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TUKSDAY, JUNE 15, wn.
THF QHftnT AT WAII.A WALLA h ofHoHt, Nrrffwl in
"""" " tnn nn thu W. At l K. train
."11 S, i U.. !!..., 1 1 ' i ij I. ........ I I.,, t i Inn
Cull for. I. (i. mutuary liutUir for sale
at the ItftMOM.
OboiM fresh rmirli I'Ktf" rcrei I "!
every iIhv t ttip Standard.
Rpflni rhtrketie, fruit anil all k inilp
of prod Dot at tin- Stanilanl.
Helix ili'foatpil Adam in the tfHiiie .
TWO HUNDRHD MARKSMEN ARB PRES
KNT AND TO PARTICIPAIE.
For Street cr
ttut Repfftduct it. , f ,
There arc other shoes at
this price. The difference
is to the shoes. The dif
former has made
Queen Quality Shoes
world fatuous. All sizes
one price 13,00
Practical Un it nn 1 Sinn- Men.
llawlcy's liav- a fine lint- of gloVM
Mny your window shades h'
One ' it i ' I I mi i I safe for nil Ol
A full lint) of fancy jiroceries al the
Holid mountain potatoes still on hau l
at Haw ley 'a.
Blue mryv unit, ft', Cleaver Hros.
Dry Uoods Oo,
I'antn, II In f a pair. Cleaver llr..
Dry Hoods Co.
A few racycle. anil Crawford hiovlcs
left at WithtK'a.
Oarden horn at all prices utul nuar.in
teed at Withee's.
Have your picture framed . late-'
stylos at Murphy'a.
Fancy rassimerc suit-.. 'i. Cleaver
Hros. Dry (ioods Co.
New deaigna in wall paer at
Murphy's paint store..
Chip mlal .- rherries, liernei,
steamed ham at lliiwley'e.
At Radar's furniture atore is tin
finest line i t rug's ami niattinu.
Automatic refrigerators and Hater
coderM at Kudor's furniture hi, ire.
Window shades, curtain polee, mir
ror a. etc., at Bailor's furniture store.
Oldest place and hot tatiutles, at l.
Hoy's, cor. Court and QsfdoO street s
We will cloae out our entire line id
teel ranges at coat, linker g I'olaom.
Kinost llama and lurd on the market.
BOOM product; try it, ita guaranteed.
Huhwan A Oreulirh.
Kemoval aale, (ioods at less than
coat fur out week only. Come ipnck.
Vaughan's racket atore.
Ice cream for names and lodge
soeiahles at apeciul pricea. ijuality
guaranteed. Candy Dutton.
Crescent hieyeles on the installment
plan at the Creacent agency in the Kast
Oregon ian huilding, payments l a
week, no interest.
l.oat Hither on Main or Altu
street, a tine linen hitndkerc-li let . i'l
lace edge. Kinder will receive Muta
ble reward if returned to tli i tflM
A l"-(tnt header and lour hreder
ImmIh, all in good condition, for Hah-.
Impure of PlOfOI ,v Tweedy, m at
Zeiger'e Idackamith shon north of court
IBM caaea, counters, a lot id No
lumler, e ii s hand fluorine, olhrt
deak. at.ive, liedatead and springs, etl .
tor aale cheap at once. v aughaii s
ilave you noticed.' Nn'.' Well von
can net a fjL' tn :i hat for 11.40 at the
men's liat aale for the golobrotloo iii
the Fourth at Posdletoa'l I if hnsv
of haaehall at the latter place laat
atnfilay hy a acore of I" to 14.
Pound OB Saturday, June B, almtit
nne nlhl trom town, a ailver watch.
Owner ran secure name hy rail inn at
thia oflOl anil paving charges.
BMl M Chapter, Order of Kastern
Htar, will hold a regular convocation
tonight. Aa'thla will he the laat meet
ing until next Septemla'r.all memhera
are earneatly reqtieated to tie proaent.
Wheat aonth "f Athena and Adama
will lie ready for harvept alauit July
Ifi, accord t lie Id OoOfJM Pvrittnw He
hHa aomethiiiB like 2X)"1 acrea ol wheat
on the reaerration In that vicinttv and
will cnniDienre harvpptinB M that date.
F'.very one intereted in atrinn inatrn
menta and who play are PeqQOtted tn
meet at Waketiehl ,V I'aillnK'a i turn
warerootiia on Court atreet on Tneilay
even tag, 4mm -''. and bring their in
"trumenta. The ohject of the DMWtlng
ia tn forni a gMM club.
U i. I ra.ier baa opened up hi"
Htationery atore adjoiniiiK L. llunxi
ker'a jewelry atore, in the nmm
tormerly oeenpied by F'. W. MeOofBM
a- an nlliiv tor the pun naae ot wheat,
lie h aome of hia Roodl already ar
rautted and till hew MMk keeps romiuu
The printer" Hnd clerk- have ar
ranged tor a name nf bOBebnll on the
Alta atreel itroiinda at l':: n o'oloefe on
tin afternmii. ol Suiuhu , Jone 80, The
prmtera will beVB priirt lea ! I v th" BMM
team aa that which played aRamat the
Imrher- on June In. Manaaer Jim
Welch will WMOaOl the iiaiuea iih.iI
poeltiOM Of the MMOWfl of hia team
in the near future.
OeWfgB Bmeti while out ahoppinn
, laat Miturdey, purchiKeii a chicken at
the White floilae yrncery. When lie
tOOl it DOBM hia JTOOBg ami Charlie
"poke for the (fi.ard, aavins that he
believed that chicken had la-en eating
Bold. The chicken waa killed and
j ('harlea Bt the giiurd. lie panned
t out the contents ol the above men
; tinned nrnan, and atire BBOUeb atruck
B'dll lie But nne minuet 'if a weinht
piillicient tn he worth nearly centa.
The piece id f 1 1 tl wa" not ill ita
native atate, nut wa- a pt irom a
maiiufactiireii article of jewelry of
CIRCIS VBN IM TROUBLE
Th Blllpoitart In Advance ot Mc
Donald'! Show Thraaian to Strike
Harry ilucnhart and a force of five
men arrived in 1'etnlletou mi .Monday
in a special car and proceeded tn bill
the town lor McDonald 'a circus which
is to I'nine here on July 4. I'bey posted
tip a -c;t ,ii:in'ttv : I ancr, att 'l
In tneir husiiieas during the da , ami
nine nf the men wanted to draw tOSJM
nf the mmiev BOOling tn them in tin
eveuniB. Mr. lluaenhart reluaed tn
allnw tliein In draw anv of their
wanes Tins Iue-ilav h ireiioon , .1 il tit
2i, F. M. Ileutmi quit hi- job and en
tered anil in Juatice ' l'it lierald's
I court tn recover fid.io Inr wanes
aih'Beo tn lie line 1 lie siimumns waa
Biven ti .Inlili M llelitlev In serve. II
eiit down to the (I. K..V X. depot
and attached the car for the debt, ami
placed the car in charge of Deputx
Sheriff 1 1. Turner. Mr. lluaenhart
aava he has the ear leaaed and that
Mr MoOould has no claim on it,
and that, therefore, it cannot In- held
(Ol a dcht owed by Mr. McDnnald.
The nwhcrahlp of the car ami the
liahilitv of Ituaeiihart will la- aettled
in Juatice Fit lierald's court.
Oanaral Strike Threatened.
Mr. BOeWborf ha- iiructicallv
llllislied paiiertun the town, and the
trike war dmi't affect him much.
Two nf the men have already quit, ami
the other three are awaltlliB the out
00JMJ nf the poBjdiOg suit before they
deride hat thev will do. It HOOtOn
wina ills case and nets hia money the
others will follow his example
The home) mat man in I'end l.'toii as
well us the handsomest, and other
are invited to cull on anv dfOggiM
and net ITOB a trial bottle ol Kemp's'
Italsain for the throat and iunn- I
rcinedv that i uarOBtOod la 00N ami
relieve all eh- mn and acute ibIis
aathma. bnMOlbtil and oiisiiiuplion. ,
Price He and fOe, For sale by Tall '
man A l o, , aoir anent-
Come and Celebrate
the Fourth of July.
Make our store your
have a nice line of
stationer)' ami toilet
articles. All titer latest
hooks and magazines
TALLMAN & CO
Narrowly Kieaped Inlury
M. A. Fcrnuson and u man alio ar
I iinpaiiled him. name unknown, nar
rowly eacaned injiirv at 11 :SU o'clock
on the iiinbt id Monday. June 24.
Mr. Ferguson is a wheat warehouse
man ami IMOrOeWO man. of Aduins
He had hia team in F mimic's livorji
ham and was ready to atart lor home
at the above mentioned hour. As he
was ii. iiit tn atart, the horses havinn
been hitched lip and the men lating in
the car'ia.n , one ot the atrap 1 1 1 1: 1 1 u'
op the neekyoka broko Tm- horses
atarted out ami ran up Maiu to Alta
street, missinn the lolepbone pole in
front ol the I'emlleton goviegi t an
by a narrow UiOrelD, I'lo-v lontiniird
tlieir wild race ea-t on Aita -trret and
. were llnally lltnitglll tn a standstill
near the -t. Fr.tans OeodeWJ With
the exception nf the hmken strap M
Iditiuage was done apparently. Mr.
i ernnaou neni on to tin tines lot ilrar
I life and prevented the horses (nun
getting tat oooogb from ibo oorrioge to
allow the poh to drop from the m-ck-i
Mike, in that fact he owes hie escape
I I ran lerloni Isjorj .
Th Ptnnaole ot Kamo.
tin meal home d woudar ami re
servoir of nature's rarest treasures in
conjunction with the latest and greatest
modern arenn achievement Muher .1 .
McDonald ColuOOOl oh 0010, It is said
no other show in America can compare
with it in point of merit, the many
lAleiv dloOOVOrod ammala in It nraml
meiianerie. Ita OOOOflic and amphiha
collection, a walrus, sea holla, aeals.
etc , etc. Its marvelous ethuolonical
asaeinhlv of profound interest to
MioatiOtl and the neneral public. Ita
dual cirrus and hiiipodrome feats. Ita
aviarv of tropical birda. lis mechani
cal museum ot latest labor OBViag de
vices and counties- til at time featurea
never Udore seen aci nmnany inn 1 in led
Shows, which will exhibit at I'endle
ton, July 4.
Athena, June 2.V Kichard llntlen,
who has hern a reanlent of this city
for the naat an vrar-, t.ft Monday for
l is old hum, at ( oral, MiebigOO. Mr.
lirltlen baa tired ol tile weat and will
remain permaiieiitly in the caal.
Mra. day Clark, of I'emlleton, viaitcd
in thia city veaterdav.
Shoot Opened on the Garrllon
Ground! and Continues to End
ot the Week.
Walla Walla. June The 17th
annual tonrnameiil of the hportaman's
Aran, lotion of the Northwest opened at
the eorrieoo groondo kodo ami will
eontlMO lllUMgjlll0l the week. Yeater
day was taken up in pool ibOOtiOg t
the natherinn marksmen At ! n'clock
laat evening in the dining rnnina of
the lintel Dacrea waa held the annual
buaineas tneetiiiB- The election ol
nthrera will be held Wedneaday even
lOgi One hundred and titty phootera
'are already in the city and It ia
Itboogbt that the nurnner will he
swelled at leapt At) more. Over MO
I olobo are reprepeuted and the repreeen
i tativea come from all part- of the
NorthWOftj from the Kncky laountainp
to the straitp of San Juan de Fuca ;
icituetiaof two natinna, (ireat Hritian
and the I nited Statea.
The meet is under the atippicea of
the Walla Walla (iun club and ita
members have snared neither time nor
money to make the tournament the
innat NCOOMlOl ever held hy the ggffejt
Owing to the hospitality of Maj. L.
I. Polk, comiiiandinn otlicu at Fort
Walla Walla, the narriaon nr,nnds
wen secured and the event" take
place on the military reaervation.
Anv person takinn malt or apiritu
mis llqnori on the nrounda or havinn
it in hia possession will la- liable tn
arrest hy the military authorities.
TtBO tboOeond dmiars in trophies
and over fillOO in cash will he shut
for, Tents, awn log! and chairs fur tin
i i hi eii it-m e ni the eTmotera are in
place, and a lunch counter ami a r
Iresliiiient stand are alao on th1
nrounda. The ahnutlllB station- and
the tents are decorated with American
Four sets ol trap" win la- iiaed in
shunt iub the different events. 'I wt
are cmniiosed nf three acta of trapa
arrauneil on the S,. meant ayiteni ; out
la a act ol live experta placed in a
"trainht line three vards apart over
which all troiihv events will he phot
ami one is a Manautrap which will ht
used only for extra . vents and pool
ahnottiiB The trophies and medals to
he contested for are:
Multnomah medal, at prcacnt held
In J. W. Merritt, nf Spokane; thret
nan team championship trophy, held
by Spokane mn club dlolie trophy
held hv P. J. Ilolohan, nf Wallace
Idalm; Malta Walla llruwulee. medal
donated tn the aaanciation hy M. H
Brown lee, of SH)kane, ami to hi enn
teateil tor ahhiiallv illirinu lite ot
ornaiiixation ; Anaconda cup, held hv
Will Q, Campbell, of Walla Walla';
Itmwnlec tmphv, held hv T. Ft. Ware,
ni Spokane. The rlral three daya of
tin' tournament will he devoteil to
tarnet ahoounn ami on Friday ant
satiirdav live bird ennteata will he
'The followinn program will
carried out today.
I. vent one. set one b" targets
added, winner H per cent, IO0OM
I. vent two. set two lo tarnets,
added, winner aO per cent, second
Brent three, set one l'i targets,
added, winner 40 per cent, second
third 20. fourth 11).
Kvent four, aet twn I.S tarBets,
added, winner fai ptir rent, aecond
third L'l), fourth 10.
r.vent ine, Multminiah medal 2 "i
targets, all per cent ol puree Bea to
present holder of medal ; tlrpt prixe,
medal; aeioud prize all per cent, third
.ft) per cent of lialauce, fourth 2t) per
F;vent six , act one la tarnets, l:tt)
adiletl, winner 40 per cent, aecond H0,
third 20. foorth It).
I vent aeven, net two PS tarnets. tilo
added, winner 41) aar cent, second :S0,
tiiird 20, i Mirth It).
Fivent I'lnht, set one lo tarnets. fM
I Mn!, winner 40 per cent, aecond 30
third 20, foOTth 10.
1 en' nine, set two :."i tarnets. IHd
added, winner 40 iter cent, pecond ,'kl
third 20, fourth 1U.
F.vent ti, set three- three-man-
team chainpioiiihip trophy. 21) targets.
.V) added. Dnlv bnnihde memlaara of
any cluh hel'iiiging to the aaam'iat ion
leinmle. Firat prixe, team tnudiv.
Id by Simkai.e clun and oO per cent
purse, aecond prile SO per cent
third prixe 20 per cent.
Ninety Shootart Take Part.
The lirsl event oimned at H o'clock.
with ninety shunters preeeut, ami the
weather cloudy ami some rain. Those
lni obtained firat money in thia event
were -heard, Uowe tevelis. Coiqier.
Morrltt, T. I stevena, Bolboob,
.lamer Mnith, liehw and Dooo,
earl, making a -core ot la out of
In the second event lirat money waa
bored In by Vbltwortb, Bloolow,
Oooforr, Sheard and Snyiier, tin -r
OMafeing the fill I acore.
In the third event F'lohr. Ilolohan.
.-mails and llulRht captured third
liiouev , making the full acore.
The acore nf Pendleton abuotera in
the three events were as followa: H.
J HtllloMM, 11, 12, II; Spence. 14, 12,
10; Waite, 11, I;;, 12; A. D. Htillmaii,
V, 7, 10.
.1. M . -penif, of Pendleton, in 11
lo-hird matches wins innnev in ti with
acore ol 1 II and 14.
(he Multnomah medal ia laoiin abut
lor at o'clock.
brother, Unci Walker, and ia mat. -ng
hia home in the town of Helix.
Miaa Mnhle Anderson, nf Salt l.ake
Citv, will arrive nn thia evening:''
train from the eaat on a visit tn M r-F'ri-derick
W. Vincent. Mips- AodOTOOn
viaitiHl in Pendleton twn years ag" and
baa inanv friends here tn welcome bet
James M. Fllgin has returned from
hia eastern WaphihBlnn farm, near
Connell, Franklin county, lo aiiarin
tend harvest OpOTOtlOM on hia lands
north nl I'emlleton. Mr. Blgln will
return lo Connell in September to
make hip Mrmanent home on hip
farm near there and will prnhaldy dia
pose of the 1120 acrea of valuable land
he owns near Pendleton.
John W. Jonas, a brother of William
H. Jnnea, who recently came tn Pen
dleton from M ippoiiri, w ill leave at 8 : Iii
on Wednesday niorninB
W'aah., tn engane in the Bardening
bniineaa. Hip son, (ienrge Jonea, went
ti Alto several wrekp ago, and ip in
the emplnyment of thp 0. K. A N.
rompany. Hia dntiea are to watch the
Alt' bridge and see that BO danger
befalla trains paaainn aloiiB. ami that
the bridge does not catch fire from any
, rropo.ed by th. Joint tommlMlon
or Revision of lh thureh.
No perann ilivorred Inr canae 0TI0.
..' - u,l niprrviiiB again
iiib alter marrmar - - - ..,,.
during the lifeli.ne ! '-'': ,,'. tn
it- aim ri hiiiiiip '
t., he i Vfirrc mmoii
. ,,..,t inti nr
!" am ur c "' " , ,,
partv to the MtbOOq H marriage or
Ihen penitent Ond In mimed ate
danger 'nf death, bOl Ihll non
, ap,dv tn the innocent par tv n
vorce."- Sect mn I of Canon SS of the
Protestant BplMOpOl church bp p'o
pooed by I he joint cnmni.PP.on on
"tMi iow-flnoJ tore tor an otmoiI
0 a hiabnp-which has boon agreed M
hv the loin) noamiorioo pjlno to
revt.e the eonetitotiotl and canonp o
the Protestant F'.pipcnpal rhnrch. will
,.,.n the attitude nf the
keieMk Ktaaud divorced nerennp, bring
for Alto, 'ins Hp p""ltlnn nearer m mn. -
Koman Catholic rinirrn, wn....
not rooognitt dlrorce ot oll
Taken to the Penitentiary.
Deputy Sheriff Joe BiOkHTJ left for
Salem tins morning having Chris
Kohl in etlPtody, aellletned t.. serve e
term of six months in the atate peni
tentiary. Koi ia the ynting man
who waa arrested hy (Miner William
-cheer shortly after midnight on the
morning of Wednesday , June 10. while
attempting to break into the Peoples
WorooOOM through a rear windnw
Hi- waived examination before Justice
Fitr (ierald, and pleaded guilty when
brought boiofO Judge F.lllS ill the
circuit court He got the minimum
penelty for such a crime.
lea Cream and Strawberries.
After the regular luisineas has been
dispoaed of thia evening at the meeting
if Pendleton (amp, no. 41, Woodmen
of the World, those present will in
dulge in a social seasion. which will
include the serving of ice cream and
atrawlaarr ies. The committee having
charge of the affair invite all inein
Ists, and those having made applica
tion tn la-conic member-, tn he present
Those who cannot attend the business
session will be in time if thev get
i OOP '
Will Issue a Call.
Ilaker City, June 2f. Manager H.
S. McCallum, of the Raid Mountain
and Mammoth mining companies, will
issue a call for a meeting of the La-t
ern dregm, delegatea to the Interna
tional M iniug Cmigrees, at Hniae. His
purpose ia to have them organise for
effective work, and to do whatever is
poeaihlc that mav contribute to the suc
cess of the gathering, and interest the
lelegatos in Northwest mines, particii-
larv those ol Oregon.
The St. Louis ralr.
St. lamia, Mo.. June 2a. -The
World 'a fair directors today decided
iiKin Foreat Park as the site tor Un
fair in 1IH).'I.
The Chinaman Sabled.
Bona tune agu a well-known San
Fraiirisrn attoruev. who prides himself
upon his handling of Chinese wit
nesses, waa defending a railway
damage rase. Instead of following the
nana! iiticatinna a- tn name, reaidence.
if the nature of an uath were under-
-toon, etr., he hegan VV hat is r
name K I.ung." "TOO live in
san TranciMcn'. Yea. " "You
sahhic iixl'"' "Mr. Attorney, if vuu
mean do 1 umlerataml the entity of
ntir t'reator, 1 will simply say that
Thursday evening next I shall address
the State Miniaterial Aaaia'iation on
the subject of the 'Divinity of Christ, '
and shall be pleased to have vou attend."
ST. JOE STORE
OUR SPECIAL SALE
Continued Until June 30th:
Our Bargain Tree is Hanging Full 0f
fa ,,ut Patroni, You all untlerotand what this
Will continue t make
RED HOT PRICES
.. ill tli II , I II .- I M r. A I hAa '
II ytni iioiii --- " is ri
LYONS ME KUAN TILE CO.
We want vou to trv OWL HIGH
GRADE BAKING POWDER
It is manufactured from hifn
mdo cream ol tartar and hi CM
l.onate of soda A little starch II
used to prevonl bomictl action
and prffVO from atmospheric tn
WE OUARANTfedl THE
Altu v I TATEIIENT.
Nut he i highly odvortlood por
diict it s. Us at' 40c per pountl.
Mom y refunded if you do not like
Owl Tea House.
Locust Hill Rabbitry
and Poultry Yards
Prepare for the
Step in and see the fine line of
By procuring one of our
viau- iMiiiiiK nooin ets, Jj,,..
of choice design, fine finish.
ni""' nmi vavnu at prices
f ni'etnc It rn..:..
maftltllii: inirrgm mm umm
Main and Webb
Pedlcreed Belgian Mares
and pure bred Fowli.
Hares. 5 00 per iMtlr, t tmeh,
Borrotl, HufT, and White I'lytn
outh Rin ks I'.uks IL'.OO jssr lfi,
X sittings for n 00; also aome
Harml Kuck iki(s at $1.M per
Hum and Single Comh Khiale
Island Kwls I w $-.00 latr 16,
: sittings for ")""
Visitors welcome. For further
A Summer Snap
it is, iutletl , tu supply your hot
tvuathur net-do from our array of cool,
litfht and hainlsuuie footwear. IX very
shoe want of town aud country, iiusi
iii 01 and pleasure, in and out of doors,
M met in this smart display of the
ooooa'l novoltioa, Mauy aoarculv
Itnos wiiat t.. lake from such a pro.
fiisfon of first choices ut melted prices.
OutiiiK alioeH for Law 10 at $; SO, etc.
PeDdleton Slme Co.,
HERSON AL UNTiON.
-. L Morse, deputy 1. ti. marshal,
is in t'eiidleloii today on hasiiieas.
Mn Myrtle Hill, of Helix,
I ehilletuh visiting with tier
It. Reese and family, of Milton,
were guests of the Hotel I'eudletoii
W. I UiOOOS, tin- cattleiuaii of
Nyosti, .Malheur county, is a guest nf
the Hotel I'eudletoii.
L M HoOOBi who is iii rendleton
from Helix, says he will commence
work in Ins harvest tiehls on Fridot
Kl.icrt Thoiupeou has moved with
his familv irom Alliauy to I'eudletoii.
He is a spinner in the I'emlleton
Mm, V I. lieeptkin ami dauulitern.
the Misses Kleauor and Constance
tiespulii.have returnel from a pleasant
trip to 8pukaiie.
.Miss tiortrudc Muruby, of Walla
Walla, the sister of l-rank Murphv, is
a guest at the home of her aunt Mrs.
.vlarv v. Murphy, oh Kant Webb
Mi.-.- Poor! LOCO", daughter of Mrs.
Mollie Hutler, arrived home (ruui
KogOaOi VOOffO slie lias heen a student
at lot Mate university, on Monday's
uveriuiiu flyer. '
Mrs. Or. llrown, who lias been tiv
tug at Haker City lor aeveral years,
was in I'emiletou on Mouday, on her
way to Waitsburg, Wash., where she
win make her home. Mrs. Brown waa
formerly MisejMattie I, and
County Cuiuuiieeioiier Horace Walker
The Place to Buy : : : :
Is when- you can get quick
mid cheap prices. Put in
your order for header beds
water tanks and feed racks.
Heat line of
ing papr, Tar
Screen 1 'ours A
or Dootti Ttin
rBdktoo Planing Mill and
R. FORSTER, - Proprietor.
When to Spend die Sunnier.
A Natural Health Reoort.
Good Fiohing and Hunting.
All kinds of hsirts, Shooting gallery,
Howling alley, Crisp and Dancing.
Telephone connection to all points.
Mail three time per week.
Endicott, Warren dt McFaul,
m m m. m 0T- atF fla oaasea
Wt have about fio suits of clothes in short lots of two and
e. O .. km t
suits ol a kina, sues irom 35 to 39, wnicn we are going to puth
at a sacrifice to make room for other goods. During sale w.
$10 Suits at $8 $8.00 Suits at $6.50
$12.00 Suits at $Q.O0
and a corresponding reduction on all cheaper suits.
Wa also have a number of hovs suits that will be pushed nn.
nrsn t ri,lnr-tirif, frnttt tt r.tr,ilur Mrirsc I inn t iti.'l al
oeiore you uuv your suit.
tir . 1 1 ... : ... j 1 a ... ,
vc 1111 (unci I'M i,ii 1 111 ics c'vi-rv in. inn wt' (. ,i,,m ,.i
own, and most of our customers will understand what a reductioi
our ow n prices means
Diisenberrv Building Main Street. Bennett k Tata,
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THE FOURTH OF JUL!
Always an Objeot of Intoreot
li-eils by il- liKHl.lriiKiil u.lsuper.or iireiuciii !C
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NatU by I
iT FOR SALE IN
For sale, lot 4 In block j.
rooiaence lot at a low
C. S. JACKSON.
Largest Morning Parade
Ever Held Illuminated
Parade at Night...Sports
rf all Kinds A Large
Dance Platform will be
Erected Three days'
1 m, inllaiiiLUAliuua,
IrrflAtiuiu or ulcvrattuua
' in 11 i 1 us Uji'tubraue.
I'-Ulllt-eMt. Mini l,,,l lulrn.!
r gut in pUiu MrMf,
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iiculavr gat oi rvyucksi
bunasrd rernsd) tar Qlest
UuilurrliuiA end Munniuy
IN 4a H0UHS. Curet Kid
aey sad atauldsr IreaMat
$3.50 to $S Delivered
Order of and sav- niuoey
r(lr for Kubber btiuus
Jan sollcltd. 1
EAST OKEGON1AN PUB.QQ
Morrr s school
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surruuiiiliuat. e. ft., , h, ' . 'uiilul
S,uir. . .7,. , ,, "'"
M.11I.. l-rk. H.11 HuJ ,rLm. School
'-mi all Utete
feeli.l for 'atMl..J
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Now is the time ant
11' I' IS till' I.l-w .. .. 1 ... 1
s ' Up outfit wlule 1 have a large stock and am attt
"JP IUCfa articles as camp stoves, tents, wagon tfl
'oU,,,,K c,,air. cots and l.HU. - m.A ma- oik"
' rilfilgf necessary to enjoy a summer's outing.
1 '" Man, Street Furniture Dealer.
Tat whm that is sky
Wgh in (jtiality
rrletl range t'roiu $22
to $)0l teriiiH to tmit.
AT CKEaCENT attt.NCT