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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903.
Mercerized Waistings and
fleece-Back Fancies : : :
Are the popular cotton fabrics (or Fall.
Our line of Foreign and Domestic Novelties
is complete in every detail, and. comprises
the latest designs in white, black, cream and
figured fancies. Prices from
I2Jc to $J
Would be glad to show you our new Fall Goods
Corner Mam and Alta
1 i' V C Rador?
dnurp for paper haugiug.
i :rui! daily at Martin's
! frs' supplies at Neuman'B.
the best bread, get Itokrman's.
-i, fish game and poultry. Css-
U C Radcr, M. A.
Uidlos' half solos 40c. Toutscli's.
nest shoe work at Teutsch's.
If you want a cab. call up Main
Gat your elothas cloaned at Joer
gera. For Kent A piano. Apply at this
i , riLcratvd meats
Ik u Co.
. ! tip 'Phone Main 18S1 when you
'."iir.tain pen this week at half
r, the Palm, 221 Court street,
,'-. caudles and fruits
fvetl daily, fresh tainales,
nnd crawfish at Gratz's.
liHir-iii-liands, midgets and as
,ii The Peoples Warehouse.
M -igars get the best of you
ul host of cigars. Hanlon's.
l.B'1- of Imported and domestic
- ai1'! dam chowder at Gratz's.
uave fruit Jars and fruit jar
i. libers, covers, etc. R. Rohr-
h.irie.-. Lane about your paint
. ! paprr hanging; S07 Vincent
! New books arriving; dally at
Schwartz & tier's book store.
Wanted Salesman and collector.
Call nt this offieo.
New carpets" and linoleums at Ba
rter's furniture store.
For prompt service, call up the Mc
Kay Cab Co., 'phone Main 1C1.
Ml Preferida, the best cigar made,
it Rees' cigar store. Court street.
Get your ascot at Tho Peoples
Warehouse, new ones just received.
Goods that are right at pricos that
xv right at Rader's furniture store.
"Peaceful Henry." "A Slow Drag,"
that's the latest bit, only 25c. N'olf's.
Havo your buggies painted by
Wilson & Carmino. 'Phone Black
For Rent Two small houses, three
blocks east of Main street. Apply
at K. 0. oHlee.
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
! Momlav Tuesday Comu quIcl!r In,atu
" M ' ?rIZ AaM fcd,,"-plre Piano House, neaYr bridge,
estimates given on noase painting,
Work strictly first-class. Wikson &
iaj Mis Campbell
:u.a1H given on short notice on
ur and paper hanging. Charles
u. tu pioneer painter. SO" Viti-
b hi prio right before 1 list
nm. rti Tlint fu ivliv T u tmioti
flf I linvr enmn Impnnlna l.ntli Clllircll.
-it. urn' country property that can- 1 I'uro crystal ice don't cost any
lot equaled E. T. Wade & Son. more than Inferior ice, and is so
I much cleaner and more healthful.
i 'Phone Main 1S81.
! Tiie II S. & M. clothing for this
. fall lias arrived. Did you ever wear
!a Hart. Schneffer & Marx suit? If
j not, did you ever examine or try one
' ou? The Peoples Warehouse would
, be more than pleased lo have you
come in and seo them.
Mr. and Mrs. McRae arc visiting
friends in the city.
J. Hayes, of Hcppncr, Is In the city
on a short business visit.
George Peebles, of Weston, was a
visitor In the city yesterday.
W. H. Ferguson, of Adams, fs in
the city for a short business vis't
Mrs. J, Stanton, of Athena, is In
the city the guest of friends hera.
J. M. Hayes, of Athena, was a hu.v
Iness visitor in tho city yesterday.
Will M. Peterson, the attorney of
Athena, is In the city on legal bus
iness. Mrs. h. Swaggart, of Athena, is In
the city tho guest of relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood, or Athe
na, aro in the city the guests of
George H. Sutherland Is in the city
to look after the progress of the work
on the sewer.
De Witt Matlock is in tlio city vis
iting his father, Cass Matlock, of
Mrs. R. N. Staunch! returned to nor
home in Echo this morning, after a
visit with friends hero.
Miss Georgie I.ash is In Raker City
the guest of her sister and will re
main there for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Oakes return
ed to their home in Portland this
morning, after a visit in Pendleton.
Conductor Charles Brown, of the
O. R. & N has just returned from
a week's visit at Hot Lake sanitari
nan Taylor has returned to his
home in Portland aftor a visit In this
city with his sister, Mrs. W. F. Ken
Mrs. Walter Wyatt lei t this morn
ing for Portland, where she will join
her husband aud make her future
Mrs. J. 1.. Rowland left this morn
ing for Mount Tabor, near Portland,
where she was called by the death of
her husband's sister.
Miss F. L. Therkelsen. of Spokane,
returned to her home this morning.
after a visit with her brother, U E.
Therkelsen, of this city.
William Bracken, of Walla Wal'a,
private secretary to President Mc
Cabe. of the W. .fc C. R., is In the
city the guest of his sister, Mr.-r. C.
R. A. Maze left this morning for
Walla Walla, whore lie will tentain
on business for some time. Mr Mui
is the organizer of the F-utetnal
George Ferguson, of Lee Teutsch's
store, left this morning for Weston,
Athena and other small' towns of the
vicinity on a business trip in connec
tion with the store.
E. B. Peuland is visiting with his
brother, .. 12, Penland. He has been
looking after his farming interests in
I Eastern Oregon. He leaves tonight
It Pays to Trade at
i it Linglit New Ideas
f tin day.
Latest Creations of the
"u can always depend
on what you get at our
W nt-er misrepres-ni.
N' ' iloor to K Alunwlrr
Carmine, next door to Neaglo Bios
For Rent Four desirable furnish-! for his home in Albany. 0
ed rooms. $C per month each. Apply jnire Bourne, one or the large eat
218 Alta street, opposite Episcopal tlemen or Camas Prairie, was in the
city yesterday to close tip a deal with
J. C. Lonergan on the sale of a lot of
cattle shipped ont Monday night
Rev. Bleakney, who has been pas
tor of the Presbyterian church at
Elgin, will leave in a few days to
take charge of the Presbyterian
Academy nt Pendleton. I.a Grande
Mrs. George Carmlchael, of Wes
ton, returned to her home this morn
ing arter a short visit In this city
with friends, Mrs. Carmlchael is en
loute homo from a month spent with
her daughter at Olney.
-Mr, and Mrs. Isaac Anderson, of
Philadelphia, accompanied by Geo.
Ladd Munn, of Seattle, returned to
Walla Walla this morning, after hav
ing completed the purchase of the.
I Pendleton electric plant.
-- Joe filll nf Portland, reached the
Mrs. Dutton, Sr., Improving. t.ty last night, accompanied by Miss
! C. R. Dutton, of Lehman Springs, Helen Ciaustou. who has been visit
has returned to his home aftor a visit Ing In that place for some time. Mr.
, ut the bedside of his mother, who Is GUI will be the gue.U of Mr. and Mrs.
! III. Ills brother, Dr. E, E. Dutton, ofjC. K. Cranston for a week or 10 days.
Caldwell, Idnho. also returned to his
The Peoples' Warehouse
We're Here With the Goods
If you havo worn a
f art ,5rchn II nor iv. II arx
cuit you'll want an
other. Good as thoy
wtro 'ast season, thoy
tie better for THIS
FLL. Thov bPLin
if $ 15 and better oues
if you want the in
There is no so-called vfw
made to order f
much your m
is taken that HKOINS
to be a HANDSOME
and STYLISHLY cut
Yu won't lind such
el"tlus as these any
where el?o in town
ind we'll be as glad to
show them to you
whether you come lo
look or to buy
tBIt Ml .
1 6D $
On Missionary Work.
Kev. 11, F. Harper, of Pendleton,
who Is Sunduy school missionary for
the Presbyterian church In Eastern
Oregon, passed through the city last
evening en route home from Elgin,
whole lie has been working along the
line of the Sunday school work. La
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bed-ridden, alone and destitute.
Such in brief was the condition of
nn old soldier by name of J, .1, Hav
ens. Versailles. 0. For years he
was troubled with kidney disease and
neither doctors nor medicines gave
him relief. At length ho tried Elec
tric Bitters. It put him on his foot
In short order and now lie testifies:
"I'm on the road to complete recov
ery" Best on earth for liver tind
kidney troubles and all forms of
stomach and bowel complaints. On
ly 50c. Guaranteed by Tallman &
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IA Glassware Sale g
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
home. Mrs. Dutton having Improved
aud now being considered convalescent
Coal operators in Pennsylvania,
claim an overproduction of anthra
cite thteatons. and havo begun to re
strict the output
Miss Eva Wood, of Weston, the
sister of Clark Wood, of that city, is
in the city the guest of her sister,
.Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. Miss Wood will
remain In the city during the winter,
having been elected to teach In the
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
10 '"eh Turkey, too feathers special 35c. 14 inch Tur
, '' 100 fathers special 50c. 12 inch carriage duster 120 tail
'.ers sPMial 75c. 8 inch parlor duster (Ostrich,; special
' 2 Sisil duster lor removing dirt from furniture special 50c
Our Ice Cream will please you If you ever had any
' fours wont cost you a cent. Wnwill let ou he the judge
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
tpH iioni MntiiSlci-.it toward tilt; Court lloun
In the circuit court today u decree
of divorce was granted to Mrs.
Maude Johnson, of Athena, from her
husband. Albert S. Johnson. The
parties were lesidents of Athena, and
the husband deserted the wife and
has since continued to live separato-
and apart from her. The court
granted tho plaintiff the right to as
sume once more her maiden name of
Maude Yusburg. Will M. Peterson
was the attorney for tho plaintiff
Industrial School Fire,
Wbittler. Cal.. Sept. 9. Fire .11 tho
state Industrial school this morning
destroyed the stage scenery and fix
tures. Tho boys, Inmates of the
school, did splendid work lighting the
fire and It is due to their efforts that
tho school was not destroyed. Loss
Germany will begin the work of
installing a magnificent exhibit at St.
Uiuis by transferring bodily the Dres
den municipal exhibit.
What Kind of
Feet Have You
If they mo nanow or low
Instep, or high Instep or wide
and short. Hat and bioad, or If
you have corns or bunions or
ingrowing too nails, or toe in
or toe out why to be properly
shod you must certainly con
sul! the doctor of shoes In the
shoo parlor of the Boston Store.
Here will bo told to yon ail
the truths about good shoes.
How to buy the easy feeling,
good wearing, Hue appearing,
aud purse opening shoes. He
member that our shoes savo in
When we tell you we have
the largest stock of shoes to
sell men and women at Z.50 to
IS.GO, wo are stating a fact easy
to prove. That's why It pays to
inspect our shoe department
when In need of shoes for any
of the family
113 .ind 4
$j Glass Set roneistlinr of cov-
!,i ered butter ilish, i-ugnr limvl und ;f
creamer, tlneo line values, IS, 05 X
S; mid IWc. Not tliH clit-up, trusliy
& ware, nut heavy, mtvIccuIjIo $
Oilier lteiui, such at Nn.pic, Fruit :
uoi.i.s vd uoi.ii nKAni I
j l , j
All ImaeiiK) lot of DijIU JlinulrciU o
Hlvlciut lJAUjt 1'llcea.
THE NOLF STOR
t tc rtrt7 rwrjADKCT
i C. F. Golesworthy
127-129 East Alta St
! Aneiit for Lee's Lice Killer
Dear this in mind whon you
need poultry nnd stock supplies
am) ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food Ufe
Kow Kure for your co troubles.
lor M.1111N llis I' 11 I 1 1 tot I I'mri
Our specialties are hnest
Irtish and salt water fish
of all desirable varities.
oralis, lobsters, clams. ind
water delacacies. Olym
pia and eastern oysters.
Wo will servo you with
the finest oyster cocktail.
Goods delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt
service and best satis
faction A Trial Order is Solicited
Manufacturers of the j
Kttsby-QoYe Combined I
Repairs for all kinds oft
Fouudry Work a Specialty
CiiB'i paid for old castings I
The Oregon Dallv Journal can bo
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