East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 26, 1903, Image 3

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    The Peoples Greatest Outfitters
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 26, 1903.
Saturday, August 29th
THE WORLD RENOWNED
lercantile Tailoring
Co., ot Chicago
,.... tl.n Alnvanders Denartmmt Qtr,.,.
randcst display of winter woolens for men'.s suits, over
I trousers and fancy vests it lias ever been your opportunity
' rt. Perfect httinc by their specialty i" '.y
Lnpr.t. Perfect tittinc Dy tlieir specialty man .;n t. .1'
est feature.
Us from $14.00 tip. Trousers
from 34.00tip.
ALEXANDER'S
DEPARTMENT STORE
U ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE? Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
ih Umatilla, mauc . nuniv. ft, hmude, Maker.
RIDGE AND VICINITY
W. H. FLETCHER'S CANCER
IS IMPROVING SOMEWHAT.
Severe Case of Scarlet Fever J. E.
Smith Company Is Fencing Pasture
Lands A Good Rain Fell Saturday
Last Several Severe Cases of Ill
ness, But All Are Recovering.
niilRo. Aur. 2r.. E. A. Kahrenwald
s out In Starklc prairie at present,
haying.
Thomas Ogle Is on the sick list
this week, but is Improving now.
Oeorge Doan, of pilot Rock, had a
soyero attack of scarlet fever, but is
said to bo improving,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fletcher have
returned from Walla Walla. His can
cer has ceased eating, but has not
healed to any groat extent.
Mrs. W. II. Hinklo and fnmllv are
spending a few days at Unman
Springs.
-Mrs. Henry Schmidt, of Alba, is
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. K.
V. Fahrcnwald this week.
The J. E. Smith Livestock Co. is
building a pasture of wire from the
Ellwand Field Fence Co.
D. Fonton. is reported seriously 111
Ot the hnmn nf his prnmlenn Tlovtnn
Smith, of Pilot Hock.
there was a nice rain in this vicin
ity last Saturday, and it was a most
welcome guest.
I,. E. Itoy, Pilot Ilnck's blacksmith,
who was kicked and badly injured In
the knee a short time ago by a vicious
horse, is lmnrovlnir rratlunllv nn.i Ih
now able to go about by using canes.
M'KAY CREEK NEWS.
t
:he grouse season
Opens Saturday, August the firs , and
you will need a now gun and ammuni
tion. Wo have the finest line In the city
of double barrel shotguns and repeat
ers Call and examine our line before
purchasing, as wo can save you
money
HOMPSON HARDWARE Co.
621 Main St, Headquarters for fishing supplies
fMH4W--M-'I"I"l"l"li-M-4--4-4''l"l"l"I't-I"I't"l"l'
HAVE YOU TRIED
M ILeaiff Bramdl
OK
OSTA RIGA COFFEE in one pound Packages
4VA & MOCHA COFFEE in ono pound packages
New Irrigating Engine Installed
Facts About School District Con
solidation. Ous Hill has gone lo Pritish Colum
bia wlih horses.
Charles White is in the mountains
looking after slock.
George Kidder is In Walla Walla
looking after the John Slack Interests
while the proprietor is at the seashore.
The Hill Pros, are now irrigating
their alfalfa field with a four-horso
power gasoline engine.
Harney Crowner is In the moun
tains near Mcaeham getting out wood.
The roads in this vicinity are the
worst we nave Knowledge of in a
dozen years.
The rn scholars In the district near
the mouth of Birch creek are divided
into about equal parts by the Umntll
la river. We give this information
tor those interested in consolidating,
to cogitate on.
DALE ITEMS.
pMCK. Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder
reel
;ct a
p your gro
if it is not
satUfacton
it and get
pney back
our c.o 1. 1 u:.uf
.SI'IiCIAI.TIESnre
absolutely pure and
the JIIi.ST GOODS
OllTUNAHU';.
Fa
IPwst on Getting: "THE GOLD LEAF BP AW
VClTLAND COFFEE & SP1GE Co.,
ttW"M.1.44MlJ..t.M.
UK'
I'OHTI.AKl)
OKKlfON
puis and Ammunition from a man in the gun business A full slock
J. STILLMAN,
W Kinds.
MAIN STRKHT
li. 0. Iicn.niNC
Satisfaction Guaranteed
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
;sn
catel
mlnst
nrk
won
iten
lew-
on'1
Monmouth, Ortgou
i..inine school for tmcherii courtcj iit-
mmm
msm
Or J.N. nutler.Scc
felloe
at
lo
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or'1
uacW"
E COMMISSION CO.
. . . . - ffortrt nOO.OO
MITAL AND 5URPUUD,VWI
& York and Minneapolis !liSn tllcrld'
ce oer the lx-st extensive private wire s stem in
in.., omcri
.
the
20 Court Slrwt
B. E. KENNEDY, Mgr.
Grand Harvest Ball to Be Given on
August 28 Rains Have Made Good
Rnarie.
Tlnln fir Ann- i Mrs Plprftnl.
of Hitter, who has been visiting rel
atives at this place, returned Home
this morning.
U, V. Shelts, who is in business at
CIRCUS DAY BARGAINS
'bB,irt,'. t'Z'zz at"" " " r
I
The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
There i a disease prevailing in this
comitrv mor.t dangerous because so lece-
' " 1 1 I !1 itlll YA i, .. ATo,.. L..,t,1....
tTrtWh ra Mi Jeath's are 'caused
uy u jienri uis
v ease. Diieuinoiiiu,
it heart failure or
p apoplexy are often
mm
tr V! vi hi
the result of kid
ney disease. If
kidnev trouble is
alloHedtoadvance
Sv. . cd blood will at
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, or the kidneys theinsehes
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Madder troubles almost always result
from u derangement of the kidneys awl
a cure is obtained omckesl by a proper
treatment of the kiduevs. If you are feel
ing badly vou can make no mistake by
taking Ur." Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidnev, lier and bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to bold urine ami
scnlding pain in passing it, and n er
emites that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to go often through the day,
and to get "p manv times during the
night. The mild aiid the extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Knot is soon realized,
it i.Mi.u the biL'licst for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Hoot is pleasant to tase aim is
sold bv all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size Ixittles. Vou may liae a
.. i.. t...(il.. f (ln'u Mimclirful new dls-
VUIIIII,- ""l.'V
coverv and a book that tells all about it,
both sent free bv mail. AU.iress, ur. kii
mer& Co., Kiiighniuton, N. Y. When
writing mention reading this generous
..(t..r ;., ii.ic ,,ni,.T Don't make any
mistake, but reiueinberthe name.Swamp-
Koot. Dr. Kilmer's hwamji-Kooi, ami iw
address, llinglianuon, t"-'.'
bottle
Suffered Eight Months
, t.nnrtllt rprnmmond Acker's
Tablets for dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. I have been suffering for
ii. ..w.ntiic nml tried many reme
dies without relief, until I got Acker's
Dyspepsia Tablets, wmcu i u&uu ,
a short time and am now perfect )'
well. Thnnking you for the speedy
recovery. I am gratefully yours, Fran
cis I Gannor, Vancouver, Wash. Send
to W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo. N.
y for a free trial pacKiige. viuimuh
nim them.) F. W. Schmiat & Co.,
CLOTHING
Hoys' two-piece suits, good
woolen materials, slies 4 tof-l pa
years $.oU
Hoys' suits, cotton mixed . 1.75
loys' all wool sorgo suits, coat 3 AA
and pants, very drossy O.UU
3oys' all wool serge thrco-pieco A Aft
suits, good weight 't.UU
Hoys' mixed color suits, the 5 75
latest stylo goods O.IO
Men's dark woolen suits 5.98
Men's lino fancy worsted sults
Men's fancy worsted suits, sllkln no
mixed lU.yO
Men's black, all wool ClayQ CA
worsted suits, all sizes u"
Men's fine vici dross shoes .... 3.50
Ladies' Furnishings
l-adlos' shirt waists, all sum
mer grades, nt big reduction.
Ladles' new fall waists, all
grades from ..J. 00-3. 50
Ladles' dross and walking
skirts, new ones Just arrived,
every description and price,
from J. 45-9.00
Children's dresses, all sizes and
prices from . . 35c-2.00
All summer dross goods loft will
SHOES
Men's tine calf shoes ., 2.75-3.00
Men's strong seamless shoes.. 25
Hoys' dross shoos, 'lthor calf
soies.0:.:'.1:1.'..1:5' 1.85.2.50
Hoys' heavy shoes, made up
rip ..."hout sonms ,0 1.60-1.80
Hoys' satin calf shoes, good
wear .'IT'5' 'h0" 1.30-160
Ladles' fine dress shoos l'65'3 50
Ladies' Oxfords from i00'2l 0
Misses' fine dross shoos
1.35-7.011
1,00160
Misses' shoos for hard
wear... i
Dress Goods
All wool Albattos, jnrd wide,
all colors 50c
All wool Ktiimlncs, light colors,
yard wide 50c
Now stylo white mercerised
walstliiKs . . . .25c-50c
Mixed suitings, great range of
patterns 50c-75c
bo sold at ANY OLD PRICE.
The above prices are good for all week, so if you roniein iluriny tin1 wrrk ou will get tin
same prices vou would on Saturday.
THE FHIR
The Place to Save Money
Monument, visited his family on
Sunday at Dale.
The recent rains hao settled the
dust and put the roads in good con
dition for travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Arbogast atli
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Markham have
Just returned from a week's sojoiirn
In "The Hasln," where they spent a
grand time. They found an abund
ance of game and huckleberries.
A harvest ball will bo given at
this place on the -8th Instant, by
Asa Arbogast, the proprietor of the
Dale Hotel. A good crowd ard a
good time is expected.
Suicide Prevented.
The startling announcement that
a preventative of mielda had been
discovered will 'n-orest v.: my. run
down system, or despondency Invarl
ably preceoe suicide and something
has boon found that will prevent that
condition which makes suicide likely.
At the first thought of self-destruction
take Klectrlc Hitti-rs. It being a
great tonic and nervine will strength
en the nerves and build up tho syB
lem. It's also a groat stomach, liver
and kidney regulator. Only GOe.
Sitisracllon guaranteed by Tallman
& Co., druggists.
OSHKOSH HAS A BIRTHDAY.
City With 30,000 People Was Founded
Fifty Years Ago.
Oshkosh, Wis.. Aug. 2fi.-The peo
ple of Oshkosh toduy celebrated tho
fiftieth anniversary of the city. In
1SG3 Oshkosh was a straggling vll
inr... ,,r liimlmrnu'ii t runners and
others who had settled along the
shore of J-ake winneuago. wow u is
ono of the most flourishing cities of
tiii,. uoptlnn ,.r thi country, tho cen
ter of lurge industries and with a pop
ulation ol 3U,UUV.
The stieets today were decorated,
the mills and other manufacturing
Mii,i.iuiiTniiitu worn closed and the
day was given over to parades, public
amusements, speech making and
music. The booming of a semi-centennial
salute awoke the citizens at
an early hour and soon thereafter tho
streets were thronged with holiday
makcis. During the forenoon there
was a general parade, Industrial,
civic and military. North l'ark was
.,t ih,. nftprnoon'M festivities-
The program Included speeches of an
historical character uy soverm intm
. ..in-,.,,,., ,.r Dir. ,-ltv nml state, to-
llt-IH tiJ.',n w. -
gether with boat laces and athletic
contests. One of the most conspicu
ous participants In the- celebration
was Reginald Oshkosh, grandson of
Chief Oshkosh, after whom the city
was named.
Journal Baraaln Day.
For ono day only, on August 28,
the Oregon Pally Journal will bend
the dally, weekly and semi-weekly
issues to mail subscribers at ono
balf price-Dally, $2.50 per year,
Suml-Weekly. 75 cents, and Weekly,
50 cents. Tho offer will not bo re
peated and holds good but ono day,
Friday, August 28, 1903.
t
I Shields' Park
t
? A HIGH CLASS
I VAUDEVILLE SHOW
Provides an evening of rare enjoyment
Good, clean, wholesome fun. Not a
dull minute.
MAIN STREET
Near O. R. & N. Depot
Admission, 20c Children, 10c
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THE PYO?tOS BtTST, :
kf(RKCENT
1-iHlitnesi in HaVing Powder
explains the inciuast.d popular
ity of Crehcent llakini; Powder,
lis, action in slower .iml nn;r
tlian Crtaiii of Tarlat and it
increased ttionglli oddt lo tlio
conomy ol its price.
BAKING
POWDER a
on 1 : 1 ) 1 ' n 1 ) yr, 1 ;nth j
w ith n r.'
"ne Oreeo'n Dally" Journal can ho found on .ale it FrtiUif Uk oi
druggists.
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