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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON; OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1001.
HAVE YOU TRIED
WO LAHOE PACKAGES FOIt 250. BETTER THAN ANY
otjiihi "iinnAKPAsr food, ron sam orav mr
211-210 COUNT STREET.
(Wilt Soon llo In Our Now ItulltlltiR.)
U C nailer. Get Sunny.
Cash registers at Wlthee's.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Douglas and Hanan shoes at Roob-
Ice cream and soda every day at
Uit day of the suit Bale. Saturday,
September 21, at Lee Teutscirs.
Smokers get satisfaction nt How.
rd's, formerly Rees' cigar store.
For Sale Two hundred cords four,
foot, dry Cottonwood. S. M. Richard,
The St. George restaurant, open
jay and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri
Get your clothes cleaned and
'pressed at Joerger's, 120 West Court
Wanted To buy 10 good milch
cows. Address box 3!S, Pendleton,
Wanted Second-hand wagon
Fcales. See H. It. Ochiltree, W. & C,
For Ilent Good room with bath,
two blocks from Main street. Inquire
at E. O. office.
See the swell winter styles In
suits Saturday. September 24, nt
Teutsch's store. ,
For Sale Right heart of fresh
milch cows. Inquire 010 West Wal
nut stree, or 'phone red 204.
Wanted School girl to ussist with
housework. Good homo for right
elrl. Address "Z" this office.
wanted To rent a modern house
of 6 or 7 rooms, centrally located or
north of river. Address T. C. W.,
Saturday. September 21 Is the tiny
we will slum' a traveling salesman's
entire line of sample suits, coats,
jKets and rain conts. lie suro mid
can. I.ee Teutsch.
Furnished Itooms for Kent Klco-
inc lights, steam heut, free baths;
Hlces reasonable. 012 Willow street,
two blocks west of Main, between
and Webb. 'I'lione black 1433.
Just received the finest and largest
assortment lot of stoneware over
brought to Pendleton. We will sell
inn high grnde ns low as others soil
Z?P Bratles- Eve,y Jar guaran
teed C. Itohrmun.
Quality, not Quantity.
j Watch Repairing j
"u" fow watch or clonk
; Portant factor to you?
! Hto VS P 6 rl"nea- Ur,ne
w'-" reasnable and all
, work suaranteed.
T1,e PfOffrossIvo Jowoler.
, 728 Main Street.
det Sunny. U C Rader.
New Knox hats, Roosevelt's.
Big line. Stetson hats at Roosevelt's.
Piano for rent; Inquire at this of
fice. $3.60 ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose
velt's. For Rout Houses with or without
burns. Rlhorn & Nowlln.
Japanese cook wants a Job. Wages
$30 per month. Address P. O. box 34.
Try the Sll-Kld J3.H0 shoe for wo
men at Teutsch's. A regular $5,00
"The Gordon Elopement," another
late book today. Nolf's school supply
Hut four voters have registered
since the county registration books
were opened, September 20.
A force of Japanese is engaged in
htylng new ties and making other
truck repairs in the yards of the O.
It. & N.
For Sale About D00 tons of alfalfa
and grain hay on Ilutter creek. Also
good alfalfa pasture; feuding corrals
ready for use. A. J. Davis, Echo, Or.
Women's :iuli Klccts Dclcati's.
The Women's Club of this place,
mut with Mrs. Mury A. Dlsoswuy, at
her home on Water street, for the
purpose of electing delegates to the
State Federation of Women's Clubs
at linker City, which meets October
12, 13 and 14. The delegates chosen
were Mrs. Dlsoswuy and Mrs. E. T.
From Irrigation .Meeting.
Charles Wllklns returned this
morning from the meeting of the state
Irrigation Association at Ontario, and
expresses himself us being well pleas
ed with the result of the meeting. He
was the only Unintllla county delegate
who attended the entire convention,
lie went to Ontario last Saturday and
attended every session of the meeting.
Hnkersfleld, Cal Sept. 22. James
Hemphill, a Southern Pacific brake
ninn, was murdered last night n few
miles ubove Cullente, presumably by
trumps he was eniteavorlng to eject
from the train. Ills body was found
Sunday School (.'nuwutlnu.
The district convention ot the
County Sunday School, Association
will be held at Pilot Rock tomorrow
beginning at 2. p. m. Those attend
ing from Pendleton will be Mrs. S. A.
Lowell, ltev. tl. L. Hall and L. E.
Special Salo Tomorrow.
The Peoples Warehouse announces
u special sale In millinery for Friday
and Saturday. The sale commences
at S o'clock tomorrow morning with
ouo-fourth off regular prices.
THE PEOPLES WAUEHOUHH.
.Charles Quick In California.
Charles Quick, who left Pendleton
In January, 1(102, after being employ
ed for several years by the O. It. &
N. here. Is now working In the car
epalrliiK shops at Dunsniulr, Cub, for
the Southern Pacific.
IiiiMii'tniit to Ladles.
Millinery sale, commencing tomor
row at 8 o'clook, 2ii per cent reduction
for two days, Friday and Saturday.
THK PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
J. W. Klmbrell Is nt Echo doing
surveying for private parties.
H. E. Lniitz Is In the mountains
buying wood for the winter trade.
It. E. Collier, deputy district attor
ney, wont to Milton this morning on
Miss Grace Oliver left for Snlem
this morning, where she will enter
Mrs. Marshall Wyrlck, who has
been seriously 111 at St. Anthony's
hospital, is recovering.
William Armstrong was sentenced
to three days In the city Jail this
morning for drunkenness.
George Wilson and Ellis rniihlp-
duy arrived last night and will seek
'situations on stock ranches.
D. n. rilchurdson. of Helix. leaves
tonight for Nez Perce, to attend, to
business for n week or 10 days.
Robert Walker, of Helix, is re
moving to Grass Valley, Sherman
county, where he will reside In future.
O. C. Gallnher. of Athpnn. ia In
town today. His wheat yielded 30
bushels per ncre and Is of oxrellnnt
W. M Blnkelev went to TCnstlhnri
this morning to look after putting In
his fall crops. He will this fall sow
about 300 acres of wheat.
Arvllle Gllmore and fomllv left nn
the morning train westbound, and
will spend the winter In Wasco and
perhaps locate In that place.
Charles L. Plnkerton has Rlcneri n
contract to tench In District No. 30,
near Weston. Miss Minnie Lee will
tench In District No. on. which Is also
D. A. Collins, the horseman, went
to Echo this morning. Mr, Collins
expects to sell at least one of the
blooded stallions he brought here
from St. Louis.
Miss Elsie Wnchter left this morn
ing for Walla Walbi, after a visit of
several weeks with her sister, Mrs. E.
T. McMillan, a recent arrival from
Keokuk county, Iowu.
A. F. Elrath went to Portlnnd this
morning expecting to be absent for a
month or more. Mr. Elrath Is Inter
ested lu certain brick building con
tracts In that neighborhood.
C. E. Gibson left this morning for
The Dalles. He has been laid up for
some time nt the home of his sister.
Mrs. Anderson, lu the western part of
town, with n severe attack of rheu
matism. County School Superintendent F. K.
Welles this morning received word
from his uncle, William A. Welles, of
the state line, that he had disposed
of a 240-acre ranch. T,he purchase
prise Is not known.
W, Johnston, a Walla AVnlla ,inan,
was lu town yesterday and today,
taking his first inspection of the
place. He was highly pleased with
the hustle and abounding evidences
of business prosperity.
Sam, Frank nnd Muble Howard, (Jie
well .known vaudeville team which
delighted Pendleton audiences during
the season Just past, were passengers
on the westbound 0. R. & N. train
for Portland Inst night. They have
Just completed a two months' engage
ment nt Poise City.
Miss Winnie Prlvett will return
from Walla Walln this evening ac
companied by her friend. Miss Lizzie
Coyle, of Walla Walla. Both attend
ed the wedding a few days ago at
Walla Walla of Miss Hazel Jayoox,
wlio was married to Hoscoe Drum
heller, son of a wealthy farmer of
Mason Wnrnock nnd wife, of
Clackamas county, arrived hist night
and are the guests of Mr. WnrnocK's
nephew, County Recorder Folsom,
After being here for some days they
will go to Sprague, Wash,, to visit
Mr. Folsom's mother and brothers.
Mr. Wnrnock and Mr. Folsom had not
met In 20 years until this morning.
Earl Smlthson left this morning for
Coos Hay, where he will be employed
In a new cannery. Mr. Smlthson's
boyhood wus spent largely on the cod
fishing boats along the New England
coast, and he returns to the trade he
first learned, after being a sheep
herder, mill hand, coal miner and
ditch tender in Colorado Irrigated dis
WILL VISIT PENDLETON.
For 51 years George Snipes has re
sided on the farm below the Dalles
whloh ho now occupies. He arrived
here on September 1G, 1853, and Is
the oldest settler now In the country.
'ivorlto lloc'r u!nma Ico Cream can again bo obtained nt tlio old f
.... B,j,m fountain,
The Popular Price
A ' KOEPPEN & imOTIIERS.
W. A. Barker, lti'iri'M'ntatlo of' a
Large Clonk House, to Be at
W. A. Darker, a representative of
one of the largest suit and cloak
manufacturing establishments of the
country, will be In Pendleton Satur
day when he will place on dlspluy at
Loo' Teutsch's department store a
complete collection of all the new and
fashionable suits, cloaks and Jackots.
This will give the ladles ot Pendle
ton an opportunity to select a putt to
their liking nnd having It made to
their Individual measurements at a
price that Is no higher than regular
stock articles cost.
Mr. Raker will be In Pendleton for
one day only and the ladles should
not let this opportunity go by ns It
will give them a chance to study the
very latest and choicest Ideas of this
Spokane Will Hold an Jnliuul Empire
Conwntloii on October 5.
Secretnry J. F. Robinson, of the
Commercial Association, has recplvod
a circular letter from the Spokane
Chamber of Commerce, calling an Ir
rigation convention for the Inland
Empire, to moot at Spokano on Oc
tober 5, nnd inviting Pendleton Com
merclul Association to send dele
gates. The convention Is callod for the
nurnoso of stimulating Interest In the
subject of Irrigation lu Eastern Wash
ington uud Orogou.
WE WANT TO SHOW EVERY W.O.MAN WANTING SHOES OUlt NEW FLEXIBLE WELT
SHOES AT 53,00 AND $3.50 A PAIR. LACE AND ni.LCHF.lt PATTERNS, AND IN ALL SILVPES,
LASTS AND WIDTHS. '
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Walla Walla Hrlde anil Groom. v
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Albert Lauudagln,
of Waltsburg, nre In Pendleton this
afternoon on their way home. Mr.
and Mrs. Luund.igln were married
yesterday at Union, the home of the
,brlde Mrs. Lnundugln wns former
ly Miss Margaret Ficklln. Mr. and
iMrs. Lnundugln are accompanied by
Rev. B. 'A. Hrlggs, Mr. Laundngln's
brother-in-law, who performed the
mnrrljigiv ceremony. Mr. Lauudagln
is rt prominent young farmer of Walla
Walla county. He will depart for
home. this afternoon.
Walter Frnzlor lleturni'il.
Walter Frazler, after nn absence of
two nnd a half years, has .returned
and will be night operator nt Umatilla
for the O. R. & N. During most of
the time he has been away he was In
the employ of the Southern Pacific
at Dunsmulr and Slsson, Cal., but re
turns to Pendleton from Salt Lake.
His wife will return with him.
Will Write Pendleton.
Rev. Arthur Cushlng Dill, of Nlag
ara Falls, N. y Is in town gathering
material for a write-up ot the place
and county for the Huffalo, N. Y pa
pers. Mr. Dill Is touring the AVest
with his wife, and Is a friend of A
L. Craig, general pasenger agent ot
the O. R. & N. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dill
will go west tomorrow. Mr. Dill Is
nn uble descriptive writer.
The tent meetings of the United
Evangellcnl church on the north side
near Jackson street, have opened very
auspiciously. A fair congregation
gathered last evening In spite of the
rain. Rev. C. T. Hurd will preach
this evening, again, nt 7;45. You are
O SPICES, o
Absolute Purify. Finest Flavor,
Grtatert Sf itnf h, fleMoro.ble Prices.
rmnvt Akin nnrftnM
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All nlze Jars, crocks, Jugs, churns,
We will make the price satisfac
tory. Soo us.
DESPAIN & CLARK.
School Supplies of
No matter uhnt school your .children attend mo liavo tlio cor
rect books and tablets.
Wo carry everything In school books and supplies. Our stock
is the best and prices tlio lowest.
Parents need have no hesitancy lu sending their children to our
store for books, us they will receive us careful attention uud bo
hIvcii the same fair treatment M If joii called In person.
Old school books received lu exchange or for casll,
Book and Stationery Store
PORT WINE TONIC
Port WIiiiv Iron and Oregon Crnpo Root.
The demand for a gentle and effective tonic to stlmulato and recup
erate the debilitated system, has Induced THE lOREQON WINE &
LIQUOR CO. to place on the market the Port Wlno Tonic, assuring their
patrons that It wilt speedily tone up the system of persons suffering from
all forms of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility or Malarial com
plaints to which people of nil parts of the country aro subjected. It con
tulns no poisonous Ingredients and can be taken by the weakest persons
with the best results. As a strengthening tonic nnd appetizer It has no
Prepaied with the greatest care. The principal parts aro composed
of Selected Oregon Grape Root. Iron nnd our Famous Cucamonga (14-yeur-old)
Port Wine Is acknowledged by physicians today to be more strength
ening than meat. Oregon Grape Root Is noted for Its blood-glvlng and
purifying qualities, while the Iron rebuilds and tones up the entlro system.
The result Is a remedy unequaled for general medicinal purposes and a
beverage pleasing to the taste.
Prepared and bot'Jed under our personal supervision and guaranteed
exactly as represented.
Ask your druggist or grocer for It, nnd take no other.
DIRECTIONS From three to four wine glasses each day.
In Jugs Only Full quarts, 75c; Half gallon, $1,25; Gullon, $2.25.
OREGON WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Bowman Building, Main Street, Near Depot. '
Sewing .Machines Must Go
Closing out Mile of ull machines on hand,
GO NEW AND SECOND-HAND MACHINES.
Of all makes and descriptions. Having decided to discontinue hand-
2 Hug sewing inuchlnes, I will close out all machines at less than fac
Drop Head Singer machines, (us good us now) $25.00
Drop Head Now Home, new , $33.00
Other machines vtuiTuufcd lo sew properly uud give satisfaction, i
for $5.00 uud ui).
CARPETS FURNITURE STOVES.
ELATERITE IS MINERAL RUBBER
We properly tompor it for each particular climate. Then, upon a
Jute canvass we build up a fire, water and acid proof roofing material,
with a ground mica surface and a wool felt paper dry sheet or backing.
We'll lay the goods, or you can. If you have to uso a roof, wo can
tell you some mighty Interesting things. Thoy will provent your pocket
book from shriveling up. Write us.
The Elaterite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, Orego