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DAILY EAST ORCGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1903.
.j,.. morning there has been a continued round
Since w" ' barbain hunter The store-has been crowd
ttS"u Jnace that time. If you want to be among the
rv h0! ,t deaj Yesterday we had not enough clerks
t II the mans custoniuis. u wc muse wno wait
er nu "
Will do better
look over this inconvenience.
oF THE leaping bargains all this week
j PERSONAL MENTION,
-Tks and jackets
k . rrLonbsl-IvlnC
jpsae, - ffip5
Vt sale 10.05
DRESS GOODSA WATSTINGS
35o Dress Goods lflc
tOc " " 29c
05o " " 3Sc
$1.25 grade Heavy Skirting.. USc
French Flannel Waist Pat
terns 79c and 88c
White Figured Wash Wait
ings, lor waist pattern of
3 yards . . . "S)c and $1.15
IrJcAN'T AFFORD TvO MISS THIS SALE
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Cor. Main and Alta
H . i i I I ili J
! , nut Simnv.
Li to tell tne meaning ot P.
ciothcs cleaned at Joer-
krated meats. Schwartz &
bur winter sun ui
la 4 Clark have a sample safe
Call and examine u.
fcforida, the uest cigar made.
i tfcar store, court street.
lp phone black 153 when you
cab. Kcaoy ior survicu t
Vila trado gniws dally, be-
ihe real delicacies made bi
pianos, slightly used. Great
I. Come quick. Inland Era
kno House, near bridge.
I ratals in the city are Berved
nir St George restaurant.
ling new, neat and clean, 25c
I consignment of superb pianos
elted at Inland Empire Piano
Store open evenings. Call in
t, them over
Lit & Bauer's best make of
mandolins and banjos now in
t Inland Empire Piano House,
lb street bridge.
be not trying to fool the peo-
le people know. Those faniil-
former prices will appro
ve reductions. The Boston
pans business and closing out
ire absolutely closing out the
stock, no reservations or
BL- buyers and small buyers
Mated. The Boston Store
business and our word for it
We will make It good. The
; the department is sold out.
Iter, as our future plans wait
moatlon of this sale.
pple and grocers are equal-
Irested in Schilling':. Best
tuk'.ag pmicr ftpiiei
lUvorins extract! khU
' from the goodness- of
Get Sunny. U C Rader.
Fresh fruit daily at Martin's.
Best shoe repairing at Tuutsch'a
No need to tell the meaning of P.
For Rent A piano. Apply at this
New ready-made skirts arriving
dally at Teutsch's.
The Delta chocolate and bon bons
always tasto like more.
'Phone Lane's paint shop when you
want window glass put In.
Fine line of latest bond, onion skin
and linen tablets at ..olf's.
Received dally, fresh tnmales.
crabs and crawfish, at Gratz's.
No limit on quantities on the clos-in"-
out sale at the Boston Store.
Carney & Kennedy's cab Is at your
service at all hours. 'Phone black
New pipes, some rare beauties.
prettiest line over shown here. Han
Schlffler's clothing is correct. Cus
tomcrs are satisfied and always well
For Sale 150 tons alfalfa had at
$8 per ton. For further particulars,
enquire at E. p. office.
For Bent Five acres good orchard,
bouse and barn, one mile from city.
Itihorn & Swaggart.
Mrs. Campbell will close all her
winter millinery nt a great reduction,
commencing Saturday, November 7.
Try to get that FREE turkey at
Taylor's, Hardware Store. It costs
; nothlug to try. One chance to each
I Poultry for Thanksgiving. Turkey,
1 ducks, geese and chickens. Live or
! dressed. Nice fat. plump poultry is
, the kind we will furnish you with if
I you leave your order with us. De
mott & Co.
Your Thanksgiving dinner will be
corroct an., complete if you lc us
supply you with ihe good Ings wo
i have In stock for the occasion first.
I Parsley, celery, onions, cauliflower,
. turnips, greens, cranberries, lettuce
and all vegetable? in season. Also
I fine mince meat. Den.ott & Co.
Celery, eating and cooking apples,
greens sweet potatoes, carrots beets,
! turnips, cauliflower, oranges, lemons,
bananas, horse radish, mince meat,
squashes, raisins currants citron, all
' kind of nuts, turkeys, geese, chickens,
ducks, live and dressed. Everything
for your Thanksgiving .dinner at Mar
tin's family grocery and bakery.
IF YOU NEED GLASSES
You need them now, not when it is too late.
Every day's delay may be one day nearer
total bllndneea. We tent your eyes, and flt
you with glasses to suit their conCit'ou, and
guarantee every pair we sell to give perfect
liest Lpiihm. in nlxlrlo fn,,nu tl rVl In 12.50. lU-nt
lenses In best quality 10 yr. gold-fllled frames, $2.50
to $3.60; gold frames and lenses, 5.00 to $10.00.
L . HUNZIKER
THE PROGRESSIVE JEWELER
Thm Latest nni
Best Corn Cure
15 Corns Cured For 15 Cts,
stte closes at 9 P. M., except Sat
woays, when it closes at JO P. M., and
Sunday at 8 P. M.
C K0EPPEN & BROS.,
The Drug Store with the Log Cabin Soda Fountain.
J. H. Watson, of Umatilla, is in the
J. R. Smith of La 'Grande spent to
day In tho city.
F, E. Foster, was In tho city from
Union today on a business visit.
H. Tiplar ot Gurdano was a busi
ness visitor in tho city yestorday.
Mrs. W. .. uurru. 01 Athena Is tho
guest of Pendleton friends for a short
J. B. Saylor of Echo was lu til
city today for a short time on busi
ness. G. A. Hartman returned this mottl
ing from a visit of several days to
J. E. Smith, the sheepman, left this
morning for ills ranch at Echo for a
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Redmond and
family ot Condon are visiting friends
In the city.
' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Catherman of
Echo were tho guests ot Pendteton
Mrs. Rose Campbell left this morn
ing for lone, called thcro by the Ill
ness of her mother.
H. S. Van Lamllngham pt Grass
Valley was in the city yesterday for
a brief business visit.
Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Porter of Mea
cham are in tho city, the guests of
friends for a few days.
L. Cummlngs, one of the well
known residents of Gurdane, spent the
day in the city yesterday.
Dr. E. G. Klrby of Pendleton, who
was formerly located at Elgin, is In
the city. iji Grande Observer.
Charles Wllklns left this morning
for Portland, where he goes to trans
act business Tor the reservation.
Martin Anderson has returned af
ter some time spent in a hospital nt
Portland, much Improved in health.
Chris. Ranley returned last night
from a week's visit to Portland,
where he has been on a business trip.
W. I). Chamberlain, the county
clerk, left last night for Portland, on
Ijuiilness in coaneotion with the office.
Sam Jordan and Jack Dennlngton
returned this morning from Walluln,
where they sietit Sunday after goose.
George W. Wall arrived last night
from Kingman county, Kansas, and
will visit with his brother, Charles
F. J, Beatho of Weston, tho road
superintendent for Umatilla county.
Is in the city for a short visit on bus
iness, Alex McRae has returned from
Portland, where he went Sunday to
accompany relatives on tholr way to
Prof. E. B. Conklln and Grover
Swaggart have returned from a hunt
ing excursion to Arlington, where they
spent Sunday after geese.
Judge W. It. Ellis, accompanied by
J. S. Deckwith, tho court stenograph
er, has returned from Heppner, where
the circuit court has been in session,
Sam Thompson, J. V. Tallman, Ot
to Boetcher and H. J. Stlllman left
this morning for Barnhart, where
they will hunt geese for a day or so.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curl have re
turned fiom Portland, where they
have been visiting for the greater part
of the past week with relatives and
THE PEOPLES "WAREHOUSE
Mens' Suits and Overcoats
Copitifht mil by ILttSchalToar Man
You shan't be burdened
with the words "cheap
est," "best" or the
worst," but simply
tell you that you'll come
pretty nearly finding
what you want in the
way o( Men's and Ucy's
Clothing and Furnish
ings when you come to
$5.00, $10,00, $15.00,
$18.00, $20,00 to $30,00
$8.00, $10.00, $12,00,
$15.00, $18.00 to $20,00
$10,00, $15.00, $18.00 to
Seven prizes to be
drawn Christmas Kve
One ticket witli each
dollar you buy.
Closed the entire
Suits and Overcoats For Boys
Hundreds to choose from. Distinct style, including belt back
Overcoats, Norfolk and Russian suits.
Fancy Vests. Bath Robes, Separate Pants. Manhattan Shirts
for men to be had only at The Peoples Warehouse"
Shields Park Program.
The dog and monkey performance
at Shields Park last night was very
good. The training and intelligence
ot tho trouie of dogs and the clown
ish freaks of the monkeys Is worth
the price of admission. The tricks
performed by the seven or eight dogs
lu Prof, Hunt's company are wonder
ful and this entertaining number
promises to be a' drawing card for tho
week. The singing by Bessie was very
good, and the other features of the
program wero amusing.
Officers and members of Pendleton
camp No. 41, W. O. W., are request
ed to meet at J. H. Lawrey's office
this evening at 7 o'clock p. m. for tho
purpose of making arrangement's for
tne funeral of our late neighbor, Wel
Funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock p. m. from tho
J. H. LAWREY,
J. E. BEAM,
Appeal in Probate Court,
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 21. The
appeal of Mrs, Philo Bennett and the
other legatees from the probating of
Mr. Bennett's will was filed In the
probate cpurt today.
Tu-ftnK'.flVA nan.' KtAinnlnt; DRttms
culiflliln fur walnts. 1uat ?t)ceived at
tho People's Warehouse art depart
ment. Mrs. Carlson win ue pieasii
to sh.jw them to you alo.ii; with a lot
of other pretty new arrivals,
Mr, Silas H. Soule, professional
,jnnn tiinr-r will be in tho city until
November 20. Please leavp ordera at
Tallraan's drug store for prompt at
Wanted A good. Industrious man
with wife (no children) to take
charge of farm. Address box 108,
General reduction on men's and
lioi-s' suits and overcoats for today
and tomorrow. Baer & Daley.
All kinds of Imported and domestic
lunches and clam chowder at. Gratz's.
We are offering the best $1,00 Jack-
knlfa in Oregon, Nolf's,
Purse found; see classified columns
No need to tell thy meaning of P
The Delta chocolates are different.
Olive Trees for City Park,
Five Russian olive trees have been
donated by Nurseryman C. L. Whit
ney to the city park and will add ma
terially to tho appearance of tho grove
when it reaches maturity, Bays the
Walla Walla Union. The Russian
olive attains a height of from twenty
to thirty feot. has dark green bark,
very heavy wood and burns like a
candle. Some Europeans call It tho
"candle tree," The foliage has a rich,
silver, silver color of willow shape
with deep golden and very fragrant
flowers. It is a very handsome orna
Tho sun lias not sot on tho day
hIik-u September 1st thut has not wit
nessed tho arrival of new goods at
the People's Warehouse. This wcok
we have ladles' neckwear, belts, golf
gloves, handkerchiefs, nutomoblle
bags, beads and looms.
Leave Your Orders With
OESPAIN I CLARK
Whitman County Co-Operation, Spo
kane, Wn.. Dec. 5-13, 1903.
For the above occasion tho O, It. & ,
N. makes a rate of one and one-third j
fare for the round trip on the tertifl-
cate plan. For particulars call on or
address W. T, WAMSIJ5Y,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Ttke Ltlt Brotno Quinine Tabled. All
arurgliu rtluna m moQejr ii una to curs.
E. w.Uror' iffaaturton etch boi. 'JSC.
Children's school shoes that wear
and look well at Teutsch's.
THE SHOE FOR
Men and Boys
l2o sheets fine Note Paper
in violet or azure effect, I'jc
This is the best Stationery
value ever put on sale in
New Goods Now Ar
riving Children's Tea Sets, 5c to
$3,65. a display almost
equal to what you may see in
the Jargest city stores.
Today we arc receiving a
fin eline o' Mounting Boards
5c, ioc and 15c.
This is the store for
I THE NOLF STORE
CO A I
All towns along the lino of thft
W. & Columbia Illver Railroad
rail buy from us In carload
lots at very leanonalilu pricm,
514-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
Is the crowning climax at a
reward for constant ittudy
and toll to pleat the people
and give them glausc to re
store to them what nature
ha failed to do. We examine
your eyH and make the prop
er correction. ItUnogutait
work with us. Kytm exam
ined free. We change leu-
fltUd by um free of charge
A. Blackburn, 0. D.
And you havo tho boat there in to bo had. Gun
uino WilBon Wood and Coal Hoatora (the original
airtight heaters) aro handled in Ptmdloton only
by us. )oi't take an imitation.
WILSON WOOD HEATERS, $2.50 to $20
WILSON COAL HEATERS, $7.00 to $20 .
-rurifwtr.rrM uin rvu idp r
iiiuriroun iiaiutta.l l.u.
T (1P.1 Main St.
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