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DAILY EAST OHKGONIAN, PINOLKTOW. OIUMON. FRIDAY, JULY
Ifl0t take loogi for the public tb find out the
Id for bargains. They have been coming our
exDect to draw the DrOCfiSSlftll Hart.
if prices will do it. The following are good
-.irtriSS SHOES in light and dark crev, nicelv lined.
fbstantial counter and box toe which holds the shoe in
.gfully finished, ideal hot weather shoe, special
1 tf1 OC 3 A p
BOYS' SHOES in colt skin, box calf, vici kid, latest
land Styles. i"c suuu 'u.oure muu inai you
3 ana 3 50 FCW' $i5.0U
Limnr irnWS Patent Leather Blnclier. something cmt.ii
f IiXiJu " n
liter or more stylish, regular $6, special value ....$5
uTFUD Patent Colt Skin one of the late stylish leath
er $5- special value $4
'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
IsuppHes at Neuman'8.
U artistic wall paper.
lies (5 and up. Kaders.
tses and sheep. Wade.
lest bread, get Itohrman's.
rent, Inquire of Chris
! to read the Underwood
1 la this issue.
L. 221 Court street,
Lies and fruits.
lerent styles of extension
1(5 to $30. Rader'8.
," the best cigar made, at
store. Court street.
: ranches In Camas Pra-
1 1.000 acres. TVado.
of Imported and domestic
I clam cuowuer at uraizs.
cigars got tho best of you
kit of cigars. Haiilon's.
Inpss rhnnceft on Main
llreets. Low rents. Wade.
1 shop In Pendleton for
llow cost all summer, mil-
leclally patterns. Mrs.
it vacant lots, como and
never quit till wo suit
lalcy, the one pneo cloth-
Ms, have commenced
I sacrifice sain 011 summer
1 you need a suit for the
lyou do you can save from
: dollars on a suit. Their
will find no such assort-1
p of all kinds aB we carry
, as always, nro tne low-:
GS-Lots of cute little
50c to $3.00.
IINGS In your favorite
or comblnatlcin nttlni
oiio uoesn 1
much in wedding rings,
HA n,n. II... . . .
- nuui lUUHiy, won,
set It here,
fER and OPTICIAN i
Castle's for fresh fish.
$50 given away. See page 4.
Try The Delta's Iced drinks.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
Ironcrs wanted at the Domestic
No extra charge for tabulator on
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
309 Court street.
House to rent, enquire L. E. Pen
land, 205 Willow street.
U C Rader about that $50 worth of
furniture ho Is giving away.
Received dally, fresh tamales,
crabs and crawfish at Cratz's,
Big sale of fireworks, flags, Roman
candles, Bky rockets, etc. Nolf's,
Wanted Middle-aged woman for
housework. Apply at this office.
Large Invoice of big red raspber
ries just received at Hawley Bros.
See Charles Lane about your paint
ing and paper hanging; 80" Vincent
For Sale One combined harvester,
second hand, good condition. Address
G. W. Rlgby.
Good house, 5 rooms, 2 lots, shade
trees, lawn, east from, good location,
For Sale High grade bicycle in
perfect condition at a bargain. En
quire at this office.
Highest market price paid for all
kinds of scrap iron. Rigby-Clove
For Rent Two cottages, good lo
cation, suitable for small family. In
quire at 100 Bluff street.
Lyman Way, under arrest at As
torla, for stealing fish nets, has for
feited $200 bonds and disappeared.
The strike of the Portland Journey
men Hor&eshoers, which has been In
progress for a month, Is still unset
tled. Estimates given on short notice on
painting and paper hanging. Charles
Lane, the pioneer painter, 807 Vin
The St. Paul and the James Dollar,
the first two steamers to come from
Nome this season, arrived at Seattle
Good meat In summer must be
taken care of. That's tho kind you
get at Hansen's, Alta street, opposite
The ladles of the Congregatiounl
church will serve delicious Ice cream
and cake on the court of Judge 1-ow-till,
Johnson street, July 4.
Mr Silas H. Soule, representing
Soule Bros.' Piano Co., Portland, will
be in Pendleton July 7th. Please,
leave orders for tuning at Tallman &
Co.'s drug store.
A glass Jar containing a largo
amount of sliver coin was found In
a railroad cut, near Dallas, Thursday.
A blast destroyed the jar and scatter
ed the coin so It is impossiole to as
certain the exact amount contained
THREE THOUSAND1 FEET OF
DITCH WAITING FOR PIPE.
Fifteen Hundred Feet Yet to. Be Dug
on East Court PI
Herein a Few Days Yesterday's
session was snort.
Tho water commission held Its
resmar mommy meeting last night
for the andlilnt. nr ,. ,,o,.2i ,m
and the consideration of any other
business that might come before It.
in me aosenco or the clerk lot the
meeting. F. B.' Clopton. but little was
A few of the bills were audited and
the chairman, W. H. Jones, ahd the
clerk were given the authority jto pay
all other outstanding iminMniu
and to attend to any other business
....... nuo uui iinumicipu. ai urn meet
Infer last nlcht
For the last month J, T. Brown has
iiuu over a.uuu reet or ditch open
and Waltlnir fnr the, .l,in in tii t It
but as yH the material has not put
in an appearance. The pipe was or
dered some time ago from Pittsburg,
ra.. anu nas been on the road for a
lOnir time llllt hns Tin, rnarthaH
city. There are 400 feet In the'' lower
enci 01 me city, 1,7ml tcct on West
Court and 1,400 on the north side of
the river, that lmvo hiwn ilni onrt
are lying open. There is a stretch
01 i,ouu icei 10 go in on Kast uourt,
but as this is one of the busy streets
of the town, It Is against tho ordl
dance to open the ditch until the
pipe is here and ready to pm In the
It is expected that the pipe will be
here In a few days and then the work
of laying It will be rushed through to
Real Estate Transfers.
J. H. Thompson and Addle M.
Thompson, his wife, have sold to W,
J. Furnish for $1,500, the north half
of the northwest quarter and the
southwest quarter of tho northwest
quarter of section 9. and the caBt
half of the southeast quarter of tho
northeast quarter of section 8, In
township 2, north of range 30, being
ianu near ionn.
James XI. Hicks and Klzzle P.
Hicks have sold to Marion O'Hnra for
$4,025, the north half of tho northwest
quarter and the southwest quarter of
the northwest quarter and the east
half of tho southwest quarter, all in
section 35, township 4, north of range
35 east, being land situated near the
city of Weston.
Prices for New Wheat,
The best opiulon of grain men in
Walla Walla county today is that the
first wheat contracts will be at about
went al 6(1 cents for club and 55 for
bluestem, This belief Ir based upon
a continuation of present crop con
ditions, Last year tho first contracts
went at 50 cents for club and u5 for
bluestem. These prices wero hardly
more than nominal, however, as they
almost immediately went to 52
cents and 57 cents. Walla Walla
Abscess on the Lung.
.Mrs. John McEachern, wife of the
warehouse and Insurance man of He
lix, Is nt the home of her sister. Mrs.
J. W. Scheer, of this city. She
brought her 4-year-old daughter with
her for treatment, she being under
the care of Dr. Rlngo, of this city.
Some time ago an abscess formed on
the lung of the little girl, but after
some treatment she was considered
to bo convalescent, when she con
tracted whooping cough. Ycsterduy
It was not expected that the child
could live, but this morning she wns
Lady Maccabee Inspector,
Mrs. Nellie H. Lambson, or Port
land and tho state commander of the
Ladles of the Maccabj-es, Is expected
to arrive in the city today, where sho
will make her annual visit of Inspec
tion to the local lodge. Mrs. Lamb
sou has been at La Grande for the
past few days and has been on her
tour over the eastern part of the
f 8Mn Soap fr .
I r box of Pft.
""'le.por pound . SP
Sowing Machine Oil oii qc
Root Beer RStfS-sW rp
dollcloui, per gift Ww
Ice Cream eVl'Aei ,n
uperlor Article lor -'vC
Brown's Tree Soap JS,TSr
EPPFM'c noun QTORE
-rum .Main street toward the Court in''
Woodman Dance at Meacham,
The local camp of Woodmen of
.Meacham will give a danco in the
elegant grove near the depot on Sat
urday night, July 4. Through the
courtesy of O, It. & N. Agent F. F.
Wamsley. arrangements have been
made for No, 2, tho evening train
leaving here at 5:50, to stop at Mea
cham for this occasion.
Orchestra to Echo.
W S, Brown, coruetlst, Kuil Gul
ott, pianist and E. J. Klrkmau, of tho
KIrkraan's orchestra, went to Echo
this morning and will play for a
danco at that place In the evening.
Last night Mrs. A. C. Frledly, the
wife of the well-known stockman, of
Despaln Gulch, gave birth to a girl
baby. The mother and child are do
Mrs. Skrapp It seems to be
so ridiculous to refer to a tugboat as
"she." Mr. Skrapp That's so; tug
boats do actually accomplish ome
good in the world. Mrs. Skrapp
Yes, and they puff and bl6w about it
so. Philadelphia Press.
Delicious ice cream, The Delta.
It pays' io trade at the Peoples Warehouse
If you haven't boBghtyour
or want to bay another
there has been no time
this year, nor
Will There Be
that is better than now
Summer suits at $1, $1.50,
$2,50 and up to $7.50 eaoh
Pacts, $1,50 to $5 per pair
Coats end Pants
Some at $10
Others at $12
For workmanship, fit and
style they cannot be ex
celled. Gome and see for
A good deal of moieyfora
poor suit, but lot much for a
It S.& M.
Clothing has nil the style,
snap and fit of a city tailored
suit at about one half the
We have them us good as any
man neods and we absolutely
guaranteo a fit AND satisfac
tion or your money cheerfully
We have evorything in tho line, blglnning in Wash
Suits, three years 6O0 and up to the Or)A
twenty year old lad Coat, Pants and nll
Vest tor ftfcv
But no matter whloh you choose you'll find that quality consid
ered you have the very best to be found because we guarantee
The saino thing for less
money, or a better thing
for the sumo money
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
ROAD GUIDE BOARDS
LAW COMPELS SUPERVISORS
TO PLACE THEM PROPERLY.
Cannot Draw Salary Until County
Court Is Satisfied That Boards Are
in Shape All Roads Must Be Des.
Are nil tho guide boards on coun
ty roads kept up In shape? Can tho
figures bo read and does the Index
finger point in tho right direction?
Are these boards placed where they
are most convenient and useful for
the traveling public-? Are all county
road crossings and junctions plulnly
designated bo that strangers may
not go astray?
The Oregon legislature has taken
notice of the importance of this lit
tle guide to tho traveler and hus
passed a special measure providing
that all boards bo kept up, direc
tions made legible and correct In or
der that the peoplo may know where
they are at.
The provision regulating the sub
ject of guide boards on county roads
Ib very strict and' road supervisors
cannot collect their salaries until
they have proven to tho county court
that all iKiards are In shape, properly
indicating the several roads over
which they stand sponsor.
Too little care Is taken of them In
many places. They are the solo and
only guides to be found In tho un
settled districts where there is no
convenient farm house at which tho
stranger may Inquire the way. Tho
public depends upon them for infor
mation and they should be correct
Only those who have followed tho
lonely wagon roan through tho des
erts of tho WeBt, can realize tho coin
fort afforded by the sight of a shin
ing white guide boaru, written full
of wholesome directions on both
Following is the law of Orogon on
"Every supervisor shall erect and
keep up at the forks of every highway
and every crossing of public roads
within Ills road district a guide or
finger-board, containing nu Inscription
In legible letters directing tho wny
nnd specifying the dlstnnco to the
next town or public place situated on
each road respectively, provided,
that tho roud supervisors shall not
be paid after submitting their report
to the county court until they have
shown to the satisfaction of tho court
that the provisions of this section
have been complied with."
Baseball, Buseball, Baseball,
July 4th, 3 p. 111,
Alford Murdock was run down and
Instantly killed by a train at Lester,
Wash., Wednesday, while rolling n
keg of beer across a railroad trestle.
Pairs of New
THE NOLF STORE
Virginia Peanut Hqunies,
Maple Cream Dates,
Iced Molasses Chips,
Itnllan Chestnut Cieaui,
French Money Nougat,
Dais Cream Strawberries,
Ceylon Coco Squares,
Chocolate Honey Nougat,
XXXX Mint Lozenges.
This Is 11 partial list of uuw goods
Just received. Snle price 15c to 29o
Ciottcuiit and Itambler wheels tho
most popular wheels $18.50 to $40.
We charge only $2.50 for Ihu Mor
row Coaster Brake,
THE NOLF STORE
Do you want to see them?
Glad lo show them
Boston Store! N. Berkeley
I have a larger and better
list of Farms, Stock Ranches
and City Property to hoII
than ovor hoforo. Also a big
lot of land in tho coming
wheat Foetion of Eastern