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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1IM4.
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0ur New Building
PERSONAL MENTION
. .. in Mir new home, although we have
business
ffren0 ...tore.
.nllrely "'"'""' ,ttie bit the most attractive .tore In
D , v will nae
,et everything in readiness.
pa.dWon 'en we the lftrBe8t, best and freshet stock of groceries
We know we have m a brlght fre,h supply of high-
.ire U e haVe
ptde rcerle'' that n 8tore In Pendleton offers as great Induce
We r olllve do or tent aI high-grade goods,
to the prompt dcllvery of goods.
"standard
ocery Company
See us In our new home
Corner Court and Johnson Streets.
..johnnle-on-the-Spot" Delivery.
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CITY BREVITIES
0 c Bader. Get Bunnjr.
Lri, fruit dally at Martin's.
JHTtadle.' Gloria .hoe. at Roo.e-
children's long coat, at
tele-Fine ranch clo.e to
Jn Vnqalre at thi. office.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
Jil formerly Rees' cigar .tore.
Japanese cook want, a Job. Wage.
,10 per month. Address P. O. box 84.
The St George restaurant, open
!, and night Mrs, Cooper, proprl-
,re"- .,
ninnw toDs. new .tamped Iln-
m end new waist patterns at Mrs.
rirlien's.
Enlarging and framing pictures.
Work guaranteed. Western Art Co.,
J0( Court street.
For sale Desirable property cor
ner College and Alta. The old Lee
raldence. Call on L. H. Lee.
A good bargain. A six-room house
and one lot, 8dO. Terms $25 per
month. E. T. Wade & Son.
Furniture In lodging and rooming
home tor sale or trade and building
torrent. Inquire at 313 South Main
meet.
Wanted A girl for generul house
work; enquire mornings, nt the resi
dence of E. P. Murshull, 123 North
Slain street.
New electric chandeliers are In.
Fifteen different styles to choose
from. See our new patterns and get
cur prices. J. L. Vaughn
For Sale House and lot, house
nearly new, with city water, and
with bath complete. Inquire of J. T.
Brown, 211 Lincoln street.
Just received the finest and largest
assortment lot of stoneware ever
brought to Pendleton. We will sell
this high grade an low ns others sell
cheaper gradus. Every Jar guar&m
teed. C. Kohrman.
Lewlston Inter State Fair, Lewis
ton, Idaho, October 17 to 22, 1904.
For the above occasion the O. R. &
N, Co. announce a rate of 17.20 for
round trip. Tickets on sale October
17 to 21. Good for return trip until
October 23. For further information,
call on or address E. C. Smith, agent.
Get Bunny. TJ C Rader.
Cash registers at Withee'a,
Douglas and Hanan shoes at Roos
evelt's.
Ladles' Skirts 12.00 and up at
Teutsch's,
Ice cream and soda every day at
the Delta.
Wanted A dry goods man; apply
at Tt. Alexaner's.
16110 rolls new crepe paper, latest
patterns. Wolf's book store.
Try a pair of our II. 60 school
shoes. Good wear or your money
back at Teutsch's.
Rooms for Rent Newly furnished
rooms with bath, with or without
board, close in. Inquire here.
CALIFORNIA WELL DRILLER.
I'niutllln County Has Friends to Rec
ommend It Everywhere.
Malcolm RobertHon. a well driller
from Grass Valley, California, arriv
ed bint night and will prospect the
county on the strength of recommen
dations made by his friend. Ira
Kountr.. who has taken land In the
western part of the county recently.
Mr. RoberlHHii says that his busi
ness Is much overdone in the i,rass
Valley country, anil that besides the
encouragement extended by Mr.
Kountz, he met mi ex-Pendletonlan
named Will oleon at Grass Valley.
who highly recommended this entire
district. Oleon lived here during the
'HOs and and expressed his Intention
of returning next summer.
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F. Hyatt, of Weston, Is at the Bick
ers today.
Frank Spifce. of Echo, Is InfPendle
ton on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Rogers, of
Pendleton today.
H. A. Thompson left last night for
Eugene on a visit.
G. F. Mcl'heeters, of Weston, Is a
ouslness visitor today.
R. K. Hihhn. the Kiimelii u-Anri
dealer, is in town today.
t'lvrie Frastlpr of Rflkvr Cllv form
erly of this place. Is In town.
His. Joe H. Pnrkes went to Walla
Walla this morning to visit for a few
days.
Jesse Tryon has returned from
Wallowa county, where he spent the
summer.
H. Connell, division roadmaster of
tne t). K. & N., is in the city from
i mauna tooay.
Otis Turner, of Weston, Is a guest of
Hotel St. George today while In the
city on business.
Rev. G. L. Hall has returned from
attending the state tiaptlst conven
tion at McMlnnvllie.
David Scott has returned from Wal
Iowa county, where he has been for
the past five months.
Wllllnm Tnernm And wife went to
Walla Walla this morning to take In
the last day of the fair
Will Lablen went to Slarbuck this
morning, expecting to work on I
ranch In that neighborhood this win
ter.
Tetter furrier Warner, nf this cltv.
left last night for Portland a. a del
egate to the state letter carriers
meeting.
Miss Zena Soth, who has been visit
Ing her sister, Mrs. L. O. Bates, re
turned to Aberdeen, Wash., this
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McEachem,
of Helix, returned home last evening
after a short business visit In the
county seat.
Rev. Jonnthan Edwards went to
Spokane this morning, and will preach
tomorrow In one of the Congregation
al churches of that place.
Miss Alice Graham went to Spo
kane this morning accompanied by
her sister. Mrs. W. H. Clark of that
pluce, who has been her guest here.
13. E. Kennedy, who nttended the
grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias
at Seaside, has returned home and re
ports having had an enjoyable time.
Tom Nye went to Spokane this
moinlne. He will return Monday and
resume his old position with the Tull
& Glbbs Co. of Portland, In about two
weeks.
SMMM,MMtttttf tttttttt t t tttttf f ' "Mj ',
Peoples Warehouse Peoples Warehouse ;i
SLAUGHTER SALE
ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S JACKETS, CLOAKS AND FURS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th
25 PER CENT REDUCTION, WHICH MEANS ' OFF REGULAR PRICKS.
. , $1.00 and upwards
Jackets from ' . a "85
.00 Jackets, Sale price for Saturday J
$1.00 Jackets, Sate price for Saturday , "
$5.0 Jackets, Sale price for Saturday .
$6.00 Jackets, Sale price for Saturday
$7.00 Jackets, Sale price for Saturday
$10.00 Jackets, Sale price for Suturduy ; '
$15.00 Jackets, Sale price for Saturday ." " L-.
LOT CX108 Is a ladles' Jacket made from good quality Kersey, self-trimmed and lined with a B
miallty mcrcerlred Until;. Colors, tan, castor and black. $5.00 Jacket, price for Saturday ..$3.75
LOT CX2I6 This ladles' Jacket Is made from fine quality Kersey cloth, well trimmed, collarless,
with Inlaid velvet, pretty buttons, well tailored throughout. Colors, tan, castor, black and
blue. All sixes. Regular $8.00 Jacket, price for Saturday ;.,';" 600
C10H is a girl's coat made from a good quality Zibllcne, has long shoulder capes, full length,
' " sizes to 14 years, comes in several pretty colors, rcgulnr, $4.00, price for Suturday $3.00
Sale nrlces on all ladles' and children's coats and Jackets In the house for this Saturday. You
will save $1.25 on every $5.00 purchase In this line. Remember, ONLY FOR THIS SATURDAY.
SALE ON FURS.
CX1100 French Cony Cluster Scarf, ornamented with tails, neat fastening; liluck only; regular
$1.19, price for Saturday 890
cxl2g Long uear Boa, chain fastening; black only; regular $3.50, price for Saturday one-quarter
off, making the price $2.68
One-fourth off on all Furs for Saturday, Including the new and latest furs In Cony, Imitation
Chinchilla, Natural Squirrel, Klver Minx, Fox, Long Wolf, Electric Scul, Opossum, Hluck Marten, Isa
hells. Fox' Nutria Beaver, Genuine Marten, and many other furs. .
Remember, a 1.25 saving on every $5.00 purchase In Furs, FOR SATURDAY ONLY.
BE SURE AND VISIT THE MILLINERY, CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENTS.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
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The CHURCHES
Snnnson's Leg Amputated.
Dr. Cole u few days ago visited Al
bert Hwanson at the railroad annex to
SI. Vincent's hospital. In Portland.
Hwanson, It will be remembered, was
the mlin so badly hurt by falling from
th Meucham bridge In July. It was
found not possible to save his right
leg. which has been twice amputated,
the last time nearly to the thigh. He
hn i-Mi'oveierl cumiiletelv frbm the ef
fects of the fracture of the skull and
from his broken ribs. The expecta
tion Is thai the railroad company will
provide him for the remainder of his
lifetime wtlh some employment which
he can handle In his crippled condition.
New
Goods
Favors Pendleton for a Jjocatlon.
Doane Harrison, of Adams county.
Illinois, partner In the nursery and
seed growing firm, arrived last night
and will, before he leaves the North
west, thoroughly Investigate all the
attractions this county has to offer
for the establishment of a nursery
and seed house. He will spend the
winter In the Northwest, partly on
account -of his health and expects to
find some locality which he win se
lect for a permanent abiding pluce.
He Is predisposed In fuvor of Pendle
ton on account of its ranroua lucm-tles.
Jewelry, cut glass, silverware,
i nmbrellai and many other artl- J
; cles are now In stock,
i We will consider It a favor to !
i show you the goodi. loura for
! good toods.
HUNZIKER
The Progressive Jeweler.
126 Main Street
Mrs. Cora Cooper went to Athena
this morning, summoned there by a
telephone message Informing ner or
the severe Illness of her sister. Mrs.
Susie Kstes.
W. B. Montgomery, of the Conti
nental Casualty Company, of Port
land. Is ul the St. George while muk
Ing a tour of the (. It. & N system
In this county.
Miss Inez Allard, of Pomeroy.
Wush., has been granted a permit to
t,..irh in I'matllla county. Robert
Swift Is taking examination today for
a permit to teach.
O. F. Haidesty of Hartford City,
ml arrived lust'nlght and this morn-
I ing went out to the Nye country with
Ills friend, Charles Kelts, wno came
Into that neighborhood last spring
from Indiana.
Mis K. S. Southmayd, a stenogra
pher and expert secretary, has arriv
ed from Portland to reside with her
grandmother Mrs. K. S. Mlllsap. of
411 Court street. She wll endeavor
to find employment in Pendleton and
remain here permanently.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor will leave this
evening for Salem, where he win
place In the state penitentiary George
i unit Kdwln R. Stokes, sen
tenced to three years each. Lamont
was found guilty of larceny by bailee.
Stokes was captured at Milton in the
act of picking pockets.
Marriage License Record.
County Clerk Frank Baling today
Issued licenses to marry to the fol
lowing: wiiu.n, i.ein MnOavran. of Walla
Walla county, and Zlnna McPheeters,
of .Umatilla county. .
George Bingham and Jltsle Har
pool, both of Umatilla county.
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Contracts to Teach.
Contracts to teach were filed with
the county school superintendent this
morning by the foUowing: Kyle Mc
Danlel. principal, district 88, near
Miin. iiiimi RlDlev. district 88;
Harry Huber. district , south fork of
the Walla Walla; Jeannette mcis.ui
non. district 80, Dry Creek.
' We have just received s new lot of those Peggy from Paris
1 we Dve been selling so fat this season.
that'
TEITSCH AT WORLD'S FAIR.
Hand Bags and Chain Purses
We have a fine assortment. The prices on Peggy run from
80 to $10.00. Handbags, $1.50 to VM.
Everyone ta a good value and sure to suit.
KOEPPENS
v The Popular Price Drag Store.
A. C K.OEPPEN BROTHERS.
Pendleton Finn Is Advertised Contin
ually by Great Shoe Finn,
i 0 Taitiwh's deuartment store has
the distinction of being the only Pen
dleton mercantile company tnat is oe
Ing advertised dally at the World's
Fair at St. Louis.
Th. nannisier Shoe Company is
dally giving out thousands of booklets
each of which contains the advertise
ment of Lee Teutsch, the local dealer.
Charles Daly, the traveling represen
tative of the Bannister company. w
in the city yesterday calling on Mr,.
Teutsch and getting his views on, the
advisability of moving the monster
exhibit at St. Louis to the Lewis and
Clark fair.
liiiU Wanted.
Sealed proposals will be received at
the office of me uiiueioisncvi u.....
Friday, 6 p. m.. October 81, 1904, for
the lumber, mill work, hardware,
galvanized iron, tlnwork, all labor and
i. wnrk as mentioned in
specifications, now on file In my of
fice room, 12 Judd building, for J.
Mumm. A certified check for 8100
bid. to be forfeited
to the owner should the successful
bidder fall to enter Into Dona wunin
five days after he has been allowed
. v. n Mintnint.
The right Is reservea to reject any
or all bids.
C. E. TRUUTMaw,
Architect
Methodist Episcopal Church- Sun
day school 10 a. m A. J. Owen, su
perintendent. Sermon, 1 1 a. m. . m
meeting, 12:15 p. m. Rev. G. W.
Rlgby, leader. Junior league, o p.
m. Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.
Evening sermon 7:30 p. m. A cor
dial Invitation Is extended to all these
services. Robert Warner, pastor.
Presbyterian No preaching serv
ices, either morning or evening, on
ornnimt nf the nastor's absence. Sun-
dav school at 12 m. ' Y. P. S. C. E.
at 6:30 p. m., and other services at
the usual hours.
M. E. .Church. .South The first
quarterly meeting will be held today
and tomorrow. The quarterly con
ference will be held at 1 mis even
ing. Rev. H. S. Shangle will preach
morning and evening Sunday. Sun
day school at 10, I, E. Earl, superin
tendent. Epworth League at 6:30.
Sacrament of the Lords supper nt
the conclusion of the 11 o ciock ser
mon. Vou are welcome to tnese ser
vices. "
HniXist Chuch The regular serv
ices nt this church will be held to-
nmrrnw. The nastor has returned to
preach. The evening theme Is "From
Doubt to Faith." All doubters are In
vited to this service tomorrow night.
Strangers will find us friendly if they
give us a chance.
Tuesday evening at 8 ociock, Oct.
ISth, the Ilaptlst Young People's Un
ion will give a reception to the mem
h... nt the rhurch and congregation
In the church parlors. A good time Is
expected and It Is hoped that a 'large
number will be in uttenaance. u. u
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Church of the Redeemer Sun-
riuv school at 10 a. m. an dlay serv
Ices at 11 a. m. The new rector of
this church is now expected to ar
rive at any time, i
It takes two to make a bargain and
all the lawyers In town to break it.
Colored Supplement Wrecked.
Today's colored supplement
'to the East Oregonlan was
i shipped from St. Louis three
i weeks ago, but 1 as been delay-
ed by a wreck and will be de
i livered when it arrives.
"Never mind, my boy,"
aid the Pot. "wait until
Kettle supplies me with
fresh boilintf water and
I'll do my part. I'm old
fashioned but you can't
improve on me. Let
Cook keep me clean,
dive me one tablespoon-
ful of Golden Gate for
each cud. one for
myself and boll fiv
minutes satisfaction ! 1 '
Notalas SO.S with GOLDEN OATS
COrrEE hat tll".
rbu-lu SW '
I aad'aik. .r.-.-tlsH
N.vw aM la "
J. A. Foltfer a Co.
Now for Sport
THE SEASON FOR OUTDOOR SPORTS IS HERE.
FOOTBALL, TENNIS AND GOLF PLAYERS, "LEND ME
YOUR EARS" (AND EYES).
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS IN THIS CITY FOR
Spauldings Sporting Goods
THE BEST THAT ARE MADE.
WE CARRY A FULL LINE AND INVITE YOUR INSPEC
TION BEFORE BUYING. SPAULDING'S GOODS ARE GUAR
N"Ei:i). FRAZIER'S
Book and Stationery Store
Try to pay $15 for your milt. If you can; It fives you better
tailoring all over, and a better variety.
Not that the $10 and til suits aren't good thy're better
than most suits at the price but It pays to tet as good a suit as
you can afford.
A man put on one of our 15 suits the other day and the
first friend he met asked, "Where did you get It madet"
You really cannot tell our ready-made clothing from custom-made.
Attention to details In suit-making does the business. We're
ready for you any day.
Sullivan Bond
The New Store
The Up-to-date Store.. The Busiest Store.
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