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MRS. ARTIE 8EEK8 DIVORCE.
yeB, Fancy Scotch Plaids, worth fjjj
bvas, rod, blue, br )vm and black, 0R
i85c and 40c, special '
Knew and stylish effects in (MOOO
and Fancy Melton, D.bU to y-.w
3, $2.75, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00.
fox, Beaver, Mink, Chinchilla, Seal,
ros. Dry Goods Company.
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cIothlBgriaaaed i at' Joorgor's.
iime'8 frrJjloiwfitna tobacco.
acted QttecarUveB, 30c a bottle,
son'k fine ' cwo-mado confoc
r la i'tt: ,'regukirtreat for your
hJeEtw1fl!Bbanter caps for
mt.:1-'':0MMfeU's. Oh my!
terrors at toe
or & Son's,
en In Pendle-
Tlnc our cxclu
Hule and en
it was when
at farm, 10
ire the in
Whitaljer, the dentist.
Olympia oysterB at Castle's.
Fresh oysters at F. S. Younger &
Fine yellow Crawford peaches at
Gregg's Moca and Java coffee at F.
S. Younger & Son's.
Born, Tuesday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Dayton Barnhart, a girl.
Nlco tender celery at Martin's Fam
Ily Grocery and EaUery.
Hazelwood and Gold Medal butter
at F. S. Younger & Son's.
Wanted Bell boy at Hotel Pendle
ton. Apply at hotel office.
Fine sound citrons for preserves,
nt Martin's Family Grocery.
Fall and winter styles await your
Inspection at Selbert & Schulz, tail
ors. Cigars, tobacco and smokers' sup
plies at Jack Candlsh's, Patton's old
Found A canvas coat with cordu
roy collar. Call on R. Martin's deliv
All kinds of cereals and breakfast
foods fresh and good at the Standard
Plenty of nice fresh ranch eggs and
butter at all times at the Standard
For Uent Suit of rooms for house
keeping. M. Compton, 304 South Gar
Daniel F. Beatty second-hand piano,
upright, good as new. A bargain. At
S. L. Wakefield & Co.'s.
All kinds of candy, such as cara
mels, creams, chocolates, taffy and
nut candles made at the Delta.
A bicycle was left In my place of
business over two months ago. Owner
can have same by calling ana dcscrlh
Ing property. M. Gratz.
Elmer E. Turner's new transfer
wagon will do your hauling. Head
quarters at Brock & McComas' drug
store. Telephone main 201.
Buy Chase & Sanborn coffee and
teas and you will use no other. It is
medium In price, and tha quality Is the
best. A C. itohrman's fr.'ocery.
At bedtime I take a pleasant herb
drink, Ihe 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 made from
herb., and Is prepared as easily as
tea. It is called Lane's Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Price 25c and BOc.
For sale by Tallman & Co., sole
Husband Ran Away With Another
Woman, But Is Sorry.
The sequal to the escapades of Ar
tio Anderson has Just come out in
the filing this forenoon of papers for
a divorce by Mrs. Anderson.
The suit for divorce alleges that Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson were married at
Jacksonville, Or., in October, 1894,
and one year later a girl was born
to them. The complaint also states
that at divers times between July 14
and July 22, 1902, defendant commit
ted adultery with one Alice Donley.
She asks that the court give her the
custody of the child, now 7 years of
age, and such other relief as to equi
ty seems meet.
It will be remembered that during
tho absence of Mrs. Anderson in Cal
ifornia, at the bedside of the dying
mother of Mr. Anderson, ho suddenly
left town without any causo other
than an infatuation for Alice Donley,
a denizen of the tenderloin district.
and he took his paramour with him.
Since that time Anderson has either
been deserted by the woman or has
tired of her, for he has tried divers
"ways to induce Mrs. Anderson to lot
him return to her and asked hor for
giveness for his wiong doings. Mr.
Anderson declined to consider the
proposition and now asks the court
to sever tho bonds heretofore existing
BICYCLE LICENSES NOW DUE.
If You Want to Ride a Wheel on Side
walks Get a Tag.
With the first day of October the
city bicycle tag becomes . due. It Is
estimated that r.o less than GOO bicy
cles are owned in Pendleton and less
than 200 pay for tho prlvlllge of rid
ing on the walks, but many who do
not pay take the privilege regardless
of tho efforts of the police to prevent
It and those whoso business almost
compels them to ride on the walks
when the streets are bad.
A special policeman will be put on
and an effort made this year to en
force the ordinance relative to riding
on walks and. every offender will be
caught sooner or later and will have
to contribute a fine to the city.
Considerable kicking was register
ed last year over the apparent laxity
in enforcing this law. It was claimed
by those who paid the tax that wheel
men rode on the sidewalks In the sub
urbs without a license. This, they
claimed, was not giving those who
paid for the privilege a fair deal, and
some went so far as to advocate tho
repealing of the law.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
W. L. GEURANT INJURED.
C C. Sharp, tho painter and paper
hanger, has a craw of men at work
today painting the Main street bridge
across tho Umatilla River. Mr. Sharp
was awarded the contract for the
work at a recent meeting of the city
council. The contract price was $151.
'OUT salt Water baths as vnn Hid wliiln nn vnnr
.at the sea shore ? You can have the same thing
5 CENTS POUND
!,of our Atlantic City Sea Salt will make two-dealt
water baths. eAnal tn a cm Kntl.
live bath brushes, bath sponges, wash rags, bath
i everyinmg mat neips to improve your bath.
Team Ran Away, Throwing Him Un
der Wheels, Breaking His Leg.
W. L. Geurant, a farmer living near
Cold Springs, is suffering from a se
rious Injury received yesterday In a
Mr. Geurant was hauling wheat to
the warehouse with a four-horse team
and it being somewhat cool riding,
tied the lines around the brake and
got off the seat to wnlk and keep
warm. The team became frightened
and started to run. Mr. Geurant
made a grab for the lines and in do
ing so caught his foot and fell under
the wagon. The rig was heavily load
ed with wheat and the hind wheel
passed over his body, breaking the
leg between tho knee and hip and
otherwise crushing him very badly.
The team ran on and left Mr. Geu
rant in the road, where he would
have bled to death had not a neighbor
happened along who picked him up
and took him to Helix, where his
wound was dressed. The team ran
more than two miles before It stop
ped, but no damage was done to eith
er team, wagon or load.
Have Yoa Seen Our
52 to 56 Inches Wide
65c, 75c, 95c, $100 tp to
$250 pe yatd
Tailor-Made Suits, or Walking Skirts
All Steam Sponged and Shrunk
4 yds. enough lot a suit
21 yds. enough lot a skirt
Every worthy fabric Is represented in our stock.
More than pleased to show them to you.
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
AGENTS BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS
DOPED AND ROBBED.
Harvest Hand Loses- His Summer's
Wages In a Walla Walla Saloon.
Walla Walla, Oct. 1. A sensation
nl story was told by a harvest hand
yesterday morning, who said that the
night before ho was given knock-out
drops and stripped of all his wealth,
amounting to about $50, in a saloon
where gambling is being conducted.
The man was in search of a warrant
yesterday morning, but evidently
feeling tho hopelessness of securing a
conviction, he Is said to have dropped
tho matter. According to tho man's
story he went Into a local resort and
met a couple of gamblers. Ho had a
drink at the bar with his new-found
friends and a few minutes later be
came oblivious to his surroundings.
When ho carao to at an early hour
in the morning ho was minus the sav
ings of a summer's work and had a
head on him as big as a barrel.
Ward and James.
The real theatrical treat of tho sea
son nt Fraswr's opera house opens
Thursday night, October 9, upon the
arrival of Frederick Wardo and
Louis James. They will give two per.
formances in Pendleton and they are
said to be nt their very best, While
these, the greatest actors on tho
American r.tago today, do not need
adverlslng, yet theater-goers should
not forget their coming until It will
be too late to get good seats at the
opera house. They may never an
pear together again and thiB season
promises to be an historical one In
theatrical life on the Pnclflc Coast
with the joint appearance of tho two
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to me must settle by Octo
ber 10th, or their acounts and notes
will be placed In the hand ot an at
torney with instruction to collect.
E. L. SMITH.
Small Boy I want to get a bale ft
hay. Dealer .What do you want
with hay? Is It for your father?
Small Boy No sir. It's for our horse,
Chicago Dally News.
Hundreds of bars of Tine Toi
let Soap, offered this week at 3c,
5c, 8c and 10c a bar.
Ohio W. C. T. U.
Salem, O., Oct. 1. Several hundred
enthusiastic women representing all
parts of the state greeted Mrs. Annie
W. Clark, of Columbus, state ores!
dent, this morning when she called to
order the 29th annual convetnlon of
the Ohio Women's Christian Temper
ance Union. The morning session
was given over to addresses of wel
come and responses, followed by a
department symposium In which
views were exchanged by leading
workers. This afternoon the conven
tion listened to revlowa of tho year's
work presented by Miss Francis En
sign, Madison, corresponding secre
tary: Mrs. Estelle Purdum, Chlllico
the, recording secretary, and other of
cers ot the slate organization. To
morrow will bo devoted to addresses
and discussions of various branches
of the union work and Friday morn
ing the annual election of officers will
HfeEN'S DRUG STORE I
HHuflppm Main St., Toward the Court House I
V I Lit Shoes
Santa Glaus Hoadiiuartoru,
Is always read)' at our tables.
There is a variety of tempt
ing and excellent food on our
bill of fare. Everything is
served by courteous and at
The French Restaurant
QUH LA FONTAINE, Prop,
S T CRAG
T(plion Main 4.
Where Whole Families are Shod.
IS OUR MOTTO
Strict dhrenct to k nablM m t qpullf willing worker to rcsAu
aprior erric m bookkeeper ul nCaaofrcphcr. Oar lajtruttloa id
wgaKaBy tfccrogh fact o vUtiy known tint rvpaUtloa sloa Magi
u Hoit of oar itndeata. Quality tlwny conU. KitnU tats mm
CuUltlc better now thaa rr Waco. ZavdaatrloM, willing (tadiata auto
rapU advancement la ail U41aa taka. CaU, or wrlta for ou catalogs
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Fark and Washington Streeta A. T. Atwuttwig, LU. B., Ptiaa
Come and get our prices on
The new stock of Kali Furniture is now in and includes
all the modern ideas of the East, West, North and South,
so you have a co-npletc 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 f osotllce.