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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1902)
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
INTERESTING SESSION BY
In connection with our large stock of shoes which we has
added to our department store, we have put in a repair shovjj
We will now he able to do all kinds of
SHOE REPAIRING !
Nothing but the best stock will be used and best workman
Men's Half Soles, Nailed 75c 1
Ladies' Half Soles, Nailed 40c j
Rubber Heels and Soles a specialty j
ESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1902
A. Howard, farm loans.
Oratz's clam chowde
Hen driving, taito a v. I. u.
a Eastern and Cove oyster
M me ii r iinimrpn'F. hhiPiKiitip
at .Mrs. uampoeirs.
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Chinese cooking at Phillips
rani vitrvrinnv tncroa rvnnti
tooacco and smokers' sup-
iti j.iuk iviiuuiaii b, ration a oiu
to select from at Baor &
pberries, sweet potatoes, chick
ma ducks at the Standard Oro
uur casn plan saves you
Ihlnff cleaned and pressed by
sliced workmen. Prices reason
IJ. Holland, corner Holland and
jWlthee tor sowing machines:
est and best on earth; chain
k stitch combined. Prices 14
m below zero. Call and see
will pay you.
The nsw idea of
the fashion leaders
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Whltaker, the dentist.
Oyster cocktails at Oratz's.
Olympla oysters at Castle's.
Neuman's for cigars and obacco.
Fall ami winter styles at Jorger's
Hot Wienerwurst and saur kaut at
Special until Saturday, woolwalsts,
sc. Teutsch. j
lour suits will be the hel.hth of
fashiou If made by Slebert & Ichulz.
WantedPosition on farm iy man
anu wite. Aunress Is. R. A.,, Box H,
ix8i a pair or goia-rimma spec
tacles. Return to this office rod re
Woman Wanted Must to fair
cook; good wages. Apply nt 40 Alta,
corner Thompson street.
Brick building for rent, oi Court
street, block and a half froa' Main
street. See J. F. Temple. i
We have the neatest and largest
t'tock of jardlnlers at prices sa'Jow as
to surprise you. C. Rolirmat!
Wanted A good cook; steac work
on farm. Good wages. Inqure of
Mrs. Stanfleld, 313 South Malristreet.
Light Brahma and Buff Cochin
chickens for sale at the Sandard
Grocery at the lowest market'prlce.
Lamp fixtures, all size chmneys,
wicks, burners, brackets, relectors.
shades, globes in stock at all prices.
The Daily East Oregonlan Is on
sale In Portland at the RIcl news
stand in Hotel Perkins, and at the
A petition was filed this afernoon
by Oliver C. Gallaher asking uat he
be appointed guardian of the person
and estate of Robert Gallaher (a mi
Only one man has been in Police
Judge Fitz Gerald's court this week.
Ho was brought up on the clurge of
vagrancy and was given a chaice to
get out of town, which he took
For Sale Property on corrar of
Main and Water, 73x75 feet two
buildings. The rents pay 8 per ce:iT;
net on Investment. Must be aid by
November. 1. N. T. Conklln, oflce at
The ladies of this city are nvlted
to call at the Hotel Pendleton parlor,
where Miss Baker has a complete lino
of art embrodery materials. Lassons
will be given free in Venetian darn
Why have gray hair. Get yalniit
olorlng, $1 por bottle, express pro-
paid. San Francisco Hair Store, 1401
First avenue, Seattle, manufacturers
of all kinds of hair goods. Sejd for
Joe Ell's new lodging house Is al
most completed in the rear f his
harness store, which faces on Garden
street. The paper hangers are at
work and their work will sooa bo
completed and then the house vlll be
furnished anu made ready for use.
Prominent Lecturers Will be Present
Nearly 200 Teachers ara Expect
edto be Present.
The Umatilla County Teachers" In
stltute will open at the court houso
In this city tomorrow.
The day work will begin at !i o'clock
In the forenoon and In the evening the.
noted Jewish Rabbi, Dr. Wise, ot
Portlund. will be here and deliver
lecture, ur. wise is considered one
of the ablest orators and best lectur
ers on educational subjects In the
Northwest anil no one should miss
hearing him. Thursday evening a lec
ture will be given by Rev. Dr. Sander
son, recently of British Columbia. He
is also a man of exceptional ability
as a lecturer and will no doubt draw
a large crowd.
Preparations are all completed by
County Superintendent Nowlln to
make this one of the most Interest
ing. and profitable Institutes ever held
In the county. There are no lass than
150 teachers In Umatilla county In
actual service In the school rooms,
and all told there are 200 In the coun
ty who hold certificates. It is expect
ed that nearly all of these will attend
the institute. The law requires that
all actually teaching shall attend
these institutes and all the schools of
the county will be closed the rest of
Wlille the day work will not be es
pecially Interesting to outsiders,
everybody is cordially invited to at
tend at all times. The evening lec
tures will be highly Interesting to
everyone who is Interested in educa
tional work, and packed houses are
expected to greet these lecturers
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Friday evening there will be no lec
ture. As Friday's work will close the!
institute, many of the teachers will
leave for their homes Immediately,
and for thh reason no arrangements
have been made for exercises o nthat
Morrow County Sheep Market,
The sheep market is rather auiet
just now, but Is looking uward, and
as a consequence a great many sheep
men In Morrow county are unwilling
to let go of their surplus at presen
prices. Mr. Tom Matlock, an exten
alve woolgrower of this county ,ln
tormeu The Times that the present
price of lambs Is SI. 65 to $1.75; year
ling, $2.25; two and three-year-old
wethers, $2.70, and ewes, $2.25 to
$2.50. The condition of sheep. In gen'
eral, Is fine, he says, and he expects
prices to advance. However, If the
price does not reach a satisfactory
paint, the Morrow county sheepmen
will not be at all embarrassed, as
they have plenty of feed to take their
flocks through the winter in good
shape. Heppner Times.
In the case of Ben Fi Ogle vs. D. A.
Hendricks and Julia McAllister, the
decree was granted as prayed. This
s a case which grew out of a con
tract for the sale of lot 4, in block
0, Richardson's addition to Athena.
The allegations were that defendants
agreed to pay $G00 for the lot and
the time expired without tne money
being forthcoming. Plaintiff then
brought suit to again clear his title.
Carter & Raley were attorneys for
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Threatened at One Time to Destroy
the Entire Southern Portion of the
City A High Wind Blowing.'
Cumberland, Md., Oct. 28. Fire
threatened to destroy the entire
southern portion of the city for a time
this afternoon, but It Is now believed
to be under control. The South
Cumberland Glass Works and the
Berger plant have already been de
stroyed. A high wind Is blowing. The
damage to the two plants alone will
amount to $125,000'.
THAT trie clothes
shown in this
ad are stylish enough
for the dressiest oc
casions, good enough
for the hardest wear,
and In the roaoh of
any purse. They are
preolsely the sort of
clothQR yon ought to
buy for that boy of
your 8. Our stock
covers ALL PRICES,
the low and medium
priced being just as
strongly made as the
more expensive ones
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THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS
When driving, take a P. I. R.
When driving, take a P. I. R.
"New potato chips at F. s'. Younger
Shoe repairing of all kinds.
Fresh strawberries at F. S. Young
er & Son's.
Fresh kraut and nice mince meat at j
"F. S. Younger & Son's.
.Just received, another carload of
seed rye at Colesworthy's.
Don't forget that we do all kinds ot
shoe repalriug. Teutsch's.
Gregg's old reliable Mocha and Javu
coffee at F. S. Younger & Son's.
The season for Dutton's fine taffies
and home-made chocolate creams.
Bishop's Fleur-De-Lls California
preserves at F. S. Younger & Son's.
Wanted Two boys and one bench
hand at rendletan Planing Mills. Ap
ply at once.
New Goods Arriving
Childrens Black Boards
Krom 65c to $2.95. New Style
A great assistance for children
studying at home.
SCOTCH MINERS MAY GO OUT.
Seventy Thousand of Them Have De
manded a 124-Cent Increase In
Glasgow, Oct. 28. The Scotch
miners have demanded an Increase
of cents In wages. About 70,000
miners are affected.
In the Hands of Clopton.
The Commercial Association has
placed the Rlgby-Clove proposition In
the hands of Frank B. Clopton, one of
Its members, who will act for the as
soclatlon In all matters pertaining to
the work in bringing about the estab
llshmont of a factory here.
The homllest man In Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others,
are lnyited to can cn any aruggui
,.nd get free a trial bottle or Kemps
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that Is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and BOc. For sale by Tall
man & Co.. sole agents.
8-day Alarm Clocks Strike
every 30 minutes. Sold regu
lar at 5, here on sale at
$3-45 al,d fully warranted
TOYS and DOLLS
'I he most complete line in town.
Drums 25c to $ 2. 45, Toy Trunks
39c to J 1. 95. Toy Bed Steads 25c
to 75c. Toy tables 10c to $1.95
Telephone Main 4. .
Almost 500 worth of games to
select from. Games from 5c to
17,95. Think of the immense line.
Complete sets ping pong 25c to
1.50. Crokinole boards 1.39 to 1.95
25 cents per dozen
Bring your eggs to F. S. Younger
35 cents per dozen.
Santa Claus' Headquar'ers
Well Cooked Meals,
With a splendid variety
of eatables are served at
Cooper's old stand,
Main St, Near W.&O. Depot
All Macabces are urged to be proa
ent at the meeting Tuesday night.
Important business to transact that
concerns the pocketbook of each sir
knight. J. 8. KBES, R. K.
Room and board wanted by gentle
man and wife in private family. State
terms and location. Address P. O.
box 550, city.
Cow for Sate.
A 3-vear-old cow for sale: will be
fresh In a month; Is very eentle. In-
nym at ill (ft nfflpft.
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PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
If IWfc wi WuldBfto ttewta A. T. imAMt XX. Mawjo,
The Best Shoe in the Coun
try at Its Price. We Chal
lenge any $5 shoe to equal
Where Whole Families are Shod.
COME TO OUR STORE
If you are seeking the newest styles in Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Portiers, eto. We have some now novelties never be
fore shown here. See the Antique Furniture we are showing,
BAKER & FOLSOM
Furniture Store near Postotflce