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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1904.
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I . Lrnnfit of the ladies who have tint Yinnn
W. .oriirc a handsome silk waist nattern fnr
' Vwe will continve the sale
rrfday and. Saturday
.five different patterns to select from, four
.j. m a pattern at
JAB, .SEE THE LARGE WINDOW....
HG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
er, aet Sunny.
U dally ut Martin's.
.repairing at Tuutscn's
furnished rooms to rout,
I. .rhniil Blioes that wear
fnll at Teutsch's.
. .t satisfaction at How-
Etriy Ueea' cigar Btore.
I Ms of cinders tor tuo
Ilte Domestic x-uuuuiji.
rent at hit Aita sircoi.
furnished rooms for
In W.J. warK " ujr
It Kennedy's cab Is at your
I ill hours 'Phono main
lonr clothes cleaned and
lit Joerger's, 12C West Court
main 701 when you
Fit. Iteady for service at all
J. SlcFaul 1ms moved his of-
Assoclation block to xne
pay you to tako the East
In. See page G for terms on
I Ut! cleaned nd blocked,
IcJeined and pressed. J. J.
, JI2 East Court treet.
Mr fill Bet a preesnt of a
Iter tired buggy. See page
bt Oregonlan guessing con-
Innt to pay your subscrlp-
! souths or a year ahead,
bread guessing contest nd
e put ywir's time if new
Iretaels have been built and
4 on tho great lakes with a
!ie capacity of 4,7n0,U00.
Got Sunny. U C Ilador.
Fresh taffy ut Miller's, Court
New ready made skirts arriving
dally at Toutsch's.
For Hunt Four-room house near
old Academy. Apply at this office.
"Hurkshlre" typewriter paper, 'ix
cluslvo with us; full count boxes.
0. D, Teal of Echo, is In the city
for a few days business visit.
William Blakley left this morning
for a short visit to his farm at East
land. Mrs. J. Hreeden, of Ij Grande, is
visiting friends In tho city for a few
days. J. A. Nelson, of Adams, was In the
city for a short time today on a bus
J. W, Knowles, of I,a Grande, is
in the city for a short time on bus
iness at tho courthouse.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Thomas, of
Echo, are visiting with friends In
the city for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Pearson of
Freowater, were the guests of
friends in tho city yesterday.
J. W. Swaggart, of Athena, Is in
the city for a short visit with friends
and relatives and on business.
.1. H. Gwlnn is in Sampler and
Baker City for a ten days visit in
tho Interest of the New York Life
Miss Ethel Johnson has nccepted
a position In the Hartman Abstract
office, in the place .of Miss Colla
Itenn, who has resigned,
C. W. Orton, of Vancycle, is a
Pendleton visitor for a few days, on
business. Mr. Orton is a prominent
farmer of the vancycle country.
Conductor C. S. Brown and wife
have left Hot Springs, Arkansas,
for their home In this city, but will
visit a short time n't different places
on the way.
Tho Denver Post of January 28
rontulns the picture of the board of
directors of tho Women of Wood
cratt, among tho number lens
Grand Guardian Mrs. C. C. Van Ors
dall, of this city. All the members
of the board are as follows: Mrs.
Clara Hllllx, J. L. Wright, Mrs.
Anna Hawkins, Mrs. Cora Wilson,
Dr. Lillian Pollok, Mrs. C. C. Van
Orsdall and Mrs. Florence Wethqrly.
Dr. Is. Frances Thompson, Os
teopathic physician, (graduato of tho
American School of Osteopathy,
Klrksvllle, Mo.) will treat women
and children nt their homes or at
her apartments by appointment, un
til desirable offices can be secured,
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days of each week. 'Phone, Ited 73.
0T A LUXURY
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r-.-.uiic timepiece is
PiitV for tll timlnff nf
1 ftlOVCmpnta. in cnlirl
'.gold.filJed. silver or
26 Main Street
Guest of Miss Markham.
Miss Marguerite Yenny, of Walla
Walla, left this morning for Echo,
where sho will be a guest for n few
days. Shu lias been visiting Miss
Annie Markham, of this city, for
Dr. Martin preached last night on
the "Divinity of Christ." The meat
ings continue with Increasing inter
est. Subject tonight, "Bellevo in
God or Something." Tho public is
cordially Invited to attend.
Has Charge of Bankrupt Stock.
Dan Smythe left this morning for
Weston, where ho has been appoint
ed to take charge of the bankrupt
stock of Dan Ducking, the saloon
man, by the creditors of tho saloon.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to extend to my many
friends my heartfelt thanks for their
kindness to myself and wife during
her long Illness, and to mo In my
Elks Meet Tonight.
Elks meet tonight at 8 o'clock.
Everyone come. Important business
G A. HARTMAN, E. R.
CHAS. E, BEAN, Sec'y.
"The mould of a man's fortuno Is
in his own hand." Bacon.
What does most to promote
Where did moneyback com
Schilling's Best at your
CREAM OF TARTAR.
We have to keep the chemically pure kind
'or medicine. Tho same kind is none too
good for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
"ticle here io, 15, 30 and Co cent packages.
Our aim is to sell drugs and chemicals that
are just a little better than you find in every
The Popular Price
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
REVIVAL AT ATHENA.
Rev. W. A. Moore, of St. Louis, Has
Taken In 137 Accessions to the
Athena, Feb. 4. (Special to tho
East Oregonlan.) The revival In tho
Christian church In this city, which
lias been In progress for the past
several weeks, lias developed into
the most extraordinary church meet'
lug ever held In this city.
Rev. W. A. Moore an evangelist of
St. Louis, is preaching, and has add
ed 137 members to the church dur
ing the revival period. The largest
number In any one night was 1C. The
meetings will continue Indefinitely
and the Interest Is increasing. Rev
S. M. Martin, now conducting the
meetings in Pendleton, held revival
services here last year with great
FORCED TO CLOSE.
The Grand Chance to Save Money,
Will End Wednesday, February 10
as the Big Sale Closes.
The 17th annual clearance sale
which has been In progress at the
Peoples Warehouse, and which has
marked an epoch in money-saving
values given, will be brought to a
close earlier than originally adver
tised, and the last day of this great
sale will be Wednesday, February
It behooves economical buyers to
take advantage of the few remaining
days and buy what they need before
the opportunity Is a thing of the
pnRt. Fix In your mind that next
Wednesday the sale closes, and
profit by the clearance sale prices
while they last.
The city court was large in num
bers, but very small In cash this
morning. Nine men faced Judge Fltz
Gerald, five of them for drunkenness
and four for vagrancy, and out or
the lot tho court received nothing,
ns all of the men were broke and
will stay in the city Jail from two to
five days each,
Homer Hlndman Dead.
Baker City. Feb. 4. W. C. Hind
man, of 1931 Fitth street, received
tho sad Intelligence yesterday by
wire, that his son, Homer H, Hlnd
man, had died at St. Vincent hos
pital, Portland, on Sunday night.
Homer Hlndman, the deceased, was
one of the best knqwn cattlemen of
Baker City or vicinity. He had re
sided here for the past 40 years,
having crossed the plains with his
parents when he was about one
Peculiar Insanity Case.
Walla Walla, Feb. 4. Apparent
ly quite revcovered from her strange
condition, which she claims was the
result of a species of epilepsy. Mrs.
Laura Gates has been released from
the county Jail and has gone to her
stopping place at Walker's Landing
on Snake river near Page station.
Mrs, Gates left hero on the 11
o'clock train Monday night. She
was allowed to go Monday after a
detention of four ..ays.
Contagion at Astoria.
Astoria, Feb. 3, Health Officer
Pilkington reports that the scarlet
fovor and measles contagions are
rapidly dying out In Astoria, There
are now hut two cases of scarlet,
and both patients are well on tho
road of recovery. There are 23
cases of measles in 12 hamos.
Japan's Postal Service.
The cheapest postal service in the
world is tlint of Japan, where let
tors are conveyed all ovor tho em
pire for two sen about soven-tenths
of a ponny. This Is tho more won
rtorful considering tho difficulties of
transport ovor a mountainous and
Irregular country, which has less
than 100 miles of railway, while
wagons can pass over only a few of
tho chief roads and tho steamers
connect but a small number of
the Iron is Hot
One feels lucky indeed (hat could earn 10 per cent
on his money and here right now you can supply your
wants at a saving of at least 20 per cent and up to
40 per cent-a clear saving and equal to two years
interest; at the very lowest reduction we are mak
ing. This 17th Annual Clearauce Sale is' gaining in
momentum each day. Satisfied customers are bring
ing their friends.
Money to be saved in Dry Goods, Clothing and
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Thinks Trib a Good Remedy.
B. F. Gray, Portland, Oregon, July
10th, 1902, writes: "I believe your
remedy .for the liquor and tobacco
habit, 'Trib,' a good one. I took the
Keeley cure and it cost me $1G0. I
think Trib Is honestly the best cure
of the two. If I ever can he of any
assistance to you let me know. I
consider you have done much for
Regular meeting Thursday night at
the city council chambers. Business
of Importance Is to be transacted
as routine, and also matters con
cerning the Northwest tournament.
H. J. STILLMAN, Secretary.
Walla Walla Poultry show, Febru
Oregon Christian Endeavor onvei
tib'n at Pendleton, February 19-22,
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tableli. All
drucgUH refund the money If It Ialt to cure.
E W . Urove'i ilgnature on each boi. 25c
HOTEL DE FARMER
A. KUNKEL B, Co., Proprietors
A la Barb Wire
Leather and Rubber Belting
Lace Leather Bolts
Cable Jackson Forks
Rubber Tire Buggies with Cushion Tires
Carriages with Leather Trimmings
Hurrays with Cloth Tilmmliig
Wilson Moline Buggies with Bhaft Wilson Mollne Hacks with Polo
J no. Deere Buggies with Top. Jno. Deere Hacks with Brake
Mollne Wagon with Box & Seat. Challenge Wagon with Bolster Springs
Jno. Deere Gang Plow Pie Broiled John Deere Walking Plows
Boiled Jno Deere Disc Plows, Caper Bauce
Jno. Deere Lever Harrows with Jno. Deere Disc Harrow Fritters
Murshroom Sauce Home Dressing
Forks . Hoes Hakes Boiled lluggy Cushions
Wagon Jack Salad Wheelbarrow Salad
Mluneapolis Threshing Machine Pie
Gelser Threshing Macine Pudding
Dcerlug Harvesting Machinery with Cake
Bickle Sections. Sickle Knives. Sickle Heads. Rivets. Repairs
We also carry Plows, Mowers, Rakes, Binders and Headers. Re
pairs In season.
Another shipment of the RED
SCHOOLHOUSE SHOES ($2.50
pair) just received.
$i.2sliot size 6 to 8
$1.50 for size S to H
$J.75 for size it to 2
$2.00 for size 2 to 3
We are selling of this shoe two
pairs this year to one pair last.
Why ? People have found that
they wear better, fit better, look
better, price better.
Better Get a Pair
The children want this kind.
Toes in wide or narrow style ; low
heels, with and without hooks.
Sewed with silk.
Boston Shoe Store
Before Putting In
Your sewer connection get prices from us on 4 and
6 inch vitrified sewer pipe.
Complete line of Closets of different sizes, kinds and
prices. Our plumber is the best workman in Pendle
ton, and work entrusted to us is done right.
GOODMAN-THOMPSON HARDWARE i
Successors to the Thompson Company
621 Main St.
IS THE ROAD TO WEALTH
Practice economy in your clothing by having your cast
away garments cleaned, repaired, pressed and made as good as
new. If you desire the color changed, have them dyed. We
are prepared to take your old clothes and make them look like
new again. Our steam facilities are first class and our work
men are competent. .,,., ,. 1
Our prices are such that you can easily afford it, and our work sucu
that you will be saved the price of new clothing.
Steam Cleaning (3b Dying Works
CANTY &. JONES, Props.
730 COTTONWOOD STREET
Coodt called for and delivered. Phone ui-Maln 1891, or a poital eartf
will bring ut to your door
PROMPT, RELIABLE BEBVICE
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF AIL KINDS
Gooda taVen twit'ol care of, Leate oiflen a
ELATERITE fi Mineral Rubber.
YOU AV lM UWa"llEJ.MCB A WO..N.OUT "OOF
TemSfrc for all climates. Reasonable In cost. Sold on merit. Quaran
teed It will pay to ask for prlcesand Information,
teed. It will pay ELATERTE pQOFINQ CO.
Worcester Building. iu& "'"