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tjjreat July Skirt Sale
.-.have just 149 SKIRTS left that must be closed out at ,
re to make room for the large Fall and W nter tcck
tinned. We do not want to carrv J U? S??n
!j have put prices on them that will make them move . Wha
I.... ine is vour gain and if you are a wisp
UcMy every item below and then act at onCC
All our $13.00 Skirts go at.
12 00 ,, ,, .
" 10.00 ,, .
9. - "
,. - J 00
.. Coo .
.. 5.oo . - ...
- 4o -
.. 350 .. ..
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.. 2 50
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DA.LV EASTOREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, JULY 24. 1903.
Ilkis Sale will last just 10 Days from Thursday, JULY 16th
to Saturday night, JULY 25th.
lEUTSCH'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Cor. Main and Alta Streets.
WILL BE SHIPPED FROM
ECHO TO ALBERTA, CAN.
W F. Matlock Has Bought an Idaho
Farm Valued at $11,800 M. H. Gil
lette Has Purchased Echo Prnn-ru
Valued at $30,500, and Will Con
duct a Dairy Farm.
'. lLI.labb nml M- GI"etto left
s"?nlllR for ,no 1aIose country,
near Moscow, where the former will
i.Cnre? of "10 ranch tllero 'hlch
the latter has sold to W. F. Matlock,
of this p ace. After the transfer has
i Viii "lll"er closed up,
Llei (or ffcsu flan-
i giien away Sco page 4.
e Sharp for paper hanging.
Idiclras Ice cream, The Dolto.
supplies at Noumou'B.
die host bread, get nohrmnn'u.
IMg tallies o aim up. nuuui d.
tlterries by the crate nt Kcm-
tmtiln pons at luilf price. Fru-
mti Raiueil in. urn uuuiubui:
Hire j our kudos
li Ktra charge for
ks'- (all lo read tiie Underwood
Itrnter ad in this issue.
teteired dally, fresh tumulcs,
Is wd crawfish at Gratz's.
;tla! - $S5n liuyK business, $1G0
I profit per month. Wade & Dry-
(fliirlfc Ijuic about your paint-
vJ pap-'r hanging: 807 Vincent
I: below -ost all Humiuer, mil
7 --specially pnttenm. Mrs.
tatted A second-hand Homing
llP'wrltcr In good condition. Ad-
Is II C care KaHt Orogonlan.
IV Piano Purchase Union Is a
' saving and makes it possible
I ircryone to have an Instrument.
l-opl conic by the tuns and doss-1
hear uur evening concerts
ltd on the I'ianolu. the greatest
1 player on the niarUot today.
m Empln l'lniio House, 001
Fresh fruits at Kemler'e.
Try The Delta's iced drinks.
Fresli fruit dally at Martin's.
Fresh ranch eggs at Kcmler's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Stationery und offlro supplies, Fru
zier's. Wanted Machinist and moulder at
.lust received 11 large shipment of
musk melons nt Oliver's.
Try the Palm, 221 Court
for nuts, candles and fruits.
U C Hader about that S50 worth of
funilturo lie is giving away.
Forty different styles of extension
tables from $5 to $30, Rader's.
Tents, ramp stoves, camp stools,
etc.. nt llador's Furniture store.
California watermelons just receiv
ed, .'! cents a pound, at Oliver's.
MI Preferida, the best cigar made,
Mr. Gillette will move his household
eiioptu to Mile .... .
.1 1-uumry, wnere lie will
.Y, V , "nub rnnc1'. "t Kcho,
"1 hp nns nought of W. E. Mat
lock in the same rlp.i!
In short, Matlock and Gillette have
made a double swap by wlilch Matlock
gains the Palouse ranch and Gillette
the Matlock property nt Kcho. There
are lfio acres of land In the former
''"puiij, an under cultivation, with
houses, barns and Implements and
well stocked. In addition to this the
Inrm carries with It .inoi
. oto acres on mint adjoining that
has been leased and worked by the
owner tiio eonslderntloii for the
1 arm ana crop was $11,800.
Gillette, on the other hand, bought
the Bcho ranch of GUSi acres at $50
an acre, together with 230 head of
came at a head. The land will
bring $2.r.,43i; and the stock $5,060. In
addition to this there are a lot of
horses o ntho place and all kinds of
Implements and conveniences for the
worniiig of the place.
It Is the Intention of the purchaser
to conduct the place as a dairy ranch
and he will attempt to make it as
large a dairy faun as there Is in the
j Mr. Ilabb. who has occupied the
street, 1 place tor years, will go with a largo
I Sllllmient Of hnrsns Id r-nnn.In ii-lu,.-
' I ...... ...Ill 1... ... A. .
...j .Mi. buiu 111 inu general mar-
sei 10 the settlers of that country.
Mr. Matlock and Sparks, a man from
Alberta, will ship from 700 to 1,000
head of horses from Echo to Moose-
jaw in the Alberta country, the last
of the coming week, where they will
be put on the stock ranch of the lat
ter named man, where they will be
held lor sale. The slock are all
meant to he heavy bred Iron, the
nt Ueos' cigar store. Court street.
Don't let cigars get tho best of you ( range and suited for the woik on the
get the best of cigars. Haulon's.
All kinds of imported and domestic
lunches aud clam chowder at Gratz's.
Denul.son's glue, paste, mucilage,
diamond Ink, office supplies. Nolf's.
Wc have fruit jars and fruit jar
extras, rubbers, covers, etc. It. Rolir
Don't fall to see the easy leclining
porch and lawn chairs at T. C. Tay
lor's hardware store.
Five pianos in lour duys proves
that the union is a bucccss. Tlier
kelson's Piano House.
Wanted Nice, cool, furnished
room in private family. Addiess 11.,
care of l.asl Oregonlan office.
Lost College pin, initials S. 11. H.
engraved on same. Finder please
return to this ollicc and receive reward
for the money to bo found auywliure.
larms of that section. Mr. Ilabb will
return lo this country after the ar
rangements for the snle have been
made, but it is not known yet where
be will locate.
Returned From Camping.
John Wynne, Tex Latiglver and
JamoB Doty have returned from a
camping trip of several weeks in the
mountains. They went to the head
ot Desolation creek as far as Is ever
l!ltni with !l u-OL-mi nlirl i.jimiu.il
(tbeie for u week. On their return
they came by way of Hldnway and
Lehman Springs, camping at the lat
ter place for n week. Every evening
that they weie camped at the first
place there was lrost on the ground
in the morning, and several times
they found Ice frozen in the morn
ing. They hud good luck with the
trout and pome hack well nlcased
guarantee tho best piano valiie j wlth the trip.
It pays to trade at The Peoples Warehouse
Short Lines of
Odds and nEds, Broken Siies and
THE LAST PAIR
Left, just as good as the first pair sold but the prices
these last pairs are radically different
Men's Canvas Shoes, and
Low Shoes in Patent Colt,
Velour Colt and Vici Kid
o r n o
All new stylish seasonable goods. WE WILL MAKE THE
PRICES RIGHT. Come and see
( inland' Umpire Piano House, 001 1 Mrs. Nye Is Away.
. 1 Mlt1"- .,,,, . . ' -Mrh. A. W. Nye Is the guest of
,pC; Despaln & Clark will bine a em "j 1 i,enlK In Portlnnd and at Seaside.
ICS luiicy Calllornla watermelons in next I tl)(, aUer ,acu Kho wj l0
week. Go to your grocery-limn 1(" ; Taeoiun. wheie sho will visit her
- them. ,l.....rl.f,... !W..c r ....lit...... llni'lunv fnl
' nioiioj i,neh If it don't wako , T1()M. linowiug themselves In debt .. Inmlti,' 'while the uuesl of ' her
p uiat is the guarunlue wo , j, ,. collier & Co., will please 1 (mihter. thev will visit wirlous
( ellli oiu- aliirm clocks. Wewtun 1... t. first day of August ,. ,iie Sound and It is nroba-
Don't 1 promptly. i hie that they will extend the trip 10
ICstluintes given on short nollco 011 ( Alaskan points.
iialiituig unci paper hanging. Charles (
Lane, the pioneer painter, S07 Mn- Contest Ends Saturday Night. ..
-out. street. 1 Ta. -uasslng contest being con-
Good meat In glimmer must lie (lm.u,, IV ,. A under, the furniture
taken cure of. That's the kind you lWilit,v j,, wlilt-li $50 In prizes will ho
get at Houser s. Alta street, opposite L,..,,, invliy ,vI11 ,,()St. Saturday
Savings llanl;. 'evening. Mr. Itader Is well pleased
We can satisfy the demands of the j wiu, the result of the contest, as his
most laslidlous artists with our 1 many patrons have taken great in
splendid array of superb pianos. In- forest. However, there will lie many
land Umpire Piano House. 001 Main. J surprises when the answers lo the
The late P. S. Ollmoro, founder of ' puzzles are made known,
the lainous Gllmoro hand, says: "The -- -
Klinball Piano Is my preference over J Son Has Been Born,
all other Instruments." We take do- Vord was received in the city today
llUO .UIB. .Jtwwun
son had been horn to their
The Peoples Warehouse
Outfitters for Hen and Women
CHILD DRANK GASOLINE.
'"em In many varieties.
" K'mkI gold watch out in tho
W field Wc can sell von n rn-
t timekei' lHr (ll nhon.. ,,,or limf
for the harvest flolil. If
we It you are only out a dollar
r 1011 can't ufford to neglect
F(jes We liavp smni.-pii i-inROK
IWtoctnrs and eoLrirlns.'
I-. y?ur wntch neud ropairlllg.,
repair . iepartniunt is thoroughly
- uur work guaranteed.
Asked for Water and Was Given Con
tents of the Wrong Cup by Older
Athena, July 21. Yesterday the lit
tle daughter of Charles Gay. about
1 Vs years of age, asked lor a drink
and was given some gasoline by an
older sister, mistaking It for water
as It sat In 11 cup on 11 window or
Her father tun to the drug storo
with her, wlieio by prompt action of
Dr. liotkln, she wns soon resting easy
and is out of danger
THE NOLF STORE
Fine Toilet Soaps
From 2c to 24c a bar. consisting
of Oatmeal, Glycerine, far, lJIdor
Why not save u handled dollars berry and many o'Jii r styles
and join the Piano
at Therkelsen's Piano House?
Bicycles, $18.50 to $35
Ulnnor Twonty-llvu Conts
l'roiu II 40 a. in, to 7 i. ill.
Short orders :i upoolallty
Quick, (Jourtoouti Sorvlce
Opuu ull Day and Night
T. A. Oldfather , Prop.
light In showing them to the public. by m
,.? ire Pinno House, 001 , .hut a
llllllllll n...... - - ..
daughter, Mrs. il. u. jiiirus, ui i
dan Wash. Mrs, IJurns is well known
In this city, and her husband is me
J I cashier of the
Jj j Case of
Package ot good quality
S3S!,?tBed BuB Destroyer,
(. ""K like it on the market.
"'Jnvfi.. .1 . . . .
mat nas tried it.
Poison Fly Paper: l en sheets
m a package Each package
will kill a -niart of "Vs.
Imported Suleot Insect Pow
der: the kind that gives sat
isfaction. A 2 ounce package
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
"5t'wlVom Mill 11 Street tnwmil the Court Hoiim.
Wc c-juip any wheel with
oatir brake for j'i extra
I A Nice, Jtricy
Pairs of New
lis Ida Chunuiuu. who nas ueen
visiting In Portland, was called liome
by a message from I.elinuin Springs,
telling of the serious Illness ol her
son. who has been there for some
time The boy has been attacked by
tin- typhoid fevor.
Visiting at Portland.
Mrs. Lot l.ivermore, accompanied
by her daughter, and her sons, Hub
ert and Lynwood. have gone to Port
land where she will visit relatives
and friends for a time and then will
go lo he coast and spend the next
SCHOOL AND OFFICE 3UPPLIE8
The Colombia j
Lodging House j
Stone to Athena,
George Kruger is Bhlpplng his sec
ond car of cut stouo for the founda
tion of tho now M. 13. church at
Athena la Grande Observer.
Do you want to see them? j
Glad to show them ;
Bar in connect!
bet. Alta & Wubb bts.
In Center of Hlock.
F. X. Schempp
Steak is just
hot to roaHt or
IIO11II or phono
It !h too
hoi l meat
:j I-:, (-'our'. Plume Hel till
II E (fUKKN HOTEL CU.U
comioiubio riMiiui nuiii
,nrilill.. Nwlr rurillltlCO
Ihrouuhout. (unii UiI llouio
In conncctloii. Mul. t nil
liuun Only wlillu help fin -liluyod.
nivn in u trial.