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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1303
Mercerized Waistings and
Fleece-Back Fancies : : :
Are 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
Would be glad to show you our new gFall Goods
Corner Main and Alta
dcilo' U C Rader?
swell slippers at Teutseh's.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Smokers' supplies at Nouman's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Fresh fish, game and poultry. Castles
For Kent A piano. Apply at this
Ke'rlgerated meats. Schwartz &
Greiilti h Co.
' uii up 'Phone Mau,lSSl when you
want pure Ice. -
Buy a fountain pen this week at half
pri 'c at Frazler's.
T i the Palm, 221 Court street,
ft - tab. caudles and fruits.
1 .a t let cigars get the hest of you
o the hest of cigars. Hanlou's.
Ai: kinds of Imported and domestic
lunche.-. aud clam chowdor at Gratz's.
We have fruit jars and fruit jar
extra ruhbers, covers, etc. R. Rohr
mac Estimates given on short notice on
pair' ng aud paper banging. Charles
I.an? the pioneer painter, 807 Vin
Wanted- A young girl to take care
U C Rader, M. A.
For the best bread, get Rohrman's,
Read the "ad" of the St. Jos Store
If you want a cab, call up Main
Get your clothes cleaned at Joer
150 swell novelties In . street lints
New books arriving dally at Fra-
tiers book store.
Wanted Salesman ami collector,
Call at this office.
New ready-made skirts arriviii;
dally at Toutsch's.
For Salt Alfalfa hay. See Dave
Ingram, this -office.
" Xew carpets and linoleums at Ra
der's furniture store.
"Out for the Coin,'' by the author
or "John Henry, at Nolf's.
umiurcu s scliool slioes thar wear
and look well, at Te Jtsrir.-.
For prompt service, call up the Mo
Kay Cab Co., 'phone Main 101,
anted Salesman and collector.
Call at East Oregonlan office,
Received dally, fresh tamales,
crabs and crawfish at Gratz s.
Fall patterns for suits and trousers
on display at Selbert &. Schulz's.
Wanted Furnished housekeen-
QUEEN CANDIDATES WILL
NOT STAY IN RACE.
wanted- a young girl to take care ,. , , 7",, "
01 vear anil a half old lmliv uurinir 1 0 ........... v......
day tunc Must stay at home nights. ! MI Preferlda, the best cigar made,
Address "W," B, 0. office.
Four hundred ncres 30-bushel
wheat land, S miles out. Lovcl, deep
will, hm spring riming water. Price
ti,'M 12. T. Wade & Son.
Eight-room house for sale. Suita
ble for family or lodging house. De
sirably located. Call 203 Jackson
street or call up 'phone Black 143.
The Liright New Ideas
of tht day.
Latest Creations of the
ou r an always depend
on what you get at our
Net door to K Alexander
at Rees' cigar store, Court street.
Goods that are right at prices that
are ngnt at iiauers furniture store.
See Charles Lane about your paint
ing and paper hanging; SO" Vincent
Great special sale at the St. Joe
Store. Clothing being sold very
For Rent Two small houses, three
blocks east of Main street. Apply
at E, O. office.
A lovely house for sale cheap:
either 0119, two or throe lots. Inquire
.at Standard Grocery.
Cleaning and pressing of gentle
men's clothing by Mrs, Merlcle, room
1, over Owl Tea House.
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
bargains. Come quick. Inland Em
pire Piano House, near bridge.
Look over your house furniture.
Wo' can rcflnlsh It like new. Wilson
& Carnlne, 'phone main black 1043.
Exjierlenced bookkeeper would like
a position In general merchandise
store or office. Address C. B., care
Ross has been In the Ice business
in Pendleton three years and has al
ways sold the best In' the Ice line.
His motto has been "No favorites,
treat all customers alike."
Card of Thanks.
Wo desire to extend our sincere
thanks to tho friends and citizens of
I Pendleton for their many acts of
' klndncfin shown duiimr the Illness and
death of our relative, Mrs, H. C.
M, C. WRIGHT ANTJ .HON.
Contest Is Becoming a Warm One as
the Merchants Have Interested
Themselves In the matter Miss
Blanche Shull Is In the Lead by
Ten Votes Other Candidates May
The interest In the contest for the
queen of tho carnival Is growing and
the votes are beginning to come in
thick and fast. The merchants of the
city have Interested themselves In
the matter and most of them have
some favorite who either Is now In
the race or will he In a day or so,
when It Is thought that the chances
for a good start will bc at the best.
Many of the people of the city have
candidates for the honor which they
will bring forward as soon as they
think they have arranged for the
right time In which to launch their
boom. In fact, it Is warming up on
all sides and the end or the week will
see the homestretch of a pretty race.
This morning word was received at
the office of the East Oregonlan that
Miss Stella Alexander wished to re
tiro from the race for the queenship.
Mis Alexander wished to thank her
friends who had honored her, but
owing to circumstances known to
herself, she did not care to remain a
Mrs. Matlock Withdraws.
Mrs. Wesley Matlock also wishes
her friends to allow her to resign
from the race. Mrs. Matlock had 22."
votes today when the ballots were
counted and her retirement from the
contest is a disappointment to her
The result or the ballot today is as
Miss Blanche Shull 2!Ui
Miss Nellie McMullen 2S0
Miss Edna Thompson 100
Mis Maude Sheridan, who was also
among the candidates yesterday, has
expressed a wish that her name he
not considered owing to the fact that
she leaves Friday for college, and will
not he in the city during the time
of the carnival.
'Miss Thompson Is a new candidate,
her name having been Introduced
since the counting or the ballots yes
terday. Good Stock Exhibit.
The Interest in the stoc kexhlhit
is also growing and some of the men
from the country who are Interested
In stoqk have begun to make In
quiries as to the conditions of enter
ing their stock. .Mr. Ilalley is dally
receiving queries about his depart
ment of the work and it Is now
thought that there will be an exhibi
tion of stock here sue has has never
been seen In the eastern part of the
state. From now on the affair will
PERSONAL MENTION, j
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
K I 'nc'1 Turkey, 100 feathers special 35c. 14 inch Tur
j Yh'00 'eal'lers special 50c. 12 inch carriage duster 120 tail
";ers' ?Pec'al 75c. 8 inch parlor duster (Ostrich,) special
D' oisil duster for removing dirt from furniture special 50c.
better 'Ce reatn W'H please you. If you ever had any
0l,rs wont cost you a cent. Wo will let you lie the judge.
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
"S "top from Malu Street tow-urd the Court lIou
W. H. Ferguson, of Adams was a
business visitor in the city Jasl even
Mrs. Jennie Morrison, of Arlington,
was the guest ot Pendleton mends
Mrs. Pruet, of Baker City, and sou
were tho guests of friends. In tho
Miss Edna Catching Is visiting rel
atives' and friends In Portland,
where she will spend her vacation.
R. N. Dunn, of Wallace. Idaho,
prosecuting attorney of Shoshone
county, was In tho city yesterday.
Mrs, E, C. Callender, of Portland,
returned to her home this morning
after a visit with frleuds and iela-
tlves In this city.
Mrs. Jennie Bates, formerly Miss
Jordan, of this city, but now of M Gil
ford, is the guest of Miss Ethel
Thompson, of this city
Mrs. N. Freeland, of Gillali, Wash.,
visited friends In the city yesterday
on her way home from a visit with
triends In tho interior of the county,.
J. J. Balleray left this morning for
Pqrtland, where he goes to transact
business. While uway Judge Bal
leray will visit- with ex-Governor W
I. Lord, at the home or the latter hi'
The Itev. B. F, Harper Eastern
Oregon missionary for tho Presby
terian Sunday schools. passed
through the city last night, having
made another trip to Elgin. -La.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE I
New Suits and Coats
A Woman Chooses here with
the Certainty of Choos
Tho head of our Cloak and Suit I)opartniont visited all tho lending cloak
houses in the East, so wo nr able to show what is hoing worn in' tho fashion
centers. We can show you some of the garnionts displayed in tho CONGRESS,,
of FASHIONS recently' held in Now York. Tailor suits will be in great de
mand this fall. The radical change in the suit jacket from short, to long is
reason enough. The straight round walking skirt, suit has gained in popularity
and will sell largely. Many fancy materials are in evidence, especially Home
spuns, Mixtures and tho Mannish Materials.
New Dress Skirts
New Walking Skirts
Children's Wool Dresses
The new silk waists arc more beautiful than ever and prices within reach
of all. No trouble to show goods.
THE PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE
PENDLETON'S ONLY CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE.
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for llfo, 18
miles to get Dr. King's Now Discov
ery for consumption, cougiis anu
colds, W. H, Brown, of l-eosvllle, Ind
endured death's agonies from asth
ma: hut this wonderful medicine '
gave Instant lcllcf and- soon cured jt
him, lie writes: "I now sleep sound- S;
Jy evory night." Lil:o marvelous j $
cures of consumption,, pneumonia, jj
bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip ,
prove Its matchless merit for all , Sfe
throat and lung troubles. Guaran- y.
teed hottels 50c and $1.00. Trial hot- ;,i
ties free at Tallinan & Co.'s drug
A BIG SALE I the ELITE
Colonel Brengle, Strong Speaker
Tho meeting 'of the Salvation Arno
at the Methodist church last night
wus well attended, Colonel Brenglo
Is a man of great power as a seaker.
and his remarks were listened to with
deep attention by the large audience.
Knslgn Mabce was a revelation to the
people as a singer and his work was
much appreciated. This evening
thero will be another meting at the
Back to the Park.
The Shields' attractions will be
presented tonight In tho open air,
because of the settled, open and
warm weather,- and -will' continue in
the old place until the weather Is
Fall Trade Good
It U good mid that's u fact
say Mr. J-'inueran to our repor
ter. How. do you account for Hj
when others are coiiipluiuhig
about the fall trade T aked him.
Why, I. io jiot know auy olut
good reason tbun that the icoIc
have found out that we are ac
tually mlHuu better shot forlbs
money or the name quality for
lers motley than others (lo. ft Is
really remarkable how many
!ooilr there are who remark
about the "wearing (uallty" of
oursboe Now that is what we
pay for and yon get when you
buy .Douglaa or. Gloria or Jted
Bchoolhoufce Shoes. These b!io-h
are sold at u price and no one
attempts to undersell them
they simply can't and live. We
have found the least margin of
resIsUuce to trade and, Unit ac
counts for our Increase tlili fall.
Now watch uh sll hIkrh. We
carry shot's on five widths iu all
foot form lasts -In all leathers,
heights, styles, sizes, weights,
etc "Hay, don't that boy talk
some'.'" I thought as I went on
my way yrlth a Hue ra'i- "f t''
Douglas shoes on from the
of SCHOOL BOOKS
Klate IVnells '5c
'J Kettles Ileal Ink fic
1 dozen pencils 6
Large Hue CoiiiK)sltlou
book' C, 10, 15 and !
The Oregon State Copy
books here at Nolf's only He
Large, wide tablels-IUO
sheets, only ,.(. c
Fancy pen holder and pen ) etc.
Wo pay highest cash price for
nil kind of old school books.
Kill I Hue of Kt. Joseph and
I'endleton Academy books, and
Public School books at lowest
THE NOLF STORE
Santa Clans Headquarters.
t--H"l"I"H-M"H-H"H -H"l IHH-Hif
I i THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for tho International
Poultry ai)d Stock Kood, Uso
Kow Kure for your cow .trou
bles, C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta St.
Agent for Leo's Lice Killer
Cor M1W11 U ,Ml.isin r. 0 l'Uioii, 'op
Our specialties :ire finest
fresh and salt water fish
of nil 'ilesiralile varitic-s,
crabs, lobsters, clnnm ami
water (lelacacies, Olyin
pin unil Cistern oysters.
We will serve you with
the finest oyster cocktail.
Goods delivered to any
partc-f the city. Prompt
Scrvjcts (and) best fntif
faction. - -
A Trial Order is Solicited
Riorhw-Hlnvfi Mfo i
''qJI viu i u illicit
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of
Pouudry Work u Specialty
Cash paid for old castings
Tho Oregon Dally Journal can ba
found on sale at I'razler'9 book store.