East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 11, 1903, Image 5

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Mercerized Waistings and
i fleece-Back Fancies : : :
Arc the popular cotton fabrics for Fall.
Our line of Foreign and Domestic Novelties
is complete in every detail, and comprises
the latest designs in white, black, cream and
figured fancies. Prices from
Per Yard.
Would be glad to show you our new Fall Goods
Comer Main and Alta
Gity Brevities
clln I' C Uador?
i Sharp for paper hanging
.-h fruit dally at Martin's.
Ast bIioo work at Teutsch's.
i-iolcers' supplloB at Nouniun'B.
r Sharp's artistic wall paper.
t 01 the host bread, get Ilohrman's.
i i-i .1 tlsh. game and poultry. Cas-
Urn. genu m1 meats. Schwartz &
, . ult-ii Co.
' . II up Phone Main 18S1 when you
want pure ice.
.iisy n fountain pen thin week at half
( nt Frazlcr's
the Palm, 2L'l Court street,
fi i,r. candles and fruits.
nved dally, fresh tamale3,
und cruwtlsh at Oratz's.
' ai'f let cigars get the best of you
, -t the best of cigars. Iluulon'n.
1 1 kinds of Imported and domestic
iu's- utid elam chowdor at Gratz's.
' 1 have fruit jars and fruit jar
r, rubbers, covers, otc. It. Ilohr-
liarlos Lane about your paint-
tu , und paper hanging; 807 Vincent
New line ot fall street hats on dis
play Monday Tuesday and Wednes
day at Mrs Campbell's.
MmutCM given on short notico on
, ...i.tinir and paper hanging. Charles
Lane thr pioneer painter, 807 Vin
cent street
Kimr hundred aeros 30-bushul
wheat land. S miles out. Level, deop i
will big spring riming water. Prlco
WM M t Wade & Son. !
1 lie Uright New Ideas
of the la .
Latest Creations of the
Jewelers Art.
011 can always depend
on what you get at our
Wi nr misreprup
N xliloortoK Alt-winder
IT C Under, M. A.
if you want a cab, call up Main
Got your clothes cleaned at Joer
ger's. For Kent A piano. Apply at this
Have your shoos repaired at
New books arriving dally at Fra-zio.-'s
book- store.
Wautod Salesman and collector.
Call nt this ofllco.
New carpets and linoleums at Ka
der's furuittiro store.
For prompt service, call up the Mc
Kay Cab Co., 'phone- Main 1C1.
Ml Preferlda, the best cigar made,
it Heos' cigar store, Court street.
Goods that are rlglit at prices that
ire right at Itador's furniture store.
Drawing books, crayons, chalk.
pencils, tablets, pun holders, school
goods. Nolf's,
For Kent Two small houses, three
blocks oust of Main street. Apply
at K. O. office.
See Wilson & Carnino about paint
ing your buggies. Cottonwood street,
next door to Noagle Bros.
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
bargains. Come quick. Inland Em
niro Piano House, near bridge.
Look over your bouse furultuio.
Wo can roflnliili It like now, Wilson
& Carnino, 'phone main black 1043.
Furnished room for gentleman In
private family. Path nnd telephone.
Terms very reasonable. Enquire this
For Kent Four desirable furnish
ed rooms, $0 per month each. Apply
LMK Alio streot, opposite Episcopal
Puro crystal loo don't cost any
more than Infeilor lee, and Is so
much cleaner and more healthful.
'Phone Main 1881.
Sweet potatoes, live and dressed
poultry, fruits, homo-crown water
melons and all kinds of fresh vegeta
bles ut Demott & Co.'s.
For Henl Two furnished rooms;
also neatly furnished housekeeping
rooms; very desirable. Hefereuces
required; II VI South Main street,
Uon't undo tho good your vacatlou
has done you by drinking poor water
or putting lnforlor Ico Into tho boil
ed wnter. Ten cents worth of ice per
day will supply an ordinary family
with plenty of drinking water. Be
sure, though, that you get good Ice.
Cull up 'phono Main 1881 and get
pure, distilled wnter Ico from the
Rosa Ico Plant.
Acjent for "The Burgomaster."
T. M. I.onry, advance agent for
"The liurgomastur," which will ap
pear ut the Franer on September 21,
Is in the city today. Mr. Leary Is an
old friend of Manager Nixon's and
was surprised to find him In this elty.
Mr. Leary was formerly agent for
Mrs. Bruhne who Is now playing in
New Shipment of Tutkey
and Ostrich Dusters
10 inch Turkey, too feathers special 35c 14 incli Tur
feat'i l0 'eal'lers special 50c. 12 inch carriage duster 120 tail
-atners, special 75c. 8 inch parlor duster (Ostrich,) special
25- Sistl duster for removing dirt from furniture special 50c
hut Ur lcL' Crea' will please you If you ever had any
" r ours wont cost you a cent. VVh will let you he the judge.
'IS him tVoni Main street totvnrd the Court IIouhh
A. P. Cyler, ot La Grande, is In the
city today.
W. E. Osborne, of Baker City, was
a Pendleton visitor yesterday,
J. W. Sawyer, ot Walla Walla, Is
In the city for a couple ot dnys.
Hugh Walker, of Helix, Is In the
city for a short visit on business.
M. J. Guthrie, ot Baker City, spent
yesterday in tho city on business.
Miss Mary KIttrldge, of Baker
City, Is here for a short visit with
Mrs. A. J. Wright, of Pilot Hock,
was In tho city yesterday the guest
of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condra. of
Sumpter, arc In tho city for n short
visit with friends.
Will Moore loft for Yoakum this
morning for a short visit In the Inter
est of tho warehouse.
Jnines Leslie, representing the
Richmond Paper Company, of Scat
tlo, is In tho city today,
Sam Peiser, of the Alexander IV
partnient Store, is home from a visit
In Portland and at the coast.
Joseph N. Scott, of Athena, was In
Pendleton yesterday for a short visit
In the Interest or his business.
Mrs. James Crawford Icrt this
morning for Spokane, whore she goes
to visit relatives for a short time.
Mrs. Harry Fowler and family have
returned from an extended visit at
Long Beach, Portland anil The
David Cooper, local representative
ol' the Oregon Dally Journal at La
Grande, passed through this morning
en route to Spokane.
Charles Marple, who lives about 15
miles down the river Is In the city
for a short visit with friends nnd
to transact business.
There will be an informal two
step given In the Music Hall tomor
row night. Saturday, September 12.
commencing at S:I!0 o'clock.
liobert Wllner, the well known ball
player. Is In the city, having come in
yesterday from the coast, where he
has been working during the sum
mer. I)r. and Mrs. Park Willis, of Spo
kane, who have boon the guests ol'
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moorhouse for a
few days, returned to their home this
.1. W. Jenkins, the pastor of the
Christian church of Hood Bivor, left
tor his home this morning, after a
short visit with Hev. N. II. Brooks,
or this city.
C. D, Gabrilson, of Salem, Is In the
city Tor a short visit in the Interest
of his business. Mr. Gabrlulson is
the general manager of a lire Insur
ance company.
Miss Eva Froome has returned
from her summer vacation at Long
Beach and other coast and valley
points and will resume her work hero
in the public schools.
Airs. Pearl Hinearson, of Pilot
Itock, has been elected to a position
In tho public schools of the city and
will lie hero permanently in a few
days to begin her work.
Alma D. ICutz, of Boise, is ut tho
Pendleton for a short visit in the
city on business. Mr. Katz has
charge of the western territory of
the Now York Life Insurance Com
pany. Mr, Al Wattle, who has been em
ployed In tho clothing department of j
tho Boston Store lor a number ol
years, leaves Monday for Portland to
pursue u course In tho Portland Medi
cal College.
Mrs. N. A. Jacobs, or Walla Walla,
Is in tlie city tho guest of her grand
daughter, Mrs. John Kecs. Mrs, Jo
cobs Is one of the oldest women in
the state, and Is a survivor of the
Whitman massacre.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Smith left this
morning for Portland after u short
visit in Pendleton on business Mr.
Smith Is the manager of the Singer
Sewing Machine Company, and was
here In the Interests ol' bis house.
John O'Shea. of the Union .Meat
Company, of Portland, was lu the
city yesterday looking to the ship,
ment of beef cattle over the O. It. &
N., which took place yesterday. Mr.
O'Shea left this morning for Port
land. A B. Galloway, representing I ho
Blnko-McFaull Paper Company, of
Portland, arrived this morning from
Baker City. Mrs. Galloway Is slill
In tho mountains of Grant county,
and will not return to the city for
some time.
Miss Jesslo Shophard, who taught
lu the Pendleton schools last year,
and who has been visiting ut her old
homo In tho East, is expected to
reach tho city the last of tills week
to tnko her old place again for the
coming year.
E. M Lyons left this morning for
Walla Walla for a short busliioss
visit with W. P. Hooper, of that
place, who is an old employe of Mr,
Lyons, and at the present time the
manager and part owner of one of
tho largest businesses In Walla
Mlss l.oretta Starr, of Salem, who
came to Pondleton n few days ago
to propuro for the opening of tho
schools, was called to her home this
morning by n telegram announcing
tho soriouB Illness of her father, who
Is n lesldeut of the capital city. Miss
Starr left on the early morning tram
It Pays to Trade at
i We're Here With the Goods
6 Mine
llind Tailored
If you havo worn it
H art,Schafl ner & Marx
uih you'll want an
other Good as thoy
wero last season, Ihov
110 butter for THIS
VMAj. Thoy bo in
af $J5 and hotter ones
if you want tlu in.
I Ikmo is no so-onllop1'
made to ordor suit, for
uhii'h your measU'O
is taken that MSG INS
t he as HANDSOME
as the
Crniv. Bulb, Bw, saAh.i Um,
Yi u won't lind such
cl tlus ah these any
where else in town
ind we'll he as glad to
show them to you
whether you como to
look or to buy
s 1
Schalrhcr TcTilor
do flics
Leading Clothiers
5- 4' $
and It is not known when slit- will
bi able to return. 1
Miss Allhea Lee, ol Salem, ac
companied by Mrs. William Harold,
of IJlleusburg, was at the Pendleton
yesterday. Miss Lee Is the daugh
ter of ex-Superhltendeut J. I). Lee,
of the penitentiary, and has been
visiting relatives und friends ot
North Yakima during the summer.
Kuruest Johnson, of the Ptarmigan
mines ut Wllmor, B. 0 was overcome
by gas inid died, Thursday uiuinlng,
before his companions could rescue
i &
What Kind of
Feet Have You
If they are narrow or low
Instep, or high Instep or wide
and short, Hat and bioad, or If
you have corns or bunions or
ingrowing too nulls, or toe in
or toe out, why to bo properly
shod you must certainly con
duit tho doctor of shoos lu the
shoo parlor of the Boston Store
Hero will be told to you all
the truths about good bIioos.
How to buy tho eusy feeling,
good wearing, (lno apearhig,
and purse oponlng shoes, lie
member that our shoes save in
slocking wear.
When we tell you we have
the largest stock of shoes to
sell men and women at .r0 to
$3,00, we are stutlng a fact easy
to prove. That's why It pays to
inspect our shoe department
when lu need of shoes for any
of tho family
'3) Hlnte IViioIIh ft"
'J IfottlrH llent. Illk fill
I dozen pencils 6c
Large line ('oinpiwitlon
book' fi, 10, 15 and iWe
The Oregon Ktuto (J.ipy
books here ut Nolf'h onlv He
Large, wldu Ulilutb-100
hheelH, only . ... fin
Kaucy pen holder and pen leelc.
Wo pay lilidit-ht on-ill price for
nil kinds of old ccborjl books.
Full line of Kt. Joseph and
Pendleton Ac.idcuiy hooks, und
Public HcIh ol books at lowest
pile 8.
Kuutu Chun Heuilipiuiters,
Bear this hi mind when you
need poultry nnd stock supplies
and ask for tho International
Poultry und Stock Kood. Use
Kow Kuro for your cow trou-
C. P. Golesworthy
127-129 nasi Alia ai
Ageiit for Leo's Lice Killer
Cur M ist Mt.iSt- I'll Klliull I'mp
Our specialties are finest
Irush and salt water fish
of all desirable varitics,
crahs, lobsters, ckiius and
water dclacacics. Olym
pia and eastern oysters
We will servo you with
tho finest oyster cocktail.
Goods delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt
service and best satisfaction
C A Trial Order is Solicited i
Rigby-Clove Mfgj
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds ofj
Farm Machinery;
Foundry Work a Speoialty
Uasn paiti lor old castings
Tho Oregon Dally Journal can be
found 011 sale at Frazler's book stor.