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LEE TEDTSCH-AT THE NEW STORE
And a Few of the Nice Tilings You Cam
The newest effects in soft and beautiful shad
ings for Kimonas, Sacques and wrappers, special,
xac per yard.
25 Doz. New Black Mercerized Underskirts,
Heavy double ruffle effect, looks like silk, wears a
hundred per cent better, worth $1.75, special, $1.5.
FRENCH NOVELTY WAISTINGS
Silk and wool mixtures in the handsomest com
binations and patterns ever manufactured, now dis
played in our new salesroom, at prices ranging from
. 25c to pi per yara.
Pedestrian, Rainy Day, rancy Dress Skirtings.
You -will find them all at our store.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1902.
J. A. Howard, tarm loanB.
dot clothing cleaned at Joergera.
Iranian's for cigars and tobacco.
ifflyu squaw gloves at Hawley Bros.
Ml kinds of Imported luncnes at
Save you visited the now store
Crawfish cook-J in white wino, and
ah crabs at Grate's.
Button's lco cream Is perfection.
bephono In your order.
Bee our today's ad for new fall
ars for ladies. Teutscn.
rinnA innr.hQR at Phlllio's rcatau-
it, opposite T&llman's drug store.
Ball. up 'phone main 105 for pure
Racial Ice. only piaco in town
cttn Ret it
Be still have a few fruit Jars left
ch we will let bo at cost The
list received a most beautiful line
QD-to-date white beaver street hats
(Tot weather has no terrors at the
den Rule basement, where good
blitz beer is on tap.
Muscat grapes, Crawford peaches,
ttormoiona, cantaloupes, tomatoes,
pet potatoes, at Hawley Bros.
Brand Labor dance! Tonight!
Dm 7 to 12. Music by Kirkman's
fenestra. IClne's Grove. Everybody
invited. Good order guaranteed.
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
peweler and Optician
Nut Door to B. Al.under
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Everything new to see at Teutsch's.
Clam and oyster cocktails at M.
Come and visit the new store.
Wanted A dining room girl. Apply
at this office.
Thirty gallons of nice fresh currants
at Hawley Bros.
Hazelwood Ice cream bricks at
Ward's. Just what you want for
All kinds jt city and country prop
erty for sale. Whom & Cook, room
10, Taylor building
Drop into the cool, comfortable
basement of the Golden Rule and en
joy a glass of Schlltz beer.
Picnic overy Sunday at Klne's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Kirkman's orchestra.
Picnic every Sunday at Klne's
grove. Dancing .begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Kirkman's orchestra.
Wanted A good, steady young
man, acquainted with the city, for
dellveryman. Inquire at this office.
Fruits, vegetables, nice spring
cickens only 25c, fresh ranch eggs,
20c, and fine creamery butter, at the
Commercial Association library
open from 2 to 5 p. m. All library
privileges 2G cents per month. R. S
Grand Labor dance! Tonight!
From 7 to 12. Music by Kirkman's
Orchestra. Kino's Grove. Everybody
is invited. Good order guaranteed.
Doctors predict considerable sick
ness of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool It with
pure artificial Ice. 'Phone main 105
D. H. McCarty will ship seven cars
of cattle from the W. & C. R. stock
yards this evening to Tacoma. They
will be billed to the Pacific Meat
Miss Agnes Dunbar, the elocution
iBt. has secured a studio 'In the East
Oregonlan building and will be ready
to give lessons by the first of the'
month. Rooms 5, 6 and 7.
Having purchased the Pendleton
Soda Works, located under tho Hotel
St. George,, of J.W. Willingham & Co.
I will be pleased to supply their pa
trons with soda water and soft drinks
of all kinds. J. Marin.
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 ltidnoya 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 25c aud 50c.
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
Lost One black ollk glove. Kindly
return to' E. O. office Reward.
Dr. C. J. Smith reports the birth
this morning of a girl to Mr. and Mrs.'
Oeorgo Ernst of this city.
For Sale Boarding house with 19
rooms. Centrally located. A bargain.
E. D. Boyd, 111 Court street
Damon lodge, No. 4, Knights of
Pythias, will meet this evening In
regular session. All members re
quested to be present Business of
Several carloads of beef cows and
ste3rs will be shipped via tho W. &
C. R. and N. P. lines this evening by
F. P. Ball. The lot will consist of 150
head and are billed to Frye, Bruhn &
Co., at Seattle.
Lost A Scotch Collie dog. She has
small white spot on back of neck. An
swers to the name of "Beauty." A
suitable reward will be paid for infor
mation as to where Bhe can bo found
or the return to my ranch on McKay
creek. H. A. Faxon.
OU ARE TANNED
Dust and hot sun would harm almost, any complex
ion. Tan, sunburn and roughness of all kinds are
speedily cured by using
UNJE NUT CREAM
Directions on package how to use. Very simple. A
25-cent bottle of Pine Nut Cream, a so-cent ComDlexion
Brush and a good cake of soap (we suggest Dr, Oliver's
Skin Soap) applied as directed on bottle will improve
your complexion greatly.
lOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
fSteps from Main St. Toward tie Court House
UMA BODA, So.
Farmers and Union Laborers Unite at
Walla Walla In a Great Holiday.
Walla Walla. Wash.. Sept. 1.
"Straw day" a new holiday, and La
bor day, a fitting recognition to organ
ized labor In this country, aro being
Jointly celebrated here today, for the
first time in the history of the city.
Never before has organized labor
beon .strong enough to claim recognl
tioni and but once before have the
farmers made any pretentions of no
ticing the day when the roads are to
bo treated with straw, and that was
rather informal. Today all parts of
the county are represented and hun
dreds of people from city ana coun
try are Joining hands In a common
At 10 o'clock most of tho business
houses closed and tho banks and pub
lic 'offices did not open at all. At 1
o'clock the labor unions formed a
parade at Main and First, while at
tho court house gathered scores of
farmers with teams hitched to loads
of straw, the wagons also carrying
large loads of people who wanted to
be In the unique parade. The labor
unions formed with the Walla Walla
band in the lead and after marching
a few blocks picked up the straw vet
erans and their friends, thence pass
ing through Main street and to the
grounds. The parade was the most
unique in the history of Walla Walla.
At the grounds this afternoon a pro
gram of speeches and music, with a
splendid barbecue dinner, entertain
ed the people, and tonight the labor
union will give a dance at the hall
corner of Main and First streets.
The feature of the day's enjoyment
will be the final awarding of prizes
to parties who have scattered straw,
but the task will be a hard one, and
may not be completed until tomor
row. Prizes ranging in value from a
dollar to perhaps $25 or $50.
Walla Walla, Wash., Sept. l.Depu
ty Sheriff Painter arrived today from
Pocatello, Idaho, whore he went a
few days ago in Bearch of A. Hoeber,
wanted In this city for obtaining
money under false pretenses. Mr.
Painter found his man, arrested him
and landed him in the county Jail to
await trial here. He is also wanted
by the Idaho officials, but they will
have a second chance at him.
A few weeks ago Hoeber appeared
in this city and representing himself
as tho agent of the Continental To
bacco Co., contracted several debts.
He issued checks against the com
pany which in most cases were al
ways, .dishonored. A complaint was
made, a warrant issued and Dep
uty Painter started in pursuit a few
days ago. Hoeber Is a very smooth
man, and the outcome of his case here
win be watched with Interest.
A Bad Accident.
Amallo Schuler, the 10-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tost Schu
ler, met with a serious accident Sat
urday afternoon. The Schuler family
live over the Crane saloon and
dumb waiter is UBed to pass meals to
the men working down in the bar
room. Tho little girl was sending
dinner down to the bartender when
Bhe lost her balance and fell through
the shaft to the floor below, a dis
tan co of 20 feet. One bone of the
spine was fractured, and the skull
crushed. She is still alive and strong
hopes are -entertained for her recovery.
A Local Poet
Pendleton now has a citizen-poet
of considerable prominence in the per
son of Miss Agnes Dunbar. She has
written a large collection of poems
and many of them are pronounced
gems or literature. Bast Oregonlan
publishes a poem by the young lady
today. Miss Dunbar Is also an elo
cutionist of note. She is a graduate
from Cooper's School of Acting and
Elocution, of San Francisco, and has
taught elocution in the cities and
towns of the Pacific coast. She will
open a school of elocution in the East
Oregonlan building tomorrow.
Wanted A first-cIasB stenographer
and typewriter. Steady employment
to right person. Adress Box 105, Pen
dleton. Oregon, giving experience,
It Pays to Trade at tie Peoples Warehouse. -
Children's School Hose, Nice
Heavy Quality," all Sises, per
Children's Union Suits, just
the Right Weight for this Sea
son the year, per suit
Children's Vest and Pants,
Fleece Lined, Medium Weight,
Best Value in the City, all
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
AGENTS BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS
Straved. from Helix, Oregon, two
3-year-old" colts, had halters on and
were tied together when they left
Helix. Both have white spot In face
and branded "N. C." on left stifle,
Will give reward for return of said
animals or Information leading to re
covery of same.
D. B. RICHARDSON,
J. M. Spence. better known to
Athena people as "E. O." Spence, has
quit selling farm Implements and on
September 1 will be In the harness
again for the Pendleton paper. Spence
was never cut out for a farmer, any
way. He is as much out of line outside
a prlntshop as a drunk slwash is
when ho tries to walk the chalk line.
The genial Spence will be with us in
a few days. Athena. Press.
Those wishing to while away the
long evenings are extended a cordial
Invitation to call at the music ware
rooms of S. L. Wakefield & Co., Court
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TOILET SOAP SALE
Another large shipment received.
Fine Cast lies
2c, So, 6c, 8c and 10c a bar.
We have also tho famous Curative
Skin at 10c u bar. Try us for Soup.
School Book Supplies
We have a complete line of Public
aud High School Books, Pendleton
and St. Joseph's Academy Hooks and
Supplies. Wo are not undcrHold on
tuese goods. Low prices reign here.
Horo 1b an idea ihut may
not havo come to you:
Why hoatyour home 000k
ing meals ?
Just take your meals dur
ing the summer at the
You'll enjoyjour cooking
and the cuisine sorvod.
The French Restaurant
GUB LA FONTAINE, Prop.
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Trade Marks and Coprrlihts
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Telephone Main. 4.
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PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fark and Washington Streets A. P. Armstrong, hh. O., Prlndpsj
Come and get our prices on
The new stock of Fall Furniture is now in and includes
all the modern ideas of the East, West, North am) South,
so you have a co-riplete assortment to select from. We
keep our promise to save you money on Furniture, Car
pets, Stoves, Ranges and Household Furnishiugs,
BAKER & FOLSOM,
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salary and references.
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