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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1902)
0R THE COMING WEEK.
" ,: . iaAn We ftrn male itie tnenlala ,,f
roods. 'in Ixw y will rci i i . m.
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SEE PRICES BELOW:
Flan wraiats, special price $3.98
pjantlt-i waist-, special price 3 75
r.i u-aiHtf!. siH'cial nriee .ts
r ii iv a
-Jmnel ".nuts, special price 1.9
gjjjerdov n lressing saques. ppecUl price 1.3s
pur Raff BpBW price 1.18
CLOAKS ALL AT HALF PRICE.
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it: 1 .vi..ifiic ciiaifli i.n.... ".11.
, h 9e, ipeeUH price 19c
33 -3 per cent off on all Knit Goods.
Alexander Department Store.
ERS' BEST FLOUR
Iumake food hraad no Brers' Btt Floor. It look firm
Mniow at t!ip Chicago World's Fair overall competi
tion, t"' livM eieellant satisfaction wherever need,
gwrr nart guaranteed. We have the heet Hteam
Rnllsc BaiiHV, Seed Rjte and Beardless Barley.
rm " 'V' OrI r TSl" If ff r
W. S. BYOtfl, Proprietor.
line Engine for Sale
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isverv economical aftd guaranteed to tie satisfactory. Price
nding humps. Address
East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon.
WON IT THE DIlllS
PENDLETON KNIGHT8 WON
CONTEST AT THE DALLES.
Victory a Second Time Over Other
Lodge in Drilling.
Thr victorious K. P. hoys retutnei
yesterday evening from The Dalles
where they attended tho second an
nual convention of district No 4.
Knights of Pythian, ax Invited guests.
This district Include Wasco and
Multnomah counties and they lnvlto:1
Pamon Lodge down to participate
with the lodges of that district In a
competitive drill contest In the third
1 rank work, simitar to the contest had
here two weeks ago when Pendleton
was awardfd thy prize aud honor for
being the host deilled tam and doing
the smoothest work They also
"Inid it over" all their competitors In
the contest nt The Dalles and carried
off tin prise hlch was a liea.it 1 1 ul
altar iword, and the boys are tee I trie
quite elated over their success. Thc
say thv wrc treated royally by the
kr.ltht In The Dalles and after thr
work ".en Invited to participate hi a
hanqin t where the heat that could ht
found was set before them. They will
always have a warm place in their
heart ;r The Dalles and her peo
The Last Heard of It.
"My little boy took the ( roup ore
night and soon arew so had you could
hear hlni hteathi all over the house, -sat.
F. D Kcyiiolds. Mansfield. .
YV leaieil he would die. but a few
doses of One Minute Cough Cun
quickly relieved him and he "onl to
sleep. That's the last we heard of
the croup. Now Isn't a cotiai cure
like that valuable?" One Minute
Coup'' Core is absolutely safe and ais
Immediately For coughs, colds, croup,
grip, bronchitis and all other throat
and lung troubles It It a certain cure.
Very plensant to take. The little ones '
like It Tallman 4 Co. and flrock
PECTIIA? MENTAL AHHRRATION Of CONNECTICUT
mitt '5 is
George Nichols. Mi . Nicholr. Nichols Home.
Judge Nichols. Where . looting Occurred. Frank Clark.
Judge G. Duff Nichols, of Nw Cansjn. Conn., ordered his son to shoot
Frank Clark, and then turned ins (Nichols') wife out of doors. He has been
prominent in his home state tot many years.
SLATER GOES TO FRISCO.
Smith vs. He-Vu-tse-mil-kim Case to
R. J Slater left this morning for
San Francisco to appear before the
Cnited Stater, court of appeals In the
famous ease of Smith vs He yu tse
mil kl- whi h lias been figuring in
the courts of the country for many
years ui.d the history of which la fa
milial to everyone This case Is one
that Involves au allotment on the
rniutilhi - Ml laUOfl and was decided
In favor oi the plaintiff both by the
district court and Cnited States dla
trlet court and was then appealed to
the Cnited States court of appeals by
I he de
Drying imputations slniph develoi
dry i iitai rh . I hey dry hi
tions whii h adhere to th
and decompose, rattslni a
torm of latarrli
halants and use
soothe and heals
la such a remedy
rh or cold in the head easily
pleasantly. All druggists si H II
Ittothi I H
lai in in
thai the onMaarj
AvoM nil drying in
thai which elsaasi -
Kly'h ('ream Half,
and ill "lire ratal
it will he mailt by Kl
.'lli Wgl lell Stl i e, N'e
Chicago has Invested close to 11.
im iii golf grounds
DEATH OF HIRAM KEMLER.
Father of Dan Kemler Died in Fleet
II K Pill ol thih city, received the
s:id Intelligence by telegram Sstui
dn l hut Ins father. Hiram Ketulei
aged Nt. had died at his home In
Fleetwood Pa. Tlii was quite a
shock to Mr. Ketuler. as he was not
aware thai his lather bad been III. It
has been Hi years since they saw
in h Othet and owing in the uncertain'
i Ho navel now bOOBIiae "' ""'
lilts luulOS on the loads and (he ills
taare, Mr Keasler win not be able to
Bttead the runernl The cause of death
Ntoa not stated in the telegram.
Hit; discount all along
the line. Regular Bar
gain Counter. ThOCt
who come first will have
Kii discount mi all sewing ma
chines New machines from f j
up. second hand machine from
$. 1 10
Just atnvtd (ur the spring ttade
a lew Oriental rugs. Come and
sec then i
Main Street neat the Kudge.
WFLFIH ANNUAL CLlAKANlL SALE
Black Silk Waist $4.75.
These arj in the very latent styles,
good quality, silk tucked back tucked
md fancy fronts, D6W eleeves full
lined, very best workmanship.
100 Flannel skirt waist 66c.
$1.25 Flannel shirt waist 87c
$ 1 .50 Flannel shirt waist $ 1 .
cuts Butterick's Patterns and Fumicauon
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
$1.50 Tailor Stilting $119
00 inches wid in all the iark shades.
Nice for teJlorDMdfl Muts r w'kiiig
skirts. RuasnieJBf If 'nlv tae 8 yds.
for a skiii; or 4 vds ir a suit
SHOES FOR MEN
Box calf, high eul, $3.50, formerly $4 50
Kangroo calf, high cut $2.50, was $3.50
Leggins and Overshoes.
Men's Suits and Overcoats.
There it probably no bttttf prool
of tin remarkable vsJttft wc are
giving Q Men's, Boy's ami Child's
suits and overcoats than the many
eager buyers who daily attend this
i'oj today ami tomorrow tin- bur
geins are unusually attractive
Woilh up 10 f t
oith up e ay 30
Vei v noliceable redu tiutis made all through our
enaruielung Qoode depertnaeat; it will pay you to investigate.
he Peoples Warehouse