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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1903..
Just received, a large shipment of Knit Goods, in Shawls,
Sacqucs, Bootes, Hoods and Capes. Some beautiful designs
in Shawls at from 50c to $1.00 each.
New Shirt Waists
Don't overlook our Shirt Waist counter. It is loaded
down with good values at from $1.00 to $450. Twenty.
IOur New Wool Waists received this morning by, express.
The latest out in blue, white, red and black Call and see'
them at once as the prices we have placed on them will
inakt them move rapidly.
Lee Teutscli's Big
Corner Main and Alta
moKers supplies ai neuman n.
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at Mrs, uampuen a.
the Palm, 221 Court Btreet, I
1 nal r.no fni Otllfc ntwl trnnuapD
traenun, iue ucsi cigar niaue,
eat at Itauer h furniture store.
kinds of Imported and domestic i
tea and clam cnowuer ut Gratz's.
bare fruit jars and fruit jar
i. rubliers, covers, etc. It. Rohr
i pipes, some rare beauties,
1st Hi"' ever shown licre. Han-
K over your house furniture.
In reflnlsh It like new. Wilson
Inlnc, 'phone main black 1043.
nates given on Bhort notice on
Ig and paper hanging. Charles
llbe pioneer painter, 807 VIn-Ireet,
hundred acres 30-bushel
iand, 8 miles out. Level, deep
S spring ruulng water. Price
E. T. Wade & Son.
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hti ninnn, inn n.wi i ....
o appoint ngcutH. Vowell,
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to has been "No favorites,
U C Iladcr, M, A.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Host shoo repairing at Teutsch'a
For the best bread, get Rohnnan's.
If you want a cab, call up Main
Get your clothes cleaned at Joer-
Refrigerated meats. Schwartz &
Two chamber maids are wanted at
New ready-made skirts arriving
dally at Teulsch's.
For Sale Alfalfa hay. See Dave
Ingram, nils OHIco.
wuiucu uoolc; Inquire of Frank
u, iiopioii at house or office.
vuuuiui a aciiooi shoos mat. wepr
ana iook well, at Teatscli'r.
Get your fall suit made at Joergers,
Best values for your money.
ueceived dally, rresh tamales,
-iuub una crawusn at uratz s.
For prompt service, call im th in.
Kay Cab Co., 'phone Main 161.
Despaln & Clark have a sample
safo for sale. Call and examine It.
Unfurnished rooms for rent for
housekeeping. Apply at 725 Jane
Nicely furnished front room, cen
trally located, for rent. Call at E. 0.
For u short tlmo only, Standard
Tomatoes, $2.50 per case. Despaln &
See Charles Lane about your paint
ing aud paper banglug; 807 Vincent
For Sale Good buggy mare, fine
driver, perfectly safe, at Telephone
Crane's and Hurd's fine stationery
soiu uy tno quire and ream. Nolf'i
Good second-hand wagon for salct
will exchange for wood or horse fee-1
If you Intend to buy a new suit o'r
overcoat, It will pay you to look us
over. JJaer & Daley.
Wanted Team of ponies and har
ness; must be cheap for cash. Ad
dress C, caro this office.
Don't overlook Uose fine lots In the
Colo addition. Every block has a 12
root alley. E. T. Wade & Son.
Two pianos, slightly used. Great
bargains. Come quick. Inland Em
plru Piano House, near bridge.
Tho ladies ot the Presbyterian
church will servo a chicken plo din
nor at church parlors Thursday, Oc
W. J. Davis was a visitor In Athona
today on business.
J. E. Saling, of Woston, was n vis
itor In tho city yostcrday.
Miss Winnio Ellcxson, of Athena,
Is tho guest of Pendleton friends.
Miss AHco Weaver, of Pocatello, Is
visiting In tho city for a few days.
J. H. Gwlnn has gono to Walla
walla for a couple of days on bust
, Miss Elsie Hart, of West Fall. 13
in tho cltv for a abort visit with
Mrs. John Cronin. ot Mcacbam. is
in tho cltv tho cucst of trlonds for a
Otis Turner, of Weston. Is In the
cny today looking after business In
Miss Edna Catching has returned
from a 10-days' visit with her sister
H. Li. Fix, of Umatilla, is at tno
St. George for a few days visit in
tho city on business.
Mrs. E. W. Saunders, ot Walla
Walla, was the guest of tho Howl
J. L. Wilson, manager of tho Ar
nold Carnival Company, snent todav
in Walla Walla visu.ng tho fruit fair.
Mr. and Mrs. I B. Davis, of Alba.
aro In tho city for a short visit, Mr.
Davis having como hero for a load of
supplies for his ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Van Dran
have returned from a visit with rcl
atlves and friends In Portland and
at their old homo In Albany,
L. W. Cnrnahan. renrcsentine tho
Piano Farm Implement Company. .11
the Northwest, with headquarters In
Portland, is In the city today.
Hugh McArthur returned to his
home at Portland this morning, after
month spent at Athena looking
after his business Interests there.
F. H. Drown, of Colfax, was visit
ing in the city for the past few days.
having come hero to transact busi
ness. Ho returned to his homo yesterday.
Dr. C. H. McNabb made a flying
visit to Adams this morning, called
there by tho Illness of a valuable
horse, the property of L. Swaggart,
of that city.
Joe Parks left this morning for
Walla Walla, In company with his
two daughters, Phillls and Efflo,
where they will visit the fruit fair
for a few days.
Ira Bamber, industrial teacher at
the Indian school, returned today
from; Spokane, where he was called
by the severe Illness of his little
Tho People's Warehouse whore it Pays to Trado
Cloak and Suit Dept.
LOT 41 j: (.Similai to cut). Lady's Kersey Coat, 37
inches long, collar neatly piped with large satin sleeves,
with cuffs, loose back. Colors: tan. castor, navy blue,
brown and black. A splendid Fall and Winter Jacket
t9o.v4 that regularly sells for a higher price
Tuesday, Sept 29, S 5. 00
You'll bo putting a tidy bum in your purso by
coming to tho People's Wnrohouso for your Full
and Winter Wraps.
Correct Wraps 1903-4
Royal Worcester Corsets
Each and every day iinds
new in our lnunouso
establishment. Well informed
buyers usually meet at the Peo
ples Warehouse to do their shop
ping. Nr matter what you buy.
whether it 1)6 a suit or a paper of
jSlTMonoy back if dissatisfied.
The child has nearly ro
PROMINENT SALESMAN HERE.
Wanted A good ludustrious
with wife (no children) to
charge of farm. Address llo.c
Green peppers, onion pickles, caul!'
llowor pickles, cucumber pickles, egg
plant, turnips, celery and green t-j-
niatoes at Martins Family Grocer?
i N. Making Extensive Repairs
on Walla Walla Branch.
Tho high trestles on the Walla
Walla branch of the 0. IL & N, at
Woston and near Dluo Mountain sta
tions aro being entirely rebuilt this
A pilo driver and large force of
carpenters are now at work and will
finish tho repairs In about three
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
parim w - i
- special enn r inr h rnrriflffl MI.Bier I2Q rail
ouster for removing dirt from furniture special 50c,
'"c Ufeam mill nlaAra i;tt Tf imn niPf Marl flnu
wu&i you a cent. V will let yo.u ue tnejuage.
M Linn. - m .
' ,rom Mtu atreot .rowan! the Court Houbo
Dr. John C. Cracknell, a Life Mem
ber of the Elks.
Dr. John C. Cracknell, representing
the Deimel Linen Mesh Underwear,
for which the Peoples Warehouse is
the sole agent in this city, is here
this afternoon, In the Interest of his
Dr. Cracknelrs headquarters aro
In Portland and ho covers all the
Northwest as his territory. The doa
lor is a genial and entertaining gen
tlemnn. ono of his many accomplish
meiits being a life membership In tho
Elks. K left this evening for
Cafe of Hotel St George Will Be Re
fitted and Refurnished.
T. A. Oldfather today removed his
furnishings from the Hotel St. Goorge
restaurant and placed them m stor
age. There are several persons now
after the location, and It Is under
stood that the place will be opened
as a first-class restaurant by tno raid'
die of the month. It will be return'
ished throughout and as good meals
will b served there as can be naa
In the cltv. On the evening of me
30th of this month Mr. Darveau will
rnmnvn the 1G cent signs lrom in
front of tho place, for ho will then
bo In possession.
SUPPLIES FOR MANILA.
Seattle Underbids Portland for uov.
Bids wero awarded to parties in
Seattle by the United States quarter
master, for tho purchase of 3,900
tons of hay and 3.700 tons of oats for
uso In tho Philippine Islands.
Tho hay must be of tho best qual
ity and compressed to SO feet or less
to tho ton; tho oats to bo double
sacked. Portland firms made bids,
but were underbid by the Seattle people.
Closed the Delta.
who, rti,Un was closed last night by
tho sheriff on the execution of a chat
tel mortgage held by C. h. Irvine, tho
former proprietor, against Charles
u.ithni mhn turn been running it
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nr onmn time. The nlace will remain
closed until tho parties effect n set-
Dewey Railroad Extended.
Tho Dowey railroad will bo oxtund-
d from Eramott, Idaho, up tho Pay
ette river as far as me tiorueauuu
t,ami n stance of 10 miles, this fall.
Tho objoctlvo point of tho new road
is bo Pearl rrfining district, which
tho promoters hope to reach next
More Pictures Ordered.
Chavlca N. Crowdson, who Is pre
paring a series ot articles on tno
Northwest, has ordered several hund
red more photograpus irom oiajor
Lee Moorhouse, wltn which to lllus
trato tho sorlos. Major Moorhouso
Just filled an order for 2,000 photo
graphs for Mr, Crowdson last weok.
Tho postolUco at Irving, near Eu
gene, was rouoeu auuuay iuviuiub.
Expert in charge. Stamped Linen Embroid
ery Silks. Lessons given.
Ladies' Tailor Made Suits
Dress and Walking Skirts
Ladies' Fancy Suits
Ladies' (Japes and Coats
Ladies' and AHssob Jackets
Silk Waists and Silk Skirts
Fur Capes, Fur Scarfs
Coats for Children
Ladies Wrappers and Ivinionns
Petticoats and Waists
Ladies' Muslin Undorwear
OSEach garment fitted and all
alterations made Free of Charge.
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Excursion to Walla Walla, Sunday,
On Sunday, October 4tb, the O. It.
& N. Co. will run nu excursion to
walla Walla and return, leaving Pen
dleton at 8:1C a, m., returning leave
Walla Walla at 10:30 p. ra. Karo for
tho round trip only $1. Sunday will
be tho last day of tho Fruit Fair at
Walla Walla and will wind up In a
blaze o fglory. This low rato mado
by tho O. It. & N. Co. gives the peo
ple of Pendleton tho opportunity of
seeing tho wind-up of tho fair as also
chance to make a visit to tho Gar
den City. Ellery's famous Italian
band has been engaged to furnish
music on this occasion and a visit to
the fair will bo well worth tho trip.
The low excursion rato made for this I
day will also enable all who desire
to make a delightful trip and visit
friends in Walla Walla.
orates tho organs of tho entire body.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures indigos
tiou, dyspepsia, catarrh of tho stom
ach and nil stomach disorders. Soiu
by Tallmnu & Co.
Kodol Gives Strength,
Uy enabling the digestive organs to
digest, assimilate and transform A LI
of the wholesomo food that may he
eaten into tne kind of oioou iniu
nourishes the nerves, feedt, tho tis
sues, hardens tho muscles and recup
Fall Trade Good
It is good and that's a fact
says Mr. Flnntraii to our repor
ter. How do you account for It,
when others are complaining
about the fall trade lukedblm.
Why, 1 do not know any other
good reason than that the people
ave found out that we aro ac
tually selling better shoes for the
money or the s&mo quality for
lees tuouey than other do. It is
really remarkable how many
people there aro who remark
about the "wearing quality" of
our shoes. Now that is what we
Cay for and you get when you
uy Douglas or Gloria or Ited
Bchoolhouse Shoes. These shoes
are sold at a 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 this fall.
Now watch us sell shoes. We
carry shoes on five widths in all
foot form lasts In all leathers,
height, styles, bheti, weights,
eto "Hay. don't that boy talk
some?" I thought as I went on
my way with a tine pair of the
Douglas shoes on from the
g Large line Tooth Brushes
5c to 29c.
Se Large shipment Berkshire
I Typewriter paper 65c to
I $2.25 a ream.
i New Dolls anl Tops from
5c to $9.50.
; Gamks! Games I No cur
; few law needed in homes
: where these fine game boards
arc used. Strong aud scr
viceable game boards from
J 1 to $5,65. You can play
from to to 100 games on
them. Other games from 5c
School Books and Supplies :
In our tablets and compo
sition books we have placed
a good grade of rag paper.
We have Avoidkd giving fan
cy covets and poor paper
within iionkst madk ooons.
THE NOLF STORE
Enjoy Your Rest
OUH line of Mattresses,
soft and properly made,
when placed on our good
springs, will make your
nights comfortable and pro
mote sweet sleep.
We are prepared to sup.
ply you with Springs, Mat
tresses and Iron Heds at
prices that will mean a
Scu us before you buy a
V. S t o b 1 e
Complete Houbo Furnisher
Walter's flouring Mills
Capacity, ICO barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed,
etc., always on band.
WANTKD YOUK OHDBllB FOB
crated cardi, weddlog lurlUtlotu, .;
loo eogriTd TUItlng esrda with pitta,
11.60 1 additional cards la future, S Sit
tuudtMl Tit Kmc OracoaJaa,
The Always Satisfactory
The Wilson coal and wood Heaters. Handled
hero only by us. Coal stoves ranging in price from
; $7 to $20. Wood stoves ranging in price from
; $2.50 to $20. Our stoves are now ready for your
i THOMPSON HARDWARE Co.
021 Main St, Headquarters for fishing supplies