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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1903)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY. MAY 26, 1903.
ISERE IS SOMETHING DOING
itnrdaT May 23, 1903, we will inaugurate
S of Men's and Boys ClotUng, 47 suits
tual $12.5 and $15,00 Talues Correct
nto-date styles. Choicest Scotch, Eng
land American woolens. Your Choice
Itxander Dept. Store
MAPLE BROS, Agents
Equal to any $100 Machine
Typewriter Supplies and Rub
ber Stamp Good?
iweek ends the opportunity to buy
i at cost and less than cost. The
fug we occupy has been in litiga
lor years, but the final case has
i tried and we trust the decision
Ibe handed down before June 1st,
i we wish to commence remodeling
geo advertised last week will still hold good.
p i uui ai a corresponding hour both Friday
waay we will quote some exceedimrlv "warm"
!lm?il0lla- m- 18 lbs- sugar 1
" to 1 p. m. 6 bars Owl soap and one
m 1 to o D. m. Aim. Via onl To
.Pr pound, 27c '.".;
3 tO D. m. K rmnl-o A .f. EX C.ln OSn
Ner this is your last opportune
LIL ? f,ne china at less than cost,
ranees were offered by a depart
Erore m Portland it would take a
!Kie c" lu KeeP lIC pcu
OF SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Severe Storm Near Alba Is Hard on
Shorn Sheep Fine Blooded Short
horn Bull Changes Hands William
Fletcher Afflicted With a Cancer.
Ridge. May 25. William Fletcher,
of Nye, and his brother, Arthur, who
has been visiting him. went up In
the pig Bend country, Washington,
to visit another brother, and then
Mr. Fletcher intends to proceed to
San Francisco to tako a treatment
from a specialist for his cancer.
Professor A. M. Crozicr, who has
been managing the winter and spring
term of schoo. at Gurdano. has re
signed his position and starts for
Brownsville, 111., this week, where he
will take charge of and manage a
warehouse for his brother, H. H. Cro
sier, who is a largo wheat dealer ...r.
Crozlcr has been in this county about
2o months, and during that time he
has taught over 20 months of very
James Nelson, of Vinson, has mov
ed his large herd of stock cattle to
his mountain ranch and range near
the Lehman Springs for summer.
Jerry Durham and J. H. Itobertson
were transacting business in Pilot
Rock and. vicinity this week.
James Marcum. of Gurdnne. made
n trip to Pendleton this week on bus
iness. F. B. Hartshorn, of Gurdano, made
a business trip to Pendleton this
Frank Corley, of Gurdano, is visit
ing in this locality today.
Miss Margaret Turner is slopping
at present .a the vicinity of Pilot
J. llakcr lias returned homo after
a visit in Pendleton tor a short time.
The shcepshearcrs are at the Ed
wards Bros, shearing.
Mrs. C. R. Cate, of Guraane. has
been b&aly off with heart trouble, but
Is Improving again. She is under the
doctor's care at Pilot Rock.
F. F. Fletcher-and his mother, Mrs,
William Fletcher, of Nye, were trans.
acting business In the city of Pendle
ton this week.
William blmonton was transacting
business in Pendleton this week.
TVililam Fharnwald was tiding bus!
ness in pilot Rock last Tuesday.
James h. Hall, of Gurdane. was do
ing business in Pendleton this week,
Superintendent Nowlln visited the
Gurdane school last week and is mak
ing a visit at this end ol the county.
Thomas Ogle reports wheat In lair
condition near Ills farm north of Pen'
dleton. He also reports that a water
spout of last January washed a ditch
ana some holes in the road running
through his farm, one-iralf 'mllo, and
that the road supervisor has Just com
pleted the filling and leveling un of
George W. Linsner sold to Jacob
Borne, of Ukiah, a fine thoroughbred
bhorthorn bull calf the other day.
Tnls makes the second deal of the
same kind between these two gentle
men in the last 10 months, with good
prices being received.
The family of Verne Bannister, oi
Athena, are reported to nave a severe
attack of scarlet fever at present.
Dug Out Six Coyotes.
B. F. Ogle and S, C. Kllgore. of
Athena, wen; transacting business in
Pendleton. Pilot Rock and this local
ity this week While here they and
J. T. Ogle captured six young coyotes
under an old house on the farm.
Snow on Mountains.
P. R, and M. E. Fletcher were out
on the mountains looking up cattle
range last Monday. The)' reported
five inches of snow on the Cold
Spring, near Alba, and still snowing.
Snow was drifting some. They say
two bands of Antone Vey's sheep,
storm bound between Cold Springs
and the Peterson Meadows. They
had lost four and expected to lose
Kansas Pharmacists Have a Holiday
and a Convention.
Chanute, Kas., May 20. The Kan
sas Pharmaceutical Association, com
onsed of the leading druggists through
out the state, began Its twenty-fourth
annual meeting here today, The eeS'
slon began at 10 o'clock this morning
with an address of welcome by Mayor
D. M. Kennedy, to which response in
behalf of the visitors was made ly r.
A. Snow, of Topeka.
Tho annual address of the president,
J. W, Cooltson, and the reports of
other officers and of committees oc
cupied the leraainder of the opening
session. New officers are to be chos
en tomorrow and the convention will
como to an end Thursday Many or
tho members are accompanied by
their wives and families, and the feat
ures of entertainment form an Im
portant part of tbo three days' pro
gram. Power of Labor,
Khramsin. the Russian traveler,
having observed Levator's diligence
in study, visiting mo sick ''"
ing the poor, greatly surprised at his
nniMtv K.iifi to him. "Whence have
you so much strength of mind and
powor or endurance: -uy m.-"j.
replied he, "man rarely wants the
Dower to work when ho possesses
tho will. The more I labor in tiie dis
charge of my duties so mucn mu mum
ability and Inclination to labor do I
find within myself."
Big Reduction Sale
This week will be one of special preparatian for
many ot our customers who are preparing to go
to Walla Walla next Monday to see President
Roosevelt. We have decided to make Special
Inducements in the way of reduced prices, to all
who want to outfit for the big excursion. Notice
our tempting list of SPECIAL BARGAINS
Dtess Goods Furnishings
AH wool Scotch suiting, 46 in. wide, Ladies shirts, all grades, special reduction
this week only 80c yd of to percent.
Wide novelty wool suiting, 54 in. Ladies hose, good light weight, fast colors,
wide, this week only $1 yd for this week 7c pair
All wool heavy etamine 48-in. wide, Ladies dress and walking skirts, all grades,
this week only 85c yd reduced 10 per cent
Snow-flake novelty suiting 37 in wide, Misses shirt wuists, white and colored, re-
this week only 40c yd duced 10 per cent
All wool albatros, all colors, this week 44c yd Full line Misses muslin underwear, all rc
All wool summer etamine suiting, duced to per cent
light shades 480 yd Ladies tailor made suits, for one week, re-
Light summer dress batiste, all colors duced 20 per cent
this week only 6c yd Men's clothing, all grades, for one week, re
Scotch lawn, all colors ac yd duced 10 per cent
Zephyr ginghams, plain or figured . .83c yd Boy's clothing, all grades, for one week, re
Calicos, all colors, 10 yds. to 1 person 4c yd duced 10 per cent
n . , , . , , Men's and Boy's hats, felt, straw, and
Price quoted are good for tins week only crash( rcdu d jo ccn'
The above reductions arc bona fide cuts from our regular prices, and those who know us best,
know that fce never mark up our goods for our Special Sales,
TUBT CHlll Agents for
Inb Hlfl McCall's Patterns
JUr. Frank Morrison, secretary of
the American Federation of Jabor,
reports relative to tho conditions of
employment during March, 1903, that
2.1 per cent of 36,293 were without
employment. In February of 49,790
reported 0.1 per cent wero unemploy
ed. It is also reported that during
last March 157 charters were issued
by" the federation as follows: Na
tional and international melons, 2;
central bodies, 12; federal labor
unions, 54; local trade unions, 89.
When long, silvery hairs aro found
extending beyond the feathers on tho
thighs and lower body of the bird, it
is almost certain Indication of health
M Other ltd!, Ml and
Instant Relief and Speedy
Cure Afforded by
Cnticura Soap, Oinlmenl and Pills
When All Else Fails.
COMPLETE TREATMENT, $1.00.
The agonizing Itching and hurulng of
the skin, as in eczema; the frightful
dealing, as In psoriasis ; tho loss of hair
and crusting of the scalp, as in sculled
head; the facial disfigurement, as In
jilmples and ringworm ; tiie awful suf
fering of Infants and the anxiety of
worn-out parents, as In milk crust, tet
ter and salt rheum, all demand a rem
edy of almost superhuman virtues to
successfully copo with them. That
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and 1111s aro
such stands proven beyond all doubt.
No statement Is mado regarding them
that Is not justified by tho strongest
evidence. Tho purity und sweetness,
the power to afford Immcdlato relief,
the certainty of speedy and crmanent
cure, tho absolute safety und great
economy, liavo mado them the standard
skin cures and humour remedies of tiie
Jtathe the affected parts with hot
water and Cuticura Soap, to cleanse tho
surface of crusts and scales and soften
the thickened cuticle. Dry, without
hard ruhhlng, and apply Cuticura Oint
ment freely, to allay itching, Irritation
und Inflammation, and soothe and heal,
uud, lastly, In the severer forms, take
Cuticura insolvent 1111s, to cool and
cleanse the blood. A single set Is often
sufficient to cure the most torturing,
disfiguring and humiliating skin, scalp
and blood humours, with loss of hslr,
when all else fulls.
I have a larger and better
list of Farms, Stock Ranches
and City Property to sell
than ever before. Also a big
lot ot land in the com in
wheat section of Eastern
Wc Don't Keep Everything
But we do Keep it Kxxl big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Hustle and Finish,
ill all grade. Also all klndn
of Dimension LumUr, in
cluding Lath and Bhluglcs.
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
, Boxes Is complete, and any
one in need of Lumber will
! not be wrong In placing
their order with the : : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W; A C. R. Depot
;klJM&' : Ren
Klefiotlrfurnlibed with modem appllsncei
Klectrlc light and running water la euch room
Rooms br the ly week or month. Bedi 1h,
60, JSC. K. F, UKNN, Irop. m Cottonwood 8t.
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OUEdONJAN I'UB. CO., Pendleton, Oregon.
Bar in connection.
Bet. Alta & Webb Sts.
In Center of Block.
F. X. Schempp
Monopolc, Hock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers ol Groceries
Good Country Butter 30o to 4Qo
Oroamery Butt or 6O0 per roll,
Tillamook and California Cheese.
Wo have Just added a new delive
ry wagon to our equipment und
will mako prompt delivery to any
pari 01 mo ouy,
D. KEMLER & SON
The Big Store in a Small
lit Street, Opposite Savings Bank
Tht East Oreuonlan It EasUrn Or-
0on' representative paper. It leads
and th peopla appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronaoa. it la ths
advertising medium of this lactlan.