East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 06, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    "B -ur PAGES. DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1904. PAGE THREE. li
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V I V f A V?$&A Cllll t TEAM IS PRACTICING. t ,ff
Rcli&bic M6rchiiidis6 j SHr?!s i i A
fl X Material to Choose From Person- 1ml B.W'W I jl
At Money-Saving Prices-The Big Sale at Alexander's X nel ' R,vals ,n the D,fferent IJLIvC :
BB j. Branches of Athletics. r K
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Til read read read l.'sii'trr j ft Piihlir ! 1
lIKI 36-lnch Dixie L. L. Muslin 20 yards for $1.00 the c0n,lns In.orscholastic contests at ; M I1IAV ; f
ACjVbY: 36-Inch Lonsdale Bleached Muslin 12 yards for $1.00 T Baker City. .9
91 36-lnch Fruit of Loom Bleached Muslin 12 yards for $1.00 T A ,cnm "t e's1"1 mn will be taken I fl i
45-Inch Andros Gongln Pillow Tubing 14c yard T t0 Wnlla Walla one week from today i j
"Hti.fl 45-lnch AUrDr,a Pllrc.C"!i9 12c yard I compote with tne Wnlla Wnlla 2 1
-l!'fl 9-4 Aurora Bleached Sheeting 22c yard $ 8C'nool , T . . 1
ftufj A. F. C. Dress Ginghams 62c yard X try-out to tlx the team. There la IB
S Jeo'Vu'o aM WE HANLE E LYMP'A E BEER F UN0' I
HOir RADPAIMC t Wnlla trip, anil the contests that were! PUTED MERIT. IT IS CONCEDED TO BE THE FINEST PRODUCT J 9
I PJ onwn, DKWIFO J hold last night and thoso which will J TURNED OUT FROM ANY BREWERY. 1 3
mm All $1.50 Ladles' Shoes at S1 15 oalr T 1)0 ,u,'(1 tnls ovcnlng and tomorrow, I
All $2-00 Ladles' Shoes at ! . . . " . . . . . . . . Vi.ll pair were and are characterized by dJ IT IS THE ONLY BEER THAT IS SUITED FOR HOUSEHOLD . II
H All $2.50 Ladies' Shoes at : $1.82 pair $ termination to win. J AND FAMLY USE, BECAUSE IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. I II
H All $3.00 Ladles Shoes at $2.25 Dair A T1"' Rchtml ,llls 'LIlr "na n goodly B 1
J P X number of promising applicants for J IT IS RELISHED BY ALL, AND IS A GIVER OF HEALTH AND J HI
H worHniTl STRENGTH, AND AS A SUMMER BEVERAGE, HAS NO EQUAL. ; 11
H . " J possible shape. From now on the WE HANDLE THE OLYMPIA BEER IN PINTS, QUARTS AND I II
Alexander Department Store E'i?Hr;3fi'Sl r,TorOEe ,N .
& X week each man will bo put In that J SALOONS. ALWAYS CALL FOR OLYMPIA BEER. ACCEPT NO J I
IEE0 I THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES adapled.r aml"wll!,e,put 'throufilra SUBSTITUTE, THERE IS NO BEER JUST AS GOOD. ; I
RIC-SJ X course of training to develop all there! i I I
LEAN lM,t.H-W"M"H' Is ' "'m fr the big meet the last til
BJ of this month. J J 1 1
pMr- It is not yet possible to tell who I I
BJ, -- " -- ---. m wln be Rent , 'nll,i Wnlla next J 1 I
J week, from the list of those who have I I
Be been tralnliiR for the different events J I 1
Slilt SklAVI f lns n" of lncm wl" 1,1 a" Probability . I I
MB I represent the school when It goes to JfA VA. A B H
t the flold day the Inst of the. month. J ImJ HI
. Bt jm M am mat mmmm Am f The men entered and training for tho nift I 1 111 Br M fll
' b IV W m M ZA. 1 different events are as follows: I 1 Wl ItfV I I
eil tB TM fl mm g 1 y Mr &Wt 1 One hundred yard dash Will Wy- El
MondHiB MJfM. m VJa mJ m WW 111 V.n IVCl j rick, Fred Hartman, C. Uollcrman. Telephone Main 88 1 I 19
mkW m fm r fjWkft Mmfm I Two hundred and twenty yard dash i v I II
B C. Dollerman, Fred Hartman, Will IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC SAU8AGES, WURSTS AND J M B
0 MdSH pour' hundred and forty yard run CHEESE8 FOR LUNCHES. l
I To Resume the Practice of bs. ss 'irr-.fnrS; ! 1 1
fv , , , I Clifford Turner, Frank I'letco. ? J M BaJ
I JPnflQl tV 1FI KP1CllPl ATI E1ht undred and eighty yard run i BB
A-rCllLlOlI 111 r V11I11.V11 j j Leezer, Frank Tierce, James; 2 1 fl
1, MM t One mile relay To be run by four I hTJ
I men, each taking 440 yards It. Lee- s 9 UW
v. HI zer, Frank Pierce, Fred Hartman, ffl mml
I James Reeves, Clifford Turner, Dave i m Wmt
ik I DR- C- J- WH.TAKER, THE RELIABLE DENTIST, WHOSE 'WORK roSred'a'na" twenty yard hur- H
IN THE PAST BUILT HIM SUCH A LARGE PRACTICE, HAS CON- I die James Ileeves, So Williams, ? MJ
IWBB CLUDED TO OPEN BUSINESS IN HIS OLD FIELD AND WILL BE James Harvey, Clifford Turner. a MM
KWilBI ' 2 One hundred and twenty yard hur- . ?J HBl
j FOUND IN THE OLD OFFICE, CORNER OF MAIN AND COURT !STS. I die Se Williams, James neoves, BBiK il Bil
M i James Harvey, Orvlllo Reoves. Lj5ln tfH
IihtI I Hfih jumji Loster Cronln, Ora ll. .... H fnln
1 TiuB j Jay, C. Uollerman. "Electricity will cure lff?Wm "Bloctrlclty will b U fflMLl
rtiinH t Uroad jump James Hooves, C. more dlsonscs than all d'vMP) "'i' nolo remedy for F (-.
f Dollerman, Orvllle nceves, Lester Jthcr meanB combined." ItvMW future." M. D. it, NMBJ
1 u MM 1 I Cronln. Dr. Dartholow Wt'9Ml Arsonvnl, the groat fl VkMmW
-I'-flJ I shot put Georgo Strnnd, Lester leading professor of FtWjB "U'dleal doctor or Paris. i? MB
1 Cronln, Lester Means. Philadelphia, Pa. lllS Frnneu. i ;10fl
Office Open for Business May 5 n&.
MM I Orvllle nceves, Lester Cronln and JSSjfSal IBBl
Ifl i DECLINES NOMINATION. HELP FOR THE SICK ) MM
Ifl ' ' ..-.--.-.-- . . . ,.. 1 1. T. Mayfield Cannot Accept Offer of THE MARVEL0U3 SECRET OF LIFE AT LAST DISCOVERED. ! mLm
9 ' j Baker County Democrats. THE MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. THE LATEST f.j ftOOflJ
-w-- Tho democratic nominee for slier- SYSTEM OF APPLYING Mfl
ll A Tf-D in of Baker county, i. t Mayfleid, Oxygen and Electricity for Curing Diseases r I
yVl I bSlrmlirof th?coCrcSl'ral,,c0tm! DRUGS, MEDICINE OR DOCTOR; YOU TREAT YOURSELF. j JI fl
Mmm' Tl f T 1 FfclTiT I fl muleTrJ in i T irtla ?t the ache of perfect home treatment, thousands are 'I Mm
Wmm If! I ll UP I I V 2 , ;"ee aml U WI" 1,0 aUC(1 """" " QUICKLY CURED OF EVERY KNOWN DISEASE, FROM WHOM ij 1 M
Hl fl I VI ll 1 I I ' TAMl4I For the past 17 years Mr. Mayfleid HAVE LETTERS THAT CAN BE SEEN AT MY OFFICE. J MM
MWt 4 1 T A ML 1 1 J I pk h" been in tho employ r the O. IL Are You sick? Do you want Io.kU well? I an hIiow you the way. 1 :lAjfl
ig. rauway a8 engineer, and lit a it s the way that I have proven HUci'CKHfuI In iIioiihuikIh of ciivuit. I Lj f;'QB9
.MMt j fy rV- f rT X1 T fTWS 1 short tlmo, under tho rule of tho com- 7mvu on fllo letterH from siitlHlled patients who have proven the value oi M i SmMB
Mml 1 flfl H Wf H nr VVi IkK AVe ,""Kc a SKi'laUy of IJu"iIdb pany, ho will como In for a pension. n,y treatment by actual trial. If you could lend a fi-w of lhei. letter. tl rUMHB
li'B M.11V1 mJLj YT IV I YT VfllV Hoiitd or Squaro His present salary Is larger than telling of miraculous cures after years of HiinYrlnK. I would need no fin- I'i'jSKBj
...B J I he could hope to receive from the ther argument to convince you of my ability I have pawed the expert I rijSBH
J . rnr - m a JLTtTr b'"-'1'""8 "1cu If elected, and to leave mentul stage. I know what I can do. No mnitt-r ulml your illkeane, I can i'l llfiBBl
1 HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST- J W A 1 JLtK. 1 A IN K.O ,ho road w(,ul,, nlea" tho a-anilori- euro you. HpfJHI
CLASS WORKMEN- At ;n makf sfwpr CONNECTIONS ES- ment or a sure position never to be i have cured several oases In I'emlleton alter all other known reme MrMWmma
H' TiMA-r- uurnii wi . Alho Heu'ler Beds all sizes and regained, for an uncertainty. dies had fui.ed. Cull and get their 'uain.'H and Interview them. My nyiu-in JlMl
h iiiviates FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED. I , , . ... . ,., ,.,,,, nni, ,h I He Is now the seventh oldest man and tho Oxygen and Rloctrlo ilulteims that I use nio illlforeut fiom all JfiSflWi
g9 KlmlH m8K " 111 l,hUl U,1U lnpy In the engine department on tho others. I have furnished thousands with my llnttmlim that lmfe cured PiWlH
nR J I nlwajw glv naiislni tlon Our work mountain division In point of sorvlco, themselves. Tltcso Batteries uro tho only oiikh patenlod anil ro not ohl fl''1''Maff
LAVJ t rr rr a ttT -rv Is new nMchn-d or botched, and Is now eligible to a passenger through dealers. I have the only CU cell Hleilrle Body Belt maile; the ilrffsSi
WLyM I I A V' I I I 1 engine, although he has declined to !ily ono guaranteed and kept In order free of chniKO. I will treat you r?' j r MiM
BJ J. VJ J XJL JL JLjJ m- n ji i Dl m Ml rP,ve '',s nell'or run at Pleasant 0r furnish you a Battery and loach you how to Heal yourself miwo tL I'l SU
jBB rendletOtl rlaning rilll IVulley, for & passenger run. fully, call and seu me. or address, .Mederuai li lllock, 027 .Main Street m .i !
mm "THE HAtinuui nr ... ... ., . j i , v a His salary amounts to $135 per Advlco FREK. Pendleton, Oregon. ;.VWM
H HARDWARE MAN." 741 MAIN ST. gn(J Lumber Yard h"BeS "ouMo'crew Pn0F F" F' 8HADDUCt' ELECTRO.THERAPEUTI6T. IW'B
fl MMMmmnitt a Webb and college. Ho Is an enthusiastic horseman EXCURSION RATES TO ST. LOUIS flood for Hlopovnr at any ixln il!wSB
f M Kl A 0 m m JW BB i nnd owns a flno farm at Pleasant Val- wltliln the limits. s ift; !' rife8Sl
mm Bb UAINIIWll MB B9 k " Uy. whero his family Uvea. Ho came The Waehlngton & Columbia River Kor full lutoriiiutlou ruMOKlInt- v"JSBB
MM h BWflB5r ,M,MW 9" fl 999 F - m to the O. It. & N. In 1887 from tho n,iiwa ronton, aide trip, etc.. call on or ad
I fete I "ttl"l 1 mTh km I c, B. & Q, road, Nebraska, being ono Railway. ,r(!(j, WAKTKK ADAMS, AOT.. 99
u'cwltS.BSIMfe. 17 B m IK lor a party of seven engineers from For the World's Fair at HI Umlf 8. I!. t.'AI.DI'.iiUMAI), I'enillHlon. ''..'tot SBSmM
Mm iIuia B9999IBk I II mmm l,hu to '"'fin work for t,'f) ' t,1J follr,wI"K rates are announced: (jemual I'aittiviiKer Agent, On isfe 'i j jMUV
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km Pi kT 1 ,MUI-i "SiitXT Uli If Let us Jill our New York. May 0. The executive To Chlcugo, going vll St. Paul uii-ah rp.vrv.-w. ml'MiaH
LEAR hAVA WAflfltiS5ii M bmWth committee of the National Civic Fed- or Hillings, returning any dl- SAn.VTft rS 'J" M S
"nVHIlni 99K935?H -11 m. maki oration began Its annual meeting to- red route 65.00 & Co., iiolnu- ijnatmiM In tlm city of To- SBKNiMBmI
H A STANnmn mMmmtiwiiW9m 'iv finni vUDIuP nilAI W t the federation's hoadnuarterB To St. UjuIh, returning from ivf;. i'?n T. H W 1 " J,f."'w,?,V':va.?'l,.y.l&t iBWaKwAI
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H GFTIT n , TRIUMPH, KTB VMN &CQ.7NK and most economical fuel. lcnt of the Civic Federation. Fran- To St. I.uls, returning Ma Chi- Swuril , taf0w "l, Li .nUcrttiSi'in IMSfl
BB M H.UOnt accpnr a ciihetlni 1 L MftKFnc w nr nrermed to con- (els L. Hobbles, president of tho Pitts- cago, or m- iiruww e. thin nth ,iay of IHrcmbr, F;fM9JB
accept a Substitute. II MAKERS. W e are p repar eoio con Company. Is prominently To Chicago, returning via St. (LLi ? vu-nr.nunu llil'tliffl
SS:s- . ' tract with you for your mentioned for tho honor. Louis... , 63.00 ""'" A- "Mlf iffl
H A fTTADAMTccn DnniT Winter's supply. We de- Children of hnlf-faro age, half the Main, c.tunh Cro U Ukcny Interualy f''j;
Mm That'. . i. VUAKAIN LC.C.U KUUr liver coal or wood to any Notice to Woodmen. above rates. '! uU illiictly mi th blood and mu i li juraH
Mm '"ong tlm e0Wnd t0 "avo. Something that won't glvo out just at tho part of the city. Pendleton Camp No, 41, Woodmen Tickets will ho on iale May 11, 12 i'," in" Vuii5f reS Q "1'Hlrn- Sencl ,0- OBBbI
BB ,N will mi .omothlDe that will stand hard usage. ELATERITE ROOF- r of tho World, will hold a bjcIoI e- and 13; June 10, 17 and 18; July 1, i j. ciiiiNnv . ra, Toledo, o. 9HB999I
mm to do wh. Iy H'oao ronulroraonts and many mora U Is gjtarantood . n slon 0n Saturday night, May 7, to 2 and 3; August 8. 9 add 10; Soptem- Hold ls Druwlut, pvlff 7fic BBBWji
H Mfs, and i. 8 -clalm 'r U. It has boon on tho marltot for over twelve 1 rry-3 KfAO which all Woodmen and their wives ber 6, 6 and 7; October 3. 1 and 6. ""'I '""'"y caslpa- HBBB
H 8tllw goods weir0d Btrlct'y n Its own merits, not on tho domorlts of , L.&dilL 191 JJ aro especially Invited. Refresh- Good going ten days from dnto of , ,ilMWWiBJB
mm ThePlni . ' or Prices and Information. raents will bo served during tho eve sole, returning, 00 dayn from date of The- most rurofnl hen can't' fl.J f!l
Roofing Co., 10 WorCCSler Block, Portland, Oregon Main Street Near Depot nlng, sale. things whMe she lays them- ji