East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 15, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1904.
PAQE FIVE.
FIRE IN WEST END
;reat Sensational
Jearance Sale
NALL DEPARTMENTS ALL THIS MONTH.
riving greater values than ever. Muslin underwear,
dss gds shirt waists, wash suits, tailor suits, skirts,
w,.. .mi colored dresses, hoys' and men's suits, hats.
r!8 ..1.1. llnon fcnetorr
jjjervear, sox, "
tke lTe lines and thousands of other articles are greatly
e Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
t
t
TY BREVITIES
i it Grati's.
Ct Sunny.
! it the Boston.
toshers at Kunkel's.
IMt dilr. &t Martin's,
od coal see UcAdam.
l-aptoat" The Boston.
Km for fire extinguishers.
s it the Frarer next week.
ita, roasting ears, Hawl.ey's.
; rispberrles at Hawley
til Hanan shoes. The
dress goods sale at
r price vaudeville at Frazer
In the city served at
iNsamnt.
I fate company at the Fra-
teet
; iktlng to raise mules
i to Big Ben
J2.50 and 94.00 shoes at
it Best on earth.
carbonated drinks.
i ud pure. 'Phone 951.
1 wt satisfaction at How-
islr Bees' cigar store.
confectionery and ci-
Miami's, 304 Court street.
t oat sale of all summer
fit Mrs. Rose Campbell's.
s!-rpstalrs of new bulldine
it Cottonwood and Webb. R.
Esit-Slx-room furnished
rrroana a half months. In.
Stili office,
srdinnerware not full sets,
pee with cash purchase of
Bd glassware and lamp.
' top free See wlnrlnw
C Rohrman,
I tie machine that pleases
Time and trlnl havo
I worth of the Holt com-
jester, and it has been
' to be the most siirrpRg.
E. L Smith, 311 Court
SUPPOSED TO BE THE
WORK OF INCENDIARY.
Fred Lengever's Unoccupied Dwelling
Badly Damaged, and Much of the
Contents Ruined Covered Fully by
insurance Fire Said to Have Orlg
nvea in the Cellar Discovered by
a rarty of Lateouters.
What Is believed to havo i.oon ti,n
work of a firebug is responsible for
uuso amount or damage to the
nous.e owneu uy Fred Lmgever on
jane street at un early hour this
morning. The contents were prnctl
cally destroyed by Are and water. In
suranco uujusiers and Marshal Car
ney ana tare Chief Withee are mak
ing an investigation, with a view to
bringing the guilty person or persons
xue uamage Wt l aniimvlmntn n
least ?750. The insurance men, whose
uMiimues are always iloelaroil liv
wiemseives to be li c 1. nr.. It nt
about 5500. Langever and his family
nave ucen camping for several davs
at Lehman Springs and had n part
"i uiujr iiirnuure mere; otherwise
the loss would have been much
greater. There is an insurance of
1950 on the house and rnntonta ln
the following companies: Citizens'
Insurance Company of St. Louis, $400
on contents; Thurincla Inaurnnrn
Company, $3U0. and Flro AfssnHntlnn
of Philadelphia, $250 on tho dwelling,
ine nre nau us origin In the en
trance to the cellar, where it would
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Get Sunny. U. C. Rader.
Cash registers at Withee's.
The Delta Ice cream is delicious.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
Drag and disk harrows at Kunkel's. have been unlikely to start excent by
rresu, pure groceries, nawiey Bros. ""'" names were nrst seen
uy mmoers 01 a card party about
12:30 o'clock, and an alarm turned in
by Carl Churchill, a hackman in the
.employ of Carney & Kennedy. The
department quickly responded but be
fore the members arrived tho flames
had attained a good headway and it
The looked as if the building, which Is a
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
ton.
Don't forget the Frazer vaudeville
w.eek.
The Callahans at the Frazer all next
week.
New line men's sweaters.
and slipper sale at
Boston
Oxford
Teutsch's.
song in tho heart Is worth two in
t'je choir.
Musk melons, water melons,
Hawley Bros.
Chicken dinner and ice cream Sun
days at Gratz's.
Big reductions in summer clothing
at Baer & Daley's.
High-class vaudeville at the Frazer
beginning Monday.
Sam and Frank Howard at the Fra
zer In farce next week.
Iltury & Worry arc always trying to
burrow irom Slow & Steady.
Mable Howard, "Scottish nlghtin
gale," at the Frazer next week.
Moline wagons, rubber tired bug
Ies, carriages and hacks at Kunkel's.
The St. George restaurant, open
Jay and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri
etor.
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 126 West Court
street.
"The Evolution of the Soul;" and
four other books by Prof. Hudson
Nolf's.
one-story structure, was doomed to
total destruction.
By 1 o'clock the flames were under
control and were extinguished short
ly afterward. An examination showed
that all the rooms had been consider-
at ably damaged, the roof partly dlsman-
ueu aim ine nirniture almost com
pletely destroyed. In the meantime a
secor.u ala-n I1.-..I bcn Mmsri
in by Glenn Bushee. When the
flames were about extinguished some
unknown person turned in a general
alarm. Twenty men from two com
panies responded and the city by this
unnecessary alarm will Jose about
$20.
Suspicion of setting fire to tho
building has fallen on a person whose
whereabouts nt the time is being
looked up by the authorities. Ho Is
known to have a motive for the crime
if he should prove the guilty one,
DIVORCE CASE.
Mrs. Miller Files Counter Charges
Against Her Husband.
In a sensational affidavit filed yes
terday In the circuit court by Mrs.
Sophia Miller through her attorneys,
James A. Fee and Peter West, she
accuses her husband, nottlluh Miller.
You want to see E. h. Smith for of beatlne and abuslnc her for the
f
Boys' Wash Waists
22c to 39c Each
SOME SOLD AS HIGH AS $1.00
EACH.
LARGE VARIETY OF COLORS,
COMPLETE ASSORTED SIZES.
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO TRY
AND MAKE THEM FOR THIS
PRICE.
WRECKING
EVERYTHING.
SALE PRICES ON
(
The Peoples Warehouse
Where It Pays To Trade
PERSONAL MENTION
Information regarding the little Holt
harvester.
Wanted Woman to do cooking in
hotel. Address Mrs. J. P. Navin,
Helix, Or.
Full stock of extras for Holt har
vesters on band at E. L. Smith's, 311
Court street.
last five years. On one occasion, she
avers, he throw a teacup across the
table at her and severely bruised her
In the region of the left ear.
Mrs. Miller declares that her hus'
baud has no grounds for a dlvorca
and thnt he has In audition to beat
lng her, called her vile names, failed
tn fltrnlBli finr with Cllfflpfptn fnnil
For Rent The room formerly oc- n,ic,i i,on,i0 t i i.v
Ap- ine them Insufficient food, and refus
FT, not Quantity
WATCH
IRS
I"e the best assortment
In this section of
ate. We pH rn,i.
"rom fi.oo tin TITa daIi
1 id me different
mml sterling silver, f
U4 H-k solM m X
1 rurutee u ...u
Ll T Prove fantlv f
k.. ft . - - J uuui
7r7lp- e will fully re-
'I Boner
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HUNZIKER
"wmv. Jeweler.
' ln BtreeL
cupled by the Pantheon theater,
, ply to Rudolph Martin.
Think once before you act, twice
before you speak, and spend the day
in thought before you commit It to
paper.
Men who are willing to let you in
on the ground floor usually have a
trap door ready to let you Into the
Lasement.
Anyone wishing eight or 10 teams
for harvesting can obtain them by ap
plying to the Newport Construction
Company, Echo, Or.
I handle the celebrated Holt com
bined harvester, and have any size
from an eight-foot to 3G-foot cut.
Either for horse power or engine
power. E. I. Smith, 311 Court SL
The popular 'resort at Long Beach
Is the Newton. Pendleton people all
speak in highest terms of the New
ton. Rates reasonable: accommoda
tions the best. J. O. Wlckham, proprietor.
I have sold a .great many Holt
en to let her leave the farm on any
occasion. Her wardrobe, she says
consists of only two chep dresses, two
pairs of stockings, one pair of shoes.
one night gown and other things per
taming to the wordrobe of a woman
In about equal proiortions to those
hei.eln enumerated."
The court is asked for an order
compelling Miller to allow her $500
attorneys' fees, $150 for court expen
Kcs and $25 a month alimony during
the pendency of proceedings. Judge
Ellis has issued a citation calling on
Miller to appear in court and show
cause why the order should hot bo
granted. Mrs, Miller enumerates her
husband's property interests, which
run into the thousands.
SUSPECT ARRESTED.
William Wood Charged With Helping
Hold Up J. Ruball.
William Wood, a well known cat
tleman whose herds roam range In
combined harvesters in this and sur-fthe northern part of the county, was
rounding counties, and the fact that
I have never had a dissatisfied buyer
or trouble with any customer, proves
that the Holt Is the machine to buy
and that the public is fatly dealt
with. E. L.'Smith, 311 Court street
Misses'
Teutsch's.
$2.00 shoes for $1.00.
brought to the city under arrest by
Deputy Sheriff Ulakiey yesterday
afternoon. He Is charged with being
one of the three men who held up J.
Ruball, a sheepherder In the employ
of David & Eyraud, with a revolver
and setting dogs on their sheep.
Wood was released on $250 cash
bonds on appearing before Judge Fltz
Gerald. He waived a preliminary ox-
'in,, ' amlnatlon. Wood denies his guilt,
but was Identified as one of bis as
sailants by Ruball, He was arrested
at his farm on the upper Walla Walla
river.-
LOG CABIN
ICE CREAM
Ut r-.v? Ic Cream can again be obtained at the old fa
wtn Bod. v,,.i
Soda Fountain.
PENS
The Popular Price1
DRUG STORE
A. C. KOOTEN & BROTHERS
Champ Clark.
Here is a pen picture of Champ
Clark, chairman of Die late democratic
national convention: Clark is a man
of imposing appearance, C feet and 1
inch tal and built on herculean
lines. This picturesque Mlssourlan
wit, stump speaker and syndicate
writer dresses like un old-time south
ern planter, including a Prince Albert
coat, with a slouch hat that would
cover most heads to the chin, for it
is a 7 size. His quaint style of hu
mor is made all the more effective by
a slight drawl. All his life he has
been an omnivorous reader, auu .ho
Is at all tlm.es prepared to recount
what he has read, having a most en
viably retentive metnor
Fred M. Branch, representing tho
New York Underwriters' Association,
Is a guest of Frank B. Clopton.
Stanley Coffman, tho well known
Yakima sheepman, Is In town en
oute homo from the World s nlr.
Ralph Stanley, the champion sack
sewer of La Grande, has arrived In
I'endletou to work in harvest In this
county.
Lester Means, of Pendleton, arriv
ed here Thursday, and will spend the
summer with his parents at the King
camp. Ashwood Prospector.
Sam B. Stoy, general ndjuster for
the London & Lancashlro Assurance
Company, Is in the city on his annual
tour of Inspection. Frank Clopton Is
local agent for the company.
J. J. Dennis, special agent for tho
Hartford and tho Citizens' Insurance
companies, la In the city. He held
n social session this morning with
John Bentley, the local agent.
Claude Jett, formerly a locomotlvo
engineer on the mountain division of
the O. R. & N., has accepted a posi
tion as traction engineer on the res
ervation and will spend tho harvest
season here.
J. W. Stamper, of Birch creek, Is
in tho city today. He says the recent
rains have damaged roads and gar
dens considerably In his locality, but
that no permanent damago has be.on
done to crops.
WE EXPECT
YOUR TRADE
Becauso our prices are cut Just ns low ns It Is possible and do
business. You got tho honofit of conservative buying and our small
margin of profit. Wo havo special sales .every day. Our goods are
marked In plain figures and will compnro with any houso of our kind.
Come In. Let ua convinco you.
Workingmen's Clothing Co.
The New Store.
Corner Main and Webb 8ts.
Special Excursion to the World's Fair
The Denver & Rio Grande. In con
nectlon with the Missouri Pacific, will
mu a series of personally conducted
excursionc to the World's fair during
june. Tiiese excursions will run
through to SL Louis without change
01 cars, making short stops at princl
pal points en route. The first of these
excursions will leave Portland June
7th, and the second June 17th. The
rate from Pendleton will be $00.00 to
at. ixmis and return. Excursionists
going via the Denver & Rio Grande
have the privilege of returning via a
different route. This is the most
pleasant way, as well as the most de
llghtful one, to cross the continent
The stops arranged give an opportu
nity of visiting the various points of
interests in ana about Halt Lake City,
Denver and Kansas City. If you wish
to accompany one of these excursions
write at once to W. C. McBrlde. 124
Third street, Portland, for sleenlni:
car reservations,
Twenty Head of Mules.
Mark Patton returned to the city
yesterday from a three weeks' Jaunt
to the Stein mountains. He brought
back 20 head of mules. During the
trip ne spent some time hunting and
liniilUK,
Household Goods for Sale.
I will offer for sale mv ftntlre
household goods. Including new niano.
organ, steel range, two bedroom suits,
extension tauie, etc. Carl Guiott, GJ2
Manila has a total nonulatlon nt
sometnmg iiko 300,000, about 10,000
being American and Euronean
1 ne American population Is estimated
at about cuuo.
Drink
IRE
Al
ESCENT
AM.
it Is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
PLUMBING
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST.
CLAS8 WORKMEN; AL80 MAKE 8EWER CONNECTIONS. ES
TIMATES FURNI8HED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
THE MARK
of cleanliness and noatnoss is on
each individual ploco of linen or other
wash goods ontrustod to our caroful
hands to undergo tho procosa known
as laundering. First, wo wash clean;
second, wo stnrch rightly and only
whore starch Is needed; third, our
Ironing Is really aocond to none In
"hold-to-tholagf finish. Toraely toM,
this Is a completo first-clans laundry.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread Is
assured when Dyers' Best Flour ( ijsed. Bran, shorts, iteara roll
ed barley always on hand,
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYERS, Prop.
Its Rich and Delicious
Our cold storage meats are always right; always tender, alwaya
Juicy.
Try our mild cured Hams. Thoy are free from that strong taste,
The Schwarz & Greulich Meat Co.
607 MAIN STREET.
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