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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1904.
PAGE FIVE.
Specials for Week
Beginning Monday, Aug. 15
Every department In our store Is represented In th'ls clean
iweep sale. All summer goods reduced from one-fourth to one
hilf. We must have room for our fall stock, which Is now arriv
ing dally. Yu lose money If you miss this sale. Following are
, few of the many bargains.
15c Lawns, now 12c
itc White Goods 1214c
(0c White Goods 15c
50c White Goods 25c
20c lawns 10c
15c Lawns 72c
jc Lawns and Challles. . . . 5c
jc and 8c Apron Ginghams 5c
12 and $2.25 Shirt Waists 75c
1160 and $1.75 Shirt Waists 50c
I3' Ladles' Slippers $1.50
5 50 Ladles Slippers.... $1.25
1.75 Ladles' Slippers 75c
12 Children's Shoes $1.00
jSc Wash Goods 13c
$0 Men's Summer Suits. .$3.00
$7 Men's Summer Stilts.. $3.50
$8 Men's Summer Suits.. $4.00
$1.25 Shirts 69c
$3 and J2.50 odd Pants.. $1.75
25c and 35c Ties 19C
$1 and 75c Coys' Tennis
Shoes 50c
$1 Under Garments 50c
25c Children's Lace Hoso.. 19c
20c and 15c Vests 10c
35c and 40c Vests 25c
COc Children's Dresses ... 25c
$1.50 and $1 Children's
Dresses 75c
$1 KImonas 75c
PERSONAL MENTION
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store f
Corner Main and Alta Streets I
CITY BREVITIES
In C Rader. Get Sunny.
icecream, the Delta kind,
ftsh registers nt Wlth.eo's.
fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
I Sew Knox Hats, Itoosovelt's.
IDougla3 and Hanan shoes at Itoos-t!t'l.
I Sew hats, all the latest styles, see
1 it Teutsch's,
Iwitermelons and musk melons,
Eiilef Bros., the grocers.
lite very latest In brown nud blue
1, just arrived. Teutsch's.
I Smokers get satisfaction at How-
ifi, formerly Ilces' cigar store.
lie st. ueorge restaurant, open
yud night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl-
I luted Chambermaid
1 it Hotel Pendleton.
and wait
Apply at
Bhe serge hats, the latest. Just
am at Teutsch's Department
fit.
IXibisM wafers, all flavors, dellc-
lu ud refreshing in milk, nt Haw-
Ifor Rent The room formerly oc-
plea by tho Pantheon theater. Ap-
' to Mdolph Martin.
IS. N. Beaverst, of Cold Springs,
p uh acres or winter wheat which
believed will avorago 20 bushols
w, ana uii of the finest ciuallty.
IS of our dlnnerwnro not full sots.
price with cash purchase of
Ptejr and classwnrn nnil lnmn.
fce Bight lamp free. See window
W C. llohrman.
Efo Kerr, of Cold Springs, has Just
" uuu nmri lownra Harvesting
cres or wheat which he has
year, i.ivnrv i.i .
a flao condition. Ho will begin
soon.
Ifuted-Agents to sell hardy.
R,Bro,wn troos- DB commis-
P Paid. Cnnli rwl.,.i
2 "way and secure choice of tor-
wasnington Nursery Co.
wasn.
Ifl DM a.tnt.lt-1. - . . .
vatuuiiHiiHH wfinlnanln nn
rff.r,in Portlanl would like to
In.:.' UB V1 samples to an East
LiJi. reainan, who has an es
- lrBae. will nav n llhnrnl
alsslon
or a guaranteed salary.
Mty, not Quantity.
:pet
Jtcli Repairing :
JCUr Watch nr olnMr
u (.Miring? is time an lm-
iw, . ur. 10 yuT
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I tor Mmr. luu n!K 01 Having
and
Cguarantced,
HUNZIKER
Progressive Jeweler.
Main Street.
Bring
all
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Got sunny. TJ c Rader.
The Delta ice cream is delicious.
Now fall clothing at Roosevelt's.
Big line Stetson hats at Roosevelt'5.
$3.50 ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose
velt's. Fresh fruits and vegetables at Haw
ley Bros.'
Got your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joergcr's, 12G West Court
street.
Ten thousand second-hand school
books wanted at Nolf's. School sup
ply stor.o.
The wiring of the new Montcrastel
li building progresses, it Is beinc
done by Maple Bros.
For Rent A store room on Cotton
wood street, opposite St. Joe store.
Inquire of Chris Ranley.
For Salt Desirable residence prop
erty, .corner Alta and College. The
Lee place. See L. H. Lee.
For Sale A few choice ncre lots in
west Pendleton. Apply to S. M.
Richardson, P.endleton, Oregon.
Tho union meeting next Sunday
will be hold in the Thompson street
Methodist church, and Rev. Van Nuys
will preach In the evening.
George Maple wears as a watch
charm a sllvor half dollar of the
mintage of 1817, which he bought In
Seattle. It has a sentimental value
for Mr. Maple, "ior what it has
bought during all these years."
Rev. M. V. Howard will preach his
last sermon here during tho present
conference year, on August 28. Ho
will then go to Spokane to the con
ference wlch meets qu the first of
September. The probabilities are that
Mr. Howard will bo roturned to this
pastorate. At least, that is what his
parishioners expect and desire.
Thomas Clark was brought to St.
Anthony's hospital laBt night from
Cayuse station, suffering from a slight
injury to his right foot, occasioned
by a misstep in hoarding a passenger
train. The man was deeply under the
Influence of liquor when brought to
this city, nnd as his hurts were found
to be slight he was not permitted to
remain at the hospital.
Joe Bailey of Echo, is in tho city
touay.
Matt Mosgrove, of Milton, is nt tho
ssi. ueorge.
t. w. scnmidt has returned from a
vacation in the mountains.
J. P. Isaacs, of Walla Wnlla, was a
Pendleton visitor last, night.
u. u. Hicharuson, of Helix, is a
guest of Hotel St. Georgo today.
C. S, Wheeler and wife will return
from Long Beach in about a week.
Georgo Warburton, of Holdman,
wns in town yesterday on business.
Mrs. Hales nnd daughter Alma have
returned from an outing in Meacham.
Mrs. A. J. Mors.o, of Ukiah, Is in tho
city for a few days, the guest of Hotel
Bickers.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Col
lier returned from La Grande this
morning.
Wallace McCamnnt, a prominent
Portland attorney, was In Pendleton
last night.
P. Sones, of the firm of Sones &
Walker, of Helix, Is n guest nt the
Bickers today.
Charl.es Romer, of Walla Walla, Is
taking treatment nt Mrs. Sabina
Leach's sanitarium.
Louis P. McCarty, tho Statistician
and Economist man, went to Walla
Walla this morning.
Mrs. Epple and ner daughter, Itoze
na, are expected home from Long
Beach In a few days.
H. H. McReynolds, of Pilot Rock, is
a guest of Hotel Bickers while In tho
city on business today.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. RIgby, Miss
Olive Rlgby and Mrs. M. A. Rlgby
have returned from Meacham.
Miss Mamie Scott has abandoned
teaching to accept a position in tho
New Great Eastern as saleswoman.
Dr. C. .1. Smith went to La Grande
last night on business connected with
the state board of health, of which
he Is a member.
Misses Charity and Harriet Ankeny,
of Walla Walla, daughters of United
States Senator Levi Ankeny, are visit
ing In Pendleton.
Robert Renn nnd wife and son are
enjoying themselves so much at Long
Bench that they will not return until
about September 1.
Mrs. Frederick Nolf and tho chil
dren left for Eugene this morning,
where they will visit for some time
with Mrs, Nolf's people.
O. C. Crank and family have arriv
ed from St. LouIb, with the Intention
of making their permanent home
here. Mr. Crank Is a carpenter.
During the absence of Dr. T. M.
Henderson In the East, Drs. C. J.
Smith and R. E. Ringo will have
charge of his reservation practice.
Samuel Yenne and family returned
on the night train yesterday from a
visit to Smith county, Kns., their old
home. They have been west four
years.
Leon Cohen left New York City
lnstSunday night for the West. He
will stop In Chicago a short time and
Is expected to arrive In Pendleton
next Sunday.
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All of the New Plate Glass Show
Windows Are in Place
AND WE ARE RUSHING THE INTERIOR WORK FORWARD TO COMPLETION JUST AS FAST
AS POSSIBLE. IF YOU WISH SOME pF THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS AS AN EXTRA INDUCEMENT
TO GET OUR STOCK OUT OF THE WAY OF THE WORKMEN, YOU'LL HAVE TO COME IN SOON.
Women's White asd Colored Shirt Waists
IN ORGANDIES, JAP SILK, INDIA
LINON, MADRAS AND
WHICH MAKES THE
LINEN EFFECTS, ALL AT HALF PRICE X
$1.00 Shirt waists at 50c
$1.25 Shirt waists at 6214c
$1.50 Shirt waists at' 75c each
$2.00 Shirt waists at $1.00 each
$3.00 Shirt waists nt $1.50 .each
$1.00 Shirt waists nt $2.00 each
$5.00 Shirt waists at $2.50 each
$G.OO Shirt waists at $3.00 each
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF CHILDREN'S DRESSES AT HALF PRICE.
Far Below Manufacturers' Cost
JUST TO SHOW YOU WHAT WE MEAN:
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LINEN, ETAMINES, DOTTED SWISSES, SILK MUSLINS, VOILES, LINEN
BATISTES AND SILK ORGANDIES, ALL TO BE CLOSED AT HALF PRICE.
35c quality, at 1714c
40c quality, nt 20c
15c
20c
25c
quality, sale price 7YzC
quality, sale price 10c
quality, sale price 12'c
COc quality, nt 25c
ROOM MUST BE HAD
FALL GOODS HAVE FORCED THEIR WAY IN THE STORE. THIS ENTIRE WEEK IS YOUR OPPOR
TUNITY. Ladles' crushed silk and satin bolts, were 50e to I Ladles' lisle gloves, modes and grnys, worth 35c,
go at 25c.
Fancv neck ribbons, four inches wide, 10c a yd
now 22c a pair.
This senson's novelty stocks, worth 75o, now 35c
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
arm a smooth plno board about four
feet In length.
"That's my book," replied the far
mer. "You s.qe I keep my own books,"
and tho man displayed the row of
rough figures that showed his wheat
yield and tho various items of ex
pense connected with his farm work.
When the farmer had completed his
business with the grain dealer, ho
started away leaving tho board on
McComas' desk.
"Here," said the latter, "don't you
want your book?"
"Yes, guess I do," the granger an
swered, "It'll make good kindling."
SHEEP SHIPMENTS
MUST BE DIPPED.
High School Premises.
All observers note the excellent
care that Tom Love has given the
high school building and tho adjacent
premises during the summer. The
shade trees have made a fine growth
and have not been distorted and half
ruined by over-pruning, and that kind
of pruning which Is simply torture to
Inanimate nature, and the grass has
made a fine growth and now makes
as close and well-groomed a lawn as
there is in town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A .Roberts, of La
Grande, who have been visiting in
this city, returned home last night.
Mr. Roberts Is received of the land of
fice nt La Grandi.
Mrs. Zetta Reynolds Is the new
clerk in the suit and cloak department
of the New Great Eastern. She Is re
garded as one of the best saleswomen
In Eastern Oregon, and comes from
Baker City.
(Continued from page 1.)
Long Beach Weather.
Long Beach Is not In favor this year
with (Dr; 'Garfield, who prouounc.es the
weather as a combination between
utter disappointment and simply atro
cious. During tho three weekB he and
Mrs. Garfield were there there were
but three days the sun shone, and
only one day that it shone all day.
Tho other days It was cold, foggy
and blustery. They prefer the moun
tains for an outing.
Mrs. E. B, Conklln and family are
now nt Union, where they will visit
for some time yet. Prof. Conklin is
now superintending the details of the
new school buildings and advising
with the architect and contractors.
Rev. M. V. Howard will go out to
Butter Creek Friday. He will spend
two days making pastoral calls, and
will preach Sunday at 11 a. m. and
In the evening In the Thompson
school house, 12 miles west of Echo.
Mrs. Helen Elliott, sister of County
School Superintendent Frank K.
Welles, will arrive in Pendleton this
evening to visit her brother. Mrs.
Elliott's home is In Portland, but she
has been at Ferndale the guest of
Mr. Welles' family.
Repair Levee.
The work of repairing the levee will
begin September 1. Close inspection
falls to reveal anything to be done
except replace the facing at the w.est
end of Water street, and extend down.
ward the wall near Star street.
Wheat Prices Stationary.
The local wheat market was quiet
today. Club Is quoted at 64 cents
and bluestem at 70 cents.
f'M,
LOG CABIN
ICE CREAM
iu . ""nous Ice Cream can again be obtained at the old la-
j uRDm soda Fountain.
OEPPFMQ The Popalar Price
, DRUGSTORE
A. C KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
HABIT OF ST. FRANCIS.
Assumed by Four Young Ladles Two
Others Today Became Nuns.
The habit of the Order of St. Fran
cis was this morning at 8 o'clock as
sumed by the following young ladles
at the convent in this place, the cere
mony being conducted by Bishop
O'Reilly, and attended by 43 visiting
nuns and several visiting members ol
the clergy:
Miss Mamie Thayer, of Chewelah,
in religion Sister Mary Amadea; Miss
Mary Meyers, of Los Angeles, in re
ligion Sister Mary Modesta; Miss
Sophie May, of Spokane, in religion
Sister Mary l-ancratlaj Miss Jose
phlne Maglnottl. of Tekoa. in religion
SIstor Mary Hllarla,
The ceremony Is known In tlin
church as tho solemu investiture nnd
profession, following which the can
didates eator tho convent horo as no
vitiates in urenaration far tlm full
uuues or tho sisterhood, which proba
tionary period continues for two
yoars.
This mornliik' two ladies who li
finished their probationary period,
pronounced tho vows and became
nuns. They are Sister Marv Jacoblna
and SIstor Mary Ollvorla, both of
Philadelphia.
posed, but upon which scabbles had
not yet developed, coBt one man $10,
000. That would not have occurred
if the bureau of animal Industry had
been as solicitous about preventlug
the shipment of infected and expos
ed sheep from California as it now is
about shipping Infected or exposed
sheep from Oregon Into other
states. It nil goes Into tho general
work of stamping out disease"
Salt Lake City, Utah,
August 1, 1904.
To Inspectors and Employes, Bureau
of Animal Industry:
In order to more effectually pre
sent the spread of scabbles and other
Infectious diseases, you are directed
to observe the following instructions:
All sneep which are for immedlato
slaughter or destined to market points
may bo passed if clean without pla
carding the cars "Exposed" or "Scab-
oy sneep," u sold for other purposes
than immediate slaughter they will
ue uippea at said inarkot point. Sheop
mat are being shipped into other
states for feeding or stock numoses
or for breeding, must be dipped once
ns exposed and twice if infected In
some of tho (one) dips approved by
mis oureau, ana under the suporvls
ion or a feueral employe. In all such
cases clean and ..sinfected cars must
ue proviueu as ner Instruct ons
Juno 26, 1904. . n 2 7a
Where Sheou for breeding niirrmans
havo been kept entirely by themselves
and have no opportunity of becoming
uueciea or exposed, either by contact
With Infected fiheCD. or tiv nrnanlne-
iruiis wnere lnrecled sheep have been
driven and can be loadiwi Into rltnn
anu uninfected cars without honm
lng so Infected or exposed, it will be
left to the discretion of tho
or employe as to whether Bald sheep
ouuuiu ue eivnn n oinnn Kill f i..ot,i.
This rule should also apply in sheep'
uuiuk unvu irom one ute to anoth
er In all cases where there aro bureau
Insfiectors enoueh
oer.
GEO. S, HICKOX, '
A&ent In Charge.
Will Open the "Cabinet."
W. M. Wilkinson has purchased the
ice cream and confectionery store on
Court street n.ext to C. C. Sharp's
nun pupur nouse, of E. Turpllngor,
Tho store is being remodeled and Im
proved throughout, and will be open
lor business lu a fow days, Mr. Wil
kinson has named his store tho "Cab-
inei.
Business at Pilot Rock.
H. II. McReynolds, proprietor of tho
City Hotel, nt Pilot Rock, Is In town
today. Ho reports business as somo-
what slack nt Pilot Rock just now, but
it Is duo to tho uncommonly flno
crops In that vicinity, which have
taken many peoplo Into' tho country
to look after their Interests thore.
This is bocauso nearly everybody in
the town has direct farming Interests.
Tho other roason Is becauso so many
residents, knowing that a full and
winter of unexampled activity la bo
foro them, have hiked out to tho
mountains or to the seashore for a vacation.
Latest Books at
NOLL'S
Popular Stationery 8tore.
"Four Roads to Paradise."
"Miss Potticoat."
"The Silent Places."
"Tho Frontiersmen."
"The Light of tho Star."
"Tho Deliverance."
"Robort Caveliar."
"My Friend Prospero."
"Tho Castaway."
"Rebecca."
"Memoirs of a Baby."
"Tho Cost."
"A Texas Matchmaker."
"When Wilderness Was King.'
"Jewell."
"Rulers of tho King."
And many others.
College
Place
Health
Food
Wafors, fruit crackers, cream
sticks, nut butter and salted
peanuts.
Despain & Clark
THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Boar this In lnd whoa you
neod poultry and stock auppllee
and ask for tho International
Poultry and Stock Food. Deo
Kow Kure for your cow troubles.
C. F. Colesworthy 1
Kfizu tasc Alta L
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer.
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ACCOUNTS ON A BOARD.
Wheat Farmer's Novel System
Bookkeeping.
"What are voii dolmr win, tiint
stick of lumber?" hiqulrod W. E. Mc-
Refused Calvin's Plea.
Perry Calvin, tho 10-year-old lov nr.
rested yesterday morning on a charge
in lurceiiy xrom a lodging house, was
arraigned yesterday afternoon before
Circuit Judge Ellis, The prisoner de
clared that he was Innocent pr uuy
crime but was willing to plead 'guilty.
The court refused to accept tio'ploa
and the matter was continued. "Calvin
Is charged with robbing a man who
befriended him, of $10 while tho lat
tor was sleeping.
Tho Model bakery locatml In tim
basement of the now Martin block on
Webb Btreet is now open. Tho Modol
BRING ON YOUR COLLARS AND
CUFFS.
Wo are ready for them to wash
them, to blu.o them, to starch thoni, to
iron them In such a way that they
will suit your necks and wrists with
out chafing ol'hor and without glrlsj
thorn a free frlngo which you would
rather And missing. Wo have reduced
tho laundoring of linen to a science
nnd our prices aro In accord with the
mtdern Idea of low cost In large auaa
titles.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from tho choicest wheat that grows. Good bread la
assured when Dyers' Best Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, steam roll
ed barley always on hand.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYERS, Prop.
ELATERITE IS MINERAL RUBBER
We nronflrlv t Am has If nt Ai, .
i T,S? we bu,lli up ? flre- nni Pn' Pooling murllvSltk
a ground mica surface and n. vnni kit n.r.. .1. . A . TT ' w,u
WE'LL lay the goods, o? you can ' Fyou Tave to use a roof we com
tell you somo m Jthty interoaMno. thlw 'mi. n. "..r??r? w
book.from shriveling up. Write us. ' ' v """"" your pocK6
The Elaterlte Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, Oregoa
'Tis Rich and Delicious
ju!c?Ur ld Bt0ra8e maU aIWOyS r,Sht' alWRyB tonder' alwa8
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