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FORTS AND BLANKcTS
j PERSOHflL MEHTIOH. j
mfnrtand BiariKei section isDrim
0I. in the state to choose frnm
nours, au 1
size Comforts at $1.00
extra large, at from $1.50
rniinn Rlankets. full size, from
U" ' '
50c to $2.00 per pair
All-Wool Blankets, $3.50 to $10.00
can't afford to go elsewhere for yoar
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE.
epalrlng at Toutsch'n
the homo of P I. K.
otnes cicnnou ui juu-
meats. Schwartz &
.l I .ilinno Mint Wi
lark Iiavo a sample safe
I and examine u
dally, fresh timiales
the uest cigar made,
store, Court street.
Imnorteil and domostlc
Eomo rare lieautlcs.
ever shown here. Han-
VP Jirrt'S 1MH1II I11CIIU1U.
one mile from city.
slightly used. Groat
quick, Inland Em
e, near bridge.
Is again in personal
, Irvin, the foundor of
good. Industrious man
n rniinrpn I in Tnirp
Address box 108,
open ovonings. Call In
Bauer's best make of
1 Empire Piano House.
i spend your winter
They ralso your
) any Information de-
Dnces linrlnr wlnrlnw
-- O T4MWII
Got Sunny. U C Ilader.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Got Irvin's bon bons at tbo Delta.
Pendleton Is the homo of P. I, R.
For Itont A piano. Apply at this
Got your wlntor suit or overcoat
maue ny Joorgor.
Schltflor's clothing Is correct. Cus.
tomora are satisfied and always well
Iron trains, dolls, holl heads, drums.
ruuuor nans, iooumils and Indian
for sale 100 tons alfalfa had at
?S por ton. For further particulars,
enquire at E. O. office.
Mrs. Campbell will close all her
wlntor millinery at a groat reduction,
commencing Saturday, November 7.
4 good front room, suitable for two
gontlemon, Is offered for rent at C10
Willow street. See ltd In classified
We are absolutely closing out the
dry goods stock, no reservations or
limits. Bis buyers and small buyers
accommodated. The Boston Store
means business and our word for It
Is good. Wo will make It good. The
quicker the department Is sold out,
the better, as our future plans wait
the termination of this sale.
rralth and wealth
s Iiest a yom
At the Park Theater.
In addition to the famous Patrlcolo
trio, tho management has secured for
tuls week, MIsb Lake, tho great fe
male baritone. This lady Is a php-
nomonal singer, sure to delight all
who hear her. Tho show at the Park
this week is one of tho strongest bills
over presented here by the Park man
agoment. Lewis and Lake aro clever
artists. Mr. LaVorne Is allways fun
ny. Change of bill Thursday. Ama
teurs Friday evening. Drawing on
Saturday .evening. Matinee Saturday
afternoon for tho little folks, at which
time two beautiful dolls for the little
girls and a ball and bat and catcher's
glovo for tho boys, will have a special
drawing for the little folks only to seo
who gets those presents. The pres.
ents aro on exhibition In Talhmui's
drug store window.
Eastern Oregon Teachers' Associa
tion, Baker City. November 23-25.
Washington Teachers' association,
Tacoma, Dec. 28-30.
National Livestock convention,
Portland, January 12, 13, 14 and 15.
fellow loves a girl
that's his business
If they want to get married
that's tho proaeher's business
1 wants an engagement or wedd ing ring
That's My Business
It. G. Sallng, or Weston, visited In
tno city yesterday.
M. II. Ilice, of Frecwater, is In tho
city for a few days.
V. n. Mead, of Sumpter, Is in tho
city for a short business visit.
J. W. Porringer, of Adams, Is In the
city for a short time yesterday.
G. Martin, of Adams, was a visitor
iu me cuy yestorday on business.
J. II. Kyle, of Meacham, Is in tho
iy ior a snort visit on business.
Clark Wood, editor of the Weston
i-enaor, saw "King Dodo" last night.
Dr. H. Y. K. Deerlne fnrmorlv ohor.
Iff of Union county, is In the city to-
u. W. Hurt, a farmer of Birch
reek, is In the city for a short bus!
U. Oborg. a stockman of McKay,
wus a i-cnaioton visitor yesterday
I Proebstel, one of Woston prom
inont citizens, was a Pendleton visl
Mrs. It. F. Hendley, or Portland, Is
the guest of Mrs. J. p. Walker for a
Mrs. M. L. Taylor of Walla Walla
Is in tho city the guest of friends for
a snort time,
Mrs. H. S. Scales left this morning
ior uaxtor Springs, Kan., to visit rel
uiivcs aim mentis.
M. V. Turley, of Weston, Is risking
In the city during tho remainder of
ine irrigation convention.
u. neison or Weston, tno nro-
prletor of the Weston brick yards, is
m ino cay ior a snort visit,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gillett, or Echo,
wore the guests of Pendleton friends
yesterday for a short time
H. C. Means and F. G. Wall, both
of Ashwood, are In the city for a
visit with relatives and friends.
llllam Mosgrove. one or the prin
cipal merchants or Athena, Is in tho
city for a short business visit.
Joseph McCabe or Walla Walla,
the president of the W. & C. It., is
In the city for a short business visit.
T. G. Ayres has been called to Pay
ette. Idaho, by tho news of the HI
ness of his nephew, Clarence Kirk, of
C. E. Troutman, the architect, re
turned last evening rrom a business
visit to Walla Walla and other Wasn
Walter M. Pierce left last night for
John Day, where ho will visit on his
lanch for a few days and superintend
the farm work.
Clark Wood, the editor of the Wes
ton Leader, was a Pendleton visitor
yesterday, having come to the city to
seo the last of the Irrigation conven
Professor H. S. Lyman, of Astoria,
the superintendent of the educational
exhibit for the St. Louis fair, is In
the city for a visit in the Interest of
Itobert P. Brown, lormerly of this
city, but now of Aberdeen, where ho
is engaged in the cigar business, is
In the city for a short visit both bus
iness and social. When the first fire
several weeks ago visited Aberdeen,
Mr. Brown's place was burned with
the rest, though he was able to save
the greatest portion or his stock.
What he saved was boxed and put In
storage, and In the second fire
saved with difficulty.
Fog Next Few Days
off Regular Price
Ticket with each dollar purchase
entitling holder to a chance on the
seven prizes to fee given away Dec. 2 4:
Ladies' Tailor MadeSaits,
Capes and Jackets
Which means that a garment that sells for
$30.00 will be $34.60
$25.00 " 20.5o
$20.00 " if, 40
$t5.oo " " , ia. 30
$10.00 " " s.20
7-6 " " 6.65
$5 0" " " 4.10
Pticcs good for the rest of the week. Come
early and have first choice.
When we say 8 per cent we don't mean 25 per cent
nor do we mean the raising of a price and then selling
at a reduction of 5 per cent, but you will find a re
duction on all of the articles above explained
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Where It Pays to Trade
SHEEP TRAIL CLOSED.
tlmo Mr. Brown
Sheep Come by Way of
Pilot Itock. Nov. 11. News comos
was form Uklah to the effect that the nor-
At thp nrospntliow passage, soutn of Uklan, lor tne
has tho goods, but
"KING DODO" WA5 GOOD.
uast Tour years granted sheepmeu
throusU wblcli tlioy drove tUelr hords
to the mountains In Grant county. haR
now been taken up and will bo closed
In the future to the sheep from Mor
The only outlet now will be by tno
wav of Alba, lo ow nu tno road to
Lehman Springs, which means a drlvo
through brush nnd heavy timber. At
tho John Day, near tho confluence or
Desolation creek, tho land Is also be-
Tho Knights or tho Maccabees havu
about three million uoi.ars In the re
berve fund, safely Invested. If you
want fraternal protection, seo J. S.
Kecs or District Deputy O. A. Graves.
You don't liavo to die to win. It Is
what you are looking for.
Leave Your Orders With
DESPAIN & CLARK
Tkm Latest and
Best Corn Cure
5ems Cured For 15 Cts.
,tofe closes at QD X t C-4.
ire a r.ALrui a.
' "n it closes at tO P. M , and
ay at 8 P. M.
KOEPPFN ft RROS
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One of the Best Musical Comedies
Ever Presented In Pendleton, at the
Frazer Last Night.
A crowded house enjoyed the pro
duction of "King Dodo" nt the Frazer
lnut nlirht nnrl flip miinni?pnipnt 1r to
bo congratulated upon being able to Ing filed on and there is talk of this
book this attraction for tho city. passage being closed to sheepmen In
The musical features of tho produc- tho future. If these statements be
tin., urn new rntchv and hlchclass. true, thousands of sheep that have
tn, i.nrrnrmnnrn if nlphard Golden asl hitherto found summer feed In North
fnnltlPSK nnrt thp in. cm Grant, will be prohibited fioni
cal hits, mado by him, elicited hearty entry Into that section
THE NOLF STORE
Showing the xrandeit line of Dollr,
Tojrt, Uimn and Kaucy Ooodi
xrer placed on ale In
The orchostru carried by the com
pany, consists of 10 pieces and tho
members are musicians of ability.
The choruses were all excellent, the
costuming and electrical effect novel
and delightful, and tho songs original
Tho drill In the becond act was
magnificent, tho songs of the Bum
blebee." "I'll Shut My Eyes," "When
at Last You Are Mine," "Two Hearts
Made One," and, In fact, every chorus
rendered, was good.
Harry Davies, as Pedro, Dasle Ham
ilton as Angela, and Mauu K. Wil
liams as Piola. aro artists and de
served the rounds of applause their
Six of the girls belonging to tho
chorus, wore absent from tho per
formance last evening, on account ol
Illness. Three of them were qultoj
Hlrk with tonsilltis and throe com-
nanlons were left to care for them
at the hotol.
LOCAL WHEAT MARKET.
Prices Depressed Owing to Foreign
and Local Conditions.
The .wheat markot Is falling again
and eraln Is now quoted at 63 V. by
thn exporters and 05 at tho mill. The
market Is cottlnc weaker and accord
ing to tho opinion of tho buyers there
is not much cnanco or u ruisu 101
some time to come, i no cuuuuuib
for the Oriental trade have been
either flllod. or tho grain lias beon
(inntractod for. and tniB, in connec
tion with tho local conditions, all go
to weak en tho market and keep It
After the fall domanil is over tne
mnrkot Is llablo to bo weak In any
year, and this year Is no exception to
Visitor From Lewltton.
It. C, Beach, of Lewiston, Is in tho I
cuy ior a snurt vihii wiiu ins mmi-i,
Mrs. T G. Halloy. ond to transact
business, Mr. Beach is one of the
proruinout merchants of Lewiston.
THE SHOE FOR
Men and Boys
All and klndi
CtrlKluJf U p'taicd at our fine Una
of Oollt Drrit Dolla-orer Si kind
lo aelacl from 4c to 18.90 Kid
body, 19c U VIM
We aia avanai for the "Koyal" and
Wonkerland" Kid Hodr Uolla,
.high mm umurjwwi ior
iMuutr. durabllllr aid
HCHOOL HOOKH AND
All towim along the line of thn
W. &. Columbia Itlver iUlliutul
can buy from iih in carload
lots at very leaMouulile prlitn.
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
Olve rent to tired y.
After making it thorough ex
amination to locate ever de
fect we nlve you tiia proper
lensea and adjiut the framea
to your fiice, thas ttuurulg a
iwrfeet correction. We give
you the best glomea It It x
lble to firoduoe.
A. Blackburn, 0. D.
Room 45 Despain Blk.
And you have the beat there is to bo had. Gen
uine Wilson Wood and Coal HeaterB (tho original
airtiaht heaters) are handled in Pendleton only
by U8. Don't take an imitation.
WILSON WOOD HEATERS, $2.50 to $20
WILSON COAL HEATERS, $7.00 to $20
THOMPSON HARDWARE Co.
G21 Main St.
No limit on QiiaiiUtlos on tho clos
ing out sale nt the Boston Store.