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Yon 'always ge't GOOD GOODS at Alexander's.
I A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY
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Of all the newest styles of the very best qualities in Dress
Goods, Silks, Ladies' Jackets, Waists, Walking Skirts and
Neckwear for the Fall and Winter of 1902 and 1903. Re
garding prices. You will find them right, too.
SILK AND VELVET WAISTS Our styles are adapted from
Paris and Berlin models-Made by the best waist maker in
New York City--They are made of Persian velvet, Pcur de
Chine silk, some with hand 'stitched embroidery, others
have Appliqued lace in a wide range of colorings. Blue,
pink, cream, garnet, black, residu and ciel. Prices, $12.50,
$10.00, $8.50, $7.48, $5.98, $4.98.
NEW DRESS GOODS Here are some good ones. 50 inches
wide, all wocl and heavy, in the new canvas, basket and
hop sacking weaves. They come in the shades of grey,
brown, mode, garnet, navy, black. Prices, $1.98, $1.48,
$1,25 and $1.00 per yard.
FALL JACKETS, An immense assortment in all the new
lengths, all the new cloths, all the new colors. A perfect
fit guaranteed. Don't you think that you had better choose
early? The nicest always go first. Prices, $15.50, $12.50,
$10.00, $7.50, $5.00, $4.48.
i Alexander Dept. Store
GRAND PICNIC AT KINE'S GROVE
Dancing begins Sunday at .2 p. m. Admission to dancing plat
form 25 cents,; ladies free. Busses to and from the
grounds day and night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can be engaged for
pionb parties by applying to PETER SMITH, at Hotel
HOME G0UN1Y NEWS
FREE WATER ON THE MOVE.
a Good Town With "Somethlna
Doing" All the Time.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor, ol Pendleton,
was In tho city Tuesday.
Fay Stanton is in Pendleton this
week visiting relatives and friends.
M. H. nice, the hustling Insurance
man of Freewater, is in Pendleton
Miss Myrtle Hurst, who was severe
ly hurt in a runaway a few days ago.
Is now able to carry her arm without
Miss Josephine Wilson left Wed
nesday for Pendleton where she will
spend a few days visiting her sister,
Mrs. J( W. Chandler.
Harvesting is about over In this
section. Lon Williams' crew and ma
chine left Wednesday for the Palouse
country and expect to bo gone a
month or six weeks.
Smallpox has been effectually
stamped out in this city and vicinity.
The last quarantine was raised this
week and people are beginning to
breathe easy again. Restrictions
from public gatherings have also been
raised and things aro dropping back
in their usual routine.
J. T. Hinklo, of Pendleton, was in
the city Wednesday on business con
nected with the Clay Gordon caso.
Mr. Hinklo is attorney for Gordon
and hopes to get the young man out
of trouble without the caso coming
to trial. Mr. Hinklo returned to Pen
dleton on Tuesday evening's train.
There Is "something doing" in Free
water all tho time. If you don't be
lieve It take a walk through tho city
and notice the improvements bolng
made, all of which speak well for our
city's future progress. Carpenters
are In constant demand, and many
new business and dwelling houses
will bo erected in Froewator during
the next two months.
Milton Eagle: Mrs. Win S. Brown
and children, of Pendleton, aro visit
ing at tho home of Mrs. W. S. Brown.
Miss Grace Hawks, of Pendleton,
spent Saturday and Sunday visiting
at tho home of O. W. Ingle.
expect people to know what
you have to sell If you don't
The new store can never be A nCDTIOO
known nnless It advertises V EZL Fl I !OC f
HOW DO YOU
A Monster Harvester.
Mr. John Hoffman of Eureka Flat
entertained a number of visitors at
his big ranch last Sunday by giving
an exhibition of how his newly pur
chased big traction engino and com
bined harvester worked. The har
vester in use by Mr. Hoffman Is the
strangest ever seen in tho Walla
Walla valley. It la drawn by a 60
horsepower traction engine, which re
sembles a locomotive and which is
very much more under tho control of
its driver than would be a team of
horses. The harvester does not de
pend on traction for power. There is
a separate engine attached to the ma
chine. This ia capable of exerting 30
horsepower and operates the thresher
and header. When 10 sacks are
threshed and sewed they are dump
ed in a pile in the field. The machine
worked without a hitch Sunday.
Not Doomed For Life,
"I was treated for three years by
good doctors," writes W. A. Greer,
McConnelvIlle, O., "for Piles and Fis
tula, but when all failed, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured mo in two weeks."
Cures Burns, Cuts, Corns, Sores,
Eruptions; Salt Rheum, Piles or no
pay. 25c at Tallman &.Co.s drug
Oregon Dally Journal.
The Oregon Daily Journal, printed
at Portland, is tho paper for busy
people. It gives the news in con
densed form, so that anybody has
time to read it Such papers are bet
ter for busy people than tho "blanket
sheets" that go into detail. The
Several hundred natives wore kill
ed in the recent great land slides in
Well, let us talk about Winter Underwear in
the summer time. That's on our mind now.
It's 00 lato to buy more Summor Under Gar
ments, therefore get in early and be prepared.
Buy of us ae we are
$2.50 A Suit 'frr1 Frico $2.50
Get one and you will bo convinced that you
Big Boston Store
Corner Main and Court Streets.
Original Selling Price
THIS IS NOT A
Slaughtering Price Cuts
In All Departments.
This is not a fire sale, but a sale of Dry Goods, severely damaged by SMOKE. These goods will be
sacrificed at a Tremendous Sale to be continued for 30 days in all Departments.
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Immense Dress Goods
Sale. 000 yds. Black
and Colored Wool Goods, L
BUT A SALE OF
Ail out Cotton and Wool Dress
Goods Remnants at Half
Price. Get a Glimpse
$ t .25 and $ t .50
Gloves all Colots,
Smoke Pce .
Hosiery and Underwear
Fifty I)ozen Ladies' 25c Black Cotton Hose, J 01
Smoke Price A"2t
Twenty-five Dozen LadieB' 25c Gauze Vests, A 01.
Smoke Price .-. A2l
Ladies' and Men's Shoes
All our Low Shoes and Slippers, in sizes 2 f TJR
to 4, Regular $1.25, $1.50, $2,,Smoko Price.... J U
Special Line of Men's Shoes, Smoke Price .... .. 1,00
40 Men'a Suite, regular price 1 12.50 to f 18, Sale Price $9.50
60 Men'a Suite, regular price $7.60, 8.60 to 10, Sale Price 6.50
20 per centoffon all Boy's and Youth's Clothing.
33 t-3 pet cent OFF on all
160 Men's Negligee Shirts, regular price, 76c, fl.00 and 1.60, Hale
Price ' aoc
Special Boys' Waist and Shirt Sale . . 25c
These are only a few of the Goods on Sale, to give yo an Idea of what the Prices are like in all oar Departments.
THE BIG BOSTON STORE
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