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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1904.
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for the benefit of the ladies who have not been
able to secure a handsome silk waist pattern for
p 29 we will continve the sale
Friday and Saturday
Twenty-five different patterns to select from, four
yards to a pattern at
....SEE THE LARGE WINDOW....
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA S
Rader. Qot Sunny.
II slippers at Toutactt s.
A fruit dally at Martin's.
t.. .nnliliit nt Tinitcnh'o
a nicely furnlsliGd rooms to rout,
u.a cnlinnl nlionn that wear
iimcuo 7 . . '
bok well at touiscu's.
a. m cntlftfnntlan nt Haw-
Tlona' P enr Rtorft
tenl loads of clndors for tho
.l V,r Tlnmnatlo Tjllinilrv.
i r,.ti1o1inil iiniiHnlcnmihiG-
ii m -
rrtn nt 41)7 Alta Htrnnt
. .ii.. fnrnlalmd rnnniB fnr
u ui.vj . .
it Mrs. W. J. Clark's, 708 Ilaloy.
m & Kennedy's cab 1b at your
n it all hours 'Phono main
I at Joergor's, lzu west, uourr.
ii .m 'nhnnn main 701 when you
t a cab. Ileauy tor service ai an
from Association block to the
sill pay you to take tho East
lan's liitj rlnunnd lid blocked.
lies cleaned and pressed. J. J.
tm f.'2 East Court "treat.
iiaeWj' will got a prcesnt ot a ,
I rubber tired buggy. See page
cr East Oregonlan guessing con- j
ie pews would bo filled In two
Got Sunny. TJ C Itader.
Frosh taffy at Miller's, Court
For Ilout Four-ruom houso near
old Academy. Apply nt this office.
Progress Depends Upon Arrival of
Work Is nt a standstill on the
Bowman building today as a result
of the non-arrival of a consignment
of galvanized Iron for tho cornices.
It Is expected that the material will
bo here tomorrow, when the last
remaining six feet of brick work will
be added and the structure turned
over 1 the carpenters and roof men.
Walla Walla Poultry show, Febru
Oregon Christian Endeavor onvoi
tlon at Pendleton, February 19-22,
N0T A LUXURY
Ad accurate timepiece is a
IUI MIU hi til lj
The Waltham. Dueber and
Best repairing at moderate
726 Main Street
Payette Cannery Product.
A. II. .Moss, tho well know.n Pay
ette business, man yesterday closed
n contract with tho Davidson Gro
cery company of this city to distri
bute the entire output of 1004 of
the Idaho Cunning company at Pay
ette, it Is estimated that tho total
mmliipt or the cannery will amount
to In the neighborhood of $40,000.
l)r, I.. Frances Thompson, Os
teopathic physician, (graduate of tho
American School ot Osteopathy,
KIrksvllle. Mo.) will trout women
and children at their homes or jt
her apartments by appointment, un
til desirable ofllces can be secured,
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days or each week. 'Phone, Hcd 73.
Attention W. O. W.
Tiw. fimmnl of Frank cKomagoux
uiii ini.-,. nlnpo Saturday morning at
0 o'clock at the Catholic church. All
neighbors who can are requested 10
attend. J. . LAWKlSY.
A Dance Social.
1 tie lUUIUh L
will give a social dance with refresh
ments following, on mo t b
February 10, at Hendricks' hall, to
which nil Itedmcn are invited.
Invited to La Grande.
Invitations have been received by
the 'prominent Elks ot this city re
questing their presence to a ball and
banquet to be given by the La
Grande lodge, February 22.
Mrs. Annlo Macauley, of Independ
ence, a pioneer ot Oregon, died
Thursday, aged 74.
FOB NEW MANAGER
DR. VINCENT MAY BE TEN
DERED IMPORTANT POSITION.
Northwestern Gas & Electric Com
pany Will Possibly Purchase Boise
City Plant and Railway A Gener
al Manager Will Be Selected for
the Entire System of plants, In
cluding Boise, Pendleton and
A llolse City paper gives the fol
lowing outlines of the plans ot tho
Northwestern Gas & Electric Com
pany, to which the Pendleton light
"It is rumored that tho North
western Gas and Electric Com
plants nt Walla Walla, Wash., and at
Pendleton, Or., will purchnso the
Poise City electric railway and light
plant, and consolidate tho three
plants, and Install a monster power
plant on the l.ittlo Walla Walla
Iliver, in Umatilla county, from
which light and power will bo dis
tributed over a large territory. It is
also understood that Dr, F. W. Vin
cent, formerly principal owner of tho
Pendleton plant, and at present n
stockholder In the new company,
and superintendent of the plant at
Pendleton, will be tendered tho posl.
tlon ot general manager of the entire
property of tho Northwestern com
pany, including tho plants at Walla
Walla, Pendleton, llolse and also tho
big power plant on the Walla
Dr. Vincent said today when seen
by the East Oregonlan, that the
pluus of the company hud not reach
ed Biich n point yet, and that tho
,iiui i"i in-- must pmiu unit .railway
Is entirely problematical and only In
tho first stages of Investigation at
Tho Pendleton and Walla Walla
plants will bo furnished with power
nnd light from tho monster plant to
bo built on the Little Walla Walla
river. Papers covering tho water
rights of the company on the Little
Walln Walla will probably bo filed
with the county recorder tomorrow.
As to the apKIntment of himself
as general manager. Dr. Vincent
said that no such offer bad been
made him at this time, but thnt a
manager would be elected by the
company when a time comes for
such n move.
Your grocer finds his trade
In moneyback Schilling's Best
coff lUvortof '"" "hU
most comfortable and prosperous.
CREAM OF TARTAR.
We have to keep the chemically pure kind
for medicine. The same kind is none too
good for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
article here-io, 15. 3 and 60 cent Packa8es"
Our aim is to sell drugs and chemicals that
are just a little better than you find 111 every
The Popular Price
I PERSONAL MENTION. J
A. C. KOEPPEN & DROTHERS
Forced to Close
Earlier than First Advertised
17th Annual Clearance Sale
Wednesday, Februrary 10th
Come at Once
To Secure the Reduced Prices
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
J. .1. Lally has returned from La
Grande and Union.
Albert Harald, ot Adams, was a
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
G. II. Glhbs, of Milton, is In the
city for a short business visit.
John E, Cleghorn, a resident of
Echo, was a Pendleton visitor today.
T. L. Evans, of Troutdale, was In
the city yesterday for a short busi
C. W. Orton, a well known resi
dent of Vancycle, Is in the city for
a short visit.
William Mosgrove, of Athena, vis
ited In tho city today and transact
Mrs. M. F. Kelley, of Echo, Is In
the city the guest of friends here
lor a few days.
Dennis Nichols, a ranchman of
Grass Valley, is in the city for a
short business visit.
J. W. Perringer, the well known
farmer of Adams, Is in tho city for
a visit of a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bonnett, of
Darns, spent Thursday In the city
the guests of friends.
C. L. McGlnnls, the day man at A.
Nolte's place. Is at home threaten
ed with an attack of pneumonia.
George D. Goodhue, of Salem,
came over from La Grande this
morning on a brief business visit.
Brakeman J. It. Kelly, who has
been In attendance on the circuit
court at Union, Is on his run again.
II. W. Clandeck, of Elgin, was the
guest of the Hotel St. George yes
terday while In the city on a busi
Miss Etta Leach, of Weston, re
turned to her home this afternoon,
after a visit In the city with her
sister, Mrs. William Krassig.
Conductor W. II. Kelsey, who has
been at Union attending court, has
returned home. It is rumored that
he escaped by walking out of Union.
Mrs. W. II. Nebergall, accompan
ied by her daughter, Miss Lela Hug-
gins, left on No. 6 this morning for
a brief visit with friends in J'on
land and Salem.
Ross Kahler, the advance agent of
tho Robert Buchanan Tlieatricai
Company, Is In the city for a Bhort
time visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. Kahler was formerly a resident
nf Centrnlln. and Is well known
A. F. Zoollnor, of Pendleton, Ore.,
has become associated with the
Whlto Houbo store. Ho comes to
linker City with tho highest recom
mendatlons and Is a most courteous,
pleasing gontloman. Baker Uty
J. H, Gwynn, of Pendleton, secre
tory of tho Oregon Woolgrowers'
nssnnlatlon. and a director of the In-
depondont Packing association,
which Is organized' to bust the meat
trust, came up from tho West last
night and la registered at tho Gelsor
Grand today. uakor uuy ueuuu
Will Consider License Matters and
The county court will meet tomor
row morning at !' o'clock in adjourn
ed session for the consideration of
the liquor license asked for by A. Ii.
Stevens, of Umatilla. This license
should have been considered at the
last session, but owing to a mistake
In the notice it has to be readver
tlsed, and this Is the earliest date
upon which the court could take action.
Monday morning the court will
meet to hear any objections which
may be made to any of the judges
or clerks of election who were ap
pointed by the court at Its last ses
sion. It might be that the judges
and clerks for a precinct had been
appointed all from one party. In the
absence of accurate knowledge of
their party affiliations, or persona
may have moved out of tho precinct
unknown to the members of the
court, and therefore the commission
ers meet to revise the list and listen
to any objections that may be offered.
t HOTEL DE FARMER
A. KUNKEL (Sh Co., Proprietors
A la ltarb Wire
Leather and Rubber Belting
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet!. All
druBgUtu refund the money If It falls to cure.
E. W. OroTe'i algoatore on each box. ISC
Information precedes reformation.
It K LI SI IKS
Lace Leather Holts
Cable Jacksou Forks
Hublier Tire Huggles with Cushion Tires
Carriages with Leather TrlinnilugM
Burreys with Cloth Tilumilng
Wllsou Molllie Huggles with Hliafts Wlloou Mollne Hacks with Poles
Juo. Deere Huggles with Tops. Jno. Deere Hacks with Brakes
Mollne Wagon with Hox & Seat Chattauoga Wagon with Boliter Springs
Jno. Deere Gung Plow Pie Hrolled John Deere Walking Plows
Boiled Jno Deere Disc Plows, Caper Bauce
Juo. Deere Lever Harrows with Jno. Deere Disc Harrow Fritters
Mursliroom Sauce Home Dressing
Forks Hoes Hakes Boiled Buggy Ciishluns
Wagon Jack Balad Wheelbarrow Salad
Minneapolis Threshing Machine Pie
Ueiser Threshing Machine Pudding
Dierlng Harvesting Machinery with Cake
BIckle Sections. Blckle Knives. Sickle Heads. Hlvets. Hepalrs
Anything else In our line furnished to order
Hepalrs In season.
1 1 1 1 1 ie n i i
Another shipment of the RED
SCHOOLHOUSE SHOES ($2.50
pair) just received.
$J.25or sUe 6 to 8
$$.50 for size 6 to J 1
$1.75 for size if to 2
$2.00 for size 2 to 3
We are selling of this shoe two
pairs this year to one pair last.
Whv ? 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
Six new pollcQinon aro to bo ap
pointed on the Portland force.
Best 25 cent Meal In the City
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
633 Malu Street
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 Pendlo
ton, and work entrusted to us is done right.
Successors to the Thompson Company
021 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-
mC Our prto aS. that you can easllv afford It, and our work ucu
that you will be saved the price of new clothing.
Steam Cleaning (3b Dying Works
CANTY &. JONES, Props.
7in roTTONWOOD STREET
Good, cited for nd delivered. Pbon. ui-M.ln U9I. or a poiUI .rd
win Drinir u 10 yuur vr
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