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DAILY E'AST ORECQNIAN, PENDLETON OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1904.
BOYS' GLUB FORMED
jtr Made Clothing!
Forced to Close
t tit 8
uvo iust received over 3500 samnles
Ltlio Ed V . Price Tailoring Company of j
Lge, ranging n price from $15.00 to ;
Loo por suit. I
, Qeorgo Alferd Ferguson who has taken I
. n ii A lino ilnna nil f . r
tktB ler 1,3 i lucuBui iiig ior
ist two years without a single suit being !
Lted, is still with us and would be pleased I
Ifhow you He li"e f samples S
All Fits Guaranteed
; STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
ELECT OFFICERS AND
Has Fourteen Members and a Num
ber of Applications for Member
ship Will Give Entertainments to
Raise Monev to E
i t j
I Get Sunny.
ImiT at Martin's.
I pairing at TuutBCh1
lirnlsheil rooms to rout,
Idool shoes that wear
,t Teuiscn b.
i Mtlafactlon at How-
IrRees' cigar store.
(it of clndors ior mo
e Domestic Laundry.
L f,ni9lipil rooms (or
fir j. dark's, 708 Raloy.
Kennedy's cab Is at your
tours 'mono main
rinthea cleaned and
lrjer's, 12C West Court
Lone main 701 when you
Ready for service ai an
(jlcFaul has moved his of-
kssoclatlon liloci; to mo
leatlne, booklets, fancy
v hits, kico and comic
U you to tako tho East
Set pe u ior terms on
It Linen," "Old Holland
ton View- Tablets. Nolf's
j cleaned nd blocked,
vi and pressed. J. J.
fcEast Court 'treot.
!lll get a precsnt of a
tired Iiuel'V. Sen nago
jiOregonlau guessing con-
rot to pay your subscrlp
pocthj or a year ahead,
bread guessing contest nd
Got Sunny. U C Rador.
Fresh taffy lit Miller's, Court
Furnished rooms nt '107 AUu
street for rent.
New ready made skirts arriving
dally at Teutsch's.
For Kent Four-room house near
old Academy. Apply nt this office.
t viiii.uii i'UJD VIIIU Hilt) Ul
gunlzed this morning with a charter
memberslilii nf 14 n,,ri .ni ,n,in
one of tho Institutions ot tho city.
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"! uuu is uuuipuBt'u 01 sncrman
Kllllltnl. .1 nli 11 TtlrOr linn Tltvttl TMrtL.
son, Francis Jackson, Harold J. War
ner. Ttnlnh llnllnrmnt, 1 t..rt.-
more, Edgar Smith, William Bollons,
.hick mceni, Andrew llollons,
James Sturgls, Cress Sturgls and
Tho club met In the association
rooms this morning and perfected an
organization, electing Edgar Smith
president, John Dickson secretary,
James Sturgls treasurer and Cress
A constitution and by-laws were
adopted and tho club will be in
working order In a short time. It
will meet next Saturday, when a
number of new members will bo re
ceived, and plans for the future will
lilt nilll'a nttfnF,llL- ntn I nonrt
The object ot tho club Is a lauda
ble one and should bo sunnortod.
Tho young men will give a series of
entertainments In the near future at
whirl, thev nvnort tn rnlno tnnnnv
enough to buy guns and equipment
tlipn nlnpp tlieninelvea mwlpr n ilrlll.
master and train themselves to as
nlgli a degree of perfection In mili
tary tactics as any of the militia
companies In the eastern part of the
state. The young men are very
much In earnest about their new
scheme, and will make It a success.
Earlier than First. Advertised
17th Annual Clearance Sale
Officers Elected and Committee
Constitution and By-laws
Al a meeting held n few nights
ago a portion of the grocers of tho
city met for organization for mutual
benefit and protection. Ofllcers
were elected temporarily, pending
the drafting of ,n constitution and
by-laws. The same list will doubt
less bo adopted as tho permanent
olllcers of the nsoclatlon after the
organization Is completed. It Is
thought that a majority or the gro
cers In the city will join the associ
ation. The roster of tho ofllcers; Presi
dent. H. L. Oliver; vice-president,
William Ingram; secretary, Dan I.
Smythe; treasurer, Einest Younger;
innnuglng board, F. S. Younger, M.
M. Miller and Charles Ilohrman.
MISS EWAN RESIGNS.
PCCIirate limpnim- Ic a
I1? for the timing of
Waltham, Dueber and
UQVPrnnnle l rnli'rl
(Mulled, silver or
"pairing at moderate
I Main Street
Will Be Succeeded by Mrs. Elsie Fol-
Mis Elsie Folsom-Wade has been
elected to fill the vacancy In the
mni nf tile nubile school teachers,
caused by the resignation of Miss
FiWnn, The latter lias neon in puui
health for some time, and has r.t
inui ii..pIi1pi1 tn return to her home In
Aulilnnil fur a lonir rest. While here
Miss Kwnn has bad great
with lier work, and the school board
Is reluctant to lose her.
Wednesday, Februrary 10th
Come nb Once
To Secure the Reduced Prices
The Peoples Warehouse
SICK AND FORSAKEN.
Dr. I Frances Thompson, Os
teopathic physician, (graduate of the
American School ot Osteopathy.
Klrksvllle, Mo.) will treat women
and children at their homes or .it
her apartments by appointment, un
til desirable offices can be secured,
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days of each week. 'Phone, lted 73.
The funoral of Frank nomogoux,
nt lila borne near Nye yes-
WHO III-- - -.,
terday. was conducted from the
Catholic church this morning at 10
o'clock, tho services being conduct
ed by Father VanderVelden, the
pastor of tho church. The inter
mcnt was made in the Olnoy ceme
tory, the body being followed to the
grave by a large procession.
Some fools and their money are
parted only by death.
The grocer buys Schilling's
Best to sell at a profit.
You buy it to eat and drink
at a profit.
'REAM OF TARTAR.
We have to keep the chemically pure kind
'or medicine. The same kind is none too
good for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
"tide here io, 15, 30 and 60 cent packages.
ur aim is to soil drugs and chemicals that
fe just a little better than you find in every
C. H. I.emery. of Adams, was In
the city yesterday for a short visit,
W. W. McQueen, a prominent far
rnei- and fruit man of Milton. Is !n
the city today.
Mr. nnd Mrs, D. P. Hicks, of Wes
ton, are the guests of friends In the
city for a few days.
Mrs. Seth Dickey, of Milton, was
the guest of friends In the city yes
terday for n short time.
Horace Walker, the county com
missioner from Helix, Is in the city
to attend the county court.
Mat Mosgrove, one of the promi
nent merchants of Milton, was In the
city today for a short visit.
Hyron Hawks of Pendleton, has
accepted a position as clerk In Chas
tnln's drug store. Milton Eagle.
Charles French, of the postolllce,
is confined to his home with an at
tack of the grip, but Is recovering.
Mrs. B. Stanton, of Milton, is in
tho city for a few days' visit with
her son, S. M. Stanton, nnd other
relatives and friends.
s 11 rtnlilerhead. of Walla Walla,
Is lii the city for a short time In tho
Interest of the W. & V. 11.. 01 wmc.i
road he is the geneinl passenger
agent. , .,..!. : '." t"1 i-i'i
V, Romogoux, of Nye, Is In the
city', having come to make arrange
ments for the funeral of his father,
Frank Homogoux, who died at his
Dr. E. N. Hutchison, of Portland,
tho government stock Inspector, was
In the city today for a short visit tin
business, leaving on the morning
train for Walla Walla.
George H. Sutherland, of Walla
Walla, the contractor who had
charge of the sewer construction
here last summer, Is In the city for
a short business visit.
Miss Maude Catching and Mr.
Fred G, Mcintosh will be married on
Sunday evening at the home of Mrs.
Sarah E. Catching, the mother of
the bride-to-be, on Johnson street,
Don Conklln, ot Union, a brother
of Professors E. 13. and Roy Conk
lln, of this city, is here for a short
visit on his way to Stephenson,
Wash., where he has accepted a po
sition as bookkeeper with a promi
nent lumber company.
J. R. GUYELL IS DEAD.
50 Years of Afle, and Was
Taken Away by Pneumonia.
James Russcl Guyoll died at 8:20
this morning at the family home
near the pump house of the water
works after a short attack of pneu
monia. Mr. auyell was CO years o
ago at the time of his death, and
bas been a resident of this city for
the past seven years, working lor
tho greater part or that time for
Charles Hamilton, the city treas-
Tho deceased leaves a wife and
seven children. Ho was a native of
Iowa and came to this country In
i, ..iir ,invs. with his naronts and
lived In various parts of tho Btate
before settling with his family In
Tho funeral will bo hold tomorrow
afternoon nt 2 o'clock from the resi
dence, tho service being conducted
by Uov, N. H. llrooks of the Chris
tian church, Tho interment will bo
mndo In Olney ceniotoiy.
A. C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
Unfortunate Woman at Walla Walla
Needs Sympathy and Money.
Walla Walla, Feb. 0. A sad
drama from real life Is being enact
ed n Wnlla Walla In the case of
Mrs. Ed. Gibson, a girl 22 years old,
who Is at the Arlington nouse wan
out money, lelativcs and only a very
few friends. Mrs. Gibson came to
Walla Walla about two weeks ago,
and a short time after arriving here
was confined. Her child died a
lew days after birth and the young
woman is now dependent on friends
nml the rountv commissioners for
the necessities of life.
Mr. Gibson said she was married
18 months ago at Jackson, Mich.,
coming West to Oregon City four
months' after the wedding. Her
husband died about six months ago,
leaving her very little money and
more than 2,000 miles from homo.
Walla Walla Poultry show, Fcbru-
U . ft.
Oregon Christian jsnueavor .onve-j-tlon
at Pendleton, February 19-22,
rn r.URK A COLD IN ONE DAY
TX Bioo .Qumlne TMett. All
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HOTEL DE FARMER
A. KUNKEL (E, Co., Proprietor! t
"NL El 2ST XT
A la Uarb Wire
UK. I, I rt! IF.!-!
Leather anil Rubber Jteltlug Lace Leather Holts
lloite v.auie jiiwvmhi
Itublter Tire Buggies with CiibIiIou Tires
Carriages with Leather Trimmings
Burreys with Cloth Tiliiimlng
Wilson Mollne Buggies with Shafts Wilson Mollne Hacks with Poles
J110. Deere Buggies with Tops. Jim. Deere Hacks with Brakes
Mollne Wagon with Box & Seat Clmttanoga Wagon with Bolster Hprlngs
Jno. Deere Gang Plow Pie Broiled John Deere Walking Plows
Boiled Jno Deere Disc Plows, Cajwr Bauce
Jno. Deere Lever Harrows with Jno. Deere Disc Harrow Hitter
Murshroom Sauce Home Dretslug
Forks Hoes Rakes Bolletl Buggy Uiwliluns
Wagou Jack Balad Wheelbarrow .Salad
Miuneapolls Threshing Machine Pie
Uelser Threshing Machine Pudding
Deerlug Harvesting Machinery with Oake
Bickle Sec tions. Blckle Knives. Sickle Heads. Rivets. Repairs
Anything else in our line furnlnhed to order
Jtepalrs In season.
shoe store! Before Putting In
Another shipment of the RED
SCHOOLHOUSE SHOES ($2.50
pair) just received.
$J.25jor size 6 to 8
$$.50 for site 8 to Jl
$J.75 for site ti to 2
$2.00 for size 2 to 3
We are selling of this shoe two
Dairs 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.
Your sewer connection get prices from Us 6n 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.
Boston Shoe Store
GOODMAN THOMPSON HARDWARE
Successors to the Thompson Company
G21 Main St.
Valuable Real Estate.
Clins. E, Grimth recently sold a
20 ncro tract of hind near tho city
to J H- Chapman and Frank L.
Phelps for $3,500. or about $175 an
ucre. Milton Eagle.
Best 25 cent Meal in the Oity
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
GUS LaFONTAlNE, Prop.
633 Main Street
OUR SUIT CLUB
The Expense of Having Your Suits Cleaned ard
Pressed is Light If You Join Our Club
$1.50 PER. MONTH IS THE LEAST
To he a member of our club and we keep your clothes
looking neat, clean and well pressed. Its no trouble to you,
we call for and deliver your clothing. Telephone us Main
1691 or drop us a card and our solicitor will upon you
Steam Cleaning 3b Dying Works 1
CANTY ft. junto, rrup.
730 COTTONWOOD STREET
. - a n.. Phona ui-Maln I6BI, or poiUI esriJ
V GOOQI CftliCU lur uw
5 will Dring ui io jrwui-
I ELATE RITE fsMlneral Rubber.)
VOU AY IHTONMJUJIUJJNa HKWJ,CB A WonN.OUT HOOK
PL ATERITE ROOFING
Ta 52, i U-. reel1u?tJersE vaX..aetdc. ItfSft.
KSR ' fo? XXrCSt'ou merit Guar,
wl pay to PJJ-SSS CO.
WorcecUr Building- "''