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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OnESON. SATURDAY, 8EPTEMBER 5, 1903.
lercerized Waistings and
:leeceack Fancies : : :
Are the popular cotton fabrics for Fall.
Our lint of Foreign and Domestic Novelties
is complete in every detail, and comprises
the latest designs n white, black, cream and
figured fancies. Prices from
Would be glad to show you our new tail uooas
Corner Main and Alta
. cm. for paper hanging.
Fresh fruit cially at Martin's.
. work at Teutscn s.
Lookers supplies at Neuman 8.
For the best bread, get uournmu B.
fid, nne ana poultry, ias-
T 1 C-Ti. " r- - , .
L.8 larsi-ciass wuiiruBB
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
If you want a cab, call up Main
Got your clothes cleaned at Joer
ger's. For Rent A piano. Apply at this
New honks arrlvlnc dally at
iler'o book store.
Refrigerated meats Schwartz &
fla up Thone Main 1881 when you
fat pure ice.
Mj a fountain pen this week at half
flee at vraziers.
Received daily, fresh tamales,
-,. Hurt crawfish at uraizs.
I.. n.in.iiiiria nrldcets and as-
w now 'uu'
f f M at The Peoples Warehouse.
Dont let Cigars get the best of you
,.t the hest of clears. Hanlon's.
t.All Kinds of imported and domestic
...has onrf lnm rhnwder at Gratz's.
hav fruit tars and Irult jar
litras rubbers, covers, etc. R. Rohr-
a, rhnrw ijinp nliout our nalnt-
fcj and paper hanging; 807 Vincent
I At and below cost all summer, mil-
tery. especially patterns, mi.
I Estimates given on short notice on
iinting and paper hanging. Charles
me. the pioneer painter. bu vm-
II get the price right before I list
roperty That Is why I sell so mucii
it I have some barcalns In both
Ity and country property that can-
lit tie equaled. E. T. wane & son.
The Bright New Ideas
of tlm da .
La'est Creations of the
Vou can always depend
on what you get at our
We nevt-r misrepresent
H"'r 10 k Alexauder
Plenty of useful articles on our 5c
and 10c counters. Nolt's.
Try tha Palm, 221 Court street
ror nuts, candies and fruits
For prompt service, call up the lie
Kay Cab Co.. 'phone Main 161.
Mi Preferlda, the best cigar made,
Itees' 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 Kaaer s lurnnure store
Have your buggies painted by
Wilson & Carmine. 'Phono Black
Lost Pair of gold nose glasses in
case. Finder return to postofflce and
For Rent Two small houses, three
blocks east of Main street Apply
at E. O. office.
Are you going camping? U C Ra
der's camp stools, folding tables and
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
bargains. Come oulck. Inland Em
pire 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.
Mabquerade ball this evening at
tent on Island. Gentlemen, 50 cents,
ladles and spectators free. Grand
march begins at 9 o'clock.
I am prepared to give instructions
in tapestry, oil painting, water color,
tinetnl nnrl phlna decorating. Mrs.
Mollie Hamilton, 509 Court street.
Tha ladles of the Christian church
will servo a chicken dinner and sup
per at the church on Labor Day.
Price, 25 cents. Ice cream and cake,
The H. S. & M. clothing for this
fall has arrivod. Did you ever wear
a Hart, SehncfXer & Marx suit? If
not, did you ever examine or try one
on? The Peoples Warehouse would
be more than pleased to have you
come 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
Scjiool of Commerce, Pendleton, Or
egon, or La Grande, Oregon.
of asbestos a year
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
kev ,0.,I,cn Turkey, i oo leathers special 35c.
100 'e',hefs special 50c. 12 inch carriage
leathers. sni-rUi o rt. 1 i
t inch Tur
duster 120 tail
lers. Snpf.;! ' 1 . . cnprtal
-25 Sisil duster for removing dirt from furniture special 50c.
hi, Ur ,ce Cream will please you. If you ever had any
ueiier ours wont cost you a cent, Wn will let ou be the judge.
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
OS btcps from Mtn Street toward the Court Itouit
Iness guost of the city yesterday.
3. V. Prlnger. of Adams, transact
ed business in the city yesterday.
Miss Eastman, of Walla "Walla, was
the guest of friends In the city yesterday.
Jlnrtn Rlma fin O TI J&- V Amman.
of La Grande, was In the city last
A T. MrMnrrv nf Ttnkpr filtv was
in ine city lor a snun ume louay on
R Jones, one of Echo's prominent,
citizens, was a business visitor in
F. K. Wolls, of Milton, was a visi
tor in the city yesterday for a stu-rl
time on business.
Mrs. Elsie Cawthorno has returned
from a vacation trip to her homestead
near Cold springs.
f! S Lovelace, of Baker City, Is tho
tnipst of tho Pendleton for a. Bhort
business visit lu tho city.
Mrs. Thomas Fitz Gerald and child
ren have returned from a summer
outing at Lehman Springs.
John Hailey, Jr.. left this morning
for a trip to La Grande on business.
He will be cone over Sunday.
Mrs n. V. tlnlt hna returned to l.er
homo in this cltv after the summer
spent with friends In .Portland.
R. J. Nixon, manager of the Frazer
theater. Is confined to his room with
a severe attack of rheumatism.
L. E. Therkelsen, of the Thorkolfcen
Piano House, has gone to Portland on
a short trip in the interests or h!
Walter Sawtell. of The Dalles, is
in the city the guest of his mother
and sisters, at the family home on
Mrs. J. I Perry and daughter, Miss
Jennie, have returned from Long
Beach, where they have been spend
ing the summer.
Fred and Jack Vincent, the two
sons of Dr. F. W. Vincent, have re
turned from the coast, where they
3pent the summer.
Mrs. W. Boliens and children have
returned from Long Beach, where
they have been visiting for somo time
during th hot weather.
Mrs. T. G. Hailey and children have
returned from Gearhart Park, where
they have been for some time past
visitinsr bv the seaside.
R. C. French, the president of the
Weston Normal school, Is In tho city
today on uusiness connecieu mm
the opening of the school.
Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Dlven and fam
ily have returned from the sea side,
where they have been for some time
during the heat of tho summer.
Captain S. T. Isaacs, the mayor
and postmaster of Helix, is in tne
city the guest of his son-lu-law, J. W.
Sullivan, and will remain here for a
Charles Chaney. of Cold Springs,
is in the city today getting supplies
for his ranch. Mr. Chaney is one of
the large wheat men of his part of
William Lowell, the sou of Judge
S A. Lowell of this city, has return
ed from Burns, where he has bsen
the guest of his uncle, E. TS. Purring
ton, for several months.
Mrs. Duncan MncGIIUvray and
daughter, Miss Kathryu Mrs Ed
Garland and daughter, Miss Mildred,
of Walla Walla, were the guests of
W. H. Holley yesterday.
r- n w Tane associated with
iiri.' ' rirni in the Hot Lake
Ulll-I .11. A
sanitarium, pabsed through the city
last evening en rouie w
business visit to Portland and Spo
Mr. .ma Mrs. L. Hunziker returned
last evening from Portland. Mrs.
Hunziker and children have been at
long Beach for the last month and
Mr Hunziker went to Portland to es
cort tnem home.
Falling Has Ostermoor's.
iviiiincr has secured the ex
clusive sale in Pendleton of the gen
lent elastic mat
tress, and is prepared to fill orders.
The Ostennoor mattress una uun
un Its wonderful trade 011 us merits
-ij .i. nonifptiirRrs have such
great confidence in their product that
they make the oner 01 !." "-v
.i ir it Ik not better than any
other mattress vou over ubed, or If It
i,nitfi.i for vnn can
is not an juu ..w,.u
return It and your rooie
t.,.1 ...iihmit nupctlons. If you
1UUUVU 11 1 1 ji l. .. -
nave In view tho purchasing of a new
n..II..Ira pnil HtJt3 VI ...... a
a nn o-prnioor for .j navs
Will Winter In the Valley.
Marshall Peterson, of Butter creek,
Is In. the city, and will leave this even
ing for the Willamette valley, where
he will spend tho winter as the
guest of relatives and friends. It is
the habit of Mr. Peterson to spend
tho winters in the valley and tho
summers on his ranch at Butter
Teacher Has Arrived.
Miss Cora Murphy, of Portland a
niece or Judge Fltz Gerald, Is in the
-!t ...111 m.v hln her home for
the coming year. Miss Murphy has
been elected to teach In tho public
schools of the city
ivr, nlauo factories.
Half their product Is sold In England.
T. D. GADDIS, Proprietor
: Candies, Ice Cream Soda :
Nats, Fraits and
Pure Goods and Low Prices
221 E. GoBS5t J
SPOKANE, OCTOBER 5 to i 3
MORE THAN $30,000 IN PREMIUMS
Greatest Attractions and Biggest
Amusement Features Ever Secured
AGRICULTURAL El'HIlHT STOCK BHOW Fltl'I r KAIlt
MINING DKPAUTMENT FINE ART DISPLAY
EIGHT DAYS RACING
OVKIt SIX) HORSES ENTERED RIG EVENT EACH DAY
$10,000 IN PURSES
Down Tvwu Strtei Carnival Every Might, Vaudtville Specialties
and High Class Circus F caturts
SPECIAL LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
Concciilonl'iiTlIeEfs forSale Wrllofor I'tcmlum Llit. II O gTlMWmSer.AMs.
WMhxm Wttehts rt
CMrtcd Jill otxr iht
btst And best known
arc the features
that have made
VV a I t h a m
best in the world.
815 Main St.
Ccr. Mnln&AUaStn. I'D Kllloll nop
Our specialties arc finest
fresh and salt water fish
of nil desirable verities,
crabs, lobsters.clanis and
water dulacacics. Ohm
nil nml eastern ovstevs.
We will serve you with
the finest oyster cocktail.
Goods delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt
service and best satisfaction.
A Trinl Order is Solicited
.HH"H-H"-H'"H-t"H "1 V 1 V
OREGON STATE FAIR.
Salem, Ore., September 14 to 20. 1903.
For the above occasion, tho O. H. &
N makes a rato of 11.3D for tho
round trip. Dates of sale, September
11th. 14th and 17th. Limit tickets
sold, September 11th to expire Sep
tember ICth. Those sold September
14th to expire September win, anu .
those sold September 17th to expire ft liA
September 22d. 1903. For further ,
particulars, call on or address V, Kljfc ,y
s a m ...... o.iA
Wamsley, agent O, II. & N, Co
Tents, camp stoves, camp stool
etc., at Itader's Furniture store
, fflt This bcanli-
45 unit 4H
What Kind of
Feet Have You
If they are narrow or low
Instep, or high instep or wide
und short. Hat and broad, or if
you have corns or bunions or
Ingrowing toe nails, or toe In
or toe out. why to bo properly
shod you must certainly con
sult the doctor of shoes in tho
shoe parlor of the IJoston Store.
Here will bo told to you all
tho truths about good shoes,
to Miy the easy feeling,
ood wearing, flno appearing,
and purso oiHiiring shoes. lie
member that our shoes Bav In
Wheu we tell you wu have
the largest utock of shoes to
sell men and women at V.CO to
$3.G0, we are stating a fact easy
to prove. That's why it pays to
Inspect our shoo department
when In need of sliof-s for any
of the family
uiara Otis loiihihiiiii; 01 cov
l ered butterdish, Miimr howl 11111I
' K creamer, three line values, 48, 05
ware, out heuvv, serviceable
5, ntlicr llemi, nucli happlca, Kruil
l)lalira,t'elry trnya, cle,lrumS lo lac
VOLI.l ANDDOM, 1IKADS
' '.- All liuueni lut ! Uli- lluiuliciU u '
THE NOLF STOW
IS THE CHEAPEST
Rear this In mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
I'oultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles, C. F. Golesworthy
127.129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice KlHer
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
(InrrvnllH for nlcnic nartlcs. Qood
toams with competent drivers for
commercial men. Speedy horses and
hnndsomo rigs for evening and Sun
dny drives, aontlo horses for family
uso. Stock boarded at reasonable
rntos. Best of caro given to transient
stock. Opposlto Hotel Pendleton.
l'hono Main lul.
We Can Mend It
Wo havo purchased Iho Witboe
Tilcyclo and Hopalr 8hop and
arc prepared to make quick re
pairs and guarantee our work.
We ropulr blcyclos, sewing ma.
chinos and other light machin
ery, do brazing and other re
pairing. Wo are agents for
throe makes of wheels that
havo met tho tost and provod
their worth. Thoy are
and THE CRAWFORD,
If you aro going to buy
wheel, coma around and look
at our wheels before you pur
clmso your wheel,
Gordun & Edmisten
311 EAST COURT STREET.
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of
Foundry Work a Specialty
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