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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1904.
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TWO FREE COURSES
tecial Clothing Sale
Men's and Young Men's
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
ADDS TO ITS ADVANTAGES.
Short Courses In Agriculture and
Dairying Will Be Offered After Jan.
9 Tuition Free, Hooks Cost About
$.1.00 and a Deposit for Laboratory
Rrcnkiiges $300 Roth. Courses
Will Re Praetlral and Complete
Oreat Need for These Itranches In
duced Regents to Add Tlicm.
Suits $12.25
BARGAINS FOR JIEX'S TAILOR-MADE SUITS.
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...SUITS
.made clothing that we always sell. has been
ttylto. we"
.!. r.rninr low figures, for which this
M price.
lurtly famous.
sie.OO and l00 u.ll..r.n.ade Suits at $12.25.
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i!W,d,allt-. see our window display.
Suits $12.25
bxander Dept. Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
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THE BEST SMOKE ON THE MARKET
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Manofactored by A. ROHDE
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Monarch
Ranges
Mnllcable Iron and the kind
you cannot break. I have a
full line of Ranges, Heaters,
both wood and coal, and In
vite you to call and examine
the same before uylng.
T. C. TAYLOR
The Hardware Man
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MUISITE MILLINERY
' wt complete ,nd up-to-date line of fashionable millinery at
ItkrtM i .J "" ura. is now on display at my atore. I
f thte season I have ever carries.
Mrs. Rose Campbell
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member Joe Basler
Fl,rl,lt business and must reduce his
- nuarv iut inn
jWOVES, COOK STOVES, STEEL RANGES, AT COST.
'ied"LDreSSCrS C1"r,,,lor. ' Washstands are
flWS.
- Perfect order, of .U
----, ., .uu up. Kew Macnnes t aotlaI
JOE BASLER
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RUNNING UP A BIG BILL
fr your laundry work Is not necea-
"ary to insure proper care If your
ning is entrusted to us. We take
mlna with the smallest orders, and
r prices are so moderate that tho
weekly charge need not be burden
ome. We lr)vlu falr telal of ouf
service. Pleased to call on short no-"-.
'Phone Main 601.
domestic steam laundry.
Immediately following the winter
holidays, the Oregon Agricultural col
lege at Corvallls, win Kive free of
charge two popular short courses of
....... uuuon one In agriculture, the
other in dairying. These cour
slst chiefly of lectures by specialists
from the faculty and from abroad
combined with work in tk. .
tories, where students have access to
me apparatus of the college and ex
periment station.
The lectures are desienert fr i,....
men and women who dei j
vance with this nroereaaivo .....
can not avail themselves of the full
.uur-year course of Instruction; hence
the courses of lectures will m
the most convenient season' of the
year ror combining pleasure and rec
reation with profitable study. Those
familiar with the short course system
of lectures speak of it as a rare op
portunity ror practical men and wo
men . to familiarize themiwiv..
the more salient points touching their
uumness, ana to gather such general
Information as will enable them to
live that higher Industrial life possl-
Die to every farmer anil hmiKbu.,,..
The Instruction, whieh i
adapted to the literary attainments!
oi an; nence no educational test is
reaulred for artmlRHinn tn aith
the courses. The schedule of lectures
win he announced In due time.
The course In sericulture will h.
gin January 9th, and continue 10 j
days. Some of the subjects to be j
discussed are horticulture, nlant
breeding, bacteriolnirv. rhpminfli ail
ments, how plants work, budding of
Plants cased upon plant culture,
hints on farming, how to eonnprv
the fertility of the soil, drainage, soil
K.uimure, rose culture, veterinary
surgery, rotation of crops, roadmak
Ing, fertilization and how to muke the
old farm pay.
The course in dairying will com
mence Jnnuary 21, and continues six
weeks. Students will meet for work
six days of the week. The mornings
will be devoted to practical work In
dairy rooms, two days will be devot
ed to butter making, two days to
cheese making, and two days will be
spent in the dairy laboratories. In
the afternoon of the days except
those devoted to cheese making, lec
tures and recitations will occupy two
or three hours. The' lectures will
treat of soli chemistry and physics,
feed and feeding, dairying, bacteriol
ogy, breeds and breeding and chem
istry of dairy products.
There will be no fees except the
breakage deposit of $3. This deposit
Is intended to cover the breakage of
glassware In the laboratory, and the
actual cost of material used; hence
a part of this fee will be returned in
case of no breakage. Books will cost
about $3. Rooms with board and
lodging will cost from 83 to $3.50 per
week.
On the Installment Plcm
THE STORE THAT IS GAINING IX CLOTHING SALES EVERY DAY. WHY? BECAUSE THEIR
STOCK IS ALL XEW AND MARKED RIGHT.
LISTEN HERE! NO SHOP-WORN SUITS OX OUR TABLES, AND WE DON'T PROPOSE TO
HAVE ANY, BY MARKING THEM RIGHT.
WE WAXT THE TRADE OF PEXDLETOX AXD UMATILLA COUNTY OX MEX'S AXD YOUNG
MEN'S CLOTHING, AND WILL OFFER TO THOSE WHO CAXXOT AFFORD TO PAY ALL DOWN ON
A SUIT OR OVERCOAT THAT THEY CAN PAY OXE-HALF DOWN AXD ONE DOLLAR A WEEK
UNTIL PAID FOR. WE HAVE A VERY LARGE STOCK, AXD FEEL TILVT WE ARE OVERSTOCKED.
FOR SIZE OF THE CITY. AXD IX ORDER TO SELL IT WE MUST OFFER SPECIAL INDUCE
MENTS. OUR CLOTHING IS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND THE MAN WHO BUYS OF US ON
THE ONE DOLLAR A WEEK PLAN DOES NOT PAY ANY MORE THAN THE MAN WHO , PAYS
CASH. WE WANT YOUR TRADE AND WOULD LIKE TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH YOU ON THIS
LIBERAL OFFER. OUR CLOTHING IS ALL NEW THIS SEASON, AND IF YOU WILL COME IN
AND TRY ON SOME OF OUR SUITS WE WILL SHOW YOU THE FINEST FITS IN CITY STYLES
YOU HAVE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF SEEING. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU
WHETHER YOU WISH TO BUY OR NOT. REMEMBER, WE HAVE NO OLD SUITS TO SHOVE OFF
ON YOU.
j SULLIVAN & BOND
The Up-to-Date Clothiers. New Matlock Building
COMING EVENTS.
Jacksonville Carnival.
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 24. Ho
tels and boarding houses are filled
with visitors who have come to wit
ness the festivities of carnival week.
The carnival for which preparations
have been going forward for many
weeks, is held In celebration of the
rebuilding of Jacksonville after the
great fire of three years ago. The
week's program was formally usher
ed In this afternoon with a magnifi
cent floral parade which was witness
ed by thousands of enthusiastic spec
tators. Scores of carriages, automo
biles and bicycles, all handsomely
decorated In a wealth of flowers and
blossoms, took part In the spectacle.
October 25-29 Trans-MissIsslppl
Congress, St. Louis.
November 14 Annual meeting Or
egon Miners' Association, Portland.
November 16-10 State Bar Asso
ciation, Portland.
November 10-26 National Grange
meeting, Portland.
November 16-18 National Irriga
tion Association, EI Paso, Texas..
November 25-26 State convention
county clerks and recorders; Port
land. December 13-15 Oregon Good
Roads Association, Salem.
January 30 Inland Empire Sun
day School Institute, Pendleton.
$100 Reward $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there Is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to core
in all its stages, and that Is catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Core Is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catsrrb being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh .Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building op the
constitution end assisting nature In doing
Its work. The proprietors have so much
faith In Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case that It
tails to cure. Send .for list of testimonials.
Address: P. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, Toe.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Confessions ol a Priest.
Rev. John H. Cox of Wake, Ark.,
writes: " For 12 years I suffered
from yellow jaundice. I consulted a
number of physicians and tried all
sorts of medicines, but got no relief.
Then I began the use of Electric Bit
ters and fell that I am now cured of
a disease that had me In Its grasp
for-12 years." If you want a reliable
medicine for liver and kidney trouble
stomach disorder or general debility,
get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed
by Tallman & Co. Only 60c
Stamp Photos at Banner's,
Never mind what you hear, but
stamp photos are the same old price,
26 cents, 118 East Webb street.
Golden Rule Store.
By mistake of the factory the Gol
den Rule Store has about three times
as many golf gloves as were ordered.
Rather than return them, It has been
decided by a big reduction In price
to close them out. You ought to see
the 60c values they are offering for
25a, and the 76c values which go for
48c.
Broke Into His House.
' S. Le Qulnn of Cavendish, Vt, was
robbed of his customary health by
invasion of chronic constipation.
When Dr. King's New Life Pills broke
Into his house, his trouble was ar
rested and now he's entirely cured.
They're guaranteed to cure. 25e at
Tallman ft Ce.'s drug store.
Ladles' Skirts 82.00 and up at
Teutsch's. . .
Not Made by a Trust
IF YOU ARE REALLY LOOKING FOR A FINE 5o CIGAR,
TRY THE "PEGGY O'NEAL." GUARANTEED BY THE LARGEST
INDEPENDENT MANUFACTURER IN THE V. 8. TO BE ABSO
LUTELY FULL HAVANA FILLER AND HAND-MADE.
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PEGGY O'NEAL
5c CIGAR
A. G. HOWARD
TELEPHONE MAIN 9841. 115 COURT STREET.
PENDLETON, OREGON.
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B. F. BECK
Sanitary Plumber
807 Cottonwood Street
' The East Oregonian Is Eastern Oregon's representative paper.
It leads and the people appreciate It and show It by 'heir liberal
patronage. It Is the advertising medium of this section.
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"SOMETHING DOING NOW"
Two Car Loads of Furn
iture Have Arrived for
Rader; the Furniture and Carpet Man
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