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NOW UNTIL THE 4th
...Twenty-five Per Cent...
On our entire stock of Men's Suits, includ
ing 500 Patterns. This reduction only good
until the Fourth of July,
Nothing Reserved I
lexander Dept. Store
,amp Man lies Guaranteed for 45 Days
Peerless Flexo Mantles
. . .... .
:w thing ir just out
BEST IN THE WORLD
These mantles are new productions and give 90 and
100 candle power respectively for the single -and triple
weaves. They are made in two grades. Price 30 and
40 cents each.
he John Barrett Company
New Stores : Cor. Sixth and Alder Streets
1RTH OF JULY
WORK AT GOLCONDA MINE
tampions of Eastern and
July 4, 5 and 6
THE PROGRESS OF DEVELOP
MENT AND THE RESULT
first Class Clean Sport
Between the Two Fastest
Teams in the State-
Champions of Eastern Oregon
Champions of . Willamette Valley
Large Amount of Ore Outlined for
Mill Operation; Nearly a Year's
Run for Twenty Stamps.
, In the Golconda there has been a
steady progress of successful oro
strikes. Since the strike of the rich
pay shoot on the tunnel level, which
is over 200 feet -vertically above the
second level, development has been
to further prove and outline the ore
there. On the 100-foot level the north
drift is entering the zone of the
shoot, as good values are rapidly
coming In, and the grade of oro Is of
the same general nature as the shoot.
On tho 500-foot level It is apparent
that the north drift is entering a
large shoot, as steady increase In
values is noted with all work.
The upper portion of the shoot
found on the tunnel level is not In
the big cast vein, where It is is found
on the second level, but in tho llttic
converging vein, which formed the
shoot, Finding this vein a few feet
from the east vein at this point is
the last proof necessary to establish 1
the pitch of the shoot. It also il
lustrates how thoroughly the former
management missed the shoot. It has
been picked up 300 feet south of the
shaft on the tunnel level, which de
monstrates .that its angle is n drop
of 200 feet in 300 ahead. This little
vein was cut by the former manage
ment on the tunnel level, but nearer
the shaft, where it was not near the
east vein. Superintendent Meikcl's
cross cut was at a point where ho
expected a convergence, and he
struck within a few feet of it. Work
is being continued to reach tho east
vein on that level, when drifts on it
and the smaller vein will be run.
A short distance south of wh?rc
the two veins are opened in the pros
pector's tunnel is a bold outcrop
that has always assayed high. As
the two veins dip east and west, and
down where the shaft begins are but
a short distance apart on the surface,
further up the hill on the more ele
vated grounds, the dip would bring
them together. It is apparent that
they meet about the point where the
outcrop stands forth, and that is the
surface evidence of the shoot.
Of greatest importance to the Gol
conda company at, present Is the
large amount of ore outlined for mill
operations. Rough estimates place
the quantity at nearly a year's run
for the twenty stamps. That is
about the 200-foot level. All of the
shoots between the second level and
prospector's tunnel is virgin ground,
as stoplng went but a few feet over
the second level drift. With this
great quantity of ore above the sec
ond level, and good ore coming in on
the fifth level, and also good mining
ore being opened on the levels of the
west vein, the future of the property
at the present time is particularly
bright. The date for opening the
mill is not set by the management,
but will undoubtedly be in a short
Saves a Woman's Life.
To give up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lois -Cragg, of Dor
chester, Mass. For years she had en
dured untold misery from severe
lung trouble and obstinate cough.
"Often," she writes, "I could scarcely
breathe and sometimes could not
speak. All doctors and reinedys
failed till I used Dr. King's Nt. Dis
covery for Consumption and was
completely cured." Sufferers from
Coughs, Colds, Throat and Lung
Trouble need this grand remedy, for
it never, disappoints. Cure is guar
anteed by Tallman Co. Price 50c
and fl.00. Trial bottles free.
ll Havana Filler
" FLORODORA " BANDS en
of same value as tags from
" STAR." " HORSB SHOE."
"Spearhead:'"standard na vr."
" OLD PEACH & HONEY,"
"SAW LOG." "OLE VARCINY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco.
Good Prospects for Coal.
The Oregon Railroad and Coal
Company's coal mine near Heppner
promises well. George Wells, an
eastern coal expert, In the interests
of the O, R. & N. Co., and Thomas
Brokey of Spokane, a man who has
had experience In coal mining, have
been looking over the proposition
during the past week, and from re
ports sent in by these experts, it is
stated upon good authority that the
O. R. & N. Co. is now interested In
Health and Summer
t Twenty-two Miles East of 3
E Pendleton on 0. R, & N.
from all Klnts
For further information
' Bingham Springs 3
GIBBON, Ore. 1
Bold by JOHH SCHMIDT
The Louvre Saloon
If a Man Lie to You.
And say some other salve, oint
ment, lotion, oil or alleged healer is
as good as Bucklin's Arnica Salve,
tell him thirty years of marvelous
cures of Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns,
Felons, Ulcers, Cuts, Scalds, Bruises
and Skin Eruptions prove it's the
best and cheapest 25c at Tallman
& Co.. drug store.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of T. F. Howard, archi
tect, up to 12 o'clock noon, of Sat
urday, July 12th, 1902, for the erec
tion of a two-story dwelling house
with attic and stone nasemeni, ror
Leon Cohen, according to plans and
specifications prepared for the same
by T. F. Howard, architect. Separate
bids will be received up to noon of
Saturday, July Btn, 1802, for all stone
work of basement arid chimneys. The
right la reserved to reject any and
all bids for he work.
June 28th, 1902.
Lawns, percales, dimities, closing
out sale. Teutsch's store.
The Pioneers of
the Pacific ..
A Btrictljr Dp to Dato Inturauc
Affordf Absolute Protection and Paji
head or net:
; PENDLETON - OREOON
Ii Well EiUbllihed
1 In Beven Btatei.
! 80LICIT0R8 WANTED.
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ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. 8 Supreme Court
U. S. Patent Office
U. f . antf FOREIIPJ PATENTS
Trade Markr and ropyriirhU
TOO 7th ft., JS W VasljIntotn D, C.
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 160 barrels day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc.
always pn hand.
FOB 8AMS AT TUB KABT OKBOONIAN
, Urg bund 1 of awBBM, eoa
Utah ever 100 fcfe wn eaa fee efc
Ulaec for X easts a 6m4U.
The Great Bargains at Kemter's Closing-Out Sale
go merrily along and pricoB aro being cut lower than
ever. Daily the crowd of eager purchasers continues to
grow larger, and economical ouyors and thrifty people
aro taking advantage of tho above ohanco to save dol
lars. Every article in our store must bo sold. Don't
put off buying, but come now. Everything goes just as
Here ate Some Examples of How
We Have Cut the Price :
Study them Carefully
7 bars of laundry soap j 25c
2 gallons Komler's Best, syrup 70c
All kinds of extracts below cost.
10-pound box Crackers, per box 65c
All kinds of Tea, per pound 40c
Lamp Chimneys loss than cost
French Sardines, per box , JOc
Galvanized Tubs .' 70c tq 90c
Wash Boards 20c to 40c
Komler's best 2-gal jackots cut fr'm $1.15 to 90c
Kemler's best 3-gl
Komler's best 4-gal "
Choo'iato Cream 2-gal "
Choc'lato Cream 3-gal "
Choc'late Cream 4-gal "
1.65 to $i 25
2.15 to i 75
1.25 to i 00
1.85 to i 45
2.40 to t 90
Tomatoes, corn, beans, poas, regular price
2 for 25c por can tOc
Monopole fruit,high grado,cut f m 25c cau to 20c
Standard table fruits, 7 cans for t 00
Salmon, 4 cans for ' 25c
Hams and Bacon, per pound X4c
Oatmeal, per pound 4c
.Rope, per pound, from 8Jj to i2c
Schilling's baking powder, per pound. 40c
Schilling's Typical blond coffee, por pound 20c
Cano sugar, per sack 4 90
Beet sugar, per sack 4 80
Potatoes, per hundred i 50
Best cream cheese, per pound i 6c
Silk soap, 6 bars for , 25c
Golden Star soap, 6 bars for 25c
Dairy Bait, 50 pound sacks, per sack 90c
Flour, per sack 75c
Dairy butter, por roll 25c
Creamery butter, por roll 50c
Macaroni, 1-pound packnge tOc
All kinds of Jyo, per can tOc
Sea Foam, large packages, 0 for 25c
All kinds of axlo grease, por can.. 5c and tOc
Arbuckle's and Lion Coffee 8 pekgs $i 00
Mason Fruit Jars, Qts. 75c, Half-gals 90c Do
Everything else1, in Our Grocery Cut Accord
ingly. Cash Only Goes at this Sale.
No Credit Given Anyone,
All parties knowing themselves to be in
debted to me will please call and settle in cash
or by bankable paper before July f. All un
settled accounts July i will be put in the
hands of my attorney for collection.
Closing Out Sale
The Fountain of Vouth
And vigor that has been sought (or
so eagerly could be found in
Schufc's Pilsner Beer
The best way to remain young is te
kfcp up votir constitutional Btrenrth
uliiI iinil i iii r anil inviinrat int
"Mm beer l'ke tl,at brewed by the Schultx
KYswMl hrewerv. In hot w eather it is both
mW '00( anl drink, and is alwayB paUr
goaian for a frc nifc
alogue of them. A full supply always kept in
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