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II HEW ICE PLANT
LEE TEUTSCH S
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
Our new store is now in readiness for fall business. We
fully appreciate the liberal patronage of the people in the past
two months, which has enabled us to almost completely dis
pose of our summer wares.
We are now prepared to show you
OUR BIG NEW STORE
Filled with a Nice New Line of
New Fall Fabrics
"Everything in Dress Goods and Waisting for fall wear.
Come and see while the assortment is large. Many excellent
offers just now. Fine styles. Good materials. Exceedingly
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1902.
3. A. Howard, farm loans.
Get clothing cleaned at Joerger's.
Hlyu squaw gloves at Hawley Bros.
All kinds ol Imported lunches at
Torchon laces, pretty patterns. Be
Crawfish cook-J in white wine, and
fresh crabs at Oratz's.
Dutton's Ice cream, is perfection.
telephone in your order. .
Wanted A pantry girl at the Royal
Restaurant, 1509 Main street.
Flannelettes, a 1)ig line and with
, large variety for fall. Teutsch.
Oood lunches at Phillip's reatau-
lunt, opposite Tallinn's store.
flail un 'nhone main lOu Pure
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commercial Association library
A classified advertisement in the
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco.
Come and visit the new store.
Crawfish cooked to order at
Thirty gallons of nice fresh currants
at Hawley Bros.
Let us supply you with baking of all
kinds. Hawley Bros.
"Wanted A good girl to do general
housework in small family. Call at
Fine stationery, "Astoria," Gold
stone," "Billett," "Commercial," etc.,
We still have a few fruit Jars left
v.hlch wo will let go at cost. The
Just received a most beautiful line
of up-to-date white beaver street hats
t Mrs. Campbell's.
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Bihorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building
Drop into the cool, comfortable
basement of the Golden Rule and en-
PENDLETON WILL HAVE ONE
READY FOR NEXT SEASON,
Do you need any col
ored glasses, goggles,
eye 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
Jeweler and ' Opticia n
Next Door to R. Alexander
it will cost $ie,ooo and Will Have a
Large Capacity Looking to the
Future Growth of the City City
Already Uses Ten Tons a Day.
Pendleton is to have a 15-ton-dally
capacity ice plant in operation by the
opening of the Ice season of 1903.
J. F. Ross, who has been shipping
ico Into Pendleton for the past
several years and disposing of it at
retail, has concluded that an ice plant
will pay hero and has now decided
to erect a plant with cold storage In
The plant is to be put in at a cost
of $16,000 and Is to be up-to-date and
sencond to none in the West as far
as modern apparatus Is concerned.
The exact location for the plant
has not been selected yet. but sev
eral places are In view In the west
end of town.
In addition to the ice manufactur
ing plant a large cold storage plant
will be built in connection. This will
be modern and up-to-date. Instead of
having to keep perishable fruits and
vegetables cool with ice this will be
done in the new plant with chemic
als. In the past the merchants and
business men handling perishable
stuff have been at a great disadvan
tage because no adequate place has
been in the town where such stuff
could be stored and kept frozen or
even cold to any great extent. With
the new plant this difficulty will be
done away with and any amount of
perishable stuff can be stored at a
very small cost.
While Mr. Ross does not expect
that the whole capacity output of his
Ice plant will be used in Pendleton he
says he will put in a plant above the
needs at present and his will fill the
demands of the town for many years.
He is confident of Pendleton's future
growth and believes in having ample
busines in his line to handle all the
demands for years to come instead
of just building to the actual needs
and wi'hin a lew years having to re
construct to keep up with the growth.
At the present time Mr. Ross ships
in ice from Tacoma. His freight bill
is $3000 annually and at Uuj price he
pays for it at the source of supply
he is unable to compete with the
price of natural ice, which is on the
market. With the new plant he can
compete with them either at whole
sale or retail and the ice which comes
from an ice plant wjjl be perfectly
The process of making artificial ice
Inv ii W tfnhlltS! M-5i.
Fruits, vegetables, nice npliagl ne of "le ar ?c
clckens only 25c, fresh fanch eggs.
20c, and fine creamery butter, at the
Doctors predict considerable sfc"&
nesB of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool it with
pure artificial ice. 'Phone main 106,
Wanted A first-class stenographer
and typewriter.. Steady employment
to right person. Adress Box 105, Pen
dleton, Oregon, giving experience,
salary and references
Miss Agnes Dunbar, the elocution
1st, has secured a studio In the East
Oregonian building and will be ready
to give lessons by the first of the
month. Rooms 5. 6 and 7.
Otis A. Smith is in town on his way
to Huntington, where he goes to take
the place of cashier for the O. R. &
N. Company, Mr. Smith has given
up the idea of going to Shanghai foi
At bedtime I take a pleasant herb
drink, the next morning I feel bright
and my complexion is better. My
doctor says that it ucts 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 Lanes Medicine,
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowols each day. Price 25c aud EOc.
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
lauen trom u'
fiui win hp found in
u f friie water will perhaps be
-"J .... 1.. f
ue regular uuy Duping m
'nd will be as pure as
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.YfVfu V ,rKl" trough cal
distilled and filtered throuuh a
then boiled and renUercd . rt,
sponge filter. When this Is dO
ice manufactured is much nior,
wholesome than natural ice anu' ,B
Pendleton now uses about 10 tont"1
of Ice daily. With a plant of 15 tons
capacity there will be no excuse I
Pendleton people not drinking cold
water and keeping their drinks cool
in the future.
vvuik win commence on tue new
plant directly after the first of the
year. The contract has already been
lei 10 a. ivuiiKei & uo. lor the ma
On the last Saturday of this month, August 30. This is our last say.
stock of Summer Goods, Lawns, Batistes and Dimities will bo
divided into three pricos:
8$c, 10c 12c Summer Wash Goods, per yard, 5c
15c, 20c, 25c Summor Wash Goods, per yard, iOc.
30c, 35c, 50c, 75c Summer Wash Goods, per yard, 25c
SEEING IS BELIEVING
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1902
Summer Underwear at closing prices.
Shirt Waists, only 10 dozen to seleot from, less than half price.
v Summer Skirts, Summor Suits, all slaughtered
Must make room for the greatest stock of Fall and Winter Goods ever .shown
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
At tne pariors qc tne iTencn res
taurant, Claude Sloan and Miss Beda
Atkinson were united in marriage
bunday morning at 9 o'clock, Rev. R
w. King officiating. Mr. and Mrs
Sloan are both prominent at Echo.
wliere they have made their home,
They will reside at that place.
T IW I VRT is a very unpleasant little crea
. vv ture to have in the house. This I
is the time of the year for them to appear. Use some- I
thing to keep them TYCCTrDWT7D I
away. Our Bedbug iHw 1 JCVV I HlV I
will 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
65 Steps fro4 Main St Toward the Court House
UMA SODA, So.
Firemen Had Busy Time This Morn
ing on Main Street
Members of. the fire department
under the direction of Chief Still
man, were busy this morning testing
a new batch of hose just received by
tne city lire department.
The new consignment of 1C00 feet
800 from the Boston Belting Compa
ny, and 800 from the Boston Woven
Hose and Rubber Company. The
tests were made by means of a hy
draulic pump with pressure gauge,
which was turned on with a force of
350 pounds to the square Inch in the
test of the hose from the Boston
Belting Company, and 400 pounds In
that of the Woven Hose people.
'rno nrst piece of hose tested was
one from the Woven Hose Company,
and burst at 375 pounds pressure, on
account of a quantity of air being left
In the hose when the pressure was
put on. This air heated and softened
the rubber in the hose to such an ex
tent that it could not withstand the
strain put upon it. The second sec
tion stood all right, however, and the
hose was passed.
A delay was caused by the break
ing of the connection" between the
hydraulic pump anil. the hose with a
bit of cotton tubing burst from the
high pressure, and it was some time
before the tests could bo resumed,
Brinks -The world has a place for
everybody. Winks Yes; the only
trouble Is there's generally somebody
elte In it, Town and Country.
Tommy Where you goin', Jimmy?
Jimmy Sunday school.
Tommy Dug yer bait yet? De
WIDOWS IN IDAHO.
Law Exempts Them From Taxation
and One County Is Overrun.
The assessor's returns sometimes
show very peculiar conditions.
An inspection of the abstracts sent
to the state auditor discloses the fact
that under the state law ?308,000
worth of property has been exempted
rnm nvntlrm liv what is called the
widow aot, Widows who are unable
to pay their taxes in tills stato
exempt when a proper showing Is
The amount Is largo, but the
strnne Mature is that $105,000 or
more "than one-third of it Is found in
the single county of Idaho. The idea
suggests that many of Idaho county's
. i,. n fur Tipnrnv uum
-ip of Thunder Mountain. Klthor
?? or else Idaho county is a sort of
,, -a' haven; a kind or widows'
rusort.- -1Joise Statesman.
Wheat Field Fire.
. nod in the field of Louis
A fire occu . ,ll0B southeast or
Anderson, two ,n0rning and before
Cayuse, Sunday 1ed lmu totally do
the blaze was choc. standing grain,
stroyed CO acres ot nrn iiaa not
The exact cause of th. cunnosed to
been learned, but It is r traction
have caught from a passlu, n saving
engine. Difficulty was had K royed.
much more grain than was desi
MONDAY, AUG. 25-
New edition White House
Cook Book, sold by agents at
$2,50, hero one day only, 89c.
TUESDAY, AUG. 20
Crystal Crepe Papor, 5c a
roll, rolls to a customer.)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27
Glycerine Soap, the
large size, 7c.
THURSDAY, AUG. 28-
100 Visiting Cards, printed
with latest type, 38c.
FRIDAY, AUG. 29
Any Paper Pattern in the
house for 2c.'
Hero is an idoa that may
not have oomo to yon:
Why hoat your home 000k
ing meals ?
Just take your meals dur
ing the summer at tho
You'll onjoy our oooking
and tho ouisino served..
The French Restaurant
GUS LA FONTAINE, Prop.
School liooks and School Supplies
Telephone Main 4.
bles ui to qualify willing workers to rendu
Strict adherence Id It en-. ,, ..,,, n,,- 1.
uperior service on bookkeeper that rcputaton u,0e Mav9
u. nusually thortniKh a fact so wide! kUQ .
Uj most of our btudenU. Quality alwayd (ouuta. fexaihlue) liilo ouV
facil Hies better now than ever belore. Industrious, willing students make
rapid advancement In all studies taken. Call, or write for our catalogue.
Park and Washington Streets
A. P. Armstrong, IJ,. U., Princlp
GRAND PICNIC AT KINE'S GROVE
Dancing begins Suna'ay at 2 p. m. Admission to dancing plat
form 25 cents; laJ's free, Busstls to and from the
groun ds day arm night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS', The tfrove can ba an r
picnic parties bv arnilm'ne to PETRft. rmttw a? ni j'J
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