East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 09, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1904L
PERSONAL MENTION
ELP US
Ttft.
1.25 n"d ?1G0
50c
choice
DlES SKIRTS,
listing of nbout six
.i t l ea. .
0,HJ " $3.65
lolce
WASH GOODS,
jrtlto goods, one-half
,.n. ono-lmlf prlco.
MN'S SHIRTS.
,, Kgular price $1.00
tor ono week, your
Get Sunny.
,t the Boston.
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.u ,.n it Mnrtln'K
..... mLr. Tlnntnn
xt dry goods. The Bos'
ipllt wood, 'phone Mc-
men's sweaters. The
..... nil l.'tn.la nt
.1 nl.lna nt Tin W.
n Hp crocors.
m Ddll9iuv.c,uu nun
... ..tln,nnt..r. nf TTnnr.
toree restaurant, open
stft. Mrs. Cooper, propri-
fliers, an nuvuit, uuiic-
4eshlng In milk, nt Haw-
it Pantheon theater. Ap-
m Miiuu.
Pendleton. Oregon.
Dinner, the W.obb street
, now has an urtlst In
"6 uaiiwi nuns, wiiut;
uison is at tho Height.
unserware nut full snfs.
glassware nnd lamn.
hlQD free. Rpr wlnrlnro
'. Pnlirmnr.
iu seii naray.
p..v .i r .....
' auYuuteu weoKiy.
an secure cnoice or tor-
Tul.
IS 111 fho lllltlut .if inr.
" wueui lying ill
Vansvclo ('niinlrv
own of town The av-
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fliuwis per aero, and
W 01 excellent minlltv
WATCH
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- iuo umerent
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v Bona goia
a watches.
"o win imiy re
alty. Ilhta.
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LOG CABIN
ICE CREAM
Sod Fountain.
A C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
HAN HOUSE
BARGAINS FOR ONE WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY,
LADIES' SHIRT WAICTS.
Lot 2 All $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 ami
$2.50 waists, your choice... 75c
CHILDREN'S DRESSES.
Lot 1 35c, B0e and COc drosses.
choice 25c
Lot 2 $1.00, $1.25 nnd $1.50
dresses, your cholco 75c
MEN'S SUITS.
$0.00 Suits $3.00
$7.50 Suits $3.75
$10.00 Suits $8.50
$13.50 Stilts $11.50
$15.00 Suits $12.50
ODD PANTS.
200 pair regular price $2.25.
$2.50 and $3.00, lor ono week $1.75
Corner Main and Aita streets
Ico cream, tho Delta kind.
Got Sunny. U. C. Under.
Tho Delta Ice cream Is delicious.
Douglas and Hanan shoes. The
Boston.
New hnte, all tho latest styles, see
them at Teutsch's.
"When Wilderness Was King," and
many other new books. Nolf's.
The very latest In brown and blue
hats, just arriv.ed. Teutsch's.
Got your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joorger's, 120 West Court
street.
Hluo serge hats, tho lalost. Just
received at Teutsch's Department
Store.
Wanted Woman to do cooking In
hotel. Address Mrs. .1. P. Navln,
Helix, Or.
.lust received a new line of felt
street lints for early fall. Mrs. Rose
Cnmpb.oll.
Twenty-room hotel, furnished, two
lots, good business, $1800. Great bar
gain. E. T. Wade & Son.
J. P. Hanlon, the tobacconist, will
move Into the second room from the
north of the now Matlock building,
upon Its completion.
The wheal cut by Tom Thompson
nine miles northeast of town 320
acres Is said to have yielded but 28
Dusiieis per acre, but the duality Is
excellent. The lighter yield than was
looked for is attributed to the late
spring freezes.
Another man whoso wheat wns vic
timized by the late spring freezes
wns E. U. Shnfer, who has just fin
ished cutting nnd threshing the prod
uct of 130 acr.os. The average for
the entire field was 23 bushels, but
the quality Is fine.
.1 A. Cresswell Is harvesting 400
acres of wheat betwoen Juniper and
Vansycle. It is said to be of first
thresh out a heavy yield, though no
class quality, and that It Is sure to
thresh out a heavy yield, though no
figures nre given to tho estimates.
William Duff, who lives eight miles
northeast of Pendleton, threshed tho
wheat cut from 35 acros, and the yield
averaged 28 bushels, of excellent
quality, but tho yield was considera
bly less than anticipated, due to the
freezes of tho early summer, which
cheeked the development.
After the occupation of .their .en
larged quarters by P. W. Schmidt &
Co., Glenn Wlnslow, the jowoler, will
movo Into the room now occupied by
Schmidt. He will occupy It In Its
present dimensions as far back as tho
vault In the rear of the prescription
case. From the vault hack the build
ing wilt be used by Schmidt.
Good Crops Around Alba.
A. S. Quant, the Alba merchant, is
In town todny. Mr. Quant states that
the doprossed cattle market has at
fected business conditions somewhat
In tho Alba country. All other Indus
trial conditions out there are first-
class in .ovary respect. All kinds ot
livestock aro in fino condition, and
crops were good this year.
Grouse Growing Shy.
Hunters report such a shyness and
comparative scarcity of grouse as to
indicate a coming .extermination of
the birds. It is said that this year
more than ever before the grouse are
reluctant to leavo the timber and are
harder to find even there. Either In
stinct or Inherited fear teach It that
dangers multiply for it In the open.
Wllklns Will Move Soon.
Charles Wllklns will move In a few
days into the dwelling at the corner
of Tustin and Thompson streets,
formerly occupied by James A. Fee.
lt Cit,l!f I00 Cr6n can again be obtained at the old t-
C. E. Troutmnn went to Athena
this morning.
Fred Hnrtman went to Lehman
Springs yesterday.
A. Kunkel returned yesterday from
a week at Spokane.
Seth Catlln, ot Portland, is visit
Ing in Pondloton this week.
B. R. Kelly left this morning for
Spokane for a visit of several days.
Mrs. Win Johnson left this morning
for a visit ot a few days at Portland.
Ninety-seven p.esons went to
Moacham Sunday morning from this
point.
Mrs. R. W. Oakes of Caldwell, Ida
ho, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H.
Gwinn.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gustafson have re
turned from a visit to Kamcla and
La Grande.
Miss Ida Thompson has returned
from Portland, where she has been
visiting friendB.
Miss Sue Sullivan, of La Grande,
is visiting in the city, the guest of
Miss Maud Cheek.
Judge Hartman and wife will take
In the World's Fair later on, when
tho wcathor modorat.es.
L. Stubblofleld left this morning for
tho Camas Prairie country to Inspect
nnd possibly buy fat cattle.
Colonel J. H. Raley and his son Roy
have returned from a grouse hunt
four miles west of Moacham.
Mrs. Helen Marston and daughter,
Vera, have roturned from a visit with
Mrs. Walter Pierce on the Union
county ranch.
Mrs. L. F. Lampkin leaves this eve
ning to join her daughter, Dora, and
Effie Worcester, in an outing at Hid
away Springs,
J. M. Mumford and family have
joined the campaign party at J. L.
Parker's place, two and a half miles
northwest of M.eacham.
Miss Mary Sklpworth will start on
her return to Eugene Friday evening
next. She has been the guest of her
cousin, Miss Winnie Prlvett.
Mrs. G. A. Robbius and Mrs. W. J.
Strever and children aro camping at
the J. L. Darker place near Meacham
and will remain for some time.
Postmaster Ltverniore and his son,
Robert, will return on some train this
evening or tonight from their visit In
tho western part of the stale.
E. L. Freeland, assistant cashier of
the First National Hank at Heppner,
passed through this morning en route
homo from an extended trip through
the East.
J. Lonorgan is In the southern part
of the county on business. Tilery are
several bunches of fine cattlo In that
country which various buyers are
sparring for.
J. M. Bontley went to Umatilla this
morning to adjust losses occasioned
by tho fire Sunday morning, that de
stroyed three houses belonging to
Mrs. J. Peters.
J. M. Uryson left this morning for
Rantoul, Cal to visit with his moth
er, whom ho lias not seen for 15
years. She is 83 years of age and
in poor health.
Dr. Vnughu and his cousin, Charles
Burrow, drove yesterday to Hidaway
Springs, where Mrs. Vaughn has been
for sev.eral days. They will remain
for some days.
Miss Myrtle Prosser, who has been
teaching a summer term at Alba,
started on her return to her home at
Dixie, Wash., this morning, by the
northbound train.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dupuls, Miss Flo
ra Sheek, of this city, and Otis Ar
nold, of Farmington, Wash., have,
gone to the bend of McKay creek for
a two weeks' outing.
Mrs. S. A. Bryson, accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Doll Uryson,
and Miss Ethel Osborne, will leave
Saturday for the: Black mountains,
near Wilbur, for an outing.
Mrs. John L. Vaughn, accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. C. E. Fuqua, and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Mo
Connell, left this morning for
month's outing at Meacham.
Prof. Haw and wife have gom- to
Meacham and will poln th.o camp at
tno Barker place. Mr. Haw will re
main for a week, while Mrs. Haw
will not return until the end of the
hot weather.
D. H. Smith, manager of circulation
on the Oregon Daily Journal, was In
Pendleton this morning to meet Mrs.
Smith, who has boon visiting In the
bast. Mr. and Mrs. Smith returned
to Portland on the morning train.
J. T. Layton and wife and C. A
Uiyton, all ot Jefferson, arc In town
en route to Palouse City. J. T. Lay-
ton Is a blacksmith and It Is possible
tnat he will return to locate In this
placi, as he Is highly pleased with
It.
J. P. O'Brien, general superintend
out; D. W. Campbell, superintendent
oi tno Washington division; L. R.
neidB, division superintendent of the
bouthern Pacific In Oregon, arrived
In a special car last night from Spo
kane and transferred here for tho
oast by No, G.
C. Hanes and R. E. Mosler have
ed from Wallowa county, whore
thoy have homesteads, and will re
main In this vicinity as long as tho
wheat harvest continues. They came
a few months ago from Grand Rapids,
mien,, and aro greatly pleased with
Northwestern Orogon.
Rov. Warren passed through hero
this morning, en route from Baker
City to Hoppner. He preached Sun
day in tho Episcopal church at Baker
City. Upon liis return to Hoppnor
ho will start at once for Monument,
and will hold services at various in
terior points for tho succoodlng 10
days.
HOTEL CRUI8E OPENED.
Elegant New Establishment Is Now
Ready for Business.
Tho Hot,ol Crulso, tho now hostelry
at Wobh nnd Cottonwood atroots, was
In Better Shape
Than a Few Days Ago
opened to the public last night. Man
ager Cruise received his friends and
conducted them through the el.egant
new apartments, while an orchestra
rendered music. Luncheon was later
served.
The new house Is one of the most
elegantly furnished in the city and
Is provided with all modern iconven
lences, Electric clocks will soon bo
Installed and messenger calls placed
at tho convenience of the guests.
A bus will be put In service soon
to make all trains for tho conven
ience of patrons and the now hotel
starts out with the best of prospects.
EXAMINATION,
Copyist and Computers Wanted by
T1the Federal Government.
Ralph Howland has received notice
tha nn examination will bo hold at
this place during the coming month
of October of applicants for "depart
mental clerk" positions.
Just the branch of thu service
not glv.en, but tho Information comes,
With, tho notification that the examln
ation. is to test tho efficiency lor po
sltlons where rapid copying and com
putlng is done. This being tho case,
the attention of clerks in railway of'
flcos and banks Is called lo the ex
amlnation.
There will not be this fall any ex
amlnation at this place of applicants
for the position of railway mall clerk
because there aro already on filo tho
names of more successful applicants
for certificates of proficiency than th
government has vacancies iu sight for
that is, more than there will bo po
sltlons for In a long time at the rue
ognlzed rate at which vacancies oc
cur.
OUT OF HOSPITAL.
Will
Wyrick Released After Two
Weeks With Injured Hand.
Will Wyrick, who has been confned
to St. Anthony's hospital for the past
two weens with a badly Injured hand
was released today.
His left hand was horribly crush
.oil In a threshing machine two weeks
ago Monday evening, the thumb and
first and second fngors being atnim
tated. The Injuries are doing nicely
nnu no nopes to bo ready for work In
a snort time.
Good Times Around Holdman
Jamos Newklrk, the Holdman mer
chant, was In town today purchasing
a joaa oi goous on tils regular t
with and for tho malls. Mr. Nowklrk
Is emphatic iu tho declaration that
"times" aro .easlor around Holdman
than thoy were a year aeo. nrovn
by the fact that the peoplo buy moro
liberally and collections are easier.
Mr. Newkirk holds that tho infl
of tho present wheat crop has not had
time yot to bo felt, and that the gen
erul conditions of permanent Improve-
jiiouis una ireeuom from d.ebt are re
sponsible.
New Residence at Holdman,
William furcell, tho well known
inrmer, and postmaster at Holdmu
Is today moving Into his now re
donee at Holdman, The new struc
ture is not on his farm, but on lntu
directly at Holdman. Mr. Purcoll
erected a two-Btory frame dwelllnir
30x30 foot a commodious and oxcel-
lontly appointed house. D. N. Vunskl
vor was tho contractor.
Will Study at Oakland.
Mlsa Ethel Fruiter loaves thin viaaU
for Oakland, Cal., whoro she expects
to remain for n year. Sho goes part
ly on account of her health, hoping
for on Improvement, and partly to
tako advanced studios In music Miss
rrakor has boon for sevornl venm
tho vory capabio and most popular
organist of tho BnptlBt church.
New York City's now hall of rec
ords, when flnlshod, will hnvo cost
$0,000,000.
WE CAN NOW
ATTEND
YOUR WANTS
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread ll
assured when Dyers' Best Flour Is usod. Bran, shorts, steam roll
ed barley always on hand.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYERS, Prop.
ELATERITE IS
Wn nrnnorlv omn. I,
- r-v.., ,i lur UBCU
juto canvass we build un a Are. w&tnr
a wSr f11!0 BHrtace 2nd a w001 fel
K"vmn, or juu ca.
tell you some mighty interesting thi
hook from shriveling up. Write us.
The Elaterite Roofing Co., 10
Its Rich and Delicious
Our cold storage meats are always right; always tender, always
Juicy.
Try our mild cured Hams. They aro free from that strong taste.
The Schwarz fir Greulich Meat Co.
607 MAIN 8TREET.
NEW GOODS
THIS WEEK
Largo line now style folding
go-carts. The famous "Frobel"
brand, $3.35 to J12.00. Come
and see them.
N.ow cropo paper, plain, rain
bow and floral offocts, 10c, 15c,
20c and 26c.
HAMMOCKS.
Bottor lato than novor. Wo
socurod n samplo lino of ham
mocks and marked thom espec
ially low 85c to $3,25.
Frederick Nolf & Co.
Split Wood
READY FOR THE STOVE. FOUR
FOOT LENGTHS. ALL KINDS.
GOOD STOCK COAL
AT
McADAM'S
'Phone Main 1121. Savings Bank Dldg.
BRING ON
YOUR COLLAR3 AND
CUFF8.
Wo tiro ready for thorn lo wash
thorn, to blue thorn, to starch them, to
Iron them In such a way that they
will suit your necks, and wrlsta with
out chafing ol'her and without gtvlnz
thorn a freo frlngo which you would
rather find mlssjng. Wo havo roducod
thu laundering of llnon to a sclonco
and our prices aro In accord with tho
mcdorn Idea of low cost In largo quan
tities. THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
MINERAL RUBBER
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particular cnmaie. Toon, noon a
nn,i rma nrnnt '.-.Hi "ili.
1 "BPr dr 8hoet backing '
u you nave to use a roof. w eaa
n Thv ,in . .' VT.
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Worcester Block, Portland, Oregoi
College
Place
Health
Food
Wafers, fruit crackers, cream
sticks, nut butter and salted
peanuts.
Despair & CIak