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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JULY 27, 19M.
BIG SKIRT SALE
It pays to trade at The Peoples Warehouse all the time
One More Week
cnlcndid success in disposing of nnr
..... .nH have decided to Give the
flnf nf i.in skirte at hi J .
r.ust 49 lcf l, ,,hat mea,ns we .liavc sold o a day, It also
hat you will have to hurry if ycu want to be one of the
rrirc that mab tlm . .1... . .
oWiti6 alc e ' me rate 01
$5 Skirts at $390
$4 Skirts at 295
$3.50 Skirts at " 275
$3 Skirts at 210
$2.50 Skirts at 190
$2 Skirts at 145
I Skin "
l.tlrts at .
. t a.au
nirts ' ,rr
ijAt at '
DONT MISS IT
BIG BONNET SALE MONDAY MORNING
Iyo Bonnets, women's and children's sizes, worth 20c and
Monday morning July 27, children's sizes qc: Ladies
3C Think of it, less than half price
S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Cor Main and Alta Streets.
Fresh fruits at Kemler's.
Try The Delta's iced drinks.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Fresh ranch eggs at Kemler's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Stationery and office supplies. Fra-
r;irp for paper hanging.
las Ice cream, Tne ueua.
I n. nt Vanmnn'a
iffi SUPyi'KD . .1
! , i.rnmt rnt Hoiirman s.
Uc Utai 1 n.t... .1......
,M going I" n-. 1 a ,
L tables $5 and up. Radors. 1 Wanu.dMnclll,llat ,, ,,, n,
Lymes by the crate at Kern-1 rtigby-Clove Foundry.
you go to Lehman
WEBB, ALIAS STEVENS,
HAS BEEN ARRESTED.
U Accused of the Theft of a Team.
an -nQ Harness From a Free-
water Liveryman Sold the Pronr.
y In Pendleton and is Now In Jail.
A man giving his name as H. W.
Elevens, is in the nnnntf h .
..lit .1 1 .w.....j ..tmifclTU
with the larceny and sale of a team.
km "u uuuuie set or harness from
' ml,T uarn of White, at Free
water, Sunday morning Stevens canio Into
nam ami nireu a double rig, say.
ing that ho wanted to go to Weston
for the day. When he had received
the team he drove to Pendleton and
proceeded to sell the outfit to men
about the city. Ho sold the buggy to
llobert Patton of the O. K. Feed
lards for $1.00 In cash and a week's
hoard for his team
M. J. Carney bought the team for
jiu, ana ine harness has not as jet
When It was found that Stevens
had not gone to Weston as ho had
stated no would, the owner of the
team at once followed him to this
city and notified the police that the
man unci made awav with h s team.
The man was seen on the street by
I the marshal a short time afterward
j and taken in custody. He Is now In
I the county Jail awaiting the action
, of the justice court. In the absence
, of Judge Fltz Gerald It Is not known
j whether he will have his examlna
, tlon before that gentleman returns
from Portland, where he is attending
me Ked Men convention.
The real name of the man charged
with the offense Is Webb, though he
gave the name of Stevens In the bill
of sale when he sold the horses.
GRAIN COMING IN.
pens a' half price. Fra
wanted at the
repaired at I
for tabulator on
It ,iil to read the Underwood
Ir.wraJ in this .ssiu-.
irM dally, fresh tamales,
lei rawfish at Gratz's.
Ijji-JSafl buys business, $150
net mouth Wade it Hry-
me fruir jars and
: " bbors covers, etc.
I Try the Palm, 221 Court street, 1 .., , , 7Z 1 .j, u 1 ..
' for nuts, candles and fruits. I MUI Grades of wheat Hl3her Prld
,, I U C Hader about that $50 worth of ! Jhan at the Open.nj, Last Year.
Domebtic fmnture he is giving away. , T1,c wl'enl has begun to come into
taffiromrd1161011 timeout' . U ta
tables from $;, to $30. Raders. turh HHa, ,Qts as yc(' ,hat there ,
Tents, camp stoves, camp stools, , 0t nmch attention jiald to It. The
etc., at Hader's Furniture store. Furnish warehouse has been receiving
MI Prel'erlda, the best cigar made, about 50D racks each day for several
at llees' cigar store. Court street. 1 1'rys. but this is both wheat and bar-
Don't let cigars get the best of youl'Q". mi tha- it if. seen that the hant
get the best of cigars. Hanlon's. : ''T las not yet really commenced.
ai ine ryers mtii mere is liotnmg
lining In the storing line, and there
will not be tor some time. A little Is
inning in from day to day, but 't is
not enough to coirit. The price paid
ai the mill grades irom CO to 05 cents
fruit jur .
Wuntod To borrow $l,f.00 on good
leal estate security at not over S pet
cent. Address box 503, Pendleton,
I e guarumee me uesi pmno mue
I for the money to be found anywhere.
, Inland Empire Piano House, 901
.ine ,ui' r about your liaint-, Main.
a- uni; ng. 807 Vincent Dospaln & Clark will have a car of
I luncy California watermelons in next
uii below all summer, mil-1 week. Go to your croccryman for 1 ed, and no definite quotations are be
es"ecaMt patterns. Mrs. , them. I ing made. The growers all want to
1 One of the most touching and beau-1 hold, and the market is not yet old
cat .11 summer must be tlfnl songs ever written. "My Rosnry." enough to want the grain bad enough
4re of That's the kind you 1 sr. ?.t Inland Kinnlre Piano House. to bid high lor it. 11 is probable
llfl'Jser - Alta street, opposito 'jih Main.
!' BaBK r.'uttmnioi! riven nn short notice on !
piano ! palntlnc aud paper hanging. Charles I
1 1 T .... !.... Ml- .
i.ane. me uioneer pauuer, jui im-i
cent street. j Cnares Griffin Sues to Have the Bond 1
Our line of pianos is the best 1;, the , M,trlmnlw niSEOved
..,..,. Thnir riA(.prvh( iionuiariiv -
tests on the solid basis of all-aiouud ,
excellence. Inland Umpire Piano
HouFe. !KU Main.
A special agent of the agricultural
lKiiaiimenl left Seattle Sunday, lor
Aluska. where he goes to enforce the
tmlui imni- ghen
lii- all tins week Cn II and
rnti now Inland Empire
for wheat, according to the kind and
quality. This Is much higher than
at this lime last year, as the price at
that time was from 45 to 50 cents.
The price of barley Is yet undecld-
however, that the price will be high-
: er than It was last year at this lime
SEEKING A DIVORCE.
IT WILL PAY YOU DOUBLE
To trade at this store during
the balance of this month
Our JULY CLEARING SALE ends next Saturday night
and until that time we shall offer additional bargains all
over the store
In the DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT we price
10c Lawns and Summer Dross Good at . . ..
15c and 12e Lawn and Summer Dross Goods at ,
25c and 20c Lawns and summer dross goods at
10c and 30e Lawns and summer dress goods at
50c Lawns and summer dress goods at
75c Lawns and summer dress goods at
8c and 7c
Ml and fOc
20c and J5c
In the EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT you can bay
5c embroideries at 3c
7c embroideries at 4 t-2c
9c embroideries at 6c
I2ic embroideries at 8 t-2c
15c embroideries at fOc
20c embroideries at J4c
2oc embroideries at J7c
150c ombroidories at 20c
50c embroideries at 33 t-3c
75c embroideries at 50c
20c bolt of 12 yards for
25c bolt of 12 yards for
80c bolt of 12 yards for
Or same price by tbe single yard.
Has Equally Attractive Bargains For
The Next Six Days
The Peoples Warehouse
Outfitters for Hen and Women j
Ho'jfi Wi 1
A divorce suit was filed this morn
ing by Charles Grlliin through his at
torney. J. T. Hlnkle. against his wile.
The plaintiff alleges that he and
the defendant wete married Novem
ber 1. 1P02, and that soon after that
plaintiff and has Blnce continued to
a-1, if it don't wako
1 the gunrantee we
IPilth our alarm clocks. We
;m 111 many varieties. Don't
game laws of the terrnoo, wuicii me, defendant desetted the
reported to k very uimi ...mi.
Hesl in the world. Nothing to equal 11.. n,,al.t; that the defendant keeps
1 hem lor purity aud brilliancy t company with other men and that at
tune The acme of perfection are our ,, tlrne pursuance to the request
Hilendld pianos, and their world-wide n. thl, doftjiiilant the plaintiff kept an
imputation liacus mis iiruwui. '" appointment on me .uurnsuu euum
I' -' 8'uu watcii out in tne ' ':""' ,.: .:.... n,, not Main. . " ,,...,..., . ,i,, i, nt
mil 'c r-an sell vou a re- '.mpne i-miiu ; ih-iuku ut i-umauu, '7 , 7-
, imeaeeper ju c heap case Just
mr -no harvest Held. If
''' " jou are only out a dollar
Vou :an t afford to neglect
I'" We have smnke.l classes.
priors and goggles.
r- ur watch need repairing?
air department is thoroughly
uui wurK giuiraiueeu.
Lost. Strayed or Stolen.
On- small, yellowish-brown poodle
dog iWht fiont toot whif about to
1 he' Knee and daws on right front
loot white; also small white spot on
breast. Small tumor-like lump on the
;.na. b about iw 01 I'D;'"
of abiive described dog or informa-1 name before marriage was Zadle Sim
tion leading to tne recuijy 1......0.
, 4 .1',...... iirnm-leLnr j.. ......
Railway Ha6 a
enough i Unique picnic ran,
. ..m.e her 1 Vnr several vears liast tne um
Folks excursion nan
I in hopes ol a reconciliation with his
wife, but that bhe met nun wiui a
burly rutllan who wilfully and malic
louslv bent and pumineled the plain
tiff much to his cliaglin and humilia
Wheieforo, the plaintllT asks for an
older fiom the court dissolving the,
for return bonds now existing. The defendant s
OLD FOLKS' EXCURSION.
Itisbantl Intentionally threw
.arbolir add upon ner
ii.ath altei hours 01 agon
nimrles Hitter's ! Sumpter Valley
package of good quality I XV?il
in a i;ni.r.'n' - -
lu.li..' ov "
I "S wax, for canninir
.wng like it on the market.
uvonc that has tried it.
a uiiart of fli s.
Imported Select Insect Pow
dor: the kind that gives sat
isfaction. A 2 ounce package
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
from Mnln St id" to'.l the foin-i
boen u hi long
rnime nf tho mauagemeiu or tne
Sumpter Valley Hallway Company,
says the Haker City Democrat. This
year It will not go to Sumpter at
heretofore. The aged guests of Ihlfa
railway will be treatid to a trip to
La Grande Instead. The Sumptor
Valley Hallway owners have charter
ed a special train from the Oregoi.
Hallway & Navigation Company. This
train will leave this city on Hie morn
ing or August 15. returning In the
evening. , , .,
All persons who hao reached till
age of (!C years or moio and who ap
nly for and are furnished tickets, are
eligible for the trip. A commltte of
ladles has been seloctul who will ac
company the excursionists and l iok
alter tlw'r comfort.
No one except tne oiu jreuiJic.
commltte. of ladles and Invited mc-m 1
bers of the press will be ahowen 01, j
the tialu and oven thon iiuis' be 1
supplied with tickets. I
All kinds of Imported and domestic
.undies and clam chowder at Gratz's
Taxpayers Have Taken Advantage of
It to the Extent of $4,385.40.
The taxpayers or the county have
saved for themselves and wrested
from the coffers of the county $4,
385.40. as 11 result of having taken
advantage of ihe rebate clause in the
tax law. Up to March Kith the sheriff
received $1 1S.VS3.lil In taxes, which
will be three t.er cent less than tin
levy. Tills three per cent Is tin
amount snved. A great deal of nionej
has been paid since that time, and
the taxes uro well along In tho list,
few people seeming to have an Inten
tion of allowing tin Ir payment- to be
(Olll. ik lilHlUC'Ill
THE NOLF STORE
Fine Toilet Soaps
From 2c to sic a liar, consisting
of Oatmeal, Glycerine, Tar, Iihler
berry and many o her styles.
Bicycles, $18.50 to $35
Pairs of New
j We equip any wheel with best
' coaster brake for I2 50 extra,
SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES.
Do you want to see them?
Glad to show tliem
A Nice, Juicy
Steak is just the thing
this weather. U is too
Dlnuer Twunty-llvo Oeuts
I'roin II. v a. in, to 7 p, 111.
Short orders u Hpoclullty
Quick, Courteous Service
Open nil Day and Nlg'ut
T. A. Oldfather, Prop.
Har in connccti
Hut. Alta Si Webb Sts.
In Center of Illock.
F. X. Schempp
. . . I.,.!! ,w.nl
1,01 10 roam m .,,. SEE SPOONEMORE
VCall or phono THE HUSTLER
If you want your houses rented or
your property sold
J. C. SiooM'MoHi , Iv Court
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