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LEE TEUTSCH FOR LADIES' WEAR.
This Week Will Be a-
i IN NEW SK1K TS.
I? Heavy Oxford grey pedestrian skirts, 9-inch IQ RA
I uritahfld flounce, snecial tpu.UU
Novelty mixtures in brown and light Oxfords
stranned with the same material, flounce and
seven core flare skirts. An elegant value for (PR RA
$8.00, special KUU
Ooen seam flounce skirts in black, satin tfjfl RA
jpiped, worth $6.50, special
BEAUTIFUL LINE UNDERSKIRTS.
New Mercerized single, double and accordion 00 RA
jleated ruffle underskirts from 1.25 to yu.uv
Great Special Sale and Display for the Week.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
AY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1902.
stsi Mnwnrrl. farm loans.
j"n-iltint;.iTiir cleaned at Joergers.
5 .N5wians for cigars and tobacco.
EJiSjfeinds it imported lunches at
twSed-A dining room girl. Apply
Ajjp ave tnem now Shoes.
Ciawfish cooked in white wine and
freekjgrabs at Gratz's.
ijalifeon's ice cream is perfection.
jfateHtone in j-our order.
IflSiiSies' shoes, finest in styles. Best
tofMHiar. Lee Teutsch.
lunettes at runups resuiir
iposite Tallman's drug store.
(till have a few fruit jars left
e will let go at cost; Tfle
lew fashionable millinery for
winter Is arriving dally at
leather has no terrors at the
Rule basement, where good
ieer Is on tap.
crapes. Crawford peaches,
ilums, canteloupes, bananas,
tatoes and celery at Hawley
A flrfst-elasfl Rtenocrranhfir
iwrlter. Steady employment
lerson. Adress Box 105. Pen-
eveetfcf&Oregon, giving experience,
Ui3V t 1
.Keeping correct time
yes, and will go in an
other way when the pub-
c lea.-ns our prices.
-These Clocks are beautiful
to finish, handsome in ap-
jaearance and guaranteed
accurate time keepers.
larm Clocks, lull nlcKle
late, 76c to f 12.60.
rail Clocks, attractive
eases. $5.60 to $10.
Shelf Clocks, well made and
serviceable. $3 to t6.H0.
'Mantle Clocks, very orna
mental, latest designs. (6
reler and Optician
f ext Door to K, Alexander
Castle's for ioultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Everything new to see at Teutsch's,
Clam and oyster cocktails at M,
Nabisco wafers in all flavors at
For sale Fechtner's confectionery
store, on Court street.
Rohrman will supply you with
peaches at fl.25 per box.
Latest style patterns for fall suits
and trousers at Seibert & Shulz.
29c, 49c and 98c for Imported sets
of Ping Pong. Nolf's Book Store.
Don't forget that you can see the
biggest assortment of shoes at
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Rihorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building.
Drop into the cool, comfortable
basement of the Golden Rule and en
joy a glass of Schlitz beer.
Fruits, vegetables, nice spring
chickens only 25c, fresh ranch eggs
20c, and fine creamery butter, at the
The biggest assortment of jardi
nlers ever shown in Pendleton, will
arrive next week at Rohrman's,
Peaches $1.25 per box.
Don't forget the dance at Armory
hall Saturday night Good Music and
a good time assured all who attend.
Gentlemen 75 cents, ladles free.
Those desiring to take lessons In
elocution, voice culture, etc., will
please call at Miss Agnes Dunbar's
studio, room &, js. u. Duuaing. rn
vate or class lessons.
Copeland and Son, who conduct the
Missouri blacksmith shop on Webb
street, are having quite a rush on
their improved grain racks and are
kept hustling to fill orders. Copeland
& Son are making racks with an ad'
justable seat which has become very
popular with those who have used or
C. Coldsworthy, proprietor of the
chop mill at the corner of Alta and
Cottonwood streets, and dealer In
grain, hay, etc., reports business good
this year and says that his mill Is
kept rushed with business. Mr.
Coldsworthy has a fine lot of alfalfa
hay on hand and can supply the pub
lic with this desirable feed. Tho hay
is of a splendid grade. N
At bedtime I take a pleasant herb
drink, the next morning I feel bright
and my complexion Is better. My
doctor says that It acts gently on the
stomach, liver and kidneys and is a
pleasant laxative. It is maae irom
herbs, and Is prepared as easily as
tea. It IB called Lane s Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 25c aLd 60c,
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
U ARE TANNED
Dust and hot sun would harm almost any complex-
.ion. Ian, sunburn and roughness ot all Kinds are
S speedily cured by using
TE NUT CREAM
Directions on nackaee how to use. Very simple. A
J5-cent bottle of Pine Nut Cream, a 50-cent Complexion
Jrush and a good cake of soap (we suggest Dr. unvers
skin Soap) applied as directed on bottle will improve
four complexion greatly.
EPPEN'S DRUG STORE
ps from Main St. Toward the Coart House
DMA SODA, 6c.
Stilt In Session, But Llttlo Business
of Importance Being Transacted.
County court convened again today
after two days spent In wrcsUlng
with tho problems of tho county. This
Is to bo a very short term ot court, as
there Is a derth ot business other
than the viewing and allowing ot bills
which havo been plied up against tho
county within the past two months.
Tho business will bo finished tomor
row and court will adjourn.
Tho bills to date are:
Justice Court Expense.
W. T. Sellers. $1: II. II. McRey
nolds. $3.70; J. U Miller, $3.20; J. W
Dvkes. $27.50; Thomas Fitz Gerald
$87.15: J. M. Bentley. $44.40; Frank
Frazler, $1.20; J. W. Crow, $1.20;
William Foesch, $1.20: Carl Hanson,
$1.20: A. J. Black, $1.20; A. C. Gregg,
$1.20: C. E. Finch. $1.70; Zolla Finch,
$1.70: Manassa Lefler. $1.70; Chris
Randley, $1.70; Al Hart, $1.70: Mln
nle Sherkise, $1.70; Charles Finch
$1.70; Nancy Gibson, $10.30; Claude
Penland. $1.70; P. II. Fee, $1.70;
Penland. $1.70; A. M. Clarke, $1.70;
Harry Cook, $1.70; J. A. Biakley,
$1.70: P. H. Fee. $1.70; James Kef'
fer. $1.70; J. B. Damaln, $1.70; Gld
Brown, $3.50; Minnie Brown, $3.50;
Hugh Sempie, $1.50; Will Johnson
$1.70; Clarence Penland. $1.70; M. W.
Moore. $1.70; Carl Churchill, $1.70;
D. M. Armon, $1.70; Miles Haynes,
$1.70; Thomas Swartz, $4.30; Bertha
Anderson. $4.30; August Lahts, $4.30;
John Hagen. $2.90.
Road, Bridge and Highway.
J. N" .Basket, $9; North Milton
Lumber Company, $4.20; R. C. Ha
gen, $10; J. D. Gish, $27; T. E. Rom
bo, $16; Omer Ollnger, $14; L. A
Rombo. $7.50; C. P. Smith, $4; Tam
arack Mill Company, $3.36; T. J.
Conrad, $2; C. F. Weiss. $19; J. K
Bott, $7.C0; F. H. Richmond , $7.G0;
John Scott. $2.20; J. D. Haggett, $3;
J. W. Kimbrell. $C0.70; W. D. Hans
ford, $12; B. F. Rcnn, $12; Jerry
Barnhart, $12; J. S. McLeod. $3; Jay
& Jensen, $10.50; H. E. Cook, $46.55;
Hank Fanning, $33; Montgomery
Bros., $217.57; Charles Hein, $5; Rob
ert Forster, $34.77; A. W. Norton
$49.50; H. J. Taylor, $26.75; tho Athe
na Lumber Company, $189.75.
Pacific States Telephone Company
$66.05"; C. H. Crooker Co., $64.50;
Irwin, Hodson Co., $20; Montgomery
C. M. Pierce, $2.45; S. J. Cully,
$5.50; G. A. R. McGrew, $1.50; D
Kemler, $14.75; W. TPorter, $10;
E. M. Lyons Co., $7.50; Dr. W. G.
Court House Expense.
T. F. Howard, $30; D. Kemler,
Circuit Court Expense.
C. L. Hastings, $2.20; W. O. War
ren, $7.60; W. M. Scott, $5.60; L. E.
Coroner's Inquest Expense.
George Hartman, Jr., $1.20; J. D.
Brown, $1.20; Felix -Romagoux, $1.20;
J. H. Hennings, $1.20; J. B. McDill
$1.20; Joe Biakley, $1.20; W. J. Fur
nish, $1.70; Dr. A. W. Botkin, $5.20;
W. G. Cole, $11.35; G. M. Froome, $3.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
Children's School Hose, Nice
Heavy Quality, all Sites, per
Pain , . . .
Children's Union Suits, just
the Right Weight for this Sea
son the year, per suit
Children's Vest and Pants,
Fleece Lined, Medium Weight,
Best Value in the City, all
Sizes, each .
And Still They Come.
, Messrs. W. R. Howard and J. E,
Reynolds left last evening for Pen
dleton to witness the operation of a
new combined harvester which prom.
Ises to work a revolution in the cost
of harvesting. The new machine with
two men and 12 horses will cut,
thresh and sack from 20 to 25 acres
per day at an expense of 30 cents per
acre, about one-half the cost of tho
former combined machines. La
Gran do Observer.
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
AGENTS BUTTERICK' S P ATTERNS
The Movement Has Been Started In
Milton, Sept. 5. Since tho move
ment of strawlng public roads to free
them from the dust has been started
in Walla Walla county it has been
inaugurated in the east end ot Uma
tilla county. J. F. Campbell, road su
pervisor, who lives in Milton, has
been strawlng tho roads in his terri
tory for several weeks. He has 87
miles of road in his district and wll
straw all of this within the next few
weeks. Mr. Campbell Is meeting with
success In his work. Tho farmers re
sponding to his calls for straw and
are donating load after load for the
A False Alarm. "
The report was turned in to the
local O. R. & N. officials yesterday
afternoon that a slide had ocurred on
the O. R. & N. track, near Cayuse
and traffic had been endangered by
it. A crew was immediately dis
patched on an engine to investigate
but no sign of a slide could be found.
Evidently the man who started the
report had little to do and simply
wanted to cause a sensation.
AH persons Indebted to the Depot
Livery stables are requested to call
and settle without delay.
ELWIN CRAIG, Prop.
Fresh milch cows. S, M. Richard
The world's yield of grain Is esti
mated as follows: Wheat, 2,905,320,-
000 bushels; rye, I,C79,Ut .,uiU bush
els; barley, 1,141,680,000 liUbhels;
oats. 3,004,720,000 bushels; corn, 2,-
073,480,000 bushels. The .European
wheat crop Is estimated to give an In
crease of 193,120,000 bushels over the
crop of 1901; a decrease of 136,320
bushels Is expected in tho European
corn crop. The wheat crop of the
United States is estimated at G4C.
100,000 bushels, with a surplus of
210,160,000 bushels. The Canadian
wheat crop Is estimated at 93,720,000
bushels, with a surplus of 820,000
Nearly Pure Gold.
H. C. Johnson was up In the Rapid
River country last week on legal bus
iness. Ho brings out news of a won
derful new strike in tho North Star
mining property on Rapid river
about 15 miles from Pollock. The
story is pretty well guarded, but It
is understood that tho striko essays
3000 ounces of silver and $20,000
gold to the ton. Grangeville Stand
Another large shipment received.
2c, 3c, Gc, 8u and 10c a bar.
We have also the famous Curative
Skin at 10c a bar. Try us for Soap.
Horo is an ldoa that may
not have como to yon:
Why hoat your hom con ki
Just take your mealrt
lug tho summor at tL-
You'll onjoy our cooking
and tho oulsino sorvod,
The French Restaurant
GUH LA FONTAINK, Prop.
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to me will please call and set
tle their accounts.
H. M. SLOAN.
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Come and get our prices on
- i NEW FURNITURE
The new stock of Fall Furniture is now in and includes
all the modern ideas of tho Uast, West, North and South,
so you have a complete assortment to select from. We
keep our promise to save you money on Furniture, Car
pets, Stoves, Ranges und Household Furnishings.
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next to Poa'.ollico.