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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1902)
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AH Wool Waists,
iUt Vatee $1.25 and $1.35
AVER BROS' DRY G
OOPS CO. 1
Cash boxes, cork penholders,
stamping Ink, fancy hand mirrors.
Second hand Chapel Organ In first
class condition and good second-hand
piano for sale cheap, at S. L. Wake
field & Co.'s.
For Sale On the Luhr ranch, four
miles east of Pilot Rock, all the per
sonal property belonging to the estate
of John Luhr, deceased, consisting of
farm machinery and implements,
horses, sheep, cattle and hogs. Julia
I. Luhr, Pilot nock.
Forty carpenters wanted at once at
Weston, Oregon, to build houses,
many more will bo needed soon; It
Is estimated that 100 nev.- houses will
bo built this winter. The city of
Weston has offered as an Inducement
to get houses built, free water for 10
years for household purposes, houses
must be started before January 1 and
completed before April 1, 1903; vork
can be had all winter. Weston has
the only state normal school In East
orn Oregon und Is an educational
center. For information, address
Weston Improvement Co.
RAY SCOTT DEAD.
fey, OCTOBER 11, 1902.
yard, farm loans.
,'b clam chowder.
oysters at Castlo's.
J I. II," is the lateBt fad.
I. R." is the latest fad.
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winter Hiyjuu ai jusrgur o,
tbox, fine apples. St. Joe
Is best cane suger, $1.
Ids and lowest prices.
Eastern nnd Core oysters
will supply you with
I; $1.23 per box.
lods arriving dally and
than over at Rohrman's.
fese cooking at Phillips'
Everything tastes good.
fy made at the Delta has
us taste that is so pleas-
the goods nnd are mak-
Ithat will move them. St.
Id and Gold Medal butter,
in tho mar.set, at F. S.
b Tarn O'Shantor caps for
. Campbell's. Oh rfl
Icleaned and pressed by
.workmen. Prices reason-
mm mnrx wmmmr
i ,i t ;i n i f f v nil tqva
aces. Our repu-
' as well as that of
maKer is back of
M beauty are com-
ic our watches.
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Whitaker, tho dentist.
Oyster cocktails at Gratz's.
Olympla oysters at. Castle's.
The Delta candy is just right.
The "P. I. It." is the latest fad.
Ice cream and soda at The Delta.
Fine bee honey. St. Joe Store.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco,
Mercered Bweet potatoes. St. Joe
Attend our clothing sale. St. Joo
Hot Wienerwurst and saur kraut at
10c per can, sugar corn. St, Joe
Fresh mince meat at F. S. Younger
10c per enn, standard tomatoes.
St. Joo Store.
We are getting there with our low
prices. St. Joe Store.
For Rent Furnished rooms; No,
407 West Alta street.
WanteaV;Bell boy at Hotel Pendle
ton. Apply at hotel ofilce.
Heavy golf skirting, EC inches wide
98 cents a yard, at Teutsch's.
The best variety of vegetables und
fruits at F. S. Younger. & Son's.
Imported llmburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
Ice cream chocolates, a rare now
delicacy you should try. At Duttons.
Lost Watch fob, with initial D
Return to Hotel Pendleton. Reward.
Fall and winter styles await your
Inspection at Selbert & Schulz, tall
Cigars, tobacco and smokers' sup
plies at Jack Candlsh's, Patton's old
All kinds of cereals and breakfast
foods fresh end good at the Standard
You don't know what you are miss
ing unless you have used our bread.
10,000 dozen eggs wanted at -once
at F. S. Younger & Son's; 30 cents a
Light Brahma and Buff Cochin
chickens for sale at the .Standard
Grocery at the lowest market price.
Special for Friday and Saturday
only, all-wool waists, 98 cents, regu
lar value, $1.25 and $1.35, at
The Dally East Oregonian is on
sale lu Portland at the Rich news-
stand . In Hotel Perkins, and at the
Don't forget the dance to be given
Wednesday evening. Oct. 22, by Hose
Company No. 5, in the Music Hall.
Music will bo rendered by Klrkraan's
I have for sale pure bred Pekln
ducks, large Bize. Per pair, $2.50, per
trio, $3. Can deliver in renaieion
during October. Mrs. B. F. Raley,
y Not Continue
akinrr vni, v r.-.u . . i. . t. .i j ...i. :i
-o onil hhici uauia US yOU UIU WilllB U"
Ji-diion at the sea shnri ? Vmi ran Iiqvb Mm camR thine
pound of our Atlantic Citv Sea Salt will make two de-
... , uawia, cuuui 10 a sea uain.
imic uaui Drusnes, bath sponces. wash rat's, batli
'-ij'iiiiiit; inai neips to improve your Datn.
Passed Away This Morning at His
Home Near Hsllx.
Hells. Oct. 11. Ray Scott, 17 years
of age, was a healthy and robust
young man Friday morning and today
lies cold in death.
The young man said when be arose
Friday morning that he had a slight
cold, but gave no sign of feeling very
badly. During the forenoon no sua
denly became very sick and a doctor
was called in. but that dread disease
appendicitis, had gotten hold on him
and at an early hour this morning he
passed away after several hours of In
One thing that makes the death a
particularly sad one Is the fact that
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Scott, left here several days ago for
a visit to their old home in Missouri
and are there now unaware of their
son's death. Every effort has been
put forth to locate them by telegraph,
but up to noon the- efforts had proved
futile. They are perhaps in tne coun
try, several miles from any telegraph
station and may not be found for
several days. Young Scott was a
brother of Mrs. A. E. Mann, of Pen
dleton. No arrangements for the
funeral or burial have been made.
SENT TO THE PEST HOUSE.
Dave Edwards, Employed at Hunt's
Junction, Has Smallpox.
Dave Edwards, son of Rev. Jona
than Edwards, of this city, was taken
in charge today and ordered sent to
the pest house. He has a well devel
oped case of smallpox.
Edwards has been working for the
W. & C. R. company at Hunt's Junc
tion for the past several weeks and
has been quite sick, but did not know
what was the matter with him. To
day he came to town on the W. &
C. R. train and was standing around
the W. & C. R. depot until noticed
by someone, who notified the mar
shal. Dr. Smith was then called, and
the minute he saw Edwards he told
him that he had a well developed case
of smallpox. He was sent out to tho
pest house to keep company with a
negro, the only other case of the dis
ease In town. Tile negro was sent
"AD" WRITING CONTEST.
Edgar Smith Carries Off the Honors
and Receives Frazier's Cash Prize.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
STJITG aurxd. OVEBCOTG
Hart Schiff oer
I Lwd Tailored
Try thorn on, and noto
that wo give you BET
TER stylos than th0
tailors, as GOOD a (it
and at a PRICE that is
a big SAVING for you.
If you think you are ono
of those men who can't
get a READY MADE
SUIT to fit let us dis
abuse your mind of tho
Suits $5 to $30. Overcoats $5 to $30.
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
"BOSCO," THE OUTLAW.
Prize Offered for the Man Who Can
hide Famous Broncho,
J. J. York, Jr., and J. F. Suther
land are the promoters of a broncho-
breaking tournament, advertised for
Saturday and Sunday, which will tin
doubtedly prove much more exciting
and interesting than was held here
during the carnival. A cash purse of
$15 has been hung up for anyone who
can successfully ride "Bosco," the
Oregon outlaw. This feat must bo
accomplished with but a breast strap
and not full leather, says the Baker
Jesse Hart, Fred Cavin, Bob Gavin
smd Dutch Lease are the riders and
the boys say they will have upon hand
(he hardest horses to break upon tho
range. Twenty aulrnnls have been
rounded up and await their entree In
to the arena. The ball park has been
secured for the two days and accom
modations arranged for the vast
crowds that will undoubtedly (lock to
witness the exhibitions.
The broncho busters, who are home
me uuvensemenc writing contest rom La Grande where they rode be
NOLF'S MAMMOTH NOTION STORE
conducted by L. G. Frazier, the on
terprising proprietor of the stationery
and book store, closed yesterday and
the prize of ?2 was awarded to Ed
gar Smith. The prize winning adver
tisement is presented in this issue.
There was a large number of "ads"
prepared by school children submitted
to Mr. Frazier and a strange feature
is that all but one of them were writ
ten In rhyme, showing the trend of tho
minus ot the young lolks. The can!
talizatlon and punctuation in most of
the copy entered were correct which
rellects great credit on the instruct
ors in our schools.
Pierson vs. Hoon.
A. S. Pierson, the real estate deal
er of Freewuter, has filed a suit In
the district court for Umatilla county
against Jenison Hoon and John Hoon.
asking judgment in the sum of flti5
alleged as duo as commission for a
Monthly Medal Shoot.
Tomorrow Is the regular monthly
medal shoot of the Pendleton Sports
men s Ulub. The shoot will begin at
tho grounds of the club, orr the hill.
about 10 o'clock.
fore large crowds and returned with
fresh laurels, are rated among tho
most expert in tho country. They have
been raised upon the range and
know wild horses and their tricks.
For rent, at a low figure, 800 acres
pasture land In Umatilla county. Ap
ply to Charles Cardlnell, 453 12th
street, Portland, Or.
Ping Pong Pins io cents
Fancy Chocolate Cup and
Saucers 25, 29, 38 and 45c
Fancy Sewing Baskets
ioc to $3.95 on stand or
Toys and Dolls
A line not equalled in Eastern
Oregon. New iron banks,
iron toys, horns, etc. - -
Ostrich and Turkey Dust
ers ioc to $2.45, Scrub
Brushes 5, 10 and 15 cts.
Chair Seats 10 and 12 cts
Etc., Etc. - - - - -
Is always ready at our tables.
There is a variety of tempt
ing and excellent food on our
bill of fare. Everything is
served by courteous and at
WJK I. A KONTAJNK. Prop.
FREDERICK NOI.F, !CR0WNER BROS,
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS , Telephone Mrin 4.
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"All the King's Cattle."
King Edward of England has at
Sandrlnham one of the most complete
herds of shorthorns in Europe. It is
from this herd that many finely bred
animals are expected for exhibition
at the World's Fair. Senator Harris,
of Kansas, special livestock commis
sioner for the World's Fair, is now in
Europe for the purpose, among other
things, of securing a representative
exhibit from the king's herds. It is
said that the king's love of- finely
bred animals Is inherited from his
father whose chief diversion was the
breeding of high-grade stock.
All kinds 1
IS OUR MOTTO
Strict dhtrcscti U ft tnnhU m to qatJUj wlllldf worker t raaia
tuprior wrrlc aa btiMitfn bmA atoaogrraphai. Oar luitrittUoa fa
WHwaaBy Ctmrougfc fact to wlialy km ami UUtt repetition kIom Wttuji
us moct of out ttwUaU. Qaaiity iliyi copbU. UmdiIm lain ?
ftcUltlo better now tsaa mi Work. Jadwtriotu, willing itndtwU auk
nfUL adrancemeat Im all aU41a taka. Call, or writ for caur eatalatra
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fark and Wasblnfftoa 8txeeta A. V. AxauUeaic M frfaafa
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo QuIdIoo TaMeti. All
drugging relund the inoaejr it It falls to cure.
. W. Orovo'i ilgnaluie a ou each bot. Sic.
Where Whole Families are Shod.
Come and get our prices on
The now stock of Fall Furniture is now in and includes
all the modern ideas of the East, West, North and South,
so you have a complete assortment to select from. We
keep our promise to cave you mdney on Furniture, Car
pets, Stoves, Ranges and Household Furnishings,
BAKER & FOLSOM,
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