East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 24, 1903, Image 3

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1903.
The Peoples Greatest Outfitters
One of Our Fault
less Fall Styles
Faultless for its iieat and ex
treme style, will not go out of
stylo eoon. Made of the English
knotted Ohovoit, strong in con
struction, workmanship, equal to
the custom garment, our guaran
tee goes with it. bbLLb fcHUAl
$12 50 UP. With each cash pur
chase in our clothing department
amounting to one dollar we pres
ent you with a ticket entitling
the holder to a chance on a $375
Hamilton Piano. Mr. Thcrkel
sen's guarantee for ten years goes
with it and kept in tune one year
free of charge.
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NEWS OF MILTON
NEW PRESIDENT OF
COLUMBIA IS HERE.
C. E. Berry Will Seek A New Loca
tion Serious Case of Typhoid
Fever Returned From the Val
leyWill Move to Kansas Will
Attend Columbia College From
Heppner Columbia Teachers
Give A Muslcale.
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Wilson coal and wood Healers. Handled
Goal stoves ranging in price from ?
011A'n Jod stoves ranging in price from J
H7. '' Our stoves are now ready for your $
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Main St. Headquarters lor hslnng supplies
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MONTERASTELL1 BROS.
Marble and Granite
Works
MONUMENTS, HF.DSTONi:9. CO)'.
I.NC1S AND BUILDING HTONE
mercial Co.
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Wo uo our own work And pmrftntcc the 'mime at
lowest price. Estimates cirea on all klnda ol Cut
Htono. We bavo a large slock and would lie pleas
ed to uave you examine It. :::::::::
Main Street Pendleton, Oregon
Near O.K. 4 N. Depot
BBANClUBHOr AT IIKPPNEH, OKU.
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kp a good big
ee dry Flooring,
e and Flnlih,
Alte all kinds
Lumber, In
and Shingles.
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Si Bulldlna
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Com. Co.
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Blading
Material
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
Made to order. Building
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand, wood gutters for
barns and dwellings a specialty,
Oregon Lumber
Yard
Alta St, Opp. Court House
Milton, Sept. 22. Rev. James
Maine Dixon, of St. Louis, who is the
new president of the Columbia col
lege, arrived here Saturday morning,
and this evening will deliver the
opening address at the College
Chapel.
Mrs. Plant and Miss Leach arrived
this morning, they being Hip last
teachers in nrrlvn. Ml Rfi Plnnf H11
give a public muslclo recital tomor
row evening.
n. 13. Frazlor, proprietor of tha
Bee Hive Rtnrf rptnrnvl Kimfltiv
from a business trip in Idaho.
miss I.osslo Schueble, who has
been hero the guest of Miss Mayme
Nichols, returned vesterd
homo at College Place.
Jomorrow C. E. Berry will begin
a great clearance sale of his stock
of groceries and dry goods. Mr.
Berry has been In business here for
a number of years, but has decided to
seek a new location.
Mrs. Oertle McQuary, an employe
of the Pendleton Tribune was here
Sunday visiting at tho home of Mr,
and Mrs. George Edwards.
Harry Hogue, of the Elam Hard
ware Co., returned Sunday from n
visit to his parents at Albany.
Mrs. I.ouiso Berry and Miss Epsa
Pierce spent yesterday in Walla
Wnlla with friends.
"Ir. and Mrs. Homer Williams of
Wilcox, Wasn., are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. I.. Fields.
Walter Gay of Heppner, n student
last year of Columbia college, has
returned to attend college npaH
this year.
Case of Typhoid Fever.
E R. Keltv- In lvlrnr eovIiiiijIv 111
of typhoid fever at his home r,y
nines norm ol town. His can-- is
considered quite hopeless.
Will Go to Kansas.
I. M. Galley, who has been em
ployed with the Hazelwocd Co., has
resigned his position and in a few
days lie and his family will start for
Kansas, Mr. I. M. Kendall of Wnlla
Walla has accepted his position.
NAVIN-McATEE.
Popular Young People Were Married
September 20.
Urlggson, Sept. 21. A very quiet
though pretty homo wedding occurred
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James
Navin, Sunday, Sept. 20, when their
only daughter, Miss Bessie Palmer
and l.eo J. McAtee. were united in
holy matrimony, Rev. W. E. Arm
field, Methodist minister of Athena,
officiated.
Tho bride was very pretty In
baby blue French Merino, and wore
the tulo veil with orange blossoms
and llllies of the valley while the
groom wore the conventional black.
Tho happy couple left for Athena
Monday morning, where they will
v. sit for a short time. Then they
will go to Pendleton where they have
a neat liome fitted up at r41 Cottage
street.
REMARKABLE CRIMINAL.
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E. MOTSCHMAN
Teaches a thorough course
in voice culture, piano and
violin. For information en
quire at
Empire Piano House.
Farmer, Trapper, Woodsman, Preach
er, Murderer, Will Hang.
KWIV.il.- Vn Rnnt 24. With the
execution of Clifton Branham, wnlch
is to take place at Wise court house
inmnrrnw n remarkable career will
bo brought to a close. Branham was
convicted or the murder ot nis unnu
wife. Ho Is only forty years old,
but in a scoro of years ho has man
aged to lie a farmer, trapper, woods
man, preacher and twico a murderer.
About twenty years ago Branham
shot and killed "Long Henry" Van
over In Letcher county, Ky.. After
serving a dozen or more years of a
ninety-nine years' sentence ho was
glvon a condiUonal pardon by Gov
ernor Beckham. Returning to his
homo in Wise county he found that
his daughter had married during bis
imprisonment, and soon tbero was
a row between Branham and his son-in-law.
In tho fight that eusuo.1 Mts.
Pro.hnm Interfered and was shot
and killed by her husband. Tho lat
ter fled to Kentucky, but was soon
captured near Lexington and re
turned to tho scenu ot his crime,
where he was tried and convicted.
Will Purchase Exhibits.
Jefferson Myers, president of the
ctnt t Awie nnd Clark commission.
is now in Harney county, where ho
went for the purpose oi purcnamnif
as much of tho agricultural and hor
tinnitnrni nviilhlt at the Harnev coun
ty fair, as Is suitable for tU'j St.
Louis exposition. e win roiurn iu
Portland through Central Oregon by
way of Prlnovlllo.
Ti.r Mi urnv If nvorv man in tho
East Is employed at good wages,
whore did those 25,000 Eastern men
como from who went to tho Kansas
nn,i Knhraska wheat fields, and why
did they go? Bryan's Commonor.
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There is only One
Genuine-SyrUp Of FigS,
The Genuine is Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
The full name of the company, California RIk Syrup CaM
Is printed on the front of every package of the genuine.
The Genuine- Syrup of Figs- is for Sale, in Original
Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhere
Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita
tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable
dealers. The imitations arc known to act injuriously and should
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects.
It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches
when bilious or constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the
kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed
by men, women or children. Many millions know of its beneficial
effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the
laxative remedy of the well-informed.
Always buy the Genuine- Syrup of Figs
MANUFACTURED BY THE
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Louisville,
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ma FIFTY CENTS mt BOTTLE "'Uj-J
NEW ARRIVALS
ANOTHER lot of new style Box Coats for ladies lias just conic in
and we have the best values to be found in Pendleton.
All-wool Kersey Coats, sloll front, wide cape, bla:k, all sizes, only Jo 50.
Kersey Cloth Coats, new style, satin lined, $5 00.
Ribbed cheviot Box Coats, new Style, all sizes, black, 5.00.
Fine Kersey Box Coat, new cape, collar, stoll front, tan color, satin
lined, very swell, S13, 50 and 14.00.
Fine lot of Children's coats and cloaks, the nobbiest styles and lowest
prices to be found in town.
FURS OF ALL KINDS for CHILDREN, MISSES and LADIES.
Fur boas, black, medium size, only 90c each.
Fur capes, fine quality fur, well lined, only $11 75.
Ladies' fur boas, new style, from 90c up to $9.00 each.
Our furs and coats must be teen to fully appreciate the splendid values
and nobby styles we are showing
SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
Calico, all colors, 10 yards to one person, 35c.
Muslin, Bleached, 10 yards to one person, 35c.
Outing llannel, 7c grade, 10 yards to one peison, 50c.
Men's black shirts, double front, 50c value, special 45c.
Men's dark grey suits, good heavy goods, J5.98.
Men's grey wool pants, worth 1.65, special, 1.45.
Misses percale and gingham dresses, all kinds 20 per cen. olf.
Boys' light weight underwear, to close out, igc garment.
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THE F H I R
The Place for Bargains.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Iied-rldden, alono and destitute.
Such In brief was tbo condition ot
an old soldier by name of J. J. Hav
ons, Versailles, O. For years he
was troubled wltb kldnoy disease and
neither doctors nor medicines gave
him relief. At length bo tried Elec
tric Bitters. It put him on bis feet
In short order and now be testifies:
"I'm on tho road to complete recov
ery." Best on earth for liver and
kidney troubles and all forms of
stomach and bowel complaints. On
ly 50c. Guaranteed by Tallman &
Co., druggists.
"Captain Bob" Coming,
"dantaln Bob." tho nlay which
comes to the Frazcr theater on Octo
ber 1, will bo presented by that ca
nniin notnr Miller Kent, who is
always a welcome visitor, and one
audience. Further comment would
bo useless, as Mr, Kent iu too well
known hero to go Into details con
cerning bis ability as an actor.
"Captain Bob" and his character of
Robert Rensselaer allow blin wider
scope than his former play, "The
Cowboy and the Lady."
Best shoo repairing at Teutsch'n
The inicroscopos of today will re
veal a partlclo tho half-mlllionth mt
an inch In diameter. Tbo slzo of an
atom may bo judged when It Is said
that each of such articles probably
:ontuiiH at least six million atoma.
See Charles Lane about yopr iit
log and paper banging; 807 , Vinceat
street
ELATERITE Is Mineral Rubber.
orflud It ueuwtoary to KKPIaACE A WOIiN-OUl UUOr
ELATERITE (ROOFING
Takes th, place of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gravel, and all prepaitrf
roofings. For flat and steep (surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc. Easy to lay.
Tempore for all climates. Reasonable In cost Sold on merit auarsav
teed. It will pay to ask for prices and Information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
Worcester Building- Porllarrf.
who is suro to Do grecica uy a large
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