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PA1LT EAST ORKGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 108.
TWELVE PAGES. MIT BUSINESS SALE of EASTER Every day this week will be a Bargain Day in Clothing and all kinds of Furnishings for Men, Boys, Women and Children. page rax. Women's Suits The new Butterfly suite and other neat and new style for spring are here, and at prices that the other fellow will not at tempt to meet. $25.00 Eton suits, nice spring patterns, to close out at $12.48 $17.50 and $20 suits, to close out at $10 and $1 2.50 $15.00 suits, several good patterns, now $9.48 Five or six fine suite at $13.48 to $17.48 Skirts We have a reputation for having the best values in skirts in town and also the best fitting, best looking skirts. Fine black chiffon panama skirts $5.98 up to $12.48 Fancy blues and browns, wool panamas, $4.98 to . .$10.98 Cheaper skirts from $2.48 to $5.00 We make alterations on skirts free of charge. Children's Easter Dresses Jl Mothers ! You can dress your little girl for Easter with out a moment's worry or work. We can fit her with a nice white dress, cheaper than you could make it We can outfit her from head to foot Children's, white dresses, ages 2 to 6, prices 75c to . . .$2.98 Girls' white dresses, 6 to 14, prices $1.39 to $4.98 These dresses can't be described in the space we can devote to them here, but you won't attempt to make your children's dresses if you see our line and get the prices. We save you money and worry, too. Muslin Underwear This is one of our strongest lines. We have the nicest money can buy, and now we have cut off our profit, in order to close out quickly. Skirts 79c, 98c, $1.19, $1.39, $1.58, $1.69. $1.98 up to $7.98 Gowns 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.39, $1.48 up to $3.98 Corset covers, 12c, 23c, 2Uc, 33c. up to $2.48 Drawers, 24c, 34c, 48c, 58c, 79c up to $2.98 Chemises 98c, $1.48, $1.98, $2.48 up Children's pants 15c, 19c, 24c and 49C Children's skirts from 39c up These prices will be appreciated when the garments are seen. Clothi ing We have just received a shipment of the celebrated BRAN DEGEE KINCAID and WOOD Clothing for men, which was ordered sometime ago". We countermanded this order when we determined to sell out, but as it was in work, they would not accept our cancellation-of the order, and we now offer this fine clothing at QUIT BUSINESS PRICES (at least saved.) Men's $25.00 suite, just arrived, Quit Business price $18.98 Men's $22.50 suits, Hie newest styles, close out price $17.48 Men's $17.50 suite, all new suite, to slose out quickly $14.48 Men's cheaper suits all reduced even more than these. Bovs' and young men's suits, (just three lots, $3.98, $4.98 and $6.19 All extra pants cut in price. Notions and Small Furnishings Ladies' and children's plain handkerchiefs, 3c, 8c and . . . 11c Ladies' and children's fancy handkerchiefs, 8c, 11c, 14c, 16c, 28c and 39c Ladies' collars, 5c, 10c, 22c upto 98c each Ladies' belts, 10c, 19c, upto $1.48 each Ladies' hose supporters, 21c, 29c, 39c, 58c up Men's handkerchiefs, 4c, 9c, 12c and 19c Men's cotton colored handkerchiefs, extra large, 5c and . . . 8c Men's suspenders, 19c, 24c, 39c and 59c Men's garters 20c (worth 25c anywhere.) Buttons, hairpins, combs, hooks and eyes, and all notions REDUCED i AND MORE. Hosiery Topsy brand hose are known well and favorably in Pen dloton. We carry no other kind. Ladies' black hose, sale prices 8c, 12c, 14c, 17c, 22c up to 59c Misses' black hose, sale prices 8c, 12c, lflc, 22c and . . . .29c Children's hose, all prices from 8c up to 22C Men's cotton hose, fast black, 8c, 12c, 17c, .19c up Men's fancy hose, 20c, 27c and 39C Worth 1-3 more. Shoes for All EVERY PAIR in the store goes at a REDUCED PRICE. If they rip wo sew them free of charge. Men's shoes, $1.19, $1.69, $1.98, $2.29 up to $3.98 Women's shoes, $1.29, $1.48, $1.69, $1.98, $2.19 up to $3.78 Misses' shoes, $1.09, $1.27, $1.39, $1.48, $1.69, $1.98 up to $2.48 Boys' shoes $1.39, $1.48, $1.98, $2.29 and $2.69 Children's shoes 43c, 49c, 58c, 69c, 98c, $1.09 $1 .39 Dry Goods and Staples There are money saving prices, that will appeal to every economical buyer. Best 7c and 8c calicoes, all colors, sale price, yard 6$C Best apron ginghams, 10c kind, salo price 8 1-3C Fine dress ginghams, 15c kind, now 12c Extra nice French gingham, 18c value, now 15C Fine dress lawns, figurs and stripes, 8c, 12c, . . . . 17c and up Fancy mercerized taffeta, 35c value, now 27c Fino silk warp organdies, 75c kind, sale price 49c 75c fancy wool goods, to close out at, yard 49c $1.25 fancy wool goods, to close out at, yard 890 $1.75 dress goods, all fancy patterns, to close out at . .$1 .19 Don't wait until the best is taken, but come at once and get first choice in the lines you want. The Fair Dep't. Store, Pendleton. BRIEF RECORD OF COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence (THEM BREVITIES NEWS OF MILTON RAIN MAKES GRAIN' PROSPECTS BETTER. Money Being Raised for a Sales Day In Athena Preparations Being Made for Big Caledonian Picnic Fruit Trees in Full Bloom Mill Closed Temporarily. Athena, April 17. Grain prospectis are considered good in this section of tic county, especially sine the rain has fallen. The prospects were never better at this season of the year, A Market Bay Over $100 has been raised by a com mittee of Athena business men for the purpose of bearing the expenses of In augurating a sales day in this city in the near future. Preparations for holding the Cale donian picnic here May 22 and 23 are well under way. The committee In charge are perfecting arrangement rapidly. Peach, apricot and cherry trees are t. full bloom here, and indications for a large crop of these varieties of fruit are promising. A dance is announced for Saturday rilght at the Athena opera house. Mrs. N. A. Miller was a Pendleton visitor Wednesday. Lester O'Harra was In Weston yes terday on business. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Can non, April 13, a son. The Preston-Parton mill In this City has been temporarily closed down. The mill will resume operations when more orders for the oriental Tour trade have been received. The company has a large supply of wheat on hand for milling purpoes. ttCfti With Accident. Thomas I. Watts, father of H. L. M'att. principal of the Atflna high school, has a fractured shoulder, as Ihe result of falling down a stairway nt his home In this city. The old gen tleman Is not in good health, and the Injury brings '.-'implications which are considered quite serious. A fine Pope-Hartford car owned by Temple & Wilcox of Pendleton, waB exhibited In Athena this week. A number of Athena people have been nt the county seat of late on business. PLANS MABE FOR WAREHOUSE AT 3IILTON. Three Hundred Farmers Will Send Fruit From Here Marriage of Well Known nnd Popular Couple Near Milton Number of Lund Sales Made of Late Lodge Banquet Success. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregon Ian fflce. Milton, April 17. The Milton Fruit growers' union has accepted plana for the new warehouse at this place. The building will be two stories high and basement, will be of concrete and mod ern In every way. The union will pack and ship the fruit of about 300 farm ers residing within a few miles of this place. Couple Wed. At the Beumonl home a few miles from Milton, Judge Brents of Walla Walla, .united In marriage Wednesday morning, Archie Cobb and Miss Mary Beumont, two of the popular young people of this section of the county. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. The young couple will reside at the groom's fruit ranch at what Is known as Cobb's crossing. Ileal Estate Sales. J. E. Hoon has sold to William Reld, two lots near the Centra! school housp for 1160, and one lot to Tassy Stewart for $75 and five lots to Ura Troyer for $426 O. L Fields has sold to E. D .Mus grave seven acres of land on the Tum-a-lum river for $1260. O. K. Phelps has recently purchas er from Oeorge Brlsbo for $1226, 35 acres northwest from Milton. Mrs. Thomas Taylor has been quite III for some days. MIks Delia Hudson entertained her Sunday school class of boys at her DOOM on Monday evening last. About 20 members of the Artisan lodge at Walla Walla were guests of honor at a bantjttat given by the local lodge Wednesday evening. Following the banquet a musical and literary program was rendered. for more than 200 days work with teams have been secured by F. C. Greer. One farmer, W. H. Booher. gives 20 days work and the free use of his rock quarry. East of town the movement Is in charge of J. M. O'Harra. The county, which agrees to pay expenses of crushing the rock If the city will donate the use of Its rock crusher, and the farmers will haul and spread the material. It Is proposed to spread the rock 15 feet wide. Frank King is one of the recent auto purchasers In this vicinity. Miss Pauline Simpson, a recent graduate of the Good Samaritan hos pital at Portland, Is the guest of Mrs. G. W. Proebstel, Jr. Miss Simpson Is building a residence In Portland, where she will locate and pursue her profession as nurse. Robert Killgore, former cashier of the Farmers' bank at this place, has been here from Los Angeles for some days looking after his ranch. He Is Interested in the tourist balooi. trips along the coast In California. tiip "mire food law" is designed by the government to protect the public from Injurious ingredients in Dotn foods and druKs. It Is beneficial both to the public and to the conscientious manufacturer. Ely's Cream Balm, a successful remedy for cold in the head, nasal catarrh, hay fever, etc., containing no Injurious drugs, meets fully the requirements of the new law, and that fact Is prominently stated on every package. It contains none of the Injurious drugs which are re quired by the law to be mentioned on the label. Hence you can use It safely. Many Candidates. Freewater, April 17. A class of about 70 candidates will be Initiated Into the Rebekah lodge at this place Wednesday night, April 22. All the lodges In the surrounding towns will be represented at this meeting. The rains have done a vast amount of good In this section of the country and the farmers are all wearing a broad smile. Rneers Ixnve Baker for Calgary. What Is known here as the Owl racing stables of running horses, owned by F. E. Pierce, were shipped yesterday to Calgary, Canada, says the Baker City Democrat. The sta bles consist of the following horses: Peter J., Fondo, i.-iterantn and Tom Thumb. The season opens at Pros ser, Wash., May 7, 8 and 9; at Cam brook. Canada. May 24, 25 and 26; at Calgary. May 27, 29, 29 and 30. From that time the season extends for five months The stables will re turn to Baker City In time for the fall meeting here. Vaudeville in Mexico. Wichita, Kan., April 16. "Ad vanced" vaudeville will soon Invade the republic of Mexico, If plans being made by an amusement syndicate, headed by J. T. Nuttle, of this city, are brought to a successful comple tion. Mr. Nuttle has recently been Investigating amusement conditions in the southern republic, with a view of establishing a chain of vaudeville houses In Mexico City, Monterey, Chl- hauhua, Torreon, Guadalajara, Tam plco nnd other Mexican cltlew. Vau deville Is now practically unknown In Mexico. DeWItt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve. It is especially good for plies. Sold by Tallman & Co. CATARRH FOR GOOD ROABs. Former Vtertoa Man Here From Los Angeles. Weston, April 17. The farmers have begun a campaign for good roads. South of town subscriptions A SERIOUS FAR-REACHING BLOOD DISORDER Even in its early stages Catarrh is almost Intolerable, caused by the ituffy feeling in the nose, the buzzing noises In the tun, the continual "hawking and spitting" difficult breathing, etc. But whenijhe blood becomes thoroughly polluted from the catarrhal matter, tht.inflamniation extends to the bronchial tubes, causing hoarseness, andojteaitaggravating cough ; the stomach is affected, resulting in dyspepsia, Sa Stjppetite and strength, and gradually all the mucous membranes of trssDoajflbecome dis eased and the system upset and deranged. Frequently theTHdneys and bladder are attacked, and the constant passage of impure blood through the lungs, diseases these important members, and Catarrh terminates in Con sumption. Catarrh is a deep-seated blood disease, and must be treated con stitutionally, for it is beyond the reach of local treatment. S. S. S. cures Catarrh by cleansing the blood of all the impure catarrhal matter and at the same time building up the entire system. It goes down and attacks the. disease at its head, in the circulation, ana removes every trace of the Impurity that is causing the trouble. Then as rich, pure blood circulates through the body, the in flamed membranes commence to heal, the mucous discharges errow less and finally PURELY VEGETABLE cease, and all the disagreeable and disgusting symptoms of Catarrh disappear. 8. S. S. has no equal as n cure for this disease. It refines and purifies the entire circulation and repairs the damage done by Catarrh, Special book on Catarrh and any medical advice free. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, OA. OREGON THEATRE MORJUE B. STREETER, Lessee and Manager TUESDAY NIGHT APRIL 2 Ut. The Musical Treat of the Season FRANK J. SARD AM Offers the Big Musical Comedy Success The District Leader Words, book nnd music by Jos. E. Howard. A ROLLICKING, RHYMEFUL, MUSICAL PLAY WITH A REASON. 50-PEOPLE-50 And ENSEMBLE of SMARTEST GOWNED GIRLS. CAST OF PRINCIPALS. Ethel Dovey, Fred C. Truesdell. Vera Hamilton, Frank Weed, Al bert Denier, Mlna Manley, Qustav Neavlllo, Nelllo Watters, Ward De Wolfe, Geo. W. Wandllng, Geo. C. Cochrane. THE SONG HITS. SjB!j8 When You Go out to Dine, So, Heart to Let, Way Down in Jersey, Won't You Be My Olrlle, Sing Ping Sammy Sen, Something Doing Around My Heart, What's the Use of Dreaming, Same Old Story, Home Is Home, Finale. . PRICES 50c, $1 and $1.60. Seat sale at Pendleton Drug Co. Everybody whistles the song hits s s s. H PASTIME PICTURE SHOW SELLERS & MATLOCK, Props. Entire Change of Pictures and Songs Every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. SEE! SEE! His First Cigar Japanese Acrobats, Beautifully Colored Marvelous Powder Quack Doctor Bulgarian Army Song The Stars, Stripes and You. Admission 10c Children 5c Edison latest and best "Underwriters Model" picture machine absolutely fire proof.