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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1902)
NOW UNTIL THE 4th
...Twenty-five Per Gent
On our entire stock of Men's Suits, includ
ing 500 Patterns. This reduction only good
until the Fourth of July,
Nothing Reserved !
Alexander Dept. Store S
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A BEAUTIFUL HOME!!
WE ALL LOVE THAT 1
Have the FIXTUEES (gas and electric), the OVER
MANTELS, the OPEN FIREPLACES, just right have
them express your taste, and your home is lovely. We
believe we can suit your taste. . We offer you hundreds
of styles to choose from.
The John Barrett Company 1
Corner Sixth and Alder Opposite the Oregonian
'Phone Main J 22. PORTLAND, ORE.
OORTH OF JDLY
Champions of Eastern and
. Western Oregon:
LIST OF BILLS ALLOWED
BY COUNTY COURT.
4, 5 and 6
First Glass Clean Sport
Between the Two Fastest
1 earns m xoe oiawc-
Champions of Eastern Oregon
Champions of Willamette Valley
County Court Now in Session, Grant
ed Liquor Licenses This Morning,
and Will Consider the Franchise
Question This Afternoon.
County court convened this morn
Inc in its second ilnv'a en.oalnn Tlin
liquor license of J. It. Means, of lima'
tilia. was crnntori nml tlin nrmnlnt.
ment Of William N. VnlnniMnrhnm nn
aepuiy recorder of conveyances, by
necoraer oisom, was approved.
lnlS forenoon Wns rnnRiimprt In
viewinjr and nllowlnir hills nml this
afternoon H. Mellmann. the electric
railroad promoter, is before the court
askinc it to crnnt a fmnrhtaf. tn fho
company to build and operate an elec
tric roaa irom the east end of tho
county to Pendleton, alone the pountv
County court. In session Wednes
day, passed upon and allowed the fol
Robert Forster, ?22.70: A." S. Pear
son, $36.90; J. T. Hinkle. $5.60: L. J.
Mclntyre, $25.70; B. Hopper. $3; Dan
Buecldng, $6; Fletcher Bros., $5; J. L.
Miller, $9.90; Glass & Prudhommo,
$10; J.. Frank Day, $1.50; J. Y7. Dun
Justice Court Expenses.
Thomas Fitz Gerald, $7.70; John M.
Bentley, $2.40; Thomas Fitz Gerald,
$11.90; Robert Adamsey, $4.30; Thos.
Berglven, $5.30; Jack Tenisman,
$4.90; Luna Pierce, $1.50; Robert
Bowman, $4.90; Ed Brisbois, $1.50; J.
L. Miller, $5.30: . $14.90: Thos.
Fitz Gerald, $8.45; John M. Bentley,
$4.60; Rex Jarrett, $1.70; A. S. Rudd.
$1.70; P. H. Fee, $1.70; A. S. Simp
son, $1.70; Thos. Fitz Gerald, $S.40;
John M. Bentley, $7; W. C. Brock.
$3.40; J. A. Blakley, $3.40; P. H Fee
$3.40; Rosa Barke. $3.40; J. H. James,
$1.40; L. E James, SI.
C. E. Macomber. $11.90; C. H.
Crocker Company, $90.
School Superintendent Expense.
J. F. Nowlin, $43.33.
Mosgrove & Co., $21.50; Mrs. J. P.
Dupufe, $20; Sisters of St. Francis
$5; D. J. Phelps, $14.45; Kooppen
Brothers, $1.90; Standard Grocery,
$5; T. F. Carter, $5; T. E. Mclntyre,
$2.50; city of Pendleton, $5.50.
Roads and Bridges.
W. J. Clarke & Co., $2.50; McFad-
den & Gorman, $4.40.
County Commissioners' Expense.
G. W. Froome, $4.
Viewers' Road Expense.
M. A. Bryson, $$3.60; W. S. Price,
$3.60; L. T, McBride, $3.60.
L. S. Wood, $1.
Court House Expense.
Charles Lane, $4.65; Pendleton Wa'
ter Works, $lt).65; E. D. Boyd, $111.
Coroner's Inquest Expense.
Lewis C. Christensen, $1.20; Sam
Rose, $1.30; Jas. Nevln, $1.20; Jas.
Killgore, $1.20; Frank Taylor, $1.20;
G. E. Payne, $1.20; Emeline Boher,
$1.70; Fred Hagenloch, $1.70; J. Dil
lion, Plamenden, $8.00; W. G. Colo,
WOMEN and especially mothers are
most competent to ntniiwiato tho
... ,...,myty sweetness, anil delicacy of
Cut emu So.vr, mid to ittfcover new nsca
ror It dally. Its remarkable emollient, cleans-
r.?;,"?.,.mJ,tyll,K.,,.H!rtloa rtTca from
umcinu, tho giv.it Mn euro and purot of
emollients, warrant Us use. In proscrrlnir. purl.
and lialr, and In tho foi m of washes ami tola.
frtr wl?"" weaknesses. nnnnjlnjc
lESlin nn' p,';nnK' ,lH fwo or offenslTO
!?i??V,ra,u:!V f,,r "iny sanative purposes
whld. readily msgcn themslvrs.
in many of tl:o nlwvo eondltlons, ccntlo
We See Our Finish
on the shirts of a large proportion of
the male population of Pendleton. It
is much preferred owing to its distinct
superiority. "We do up shirts, collars
and ciifls in 'Al Btyle - to perfection.
That's our specialty, nnd we're exrerta
at the busiuess. Hence our largo and
high class patrouage. Send us your
laundry. We'll do tho work with
neatness and diepatch. Service the
best. Charges rieht.
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
J. F. Robinson, Prop. Pendleton
ll Havana Filler )
TO wJRE ANY DISEASE.
The Cause May be Removed, Same
Way With Dandruff.
Kill the germ that causes dan
druff, falling hair and baldness, you
will have no daudruff and your hair
will grow luxuriantly. Herplclde
not only contains the dandruff germ
but it Is also a most delightful hair
dressing for regular toilet use. No
other hair preparation is on this
scientific basis of destroying the
dandruff germ than Nevbro'fi Herpi-cide.
Pendleton Is In Line.
Portland Is going 'into ecstacles
over a Chinese vocalist, whose pic
tures are beiag printed In the news
papers and Walla 'WaJIa has also a
Chinese singer who Is said to bo
strictly all right. Pendleton has
perhaps no Celestial DeReseke, but
we have a Mongolian who can do
stunts on a "China horn" or a Chinese
fiddle with tom-tom accompaniment
which will put the Portland and
Walla Walla vocalists way back in
last week's shade.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Beward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarh Cure.
F. J. CHUNK & CO., Toledo, O
We, the undersigned, have known V. 3.
Cheney for the past 15 year, '.and believe
him to be perfectly honorable In all buul
neaa transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
WEST ft TBUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
WALDINO, -KINNAN & MAHV1N,
Wholesale Dracgbrts, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood ana mucous
surface or the system, xeauaioniau aeac
free Price -70c per bottle. Sold by all
Hall's Family Fllla are taa Mat.
McReynold'a creamery batter oa
aale la ail atorea. m'jl tot It
FLORODORA " BANDS art
of same value as tags from
" STAR," ' HORSB SHOE,"
"SPEA RHEA D,""STA NDA RD NA VT."
" OLD PEACH & HONEY."
"SAW LOG," "OLE VARGINY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
and the only people In the aaddlery
business that carry a complete stock of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Spurs, Sweat
Pads, .Pack Saddle and Bags, Tents,
Wagon Covcas and Caevaa.
fanp Harness ami fMMtori
The Great Bargains at Kemler's Closing-Otrt Sale
go merrily along and prices aru being cut lower than
ever. Daily tho crowd of eager purchasers continues to
grow larger, and economical buyers and thrifty people
are taking advantage of tho above chanco to savo dol
lars. Every article in our storo must bo sold. Don't
put off buying, but come now. Everything goe8just as
Here ate Some Examples of How
We Have Ctit the Price :
Sttidy them Carefully
7 bars of laundry soap : 25c
2 gallons Kenilcr'a Best syrup 70c
All kinds of extracts below cost.
10-pound box Crackors, per box 65c
All kinds of Toa, per pound...., 40c
Lamp Chimneys less than cost
French Sardines, por box JOc
Galvanized Tubs 70c to 90c
Wash Boards 20c to 40c
Kemler'B best 2-gal jnckots cut fr'm $1.15 to 90c
Kemler's best 3-gol " " " 1.05 to $ 25
Kemler'B best 4-gal " 41 " 2.15 to 75
Choc'late Cream 2-gal" ,c u 1.25 to i 00
Choc'lato Cream 3-gal " " " 1.85 to i 45
Choc'late Cream 4-gal " " " 2.40 to i 90
Tomatoes, corn, beans, peas, regular price
2 for 25c por can tOc
Monopole fruit,high grade,cut f m 25c can to 20c
Standard table fruits, 7 cans for i OO
Salmon, 4 cans for 25c
Hams and Bacon, per pound (4c
Oatmeal, per pound 4c
Rope, per pound, from jjj to J2c
Schilling's baking powder, per pound 40c
Schilling's Typical blend coffeo, per pound 20c
Cane Bugar, per sack 4 90
Beet sugar, por Back , 4 80
Potatoes, per hundred J 50
Best cream cheese, per pound (6c
Silk soap, 6 bars for 25c
Golden Star soap, 6 bars for 25c
Dairy salt, 50 pound sacks, per sack 90c
Flour, per sack 75c
Dairy butter, por roll 25c
Creamery butter, per roll 50c
Macaroni, 1-pound package $Oc
All kinds of lye, per can (Oc
Sea Foam, large packages, G for 25c
All kinds of axle grease, per can 5c and JOc
Arbfjckle's and Lion Coffee 6 pekgs $t 00
Mason Fruit Jars, Qts. 75c, Half-gals 90c Dot
Everything else in Out Grocery Cut Accord
ingly. Cash Only Goes at this Sale.
No Credit Given Anyone.
All parties knowing themselves to he km
dejbtea to me will please call and settle in cash
or by bankable paper before July t, AH un
settled accounts July t will be put in the
hands of my attorney for collection.
Closing Oat Sale
T(ie Drink for Summer
is Schultz's bottled beer. Wben
properly cooled it is not only de
lightfully refreshing, but its tonical
properties will counteract, as no
other drink, the debilitating effects
of hot weather, and being properly
rnatured, wll never cause biliousness
like banly brewed "green tcutrVu
a marvel of purity, and is bottled
with the greatest care,
LEGAL BLANKS roofcui Sot a frM Mf 1
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