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HAVE YOU BEEN THERE?
IT IS ALL THE GO!
he Big Removal Sale
We are now in the midst of our great rush; every
thing 'S moving. Prices have been reduced to such a
email fraction of the former nrlrp that pwn rn Je binn
advantage of our big bargains and low prices by filling
rneir DasKeis wim me necessary wants ot lite. Lome with
the rest. Don't miss it the greatest opportunity yet
offered for obtaining your wants for so little money.
Come and See for Yourself
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1902.
Howard, farm loans. .
ib by the day, week or msnlli
1 goods for harvesters at
free lunch from 9 a. m. till
a cool, refreshing glass of
beer go to Gratz's.
mnpn rnnm n inr iitrnr nmiRP-
cherrles and raspberries.
the removal sale they are talk-
live crawfish just received,
I'WAnrnoi nne Tin Tnrmro nr Tnn
Rule basement, where good
Jibeer is on tap.
glass oi aenntz Deer.
unnHv TMnthlnc niir pnnrl
"will be received for the build
a new Presbyterian church on
1 I . I Tlt-1 mill Y.A
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i be Inspected.
Do you need any col
ored glasses, goggles,
p.vft nrntpp.tnrs or plifian
' S - A
i t n
I have a full line of
ttuu my prices arc Kuar-
aiueea to De tne lowest
Next Door to II. Alexander
Clothing made to order. N. Joer
ger. Fancy stationery, new books. Fra
zier's. Time books, sack needles, at Fra
zier's. Sale of bound books. 15c and 25c.
worth double. Nolf's.
Men's straw hats, only a few, 50
cents while they last. Teutchs'.
All kinds of fruits, meldnB.and veg
etables at the Standard "Grocery.
Good lunches at Phillip's restau
rant, opposite Tallman's drug store.
Did you see those ornamented rugs
in Failing's window? Something
Another neat cottage is being
erected on the hill just opposite the
Call up 'phone main 105 for pure
artificial ice. Only place In town
you can get Itr
Our extra fine ice cream by the
quart or gallon. Get our wholesale
prices. The Delta.
All kinds of city and country prop
erty for sale. Rihorn & Cook, room
10, Taylor building.
This is a snap. 25 per cent, or one
fourth off on all summer clothing at
the Big Boston Store.
Take advantage of the chance to
get bargains at Mrs. Campbell's
closing out sale of summer millinery
Grand picnic every Sunday at
Klne's grove. Dancing begins at 2
o'clock. Music by Kirkman's orches
tra. Rooms In the East Oregonlan build--lng
for rent. Steam heated, hot and
cold water and bath room In connec
tion. Time and trial have proven that
there is no better ice cream made
than Dutton's. We take pleasure in
delivering it to your home.
Doctors predict considerable sick
ness of typhoid nature. Be careful of
your drinking water. Cool It with
pure artificial Ice. 'Phone main 105.
Withee, 305. Court St., agent for
Domestic and Davis sewing machines,
Drop heads from ?27.50 to ?G5 on In
stallments. Everything guaranteed.
The Fair Store is offering some
special low prices In their big adver
tisement in this issue. The semi-annual
clean-up sale Is now on at The
Bids for the construction of the
Academy building, according to the
plans and specifications in the hands
of Rev. F. L. Forbes, will be re-,
ceived up to July 22, 1902. Bonds
will be required. Right is reserved
to reject any and all bids.
The corner room, Blzze 25x40, in
the East Oregonlan building, hereto
fore occupied by the Jackson-Dickson
Company, will be for rent after
August 1. The room Is steam neatea
and contains hot and cold water. Ap
ply at the East Oregonlan office.
See classified advertisements for
"found key" announcement.
Drop into Dutton's and get the Ico
cream that lias never disappointed
A new walk is being laid on Malr
street in front of Monterastelll's mar
Grand picnic every Sunday at
Kine's grove. Dancing begins at 2
o'clock. Music by Kirkman's orches
tra. Tom Norton was taken to Portland
and lodged In Jail yesterday by Dep
uty United States Marshal Roberts
for selling liquor to Indians. He wasi
bound over to the federal court by
United States Commissioner Halley
of this city.
S. L. Wakefield & Co.. the progress
ive music dealers, have just placed
on exhibition in their warerooms on
Court street, the largest shipment of
Pianos ever shown In this city. The
new shipment contains the best
makes of several of the largest man
ufacturers In the country. Wakefield
& Co. invite the citizens to call and
inspect the new styles. A list of the
pianos that have arrived, and also
those handled by this firm will be
found elsewhere in this nani-r.
WILL BORE FOR JlL.
Excitement Caused at Baker by Re
port of Capital Coming in.
A ripple of excitement was caused
throughout Baker City says the Dem
ocrat, when it was learned that cer
tain Eastern capitalists had decided
to invest in the Baker-Malheur oil
fields. They will send their expert
there in a short time and put a rig
in operation and bore for oil in the
center of the district. They are men
of experience and have plenty of
money, and If the indications aro
borne out by results, -there will be the
largest Influx of capital and people
in this district ever known in Eastern
These people are well versed in
all the peculiarities cf the oil fields
of Pennsylvania, Texas, Colorado and
California and have such connections
that it will be a simple mntter for
them to build up an entirely now
country, new markets, new towns in
Eastern Oregon.. They mean busi
ness and have representatives on the
The Malheur oil fields present the
Greatest attraction for capital at
present, because the formation there
indicates that when oil Is found it
will be ot a very high-grade parafflne
base petroleum. Many have attempt
ed to open these fields, but as they
wanted to control the whole country,
the owners -nd locaters of land
would not concede to their terms
Now there are those who are willing
to take fair shares and profits and
do the necessary work, it may be
confidently expected that results will
be had before another year.
Four League Games.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday after
Weekday games called at 3:30.
Sunday game at 3:00.
Klne's Grove Picnic,
The picnic at Klne's grove is grow
ing more popular every week. Last
Saturday evening and Sunday after
noon and evening large crowds were
there and enjoyed the time tripping
the light fantastic to the strains of
"nuislc rendered by Kirkman's or
chestra. The picnic Is to bo run
again Saturday night as usual. Those
who attend are assured a good time.
Perfect order is kept on the grounds.
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
The Following Items Are Only a Sample
OF WHAT WE ARE DOING. CALL! -
Walking Skirts. " Wash Salts.
Just the thing for Mountain Wear. iuu and Blue Shades.
$1.98 $2.98 $3.25 $u o3 Clearance Price $1.08
At our Clearance Sale." $7.98 ' $5.1)8
f2 so Value. Clearance Rrice $1 7ft
$3.50 Value, Clearance Price $1.88
fa.oo - $1.50
St. 75 " " " $1.38
i.50 " i . $1.12
51.25 " " " 7c
Red, Blue and Black Calico Clqaranco Prico 4c
75c Fancy Organdie " " 48c
Scotch Lawn Summer Dross Goods " 2C
3G inch wide Bleached Muslin " " 3 3-lc
50c Fancy Madras , " " 37c
245 dozen good spool Cotton " f " a 1-2C
GOc Fancy Grenadino , " -18c
Ladies' Gauze Vests " " 3c
$1 98 4 yard Wash Silk Waist Patterns " " $1.48
20c Figure Lawn " " I4C
The PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Agents Btftterlck's Patterns
PENNIES FOR GREAT BUILDING.
The Temple of Fraternity at the
World's Fair Will Be Paid for With
the Mites of Many.
World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis
July IS. Copies of a circular letter
issued by the supreme hivo of the
1 iiiMpu at tho Mncenbees at I'ort IIu-
rou, Mich., with reference to. raising
tho fund for tho Temple pf Fraterni
ty at tho World's Fair, have beon ro
rnlvroi linro. The ladies' fraternal or
ganization will raise ?50;000 of tho
$200,000 fund. Tho assessments
ntnonir tho ladies for this purpose
range from 5 to 10 cents per capita
according to tho strongth of tiio or
der. Many appropriations ranging
from J"000 to J5000 each have been
made by the Masons and other bodies
from their general funds, but tho hulk
of tho sum will be in small centrum-
tlnna M'lir. tlrnlcot lmfl hnilll lllllOI S- I
ed by the Maccabees, Modern Wood
men, Ancient Order of United woric
men, Odd Fellows, Eastern Stars, He
bekas, collego fraternities, Grand
Army of tho Republic, Women's Re
lief Corps, Degree of Honor, Hoynl
Neighbors and others. Tho temple
will bo 200 by 300 feet, having a con
tral court and will contain about 80
monm for the hoadauartora of 80 diff
erent fraternal orders at thos World's
To Clean Up tho Entire Lino
$2.50 Hammocks, now $t .95
$1.05 " " J.39
A good paper hound novol
with each hammock
uart of FHe sf or 5c
We guarantee that a Re package of our Poison Fly
aurr win ism o nnorr s ti i oc
Our 5c package contains 10 sheets of Poison Fly Paper,
We also have a eood suddIv of Tanglefoot sticky fly paper,
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KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
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Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our heart
felt thanks and gratitude to tlie nu
meious and loving friends who tend
ered their sympathy and assisted in
our recent bereavement. May the
Heavenly Father bless thom all, is
our earnest prayer.
MR. AND MRS. THOS FITZ GER
Lord High Chancellor.
London, July 18. Tho Times says
It regards It as practically certain
that Sir R. B. Finlay, the attorney.
general, will succeed Earl Salisbury
as lord high chancellor, that Hon. Al
fred Lyttleton will enter the govern
ment, and that Lord Curzon, of Ked
dleston, viceroy to India, will take
the earliest opportunity to return to
London and resume political activ
ity. Fruit Jars at Cost
We are closing out our line of Ma
bo nand Vacuum fruit jars at cost
If you need fruit Jars, better come
now. The Standard Grocery.
Won the Bike.
' Dr. D. J. McFaul held the luck
2301 which won the lady's bicycle
at the drawlne Thursday afternoon
Tho men'tewheel has not been claim
Since the art of abbreviation is
perfected In America dealers In pine
apples call . 'emplnes. ' ' :
2r, nn rnsh will huv out a business
paying from $20.00 to ?40.00 weokly.i
No opposition. Seo A. w. Menon, ,
care Jovo'a boarding house, 720
Fine Stationery Arriving
at the Popular Hook
1 ablets, Ink, Purses, Toilet Soaps
Are the Meals
Served at the
Large, comfortablo dining
room and good service
Best 25c Meal In Pendleton
The French Restaurant
GUM LA FONTAtNK, I'rop.
The Plumber and
For FirHt Olusu Work at
Shopi Cottonwood Street, Opposite
St. Joo Storo, Noir Court St.
A Delayed Shipment of In
fants', Children's and Misses'
Slippers 455 Colonials
Just in. We have them
to Sell Quickly
before you buy
and you will not
Btill another shipment of the famous
Again new today- More seamless au.oai
or ail Sizes ior iuaiee.
Wo have them now. A
Sewing Machinu for fit.
cash. Warranted, and will
ho kept in repair for. five
years without cost.
Romemher my gtiaran
tee means something. You
don't have to send your
machine to Portland or Chi
cayo for repairs,
We still have the Kings
of all Sewing Machines, tho
10 years ahead of all oth
ers. Oils and needles.
GRAND PICNIC AT KINE'S GROVE
Every Saturday. Night and Sunday
Dancing begins Saturday at 8 p. in., Sunday at 2 p. m, Admission
to dancing platform 25 cents ; ladies free. Busses to
and from the grounds day and night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS.
pionlo parties by applying
The grove can be eigagtf fer
to PETER SMITH,, at, .total