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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1902)
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Is a long time, bat when combined with the word
Fail, which makes the name of one of the best
Headache Remedies on the market, the action is
almoBt instantaneous. Atwood's Nexer Fail Head
ache Wafers are rightly named. They never fail.
Try them and be convinced. Free samples given
FOR SALE BY
Brock & McComas Company
THE nODERN DRUOQISTS - PENDLETON
THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902.
THE SURE WINNER.
revel in the very fatness of plenty.
"Butchers In the 'Umatilla, Walla
"Walla and Lewlston regions com
plain that the sheep, raised on the
wild bunch-grass grow too large for
their uses. A 275-pound sheep was
one of the prize-winners at the Ore-i
gon state fair in October, 1900. A,
mutton chop from a 250-pound sheep
looks like a rib steak from a small!
Texas steer. Oregon has 1.63S,720
sheep, assessed at 52.331.6GS, that,
last vear yielded 1S.22S.276 pounds of I
wool! worth S2.163.393 or within a
trifle of their own total iiluation.
"The cattle keep fat on the ranges,
all the year round. 2-year-old steers j
ordinarily pulling down the scales at,
from 1200 to 1400 pounds. Heppner. :
Or., takes premiums with a 2200-1
pound thoroughbred Shorthorn cow
half the weight of a fair-sized ele- j
phant. Oregon has 384,499 cattle, as
sessed as worth $4,754,522."
A dog pound is a good institutiou.
The killing of worthless dogs is
prouer. But the central iortion of
the city is not a proper place for aj
pound, and the shooting of the dogs
in the pound in the heart of the city
is not the proper thing, especially
when it takes .three or four shots to
kill Dne 'dog, or even to sWt off hit!
The advanced condition of things
demands specific qualification in some
calling, trade or profession. This is
an age of specialists. ,
Merit has long been claimed as a
.sure winner in the end. It has in the mournful howlc
past often been spoken of in a senti- " i
mental strain than otherwise; be-! Accounts still appear in the press
cause the speaker thought it ought to ' dispatches of a desultory warfare at'
be a -winner, because it was right fiome points between cattlemen and
that it should win. It has long been j sheepmen. 'That Is not the "way to
considered the proper technical con-'settle matters, and those who engage
elusion that it shouid win, and yet in it w5n generally get the worst of
it has not always won. , -it uotn in thq fight and , getting
But day by day it is becoming the,. relief. i :
winner. It is the case in all lines of j
business, trades and professions;
more so with newspapers than any
other class of enterprise. The mer-
labor," the sav
ing runs, and in a sense it I
is true. Hut even love (
cannot lighten labor or
make it easy for the worn- 1
au who is in constant suf
fering from inflammation,
bearing - down pains or
other womanly diseases,
The one thing that can
make work easy for wom
en is souud health, and
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription is the thine that
will give sound health
to sick women. It cures
womanlv diseases which
cause weakness, and cures
SUMMER GOODS MUST GO
Our new Pall goods are coming in and we find room very
valuable in our store. We still have some Summer goods, and
we must sacrifice on these to hurry them out to make room for
new stock coming in. You will wear light-weight clothing for
several weeks yet, and we can save you money on all such
lines. Don't these Prices "Look Good" to you?
Dress Goods k
Fancy Dress Lawns, regular prices 22oand 253, sale price, per yd. 17
All 15o Batiste and Lawns, special Bale price. 1-
VII 10c Lawns and Cards, sale price 0,
Mercerized Madras, 25c value, Bale price IS
Silk Pongluette, 25c value, sale price -; U
All 35c Waists, to close out 25
All 50c Waists, to close out. ..... . . . . . . 0 ti
Silk Waists, black and colors, 13 ,o and ; . . . ...... 1 76
All White Waists and Higher Grade Waists 20 per cent, off regular
Children s Dresses
Special reduction of 20 per cent, on all grades.
Our 50c Dresses will go at V "" en
Our 7oc Dresses will sell at ; ...!A..t.. 60
Our 90c Dresses will sell at '
All higher priced ones at same reduction. - -
Boy's Suits, our regular price $3 25, sale price 2 60
Bov'e Suits, our regular price 15.00. sale price 4 00
Boy's Suits, our regular price $5.75, sale price 4 75
Saturday Staples Specials
The following prices are for SATURDAY ONLY.
Calico, all colors," 1U yards to one peraon, per yd n3
Ghiehani, a heavy crade, per yd 05
Bleached Muslinf 10 yards to one peison. per yd 03
Thread with other purchases, 10 spools for 25
THE FAIR The Place to Save Money
Meu's Suits, our regular price $12.S0, eale price. ... 10 00
Men's Suits, our regular price $lo 00. sale price . 12 00
Men's Suits,' our regular prk-e 10 00, sale price. A 8 00
a Hnita nnr rppular nrice $2 50, sale price ". .' - 00
"Who will be the next hero of thei
hour? Tracy is getting stale, it is'
thought Jeffries won the champion-
chant who keeps shoddy goods, a;snP a iKe "gnt and the .boy who, the backache, sideache, nervousness and
dingv store, does not advertise, has killed his antagonist in Porland with: other ills winch are the result ol woman
passed. He mar have been a sue- "IS Dare Hnucsies is in jail. Another! 'J
freak is in order.
IHtnam Co. W. Va. "I was treated by a trocd
I physician but he nerer seemed to do me anj
me vjTKXon uuiiy journal IS tnei sooa. I wrote to ur. k. . rserce lor aavice
iiiminiininiiiiiiiHHiiiiiniiiiiPfiiiiniiiiiitiiniHi mum 1
State Normal School.
cess in former times -when the peo
ple had to patroniza him, when there
was no competition, but that time has
passed. There is competition, sharp
and persistent in every line. The old
timer, the good fellow, the man who
is everybody's friend, but who re
mains in the rut, who has dropped out
of the procession, may wonder why
his friends pass him by and patronize
Jf it is a merchant it is because
the new competitor keeps a better
grade of goods, keeps them in more
attractive shape, advertises them,
treats his customers courteously,
does business on up-to-date methods
in short, is a new century business
If it is a lawyer, it is because he is
posted in "law, has a comfortable'
office, a good library, may be-tfound'
at his office when not engaged in
active work, is prompt to attend to
business, takes your case through
the formalities of the law .with pre
cision and safety, makes prompt re
mittances and is always found guard
ing his client's interests, has aban
doned the old slip-shod manner of
"handling things, and depends less on
display in the court-room and con
vivial sociability, but more on strict
up-to-date business and legal methods.
If it is a physician, it is because he
Is learned in his profession, keeps
posted by reading his medical jour
nals, has practical sense, is always
sober, kind and patient, treats his
patients with the care and interest
that a mother would treat her child,
Is equipped with modern medical
contrivances and surgica" instru
ments, treats his patient in the most
humane, but most effective way is
the .model up-to-date physician.
If it is the newspaper, it is because
it gives the reader what he wants.
Gives the news that Is news in the
most attractive and reaJable shape.
The cost is not thought of by the
reader. He wants the news. If It is
about a volcano on the other side of
I suffered from female weakness for nve
j monmi." writes Aiiss eu Meaner ui jive,
I which I received. telling rae to tate nis 1 fravor-
nrbL paper ever puoiisnea in tne rort-( ite Prescription and Golden Medical Ducov
land field outside of the Oregonian
building, that received mention in the!
Oregonian. But this mention wasj
made in the Oregonian in the way of j
an advertisement duly paid for.
cry. when I had ueu tne medicines a montn.
my health was much improved. It has corctin- ,
ued to improve until now I can work at almost ,
all kimL; of housework. I had scarcely any
appetite, but it is aU right now Have gained
several pounds in weight. Dr. Pierce"s medi
cines have done wonderfully well here. I ;
would advice all who suffer from chronic dis- ,
cslscs to write to Dr. Pierce. r
" Favorite Prescription " makes weak '
women strpng. sick women well. Ac
cept no surtitute for the medicine '
which works wonders for weak women, j
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
. MONMOUTH, OREGON.
3 Graduates of the School ere in constant C
3 demand at salaries ranging from H0 to (10' P
per month. Students take the state examina-E
3 tiotu during their course In the school and t
3 are prepared to receive Stats Certification
2 graduation Expenses range from $120 toJ'76p
3 pr year. Strong Normal course and well
a equipped Training Department. The Kail (s
' 3 Term opens Sep ember IHth. For catalogue
a containing full information, add'ess t
3 J. B. I. Bl'TLER, E. D. KESSLER, fc
3 Secretary President, ft
The entire state press, excepting!
the Oregonian and Evening Tele-j
gram, irrespective of politics, has!
spoken favorablv of Sir. Jackson's ' -Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
purchase of the Journal, and predicts to expense of mailing only. Send
. t 21 one-cent stamps for the paper-covered
ms success. book, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound i
' volume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf-
falo, N. Y. i
The Walla "Walla editor who could;
not tell a bloomer girl from a man;
mnct lmvo tnrt thorn nruv Ko.tlT- '
Hf may be trying to perpetrate a
Should any of .the .present aggrega
tions drop out of the Inland Empire
Baseball League, it might be that the
hloomer girls could be induced to fill
A man aged 130 years recently
died in San Francisco. He was a
foreigner and could not read the San
The newspaper cuts of Jeffries
since the battle do not give him the
appearance of having engaged in a
The -Terrible Turk," the cannon
ball catcher, the merry-go-round and
the bloomer girls all came and. have
The annual "bicycle-stealing" indus
try is now on in full blast. The wheel
thief is getting in his work all over
Do not get our Chamberlain mixed
up with the English Chamberlain.
The O. R. & N. Company recently
issued a new prospectus of Oregon,
Washington and Idaho. It was edit
ed bv the late Colonol Pat Tinnnn
the world he wants all of the news it contains several neat Illustrations,
about It. He does not care what it among them two wheat shipping
cost3 the paper. If it is an episode scenes near Pendleton, one "Between
la the jungles of Africa he wants to 100'0JS J
, ,,.,, , , , , cnd the other "141,000 Sacks of
know it all and know it quickiy; whent Waiting Shipment"
it does not matter what it costs. The Following are extracts taken from
paper first to get it and put it in the an article entitled "Self.Raising
best and most readable shape will Uk:" . . . .
v..o tt. With a climate of perpetual mild-
j.-- wo., nes8i n(J cyclones no niizzards over
ue oentnu tne paper mat uoes tms 50 varieties of indigenous grasses,
and his friend may run the other and streams and fountains of pure
paper, but it 1b not a question of mountain water everywhere, distilled
friendahln: it in tirwr h .n) .nri from glaciers and eternal snows, the
' . x . . Columbia River Empire Is a stock-
uuwb i suing 10 nave. 11 is pure- mB(iris' paradise. No housing, no
ly a case of merit. sheltering, no feeding, care or atten-
It is so in every avenue of trades tlon of any kind. Nothing to do but
and professions. Merit Js no longer ound uPhe self-raised cattle and
a. ouestlon of nentiment- It in a fact hor8eB to brand the ca,ves and colta,
a question or sentiment, it is a jact, and tfae Bheep tQ flh them
It is a sure winner. They themselves do the reat and
And Can Save Yon Money
if you need
Header Beds, Tanks, Feed
Racks or Cook Hotsses
There is no beverage that can ap
proach Sdiolte's Pilsener Beer.
It is always pure and of uniform
quality -of the highest excellence.
It has that luscious flavor, combined
with a body and strength, that is the
delight of ail connoisseurs.
nayes' Double Cyli
Cort STO&P "
m ji u iiv
VAN DRAR BROS. IW
xue ijesi nnw ei .
uu s Rood u aay.
Headquarters for Travefing la
Rates $2 oe Aav
Special rates by week or swath.
U&l OJJU UUUlUU 1UU1U 111 UUUKLOi
Onlv Three Rlnrks frrun
Comer Court and JohnnnStrwa,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
STOCK FOR SALE
We are prepared to give you
a first class job. Let bs
figure with you
Pendleton Planing M and
ROBERT FORSTER, ProprMtar
Vv.arein the transfering and
trucking business and are pre
pared to jnove light or heavy articles.
OFFICE-MAM ST., Kear Depot,
Telephone Main 61.
BAR IS CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. AXiTA & WEBB oTS
S3 Head crade, Shorthorn Cattle.
,27 Grade Shorthorn cows; 20 hve calves by
I ilde.S wlllcaUlnfaU. --
10 Two-year old ateers.
Young Stock and majority of
Cows by registered Shorthorn bull.
PIFTY-F VE H0ESES,
22 Marea. 12 have colu by aide. AU taave.
vrvu mis aeaaon. lu.nave been broke
? Three year old Kldlngi.
1 Three year old Ally.
7 Two year old mixed.
15 Yearling! .
5 Gej,dj5K-liave been worked-welght 12M
1 ?Jl?n.hlf Clyde half Shire, weljcht io
inuo jmrs oiq, niea in Dana tnree
years. Stallion used before him, lull blood
For Further Particulars Address
C. L. COX)
Alba, Umatilla County, Oregon.
Save the Pieces
and brlnK them to ui. .Vo break is to bad hnt
what we can repair It. We draw n, J iw? ?i
'LJ n,WttoB ft carriage would beii real
" nPklyCe ' tt DBW ne 10 wh,ch SwKSr
See Us About Gasoline Engines
Water St. near Main. I'endleton. Ore,
The East Oregonian la Eastern Ore
on a representative paper. It leads,
ITS- sST0,?!. "PP0'0 It and show
It by ther liberal patronafle. It la the
advertlslna medium of this eectien.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
and the only people In the aaddlery
bualneee that carry a complete stock of
Harneee, SadfUes, Bridlee, Buie, Sweat
Pads, Pack Baddlee and Bags, Teata,
Wagon Coveaa and Canvaa.
HEATED BY STEAM.
LIOMTED BY ELECTRICITY
American Han, rates ua w t
lenronean tilan. 60C 7SC,
Bpeclil rates by week or swaU
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r-ree ous mew
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Special attention giTettComitrj
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