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im officers have no clueL 1 I
o .r new store is now in readiness for fall business. We
months, which has enabled us to almost completely dis-
of our summer wares.
Vc are now prepared to show you
IUR BIG NEW STORE
Filled with a Nice New Line of
ew Fall Fabrics
Everything in Dress Goods and Waisting for fall wear.
ie and see while the assortment is large. Many excellent
Irs just now. .fine styles, uooa materials. .Exceedingly
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
NO TRACE YET FOUND OF
CDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1902
Howard, tarm loanB.
clothing cleaned at Joerger's.
iuman's for cigars and tobacco.
Byu squaw gloves at Hawley Bros.
kind3 ol imported lunches at
gallons of nice fresh currants
ichon laces, pretty patterns, 5c,
awfish cook -J in white wine, and
crabs at Gratz's.
Btton's ice cream is perfection.1
Iphone in your order.
lanted A pantry girl at the Royal
aurant, U09 Main, street.
innelettes. a big line and wltn
variety for fall. TeutBcn.
DOd lunches at pminp-B resiau-
opposite Tallman's drug store.
1 up 'phone main 105 for pure
Icial ice. Only place in town
at weather has no terrors at the
Rule basement, where good
beer is on tap.
iscat grapes, Crawford peaches,
termelons, cantaloupes, tomatoes,
eet potatoes, at Hawley Bros.
Sommerclal Association library
en from 2 to 5 p. m. All library
ivileges 25 cents per month. R. S.
woman wants work by the day
week and is using the classified
lumns of the East Oregonian to
lue her wants known.
CMiss Agnes Dunbar, the elocution-
has secured a studio in the East
regonian building and will be ready
give lessons by the first of the
Bonth. Rooms 5, G and 7.
Jacob Marin has purchased the
ioda and mineral water plant and
lualness of J. W. Wllllngham, locat-
in the basement of Hotel St.
Beorge. Mr. Mann will remove the
plant and business to the location of
present works, on Court street.
Men Who Robbed Saloon and Shot
Deputy Sheriff Seem to Have Dis
appeared From Face of the Earth.
To date no trace has been found
of the robbers who held up Keyes'
saloon at Freewater, and afterward
shot Deputy Sheriff Ritchie. They
have so far as the officers of the law
are at present aware, disappeared
completely from the face of the
Sheriff Taylor stated today. In re
sponse to a request for Information,
that nothing new had been learned of
the whereabouts bf the robbers since
their fight with the deputy and
escape on his horse. As soon as any
clew Is received the officers will
again take up the chase but at pres
ent there Is not the slightest clew up
on which to base operations.
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 Opfcicta. n
Next Door to R. Alexander
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Come and visit the new store.
Crawfish cooked to order at
Let us supply you with baking of. all
kinds. Hawley Bros.
Hazelwood ice cream bricks at
Ward's. Just what you want for a
We still have a few fruit jars left
vhlch we will let go at cost. The
Just received a most beautiful line
of up-to-date white beaver street hats
t Mrs. Campbell'B.
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Rihorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building
Drop Into the cool, comfortable
basement of the Golden Rule and en
Joy a glass of Schlltz beer.
Wanted A good, steady young
man, acquainted with the city, for
dellveryman. Inquire at this office.
Fruits, vegetables, nice spring
clckens only 25c, Iresh ranch eggs,
20c, and fine creamery butter, at the
Doctors predict considerable sick
ness of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool it with
pure artificial ice. 'Phone main 105.
Wanted A first-class stenographer
and typewriter. Steady employment
to right person. Adress Box 105, Pen
dleton, Oregon, giving experience,
salary and references.
Tl.e homliest man in Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others,
are invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedv that is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs
asthma, bronchitis and consumption
Price 25c and 50c. For sale by Tall
man & Co., sole agents.
A representative of the celebrated
tailoring firm of Lamm & Co., of Chi
cago, will be at Alexander's Depart
ment store Friday and Saturday of
this week to take orders for tailor
made clothing. A complete line of
the chic fall and winter woolens in
the piece will be displayed and an
opportunity to study the elite styles
of the East will be offered. Full par
ticulars will be found in the display
advertisement in this issue.
WILL NOT CLOSE EARLY.
Merchants Clerks Abandon the Plan
for a Time Labor Day.
here will be no early closing in
augurated by the merchants of Pen
dleton the first of September. This
agreement has been made between
the clerks and merchants.
It was nnuouncd several days ago
that on and after the first of Septem
ber all stores would be closed at C
o'clock in the evening except Satur
day evenings. Now it has been de
cided not to close at this early dato,
and It Is not yet announced when the
early closing will be begun.
Will Not Celebrate Labor Day.
The local labor unions have decid
ed not to celebrate Labor day this
year. While perhaps mnny of the
members of the labor unions will ob
serve the occasion by not working,
no demonstration will bo made.
To Give Grand Ball.
Some time within tho near future
the local unions will give a grand
ball. The date has not been set for
this, but it will be in about twe
STEALING FROM TRAINS.
Sneak Thieves Now Working at La
Landlord Fisher of the Hotel Foley
received a message today from S. P,
Hammill, a commercial traveller, to
spare no pains in the recovery of a
small telescope, containing pictures
etc., which was stolen from the late
west bound train at La Grande. Mr.
Hammill left on the train for Pendle
ton and it is supposed that his grip
was swiped from the train at this
point. Only a few nights ago a valise
was stolen from the train here, and
it appears that there is some one who
is making a regular business of this
kind of work. It is an easy matter
when the train is late to enter a coach
and pick almost anything that is in
sight. The conditions are such that
stealing is easy and. recovery is a
hard proposition. La Grande Chroni
Botha is to succeed Kruger as
ture leader of the Boers.
YOU ARE TANNED
"" Dust and hot sun would harm almost any complex
ion, lan, sunburn and
k speedily cured by using
JPXJm NUT CREAM
roughness of all kinds are
Directions on package how to use. Very simple. A
25-Cfcnt bottle of Pine Nut Cream, a 50-cent Complexion
Brush and a good cake of soap (we suggest Dr. Oliver's
Skin Soap) applied as directed on bottle will improve
your complexion greatly.
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
65 Steps from Main St. Toward the Court House
UMA SODA, 6a
Declare That People Scatter Tacks
on the Sidewalks and Spoil Tires.
Bicyclists are kicking because of
the playful habit of certain people In
this city of scattering quantities of
carpet tacks upon the sidewalks,
greatly to the detriment of the rub
ber tires of bicycles ridden over the
tack Infested portions of tho Bide-
There are several places in this
city, according to the statement of a
cyclist who has been up against
them, where the venturesome cyclist
who rides upon the sidewalk can be
morally certain that his tire will be
punctured before he has ridden half
According to the city ordinances
any cyclist who pays a license can
ride upon the walks of all but the
two main business streets and the
people who take out such a license
are kicking on account of having to
run the risks of losing their tires
after paying the ?3 required for walk
LOST HIS GRIP.
Drummer Victim of Sneak Thieves
on Passenger Train.
S. B. Hamiil is at Hotel Pendleton
mourning the loss of his grip which
contained nothing of value to any
one but himself. He is traveling for
Burley & Tyrrell, of Chicago, and his
lost grip contained his catalouges,
price lists, photographs and other
stuff pertaining to the introducing of
When Mr. Hamiil boarded the train
at La Grande yesterday morning, the
car was crowded and he had three
grips. He went through the car look
ing for a seat. He sat one of his
grips down to look through the car,
and when he turned round the grin
was gone. Every effort was made to
find what had become of it, but to
no avail. The police were notified
but they have not found, any trace of
it or the thief.
"The contents of the grip," said
Mr. Hamiil, "is worth nothing to any
one but me and to mo It is worth
$200 or $300, as it will be some time
before I can get it replaced, and in
the meantime I cannot do any work
with half the success I would if I had
Ten Thousand Dollars Is the
mate for the Late Fire,
Tho commercial department of tha
O. It. & N. has completed its esti
mate of the losses of the company
coming within the scope of Its de
partment, during the fire last Satur
day, and estimate the losses at $10,-000.
This includes the merchandise do
stroyed, lumber, fence posts, wire
etc., und has nothing to do with the
destruction of cars and other railway
property. There was a considerable
quantity of cordwood burned, thJs be
longing to private parties, but it has
not yet been determined whether the
railway will have to stand this loss.
Accused by A. D. Blue
Himself to Potatoes
Constable J. M. Bentley has Just
returned from Into the hills several
miles south of town where he went
to arrest William Camison, charged
with larceny. A. D. Blue is Cami
son'e prosecutor and he claims that
the accused stole some potatoes and
other stuff from him. Camison waB
turned loose on $100 cash ball for
his appearance in Justice courtlater.
On tho last Saturday of this month, August 30. This is our last say. Our
stock of Summer Goods, Lawns, Batistes and Dimities will bo
divided into threo prices:
Sc, 10c 12c Summer Wash Goods, per yard, 5c
15c, 20c, 25c Summer Wash Goods, per yard, tOc.
30c, 35c, 50c, 75c Suinmor Wash Goods, por yard, 25c
:-: :-: SEEING IS BELIEVING :-: :-:
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1902
Summer Underwear at closing prices.
Shirt Waists, only 10 dozen to soloct from, loss than half price.
Summer Skirts, Summer Suits, all slaughtered.
Must make room for the groatost stock of Fall and Winter Goods over shown
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Celebrated Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Davis Many Presents Re
ceived. The 25th wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Davis was cele
brated Tuesday at their home, 308
Lilleth street. Benjamin K. Davis,
their son, who Is employed in tho of
fice of the O. II. & N. at Portland,
canio up to attend the anniversary,
and Miss Cleo Beoler, of Wnitsburg,
who is a cousin of Mr. Davis, was
present These wore the only out- of
town guests. At noon a fine lunch
was spread for the family and In the
evening the members of tho Degreo
of which Mr, and Mrs. Davis both
belong, called in a body and the even
ing was pleasantly spent in various
ways of amusement. Refreshments
were also served in tho evening
Many beautiful presents wero re
ceived ly the host aim hostess and
tho Occasion will long he remembered
not only by Mr. and Mrs. D'VVis, but
by their many warm friends who
wero fortunate enough to bo present
MONDAY, AUQ. 25-
Nuw edition White House
Cook Book, sold by agents at
$2.50, here one day only, 89c.
Shatters All Recoil8,
Twice In hospital, F. A. GunJl Be'
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doc
tors to cure a Bevere case of piles,
causing 24 tumors. When all failed,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve soon cured
him. Subdues lniiammation, con
quers aches, kills pains. Best salve
in the world, 2Gc at Tallman & Co. 'a
TUESDAY, AUG. 26
Crystal Crepe Paper, 5c a
roll. (3 rolls to a customer.)
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27
Glycerine Soap, the 15c
large size, 7c.
THURSDAY, AUG. 28-
100 Visiting Cards, printed
with latest type, 38c.
Uoro is an Idou that may
not havo oomo to you:
Why boat your homo cook
Just tako your moala dur
ing tbo summor at tho
You'll onjoy our cooking
und tbo ouislho sorvod.
The French Restaurant
(JUB IjA FONTAINK, Prop.
FRIDAY, AUG. 29
Any Paper Pattern in the
house (or sc.-
La Grande and Pendleton.
La Grande and Pendleton.
La Grande and Pendleton.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
The Persian shah has left England
S TOR AGE,
School Books and Sclioo.1 Supplies
Telephone Main 4.
IS OUR MOTTO
Strict adherence to It enable u to qualify willing workers to rendet
superior eervlce aa bookkeeper and stenographers. Our instruction la
unusually thorough a fact so widely known that reputation alone brings
us most of our student. Quality alwaya count. Kxamlne into oai
facilities better now than eter before. Industrious, willing student task
rapid advancement iu all studies taken. Call, or writo for our catalogue.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Washington Street A. P. Armstrong, th. D Priucipaj
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OILS, AXLE GREASE
AND COMPOUND . .
I havo a full lino of oils, axle groaso and com
pound of tho highost quality, in quantities to
suit tho buyer. Examine my stock hoforo
Taylor, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street
This signature Is on erery box of too oaio
wo remeay inv