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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1903.
Lee Teut sch wants
j PERSONAL MENTION.
To buy school shoes for the boys and girls at the BIG
STOKE on the cornor of Main and Alta. None bettor made
ior the bovs and girls than the PAT COGAN make and
le bolter for the women than THE JULIAN KOKENGE
Have you scon them?
hollow the crowd to
Lee Teut sch?s Big
Corner Main and Alta
V C ItadorY
I fruit daily at Martin's.
fniol.ers' supplies at Neuinau's.
Sharp's artistic wall paper.
k-Y h fish game and poultry. Cas
Itct A piano.
Apply at this
U C Rador, M. A.
riee Sharp for paper hanging
Dost shoo repairing at Teutsch's
For the host bread, got Rohrman's.
If you want a cab, call up Main
Got your clothes cleaned at Joer
gcr's. Buy a fountain pen this week at half
price at Prazler's.
For 2?le Alfalfa hay. See Dave
Ingram, this office.
Now ready-mad skirts arriving
dally at Teutsch'.
New carpets and linoleums at Ra
dor's furniture store.
Children's school shoes that wear
uud .look well, at To'Jtscli'c.
For prompt service, call un the Mc
I Kay Cab Co., 'phone Main 101.
Fall patterns for suits and trousers
(.all up Phone Main 1S81 when you
int pure Ice.
pso swell novelties in street hats
Ke hooks nrriving daily at Fra-
kr'f book store
tnr Palm, 221 Court street,
uut.. anmes auu trims
.' ..Lr ' , fctL "unnV .,"!"" display at Selhcrt & Schulrt.
fl' l"c " . ... ......
Lut kinds of Imported and domestic j - ' "' " 8 ' -
i lies anil clam chowder at Uratz'B. - ...oi.
KCe have fruit jars and fruit jar! r B"1 I"ces mat
Ira rubbers covers, etc. R. Itohr-i a,uT r'Bht at 1ader s furniture store.
tB . -f iinu luuiua umifgeuis purses
Mk jvr your house furniture. and PockotbooUs. Nolf's book store.
can reflulsh it like new. Wilson ! e Uiaries Lane about your paint-
ICiiniiiie phone main black 1043. lue auu paper imaging; 8U7 Vincent
Estlma'.es given on short notice on 1 '
In'.np anu paper hanging. Charles ' or "em iwo small nouses, mree
lue tbt pioneor painter, SO" Vin-, '""cks eusi ot mam street. Apply
street 1 at E. 0. office.
I'ute crystal ice don't cost any Cleaning anu pressing of gentle-
re tmn inferior Ice, and Is so juen k clothing by Mrs. Mericle, room
ch cleaner and more healthful, ' over Owl Tea House.
bone Mall) 1S81 See Wilson & Carnlne almnt nnliit.
Kour hundred acres 30-bushel ' log your buggies. Cottonwood street,
I eat land, S miles out. Level, deep j next door to Neaglo Bros.
! Me spring limine wnter. Price ' Shv. it
that ruboer tired buggy that The
! i Peoples' Warehouse gives away next
Say, is that a Hart, Schaffner &
Marx suit? Sure Molko! Well, it's a
i dandy, and no mistake. The Peoples
Warehouse sells them.
I W. D. Fletcher, the nioneer ieweler.
I can ho found at his old stand in the
! postollice building. All work in his
I line promptly done at reasonable
! Insist on a tickot for every dollar
! purchased at The Peoples Waro-
: house as they give away Saturday,
! October .11, six presents, represent
I ing a value of $350.
Ross has been In the ice business
in Pendleton throe years and has al-
ways sold the best In the Ice. line.
His motto has been "No favorites,
treat all customers alike."
WKi E T Wude & Son.
pnoi Be toealt
loo Carefulh i
Tlry ate the most delicate
rgans of ssnse and if they are
umiii anu our ision is not
erfect come and have your
'vs tested. Don't neiflect
I We understand the eyes and
equipped With the most
2dn nostrum -nts for tpet-
Have you picked on your fall
overcoat? No! Well, It's high time
you hiked over to The Peoples Ware
house to see thelr's. They've got the
swollest bunch ever shown In the
2" styles 12. & W. collars at The
Peoples Warehouse, and all up-to-date
styles. Dut that isn't all. They have
tho exact same styles in the celebrat
ed Sllvor collars In every size, from
14 to IS, at 2 for 25c.
E. Crlmmlns, ot Milton, was a bus
iness visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. M. E. Gilliam, of Milton, was
the guest of friends In Pendleton yes
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Halcand, of
Heppnor, are in tho city tho guests of
friends for a short visit.
A. V. Snyder, of the Spokesman
Review, was In Waitsburg today in
tho interest of his paper.
Frank Horn, the sheepman, of
Ulrch Creek, is In tho city today on
a short business visit.
Mrs. L. Tausick, of Walla Walla
returned to her home after a short
visit in the city with friends.
A. C. Russell, who for the past 27
years has lived at or near Athena, is
in town renewing old acquaintances
S. P. Purdy, one of tho large farm
ers of tho Athena neighborhood, va3
In tho city today on a short business
A. Kunkle left this morning for
Athena, where he will hunt rabbits
and attend to business for a short
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hill, of Helix,
have returned from an extended visit
in tho Sound country and at the
Robert Renn, who is confined to
his bed with an attack of typhoid fe
ver, Is reported on the road to recovery.
Dr. E. E. Fergusen and daughter,
of The Dalles, are in the city the
guests of Mr. an dMrs. J. jr. Fergu
sen, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Koll loft this
morning for Spokane, where ho will
assume his old position In the West
ern Union office.
Mrs. J. T. Hlnkle and children left
this morning for Washtucana, Wash.,
where she will be the guest of her
parents for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. Levy Ankeny, of
Walla Walla, and Mrs. ,. L. McAr
thur, are the guestf of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred .ludd for a time.
Mrs. Amy Lee has returned from
an extended visit in Seattle and Port
land, whoie she has been the guest of
friends for the last two months.
Mrs. H. 13. Hall and children left
this morning for Weslon, where she
will visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Hildreth, for a couple of
Delisle Green, formerly of Salem,
but now the proprietor of one of the
confectionery stores of La Grande,
was the guest of Frank Macy. of the
Boston Store, yesterday.
S CLUB NOTES.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
New Suits and Coats
A Woman Chooses here with
the Certainty of Choos
The head of our Clonic and Suit Department visited all tho loading cloak
houses in the East, so we nro ahle lo &how what is heing worn in tho fashion
centers. We can show you some of the garments displayed in tho UONGRICS3
of FASHIONS recently' hold in Now York. Tailor suits will ho in great de
mand this fall. The radical change in tho suit jacket from short to long is
reason enough. The straight round walking skirt suit has gained in popularity
and will self largely. Many fancy materials are in evidence, especially Homo
spun", Mixtures and the Mannish Materials.
ew Dress Skirts
New Walking Skirts
Children's Wool Dresses
The new silk waists are more beautiful than ever and prices within reach
of all. No trouble to show goods.
THE PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE
PENDLETON'S ONLY CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE. J
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
taj im ! ' Iurktjy. 'oo feathers special 35c. 14 inch Tur
I'eatlierT ' Ul.ers special 50c. 12 inch carriage duster 120 tail
S, V-fj 75a 8 incl Parlor duster (Ostrich,) special
aisii duster fnr rnm:n 1 ..-..:......, . ,:-,!
Si i a 75' 8 Inc'1 Parlor duster (Ostrich,) special
1 1 duster for removing dirt from furniture special soc.
fi,i- i t
l'eticrnrc -ream will please you. If you ever had any
,rs wont cost you a cent. W will let you be the judge.
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
"'"IMli-oin Main street towunl the Court IIuumk
The Clubs have been asked to as
slst In procuring the Rev. Dr. Gowen
of Seattle, to deliver his lectures on
Dante and Othello lu Pendleton nt
an early date.
It Is expected that the above leC'
tores will be given 011 Monday and
Tuesday evenings, September, 28-29.
If possible, arrangements will bo
made with Dr. Gowen to give an af
ternoon talk on "frowning nnd His
I'oetry," at the home of Mrs. C. II.
Wude, wlnlo he Is hero.
The Woman's Club will try to havo
at every other meeting this year, In
teresting talks or lectures on prac.
Ileal subjects. Professor Ackerman
will lie likely to give the first in Oc
tuber. 011 the "Kuykendall School
Law." This law relates to tho con
solldatlon of tho school districts.
Our clubs are pledged to work for
the interests of the public schools,
and the state board of education lias
asked for their co-ojieratlon In this
The Thursday Afternoon Club will
meet at tho home of Mrs. J, E. Dean,
on Thursday, September 24, This
will be the first meeting of tho year,
and the program will be on "Domes
In responso to roll call, tho Mem
bers will give "Helpful Hints to
Housewives." There will bo a re
port of the state convention, a lot-
tor from tho chairman of tho stato
committee on "Domestic Science," a
discussion of tho Oregon puro food
law, and a full attendance is exact
The Crofutt & ICuapp Co.'s derbies
for fall l!i()3, Just received by express
at The Peoples Warehouse.
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, IS
miles to get Dr. King's New Discov
ery for consumption, coughs and
colds. W. If. Drown, of Leesvlllo, Ind,.
endured death's agonies from aBth
ma; but this wonderful medicine
gave instant relief and soon cuied
him. He writes; "I now sleep sound
ly every night." Like marvelous
cures of consumption, pneumonia,
bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip
prove Its matchless merit for all
throat and lung troubles. Guaran
teed bottels GOc and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at Tallman & Co.'s drug
A SALE OF FINE III
Fall Trade Good
1 1 i-i good uud that's a fuel
says Mr. Finueraii to our repor
ter. How do you account for It,
when others are complaining
about the fall trade I m-ked him.
Why, I do not know any other
good reuhou than that the jk-ojiIc
have found out that we uie ac
tually telling better shoes for the
money or the mine ijuullty for
lets money than otlicm do. It Ih
really remarkable how iiiunv
people there are who remark
about the "wearing ijuality" of
oursnoes, rsow tnai is wnui we
pay Tor aud you jjot wnen you
buy Douglas or Gloria or itcd
Bchoolhouse Shoes. These shoes
Tutklsh Until, Royul Outmeul
1'hie Tar. KU-. Hand in lle
hoang. tier bur le or 4L'u uer doz. -"A-
Other lino values i!u to 15o a bar.
Cor -Minn MlliSl, I'.ll lillloll,
We are agents for two of the $
3- best grades. Crane's Kiiperlluo 2
J; in cream laid, Hunt's Itoyul
White in ull the new ttliuMti.
Knvelopes and raer to match.
are sold at a price and no one
attempts to undersell them
they simply can't and live. We
nave found the least margin of
resistance to trade and thul ac
counts for our Increase this full.
Now wati'h us sell shoes. We
carry shoes on live widths hi all
foot form lasts -In ull leathers,
heights, styles, sizes, weights,
etc "Say, don't that boy talk
some'."' I thought as I went on
my way with a tine pair of the
Dougla.-. shoes on from the
K Wehaudlet.hu leading makes
such u (leo. Hussett's, Hiivllund
,1! Itoyal Austrian, Ktc
f THE NOLF STORE
IS THE CHEAPEST
Dear this In mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask far the International
Poultry and Stock Food, Use
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles, C. F. Golesworthy
127-129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer
Our spuciiilties are finest
fresh and suit water fish
of all desirable varities,
crabs, lobsters, clams nnd
water delacacics. Olym
pia and eastern oysters,
We will serve you with
the finest oyster cocktail.
Goods delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt
service and best satisfaction.
A Trial Order is Solicited X
incuy viuvu niigi
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of!
Fouudry Work a Speoialty
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Tho OrcKOU Dally Journal can bo
found on sale at Frazlcr's hook store.