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Suits and Skirts
We nro now showing several new
styles in suits 'for misses ana ladles
nt $12.50 to $15.00, that are extra
values. Worth fully $G.OO more. For
,a few days only will these great Bar
NEW SKIRTS RY EXPRESS.
Over BO new ones Just received.
They are. the kind that shed water,
and they are cheap, too; only SG.00
and 90.50. All sizes. Alterations
free. Perfect fit guaranteed.
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
0 c nader. Get Sunny.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Sew Knox hats, Roosevelt's.
Ills line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's.
H.60 ladles' Gloria shoes at Roose-
Ice cream and soda every nay ui
I tie Delta.
For Rent Store 25x10 feet, cn-
aire of Chris Ranley.
Smokers got satisfaction ni wow-
ui'i, formerly itees- cigar smic
Pouglas and Ilanan shoes at Roos-
Ladles, don't miss the kid glove
tale at Teutsch's 'Wednesday, October
Pianola foi alc for $200. Practi
cally nfv and in first-class condition.
Address Hast Oregonlan,
Xew electric chandeliers ' are in.
Fifteen different styles to choose
from. See our new patterns and get
cur prices. J. L. Vaughn.
Kirkrmm & Glott. with a good or
chestra, will give the first of a series
of dance- riimmenclng Saturday. Oc
tober v In Armory hull. Admission
50c Th.' hall will be put In good
Just received the finest and largest
assortment lot of stoneware ever
brought to Pendleton. We will sell
this high gride as low as others sell
cheaper grades. Every Jar guaran
teed. C Itohrman.
Jewelry, cut glass, sllverwuri-,
umbrellas and many other arti-
ties are now In muck.
, We will consider it a favor to
J ,hw' vuu the goods, y oii-s for
Hie Progressive Jonelcr.
J, 6 Main Street.
Get Sunny. TJ C Rader.
Cash registers at Wlthee's.
Piano for rent; inquire at this of
fice. Japanese cook wants a Job. Wages
J3fi per month. Address P. O. box 34.
Children's coats from J3.00 to 8.50
at Tjee Teutsch's store, Main and
The St. George restaurant, open
day and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri
etress. New pillow tops, new stamped lin
ens nnd new waist puMprns at Mrs.
Best quality nickel plated Roches
ter lamps, J2.4i. Nulf's housefurn
Good Japanese boy wants situation
as cook In boarding house. Address
J., this office.
Enlarging and framing pictures.
Work guaranteed. Western Art Co.,
304 Court street.
Rotins fur Kent Newly furnished
rooms, .with or without board; close
In. Inquire here.
Wanted Work nt cooking or
housework, by single woman. Call
ut 301 South Main.
A good fellow will lavish "smiles"
when he would not think of giving a
hungry mnn a sandwich.
A good bargain. A six-room house
and one lot, J.B00. Terms J2fi per
mouth. 12. T. Wnilo & Son.
lllg special said on ladles' kid
gloves AVednosday, October E, nt
Teutsch's Department Store.
For nile Desirable property cor
ner College and Alta. .The old Lee
residence. Call on L. H. Lee.
Just received at the Campbell mlll-liiLi-y
store, a line of ladles' tailored
suits und waists, exclusive styles.
W. S. Williams has bought the
Missouri blacksmith shop of Tom
Hansen, and took possession yester
day. Lost Heavily marked male fox
terrier; tail docked, but long. Re
ward paid If returned to John Dyer,
at Domestic Laundry.
For Sale House nnd lot, house
nearly new. with city water, and
with bath complete, 'inquire of J. T.
Iirown, 211 Lincoln street.
Chllson, of Uklah, Is in town
returned last night
Recovering Speech and Hearing,
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I commenced
using your Cream Balm about two
years ago for catarrh. My voice was
somewhat thick and my hearing wns
dull. My hearing 1ms been fully re
stored and my speech has became
quite clear. I am a teacher In our
L. G. BROWN, Granger, O.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at GO
cents, or mailed by Ely Brothers, 6,0
Warren street, Now York.
Superior To All Others
For Soups, Stttcei,
Secure a Set of the
Famous Cudahy A-X Silver
Plated Bouillon Spoons
OUU hj Wm.jL, Rtf.t,, TU lira UlKnaJU)
Do not confuse these splendid spoons
with ordinary offers. The Cudahy
Spoons are made In the latest design,
rench Gray Einish, are heavier than
triple silver plate and free from ad
vertising. How To Secure These Spoons
Fnr ffirK aw.. i i i i i
itJ?5 B"ncl Bef bP Ufm a ? oz- or ,are sized jar
,uPtocoe,coe' Extract, and ten cents in silver or
rtfcihV:,. ,mailJn8i and mention this publication.
Fit.... . A, V PACKimi-
South OraaliB, Neb,
-rus can oe seen at
D. C. Brownoll went to Kclio this
Miss Gussie Wilson went tn Athmm
Deputy Assessor B. B. Hall went to
Weston this morning. '
Dan P. Smytho left this morning
for Arlington 6n legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dupuls, of Wes
ton, were in Pendleton last night.
Fred Crawford Is expected homo
this evening from the Spokane fair.
Frank and Ora Hotdman start to
night for Seattle on a pleasure trip.
It. N, Stantleld, a prominent Echo
stockman, was in Pendleton last
Mrs. Fletcher, of South' Garden
street, is recovering from typhoid
Miss Jennie Murrell left last night
for Baker City to visit her brother,
The regular Monthly medal shoot
or the gun club will take place next
J. T. Hlnkle and wife are expected
to arrive from their eastern trip Fri
S. P. Hanawalt went to Portland
this morning to spend Saturday and
Sunday with his family.
William Connolly, air brake inspec
tor for the O. It. & N. wns in the city
last evening from La Grande.
T. L. Childers has been engaged to
teach school In district 72 known as
Frultvale, near the state line.
Miss Edith Chapman, who has been
visiting B. B. Hall and family, re
turned to Weston this morning;
It. U. Wilson, traveling' freight
agent for the Burlington route, with
headquarters In. "Portland, Is In the
G. T. Slavens and family have ar
rived from Thorpe. Wash., and will
reside here. Mr. Slavens Is a" carpenter.
Mrs. Carrie B. Reed, who has been
the guest of Mrs. E. Johnson and
family, returned to Spokane this
Mrs. Dr. Grubb of Spokane, was in
town yesterday, the guest of Mrs.,Mc
Faul, her nelce, on her way to the
Mrs. Lloyd, daughter of James Nel
son, has recovered from typhoid suf
ficiently to be able to return to her
home nt Sprague, Wash.
Mrs. Dr. IUehurdson, of La Grande,
Is In the city to' attend the marriage
of Miss Edith Isaac and Henry Har
rison, She Is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Sullivan.
W. H. Kennedy, chief engineer of
the O. , It. & N. arrived by special
car on one of last night's trnlns and
went north this morning attached to
the Walla Walla train.
M. T. Soles, who lately came here
from South Dakota, left this morning
for Olympla, where his family Is vis
iting, and will return here with them
with the Intention of making this
C. It. Dutton has returned for the
winter from Lehman Springs, the re
sort being closed for the season. Mr.
Dutton will probably re-enguge in the
confectionery business if he can find
Engineer GeorgV II, Curtis, of the
O. H. & X., who tins beell nut of ser
vice Working on his farm hear La
Grande, for the past year, has return
ed to work, and passed through west
this morning to Umatilla
W. W, Bunn and wife, en route
from John Day to Portland and As
toiia, were the guests yesterday of
Mrs. Bunn's brother, S. F. Todhunt
er and family. Mr. Bunn Is a delegate
to the state lodge of the Knights of
Pythias at Astoria.
Ellis M. Brown went to Sturbuck
this morning, where he will Join his
father, who recently purchased a
farm near t'hat place. Mr. Brown
has traded the farm he bought a year
ngo In the Juniper country to his
brother-in-law, Silas Troup.
O. B. Kessler und family, who have
been visiting relatives In the Hudson
Hay country, will leave on the even
ing train for Spirit Lake, la. It Is
their Intention to get footloose In
Iowa and return to Umatilla or Wnlla
Walla counties some time next year.
Henry Huhlman of Atwood, Ind
has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Liz
zie Smatles. 'Mr. Huhlman is a jewel
er looking for a location,, but he
thinks "Pendleton has enough," and
will go to British Columbia for the
winter, with the Intention of going to
Alberta next spring.
Miss Tina Blosch, who has been the
guest of the Swalms, near the state
line, and of NJ T.' Brown and family
of the reservation, left this morning
for Falls City, Neb. She had expect
ed to teach In Walla Walla county,
but -was III for some time after ar
riving In July and is now called East
by the Illness of her mother.
John Pertel went west on the
morning train, destined for Olacku
mns county, where he will spend the
winter with his brother at Wilholt.
Both will return to this county next
spring. : IBs brother, Joseph M. Per
tel, has filed on government land In
the southern part .of the county, and
John hus the same Intention.
John Kobler Is expecting his broth
er, Sylvester, from Washington coun
ty, Indiana, In a short time to spend
the winter here and in this vicinity.
The latter is a successful market gar
dener und will engage in that occu
natlon here If a winter's residence
demonstrates that this climate is fa
vorable for him. He is seriously af
flicted with the asthma.
Miss Hattle Esteeu and brother,
John B. Estoen, are visitors at the
home of Mrs. Itoby. their aunt, Thoy
arrived last night from Dawson coun
ty, Nebraska. Their brother, W. Q,
Estoen. Is expected to urnve irom me
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
The Peoples Warehouse
I.AKC31CST ASSOimiKNTS, AND ALWAYS TIIK LOWKST Itf I'UICN.
New Fancy Hosiery, In lace nml emlimlilcml, nnd fancy color, nt r(H 75o, Sl.Ot) and upward.
New Novelty Veilings latent rnncie nt 23e, Me E0o per jaiil nml iipwnnN.
New laces nml embroideries f'v nines nml handkerchiefs, lnees, t 10e, IBc nnd ano per ynrd nnd
New-Fancy Handkerchiefs- liiinieuvo nml fetching ifwortuient of fine llninlkorchlofs at aso, BOo ami
7fc each. '
TIIK liATKST DltKSS TIUMlNfJS Here Is nil nssortmciit unequnlleil In stjlo iiiul variety unit tlio
satisfaction of finding vtlint you nre lookhts for nnd nt lw prleev All the latest fancies tire slumn only
300 SK1UJH UMIlltlXljAS TOMOIUtOW AT
48 Cents Each
1,500 Y.VltnS OF FltKNCH FLANNUMttTF.S AT
1 0 Cents Each
'" ' 50 DOZEN IIKMSTITClircn HANDKKIU'IIIKFS
Two for 5 Cents
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
NOVKMIUUt DEIilN'KATOll NOW IN,
Into Grant county, where the latter
has a claim and whee Miss Esteen
may open a millinery store at Can
Mrs. Cornelia I. Sklles, mother of
J, W, and E. C. Sklles, arrived on the
morning train from the East, and will
spend the winter here. Mrs. Sklles'
home Is at Washington, D. C, and
she spent the summer at Atlantic
Subscriber Tor Thirty Years.
Peter Nelson, of Wallula, a resi
dent of Umatllua and Klickitat coun
ties for the past 34 yenrs, was In the
city. today. Mr. Nelson subscribed for
the East Oregonlan when it wns
founded, 30 years ago, and has been
a continuous subscriber ever since.
He has paid taxes in Umatilla county
eyery year for 34 years and will con
tinue to pay here as long as he lives.
He is a prosperous stockman of the
Wallula district, but owns property
on this side of the Columbia.
BIG llOIt.V DISAPPIiAKINCJ.
NcmuIii Awnkes to Sluu'ller of the
Irl.ed .Mountain Slieep.
Nevada people are greatly concern
ed over the disappearance of the
mountain sheep, once go numerous
in tbr-ir state. To prevent their ut
ter extinction the next congress will
bp asked to establish a national game
preserve. The laws of Nevada have
been particularly lax. Game has
been killed In season nnd out of sea
son with impunity. The game war
den has bon looked upon more or
less as u Joke. The result of this
careless negligence has all but clear
ed Nevada's game fields of their one
time abundant herds of deer and an
telope. The big horn of the hills
have been driven from their native
haunts and are almost extinct.
The surviving game of Nevuda has
been living In the south and western
portions of the state, where the ab
sence of railroads and other facilities
necessary to the chase has given the
game of this section virtual protec
tion. But with the building of the
Salt Lake road, whloh leads through
the very heart of this once Isolated
country, the state must now be look
ed to for protection and ir a perma
nent protectorate1 Is to be established
the federal government must take u
Hus No Closed Season.
The Nevada solons will be asked to
pass stringent game laws when they
meet for their regular biennial sen
slon the coming winter. At present
Nevada gives no protection to the big
horn or mountain sheep. The silver
state "Js the only one jf the western
group where these wonderful and
ever-decreasing animals can be killed
at any season of the year.
Now for Sport
TIIK SJ3ASON ""OH OUTDOOIt SPOUTS IS III'ltK.
roOTHAMj, TKNNIS AND C.OUV PIAYICHS, "LUND SIM
"YOl'U KAUS" (AND KYI'S).
WE AUK SOI.K AGKNTS IN THIS CITY I'Olt
i i . .
Spauldings Sporting Goods
TIIK BEST THAT AUK MAIM.
WK CAUUY A I'Ul.li LINK AND INVITO YOUU INSPEC
TION IIKI'OKK IIIJYINC. SPAl'MMN'G'S GOODS AUK GUAU
Book and Stationery Store
It Is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS OUL.Y
Of the city, SIEBERT &
8chultz, have removed to 222
Court street, opposite the Hotel
Bickers. When you want a
well made suit at reasonable
prices, call on them.
THAT IS ABOUT TIIK ONLY DOUHT THAT KEEPS
MEN J'HOM HUYING HEADY-MADE SUITS.
IV WK CAN'T 1'IT YOU, WK WON'T SELI ,YOU,Il'
YOUH J IT DOESN'T STAY 1TTTED, TIIK SALE DOE8NT
STAY A SALE HHINO HACK THE SUIT.
II' YOU DO YOUit J'AItT 1Y COMING IN, YOU CANT
HE ANYTHING ELSE THAN KITTED AND SUITED IIEUE.
NOT A COItllEOT STYLI MISSING I'KOM OUIt LINES.
l'ALL AND WINTER STYLES ALL IN.
PUT) US TO 'THE TEST ON ONE SUIT 1'OK A TIIIAL.
a 4 '
A Good Hat Free 0-'
With Every Suit K
Sullivan (& Bond
The Popular Clothiers
I'S DRUG STORE
west this evening, and all will go over