, daughter of the- lato
E. It. Sklpworth, of Eugene. Miss
Sklpworth will visit here for some
orders at Gratz's.
nfer. Get sunny.
threshers at Kunkel's.
Lit dally, at Martin's.
-,on coat." The uoston.
tlthce for nre eiuuBuN0,o.
Li disk harrows at Kunkel'B.
out dry goods. The uos-
Go Buckle on Your
IF YOU WANT TO; IF NOT COME TO
LIVES WITH BROKEN NECK.
Lais In the city served at
Is opening oysters at mo
til usier uaio.
wlsblng to raise mules
tares to Big Den.
i .hnrt order meals, all hours,
I Pantheon Oyster Cafe,
ers get satisfaction at .How-
formerly KeeB' cigar mure.
..1.1m.. flpml l.llir.
hrrlages and hacks at KunUel's.
ISt. George restaurant, open
night. Mrs, Cooper, propri-
lick's bakery has moved to
1st Court street, next to Hotel
cent Cream coffee, finest Mocha
bra. Try a cup Friday at. ue-
Rent Six-room furnished
I (or two and a half months. In-
lit this office,
fee dozen Panama Hats just re-
Will be closed at reduced
Sale Cheap Gasoline engine,
I and 5000 gallon tank. Address
' cire East Oregonlan.
let our dlnnerware not full sets,
111 price with cash purchase of
Isry and glassware and lamp.
tight lamp free. See window
fl C. Rohrman.
: popular resort at Long Beach
'. Newton. Pendleton people all
i In highest terms of the New-
Rates reasonable; accommoda-
I tie test. J O. WIckham, pro-
HE EYES I
They are the most delicate
pPM of the syatem- and J
Uli not be neglected or eaii
ated to none but thoroughly j
practical and experienced optl- '.
' are graduates of two of '.
i leading optical colleges of ;
country, and our large ox-;
nence makes us comDotcnt
f correct the defects of the !
J la i acientlflc manner. We
l (lusts perfectly.
Tht Progressive Jeweler.
726 Main Street.
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Got Sunny. TJ. C. Rader.
Cash registers at WIthce's.
Wood and coal see McAdam.
The Delta ice cream Is delicious.
Straw hats at half price at Baer &
Douglas and Hanan shoes. The
$10.00 Panama hats, to close, 50.75.
Chicken dinner and Ice cream Sun
dnys nt Gratz's.
Toke Point oysters any style, at the
Pantheon Oystor Cafe.
Enjoy life and rest In one of our
beautiful hammocks. Nolf's.
Clearance sale at Mrs. Campbell's.
Closing out of all pattern hats.
All kinds carbonated drinks,
healthful and pure. 'Phone 951.
Drink Klondike Fizz. It's a bracer.
Put up by Pioneer Bottling Works.
Ice cream, confectionery and ci
gars at Hatton's, 304 Court street.
Wanted Sewing by tho day. In
quire Mrs. Lovetang, COD College St.
Flags, fireworks, torpedoes, explod
ing canes, Japanese lanterns and jwr
Splendid program and ice cream and
cake at tho Christian churc'i Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Try the hot free lunch at the Mer
chants' Cafe, 12 to 1 at noon; 4 to
G p. m., and at midnight.
Never dlsaniiolnts the cook," Cres
cent Baking Powder, 25c per pound
can. Ask your grocer for it.
David Seeley, 80 years old, of Kala
mazoo, must mce a iriui iui uibau.j.
Ho Is said to have nine living and
Ti,t. tv y. P. U. will give an ice
mam scetal on the lawn in front of
the Baptist parsonage, rruiay even
ing, July 1. 16 cents.
Tim Archbishop of Canterbury win
visit the United States the coming
fall coming to Seattle, Portland and
San Francisco during his Itinerary.
A decomposed body, thought to bo
that of Mate Seymour
or Elmore, was lounu
bla river near
Walter P. Miles, of Pacific College,
Nowberg, Or., won the $100 prize for
the best oration In the probationary
oratorical contest at Indianapolis,
Henry Newman, an aged laborer of
Seattle, cut the arteries in u i,
Tuesday, and died an hour after by
bleeding. He was out of work and
A human skull, believed to be that
of State Senator lleed, w no was
., .i in iRfl). was found In the
Umpaua river, near Kellogg postot-
mi.. .oi in TTruetiav are gaining
ground, according tc . the , latest rella-
liln news, mu ui"tv." ---- --
boUiSn have given foreign creditors
uiunnce. which the government
The city electric light plant of Che
. it"" ,,,.. i, iA(n a fa lure under
-management oi ""n
. municipal ownereuiji,
leafed to Harry West for 15 years.
- nwmnk Chinese quack
docfor la under aTrest for murdering
i0Ct0Z', .. Viw countryman in that
ua th crime is now
cuy -."-"" ."-.,, tho part
Human Freak Now Making Tour of
Barney Baldwin, a New Yorker,
who hns been living for more than
six years with his neck broken, Is In
Seattle, says the Star. Ho says ho
Is completing a tour of the world for
a wager. Thirteen mouths of the
time has already elapsed. He has on
ly tho distance between Senttlo and
New York to finish his trip. He will
make Unit in plenty of time, he says,
If It. Is necessary to walk.
Baldwin's case Is most remarkable,
In March, 1S8S, lie was a lxiulsvllle &
Nashville railway yardmaster. In u
wreck causing a smash-up of half a
dozen freight cars lialdwhi wns
crushed and mangled. Among tho In
juries he suffered, which Baldwin now
says nre Inconsequential, were the following:
Neck broken; right arm both legs
and five ribs broken; watch crushed
out of sight Into his stomach; Iron
bolt driven Into him with force enough
to break his collar bone; two or three
lingers crushed nnd other minor In
The Peoples Warehouse
AND GET A SUIT THAT'S COMFORTABLE, THAT LOOK8 WELL, THAT
FITS WELL; THAT HAS A WRECKING PRICE ON IT.
LEST YOU FORGET, WE'LL AGAIN INFORM YOU THAT WE ARE
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED HAMILTON-CARHARTT WORKING
CLOTHES AND OVERALLS.
The Peoples Warehouse
Where It Pays To Trade
SUIT FOR ACCOUNTING.
of the steam
in the Colum-
Myers Not Satisfied With Dispo
sition of an Estate.
Suit was filed in the circuit court
today by Mrs. Edna A. Myers, as a
beneficiary of the will of W. H.
Smith, her father, who died Septem
ber 12. 1887. against A. Waugh aB ex
ecutor of the estate. The heirs are
Mrs. Myers. Mrs. Charles Cole, Julius
Smith, Mrs. Etlle G. Jones, Charles
n Smith nnd Archie U Smith, all
elillilrrn of the testator.
Mrs. Myers alleges that Ysaugli lias
converted the estate to his own use
and has allowed cattle to break down
fences and lniure the orcliaru on
property at Pilot llock, the damages
J700. She asks the
court to force Waugh to an account'
inir ninl that the property bo dlvld
ed equitably among the children.
Her brothers and sisters refused to
join her In tho suit, and nre named
as cicieniianiB " "b".
HEAVY BARLEY YIELD.
utioo Rffle Cullen,
who was found dead
in the hay in
! fm's famous ie rrm can aaln be obtained at the old tv
ke Cabin Soda Fountalu.
t Jt71 I . A. r kovppeN &. BROTHERS
A. B. Cooley, Northwest of Pendleton,
Begins Threshing an Immense
A. U Cooley, one of the prosperous
farmers of Umatilla county, who re
sides 12 miles northwet of this city
today began harvesting a crop of 700
e t.nrw which It Is estimat
ed will yield from 40 to 45 bushels
per acre. .
..-nin l well filled and
yield will be the best In a number of
years. The crop is being cut with
a combined harvester.
..n.." fntniiiipli. 1 v nc near Mr,
nnio,. will becln harvesting his
""'W r ii.. ,...,l,,lua
...l.nnl prnll fin JU Y U, lie
that It will yield fiom 25 to 30 bush,
ols per acre. All the crops In that
. ,.i. r mnldlv rlnenlng and bar
vest will be general uieiu ... u "
davs more. The Campbell crop will
be headed and threBhed wltu a
succeeds Mlts Isaac
,i,. a-Io Kletclier was appoint'
ed temporary forwarding clerk , at the
noKtofflce by I'osimasior
posiomce u, Isaacs,
?LZ "ti . Tnfflce being on the
-f.'.ij n.t n iiflrmanent appointee
must have passeu mo -
examination, and there Is not a young
m or woman In the city who has
oiin,..i fnr a i)eru.u...;ui -i-
n.hoooeri on Butter Creek
man woo yibuwu 'v-kv'm -
to&yW that grasshoppers are
very thick In the vicinity of the Joe
very tuii-n. " ,,., rserva-
Vev place on mo o ,.
1 2L itB snrlne sown grain
has been seriously damaged by them
rinhtlna Disease Germs
and Sewer Inspect
tor Wlthee made our of be cl y
NELLIE PAUL MARRIED.
Popular Stenographer In Grand Guar
dian's Office Becomes the urine ot
Robert I. Ewlng, of Walla Walla.
mic Vniiin t. laiil. tho popular and
efficient stenographer In the office of
Mrs C C. Van Orsdall, grand guardi
an of tho Women of Woodcraft, was
married this morning at & ocioch, m
Robert I Iiwing. a prominent uui
noss man of Walla Walln.
The ceremony wns performed by
Hev. Jonathan Edwards, Congrega
tional minister, at the Congregation
i ,,,,,nni.o nnd the young couple
lert on tho 9 o'clock train for Wnlla
v,iiin u-hprfi they will mnko their
Miss Paul hns been employed In
i fa Vnn Orsdal's olllce for more
than u year, nnd has made a host of
friends In the city.
A Decorated Wedding Trunk.
When tho trunk belonging to Miss
voilia Paul, now Mrs. H. I. Ewlng,
reached Walla Wnlla this morning:
there Vus a surprise In store for the
newly wedded couple, wnun m
trunk wub In the u. u. ii ""bk"
room at this place this morning.
o...oiiim. tin. ill. imri nre of the train.
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mmiiMv or menus, leu uy
ii-,ivili friw' ett. i ecoraieu n. iiijuioc
l n'ltli alines old shoes, new snoeo,
big shoes, little shoes, reu snoes. iiiu.i
.1,111,1 uii,. u'liti nine in men. itim
i,i..,u uh rnritiiv as the trunk Itself, ul
most, besides dozens of other tokens
ihnt would remind mo yuims vwv
of their wedding day. All mis
done unawares to eltner Jir. or ..".
Kwlng. and a ganuine surpnso wun
sprung on them when they called for
the trunk at wann wunu.
herat talk wUh residents having dirty
b"ck jards Very few places have
U1U.II . A ott.ltlllllll
been found tuai w "
u.!uit Ice Trade.
Yesterday the Pendleton Ico and
IceVtocal trade to
city, the heaviest sum ui i ,
so fan. . &
John Mlnto'tbo new postmaster
rnrPortJaml will take cbargo of the
ofuCr 6a Friday JuM. fctt bond bar-
WE EXPECT I
llecnuso our prlcos am cut Just as low bh It Is posalblo and do
business. You got tho benefit of conservative buying nnd our small I
mnrgln of profit. Wo lmvo spoclnl huIch every dny. Our goods are J
nmrked In plain figures and will compnro with nny houso of our kind. J
Como In. Let us convince you. J
Workingmen's Clothing Co. 1
The New Store.
Corner Main and Webb Sts.
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING QOOD8 AND FIR8T
CLAS8 WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. E8
TIMATE8 FURNI8HED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED,
T. C. TAYLOR 5
... ... A...n. tn run w ir iiiiil iut.
lie Wlilll unJ iw m-J "- 1
To the swinging bugle song;
All stanch and true In his suit of blue,
And Bturdy, brave ana Hiroim, ;
Mid the tramp of feet, and tho loud
drum beat, ,
Am! the rlmtlne of the cheers, '
There were none to see such a one as
Who puld not see lor tears.
And back again came the marcning
m0.n' . . . !
with tne ougie hiiikihk ". . t-
Yet the music's surge was a signing
aii end nnd slow and shrill.
For a woman wept, anu a wi.um
In the dreamless, silent sleep;
And the bugle song liau a munnu.u
Kor the buglers sometimes weep.
And the bugles' lure while tno years
Will coax them to the line,
And the lilting strains on uie um
mill vr-hn fair and fine.
But the suits ul blue, and the, sabers,
too, , .
Will tell some maid what the bugle
r ? played , ...,,
lVhen It sighed (lie song of "Taps,
; -L.W. I). Nesblt.
r i july.
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
Beneath tho full midsummer hoa.t
Are stores of golden, garnered wheat;
Are billows of unripe oats, gray-green;
Are armies of corn-blades, trenchant,
keen. , . J?
The kllldeer flutes bis mournful cries,
Tho hawk in charmed circle tiles.
nirlna rlnnn henna! Ii tlie leaven,
And warm aud Mill are tho musky
The moon shines bright In the
The crickets sing and the ap
winds sigh. 1 .
Sarah A. Shafer, In tho Outlook.
A NICE EASY COLLAR
Is appreciated by oycry man who
over wore one on a hot summer day
tho kind without rough and raw
edges the 'soothing summer kind.
No matter how fino the collar Is, It
, r,nn te ruined by tho wrong laundry.
We claim ours to bo a right laundry
one to add to rathor than detract
from, your summer ploasuns. Prore
uit Tar as you like.
BYERS' BEST FLOIR
It made from tho choicest wheat' that grow., Oood bread U
assured when Byora' Best Flour Is used. Bran, ahorta, steam roll,
ed barley always on band.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYER8, Prop.
Its RkH an3 Deliciotf s
Our cold. storage meat, are alwaya right; alway. tender, always
Try our mild cured Hams. They are free from that utrong taste.
The Schwarz & Greulich Meat Co.
607 MAIN STREET.
There Is much