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Have yot seen the
'KT'C'lIf CTT JT ET A IvTvJ
As displayed by the New Store. It
is universally admitted that noth
ing nobbier or more stylish has ever
been shown la this city.
This week we offer a
Beautiful Peau de
French sleeve for,
and attractive to this rapidly grow
Yesterday brought us
50 dozen new Flannelette
W'aprers, fancy trim
med, heavy fleeced.deslr
ablo patterns, as a leader
New Goods New Prices New
MethodB of doing Business.
THE ACME OF SUCCESS
Rpeaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
Wanted Boll boy at Hotel Pendle
ton. Apply at hotel office.
The homllest man In Pendleton, as
well as tho handsomest, and others,
are Invited to call cu any druggist
end get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to euro and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and 60c. For sale by Tall
man & Co.. sole agents.
Isaac Major Is here to open a com
mission house for the Coe Commis
sion Company, of Minneapolis. This
company Is one of the largest com
mission houses in the United States.
They are opening offices In all of the
principal cities of tho Northwest and
are running their own private wire to
connect the ofllces with tho head of
fice. The line Is now at Colfax and
will reach Pendleton within a few
DEATH OF E. D. M'LAUGHLIN.
FKIDAYBEPTEMBER 12, 1902.
j. A.Beward, farm loans.
Get ei&tkiiiG cloancd at Joerger's.
Nouinaa'B' for cigars and tobacco.
Ait ifiuhr if Imported lunches at
Nice tender celory at Martin's Fam
t Greatr?and Bakery.
at-lll SUDDIV vou with
$1.25 per box.
variety of fruits and veg
S. Younger & Son's.
ches at Phillip's reatau
ilte Tallman's drug Btorc.
'. fine home-made confec
oaeryilSa regular treat for your
BheoMKr baskets, office supplies,
lUeiyjqgpn, all styles lamp chim
or has no terrors at the
e basement, wnere goo a
is on tap.
.pes, Crawford peaches,
oes and celery at Hawley
S'Concert tonight at F. S.
3UBger.'?fe Son's. Music by the fa'
oui; Bavarian band, from 7 to 9 p
,. All; are cordially Invited.
Wanted A first-class stenographer
td typewriter. Steady employment
right. pewon. Adress Box 105, Pon
atony Oigon, giving experience,
lary and preferences.
Keeping correct time
;;es, and will go in an
joth'er way when the pub
,'liC(learns our prices.
f Ulame Clocks are beautiful
- iu' finish, handsome in ap
;; tpewrance and guaranteed
- r!&Keurate time keepers.
Ak;rm Clocks, full nickle
f 'iie, 75o to $2.50.
i -C-VyiOl Clocks, attractive
CMee, $5.60 to $10.
Bhelf Clocks, well made and
serviceable, (3 to $6.50.
Mantle Clocks, very orna
mental, latest designs, to
Jeweler and Optician
jlfMt Door to R. Alexander
Castle's for poultry.
Castle's for fish, always fresh.
Everything new to see at Teutsch's
Clam and oyster cocktails at M.
We have them now. Shoes.
Nabisco wafers in all flavors a!
Gregg's coffee, the best, at F. S.
Younger & Son's.
Crawfish cooked in white wine and
fresh crabs at Gratz's.
f ine eounu citrons for preserves,
at Martin's Family Grocery.
Latest style patterns for fall suits
and trousers at Selbert & Shulz.
For Sale House and lot; enquire
of F. P. Light, care Oregon Lumber
Don't forget that you can see the
biggest assortment of shoes at
It. Martin is having fine gold let
tered signs painted on the windows
of his grocery.
The new fashionable millinery for
fall and winter is arriving dally at
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Hihorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building.
Honor s bright spices, baking pow
der and extracts, can't be beat, at F.
S. Younger & Son's.
Drop into the cool, comfortable
basoment of the Golden Rule and en-
Joy a glass of Schlltz beer.
The biggest assortment of Jardl
nlers ever shown In Pendleton, will
arrive next week at Rohrman's.
Peaches $1.25 per box.
Grand concert tonight at F. S.
Younger & Son's. Music by the fa
mous Bavarian band, from 7 to 9 p.
m. AH are cordially invited.
For Sale 800-acre wheat farm. 10
miles from Pendleton, all summer
fallowed; nearly all fenced. Good
spring on it. Address Box 495. j
Grand concert tonight at F. S.
Younger & Son's. Music by the fa
mous Bavarian band, from 7 to 9 p.
m. All are cordially invited.
Another dance will be given In Ar
mory hall Saturday night. Klrkman's
orchestra will furnish music. A good
time promised all who attend.
Billy Krasslg will movo his barber
shop across the streot from his pres
ent location and will occupy a room
in tho now Martin block which Is now
bolug fitted up.
The citizens of Pendleton are be
ing treated to music today by the
famous Bavarian band. This band Is
composed of eight men with instru
ments and they travel from place to
placo playing for tho public and tak
ing up collections. This evening they
ill give a concert In tho grocery of
, S. Younger & Son. Their playing
Prominent Lawyer and Old Pendle-
tonlan Dies at Seattle.
Judge E, D. McLaughlin died at Se
attle Monday night. He was proml'
nently known here, having practiced
law In this city in copartnership with
Colonel William Parsons a number of
He also married the daughter
Mrs. Annie Leo, of this city. He
came to Pendleton about two months
ago for his health, but as he grew
worse from day to day, he returned
to Seattle a few weeks ago and died
at the hospital In that city.
Last Tuesday's Seattle Post-Intelll
gencler had the following to say
reference to Judge McLaughlin':
"Judge E. D. McLaughlin, a well
known resident of Seattle, died at
Providence hospital shortly before 10
o'clock last night. Ho suffered
stroke of paralysis six months ago,
but was apparently recovering until
a week bro, when he began to sink
rapidly. He was removed to the hos
pltal, where he passed away.
"Judge McLaiiRhlln was equally
well known In politics throughout the
state. He was the chairman of the
state central committee of the popu
list party during the heat of two cam
nalcns. He was elected to that post
tlon In 189G and continued to direct
the affairs of that political organlza-
tlon until 1900.
"He was born in Cincinnati, O., in
1843, but his family moved to Arkan
s as when he was still a child and he
acquired his education at the Fayette
academy. He studied law and first
opened an office at Marlcsvllle, La.,
removing In 1871 to Omaha, Neb. In
1888 he came West, settling at Pen
dleton, Or., where he married Mrs
Josle Fiudley, who survives him. One
son was born to the couple, who is
now 9 years old. They came to Seat
tie ten years ago and Judge Me
Laughlin associated himself in busl
ness with Judge Benson and Will H,
Morris. This partnership was brolo
en up only on Judge Benson's elec
tion to the bench. Judge McLaughlin
then applied himself to the task of
preparing a code of the state laws
This he Issued In 189" under the title
of "McLaughlin's Code."
"He was a member of lodge No.
51. Knights of Pythias, under whose
auspices the funeral will be held. The
arrangements for the funeral have
not been completed."
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
CLOAK ROOM SPECIAL
CASE OF FAITH DISEASE.
YU ARE TANNED
Dust and hot sun would harm almost any complex
ion. Tan, sunburn and routrhness of all kinds are
speedily cured by using
WE NUT CREAM
Directions on package how to use. Very simple. A
25-cent bottle of Pine Nut Cream, a 50-cent Complexion
Brush and a good cake of soap (we sutreest Dr. Oliver's
f Skin Soap) applied as directed on bottle will improve
your complexion greatly.
tOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Fteps from Main St. Toward the Co art House
DMA BODA, 6c
Drunken Man Was Told That His
Leg Was Broken Thought It Was
a Fact Hauled to Jail In a Dray.
A harvest hand named Bell came
to town the first 'of the week to "wet
up" and since that time he has been
well loaded with booze. He is peac
able, however, and while he was so
drunk that he could not walk without
staggering from one side of the walk
to the other, he has not made any
noise about It and let other people
alone: This kept him out of tho city
jail until .today. Some one perpetrat
ed a huge joke on Bell this forenoon
and as a result he Is now where he
cannot get anything to drink, except
city water, and will have plenty o
time to sober up and think of tho
evils of his way.
Some one told him that he had a
broken leg. This was serious, but
Bell Immediately began to Imagine
that ho had pains In his leg and ac
tually behoved that he was crippled.
The joker furnished, hlra with one
crutch and It was laughable to see
Bell trying to walk on one foot and
one crutch. He got out into tho
street and his lame limb became so
serious that he laid down and tho po
lice then came to his rescue and
hauled him to the lockup on a dray.
He will get a hearing in police
court as soon as he gets sober
enough to be taken before the judge.
One Week Beginning Satarday
Style'! In Grey, Tan, Black and Blue, at $6.98
Style 2In Mixtures, Red, Tan, Black and Grey, $7.98
New Fall Waists for school wear, at 89c
New Waistings, Exclusive Patterns, (M JC
only two of a kind, per yard, 60c to Pl-wt5
36-inch All Wool Canvas Suiting, just TAp
right for School presses, per yd, - iJvrw
Children's School Plaids, large range QCT
of Patterns and Colors, per yd. -
School Hose, Extra Heavy Fast Black,
all sizes, per pair -
Children's Natural Wool and Jersey On
Ribbed Shirts, Pants, Drawers all sizes, i-)Js
Agents for: Butterick's Patterns, Royal Worces
ter Corsets, Trefousse Kid Gloves
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
A GOOD TIME.
Promised the People of the Inland
Empire at the Spokane Fair, Oct.
The time for all the Inland Kmplro
to meet and have a grand reunion
the farmer, stockman and fruitgrower
to compare notes and to talk Bhop
is Oct, 6th to 14th, 1902, at which
time the big fair at Spokano Is held.
Reports from the management arc
that It will be bigger, brighter and
better than ever. Itaclng, amusement
and music will be the special feature
added to the exhibits.
Dressed and undressed. Kid
body, jointed, bisque, rubber
and rag dolls New goods.
25c. 35 antl 48c for a new lot
ol ladies' pocket books and
Baseball Boys Leaving.
One by ono the Pendleton baseball
players are leaving for pastures now.
William White left last evening for
JUtisKegon, Mich.; William Jhock
hoff for San Francisco; Bert Schills,
for Portland. Robert Brown, the cap
tain of the team, will remain In Pen
dleton for a while at least, hnvlng ac
cepted a position with the Hartman
Abstract Company. W. K. Schmidt
and George Stovall will also remain
Excursion to Washington, D. C.
On the occasion of the Q. A. R. en
campment, to be held at Washington,
D. C, October G :o 11. tho O. R. & N.
Co. will sell round trip tickets at
$09.85. Dates of sale September 29
and 30, limit 30 days. Choice of
routes, going and coming.
12 lead pencils, 5c; 20 slate
pencils, 5c; pen holder and
pen, ic, etc.
Iloro is an Idoa that may
not have oome to you:
Why hoat your homo cook
ing meals ?
Just toko your meals dur
ing the summor at tho
Sanford's, Stafford's, Carter's,
Diamond, Barnes', Arnold's,
Thomas', etc., etc., 2jc to
98c a bottle.
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The "Frederick Nolf"
forged blades, stag or
handles, 18c to 85c.
Santa Clans Headquarters,
You'll enjoy our cooking
and the ouisino sorvod.
file French Restaurant
CJUB LA FONTAINE, Prop.
Telephone Main 4.
Plenty of Sheep.
John Town Is In Pendleton looking
for a large lot ot lambs and range
sheep to be shipped to Montana, Mr
Town makes Umatilla county ono of
bis principal localities, and snips
ships thousands of head out of hoie
each year. Ho says there aro plenty
of sheep, but tho owners are not anx
ious to bell. He Is offering $1.50 and
11.75 for Iambs.
Storage Fire-Proof Warehouse.
All goods stored at reasonable
price. Call on Tom Smart, at ware
house, rear of Standard Grocery.
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IS OUR MOTTO
Strict adhtxenca to It aiblca aa to faaKfy willing worker to naisa
nperlor service m bookkeeper! ui utaaoxraphen. Oar Inatructtoa la
nniuntlly thorough fact o widely JtBowa that reputation aloae Utsa
k noct of our itndeaU. Quality el wye eonU. Uiamlne Lata ear
Cacilitlea better now Uuut arer War. IaJoetrioa, willing itudtnU aiaba
rapid advancement in all atadlca Ukaa, Call, or writ for oar eatalogua.
Farlc and Washington Streets
A. r. Armstrong, 1,1 B., PrladpCj
p Come and get our prices on
The new slock of Fall Furniture is now 111 and includes
all the modern ideas of the Hast, West, North and South,
so you have a conpletf assortment to select from. We
keep our promise to save you money on Furniture, Car
pets, Stoves, Ranges and Household Furnishings.
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next to PoBtailice.