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DAILY EA3T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1903.
TO HELP OREGON
BIG SKIRT SALE
One Mope Week
It pays to trade at The Peoples Warehouse all the time
hive had splendid success in disposing of our skirts
nist ten u) ' . - b..v. nic illy rcuuction
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Jnemore wcck. u. 4y anms at uie beginning of the sale
M . loft tliat m on n c um iif.t 1.1 .
havc jum -y "-"" uiu io a uay, n also
Lans that ou will have to hurry if you want to be one of the
i i ..1-1 tiV
following are the prices that make them go at the rate of io
jl Skirts at
$10 Skirts at
19 Skirts at .
ic 5klrts at .
? Shirts at 5.50
It skirts at 4.75
DONT MISS IT
BIG BONNET SALE MONDAY MORNING
oo bun Bonnets, women's and children's sizes, worth ;oc and
$5 Skirts at 3oa
$4 Skirts at 2 95
$3.50 Skirts at 275
$3 Skirts at ' 2'in
?2.50 Skirts at ' 190
$2 Skirts at 145
Monday morning July 27, children's sizes 9c; Ladie.
Think of it, less than half price
S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Cor. Main and Alta Streets.
title or fresh Ball.
if. Sharp for paper hanging,
fellclous l"e cream, The Delta.
Smokers supplies at .eumun a.
For the lest bread, get Rohrman s.
Are you going to lehman Springs?
Dining ables $5 and up. Rader's.
ilackbcr'-ies by tho crate at kernel
FuuDtaln peus at half price. Fra-
ny dun ' you go to Iranian
toners wanted at the Domestic
So eitra hargc for tabulator on
Jon't fall to read the Underwood
Irpewrlter aU la this issue.
Received dally, fresh tamales,
labs and crawfish at Gratz's.
Sueclal JS50 buys business, $150
It profit per month. Wade &. I3ry-
Fresh fruits at Kemler's.
, Try The Delta's iced drinks.
1 Fresh fruit daily at Martin's.
Fresh ranch eggs at Kemler's.
Best shoo work at Teulseh's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Ladles' half soles 40c. Teutsch's.
, Stationery and office supplies. Fra
zler's. 1 Straw hats at half price at Baer &
Fine toilet soaps, sticky and poison
i fly paper. Nolf's.
I Wanted Machinist and moulder at
Try the Palm. 221 Court street,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
U C Rader about that $50 worth of
furniture he Is giving away.
I Forty different styles of extension
DR. LE ROY, OF PORTLAND,
Special Meeting of Commercial Asso
elation Tomorrow Night to Discuss
the Subject of Advertising Oregon
and Umatilla County,
tr. A. l.oltoy, of Portland, who
succeeded Colonel Frank Drake as
manager of tho Oregon Information
Rurean, arrived in tho city on No, 2,
last evening for tho purpose of In-
tcresting tho city and county in tho It
matter nt fiiriitcMn.. .-. .1,11.1. f.,
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collection, now on hand In the Union
Depot building at Portland.
Dr. I.eRoy Is well known through
out Eastern Oregon, having resided
In l.a Grande and vicinity for years.
Ho Is now on an extended tour of tho
counties In the eastern portion of tho
state, and will remain In Pendleton
until the labt of the week.
A special meeting of the Commer
cial Association will be held at S
o'clock tomorrow evening for tno
purpose of presenting tho matter in
the proper form to the citizens of
Pendleton. A special invitation is
extended to all to attend this meet
ing, and take active part In discussion
of the subject.
i Dr. l.elloy will address tho meeting
and will review the extent of the
work already done In tho state. He
will lie glad to receive any exhibits
that may be ready for delivery, and
i is out on an active campaign for ro
We bap fmlt jars aud
Inas rubbers covers, etc.
ISeaChar." Lane about your paint
rand pa;, t hanging. 807 Vincent
it anil -.ii . w to.-t all summer, mil-
liir;. -penally patterns. airs,
I Good niea n summer must be
iten care o!" That's the kind you
: it House r.-- Alta street, opposite
Special indue merits given piano
Iwhasers a'l this week. Call and
Iwstlpate luw Inland Empire
lu:o Hou '.mi Main.
nuney nack If It don't wake
Is up That is the guarantee we
give w th our alarm clocks. We
l;e them in many varieties. Don't
-Mour ood rold watch out In the
pea) new We can sell you a re-
MJie timekcencr In phenn nnao lust
P ""lug or the harvest field. If
"o You ean't afford to neglect 1 excellence. i"'a
F eyes We have smoked glasses, ; House, yl -Main.
I : proief tort: o,,,i ,,.. 1oa
I toes your watch need repairing?
I ( " v I'M i.utriii la Hiuiu"B'"J
p1 'fed and our work guaranteed.
tables from $5 to $30. Rader's.
Tents, camp stoves, camp stools,
etc., at Rader's Furniture store.
Ml Preferlda, tho best cigar made,
at Rees' cigar store, Court street.
All kinds of Imported and domestic
lunches and clam chowder at Gratz's.
Don't M cigars get the best of you
get the best of cigars. Hanlon's.
Celluloid soap boxes, excellent val
ues on hammocks, new stationery.
Latest book. "The Oiie Woman,"
by Thomas Dixon, author of "The
Leopard's Spots." Nolf's.
Lost A gold chain at the dance
on the island Saturday evening. Re
turn to E. O. otllce for reward.
Wanted To borrow S1.G00 on good
real estate security at not over 8 per
cent. Address box .'08, Pendleton, (
Wo guarautee the beet piano value (
for the money to bo found anywhere. t
Inlaud Empire Piano House, 901
One of the most toucbiug and beau
tiful songs ever written, "My Rosary,"
35c. at inlaud Empire Piano House,
Estlmutes given ou suoit notice on
paint ins aud paper hanging. Cuarlos
Lane, the pioneer painter, SOT 's In
Man aud wife want position as
cook In camp, harvest field or board
ing house. Inquire Thomas Ludlow,
JtiU West Alta.
Our Hue of pianos Is the best in the
r-niinirv. Their uescrveu Jiuj,u....
The Pendleton Woolen Mills this
I morning presented two of tho finished
j blankets In stock-, to be placed on ex
I hiblt and every Pendleton Institu
j tlon Is expected to be represented in
While Dr. LeRoy has beeu In tho
field but a short time, ho has already
secured excellent exhibits from Lane,
Polk, Linn, Josephine, Jackson,
Washington, Douglas, Yamhill, Lin
coln and Multnomah counties and will
remain In Eastern Oregon until the
resources of this district are fully
represented. He will collect one of
the most magnificent mining exhibits
eer brought together In the Hate
! from the Sumpter and Baker dis
tricts and the agricultural and manu
facturing exhibits from this county
should be no less splendid.
The floor space in tho rooms of the
bureau Is sufficient to make a perfect
display and it will not bo hampered
as such things usually are, by being
crowded into a corner.
The exhibits from each county are
placed together In an attractive
manner properly labeled and credit
ed, and a competent aud reliable man
is constantly in charge, to direct
strangers who may Inquire for Infor
mation on different portions of the
state. It will bo readily seen that
the more exhibits maintained by a
county, in this collection, the more
readily will each county appeal to In
tending homeseekers. The purpose
of the bureau is to Introduce Oregon
i to her friends.
.. . ..iij i.no(.. ,,r fill.nri-iniHI
you are only out a do lar , es o . - " , 0 ,,,
Rest In the world. Notniug io e.u.
for puritv anu unmans
The acme of peifectlon me our
and tneir wimu-"""-
i splendid pianos
Building and Loan Association
Also Choose Officers Soon,
The stockholder of the Oregon
Ilullding & Loan Association held
their annual meeting last night, at
which time the board of directors for
the coming year was elected Tno
men elected fast night weie: It. Alex-
under Max llaer C. W. Hrownfleld,
j E. J Murphy. C. J. Smith, J. II. Perry
l and T. F. Howard. These are the
! came as last year, with the exception
I of T. V. Howard, who was elected to
fill the place caused by the resigna
I Hon or C. S. Jackson, who was one
of the directors before his removal
' trom tho city.
The association will have anoiuer
meeting In a few days, at which the
officers for the coming year will be
The association has a capital stork i
of $5.(i0.uon and is Hie only local
corporation In the state thui has to .
nnv ilw. maximum Income tax of $200. j
It Is a strictly local concern and does
IT WILL PAY YOU DOUBLE
To trade at this store during
the balance of this month
Our JULY CLEARING SALE ends next Saturday night
and until that time we shall offer additional bargains all
over the store
In the DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT we price
10c Lawns unci Sununor Dress Good at 5c
15c and 12ic Iiwn and Sununor Dross Goods at 8c and 7c
25c and '20o Lawns and sununor dress goods at t2i and JOc
40o and 30e Lawns and sununor dross goods at 20c and J5c
50c Lawns and sununor dress goods at 25c
75c Lawns and sununor dross goods at 38c
In the EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT you can buy
oc onibroiderios at 3c
7c embroideries at 4 J-2c
9c om broideries at 6c
I2ic embroideries at 8 J-2c
15c embroideries at JOc
20c embroideries at
25c onibroiderios at
;50c embroideries at .
50e onibroiderios at
75c onibroiderios at 50c
20c bolt of 12 yards for
25c bolt of 12 yards for
30c bolt of 12 yards for
Or same price by tbo single yard.
Has Equally Attractive Bargains For
The Next Six Days
Outfitters for Hen and Women
Science Conquering the Andes.
The railway across tho Andes be
tween Chile and the Argentine Re
public, which was projected 20 years
ago Is at last to be completed, the
Chilean congress huvlng recently
passed a hill for tho purpose Tho lof
tiest part of tho pass, which lies not
far Fouth of the great Andean giant
Aconcagua and which has an eleva
tion of 13,000 feet, Is to he penetrat
ed by a tunnel which will serve both
to avoid snowdrifts and to decrease
the maximum elevation of the road.
Tho terminals of the railway on each
side of tho pass are now within one
day's travel by mulo curuvan from
one another This will be tho llrnt
rail lino to cross the South American
THE NOLF STORE
Fine Toilet Soaps
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
reputation back, this statement n
, laud Empire Piano House, U -Main.
Eleven Carloads of Stock.
I c Louergan will ship U cars
o. Mock to Seattle. his evening oyer
iv x- r it iui me ! :
business with the people
or tbih it.v
From 2c to 24c a liar, consisting
of Oatmeal, Glycerine, Tar, Iililer
lierry anil many oilier styles.
Bicycles, $18.50 to $35
,,... rnmnunv. Tills Will
! second shipment of the week
or a pacing,, of good quaiity
uug wax, lor canniuK
t on the market.
Jnyone that has tried it.
PnUonFlV Paper! Ten sheets
!"? ?Sge- B-ch package
will kill a quart of tli-s.
Imported Select Insect Pow
der: the kind that gives sat
isfaction. A 2 ounce package
' A special meeting of Damon lode
I No. 1 will be held In La Dow ball at
l s o'clock to arrange for tho funeral
of our deceased brother, Louis Moll
'terastelll. All members aro reriunst
1 ed to be ptosent.
I K. of It. and h.
! v V. SHARP. C. (
Ail members of Rundlelon Camp
No 41 Woodmen of the World, aro
lenuested to meet in the banquet hall
I of the lodge room at K ociock p. in
to make arrangemenis ior un
of our late neignuor, u
J. H. I.AWREV.
Attest J K. UKAN, Clerk.
Ijespam & Clark have a carload
from California. If your grocerymar.
don't keep tbem. fluu out who does.
They are choice and reatonahh- in
Pairs of New
Do you want to see them?
Glad to show them
I We equip any wheel with host
coaster brake lor fa 5" extra.
I SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES,
A Nice, Jtricy
Steak is UihI the thing
tl,i wiutliT. It i t""
li.,t to r.niHt or boil nn'at
"K'ull or phono
Dlniior Twunty-llvo Gont
From 11.30 a in, to 7 p. 111.
Short orilot'H :i Hpuclullty
Quick, ('oiirteouB Sorvlce
Open all Day aud Night
I T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
F. X. Schcmpp
liar in connecti
Hot. Alta & Webb Ms.
In Center of Illock.
If sou want your houses runted or
your property soiu.
J, C. Swim UOHI , 2JO