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Don't Miss Our
BIG CLOSING OUT SALE
We are now showing some BEAUTIFUL EFFECTS in
lawns, Percales and Dimities
Regular Selling I Closing Oat Zr J.- f Qr
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Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
3SDAY, JULY 1, 1902.
Howard, farm loans.
Ping Pong at Maloy's.
i vegetables at Martin's.
I goods sale at Lee Teutsch's
s summer underwear at
River strawberries received
ft Hawley Bros.
r, beans, green peas and cauli-
fct Hawley Bros.
It cool, refreshing glass of
beer go to Gratz's.
mold's creamery butter on
all stores. Ask for It
live crawfish just received,
fc's, cooked while you wait
Breather has no terrors at the
Rule basement where good
ibeer Is on tap.
Into the cool, comfortable
at f the Golden Rule and en-
lass of Schlitz beer.
ate the Fourth at Bingham
Dancing both afternoon and
of July 3, 4 and 5.
e, 305 Court St, agent for Dd-
md Davis sewing machines.
bads from $27.50 to $65 on fo
nts. Everything guaranteed.
H. Soule, of Soule Bros.'s
Company, Portland, is in the
repared to do expert piano
and all kinds of delicate re-
Please leave orders at Tall-
Clothing made to order. N. Joer
ger. Fine fresh red and black raspber
ries at Hawley Bros.
Just in at Baor & Daley's, new neck
wear for the Fourth. Bows, four-in-hands,
string ties and tecks. Get your
pick while the assortment is com
plete. County court will convene tomor
row. At this time the bonds of the
recently elected county officers will
be confirmed and the new officers will
take their respective places next
Mrs. Rust, of the Salvation Army,
lost her purse containing about ?20,
this morning on Railroad street, pro
bably along the railroad track. Mrs.
Rust will pay liberally for its return
and hopes the purse was picked up
by some one with the disposition to
return it to her.
The law firm of Bean & Lowell,
composed of Henry J. Bean and
Stephen A. Lowell, which has exist
ed Jor the past two years, has been
dissolved. Both attorneys will con
tinue to practice law ami will bo lo
cated in the rooms the firm now oc
cupies in the Association block.
SHOOTERS ARE HOME.
T GLASS SALE
rill tell ell mv stork of cut class
heavy discount until July 5. I
It lew odas and ends which I wish
an up, so sacrifice the whole stock
Ik. Below are a few samples o!
i whiskey set, regular
b $33.50. cut to... .$25 oo
Water Set. regular
lice $19.50, cut to . ... 14 50
QWncli bowl, regular
fice 114.00, cut to 10 00
ougar ana Ureamer;
ular 17.50. cut to s 00
6-inch NanDie. recru-
H-25. cut to 3 so
J Water bottle, reg. $7.50 5 50
: mcner, reg. $14.75. . . 10 75
not delay in your purchase, at
wis is your gain.
refer and Optician
Kxt Door to B. Alexander
Picnic lunches at Martin's.
Summer baking at Martin's.
Play Ping Pong at Maloy's.
Frazier's for fireworks and flags.
Fireworks and flags at Frazier's.
See the new parasols at Teutsch's.
Rooms by the day, week or month
100 beautiful visiting cards print
ed, 49c. Nolf's.
A fine free lunch from 9 a. m. till
midnight at Gratz's.
Call nil 'Dhoae main 105 for nure
artificial ice. Only place in town
you can get it
Our ice cream and ice cream soda
is delicious. Try it and you will have
nj other. The Delta.
Schlitz beer is good beer, and is
served in a nice cool place a. the
Golden Rule basement
This being the first Tuesday of the
month it is the regular meeting night
of the Commercial Association.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Parish Aid, at the Parish house,
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Money to loan at lowest rates on
town or country property. J. R.
Dickson, East Oregonian building.
When down street and wishing
postage stamps, drop into the Delta.
We will be pleased to supply you.
Take advantage of the chance to
get bargains at Mrs. Campbell's
closing out sale of summer millinery
Fifty to one hundred half gallon
bottles, clean and clear, for sale.
Address Boy, care of East Ojegon
ian. Enjoy fresh crawfisht Received
.-frVit fmm thn Tvsitp.r fiverv Tuesday
land Saturday morning by Nolte's sa-
I Thp Knoial to be elven by William
Xfoln Vnramnmpnt No. 1. Julv 2. at
ihe time of the installation of officers
is for members only.
Tnin th hannv throne, and go to
frham SDrlnEs to spend the
Fourth. Dancing afternoon and eve
ning of July 3, 4 and 5.
nootors nrelet considerable sick
ness of tvDhold nature. Be careful of
mil r drinldne water. Cool It with
pure artificial ice. 'Phpne main 105
All kinds of reai estate for Bale.
Homes on easy payments, will fur
ntoVi nrt of nurchaso money.
Rlhorn & Cook, room 10, Taylor
nnrtnn will deliver nice, fresh,
sweet cream to you if you will send
in your orders. New and delicious
are the ice cream sandwiches served
at Dutton's. Only 5 cents.
The contract has been let for the
hrioif and stone work of the new
Sisters' hospital. Sheek & Cole have
the contract and work will be push
ed as rapidly as possible until the
building is completed.
Competitors In Portland Shoot Have
The Pendleton sportsmen who
went to Portland to take a hand in
the Northwest Shooting Tournament
have returned. While the Pendleton
boys did not win many honors In the
shoot they report having a fine time
and that the Portland sportsmen en
tertained them royally. H. J. Stlii
man was the only one of the local
shooters who entered all the events
and competed for a general average.
He came out sixth in this, making a
general average of 87 per cent.
Waite won a racycle in a special
event Sunday. This was given by
Captain Riley, of Portland. Waite
tied in the first shoot for the racy
cle with Dr. France, of Idaho, and
Dr. Ellis, of Tacoma, each getting 24
out of 25. In the shoot off Waite
won. He also won second" place for
the Multnomah cup which was won
by How of Portland, by a score of
47 out of 50. Waite got 4G and Still
man 45. D. C. Clark, of Pendleton,
won a fishing reel and Jim Spence
won a set of camping stools in spe
cial events Sunday.
WALLA WALLA WON.
Beat the Yellow Kids by a Score of
3 to 2.
Walla Walla, July l.Walla Walla
won the second game on tho local
diamond yesterday from the Athenn
team by a score of 3 to 2. This was
as lively a game of ball as has boon
witnessed iu Walla Walla this season.
Babe Brown played an invlnclblo
game at first and It was his home
run in tho seventh that won tho game
lor the locale Tbo all round star of
tho occasion, however, was Ed Bruy
etto , who worked at short. Tho fans
enjoyed his ploying. Ho appeared to
bo everywhere all the time. Brad
bury played good ball and Invndod
territory that belonged to other play
ers in his eagerness to show tho faus
that ho was In the game. Ho played
center and took in everything that
came within his reach. Mills was
on the slab for tho locals and he was
only hit four times, whllo Willard,
for tho Kids, was slammed utno
Cost of the Boer War.
It has been generally conceded that
England would eventually conquor
the Boer forces in South Africa, but
when tho end comes sho will find tho
cost to have reached an enormous
figure. There nre many persons who
spend large sums of money In a vain
search for health. They take all
kinds of medicines, which nt the best
only give temporary relief, and tho
patient is as far from recovery ns at
tho start. The result Is far different
with those who use Hostottor's Stom
ach Bitters for Indigestion, dyspepsia,
heartburn, constipation, biliousness,
Insomnia or malaria, fever and ague.
It positively cures. Hundreds of peo
ple have said so, and many promi
nent physicians and druggists always
recommend it. Bo sure and try it.
Our Private Stamp is over tho neck
of the bottle.
Walla Walla, July 1. Frank Dy-
mond and Will H. Robinson, soldiers
confined in the guard house at Fort
Walla Walla and charged with ser
imiR offenses, escaned this morning
hv putting their blankets into strips
crawling up the ventilating shaft of
thp tnianl house and letting tnem-
selves to the ground. They are still
Saw Rucker Rogers.
Walla Walla. July 1. W. J. Keen-
ey, of this clty, while on a camping
trip a few days ago in tne wnas oi
the Toll Gate country, saw Rucker
Rogers, the convict who escaped
from Walla Walla. A part or tne
posse Is in that neighborhood and
will probably capture the escape.
Don't Forget Dates.
On July 2, 3 and 4, the O. R. & N.
will sell tickets to Minneapolis and
return and to Missouri river points
and return at the extraordinary low
rate of $44.50. It's a chance of a
lifetime to go "back east" at a trifl
ing cost. Chicago and return on
above dates, $04.50.
The advance styles of the Fa
mous W. L. Douglas Shoe havo
arrived. Our stock is now com
plete and you will have no trouble
in getting your size and style
Just think of it Over four1 and
one-hall million pairs ot tne uoug
las Shoe sold last year 1 They
are union made, which means the
shoes are made by skilled work
men and under sanitary conditions.
P. S. Look out for the "Just
as Good" kind.
Sole Agents for Pendleton.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
Wo will soil TWENTY-FIVE DOZEN Mon's and Boys'
Straw Hats, all slzos and shapos mon's 6 3-4 to 7 1-2
boys' 6 1-4 to 7
all of which woro bought this soason, and wo aro going
to sell thorn all this soason, too, bocanso wo novor want
to carry over goods. Soo ? Thon wo don't have to
show old styles.
This is the way we are going to dispose of thorn.
Soe for Yonrsolf.
See Display in North Window
p Ppnn w Wipliii np
j I uUJuu nil u UUOu
After All, No Place to Trade
ioo heavy Japanese napkins 10c
Ladies' and Men's bicycle.
strong-and good $14.95
Rubber rattles, dolls and
balls fot the babies 5c up
1 8 long sheets shelf paper. . 10c
Ladies' wrist purses the
latest 74c and 98c
Sticky fly paper, per sheet lc
Crepe paper, plain and
decorated, per roll.Sc, 10c, 15c
Seaside and Return, $10.
Beginning July 1, the O. R. & N.
Co. will sell tickets to the seaside
fanolrfn fJparhart and all stations
on the Washington beach between!
Ilwaco and Nahcotta) and return at
$10.00. Tickets good until Sept. .$0.
No stop overs going or returning.
yLL Havana Filler
k lk A 1
Soft White Skin
May be a gift of Nature, but it may also be the
result of the application of Pine Nut Cream. This
Cream removes the tan and sunburn that comes
with the summer outing.
Tc u: i i ti. Vtst.tcn- Nic to use:
Nothing injurious to the skin; Perfectly safe, too;
No harmful ingredients. Price 25 cents a bottle. t
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Steps from Main St Toward the Court House
Baker Team Won.
Baker City papers today tell of tho
victory of the new Baker City base
ball team over the Sumpter aggrega
tion, which played against them on
Sunday. The score stood 12 to 2 at
Meacham Excursion July 4.
Special train leaves O. It. & N. da
pot at 7:30 a. m. Returning will
leave Meacham at 7 p. m. Round trip
Misting Portland It Found.
Seattle, July 1. The steamer Port'
land and the steamer Jeannie are re
ported practically safe, though still
locked In the lco floes of the Artie
Sea. The passengers on board both
steamers are safe, as sentinel boats
are ready to render any assistance
made necessary by the movement of
the ice. The Thesis Is also reported
In the vicinity of tho Portland.
A Murderer Hanged.
St. Helens, July 1. August Schlere
will be hanged here tomorrow for the
murder of Joseph Shulkewskl.
Earl Dickens, 7 years of age, was
drowned at Portland Saturday after
noon by falling through a hole in a
platform on which he was playing,
Into water which covered the ground
i mm am m
" FLORODORA " BANDS on
cf samt iclu as tags from
-SPEARHEAD:'" STANDARD NA VY."
" OLD PEACH & HONEY."
"SAWLOQ," "OLE VARGINY"
ot "MASTER WORKMAN" Totaceo,
Another Large Shipment This Ncek
Fine turkey dusters. , ,23c to (9c
Ostrich parlor dusters 35c to$2 75
Wool dusters. . .10c, 20c and 69c
6 hoe' Brushes . .12c, 20c and 25c
Lowest Prices, Reliable
Tablets, Pencils, Inks, Office Supplies
rGit. LA L,
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
and tho only people in tho saddlery
bushier that carry n complete stock of
Hurnetuj, Baddies, Bridles, Spun, .Sweat
Puds, Pack Saddles and Dags, Teutt,
Wagon Covens and Canvas.
Leadlnn Harness and Saddlsri
THe Pfombe and
For First OlasB Work at
Shop: Cottonwood Street, Opposite
St. Joe Store, Near Court St.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
Ladies' colored shirt waists, 2.50, 1.50, Ji.oo,
down to 25c
Ladies' colored petticoats, immense assortment, 5,00,
2.00, 1.00, down to .... , ,'. ' 50c
Needles, card of 32, including darners and bodkin ... lc
Wrappers, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, 98c and 48c
Curling irons, 5c, 4c and 3c
Ladies' dress skirts, black and colors, 5.00, 4.00,
$3.00, $2.00 and 98c
Clothes Brushes, regular worth 15c , . . 8c
Ladies' tailor made salts just rooeived, drummers'
samples; lino of suits no two aliko that wo will
sell at , 25 per cent off regular price
Ladies' silk mitts, others sell them for 25c, our price 15c
5000 yards best calico, much as you want, per yard . . 4c
Children's handkerchiefs, each lc
3000 yards Scotch lawn, warm weather dress goods,
per yard , , 3c
Best lady's shoe on earth for the price ; .... $2 50
400 dozen spool cotton, none better 2C
Ladies' linen collars, each 5c
Corset stays, per set Be '
Pearl buttons, all sizes, per dozen , . . 5c
Try one pair of our Boys' hose for , , . , , . 22c
aai , rtin