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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1903.
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ercerized Waistings and
eeceiBack Fancies : : :
j ' PERSONAL MEHTION.
Are the popular cotton fabrics for Fall.
Our line of Foreign and Domestic Novelties
is complete in every detail, and comprises
the latest designs m white, black, cream and
figured fancies. Prices from
J2ic to $J
luld be glad to show you our new Fall Goods
Corner Main and Alta
barp (or paper banging.
I fruit dally at Martin's.
hoe work at Teutsch's.
ts' supplies at Jseuman a.
best bread, get Itohrman's.
fish, game and poultry. Cas-
.'your shoes repaired at
era ted meats. Schwartz &
jrrhone Main 1SS1 when you
Buntaln pen this week at half
dally, fresh tamales,
crawfish at Gratz's.
Et,.-ln-1.rtnrfe trrlrtrrtQ nnd AS
Ebt The Peoples Warehouse,
et cigars get the best of you
; best of cigars. Ilanlon's.
ds of Imported and domestic
5: and clam chowder at uratz s.
kave fruit Jars and fruit Jar
rubbers, covers, etc R. Konr-
Charles Lane about your paint-
paper hanging; 807 Vincent
ad below cost all summer, mil-
especially patterns. Mrs.
pates given on short notice on
tp and paper hanging. Charles
the pioneer painter, 807 Vin-
the price right before I list
That is why I sell so mucn
I have some bargains In both
country property that can-1
equaled. E. T. Wade & Son.
She Bright New Ideas
mest Creations of the
)u can always depend
what you get at our
Ve never misrepres-
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
If you want a cab, call up Slain
Get your clothes cleaned at Jocr-
For Kent A piano. Apply at this
New books arriving dally at Fra
tier's book store.
First-class waitress wanted at
Plenty of useful articles on our 5c
and 10c counters. Nolf's.
Try tha Palm, 221 Court street,
ror nuts, candies, and fruits
For prompt service, call up the Mc
Kay Cab Co., 'phone JIaIn 101.
Ml Preferlda, the best cigar made,
it Hees' cigar store. Court street.
Get your ascot at The Peoples
Warehouse, new ones Just received.
Goods that are right at prices that
ire right at Rader's furnituro store.
Have your buggies painted by
Wilson & Carmine. 'Phono Black
Lost ralr of gold nose glasses in
case. Finder return to postofBce and
For Kent Two small houses, three
blocks east of Main street. Apply
at E. O. office.
Are you going camping? U C fin
der's camp stools, folding tables and
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
bargains. Come quick. Inland Em
plre Piano House, near bridge.
Estimates given on house painting.
Work strictly first-class. Wl'son &
Carmine, next door to Neagle Bros,
Pure crystal ice don t cost any
more than inferior ice. and is so
much cleaner and more healthful,
Phone Main 1881.
Masquerade ball this evening at
tent on Island. Gentlemen, CO cents
ladles and spectators free. Grand
march begins at 9 o'clock.
I am prepared to give instructions
In tapestry, oil painting, water color,
pastel, and china decorating. Mrs.
Mollle Hamilton, 509 Court street.
The ladles of the Christian church
will serve a chicken dinner and sup
per at the church on Labor Day.
Price, 2G cents. Ice cream and cake,
The H. 8. & M. clothing for this
fall has arrived. Did you ever wear
a Hart, Schncffer & Marx suit? If
not, did you ever examine or try one
on? The Peoples Warehouso would
be more than pleased to have you
como In and see them.
The Modern School of Commerce,
successor to the Pendleton Business
College, opens Monday, September 7.
Bookkeeping, stenography and pen
manship courses are taught. For fur
ther information, address Modern
School of Commerce, Pendleton, Or
egon, or La Grande, Oregon.
Canada produces $1,2W),000 worth
of asbestos a year
New Shipment of Turkey
t f.L a f i
io inch TnrlcHL rrm foiti,u,7 . Tur.
Our Ice Cream will nlease von If vnn M'pr haH nnu
rr fjiir wuni rnti untt o sn mii i&t A iw. thu i
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
06 uUim from MIu fttreot toward the Court Ifoufw
J. T. Molton, of Weston, was a bus
Incss guest of tho city yesterday,
J. W. Prlnger. of Adams, transact
ed business in the city yesterday,
Miss Eastman, of Walla Walla, was
tho guest of friends in tho city yes
' John Sims, an O. It. & N. firoraan,
of Ii Grande, was lu the city last
A. U MeMurry, of Baker City, was
In the city for a short time today on
It". Jones, one of Echo's prominent,
citi7cns, was a business visitor in
F. K. Wells, of Sllltou. was a visi
tor lu tho city yesterday for a slu-rt
time on business.
Mrs, Elsie Cawthorne has returned
from a vacation trip to her homestoad
near Cold Springs.
C. S. Lovelace, of Baker City, Is tho
guest of tho Pendleton for a. short
business visit lu tho city.
Mrs. Thomas FItx Gerald and child
rcn havo returned from a summor
outing at Lehman Springs.
John Halley, Jr.. left this morning
for a trip to La Grande on business
He will be gone over Sunday.
Mrs. O. E. Hult has returned to her
homo In th's cltv nfter tho summer
spent with friends In .rortland.
It. J. Nixon, manager of the Frazer
theater, Is confined to his room with
a severe attack of rheumatism.
I.. E. Thcrkolsen, of tho Thirkolseu
Piano House, has gone to Portland on
a short trip in the interests or w
Walter Sawtell, of The Dalles, M
in the city tho guest of his mother
and sisters, at the family humc on
Mrs. J. 1. Perry and daughter, Miss
Jennie, have returned from Long
Beach, where thoy have been spend
lng the summer.
Fred and Jack Vincent, tho two
sons of Dr. F. W. Vincent, havo re
turned from the coast, whero they
spent tho summer.
Mrs. W. Bollens and children havo
returned from Long Beach, whero
they have been visiting for somo time
during the hot weather.
Mrs. T. G. Halley and children havo
returned from Gearhnrt Park, where
they havo been for some time past
visiting by the seaside.
R. C. French, tho president of the
Weston Normal school, Is in tho city
today on business connected witn
the opening of the school.
Rev. aud Mrs. R. J. Dlven and fam
ily have returned from tho sea side,
whero they havo been for somo time
during the heat of tho summer.
Captain S. T. Isaacs, tho mayor
and postmaster of Helix. Is In tno
city the guest of his son-lu-law, J. W
Sullivan, and will remain hero for n
Charles Chancy, of Cold Springs,
is In tho city today getting supplies
for his ranch. Mr. Chancy Is one of
the largo wheat men -of his part of
William Lowell, tho son of Judge
S. A. Lowell of this city, has return
ed from Burns, whero ho has boon
the guest of his uncle, li. is. I'urnns
ton, for several months.
Mrs. Duncan MacGIHIvray and
daughter. Miss Kathryn, Mrs. Ed
Garland and daughter. Miss Mildred,
of Walla Walla, were the guests of
W. H. Holley yesterday.
Dr. G, W. Tape, associated with
Walter M. Plerco lu the Hot Lalto
sanitarium, passed through tho city
last evening en routo home from a
business visit to Portland and Spo
Mr. anu Mrs. L. Hunzlker returned
last evening from Portland. Mrs.
Hunzlker and children havo ucen at
J ong Beaoh for tho last month and
Mr. Hunzlker went to Portland to es
cort tnera homo.
Falling Has Ostermoor's.
Jesse Falling has secured tho ex
clusive sale In Pendleton of tho gon
ulno OBtermoor patent elastic mat
tress, and Is prepared to fill orders.
The Ostennoor mattress has built
up Its wonderful trade on us merits
and tho manufacturers havo such
great confidence In their product that
they make tho offer of 30 nights free
trial and If It Is not bettor than any
other mattress you over used, or If it
Is not all you evbr hoped for, you can
return It and your money will bo re
funded without Questions. If you
have In view the purchasing of a new
mattress, call and see Mr. railing
and try an Ostennoor for ; days
Will Winter In the Valley.
Marshall Peterson, of Buttor creek,
Is lathe city, and will leave this oven
lng for tho Wlllametto valley, where
be will spend tho winter as the
guest of relatives and friends. It is
tho habit of Mr. Peterson to spend
the winters In tho valley and tho
summers on his ranch at Butter
T. D. GADDI8, Proprietor
: Candies, Ice Cream Soda t
Nats, Ftuits and
Pure Goods and Low Prices
221 IE. Go'JS-i
SPOKANE, OCTOBER 5 to 13
MORE THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS
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Greatest Attractions and Biggest
Amusement Features Ever Secured
AnmuurrunAii ki'hiiht htooicbuow Kitrir kaiu
MIXING DKPAUT.MKNT FINK AUT DISPLAY
EIGHT DAYS RACING
OVUU SIX) HOUSK3 KNTKKKI) BIG EVKNT KACH DAY
$10,000 IN PURSES
Honoi Tvwii Strtel Carnival livery Night, VauJtvilU Sfteittllits
and High Class Circus Ftatiirts
SPECIAL LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
Conri-tilonl'rivlleKt (or$il rllolor I'truilum Mil. 11.0 ETIMMtI..Ccr,AM.
Citritd til otxr tfx
bst Arid btst kncn
arc the features
that have made
W a 1 t h a m
St5 Mam St.
Ccr Milu.V.lt!M. 1' () HllloU rtrt
..VI..I..W ...w .........
(rush ami salt water fish
of all dunrable varitios,
crabs, lobsters, clnms. mil
water dolacacics. OK in
pi i anil cistern oysters.
Wo will servo you with
the finest oyster cocktml.
Goods delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt
service and best satisfaction.
A Trial Order is Solicited t
OREGON STATE FAIR.
A Glassware Sale
Salem, Ore., September 14 to 20, 1903. 'j
For the afoovo occasion, tlio O, It. & 1 3
N. inalica a rato of $11.35 for tlio
round trip. Dates of Halo, Soptomljur
Ut!i, Mtli and 17tli. Limit tickets
sold, Sontombcr lltli to uxplro Sop-
tcmbcr llitli. Tlioso sold Soptomuer
14th to oxnlro Scntcinbor 19tli. mid
thobo sold 8opU'inbcr 17th to oxplro
September 22d. 1003. Kor further
rnrllculurs, call on or addrosB r. i'.
Wamiley, ngont O, It. & N, Co, , j
TAnti, n. afmn nfliiin nfiolll TllaCU f4 f ,H I utut I n i, ..f ......
etc., at Itadcr's Knrntturo storo. v iri-U butter illsli, ciuiir liuwl nnil 3
ereiiiiinr, tnrt-o line valut, 4H, (Ifi i
,S ti itd (We, Not tlio t-lii up. truhv !
Heavy, fccrviceiililu 7
Ifi arid 4H
Teacher H Arrived.
MIbs Cora Murphy, of Portland, a
iileco of Judge Fltz Gerald, la in tlio
city, and will make thin her homo for
the comlne year, miss Murpny nan
been elected to teach In tho public
sclioola of tbo city.
In Germany are 435 piano factories.
Half tbclr product U sold In England.
What Kind of
Feet Have You
If they an miriow or low
Instop, or high Inslup or wldu
ami Hliort, lint nnd broad, or If
you havo corns or bunlonii or
Ingrowing too nails, or too lu
or too out, why to bo properly
shod you iniiHt cortalnly con
Hull tlio doctor of shoes In tho
kIiou parlor of tlio lloBton Btoro.
Hero will bo told to you all
tlio truths about good shoes,
T'nr to I'uy the cniy foellns,
good wearing, fine appearing,
and purso opouing Hhocs, He
member that our shoeu nave in
When wo tt-11 you wo have
tho largest stock of shoos to
sell men ami women at V.GO to
$3.r,0, wo are stating a fact nasy
to provo. That's why It pays to
Inspect our shoo department
when In need of shoes for any
of the family
j wure, nut
A "ther llemi. tucli IT ill I
ji Hlliti, Celry Iniyi, ulc , Irum S In lu
UOI.Io AMI DOI.I, IIKA1IS I
All IniUDiiao lot nl lll.i- iluuilimla u '
V bijihi ihiiii rncva,
IS THE CHEAPEST
Hear this In mind when you
need poultry and clock supplies
and ask for tlio International
Poultry and Stock Food, Use
ICow Kuro for your cow trou
bles, C. F. Golesworthy
137179 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Llco Killer
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
Carryalls for picnic parties, dood
teams with compotcut drivers for
commercial men. Hpccdy horses and
handsnmo rigs for ovonlug and Sun
day drives. Oontle horses for family
lino. Stock boarded at reasonable
rules, Heat of care given to transient
stock. Opposlto Hotel Pendleton.
Phono Mull! 101.
We Can Mend It
Wo havo purchased tlio Wltbee
Iilcyclo and Itepalr Shop and
arc prepared to make quick re
pairs and guarantee our work.
We repair bicycles, sewing nia,
chinos and other light machin
ery, do brazing aud other re
pairing. Wo nru agents for
throe makes of wheels that
Imvo met the tost anil proved
tholr worth. Thoy are
and THE CRAWFORD,
If you aro going to buy
wheel, como around nod look
at our wheels before you pur
eliano your whoel. ""4;
Gordon & Edmisten
311 EAST COURT STREET.
Manufacturet of the
IRigby-Clovc . Combined
Repairs for all kinds of
Fonudry Work a Speolalty
Gash paid for old oaatlag
Pendleton, - Oregon