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rth of July Out-
or Vacation Suit
...:. Suit here at
d fiolf Shirts, Correct
Club, Fl,r in 'hand and
Hat3, Any aiyie, onajJC ut.
?hne5. New Drop Toe,
Monkey Shin Vamp
ARRIVAL FROM PORTLAND
DEPARTURE TO THAT CITY.
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$3.50 rtm ?m i
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at tin pans or rusty Hemes ueuei prepare uy get
,ag the proper kind of kettles.
None better than Lava Enameled its always white
lean and sweet. Lasts a lone; time and in the end
osts less than tin or iron. No danger of spoiling
our fruit with Lava Enamelud Wari..
OMPSON HARDWARE Co.
B21 Main St. Headquarters for fishing supplies
Iwriters for Everybody, $35, $50 and $95
Visible Typewriter is
id the racket. Cannot
type. Writing in
speediest machine on
e and see our testi-
Typewriter received the
Gold Medal at the Paris Ex
position over all others.
'Will do the work of any
Typewriter Supplies and
Rubber Stamp goods.
MAPLE BROS, Agents
Electrical Supply House
217 Court gt.
eases the Taste" I
tor ldl Leaf Brand of !
i ulY' EE ln ne pound Packages j
8 MOCHA COFFEE in one pound packages i
Teas. Ex-trartc -A
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ID COFFEE & SPICE Co., " 3
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' 'fCShest fruit n( nii j n t ,A.,r tn
an nuius, uuii or jiiiouc vuui
delusive Ffff Hnnco
strawberries from Milton. Large, ripe cherries
' ew crop of oranges, lemons and bananas.
Proprietor fi07 Main St.
Visitors Here From Toronto, Canada
Returned From the State Pharma-
ceutlcal Association A Sumpter
Minister Has Gone to Eurooe on His i
Wedding Tour Attack cf Nervous
Milton, June 2C Miss Nora Kelly
v'f"' o Hc'Ix Wednesday where she '
will be the guest of Miss Jessie Ha !
mer for several days
"Kov. Q H. Glbhs nnd W. O Howard
returned home Tuesday from Ilenn
Mrs. h. O. Kdnilston. who was sud
denly called to Pierceville, Kansas,
by the serious Illness of her brother,
returned Tuesday morning: She left
hei- brother greatly improved.
Mr. Harry N. Waller, of Norton.
Kansas, arrived here yesterday nr..
has accepted n position as assist nut
cashier in the Milton hank.
Miss Amnnda Klaui. of Portland
arrived here Monday nlid will soend
the summer with her aunt mut um le,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Kiam.
Mr and Sirs. Chniles MacCaughey
arrived here Tuesday trom Toronto.
Canada, and are guests or Mr and
Mrs I), c. Sanderson.
Mrs. Kiln n. George went to Hot
Lake Wednesday, to visit her daugh
ter. Mrs. o. 11. Walter.
Charles M. Pierce was ere yes
terday from his home at Weston."
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Samuel, of
Dayton, Wafeh.. are here isltinu at
the home of Mr. and Mrs J. 1. Fra
iler. A. U. McKnlght's handsome new
lesldenee has been completed and ho
and his family moved n i'uedny.
Miss Estella Chapman has returned
to her homo at Walla Walla, after a
week's visit here with friends.
Mr. V. H. Chastaln rettirnfed this
nornlng trom Portland where he had
gone to attend tho meeting of the
Pharmaceutical Association." Charles
B. Williamson, who has been at the
prescription ease, left this afternoon
for Weston, where he is engaged in
Rev. A. J. Adams, of me Presbyter
Ian church has gone to Sumpter to
relieve the pastor or the church there,
who In company with his bride, has
gone to Europe on a wedding Journey.
Hev. I). C. Sanderson returned yes
terday from Wnltsburg, where on
Wednesday evening ue delivered a
Mrs. .1. I. Williamson is quite ill,
neing confined to her bed with an at
tack of nervous prostration.
Sold Out Merchant's Cafe.
On Wednesday, Mr. W. F. llaker,
proprietor of the Merchant's cafe,
sold out to Mr. F. M. Walker, who at
onco took possession. Mr. and Mrs.
linker will leave tomorrow in search
of a new location.
Entertained at Dinner.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Frazler enter
tained a few friends at dinner Wed
nesday evening. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Frazler, Mr. and
Mrs, D. C. Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs.
N. T. Maueea, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Craig, Mrs, E. W. Phelps and .Miss
Will Teach Again at Columbia College
Miss Marcuerino Winnlfuid, who
has been a primary teacher In Colum
bia College, took her departure Wed
nesday for Portland, whero sho will
spend the summer with her father.
Miss Wlnniford will return in time to
resume her duties this fall at the college.
HAIR WON'T FALL OUT.
Closing Out Summer Goods
We are making great preparations for a big Fall business anc
have ordered a big stock of new goods which will begin to arrive in
a short tims and we want to close out all Summer Goods as nearly
as possible, to make room for the new goods to arrive shortly.
Mote iho Tempting Prices Quoted Below
Big redaction of 20 per cent on
colored and white waists
White waists worth Si. 75; special for this
White waists wotth J a, 00 i
special for tins
Colored waists worth Si 75; special at. .$1.40
Colored waists worth St 35; ,, ..$1.08
Silk Waists worth S5.50; special price $4,00
Silk Waists, worth S3 50 and S3. 75; special
Gooii grade Batiste snmnior dress goods,
variety of patterns, good value at 10c a yd, I
our closing out prico, per yard 640 !
Zepher Gingjiams, 12c grade, per yd . . 10o ,
Tha above prices arc good until
every article listed is
Ladies wrappers, St kind: special 75a
Ladies wrappers, S'.jJ kind, special., $1,00
Ladies house dresses; corset lined, ft-is and
St. 25 kind. Special for this sale, each .. $1
All higher grade wrappers same reduction.
Better grade Batiste, usually sold for ta c.
sale price, per yard
All Fancy Waistings, Batistes, Lawns, etc ,
25c values, sale price, per yard 180
Summer Suitings such as hop sacking, . y
ert cloth and Allen suitings; ragular pi ie
12c and 15c per yard; sale price, per yd lOo
Dress Duck, 10c and :3c grades, Salt pn r
pur yard 8 ' 1
Summer wash silk, in wnist patterns, .( jar I
cuts; sale price $1.G0
Saturday night, June 27, and
a genuine bargain
Agents for McCnll's Pnttorns
YAKIMA SHEEP NEWS.
Great Number Being Sold and Taken
to Reserve Pastures.
North Yakiam. Wash., June "G.
John Clemnn this week sold 5000
yearlings at $3 n nenil, tho Wcnner
Sheep Company sold 1200 lambs to
Carstens Bros., for delivery between
July 1 and July 15, at $2.50 a head,
and the Berg Sheep Company sold
1500 lambs nt the same price lor
shipment East. These are the first
sales of sheep of any consequence
made by Vuklina sheepmen this
Many of the bandb are on their
w.iv to c mountains to erter thu
Rainier forest on July 1. There will
157,000 sheep feed in the reserve this
year, or 15,000 less than last year.
Vessey & Mcltae this week whipped
15 carloads of sheep to Chicago, be
ing the first to be sent to that mar
ket this spring. Coflln Bros, also
brought 10 carloads Into the valley
from Oregon to feed for the Puget
Sound market, and Frye, Bruhn t
Co. shipped four ears to Seattle.
I Stspeffjtoff STEEL Ranges
RELATIVES MUST PAY.
description at retail and wholesale
i"ETA1 PMt ,n world, made from typ meUI, cast
Into io.nmmd i,r nrir ti.oo ner bar. at the
If You Kill the Dandruff Germ With
the New Treatment.
John N. Fuller, a well-known citi
zen of Colfax, Wash., says: "I had
dandruff so badly that It caked on my
bcalp. Herpicide completely cured
me." George H. Mcwmrit or wnua
Walla. Wash., says: "Hcrpicido com
pletely cured me of a bad case of
dandruff oi 30 years' standing." They
took the only really sonslblo treat
ment a remedy that destroys tno
dandruff ' germ Newbro's Herpicide.
Stop dandruff, hair won't fall out. but
will grow naturally, luxuriantly. Al
lays itching instantly and makes the
hair glossy and soft as silk. At drug
gists. One bottle will convince any
doubter or its merits. Sold by lead
ing druggists. Send 10c In stninps for
bample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit,
Mich Sold by F. W. Schmli. & Co.
Vill Have to Buy Seed.
inhn Hoffman, who is farming
something like 2.400 arres on Eureka
flat, returned from a trip through
that district yesterday and tills morn
ing said that if an average of 1C toj
18 bushels per acre were oiiuiiueu,
farmers may consider themselves in
luck, says the Walla Walla States
man. Some fields, he stated, would
average much better, but In muny
Instances whole fields or spring wheat
and in some instances fali wheat will
hardly be worth the cutting Farmers
are now figuring on pulling out oven
on the year's work and while somo
will have a little money this year,
others will little more than pull oven
if they do that. Many farmers. It Is
believed, will be compelled to buy
their seed wheat this fall.
Blacksmith shop In Pendleton, for
sale. See Earnhart, Association
New Law Compels Division of Ex
pense of Caring for Insane.
Salem, Oro., June 2G. The first
commitment to the insane asylum
under the new law, requiring tno hus
band, parents or guardians to con
tribute $10 per month toward the
maintenance of the patient, was en
tered on record yesterday.
Mrs. Grace E. Witliiw. Iho wife
of P. I.. W'lthrow, was adjudged in
sane and ordered committed to the
asylum. .Mrs. Wlthrow is a resident
of Corvallls, but has for some time
been lecelving tientmeut nt thu Floi
ence sauitorlum In tills city. She is
20 years of age and this Is her first
When $40,000 Is Raised the Order
Will Build in Tacoma.
Tacoma, Wash., Juno 2C. At the
meeting of tho Masonic Tempio As
sociation held last night. It was
brought out that more than half of the
$10,000 necessary for the building of
the new temple has been subscribed.
No soliciting has been done lately,
but tho committee will start out with
in a few days aud raise the balance,
when the contracts will be let. So far
only the lodges and a few of tho lead
ing members of the society have
been asked to contribute, consequent
ly It is not anticipated that there will
be any difficulty In securing the balance.
The National Electric Light Asso
ciation will bold its 1904 meeting in
St. Ixmls during "Electrical Congress
Week" at the World's Fair, Septem
M m m I. .
f Five Porcelain Tubs f
Are now to be found at
Privett's Barber Shop and
Bath Rooms. We also have
five hydraulic chairs. Every
thing is neat and clean. Wt:
employ none but first-class
workmen. Our equipment is
not excelled ir Eastern Ore.
I Privett'5 Barher Shop f
4 n IfrAtt
for n Range or Cook Stovo for
Harvest uso. Wo have Stool
$25 to $70
Cast Cook Stoves from
$iO to $40
All guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. Gall aud oxamino my line
TAYLOR, the Hardware Man e
741 Main Street
A car load of Ranter
beer, the best that ever
struck Pendleton, is
now in the new Cold
Storage, Can he had
at Grate's or Ross the
manager of the Cold
Storage, either in kegs
t Watch Joe Basle fs
! Ad Next Week and
He mii Give for a Month
407-412 Main Street
The Furniture Man