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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1903.
Tn Imv school shoes for tho boys and girls at the BIG
STOKE on tho corner of Main and Alta. None better made
tor the boys and girls than tho PAT COGAN make and
none bettor for the women than THE JULIAN KOKENGE
Have you scon tnonu
Lllow the crowd to
Corner Main and Alta
Bio' U 0 Kauor-f
sh fruit daily at Martin's.
jokers' supplies at Noumea's.
Sharp's artistic wall paper.
iih flsli, game and poultry, cas-
Kent- A piano. Apply at tbs
Iterated moats. Schwartz
up 'Phone Main 1SS1 when you
i iiooKs nrrlvlng dally at Ira
IlCll patlL'lll (HUBS lllllh on lim
it Mrs Campbell's,
the Palni, 221 Court street,
Its, candles anil fruits
... a. .It wt Iwtiium-c
, at Selbert & Schulz's.
S of Imported and domestic
a.?l clam chowder at Gratz's.
Ihavt' fruit Jars and fruit jar
rubbers, covers, otc. It. Itohr-
over your houso furniture,
i reflnlsh it like new. Wilson
pine, 'phone muln black 10 1::.
nates given on short notice on
and paper hanging:. Charles
the pioneer painter, SO" VIn-eet
crystal Ice don't cost any
jlian Inferior Ice, and is so
i leaner anil more healthful.
hundred acres .10-bushel
pud, 8 miles out. Level, dean
spring riming water. Price
E. T Wade & Son.
U C Under, M. A.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
Swell slippers at Toutsch's,
Host shoe repairing at TeutscU's
For the best bread, get Itohrman's.
If you want a cab, call up Main
Got your clothes cleaned' at .Tocr-
Buy a fountain pen this week at half
price at Frazior s.
l or sale Alfalfa liny. See Dave
Ingram, this office.
New carpets and linoleums at na
iler's furniture store.
wanted Cook; inquire of Frank
H, Clapton at house or office.
Children's school shoes that wc
anil loot; well, at To itsch'r.
Hecelved daily, iresh tamales,
craus ana crawusu at Gratz's.
For prompt service, call up the Mc-
iwiy uan uo., -puone Main 3 CI.
MI Preferidn, the bosst cigar made,
it Uees' cigar store. Court streot.
New pipes, some rare beauties,
prottlest Ilni ever shown here. Han
Ion's. ICye shndos. 0c, new music rolls,
IS'c to Jl.fifi, now toys and dolls.
See Charles Lane about your paint
ing and paper hanging; 807 Vincent
For Hent Two small houses, three
iiiocks east of Main street. Apply
nt K. O. ofllee.
See Wilson & Carnlne about paint
ing your buggies. Cottonwood street,
next door to Neagle Bros.
W, T. HIslop, of Pendleton, is in
uaiior uity toaay. Baker City Her
Mrs. 1j. Whltteaker, of Adams, was
In the city yesterday on a business
B. J. Wainscott, of Long Creek,
u in me cuy lor a short time ves
tcrday. Mrs. J. D. Hoyd. of Bake; City, was
the guest of friends' In tho city yes
terday. Mrs. Delia Burden, of Athena,
spent Monday In Pendleton the guest
Mr. and Mrs. Frod Hewitt, of Uki
a.i. were the guesis of friends In tho
Ransom Loouallen and wire, of
Weston, arc in the city today on a
brief business visit.
R. N. Stanfleld, of Echo, returned
to his home this morning after a visit
here with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Booker, of
Athena, were in the city yesterday,
the guests of friends.
John McLaln and E. Cornwell, of
Wnlla Walla, passed through today
en route home from Ogden.
Wesley Bowman, of Waltsbnrir.
nas tauen a position as salesman in
inompson's hardware store.
Mrs. J. Toney and daughter, Miss
L. Toney, of Baker City, visited
mends In Pendleton yesterday.
T. G. Hailey has returned from Or.
den, whore ho lias been as one of tho
ueiegatos to the irrigation congress
Robert Ewlng returned to his homo
in walla Walla yesloruay after an
over Sunday visit with friends in this
A. W. Undall and inmily. of Hem
nor. are n the city for a short visit
with mends and to transact some
Miss Mary Clarke, nf Portland
sister of W. J. Clarke, had arrived
and will spend the winter with her
brother and his family.
A, u. fatlllman lias returned from
a visit to Ix-adville, Col., where ho
lias been as one of ine head managers
oi me woodmen of the World.
u. F. Carson, the general freight
agent oi urn Northern Pacific, is In
the city from his headquarters at
Portland for a short business visit.
Charles F. Overbaugh. the travellnc
treigni and passenger agent of the O,
R. & N., Is in the city for a short
visit in the Interest of Ills business.
W. .1. Bowman, of Waltsburg. has
accepted a position in the Thompson
unruwaro store. He arrived in the
city from Ills former home last night.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pearce and
tamily, 01 Salem, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lot Livermore. Mr.
Pearce was a member of the last leg
.1. G. Cuttler. the treasurer of the
W. (c C. R., came from his Walla
Walla ofllee this morning for a short
visit with the local olllce of the com
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 Cloak and Suit Department visited all tho leading cloak
houses in the East, so we are able to show what is being worn in tho fashion
center. We can show you some of tho garments displayed in tho CONGRESS
of FASHIONS recently' held in Now York. Tailor suits will bo in great de
mand this fall. Tho radical change in the suit jacket from short to long is
reason enough. The straight round walking skirt suit has gained in popularity
and will sell largely. Many fancy materials aro in evidence, especially Home
spuns, Mixtures and the Mannish Materials.
New Jackets '
New 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.
pi Be Dealt
a'e the most didinntr.
of sense and if they are.
' ""11 VOIlr VISIfin io nn)
come and have vom-
pdtirstand the eves and
lPled with the most
instruments for test-
Don't overlook t.ioso fine lots in the
Colo addition. Every block lias a 12-
foot alley. K, T. Wado & Son.
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
bargains. Come quick. Inland Em
pire Piano House, near bridge.
We have a long list of desirable
city and country property at low
prices. Wo can suit you. E,
Wanted .Man and one or two
teams to haul wood at Meucham. In
quire of .1. J, McConuoll, CUt John
Ross has been In the ice business
In Pendleton three years and has al
ways sold the best In the Ico line.
His motto lias been "No favorites,
treat all customers alike."
Old tho boys miss you when dls
trlbutlnir our MONSTER CIRCU
LA It? You can got ono at the store ed above.
it they did, or If you haven t time to
come, telephone to us or send us
word and we will have one sent to
you post haste,
M. PIcard and family were In the
city yesterday from their home at
.(inms, having come to appear before
tho justice court, in which Mr. Pi-
card was the plaintiff In a suit
Gus Lafountaine has returnod from
a sight-seeing trip to tho coast and
Sound titles, wnere he gained much
valuable Information and the patrons
I Wade of tno French restaurant will receive
Drunk and Disorderly.
J. U. Adams was urrested this
morning charged with being drunk
and disorderly, and was fined $5 and
costs, which he paid and was allow
ed to go. Adams had been working
for Purl Bowman, on his ranch, and
coming into the city started out to
quench tho thirst engendered by a
long period of labor In the dust of
the harvest Held with the result not
Governor Torrazns, of Chihuahua,
Mexico, hus boon active In his ef
forts to suppress gambling, public
and private. A few days ago a mob
stormed his official residence, broke
all the windows with stones and did
much other damage. A policeman
Returned to Heppner,
A. S, Haney, accompanied by his
daughter-in-law, Mrs. C. S, Haney. re
turned to their old homo at Heppner
this morning. Mr. Haney and his boii
canto to Pendleton soon after the
Hood at Heppner, having lost some
of tnelr relatives In. that disaster.
They now vetuni to that city to make
their home, called by the uuslness In
terests that they havo left there.
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
iwlle'sn6'- V50 fea,llers special 35c. l4 inch Tur
s. special , , 5c. 12 inch carriage duster 120 tail
Sieii .1. '5C 8 inch narlor duster fOstrirh snecial
uuster f. - .. . . " rr.
amoving enrt irom turniture special 50c.
Jur 'ce Cre.im ...:u ...
D"rs wont r piease you, it you ever nau anv
cost you n cunt. V will let you be the judge.
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S DRUG STORE
'out towuril tile Court Ilouso
Four Cars of Cattle.
J. C. Lonergan will ship four cars
of cattle to the Seattle market this
ovenlng over the W. & C. It. The
cattle aro shipped to the Frye-Druhno
Company, of Seattle. The cattle aro
all from the Camas Prairie country,
and are young and in good condition.
Will Visit at Spokane.
Mrs. E, A. Gordon, of Baker City,
who has been the guest of Pendleton
friends for a fow days, loft this morn
ing for Spokane, where she will visit
for a time before returning to her
home In Baker City.
Mrs. W. II. Bleakney and children
reached the city this morning trom
their home nt Elgin, and aro tno
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J, Dlvon
until thoy get seu.ed in ihelr now
dully at Toutsch's.
THE PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE ;
PENDLETON'S ONLY CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE.
One of the Finest.
Mark Pat ton s modern sanitary
barber shop Is being extensively im
proved. Tho latest improved revolv
ing chairs have Just been put In and
new French plate glass mirrors will
soon arrive and will add to the up-to-date
appearance of the place. Tho
Patton shop Is pronounced one of tho
finest In the stute.
S. li. Callaway receives a salury of
$100,000 per year an president of the
American l-ocomotlvo Company. He
resigned the presidency of the New
York Central railway at $40,000 per
year to accept the employment first
Fall Trade Good
It Is good aud that's a fact
says Mr. Flnneraii to our repor
ter. How do you account for i',
wheu others are complaining
about the fall trade I utked I1I111.
Why, I do not know any other
good reason than that the people
have found out that we are ac
tually telling better shoes for the
money or tho same quality for
less niouey than others do. It U
really remurkulile how manv
people there are who remark
about Ihe "weariug quality" of
ourshoes. Now that is what We
pay for and you jjet when you
buy Douglas or Gloria or Ited
Bcnoolhouee Shoes. These shoes
are sold at u price and no one
attempts to undersell them
they simply can't and live. We
have found the least margin of
resistance to trade and that ac
counts for our increase tills fall.
Now watch us sell shoes. We
carry shoes on live widths in all
foot form lasts lu all leathers,
heights, styles, sizes, weights,
etc "Say, dou't that boy talk
some?" I thought ns I went on
my way with a line air of the
Douglas shoes on from the
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Turkish liuth, Royal Oatmeal,
Pine Tar, Klc. Iland milled
soajH, per bur Io or -llic per do..
Other Hue values to 16c a bar.
We are agents for two of the
best grades. Crane's Kiiperllue
In iti'uiii laid, ilurd's Jt'iyal
U'lilli. in nil IllH new sIihiiih.
Kuvelopes and I'aper to match.
We handle the leading makes
such u (Jeo. Itassett's, Havlluud
itoyal. Austrlun, Kto
THE NOLF STORE
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this In mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food, Use
Kow Kure for your cow troubles.
C. F. Goleswortliy
127-129 Kast Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer
I HE ELITE
or Sl.ii(All.ist, !. ii. Kltlotl, 'i,p i.
Our specialties are finest
fresh and salt water fish
of all desirable varities,
crabs, lobsters, clams and
water dclacacies. Olyui
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 i
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Manufacturers of the
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Foundry Work a Specialty
Gash paid for old castings !
The Oregon Dally Journal cau 1je
found 011 sale at Frazler's book story,