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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1903.
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August Bargain Days
REAL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
THE LAST to DAYS OF AUGUST
Shirt Waists, Wrappers, Skirts
! Hosiery and 1000 other things
FrcMi fruit dally at Martin's.
Fresh ranch eggs at Komlor's.
Ladles' liulC soles 40c. Tcutsck's.
For the licit broad, got Hohrman's.
Fresh Huh, game and poultry. Cas
Wanted Machinist and moulder at
Received dally, frosh taniales,
crabs and crawfish at Gratz'B.
Mi I'leforidn, tlio host cigar made,
at IUos' cigar store, Court street.
Don'1 let cigars got the best of you
get the beat of cigars. Haulou's.
Goods that are right at prices that
arc rlshl at Kader's furniture store.
All kinds of Imported and domestic
luactics and clam chowder at Gratz's.
We have fruit jars and fruit jar
extras rubbers, covers, etc. It. Uolir
mac See Charles I.nno about your paint
ing and paper banging; 8U" Viuceut
Are you going camping? U C Na
iler's ramp stools, folding tables and
Good meat In summer must be
taken care of. That's the lciud you
get at Housor's, Alta street, opposite
First premium, $10 mandolin; sec
ond premium, $3 music wrupjicr, given
away with sheet music. Inland Em
pire I'iano House, 001 Main.
Visitors uro always welcome at the
Itoss lec & Cold Storage plant. Come
anil fee for yourself bow the ice Is
made We are always pleased to show
any one ovor tho plant and explain
anything you may not understand.
Dont bo always inking some
one for the rij;lit time, have u
reliable wutuh of yourown. o
matter whut your tiiite, your
needs, your price, v e can anti-sly.
Prices, $t. 25 to $150.00
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Next iloor tu K A1eaml'
TASTE OUR ICE CUE AM AN J)
OIWJNAUY JCJS CUE AM
iS XO LOXCEJi
-JCE CUE AM-
Dont miss it
Fresh fruits at Kemler's.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Are you going to Lehman Springs?
Get your clothes cleaned at Joer
ger's. Why don't you go to Lehman
Now books arriving dally at Fra
zler's book store.
Huy a fountain pen this week at half
pike at Trazler's.
Try the I'alm, 221 Court street,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
Tents, camp stoves, camp stools,
etc., at Rader's Furniture store.
Cioklnole and Carrom board. Im
mense shipment arrived at Knit's.
! Huy sheet music of us and draw a
I prize. Inland Empire Piano House.
1 At and below rost all summer, mil
I llnery, especially patterns. Mrs.
Wanted Plain sewing. Children's
clothing a specialty. Mrs. P. II. Fee,
711 Ann street.
For Kent A furnished house. En
quire of Mrs. Guernsey. Oflleo In
For Kent Good room, corner Main
and Alta. Apply Krasslg & Sharp's,
new barber shop, (145 Main.
New throughout; a good, clean,
smooth shave by competent barbers,
at Krasslg & Sharp's, G4G Main.
Lost A sill; embroidered chatelaine
bag on Main or Jackson street. Please
leave at County Recorder s otllce.
Estimates given on short notice on
1 painting and paper hanging. Charles
Lane, the pioneer painter, 807 Vln
i cent street.
I Prizes awarded when 150 tickets
are given out. Ticket with every 35c
'sale of sheet music. Inland Empire
h you want a good bath, go to
Kriibslg & Sharp's new shop, M5
Main street. They have four new
porcelain tubs. ;
L F. Tomjoly has purchased the
''itonl Restaurant" and Its buslnesh
from Mrs Ida Teft lie will run a
flisioluss establishment In all re
spects Call and see him.
Winter Vaudeville In Walla Walla.
H Nelson, the manager of the
Shields' Park, of this city, went to
Walla Walla this morning where ho
will this afternoon clos-e the lease for
a building to lie used by the circuit
tills winter In giving a winter vaiide
vllle In that city. He will return
here this evening, and If he can make
arrangements for a building In this
rlty will conduct his shows heie all
during H'e winter season.
Will Visit In Illinois.
Mrs W. T. Rlgby. accompanied by
her sister-in-law. Miss Ouve Rlgby.
will leave this evening tor sterling.
III. wheie they will be the guests ot
THE COURTHOUSE HEATING
PLANT BEING OVERHAULED.
Walla Walla Firm Doing the Work
Old Plant Never Gave Satlsfac
tlon Changes Will Result In a
Great Saving of Fuel.
C. Joy and several assistants, are
busy at the courthouse remodeling
the heating system. Tho men arc
the representatives of the George H.
Sutherland Company, of Walla
Walla, and have just finished the
work at tho Hotel Pendleton, where
they have been engaged for some
time in puttlne In a new steam nlant
and pipes for the beating of that
The heating plant at the court
house has never given satisfaction
since It was Installed, and hns been
more of a nuisance than a benefit.
for tho reason that only one or two
of the rooms In the house could be
warmed by tho furnace. lt-Jias been
found necessary to remodel the
whole system In order to got any
work out of tho plant, for tho old
system is so constructed that it can
not be changed in part. It Is now
the intention of those who have the
oversight of the change, to sec
that It Is thorough, and that when
it Is done the house can bo warmed
from top to bottom.
The changes will cost soveral
hundred dollars, but will pay for
themselves In a short time, for It is
much cheaper to heat tho building
with one big fire In the basement
lurnncc than with a small (Ire In
every room In the house.
AGREEMENT IS SIGNED.
Wrestlers Make Terms of Contest
and Deposit One-Half of the
Amount of Bet Today.
F. S. Lewis and Chris Person
signed tho following article of agree
ment governing the wrestling match
to take place Friday night, and de
posited one-half of the bet money
with the East Oregonlan, this morn
ing. Roth contestants nro in the
pink of condition nnd the match
promises to be one of the best exhi
bitions of strength and skill evei
keen in this city.
At the present time Person weighs
11)0 pounds nnd Lewis ISO, but both
men will come on the mat at a
lighter weight than this, as both are
In hard training.
Following is the agreement'
Pendleton, Or., August :iG. '03.
This ngieement Is made between
Chris Person, of Tnconia. and Frank
S. L. Lewis, of Pendleton, In pursu
ance of which both men agree to
meet In a eatch-as-catch-can wrestl
ing match for $100 a side, and entire
gate receipts, at Frazer's theater,
Pendleton, Oregon, on Filday night.
August 28, 1P03.
Terms: To be straight catch-as-catch-can
match, two best out of
tin ce falls, Police Gazette rules to
govern. Rofeiee to be chosen on
night of contest. One hundred dol
lars to be placed on deposit with
East Oregonlan Publishing Compa
ny, balance to bo put up on the night
of contest. (Signed)
F S. LEWiS.
TON AND A HALF OF HONEY.
W. J. Wattemberger of Butter Creek,
Sells It In Washington,
w 1 U'nttemlieriror. of Duller
Creek, was In the city today, having
to turned from his trip into some of
the Washington cities, whero he
went with a lurgo quantity of honey
which he had gatnereu near uib
n.w.h .in ilu ti-p; Same time ago
the gentleman gathered one and a
half tons of honey and started out
, .. cull II III. rnnlil lint diSIIOSO Of it
111 this city and so went to Washing
ton where lie at last sow 111s caigu
of sweets, netting a nice little
piolit for himself.
Suffering With Spinal Disease.
Jlrs. Sludge, wife of the O. II, &
...... nt nt l-vho arrived In the city
yesterday evening with her little
son, IS months old. who is suftHrlng
with spinal meningitis mey art
stopping nt the Strahon lodging
house, and Dr. W. O. Cole is attend
ing the child.
Now Ready for Business,
Wheeler, the photographer, has re
turned from his outing at Hlack
.Mountain, "d is now at 1,18 Btu'J "
ready for the rush or business. His
many friends who have been await
i,r i.ia return, should take advantage
of this opportunity to have Mime
first-class work done.
Formerly of This City.
.Mis K. J. Ilushle and daughter.
..1' . uiui.. .r Portland, formerly of
this city, are at the Hotel St. Ceorge
while Sirs. Uuslilo aucuus w
matters of business connected with
pioperty owned by her here.
Lewiston Interstate Fair, Lewlston,
Idaho, October 26-41, ".
From I'cndleton to Lewlston nnd
return $7.20 tickets on sale October
"Gth to 30th Inclusive, limited to No
vember 2d, '03.
Troutdale has a population of 800
nnd will incorporate.
Not withstanding the fact that manufacturers want more
for all linen and cotton goods, we shall offer while our
present stock lasts, our complete line of HOUSE FURNISH
INGS at the same low prices that have always prevailed
in this department.
Bleached, Unbleached and Colored.
00 inches wide, worth 35 c, our price 23c
04 Inches wide, our price
(14 Inches wide, worth 00c. our price 45c
05 inches wide, worth SOc our price 65c
size, worth $1.23, our price, dozen ....$1.00
?i size, all linen, worm $2.75, our price,
Bleached and Unbleached.
12c kind, our price 10c
15c kind, our price 12ic
Extra large, worth ISc, our price 15c
Extra large, worth 23c. our price 20c
Rath towels, worth SOc, our price 25e
Rath towels, wortb 15c, our price 35c
1Sc kind, our price 15c
25c kind, our price SOc
SOc kind, our price .....25c
3Sc kind, our price 30c
Toweling by tlie Yard
5c kind, our price .' -1c
10c kind, our price 8 1-3c
llUfec and 15c kind, our piire ...2V2c and 10c
25c and ISc kind, our prlco 20c and 15c
With or without fringe 90c to $3.00 each
Outfitters iot Women
To the National Irrigation Congress,
Ogden, Utah, Sept. 15-18, 1903.
Kor the above occasion, the O. H &
N. Co. makes a rale of $23.70 to Og
den and return, or $25.20 to Salt Lake
nnd return. Tickets on salo Septem
ber 12 and 13; final limit October 10,
Photographers' Association of Pacific
Salem, Oregon, September 23-27,
inns niu. ninl n third fare to I'oit-
land for the round trip. Tickets on
...,i cnim..!,..!- n i ' noon io-
i,,,. i., oiii..miif.r rtmii '03. Kor fur
ther particulars, call on or anurous r.
F. Wamsley, agent.
WHAT MADE IT SO?
Many pcopli arc coming In with
tho report that the wheat is bolter
than they thought, largo, plump
and line. Many people are coming
In with the report that the shoes
sold at the big Huston Store are
better than others and they want
r,r tliom Thev nro large.
plump and fine. It Is a fact we do
pay tho manufacturer mure iui u
shoe to soil at a given price than
others Uo. and thus we secure
gi eater value. We sell shoes at
a less oxpeiibe per uonars worm
ii n,t. ntlmr fnnrorll 111 tho
city, and tborcforo wo can afford
to hanule such lines as uie wis
las for men, Gloria for women, and
Hod School House for children.
Douglas Is '.he largest manufac
turer of welt shoes to sell at $3,
$3.50 and $1 In the world, and wo
certainly have a representative
lino, olio that will astonish you.
The (llorla $3.50 shoo for women
is tho best shoo at this prlco sold
the American public today. Wo
find each season an Increaso of
trade-why Is it? Merit that con
firm buying opinion. Rood wear
combined with good looks and
comfort. Ob yes, we must not
overlook the Ued 8. H. sb e
They fit the school boys a m b .
... ......io r.- nncli. I believe
vo imv" mini" - . .,
you bad better get the next pair
1111: HOSTON STOKI5.
It Pays to Trade at
I OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT I
1 Is a Leading Feature I
of Our Store
' National Encyclopedia 1.65
$ Large Edition Kidpath's Mb-
tory of the United States 1.05
1 J0SEPHUS Complete Works
;:; Nice Edition $i.ia
Large Size, Webster's School
t and Olllce Dictionary, 75o
Wild Animals I Have Mot, by
Seymour, Beautiful Edition 1.1'J
": President Iioosevelts Books
The Ladles' New Medical
v Schoufeld Legal Forms and
S Compendium of Laws, Sheep
p Skin Binding, $1.95
1 THE NOLF STORE
Full Line of School Books and
IS THE CHEAPEST
Hear this I" mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Iv'ire for our cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
17-129 Kast Alta St
Agent for lake's Lice Killer
Mloon Ascension ;;1
2 yards wide, worth 22c. our price 20e
24 ynrds wide, worth 2o, our price , 23c
2l yanls wide, worth 3iic. our price 26c
I53(l Inchon, worth 15c, our price I2iac
I'.'xltli Inches, worth IS'ic, our prlco 10c
Ready Made Sheets
2WiiVi yards, worth 70c, our price 55c
SvStV ynrds. worth S0e. our price ...... 65c
Lonsdale .Muslin worth 10c. our prlco .... 7c
aoineli good blenched Muslin ,,, 5e
Plain and Fancy Stripe.
32 Inches wide, worth 12Vfcc, our prlco. toe
88 Inches wide, worth ISc, our price 15c
Carta In Swiss and Screen
SO Inches wide 10c and 17c kind, our
price 8 1-3c and 6c
30 Inches wide 33 l-3e and 20c kind,
our price 25c and 15c
A new stock of Ecru and White, in new and
dainty patterns. A few one and two
pair lots, at
We Can Mend It
Wo have purchased tho Wltnoo
lllcyclo and Itepalr Shop nnd
am prepared to make nulck ro
palrs and guarantee our work.
We repair bicycles, sowing ma.
chinos and other light machin
ery, do brazing and other re
pairing. Wo nro agor.ts for
three makes of wheelu that
have met tho test and proved
their worth. They nro
and THE CRAWFORD,
If you are going to huy a
wheel, come around and look
at our wheels beforo you pur
chase your wheel.
Gordan & Edmisten
311 EAST COURT STREET.
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of
Fouudry Work a Specialty
Cas'i paid for old caBttngs
Pendleton, - Oregon!
ou. mmjI hait lii tha world.
bars. Price, 1 per bar, at the tl