East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 17, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1904.
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ALEXANDER'S
HEAT BARGAIN SALE
' EXTRAORDINARY PRICES
IlNG.
Sheets
FOR FIRST-CLASS, UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE AT A BIG
Pillow Casing
10-4 blenched, hemstitched Sheets,
very good quality, regular prlco 75c,
bargain snlo price 59c.
Dress Goods
25 pieces new fancy mixtures, new
colorings, regulnr 75c grade, bargain
sale prlco BOc yard.
Ladies' Shirt. Waists
The entire lino of lawn nnd silk
ready-to-wear Shirt Waists, all tho
latest styles, bargain sale price, extra
discount 15 per cent.
Embroideries
Our entlro lino of Swiss and Nain
sook Embroidery, regular 12&c and
15c, bargain snlo prlco 62c yard.
45-ln bleached Pillow Casing, extra
good quality, regular value 20c, bar
gain sale prlco, 12c yard.
Handkerchiefs
Ladles' fine linen center nnd very
fancy borders, a beautiful assort
ment, regular value 35c, bargain sale
pi Icq 19c.
Summer Dress Goods
Our entlro lino of wash fabrics, all
the new weaves and colorings, one nf
tho llnost lines In tho city, at bargain
salo prices, 10 per cent discount.
Shoes
Every $.1.00 grado of ladles' Shoes,
In all styles and qualities, all sizes
and widths, bargain sale price, $2.25
pair.
lexander Department Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
NEWS
OF
ATHENA
NEW .FROOME BRICK IS
NEARLY COMPLETED,
Case of Pneumonia and Bronchitis
Going to Alberta to Invest Baled
Timothy From Weston Mountain
Pioneer Picnic June 2 Work Pro
gressing on the New Electric Sys
tem Sale of Fat Cowe New Man
agers Helix Hotel.
YOUTHFUL HORSE THIEF.
4..fc4-.4.1..I..I..l"m"I"t"l..H..I-4-HI-
flcity will cure fcilS
leases than all CjjW
ins combined." Pjj;i
l&Ttholow Wmf
I professor of Kj
"Electricity will be
tho solo remedy for
tho future." M. D.
Arsonval, the great
medical doctor of Paris,
Franco.
HELP FOR THE SICK
MARVELOUS SECRET OF LIFE AT LAST DISCOVERED.
DST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. THE LATEST
OF APPLYING
Oxygen and Electricity forCurmg.Diseases
10RUGS, MEDICINE OR DOCTOR; YOU TREAT YOURSELF.
BME OF PERFECT HOME TREATMENT. THOUSANDS ARE
IY CURED OF EVERY KNOWN DISEASE. FROM WHOM I
Letters that can be seen at my office.
IYou sick? Do you want to. cot well? I can show you tho way.
I way that I havo nroven successful In thousands of cases. I
file letters from satisfied patients who havo proven tho value of
Kment by actual trial. If you could read a few of those letters,
If miraculous cures after years of suffering, I would need no fur-
wneiu to convlnco you of my ability. I havo passed tne oxpen-
It-age. I know what I can do. No matter what your disease, I can
Ive cured soveral cases In Pondloton after all other known remo-
I faned. Call and got their names and Interview thorn. My system
! Oxygen and Electric fluttorlos that I uso are different from all
1 1 havo furnished tnousands with my Batteries that have cured
tes. These Batteries are tho only onos patented and are not sold
dealers. I have tho onlv fiO.coll Electric Body Belt made; the
guaranteed and iim,t in nninr frnn of rhnmo. I will treat you
fch you a Battorv nmi tonnh vnn hnu- iii treat yourself success-
Call and see me. or nddross. Modornach Block. 027 Main Street.
Ike FREE. Pendleton. Oregon.
PROF. F. F. SHADDUCK, ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIST.
THE BEST IN BEER IS
THE CELEBRATED
1 ' fecognlzed as tho hliihest erode beer mado.
p'e have secured the salo of Pabst boer In Pendleton and all
I customers will bo served with it when thoy call at our place."
fVe handle only tho Pniist i.mp nnd hnvn It on draught and
tied.
'HE STATE SALOON
J. E. Russell & Co., Props.
California Republicans.
Sacramento, Cal.. May 10. As a
prelude to the republican state con
ventlon to bo held next Wednesday
tho members of the California State
League of Republican Clubs assem
bled In biennial session today. The
meeting was formally called to order
this afternoon by Lieutenant Gover
nor Alden Anderson, who is president
of the league. Interest In the meet
ing centers chiefly In the speeches to
be delivered by Governor Pardee
and other prominent party leaders.
TO CURE ANY DISEASE.
Same
The CnuNe Munt lie Ilrninird,
Way With Ilnndruff.
Kill the germ that -causes dandruff,
falling hair nnd baldness, you will have
no more dandruff, and your hair must
grow luxuriantly. Ncwbro's Herbicide
not only contains the dandruff germ
tlostroycr, but It Is also a most delight
ful hair dressing for regular toilet use,
No other hair preparation Is on this
scientific basis of destoylng the dandruff
germs. It stops all Irritation, keeps tin
scalp sweet, pure and wholesome, lie
member that something (claimed to lo
"Just ns good," will not do the work of
genuine Hcrplclde. Sold by lead'nu
druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for earn-
plo to Tho Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent. ,
Athena. May 10. J. E.
new brick Is almost completed
has six large rooms upstairs, which
Is annexed to tho St. Nicholas hotel.
Tho lower part will bo used by
Thompson &. Worthlngton as n gro
cery store. This Is tho first business
house In this city that has been wired
for electrlcty.
Mrs. William Piper and daughter
are In Wnlln Walla visiting relatives.
Mrs. Minnie Do-Peat of this city, Is
sick. She has an attack of pneu
monia nnd bronchitis. She Is some
better today.
Thomas Purdy of Portland, Is
Bpendlng this week hero, visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mis. Samuel Purdy.
Alex McIntVre of Weston, and
Peter Mclntyre of this place, left for
Alberta, where they expect to pur
chase some property.
N. A. Miller, In connection with
his new furniture store, will con
struct a cement cellar.
Maurice Hill, Immediately after
school Is out, will visit his brother,
Mr. Illdcr, at Elgin.
Mrs. Jack Garrett has been sick
at her home for a fow days.
S. C. Kllgore sold a beef cow In
Pendleton for $-10, and 11. P. Ogle
criM iinn nf bin fat mw nti his wnv
through Pendleton, for $31.
Mr. and Mrs. Navin went to Helix
a fow days ago to take charge of the
Helix hotel.
John Cratin, who spent tho winter
In California, has returned, nnd ac
companied by his son, Joseph, loft
for Alberta this morning. They nre
going In search of a location.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Booher mado
a trip to Walla Walla today.
Hay $18.50 Per Ton.
W. P. Leach of Weston Mountain,
brought In a load of baled timothy
hay Thursday, selling It to a local
buyer at $18.50 per ton. It Is almost
lmK)sslble to get hay at any price
here at present.
Pioneer Picnic June 2.
Tho annual address at the Pioneer
picnic at Woston will bo delivered
by Hon. George C Browne!!, Thurs
day, June 2. Tlio program Is almost I
comDletod. and u larco crowd Is ex
pected to be present. A good, old
fashioned picnic will be enjoyed.
Work on the Electric System.
Engineer Badger, with n crew of
workmen, omployed by the Oregon
& Washington Power Company, havo
located pole lines for the wires
through Milton, Weston, Athena,
Adams and to Pendleton. Tho con
struction Is going on as rapidly as
possible. Thero are two crows at
work now. One Is building a con
crete dum. the other Is excavating
and grading u slx-uille Hume. A road
will bo constructed by the county nnd
company for the benefit of tho far
mers nnd the company at tho cost of
$3,000.
Baker City Boy ,of 10 Has Stolen
Three and Skipped.
Willie Smith, youthful robber of
the Salvation Army barracks to tho
tune of nbout $350, and who wns
turned out of Jail because he was
too young to send to the reform
school. Is subject to npprehenslon
ngaln, says tho Baker City Herald.
Ho only stole threo horses this
time. Up to n Into hour horse own
ers were scouring the country for
,tho child horse thief, but no trace of
.him had been found. Deputy Pros-
- .,-..!...- 1 1 . ..-!.. .. 1 . . .
VLIUIII JlKUIlll-J IWIIlll'U S HIS"
looking for him, Tho stem-faced
prosecuting attorney had tho boy un
der his survolllnnce under a fad of
Kroome's . nts ,nnt nny "d of "Ulmal or human
wnnn i imiv wnq rnurm rot .hnm . Miiir.. ivt!iiiif. iiiiiiuiu
od with nearly" $3go of tho salvation j curcdof kidney troublcbyLydiaE.
Army's money In h s possess on. tho n. ... V.M r.LL...i
deputy prosecutor tnougnt it wns
pretty tough. When It developed
that tho boy was under 10 years of
ago he did' not know what to do with
him.
Ho was under the prescribed years
for the reform school, ho wns too
young to send to tho pen lo mingle,
with tho hardened criminals and tho
1
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Of nil the diseases known with which
the female organism Is nftllctrtl, kidney
disease Is tho most fatal. In fnct, un
less prompt and correct treatment Is np
pllcd, tho weary patient scldomsurvlves.
BchiK fully nwaro of this, Mrs. l'lnk
hum. enrlv 111 her enroer. iravo careful
study to tho subleot, nnd In producing?
Fancy Clover Leaf
Creamery
Butter
55c pet Roll
at Our Store
Despain & Clark
WAT
TANK
Wo
niuke a Specialty of
Hound or Squaro
Building
km.
mining n ur
K2w
sirr
1 v v.,
MAKERS.
man by carrier, only 15 cent a week.
WATER TANKS
Also Header Beds all sizes and
kinds. Wo make them right and they
always glvo satisfaction. Our work
Is novor slighted or botched.
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
deputy prosecuting attorney
state had him brought to his ollleo
for oxnmlnatlou. The boy shed tears
and looked Innocent enough. Mr.
WInfreo molted.
But Inst evening's story told the
talo. Tho boy lind stolen three
horsos within 24 hours at that time.
How many lie has stolen since has
not been roxrted.
ihhi tho i lor (jr,;,, remcilv for womnn's Ills
for tho r.yaiu 13. lMiiklmin'H Vt'trotublo
SHEARED 7,000 SHEEP.
Compound mado sure that It con
tained the correct eombltiutlon of
herbs whloh wns certain to control
that drondod disease, woman's kidney
troubles.
Hond What Mrs. Wolssllts! Snys.
"Dkaii Miw. Plnkhaii : for two
years my llfo was simply u burden, I
suffered so with female troubles, and
pains across my back and loins. Tho
doctor told mo that I had kidney
troubles nnd prescribed for me. Tor
threo months I took his medicine, but
jrrow steadily worse. Mvhusband then
advised mn to trv l,y)lte IS. lMtllt
Imiii's Vegetable, Com pound, nnd
brought homo a bottln. It Is tho great
est blessing ever brought to our home.
Within threo months 1 wns n changed
woman. My pain had disappeared, my
complexion U'camo clear, my eyes
Ten Thousand More Be Handled at
Steen Corrals, Near Lewlston.
W. II. McCnll arrived In tho city
yesterday from the Steen shenrlng
sheds, where he had been omployed
for some time, says the l.owlston
Tribun. Mr. McCnll reports that
alKHit 7000 sheen hnvn now been . complexlc
sheared at tho Steen liens nnd nbout lrltht. and my enMro M-stem In good
10,000 will remain to be sheared snapo.' mhs. rAtri.A kishutz, i.o
This will represent the clip of the, g!
upper country and will bo completed h privet.
In nbout two weeks, Tho sheep are
averaging well, giving n clip of 10 1
pounds to the sheep.
Tho range Is now In good condition
and spring lambs aro In flnn shape
Tho wool from tho Steen liens will
probably bo brought to tho city by
the steamer Mountain Gem.
Tho first wool salo of tho season
was reported yesterday when Mr. E.
H. Clarke, representing tho ICosh
land company, of Boston, bought 40,
000 pounds from Mr. Walker, tho
well known Pntaha sheepman, Tho
prico has not been mado public. Tho
wool purchased Is at tho Alpowal
landing. Quotations on wool nt
Lowlston range from 11 to 13 cents,
BAD
BREATH
World's Fair Rates.
Tho O, H. & N. Company announces
the following low rates:
From Pendleton to St. Louis and
return, $b0.00.
From Pendleton to Chlrago ami re
turn, $05.00.
To Chlcngo, returning through St.
Louis (no coupon between Chicago
and St. Louis) or vico versa, 102.50.
To Chicago, returning via Ht. Iiuls
or vice versa, $lii;.25.
Tickets on bale May 13. June 1G. 17,
18, July 1, 2, 3, August 8, 9, 10, Sop-
tomber 5, C, 7, October 3, 4, 5.
Tickets good going within 10 duys
from date of salo; final return limit
00 days from date of snlo.
Stopovers allowed In either direc
tion within the transit limit. For
further Information call on or ad
dress E. C. SMITH, Agent.
Quick Arrest.
J. A. Gulledgc, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twlco In tho hospital from n se
vere case of plies causing 24 tumores.
After doctors anil nil remedies fail
ed, Bueklen's Arnica Salvo quickly
arrested further Inflammation nnd
cured him. It conquers aches and
kills pain. 25c at Tnllman ft Co.,
druggists.
L'Mrrr u ami flr uilnif them 1 rn wllllni y nt
chearfullr ir tlml Iher Titb cnlltrly curtJro. I
lhre tote lei roll know ttiel I shell rernmmeDa
inem meny nna euirrrinK irom turn irouDii."
L'bli. II. Il.lpuu, in ItlTluitun St., New tuik.K.T.
Seat for
Yl rx i
Sacrlllco
House.
salo nt tho Owl Tea
STATU OF OHIO. CITY OF TOI.FDO,
I.UCAS C'ONTV. sh.
Frank J. t'licnor makes oath tliat lie l
M-ulor partner of the firm of F. J. Cliene
a (.., uoing iiumiiww lu tin- ciijr or to
IihIo, Countr anil State ufon-nnld. nmi Hint
Mild linn will nav the mini of ONI; HUN
Dltr.li DOLI.AIIK for cacti anil every mwj
or ( alarrli that cannot be cured I! tne
iim; of Hall s Catarrh Cure,
PHANK J. fHIISN I V
Kworu to before me and ituUicril,! la
my prcnence, tlil Olh day of Peceuitwr,
A. l.plSO.
(Heal.) A. W. OI.KABON.
Notary J'uhflc.
Ilall'i Catnrfli Cure la taken Internal,
nmi acta directly on the blood and mu
cous surface of the system. St ail for
trallmonlaU free.
I . J. (.'IlKKUr A CO.. Toledo, O,
Sold bv I)ruiu.'lt. lirlrp 75c.
Take HaH'8 Family 1'IIU for cooitlpa-
tlon.
In order to accommodate fishing
parties the O. It. & N. Co. will, until
close of season, havo train No. 2,
leaving here at 5:45 p. m., stop at
North Fork on Saturday evenings,
and train No. 1, duo In Pendleton at
tt a in., stop at some place Monday
morning. TIiIb arrangement will bo
lu effect Saturday, May 14.
13. C. SMITH, Agent.
J. L. VAUGHN
Electrician
Prompt attention given nnd all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies of all klndi
0FF1CK-12I WEST COURT ST.
(Tribune Building)
Attention Sheepmen.
Itango to lease and can locato
some good range, and water. Address
box 41, La Grande, Or.
The O. It, & N. Co. announce a
ratu of $1.'J0 for round trip for tho
; spring meet of the Walla Walla Fair
J Association, held nt Walla Walla,
May 26-28. TlckctB on sale May Zt
J ' and good returning until May 29. B.
, C Smith, Agent.
Zark Is in town.
SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
ONLY PLACE
TON TO
IN PENDLE
QET IT.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS
ALL KINDS.
OF
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
The French j
Restaurant I
CAN0V CATHAjmC
PltMint. I'tUUt, Potent, Tl Good, po Good,
nTerDionn, vakn nriirip. me. Wf.Mcf, ,
oM Id tul It Tim vennlna iblet Umptd
uuiuiDiifu u tun ur your uiuiiof uhcb
Steilloc Remedy Co., Chtcico or N.Y, 596
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION I0XES
, Never
ouu.
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and nloht. Dllllards,
Pool, Shootlnrj Gallery, Dowl
Ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEDO 8TREET8.
Under W. & C. R. Depot.
The Colombia
Lodging House
Well ventilated, neat and com
fnrtnhlo itioms, cood hods. Uiir
In connection, whore
jjooiIh ii ro served.
Main street, center of
hetweeu Altn and
stroots.
host
block,
Wohh
F. X. SCHEMPP
Proprietor
Best 25 Cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlors,
Elegant Furnished Rooms
Connection.
In
0US LaFONTAINE, Prep.
G33 Main Street,
sis sues
THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this In mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for tho International
Poultry and Stock Food. Uso
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer.
If you aro Interested In Oil
Painting, see us. Our lino Is
complete
AUADKMY HOAltDH
STItKTCHUHS
IIUU8IIKS
ARTISTS' BAl'I.KS
III.HNDKHS
SKY IJHUHIIES
PI.AQUUS
TUDB COLOHS
We mako a specialty of
framliiK PIOTUIIKS. Newest
stock of frames.
a a sharp
Opora Houso Block-
Dally East Oreconlan, by carrfcr,
only 15 cents per week.
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