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DAILY EAST OREGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, IMS. PAGE FIVE. Here They Are, LADIES 1000 Garments, every one absolutely correct in style. Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Coats, Skirts, Silk Petticoats and Infants and Children's Coats. Every garment now on sale, in many cases less than the material alone is worth. PERSONAL MENTION Ladies and Misses Suits $15.00 Suits now J 1 8.00 Suitfl now $20.00 Suits now $:T.. 00 Suits now $30.00 Suits now $32.50 Suits now $35 and $40 Suits now $10.90 $11.05 $14.40 $18.50 $1J).50 $20.85 Ladies and Misses' Skirts JJ.OO Skirts now $3,90 SU.HO Skirts now $1,75 $7.00 Skirts now $5,35 In. 00 Skirts now $5,00 $10.00 Skirts now $0.85 $8.05 $10.05 Ladies and Misses Coats $5.00 Coats now , $7.00 Coats now . $8.00 Couts now , $9.00 Coats now. $10.00 Coats now $12.50 Coats now $15.00 Coats now $16.50 Coats now $20.00 Coats now $25.00 Coats now $70.00 Coats now $33.00 Coats now $40.00 Coats now $3.65 $4.95 $5.85 $6.40 $6.85 $8.90 $10.90 $11.35 $14.45 $18.90 $22.00 $26.50 $28.75 $12.50 Skirts now $1.1.00 Skirts now Silk Petticoats JO. 00 kind now $7.00 kind now , IS.00 kind now $9.00 kind now $10.00 kind now $12.50 kind now $4.45 $1.95 . ti $6.45 $7.50 $9.35 Ladies Home Journal Style Book Free Patterns Now on Sale. Childrens Coats Including Bear Cloth Coats $2.50 kind now $3.00 kind now . $3.50 kind now. $4.00 kind now . $5.00 kind now ftt.00 kind now . $7.00 kind now . S.i.OO kind now . $9.00 kind now . $10 00 kind now $1.75 $2.15 $2.3'i $2.90 $3.45 $4.40 $5.00 . $6.35 $7.45 Ladies Home Journal Patterns Now on Sale. No Charges for Alterations F. E. LIVENGOOD CO. TEUTSCH'S OLD STAND Store Closed All Day Thanksgiving The East Oregonian-Journal Pony Conlesl This Coupon Good for 5 Votes Before Nov. 28, 1 908 This vote to be counted for Name of Boy or Girl , No Street . , R. F. D. . Postoffice Send to the Pony Man, EastOregonlan, Pendleton, Or. rr l M IMPORTED BAY RU Distilled from the leaves; has that delicate, aromatic, oriental odor which makes people who know " what," consider their toilet or bath incomplete without it. It .is void of that stinging, burning sensation, but has just enough "bite" to make it soothing and antisep tic and acts as a panacea to even the most delicate skin in weather that tends to chap and roughen. In fact, 'tis a fine toilet requisite. Ask for an original bottle of the Pyramid Brand. 75c THE DRUQ STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. At llio Pendleton. R. B. ruddock, Walla Walla; F. H, Serelber, Geo. Stevens, W. R. Mc- Mann, Spokane; J. E. Cox, San Francisco; Wallis Brunsdon, Star- buck; C. M. Powers, St. Louis; W. L Thompson, Chicago; Jas. A. Morrow, New York; S. C. Beach, Portland; Geo.. Frantz and wife, The Dalles; J. If. Mahoney, Hoppner, Robert O. Fox Miss Mable Brooks, Lewiston. For Sale, Cheap 20 head of young cows, suitable for feeding: or stock Bargain if taken Immediately. For further Information, address A. E Hnirall, Pilot Rock. We have Just received an other large lot of very fine dia monds which we have In mounted or loose. Just as you like. They are the best klad. They are the kind with a flash. They are the kind you want. They are the lowest in price, considering the price of any In the city. They are all marked In plain figures. They are the kind that does not lose value. We are here to satisfy with quality and price. you Louis llunziker Jeweler and Optician, 72S Main. St Will M. Peterson wag a business visitor today In Athena, T. F. Lane of Nolin, was a business visitor In Pendleton today. O. E. Adams was In yesterday from his ranch on McKay creek. J. Culllson of Helix, wag a business visitor In Pendleton yesterday. Jack Fair of Cold Springs is in Pendleton on a trading mission. County Clerk Frank Saling was a business visitor In Weston today. W. A. Brown Is a visitor In Pasco today looking after business affairs. S. S. Paris of Grand View, was a business visitor in Pendleton yester day. Sim Dulin was down last evening from Helix, caring for business mat ter. Mrs. Jennie Cole is confined to her home with a slight attack of the grippe. Mrs. Rush of Helix, was a vlsito In Pendleton yesterday on a trading mission. X. Dellwo of Xolln, waa a visitor 1 Pendleton last evening caring for bus Iness Interests. Ed Ferguson was In yesterday from his ranch at Vansycle, looking after business affairs. Mrs. J. M. Powell and daughter, Miss Lois Powell of Weston, were vis Istors In Pendleton yesterday. Harry Englar of Hermiston, wa3 a visitor In Pendleton today looking after business matters and calling on friends. W. J. Bell left today for Calgary, Alberta, where he will look over the wheat land opportunities with a view of locating. R. J. Slater has returned from a professional visit to Moscow, Idaho, where he has been looking after mat ters In the federal courts. Mrs. Lula Smith and daughter, Mrs. Cheney, leave this evening for Seattle, where they will visit with friends for several weeks. W. J. Fortman of Portland, special agent for several Insurance compa nles, was a business visitor today in Pendleton among his local agents. William Gould and brother, Tom Gould, were In Pendleton from their ranches in the Weston mountain dis trict, looking after business affairs, J. H. Pedigo, one of Walla Walla's most prominent attorneys, returned to his home in. that city yesterday after a brief business visit in Fcndle ton. Dan P. Smythe returned last night from Arlington, where he has been for several days at the bedside of his father, A. Smythe, whose condition at present is very low. Miss Lucretia Conklin of the high school faculty, is suffering from a se vere cold and is confined to her home a? the Crawford residence on the north side of the river. Mrs. Starkweather, who has been visiting with friends and relatives at North Powder, returned to her home In this city today, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Bob Starkweather. J. G. Cutler of Walla Walla, assist ant superintendent, in charge of the Pnseo-Pendleton division of the Northern Pacific, was a visitor in the city today caring for business con cerns. President P. L. Campbell of the State University, passed through Pendleton yesterday on his way to Baker City to attend the State Tenehers' association meeting In that city. " W. D. Lowden, building Inspector of the O. R. & X., was a visitor In Pendleton today looking over tne buildings of the company and the proposed plans for the new depot and Its grounds. John Hendricks and wife of Vol- mer, Idaho, are visiting in Pendleton guests at the E. J. Myers home. They expect to go to Condon tomorrow to spend a few days with relatives and friends. Mrs. Eva Body, formerly of Athe na, but recently a resident of La Grande, passed through Pendleton yesterday while on her way to Seat tle, where she will make her homo during the coming winter. Horace Addis, field representative of the Rural Spirit, arrived in Pendle ton this morning, after making a tour of the Wallowa valley In the Interest of his publication. He will proba bly go on to Portland tonight. Edward Hall of Portland, for many years special representative of the Westchester Insurance company, and one of the oldest insurance men in this territory, was a visitor in Pendle ton today, calling on Major Lee Moor house. Accompanied by Jonathan John ston and Bert Huffman, a party of local people, consisting of J. W. Tul llck, George Warburton and E. C. Goodrich, left this afternoon for Cal gary, Alberta, to look over the wheat country. Attorney O. W. Coutts and J. J. Hamley. returned last evening from a brief goose hunting trip into the Prospect ranch country, northeast of Pendleton. They report a scarcity of geese in that particular section of the county. "Dress Up" the Dinner Table There la no place In your home, more deserving, nor from which you can derive greater enjoy ment and "home comfort" than the DINXER TABLE and NICE DISHES. Our Vhifo UAVILAfJD German China, Porcelain China and Glassware MAKE IDEAL HOLIDAY GIFTS Call and see the beautiful lines on our balcony get acquainted whether you buy or not we are always ready to show gooda. Ingram's Grocery Headquarters for Dishes, Glassware and Kitchen Utensils. LOCALS Bowman photo studio now open. Fresh Olymplu oysters at Hohbach's. Fresh eastern oysters at Ingram's. Say! See Rader's rug sale Satur day. "Gas" sad Irons at W. J. Clark & Co.'s. Howard heaters at W. J. Clarke 4 Co.'s. All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnr.!s. $24 rugs for $15 Saturday at Ra der's. New crop nuts, raisins and figs, at Ingram's. White ruchlngs, all kinds at the Peoplas Warehouse. Best nut coal. Give us a chance Oregon Lumber Tard. New crop raisins, nuts, currants cranberries at Ingram's. See Mlnnis for good dry wood that burns. Lots of it on hand. Home-made Boston brown bread for Thanksgiving, at Ingrams. Gas sad Irons cost ic an hour to op erate. See W. J. Clarke & Co. For Rent Three rooms, furnished for housekeeping. 301 S. Main. Oak wood, the heat producer, for tale at the Oregon Lumber yard. Fine Weston mountain potatoes for winter keeping, at Ingram's grocery. For Rent Two furnished house keeping rooms at 520 Market street. Fresh celery, cranberries, grapes, pears an4 mincemeat, at Ingram's. Dressed turkey and chickens for Thanksgiving, at Ingram's grocery. Get our prices on Cascade fir woo'd and slab wood. Oregon Lumber Yard. For Sale 16 head work horses from 1 to 8 years old. Inquire this office. A modern cottage for rent. In quire of Lot Llvermore, 11 East Court street. Winter apples, yellow yams, celery, lettuce, radishes, tomatoes, etc., at Ingram's grocery. Leave your orders for Xmas trees at Stark & Duke's poultry house. Phone black 3791. For rent Store room in the East Oregonlan building on Main street Inquire at this office. For Sale Five-acre ranch, well Improved, 1V4 miles east of Pendle- tcn. Address Box 570 P. O. Gus La Fontaine has Just received fresh lot of crawfish, crab and oys ters In the shell at the Quelle. See Coutts & Hays, agents for the popular Oregon Fire Relief associa tion. Over Bond Bros, store, Pendle ton, Oregon. Second hand goods bought and sold. Best price paid. Empire sec- I ond hand store, Empire block, across , from X. P. depot. Phone Red 3201. ! Live chickens, ducks, turkeys aud J geese wanted at Clark's grocery. ! Highest market price paid. Dressed poultry every Friday and Saturday. Remember the place. Clark's grocery. RESTORED HIS SIGHT. Delicate Operation on the Brain Successful In Philadelphia. Philadelphia. By a new and deli cate operation, Dr. J. Thompson Schell has restored the sight of J. H. Carter, at the Xorthwestern Central hospital. One of Carter's eyes was wholly useless, while the other afford ed him only slight use. As there was no evidence of disease in the eyes themselves, Dr. Schell decided that the trouble lay In the brain, particu larly as Carter suffered excruciating headaches. The operation consisted of opening the brain by the removal of two tiny "buttons" at the base of the skull and taking out a quantity of cerebro spinal fluid to relieve the pressure on the optic nerve. It was wholly successful. New Tork Tribune. SEPARATED 6.1 YEARS, SISTERS MEET AGAIN". Klttannlng, Pa. After a separation of 63 years, Mrs. James Hawley of Klttannlng. and her sister, Mrs. iUtchel Seese of Felix, Somerset coun ty, were reunited here. Both were born in Scalplevel, Pa., but in girlhood they were separated. For years neither knew whether the other was living, but finally, through a stepmother, who had learned of Mrs. Hawley's residence here, corres pondence was begun. Mrs. Hawley is now 75 years old and Mrs. Seese Is nearly 79. They had been less than 75 miles apart most of the time. Cedar Rapids Typographical union is negotiating a scale, asking for an Increase of $1.50 a week. vergbodgs agazine CHRISTMAS XUMRER Read REX BEACH'S bear hunt. There's art and fun and wet feet all mixed up together. One of our best doctors says that good reading keeps more young folks out of mischief than any other one thing. Try Everybody's. Get one now. It's big and bright and power ful. It's too good to go without. 15 cents a copy, $1.50 a year. For sale by COOK & PERRY. FKAZIEIl'S ROOK STORE. New SiiiHrvlsnr la Cluirge. Jesse E. Flanders, recently appoint ed supervisor of the Tulalip Indian agency, has taken his position with headquarters at Tulalip. Wash. Mr. Flanders Is a young man, but has had many years' experience in dealing with the Indians. Arrested for Incest. A rancher living near Monitor, Wash., by the name of J. K. Xew klrk. has been arrested and taken to Wenatchee on the charge of unlawful relations with his 12-yearoId daughter. A Bargain in Grand Ronde Valley Lands 240 acres three miles northwest from town of Union Oregon. Forty acres in alfalfa, all adapted to alfalfa. 200 acres in cultivation. Water right goes with land for irrigation and stock watering purposes. 1 mile to good school. On Main line of Central Railway of Oregon, connecting with O. k. & N. at Union Station. On phone line. Improvements on land, good hay and stock barn, corrals and outbuildings, all under good fence. On main county road to Unibn and also to Hot Lake. This is the best bargain in the valley at 50.00 per acre. $3500.00 cash, balance one, two and three years eight per cent interest. This offer will hold good for thirty days. Call on or address B. F. Wilson, Union, Ore.