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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1902)
NEW DOUBLE STORE
IvVill be open for business Saturday, August 16th. We cor
dially invite every one to visit our new store, to see the
I Filled with the largest and most complete line of Clothing.Dry
Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Furnishings' and Notions
ever shown in the city.
Come and viBit the new store. You are ever welcome.
Yours to please,
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
FRIDAY, APGUST IB, 1902.
6 A. Howard, farm loanB.
chter's for Ice cream and aoda.
kinds of Imported lunches at
awflsh cooked in white wine, and
crabs at Gratz's.
now store opens Saturday,
t 16. Teutsch's.
tton's ice cream is perfection.
bbone in your order.
n't forget that we have a full line
kery goods. Hawley BroB.
kinds of fruits, molonB and veg-
at the Standard Grocery.
up 'phone main 105 for pure
ice. Only place in town
in get it
received a most beautiful line
D-date white beaver street hats
weather has no terrors at the
Rule basement, where good
beer Is on tap.
lie every Sunday at Klne's
Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
by Kirkman's orchestra.
termelons, cantaloupes, peaches,
eberries, tomatoes, grapes, or-
lemons, and fine crab apples
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Do you need any col-
Sored glasses, goggles,
leye protectors or cheap
watches for harvest ?
I have a full line of
the above named articles,
and my prices are guar
anteed to be the lowest
eweler and Optician
Next Door to R. Alexander
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco.
Get clothing cleaned at Joerger's.
Crawfish cooked to order at
Gregg's coffee, the best, at F. S.
Ycunger & Son's.
Three cents to 24c for an immense
line fine toilet soaps at Nolf's.
For Rtsnt Four-room house near
Academy. Inquire at this office.
The largest assortment of Kenne
dy's wafers at F. S. Younger & Son's.
Good lunches at Phillip's restau
rant, opposite Tallman's drug store.
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Rlhorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building
Drop into the cool, comfortable
basement of the Golden Rule and en
joy a glass of Schlitz beer.
Picnic every Sunday at Klne's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Kirkman's orchestra.
In looking for something you can
not find, go to the new store. You
will need go no farther. Teutsch's,
Rooms In the East Oregonian build'
Ing for rent. Steam heated, hot and
cold water and bath room in connec
. Fresh watermelons, cantaloupes
sweet potatoes, tomatoes, pears,
plums, peaches and apricots at F. S
Younger & Son's.
Doctors predict considerable sick
ness of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool It with
pure artificial ice. 'Phone main 105
Miss Agnes Dunbar will be here in
about 10 days to organize classes and
give lessons in elocution, voice cul
turo, delsarte, etc. For further par
ticulars see another issue.
One of the East Oregonian force
has gone to the mountains for that
"tired feeling," and another is drink
Ing lemonade and eating llmberger
cheese, but the old stagers are still
at the wheel.
At bedtime I take a pleasant herb
drink, the next morning I feel bright
and my complexion is better. My
doctor says that it acts gently on the
stomach, liver and kidneys and is a
pleasant laxative. It is made from
herbs, and is prepared as easily as
tea. It is called Lane s Medicine,
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 2Cc aud 60c,
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
stato and not a particular section
thereof to the detriment of all others.
The abrupt political turn made by
Mr. Scott both surprised and discon
certed many republicans throughout
the sta-. His riding rough-shod over
political friends who had stood loyal
ly by him for years sending them in
a confused heap to the political junk
pile--has alienated some who former
ly were counted among his firmest
supporters. This bitterness of feel
ing Is said to extend to such a de
gree that it is questionable If his new
political alliance fully balances the
losses sustained by the disaffection it
has engendered. But with all this
and his .-ceated d-elaruMim that lie
Is not a candidate, Mr. Scott is still
Newspaper Men for Scott
Corv'allls, Or., Aug. 14. Members
of the Oregon Press Association ar
rived hero this afternoon, en route
to Newport, on Yaquina Bay, where
they hold their annual session dur
ing the coming three days. The
newspaper men have been discussing
the proposition to adopt two resolu
tions of the following import:
One indorsing the idea of electing
a newspaper man as United Senator
from Oregon to succeed Joseph Si
One indorsing the idea of electing
a newspaper man speaker of the Ore
gon house of representatives.
It is blieved tLut these resolutions
will go before the association tomor
row. Meaning of the Resolutions.
The meaning of the two resolutions
. Indorsement of the candidacy of H.
W. Scott for the United States sen
ate. The indorsement of Frank Davey,
a Salem newspaper man, for the
This meaning is conceded to bo the
animating motive, inasmuch as these
gentlemen are the only newspaper
men who are candidates for the po
It canot be ascertained what will
be th efate of the resolution, in the
event they are offered, as seems to
be assured. But it 1b understood that
there will perforce be some opposi
tion to the organization thus enter
ing the field of politics as a body.
MRS. SADIE CARNEY.
The next meeting place of the Elks
will be Baltimore. Md.
resident Koosevelt announces
that Cuba must come first. He will
sacrifice a second term of office to
An investigation of affairs at the
Illinois insane asylum "disproves the
charges of cruelty there against the
KTjR s a very unpleasant little crea-
V flirt tr Vin.vA in t.Vio TimiHfi ThiH
the time of the vear for them to anuear. Use some'
tuS to keep them TT?-"T'r SXmT
ay. Our BarlW 1 SSXJX OIV
f'l kill them and keep them away.
NOT A POISON, BUT DEATH TO BUGS
and inseots of all kinds
25c A BOTTLE
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Steps from Main St. Toward the Cotfrt Hose
UMA BODA, 6o.
Wife of Sam Carney, Died at the
Walla Walla Hospital Thursday
Mrs. Sadie Carney, wife of Sam
Carney, of the Pilot Rock country,
died at the Walla Walla hospital at
2 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Carney has been sick for some
time. A few days ago her physic
ians concluded that she must under
go an operation. She was taken to
the Walla Walla hospital and oper
ated upon for a tumor, but never ral
lied after the operation. Her condi
tion was very serious when the oper
ation was performed and her life was
despaired of, so that her death was
Mrs. Carney was 30 years of age,
was the daughter of John Owens. Be
besides her heart-broken husband,
she leaves many friends to mourn her
untimely taking away.
The body was brought to Pendle
ton on the evening O. It. & N. train
and left at M. A. Rader's undertak
ing parlors until this morning, when
it was taken to Pilot Rock for Dunai
Spokane Interstate Fair.
There will be something doing
every moment of the day and until 11
o'clock at night at the Spokane in
terstate fair this year.
Given by Prof. E. E. Elliot and Dr
H n 'MolRnn nf thn Aevlmiltural CoY
lege at Pullman, Washington, for the
beBt herd of beef cattle. Amateur
prize, silver cup. No person having
exhibited a herd of beef cattle at
Spokane prior to 1902 can compete
for tins cup.
Tim dates of the Snokane Inter
stntfi fair are Oct. 6 to 14 inclusive
TMi iiipnl season of Washington and
time of year when the farmer, fruit
grower, stock raiser and ranchman
is through his labor and in position
tn nttinrt the fair and enjoy himself
with his family and neighbors. The
a : -Tl l.l tlmAa Mile
management, ihuuhbu ujs nmco
fall in all departments ana are ex
pectlng a big attendance as the rail
roads are colne to Kive greatly re
duced rates during the fair.
The Excursion to Walla Walla.
Tim two baseball cames at Walla
Walla Sunday between the "Indians"
and the "Sharnahooters." nromises to
be of incomparable interest, rivalry
between the two teams now oemg at
n Klzzllner heat. A laree crowd will
undoubtedly go from Pendleton and
help our boys win. The train that is
to carry the- excursionists will leave
the O. R. & N. Douot at 8:15 a. m.
sliarn. Returning, will leave Walla
Walla at 7:30 p. m. Round .trip, $1.
Threo good ladies, clothes ironers,
can find employment at the Domestic
The renort is sent out from Astoria
that the cold storage output this
year will amount to moro than .a mil
It Pays to Ttzit at the Peoples Warehouse.
Keep Cool !
Good advice, but how to do it, that's the question.
Got yourself into one of thoso '
that we are selling at reduced prices.
$6.00 Coats and Pants to clean 'up C $4.00
$7.50 Coats and Pants to clean up $5.00
$10.00 Coats and Pants to clean up $7.50
$12.00 Coats and Pants to clean up $9.00
The right kind, they don't rip, the buttons don't come off, they hang
right. Look at the well dressed men that wear our Clothos.
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS.
Connecticut Version of Tracy.
A New Haven paper has this to say
"The noted outlaw Tracy, who has
led the officers of Oregon and Wash
ington ta month's chase through the
mountains, shot himself yesterday
in a wheat field around which a posse
of citizens were picketed. This man's
record of crime began when a fellow
miner ran away with the woman ho
was to marry himself."
Shatters All Records.
Twice in hospital, F. A. Qulledge,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a severe caBe of piles.
causing 24 tumors. When all failed,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve soon curea
him. Subdues inflammation, con
quers aches, kills pains. Best salvo
In the world, 25c at Tallman & uos
Beats the Slipper.
A New York man has invented a
machine for paddling children by
electricity and wishes to sell it to the
public schools. Ho claims that It
eliminates the personal factor in pun
ishment so far as the instructor is
concerned and Uiub enables a boy to
take his lickings without ceasing to
love his teacher.
Picnic every Sunday at Kino's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock
Music by Kirkman's orchestra.
We are showing a remarkable
fine line of Pocket Knives, the
"Frederick Nolf" brand, hand
forged blades, 15c to 85c, all
Special Items This Week
White House Cook Book, new
Webster's Dictionary in half
calf binding, worth J&5, here
on sale, $2 65.
Child's Silver Sets, knife, fork
and spoon, 35c to $195.
Beautiful goods for gifts.
Balance of the season's line
"Cut to the Bone," to close
out, $1.19 to $1.39 each.
Agents Win. Penn Letter Files.
Hero is an idea that may
not have come to yon:
Why heat your home 000k
ing meals ?
JnBt take yonr meals dar
ing the summor at the
You'll onjoy oar oooklng
and tho ouiaino sorrod.
The French Restaurant
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Telephone Main 4,
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State Normal School,
Graduates of the School are In cowtaut
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re prepared to recelro State Certificate on
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