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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN, PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 37, 14. r -i V I Good Baking Powder Mude from purest, wholesome materials. at-corllng to the moat successful and highly recommended formula known. ' Is a fine success. Guaranteed as good as any 40c Baking Powder or money back. 25c lb. F. W. Schmidt, Reliable Druggist. a r. u. niocK. 1-iione Slain 8. I Good i Dry Wood j ALL KINDS I have good, sound wood which Is delivered at reasonable prices ron cash. W. C. MINNIS Leave Orders at Neuman's Cigar Store. ROOSEVELT AGED 4B MILE POSTS IN LIFE OP THE PRESIDENT. Hax led a StreniHiiiH ami Amhltlotu Existence fur the Pt Twenty-Five Years Regan Ills Manhood aw a Graduate anil a Tourist Through Europe Has Heen lit office Most j of die Time Since Attaining His' Majority. Washington. D. C, Oct. 27. For the fourth time President Roosevelt has passed a birthday anniversary in the White Hjuse. This was his 46th birthday and hundreds of congratula tory letters and telegrams arrived to remind him of the day. The cabinet room and the president's private of fice were filled with exquisite floral offerings. The president spent the greater part of the day In his office, and with Secretary Loeb attended to matters of business. At luncheon there were several guests In addition to the members of the president's family, and a considerable number of Invitations were sent to Intimate friends to attend a sort of an informal birthday dinner tonight. His Occiiiatinn at Various Ages. Twenty-first, at Harvard college. Twenty-second. In Europe. Twenty-third, campaigning as nom inee for state legislature. Twenty-fourth, member of New York legislature. Twenty-seventh, on ranch in North Dakota. Twenty-ninth, working on his "Life of Gouverneur Morris." Thirtieth, working on his first vol ume of his "Winning of the West." Thirty-first, member national civil service commission. Thirty-second, working on his "His tory of New York." Thirty-third, civil service commission. Thirty-seventh, president New York board of police commissioners. Thirty-ninth, assistant secretary of the navy. Forty-first, governor of New York. Forty-third, president of the Unit ed States. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Bear this In mind when you need poultry and stock supplies and ask for the International Poultry and Slock Food. Use Kow Kure for your cow trou bles. C. F. Colcsworthy 127-I I Agent lor .an Aim St. Li.v Killer. T i SOFTNESS OF 8EAL8KIN. la ttlvalcd by Hamaa Hair Where noadruS la Eradicated. Sealskin is admired the world over for Its softness and glossiness; and yet the human hair is equally as soft and glossy when healthy; and the radical cause of all hair trouble Is dandruff, which Is caused by a pestiferous parasite that saps the vitality of the hair at Its root. Newbro's Herplcide Is the only preparation that is fatal to the dandruff germ. Without dan druff there Is no falling hair, but a lux uriant growth of glossy, soft hair Is cer tain. Scouring the scalp won't cure dan druft. Kill the dandruff germ. Thous ands of women owe their beautiful suits of hair to Newbro's Herplcide. Sold hv leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps to The Herplcide Co., Detroit, Mich. F. W. Schmidt & Co.. "poclul agents. GENERAL NEWS. The total output of gold In Nome for the year 1904 Is estimated at $4.- ono.ooo. The National Orange Is now mak ing arrangements for reduced rates to the 1906 meeting of the order In Portland. As a result of a libel suit, Editor Hofer, of the Salem Journal, was at tacked by Chief of Police Gibson In the Sulem city hall, Wednesday. Four French army officers are now on trial for using military funds to Influence witnesses against Drey fus at the time of his court-martlul. Roy Raymond, a crasy man, seized a locomotive at Eureka, Cal., Wed nesday and ran It 12 miles in a mud flight, until the engine stalled for lack of steam. The Dutch In. South Africa have captured Batoe, the rebel leader, kill ed 196 of his followers, took 20 guns and only lost three soldiers of the German force. All members of the first and second Japanese army reserves have been called home from all parts of the world. Six hundred beet field work ers will go from Utah. Hev. George Hell, of Philadelphia, publicly criticised the president for not taking a stand ugalnst the liquor traffic In his message. Dell says the president cannot be a Christian and pass by such a momentous evil as this. NORTHWEST NEWS. A local union of telephone opera tors was formed In Portland, Wednes day, with ISO members. Ezra Nash, a 17-year-old boy of Heppner, wns buncoed out o 1100 at the Union depot In Portland, "Wed nesday. For two weeks J. W. Eaton, a Spaniard, has been snadowlng Mrs. J. S. Hnnsell, of Portland, and ia now under arrest. The Injunction restraining Morrow county from voting on the liquor question has been dissolved and a vote will now be taken In that coun ty. Heenuse Johnny Barwlck, a Cana dian lad aged 12, will not salute the American flag on the school house at Pomona, t'al., each morning, he has been expelled from school. The largest stick of saw timber in the world will be on exhibition ut the Lewis anil chirk fair. It will be 100 feet long. 13 feet square nt the base, and eight feet square at the top. will contain 40.000 feet of lumber and cost $300. It will be furnished by W. F. McGregor, of Astoria. $5.00 for the best Guesser We will give a cash prise of 15.00 to the one who guesses the nearest to the number of bngi j ttiA hnttla In mir window. A guess with every 50c purchase. The beans will be counted on Saturday night, October ,k ' o'-inek hv a committee selected from those present at the time, and the one who has Kn j "a" i to the correct number will be given the 15.00. If anyone la so fortunte as to guess the exact n?! that one will get an additional prize of $5.00, making a total of 110.00 for an exact guess. T pay anything for guessing. We want your trade and offer this InducemenWor this week. Duplicate tickets will be kept and we will know who wins even If the winner Is not pre,,, Saturday night when the beans are counted. ' We guarantee absolute fairness In this contest. Not an employe nor even the proprietor him will know the number of beans In the bottle, and we will keep a duplicate record of tickets or gueajlT there will be no chance of fraud of any kind. No employes will be allowed to guess in this contest Make a guess for every GOc purchase and have It recorded. You muy get $10.00. Trade htrTm, week and try for the Cash Pri!. THE FHIR H4 "" u ' ins IDEA. She Cpensively) Love letters are very persuasive. He (a lawyer) That's the way Juries seem to look at them. COflSTIPATIO: "For rmr ulna nin I tM4 . f llpatloa and daKsthuuu l!" tnj.o.loa ot .ra w".i.r onc? a I could hm a. action on mr bo?.!."!" ' burin, lb. on. ,.. be for. 1 MajV1' nff.rad untold uUerrwIth lntan..i ..V1'6"' '""Vr.'l Beat For Thai Ptnwl CaMOY CT)Unc '.M. Matabla , Fount, TuM OooJ n-ajf old la balk. Th. (.nun. tabu iiaMoSI OuaiAntoad to ann or roar monar taSk. A urllag Rantsdy Co., Chican ar N.T. id Uailll maim ........ AHUM, MIX, I LH ILUQ1 101 The Colombia Lodging; House Well ventilated, neat and com- J fortable rooms, good beds. Bar In connection, where the but a ! goods are served. Main street, center of block, be- ! tween Alta and Webb streets. I" F. X. SCHEMPP ' PROPRIETOR. Dally East Oragonlan by" earrir,J only 15 cents a week. j nYYYYTYTYYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYY WTTTTTTTfTTVTTTTVVT Y Y YY Y Y YYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYTYT I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaA AAAAAAAAAAA.lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAA for to Here 1)11! ONE AIM li TO MKKVE VOC TO THE REST OF OI'll AH1L1TT. AM) TO MARE THIS PENPLETONS BEST SHOPPING PLACE: TO MAKE THIS VOCR STOKE HOME, MOTTO IMPRESSIVE: "THE BEST f.O"lN FOR THE LEAST MOM.l, I.AIKiE ASSORTMENTS OF THE SEASON'S MOST EFFECTIVE WE MAKE EVERY DEPARTMENT A PATHWAY TO PROFIT. WHETHER IT BE DRY OOODS, UROCEIUES, CLtI'llES. FOR THE MAN OR BOY. OR LADIES'' READY-TO-WEAR BAILMENTS. WE MARE Ol'lt OR BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY." NtVl'IIING BI T DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE HERE. STYLES AT PRICES THAT WILL API'EAL TO NINETY-NINE OCT OF EVERY HI NDREB WOMEN. Domestic Department S6-lnch Hope bleached muslin I'1 36-inch Lonsdale bleached muslin c jil 36-Inch Frult-of-the-Loom bleached muslin Sc yd 36-inch Lonsdale cambric lie yil 36-lnch Burkley cambric c yil 10c grade flannelettes J4C 12 Vic grade flannelettes 4C J c grade outing flannels ' 10c grade outing flannels J54 124c grade outing flannels "Vic y Best American print !1 i Amoskeag apron ginghams A. F. C. French ginghams 80 " Dress Goods Department We have the' material you want, for your new dress. We can save you enough to help pay for the making. Note our prices: 75c values In new, manish effects, dress goods 50c yil 1.00 values. $1.25 values. $1.50 values, $1.76 values, $2.00 values, $2.50 values, $3.00 .values, dress dress dress dress dress dress dress goods, goods goods goods goods goods goods . 75c yd $1.00 yd SI. 25 yd S1.50 yd tl.75 yd $2.00 yd $2.50 yd Table Linens The most remarkable values In Uible linens. 75c table linens at " $1.00 table linens at e5c 'd $1.25 table linens at 75c yd $1.50 table linens at "-10 yd $1.65 table linens at : -25 yd $2.00 table linens at '' $2.25 table linens at 9t.l& yd Silks at Reduced Prices 50c China silks, all colors s8c Jd 75c taffeta silk, all colors 800 yd 85c taffeta silk, all colors ... - 5c yd $1.00 crepe de chines, all colors . . . . . . . . 8c 5 $1.25 fancy suit silks. . i. . .. 9"c 3rd j Greatest Glove Sale Of the season. $1.0.- and $l.0. Our .best brand are In this offering. Gloves that have sold regular. Iv at $1.25 and $1.75 a pair. $1.26 Mascot kid gloves SL05 pair $1.75 Eskay kid gioves $1.30 pair; .And notwithstanding the extreme reductions we fit and guarantee every pair. ' . (" 35c Golf Gloves ......23c pair 50c Golf Gloves . v .. .35c pair' 75c Golf Gloves ' 50c pair ' Notion Department Needle books, assorted sizes Honks and eyes, black and white Pearl buttons, all sixes Pins, 360 pins to package . . . lc book 2c card . . . 4c- dozen lc packuge ANOTHER: OF OUR SATISFACTORY OFFER INGS IN MEN S CLOTHING. AJi our $15.00. $16.00, and ' $17.00 suits 'ut. made and trimmed In a swell manner, from fubrics that have a splendid reputation for wear and durability; of color they come In Thibet. Clay Worsteds Caasimers, Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots, at - $12.25 a suit Overcoats nt reduced prices In utX tlte leudlng styled for 190-1. i.r h!ii : s Money Saving Prices on Ladies' and :.r Children's Shoes. .',:,A trial will' convince you. "We dont try to see how much we can get for our shoes. Our Idea Is to see how-good a shoe we can give you for the least m.ncy. All $1.50 Shoes in this sale $1.15 All $2.00 Shoes In this sale., i.no All $2.60 Shoes In this sale $L85 All $3.00 Shoes In this sale $o35 Sorosis Shoes for ladies $3.30 Ten per cent reduction on all children's and nibwea shoes. Underwear Department 50c value ladies' Jersey ribbed cotton union suit 25c 75c value Indies' union suits, cotton, fleeced. ribbed . . : 00c Ladies' Jersey ribbed pants or vests, 60o value 250 Ladies" fine cashmere vests or pants, glove fitting. ribbed. $1.25 value 750 Children's Jersey rlblted pants or vesta; regular value 35c, sale price 25c CONVINCING PRICES ON New Fall Coats and Tailor Made Suits They are all exclusive styies. You will only find them of us. 25 per cent discount 25 per cent on all suits and coats in ladles', misses' and children's. 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