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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1903.
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The Peoples Greatest Outfitters f
Tickets to Shield's Park J
i umi intend buying Roods buv them Iip u:.i. 1
2.oocasl) purchase in our clothing or dry Roods
ttincnt, wc .Rive you a ticket to the vaudevi'le J
LT E RATION SALE !
Larging our store rooms, tearing out and re- t
Ling the interior, hence its barRain time.
;CI A L THIS WEEK 1
SAMS. Tourists Caps and
M I'ltlDEOFniATlUA Ji- -
LjoY A GOOD SMOKE ? Try Pendleton Bonur.t mr Drirf.
Itilla. Made at Home. A. RHODE. Maker.
kfH'WW"!' M1 I"l-M"H"i' -j..A4..H"K-
IE GROUSE SEASON
Opens Saturday, August tlie first, and
yim will need a new gun and ammuni
tion Wc have the finest Hue In the city
of double barrel ehotguns nnd repeat
ers Call aud examine our line before
purchasing, ns wo can save you
MPSON HARDWARE Co. I
Main St. Headquarters for fishing supplies J
WHEAT HAS GENERALLY
Christian Women's Board Make Mrs.
Slas a Present Otis Beck Makes
a Report on Affairs at Heppner
Rev. Mooore May Succeed to Pas
torate of the Baptist Church Ser
mon by Rev. Brown, of Port Orch
ard. Athena, Aug. 19. The Infant son of
Berne Banister is very sick with
Mnso Taylor had a 40-acre field of
wheat that made 75 bushels to tho
John Mclntyro and w. It. Tnvlor's
wheat averaged 30 bushels to tho acre.
An SO-acre field of Brown and
Hotlgin made a yield of 43 bushels
to the acre and another 155-acre field
yielded 50 bushels.
W. H, rteedcr's homo nlnr-o made
4 btishcl3 to tho acre; A. U Swag-1
gart's field made a yield of 37 bushels
to the acre, and George Grace's 375
acre tract made 30 bushels.
Duncan Mclntyio's 145-acro field
made a yield ot 50 bushels to the acre
uuu icsieu ih. pounds to the bushel.
At tho meeting ot Christian Wo
men's Hoard of Missions held Satur
day August S, tho members of that so
ciety presented Mrs. Slas, the retiring
president, with a beautiful pin In
token of tho esteem in which she Is
Rev. C. H. H. Moore, late of Mt.
Vernon, Ore., preached in the nap-,
tist church Sunday morning and even-1
Ing and will hold services next Sun
day, and It Is possible that ho will i
bo retained by tho Baptist congrega-1
Hon at this place for the coming i
Hev. .Tudson Brown, of Port Or
chard, Wash., preached In the Chris
tian church both morning and even
ing, last Sunday
New Six-Room Cottage.
V. S. Buel is having a six-room cot
Working on Heppner Sewer.
Otis Beck camo up from Heppner
last week. Mr. Bed: Is engaged in
contract work on Heppner's new
sewer system, besides having several
Investor rom Colorado.
Mr, W. S. Averill, who some months
ago arrived here from Colorado, has
purchased two lots from J. H. Hite
man, adjoining the Canton property,
and will soon let a contract to build
a handsome resldonce.
Our now goods are coming in very fast ami we aro wondering
wht-ro wc will put thorn. Come f our store Saturday and help us
miko riK-tn for a few more gooJs Wo will make prion inducements
to please you
Notice a Few of the Cots In Summer Stuffs
Hoy's and men's summer underwear, per garment, Ilk. MonV
60c shirts, light or dark, for SATURDAY, TO.'. Ladios' sleeveless
vests, 10c and 18c lduri, 3 for '25c. Lrdies' laco hoto 30c and UK
kind, fir Saturday 25c per pair Children's and ladies' laco hose, 'Joe
kind. 19c per pair Ladies waists $2.40 kind now $1 75, $2 now $1 35
$1 To kind now $1. 25, $1 kind now 7oi 7oc and oOc kind now 39c
All lawns anJ dimities worth 10c ami less, Saturday only to yard.
All lawns woith 25c and less, for Satuiday only toe yard. 20 pairs of
ladies' hhoes, odds and ends, small zs 5()c pair. All slippern and
oxfo' ds, 25 per cent off of the regular prie. Zephyr ginghams for
Saturday only, tf.o yard.
THE F K I R
The Place to Find Genuine Bargains
FW WW WT WiTTTTtTTtTTTTTTTTTTTiTTtTT
iases the Taste"
for (Md Lesiff Brand of
The ownership of the small islands
ai i'ii cvtreme southern end of tho
StiHi archipelago, will be left to nrbl-'
trntlon Great Britain and the United
Rtntns linth claim them I
f GROWTH '
A R1C0 COFFEE in one pound Packages
& MOCHA COFFEE in one pound packages ;
For sale by ull up-to-date grocers. .
, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder ;
fit! COFFEE & SPICE Co., So1' 3
m i n mn 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 hi II"""
and Ammunition from a man m the gun uusine. n
Jomrrr u A V MAIN STRHET
. STILLMAN, K. O. Building
Has the larye demand lor
Byers' Best Flour
p. Only the choicest wheat that R "
est Flour. It's perfection in Flour. Made by the
LETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
P Water Pi,s Fmined and Repaired at Once
Delay will lead to serous breaks.
Fust-class worh cuaranteed !
CIC, 'the Reliable PlamUt.
Cott street, opposite the Golden Rule Ho'
Promoted by Shampoos
of Cuticura Soap
And Dressings of Cuticura the
Great Skin Cure
Purest, Sweetest, Most Effective Remedies
for Skin, Scalp and Hair.
This treatment at once stops falling
hair, removes crusts, scales and dan
druff, destroys hair parasites, soothes
irritated, itching surfaces, stimulates
the hair follicles, loosens the scalp skin,
supplies tho roots with energy and
nourishment, and makes the hair grow
upon u sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp
when all clso falls.
Millions of women now rely on Cuti
cura Soap assisted by Cuticura Oint
ment, tho great skin cure, for preserving,
purifying and beautifying tho skin, for
cleansing tho scalp of crusts, scales and
dandruff, and the stopping of falling
hair, for Boftcnlng, whitening and
soothing red, rough aud sore hands, ror
baby rashes, itching and dialings, for
annoying irritations, or too free or
offensive perspiration, for ulcerative
weaknesses, and many sanative, anti
septic purposes which readily suggest
themselves, as well as for all tho pur
poses of tho toilet aud nursery.
Cuticura remedies aro tho standard
skin cures and humour remedies of the
world. IUthotho affected parts with hot
watermul t'utlcura Soap, to cleanse tho
surface of crusts and scales and soften
the thickened cuticle. Dry, without
hard rubbing, and apply Cuticura Olut
mcnt freely, to allay Itching, irrltatlou
and Inflammation, aud sootho and heal,
and, lusMv, In tho severer forms, take
Cuticura Keolvent, to cool and cleanse
the blooJ. A Hiigle set Is often sultl-cli-nt
to cure the most torturing, dis
figuring skin, sculp and blood humours,
from pimples to scrofula, from iufancy
to age, when all olsu fulls.
FI4 IhrminhoullV wnriri CuHnm lltuiintMx i fin
latin 0i unoooiMiP t-tw-u ni. I". v' ' .
nnt, Mr , Km- '! . lIKil I Ix.odon . f (PIM
HI I I'.H. I. Jll'!Ur.ni Bl'.n. I CoUimUu. Ave.
Vwitu- lmfc CViu. Corli , ol Pwp. .
jr-StQil Iw !! to Can twf IIuomiu
AT SHIELDS' PARK.
Largest Crowd of the Season and an
Excellent Program Lat Night.
Tho largest crowd of the season
visltod Shields' Park last night, and
the program was good in every par
ticular. Tho scene from "The
Burglar," presented by Baby Owens,
assisted by Messrs. Murray and Nel
son, was well dono, and won new lau
rels for the young artist, which has
been such a favorite since IiIh first
appearance in the city
"The Furniture Man." presented
by Athon, Wilson nnd ClnrU, was ably
neted, and merited the applause It ie
coived. Zoynrra was seen in n new act, on
tho trapeze rings, and while It was
good, It was not in favor with the
audience, as was IiIh revolving globe
act. The program wns rendered with
spirit and snap, last night, and the
Innti) crowd appreciated It highly.
The amatours appearing weie MIbh
Maple and Mr. Castle, euch of whom
were recalled and responded with ex
cellent vocnl selections.
Zeno, the contortionist, was well
received In his dltllcult feats.
The program for tonight and to
morrow night promises to bo equally
as lntciestlng as last night ami lu
addition, the prize drawing will take
place In the park tomorrow night.
The benutii'ul prizes are on exhibition
tit M ltader's. Ticket to the pnrlt
Include a free ticket to the drawing
and may be purchased at Ilrock &
McCoimis' drug store.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
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laiigrit em rel -lly lor tr(n ug toftrlifti 1 r
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ftirinntimi -ililrrn 1. i' Hr.-lrr I'tM
Or J. N IMIicr.N
inuke a )eclalty of solos mid duelists
nnd similar siieclul numbers, ami In
order to do this will secure some of
the best players In the country
Will Reopen Their Meat Market.
Tho Schwuiy. & Hreiillch Meat I',
will rcpoen their meat market nt the
old stand on Main street near Webb,
with a first-class line of fresh meat. '
cured meats and sausnge of all kinds, 1
on August ilitli. Our meat will bo re
frigerated, Insuring palatable and ,
wholesome meat. Thono Main 181.
SCHWAliy. & OHHUUCH.
LET US FILL
EARTH IS HOLLOW.
Well Drill Dropped Out of Reach
On the Coleman ranch a few miles
west of Uugclie the residents have ex
perienced an unusual condition of af
fairs, says the Eugene fJunrd. They
are sinking a well on the place and
when through the- hnrupnn which they
encountered the drill, sinker aud all
disappeared from the end of the cable
as If dropped Into u cavern In tho
iinilorwnrld. Tho circumstance was
somewhat similar to the one experi
enced nt the university a low months
uko wh"ii a hole about W feet In ,
depth was found while drilling for j :
Some of tho water was brought toi
the surface aud used for cooking on
the ranch. The first meal eaten when
the new water was used made all the
r.,.iii. uii.i.- nmi ft una feared that
they had been poisoned. Tiki lady
of the house next attempted to use
tho water for scrubbing and found
that It loomed up like soap suds when
scrubbed about on tho floor
A bottle was brought In liugeni
and Druggist Vincent will analyze It
and find Its constituent parts. It Is
bolloved that the underground river
which supplies the numerous mineral
springs about the country has been
THE SPOKANE FAIR. (
Best Musical Program Ever Rndeerd
In Washington Now Secured,
H (i Stlinmol. manager of the Spo
ininruiiitii Fair, has rloscd a
; contract with Fred 13. lioppe In fur
nish music throughout the 10 days'
IcxpoMtlou from October fi to 13. The
1 fair agrees to pay for this one item
of entertainment the sum of $1,734.
iMr lloppe agreun to furnish n band'
I of 2.1 skilled nnd' haridsomel) unl-
formed musicians, which he will con-,
din t In person
! Under tho contract he can be called
'upon each day for a parade of one
hour and for aix houis of music nt
Hi. fair grounds. He proposes to
iDESPAIN & CLARK
i CONSUMERS WHOLE
SALE GROCERY AND
SION MERCHANT Si
:614-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
Wc can supply you with
, Huililini; Material of ull
descriptions and sit v t
Huililini: paper Tuiif
cement luick and (And.
Wood Kiittcis ot bams
uid dwelling a specialty
Oregon Lumber yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
Made in California
where materials are
produced The lowest
priced roofing made,
Lasts longer than all
others. It is weather
arid water-prpof and
for U.1UI. 1
The Parafdne Paint Co.
tin f'rindico, Stilt'e,
Portlind. U Aniclti
tun uowir, uiiwiao, 11
We Can Mend It
We hav purchased tho Witboo
HlcycJu and Itopalr tittup uml
aro prepared to make quick r
pairs and guarantee our work.
Wo repair bicycles, sewing ma.
chines and other light machin
ery do brailng and other re
pairing. Wo ore agents for
three makes ot wheels that
lmv met th test and proven
their worth. They are
THE HILLCMMBEIJ, .
and THE CRAWFORD,
If you aro going to buy
wheel, eomo urouMil and look
nl our whfcXdu befoio lyou pur '
chase your wheel.
Gordan & Cdmistcn
311 EAST CpURT 8TREET.
On and alter Aprl i, fate over
the 1'end'reion UkUh Staut' Line
will Imj) ' "
r.nsiu.o tt. rfah.ii nyri tW
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