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SHE WAS HIS SLAVE
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Men's Half Soles, Nailed 75c
Lles' Half Soles, Nailed 40c
Itttlt Work Delivered to Any
ftrt of fie City ooco
OCTOBER 31, 1302
ward, farm loans.
it clam chowdu''.
Soyiters at Castle's.
, take a P. I. It.
winter suits at Joerger's,
ito chips at F. S. Younger
pairing of all kinds,
Eastern and Cove oysters
limburger and Swiss
niches at Oratz's.
ur eggs to F. S. Younger
Bo cents per dozen.
; F. S. Younger & Son's.
cooking at Phillips'
Everything tastes good,
poacco ana smoKors' sup-
Kk Candlsh's, Patton's old
les, sweet potatoes, chick.
ms at the Standard Gro-
casn piau saves you
j cleaned and pressed by
I workmen. Prices reason.
fcllanil, corner Holland and
-Property on corner of
sr, 73x75 feet, two
le rents pay 8 per ceir
Mmont. Must be sold by
N. T. Conklin, office at
nsw idea of
Whltaker, the dentist.
Oyater cocktails at Gratz's.
Olympla oysters at Castle's.
When driving, take a P. I. R.
When driving, take a P. I. It.
Neuman's for cigars and tobacco.
Hot Wienerwurst and saur kraut at
Fresh strawberries at F. S. Young
er & Son's.
Full line of chlldren't Pine-Pone
hats at Mrs. Campbell's.
Don't forget that we do all kinds ot
shoe repairing. Teutsch's.
Lewis and Clark badges and but
tons at Nolf's book store.
Fresh kraut and nice mince meat at
F. S. Younger & Son's.
The season for Dutton's fine taffies
and home-made chocolate creams.
Your suits will be the helghtb of
fashion If made by Siebert & Schulz.
Gladstone, Douglas, Astoria, Octa
vo envelopes with paper ' to match.
Brick building for rent, on Court
street, block and a half from Main
street. See J. F. Temple.
We have the neatest and largest
Mock .of jardlniers at prices so low as
to surprise you. C. Rohrman.
Light Brahma and Buff Cochin
chickens lor sale at the Standard
Grocery at the lowestmarket price.
Lamp fixtures, nil size .chimneys.
wicks, burners, brackets, reflectors,
shades, globes In stock at all prices.
3G cents per dozen
Bring your eggs to F, S. Younger
35 cents per dozen.
The Dally East Oregonlan s on
sale in Portland at the Rich news
stand in Hotel PerkinB, and at the
Lost A full-blooded Irish setter:
white "Y" on forehead. Any informa
tion as to its whereabouts will be ap
preciated by J. V. Tallman.
See Wlthoe for sewing machines;
the latest and best on earth; chain
and lock stitch combined. Prices 14
degrees below zero, call and see
me. It will pay you.
Perhaps when you are all but ready
to go to the dance this Halloween,
jou ll find that .you are short a col
lar. tie or possibly a dress shirt. The
Peoples "Warehouse has them.
Why have gray hair. Get walnut
coloring, $1 per bottle, express pre
paid. San Francisco Hair Store, 1401
First avenue, Seattle, manufacturers
of all kinds of hair goods. Bend for
COMPELLED TO EARN MONEY
FOR HUSBAND TO SQUANDER.
Mr. Porter Asks for Divorce, Alleg
Ing That Her Husband Has Treat
ed Her Most Brutally.
Lois Porter vs. Leonard Porter, is
lue .uue oi a sun mea at the court,
house this forenoon for divorce
The allegations state that Mr. and
Mrs. Porter were married in Clackl
mas county in 1SD9. She tells the
usual story of cruelty and failure to
provide. She says three months aftei
their marriage defendant began a
course of cruel treatment and would
spend most of his nights away from
nome attending dances, and leaving
her alone to care for herself. He
squandered his money In various
ways, but failed to give her any of it,
with winch to buy clothing and some
thing to eat and she says she was
compelled to work out to support her
self. She further alleges that In 1891
defendant compelled her to split the
wood with which to do the cooklnj.
when she was caring for their child.
wnicn was only a few months old.
and she was hardly able to be out ot
bed, let alone doing such work. Dur
ing the summer" just passed plaintiff.
she alleges, compelled her to cook In
the harvest field and when harvest
was over compelled her to go with
him to the valley and pick hops while
he lay around and squandered the
money she .earned. At one time, she
further states, he knocked her down
seven times in succession, his last
cruel treatment of this sort being on
the 29th of the present month. At
that time she says she came home
and after abusing her and striking her
several times threatened to kill her.
Defendant carried a pistol and plain
tiff says he has a violent temper and
she was afraid he would do her and
the child bodily harm some day while
In a "tantrum" unless prohibited by
In addition to the divorce, plaintiff
asks that she be awarded $75 attor
neys' fees and $20 a month alimony
during the pending of the suit, to
gether with $20 a month for the main
tenance of their child during its mi
nority. James A. Fee is the attorney
A COLD-NATURED MAN.
A Crematory Heated Three
Hotter Than Three Just
State Superintendent Ackerman
was discussing the cold or lukewarm
teacher before the county institute.
He said he liked to see teachers
put life into their work; he did not
like to see any one go about work in
a cold, HBtlesB way. Cold people were
no good any way. He told about a
fellow that was so cold that they fi
nally thought him dead. As he was
a cold subject It was decided to cre
mate him. The man who did the ere
mating was instructed to heat the ap
paratus tluee times as hot as usual
pnd to keep the corpse in the furnace
three times as long as the regulation
The Instructions w&re followed to
the smallest detail. The Are was
kept goiue three times as long as
usual and the furnace was made three
times as hot. The relatives had
gathered about the place and an urn
was prepaied In which to receive the
But wheii they opened the furnace
the supposed dead man cried out.
"Shut the door, I feel a dratt!"
Saturday, November tf 1902
Pendleton Woolen Mill Gray Blankets, per pair
29-inch Zinc Trunk, Iron Bottom ...
00 Men's Suits
$7.50, $8.50, $9.00
Ladies' Wool Vests and
Pants, regular price
f will give you
f silver" f
FOR THIS SLIP
IF BROUGHT IN
Not More than Four
to One Person
Only 20 Pieces
First come First served
Big Sale of LADIES' JACKETS, Discooat on Every One
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S OUTFITTERS
BUYING WINTER SUPPLIES.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me must settle by Octo
ber 10th or their accounts and notes
will be placed in the hand of an at
torney with Instructions to collect.
B. Li. KMlTil.
RUBBER SPONGES -
FVtJust recel, , . . . .
?n Rubber fine . 50 '5 s,zeSl nese
rnsineanH ' JiJUUBes give a gentle motion, tnorougu
tare absoIi,tmV'g0ratinB the body, also beautifies the skin.
n the Rum? sanitary and very durable. Come in and
Pm ever,, a ,Hnge tnat we have used at our boaa
a Ior six months and see how well -it wears
EPPEN'S DRUG STORE
rrom Main Q4- T a
a uwo me -.ouri nouse
Woman's Lodge Surprised the Sterner
Sex at the Last Meeting.
At the last meeting of the Macca
bees a delightful evening was spent
by the members during the fore part
of the evening in smoking, but the
genuine pleasure came later. The
lady Maccabees had planned to sur
prise the men aud had prepared all
kinds of good things to eat for the
occasion. When the men had enjoy
ed the solitude of the hall by them
selves as long as the women thought
proper, they ascended upon them and
taking them by surprise, had the hall
for the rest of the evening. The
floor was cleared and dancing was In
dulged in while some played cards.
The lunch was classed as the best
everwhllo all said the surprise was
certainly enjoyed. On the Hth of No
vember the two lodges will combine
In a Boclal.
Live Bird Shoot
The Pendfeton Sportsmen's Associ
ation will hold Us legular bird shoot
at the traps on the hill Sunday, be
ginning at 9 o'clock. This shoot will
be at live pigeons and every true
sportsman Is invited out to take a
hand In the sport.
All who use atomizers In treating
nasal catarrh will get the best result
from Ely's Liquid Cream Balm. Price
Including spraying tube, 76 cents.
Sold by druggists, or mailed by Ely
Bros., 56 Warren street. New York.
New OrleanB, Sept. 1, 1900.
Messrs. Ely Bros: I Bold two hot
ties of your Liquid Cream Balm to a
customer, William Lamberton, 1416
Delachalse street, Ne wOrleans; he
has used the two bottles, giving him
wonderful and most 'satisfactory re
sults. George W. McDuff, pharmacist'
Ranchmen of Interior Come 200 Miles
To Buy at Pendleton.
Pendleton Is fast becoming recog
nized as a town where the best mer
chandise can be secured for the least
money. Not a day passes but from
one to a half dozen four-horse wagons
are not loaded here for points In the
interior and it frequently happens
that loads are taken from here .right
Into or past other towns where the
same goods could be procured but
Pendleton merchants undersell those
of the other towns and a long drive
is made to save a few dollars.
Yesterday J. H. Hayes and son, of
Morrow county, drove out of town
with two four-horse loads of goods
for their winter use.
These men are said to live beyond
Heppner, in Morrow county, and to
get to Pendleton they had to drive
through the county seat of Morrow
county. This being the case there
must be a cause for it. Men of means
would not hitch up a team and drlvo
100 miles for something they could
get at the same price at home.
The above is only one instance.
Teams come here from aa far as 20u
miles Into the interior to buy theii
winter supplies. It Is said by those
traveling the roads leading south
that they are lined dally with four
horse wagons coming to Pendleton for
Gregg's old reliable Mocha and Java
coffee at K. S. Younger & Son's.
T In Linen, Board and Paper,
ic to $1.95. We are showing
an immense line of pretty juve
Games and Blocks
5c up. Cube Blocks, building
blocks, and ABC blocks.
AH styles of games, from 5c
up. Lotto, Authors, Game of
Ping Pong, Floor and Table
Croquet, Crokinole, etc. 1
Kid Body Dolls
A factory shipment here di
rect from Nurmberg, 'Germany,
19c to $3.95. A very extensive
line to select from.
FREDERICK NO IF
Santa Claus' Headquarters
Telephone Mnln 4.
Helena, Monl., Orl 4, IM2
Dr. O A I'errln,
I with to thank you for my ie
lief I wan luflcrlnif ugonlei
Irom pllee and wait taking mor
phia to relievo me, when, on
Ibe adrtee ot a friend, 1 procured
a bottleof your I'eriln file Hpt'
cillo ami took a tableipoonful at
nlgut and anottierln Ihe uiorn
In K . At bait paat 12, noon, ur
wliogave me another tubleipoou.
ful, wbeu ray pain all itopped.
In twodaya I waaable to attend
mjr regular butiLtii entirely re.
llcited. It km limply wouderful,
Jullm Meyboefer, Furrier,
IS OUR MOTTO
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PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
fa and Waabiagtoa Mr A. 9, iflMbMi IX. Niaj
The Best Shoe in the Coon-1
trv at Its Price. We Chal-!
lenge any $5 shoe to equal
RfWnn Store! BAKER & FOLSOM
Purnlf lire .Sini-A nemr PnstnfftrA
COME TO OUR STORE
If youf are seeking the newest Btyles In Furniture, Carpets,
Rags, Portiers, eto. We Lave some new novelties never bo
ore shown here. See the Antiquo Furniture we aro Blowing.
Where Whole Families are Shod, i&siE& Si3s2tr