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. . comfort than a nice,
at8crw Mothlne- Is better than a
Irm DC" -
Lro fco't yof winter wraps, dresses,
part of them. Have you given your bed
Daght? ino, .
js coming ana pernaps you win neca
her core or two. Don't forget the Don
jiag is the Best. It Is better made,
t iiSitog. f hey are Heavier and warmer
jfyii any other. For sale by
St, OCTOBER IS. 1902.
irf, fnn loans.
i dim chowder.
isters .".t Castle's.
foullU at Teutech'B.
J growing for P. I. R.
fcinter styles at Joerger's.
Monte Carlo jackets.
atern and Core oysters
! Jlmburger and Swiss
riches at Qratz's.
Re cooking at Phillips'
I Everything tastes good.
od span of mules and
r cattle. A. W. Balslger,
i Tam O'Shantor caps for
Campbell's. Oh my!
ie for school.
Vlnter pasture for 12 or
attle. Call ou or address
sweet potatoes, chick-
at tne standard Gro-
wsh plan saves you
jcleaned and pressed br
I workmen. Prices reason
ed, cornor Holland and
October 18. from
1 10 p. m.. we will donate
to! our entire sales to the
' oa a strike In the an-
pa. The Peoples Ware-
Wm clocks can be
Med upon to awaken
ptinytime you desire
mwf by getting a
ttcWllOiaiis at a Inw
I6: -and lbsave time
15c H-25, $1.50 and
J00rto R. Alexander
Whltaker, the dentist.
Oyster cocktails at Gratx's.
Olympla oysters at Castle's.
The fad is growing for P. I. R.
The fad is growing for P. I. R.
Ice cream and soda at the Delta.
.The Delta for Ice cream and soda.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco.
Those rainy day skirts. Teutsch's.
Fresh mince meat at F. S. Younger
Fresh kraut at F. S. Younger &
Nice new line of ladles' fall waists.
For Itent Furnished rooms; No.
407 West Alta street
Fresh strawberries every week at
F. S. Younger & Son's.
The Delta's candy once tried, cre
ates a desire for more.
Full line of children's Plng-Pong
hats at Mrs. Campbell's.
Wanted Bell boy at Hotel Pendle
ton. Apply at hotel office.
New line doll go-carts, made of wire
and metal. Nolf's notion store.
Men's 'and joys' sweaters, new
shipment just in, at Baer & Daley's.
Born, at Nolln, Tuesday morning, to
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Whlttemore, a boy.
New goods arriving daily and
price lower than ever at Rohrman's.
Ice cream chocolates, a rare new
delicacy you should try. At Duttdns.
Fall and winter styles await your
inspection at Selbert & Schulz, tail
ors. Cigars, tobacco and smokers' sup
plies at Jack Candish's. Patton's old
You don't know what you are miss
ing unless you have used our bread.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Koplttke was made happy a few days
ago by the arrival of a baby girl.
The Dally East Oregonlan Is on
sale in Portland at the Rich news
stand lu 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 be rendered by Klrkman's
Wanted A room and board in pri
vate family. Call at 315 Court street.
Wanted Furnished or unfurnished
rooms or house for housekeeping. Call
at 315 Court street.
We have moved our wine and liquor
store from Court street to 619 Main
street, near W. & C. R. depot, where
we are prepared to serve the public.
A. Kline & Co.
Found Ou Mains treet, check book
First National Bank, Burns, Or. Own
er call at this office.
Brick building for .rent, on Court
street, block and a half from Main
street. See J. F. Temple,
IN JUSTICE COURT.
Sidney Walters Fined for Carrying
Sidney Walters was fined $10 this
morning by Judge Fitz Gerald in Jus
tice court for carrying concealed
Walters was picked up at tho O. R.
& N. depot last night by the police
because of his actions. When search
ed ho had a large gun buckled around
him and it was this that brought him
to grier, as he would have Dcen re
leased had It not been for the gun.
Walters claimed to have Just return
ed from tho Palouse country, where he
was working in the harvest fields and
was carrying the gun to protect him
self, saying that he took It "with him,
ns he had some money on his person.
However, he had no money when ar
rested, and had to go to the bank to
get tho amount of his fine. The
judge made the fine light under the
statement of the young man.
He lives in this county and he and
a brother have a ranch near Echo.
They are said to be straightforward
fellows and are good citizens.
BIG APPLES AND CORN.
They Grew on Thomas Hopper's
Ranch, on the Umatilla.
An ear of corn and two apples hang
ing in the window of J. M. Bentley's
real estate office, are attracting con
The ear of corn measures 12 inches
In length and has 17 well-filled rows
of grain. The apples are very large,
red fellows, and one of them meas
ures 14U inches around. They were
grown on the Thomas Hopper place
10 miles down the Umatilla river and
Mr. Hopper says he has hundreds of
boxes of just such apples and quite
a field of the corn. Everyone who
sees the corn accuses Mr. Bentley of
having it shipped from Missouri, as
no such ears are often seen in this
Reserved by Portland.
Charles W. Zleglor, former captain
of the Pendleton team, has been re
served by the Portland management
for next season's Northwest league
team. Ziegler made a fine record with
Portland, both in the field and at the
bat, heading the percent column in
the batting averages. Mr. Ziegler has
flattering offers from other towns.
several independent teams wanting
him for manager and captain.
Pendletonlan in South Africa.
East Oregonlan is In receipt of a
letter from W. E. Brown, an old Uma
tilla citizen, whose present address is
Bulawayo, Matabeleland. South Afrl
ca. He states that he lived here nine
years ago. He also desires the East
Oregonlan sent to his address, as well
as the paper at Athena, stating that
he has forgotten the name of that
paper. From best information, Mr.
Brown was once a printer in this
Large Heads of Wheat
A bunch of winter wheat heads are
hanging in J. M. Bentley's office which
is claimed to be the largest ever seen
in Umatilla county. The wheat was
grown by M. L. Morrison of the Junl
per country and Mr. Morrison said he
had quite a large field of it, and the
heads brought to town were no excen
tlon, but were picked at random In
the field. The meshes contain four
and five well-developed kernels,
The Place to' Live.
Weston Is among the lirettlest home
towns in Oregon and has the only
state educational institution the
Eastern Oregon State Normal School
In this part of the state. Weston
is auuuaanuy supplied with pure
water and has granted free water for
household purposes for 10 years to
an persons who build houses prior to
April 1, 1903. You can obtain a good
building site on Normal Heights, with
water, sidewalks, grading and shade
trees free, at a low figure. If you are
seeking a pleasant home at an educa
tional center. Address the Weston
Improvement Co., Weston, Or.
h Not Continue
cation mII Water baths as yu did wl,ile on our
" home. Sea shore ? You can ,,ave tl,e same thin8
SALT 5 CENTS POUND
licfous tn U.r A!lantic City Sea Salt will make two de-
We havlV ,frubaths' e(lual to a sea bath.
stps and evervM -rUShf S' bath sPon6es. was rags, bath
ana everyth.ng that helps to improve your bath.
tePES'S DRUG STORE
Gettimr readv tn mnv into mv npw
meat market on Alta street, opposite
the Pendleton Ka vines Ranlc. On
October 20, I will close my business
in the Court street market, which will
ue continued by Mr. MIescke.
All persons knowiner themRelvps In.
debted to me will please call at the
old stand on Court street, and settle
as I will bfi found thpro until Hnv i
After that date I will be pleased to
see both old friends and new at the
Union Market on Alta street.
Mrs. Ellis, of Portland, Grand In
structor or the Order of Washington,
will meet the Degree team this even
ing at 8:30 o'clock. No regular meet
ing of the lodge will be held.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
FOR LADIES AND
Our Fall andWinter Underwear stock is now complete, with good assortment
and splendid values. Ladies Natural Wool Vests and Pants, finely mado and
trimmed; good flitting; all sizes; regular $1.00 valuos; por garmont, 75 Cents
Childrena Natural Wool Vests, Pants and drawers, all sizes; regular value 25c,
per garmont, X9 Cents.
The Big Garment Department
The now garments continue to come and what a splendid showing the depart
ment makes, or have you not seen it yet? You may be a victim of tho make
to order habit, think you can't got a fit in something ready to weur. Are you
open to conviction? Come and lot us try. Coats, Suits, Skirts, Wraps.
Waists . . . Jackets ...
Have them in every worthy ma- 22 to 2(j inches long, every ono a
terial; silk different kinds and work of art and thoroughly good
wool and in all sizes and every stylo and fitters. Wo have thorn
price from 79 Cents to $7.50. all prices from $2.00 to $ J 5.00.
Suits, Man Tailored
Ladies, we have all that is new and good in sizes 32 to 44, in price $G.98 to
$25.00. "If we can't fit and please you wo don't want your money." Dress
Skirts, Petticoats, 3 4 Coats, Monte Carlos.
DON'T WANT YOUR MONEY IF WE CAN'T FIT YOU
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
AGENTS BUTTERICK PATTERNS
Over Consolidation of Orders of Pio
neers and Washington.
Within five days the complete con
solidation of the Pioneers of the Pa
cific and the Order of Washington has
been perfected in Umatilla county and
great enthusiasm has bee nmanlfested
at every camp where the matter has
been brought up. At Milton and Wes
ton regular jubilee feasts were held
to commemorate the event. The work
of consolidation over the state of Ore
gon has been pearly completed and
satisfaction is the order of the day.
The gentlemen at the head of the con
solidated oiders are highly pleased
with the progress made and the spirit
that is being manifested.
NOLF'S MAMMOTH NOTION STORE
Goes Like Hot Cakes.
"The fastest selling article I have
In my store," writes Druggist C. T.
Smith, of Davis, Ky., "Is Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, because it always
cures. In my six years of sales It has
never failed. I have known it to save
sufferers from throat and lung dis
eases, who could get no help from
doctors or any other remedy.
Mothers rely on it, best physicians
prescribe It, and Tallmon & Co. guar
antee satisfaction or refund price.
Trial bottles free. Regular sizes,
50c and fl.
Light Brahma and Buff Cochin
chickens for sale at the Standard
Grocery at the lowest market price.
Cow for Sale.
A 3-year-old cow for sale; will be
fresh In a month; is very gentle. In
quire at this office.
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
herb.., and is prepared as easily as
tea. It Is called Lane's Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 25c and 60c.
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
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
squat style - - - -
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
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
FREDERICK NO! F,
SANTA CLAUS: HEADQUARTERS
The French Restaurant
GUM LA FONTATNE, Prop.
Telephone Main 4.
The Best Shoe in the Coun
try at Its Pric. We Chal
lenge any $5 shoe to equal
Where Whole Families are Shod.
IS OUR MOTTO
Strict Ui4rne to M Mcble a to oaaXfy willing worker U mta
superior ervkt m bookkeeper u4 Btaaogrtphan. Our inttrudiaa la
jriiassaiiy jfcgrottgh fiu ao wMafy ksowa that reputation aloat
na moat of oar todeata. Qaaltty always eonmta. Kxatala Uto aaw
ftdlltic better now tfeaa arar Wfore. Zadaatoloaa, willing itadeate aaaba
rapU adranaeaeat ia all ataafw Ukcau CaM, or writ for oar catalog.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Vark and Washington Striata k. T. Anutroag, LU Maaaaaj
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 and South,
so you have a couple te 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 Fostoirloe.