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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1902)
SS'" rrn ROODS at Alexander'.
at Substantial Savings
11. nlermi: should be particularly attractive to
isfft-s f,q. Marten. Mink. Beaver, Raccoon,
""""f Collarettes, Scarfs, Boas in all the new shapes
l 50 Fur Collar $i..9S
1.50 Fur Scarf 2.80
4 fs Fur Boa 3 58
7 50 Fur Boa 6.00
10.00 Fur Boa 8.00
Lumber 20 per cent discount sale on Ladies
tlie band and Dr. A. n. Stone Is cap
I tnln ot Ure football tearn.
C. S. Ferguson is postmaster, which
, Is so popular that all- political par-
, , , . . ,les are satisfied with him.
(Concluded.) , y. h. Halght Is the railroad agent.
- ! express agent and telegraph operator
acre ever since ho has been In the ' nt Adams and is very popular with
business, '. the citizens.
J, A. Winn has a hardware store! Tl10 buslnes Held of Adams Is prct
and also carries a line of Implements, I ty covered except that It Is
Harala, Handrlcks & Co, have a bank ls ba,"y nJi
trennrni morrhnnrtisn K!nr a'nfl ram ' l-nrS.sl,ms of money arc handled at
a largo line of everything kept In a
first-class establishment of this kind.
the place and, for lack of a local
bank, business men are compelled to
, ., .11 - T- ,1.1 ... .1,nt
nShshnVe bee" ln bUS'nCSS Wl
The City Dmg Store is run by Dr.!
A. B. Stone, the local physician. Dr. More Power From Niagara.
Stone is building up a good practice. It has been decided to build a large
and a pood business. 1 power plant on the Canadian side of
Adams has two good hotels. S. K. ' Niagara Falls, which when completed
Klrby, a pioneer of 1S76, runs the wl" enablo the operators to furnish
Hotel Oregon, having managed this 1 200,000 horse power. A few years ago
institution since 1S97. T. C. Med runs! tn0 lrtca ot sl"B Niagara's power
Nothing can be more appropriate or add more to the picas
tires of life in the home than a high grade piano. There is
no reason why a piano should not be in every home. Our
easy payment plan makes it possible. Drop in and learn of it.
S, L. WAKEFIELD & CO.
X Wareroorn on Court Street
xander Dept. Store
FAMILY GROCERY & BAKERY 1
the Commercial hotel, having been In
charge of this hotel 12 years.
There are two feed mills at this
place that run on a largo capacity for
the home trade. T. C. Itied's mill
has a capacity ot 5000 sacks annually.
Bakor & Carpenter also have a chop
mill with a large capacity and handle
an average of 14,000 sacks of grain
would have seemed ridiculous, but
tho progress of invention during the
past century has now made it possi
ble. There lias also been wonderful
progress made In medicine, during
that time, the most noticeable being
the introduction of Hostetler's Stom
ach Bitters about, fifty years ago.
This family medicine Is for everybody
annually. Each of these Institutions , 0,11 mole especially ror tnoso wnoare
also have larire wood vards and WPk and sickly. It will strengthen
handle several hundred cords ot wood , the stomach and nerves and cure In
annually. The wood is principally digestion, dyspepsia, Insomnia, con
shipped from the mountains near stipation and m. 'aria, fever and ague.
Meacham. ;TrJ 11 and See for yourself.
W. H. Sayer has a blacksmith shop ,
which he has been running for nine' Shops for Southern Railway. ,
years. s ' Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 2S. The
j J. E. Stanfleld also has a shop which 1 Southern Railway will construct one
he has operated forgive years. 0f the largest shop plants on the,
I Simpson & Son own the Adams- great system nt North Birmingham, i
Livery stables,-ana they arc wen a suburb of Birmingham, and con-i
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
Is reached in BYERS' BEST Better llour cannot be made
The cream of the wheat crop enters in Byers' Hct
Flour, which is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
structlon work will beam at
Dick Powers owns the barber shop plans have been drawn for eight
and has run It for eight years. ; iarge brick buildings, each 100 by 400
Pell & Harala have a billiard hall feet, and 35 tracks of railway have
We Appreciate You Trade
p.rf it nives us nlea sure to furnish you with nice clean g
ies, when we know we save you money, which we in- (i
'lice Hubbard Squashes, Sweet Potatoes
bat are good. Cranberries that are iresh
In fact there is nothinc kept in a first-class grocery that g
go not handle, and we always keep the best of its kind.
pt delivery Telephone orders given the same careful
ition as those placed personally.
The shops will build I
1 and confectionery and cigar stand 1 been laid out.
. combined. 1 cars as well as repair cars and en
I A, Arp runs the Kentucky saloon KiCs lor those divisions of the road
and has been in business here for the in this section of tho South.
past six years. Pete Murray runs the
IRTIN'S FAMILY GROCERY & BAKERY
Adams has a brass band and a foot
ball team. S. VS. Kirby is manager of
In .! Ita Fta'tf '"nre
ehouU be cleani tie-3.
Ely's C'rcniii Ua'if
the iliaci-cd ni' " u .
It t-urff atarrli r-. ! u
may a cold in llic Ik .J
Startling, But True.
"If every one knew what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life Pills
is," writes V). H. Turner, Dempsey
town, Pa., "you'd sell alt you have ln
K aay. two weeus use hub luuuc h
new man of me." Infallible for con
stipation, stomach and liver trouble.
25c at Tallman's drug store.
Rebuilding Flour Mill.
Island City, Nov. 29. Tho llouringj
mill lately burned in this city is bo-!
ing rebuilt. The foundations are now
completed. The new mill will havo
a much greater capacity than the old
Cream Unlin 11 Mea into, no noE.nu, spread one an(j wm e fitted With the new
over the membrane an J in absorbed. Rollerls lm- egt up-to-date machinery,
mediate slid a cure follow a. It is not drying loei , '
not lirodncetrfczins. Largo Size, 00 cents at Druu-1 , , ..i.i., .1
eUtsorbymalUTrlalSizclOcentabymalL All kinds of shoe repairing at
ELY BUOTIXEltS. 66 Warren Street. New Tort Teutsch's.
Well cooked meals and a warm house go a good ways in
making a cold dreary winter comfortable and bright. Our
stoves will cook good meals and our heaters will make the
coldest building warm and comfortabje.
The Thompson Hardware Co.
If you uso Graln-0 in place of
coffee you will enjoy It just as
much for it tastes tho samel yet, it ,
is like a food to the system, dis- j
tributing the full substance ot tho
pure grain with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At crocere eve rrwlierc j JJc. and Sic ier package.
Saves labor and produces clcaa
clothes Cash Price Mo
W. J. CLAPKE&CO.
Couil Ktrf t
ark F. Jones' Piano Car
REPRESENTING E1LERS PIANO HOUSE OF PORTLAND
Open at the 0. R. & N. Depot Four of the Famous Cooperative Piano Clubs.
a Success. Twill Pay You to Look Into It .
-The Plan Is
tha ninn ic cimnip snfp find thtVs?ivffir trreat. Rrieflv Stated, each club stands collective n the position of a whole-
ftUnVAr nnrrhjisin(y ?X nijnos. This makes it nossible for us to make the same concessions to club members that we
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'wuld to a bone fied wholesale buyer, but which could not be made to each member of the club as an individual buyer
To begin with, members of these clubs get the
Wry best nfannc made at dealers' orices. and in
addition to this terms of oavment on them are much
fcaler than in the regular retail way. The initial
r first payment places the piano in your home.
There will fc Font Piano Clubs "F,'' "G,"
" and "I." Each club being limited absolutely
to but twenty-five members.
Those joining ,Club "F" now, secure a line new
piano by paying down the . small sum of $5 and
making weekly payments of $.25.
Club members pay $7 upon delivery of
fcelr piano and complete their payments at the rate
60 per week.
In the Club "H" series the intial payment will
$J2 down and the balance in payments of $2
Those joining Club "1" will pay $20 down and
Or payments can be arranged on a correspond
ing monthly basis. But either way, whatever piano
you buy, be assured it is a first-class one, and js ac
companied by a double written guarantee of its
manufacturer and of this house.
Now as to Prices
You will make no mistake by joining now.
Upon tho payment qf a small sum down, your piano
is delivered at your home at once, then' a very small
sum weekly or monthly finishes paying for same.
No delay; no red tape as to prices and terms.
$225 pianos go to club members for $J37
$450 pianos go to club members for $257
$500 pianos go to club members for $297
$560 pianos go to club members for $365
$600 pianos go to club members for $4J6
$650 pianos go to club members for $447
Samples to be Seen
These terms secure you such favorable pianos
as the Cbickering, Weber, Kimball, Hobart M.
Cable, Vose, Weser, Marshal, Milton and others, all
of them are rlrst-class and' having the guarantee of
tho manufacturer and also ourHolves.
-Samples of pianos in each club cad hp seen at
Piano Cat, now located on Mam
stieet,on south side of main track of
O. R. & N. Company.
Open days and evenings,
Same Easy Plan.
and Kimball, Sold on
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j A Limeted Number of Members Will Be Taken From Adjoining Towns and Country If They Apply at Once