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gA.LY EAST 0REG0N,AN pendleton. OREOC. C&T JULY
Ajce for Dress Goods at this
Ltcnthpafchasc in the Dry Goods depart- f
Lies' fast black, regular mado Hoso (35c
lie pair OI laci- hoik uiuvud.
LnieiP SaBe Prices
Our entire shelf room must be cleared.
Lnts Kemnants Kcmnants
LRemnant week and if bargains will interest you
lit the ta'ile. main aisic naci;, it's a point of interest
WALLA WALLA HARVEST. J
Crops Running From 20 to 30 Bushels '
""""""8 upon the hills ami in
JZ Church, South' 1 rf T ,
....... U1U uie centner Is
and work will he mati.i win,
"e ?. I"Ul !bln be soon
operation i t . ..
R .. -""..sun i ""rst ay at i n, . mimi, wane
S'lhJwt for Bible study, ! Fn .are busy ln man-v P'necs
'vo." K. n. Jones, pastor following In the wake of the header
.. I? renorts received from early
first Christian Church s,,,j .,')l"?..t'lc P will he light, but
"cnooi, 10 a. m., W w Hiwiov "vl K,l ch better than hail
Pcrintendent; i.roachlnlr i? Jr?.'?"!' Crops of 20 to 24 and
" h P,reacn'"S by pastor; 7 n m . SIn
fcpworth League, leader, Miss P'm: t,v we
Jones, subject. "Joseph it v nai i 1(,cl. a
Missions '; S ? ? ' 811 Pss
Pastor. OnaAoli,.1' J acllln.K '-v I Head,
im riiiiir iipvi v:u. . "
rrayor moo Inn- nn tv, m operation nti nmrv tm.wi
Cow to the Table.
Inspector watch the (arms and feed of the cow,
'e last a) tl a milk as Mi trout ht tj cur
inc s V. -""1""'"iks ; preach,
lolls " ' T o' S",!J,e1Cl'1 "Fo,,r Snlvn-
Z t . !H"'llc ls rHally in.
Ucd to attend. X. n. Brooks pas-
H PHII.E (IF 1'JIATILLA MSf
JOY A GOOD SMOKE ?
Made at Home.
Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
A. RHODE, Maker.
Flrct Baptist Church Regular
services tomorrow. Sunday "ffi
at 10 o clock and preaching at 11
Evening sermon at S o'clock. All
dInnvTS, n,tl,P rl,y nro mosi "
'"ally invited to attend those servi-w-
It. W. King, pastor.
Congregational Church Sunday
services as follows: Sunday school
at 10 a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m
subject, "Practicing the Divlno Pres
ence. West End Chapel Coiner Webb
and Maple btrcets. Sunday school at
3 p. m.
30 ImshelR arc not uncommon!" and
........ .-..11 r spois win run below these
figures, the average will ho fair
throughout the county
Prices are ranging "from C3 to 70
cents at the opening 0f the season
and Indications seem favorable for
strong prices throughout the harvest
months. The figure Is some 15 to 20
cents higher than that of last year at
a similar time, and prospects for .1
steady market and fair prices are
mucu oener tnan thev wore 12
ress. Under these 1 condltibnV -...... D. WnW , ,ra
IMjaj la produced. It you trj It. you wm say It t Uie most plasinc and
Take no brand unless It bears the cap label reproduced herewith
We produce nineb per ci-nt ot the world s supi-ly and r-ariMw
every can beartntoui cap label V
llKLVEIIA MILK CONDEMSinO COMPANY, HithUnd, 111
THE WEEK'S WEATHER.
Two Very Hot Days Mark the Record
of This Week.
- Aside from two very hot days
-- -'lay and Wednesday the past
T been uneventful from the
st. ji of the woathor observer.
I a "HIl)- degrees about 2 p. m, on
jiuy r.mi a ni;c temnoraturo was
recorclei.jn the 21. The nights have
been inurjh warmer this week than
during tho previous week, the lowest
temperature reached being on the
17th, when the thermometer register
ed 50 degrees. Thirty-six was the
lowest temperature of the previous
week. Following Is the summnrv;
Is truly Its proper nnmo, for
no rlllo was ever mado to equal
a Savage. Simplicity in con
struction nnd operation, and
Krcat accuracy make tnom sel
dom equalled and never sur
passed The new 22-calibre
Savage Is a marvel lor a small
gun, We have just got a few
right from the factory and
would like to have you see
1PS0IN HARDWARE Co.
Kiln St. Headquarters for fishinc supplies
July 17 50
July IS 55
July 1!) C3
July 20 5ti
July 21 5l
July 22 00
July 23 01
wart! $100 Steward
lentil father notice 1 will give to all Cash Purchas
i:ount of 10 p r ct nt. or in other words, anv one
I'cnhof goot s will pay only ?o
ursuiii sell as low as 20 ner cent discount Itotn
til and Cool, stovr. will w.1l :il mnsr at cost.
l pledges of Jewelry, all kinds and sorts, will be
IDOLLAKS REWARD will be civen to any
I'Mverinc that unci s lmvn lipnn r.iiepd fni the nur-
kthii discount Re-nember that I am acent for
f'Mn Lin d Stc amshm Co. and can sell vou a tic -
f:' of the w ,n 1
For Any Case cf Liquor, Cigarette or
Chewing Tobacco Habls Trlb Falls
Itov. J. n. N. ISell, tho oldost living
chaplain of the Grand I.odgo of tho
Masonic order ln tho world, nnd pas
tor of the Presbyterian church, nakcr
City, Or., writes: "l have watched
with interest the good results obtain
ed by the use of your remedy for the
liquor and tobacco habit, 'Trlb,' nnd
feel that I can safely and heartily rec
ommend it to all In need."
Price, S12.50 per treatment. Tor
sale by all druggists.
Trlb euros the tobacco hnblt.
Trlb cm es the liquor habit,
Stock Farm for Sale.
The Ogle stork farm, consisting of
3000 acres, about 250 head of cattle,
plenty of water. gtasR nnd timber.
Uange has never been shceped off.
All tinder fenre. Will grow all hay re
quired. Call on or wrlto to Bentley
.i Hartman, Pendleton, Oregon.
FINE PRESSED BRICK.
New Departure a Pronounced Success
at Weston Yard.
a About 2,000 pressed brick are being
j; I manufactured dally nt tho Weston
I yard, says tho Weston Leader. Tlw
ate perfect in every detail, and are
bound to add to the fame that W &
ton common brick have acquired 1'cr
their consistent excellence.
The brick are first carefully mold
ed and are without a flaw when sub
jected to the enormous pressure of
the "repress." When taken out of .
this machine and dried in the "haque" S
thev aie burned In tho kiln with or-1 n
oinary brick. The word "Weston" 1
stamped upon one side In clear-cut
letters is the name of the little city j
that they will fitly advertise In the
building world. 1
Just now an order for 25,000 press-1
eil brick ls be'ng filled. It waB plac
ed by Hon. Walter M. Pierce, state I
senator, and the brick will bo used 1
lor the walls it some hnndso-no cot-1
taut' to be built at Hot Lako. tho j
celebrated resort in which Mr. Pierce j
Is so extensively Interested. Several 1
other orders are also in sight.
People come by tho tens and doz
ens to hear our evening concerts
played on the Pianola, tho greatest
piano player on the market today.
Inland Empire Piano House. t01
Ladles' half soles 40c. Teutsch's.
Calico, any niece in the store . . 5r, yard
Bleachtd Muslin, 6c grade, any quantity rjC) jarij
Outing Flannel; So, 9c and 10c grades 7c, yard
Men's bla:k striped shuts 50c grade .t(j0 mci
Men's and Boys' str.iw hats 20 por cont reduction
Large size comforts, good quality Ull0j
Ladies' knit pants, knee length 2()o, pair
Ladies undervMs, sleeveless, 25c grade, white or
Ladies' sleeveless vests, plain
Watch for our 13IG SALF next wtek
'Just tr a
p and Axle Grease
e a larc
r-and cylnl, r oils o-vnnl.iio Tnvlor
;ii 1 ,ule Kreaso compound in
fwgyour harvest buudIv.
Nr, the Hardware Man
Weston News Notes.
H. H. Cummins and his family or 1
six children, move to Woston from
Kamela. Mr. Cummins has bought 1
for $250 of C. M. Plerco, a house and ,
or.o lot, known as the "Ilarnos prop-1
city," near the normal school build-1
S. V. McPheeters lias jnircuaseu
from C. M. Pierce for ?100. the Kon
Engllsh property on Washington
streot consisting of a houso and two
large lots. Ills family will arrive
from Pendleton the latter part of this
A brother, S. C. McPhoeters, also
of Pendleton, has purchased the
Proebstel woodyard property, with
100 feet frontage, on Water street,
lor $400. He contemplates building
a residence thereon Loader.
Under New Manaermsnt
I have purchased tho huslucsB ot
W. 13. Oarretson, joweler nnd optic
Ian, nnd have put In nn entire
now line of jewelry nnd optlcnl
You will find nothing in my store
thnt Is not up-to-date nnd llrst-clnss
In every particular. My prices nro
as low as Is consistent with high
Having graduated from tho Ameri
can Optical College, 1 am thoroughly
equipped to handle nil clauses of op
My Instruments aro of tho best
make and embrace tho latest nnd
most sclmitlflc Improvements.
My guarantee Is hack of all my
NI.1 Miiln Mm t,
FIRST AND MONTGOMERY STREETS.
PHONE MAIN 391.
The Parrot Ciar is the
new 5c cigar bo much
talked about. Its good
qualities ar astonishing
h. , -il- -J.M!!
O. R. & N. Cashier Caught. j "j
Sheriff Harvey Brown last night re-1
turned from a long ana unra my iu
Rankin's camp, 00 wiles norui i
Council, Idaho, the terminus of the
p I & N. R. R. He went there to
bring hack to Baker City George W.
Breaw who was recently cashier at
tie O R & N station and who is
charged with being short in his ac
counts, says the Baker City Demo
crat. Mr, Breaw is Interested ln the
Idaho mines and says that he made
no secret of his intention to ro to the
" nn had intended " ' ""'"B if
any discrepancy was fruni
r-Ifh t'. O n. ft N
Wf k'p nothing but pure
natural ie. rruisen from pure,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and laBts longer than
artificial ice. All we ask Is an
unprejudiced trial of our ko.
Why not order a case of the
celebrated Schllt., A. II. C. or
OambrlmiH for your Sunday
'Phone your order to Main
WE CURE thf Liquor, Opium, Morphine aid Tohnrco Hnblts as surely an
quinine ciin-.s a cold. Our treatme-it elnrldes and builds up tho system.
One of our patients recoutly said: 'I never felt so well In my life; I
aui n wonder to myself!" Send to us for boolilot.
f HENRY KOPITTKE
"Pleases the Taste59
Ask for (S(Q)kli Lfflff Brand of
in his ac-
'PCS F-xmi.J T?onaffI at OnCC;
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"till, ..... .
p. -j mi '
ffiinrn n tntfl 1)V
.MM r,?1e.on called today, ?- nd curej W
'" '. ,ra.!" . ...f ti,nt r, nts Your money back If
?e Reliable Plumber.
PPosite the Golden Rule Hotel
r (i 1
r tho sllgliloM iinu mai
,,,, 1 l.r to fro. She incireu,
, ,1 fr 1 Jmd she'd
t,,v n ,nd Pountry
the most dreaded and deadly of al
diseases, as well as pneumonia, aid
Gil Lung Troubles are rollovod
eurea uy '"" 0 " '
d I seat is
c. nts xour mom-v
led. Write for
looker & Co
Schmidt & Co,
00STA RICO COFFEE in one pound I'aokaps
JAVA & MOCHA COFFEE in oufl pound paokagos
For sale by all up-i.i d.iv i,iover.
Spices, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder
n M a a .. PDIII'I.WI)
-or free sample. W. H 1 POBTLAND WOFFtSi r JUfc O.y k;on
., Buffalo, N. Y. I- MW-iw
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