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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1903)
DAILY EA8T 0REG0N7AN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. 190J.
lUgust Bargain Days
SAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
THE LAST JO DAYS OF AUGUST
hirt Waists, Wrappers, Skirts
losiery and 1000 other things
Dont ml s it
Comer Main and Alta
milt dully at Martin's.
ranch eggs at Keinlcr's,
Lie best broad, got Itohrman's.
nah Rnmo and poultry. Cas-
leu Miicninisi ami muiuuui ui
(veil dally, fresh tauiaies,
Cud rawfish at Gratz's.
rcffilda, the bust cigar made,
gar store, Court sireei.
i, t i icnrs not the best of you
aic best of cigars. Hanlon's.
,i,nf mi- rieht at nrlces that
Bit a Itador's fuinltuio store.
IIiuIj of Imported and domestic
l and clam ciiowuer at unuz b.
have fruit lars and fruit jar
rubbers covers, etc. H. 'Itohr-
Bha'-les Lane about your paint-!
paper hanging, 80 Vincent i
u noliih camping? U C Ita-1
Inn ..'..01 roiuiug minus uuu
lll IK'B !
...ii in summer must be '
.if Tiint K tho kind you '
Houser'.., Alta street, opposite 1
Mifiitnliim $ II) mandolin: sec-
tmium, $3 music wrapper, given '
run Mieol music, luinud i-in-
kuio House, nni Main.
br are always welcome at tho
& Cold Storage plant. Come
fill- Vlllll'Kolf how tho Ico Is
E arc nlwnvs nloused to show
Be over tho plant and explain
ng you may not uuuersiunu.
Diuit be always u-.kiiiK hiiiiu
le for the riiflit time, have a
liable watch of yourowii. No
litter what your taste, your
eil, your price, we can huiiiiY.
Ices, $i.25 to $t 50.00
EWELER and OPTICIAN
Next door to K Alexnmh r
Fresh fruits at Kcmler's.
See Sharp for paper hanging
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Smokers' supplies at Neumau's
Are you going to Lehman Springs?
Get your clothes cleaned at Jocr
ger's. New books arriving daily at Frn
zler's book store.
Iluy a fountain pen this week at half
price at Frazier's.
Try the Palm, 221 Court street,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
New York, Chicago and Spokane
dally and Sunday papers. Nolfs.
Buy sheet music of us and draw a
prize. Inland Umpire Piano House.
At and below cost all summer, mil
iluery, especially patterns. Mrs.
If you want a good bath, go to
Krasslg & Sharp's new shop, 015
Lost A bunch of keys at Shield's
Paik. Upturn to this office aud re
For Kent A furnished house. En
quire of Mrs. Guernsey. Olllce In
For llent Good room, corner Mnln i
and Alta. Apply Krasslg & Sharp's,
new barber shop, 045 Main.
New throughout; a good, clean,!
smooth Bhavo by competent barbers, I
at Krasslg H Sharp's, 045 Main. I
Lost A silk embroidered chatelaine '
bag on Mnln or Jackson street. Please
leave at County Recorder's office. 1
Estimates given on short notice on j
painting nud paper hanging. Charles
Lane, the pioneer painter, S07 Vin
cent street. !
Prizes awarded when 150 tickets (
arc given out. Ticket with every S5c
sale of sheet music Inland Empire
Piano House. i
Lost On Main or Court streets, a
gold locket with a diamond set. Find-1
er will be liberally rewarded by re-
tinning to 101 Court street.
Lost A star-shaped pin set with
diamond chips, with diamond in cen-j
te i- Lost between Catholic cuurcn
and 702 West Webb. A liberal re
ward to finder. Apply Kast Orcgonlnn
Farm at Foster Sold.
S Itothchlld. as trustee lor Walter
W and Johanna Itothchlld, has sold
to C II. Wade lor $l,3m the north
half of the southwest quarter, and
the north half of the southeast quarts-
or section 32, in township 4 north
or range 30. containing 150 ncres more
or less, adjacent to the town or Foster
Returned From Lehman Springs.
S It. Thompson and family return- j
cl home this morning from an outing .
at Lehman Springs. There Ib still a
large crowd of guests at Lehman and
wnlle the nights are beginning to get
cool everyone Is having an enjoyable (
(Inn m this popular resort
TASTE Olr J I ICJC CHIC AM ASJJ
ORMNAJtY ICJC CHIC AM
IS NO LONGJCH
WE USE MANNINGS Sl'KING
WATER AT OUR FOUNTAIN
llie old reliable Log Cabin Soda Fountain is Eervinj.'
the purest and bst ot owrvimug
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
OS 8top Iron. Mnln Street ..,.! Co," t """""
WATER SYSTEM WILL
BE LEFT FIRST-CLASS.
When the Present Repairs Are Com
pleted and the Reservoir Scoured
and Repaired the Water Will Be as
Fine as Any In the State, an
Greatly Increased In Volume.
G. N. Miller, the city engineer, Is
about done with the enlargement of
the water system, and In a few days
will have his men nt work cleaning
up the reservoir on top of the hill
southeast of tho city.
Tho new intako plpo Is all laid and
Is (lowing full of wntcr. There Is
1.100 feet of tho new pipe, and it
yields 1,500,000 gallons of water in
each 24 hours. It joins the old pipe
several hundred feet nhovo tho well,
and together they pour over 2,000,000
gallons into the well each day.
For several days the fire englno
has lieon at work pumping wnter out
or the well In order to keep tho men
from being flooded out of tho trenches
ns they worked on the pipes. When
all the work Is done on tho plio lino
and the water Is allowed to accumu
late in the well, there will be from
10 to 14 feet of water therein nil of
Mr. Miller has iiersonally superin
tended tho laying of tho line, nnd all
ot the work has been done with the
purpose In view of getting the best
nnd the most water that was possible.
The entire cost of the Improvement
will bo $2,000, which ill comparison
with similar work done In other
jlates is remarknbly cheap.
The water as It comes Into the
pipes is filtered through over six feet
of solid, clean gravel, and Is ns clear
and sparkling as the water from a
mountain spring. The supply now
obtained is more than Is needed by
tlie city, and will bu sufficient for
some years to come. At the Juncture
of tho two pipe lines the engineer
has built a brick well or manhole,
which will give the management of
the company access to the lines at all
times. At this place there aro also
the gates for the pipes with which to
regulate the supply.
As soon as the pipe lines have been
finished and all of the construction
work has been done, which time will
be by the middle of the week, the
management of tho water company
will clean the reservoir and make
auy repairs that are needed for the
year to come. The inside of the big
lake on the hill will be gone over'
thoroughly, and when the men are I
finished with their work It will be as
clean and bright as a new plate At
the same time all cracks In the ma
son worl; will be filled, and eery (
thing put In ship-shape order. At the
same time the machinery and all the
paraphernalia at the pumping station
will be overhauled and cleaned, and
the wells will be cleared out so that
the system, from the headgates of the
Intake to the faucets In the homes of
the consumers, will be in as good
shape us care and work can make It
All or the work will be done before
the rains set In. and ready lor the
long pull of this winter and the coin-,
Visiting Editor. ,
George A. Scihlrd, one of the edl- j
tors and proprietors of the Union
in (I,.. .Inv I,, till. Ml VI
looking over the business prospects.
He is well pleased wun ine uppeai-
nnce of Pendleton, ami goes nure "
his home town with a still better
opinion of the matchless resources
and wealth of Oregon. Mr. SHI
Is a late arrival from Colorado, and
with Mr. Glover purchased the Union
Republican some three months ago
They have niado many substantial
..,.,.n.,tu In the miner since tak-
1111(11 V, ,-,..W.VW .-- .
lug charge. He leturned home on the i
Opera House Improvements. I
The workmen have finished the j
lining or the Interior or tho opera f
house, and are now nt worl: on the
hallways and outside rooms. lhe
whole Interior has been tinted old ,
rose on tho ceilings uiul u deeper red
on the walls, making a w)
feet when me lights are on. The
scenery Is buing painted and wi. all
be in the city and in place by the
time the opera house will be needed
for the first piay. ,
Consecration of Bishop. i
Invitations have been sent to the
which will take place at Portland on
August 25. Hlshop O'lle l will bo
located permanently at linker C j.
...in lmve chaw of the new
bishopric of Eastern Oiegon
. . n n..i.f.ll,Hi Car.
The private car of John O. llocku
feller Is expected to bo on O H. r.
rain No.' 1, at 8:15 tomorrow morn
ng He Is on a tour of pleasure and
business, to Include all the Pacific
Outing at Meaeharn.
Kev Robert Warner and fainll).
now enjoying an outing at Meeham.
are expected home about the middle
of next week.
A marriage license was Issued this
morning to Miss Catherine h. Hock
and Charles 11. Nelson. Iloth of the
parties are residents of Athena.
Music, 2 Balloon Ascensions, Races
EVERY DAY is labor day now with our entire force rec-iving new goods
in every doiartnu'iU and U 'tttn; ready to placo before our patrons and the trade
the BIGGEST and most complete stock of high class merchandise we have
We arc now showing heavy Mercerized Marseilles guaranteed to
inches wide at 37 I -2c to $1.00 per yard
The Celebrated Boulevard Velvets in A.etall'c Dots and Per
sian Effects at 75c to $1.00 per yard
New Designs In Flannelettes for Kimonas and Wrappers, this week 2 I -2c
In the VRT DKI'AKTMENT we have Silk Down Tillows for cushions, all
size?, new designs in them, stitched Doilies and ('outre Pieces ami eoft Pillow
Daily Arrivals of New Fall Waistings
It Pa s to Trade at
The Peoples' Warehouse I
Outfitters for Women and Men.
AT SHIELDS' PARK.
Grand Drawing Will Take Place After
the Program Tonight.
The Brand drnliiB will take placu
at Shields' I'ark tonltihl. following the
proKiuiu. The past week has been
unusually InteivstliiK nnd a larccr
number of tickets have been nlven i
out than last week.
Manager Nolson announce the,
lollowliiK numlMirs for lieyt week'g
pi (ki am:
Stanley and Scanlon. numlcal
hlietch ai lists.
The HronsoiiH, comedy nketcli nr
Mr. Sliimis. cartoonist and ready
Will Murray will sIhk the lllus
.Vow pictures on tho polyscope
The comedy and musical artists
and tho cartoonist come highly
doihcil from the Walla Walla park
Mr Sliiims. the cartoonist, or ready
sketch maker Is especially worthy of
mention and has been a drawlni!
card wherever be has appeared
out of three rails for a side bet nnd
winner take all the Rate receipts If
Mr. Lowls so desires. IMense limeil
this In your paper and obllue
Thoro Is now at my place on Mead
ow creek. Union rounly one hup
orrl work horse, In or 12 years old
White fclrlpe In race, wllh collar ami
saddl arks. Owner will pleuse
come and net him anil pay the bill
A II St'NDKIl.M AN
I'llol Itnck Ol
Ladies' half soles 10c. Tcutsch's.
FRAZIER SELLS TICKETS.
Contest for Privilege Ended Last
What dcwilo)oil Into one of the
most Interesting coupon contests ever
stnrtod In this city, ended last night
when U (5. Krazler was declared to
have won the privilege of selling
tickets ror 1'raz.er's oiern house ror
the coining year
The contest was opened Monday
evening" aud ended at " o'clock last
night Mr Krazler was found to hnv
the largest number of voles 1.S2S.
and was given the privilege of haudl
lug the tickets. The patrons of he
opera house will therefore remember
the place. The season opens on Sep
tember 1 with the pi escalation of
Hall Cable's masterpiece The bns
LEWIS IS CHALLENGED.
Montana Man Would Wrestle the
Second "Terrible Turk."
Kallspel. Mont.. Aug 20. - -(To Hie
Editor) I herewith challenge Pro
fessor V. S. Lewis for a catch-as
catch-can wrestling match best two
WHAT MADE IT SO?
Many people are coming In with
the iciHirt that the wheat I- letter
than they thought, large, plump
and tine Many people nr lug
In wl'h the report that the shoes
sold ut the big lloston Store are
heifer than others and they want
some of them They are large
plump and line. It Is a fac t we do
pay the manufacturer more ror a
shoe to sell at a given prbe than
oilier no. and Ihus we eciire
gieuier iilue We sell shoes at
a b-ss expense per dollar's worth
than any other concern In "ie
city, and therefore, wo lan afford
i.. ii., ..,.i uufli linen ns tho Doug
las for men, (llorla for women, and
Red School House for children.
Douglas is the largent maniiw
liner of welt shoo to sell nt $3.
$S.',o and il In the world, and we
certainly have a representative
Hue one that win asionisu you.
The flloila 3M shoo for women
Is the best shoo ut this price soni
the American public today Wo
llml each seuson an Increase of
trade why Is It? Merit that con
(Inns buying opinion flood car
.oinblned wl'h good look- an'1
lomfort Oh yes. wi must not
overlook the Ited H H h.M'S.
They lit the school hoys und girls
Vi Have kinds ror eac h I Mlcve
you had bitter get the not pair
i hi; iiosroN siohi:.
min Rnnl I1FPARTMFNT 1
uunuuun uli himi iliii x
I Is a Leading Feature
? of Our Store
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IS THE CHEAPEST
Hear this In mind when you
need (siultry und stock supplies
nnd nl for the International
I'miiny and Stock Food Vt
Kow K'ire for your cow trou
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