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I July Bargains
Straw Hats at half price.
Hovs Clothing twenty per cunt discount.
Men? Summer Clothing at a saving of from
$2 00 to $3.50 per suit,
Summer Underwear 25c. oOo and 75c per
Workinu Shirts 50c and 75c.
Gloves 25c to $1 50.
Mens Working Shoes $1 50 to $3 00.
One Trice Clothiers.
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J. A .lurvis twain near London,
Saturday last, tht miles ami 00 ytrds
In 1:08:18 1-5. heating 11 competitors.
The health or Postmaster-General
Pavne has improved considerably of
late. He was badly overworked and
quit his official duties a month ago
to n rest.
The mayor ot Westchester, l'a.. has
made u list or Sl drunkards, ont of
them a woman. In that place, and
lms forbidden the snloons selling
The L;3 ope of Home have serv
ed In that rapacity an avrace of
seven year. Only three, of whom
l.eo X1H was one. were pope for as
Inns as 25 years.
Paul du Clmillu, the wnr'd-renown-ed
exptorer and author of books of
ttavol and scientific works, left a
fortune" of S600 in cash. Hrete
Harte the author, left ll.SOO.
Xine children were more or loss
shocked by Ujthtnlns Satu-day last
In a park in Xew York City. All were
standing beneath a tree that was
struck by lightning. Noie were
July 20. 1876. William Garner, his
wife and brother-in-law, were drown
ed til New York. Mr. Garner left an
ettate valued at lltS.OOO.tKVI. which
has been- in litigation ever since and
vras only recently awarded to the le
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Work on the new city hall at Baker
Citjr. will begin at om
Henry Keller, of Umglof. Or., kill
ed bis wife. Sunday. In a fit of jeal
ousy. The price of green prunes was fix
ed at 2, cents per tiound by the Wil
lamette valley growers, Saturday.
Two dwellings and a blacksmith
shop were destroyed by lire at Wal
iula Sunday morning, loss ll.noo.
F. A. Stacy, of 1-oat River, Idaho,
was stabbed by another rancher at a
dance. Saturday night, and Is fatally
Roy Page, a lii-year-old lx" of
Clatskanie. wats drowned in the
ClatHkuiiie river. Sunday, while bath
In.;. Ernest W. Sblvely, of Itoseburg. is
under ll.ww bonds for an attempted
assault on hi. 13-year-old stuii
daughter The striking telephone girls of Kpo
l.ane will run a wroth representing a
i-oumr stoie during the coming
i-art !al ai tia' it
W1M"I -H 't I I I t I
Furnishers and Ha ters j
O. It. Prael. Portland.
Clyde KnoiiB. Portland.
.T. W Ingram. Ontnrlo.
A. N'ylander. Portland.
Henry J. Conner. Portland.
.Mark Patton, city.
Hen Mitchell, Portland.
W. M. Slusher, city.
T. J. lusher and wife. l.nnslng.
.1. J. Unllcray, city.
Fred Rodger? . Portland.
Walt .Morgan. Portland.
S. V Hoot. San Francisco.
F. S. McMahon, Portland.
A. R. Grant. Portland.
K. C. Ashbaugh, Hoppnur.
.M. H. Patton. Spokane.
Noah H. Clem, Spokane.
J. H. Hamsey, Spokane.
John Brown. Jr.. Spokane.
Alice J DoGroff. Madison.
Grace DeGroff. Scnpposse.
J. II. Cro3field. Portland.
J. C. Barchers. Heppner.
Ed Hlnckburn. Baker City.
Golden Rule Hotel.
Ed M. Davis Sturbuek.
Mrs. M. F. Hadley. Baker City.
K. A Maze. Portland.
A. F. Bernard. Boico.
.Mrs. 1.. Chalner. Tncomu.
Mrs. C. McCarter. Hot Springs,
F. J. Gardner. Portland.
W. A. McRouerts. SlMikane.
F. H. Besthe. Weston.
C. I.. Downer. Spokane.
W. D. Marks. Spokane.
1 M. C. Coleman, Walla Wa'Ia.
! E. l.ahnne. Athena,
i n. O. Bearlmrt, Athena.
J. A. Marston. city.
J. O. RIee. city.
I J. Donne.
' F. I.. Prew. Adams.
! F. M. Iluniper. Portland.
L. I- A. Cuflnder, Portland.
, I.. M. Hortty.
, J. C. Dickey. Chicago.
; J. L. Forkson. Pennsylvania.
,Illo Summers and family.
I .Mrs. N. Mullen and children.
B. li. Harrigau, Scotland.
C. B. Smith. San Francisco.
A. C. Sellers
W. B. Fox. Portland
Sam Lent. Shanghai.
G. D Galle. Omaha
F H. Ileattet,. Weston.
Peopl come by the tons and doz
ens to hear our evening concerts
played on the Pianola, the greatest
piano player on the market today,
inland Emnir. Piano House, 601
EVEN PEOPLE joined our
the swim and join? You
$100, combined with our
everyone's reach. Remember, it enly takes three more members to fill the Union, so you'll
have to hurry. Call or drop us a line, and we'll explain to you why we are able to do this.
herkelsen Piano 5to
Wholesale end Retail Dealers in
CHANGES IN DEPOT
ALL BUSINESS UPSTAIRS
EXCEPT TICKET OFFICE.
About $1,400 Will Be Expe'nded Upon
the Structure Work to Begin Very
Soon Both the Waiting Rponis
Will Be Enlarged and Made More
Convenient Building Will Also Be
For dome time trie people who have
had to travel over the O. R. .t N..
have been nware of the fact that the
depot at this place was sadly In need
of some changes for the convenience
of the public, and It seems that the
company has been of the same mind,
for thoy have all the time been con
sidering the matter, and have drawn
plans for an extensive remodeling of
the lower tloor and the changing of
the upper floor. When the changes
have been made the deKit will be
modern In Its arrangements, and will
be amply large for years to come
It is the intention of the compan
to take out one of the office rooms In
the lower floor and convert the whole
lower part or the building Into space
for the ticket office and the waiting
rooms. The telegraph ami ticket of
fices will be in the middle and a lit
tle to one side of the main room. In
front, or on the side next to the main
line, there will be a hallway about
six feet wide which will pass in trout
of the ticket window. There will be
but the ticket office on all or the
lower flooi. so that all the test ol the
space will be occupied by the wnltiug
rooms. The women's room will be at
one eiul of the building next to the
baggage room, and will be as wide as
the' depot ami will extend from the
baggage room partition to the parti
tion of the ticket office, or about 8n
feet. The small room now used by
the trainmen alono on the front side,
will be torn out and the passageway
will be built there. The men's wait
ing room will he practically the same
as it is now.
The entire interior will be remod
eled and repainted, and the plnce will
be as good as new when the men get
through with the work.
On the upper floor no great
changes will be made In the arrange
ment of the building other than to
put a partition In the room now uccu
pled by the offices Oi" the bridge nud
building deportment. This big mom
will be cut in two and the office for
merly down stairs will be moved up
there in one or the rooms thus made
The work on the changes will begin
In a day or so and will be pushed
through as rapidly ns is possible. It
will cost the company In round num
bers, $l,4i)i to make the change and
move the offices
Starkey Not Overstocked.
B. F. Young, who has charge of
0,000 sheep on Beaver creek for Jos
eph Cuhna. of Echo, was In the city
yesterday. He states that there are
nut nearly so many sheep this Hum
mer being pastured In the Stnrkey
country as usual. In all there are not
to exreed 20 (hid I.a Grand Observ
er. Ringling Bros." World's Greatest
Show at Walla Walla, August 13.
For the above occasion the O. It. &
N. Co. offers a reduced rate of $1.00
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
August VS. good until August 14th re
turning. For further particulars, call
on or address F. F. Wamsley. agent.
An iual Convention Imperial Order
Redmen, Oregon City. Ore., July 28
30. For thi above occasion the O. It. &
N makes a rate of one nnd a third
fare on the certificate plan to Port
land For lull particulars call on or
nddr"s F F Wamslev ngent.
Union last week and
can do so without exerting your pocketbook, as the big discount of
easy payment plan of $10 down and $10 a month makes it within
Everything M sical.
FOR PASSING BOGUS PAPER.
Young Man Arrested for Making
F W Parker, a young man who
has' been employed In the city tor
three weeks, was nrrested at Milton
vesterday afternoon on n warrant
charging him with forgery, says the
Wnlla Walla Statesman. A few days
ago he secured a check from A H
Harris artur linnklng hours. It was
.ashed on Julius Levy. On .liursdnj
he presented another check similarly
signed for 3 JO. and Mr. Levy advanc
ed the money. Later in the day Park
er called nnd returned the money,
taking up the check. Mr. Levy con
sidered the action suspicious and In
vestigated only to find the paper a
forgcrv. A warrant was Issued nnd
Deputy Sheriff Kees locnted the man
near .Milton yesterday An informa
tion was filed In the superior court,
and preliminary hearing will likely
occur Monday. Parker has been In
the city but three weeks.
For Any Case of Liquor, Cigarette or
Chewing Tobacco Habls Trlb Falls
Rev. J. H. X- Bell, the oldest living
chaplain of the Grand Lodge ot the
Masonic order In the world, nnd pas
tor or the Presbyterian church. Ilakor
City. Or., writes: "I have watched
with interest the good results obtain
ed by the use or your remedy for the
liquor and tobacco habit, 'Trib,' tind
feel that I can safely and henrtlly rec
ommend it to all In need."
Price, SlL'.i'O per treatment. For
sale by ali druggists.
Trlb cures the tobacco habit.
Trlb cures the liquor hauit.
USE PURE ICE INSTEAD.
Don't Run Any Risk Use Ice From
Boiled and Distilled Water.
"Owing to the low stage of the
water in the city well it has been
found necessary to pump some of the
supply from the clinnnel or the river.
For this reason it Is thought best by
Dr. Cole, the city health officer, to
call the attention of the public to
the advisability of boiling the water
used for drinking purposes." K. 0
Better use pure Ice, made from
water that has been both boiled and
distilled. It Is cheaper than you enn
boil the water. Ross Ice Co., 'Phone
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con
tinuously." w.-Ues F. A. Gulledgo. Ver
bena, Ala. "I had a turrlblo case of
piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed. BiicUlen's Arnica Salve cured
' me. Equally good for burns and all
aches nnd pains. Only 25c at Tall
man & Co.'s drug store.
Store For Rent.
I am planning to erect a two-story
brick block on the corner of Webb
and Cottonwood streets, lleforo 1
build I would like to secure a renter
for the upstairs and downstairs
either separately or together, so
that in uuildlng I can arrange the
building to suit the renter. Those
desiring to rent cull or address It.
Martin, at his grocery store.
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Moki Tea.
A pleasant herb drink Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes you
eat. sleep, work and happy. Sutisfue
tio guaranteed or money back. 25
cts and 5o i ts Write to W. II. Hook
er & Co. Iluffnlo. . Y for' a free
sample V. W. Schmidt & Co., drug
gists. Pent hm work at Teutseh's
saved a hundred dollars each. Why not be in
Any of these warm even
ings and you will find
A tcr trying qiir soda you
will readily understand
why they all come here.
They say our ice cream
is the riclnst our gin
ger ale the snappiest
our egg drinks just right
Foncy drinks well, the
mere names will make
your mouth water. The
reason is simple we use
nothing at our fountain
hut the very hest, and
our fountain man has
made a life study of the
business and knows just
Have you tried the ' llccrtlmt
made Pendleton famous?"
Our Root Beer
F. W. Schmidt's
The Reliable Druggist
I'oiloffice Mock Phone Malnsjt
llefore deciding where to go to
school, examine a
catalogue for tlio coming year. New
liulldlng and equipment. Xew man
agement, and u faculty of experienc
ed teachers. Special arrangement
for music students nnd for tho care
ful oversight of all studonts from out
of town. All grades of public school
work thoroughly done. Our college
preparatory work Is accoptod by the
best collegfls Kant nnd West. Moral
mid social advantages the very host.
Term begins September 14, 19U3.
REV. W. H. BLEAKNEY, PRINCIPAL
Saint Helen's Hal!
Home and Day School for
girin of all ages Academic
and College Preparatory courses
as well as thorough Primary
instruction. Ideal situation on
the outskirts of city of Port
land. Ilusket ball, tennis,
horseback riding. Year book
sent cm application.
ELEANOR TEBBETTS, Prin.
Menlo Park, San Mateo Co., California
Thorough mental, moral and physi
cal training for boys. Home influ
ences, beautiful surroundings; excel
lent dimute; careful supervision
limned numbers; prepares for any
university or for business. Fall term
begins August 11. Sond for Illustrat
IRA G. HOITT, Ph. D., President.
number - - 315
East Court Street.
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ton s Candy store
our wagon aromjj
quantity of Ice tie
What dessert ran J
tins hot weather
and Ice cream,
pure cold and
you arc down towJ
try our hot eil
Try our candles, i
fresh every day
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piati our irdcrsl
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can Rfi trie ties:
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