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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1904.
tew Fall Suits for Men
Nobody who Is anybody
would think of doing with
out a sack suit or two. It
is prcsontablo at almost
evory Informal occasion. A
correctly designed and prop
erly tailor.ed sack suit meets
the absolute requirements of
woll dressed men for busi
ness wear. Wo have suits
at $10.00, uottor ones at
$15.00, and still bettor sack
suits at $30.00, ready made,
but still correctly made.
Tailoring has much to do
with clothes. Your clothes
havo much to do with your
appearance. Wo are prepar
ed to show you magnificent
garments made by Crouso &
BranUegco, a grade of cloth
ing which is NOT EXCELXr
ED by high-class custom
tailors' art. Wo are lllus-
latlng hero our WAVASOTA, which will bo tho young men's favor-
j. You who are Interested In good clothes will find satisfaction
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta
Rader. Got Sunny.
Knox Hats, Roosevelt's.
no lor rent: inquire at this or
B0 ladles' Gloria shoes at Rooso-
Bglas and Hanan shoes at Roos-
ah fruits and vegetables at Haw-
; cream and Boda evory day at
hats, all the latest styles, seo
ermolons and musk melons.
Bros., tho grocers.
icrs get satisfaction at How-
formerly R es' cigar Btoro.
very latest In brown nud blue
list arrived. Tdutsch's.
be out sale of nil summer mil-
Kt Mrs, Rose Campbell's.
ISt George restaurant, open
1(1 night. Mrs. Cooper, propri-
sorgo hats, the latost. Just
Id at Toutsch's Department
your clothes cleaned and
Id at Joergcr's, 12G West Court
Isco wafers, all flavors, delic-
pid refreshing in milk, at Haw-
Rent Good room with bath.
locks from Main stre,et. Inquire
ERent The room formerly oc-
i by the Pantheon theater. Ap
1 Rudolph Martin.
Ibest $3.50 and ti shoes in tho
fare tho Wolkovor, sold uxclu-
In randloton by Alexander.
Susanvlllo Commercial Com-
with a capital stock of $250,000,
st boon organized at Susanvlllo, I
of our dlnnerwaro not full sots,
If pric.o with cash purchase of
try and glassware and lamp.
sight lamp free. Seo window
, Sale- -A modorn 7-room house
path and improvements; two lots,
awn aim trees, in good residence
very desirable homo. Ad-
U"L," caro East Orerconlnn.
nllty, not Quantity.
Get sunny. U C Rader.
Cash registers at Wltkpo's.
Fresh fruit daily at Martin's.
Big lino Stetson hats at Roosevelt'8.
Sole ngents for Walkover $3.50, $4
Wanted By man and wife, position
on farm. Inquire here.
For Rent Houses with or without
barns. Rlhorn & Nowlln.
Always satisfy customers; tho
Walkover shoes at Alexander's.
Have you seen our now line of baby
go-carts, tho folding style? Nolf's.
For Rent Two housekeeping rooms
with bath room, 51 (i Thompson street.
Thut always satisfactory make of
shoos, the Walkover, Is handled in
l'endl.oton exclusively by Alexander.
Government Spending $6,000,000 on
Under the direction of this govern
ment more than $0,000,000 is to be
expended In improving nnd beautify
ing the city of Manila.
Fimil arrangements for the expend
iture of this amount have just been
concluded between MaJ. J. F. Case,
engineer for tho city of Manila, who
has been In Washington In consulta
tion with Mr. Tnft, tho secretary of
war, and Clureneo Edwards, cblof of
the bureau of Insular affairs.
Work will begin Immediately on
a water works system to cost $4,000,-
ooo and n sewer system to cost $2,-
Major Case's plans for the water
und sewer systems of Manila have
been approved by D.osmond Fitzgerald
n urnnt nllthoHtv mi miinlplnnl nnchi.
em-lug, who recently returned from a ! -mnvance wmcn i nrcaicns io oup
Louis Procbstol of Weston, is in
Miss Essie Foss, of Athena, is vis
iting in Pendleton.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor returned from
Salem Saturday night.
Miss Harriott Thompson has re
turned homo from nn outing.
William Coffmnn and family have
returned from Lehman Springs.
E. J. Cooper, the well known Union
horseman, Is at the St. George.
R. E. Porter, the well known wood
dealer of Mcacham, Is In the .city
James Lehman, proprietor of Leh
man Springs, is in Pendleton today.
Dean Gehrkln of Athena, was in
Pendleton last night and went to
Echo this morning.
Wood Pasley, of tho Peoples Ware
house. Is confined to his bed on ac
count of sickness.
Mr., and Mrs. J. A. Carlson, of Ka
mela. havo returned from a two
weeks' outing at Long Bench.
Mrs. E. A. Hartman and Miss Flor
ence Hartman havo gone to Pendleton
for a few days. Oregon Dally Jour
Miss Lelta Plummer nnd Mrs. E. L
Dlbcll. who have been visiting M. A.
Rader, returned home to Waleott
Ind., this morning.
Mrs. Thomas Fitz Gerald and fam
ily returned last night from Lehman
Springs, where they havo been In
camp for the past seven weeks.
Ira Ramber, Industrial teacher at
the Indian school, left Saturday' eve
nlng for Spokane, the first point ho
will make during his five weeks' vacation.
Miss Marguerite Leisure, of Port
land. Is expected to arrive about Sep
tember 15 to spend the winter with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
F. H. Coffin Is In Pendleton from
Portland. Mr. Coffin formerly resld
ed at Weston, where he engaged In
the mercantile business. He is now
dealing in feedstuffs.
W. H. Donahue, of Portland, has
taken the position of stenographer In
the office of W. E. Davidson & Com
pany, mining brokers. Miss Boyd,
who hold the position, wns compelled
to resign on account of business af
fairs of a personal natuVe.
Mr. and Mrs. Burr Johnson return
ed from a summer outing Snlurday.
hey visited Mr! Johnson's ranch on
Cnmas Prairie and also spent some
time at Hldnway. Mrs. Fred Clark
and her month-old baby daughter,
who spent tho summer with them,
bus returned to her home at Ellens
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Draper, of Port
land passed through Pendleton this
morning on their way home from a
visit to the St. Louis fair and points
In Eastern Canada and the United
Stntes. Mr. Diaper is principal of
one of the Portland public schools.
He formerly resided In Pendleton
and taught for several years In the
schools of this county.
f atph Repairing
loos y ur watch or clock
3 repairing? Is time an im- J
;ant factor to you?
on't run the risk of having
r timepiece ruined. Bring
rices reasonable and all a
("be Progressive Jeweler.
72C Main Stroot. 2
trip to the Philippines.
Congress has mado it possible for
the Philippine government to Issue
sufficient bonds to construct tho wa
ter and sower systems, and work will
begin i Immediately. The bonds will
probably not be Issued beforo Jan. 1.
Mr. Burnbam, a Chicago landscape
architect will go to Manila In a short
tlmo to Inspect the city and will re
port plans for the beautlflcatlon of
the city, which Is to be accomplished
at a cost of $2,000,000 or more. Tlio
Tho esteros, or open waterways, nre
to be straightened nnd freed of all
sewago and parks are to bo laid out.
The walled city Is to bo preserved
and put In first-class sanitary condi
tion. Failure of American iron manufac
turers to lake any lntorest In work
In the Philippines Is a great surprise
to Major Case, who has been author
ized by Secretary Taft to visit Amer
ican stool manufacturers and lay be
foro thorn tho advantages of trado In
tho orient. German companies are
getting all the stool contracts In tho
Islands. The Ayala bridge, a gigantic
structure over tho Paslg river, is to
bo built by German contractors.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received
at tho office of tho undersigned until
Saturday at 4 p. m., September 10,
1004, for tho erection and completion
of a two-story framo residence for Dr.
D. J. McFaul. Plans and specifica
tions nt tho architects offlc.e, room 12
Judd building, Pendleton Ore. The
right Is reserved to reject any and
C. E. TROUTMAN,
A Weil-Dressed Man
IT IS FAIR TO ASSUME THAT YOU WANT TO BE WELL
DRESSED; MOST MEN DO. WELL DRESSED MEAN8: TO WEAR
CLOTHES THAT ARE CORRECT IN STYLE; THAT FIT; THAT ARE
MADE OF GOOD MATERIALS, AND TAILORED IN SUCH A WAY AS TO
KEEP THEIR SHAPE WHILE YOU WEAR THEM.
THAT'S ALL IT DOES MEAN. NO MATTER WHAT THEY COST;
NO MATTER WHO MAKES THEM; IF YOUR CLOTHES DON'T MEET
THOSE REQUIREMENTS, YOU'RE NOT WELL DRESSED.
OUR FALL STOCK IS NOW HERE FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
Suits $12.50 to $30
TO PLEASE YOUNG MEN AND OLD MEN.
GLAD TO SHOW THEM TO YOU.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
ed during tho season for pulling, it
is apt to leave its hair scattered upon
the scrub and brush. Furthermore,
whether pure or crossed, It Is more of
i sheep than a goat, Its skin being
ess than one-fourth as valuablo as
ordinary goatskins. This destroys
the value of the Angora in Mexico.
The ordinary goat, when slaugh
tered, yields four pounds of dried
meat nnd six pounds of refined tal,
low, which, together with tho skin,
aro worth hero In the home market,
In Mexican silver, $3.40 ($1.57 in
gold) tho four pounds of dried meat,
nt 20 cents, SO cents; the six pounds
of refined tallow, at 1C cents, 90
cents; tho cured skin, two pounds at
cents, $1.70. Tho original cost of
goats for breeding purposes 1b, on an
average, $2.50 a head In Mexican
silver ($1.10 In gold). The common
goat, well cared for, Is hardy and
well suited to the country. It breeds
four times iu three years. William
Headen, Consular Agent, Puobla,
Carpets and Rugs Cleaned by Steam
by New Company.
Wilkinson & Edmlnsten have open
ed a steam carpet laundry, where 4hey
will mako a specialty of cleaning
carpets and rugs of all descriptions.
Tho latest and most Improved ma
chinery has been purchased for the
business and everything will be first-
class. By the new process carpets
and rugs are thoroughly renovated.
All the dirt being removed and tho
article restored to Its natural color.
All goods will be called for and de
livered. Orders can bo left at 311
Court street. 'Phone, black 741.
Good Price for Ewes.
Mike Urbans has disposed of a band
of yearling owes at $2.1C a head to
bo delivered Octobor 1. Tho sheep
were purchased by H. Hunter, a No
ppen's famous Ice Cream caa again be obtalnod at the old fa-
Log Cabin Soda Fountain.
OEPPENS m .o
A. C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
plant Locomotive Stokers,
Automatic stokers for locomotives,
to luplace firemen, were tested and
reconlly reported on to the effect
that there Is a saving of not less than
7 per cent when using the Btoker, ns
compared with the work of a first-i-lasi
fireman, Bays the Chicago Trib
The saving was attributed to the
fuel that when using the stoker the
I'Oiil Is much more evenly distributed,
and, the furnace door remaining clos
(id fill the time, tho smoke is of a far
UghiLr color, indicating a much nior.o
t'.u.'ough consumption of gaBes.
Tho darkest shade of smoke is
l.iovrn, while most of tho emission
fiom the stack shows puro steam. Tho
use of tho stoker enables tho steam
pict-Biiro to be kept absolutely const,-
nt. This Is due to the regularity
with which the coal Is placed on the
urates, the evenness with which it i3
distributed, and also the fact that Iho
luinaco door Is not open, and hence
the furnace, is not cool.ed by the Inrii3h
With the coal conveyor iu service
the labor of raising the coal In the
hopper will be entirely dlspensod
with, and the work of tho fireman
becomes simply that of an .expert In
churge of an efficient machine.
In the ordinary typo of engines
there Is no necessity whatever for the
sjoker, as the fireman must bo there
anyway, and Ills work Is such that an
ordinary man can execute with ease;
but with the long fire-box type of en
gine, on u long run comparatively free
from grades, where the engine is
loaded to Its maximum capacity all
tho time, the automatic stoker should
be found most valuable, as a machine
will not tire, and consequently will .
enablo tho engine to carry maximum and nobody gai
pressure an tne time nnu get iun uen
elll of the tractlvo power of tho en
glue over a long, continuous trip,
PENDLETON HIGH SCHOOL, SEPTEMBER
PENDLETON ACADEMY, SEPTEMBER 20.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, SEPTEMBER 6.
WHERE TO BUY
School Supplies Is the Question.
everything In School
FRAZIER'S BOOK STORE carries
Books and School Supplies.
Old school books received In exchange or for cash,
see our line before you buy.
Book and Stationery Store
Notice to Contracters.
Sealed proposals will bo secured at
the office of the undersigned until
Thursday, September 15, 4 p. m. 1904,
or the John Schmidt building, accord
ing to the plans and specifications
now on file" In tho architect's offlco.
room 12, Judd building. All bids
must bo made on blanks furnished by
tho architect. A certified check of
$200 to accompany each bid, made
payable to John Schmidt and lo bo
forfeited to him In case successful
bidder falls to enter Into contract
with good and approved bond within
five days after being awarded tho
contract. The right Is reserved to re
ject any and all bids.
C. E. TROUTMAN,
MEXICAN GOAT RAISING.
American Consular Agent Tells of a
William Headen, consular agent at
Puubld, Moxico, sends the following
Interesting Ipttor to the department
of commerce and labor on "Goat Rais
ing iu Old Mexico":
Tho ordinary domestic goat, so
well known in tho United States, is
tho species raised throughout Mexico.
It Is valued for its polt, its tallow and
Us flesh, both fresh nnd dried. As
yot no use has been made of either
horns tor hoofs. In. th'o vicinity of
Suu.X,uls Fotosl the entrails have
boon.'' spun,' Into long ' strings of so
called .catgut, and the finer and moro
deltcntp strings, have been" profitably
oxported by mall in small parcels, to
Chicago nnd Now York.
Tho Angora brood is not appreciat
ed iu Moxico, though it finds favor lu
Western Texas, noar the Mexican bor
der, if of puro blood and if neglect-
Millions of dollars a year are
lost by not using Schilling's
biMnf -powder p'cel
flavoring extracU oda
nc by using
anything else instead.
Your grxt'; mQiiybck.
Wo ore moving our stock Into our now room, whore wo will
bo In hotter position to display our splendid lino of now goods.
Our rulo has always been to sell lower than competitors, and wo
will continue tho policy. In moving wo find wo have some odds and
ondB of various different lln.es which wo will sell at cost nnd bolow
In order to clean up our stock.
In our now store will bo found n largo, bright, fresh assort
ment of furniture, mattresses, springs, couches and rockors, chairs,
WE WANT YOUR STOVE TRADE, and can furnish you with a
better nnd more satisfactory heating or cook stovo than any storo
lu Pendleton. Como in and bo tho Judge.
A carload of new goods just In.
20 Court Street
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread is
assured when Dyers' Beat Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, steam roll
ed barley always on hand. rl, n M
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYER3, Prop. r
Frederick Nolf & Co. :
Ono lot, C5c, 75c, 85c, 08c and
$1.10 purses, choice 48c.
Ono lot 35c 45c and 50c
.purses, cholco,22c j?'
flnn In pint liXfitnim1 ImnVa
One lot fancy decorated crepe
papor, sold regular at 25c, now
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
When you call for a TRIUMPH.! ETI YNN
GET IT. Don't accept a substitute. 1 1 u i
nm i ii i yu 1
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