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EIGHT PACKS DAILY EAST OREOOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1909. PAGE FIVE Classic Souvenirs FOR CHIC PEOPLE IS WHAT KOEPPEN'S WINDOWS ARE FULL OF. BETTER SEE THEM FOR THEY ARE SATISFACTION SOOTHERS, THE PRICES ARE POSSESSION IN ULCEUS AND THEY LOOK GOOD EITHER HERE OR THERE. OUR ALIGATOR HAND BAGS ARE UP TO THE TIMES WITH PRI CES BELOW VALUE AND BEING MADE FROM THE OIL TANNED BABY SKINS THEY ARE PLIABLE, SOFT AND DURABLE; OUR PER SONAL GUARANTEE BACKS THIS UP. OLD MISSION ALARM CLOCKS IS A NEW ONE AND FROM THE WAY THEY ARE SELLING, DON'T SEEM WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO GET OLD. WE MAY HAVE ENOUGH FOR ALL BUT BETTER NOT CHANCE IT, THE PltlCE IS $2.50 AND $3.00. OUR GERM PROOF HAVE ARRIVED. FILTERS Koeppen's THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. In and About Pendleton Wheat Unchanged. The price of wheat In the local market still remains unchanged with 'club quoted at 77 and bluestem at 8b. A then Teat-hen Hero. P. J. Mulkey and wife, B. B. Rlch ardH and wife, the Mlsson Beverly and MIhh Oi-Hdall, all instructors in the Athena schools, made up a party which visited In Pendleton Saturday afternoon. They report their schools In a flourishing condition. Recital Is Postponed. Owing to a conflict in dates the mu sical rectltal to be given at the Pres byterian church this evening has been postponed for one week. This even ing Dr. Robert McKenzie, noted as one of the strongest men In the Presby terian church will deliver an address at the local church. Will Winter in California. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Oliver, leave to night on the 11 o'clock train for Los Angeles, where they will spend the winter with their son. Clare Oliver, who is connected with the Balloon Route excursions. Mr. and Mrs. Ol iver expect to return to their home in this city In April. Pretty Moon- Wedding. A pretty home wedding was solem nized last Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bott of 111 Lincoln street, when their daughter, Miss Delia Bott, became the bride of Roy S. Neal. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A McKenzie Meldrum, pastor of the Christian church, the ring ceremony being used. The home had been ar tistically decorated for the event. The bride was given away by John F. Hill, a life-long friend while the wedding march was played by Miss Winnie Bott, sister of the bride. The con tracting parties are both residents of Pendleton and they will continue to make their home in this city. Pilot Rock Excursion. Through the efforts of John P. Mc Manus, former editor of the Pilot Rock Record, an excursion will be run to "Apple Burg" next Saturday. The occasion of the excursion Is the form al opening of the Irrigation project which McManus 1ias been engaged In promoting for several months and vhlch he believes means the dawn of a greater day for the southern end of the county. The excursionists will go out In a special car attached to the regular Pilot Rock train, leaving Pen dleton at 9 o'clock, arriving In Pilot Rock at 10 o'clock and starting on the return at 2 p. m. McM&ntU has di vided a large tract of several thous and acres Into 5 acre tracts, the deed to each one of which carries with It a perpetual water right. Window Hus Small Pox. Mrs. Ruth Clarke has Just received word to the effect that her son-in-law Glenn Wlnslow, is now 111 'th small pox In Chicago. Mr. and S.. . Wins low and their little daughter arrived tin Chicago but a short ti.ni.- ago and Mr. Wlnslow was taken ill almost Immediately. His case Is not serious I but the family Is In quarantine. - LOCALS Pastime pictures please all. Fresh oysters at Hohbach's bakery. Rock Spring coal. Henry Koplttke. Furnished rooms, 309 East Court. Snyder, chimney sweep. Tel. R. 3912. Graham has lots of new rugs at the old price. Automobiles for rent at the Pen dleton Auto company" Wanted Chambermaid or waitress Apply Hotel Pendleton. New rugs, old prices. Graham will he pleased o show them. New rugs have Just arrived. See Graham, his prices are down. See Henry Koplttke for Rock Springs coal. Phone Main 178. Wanted Girl to do general house Automobile for sale cheap. Almost as good as new, 18 h. p. Edgar C. Jay. agent for White steamers. Good store or office room for rent In Bast Oregonlan building on Main street Enquire at this office. For rent Nicely furnished front room. Also rooms for light house keeping. Inquire 808 Johnson St. For sale at a bargain, 153 acres Reservation land all under cultivation. Pot particulars Inquire of Leo Moor-house. . w. Privott Yen in. J. W. Privett Is now In a critical I condition In a hospital at Salem. He was taken seriously 111 several days ago and at that time Mrs. Privett and daughter, Mrs Paul Rperry, left for his bedside In Salem. Yesterday Miss Winnie Privett and brother Wade left for Salem In response to a message telling them their father was not expected to live. The Stories nt Oregon. Elmer anil Glen Storie, both of whom are attending the University of Oregon, have succeeded in Identi fying themselves with student body i nterprlses at that institution. Elmer appeared as fullback In the varsity AT THE PICTURE SHOWS Program at the Orpbeum Tonight Music by the Orpheum Orchestra, A. H. Johnston, leader and musical di rector. I. March My Wife s Going to the Country Ted Snyder 2. Overture The Silver Bell R. Schlepegrell 3. Picture Farmer's Grandson. 4. Picture Poisoned Flower. 5. Picture Panorama of Sweeden. 6. Act Castleman and Montgomery, presenting a new novelty comedy sketch entitled, "A Dream." 7. Picture The Wages of Sin. 8. Song Mnndy Lane. Program nt the Grand. New vaudeville acts Eddie Reeves and Will Crooks. Motion pictures "The Judge's Ward." "Pierrot Puddler, "Jane Is Unwilling to Work." IN BANKRUPTCY. Wanted Every woman In Pendle- lineup in the game Saturday with the ton to use Pendleton Cash Market's j'.lntnni, and Glen was one of the suc hams, bacon and lard They're the j cessful candidates for the tenor sec best Phone Main 101. J Hon of the glee club In a recent try- out. At Pacific Const Lcnjnie. Portland, 1st game R. H. E ' Change In Faculty. Sacramento 1 6 Portland 6 10 Second game Sacramento 2 5 Portland 0 4 I Miss Katharine Kahley, teacher In I I English at the high school, has re ! signed to accept a very favorable po- 0 sltlon In the Portland schools. With 3 her sister .Miss Kahley will leave for At Frisco, morning game R. H- E. Portland tonight. Her position in the I .os 4 .. I t w . I .' '.... I ' a v o work. Inquire 315 Lewis street. i San Francisco 6 10 If you want good dry wood, ring i Afternoon game uu Henry Koplttke. phone Main 178. Lot Angeles 5 Nicely furnished rooms for rent, furnace heat, bath. 612 Willow street. More moving pictures shown than any other theatre in the city the Pastime. Wanted Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Address, "F," this -office. Carpets cleaned on the floor by the powerful Electric vacuum cleaner. U C Rader. Fresh fish Tuesdays and Fridays at Pendleton Cash Market. Phone Main ltl. For rent Furnished houso at 212 East Bluff street. Inquire at 20( Bluff street For sale 50 head of good milch cows. Enquire of T. J. Cheney, Pen dleton, Oregon. For rent 7-room house at 109 Stonewall Jackson street. Inquire of Ralph Rowland. 1 1 13 San Francisco 7 At Oakland Morning game: R. II. E Oakland 11 16 Vernon 5 9 Afternoon Oakland 4 9 Vernon 2 6 4 high school has been assigned to Miss 1 h'tella Mnrple who Is now at work up I on her new duties. Miss Marple's old 1 : room, the fifth grade in the Washing 3 ton school, Is now seeking a teacher. Stroke of Paralysis. 1 Tom Baker, the well-known pioneer t tendon Knights. Damon Lodge No. 4, K. of P., will work in the second rank this evening; also social session and refreshments. All members please attend. R. E. TARBET, C. C. It W. FLETCHER. K. R. S. 9 resident of this city, suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home In west Pcn 1 dlcton, yesterday afternoon. As Mr. liaker Is past .5 years of age it was feared for a time that the attack would prove fatal but he is greatly improved today. The left side was affected and rendered entirely helpless. Hay and Pasture for Sale. On Pine creek, Harney county. Timothy hay and fine, green pasture. Good shelter and open water. Eleva tion, 3600 feet. Heyes & Van Deweer, Van, Oregon. When money tnlks It usually gets an encore. Jobnoon-Bronaott, James G. Johnson and Amelia M. Bronson were married at 1 p. m. yes terday, Rev. R. E. Storey of the Bap tist church, officiating. The cere mony was at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Bertha Maaek at 318 Willow street. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will make their home at 710 Starr street. Mr. Johnson was formerly of Bolaa. At present he Is employed in the Byers mill. In the District Court of the United Stnt.s, for the District of Oregon. In the Matter of J. C. Wright, a Bankrupt. To the creditors of J. C. Wright, of the County of Umatilla, and District j aforesaid, Bankrupt; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on the 7th day of October, A. D. 1909, the said J. C. Wright was duly adjudicated a bankrupt, and that the j first meeting of his creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned. RefeVee In Bankruptcy, at Pendleton, I T-Wltiltrt Cnnn... l"ircrtY1 rt. OlnhPI" 23, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m. on said day at which time and place the creditors may attend prove thoir claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before the said meeting. Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this 9th day of October. 1909. THOS. FITZ GERALD. Referee in Bankruptcy. ESTRAY NOTICE. There came to my place Sept. 1. 1909. on Birch Creek, one black Jersey cow, brand ed C. B. on left hip and F. L. con nected with F backwards on right hip. Owner please call for same. C. H. Olcott. WANTED Men and Boys to learn plumbing. Plumhers in demand everywhere, earn $6.00 to $8.00 per day, short hours. By my methods I make you a practical plumber In a few months. Edward MrCaffery Plumbing School, 20 Riverside Ave., Spokane, Wash. "Better Goods for Less Money" at Wohlenbergs Dept. Store Ml-' Union Salt at $1.00, $1.25 and $2.00 Women's Union Suits at $1.00, $1.25, $2.25 and $3.00 Women's Extra Size Union Suits, Wool $1.25 and $2.75 $1.50 White Woolnap Blankets, Special $2.98 pair The Famous Klosflt Petticoat at $195 and $3.00 each The Famous Perrin Glove for Women of Taste, at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 pair The Famous Kaho Corset in all the New Shapes, ot 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.50 and $5 An Entire New Stock or Thoroughly Dependable Shoes for Women ami Children We Mean a Fresh, Newly Made Stock. No Old, De cayed Shoes Shown Here. You May Feel Absolutely Sure of Getting the Best Your Money Can Bu jr. New Stylish La oo Coat Sets at $1.65 and $1.75 NOW Wool Waists In Black, Broun, Navy, Grey $3.00 each Look elsewhere if you will be fore buying here, but be sure, ab solutely sure, of looking here be fore buying elsewhere. Wohlenberg Dept. Store "BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY." Phone Main 548 Free Delivery FUEL anything you want in FUEL Reck Springs Coal Good dry Oak, Black Pine, Yel low Pine, Fir, Slab Wood and Split Wood . - - B. L. Burroughs Phono Main 5. Office 50" Main Street, Near O. R. & N. Depot. Byers' Best Flour Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread is assured when BYERS BEST FLOUR is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled Barley always on hand. Pendleton Roller Mills Pendleton,' Oregon HURRAH FOR. A BIG WEEK In connection with our Monster Closing Out Sale of our $25, 000 Men's and Boys Department completely by Jan. 1st. We will, beginning Monday morning give absolutely FREE a pretty waist with every Ladies and Misses Skirt Sold. We are now showing over 400 pretty skirts in the very latest New York styles in Black, Navy, Brown, Green and dozens and dozens of fancies. The prices range from $4.00 to $22.00. Take your pick and we will give you absolutely FREE a pretty shirt waist. Over 600 shirt waists now in stock from the cheapest to the best Children's Pretty Suits by Express LISTEN ! with every $4.00 Skirl a $1.00 walsl tnt With every s.vno Skirt a SI. 25 waist fnu with every 16.00 Skirl a $1.50 waist free with every 17.00 Skirt a SI. 75 waist free With every 18.00 skirt :i $2.00 waist tree with every, $9.00 skirt a $2.25 "nlst fee With every $10.00 skirt a $2.50 free With every $11.M skirt s $3.50 waist free with every $15.00 Skirt a $-1.00 waist free With i vory SI8.00 Skirt a JJQ w:iist free With every $10.00 skirt a tr.'no mim fi $0i00 waist free With every $2.50 Skirt a We Make No Charges for Alterations 20 of them in ages 3 to 8, all shades, this is our third shipment this season, price $6.50 They will go in a hurry i F. E. LIVENGOOD & CO.