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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
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I THE 1IKBT
I THE MOST WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A BUTEIUOtt
Heal In the City
hlhed Rooms in
ve that boBt of
to pmc 41.-1
Try t ms uoal-
Welt y carrier,
iportant bale of
ONE WEEK ONLY
riment of Flannelette Wrappers, made in the T
n fancy figures and stripes, shoulder ruffles, T
Worth $2.00. f
5ale Price, $1.38
A money saver. Great Value
Oar Work and the Bill
Will stand comparison with the best
of 'em. The work is as near perfec
tion as humans can attain the price
therefor as cheap as anybody should
expect. We do all kinds of sani-
tarj' plumbing and gas fitting, and
charge you not immoderately. Let
us estimate on your next necessity in
XARKE & Co. 211 Court Street
Work is the Cheapest f
lour sewer connections maae ana your sewsr wurK
. . i ,
xperienced man who guarantees his work. Work
me is never slighted Jf you place your job in
will be done right and at a resonable price. Poor
I means a continuous expense, while Srst-c'.ass wo':!:
me and causes no trouble or additional costs. Con-
R F. SHULTZ
JBirilding,Room't2. Phone Black J 30 J
Hone by a Scientific Plumber and you will not
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:, TEC ID PLUMBER
!RS BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
fLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head of the list.
Hartford Fire Insurance
Alliance Assurance Co. .... . -KMWH.wi-
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co. . . . 2.844.68J-
FRANK B. CLOPTO
U2 EAST COURT ST.
Daily trip HSISS
Uklah? except Smulay. Btuge leaves
Pendleton to Ukftfcft $"jSWKi
dlelon to Alba, .'.. J?a;J$.endleton W
to HMge, W. rounrf Vifei rendition to Illol
je, l.l. round trip, 12.60) ienmv
Knei. II, round trip, ,,
Oflfee ot Brock McComas Drug Store
MRS. WILLIAM DOBSON
TAKEN SERIOUSLY ILL
Dr. Smith of Jefferson, Oregon Gone
to John Day Gone to Colorado for
His Health Death of the Aged
Parents of John Ci-aten Epidemic
of Sore Throats and Grip Athena
Has a New Matuhn!.
Athena, Jan. 7. Mr. and Mm. I'm I
Stlno of Spokano have returned homo
from a visit with her Bister In this
city. They also attended the family
reunion of the I.leuallens.
Mrs. William Dobson was taken, se
riously 111 Monday. She has been
sick for tho past two months, but
cot dangerously so till this week.
Dr. J. C. Smith and daughter, Ha
zel, of Jefferson, Oregon, spent a few
days hero visiting friends.
Mr. Gerklng and Elmar and Leo
Johnston left for the John Day coun
try Monday, iney expect to make
the Journey in about five days If ti'
snow Is not too deep on tho Uluo
mountains. Leo will return In two
John Walker and James Wood
made a business trip to Walla Walla,
Angus McDonald, Mrs. Hugh Wor
thlngton's brother, who spent tho
winter at the Worthlngton homo,
left for Colorado Springs, Colo., on
Tuesday, where ho will spend the re
mainder of tho winter for tho bench
of his health. Mr. McDonald has been
In ill health for several months.
Charhy Davidson is getting along
nicely at present. His father is on
inn ihk list this week.
Mrj. William Mcltrlde received tho
find news that her father, John Arm
strong, of Waltsburg, 1b not expected
to live. Mrs. McIJrldo took the first
train to attend at his bedside. I
Walter Ely has bought a partner
ship Interest with A. J. Bagby In a
gincory btoro In this city
riio Christian church Is going to
f,lve a basket dinner In tho basement
of the church and a cordial Invitation
is (xlendod to all who wish to come.
Lonia Nnylor of Walla Walla is In
the city visiting relatives and friends.
Dr. W. It. Scott of this city, who Is
a student of tho Medical college vX
Portland, after a few days' visit here,
has returned to Portland.
l.a grip and sore throats havo vis
ited most of tlio homos In Athena
during tho past week.
Mrs. Alp Johnston Is very nick at
her homo in this city.
William Gholson has resigned his
position as city marshal and Job
Foster was appointed as his succes
sor. P. 13. Simpson of this city went to
Portland this week to ncccpt a posi
tion as bookkeeper In r- wholosalo
firm In thnt city.
Hurt by a Fall.
A. I., Jones, the expressman, while
cllmbliig down a ladder from the hay
loft, fell to tho floor, striking on his
right shoulder and was 'badly bruised
Death of an Aged Couple.
Mrs. H. II. Curtis received a let
tv from her father, John Craten of
California, announcing the nows of
the death of his nged parentB. His
father, uged !ifi years, died tho 22nd
of December; his mother died De-
cumber 31, only lacking one day of
belim 98 years old. They left n
iaigf fortune In California to be dl
ilod between six helra.
Woodmen of World Notice.
I'pinlloton Cninii No. 41, will havu
Installation of olllcors Saturduy
evening. January 9. All members are
eiuiu'suy lequehted to be picaont.
HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.
Colur i.f llulr Said to Indicate Ter
Many people believe that blonde, or
light hair denotes affection and dark
hair constancy. A person without hair
Is not devoid of character; far from It.
Tho disposition of the average bald
lioniled mnn is to show ouch solicitude
lor the welfare of others, that he neg
lects himself. A germ causes baldness.
I'rof. Sabournud, of Paris, France, In
uocculatcd a rabbit with Dandruff germs,
causlns It to become totatly bald In five
wrrk' time. To rid the scalp of these
dangerous germs It Is necessary to apply
"Destroy tho cause you remove the
Bold by leading druggists. 6end lOo In
stamps for sample to The Hcrplclde Co.,
Liuuoit. Mich. ,
F. W. Scnmidt, special agent.
; Was Made
I have only a few Ladies
Shoes, but can fit
Men's Snoes made to fit
J A. EKLUND
I (28 Court Street
t Moved from Judd block.
ED LONG AND WIFE 1
RESIDE IN PORTLAND
Woodmen of the World Are Doing
Recruiting t.ie Order Methodist
Revival Is Still in Progress Con.
cert by the Schubert Orchestra
Visitors from Walla Walla, Seattle,
Portland and Other Places.
Milton, Jan, S. Alex Still has gone
to Ellensburg for a short visit with
MIrle.Roby, the popular young clerk
in tho Milton furniture, took his de
parture, Tuesday, for an extended
visit at nrownsville.
Ed Long, a former Milton boy, was
hero soveral days this week visiting
his sister, Mrs. J. H. Wells. His wlfo
accompanied him. They left today
for their home in Portland. i
Miss Maud Evans, who has been
tho guest of her cousin. Miss Nora '
Kelly, has returned to Walla Walla.
Mr. W. C Howard cn,mo home,'
Tuesday, from a week's visit at Hcpp
ner with .her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Adklns.
A. W. Connctt, an organizer ot tho
Woodmen of thu World, Is In town,
working In the Interests of that or
Miss Zelma Frazier has returned
from a visit at Dayton, Wash. He
cousin, Miss I.ola Samuels, accompa
nied her home.
Mr. and Mrs, Clayto'h Jones of bo
nttle arrived here yesterday and arc
visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards went
to Walla Walla. Wednesday. ,
Miss Mattle Taylor has returned
from a visit nl Dayton and W'attB-,
Mrs. I.. G. narron, formerly a Mil
ton real estate dealer, but now of
Walla Walla, a hero today on busi
ness. Last night the famous Schubert
Symphony club and lady quartette
give a recital in tho opera hall.
Miss Minnie Wllkb son la extwted
home tomorrow from Dixie, whoro
she has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Methodist Revival Progressing,
The union revival meetings of tho
Southern Methoaist church are still
in progress. A great deal of Interest
RESTORED TO HEALTH.
Remarkable Cure of Lady After Try.
ing Several Physicians. j
Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co., Spo
Gentlemen I had been 111 for two
or time years, and my physicians
(.eenjed unable to glvo mo any relief.
I continually grew worse until I was
nlmost helpless, being unable to walk
or even raise my arms above my
head, and was reduced to 80 pounds
In weight. At this tlmo I decided lo
visit Medical Lake. Arriving nt that
place, my friends thought I would
not possibly llvo fo: raoro than a
week el two, but thanks to the e;ua
1 1 v- n;opertles In the water I l;ume
Oi.ilely oegan to get stronger, a.id af
ter lew ii'onths' sty there, inking
dally b.iltiF, I was restored to a
voir Ul o. .0 poundb hav; e.
j.ivecl rood health over since.
PI TT HA KHUAD-SU.
He, ci Nflrifka
Sold by Tallman & Co., leading
druggists, and A. C. Koeppcn &
"Human Hearts" Coming.
"Human Hearts" will bo presented
this season with an entirely new
sccs'.c tqu!r.onL Mr. V. N.-.nko-vlllo.
at great expense, had photo
graphic views for tho now scenes
taken In tho hills of Arkansas, in tho
locality whero tho scenes of tho play
art laid, so as to havo the production
as true to Hfo as possible. Those
photographs were turned over to tho
scenic artist and tho result has been
most satisfactory. Mr, Nankovll'.o
. also commissioned tho photographer
I to pick up anything in tho way of
properties that might lend local oolor
to any of thu scenes. The artist ac
I quired an anvil and bellows from 'ho
j village blacksmith shop that were
once usou by tho prototype of Tom
I Logan, thr hero of tho play.
"Human Jicarts," in an us n-;v.-scenic
splendor, will be seen at tho
Frazer January 25.
Mokl Tea Positively Cures Sick
Headache, ndl(je&tlon and Constlpa.
tion. A delightful uerb drink. He
moves all eruptions of the skin, pro
ducing a perfect complexion or money
refunded. 25c. and 60c. For sale by
F. W. Schmidt & Co.
Schubert Female Quartet
Th Ran irranrlsro Call of Doccm
bcr 9th, 1896, says: "The entertain
ment by tho Schubert Symphony
Club and Lady Quartetto at the Y.
M. C. A, last night was a most en
joyable affair, and the audience, testi
fied their appreciation of tho good
things in tho program by frequent
demands for a repetition."
Special attention is given to their
encores by tho Schuberts, and, al
though their program Is an oxtunslvo
one, It rarely represents ono-half of
the work performed by this favorite
company each evening. 1
This Quartet at tho Fraiur Jnnusry
11, for ono night, I
is aispiayea oy many u uui ouuui -
Ing pains of accidental Cuts, Wojnls,
nr,,iKM Tiurns. Scalds. Bo.tJ foot
stiff Joints. 13ut there'a no Jiot.c" for
It. llucklen'a Arnica Salve will ju.1
the pain and euro the trouble. It's
the host Salve on earth for Piter 2t
at Tallman & Co., druggists.
The man who buys his umbrcll.
would novcr make a good trust promoter.
All Cooks Delight in using
Never sour, always ready, never causes' disappointment at the last
moment when moals are ready to be served. Your cook
will be delighted because it is so handy; you will be
delighted because it is the purest and most appetizing.
We are placing the cap label reproduced herewith on
I every can or our product, l his is done for your protec
i tion. Our name on the label means that it is the best.
richest and purest
Big Clearance Sale
Our Clearance Sale has now commenced, and prices art:
cut on many lines all over the store. Do you need .in
Overcoat ? I3y it hire, where yon can save 40 per cetit
over others' prices. All clothing is now reduced 20 pet
cent to reduce stock.
Ladies' Coats and Suits at ACTUAL COST
Misses' Long Coats reduced to ACTUAL COST
Ladies' Woolen Underwear, special reduction of ao per cent
Men's Woolen Underwear, special reduction o( 20 per crnt
Men's Gertnap Socks at a reduction of to per cent
Men's Felt Hoots and Overs reduced 10 per cent
STAPLES AT CUT PRICES
All Outing Flannel, 7c grade, now 5c yard
All Outing Flannel, 91: gride, now 7c yard
All Online Flannel, 10c and 11c grades, new yc yard
Woolen Flannels, worth 40c yard, now 30c yard.
Bid Comforts, nil grades reduced in price
f All person9 knowing
t themselves to be in-
I dettted to me will
t call and settle their
X their accounts as I
I need the money.
1 Conrad Platzoeder
THE BEST i
IS THE CHEAPEST
Hear this in mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask lor the Internatlonil
Poultry aud Stock Food. Use
Kow Kuro to: your row trou
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i?7 129 East Alta St.
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block, between Alta and
F. X. Schempp
On Your Meat Bill
Being a stock ralaer on liircli
creek I do not have to buy In.
ferior cattle, but have prime
stock of my own raining for thr
block. You will get better
meat aud more of it for less
money at my shop than any
where else In town.
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f hone Main 1M
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