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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903.
IT'S UP TO YOU
Lc preyed hvMhly
" , .... Thanksciv-
Urf new ucsign ...
s that are correct in
Miil (or the swell and
neW arrival ot over
Leans the best -mssort-
In the city.
I clothing, the very best suit in the
Tt.u-Biinr nflerinir to von.
Ioor i it'nTi d " -
We give to one.of our customers a $375.00' prize
1 2 3 4 5 6 TmMf
AUTHOR OF THE LAW
SAYS REPEAL IT.
IVER & COMPANY
"THE DIFFERENT STORE"
OYSTERS IN CANS AT 50c and 60c
ARE GOBBLING THEIR LAST
le now p'ace on the market our plump, (at birds
t your choosing. You will not be disappointed.
i matter how fastidious your taste we can please
u. The orders for dressed Turkeys, LV.cks,
ese and Chickens are piling high. Leave your
Her. Phone Main 131.
fcomplete line of Fruits and Vegetables.
YOU WILL NEED
kh grade Olive Oil (Crosse & Blaokwell's) in
hs and quarts. Olives (XX Queen) in bottles,
; 15c to 60c; in bulk, 25c a pint. Underwood's
bster. Bavaria Schrimp. French Peas, and
th Pineapples, each 50c. Fresh Dates, pound
Is, 15c. Fresh Figs,, pound pkgs 1 5c. Jersey
E berries, per quart 15c. Fancy Merced Sweet
toes, per lb, 5c. Hothouse Lettuce, per head
Cauliflower, per head, 10c and 15c. Cab
I. per lb 2c.
DO IT NOW
lads of Nuts, L'mons, Oranges and Jiauanas.
Rugate the quality of our goods. Some Rro-
Ithink they are selling the best when they are
pg seconds They are buvint' seconds a few
(cheaper than firsts, and think .tiny are get-
bargains in firsts We do not take the tob '
'presentation we open our canned goods
pake a personal examination. Our trade is
pass and demands quality.
liferent way the Different Store has
I - ! . . ...
ui uoingtmterent things
Would Convert Vie Money to the Uss
of the Goven r.ient In Purchasing
Right of Wr.y for Ship Canal
Says Not Room for Both Roads on
0. R. &. N. Right of Way.
Kepresentative Charles Johnson ot
Wnsoo county author of tho Portage
Road bill has given a Portland paper
the following remarkable Interview,
on the repent or that law. and the con
version of the appropriation to pur
chasing right of way Tor the govern
ment ship canal:
Jlr. Johnson says;
"The portage road law, which I In
troduced Into the House or Repre
sentatives." has served the purpose
for which It was Intended. It was ex
pected that It could handle only a
comparatively sma'll part or the wheat
crop, hut enough to regulate tho O.
U d N, fre ght charges, It was de
signed primarily to force tho railroad
to reduce freight rates, but incident
ally to stir up the government to
build a canal. This Is the only prac
tical solution or the transportation
question lor the great grain and stock
"This action the government has
now been taken, and tho field should
lert clear for building the canal. It
hardly seems possible that both pro
jects could be carried on without ser
iously interfering with each other, if
I indeed there Is room at all for both
Inside the O. R. & "N, line."
Mr. Johnson continues his intcr
j view by saying that the portage bill
should be repealed at the special ses
sion and the money converted to the
purchase of n right of way from the
O. R. & N. for the ship canal as that
was the primary object of the Portage
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
'Another club woman. Mrs.
Haulc, of Edgcrton, Wis., tells
how she was cured of irregular!
ties and uterine trouble, terrible
pains and backache, by the use
of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable '
"Dkak Mns. Vinkiiau : A while
ago my health Iwgan to full liocause of
1 femalo troubles. Tho doctor did not
!hclp mc. I remembered that mv mother
had used I.yillu 12. Pliikhnm's
Vegetable. Compound on many oc
casions for irregularities and uterino
troubles, and I felt sure that it could
not harm me at any rate to give it a
" I was certainly glad to find that
within a week I felt much better, tho
terrible pains in tho back and aids
were beginning to cease, and at the
time of menstruation I did not have.
1 ncarlv as serious a time as heretofore,
so I continued its use for two months.
and at the end of that time I was like
11 nntv woman. T rpnllv hare nerer
felt better in my life, have not had a )
sick headache since, and weigh 20 ,4
pounds more than I ever did, bo I un- 1
hesitatingly recommend your medl-
cine." Mns. Mat Haulk, Edgerton, '
is.. Pres. Household Economics Club.
15000 forftlt If mlglml ef abow Uttw UHfW
ftnuinentt coMot ( pnJuctd.
DRESSING FOR THANKS
G3VING is a time when one wants to look his
best, and that no one can do with
out perfectly laundered linen. By
means of our skill, experience and
careful attention to details we will
do the laundering, and when you
once get your eliirts. collars and
cuffs done up by us there will be no
trouble in you doing the rect
J All kinds of Fresh
meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
Houston In the Throes of the Biggest
Time Tf Her Life.
Houston, Tenas, Nov. 23. Never
has such a crowd been seen In Hous
ton as that nowftiu attendance at the
annual No-Tsu-Oh carnival. The
railroads have brought thousands of
passencers to the cltv the nasi two
days. 1 1
The festivities were begun today
with the formal opening of the street J
fair and a cattle roping contest and 4.
rough roding exhibition, 'ii.s even- ri- ,. , . .
ing His Imperial Hignness. King Not- 1 nCCS flS low, 8S the lOWCSt
toe V, accompanied uy his retinue, 1
arrives in tne city and his coming
will be made the reature of a grand
pageant. The festivities, are to con
tinue through the entire week and an
auraciive program 01 entertainment - , x . , it
has been arranged, the various fea. 1 l ytm know that a little cough Is;
tures. including athletic contests. r"?cro"s ln.??T Are yoa aware 1
automobile speed trials, horse races
and a grand ball under the auspices
ol the Houston Light Guard.
E TAKE PLEASURE In announcing that
Mr. F. C. PRICKETT of the firm ol J.
M. ACV1ISON COMPANY will be with us
on SATURDAY, November 21st, and will re
main until SATURDAY, November 28th. In
order to have plenty of room in which to place
for inspection the samples, we have secured the
sample rooms of the St. George Hotel, on Webb
street, next to the East Oregonian office.
Hr. Prickett is a practical tailor and cutter,
and had perfect success when he was here a
short time ago. Every customer was very well
Mens Suits, Overcoats and Trousers
made to order
Ladies' Suits, Cloaks and Skirts
made to order
He also has with him ISO Ready made Cloaks i
and Skirts for the Ladies. If you can find I
your size he has a bargain for you.
Don't forget the time and the i
place-St. George sample rooms
from Saturday, November 21st
to Saturday, November 28th.
Why do You. Cough?
SULLIVAN 0 BOND
and far too often runs Into
sumption and ends In death?
you afford a trifle with so soriona I
a matter7 Ackers English Remedy
KodorDyspepsiaC Cure does for the 1 !?rn,S?" CLnfmtton,
(ELATERITE It Mineral Rubber.
drSTiUriF'cven I when M&a y , ' T?.er" t,.w, .8,?P . ,
ordered or over-loaded. Kodol I))--. ..T..."" . 1 tlw
spepsia Cure supplies the natural " u "". "f ' , "V ..i'"" '
4i,l.r llnuc,lnn n.,,1 lUr. v'. 1VI1VIC nmi'Uia UUli KUTU lUU
)U .MA V IN l'KNll llt'lMHNO
oi-nml II ueotwHitrjr to ItKI'I.AC')'. AIW(1IN-(I1"1' HOOK
of the stomach, iclaxlng the nervous
tension, while the inflamed muscles
of that 01 gun are allowed to rest and
heal. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and enables the stom
ach and digestive organs to transform
all food into rich, red blood. Sold
by Tallman & Co.
tie to ghc
bad:. Tor sale In
Takes th, place ot shingles, tin, Iron, tar n.id gravol, and all prepared
Our faith In It Is solrooflngs. Kor Hat and steep surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc. Kasy to Uy.
ve guarantee every bot-1 Temperr for all c!lmi4. Reasonable in cost Sold nn merit niiarnn.
eatitfaction or 'money teed. It will pay to ask for prlcesand Information.
F. W Schmidt &'
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
More Evidence iOf Trib's Good Work.
Ualier City. Oih.. Seiit. . 1003. I
was a eonbtant ,user of both smoking
and chewing tobacco for 40 years. I
took a treatment or TH1H about three
months ago and can endorse it as a
cure Sly general healtn is mucn im
pi overt sine- J took your cure. Sin-
eel oly your.
JS (1 .STAIUilltl).
Tallman & Co Jocal ugents.
tbe Ku) ,
VJ, CrirXa Days
22 QuMZeJGsv, A
yjrwx0' box. 2S
Cured of Piles after 40 years.
Mr. C. llaney. or Geneva, O.. hud
the piles for 40 years. Doctors and
dollars could do him no lasting good.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
him permanently Invaluable for
cuts, bums, bruises, sprains, lacera
tions, eczema, tetter. alt rheum and
nil nthnr ul,-ln lliKeaheS. 1-OOk for tho
name DeWItt on the package all
others are cheap, worthless counter
feits. Sold by Tallman & Cp.
Renumber the St. Jo Store will
givo away absolutely free, J100 In
gold, December 24th. A ticket Riven
with each dollar purchase Bee that
you get your tickets.
Specials this Week
sr Coat and Vest Sale Bold at about half-i'irioe. 2
-r ruit Sale JiaU? jiiven frco with Hiiits. 2
EE Overcoat Sale Every coat reduced 10 por cont. 55
'r Ladies' Coats, Suits und skirt Halo. Special ruductions.
c Underwear Sale Floecod undurwear 75c j)or Htiit. S
sE Millinery Sale Every hat reduced in in price.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS
K. K. Iiousc lining for two lays only, pur yard, 4 cunts. Outing flannel 7c ;rade (or two tlays
S only, 5 cents yard .imited Calico (or two days, 10 yard t to one person, 40 cents. ("omforiH
CT for two da, special 30 per cent reduction. 2
I THE FHIR 1
ST Ptemium Coupons with every pnrchase. No cliauccs taken for every customer (jets 11 premium
tken from Life in the Yeaf J 903
I lava i
I Med, and
1 - want this
' "? givinc
I- - me
A I (I
Now the next question is,
what happens in Act 2. Does
the grocer dig into the two-bit
coffee next to the cod fish box,
grind up sonns six-weeks-old
coffee and charge it up as Java
and Mocha at 40c per lb? Or
aoes he really give the custom
er what is ordered, a nigh grade
coffee, fresh ro?sted, and charge
at a fair profit.
WHAT WOULD VOL' PO?
Supposing there wer two grocer
lu a well settled, prosperous com
munity, one following the nrst plan
and th other the latter. Which do
you tbiuk at the end ot a year's
time would have most of the well-to-do
customers? Which would
have the best and most profitable
During the years that we have
been sending out high grade Java
and Mocha, we have watched the
profitable collee trade moving slow
ly but surely to tbe house that sells
the best eoti'ee v
We offer you the let coffees that
money will buy. We k you to try
them and be convinced.
Things We are Now Displaying that We Never Carried Before
We have jiwt unpacked
some new creations in
You surely must drop
in and see this line, even
if yon do not buy.
You kuow what 1847
Rogfr'a silver wear it. We
do not need to tell you.
Wo are now showing in
this line beuides the iiBual
knives, forks, spoon, etc.,
all the fancy pieces.
It it not now neeoepary
to go to Portland for hand
We have the celebrated
T. V. French ohinu.
The artists natno 011
L TEA HOUSE
OWL TEA HOUSE
FINE TEAS AND COFFEES