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DAILY EAST OREOQNIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY,. NOVEMBER 28, iOS,
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hanksgiving sales ii I, mulm.
...i,,t mnrninir there has been a continue mni
since . h.rcain hunter 'The store has he
"Tour since that time. If you want to be among the
wVc don't delay Yesterday we had not enough clerks
Sty. . ii the many customers? and we ask those who wait-
Will do better
b wait o , vr ti,;s inconvenience.
.atipntlV i -
:reafter. 1 .
THE LEADINU HAKuAln!) AL.L THIS WEEK
i?mk Tnn only, Mile (!,95
MO Log .Jto. from
Jtftoll, at big rediielloii-
TR133S GOODS & WAI3TINQS
3rio,Dres8 Goods: , . . 10c
0oN " " 29o
65e " " 38c
11.25 grade Heavy Skirting. . flSc
Ffenoh Flauuel Waist Pat
terns ....70oand 880
White Figured Wash Wait
ings, lor -waist pattern of
3 yards 70c and $1.15
0U CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Cor. Main and Alta
; Fader (let Sunny.
president uses P. I. It.
y,ur ciotnns cleaned at Joor-
Irlserstetl meats, senwartz &
jour winter suit or ovorcoat
tpaln & Clark have a samplo safe
lie. Call ana cxaraino u.
IPrefcrlda, the uest cigar mado,
clsar store. Court streot.
Issmaklng by Mrs. P. D. Mann,
Wta street. I'rices reasonauio.
kinds of imported and domostlc
les and ciam cuowuor ui uruiz a.
; watch tho people try to got
turkey at Taylor's hardware
to pianos, siiguuy usuu. urum
Iilns. Come quick. Inland Era
Piano House, near bridge.
L meals In the city are served
fee new at. ucorge rcstnuraut.
fethlnK now, neat aud clean, 2Gc
w consignment of superb pianos
deceived at Inland Empire Piano
e. Store open evenings, uaii in
look them over.
liart & Bauer's best make of
In, mandolins and banjos now in
t t Inland Empire Piano Houae, I
I Main street bridge.
f are not Lrj'ing to fool tho peo-
iThe people know. Those famll-
Mth former prices will
tho reductions. X'ho Boston
( means business and closing out
Got Sunny. U C Rader.
Swell sllppors at 'ioutsch's. i
The president uses P. I. R.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Best shoo repairing at Tcutsch's
For Rent A piano. Apply at this
The Delta chocolato and bon lions
always taste like more.
'Phono Lane's paint shop when you
want wmuow glass put In.
Children's school shoes that wear
and look well at Toutsch's.
Carvers, food- choppers, chopping
nowis, etc., at T. C. Taylor's.
Turn to tho ad of Oliver & Co., in
this Issue, and read all of It.
Received dally, fresh tamales,
craos ana crawllsn, at Gratz's.
No limit on quantities on tho clos
ing out sale at tho Boston Store.
New pipes, some rare beauties,
prettiest lino over shown here. Han
Ion's. Schilller's clothing is correct. Cus
tomers are satisfied and always well
For Sale 150 tons alfaita had at
$8 per ton. For further particulars.
enquire at E. 0. office.
For Rent Five acres good orchard,
lion so and bam, one mile from city.
Rlhorn fc Swaggart.
Mrs. Campbell will close all her
winter millinery at a great reduction,
commencing Saturday, November 7.
Try to get that FREE turkey at
Taylor's Hardware Store. It costs
Oue chance to each
are absolutely closhiir out the
koods stock, mi reservations or
liU Buyers and 3mnll buyers
mm.Hlated. Tho Boston Store
is business and our word for it
. We will make It good. The
l the department Is sold out.
Mter. as our futuie ulnns wait
'.emulation of this salo.
appro- nothing to try.
I Wanted A good, industrious man
I with wife (no children) to tako
charge of farm. Address box 108,
Household goods, horse, stanhope.
stnglo and double harness are offer
ed for salo by family who will leave
tho city. See classified advertise
ments for particulars.
Poultry for Thanksgiving. Turkey,
ducks, geese and chickens. Live or
, dressed. NIco fat. plump poultry is
I tho kind wo wlll furnish you with If
you leave your order with us. D
mott & Co.
Vrt..- rr1,n..l.urltfln.r fllntwir will lw
, i iuui ,nmii.ob""'h ...... ..... ....
rather have: IOC of pep-1 correct and complete If you let us
' or .ic Ol pepper and 5C of have in stock for tho occasion first.
Ir-thmir t,- i Parsley, celery, onions, caulliiower,
IIUIW1I CISC, . 1..., .....,.,, n,.ontu...ac U.Hn.,.
and all vegetables In season. Also
fine mince meat
B. Williams, of Pilot Rock, Bpent
the day In Pondleton yesterday.
W. Fisher, a stockman of Elgin,
was a Pendleton visitor toaay.
I. Hagon, of Briggson, Is tho guest
of. Pendleton irlcnds for n few days.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Brown, of Wasco,
arc in the city the guests of friends.
Charles N. Miller,' of Echo, Is .n the
ci.y today on a short ,mislnqss visit.
H. Pitman, of Pilot? Rock, trans
acted business injtho city yostcrday.
Mrs. Cornelius, of Helix, was tho
guest of friends in tho city yester
J. E. Smith left this morning for
a visit to his sheep ranches at Pilot
Mrs. J. D, Hagon. of, Colfax, is in
tho city tho guest of hen cousin, Mrs.
J. W. Luhrs, one of Lie sheepmen
of Pilot Rock, was in the city today
for a business visit.
Chester Foster, formerly of this
city, but now of Portland, is In the
city for a visit with friends.
C. E. Troutman, the architect, left
oils morning for Athena, where he
goes to inspect tho new Duildlngs un
der his care.
Rev. W. E. Potwlne returned yes
terday from .voston, whore ho wont
to conduct the regulcr service In tne
G. H. Sutherland, of Walla Walla,
returned to his homo this morning
after some days spent In tho city
looking over the progress of the sow
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE
AND THEY ARE NOT
FUNNY "MR. PICKWICK."
De Wolf Hopper Plays the Dickens
Favorite to a Large Audience Last
Mr. Pickwick and Polly were the
whole show at tho Frazer last night.
The Do Wolf Hopper company pre
sented tho old Dickens favorite to a
good house, and to one which ap
preciated tho presentation.
De Wolf Hopper as Mr. Pickwick.
is really tho best comedian that nas
been scon at tho Frazer this year,
and in his support, Marguerite Clark
as Polly, and Dlgby Bell as Sam, were
very good. no stage make-up of
Mr. Pickwick was ideal to the lovers
of the character In Dickens' papers,
and the English atmosphere of the
play was perfect.
The choruses were not as spright
ly as might have been expected
from the advance advertisements.
but several of them were new and
excellent. "Boys Will Be Boys." and
tho "Potato Song," were especial fa
vorites, and "Speak Low," by Flor
ino Murry, as Arabella, was also well
Those wh'o uavo seen Do Wolf
Hopper in "El Capitan," say this is
his "rest" season, as tho work in
"Mr. Pickwick" Is not nearly so ar
duous as In the other production. Tho
costumes In "Mr. I'icltwlck" were
not so elaborate as In "King Dodo,"
and tho lack of an orchestra with
tho company, was one of tho marked
Any department of their store and more than thai they want you "to know, ii you do not
already know that whether you want muslins or suitings, dtess gpodj or ladica Cloaks our prices
are lower than any other store in Pendleton. This is no idle boast,' neither is it" talk fo'r the pur
pose ol filling otherwise empty space but a fact.
1 The other fellow Ours
Lonsdale or Loom Mustin 8c 7c
Tcazledowrt Outings; the very best 8c 7c
Outing Flannel, not tile best 4c 4c
These are only samples for comparison, and if you want further information read one of our
mammoth circulars that the boys are putting in your houses today, or better yet, come down, and
LET US SHOW YOU
And these remnants of dress goods at half price. Remnants of colored zihslincs, broadcloths
Scotah plaids, mohairs and black dress Roods an J phin and 'fancy figuredi Among blacks you
will find Skookskius, Melrasos, Pebble Cheviots, Gravitcs, Henriettas, Etatnincs, Mohairs.
Extraordinary Bargains in black dress goods by the yard:
50c black dress goods in fancy Mohairs
50 inch shrunk Cheviots extra heavy
56 inch black basket suitings
All Wool Serge 36 inch
75c and 60c French flannels and waisting
For each dollars purchase at the Peoples Warehouse from, November 1st, to December 34,
1903, you receive a ticket entitling you to one chance on seven prizes v&lucd at $400, 1st prize
Rubber Tired Columbus buggy value J 140 and prize Universal steel range value $65. 3rd
prize Modern Portland cuttei value $50. 4U1 prize Baby Carriage value $.o. 5th prize Steel
Horn saddle value $35. 6th prize life sized doll value 535. 7th prize, goat and goat wagon and
harness value $35 Total value $400 Drawing takes plncc 5 p. in. Thursday, December 34,
The Peoples Warehouse
AT PARK THEATER.
State Teachers' Association Meeting.
Baker City, Or., November 23-25,
For the above occasion a rate of
Tho KnlghtH of tho Maccabees linvo
about three million uoi.ars In thu ro
servo fund, rarely invested. If you
want fraternal protection, sco .1. el.
ioc for u
pge of pepper, which would , 1
bon buy Schilling's Best.
IF YOU NEED GLASSES
You need them now, not when it Is too late.
Every dav'n delay may lie 0110 day nearer
total blindness. We test your eyes and ill
you with glusHttt to suit their coni'it-on, and
guarantee every pair we sell to give perfect
I'Ct Luibcs, In uleklo fraaies, fl.50 to t2.50. Best
Lenses (u best quality 10 yr. gobl-tllled frames. V- 50
to R60; gold frames aud lenses, $5.00 to 110.00.
. H U N Z I K E
H-ili PROdRESSIVE JEWELER
The Latest and
Best Corn Cure
15 Corns Cured For 15 Gts.
Oor store closes at 9 P. M.t except Sat
urdays, when it closes at tO P. M., and
Sunday at 8 P. M.
A- C K0EPPEN & BROS.,
Tle Drug Store with the Log Cabin Soda Fountain.
Prizes Will Be Given to Lucky
The regular prize drawing takes
place at the Park theater toulght In
stead of Saturday, as heretofore.
Bring or send your tickets for the
winning ticket which takes the ele
gant watch and mirror must bo pres
ent at tho time of drawing.
Tho entire professional bill will be
presented at Athena tomorrow night.
Tho regular Saturday matinee will bo
held for trie special ueneflt of the
women and children tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock, at wnlch packages
of chewing gum will be distributed
by Besslo La Vera, to the children
Tho changed program last ilgb'
was well received and tho same In
teresting uumbers will be seen for
tho last . me tonight.
The prizes may be seen at M. A.
Radcr's furniture store.
Hold- one-third fare on tho certificate plan i Kees or District Deputy O. A. Graves
la authorized to Bakor City. Tickets
on salo any thrco days prior to open
ing day. For particulars, call on or
address F. F. WAMSL15Y,
You don't have to mo to win.
what you nro looking for.
Trlb Is a Harmless, Positive Cure.
Walla Walla, Wash., Sept. 3, 11)03 ,
I can most heartily recommend Titlli
to anyone desiring to quit tho use of
Tobacco. I tried many so-called
cures. I :an truthfully say Till I) has
cured mo of all desire for Tobac o In
any form, TUIU is a cure. Z, K.
Straight, 119 Main street.
' Tallman & Co., local agents,
Remember tho 8t. Joe Store will j
give away absolutely free, J100 In
gold, December 24th. A ticket given
with each dollar purchase. See that
you get your tickets. j
Fancy vests from New York's fore- ,
most stylo makers, Just In by express , :
Notice. , .
Remember the St. , Joe SjStore -.!
glvo away absolutely froe, $100 In
gold, December 24th. A ticket given
with each dollar purchase. See that
you get your tickets.
There will be a regular meeting of Bt The Pepples Warehouse.
Damonla Temple no. si in secret
Society Hall, on Friday, November
20th, at 7;20 ehapr. All members aro
requested to lie present. Business of
M. of R. & C
CE1.IA RENN, M. E. C.
THE SHOE FOR
Men and Boys
fjio'' iulaud Empire Musle Company
will offer spoclal inducements on man
dolins and guitars, for the next 10
days, preparatory to tho organization
of a large mandolin club for this win
ter. Parties Intending for lessons,
kindly call at music store, near Main
Novelty stock collars, 2Ec to J3.
Now belt6, tho very latest, 3Ge to
J 1 .20". New waist sets, 12e to 7Cc,
Just rccoived by express at The Pen
plos Warehouse A ticket on tho
Christmas drawing given with each
Handsome overcoats wo have
shown this season aro now on dis
play at The Peoples Warehouse.
For Rent Nice1 furnished rooms,
also good housekeeping rooms, at 407
Vest Alta street.
Tho Delta trade grows dally, be
cause the real delicacies mndo by
Irvin aro sold.
The Delta chocolates are different
Hi S ')akr"
mm m v . y .
m i i - si c&. r i
& 120 sheets fine Note Paper
!k itt vinlnt nr nynr tHirt. inn
This is the best Stationery
value ever put on sale in 3
New Goods Now Ar-
Children's Tea Sets, 5c to
3'l5. a display almost
equal to what you may see in
the largest city stores.
Today we arc receiving a
fin dine of Mounting Boards
5c, ioc and 15c.
This is the store for
I THE NOLF STORE
Leave Your Orders With
DESPAIN & CLARK
All towns along the lino of thn
W. & Columbia ltlvur Itallroud
can buy from us in carload
lots at very leasoimblo price.
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
1h the crowning climax a a
rowan I for constant idiidy
and toil to plente the people
and give them glasses to re
store to them what nature
hivs failed to do. Wo examine
your eyes and make the prop
er correction. It Id no gut
work with us. Kyw exam
ined free. Wo change lense
fitted by us free of charge
A. Blackburn, 0. D.
Ami ypu bavo tho liest there ia to be had,' -"-Gen
uino Wilsou Wood nnd Coal Hunters (tho original
airtight heaters) arc handled in Pendleton only
by us, Don't tako an imitation. V
WILSON WOOD HEATERS, $2,50 to $20
WILSON COAL HEATERS, $7.00 to $20
THOMPSON HARDWARE Co.
621 Main St,