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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1902)
EE TEUTSCH-AT THE NEW STORE
And a Few of the Nice Things Yotf Can
The newest effects in soft and beautiful shad
ings for Kimonas, Sacques and wrappers, special,
I2c 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, 1.25.
JCH 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 $1 per yard.
Pedestrian, Rainy Day, Fancy Dress Skirtings.
You will find them all at our store.
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
Latest stylo patterns for tall suits
and trousers nt Solbort & Shulr.
Rohrman will supply you with
peaches at $1.25 per box.
Picnic every Sunday at Klne's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Klrkman'a orchestra.
The biggest assortment of Jardl
nlers ever shown in Pendleton, will
arrive next week at Uohrman's.
Peaches $1.25 per box.
The smoko damaged goods salo at
the Boston store commences tomor
row and will continue for 30 days.
Some rare bargains are promised
those who attend the sole.
A marriage license was Issued this
afternoon to Thomas B. Slmonton and
Iva May Ogle. The groom-to-be Is a
prominent stockman of Gurdane, and
the bride is n resident of the east end
of the county.
HOOBER HELD IN IDAHO.
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Y, SEPTEMBER 4, 1902.
J3fcward. farm loans.
w lng cleaned at Joerger's.
Si for cigars and tobacco.
layfuaw gloves at Hawley Bros
fl$Sififl of Imported lunches
-A dining room girl. Apply
du vls.tcd the new store
cook. J In white wine, and
bs at Gratz's.
ice cream is perfection.
In your order.
today's ad for new fall
inches at Phillip's restau
Dsito Tallman's drug store,
'phone main 105 for pure
lice. Only place In town
ceived a most beautiful line
ite white beaver street hats
Bather has no terrors at the
itule basement, where good
eer is on tap.
: grapes, Crawford peaches.
Hums, canteloupes, bananas,
ptatoes and celery nt Hawley
ireial Association library
m 2 to b p. m. All library
s 25 cents Der month. R. H.
yes, and. will go in an
other way-when the pub
lic learns our prices.
These Clocks are beautiful
in iinish, handsome In ap
pearance and guaranteed
Kaccurate time keepers.
jviann uiockb, full uicle
Bplate, 75c to $2.50.
LWall Clocks, attractive
FcaBes. 5.60 to S10.
i'HIiolf ('!!. . 11 j I
' " UittUt) auu
juauiie uiockb, very orna
E mental, latest designs, 6
IO f IB.
eweler and Optician
Next Door to R. Alexander
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh
Everything new to see at Teutsch's
Clam and oyster cocktails at M
Nabisco wafers In all flavors at
25c buys a regular 45c box of fancy
stationery at Nolf's.
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Ilihorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building
We still have a few fruit Jars left
hlch we will let go at cost. The
Drop Into the cool, comfortable
basement of the Golden Rule and en
Joy a glass of Schlltz beer.
For Sale Boarding house with 19
rooms. Centrally located. A bargain.
E. D. Boyd, 111 Court otreet
Picnic overy Sunday at Klne's
grove. Dancing begins at 2 o'clock.
Music by Klrkman'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
Don't forget the dance at Armory
hall Saturday night. Good Music and
a good time assured all who attend,
Gentlemen 75 cents, ladles free.
Doctors predict considerable sick
ness of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool it with
pure artificial ice. 'Phone main 105.
Those desiring to take lessons In
elocution, voice culture, etc., will
please call at Miss Agnes Dunbar's
studio, room 5, E. O. building. Pri
vate or class lessons.
wanted A first-class stenographer
and typewriter. Steady employment
to right person. Adiess Box 105, Pen
dleton, Oregon, giving experience.
salary and references.
W. F. Tnylor Wednesday lost some
where on the streets of Pendleton a
wheat tryer or tester and is offering
a reward in the classified columns of
the East Oregonlan for the return of
Alexander's Department store has a
beautiful display of fur novelties in
the center window. The line shown
Is a drummer's sample stock of the
new things of the season. The win
dow is very artistically arranced.
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 25c ad 50c.
For sale by Tollman & Co., sole
The Walla Walla Forger Held
Boise for Writing Bogus Checks.
Deputy Sheriff Painter, of Walla
Walla county, passed through town
last evening on his way home from
Pocatcllo, whero he went to arrest A.
Hoober, wanted In the Inland Empire
town for forcing chocks and obtain
ing money under false pretense.
Deputy Painter landed Hoober In
Jail, but ho was not permitted to
bring the forger back with him as he
was wanted in Boise for the same
kind of crime which he committed in
Walla Walla. After Hoober was
landed in the Pocatello Jail ho at
tempted suicide but did not succeed
He kept a small pocket knife con(
cealed about him while being search
ed, and after being left in the cell
Monday night he made a desperate
effort to end his life by stabbing him
self around the heart several times,
Why Hoober did not succeed in his
attempt is not known. When the
deputy went to the jail next morning
he found Hoober In a bleeding con
dition and six separate wounds in the
region of the heart. The wounds
were all shallow and nothing but flesh
wounds, so that Hoober will not suf
fer much inconvenience from them
unless blood poisoning or some other
complication should set in.
There nre things that only a doctor
can successfully accomplish, and
there are other things which the phy
sician may safely relegate to a compe
"I understand- the doctor has Just
been to see your husband, Mrs. Mc
Carthy," said Mr. McCarthy's employ
er. "Has be made a diagnosis"
For a moment Mrs. McCarthy was
submerged In a sea of doubt, but she
"No, sorr," she said confidently, "he
left it to me, him saying I was well
able to do it, forr. It's to be made
wld Unseed on a shtout muslin, sorr."
"Why, yes, I have seen a good deal of
Tom Robinson recently. Fact is, he's
one or the most entertaining men I
ever met Really, I didu't know there
was so much lu him. He's positively
brilliant when you get him talking.
Most delightful companion and so hos
"I see. Which of Robinson's sisters
is it the little one with the black hair
or the tall bloud one?"
"It's the little one with the black
rOU ARE TANNED
Dust and hot sun would harm almost any complex
ion. Tan, sunburn and roughness of all kinds are
speedily cured by using
TNJS NUT CREAM
Directions on package how to use. Very simple. A
25-cent 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.
:OEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Steps from Main St. Toward the Coart Hoase
DMA SODA, So.
A KU and a Snap. "'
In 1837 Mr. Thomas Saverland
brought an action against Miss Caro
line Newton, who had bitten a piece out
of bis nose for his having tried to kiss
her by way of a Joke. The defendant
was acquitted, and the Judge laid dowu
that "when a man kisses a woman
against her will she is fully entitled to
bite his nose if she so pleases." "The
Kiss and Its History." jlr),r
'You uuderstaud, of course,.that my
aauguter Has been reared in the lap of
"Why, she told me last night that
mine was the first er, that is, I hope,
sir, that I may be able to make such
provision as to keep her from pining
for the lap you mention." Chicago
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
. " ' " .....
' Children's School Hose, Nice
Heavy Quality, all Ses, per fn
Children's Union Suits, just
the Right Weight for this Sea- JZp
son the year, per suit . . -wv
Children's Vest and Pants,
Fleece Lined, Medium Weight,
Best Value in the City, all C
Sises, each . .
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The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
AGENTS BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS
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"Vm Oie Cut."
An aged country rector who had an
old tnilor as his clerk, returning from
bis church one Sunday with the latter,
thus addressed hits:
"Thomas, I cannot t tea? Ql
that our church should be wtllng -feigner
and thinner, for I aw sure I preach
as well us ever I did and ought to have
far more experience than I bad when I
first came among you."
"Indeed." replied Thomas. "I'll tell
you what; old parsons nowadays are
Just like old tailors, for I'm sure I sew
as well as ever I did In my life, and the
cloth Is the same, but it's the cut, sir,
nhl lt' the new cut" Pearson's.
Dloirenea and Uoki.
Diogenes died from tlte bltu of u dog,
and his last request o the neighbors
was that they throw bis body Into the
alley for the dogs to tat, tint they re
fused to do so and gave hlni a noble
funeral and erected a monument In his
honor, upon which was carved the fig
ure of a dog, the symbol of his life.
Horo is an idea that may
not havo oomo to you:
Why heatyour homo pnnk
Another large shipment received
On Q.. r,. u . . .. .1 m,. .. 1
We have also the famous Curative
HKin at 100 a bar. Try us for Soap.
The Same Old Climate.
"Is not your climate rather changea
ble?" asked the tourist.
"No, it isn't," answered the old set
tler who always contradicts. "If it
was, don't you suppose we'd have
changed it for something else years
ago?" Washington Star.
A Modest Thespian.
Brlggs-That fool Btephlgh considers
himself the greatest actor on earth.
Benson Is that so? He's getting
strangely modest. lie used to consider
himself the greatest actor that ever
Jester Poor old Skinflint has bis
Jlmson What! Why, he's making
barrels and barrels of money.
Jester I know, but the price of bar
rels has gone up. Boston Post
School Book Supplies
We have a complete line of Public
and High School Hooks, Pendleton
and St. Joseph's Academy Hooks ami
nuppues. wo are not undersold on
tnese goods. Jjow prices reign here.
"It is a wise guy who does not
monkey with his destiny."
School Books and School Supplies
Just tako yonr moalcl
Ing tho summor at tL-
You'll onjoy our cooking
and the oulsine served. '
The French Restaurant
0 US LA KONTAINK, Prop.
Telephone Main 4.
Never tell a man that he has made a
fool of himself. If he knows it, he will
get angry-and he will get angry also
ir tie aoesn't know it
Bo natural. A poor diamond is let
ter than a good Imitation. Boston Herald.
Army grasshoppers pre reported to
he destroying, everything In stent at
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IS OUR MOTTO
Btiict adhcrenca t H eaablcs ma U eulify willing workers to rendca
aperlor service aa bookkeepers and UOfraphirs. Our Initructloa -untun-lly
thorough a fact so wldtly kaowa that reputation loo bring
moat of our (tudenta. Q llty al yt connU. itxtmlnt Into m
f-cilitle better now ta arar War. Idntrioj, willing atudaaU wukm
rapid advancement la all atadlaa Ufcem. Call, or writ for oar catalogs
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
rark and Washington Street ,JL P. Armstrong, 1,1 ., rrlndpaj
Come and get our prices 011
The new stock of Fall Furniture is now in and includes
all the modern ideas of the Kant, West, North and South,
so you have a complete assortment to select from. We
keep our promise to save you money on Furniture, Car
pets, Stoves, Ranges and Household Furnishings.
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next to Postofiloe.
.Brownsville,.. . j.u .
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