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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904.
ou Will Be Pleased
With the Dress Goods
at 50c a yard
POSITIVELY THE B2ST DRESS GOODS BARGAINS EV2R OF
FERED BY ANYBODY SO t-AR THIS SEASON THE VALUES ,; i
ARE IMPOSSIBLE TO DUPLICATE ANYWHERE BUT HERE.
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ALL OUR REGULAR
75c GRADE WOOL AND FANCY MIXTURES, PLAIDS AND VOILLE,
AT 50c YARD.
Special Embroidery Sale
122c AND 15c EMBROIDERIES IN ALL THE NEW PATTERNS
AND STYLES FOR 1904, SPECIAL, 9c YARD. ..
25c, 30c, 35c GRADES IN EXTRA WIDE EMBROIDERIES, SPEC
IAL AT 19c YARD.
SIX BRANCHES NOW WORK
ING IN EASTERN OREGON,
GOLF GLOVES IN TWO-COLOR EFFECT, SPECIAL, 25c PAIR.
H-fr -M-H' 1 l-H-H
Alexander Department Store
GAINING TA MP
I MADE, "aaKSHfeV I
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
NUNESS AND "WORKMANSHIP.
tpoH for a TRIUMPH, CI VNN
riTM accept a substitute. 1 1 f
and SEWER WORK
1 HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST-
1 CLASS WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. ES
TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
Last season when Richards &
Pringle's famous Georgia minstrels
made their annual tour the press and
public knew at once that what they
saw was only possible by having an
almost entire new show. They had
been told in the announcements
mado In advance of the coming of
the show that the same acts had
been dlscnrded, but seeing Is believ
ing, and never was so much praise
bestowed on a minstrel show as they
received. They will be seen again
In this city on March 22, when those
that were hits last season will be
seen again In now acts, together with
a whole lot of new people In bright.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LnxntlTC Dromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on
each box. 25c
Checks and other documents val
ued at $50,000, were stolen from the
coat pocket of a bank cashier In a
New York court room during a hear
Ing of bankruptcy proceedings
against the American Finance and
Membership of Over 300 In Union
and Umatilla Counties Recalls
Farmers' Alliance Organization,
Which Saved $5,000 to Farmers In
One Season by Purchasing Sup
plies by Wholesale.
thcro for as much as $30 per ton and
could not be had at that price. It
vus Iho roughest Vnich t over saw j
"The Wild Irishman" of Yellowstone
Ruy a chlId a chair for his own use p.nd hitf or her own size, as
We" as one fr Papa? if you want a hint on the. many pieces of
furniture wc havo especially for children, come. '
0urs Is tho carpet house of Pendleton and wo havo moro pat
terns to select from than any other place in Eastern Oregon.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Farnitore and Carpets
HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.
Color of llair Sold to Indicate a Ter.
Many people believe that blonde, or
light hair denotes affection and dark
hair constancy. A person without hair
is not devoid of character; far from It.
The disposition of the average bald
headed man Is to show such solicitude
Xor the welfare of others, that he neg
lects himself. A germ causes baldnoss.
I'rof. Sabouraud, of Paris, Franco, ln
nocculatod a rabbit with Dandruff germs,
causing It tp become totally bald In live
weeks' time. To rid the scalp of these
dangerous trerms It Is necessary to apply
' "Destroy the cause you remove the
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c In
stamps for rample to The Herplclde Co.,
1 vv. Scmmdt. special agent.
Monday Night, March 21
At Frazer Theatre
I'rtTla!!'!?3 hr0C8 ot ,H0 Kreat Bo.r war. Ulutsmtcd locturo,
Krap!,,0 Btorv ... .
I south Afrlc "iniggio botweon England ana iuu
tUr ever Ef t0mWc- Tnls Is of the most lactn-itlns loo
peaf her. . 0oneraI Joubort and Captain O'Donnoll will &P-
re ""dor tho auspices of tho Men's nOHOrt.
If you are interested in Oil
Painting see us. Our line
We make a specialty of fram
ing pictures. Newest stock
C C. SHARP t
? Opera House Block J
- ---. J. J. . A a
Ifyoitrwhool Is ailing consul
us. We treat the worst wheel,
and rtstore them to health. Ou
bloyclo hoi-piial at 311 Court
Street Is complete mid equipped
with the latest appliances.
Gotcfen & Edmisten
f liloyole Dootorn
4- All Kinds of LlKht Repairing
Tho activity of tho Grange In
Eastern Oregon Is one of tho most
important movements made In this
district for 10 yoars. At this time
thcro nro six branches of this or
ganization In Union and Umatilla
counties, with a total of over 300
Tho three branches In tho Milton
and Freowater districts have about
140 members and the three In Union
county about 160. All of them nro
adding to their membership con
stantly, and aro preparing the way
for new organizations later In the
Tho organization calls (6 mind the
Farmers' Alliance of tho 90s, which
was strong in both Umatilla and
In Union county that organization
saved to tho farmers In one season,
about $5,000 by purchasing machin
ery and binding twlno, of n local Im
plement houso, in wholesale. The
farmers clubbed together and order
ed a carload of supplies for harvest,
and by this means, In several towns
In the county, mado a saving of this
amount In one season.
So far, In this and Union counties,
tho Grango is in tho social stage,
anil no business organization has
been attempted yet, but It will grad
ually grow Into a business organiza
tion, as it has in tho Willnmetto
valley, taking an activo part In pub
lic affairs, and especially in county
The preamblo nnd general objects
of tho Grango arc as follows:
Profoundly Impressed with tho
truth that tho National Grango of
the United States should definitely
proclaim to the world Its general ob
jects, wo hereby unanimously make
this declaration of purposes of the
Patrons of Husbandry.
1. United by tho strong and faith
ful tie of agriculture, wo mutually
resolve to labor for the good of our
order, our country and mankind.
2. We heartily endorse tho motto:
"In essentials, unity; In non-essentials,
liberty; In all things charity.
.1. We shall endeavor to advanco
our cause by laboring to accomplish
the following objects:
To develop a better and higher
mauhood and womanhood among
ourselves. To enhance the comforts
and attractions of our homes, and
strgonthen our attachments to our
pursuits. To foster mutula under
standing and co-operation. To main
tain inviolate our laws, mid to emu
late each other In labor, to hasten
the good time coming. To reduce
our expenses, both Individual and
corporate. To buy less and produce
more, In order to make our farms
selt'-susfalnlng. To diversify our
mips, and crop no moro than wo
To condonso the weight of our ox
ports, selling less In the bushel and
moro on hoof and In tleeco; less in
lint, and more In warp and woof. To
systematize our work, and calculato
intelligently on probabilities. To
discountenance tho credit system,
the mortgage system, tho fashion
system, and every other Bystcm tend
ing to prodigality and bankruptcy.
We propose meeting together, talk
ing together, working together, buy
ing together, selling together, and,
general, acting together for uur
mutual protection and advancement,
as occasion may require. Wo shall
avoid litigation as much as poslblo
by arbitration in the Grange. Wo
shall constantly strivo to securo en
tire harmony, good will, vital broth
erhood among ourselves, and to mnko
our order perpetual. Wo shall earn
estly endeavor to suppress personal,
local, sectional and national preju
dices, all unhealthy rivalry, all sol'
fish ambition. Faithful adherence
to these principles will insuro our
mental, moral, social and material
TWENTY-TWO YEARS AGO.
Park, In Pendleton This Morn-i
Jerry Mullen, one of the oldest
stnKedrlvcra now living on tho Pa
cific const, and familiarly known as
"The Wild Irishman," was In tho
city this morning between trains, on
route to Yellowstone Park, where ho
will enter tho government employ
He has been driving for the Elgin
Joseph Company through the Wal
lowa 'canjon, one of tho most pictur
esque and dungerous pieces ot stage
road remnlnlug In tho West, for tho
past five months, and Is now return
ing to hla old position as driver in
tho Yellowstone Park.
Mullen hold the world's gold medal
from the Columbian exposition, ns
champion driver of six nnd eight
horses. He was ono of 30 contest
ants at tho Chicago World's fnlr.
and received tho highest award.
Ho carries his raednl with him nnd
treasures It dearly. Ho drove a
short time for John llniley through
this city in 1S70, nnd, having been
absent from Pendleton since thnt
time, would scarcely believe It to be
the snmo village.
BRICK IS PLENTIFUL.
Weston Yards Are Not Furnlshlnn
Walla Walla and Will Begin Oper
atlor. About April 1.
Clark Nelson, mnnnger of tho
Weston brick yard, says tho entire
supply of the yard Is now coming to
Pendleton, for tho new buildings
contemplated here, and thnt not n
contract Is being llilcd In Wnlln
Walla at this time.
He 1ms RUlllclcnt brick In tho yard
to complete tho Martin building, nnd
the yard will begin tho mniiufncturo
of the now brick nbout April l, nun
It Is not anticipated that any of tho
linw lmllilliiL'H to bo erected In this
city will wnlt on Weston brick.
Tho supply for tho Martin immune
Is arriving at (he rnto of a carload
per day, and by tho tlmo tho old
supply Is all cleaned out. tho now
brick will bo ready for tho builders.
I linvn Min tnnrliltin Hint tdoaRefl
tho farmers. Tlmo and trial have
proven tho worth of the Holt com
bined harvester, and it has been
demonstrated to bo tho most success
ful made. E. L. Smith, 311 Court
Speedily, Permanently and
WHEN ALLELSE FAILS
Complete External and
Price One Dollar
In tho treatment of torturing, disfig
uring, Itching, scaly, crusted, pimply,
blotchy and scrofulous humors of tht
skin, scalp ami blood, with loss of hair,
Cutlcura Soap, Ointment nnd Tills havo
been wonderfully successful. Even tha
most obstinate of constitution:!! hu
mors, such ns Imd blood, .scrofula, In
herited and contusion humors, with
loss of hair, ghmliflnr swelling, ulcer
ous patches In tho throat nnd mouth,
soro oyon, copper-coloured blotches, ns
well a holH, carbuncles, scurvy, stlos,
ulcers and sores nrlMng from nn Impiiro
condition of tho blood, yield to tho
Cutlcura Treatment, when all other
And greater still. If possible, Is tho
wonderful record of cures of torturing,
tlNtlgurlng humor unions Infants and
children. Tho sulVerlng which Cutlcurn
Uemeilles havo alleviated niuotin tho
young, nnd tho comfort they have af
forded worn-out nnd worried parents,
have led to their adoption In counties
homes ns priceless curatives for the
skin ami blood, lurantllunnd birth hu
mors, milk crust, scnllcd bend, eczema,
rashos and overy torm of itching, scnly,
pimply skin mid scalp humor, with loss
of Imlr, of Infancy nnd childhood, nro
speedily, permanently and economically
cured when nil other rumedles suitable
for chlldrcu, and oven tho host phy
Sold throughout lh world. Cutl, ilaioltnt.
n torn, or ChocoliU I'Mtnl IHH, t. ' !''
Intmtnt. .We.. H4n.r. 1)ihUi London, V, .nrUf-
tl i ,, ft llu, U I'iIii HO.IO". IV O.JumOM
I'olter Drujt Chtm Corp.. Sol rrflprtotort.
Hnd ror "Th Ortftl Humour Cur.
John Kennedy was under sentenco
to hang at Hoanoko, Va., for train
robbing. He clubbed a guard nearly
to .leath nnd escaped.
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head o( the lisu
Correct Clothes for Men'
Hartford Klre Insurance Co.f l'-,S,t7e
Alliance Awiiraneo Co '1),(0.W
London A T.ttiictudilru Klre
Insurance Co 2,6H,6S3
North llrltlsh & Mercantile
Hoyal Insurance Co 22,807,163
OopjrrUrbi mil, l.v.&Co.
UT money in your
purse by buying
S&tXSFRAHK B. CLOPTON
tne Best wunoui,
bitant prices for
this label I
U2 EAST COURT ST.
MAKERS NEW YORK
is on your ready-for-service ap
parel you have the world's
: standard. There can be none
' Equal to fine cuilom mide !n all but
prlct. The makers' guarantee, and
uuii, will, cvtry iamnm. . ai v
Exclusive Distributors In tills city.
The Peoples Warehouse
' The Leading Clothltri
Severest March In History of Uma
tilla County In 1882.
"March, 1882, was tho worst March
I ever saw In Umatilla county," said
a prominent sheepman, In comment'
ing on tho favorable spring weather
"About 76 por cent of tho lambs
that bad lust been dropped wcro
killed, out in tho Pilot Rock neigh
borhood wnero I livod, A heavy
snow, tho first that came that win
ter, fell about March 10, that spring,
just In time to catch tho lamb crop.
"It had been a mild winter and
while there was but littlo alfalfa
raised In the county at that time,
feed was plentiful and stock wero in
"The McKay creek bottom was
covered with rye grass, high enough,
to hide tho hundreds of heads of
cattle that ranged thero during tho
winter, without hay.
"Tho snow that camo In March
and covered up tho grass on tho
foothills and mountains and stock In
thoso districts suffered terribly.
Many calvos, colts and poor stock
died, while laraba woro slaughtered
by tho wholesale.
"Over In Grand Hondo valley
thousands of head of snoop froze to
death and suffocated by piling up In
boaps to koop worm. Hoy sold over
Residence and offlce, Dospaln blo')(
Phono Ilcd 1581.
Our specialty Painless Filling and
Not an ordinary article, but
something extraordinary is
For modlcinal use as well as
for salads and table use.
This Is the highest quality
and purest oil made.
Sold exclusively In Tcndleton
Despaia & Clark
All porsons knowing
thcnisulvcs to bo In
dobtod to mo will call
and sottlo their ac
counts an I need the
Good, olght-rooinod Iioubo In np!on
did condition. KIbIU lots, Eooi barn
and orchard. Oood fonco and now
nldowulk Water piped nil over
houso and Kiirdon. Good woll. Vory
doslrnble properly. Apply to OUB
AFONTAINU, at Fronch Restaur
ant, Kvery stamp requirement supplied.
Lot us fill your
hin with ....
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Kecognized as the best
and most u onomical fuel.
We are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply. We de
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.
OLD NUWBl'AI'EItS TO PUT UNDKB
carpets, on suclrca, walls or for wrai-
plug purposes. Old newspaper? In larKO
bundlea ot 100 each at 23 cents a biiDdle
at th KA8T OltUUONUN office, l'endle-