East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 02, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 2. 1904. PAGE THREE.
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BARGAINS
At the Alexander Department Store
Extra Fourth of July bargains.
Extra special ribbon bargains:
No. 5 Taffota Ribbons, all silk 6c d
No. 7 Tafteta Ribbons, all silk , 8c yard
No. 9 Tafteta Illbbons, all silk ..10c yard
No. 12 Taffeta Ribbons, all silk 12c yard
No. 1C Taffeta Ribbons, all silk 14c d
No. 22 Taffeta Ribbons, all silk !.!!!!! 15c yard
No. 30 Taffeta Ribbons, all silk i8c yard
No. 40 Taffota Ribbons, all silk 20c yard
No. 50 Taffeta Ribbons, all silk 22c yard
No. CO Taffeta Ribbons, all silk 25c yard
15 per cent reduction on ladles' parasols.
20 per cent reduction on ladles' shirt waists.
15 per cent reduction on muslin underwear.
IE per cent reduction on summer underwear.
Buy your shoes and Oxfords on Friday and Saturday and save from 50c
to $1.00 on every pair.
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THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
DAUGHTER WAS BORN TO H. N. WALLER WILL
G. THOMPSON AND WIFE. RETURN TO KANSAS.
Visitor From Salem Miss Nettle Can
non Files on Government Land-
Death of a Pioneer, Aged 77 Pro
gram for Hard Time Social at
Christian Church Good Horse Bad
ly Hurt on a Snag Heavy Frost In
the Mountains.
WARE. A FULL LINt U- "LUMU NU lOULS AT HE
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man-l lioinpson Hardware to.
643 MAIN STREET.
Wt FUHNIon
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ESTIMATE8 ON PLUMBING AND SOLICIT
COMING EVENTS.
Eastern Oregon Medial Asociallon,
Hot Lake, July 7.
National Guard Encampment,
Washington, Idaho and Oregon,
American Lake, Idaho, July 7-21.
August 22-27 American Mining
Congress. Portland.
National Irrigation Association,
Paso, Texas, November 15-1S.
El
Distilled
Water
PURER THAN ANY SPRING.
FROM
PURE CRYSTAL ICE.
- i. ueoicu in sicam, conaensea, rc-oonco, cooicu mu
Into Ice.
-,.ME price ai xne same lime.
ICE AND WATER.
Pendleton
and Cold' Storage Co.
Two Letters From Dealers Who Have
Handled Large Lets of "Trib."
Spokane, Wash., Feb. 14, 1904. In
answer to yours of the 7th, will say:
We believe our success with "Trib"
is due to the merits of the goods.
Krum & Draley.
Baker City, Ore., Feb, 9, 1904. Are
handling "Trib" successfully. It Is a
seller and gives our customers the re
sults they are looking for. They are
satisfied
GRACE & BODINSON.
For sale by Tallman & Co.
Telephone Main 1781
It Is hard to teach an old dog;
For one he told the truth
Give the pup a trial,
For the old do Is out of style.
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Th new Laundry an Cottonweed Street.
. TUU DT T Tnif km 1?
tte work and you be Batl8fled HlB work i, always
u '-'"cuMir.
" wun inn on nlumMntr.
the Reliable Pltmfee
Cort Street, opposite Hotel Bickers.
In order to accommodate fishing
parties the O. R. & N. Co. will, until
close of season, have train No. 2,
leaving here at 5:45 p. m., stop at
North Fork on Saturday evenings,
and train No. 1, due In Pendleton at
9 a. m stop at some place Monday
morning. This arrangement will be
In effect Saturday, May 14.
E. C. SMITH. Agent.
Athena. June 29. .Mrs. Hales of Sa
lem, Is In the city looking after busi
ness concerning the salo of her prop
erty hero, and visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Heck are visiting
here. They will soon leave for their
t-ranklln county homestead.
Miss Maud Qholson has returned
home after an extended visit with
friends at Wnlla Walla.
Mrs. Mark Johns, nccompanicd by
her son. Melvln, left yesterday for
alla Walla, where they will attend
the wedding of her cousin. Miss Eva
Switzlcr.
Mrs. DePontt is enjoying a visit
rrom her brother, Mr. Booth of Port
land.
Horn to .Mr. and Mrs. (icorco
lliompson Juno 24, n bouncing baby
gin.
Miss Klslo Itosonzwotg and Miss
Nettle Cannon and Oeorge Rosen-
zwolg returned Monday from FrauUIln
county Miss Cannon tiled on a home
stead while she was there.
A good horse belonging to 11. F
Ogle ran Into a snag In the pasture.
and was badly gashed. The wound Is
eight Inches long and Is In the breast
and under the right foreleg. It Is
quite likely to prove fatal.
Miss Howies of Walla Walla. Is vis.
Itlng her sister, Mrs. Fay LetJrow,
this week.
Al Hoohcr. from the mountains, re-
ports a heavy frost destroyed his
strawberries" and garden last Thurs
day. Inflicting a heavy loss upon him.
Death of a Pioneer.
"Uncle" Alfred Watts passed away
after a long Illness at his home in
Weston. Mr. Watts was prepared for
death, being a good nod religious man.
Mr. Watts was 77 years old. Ho
came to this county In 1809, from Wil
lamette valley. Besides mnny friends
be leaves also many relatives to
mourn his demise. t
Hard Times Social.
The program for the hard times so
cial -at the Christian church next Fri
day Is as fallows:
Song By the Hnrd Time choir.
Vocal duet Joe and Will Scott.
Recitation Mrs. Archie Mclntyrc.
Instrumental solo Miss Maud Oliol
son. Mediation Cora Davison.
Song Hard Time choir.
Vocal Mrs. Anna Foss.
Recitation Gladys Bush.
Vocal duet Nellie Foss and Oro
Rhodes.
Song Hard Time choir.
Violin Albert Bales.
Recitation Zelma DePeatt
Instrumental solo Ava Ileeder and
Lucy Jenkins.
Song Hard Time choir.
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me con
tlnuously," writes F. A. lulledge, Ver
bena, Ala. "I had a terrible ca6o of
piles, causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me." Equally good for all aches and
pains. Only 25c at Tallman & Co.'s
drug store.
$10.00 Panama hats, to close, 16.75.
Lee Teutscb.
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNES8.
fhe Fatal Grrin aud Urn llrmrdr Now
I'nctn of gclrnct.
It Is the rarest thing In the world for
a man to be necessarily bald. No man
whose hair Is not dead at the roots, need
be bald If he will use Ncwliro's HerpI
clde. the new scalp antiseptic. HerpI'
clde destroys the germ that cuts the hair
oft at the root; and cleans the scalp of
dandruff and leaves it In a perfectly
healthy condition. Mr. Msnnett. in the
Maryland Block. Butte, Mont., was en
tirely bald. In less than a month HerpI
clde had removed the enemies of hair
crowth. and nature did Its work by cov
erlng his head with thick hair an Inch
lens, and In six weeks he had a normal
suit of hair. Sold by leading druggists.
Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The
Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mlcb.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent
CEREMONY AND 8ENTIMENT
both demand a ring, and as the occa
sion Is an Important oue, get a ring of
lasting quality.
Our assortment of
WEDDING RINGS
contains every kind known to the
JEWELRY
trade. Plain band rings of 14 karat
gold In all widths.
Solitaire diamond rings at an prices
Size and quality govern the price.
GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Postofflce Block.
Fourth of July Don'ts,
DON'T
Be too brave.
Hold exploding crackers.
Take any chaces on It's not being
loaded.
Pick up a lighted cracker to find
out why It does not go off.
Be too certain that the cannon fuse
Is not burning.
Point any explosive at your little
sister.
Fall to treat owdcr burns Instantly
they cause lockjaw.
Try to see how much powder you
can pack into a toy cannon.
Leave smoldering crackers near In
flammables, k
Shoot skyrockets Into curtained
windows your father probably needs
the house.
Forget that the careless use of fire
works may change what should be a
Joyous day Into one that will bo re
membered with sadness for a lifetime
Will Summer in Goldendale Return
ed From the Sound Visitor From
Albany, Oregon Will Spend Her
Vacation In Spokane Mrs. N. A,
Davis Entertained Visit From
Grand Chief of Rathbones Gone
East on a Tour.
Milton. June 30. Tho Misses Julia
and Nettle Blackburn of Walla Walla,
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Ponnock, left Monday for Gold
endale, Wash., where they will spend
the summer with a sister.
Miss Lena Coe returned Tuesday
from a 10 days' visit at Senttlo and
other cities on the sound.
H. N. Waller, who for tho past year
has been employed In tho Milton lunik,
has resigned his position nnd will
leave Saturday for his homo In Nor
ton, Kansas.
Mrs. C. M. Mcmtolth arrived Tues
day from Albany. Ore, on a visit to
her son, Thomas Montelth.
Mrs. Leonard Will of Stiokano. who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. .1.
II. Wilson, left today for home.
Miss Margaret Wlnnlford, one of
tho teachers In Columbia college, has
gone lo Spokane to spend her vaca
tion with friends and relatives.
Mhs. N A. Davis entcitnlneil the
young people of the Christian church
Sunday school at her home on Mill
street Tuesday afternoon. Ice cream
nnd cake were served.
Mrs. V. II. Chastnlu. grand chief of
the ltathbono Sisters of Oregon, paid
an otllclil visit to the Athena lodge
last Monday night.
Otis Ingle will lenve Saturday night
tor a vlt.it In the Diet, lie will attend
the St. Louis exposition.
Mr Thomas Taylor will leave to
night for Portland.
Mrs. M. M. Dlttebrandt and daugh
ter. Miss Ilnzel, returned yesterday
from a two weoks' visit with relatives
at Nez Perce, Idaho.
Harvesting Has Degun.
Yesterday several farmers In the
Hudson Bay country began harvest
ing. Grain In that section of thu coun
try ripens more rapidly than It docs
nenr tho foothills. Next week a num
ber will Htart up tholr machines for
the season, and all tho farmers expect
a good yield of grain.
Troyer-Vancll.
Yesterday afternoon at Wnlla Wal
la, Mr Robert F. Vaucll and Miss Ko
mi Troyer wero united in tho holy
bonds of 'matrimony, Rev. O. H. ClIbbH
performing tho ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Vnncll will resldo In Freowater,
whero tho groom has charge of tho
North Milton lumber yard.
crescent
owdeKk
ss ctnis
Sold under a $600 guarantee that It
contains no cream of tartar or grip
acid, or leaves any Injurious deposit
In any food In which It Is used.
2Se per pound. Of all grocers.
Biliousness
TEETH
Per set, $5.00; gold crowns,
14.00; silver rilling. EOc; ex
tracting, EOc.
Wo are thoroughly equipped
with all modern methods and
appliances, and guarantee our
work to bo of tho highest stan
dard, and our prices thu lowest
consistent with tlrst-clasa work.
White Bros.
Dentists.
Association Block.
'Phono Mnln IfiGl.
F. E. Van Dtisen
& Co.
CONTRACTORS OF
WORK.
ORICK
Bnllar sotting and flro places
douo In first-class manner.
Address Box 465, Pendleton.
"I bava vtad Tour aaloabla Caiearal
tbam parfart. Couldn't do wllbuut tbt
tbvai for lani tlmo for Indtiviik
vkloftblo CtietrW snd flod
TIIDUUI bffDl 1 BftTO
r Indtttillon And bll.
lomnMi nod id now roupUutj cuird, lUeom. ,nn,,n
mnd tlitm to vrroo. Out trtd you wilt inufio
cuw.ru a. Mars, Aiannr, n. I,
The Beer
That
Is Pure
The Pendloton bottled beer, bottle
at tho City Brewery Works, Is UM
most refreshing nnd healthful drlak
Best Tor
The Dowels
Our superior bottling process, tak
ing tho beer right from tho brewery
und putting It In bottles keeps tfc
beer good. It loses none of its good
qualities caused by changing ot tess
pcrature, as It Is always kept the
same,
Bottled In quarts, pints and halt
pints. Free dollvery to any part ot
In any quantity desired.
bono 2981, An order by 'ptmn
8,r'.ni ViSl'ninu .'', wl" roqolvo our prompt nttontlon.
CANCry CATruane
Weston Will Be Deserted.
There's no danger of any unusual
disturbance or distressing noise at
Weston on the Fourth of July. The
town will bo deserted on that day.
Most of our people who want to cele
brate In the good, old-fashioned way,
will go to Athena, which has a rous
ing two days' celebration arranged.
This will be reciprocity, as Athena la
always a liberal patron of Weston's
nicnlcs. Some will devote the day to
piscatorial pleasures on tho banks of
the Umatilla and the Walla Walla.
There will be absolutely nothing doing
here. All the business houses ex
cept drug stores, which must neces
sarily remain open, have mutually
agreed to close their doors for the en
Ire day. Weston Leader.
Night Was Her Terror.
1 would cough nearly all night
lone." writes Mm. Charles Applegate
of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I bad consumption so
bad that If I walked a block 1 woum
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
SIjOO bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery wholly cured mo and I galnod
8 pounds." It's absolutely guaran
teed to cure coughs, colds, la grippe,
bronchitis and all throat and lung
troubles. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial
bottles tree at Tallman, & Co.'s drug
store.
PUu.eI rllbl l'ol.nl,TiHOnod DoOoAd. 1 iin r,v
Ht..r!tlcl.u, w.k.norOrfp.,lo.nt.tf.N..r ulu
old la bulk Tbo taonlno Ubltt iUdiixJ OUO. I
UunrnoUod to cut or your monty back. rflOIW
Stalling Remedy Co., Chlc.f o or N.Y. Cos
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION I0XES
I The Family Theatre
Webb street, corner Cottonwood. Open overy overling. Change
of program every Monday nnd Thursday evenings,
Kntfre chango of program, with now people every Monday,
Tho Family Is a strictly high-class, moral vaudeville theater, can
tering to ladles, chlldron and gentlemen,
THIS WEEK'S BILL,
Commencing Monday, June 27,tho Famous Trio
3 THE HOWARDS 3
Frank Sam Mable,
The Howards came directly from tho Kast and tholr acts have
proven a house packing and mirth provoking sonsatlon.
MABLE HOWARD, THE SCOTTISH NIGHTINGALE,
Is one of the sweetest singers on tho vaudeville stage,
FRANK AND SAM HOWARD,
The black face singing and dancing comedians. Their dancing Is
bit everywhere. They hate do equals.
New pictures on the vlttscopo, New Illustrated songs.
Doors open at 7: !0.
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Note.
Those Indebted to me for wood and
coal will please settle the same by
July Gtli, and save cost. P. P. Collier.
Attention Sheepmen.
Range to lease and can locate
some good range and water. Address
box 44, La Oracae, 'Or,
DOCTOR I. MAN FOO
THIS CELEBRATED ROOT AND IIISRB DOCTOR, has moved to
104 Vt First street, between Washington and Stark, Graduate of mtsll
university In China.
CURES
LIVER and KIDNEY diseases, Consumption, Rheumatism, STOMACH
troubles and all diseases of the human body by tbe use of HERDS es
pecially prepared for each case.
BEST OF CERTIFIoATBB IN OFFICE.
HOME CURiSS BY MAIL If you cannot call at his office, 1 wtt4
your symptoms fully. Many cases can bo cured at home. Will g)v4r
advise you regarding your case, free ot charge. Bend for ' panpUesV
Consultatlon FREE.
Office hours from 9 a, m. till 0 p. m.
The J. Man Foo Root aarj Heffc VUdkkte Co.
No. 104 H First street, between Washington and Strk, PMrtld, fc