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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1903.
August Bargain Days
WEATHER HAS BEEN
IDEAL SO FAR.
No Showers Have Delayed Cutting
Grain Nearly All First Grade
No Smut to Speak of Help Plen
tiful. j REAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
inc. lm! u DAYS OF AUGUST
f V I M I n 1 1 P flT nil r nnatw !. ..4..4.. . . .-.-- . . Thyt
i Shirt Waists, Wrappers, Skirts
! Hosiery and 1000 other things
b i Phi, fruit daily nt Martin's.
,ri li ranch eggs nt Kemlor's.
tor the best liread, got Hohrninu's.
i.Tfsii fish, game nud poultry. Cas
tle Wuii'ed Machinist and moulder at
lum, Olovo Foundry.
lie tlved dally, fresh taniales,
rat and crawfish at Gratz's.
M I'referhlu, the best cigar made,
l Hci5 cigar Elnre, Court street.
rinn' lot cigars got the best of you
- get he best of cigars. Hanlon's.
Hoods that ate right at prices that
nr ifht ut nailer's furniture store.
Alt iilnds of Imported and domestic
lum lie and clam chowder at Grate's.
We have fruit Jars and fruit Jar
estr nitibors, covers, etc. H. Kohr
mac Stv Charles Lnno about your paint
lux ml paper hanging; SO" Vincent
At joii going camping? U G Ha
de amp stools, loldinc tables and
eanij i uppltos
uoc.1 meat In summer must bo
take' 'nro of. That's the Kind you
get Housor's. Alia street, opposite
promium $10 mauiliilln; sec
ond priiiilttin, $3 music wrnpiior, given
awa with sheet music. Inland Em
lilrr Piano House, !I01 Mulu.
Visitors uro always welcome at the
Hoss Ice & Cold Storage plant. Come
and see tor yourself how the Ico Is
maib Wc are always pleased to bIiow
any oik over the plant and explain
anything you may not understand.
Ilout be always ic-klnj; miiiio
me for the right time, have 11
reliable wtch of yniirnwu.
matter wlmt your ttvte, "ur
needs, your price, we can satisfy.
Prices, $ J. 25 to $ J 50.00
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Next door to It Alexander
TASTE OTJ1 rOti CJiEAM AND
OHDJXAliY ICE CJiEAM
fS jXO LOXGEJi
TCE CUE AM
WE USE FANNINGS SPRING
WATER AT OUR FOUNTAIN
The old reliable Log Cabin Soda Fountain is serving
the purest and host of everything
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Dont mi s it
Fresh fruits at Kemlor's,
See Sharp for paper hanging
Hest shoe work at Teutsch's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Smokers' supplies at Neuuiau's
Ladles' half soles 40c. Teutsch's.
Are you going to Lehman Springs?
Gel your clothes cleaned at Joer
ger's. Why don't you go to Lehman
New books arriving dally at Fra
zler'K book store.
Iluy a fountain pen this week at half
price at Frazior's.
Letter seals and scaling wax, n new
lot. latest styles. Nolf's.
Try the Palm, 221 Court street,
for nuts, candies and fruits.
Tents, camp stoves, camp stools,
etc., at Itader's Furnlturo store.
liny sheet music of us and draw a
prize. Inland Empire I'lano House.
At and below cost all summer, mil
linery, especially patterns. Mrs.
j If you want a good bath, go to
Krassig & Sharp's new shop, 0 in
Lost A bunch of keys at Shield's
Park, ltoturn to this ofllee and re
For Kent A tarnished house. En
quire of Airs. Guernsey. Office hi
For Hent Good room, corner Main
and Alta. Apply Krassig & Sharp's,
new barber Bhop, (ilo Main.
New throughout: a good, clean,
smooth shave by competent barbers,
nt Krassig & Sharp's, Ctr. Main.
Lost A silk embroidered chatelaine
bag on .Main or Jackson street. Please
leave at County Recorder's office.
Prizes awarded wheu 150 tickets
are given out. Ticket with every 35c
salt of sheet music. Inland Empire
Lost On Main or Court streets, a
gold locket with a diamond set. Find
er will be liberally lewarded by re
turning to -101 Court street.
Lost A star-shnped pin set with
diamond chips, with diamond In cen
ter. Lost between Catholic church
and 702 West Webb. A liberal re
ward to finder. Apply East Oregonian
Advertising Car. (
The second advertising cur of the
Campbell Brothers' shows (which
will show In this city on the I!9th) Is
In town today, and the men hi charge
me engaged In advertising the show. I
Noted Palmist and Clairvoyant in.
Count I'ulaskl, known as the l'ol
Ish Wonder, lias engaged rooms at'
the Strahon lodging house, where he
can be consulted on all affairs of life
The French national day at the St.
louls World's Fair In 1U04. will be
The harvest season In Umatilla
county has been Ideal so far. Not a
shower of rain has delayed the com
bines since the wheels first liegan to
turn, about two weeks ago.
In every direction from this citv
van uu lounu me iiiirv hnrvnst rmvs ,
tnmmlnc down thn
wheat, at the rate of from 25 to o0
acres per day. The warm weather has
ripened the fields very fast, and per
haps not In the history of the county
has the harvest season boon so uni
formly favorable to cuttlnq grain with
Where there Is n hoavv dew. or
where it showers occasionally. It de-!
lays the machines for a time In the
early morning, while tho sun Is dry-
is on me straw. This season, It has
been possible to run early and late, i ;
wiuioui a moment s delay on account
of the weather.
In some localities tho dust Is very
bad, which hinders the giant ma
chines somewhat, and is very oppres
sive on men and teams. While the
weather has not been extremely hot.
except on one or two days. It has
been warm enough to prepare the
crops for a clean threshing by drying
out the straw and bends of grain per
fectly. Harvest Is now fully half done, ami
the yield Is running higher in almost
every locality than wns predicted at
the time harvest began. At Athena.
Adams, Helix, Weston, Fulton and
other wheat centers of tho county,
the averages are running from 25 to
35 bushels per acre. In tho Tututlla
district, the yield was not so heavy,
but the light crop area Is very Insig
nificant, compared to the totnl wheat
growing acreage of the county Some
few crops have been threshed wl.ich
turned oft' but 15 bushels, but so many
more have yielded 10 and 45. that the
average has been more than main
tained. One feature of the crop this year
Is worth of especial mention, and
that Is the high grade of the grain.
There is scarcely any shriveled
wheat, or smutty wheat in any of the
fields. The grain is all full and plump
and will bring the top price In mar
ket. There will bo but a very small
proportion of second-grade wheat to
pull down the Income this year
Help has been plentiful, and tery
few breakdowns have been reported.
The introduction of the combined har
vester has simplified the grain har
vest question In this county until It
is of no more unusual concern than
the seeding of one of the large farms.
Almost every largo farmer in the
county has enough men and teams
on ills premises to operate a com
bined harvester, and the old question
of labor and the delay In waiting for
the stationary machine has been over
come to n large extent As the small
er machines come into use. each fur
mer will be equipped with a harvester
of his own and the threshing ot Umu
tilla's Immense wheat crop will be re
duced to a system second to none In
the wheat countries of the world
ANNUAL STAG PARTY
Steps Are Delng Taken for This Im
portant Social Event.
Home of tho ex-facto bachelors of
tho city are becoming anxious as to
the arrangements for the annual ban
quet of the deserted husbands of tile
city, which' takes place each year at
the I'endleton. Those in the city
who aie eligible to seats ut th ban
quet table are afraid If Immediate
steps are not taken to hold the feast
that their wives will return from the
coast and tlioir mcmliorslilp in the
cult will thus become null and void.
As the banquet Is the principal
strictly "stag" dinner of the season
I hero Is grounds for the anxiety, and
It Is understood thnt steps aie being
taken for tho promotion of the ccle
R. W. Semple Seeks the Management
of Property Valued at $3,014.
In the matter of the estate of V.
W. Semplo, deceased, It. W. Semplu.
Sr., tho father of the deceased, todaj
petitioned the probate court that let
ters of administration be Issued him.
The estate consists of real and per
sonal property, and notes to the value
of Sa.OH.r.O. nil held in tills county
The court ordered that as soon as
the petitioner flies his bona lor ..uui
letters be Issued to him. The bond
has not yet been tiled, but will be In
the course of a day or so
Lane, the pioneer
pauue., .... wu-
vote for . . to sell tickets for Frazer's
Opera House for the coming year. This coupon mu.t be voted at
the Ea Oregonian by 7 o'clock Friday evening, August 21.
Music, 2 Balloon Ascensions, Races
EVERY DAY is
in every do;artmt'iit ami
the BIGGEST and most
We arc now showing heavy Mercerized Marseilles
inches wide at 37 I -2c to $t.00
The Celebrated Boulevard Velvets in MctaH'c Dots and Per
sian Effects at 75c to $1.00 per yard
New Designs in Flannelettes for Kimonas and Wrapper, this week 2 t-2c
In tho ART DEPARTMENT we have Silk Down l'illows for cushions, all
sizes, new designs in them, s-tilrhed Doilies and Centre Pieces ami Foft Pillow
Daily Arrivals of New Fall Waistings
Outfitters lot Women
POSSIBLE TO CONTINUE
SHOWS DURING WINTER.
Only Doubt of There Being Continu
ous Vaudeville is That of Securing
a Suitable Building Pendleton Will
Be on a Winter Circuit With Spo
kane and Walla Walla.
Kroui the appearance of tilings ut
tills time it would seem that there
would be a continuous vaudeWlle In
the'clty during all or the winter sea
bon. The Shield's circuit has been
proven to bo such a paying thing
that the management lias decided to
carry tho sho on through the win
ter as well ut, the summer, and with
tills end In view Is huvlug buildings
built In Portland and Spokane, and
negotiations ate under way In Walla
Walla and the other towns of the cli
cult looking to either the renting or
tho purchase of places for tho amuse
liiout of the people during the com
Tho matter is settled In Portland
and Spokane, and Is as good as set
tled in Walla Walla; but In this place
It Is yet undecided for the reason
ii.i ti.r is no building available
fur ili nuruuse. Mauager Nelson Is
' '.,.' .lur,k,K tills place
rontnmplallng the erection
blluiul.s, an,i is in hoi that he
w)) Mv Q ,iavo u guiding by the
t(mt t,ia( it. ralll ,rw. mm from the
.... a.i)U(ct, ruf , t,arl,
labor day now with our entire
1 i . ' I 1 r
get tint: ready to place before our p
complete stock of hiiili class n
It Pays to Trade at
This is a locution that would Ut pre
ferred by Mr. Nelson to any that ho
eis open to lilm at this time, and ho
is In hopes of securing It: but
whether or not lit- gits that place he
will get ionic Btillnblo house If It I
M)8sible. and will carry on i.h- work
that has been Btarlod here In the
same manner and with the same class
of shows that has been had In Hie
Card of Thanks.
1 wish to express my tliunks
thuKu who assisted me In my late be
reavement In the loss of my wife
J A 1I1IOOKS
WHAT MADE IT SO?
Mnuj pi-opli are coming In with
the reKrl that the wheat is hotter
than they thought large plump
and line Many people are coming
in wUh tho reKirt that the shoes
sold at the big Iloston Store ate
lii-tier than others and they want
wine of them. They art Urge.
..lump und fine. It Is a fa t w.- do
pay the manufacturer more fur a
shoe to sell at a given price than
others no, and thus we secure
greater value. We sell "hoes at
n less expense per dollar's worth
than any other concern In the
city, and therefore wo ran afford
to liauule such lines as tho Doug
las for men, Olorla for women, and
lied School Home for children.
Douglas Is the largest manufar
Hirer of welt shoes to sell ut 3,
3 SO and $1 In the world, and wo
certainly havo a representative
Hue. one that will astonish you
The Olorla I3.W shoe for women
Is the best shoo at this price sold
the American public today We
find each season an Increase or
trade -why Is It? Merit that con
firms buying oplulon. (lootl wear
. ,.n.i,ln...l wlib kikmI look ami
.umfurt Oh e. w. must not
ourlook the Itod S. II. hie
They fll tho school bo) and girls
it- I,,,.., ii,,,u for each. I believe
you had better get the uext pair
1IIU IJOSION srowi.
force rectivinc new goods
0 . . "
inuroiis and tlto trade
merchandise wo have
guaranteed to wash, 33
OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT!
f Is a Leading Feature
! of Our Store
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I I V,1Mj, Ul.lmliVft Tllfl. tfl
turyof ILo United States 1,05
J0SEPHUS Complete Work
Nice Ktlltlon $1.45
Large Size, Webster's School
and Ottlco Dictionary, 75c
Wild Animals 1 Have Met, by
Seymour.Beautll'ul Edition 1.19
President Koosevelts Books p
1 The Ladles' New Medical
I Schoufeld Lesal Forms and
Compendium of Laws, Sheep
Skin Binding, $1.05
j THE NOLF STORE
Full Line or School Books and
i School Supplies
IS THF. CHEAPEST
Pear this In mind when you
need poultry and stock nupplle
t ami al, lor mo imBruuuui
J I'ouliry and Slock xxl Um
I Ko Kurc for your cow trou-
; C. P. Golesworthy
Agent for Lee's Lice KlUer