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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1903)
You always get GOOD GOODS at Alexander's.
HE LENTEN SEASON
Will be observed by msny. We want to en
tertain and help along all those in the keeping.
So we will arrange sales each day on materials
that will do you good and you can do good with.
)rchon Laces for trimming, Strong A TT4
and Stardy 7
rench Nainsook, Soft yet Strong and f A xtA
IStordy ' 7
ick French Peat de Soie for Coats QQr rJ
kand Waists, w' 7W
fhite Belmont Laces for Trimming Uri- Qr -ri
Alexander Dep't Store
WIH M I 11 1 11' 4
IRRIGATED LANDS, FRUIT LANDS
iLFALFA LANDS, GARDEN LANDS
istrawberries, Melons, Grapes and every forage plant,
'Vegetable, Fruit and Flower known cau be success
fully grown on the Irrigated Lands of the
OREGON LAND AND WATER CO.
a Situated along the Columbia River from Umatilla west.
We are prepared to Irrigate and have for sale 6ooo acres
of these choicest lands, and offering them for sale with
lPERPETUL water rights
it $50.00 per Acre (for the hrst 1000 Acres only.)
iAnnual charge for water not to exeeed $1.00
iper acre. For further information call upon or write to
I. BERKLEY, Pendleton, Oregon
)REG0N LAND & WATER CO., UMATILLA, ORE.
AAA AAA AAA A AAAAI
Fresh, Reliable Garden Seeds. The kind that are pro-
stive. Don t take chances wasting your efforts, Onion sets,
artin's Family Grocery and Bakery
SAM'L I. DAVIS, Y CA Ul
!K FOR "BANKER" SIZE
2 for 25c
JfN & LEWIS, Distributors
W DO YOU
store can never be
nnless It advertises
expect people to know wh
youhave to sell l( y,pu doif'l
MONROE HICKS HAS GONE TO
CALIFORNIA FOR HEALTH.
Many Sick In the Neighborhood
Ruth Eckley Dlee of Bronchitis
Jim Compton. Sells Potatoes at
Good Price Charles Lehti Prepar
ing to Clear Up Timber Land.
Briggson, Or., March 10. Mr. and
Mrs. John Dlom, the aged couplo who
have boon confined to their home for
some time with the grip, are report
ed to be convalescent,
Tho warm, spring-like weather pre
valent hero for the past two weeks,
took a decided change a few days
ago and old winter gave us a remin
der that It had not yet bid us adieu.
Sam Rose, who has been visiting
relatives at Grangeville, Idaho, for
the past two months, has returned
Jolln Harkus has sold his bunch of
cattle to Gus Stumbaugh, of Bing
ham, Mrs. Albert Phelps, of Tillamook,
who has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. James Navin, has gone to Port
land where she will visit her aged
father and friends before returning
Ruth, the Infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Eckley, died last Friday
from the effects of bronchitis, super
Induced by measels. Ruth was a very
sweet child, and their many friends
sympathize with them In their sad be
reavement. Miss Bessie Navin, who has been
sick with measles, is reported to be
Mark Carglll Is visiting relatives
and friends on McKay Creek.
Mrs. Maud Stanfield, of Adams, Is
in Walla Walla, being treated for her
Thomas Harkans, of Briggson, has
been quite at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Isaac Hagen, near Pendleton.
Monroe Hicks suffered quite a se
vere illness from pneumonia the past
two months and has now gone to Cal
ifornia for the benefit of his health.
Should the climate prove beneficial It
Is said Mr. Hicks contemplates Als
posing of his interests here and will
take up his residence there in the
Mr. Abrihamson returned last
week from a visit to his daughter,
Mrs. Fanning who has been quite sick
at her home near Cold Springs.
Jim Compton took a load of pota
toes to Pendleton last week and
found quite ready sale for them at 65
cents per sack. l.aolnrdl
cents per sack, which is a good price
for this time of year. It Is feared
they will be very scarce In this vicin
ity, as the greater portion of the crop
was unharvested on account of win
ter setting in so early, and the dam
age by freezing is very great.
Mr. Gillis, of Athena, has purchas
ed 400 acres of land from F. K. David
son on Reed and Hawley mountain,
and is having 300 cords of wood cut
thereon. He will fence the entire
piece in the spring.
Charles Lehti has bought a new
stump-puller preparatory to clearing
up a large acreage this spring.
Fred Rasenzweig, retiring grocer of
Athena, has taken a homestead in
Franklin county, and will move his
family up by the 15th of April. His
old friends and patrons wish his the
greatest of success in his new voca
tion. Lewis Chiistianson went to Pendle
ton on business last week.
Harvey Williams has moved with
his family near Waterman station,
where he has employment on tho
farm of Warren Raymond, for the
TALK ABOUT LACE CURTAINS ! You ought to see ours. Our
new Curtains have just arrived and we have the finest assortment to be
found in the city, and our prices are lower than ever. Wo have always had
A fine values and nice patterns, but these are far ahead of anything we have
V' ever had.
1 1 1 We have decided to make special inducements during this week, our
opening sale on Lace Curtains and Laces, and all who avail thomsolves of
Othis opportunity to purchase Lace Curtains will bo more than ploased with f
the bargains we offer. We list only a few of tho many kinds wo have: J
Weather Very Disagreeable Mrs.
Vaughn Returns Home Several on
Helix, March 10. The weather is
very cold and disagreeable. Consid
erable snow fell Saturday night.
Among those on the sick list are
Mrs. J. F. Hill, Mrs. John Scott, Miss
Lulu Simpson, Frank Richmond and
Mrs. Vaughn, who has beep attend
ing her father, W. C. Kern, In his
Illness, returned to her homo in Athe
L. D. Smith and family returned
from Pendleton Saturday evening.
Wesley and Arthur. Grover, Mies
Maud Grover and Mrs. Harlon Rich
mond went to Pendleton Saturday to
attend the funeral of their uncle, A.
A. W. Grover was In Pendleton last
Miss Maude Bott will go to Pendle
Rev. Toby gave a lecture here on
Sunday evening In the Interest of the
Orphans' home, at Portland.
A little daughter made her appear
ance at the home of County Commis
sioner Walker and wife, on February
24. Weight 10 pounds.
Small size Lace Curtains, good patterns,
50c values, special, 89c pair.
Medium size Curtains, good patterns,
three yards long, special, 75c pair.
Good size Curtains, 3 yards long, wide
enough for any ordinary window, beau
tiful patterns, special, $1,00 pair.
Large size Curtains, 3 yards long, very
wide, special, $1 25 pair.
Large size Curtains, 3 yards long, 50
inches wide, good variety of patterns,
fine values at $1-75, our special price,
Large size Curtains, 3 yards long, 56
inches wide, beautiful patterns, our spe
cial price on these for this sale, $1.75
In addition to above described Curtains
we have a dozen designs, all large size
Curtains, and designs too varied and
beautiful to describe, prices ranging
as follows: $2 50, $2.75, S3.00, $3.50,
$4.00, $4.25, 55 00 and $5.50 pair.
You must see these finer Curtains to
fully appreciate the values we are of
fering. Sec our Window Display.
This is opening week also on Laces.
While we can't describe all our pat
terns, nor quote all our prices, we can
truthfully say we have the newest, nic
est things in this line, and our prices are
Valenciennes Laces from lc yd to 25c
Applique Lace Trimmings, all colors
from 5c yd to (JOc yd.
All-over Laces, white, cream, ecru and
black, all prices.
Calico, 10 yds to one person 3c yd
LL House Lining, any quantity. 3C J d
Bleached Muslin, 10 yds to a person. 3c yd
THE STORE THAT
SAVES YOU MONEY.
BEST FOR THE
it jou liaren't a recular. healthy raoTemnt of tilt
bowels iiury dny, jou're III or will be. Keep yoai
bowels open, biii be well. Force. In the en .poor Tto
cut phjfcioor lull poison, U duiicerous. The smooth
iot.eatlKst, iiidbi perfect way of keeping the bovell
;leurand clean Is to taUo
f C CATHARTIC .
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
n..c,nl Vnlntnltl l(,t,lf . Tafitft fioorf. DotiOOd
N-ver 8iel.'en, Weaken, or Gripe, 10, 25, and 60 centl
Der box, wme lor nee rumple, mm uwwe, ,
TEiiLiNa nrsirriv connxr. tiiicioo or yoiu.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
The Grand Trunk Gold Mine
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
Texas Woodmen Meet.
San Antonio, Texas, March 10.
embers of, the Woodmpn of the
Wqrld 'have rounded up hero from all
over the state for tho annual con
vention of the head camp. The pros
perity of tho order in Texas Jb mani
fested by the large and representa
tive character of, ,tbe ,attendance.Tho
sessions are to continue' several 'days
and the business' of ' the convention
will be enlivened by various features
of entertainment provided by the local
branch of the order.
Building paper, lime,
cement, brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
ARE YOU READY TO BUY
THEN LOOK AT THIS LIST
Four and a half lots with two large
pretty cottages, .all well Improved.
Now rented for 80 a month, $4600.
A lodging house, 14 rooms
very centrally located, $2500.
A lodging house, 14 rooms and lot,
ny centrally located, $2500.
A lot about three blocks fro n Main
A bouse. 8 rooms and lot, Ave block
off Main street, $1100,
Other houses and lota from $500 to
Single lots from $izo to ysw accora-
Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining District.
Is located upon the GREAT MOTHER
LODE system of veins and has for neigh
bors on that vein such well known
mines as the NORTH POLE valued at
$10,000,000. The COLUMBIA valued at
$5,000,000. GOLCONDA valued at $3,
000,000. THE MONMOTH G. M. CO'S
BELLE BAKER mine valued at $5oo,
000. THE BALD MOUNTAIN valued at
$5oo,ooo. THE IBEX valued at $400,
000, and many others.
The Grand Trunk Gold Mining and Milling Go.
Owns its Property Cons'stlng of 160 Acres of Rich Qold Bearing Vein
It has no indebtedness of any character.
It has a conservative mining and business management.
It is offering 50,000 shaies of stock at 155 per share.
It will become a divideni payer in a short time.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and to make
careful investigation of its merits.
It has the indorsement of mining men, business men and
bankers of Eastern Oregon.
Write us today and let us post you.
H. S. McCailfim & Company,
Minors, Brokorsand Financial Agonta,
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Or R. S, BRYS0N, Local Agent, Pondleton, Oregon.
Our Weekly Mining Letters on Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining
District Free on Application.
ing to location.
our lota together $600.
bix Jots togetner, ku,
iFourteen lota together, whole block,
Will eell for cat h or on easy terms.
'Will explain and show property up
on application. Pendleton is growing
rapidly and Investment now will, in
mr ouinlon. Drove profitable. To the
average man in the, West, the surest
way to profit is in real estate invest-
C. D. BOYD, 111 Court Street
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS.
We have'the largest stock of carpetBj outside of Portland, in
the state. This is an undisputable fact, We offer better bar
gaius than can be had in Eastern Oregon, another fact which
is proven by the low prjees we are offering.
BAKER Sc FOLSOM,
Nt?xt door to Postofllce.
We announce that we have opened undertaking parlors in
connection with our furniture and carpet store and will answer
calls day or night. Phone Black 273.
BEST DRY WOOD
We hav.e bought of the Alien Brothers, their Interest in the
Wood buulneBB, and iiow we are ready to furnish the best
dry wood on short notice. Office 638' Main Street.
Phone U2i, P, P. COLLIER & CO.