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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THUR8DAY, JULY 21, 1904.
jg July Shoe Sale
. .1 - nna mnnth of the Voar wo deal tn
, i. is the one month of the year wo desire to clean out our
Ck Dispose of all odds and ends regardless of cost. Wo
; j treat success so mr uu momu,
'Mhe prices we are asking for good stylish, serviceable shoes
fflonth, von can't afford to pass us by.
riMllrnn'a fthneft In el7nu SU. o.
. . " ' luguiur price
$1.50, $2.00, $2.25 and $2.50, all go during salo at
$1.00. See outside display.
LailleB' slippers In sizes 3 to C, all widths In
patent kid and kid. Many nobby styles, regular
values $1.75 to $4.00. July sale price 75c to $2.00.
Ladles' lino shoes In light or heavy solos our
reguiur fo.uu iu fu.w unco, uroiven lines and not
many of a kind, but can give you a good assort,
mcnt to choose from. They are selling now for
from $2.00 to $2.50.
Men's fine dress and work shoes, about 700 pairs
In all, are being closed out regardless of cost
$1.25 to $2.00 now buys a $2.00 to $3.50 shoe.
Best of all. The Royal Blu.o $3.50 shoo for men.
We havo them In 10 different styles. Kxcluslve
agents In Pendleton.
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
corner Main and Alta Streets
ftrt orders at uiuwn.
t Rider. Get Sunny.
Jk tats at tbe Boston.
ler threshers at Kunitei b.
th fruit dally, at Martin's,
ij'ind coal see McAdam.
i -top coat." The Boston,
irithee for fire extinguishers.
pons raspherrles at Ilawley
Liu sod Hanan shoes. Tbe,
tamer clearance sale at
sires to me lion.
enrscns. uesi n eurLii.
Unds carbonated drinks.
loraerly llees' cigar store.
creiai. confectionery and el-
it Hatton's, 304 Court street.
ty ar Mm ttnea f ntnt.tiaii'ci
uiiaiuirs oi new uuiiuing
w untonwoou ana Webb. u.
Rent Slx-rnnm fnmlalin,!
tor two and a half lilnntha In.
i: this oDlce.
Kent i tie room formerly oc-
ty me Pantheon theuter. Ap-
Kour dlnnerware not full sets.
price with cash purchaso of
and glassware and lamn.
!!pt lamn free.
Popular resort at Long Beach
.tllnn Dln.ll... l- ...
IS hlZriPfit tarn.o f l. KT
u-.-. iviutO Ul L11M IVI1W.
utes reasonable; accommoda-
J O. Wlckham, pro-
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Get Sunny. U. C. Itader.
Cash registers at Wlthee's.
The Delta Ice cream Is delicious.
New corn, roasting ears, Hawl.ey's.
Drag and disk harrows at Kunkel's,
Fresh, pure groceries, Hawloy Bros.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos.
New line men's sweaters. The
Misses' $2.00 Rhnpn tn ti on
Kvorvthlni: Is fur Mulmtit n,
worst of it.
Chicken dinn Br Jltlfl Ipa nronm Gun.
days at Gratz's.
A Hllllln will nn mll tulifl, n
Is going a furlong.
Moline wacnns mhhnr Hm.i i..,
ilos, carriages and hacks at Kunkel's.
The St. Georce rostnnrnnt nnon
day and night. Mrs. Cooner. nronrl.
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 120 West Court
Lost Elk tooth charm, Initials J.
J. L., No. 433. Leave at mis office for
Spring barley Is not as good on an
average in some localities as It was
Wanted Woman to do cooking In
nuiui. Auuress Mrs. J. p. Navln.
New line birthday cards, baby
books, marriage certificates, souvenir
postal cards. Nolf's.
TwentV-1'OOm hntnl fni-nlatiail turn
lots, good business, $1800. Great bar
gain. E. T. Wade & Son.
Canvass shoes. nvrnlln. hmmnro
and comforters for harvesters, lowest
prices, at Baer & Daley's.
Pendleton lodge No. 288, B. P. O. E.
will meet tills evening in regular ses
sion. All members requested to be
cltttodaCyner f J0lm Day18 ,n 1,10
wd ,B,nekbrn, of Baker City, Is
..v-.v- lul u Bnori visit.
Mrs. Glenn Wlni. ,.
milt., hi "",lu"i ""u " ut'en
quite 111, is convalescent.
Mrs. Dr. McFall and little daughter
have returned from a visit tn A.tnm
mm,' ,N stanflel'l. of Echo, is In the
city today, a guest of Hotel Pendle-
wnii fiecrptnry of the Little
Walla Walla Irrigation district. Is In
Rov. Robert Warner left this morn
J?f for Weston, expecting to return
H. C. Adams nv.h .i .. . ,
Umatilla comity, s in tho city from
C. C. Pennlnirtnn cKt- tr..i-..
aleton, is a visitor todav
Mrs Plants, of Spokane, who has
been v sttlntr w. i. TKnfl a
tamiiy, returned homo this morntnir
.1 c, GrlBSby' a representative of
the Slmnlcx tvnsrttin n,i.i.... i
In the city today en route to Walla
Mrs. m. r Topi m.i,,, ur. 1
--.j n u, liao Ut'L'll
Itine her fathor. rnvM nff.
, . t 4 IIILIUUU, VJl
una iiiiilo. reiurneu to Echo this
Abo Miller, tho mm ...hr.
' ...... itiiw Ulfll DCL
tied on th.e present town site of Pen
uioion, w years ago, Is in the city to
day from his homo near Pilot Hock.
Little Thelmn TI
uy.vn Buuuriug irom tne effects of the
KICK III a IlOrSO. IS mnmv ni. OlnnHlli.
and Is now considered out of dancer.
Charles Mathews, six miles east of
i-noi uocil, ts building a barn 50x100
leet Oil the irmnrnt nnri twrt Dtn.tAa
in iioigm, joim Tiowraan Is the coiv
F. S. IlolTtn.in ,tf ilia n t r. m
force, Is PXpectimr ilnllv n vlsli fmni
his mother and sister, who will come
from Portland Mrs. ri. Hoffman and
Miss Elizabeth Sawtello left on this
mornings train for Portland and Sa
lem, where she will visit until about
September 1, or until the opening of
Deputy Marshal Proebstol left for
Portland this mornlni? Imvlm. in i,i
custody Mike Tully, who will be tried
wuiu on uie cnarge of selling liquor
IV UIU IIIUIUIIM.
Elmer Lorimer and wife, of Spring'
field, are In town, tho guests of Mr,
Lorlmer's aunt, Mrs. William Hilton,
They think of locating here, being
very favorably Impressed with the
place. Mr. Lorimer Is an Insurance
One-Half Price for Two Days
FLOTO SHOWS HERE.
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.v uooui LIllOUL
w 111 section or
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i!C mm rnitnhiA
r -'.uu up. We sell
16. 17. 21, 23, 24 jew
'itches In th Hif-.
I , storllne 8llver. 1
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H Main Street.
Triennial Conclave Knights Templar,
aan hrancisco, sept. 5-Sth, 1904
Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F.,
San Francisco, Cal., Sept, 19-25th,
Account lit nlinvn ninslnn llio n IJ
& N. mnkos n rninul frln rntn ,if t'ti fir;
dates of sale, via Bteamer from Port
land August 2-28th, nnd September 1
and 2. Via rail, September 1, 2, 3. 1C,
1C and IT. Continuous passage on go
ing trips, with final return limit Octo
ber 2, W04. Stopovers will be allow
ed In California onlv. and onlv on re.
turn trip. For particulars call on or
address E. C. Smith, agent O. R. & N.
Ten Days for Assault and Battery,
Alice white nn Tnrllnti wnmnn
made complaint to Judge Fltz Gerald's
office this afternoon that Oenrcn Mnr.
shall, an Indian, had assailed her a
snort time before, on Cottonwood
street. Mnrnhnll h nrl nnnn flrlnlrlno.
and was quarrelsome, and picked a
luss witn the woman, who lilt him
Wltll nn itmhrnlln. Mnrnhnll fnWh.
With struck her n vlpnrniia hlnw mi
the side of the head. For his rudeness
and total lock ot gallantry, Marshall
win serve 10 days In the city Jail
whero he. has already begun to lan
guisn ano sweat.
Georae Hartman at Home.
Georee TTnrhnnn .Tr nml hrl.lo nr.
nv.uu nome mis morning irom a wed
ding trip to the Sound and coast
nolntR nnrl will tin nt thn hnmu tf av.
Judge and Mrs. G. A. Hartman for the
nresenr. in n mtv nnva thpv win in.
gin liousokeeplug in the J, F. Hobln-
Chi- I Cream can again be obtained at the old fa
''Din noaa w,,
The Popular Price
A C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
Small, But Clean and Interesting Cir
The Floto shows arrived this morn
ing with a special train of 14 cars
and exhibited this afternoon and will
exhibit again tonight on the Alta
The street parade, which took place
at 10 o'clock, exhibited something of
the character of the shows. The
horses were in the best nf romlltlmi
the animals, while not of a great va
riety, are clean and sleek, and the
cages and whkoiib nresentwil n fmsh
and inviting appearance.
The show is not large, but it has
some prime features and Is ono of
uie uest smaij aggregations on the
The tent was crowded in tin. nttimai
this afternoon and the performances
were high-class. It Is a one-ring
show, but it keens up a continuous
performance. The liorbes are espec
lauy won nv or mention, the m il rn
ors and beautiful Stietlands being
unique and pretty.
The performers are extraordinary
in their lines, the .41 I.cnn I'd mllv nf
tuTouais, tne Hugimoto troupe of Jap
ancse it uir era. tin. ins in uariai
feats, Madam Villlette. the wild beast
turner, ami Miss l-a Hello Leona, bare
hack rider, were all artists and the!
work was hlnhlv iinnrpclnli.il
-The Floto rIiiiu' Ik iiwnpil )iv nit..
Floto, sporting editor and ono of the
lirupneiors oi me Denver 1'ost, and
Is one of the neatest, cleanest,
snrichtllest nttraclioiiR on tlu ivm.l it
will always be welcomed heartily to
Pink, blue and tans; 36c yard; salo
price , 17'ic yd
PLAIN COTTON ETAMINES.
Finely finished, colors blue, whlto,
pink, 35c ynrdj sale prlco VzC yd
WELL POSTED SHOPPERS.
Know the value of goods. Comp
nnd seo If prices are, not cut Just in
Pinks, blues nnd greys, 20c yard;
' sale price 10c yd
Who, rod, groy and green, 25c; salo
prlc.o 122c yd
Pink; blue and whlto, 35c yard; salo
prlco 172o yd
MANY ODD PIECES.
Dress lengths, skirt lengths, waist
lengths, lCc to 60c yd., salo prlco
5c to 25c yd
REMEMBER THESE PRICES ARE
ONLY GOOD FOR TWO DAYS.
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
GOODMAN DIVOROt SUIT,
The Well Known and Wealthy Stock
man Is the Plaintiff.
Wm. S. Goodman, the well known
cattleman nnd alfnlfa farmer of
TTinlsnn Hnv hna filpil n tintlttmi fur
a divorce from Irene B, Goodman, to
whom, ne was married In 1871). He
nlen nakc fnr tlm nnrn nml mletnill' if
one minor child, aged 1 years. There
is ono outer cnuu, tne issue oi tins
marriage, 24 years of age.
Air. uoodman alleges simple nut
iif.rlol o.i t rlnDorllnn na hla nnlicn nr
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action, alleging that his wire lias nog-
lur.tttfl nml riifnaorl tn llvn with lilm
for tlie past seven years, and that her
home has been for several years at
Mr. Goodman further nRks Hint nil
Mm nrnnur v nnti- In lila tinmn 1m an.
cured to him as against his wife's
efforts tn Recurn ll. If slu shnnlil
make such effort, as she has large
holdings In tho state of Washington
which bolonceil tn her linllvliliiiillv
and In her own right.
Mrs. Goodman Is tho daughter of
tho well known physician nnmed
Stewart, of Walla Walla.
IN PROBATE COURT.
Mayor Esteb of Echo,
Maror I. A. Esteb. of Rehn. la In
the cltv todav on business connncfeil
with his growing city. Recently a
iiroiecr linn npi.n RinriMti nr h m fn
a nubile nark, n hunk ia nnw In .,,.
temulatlon. a water nnd lk-hl mvilnnt
Is under way, and Echo Is rapidly be
coming a modern, up-to-date, thlrfty
iuwii. Aiuvor hhipii ir eninitsinHtin
over the Hnccesti itf tun hoot nmn In
that locality and believes the sugar
mumiv neijiiin win rf-in nn inn nvnii.
able land there next vear tor murine
ueets and it looks favorable for a fa&
torv there In time. Helm will lm mn.
resented at the Development League
meeting at Portland on August 2.
Representing the Fair.
J. P. Marshall. Rnentnl rammfsalnn
er for th.e Lewis and Clark fair for
mo iNortnwest, stales, arrived in the
city tnis morning and spent tho day
talking over fair matters with Pen.
dleton business mon. Ho finds great
entnus asm over the Lew r nnd Chirk
exposition In all tin. North went Rtntns
uiiu nns received pledges and prom
ises for Increased exhibits, appropri
ations and Interest from all of them.
Has a Fever.
Jamos P 0 arson, an omnlnvn nf thu
nnnr .llinlnnr wnu
brought In this mori'Ing suffering with
u uuvero lever wnicn is not yet diag
nosed. Ho is at tho hnmn tit hla ula.
tor. Mrs. FidiI Stickler, ntwl In nlnnn.
of Dr. McFall.
The Wrltnra nf tho linat ciinnu .....
dead. The writers of some of tho new
ones ought to be.
First Case Under the Inheritance Tax
Law In This County.
The first case In the probate court
of Umatilla county wherein the effects
of the now inheritance tax law can
Do tested, affects the estate of Har
vey E. Voting, deceased, of Freewater.
Young left approximately $18,000, us
shown by the special appraisement
matie yesterday, the schedule of
which was filed this forenoon. Other
estates have been left In this county
since tne law was passed, which were
much larger than this, but which,
under tne lermn nr th inu- wnm n.u
suiijeci to it.
McADAM WANTS YOUR WOOD AND COAL TRADE, AND
WILL MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE HIM BEFORE
OFFICE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK BUILDING.
Decauso our prices are cut Just ns low as U Is possible nnd do
business. You get tho benoBt of conservative buying nnd our small
margin of profit. Wo have special sales ovory day. Our goods aro
marked In plalu flguroB and will compare with nny house of our kind.
Come In. Let us convince you.
Workingmen's Clothing Co.
The New Store. corner Main and Webb Sti.
Reverted to the r.nuntv
The entire estntn nf eimri pon
tile stranger who was accidentally
iiruwnen in inn riv,.t nnp i.'-iw. i.
Juno, has been probated, und reverts
to the county. It consists of Just
M.iu ensn, and was in his pockets
w e tllU IKIlIV win fnnnil Illu fi. II.
er. who lives at Tarnm
nlcnl.ed with, but wrote that he was
too poor to taito any responsibility
wjiuiever. uiiu inr inn ,mintv tn ,iiu
pose of the body, which It did. The
$14.40 was turned over to the county
by Coroner Cole today.
Judgment for $1800.
dered In the circuit court by Judge
Ellis, against the () n t M in f,.vr
of lxmise Anderson, who sued for
tho recovery or the value of wheat de
stroyed In the nnviian
last March, alleging that tho negll
geitce of tho company was responsible
for the loss. The fml
dcred In conference with a decision
by the sum-erne court hiut rn,irii
confirming the result of the trial of
uie case in tin. nwor mnri .....i in
Oregon State Normal School, Monmoath
. HOk'IllH Its twnntv.Milr.l a
- vai JUU1 OtllJ"
tcinber.20, 11104. Four terms in each
f1""" year, nirordliig opportunities
for beginning a courso In Soptomber.
November, February nnd April.
The Best Tralnlnp, for Teacher.
Is the normal courso, with Us assur
anco of good posltloiiB at good wagoa.
Wrlto for now catalogue containing
full Information concerning coursos
of study, training In nctual teaching
afforded iindor roal conditions In town
a the advance course of study''w..h"thorJa,a
Address Secretary J. B. V. Duller, or President E. D. Re,.er,
ElkB' Meatlnn Tnnlnhl
There Will bo n mnetlnir if Hi
tonight at 7:30, Uusinosa of Import,
ance. All members requested to bo
"Did I'OU lieni- nl.n.if ,i. ......!..
down ut the Browns' last night J"
ao. wimt happened"
"Why. Urn. iti n WM trti n 4 1... I ... I
ItOtllO tO J) UV Willi
in he kitchen It fell out ot tho cradlf.
mtu uroKO lis neck."
"Whnt. the baby?"
"No; the bottle."
llebbs Old TitcHvnilii .'..iTm.,. .t..
from Insomnia. Says he Ik llfl'lll.l tn f.n
Dobbs Does be feur bu vims?
Unbbs No: but (1... inUi n...,. i... .. .
'M tfrcatuea of giving uwuy bin uioucj'.
of cleanliness and neatness Is oa
each Individual ploco of llnon or other
wash goods ontrustod to our careful
bands to undergo tho process known
as laundering. First, we wbbU clean:
second, we starch rightly and only
whore starch Is needed; third, our
ml1,"? ! r.oany aocon(1 none In
hold.to.the-la8f nnlsh. Tersely told,
Uils Is a complete flrst-class laundry,
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread Is
assured when Dyers' Uest Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, steam roll
ed barley always on hand.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYER8, Prop.
LEGAL BLANKS Wrl.,e o-
alogi of ttem. A fall .apply twVSfc5