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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1902)
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PTIOMQ HM Suspenders, Boys Clothing,
U 8 I U li O U IN Gloves, Men's Shoes and Pants
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THE BIG WINDS
JAMES A. HOWARD TALKS
REGARDING THE PROPERTY.
Says It Has the Biggest Hlgh-Grade
Ore Bodies In the Camp Three
Feet of $150 Ore Red Boy Proper
ty Is Looking Very Fine.
James A. Howard, secretary of the
Red Boy Consolidated Gold Mines
, Company, and also of the Golconda
Consolidated Gold Minos Company,
; has -recently returned from a two
weeks' visit at the properties of the
companies in which ho is interested.
Seen by a representative of the
, East Oregonian, he reported things
in the camp in general In flrst-class
shape. At the Red Boy everything
, is running smoothly with a full force
of men and the Concord ground, re
cently acquired by the consolidated
company, is being rapidly opened up,
' showing up some splendid mineral
; ization. Both the Blaino and Helen
Mantles Guaranteed for 45 Days
CCJ'ACjia J. XV A1 JUL IIC-A
THING JUST OUT
BEST IN THE WORLD
candle power respectively for the single and triple
ves. They are made in two .grades. Price 30 and
John Barrett Company
'...NOW OPEN... I
Health and Slimmer
Twenty-two Miles East of
Pendleton on 0. R. & N.
from all points
For further information
t Bingham Springs 3
I GIBBON, Ore.
veins of that ground are disclosing
largo bodies of high-grade milling
Tho ore of the Red Boy is also
showing up better than for several
months past, the mill is doing bet
ter than last summer and, taking it
all In all, this property is. looking
more promising than for a long time.
Tho lack . of more marked improve
ment in tho showing of tho Red Boy
is duo to the fact that sinco Febni.
nry 1 a great deal of dead work has
been dono in drifting and opening up
tho Concord ground.
Asked if it was the intention of
tho company to continue deep sink
ing in the main shaft and put in tho
Olive creek water power during tho
orcsent summer, Mr. Howard stated
that arrangements were being per
fected as rapidly as possible, tho con
summation or which would mean tho
sinking of the shaft at least 1000 feet
cloeper and tho completion of, tho
Olive creek water power plant so
the company can develop nt least
2000 horse-power. Tho company
hopes and believes that it will bo
able to get both of these enterprises
well under way during the present
summer and fall.
Speaking of tho Golconda, ho said
that tho reports appearing in tho
nowspapers regarding this proporty
were substantially correct. Develop
ment there is disclosing high-grade
oro beyond tho most sanguine Jiopes
and expectations of tho purchasers.
In addition to tho fact that tho
management has been nble to follow
up tho rich shoot disclosed by tho
workings of tho Messrs. English, tho
moat important disclosure has boon
tho opening of a rich shoot nt tho
tunnel level, immediately off tho
collar of tho shaft.
"To the south of this level," said
Mr. Howard, "we havo opened a
shoot of high-grade sulphide oro av
eraging $150 across tho three feet
lying along tho wall. Wo havo now
plenty of ore to start tho mill, a 20"
stamp concentrator plant, and it is
only 1 question of policy as to
whether tho mill shall be started
within a month or six weeks or not.
"Taken all in all, tho Golconda, in
my opinion, is developing more high
grade oro in proportion to tho amount
of work done than any other mine in
"It is only a'question as to whether
we will be able to hang on to tho
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"Vos; Wis doctor Iuib forliUtilen in to ua tobacco."
ore shoot, and as to its continuity,
how largo and vnluablo tho proporty
WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT.
Delegates to the Grand Convention
Elected at La Grande.
La Grande, Juno 10. Tho Fifth
district convention, hold hero yestor
day of tho Women of Woodcraft, was
represented by between GO and 75
dolegatcs. Tho dologatca olocted to
attend tho grand Women of Wood
craft convention at Cripplo Crock,
Col., in August, were: Mrs, Kim
ball, of Pendleton; Mrs. Portor, of
Baker; Mrs. Bessor, of Tho Dalles.
Tho alternates aro: Mrs. Mlnnlo
Stillman, of Pendleton; Mrs. Mc
Cord and Mrs. Humphrey, of Bakor
City. Thoy solocted Hoppnor for
tholr noxt mooting which is to bo la
June, 1001. In tho evening tho visit
ing Women of Woodcraft woro git''
on a banquet by tho local lodgo.
Happy Time tn Old Town.
"Wo folt very happy," writes It. N.
Bcvlll, Old Town, Va., 'whon Buck
Ion's Arnica Salvo wholly' curod our
daughter of a bad caao of ncald hoad."
It delights all who uso It for cuts,
corns, burns, bruises, bolls, ulcers,
eruptions. Infnlllblo for piles. Only
23c at Tallman & Co.'a.
Straw hats at Toutsch's.
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The Chance of a Lifetime
TO SAVE MONEY IN GROCERIES
EVERYTHING MUST GO AT THE GREAT
CLOSING OUT SALE !
AT D. KEMLER'S
STUDY THESE PRICES:
Vernier's best 2-gal jackets cut fr'm;$1.15 to 90c
Kemler's best 3-gal " " " '1.65 25
Kemler's best 4-gal "
Ohoc'late Cream 2-gal "
Choc'late Cream 3-gal "
Ohoc'late Cream 4-gal "
Tomatoes, corn, beans, peas, regular price
z tor 25c. , per can
Standard table fruits, 7 cans, for
Salmon7 4 canB for
Hams and Bacon, per pound
Oatmeal, per pound
Rope, per pound, from..,, 8
Schilling's baking powder, per pound...
Schilling's Typical blend coffee, per pound
Cane sugar, per sack
Beet sugar, per sack
Potatoes, per hundred -
Best cream cheese, per pound
Silk soap, 6 bars for ,
Monopole fruit,b,igb,grade,cut f m 25c canto
Everything else in Oar Grocery Cut Accordingly. Cash Only Goes at
to 1 2c
Golden Star soap, 0 bars for ., 25c
Dairy salt, 50 pound sacks, per sack 90c
Flour, per sack , 75c
Dairy butter, per roll 25c
Creamery butter, per roll , 50c
Macaroni, 1-pound package iOc
AU kinds of lye, per can f Oc
Sea Foam, large packages, 6 for............. 25c
All kinds of axle grease, per can ,. 5c and JOc
Ar buckle's and Lion Coffee ......... 8 pekgs $ i 00
Mason Frait Jars, Qts. 75c, Half-gals 90c Do
No Credit Given Anyone.
All parties knowing themselves to,fee; 'indited J) me ivHl please call and settle in cash
or fcy Bankable paper before Jly I. All iaisettled accounts Jtdy i will he put in the hands of
my attorney for collection. ' 4. ' t: .
D. KEMLER I
Closing Out Sale j