DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1903. l i iiv viL wuli liters ' c y lu THE WORLD RENOWNED J ertmiuic iaiiorino-1 ? Co., ot Chicago ilir Alexanders Dcnarttnent Stm-., ...:.i. .i i . 111c: i .1 rn nc r ,i.ct disnlav oi winter woo nnc tVr n fc . : .... . - o o ii i l . nvpr. t(0llScrs and fancy vests it has ever been your opportunity ... Pi-rfcct ftttine bv their !nr.p;,if., L"., " . iruuu i4 uu up. i rousers from $4.00 up. ALEXANDER'S DEPARTMENT STORE r in inn nr iiii i mil t nii.uui ml nnii 1 1 m jiiliiu ur miLiuii VETERANS RETURNING FROM SAN FRANCISCO, I'llIDEOF IMATII.LA WW'''' cWinV A GOOD SMOKE T manna, iviut numb. Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride A. RHODE, Maker. . LiIiJilMlll lil Jl 111 I II llllllllll limit IIH.nl Ini.AJ.J.J.-?- ........ E GROUSE SEASON Oik ns Saturday, August the firs , and v hi will need a new gun and aminunl inn c liavo the finest line In the city i) double barrel shotguus and repeat-f-t- Call and examine our line before mirchns'ng, as we can save you mi nicy rK l a w m m ii m-m m mjw m w - Death of Infant Child of J. s. Rlehey and Wife-Many People Are Going and Coming, Some for Their Health Recent Comer Attacked With Ty phoid Fever-Death of Mrs. Martha Wallace. u",lt0"' Ore.. Aug. 24,-Messrs. Joe leturned yesterday from San Krnn olsco where thoy have been tn ntieml tnc Grand Army of the Republic en- "IJiiifm., Mrs. Michael Smith took her de parture yesterday for Portland and the coast. Mrs. Smith has just re covered from malarial fever and has gone away for her health. Mr. D. W. Plants rnmn .tmvn r.. Spokane Saturday and Is a guest of1 his brother, Mr. U n. Plants. Mrs IJ w. Phelps and the Misses ; Inez Phelps and Xelllo Sanderson! came down Saturday ti-nm iim tii. gate where for the past ten days thoy have been camping. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis returned faaturday afternoon from a three weoKs- stay at the coast. Miss Zola Roberts, who lately came! roriianu to acopt a posi tion In George Hohrman's bakery, was taken 111 0f typhoid fever and yesterday nrternoon started for her home. Mr. W. C. Howard lottirned this morning from Portland, whore ho went on business connected with Co lumbia college. Death of Mrs. Martha Wallace. Mrs. Martha Wallace died yester day morning at her home eight miles south of town. Funeral services w.-ro conducted this afternoon by Kldcr 11. 1 I Cartwrlgbt, after which the re mains were laid to rest in the Row lus cemetery. Teacher From Kentucky. Miss Eudora Cartwright. of Ken tucky, arrived bore Saturday night Miss Cartwright has secured a posK t,ion as primary teacher in the Mil ton public schools for the next year Death of J. S. Rlchey's Child. Wlllard, the infant son of Mr and Mrs. J. S. Ilichey, died yesterday morning at the Tollgato. where they had gone thinking the cool mountain air would benefit It, but it was ot no avail and the little fellow passed away. The remains were brought here yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held tumorrow CIRCUS DAY BARGAINS Hut cira" .rX'rc" or" r.'y a" ''T ind h " l - from hats down to shoes Our Jrices nuotc d heh L win"0' "Cnrl wi-i nceJ here than anywhere eKe. ' 1 V w'" co,,vi":o you that jon can do t.ctte. CLOTHING Hoys' twoplcco suits, good woolen materials, slr.es 4 to i rft 9 oars i)U V 1 -- Hoys' suits, cotton mixed l.t) toys' all wool serge suits, coat 5 fl ami pants, very dressy 0UU "toys' all wool serge three-plecoj ff suits, good weight 4.UU Hoys' mixed color suits, the 2 7Z latest style goods O.O Men's dark woolen suits . 5.98 Men's fine fancy worsted sults'o' Men's fancy worsted suits, sllklA rvQ mixed lU.yO Men's black, all wool ClavO j-n worsted suits, all sizes 0,i)u .Men's fine vlcl dress shoes .... 3.50 SHOES Men's tine calf shoos .. 2.75-3.00 Men's strong seamless shoes.. 2.25 Hoys' dress shoes, either calf or vlcl, heavy I or n Ffi soles I.O.VZ.SU Hoys' heavy shoes, mndo up np ...::'.,.houl scnn,s 1.60-1.80 Hoys' satin calf shoes, good wear .'l?"'' "W 1.30-160 Ijidies' fine dress shoes l'65"3.50 1,00-2.. 0 1,35-2,00 1,001,60 Ladles- Oxfords from Misses' Misses wear. lino dress shoes! shoes for hard Ladies' Furnishings l-adlos' shirt waists, all sum mer grades, at big reduction. Ladles' new fall waists, all grades from ..J. 00-3. 50 Ladles' dross and walking skirts, now ones Just arrived, oory description and price, frni 1.45-9.00 Children's dresses, all sizes and prices from . . 35c-2.00 All summer dross goods left will bo Dress Goods All wool Albalros, all colors . , . . All wool Ktnmlnes, yard wide . . . New btylo while wiilbtings . . . Mlud suitings: patterns, . . yard wide. ... 50c light colors, , . . 50c mori'orUed 25c-50c grent range of 50c-75c uld at ANY OLD PRICE. The above prices arc good for all week, so if you come in during the we k ou will j;ct il.e same pr-'-es j on would on Saturday. T H HAVE YOU TRIED Leaf Braimdl OF Jl morning after which the body will . ! bp taken tn Wfllln Wnlln nnri Inlnrroil In the City cemetery. Tltnl nnnnnn 1 j r. , . a itiuA liiip k p.p. in (inp nnnnn racKairRR n u. muuiin iiii r r r.r. ill iiiik iiiiiiiiii iiniiiv ntL Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder a puck it is not . r .. and get Our GOLD !J..r SI'liCIALTJIiSan absolutel jmrcand the HKST GOODS OBTMXAIILK MRS. MARY GREGOVICH. Of ion liemng "the gold lea bkatijj" COFFEE & SPICE Co., (,;1:;! v" : Phlllpsburg, Montana, Tells How She Was Cured of Dandruff. Mrs. Mary Gregovlch, of Philips burg, Montana, under date ot Nov. 20, 1S!)9, writes: "1 had typhoid fever this slimmer, consequently was losing my hair terribly, and my head In places was perfectly bald. Newbro's Herpielde had just como Into use In Phlllpsburg. and the doctor strongly recommended it to me. After three or four applications my hair stopped falling out, and Is co"ilng In again quite thick. I used to be troubled greatly with dandruff, of which I am now quite cured." Kill the dandruff germ with Herplcldo. Sold by lead ing druggists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to The Herpielde Co.. Detroit. .Mich. F V. Schmidt & Co., special agents. nam1 .,,,,.;.;,... - - t... ,mt, 1m iii-.. K full tot:k J. STILLMAN, Farm6 for Sale. W'e now have listed for sale sonic of the best wheat farms and stock lanches in the county. The stock ranches can be sold either with or without the stock. All the places are well improved and well supplied with water. Also some very desirable city property, including new modern resi dence on north side of river. Call and iict nrlces. HENTU2Y & HAKTMAN. The Place to Save Money M I R TR1B. Mr. V 11. Gray, of Portland, Ore writes of July 10, 1902. and verifies his statement of February 11. 11)03; road them both; this is very conv lug evidence that Trib Is the on cure for tho liquor and tobacco linli- its. July 10, 1U02, Mr. Gray writes. : 1 ueiiuvc your iieuiiuoiii, iriu, .1 . i-iiLTOTTllTI7DC good one. I took the Kecley euro at UlNoUIVlC.rC a cost of $150. I think Trlb Is hon- SALE est!' the best treaii.TMil of tho two. ; it has, I liellevo, cured mn." Febru- ; ary 11, lfiOJ, Mr. Gray writes .igaln "Since I took Trlb last June, I never I felt in better health in my life. It has made another man of mo. I have lecommended It to many people and , liae heard o tno one taking It that It has not cured." Price per treatment $12.50. For sale by all druggists. DE$PIIIN k CLARK WHOLE-! GROCERY AND' WHOLESALE COMMIS-! SION MERCHANTS 514-514 MAIN STREET; Phone mam 1741 Notice. , There will bo a called communica tion of Pendleton Lodge No. 52, A. F. and A. M., nt its temple, August 2Dth, 1903, at ";30 p. m. The grand master will be present All M. M. are re-1 quested to bo present. Hy order i K. J. MUHPIIY, W. M. I JOH If PAHKKS, Sec'y. I State Miners' Association Meeting. ' Portland, Oro.. September 7th, '03, ' one and a third fure for tho round j trip. Tickets on sale September 4, t 5 and C. Gray's Harbor Commercial Co. MAIN STKEKT H O. 3IUH.UIM'. Satisfaction Guaranteed STATE NORMAL SCHOOL MonmoulU. OrfKOii r..iin .rhnol for uachem tourMiir ,.nged cpwUIIy lor wibim inn i;r lranlli.K OI 11IC - TCd mi WOfK IHIlgni IU m "u ,: ,,1 a. ilerand or Rf""1''""' Tbe iimcheri. ir eicecds tbe. upply- '"J forniatloii ddres " Ki, irw. Or J. N. Ilutler, S c- COMMISSION CO. CPITAL AND SURPLUS, $300,000.00 Vtww.i ... ,, itir..,c n rcivtd direct at the - "HTl IH IiklI uriv.'l f Wire !mh" toml , lot vv.i iMinh B. E. KENNEDY, Mgr. on in i 20 Court Mffl If you desire a good complexion use Mokl Tea, a pure herb drink. It acts on the liver and makes the skin smooth and clear. Cures sick head aches, Twenty-five cts. and 60 cts. .Money refunded If It docs not satisfy you. Write to W. H. Hooker & Co., Huffalo, N. Y., for free samples. W. H. Schmidt & Co., Druggists. There are no secrets about the pro cess of manufacturing Ice at tho Ko3S Ice & Cold Storage plant. Come and sec how It Is dono and you will seo that there Is no ammonia, alcohol or any other substance whatever added to the distilled water to aid in tho freezing Hay Press for Sale. K J noddy, tho butcher at Athena, has n No. 1 hay press, full circlo, practically now, which he will trade for cattle or hogs. Address H. J. Hoddy. Athena, Oregon. For Rent. i ilttve lemodolcd tho upstairs of tho Uespaln block and have somo of tno nicest omcc. rooms in tho city, tall and see them. 81 C. C. I1KHKEI..BV. Of tho C,000 Islands scattered be tv en Madagascar and India, only about COO are at presont Inhabited. A scheme is on foot In Kncland. sanctioned and backed by powerful influences, to colonize Kngllsh Jews In Eastern Africa not deport them.! but afford there a homo for all I w ho wish to leave England, The plan Is to retain and guard their citizen ship and political and financial in-1 lluence and Interests, COMMERCIAL STABLES G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR. Cairyalls for picnic parties. Good I teamH with competent drivers for commercial men. Speedy horses and . handsome rigs for evening nnd Suu. day drives, Gentle horses for family , use. Stock boarded at reasonable i rates. Hest of care given to transient stock. Opposite Hotel 1'endlHori 'Phono Main 101 Suffered Eight Months I can heartily recommend Acker's Tablets for dyspepsia and stomach trembles. I have been suffering for, I eight months and tried many reme- We Don't Keep Everything But we do keep a good big stock of nice dry Flooring, Celling, Rustic and Finish, In all grades. Also all kinds of Dimension Lumber, In cluding Lath and Shingles. Our stock of Doors, Win dows, Moulding, Oullding and Tar Paper and Apple Boxes Is complete, and any one In need of Lumbtr will not be wrong In placing their order with the : : Gray's Harbor Com. Co. Opp. W: ft C. K. Depot UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT THE OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED YARD Cor West Alta and Mlllth Sts. HAS CHARGE Wc Can Mend It We have purchased the Wllheo lllcycle and Ilepalr Shop and are prepared to make quick re pairs mill guariinti'o our work. We repair bicycles, newliig ma. chines and other light machin ery, do brazing and other re pairing We nre agct.ts for three makes of wheels that hnc met the test and proven thHr ot tli. They are THE RACYCLE, THE HILLCLIMDER, and THE CRAWFORD. It ou are going to buy a wheel, crime around and look at our wluids before ou pur chase your wheel. Gordan Is Edmisten 311 EAST COURT STREET. LET US FILL IYOUR BILL FOR LUMBER Wu can supply you vutli HuililinU Material of all iltsinptions anil a v i you moneys DOORS WINDOWS H til tiling; ;icr lunc cement, linck ami hdinl. Wood gutters for hams jikI ilwuliiMf,' a special! v- Oregon Lumber Yard Alta St., Opp. Court House Wanted to Rent S. A. ALLOWAY HAS CHAHUE . xmUMt! HlKMn engine. In rwl dies without relief, until I got Acker's OF THE OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED i .... Dyspepsia Tabl which I used only yARD( AND W0ULD BE PLEASED condition, r.ady to run, fixeO to burr, a short time and am i now Prfectly yoUR Hon8E8i con, Apply at vmu to TS SS . J"NTY OF STALL8, LARGE COR- els I. Gannor, Vancouver, Wash. Send RALs FOR LOOSE HOR8E6 AND American Hare Packing and to W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. CATTLE. HAY AND GRAIN FOR c Ciorap ra y.. for a free trial package. (Nothing , . ruOP mill IN CONNEC-! UOJd storage O. afiff-' ItVoN- 'PHONE MAIN 1331. Kcho, Oregon.