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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1903.
The Peoples greatest Outfitters
copaiSHT J9M or
6. FISCHER Co
lexanaer s :
rHREE-BUTTON DOUBLE- BWLUl S.IIUV. lit V .
IREASTED SACK SUIT.
SIX DELEGATES TO THE
Death of Dr. Hayes, the Well Known
Practitioner Visitors From Port,
land, Arlington, Nebraska and Other
Distant Points Have Returned Home
Rev. Glbbs is Threatened With
IyOU ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE? Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
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ITHE GROUSE SEASON
Opens Saturday, August the flrs , and
you will ncd a new gun and ammuni
tion. Wo have tho flnost lino In the city
of double barrel shotguns and ropeat
ors. Call and examine our lino before
purchasing, as wo can save you
THOMPSON HARDWARE Co. !
G21 Main St. Headquarters for fishing supplies J
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HAVE YOU TRIED
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COSTA RIGA COFFEE in one nound PaokaceB
JAVA & MOCHA COFFEE in one pound packages
iplces, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder
I tret n pack-
,froui your gro
Mnd if it is not
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Insist on Getting 4,THE GOLD LEAF BRAND'
fRTLAMD COFFEE & SPICE Co.,
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Our GOLD MJAF
absolutely pure and
the REST GOODS
Marble and Cranite
MONUMENTS, HFAPSTONK-i, COP.
1NU8 ANI BUILDING HfONK
Wo uo our own work and guarantee the 'same at
lowest price. Estimates given on all kinds of Cut
Htonc. We nave a largo stock anil would be pleas
ed to havo you examine It. :
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
Main Stroot Pendleton, Oregon
Near O. R. 1 N. Depot
BKANCHiSdOP AT IIEPPNKK, OliK.
Training school fur teachers courses ar
ranged cspeclHlly lor training teachers lit
all branches of the profession. Most ap
proved methods lor graded and ungraded
work taught In actual dl.t'let school. The
demand for graduates of this school as
teachers, fat excecdB tho supply The
training department which conil'ts of a
nine grade public school of about 'HO puolls
Is well equipped In all Ub Branches includ
ing Lloyd Music, Drawing and Physical
training. The Normal couisn tbo best and
qulckst way to State certificate. Fall Urm
opens September 'JJ. for Caialosuo or In
formation address 1J D. Kessler, Pres.
Or J. N. llutler, Hoc
COE COMMISSION CO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $300,000.00
ico, New York null Mhineniiolis nuotntions received direct at the
eton office over the best extensive private wire system in the world.
NCCl ISO National and State HdnU
0 Pendleton Savings Dank
120 Court Street
B. E. KENNEDY, Mgr.
Millon, Ore., Sept. 1. Rev. D. C.
Sanderson and wife, Rev. Charles Sic
Caughoy and wife, and Mr. N. T. Wa
nda and wife left today for Spokane
to attend conference.
Miss Kathlyn Dickie returned yes
terday from a few days camping and
has resumed her duties again nt the
Mrs. E. n. George has gone to Spo
kane to visit nor son, Edgnr. She
was accompanied by her daughter,
It. C. Bender, who has been hero
visiting It. E. Bean, of tho O. R. & N.
depot, has returned to' his home at
Miss Florence Klllian, who has
been here visiting her aunt, Mrs.
George Ireland, has returned to her
homo at Vansyclc.
Mrs. ,T. K. Earby arrived hero Sun
day from Arlington and Is visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'William
Lloyd, four miles north of town. Mrs.
Early was formerly Miss Mollle Hurl
hurt 'and lived hero soveral years.
Her many friends nre pleased to see
Harry It. Hoguc, of tho Elam Hard
waio Co., spent Sunday nt Walla
Mrs. .1. T. Mcllae, of Walla Walla,
came out yesterday to see her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McQuary.
She returned homo this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hoon, of Pasco,
are spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Hoon.
Miss Maggie Homlne arrived here
Sunday from her homo at Albany and
is a guest of her sister. Mrs. II. .1.
Miss Lucy Plants, who has been
here visiting her brother, Mr. L. II.
Plants, left this morning for Spokane
to visit anothpr brother. Her nephew.
Conley Plants accompanied her.
Mrs. Anna Wormlngton, alter vis
iting a few days with her niece, Mrs.
l.enora Storm, returned to her home
at Walla Walla this morning.
Funeral services will bo held to
morrow afternoon, and the woodmen
of the World, of which he was a mem
ber, will have charge of the burial
serviros. The deceased carried $1,000
insurance in the Woodmen order.
Mrs. J. S. Richey went to Walln
Walla today to do some shopping.
"Aunt" Muttio Hoon, of near Walla
Wnlla, Is here today visiting friends.
Forty Gallons Huckleberries.
Mr. anil Mrs. William Wormlngton
and Mrs. S. E. Mclntyre came home
Saturday from the Blalock mountain,
whence they went to gather huckle
berries. They picked 40 gallons.
Returned to Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dlttelirandt,
who have been here spending the
summer with their son, Dr. M, Dltte
lirandt. departed today for their homo
ut Nebraska City.
Threatened With Typhoid.
Itev. G. II. Glbbs came home last
night from Idaho quite 111 unci Is
threatened with an attack of typhoid
Henry .Morrison anil Mrs. S. 15. But
ler, two of Milton's popular citizens
were married last night at Pendleton.
They will return to Milton tonight
nud will reside thii-c miles south of
Death of Dr. Hayes.
Dr. J. L. Hayes died ut his home in
this city yesterday afternoon after a
lingering Illness of typhoid fever.
Several weeks ago the doctor was
taken very 111, and all medical aid
was of no avail and ho finally suc
cumbed to tho dreaded disease. Ho
came hero soveral years ago from
Genesee, Idaho, and engaged In tho
dentistry business. Ho leaves u wl'.j
and seven children to mourn Ills
Where Racing Will Be Good.
Visitors to tho Oregon stato fair
this fall will witness tho greatest rac
ing over seen in tho state. Salem
business men havo raised n purse of
$2,000 for 2.17 pacers to be raced for
on Snlem day, which has 30 horses
entered. Those horses aro from, tho
best stables In Oregon, Washington,
Idaho, California and Montana, and
It Is expected at least 20 of them will
start, furnishing tho largest field ot
high-class horses ever seen on a track i
on tho Pacific coast. Portland, too. '
has contributed a purso of $2,000 for ,
2:20 trotters to be raced for on Port-1
land day. This race has 27 horses
entered, of which most of them will ,
start, making two of the greatest rac-1
Ing events ovor hold this siuo of tho
Rocky mountains. If you aro fond of
high-class racing, uon't miss seeing
these two events.
A. Solbcrg, of Spokane, has been
fined heavily for running an unsani
tary dairy, In the city limits.
DESPA1N k CLARK
SALE GROCERY AND
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Alain 1741
STANDARD GROCERY Co
We are the siandaid (or
quality in groceries and truits
of all kinds. Puces such as
will hold your trade. None
better at any priie,
MonopolH ,rociir- Court Hti.e
ts an ordeal which nit
women approach with
indescribable four, for
nothing compares with
the pain and horror of
. .1 . . , , . V.U1IU-UUW1. 1 lie 1 iioutXllt,
of the suffering and danger in store for lur, robs the expectant mother
of all pleasant anticipations of the coming event, nnd casts over her a
shadow of gloom which cannot be sh.dn ,(T. Thousands of women
have found that the use of Atotltcr's Prlend during pregnancy robs
confinement of all pain and danger, and i.isutes hafcty to life of mother
and child. I his scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at the
time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Prieiid
carry women safely through the perils of child-bitth, but its tuc
gently prepares the system for the coming cvcnl prevents "mornin '
miuiunb vi mis penou. wWajT
containing valuable information free.
Tho Brodfiold Regulator Co., Atlnntn, Ga.
NEW FALL GOODS
Our stock In nil lines is filling up
with nlro new fall goods, and is al
most cofplete In every part of tho
store. This week we will make a ills
play of the nicest walstings and dress
goods wo havo ever carried. Give us
a call anil look through our lines.
I'lne French flannel wnlstings, all
colors. fiOc yard.
Fine wool Clutllles with satin
stripes, all colors, 7Hc yard.
White mercerized cheviot waist
lugs, 25c yard.
While mercerized walstings, novul
ty patterns, GOc yard.
Whlto woolen wnlstings, novelty de
signs and weaves, GOc yard.
New styles while goods in wool
with dots nnd figures, fiOc yard.
Ktanilncs In several colors and
weights, GOc, OOo anil $1.
Zibellues In all colors and quali
ties, GOc, COe. !)()c up to $1.7G yard.
All tho new slurf Is found here, and
our prices are the lowest.
Call at tho store to so our SATUR
The Place to Save Money
rll K QUKKK HOTEL. Oleau
I comfortable rooms fiom
1 cents up. Newly furnished
throughout. Queen Chop lloute
In touncitii n. Meals at all
lours. Only white help em
ployed, (ilve uk a trial .
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around oxpoctlng him
to die, nnd a son riding for life, 18
mllos to get Dr. King's New Discov
ery for consumption, coughs and
colds, V. H. Brown, of hoosvllle, Ind,.
onclurod death's agonies from asth
ma: but this wonderful medicine
gavo Instant rellof and soon cured
him. Ho writes: "I now sleop sound
ly ovory night." I.lko marvelous
euros of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip
prove Its matchless merit for nil
throat and lung troubles. Guaran
teed bottols GOc and $1.00. Trial bot
tlos froo at Tallman & Co.'s drug
Do You Want a Cab?
When you want prompt and relia
ble service call up 'phono Main 101.
The McKay Cab Co.
Don't undo tho good your vacation
has dono you by drinking poor water
or putting Inferior Ice Into tho boil
ed water. Ten conts worth of ice por
day will supply an ordinary family
with plenty of drinking water. Bo
sure, though, that you got good Ico.
Call up 'phono Main 1881 and get
pure distilled wator Ice from tho
Ross Ico Plant,
On Its Merit
Has the large demand lor
Been built up. Only the choicest wheat that grows tillers in
to liyers Best Flour. It's pcifection in Flour Made by (he
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Bycrs, Proprietor.
" aim siwai i Mris ii n Bit. xju-xxvrrrazJMRKurKi.
Get your gun nud Ammunition from a man m the gun tin uu-ss A full MM'k
H. J. STILLMAN, ET,E,V
Ki'pairinu of all Kinds, S-itisfaction r.uurunUt (1
(to J(0)geipJFg H(gadteflTray0 IPimdfltoiiiu n
Por boarding mid day students Conducted b the Si&Un of St
Francis of PhilaiU'lpliiii, Classes will be resumed September 7.
Por Ttnus, UU , Apply to SISTKIi S-al I'lSRlOJi