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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCK 15, 1904.
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A TRADE MARK.
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Gordon Dye Hosiery
ur rAN NOT SPEAK TOO HIGHLY OF THIS BRAND OF
v NO LINE MANUFACTURED TODAY HAS THE
H SSlON THE GORDEN DYE HAS, AND NO LINE GIVES
"nru EXTRAORDINARY SERVICE FOR THE MONEY. WE
S.5p THEM FOR MEN AT 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c; FOR WO
Jen at 15C 20C 25c, 35c AND 50c; FOR CHILDREN AT 2 FOR
55c AND 25c.
If THE CHILDREN'S HOSE YOU HAVE BEEN BUYING DO
J .VE SATISFACTION, TRY A PAIR OF OUR GORDON
ME HERCULES HOSE, 25c PER PAIR. NONE WEAR BETTER.
A. Z. Adams, of Milton, spent the
day In the city on business.
Rev. W. L. Vnn Nuys, will return
to his homo In La Grande, this eve
ning. W. H. Boyd, one of Echo's promi
nent merchants, Is a business visitor
Mrs. C. L. Roadruck, or Stokes,
was the guest of friends in the city
Douglas Holts, of Pilot Hock, was
a Pendleton visitor today for a short
time on business.
S. F. Moor, of Adams, visited
friends and transacted business In
the city yesterday.
Charles Bartholomew of Echo, is
in the -fclty today on. business con
nected with the cannery.
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
His business dies.
Ills business thrives.
U c Rader Get Sunny.
Welnhard's beer nt The Mint.
Shamrocks for St. Patrick's day.
Bier & Daley.
A guaranteed tennis ball, 30c.
jfolfs sporting goods store.
Several loads of cinders for tho
tiding, at the Domestic Laundry.
Uiu Dickers, instructor In muBic,
it Bier Piano House, Court street.
A tve or six-room modern house
Is wHled to rent. See classified col-
Ladles' tailor-made suits, reduced
prices, at Alexander Department
Suite of rooms, with
board, suitable for two
New line of summer dress goods.
from 5c yard upwards, at Alexander
I handle the celebrated Holt com
bined harvester, and have any slzo
from an eight-foot to 3G-foot cut.
Either for horse power or engine
power E. J,. Smith, 311 Court St.
Fresh garden, field and flower
seeds In bulk and packages. All
this season's stock and sure to pro
duce. Our seeds are suitable to this
UmMe. C. Kahrman, Court street.
1 hue sold a great many Holt
combined harvesters lu this and sur
rounding counties, and the fact that
bae never had a dlssatlshed buyer
or trouble with any customer, proves
that the Holt is the machine to buy
and that the public Is fally dealt
with. E. L. Smith, 311 Court street.
$1.25 hats at the Boston.
Got Sunny. TJ C Rador.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
New spring shirts, The Boston.
Pure Wolnnard's beer nt Tho Mint.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
ton. New line men's sweaters. The
Douglas nnd Hunan shoes. The
Dine at the St. George. Everything
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ird's, formerly Rees' clga. store.
Wnnted Girl to do general
housework. Inquire at this office.
New lino linen and bond tablets,
blank books, inks and office supplies.
You want to see E. L. Smith for
information regarding tho little Holt
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joorger's, 12C West
Full stock of extras for Holt har
vesters on hand nt E. L. Smith's, 311
Teutsch Is offering 97 hats, brokon
lines, regulur $3 and $3.G0 values, to
close at $2.00.
U7 hats, correct shapes, broken
sizes, regular $3 and $3.50; to close,
$2.00. At Teutsch's.
Ladles' and children's shoes,
prices tho lowest in the city, at Alex
ander's Department Store.
. A line high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
113 care East Oregonlan.
Men'i I.ats cleaned and b,ocked;
clothes cleaned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys 222 East Court street.
Wnnted Cattle to take with our
herd to pasture In tho mountains.
Terms very reasonable. Call on or
address Maple Bros., Court street.
For Rent Suite of rooms In East
Oregonlan building. Steam heated.
Hot und cold water and bath room
on same lloor. Call nt East Oregonlan
I have the machine that pleases
the farmers. Time and trial have
nrovon the worth of the Holt com
hlned harvester, and it has been
demonstrated to be the most success
ful made. E. L. Smith, 311 Court
W. & C. R. Paid Up Promptly O. R.
& N. Has Not Yet Paid Its Taxes.
Today was the last day upon which
tho taxpayers could secure the three
per cent rebate by paying their taxes
and In spite of that fnct, tho office
business was not what It has been
for some days. The clerks In tho
sheriff's office were kept busy, but
not rushed, as has been the case lor
eral days past.
rite W. & C. R. decided to take ad
vantage of the rebate clause, and
has therefore paid Its taxes, amount
Inc to approximately $0,000 for this
county, thereby getting the rebate of
$180 for prompt payment.
The O. R. & N. evidently is ncn.
for the rebate of about $1,400 which
It could have saved by paying nt tills
time has been disregarded. Its taxes
In this county amount to about $47,
000, which would bring the rebate to
$1,410. It Is thought that the com
nanv will nay half of Its taxes In a
short time, and the rest later lu the
Sm. y " he wr time. Our
urn regulate, the schools, the
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: 4 "ogresslve Jeweler
726 Main Street
Letters of Adoption Issued.
James W. Mulr nnd wife of Milton,
have filed a petition In the county
court asking to be allowed to adopt
Fav Elizabeth Anderson, tne nve
weeks' old daughter of Curtis S
Anderson of Milton. The mother of
tho child is dead, and the petitioners
wish to take the child, give it their
name and raise It as their own. The
petition was granted, and the name
ordered to be changed to Kay Eliza
John B. Stetson Hats for v3.50.
For three days, commencing Mon
day, March 14, and ending Wednes
day. March 16. we will sell John B,
Stetson's $4.50 and $G hats for $3.50.
We want you to come In our store
nnd offer this unusually low price
for that purpose. These are not old
stylo hats, but every one guaranteed
to be this spring's style. Sullivan &
Bond want your trade.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONC DAY,
TnkA TniniUr Ilroino Quinine Tableta.
All UniKclHtB refund tu money If It falU
io cure. I- wucn ..............
each box. 25c.
a Spring Tonic and Blood Purifier Is Sassafras Bark Tea.
'"ommends It for rh i.
rheumatism and cutaneous
yu vvmt a
-.-pound packaoe; 25c pound
very select SASSAFRAS BARK.
The Popular Price
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
LAST DAY FOR REBATE.
"MURRAY & MACK" WAS GOOD.
Walla Walla Union Commends the
Comedy Company to Be at the Fra
om. Wolio Wnlln TTnlmi Hnnnklnc
of the performance of the "Murray
& Mack" Company, nt that oily last
" 'Murray & fliacu urew a guuu
house last night in A Night on Broad
way,' and the audience was not uih-
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the delnyed O. R. & N. train, and the
show was late In beginning, but from
the starte It was brisk, and there was
no cause tor complaint.
"The close or me nrsi uci. im- -uu-fettl
carnival, made a hit lu Its un
usual scenic effect. The costumes
were elegant, and the work through
out was of the best."
JUDGMENT AGAINST BANK.
Suit Was Brought by a Depositor to
a i,,,i,r,r,t.,it wna rendered yester-
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.in.. ( ttin flrnt nr the cases brought
by the firm of Bullcray & McCourt
against the First National uanh. n
nf Susie Marine
against the bank, who alleged that
she had deposited $1,019 with the
bank April a, 1902, the repayment of
which had been retused iter uy wo
bank when asked for.
The case came up for trial yester
day, and the defendant failed to ap
pear, upon which tho court entered n
decree of default and ordered that
.i. i.i. nv tn tin. til a lilt I tT the
amount asked for, together with $16..
20, the costs ol tne acnuii. mo
judgment was satisfied this morning.
STOLEN PROPERTY FOUND.
August Kupers of Helix, Locates His
Missing Tools Under William is
a.,.,o, ir.ii.oi'c nf.iiiOlx. was In the
city today, and said that the tools
stolen from him some days ago, had
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Alspach, the man who was arresteu
In Helix saturaay, lor
through a house belonging to H. B.
The tools conslsteu oi urace unu
bits, chisels and nippers. A rubber
i. miiB wna also taken, all of
which have been recovered.
NEW FUEL DEALER.
WE WOULD BE MORE THAN PLEASED TO HAVE YOU
CALL AND SEE THE MILLINERY THAT OUR MRS. CLARKE
BOUGHT WHILE IN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. WITH THIS
ASSURANCE THAT EVERYTHING HERE SHOWN IS NEW,
BOUGHT FROM THE FASHION CENTERS OF THIS BROAD
LAND AND AT PRICES TO YOU THAT WILL HAVE THE
CHARM OF NOVELTY. OUR MILLINERY IS SOLD AT DRY
GOODS PROFITS. COME AND iEE FOR YOURSELF.
NEW CORSETS. NEW HOSIERY.
The Royal Worcester kind, Tho lntostt In omhroldory of.
. fects and lnco work, nnd tho
NEW GINGHAMS. best 2Go hose on earth.
French ginghams. Scotch NEW NECKWEAR.,
ginghams, mercerized ging
hams, In tho newest designs; Tho only assortment of nov
10,000 ynrds apron checks nt elty neckwear In town. You'll
5c per yard. sn' so- whou you soo It.
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Two Releases Endorsed and a Trus
Tho meeting of the presbytery wns
held last night nnd a majority of the
members were in attendance.
Rev. J. W. Adams was released
from the pastorate of the church at
Milton. Mr. Adams has been with
the church for some time, but has de
cided to rest for a time, and there
fore sought a release from the pres
bytery, which was granted. He has
not ns yet decided where he will lo
cate. The release of Rev. W. h. Van
Nuys from the church nt La firando
In order that he might accept the
call of the Pendleton church was
given, though the people at I .a
Grande were very sorry to lose their
'pastor, and made every effort to
change him from his decision to
come to this city. Rev. S. C. Elder
was selected to make the announce
ment of the release of Mr. Van Nuys
at the La Grande church next Sun
day. The resignation of T. C Taylor as
a trustee of Pendleton academy was
accepted, and Bert Hurfmnn was
elected to fill the vacancy.
Tho next meeting of the presby
tery wnB set for the first pnrt of
April, In Baker City, tho exact date
not having as yet been determined
Rev. Van Nuys In Town.
Rev. W. I.. Van Nuys of I.n Grande,
is the guest or friends here for a few
days. Mr. Van Nuys haB accepted
the call to the church of this city,
and Is making arrangements to move
here with his family. He will take
charge of tho Presbyterian church
about tho first of April.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
Schilling's Best pepper is
better than pure ; it is' the
finest of pure; we have to get
rid of rejected pure. We
get a peculiar flavor as well as
Your grocer's; money back.
L. W. McAdams Has Bought Out P.
P. Collier, on Main.
Ij. W. McAdams, who recently
, ii.ic fliv from TexuB. has
bought the wood nnd coal business
of P. P. Collier, on Main street, and
will conduct It in me nuuie. .....
McAdams Is an old hardware man.
but wishing to remain In this city,
and seeing no opening in his lavorito
line, he purchased the Collier wood
yard and coal business.
SUIT TO RECOVER.
First National Bank Is Analn Made a
Joseph Mack today filed a bull in
tho circuit court against the Hrst
National Bank of Pendleton. The
plaintiff alleged that on Oct 31 1902.
he deposited $1,000 wl h t 'bannK.'
which It was to loan for him, and
that they failed to loan the money,
or to return It to him on demand,
Balloray & McCourt aro attorneys
for tho plaintiff.
Delayed by Late Train.
Rov. J. W. AdnmB of Milton, Is hero
for a short visit. Mr Adams wnH
BChedulod to meet with tho presby
tory last night, being ono of tho mom
bors of tliat body, but was delayed
uy tho lute train and did not reach
town until nftor tho mooting had ad
Mrs-. Annlo Liggett, a ploneor of
Corvnllls, dlod Monday, aged 05.
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
LADIES OF PENDLETON
THE DISPLAY OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY WE
HAVE IS WINNING THE ADMIRATION OF ALL WHO HAVE
SEEN IT. WE HAVE THE BRIGHTEST IDE3 OF THE FASH
ION CENTERS. ALL THE NEW, LOVELY CREATIONS OF MIL
THE STYLES FOR THIS SEASON ARE WORKS OF ART,
AND ARE RARE BEAUTIES.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO PAY US A VI8IT AND
EXAMINE OUR SHOWING.
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
HAVE YOU TRIED THE
Gold Leaf Brand
Spites, Teas, Uxtractu, Baking Powder. If not, get a packago from
your grocery and If It Is not entirely satisfactory, rutun, and got
your money back. Our Gold Loaf specialties aro absolutely puro
and tho best goods obtainable, InslBt upon gutting tho "Gold Lear
Brand." Ask your grocer for Gold Leaf.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Good Tools, Lighter Labor
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOL6 IF YOU GET THEM OF U8.
CARPENTER TOOLS, "rV f'
BUILDING TOOL8, '
- BUILDING HARDWARE.
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING.
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co,
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer Is desired, Welnhard's al
ways -fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Welnhard's
beer Is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined.
Peter Mendernaoh Is distributor for Pendleton and It will al
ways be found on tap at his saloon, Full supply kept In cold storage.
alogae of them.
Write the East Ore
Konian for a free cat-
A full supply always kept In stock.