East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 19, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1904'.
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"""fill odds and onds regardless of cost. We
vi . .iiia mnnin.
..sa bv - . , n , t e.v an flnrv ppn i n onnno
' " noo iia 11V.
j -, shoes In Sizes ova io regular price
cllll .,m. S2 25 and $2.50, all go during sale at
$sS2" outside display.
Klhipors in
wu'lf " ,i it 1.1.
sizes 3 to C, all widths In
Mil. Manv noouy siyies. recuiar
P(al .1 ?r. to $4.00. July sale price 75c to $2.00.
Tliues
(t.,0 shoes In light or heavy sol.es. our
i 13 CO to $5.00 linos; broken lines and not
KP i a kind, hut can give you a good assort.
ur fn choose from. They are selling now for
$ $2-00 to $2.50.
.r fine dress and work shoes, about 700 pairs
m Yro being closed out regardless of cost;
'""io $2.00 now buys a $2.00 to $3.50 shoe.
nf all. Tho Royal Blu.o $3.50 shoe for men.
Vt have them In 10
.gents In Pendleton.
different styles. Exclusive
eutsch's Dept. More
Corner Main and Alta Streets
GraU'.
t Sunny.
W Boston,
.t ifimkel'S.
r it Martin's.
, ... iiAi1am.
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... AtfnmlfRllRrS.
are ca"o-
berries at Hawloy
Hasan Bnoes. i"
clearance sale at
goods sale at
titer nielonB, at
a the city served at
L
B( Ben. 1
tot on earth.
carbonated drinks,
'Phnnp '.lit I.
uusiacuoa ai nuw-
Reea' cigar store.
. i , i l
amiecuonery auu ci-
I. JUT L.UUIL Oil CULa
ule of all summer
, Rose Campbell's.
tad & half months. Id-
gem.
intra pa nnt full n n t a
tin casn purchase or
llisjware and lamp.
Iree. See window
resort at Long Beach
Pendleton people all
wsonable: accommoda-
I. 0. Wlckham, pro-
Quantity.
w a i r ii
He best assortment
n tM .1. .
uiu Bociion oi
1 we sell reliable
w 12.00 up. We sell
f. ", 21, 23, 24 jew
In the different
isleWl, sterling silver,
! 14 k solid gold
M all watches,
J Wore faulty from
e will fully re
"fcaey. IfZlKER
JVWa Street.
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Get Sunny. U. C. Itader.
Cash registers at Wlthee's.
The Dolta ice cream Is delicious.
New corn, roasting ears, Hawley's.
Drag and disk harrows at Kunkel's.
Fresh, pure groceries, Hawley Bros.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
tou. New line men's sweaters. The
Boston.
Oxford and slipper sale at
Teutsch's.
Chicken dinner and Ice cream Sun
days n Gratz's.
.r00 copies (moro or less) hound
books, 15c each, worth double. Nolf's.
Mollne wagons, rubber tired bug
gies, 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 Joergor's, 120 West Court
street.
LoBt Elk tooth charm, Initials J.
J. L., No. 433. Leave at ails office for
reward.
Wanted Woman to do cooking In
hotel. Address Mrs. J. P. Navln,
Helix, Or.
Twenty-room hotel, furnished, two
lots, good business, $1800. Great bar
gain. E. T. Wade & Son.
Canvass shoes, overalls, Jumpers
and comforters for harvesters, lowest
prices, at Baer & Daley's.
Isaac Parr, drunk on the str.eets,
was this morning sentented to three
days In the city jail. G. D. Venn,
dr,unk and disorderly, gets three days
In jail also.
Tho government has just transfer
red to Uanjamln F. Hicks its title In
1C0 acres in s.ection 29, township 4,
south of range 32. The place lies a
few miles southeast of Alba.
Charles Hicks has just received
from the government a deed to 100
acres in s.ection 32, township 4, south,
range 32, the land being about four
miles southeast of Alba.
H. T. Cox has received from the
government his completed title to 1C0
acres of land In sections 20 and 21,
township 4, south of range 32, tne
Bttnie being a few miles southeast of
Alba.
Four young people of Kansas City,
Hester Howell and Kate Calvert, tel
ephone operators, and A. R. House
and E. C. Guild, their sweethearts,
were drowned by the overturning of
their skiff Monday morning.
A Well Known Gentleman Speaks of
"Trlb" as a Cure.
Spokane, Wash., May 2, 1904.
"TRIB" has done just what you
said It would for me and I am well
pleased; my general health Is better
and I have no desire for liquor or to
bacco. It has been about one year
since I took "TRIB." You may use
my name at any time you like, and
say to those that know me know that
I would not say I received a cure
with "TRIB" unless It was true.
Yours truly,
JOHN G. PINNEY.
' For sale by Tallraan & Co.
Floto Shows Good.
The Boise Capital News, speaking
of the Otto Floto shows, which comes
here on Thursday, July 21, says: "The
Otto Floto shows arrived early this
morning and gave a very creditable
street parade. Their tents are pitch
ed on North Eighth street and cover
.sevbral acr.es. The features of the
circus are far above the average and
gave tho best of satisfaction,"
'LOG CABIN
ICE CREAM
'Uf?' Ic Cr8m cai 8aln be obtained at the old fa
T'ln Soda nv,..n.-i-
wuuuUUi
The Popular Price
DRUG STORE
A. C KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
PERSONAL MENTION
Mr. ami Mrs. n n Vain ,.. I
t3 Athena.
Will Cummlngs, or Pilot Rock, Is a
business visitor.
George Ferguson is taking his vaca
tion at Newport.
Mrs. J. I,. Roe, of Freewater, is at
tho Bickers today.
Charles Bell has gone to Portland
to remain for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. F. AY. Trlmm, of
Athena, are In tho city today.
D. L. Killen, a prominent mining
man of Sumpter, is in tho city today.
Mrs. P. E. McDuft has gone to Leh
man Springs for a six weeks' outing.
J. M. Graham, of Walla Walla, is
at the Bickers for a short visit to
the city.
J. J. Lally and Mark Shackleford
have gone to Lehman Springs for a
month's outing.
E. O. Commegys, of Canyon City,
Is in town the guest of his mother and
other relatives.
George A. Pcoblcs, of the State
Normal School of Weston, is a guest
of Hotel St. George.
Mrs. C. A. Payne and her children
went to the northern part of tho coun
ty by tho morning train ,or a visit.
Miss Bertha Baker of Athena, niece
of James Malonoy, Is In town and will
spend the remainder of the summer
here.
Charles Cameron has gone to The
Dalles on railroad business, which
may take him to Portland before re
turning to Pendleton.
J. J. Lally has resigned as switch
man in the O. R. & N. yards and will
go to St. Paul and Minneapolis after
an outing at Lehman Springs.
Mrs. Morgan Schrack, who has been
111 at St. Anthony's hospital for the
past 10 days, Is much Improved nnd
will leave her room tomorrow.
W, B. Montgomery, district manager
of the Continental Casualty Company,
of Portland, Is at the St. George to
day, while on a tour of the O. II. & N.
system.
Miss Myrtltt Hawkes Is again on
duty at Nolf's book store, after an
absence of nearly a year. During the
school months she attended Whitman
College.
Tall Thompson, the Insurance ad
juster, returned to Portlaiu. this morn
ing, after adjusting the loss to the
Siddous house and contents, satis
factorily to all concerned.
Ellsha Estabrook, who Is taking his
vacation making bicycle trips across
country, was In Lewiston when last
hoard from, and Is supposed to be on
his way home at this time.
Presiding Elder C. E. Gibson was In
town yesterday en route from Walla
Wf.lh. to that portion of his district
lying in Wallowa and Union counties,
and through which he will hold quar
tet ly meetings during the next month.
The Howard brothers, W. C. and P.
M., went to Echo this morning to do
Insurance business. Their sister-in-law,
Miss Bertha Adkius, went by the
same train to Heppner, whero she will
remain for the balance of the summer.
Rev. J. R. N. Bell, pastor ot tho
Presbyterian church of Baker City,
and chaplain of the grand lodge of
Oregon Masons, accompanied by his
family, passed down the O. It. & N.
this morning to Portland and Oregon
City, .where they will enjoy an outing
and attend the meeting of the Oregon
Chautauqua at Gladstone Park.
Notice to Water Consumers.
All persons having water meters on
their premises are hereby notified to
put them in Immediate repair It thy
nre not now, and to also clean out the
meter boxes wherever they are dirty
and fouled, so the meter can he read.
If the owners or lessees do not have
this done, the water superintendent
will take steps to have It done.
J. T. BUOWN,
Water Superintendent.
Vaudeville at Frazer.
Tho Howard Vaudeville Company
began a week's engagement In farce
comedy and excellent specialties, last
night at tho Frazer. The company
was well received and will furnish a
week of fun and merriment for Pen
dleton. Tho program will be changed
on Wednesday, Friday aud Sunday
nights.'
Summer Wash Goods
One-Half Price for Two Days
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
CRASH ETAMINES.
Pink, blue and tans; 36c yard; salo
price 17!2c yd
PLAIN COTTON ETAMINES.
Finely finished, colors blue, white,
pink, 35c ynrd; sale price 172o yd
WELL POSTED SHOPPERS.
Know tho value- of goods. Como
and see If prices aro not. cut Just in
half.
EMBROIDERED BATISTES.
Pinks, blues and greys, 20c yard;
sale price 10c yd
CASCADE SUITINGS.
Blue, red, groy and groon, 25c; sale
prlc,o , 122o yd
FLAKED ETAMINES.
Pink, bluo and while, 35c ynrd; snlo
prlco 172c yd
MANY ODD PIECES.
Dress lengths, skirt lengths, waist
lengths, 10c to 50c yd., sale prlco
5c to 25o yd
REMEMBER THESE PRICE8 ARE
ONLY GOOD FOR TWO DAY8.
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
1,000 Feet of Tracking.
Schwartz & Greullch have put 1,000
feet of track Into their cold storage
plant. The outfit saves an Immense
amount of labor and considerable
space as well, in the disposal of car
casses and other products of a pack
ing plant.
Will Take a Vacation.
Postmaster Lot Liverinore this
morning recelv.ed permission from the
department to take a summer vaca
tion. beKlnnlns July 25, which he will
spend principally In the Willamette
valley.
Off for Vacation.
Miss Annie M. Markham. accom
pauled by her friend, Miss Margwet
Yenney of Walla Walla, has gone to
Western Oregon, expecting to be au
Bent about four weeks. They will dt
vide the time between tho coast and
vally points.
WOULD FARM THE CRATER.
German Wants a Lease of Hawaiian
Volcano,
Not long ago a Portuguese started
n amflll f .1 rill 11.1 t fill ftf the extinct
crater ot Punchbowl, on the Island ot
Oahu, In tho Hawaiian lsiniios, Brow
ing melons aud vegetables for the
local market.
His enterprise may be followed on
a much larger scale by J. L. Coerp
er, who has applied to the Territorial
Government for a leaso of the well
known Diamond Head crater.
Coerper came here from Germany
nnd Is a good Judge of soils, says a
Honolulu paper. He has made up his
mind that the choicest products of
orchard; vineyard and truck patch
can be raised in abundance in the Dia
mond Head crater.
Coerper ;ls especially Bmitten with
the Idea ofvcultlvatlng a vineyard of
bucIi grapes us grow at home of his
boyhood. And watermelons would
grow with impunity, for tho crater Is
bug-proof and beetle-free.
No worm has ever been known to
creep up Its calcined walls and no
moth nr wlncpd liiBGPt. ever rises
above the rim of the crater excopt to
be hurled far out to sea by the winds
which blow irom KaimuKi,
A vegetable garden in Diamond
Hnnil ni'iitpr would, therefore, bo In-
Bured for all time against pests and
no cniomuiogisi wouiu uu reijiiireu uu
l lie payroll.
has surveyed tho Diamond Head
steeps, aim figures tnat a pack trail
to the summit would cost less than
$1000.
Up this pack trail would go the
seeds and cuttings to start the Isolat
ed farm, uown tne trail would come
long lines of burros laden with the
fruitage- of foresight and toll, to tho
uouoiuiu mantel.
Iia nil, iltnnf Inn fnr n lannn nf Dtfl.
moud Head has not been acted on yet,
uui uwuiis u turn wiiii uiiitu iinjKjri
ant matters In he land office.
World's Fair Rates.
The O. R. & N. Company announces
the following low rates:
From Pendleton to St. Louis and
return, $60.00.
From Pendleton to Chicago and re
turn, $G5.00.
To Chicago, returning through St.
Louis (no coupon between Chicago
and St. Louis) or vice versa, $02.50.
To Chicago, returning via St. Ixmls
or vice versa, $GC26.
Tickets on sale June .7, 16, 17,
18, July 1, 2, 3, August 8, 9, 10, Sep
tember C, 6, 7, October 3, 4, 5.
Tickets gootl going within 10 days
from date of sale; final return limit
90 days from date of sale.
Stopovers allowed In either direc
tion within the transit limit. For
further Information call on or ad
dress E. C. SMITH, Agent.
Demarls-Kclly.
Returns 'have Just been made by
JuBtlce ot the,Peace John L. Miller of
Milton, of , the marriage by mm on
July IC at his home, of Jasper N.
Kelly ,wlth Miss Orplia M. Demaris,
uotn ot umatma county.
Adams to the Mountains.
Walter Adams has gone 'lb the
mountains for a vacation of two or
three weeks duration, leaving J. H
Morris in charge of tho affairs of the
W. & 0. R. during his absence.
Laundrymen of Oregon nnd Wash
lugton mot Monday at Spokane, In
seini-annuai convention,
FARMERS
MeADAM WANTS YOUR WOOD AND COAL TRADE, AND
WILL MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE HIM BEFORE
YOU BUY.
OFFICE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK BUILDING.
i
WE EXPECT
YOUR TRADE
Because our prices are cut Just as low ns It Is possible and do"
business. You got tho benefit of conservative buying and our small
margin of profit. We havo speclnl sales ovory day. Our goods aro J
marked in plain figures and will comparo with any houso of our kind.
Come In. Let us convince you,
Workingmen's Clothing Co.
The New Store.
Corner Main and Webb Sta.
The Washington & Columbia River
Railway Special Summer Excur
sion Rates to Coast Points,
Beginning June 15, 1904, the W, &
C. R. railway will have on sale tickets
to Westport, Long Beach, Clatsop
Beech, Tokeland, llwaco, Seavlew, Ti
oga, Pacific Park, Ocean Park, Nah
cotta, Flavel, Qearhart and return at
$10.00 for the round trip.
For children of half fare age, one
half tho above rate. '
Tickets will ba,good returning until
September 30th,
For full Information call upon or
address, ' .. '
W. ADAMS,
Agent.
With a roar like Niagara, a mon
ster reservoir at Scottsdale, Pa., burst
Monday ami 300,000,000 gallons of
water Bwept over the valley below, do
ing $50,000 worth of damage to farms
and villages.
A horse sometimes wins by a nose,
but a mau may be .browbeaten.
Oregon State Normal School, Monmouth
Begins Its twenty-third year Sep
tember 20, 1904. Four terms In each
school yoar, affording opportunities
for beginning a courso In Soptombnr,
Novombor, February and April.
The Best Training for Teachers.
Is tho normal courso, with Its assur
ance of good positions at good wages.
Write for now catalogue containing
full Information concerning courses
of study, training In actual teaching
affordod under real conditions In town
nad country schools, and full details
about the advanced course of study with the additional advantages at
tached, '
Address Secretary J, B. V. Butler, or President E. D, Reisler,
Monmouth, Oregon.
THE MARK
of cleanliness and neatness Is oa '
each Individual ploco of Unon or other
wash goods entrusted to our coroful
bands to undergo the process known
as laundering. First, we wash clean;
second, wo starch rightly and only
whero starch Is needed; third, our
Ironing Is really second to nono In
"hold-to-the-last" finish. Tersely told,
this Is a complete flrst-claBs laundry.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
! BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is mado from the choicest wheat that grows, aood bread Is
assured when Dyers' Best Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, steam roll-
fed barley always on band,
: PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYERS, Prop,
LEGAL BLANKS JSS&ttAE
alogtfe of them. A fell supply klways kept fn stock.