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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1904.
f ks Ready-to-Wcat Tailot-Made
Suits 2 YS opeciai
Friday and Saturday.
,,000 TAILOR MADE SUITS $8.00
,,2 00 TAILOR MADE SUITS -60
t.,00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $12-00
,,8 00 TAILOR MADE SUITS .v.. '.$14.40
0W TAILOR MADE SUITS $16.00
22.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $17.60
00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $20.00
,30.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $24.00
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
fini INESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
itnyou call for a TRIUMPH. CI YNN
TIT.Don't accept a substitute.il I
"IKMw ruvnii -
inyou call fora TRIUMPH. CI YNN & COW
and SEWER WORK !
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FJRST-
.CLASS WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. S
kBtIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR
!"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
rigtaalitv and Distinction
re always noticeable In the stylos and makes of our furniture.
The originality la found in the stylo and the distinction in the man
ner and nnlsh ot the, workmanship. Both are ovidenco of a most
exclusive class of furniture, suggestive of unoqualed excellency.
"6 boucht tho Tinm M... I , ,1
.. ,uca3 , lurnituru oi iu puiiuiiiB, mm urej
are ready for your Inspection.
"ur stock of carpets wins thq admiration, of all.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Furniture and Carpets
LECTURE ON PERSIA BY A
NATIVE OF THAT COUNTRY.
W. C. T. C. Convention at Athena
Matron of the Order at Eastern
Star Marriage of Walter Wood
ward With Miss Murnle Grosve
nor Recovering From Appendi
citis Son Born to F. E. Cock
burn and Wife.
Milton, March 11. Joseph Kosh
aha, a Persian, will deliver a lecture
on "Customs, Manners, Courtship and
Marriage of tho People of Persia," at
the M. E. church.
Rev. M. V. Howard, pastor of the
M. E. church at Pendleton was here
visiting Ills son, Prof. W. C. Howard.
He returned homo today.
Mrs. Etta McEachern, who has
been here from Walla Walla visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. N. Stone, has gone
to Weston where she will visit an
other sister, Mrs. Emslcy Rldcnour.
Mesdamcs L. J. Pierce. E. B.
George, J. E. Davis, Wm. Anderson
and Wm. Talbert were In Athenn
Wednesday attending the W. C. T.
Mrs. Helen P. Gatch of Salem,
worthy grnnd matron of the order of
Eastern Star, paid a visit of inspec
tion to the local lodge Wednesday
night. While here she was the guest
of Mrs. Matt Mocgrove.
Mrs. L. B. Hogan entertained a
few friends at "cinch" Wednesday
evening, In honor of her sister, Mrs.
Bertha R. Olsen, who is here from
Miss Lida Nell returned yesterday
from Walla Walla, where sho was
the guest of Mrs. E. L. Smalley.
Miss Jane Green, an organizer of
the Women of Woodcraft, Is here on
business connected with the order.
Miss Bertie Elam was a Walla
Walla visitor Wednesday.
Last Monday evening the friends
of W. R. Craig surprised him at his
home, the occasion being his birth
day. Tonight the Women of Woodcraft
and Invited guests will enjoy a mov
ing picture, stereoptlcan and musi
cal entertainment, at the 1. O. O. F.
Mrs. Mary C. Brooks of Walla
Walla is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Colonel O. R. Ballow. of tho State
university Is In town today on bus!-
Miss Mildred Prescott has re
turned to Prescott, Wash., after a
visit with Miss Mattie Taylor.
Rev. W. E. Beach u here from
Spokane visiting his son J. C. Beaeh,
who is attending Columbia College.
Rev. Beach will occupy the pulpit at
the college chapel Sunday morning.
M. C. Baracar of North auima
Athena to hold a scries ot meetings.
Mrs. James J. Adkins arrived hero
yesterday from his homo at Hcppncr
and Is attending her daughter, Mrs.
W. C. Howard, who Is quito ill of
F. B. Pennock, a former Mlltonlto,
was hero yesterday from his home at
Walla Walla looking for a house.
Mr. Pennock will return to Milton in
a few days and locate
Walter Woodward and Murnle
Grosvcnor were married Tuesday
evening at tho home of tho groom's
sister, Mrs. C E. Spcnco. Rev. G.H.
Gibbs of the South Mcthomst church
performed the ceremony. Only rela
tives and a few intimnto friends were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Woodvnrd
will reside In tho north part of town.
Recovering From Appendicitis.
Henry Curtis, who has been suffer
ing from an attack of nppcndlcitic, Is
reported to be convalescent.
Son Was Born.
A son was born to tho wife of F,
E. Cockburn Wednesday morning.
A NIGHT ON BROADWAY.
Muray and Mack at the Frazer To.
That merry, musical comedy suc
cess "A Night on "Broadway" comes
to the Frazer tomorrow night. This
Jolly melange, seems to have hit the
press and public as Just right. Inas
much as It has been presented In
every city of note in tho United
States to phenomenal business.
It Js a cheering conglomeration of
galty girls, music and tun, anci al
though It contains an original score
of 19 members, and borders on light
opera, nevertheless It admits of
many high class and costly special
ties and Is presented by a mam
moth organization of GO people.
This comedy lays but little claim
to plot, but is presented for the sole
purpose of introducing laughter,
u- uanteui ... . beauty and song, corrallng all tho re-
spent Tuesday ana weunesaay uere
s of corneous scon-
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
BYERS BEST FLOUR
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
tho guest of his brother-in-law M. R
Mrs. Miles P. Benton, who has been
here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. C. Rinker, left yesterday ior
Mr. and Mrs. S, H. KIstner, iorm-
erly proprietors of the Ranier res
taurant, have closed their business
and gone to seek a location elsewhere.
I .nut Frldnv night Mrs. L. J. Pierce
gave a party in honor of Mr. J. 'W.
Beckford, who will soon leave for
Utah. Pit and bourse were the
the evening. Re
freshments were served. Thoso pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Berry,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Frazier, Mrs. C.
E. Berry, Misses Bessie McDanlel,
Lena Coo, Bertie Elam, Jennie Dyk
es, Lida Neil, Epsa Pierce, urace
Berry, Messrs Byron Hawks,, G. A.
Cowl, S. L. "Neil, Elmer Berry. J. D.
McKnlght and J. W. Beckford.
Mica r.furn riaru- who Is employed
In the millinery department of Meier
& Frank of Portland, is here ior a
few dnvs visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Harford, who have
boen for several days In the Interests
nt tim w fi T. tJ.. left today for
freshing elements of gorgeous seen
ery, brilliant costumes, jolly non
sense, entrancing music, clever
comedians, fascinating prima donas,
bewitching soubrettcs, and a dashing
chorus of youthful forms with beau
tiful faces and sparkling eyes. From
all the glowing accounts, the public
may justly expect a performance of
EIGHTY ACRES OF FINE
WHEAT LAND WAS SOLD.
Y. P. S. C. E. Presented the Drama,
"Fruits of the Wlne-Cup" Miss
Fannie Scott Ha Returned Home
From Waltsburg New Builder
and Contractor From Illinois
Visitors From Yakima, Garfield
and Other Points.
Athena, March 11. Mrs. J. F.
Hallgus and parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jason Van Winkle, have been In
Weston visiting. They will leave for
Yakima Jn a few days.
John Davidson sold to Jinks Dud
ley SO acres of flno wheat land about
one-half mile from Athena. The
consideration was $65 per acre.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
church prosented tho temperance
drama "Fruits of the Wine Cup" nt
Helix last Friday night. A largo an
dlonco wbb present.
Mrs. J. W. Jenkins revolved news
of tho death of her mot nor, .Mrs. Lu
cille Scott, nt Chesterfield, Ohio.
Mrs. Fannie Scott, who tnught a
successful term of school near
Waltsburg. Wash., returned homo
Levi Trowbridge of Garfield spent
last week here visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brotherton
spent Sunday in Wnlla Wnlln.
Mrs. A. B. Stono spent Sunday In
New Builder and Contractor.
T. J. Norvell of Illinois, arrived In
Athena a few days ago nnd rented
tho Ilnstlngs' cottage. Ho expects to
engage In building and contracting.
Twenty Aspirants for the Congres
Enid, Okla., March H. Tho Ter
rltorial Democratic committee Is in
session hero today, pursuant to tho
call of Chairman Moses Anderson,
for tho purpose of fixing tho tlmo
and place for holding the territorial
convention to select delegates to tho
national convention nnd to nominate
a candidate for congress.
The convention to select delegates
will probably bo held lato In May
and the congressional convention In
Thero are almost n Bcoro of nspl
rants for tho democratic congression
al nomination and the contest prom
ises to bo a lively one.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reword
for any case ot catarrh that can not be.
cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. ClIUNIiy & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, havo known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, ond bellcvo
Mm perfectly houorable In all business
tiansactlons and financially nblo to carry
out any obligations mmlii by their firm.
WKST Jk TUUAX, Wholesale Draughts,
W.M.DINO, KINNAN J. MAItVIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
net In;; directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent frtf Price 75c per buttle. Hold by
Hall's Family I'll In are the best.
Dividing Wasco County.
Wasco county Is still ngltntlng tho
division question, which bobs up so
renely nt stated IntervnlH. The Idea
now is to cut tho county Into three
parts, creating Stockman county out
of tho Antelope district and cutting
off that part of old Wasco west of
Mosler. Thoso (sections are begin
It is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
"Just In the nick of tlmo our little
hoy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Wat
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu
monia had played sad havoc with him
and a terrible cough set in besides.
Doctors treated him, but ho grew
worse every day. At length we tried Inlng to spread their wings nnd lm
Dr. King's New , Discovery for Connglne they aro capable of mannglng
sumption, nnu our darling was saved, ttieir own nuairs. Tlio Danes
Ho is now sound and well." Every-' Chronicle
body ought to know it's the only 1
sure cure for coughs, colds and all
lung diseases. Guaranteed by Tall
nwin & Co., druggists. Prico GOc nnd
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
Tho United States sold Korea
about $1110,000 worth Inst year
SOFTNES8 OF 8EAL8KIN.
Ice Plant for Lewiston.
The establishment of an ice fac
tory and cold storage plant Is the
latest Industry to be added to the
city. The organization of a stock
company for this purpose was com
pleted yesterday and tho stock is
owned entirely by local capital. Tho
company will bo capitalized at $30
000 and It is the present intention to
havo the plant in operation by May
IS. Lewiston Tribune.
Jerrold Gaines of Jamestown, Kns.,
accidentally shot himself In tho
nock. His son started for a doctor
on horseback. Tho horse fell, break
ing the young man's back, killing
him Instantly. Tho father bled to
Illinleil hy Iluinuii Iliilr Where
DnuUrurr I Krilillmfril.
Beulskln Is ndmtred tho world over for
Its softness nnd Klosslness; nnd yet the
human hair Is cqunlly as soft and Blossy
who'll luuliliy; and tho radical causa of all
hair troubln Is dandruff, which Is caused
by a pestiferous parasite that saps tho
vitality of tho hair at Its root. Nowbro's
IJerplcldu Is tho only preparation that Is
fatal to tho dandruff germ. Without dan
druff thero Is no falling hnlr, but n lux
urlant growth of glossy, soft hair Is cer
tain. Beourlnp the scalp won't euro dan
druff. Kill tho dandruff germ. Thous
ands of women owe their beautiful suits
of hair to Newbro'a Herplclde. Hold by
leading- druggists. Send 10c. In stamps
to Tho Hcrplcido Co., Detroit, Mich,
F. W. Schmidt, special agent.
$3,000.00 8 room, 2, story, now J
house, and lot 50x100.
$1,200.00 G room, 114 story
$1,700.00 8 Room, 2 story Z
house. Until tub and toilet.
good cellar, woodshed, pump
and city water. Easy ternm.
$600.001 Vacant lot. Very
$2,000 7 room 2 story houso m
i rooms each 15x15, bath
room, rock collar 18x32, S
$250.001 vncnnt lot.
Despalu Building, Room 43,
Telephone Black 1161. X
BEST FOR THE
it ion liYin't i rcunlKr, lielllir.'noninl of lb
boorll eror il. voi'ro III tr will be. krip Tonl
KoBrMnefii, umlltfl wt'll. Hirrilil tho phftpfiof fc
rlit-lirioee'IUWloli,l ilueoi-roiin. Tli spoiHt.
mt.eAiInt, mt -lfi i-r t keying lb bewM
aot Bui '" '!
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
nnut. I'nlnlnM,'. IVtent Talo Oood. IfcOnM
.1-iT sicken. Weaken, vv Ullpe, If, 10. ml W
rer Ihii. Wrllo tor liee tumi'), ntl luokl w
fifiLMo mjiriir rn5inT, unr.o.r w Kit.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAtf
Not an ordinary nrtlclo, but
something extraordinary Is m
Olive Oil I
For medicinal uso as well (is
for salnds and tablo uso.
This is tho highest quality
and purest oil mndo.
Sold exclusively in Pondleton
I Despain & Clark
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in mind when yon
need poultry and stock supplies
nnd nsk for tho Internatlonnl
Poultry and Stock Food. Us
Kow Kuro for your cow trou
bles, C. F. Golesworthy
127 129 East Alta St.
Agent for Loo's Lloo Killer
Let us fill your
bin with ....
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most e onoinical fuel.
We aro prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply. We de
liver coal or wood to any,
part of the city,
MONEY The Root of All Evil
See how far a little of it will go at our Clearance Sale
rU,T GRANULate ' pER SACK $5.65
Inn. ATED SUGAR. rnr
"t NicKLCD, , "
ARAH'8 hob PER SETTLE $1.00
E,TZ TUBULAB . !l P'0tUre) 19x1B FR 190 '
UNTEV NTERN8 ' 60
WE WILL ALLOW ONE-THIRD OFF ON THE PRICE OF ALL
CUT GLASS, ALSO ON THE HAND-PAINTED FRENCH CHINA,
GOLD-PLATED VASES AND THE ROYAL BONN VASES. THESE
ARE BARGAINS YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE AGAIN AFTER THIS
6 BARS TOILET 80AP 25c
6 BARS OWL LAUNDRY SOAP 25c
6 SEMI-POCELAIN SOUP PLATES 50c
8EMI. PORCELAIN ' BUTTER DI8H 40c
THREE DOZEN CLOTHESPINS 6c
ALSO ONE-FOURTH OFF THE PRICE OF ALL VA8E LAMP8,
SALAD SETS, 8ALAD BOWL8 AND PAINTED GERMAN CHINA.
Our Premium Tickets Taken Only at Regular Prices
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