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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1903)
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1903.
i SOCIAL BK EJtGLESI
FULL of FALL FINERY
Oregon's Greatest Natural Wonder
Many Acres of Hottest Spring Water
on Earth Marvelously Curative
A Wonderful water and rest cure. A benutlful health resort. Coo In Summer mild
Hot Iiiike Is to the West what Arkansas Hot Springs nre to the East. It is in the
Grund Itonde Vulley, on O. R. & X. railroad, 200 miles from Portland.
Kor ni;es it lias been known as the "Big Medicine" of the Indian. Flow 2,200,(100 gal
lons per day, boiling hot-many acres of tile hottest spring water in the world.
The water is clear a crystal. The mineral ill the water is in such perfect solution
that no purtlcle of precipitate will fall, even after stmfliug for days.
Marveloutly curative In dl-euses of stomach, bowels, liver, bladder, skin and blood;
also in rheumatism, catarrh, neuralgia and other nervous troubles,
Every up-to-date convenience and equipment of high-class, modern hotel.
Kates; Hotel, 10.00 to 15.00 per week. Baths, single bath, 35 cent': one week, 1.50
three weeks 3."l). Mud 4.00 per week.
riit down and write for our Illustrated booklet today, It will interest you. Address
G. W. TAPE, Gen. Man., or Dr. W. T. PHY,
Medical Supt., Hot Lake Oregon
Oil IXQUIUK OK ANY O. R. & N. STATION AGENT
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INFORMAL BUT VERY
An Abundance of High-Class Eata
bles and Drinkables, a Most Enter
taining Program and Unlimited
Good Fellowship, All Contributed
to the Enjoyment.
The local lodge of tho Eagles gave
a social time to its friends and mem
bers and invited guests last night in
Iho hall. The affair was in tho nature
of an informal social and a smoker,
and all of the guests of tho lodge
were made to feel themselves per
fectly at home and welcome. Pipes
and good things to oat and drink
worn the order of the evening, and
when the men in attendance left for
their homes it was with tho feeling
that they had had one of tho best
times of their lives.
A long and interesting program
was rendered by tho members of tho
lodge, assisted by tho performers
from Shields' Park and the show of
the Quaker doctors. Every number
was well rendered In full as given
Program as Rendered.
Opening address, J. T. Hinklc,
worthy president; song, Ed Murphy;
song, Tom Jordan; recitation, T. Q.
Aston; story, Charles Morsie; Dutch
song, Besthorn, Rhode, Koeppen and
Platzoeder; song, James Sharp; pic-
eating contest, James Mcanes,
Here an intermlssloh was allowed
for refreshments, and after tho au
dience was well rested the program
was again taken up, as follows:
Address on the good of the order,
Thomas Fitz Gerald; song, Bert Vin
cent; dance, Dallas O'Hara, Fred
Foster and William Bogert; special
ties by John Coburn and Messrs.
Thompson and Nelson, of the
Shields' Park, and Messrs. Morrison,
LaVerne, LaGready and Walker, of
the Quaker show.
The success of the evening was due
largely to the efforts of William Bo
gert. T. G. Aston and A. D. Koeppen.
tho committee on program and ar
Is the magnificent stock of carpets and rugs we are
showing. The 1904 patterns arc displayed and ready
(or you to choose the design that pleases vour fancy.
In our stock you will find something to please as wo
have carpets from the heavy velvet hrussels to the
lighter makes and all show that richness that adds so
much to the beauty of your rooms.
We bought carpets in a vast quantity and got prices
which cut down the cost so we are in a position to
save you money.
Broad choice, large savings and expert workmen to
sew and lay your carpets, are inducements we offer.
1 BAKER & FOLSOM
I The Modern Carpet and Furniture
I House of Pendleton
T. D. GADDIS, Proprietor
Candies, Ice Cream Soda
The Always Satisfactory
e wiiEon coal and wood Healers. Handled
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621 Main St. Headquarters for fishing supplies
of a Life Time
All facial blcmihho removed
leaving the face smoothe and per
fect. No drugs, no knife. Red
blistery birth marks removed
without leaving a scar or blemish.
J. B. Despain or
J. J. Worcester
".Mike" Buckley, who used to
freight between Walla Walla and The
Tnllm. (.. .1... ..-..I.. nt,tn 1 nn.l
t 1 uaiiUD, til 11, v uuny oiAlico, jo uriu
J I at Walla Walla. Of late he has re-
I Klilf.,1 In rsnrflelfl Wndh
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
If you don't, your food does not do
you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure is the remedy that every one
should take when there is any tumg
wrong with the stomach. There is
110 way to maintain the health and
strength or mind and body except by
nourishment. There Is no way to
nourish except through the stomach.
The stomach must bo kept healthy,
pure and sweet or tho strength will
lot down and dlsoaso will set up. No
appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad
breath, sour risings, rifting, Indiges
tion, dyspepsia and all stomach trou
bles are quickly cured by the use of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold by
Tallmon & Co.
Tho Infantry and cavalry In tbo
Washington militia are havlnir
strenuous times at their encamp
ment. Tho doughboys avenged a fan
cied slight by stampeding the horses
of tho cavalry, and now things aro
doing In tho court-martial line.
Nuts, Fruits and
Pure Goods and Low Prices l
221 E. Court
Indianapolis is bragging about Us
new voting machine. That's nothing.
Seattle has one she will back against
any other In tho country.
Tho prohibitionists of Maryland
nominated a stato ticket on tho 3d,
with William (Jlsrlcl at tho head oh
candldato for governor.
We have Secured tot Next Week Some
New Comedians New Character Actors
New Song and Dance Teams
New Sketch Teams New Polyscope Pictures
During the inclement weather perform
will be given in Frazer Opera House. We
aim to afford our patrons every comfort
Remember Thursday will be Amateur Night and some excellent Home Talent will be brought out. Bring your
wfft anA ffic fifffp folks and entov Two Solid Hours of Good. Clean. Wholesome Fun.