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DAILY EAST OWE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JULY 6, 1M3.
It pays to trade at The Peoples Warehouse
ENJOYABLE DAY FOR ALL
WHO CAME TO PENDLETOS.
- ftrr (one for the Dublin t,n fln1 u
nf.ij fnr harcain.8. Thev have beon
One Accident Only That Involved
lately and W6 expect to draw the procession here
, if prices will do it. The following are good
Loss, While No One Was Injured
Rain In the Evening Spoiled the
Fireworks The Public Order Was
few days only:
The Fourth was nhsnrvo.i in it,t
i niWVASS SHOES in light and dark crev. nieolu linoj
renbstantial counter and box toe which holds the shoe in
carefully n'"cui 1UC weamer snoe, special
$1.35 and $1.50
n ir n i nrrnino : .1 -1 . .' I 1 . . . .
fs and UUio snuuo iwh, uux uau, vici ma, latest
.j h.Ipq. The Good lookincr serviceable tinH ht ......
t:S anu j ---- , --- n. juu
y pay (3 and $3.50 for, special value $2.50
1n.Pi.TnV'fl Patent Leather BlucW.
Dg later or more stylish, regular J6, special value ....$5
RANTEED Patent Colt Skin one of the late stylish leath-
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Ice work at Teutsch's.
i Ice cream, The Delta.
sumilles at Nouman's.
Erp's artistic wall paper.
tables $5 and up. Itader's.
torses and sheep. Wade.
best bread, get Rohrraan's.
lor rent. Inquire ot Chris
111 to read tlio Underwood
r ad In this Issue.
Palm. 221 Court street,
candies and fruits.
lifferent styles of extension
m J5 to $30. Rader's.
fcio" the best cigar made, at
kr store. Court street.
Iock ranches In Camas Pra
to 1,000 acres. Wade.
ha of Imported and domestic
I clam chowder at uratz s.
tt cigars get the best of you
best of cigars. Hanlou s.
ashless chances 011 Main
t streets. Low rents. Wade.
kith shop In Pendleton for
Ice Earnhart, Association
below cost all summer, mll-
pspeclally patterns. Mrs.
Iwant vacant lots, come and
IWe never quit till we suit
las H. Soule, rei)rosent!ng
bs-' Piano Co., Portland, will
fendleton July 7th. Pleas
lers for tuning at Tallman &
Castle's for fresh fish.
$50 given away. See page 4.
Try The Delta's Iced drinks.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
Ironers wanted at the Domestic
No extra chargo for tabulator on
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
309 Court street.
House to rent, enquire L. E. Pen
land, 205 Willow street.
U C Rador about that $50 worth of
furniture he Is giving away.
Received dally, fresh tamales,
crabs and crawfish at Gratz's,
Wanted Middle-aged woman for
housework. Apply at this office.
See Charles Lane about your paint
Ing and paper hanging; 807 Vincent
For Sale One combined harvester,
second hand, good condition. Address
G. W. HIgby.
Good house, 5 rooms, 2 lots, shade
trees, lawn, east fron:, good location,
For Sale High grade bicycle In
perfect condition at a bargain. En
quire at this office.
Highest market price paid for all
kinds of scrap Iron. Rlgby-Clove
For Rent Two cottages, good lo
cation, suitable for small family. In
quire at 100 Bluff street.
Estimates given on short notice on
painting and paper hanging. Charles
Lane, the pioneer painter, 807 Vin
Good meat In summer must be
taken care of. That's the kind you
got at Hau.seu's, Alta street, opposite
Ion will find no such assort
ing of all kinds as wo carry
pes, as always, are tne low-
llNQS Lots nf ctttn little
from 50c to $3,00.
RINGS in your favorite
S. or combination setting,
RINGS Stylo doesn't1
pe much in wetltlinir rlncR. I
Pu do want oualitv. Wnll. '
Ma get it hero. I
'ELER and OPTICIAN i
Profitable Cherry Trees.
J. M. Evans, the well known fruit
man of Freewater, is the owner of
five Royal Ann cherry trees which
have netted him, this year a total
profit of $30.50. Tho trees are eight
years old, and have never failed to
produce a good crop since they began
The Jones Family.
Six Oregon towns elected Goddesses
of Liberty on the Fourth of July,
and out of tho six elected, three 01
them were Jones, Union elected
Miss Ueulah Jones; Lakeview, Miss
Frances Jones, and Ontario, Miss Jef
Returned to Portland.
Miss Edith Habersham, of Astoria,
lett for Portland this morning after
a six-week's visit with Miss Ethel
Johnson, of this city. She will visit
friends in Portland before returning
to her home in Astoria.
The Pacific squadron, consisting of
the New York, Dennlngton and Mar
blehead, left San Francisco for Alas
r'! Skin Soap ? .
IPjper 5.1 heel, of Pper
pt p.cr. - -
Bark lor removing
Sewing Machine Oil q
Root Beer R&'ff'.Wr CP
t. n., with Nut Droning.
ICO Cream gice Cream I. a lAp
mperlor article for
Brown's Tree Soap ToY
FPEN'S DRUG STORE
"""Im from Main street townnl the Court JImiM'
city In a quiet and orderly manner
nn,l ...1.11.. 11 . .
V u . l,lere was not an official
celebration, there was a lot of music,
fireworks, dancing and fun
Early In the morning the peoplo be
et" iu gamer in tne streets from tho
country around Pendleton, and by
the time for the Walla Walla band to
make Its appearance the streets
were crowded with a merry throng,
ail Intent on having as much fun as
Throughout the day the hand play-
en a 1 uinerent parts ot the city, and
this was, in fact, all of tho celebration
wiai tne city furnished, with the ex
ceptlon of tho fireworks In tho even'
While the morning was fine, tho
afternoon turned Into a Jumble of
rain and sun and wind, and this
dampened tho enthusiasm of tho
merrymakers to some extent. Tho
rain chased the band off tho street
several times, and some of the flro
works in tho evening were spoiled
by the wet.
During the afternoon there was a
dance In the big tent which was
largely attended, and in the evening
mere was a dance in the tent and an
other In tho Armory hall. All of tho
visitors seemed to have a good time
and departed for their homes In the
evening tired and well pleased with
During tho dav there were no ac
cidents of a serious nature, and the
crowd was good natured and order,
ly. This morning the police court
handled no more cases than on any
Monday morning, and the cases that
did come up were transients nnd Indians.
There were two fires in tho city on
the evening of the Fourth, neither of
which was of much magnitude. Dur
ing the time that the fireworks wore
being handled from the tons of tho
buildings In the evening a largo rock
et crashed through the plate glass
window of the Nolf store, cutting a
hole about eight Inches in diameter
In tho center of the window and set
ting fire to the fireworks piled In tho
window, I)y some exertion and a
great deal of haste on the part of tho
employes of the store the contents of
the window were thrown in the street
before It began to explode, and a ser
ious fire was averted. Had the stocu
become fairly Ignited It would have
made things Interesting for tho fire
men, as tho store was carrying a
large stock of cannon crackers and
bombs and rockets. As It was, the
store was filled with smoke and some
of the goods were slightly tinged by
it, while the goods In the window
were damaged or destroyed. But the
damage as a whole was slight, the
principal loss being tho window,
which Is cracked and broken.
Late In tho evening the house oc
cupied by M. Carter and family on
West Webb street was seen to be on
fire and an alarm was turned In. The
house was so full of smoke that it
was with difficulty that the furniture
could be saved and most of It was
est. The house is a small one and
the loss will bo small.
Beginning this Monday, July 6th, and continuing during
the entire month, we make the Greatest Slaughter of
seasonable merchandise ever attempted East of the Cas
cades. We had made great additions to our stock for an
immense Fourth of July trade, doing away with the cele
bration leaves us with some kinds of Dry Goods and
Clothing that ought to be and MUST BE SOLD. This
is WHY and if you'll come and see for yourself you'll
Particulars Tomorrow's Issue
CELEBRATION AT BINGHAM.
Over Five Hundred People Gather at
This Famous Resort on the Fourth.
Illnghnm Springs. July 5. Over 500
peoplo from La Grande, Athena, Mil-
on. Weston. Helix. Dayton, waua
Walla and Pendleton were at this
nlnce Saturday to do honor to the
nation's birth. The order of the day
was camping, fishing, plcnicing nnd
merrymaking In various ways. The
crowds filled the spacious groves on
the Umatilla, and the weather was
Ideal for tho occasion.
There was no formal program, but
the people were equal to tho occn-
Ion and tho day was passou as pleas
antly as l an mo orators aim hiuu
how attractions In the state wore
Under almost every sheltering
pine a group of Jolly picnickers spread
their luncheons and told their ex
periences. It was one of tne most
njoyaule events in mo long jhbiuij
f Bingham Springs.
Died of Pneumonia.
ti.u little, iiniiphtpr nf Mr. and Mrs.
John McKachen, of Helix, who was
brought to town Friday tor meuicai
treatment, died last night at 11
lock at the iesltlenco or J. w.
ctiuor Sim w sttfferlnir from
what appeared to be an abscess of tho
lung, and wltlch tioveiopeti iitvo piiuu
monia. Tne funeral will be hold from
the Rader undertaking parlors tomor
row, and interment will take place
In Olney cemetery.
Sunday afternoon at the home ot
E. N. Smith, 10 miles south of the
city on McKay creek, Ilev. U. Vt.
Rigby united in marriage ansa uurum
E. Harris to Harry Davidson. The
young people are resiuenis or vnai
nlace and are well known here, where
they have spent the greater part of
their lives. A number of L.e friends
ot the principals were at the wedding
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
and after the ceremony a bountiful
dinner was served.
Returned From the East.
Joseph McCabo, vice-president of
the W. & C. It., accompanied by his
wife and daughter, returned to Wnlln
Walla from a month's visit to Now
England und Canadu, laBt evening,
An enjoyable family reunion was
held at the Ranker Hill battleground,
iu Massachusetts. They traveled ex
tensively through Manitoba, Ontario,
Quebec and Eastern Canada, and had
a most enjoyable trip.
Vesuvius Is coughing and bellowing
a good deal of late and tourists aro
forbidden to climb It. Many of tho
people llvisg on Its sides aro aban
doning their homes.
Pairs of New
THE NOLF STORE
Virginia Peanut Squalen,
Maple Cream Dates,
tceil Molasses Chips,
Kalian Chestnut Cieitin,
French Honey Nougat, ,
Daisy Cream Strawberries,
Ceylon Coco Squares,
Chocolate Honey Nuugnt,
XXXX Mint Lozuiikoh,
This Is u partial list of now goods
Just received. Salo price lCc to 29c
descent and Rambler wheels tho
most popular wheels $18.50 to $10,
We chargo only $2.60 for the Mor
row Coaster Ilrako.
THE NOLF STORE
Wftm 8t'"'1 away for a Sowing
yy fjy a,u('''"u' ,f ,mHt ,iav
fmni t ik mi in tor. no n.wui nu vnn
can get anywhere, hut bettor still and
a mi cneaper in (nu enu, is a mgii
grade White or Standard,
Near the Hridye
Do you want to see them?
Glad to show them
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of
Foundry Work a Specialty
Cash paid for old castings
I Pendleton, - Oregon 1
LET US FILL
Wo can supply you with
Uiiildinf,' Material o( all
descriptions and save
II u i Idin c paper lime
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters (or hams
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House