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" " ' W , H , BV (l " " ....... , . ...,,.,... i v TWELVE PAGER DAILY EAST OREGONLAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY,, AIG18T 24, 1907. PAun ma 250 VOILE and PANAMA SKIRTS Just Received. You should see them. All colors, all prices. Teutsch'sDep't. Store The Fastest Crowing Store in Eastern Oregon. The' CreaL Rummage at the PENDLETON . Cloak & Suit House Begins MONDAY August 29th and continues All Week. See Windows and Later Publications for some of the Bargain Surprises A few $42.50 Tailored Suits goat . . $18.90 $16.50 and 18.00 Costumes are down to . . $8.98 Several pretty $15.00 Suits marked down to $7.95 $14.00 Silk Jumper Suits, (see window) goat $8.98 Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Formerly Cranks. Reason Por Heavy Wheals. Everywhere In tlio old world the wheels of wagons and carriages are two or three times as heavy as those on corruioij(Iiig vehicles In America and bo appear clumsy and cumbersome to us. The explanation of the differ ence is that our wheels are made of hickory, a wood unknown abroad, which supplies the requisite strength In smaller mass. Travel Magasine. A Matter of Eoonomy. "You're not so strict with that young ster of yours as you used to be," said Popley's friend. "No; for economy's sake I'm not," replied Popley. "Every month I used to have to buy myself a new pair of slippers and him a new pair of pants." Exchange. 1 Suited Him. Her Suitor I wish to marry yonr daughter, sir. Her Father (sternly) My daughter, sir, will continue under the parental roof. Her Suitor Well, sir, the parental roof looks good to me. San Francisco Chronicle. You may succeed when others do not believe in yon, but never when yon do not believe Iti yourself. Read the East Oregonlas. Do you need k clock in the harvest field? We have them from 90o to 13. Do you need a clock in the kitchen? We have them from $2.50 to $0.00. Our mantle, clocks run from $5.00 to $25,00. Our personal guarantee Is back of each clock. Yours for good goods at little prices, Louis Himziker 725 Main SL u foana (gigars w rE HAVE just recieved a large shipment of the large size La Copiosa Cigar, packed twenty-five in a box. We have sold these cigars for the past three years at 2 for 25c . A Portland firm ordered five thousand of these cigars packed fifty in a box, but the factory sent them 25 in a box. This firm refused the goods and we took the entire lot at a bargain, so while they last you can have them at 10 CENTS EACH As many as you want or by, the box at $2.25. After this lot is gone they will be 12 1 -2c again. The Drug Store That Serves You Best PERSONAL MENTION Zoeth Houser of Echo, has been In the city today. Fred H. Sherkey pf North Yakima, has been a visitor in the city today. Mrs. Stephen. Doane is very 111 at her home on the north Bide of the river. J. A. Hubbard of McKay creek, has been in town today on a business trip. : .. W. H. Swltzler came up from Uma tilla last evening for a short visit here. R. A. Rankin, living In the 'McKay creek neighborhood, has been In town today. Wm. Holdman returned to Adams this afternoon after a brief visit In the city. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of Ad ams, are In the city today on a brief business trip. Attorney Oncar Cain of Walla Walla, Is transacting business In Pen dleton -today. R. E. Tarbett has returned from Meacham, where he has been camp ing fur some days. Mr, and Mrs. Leon Cohen will spend Sunday with a party of friends at Bingham Springs. Asa B. Thompson and wife return ed to Echo at noon today after a short visit In the city. Mrs. Mary McDonald has returned from a visit to Meacham, where she has been for a short time. T. J. Matlock and daughter. Miss Nora Matlock, have returned from an outing at Lehman Springs. Mr. and Mrs. George Hartman, Jr., and Miss Louise Gray will leave this evening for Bingham Springs. E. O. Casey has returned from the mountains, where he had been camp ing during the warm weather. Mrs. George Hartman, Jr., arrived last evening from Astoria, where she had been visiting for several weeks. Bert Huffman, editor of the East Oregonlan, who has been quite 111 for a few days, Is still confined to his home. L. L. McFaul and wife went to Pomeroy this morning, where they will spend several days with rela tives. Fred Raymond and family have returned from Lehman Springs, where they have been camping for a few weeks. Wm. Chamberlain of Athena, pass ed through the city today on his re turn from a brief business trip to Portland. . Mrs. William Sutherland, wife of the water superintendent, has return ed from a visit with relatives at Gold endale, Wash. Mrs. J. M. Keeney returned last evening from Lehman Springs, where she had been with a party for several weeks past. ' Mrs. A. A. Roberts is expected here today from La Grande, and she will remain here a short time before leav ing for Arizona. George O'Danlel, .the Court street furniture dealer, has gone to ' the mountains near Meacham to rusticate for several days. Miss Bertha Alexander came up from Portland to Hermlston yesterday and will visit there with her sister, Mrs. E. P. Dodd. Chorles Bond, of the Bond Bros.' furnishing goods store, returned home last evening from a two weeks' vaca tion at the coast. Many of the campers at Hldaway and Lehman are rapidly returning to their different homes, and are prepar ing for the fall season. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray, who have been at Bingham Springs for some time, are expected home from that resort tomorrow. John Kees and family have return ed from their vacation outing at Bing ham. Mr. Kees was absent a week, the remainder five weeks. George A. Robblns, circulation manager for the East Oregonlan, has returned from a vacation passed in the south end of the county. Mrs. C. W. Myers passed through here last evening on her way to Walla Walla, after a visit of several weeks with relatives In Portland. W. H. Jones and family are now preparing to leave this city for Se attle to reside. They expect to leave here Monday evening or Tuesday. Frank K. Welles, county school su perintendent, came down yesterday afternoon from Meacham, where his family Is camping for the summer. Otto Turner, deputy game warden, has returned from a grouse hunting trip on Huron ridge. He hunted for several days and met with good success. Marshal Gurdane la on duty again this afternoon, his vacation being In terrupted by the death of Mrs. J. A. Owens, mother-in-law of Officer John Kearney. 8. A. Pearson, the real estate deal er at Frocwater, Is In the city today on a business trip. He stated that elaborate preparations were under way at Freewater for the celebration of Peach day, next Wednesday. Miss K. Laughren, the milliner at the Peoples Warehouse, who has re turned from the east, where she had been on a purchasing trip, reports that she will have an experienced trimmer from New York here this season. M. B. Scott Is Just able to be about ofter being laid up for several weeks from the effects of an Injury to his right side received many years ago, When 17 years of age a swinging tim ber broke several ribs and otherwise damaged' him. Winchester Cook and wlfo of Pal myra, Mo., were In the city today on their way to Victoria and sound cities and they will go to the Alberta coun try before returning home. They left Missouri thA 7th nt .Tnlv And hnve "been making an extensive tour of the west. Leon Stolnhnrt, the genial represen tative of M. Seller A Co., of Port- Freewater Banner Day PEHCH Wednesday, August 28th Special program and exercises' all day and evening. Brilliant. Speaking at Freewater Park by Sen. Fulton, Ex-Gov. Ceer, Con gressman Ellis, Judge Lowell, and others. 10:30 a. m. arid 2:30 p. m. Big Display of Fruit Biggest Baskat-Picnic Ever Held in the Valley. Special Musical Program by the College Place Band Special hourly service on the Interurban Line AB Day, with Open Trailers, a delightful ride through the valley. DANCING AT BADGERO'S HALL IN THE EVENING, 8 P.M. Wednesday, Aug. 28th. Freewater's Peach Day. land, Is calling on his many custom ers in this city today. In a letter from the firm he was Informed that the wife of F. M. Seller had presented him with a bouncing daughter the third In succession. W. W. Pankey, manager of the But ter Creek Telephone company at Echo, was In the city today on a bus iness trip. He had been affected with a slight attack of appendicitis, but after an examination by the doctors It was decided that an operation would not be necessary, A. Johnson, manager of the John son orchestra, returned from Lehman Springs today accompanied by his family. Carl Gulott and family have returned also. Mr. Johnson furnish ed music at the resort during the busy season this summer, and states that the visitors all enjoyed a very pleasant outing. Jacob Behrens has returned from three months spent In Woodbury county, Iowa, and at Sioux City. Mr. Behrens came from that neighbor hood to Umatlla county 18 years ago. He states that there are many evi dences of business prosperity and contentment In western Iowa, but for his part he Is perfectly satisfied to live In eastern Oregon. There has been the same general Increase In values there that the west has experi enced during the past few years. CITY BREVITIES All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. ' See Ellers big offer on second hand Instruments. See Mlnnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. . Enquire at this office. For Sale Fresh and gentle family milch cow. Enquire Ross Carney. Household furniture for sale. In' quire at the East Oregonlan office. Nobby patterns in Sreln-Bloch Clothes. Alexander Department Etore. Our new styles In Walk-Over Shoes now showing. Alexander Department Store. . We guarantee Chrysolite enameled ware. Goodman Hardware company, agents. "Electric Sad Irons." Sold by Goodman Hardware company. Get our prices. Just arrived, advance styles In Stein-Bloch clothes. Alexander De partment Store. ' A good Investment, a guaranteed Increase of 60 per cent, see Ellers Piano House at once. If you can use a piano or organ free for one or two years, see Ellers Piano House at once. Modern five-room cottage for sale or rent, 710 LUleth street. Enquire Bowman Photo Studio. Elegant new line of street hats for fall Just received at the Campbell Millinery. See window. Leathers Transfer company. All kinds of hauling. Office Hotel Pen dleton. Phone Main 511. We are agents for the stylish Kings bury Hat Call and see the new fall styles. Alexander Department Store. Fresh fruits and vegetables. Tte Peoples Warehouse, where it pays to trade. Grocery department In the basement Fresh stock shot gun shells at Goodman Hardware company's. Com plete stock of guns and ammunition at attractive prices. Instructions given on the piano by a graduate of the Grand Rapids Con servatory of Music. Mrs. Alex Man ning, 715 Garden street. 'Phone red 3371. Wanted By man and wife with out children, two or three modern, furnished housekeeping rooms East of Court street. Address M, care of this office. New bowling alleys, billiard and pool tables, cigars, confectionery and cool drinks. Everything new and first class at the Pastime Parlors, Pendle ton's coolest resort. A young lady desirous of attending school during the coming term can find a comfortable home with family of two In return for light service. References exchanged. Address P. O. Box 468, Pendleton. INTO CHINOOK JARGON. The Lord's Prayer and Uie Ten Com mandments, M. B. Scott has finished a trans lation of the Lord's Prayer and the Ten Commandments Into Chinook Jargon the first time this has ever been done aside from an incomplete translation of the Lord's Prayer. His work Is complete as to both. In the grain belt of eastern Wash lngton the Kerr, Glfford company of Portland, has used 1.000,000 feet of lumber In the erection of new ware houses. Eight houses have been built this spring and summer with a crew averaging 10 men. The addition to the house at Pullman Is 225 feet long by 40 feet wide and will accommodate 100,000 sacks of grain. O. B. REYNOLDS IS HERE. Nebraska Sheepman Has Little Hope of Securing Umatilla Sheep. C. B. Reynolds, a well known sheep dealer, arrived here last night from Kearney, Neb., and today has been looking over the Ibcal sheep situation. However, he says he has no expecta tion of buying anything here now owing to the high prices being asked by local growers. He already has some sheep contracted for in Idaho. . Mr, Reynolds is accompanied by his wife, and they are guests at the Hotel St. George. Attorney G. G. Lee has been em ployed by the board of education of Toppenlsh to check up the defalca tion of former clerk, W. R. Laidler. The approximated shortage is about $6000. This is done that the various fraudulent warrants can be declared ' null and void by the court Toppen lsh Review. Folger's Golden Gate Teas are packed flavor-tight in dust-proof cartons. They reach the tea drinker in the same clean, pure, perfect condition in which they left the hands of our tea experts. Six flavors. P joldeaia mo TpA I CEYLON Ceylon Gunpowder Japan ' English BreaHfast Oolong BlacR (Q, Green To all who enjoy a cup of fragrant, full flavored, full bodied tea there is no equal The choice of flavor to Folger's Golden Gate Tea li a nutter of tsite. J. A. Folger & Co. San Francisco Import.rt of Pur Tvaa PENDLETON BUSINESS COLLEGE PENDLETON, OREGON New Management. New Teachers. Newest Methods. Less tlm ercquircd to complete a full course in the Pendleton Business College than ever before. Four months will complete a full course in Shorthand and Typewriting, and the graduates will be much better pre pared than bereteofore. A strong English coarse will be one of the attractive features of the college. Book keeping will require between five and eight months time only. Ail instruction will bo individual, thus enabling students to progress as rapidly as their own efforts will warrant, SEND FOR CATALOG NOW. M. M. SLATTERY, President. Requisites for th. sick room are here In great profusion, and your doc tor will conscientiously tell you that there are no better qualities or val ues In town. Hot Water Bags, Syrin ges, Bandages and every appliance likely to be needed Is here at moder ate prices. The convalescent are al ways In want of something In our line, but It Is essential that they get the best. That Is the only kind we keep ns In drugs, medicines and other articles. F. J. DONALDSON, Reliable Druggist I ; If !4