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,()rreunln llrnnch OUIru.
ISwheil lu IWtlmitl, mill liuiko
About 9 o'clock on tho 22d, the body
?i mMi 9 founJ 0,1 ,,U5 trttck in ,,ont
ui iiiu uctoi, iu ArntiRion. upon ex
amination ho was found to bo deud. Tho
, nock and left arm wcro broken. It In
HUiMnted tho man wiw undor tho Inllii
piico of liquor, and while attempting to
board ait extra fright Koliitf West, fell
, from tho cats and wan killed. His nunio
and residence aio unknown.
A very largo shin bono or tibia of n
niatumotli nas received by tho nnwoiini
of tho Willamette I'ntvorHlly ono dav last
week from J. S. limit. Itlliw, 'Idaho. It
Ib 21) inches Ionic, III indie- around tho
umallcHt pan of iliotdiuft and 2i( inches
around tliu end forming the kneo Joint
It utUHt have Moned to a very largo as
well oh it very ancient resident and wart
found in an excavation made for u mine.
Mr. ItllKLImr M'al ..I..... I
-?.! , in Unti.li.v . . ... via...... , nunivu n riltl'lJIilhlT,
AmCml,' Saturday from tho county
,. .. I'nnllul wclmmulii mil. and Hout liack linnu. Iilu liwt rn w,,n
Ml. ihiJi! nntcounwtitl wlllmtlior j hcinir fnllv till! ttt (kill. VI I"...
mihrcliy. A'.TKK.l'Mior. ion from 'liquor. HecxprcmiedlilHflmtikH
. .u me county oniciitiflior taKtng e.tio ol
i i.t 1 1- ..it . . . r .. .
r IIuiIimm Men. u,,u " rcciHM.M snoweti mm lie
t.ua.w ... . U'UU t, iiuh(I.iih.iH ..ltl.....l. . - .. . .
old COln Will bo pia on 7 iuru ru lit irm-
iui(4 iiiuiruii ii- hi iiiumgo too ireoiy in
Tim olllcu i In the Al
VS .ml Mark, i-llen of tho Kaht
i"" .. .1 .ii.ih.hi. uiui iimnr 1 1 r-
. . a I "1 1 ri I M M I :
.. f..r till! IHTlllllllUHllltlnll Of
nil in re "
.ffik . A of tbo K. o. jmiKtmit
LMl nJ JoliHBon Rireeii. Muiiuny
.i it n.
jM.rt In hum coin will no rmiu on
h'"' atnl4 I hit iunL tn.tn.Rv
.li. viKT i he uniAn
Ctadia! tit aWeoH-er,
i!..llin nf nnmn nt it.v
I hereby announce tnyeeii a can-
l tnarn nlni'tJon for Ihn
lacwiuiu - ----
recorder ol tho townoi rcnuie-
Minco Meat at the
luring turkeyit ut
Kogue river appleH at 1 indry A
( . .. .ml nfunm liMtl u F Ilia i
Edniiston, of Walla Walla, was u Main
r.7 tmllnnln In lln Ortv.
muntrv lard can I mi obtained at
forzet to gutu Imltlo of Urugon
I H 1 1 v i - - -
meals at all liourH at tho l-Vouch
i t 11 Ut a. i I . .1. I ....t.i.tl.tlH
tVtbra.-kacorn-nieul ut Den pain &
Yi. Hliolenaio una rmau. juhu
w rr ipil iuhi iiiuiik uii u uuDiiiann
r' iiui uiiiii:i n niiiu i iiu auua
, Allen received 08 votes and
. -I .1.. Ill I.. !..
errui ui iiu rurtuu -tin mi .mii
TKinkmrlvim- lwill at tho Oliora
SoTrmber aith. Music by tho
t i J f .
lot r(MU iK)VO town, uuins up
liae ui ina onun moot wwh.
a.va oyXM ' A . . I al
inn cniinirv. inn iiiu ui lhihi uai m.
r . a i. i I t . l
Cfatitnn a WArtfiV frmr vkn !
ill (Wen at Mllarkev'a Hall by
Sham and Wells, are rowia la
M are always well atteaaea oy
nr mini in. v uu ik k h u hi ur. r
l niinniBT iiivul.
urtbfra liahU, or wore properly,
s lira ol an annreacmoc kotoi.
. . . . . . . . .
-urai a vu iTflfu 1 1 mid .
naiu Journal: rne at oh aaa-
wi nirt heara of la eae mim
lady U this city. Bae bet
toll it so, that she would wla,
Iam, toperintendeai of the aiy-
MMtly purchased a lae bil-
Ui kul it t.lir. la tha k.ll in
U daices aad eatertaiaateata,
iwimUkm: Mr. Edward Rvae.
MM m. . tut. T.U K W..
Miauu (mm inlurUa mWTM
before by a freight wagoa
. tfM.uea w mmwwv aw - aaww
l?ution. II oihw viral' vera
UleVUT IUU(C IiUVHU
WiUa Jouraal: 'Taere liaeVae a
i i-iw mai oi me vilest oc m
B(J .. a. m .
u.U: Oa Wedaeaday laH
with J Tl Vf .1..-- .1..
Mil Mb rUIWAa'mlvd
lOCStinn imm. . H uiMaiiBn.
ctew induatrr and ia taa area
I n .J .... m . v n, 1. L
.vi" me nra oi J. biocii w
-....u, nH iB i cuuilflUH Willi
' tetlorta ! k...lnA.. f .11
q atemllft u nnvpr htffr tit An
ivf. (.riiiiN nun vim mi uriiJL'o
y plentiful amoBK fanners
ndar tht Nnriv,. pulfi El-
Louotit r Ann I....U.I. nl l.ln.
'eal. nr. m-a ... -
t ii -e w neai waa doukiu
w6el. Ti,i. i. ,....1 71 isinlfl
Ka. I '
1 tvor of the directors of tbe
7 been reversed, and the case
J!"11 the demurrer to the'eoa-
tor Much nthmr rvnaouailliiBa u
The I'endletou hotel Is now receiving
ita finishing toudtcn. It is a lieautiftil
building, and onu whish would do credit
to a city like Portland, which can boast
of few liner bulldingx than this aamo
Pendleton hotel. Contractor Zelglcr is to
oe congratulated on the rapidity and suc
cess with which he hat so far conducted
John Lucas waa forbidden to move his
littlo building on Main street to a line
with ita companion!, becauso of tho fire
ordinance, but ho has proven equal to the
emergency. Ho luin caused the inter
vening Hpaco to bo covered with a plank
floor, to that the building can be used as
a biiKiiie.HH stand in defiance of ordi-
nances. I lere is cnterpriwj for you.
Dr. F. C. Campbell ban removed to and
an elegant oinco in a muiuing
street, near the old iKwtofflco.
and Is thoro prepared to do all clauses of
ilcntintry in IiIm well-known, scientlllu
manner, ut.d nt Kiiftern rates. All those
lu need of denllxt work cannot do letlcr
than by giving him u call.
Brother l'ddy. who icturned on last
might's 1 ruin from ono of his Portland
trlpH, tflmttrkH that tlieio Is not hull tlio
Hcaro In Portland over smallpox that
there is in Pendleton to-day. He only
saw two yellow Hags while in tho me
tronolls. one of which was II vine in tho
Work is in progress by Contractor I)u-
prat on tho stone foundation of W. J.
FurnlHh'H new residence on Tar Flat,
This locality, notwithstanding its nlobiun
cognomen, Is building up rapidly with
handsome now residences, several being
aow in course of erection.
A leading member of the Methodist
choir was anointed with oil last night at
tbe Methodlht church, but not in the
manner aaade memorable by scripture.
It wu coal oil, and came from a lamp
left banging overhead which waa filled
aot wisely but too well by a modern
A. D. Urecn. deputy United States
marshal for Idaho, shot aad killed an In
dian on the reservation near Lewiston
laat Friday, who resisted arrest. The
Indian waa in plicated in the recent
murder of prospectors in the Hitter Hoot
The Her. Mr. Joveridge, who arrived
Katorday evealag fron New York 6a his
way to the Willamette valley, officiated
ia the Episcopal church at Pendleton
Huaday moraing. His sermon waa an
excellent eae, aad was greatly enjoyed
by the coagregatloa In attendance.
Please remember that Fletcher
Kuebler will give a grand Thanksgiving
ball at tbe opera bouse aext Thursday,
aad have eaflafled the Hecond Cavalry
Baad of Walla Walla to furnish muek
for the occaaloa.
Ckarlea Hechda. a young man about
twenty-two years of age, residing at East
Portland, sMot Wd killed himself Satur
day Bight. No cause ia assigaea eicepi
tbat he waa feeltog unwell from vacciaa-
The naw 'elbow for the water pipe
acroaa tbe rlVer kaa arrived, aad will bom
a a a f -t.t aa.. V?V. Hill
ee piacea ia.oetioa, w .h nu "ii
reefdenta will Wiffer no further iacoa
veaieace from 'a lack of water supply.
Rev. O. II. Lee' waa taken suddenly til
yesterday with neuralgia, and suffered
greatly during tho afternoon. He ia now
reported to lie somewhat lietter by Dr.
McKay, his attending physician.
Judge Fee returned Saturday evening
from Malheur county, when) he lias been
lion for Two Womrn frlminrm.
M.S!lcll!r. ,,,VT,l", M ,,vor 'win Walla
W alia Snturdav on Ids way to Union with
a rcjmis tiou for the two women prisoners
conllned in lln iwmiv t,.n , ,t...i ..i..
I , ji.ii III1IV
f?".t?,0,,,rovio.,'.K "Colons an olllccr vis
ited Union without tho projicr warrant
forthoHamo purine, but tho obstinate
fcmalo-i refused to leave, and a requidlioit
tlwciuiio necessary. Ah it was, Walla
J Walla county's worthy tdierlir only re
I turned with one. of tl'io prisoners, Mrn.
Hulo, tho other. Mrs. ISickn, eiiig con
fined to her lied with sIckneSH and mi
ablu to beat inmuvid.
The two are wanted for the murder of
iCImrlcH Suuitiiervlllo in Seiitth hiiiiio
, time uai). the hiiHb.ind of Mt 1II,L-
Tim difeatied wat Hiipposed at the tltno
to have riwallowvd imShoii, but suoso
niiont events threw a diirerent light on
the quectlon. Tho then Mim. Summer-
vine wanted Her husbaml out of the wuv
I in order that pIio might have a eleur Held
to uiitrry her picsnnt hiiHband, Kicks,
who Ik now wuillned lutlut j.ill at Walla
i Wulla. So Mih, Sniiiiiii'i viilii, her slnier,
Mrs. Hale, and the fellow Itlcks eon
coctil a plan for muitleiiiig Sonnnoi villo
I by ikHjuiii. Tim exact details urn unob
tainable, but it Is learned that bv some
means they induced their victim to pur
chase, tho K)lson himself, so that the sui
cide idea would work to advantage.
Subsequently, however, suspicion
lcacked out, with tho rumilt that tho
worthy trio wore arretted an above.
The two women have Iteen eon 11 tied in
the Union jail for over a month, where
they were arrested on it telegraph!.! war
rant from Sheritr Howies. It is thought
by those who ought rti know that ustrong
case will bo presented against the three
prisoners, nud that their guilt will bo
fully proven by the evidence that can al
ready no nrougiit ui itear.
An Old Mlai-r Itrlurnril.
Charles Karnhurt, an old resident of
this section and it gentleman who bus
spent an uctivo life in milling ventures,
uas returned iroin ine t amp unrson
placer mining dlKtriel, whcie ho has lieen
engaged all summer wotklng as only u
miner can. ('amp Otison is situated not
inanv miles us tlio crow Hies from I. a
Grande, hut is lilty mllet fiom that point
by wagon road mid eighty iiiIIch from
Pendleton. Tlio latter route is said by
Mr. Hnrnlmrt to lie preferable, and tho
trade of that section would divert to
Pendleton should tho road be put In an
improved condition. Mr. Harnhart says
that tho Camp Carson section comprises
nulto an area of auriferous soil, and tho
diggings could Ini made greatly nrofltablo
wcro water plentiful. Ho has liecn en-
f;aged in constructing a water circuit on
lis claim, which ho says will tako a year
or two of hard lalwr to tlnlsti. When
completed, he hocs to mako an inde
pendent llviug and fortune in digging and
washing gold-dust onu nuggeia irom ine
sandy soil. Mr. Harnhart avers that no
one but a capitalist has any business
monkeying with a quartz ledge of what
ever richness, and ha therefore takes nls
chances of a placer, la tue operation oi
which so many fortunes were made in
tbe halcyon days of California. Aa his
whole life has been one round of expe-
rieace in mining, Mr. Itarnbart'a words
have considerable weight.
'What Tbajr Waal.
we ieei just use wo wuuia use .
neriment with a county government of
our own, one in which we can have a
voice in saying who shall represent our
Interest la the Legislature. Pendleton
U. a ta.a. -H.latnr InH aanu,, Wltlt
a Repnblicaa form of government. A few
oi ua larmera goi togeiner m w sv,
aad , afUr, discussing all the proa
aad A n Vf thta 4tUlan auaattoa re-
solved othiag like tbla: Firrt.that
we need aiviaioa oi ine county, ana nce
U K.JJ 'CUmbJ that mm ir rolBf to
do all. ia .-eur power to obtain tbe same
a I f... J aaaa,II
aau wef a vay aaa bikh inm "
the forty 'aya aeesloa ahall bavaeadedto
accompliih It. Third, the Hues ai pro
posed by the Crocket bill suit the majority
of the (tapayera wlthia the proposed aw
coity,id will ault ut. Fourth, that
thougV there were Blue Democrats aad
naHBBilLULl a. waa. aaa a "".I
. I . II .L. ,.,..ll
holding a term of court, in Judge Ison'a
stefitl, tlie latter having liecn presldirig
over the court in Grant county.
Engineer 0. W. Moon, who wA. re
cently scalded while on duty and tiow
pelted to lay over tn La Grando for re
pain, baa resumed his run, having fully
recovered from his injuries. t
Kotbchild k Beaa, taa welt-kaawa
merchant, have gotten out a ine calen
dar for mo, which they will distribute
amoBg their maay cuatomers.
A. J. Surber, of Creigbton, Nebraska,
ia ia towa, with a view ol becomiaf a
permaaeat resident. Mr. Surber ia a
brother-in-law of Jim Sparka.
The "Widow O'Brlea" outfit pawed
through towa laat Bight oa their way
over the moaatalaa to victimhta the
Stanley E. Dean left on Saturday
aifht'a train on a buslneaa trip to White
Cloud, Kansas. He will return soon.
8 A. Baylor waa out on tbe streets to
ilav. shaking hands with all hla frienda,
who are "glad to see him around."
Salem Statesman: State Treaaurer
Webb Is able to be out again after eeveral
dava illness. . )
- William Sjarkes and .0,.'e"1Htm7
day to make their home at Bitxville, W.
n- fl.... f '..nlnrx-illn Is reDOrtcd tO
IUl , CIIUII' W rf-va.aa.. ... ; ' - . , . ,1
bo quite ill, being unable to leave Ids bed.
i For choice and select groceries remem
ber tbe Star Hakery.
Thia year'e buckwheat tour at the Star
W. 6. Ford, of La Grande, ia la town
"What did ShulU tell tout"
Haoa" carried with oaly oae disaeatiag
voU. The dlsaeatjr aafdWer would
kick at the aatae. Fifth, that we thought
while Wager waa kicking at the name the
bill would be rushed through. Bixw,
that we stand by tbe Eagle in ita endeav
ors lo procure relief to East Umatilla.
B l..Va. wrltM AM follawS from
Tlian ia nctt activity
here la the way of railroad urvy. The
O. K. n. anu huiuhib '"
have partlea survej-ing from Uwlston to
the meat Camw Prairie country, mxty
milea aoutheast. The nortnera i a-
t-iuc route win ooa-.
Spokase A Palouseat Geaeaee, run do;n
PotUUh creek to Clearwater, thence to
Lewiston, thence up 0aake river to Aaao-
., n ika tannirr lit Wshl. mil
over Craig'a mounUla to Camas Prairie.
The O. K. & N. reiite iejrora Lawlaton
up tbe ClearwaUr to Lawyer row,
thesce U the prairie. I have defiuiU la
foffioa that the O.k N. will eveBt-
ually eoBBect wita iae ' V i
buil5i.g fro "'P'! i.JI
Clearwiter, over the fmr wrw
to Manitoba, uanaoa, ja
thua making another aBd horter jraaa-
' "..i i 1.1 aB I'nrtl.nd aad
COBtlUCBIaU lll ""- , , r
tbe East, and traveraiag and opening tbe
rreat uiearwaier w-in. " f -live
scope of country in the "tire moun
Uia region. Ita agricultural, pasturage,
mineral and timter resources are unexcelled.
Th ThanksriviBg Concert .given last
evehiBg "at the CoBgregatlonal church
waa well attended, a large audience being
present. A pleasant program waa rea
Sered, notwithstanding the auddea iH-
aeeaol the pastor, wo '
who waa unable to take part. The ex
ereisea opened with an caaay on Thaaks-
gWlngbylsaLuca,, the remaiader of
rwUb Utioa ajd' reading,
Exercise, by Claasea No. and
acquitted themeelvee weU.
llnlvl Arrival. '
Viu.aiiii Hin si! Henry Stover, Kirch
Creek; Henrv Hon man, Sheep Camp ; 1.
Hlew, Nolln; W SFiml.J I) Slater I.a
GruudejJW Slielton, Union; Thos W
Jenkins, Portland; A Ingham, St. Paul;
S A Simpson, San Francisco; IMward I,
liroows, i 1 1 H'u no; S II Stevenson, t an
ada; Geo Thompson and wife, Dayton ;
.1 no Damon and wife, CaviiMi: Fiei I Do
laud, Olt&N Co; Mr Sevier, Kakur
City ; Frank Wall; Citv; W I Griiham. I
Dalies; II C .Murray, W W Glen, Daniel
Smith. Vule. Dr.
Hon'Mts Iloisr.- . V MeCl.ilii, .los
Mm ret I. S lluwlex. ( W Minui.J V
l.'hrlslx l.:t lir.iiidt'; Kd A Marty, t lly ;
I) Foivsight, Wnlubiirg; Jiui Mellean,
Xgeney; F II Puller and family, Walla
Wullu; Mrs bun:i, Ninth I'orV: Hud
Mcintosh; .1 Iteuii, Davlon; W D Par
ker, Ceittei villi! ; .liio Walker.
Gouikx Kn.K.- l. It Itfiincr, Kch.t; (J
Augustlno. M G Sullivan. Allien 1'ieer: 1
W K Hrliitou. PatCrohan. Citv; .Itwepli
King, Haker City; .1 Klrkm'tiiek. San
Francisco; Miss Aiuiu Molten ; KN Wal
ton. Denver: Duraii and wife. K Mc
pherson, Annie Smith, Pilot Kock; 1 G
Cleveland, .MtiitieaHilis; .1 II Graison
and wife, Camas I 'ml lie: A Do.Ier. .
Yoakum: A C Wilson, Agency; Fr.d'
A CiimpuUnry MarrUg
Alexander Foster, of Wliltinan county,
W. T., and Sarah 1'.. rdwards, of Wasco,
Oiegon, wore marrliol ut his oillee
last Saturday by Justice Hlshop.
It was u case of romance in ldgh life. Tho
couple had run away from homo and
came to Pendleton, but weru followed by
relatives of tho bride, who comiielled Fos
ter to marry the girl, to which fate he
submitted gracefully. The ceremony was
therefore performed to tho satisfaction of
all concerned, and what might have ended
In misery was turned to probable liaptil
uess by tho prompt action of tho bride's
relatives, ikitu the bride anil bridegroom
snowed traces ol the presence ol consider
unit) Indian blood In their veins, and are
probably what the unsympathetic world
would stylo iiaii-iuen.iH.
Morn About tb i'liang.
Tbo change of tltno will tako blare next
Sunday, lly tho provisions of the now
time-card then to Ini Issued, I ho west
bound and Purmlngtoii passengers will
arrive a littlo after 11 vo in tho uvening.
Tho east-bound passenger will come In at
about eight in tho morning, mid the
FiirmlnKton train will depart shortly uf
tor its arrival. It is probable that pas
sengers on both tho cast and wost-lsnind
and tho Farmitigtou trains will stop hero
for their meals, those on tho west-bound
and Furmiugton No. 6 being served w ith
supplies um usual, and those on tho east
bound with their breakfast. In thisevent,
the change will work considerable of it
benefit to tbe town.
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN KILLS.
Special Sale of Fall and Winter Clothing.
I.t Sin :t!)(i Cnui or Meli'k Hark (Irny I weoil Knits, Seek
Men's Mali! ilruy Tw-etl Suit. Suck '
.'it'll - n rlH- w or".lll r-llliH, mim'K . ! , . .
M li s Hlllm li vim Knit, (nh'U - - 5OAA'
.Men's iirown rial I Siill. H.tvH
.Men's Muttloil Cheviot Hull-, Suelt
Lot . aoitM'miM .1. i.r Men's llrokrn l'lalil Hult, Hack
.Men's Taii-t'oliin-il riiivfc Vtl' K.S-irlt ,
.Men's l.lulll .Motlleil IUlii I (111 ., in-lt
.Men's tlrly mill lllu-u Mi, i 1 -inK' u'l. -
Men's llliiek mill White Mnlllitlsii i, mu I,
I. lit M . :iO-iO Cmila ..I' Mi'ii' Kuney I'lnh-t'liii'k Silll,iirk..
Men's I'liilti t nevliit siilu, i,ck
.Men's Nettt I'.nlil Stilts, sack
Men's Mu I Kit l'niiry Mix Halts
I.ot n. ao.'ll) (Nin-lof-aftr-Mt ti'- ltrowti .Mellon HulK'nrk
.Men's Mini' Chi vlclt Hulls, miek
.Men's lliiskcl Check suits, suvlt
.Men's llrlKht t'ln-Clierk Hull ,hjc.s
.::::::: tit 1000
r -Mi'h'h Illne nail lt'l l'lsld Hulls, sack i
Ipc t'linvlnt Hulls, sack ) 11 L
At a meeting of tho local stockholders
of tho American Huilding A Loan Asso
ciation of Minneapolis, Saturday evening,
nt the court house, held with a view to ef
fecting u permanent organization, the to!
lowing olilccrs were elected, all of them
unanimously: Directors, W. 1). Fletcher,
W.B. uycm, j. n, Nicnerson, J. m. ii-
aer, K. n. en.tron; rresiuent, w. r.
Dyers ; rccnitar, h. h. bharon ; Treasu
rer, 8. P. Kturgis: Attorney, H. J, Bean;
Appraiser. J. M. taezer. The shares
sold in Pendleton amounted tn ft 80.
Some few subscriberH for stock wlthdiew-
their sulxicriptions lieforo the final organ
iiaiton, and their money was refunded.
TkIUtl f Kslsm.
Tlie Chemekete Hotel at Salem has
lately come under the minatement of
0. II. Monroe and J. It. N. Hell and baa
furnished and thoroughly changed from
,, -a-am tUa. --a-k' ajal- .maaak
. L.. I. a. . a.A. al i J aaaaa a. a J 'awaaauW
eaaaV-aff-f TWVWV aWM WtVI WWJ .Sqtpaaaa
.VlaVt M .1.. J
F)ef4ea k 'Wreby tivea to all Mtnoaa
iattetitsd to 1m that have thta day aa-
sliedatl 'eeAra aeebairta due me to G.P.
H meanest, " m auaaoneo v miien
aad rteeiat fer the aaae,
I Dated Ftaadleteii, November 53.
i, M. Kiotikt.
K)k ''Tit h n ' a.--' "--- Vat -umU. ail
hi jkt bean t WmUas Kuel,w4o wi
ab waaWt have the aaiiari evatawy f wed
alk IJtwlaHiMAlftl HhT WIa iMi'kit ,lkiBil
mm mm alwTVwwBlaVVVVi1 it"f W9mM wmwt WW 'Mni
ykstsrday fof aadtie laduldeae la iatox
vWtiiaWt-9 ttmUKfrm.'em w eeai
iSe,Year'f . - - ,
mmaXm mm uTMilal wbbeHea ta At-
Under MaasB9nt of
Fletcher and Kuebler.
Willi Willi SwriM OrifcMtri I
lu twea spaelalljr eniad for tli
occaitan,soil nopsloswlll tst
parol to make Oil
THE EVENT OF THE SEASON
Let No. 804II CiinxUtn ii' -.M- u'i Hark l.'lieck Solid Hull, sack ..
MMi, Hlieplieril t'lieea i;trnMiu , mrK , .,
Men's llnnrn Tiveeil I 'tit It Hit I, nil 'k
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Men's MKlit (Iniv t'liovlnt Stllt, ck
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Mutt's Hllk Mixed Htrlpe Hull, ssok
Men's IUkt t.'hrck Halt, frock
Men's llliifi Melton Hult, frock - -
Men's Ked and While Mixed Suit, frock
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Men's Nntursl (Irsy (no il
Men's llliiek snd while siniill
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Men's Hrawit (Mievlnt ft itrh Hull-,
Mnn's lllark Corksniew Womlnl
Let -J. ailtOOuiKUIs of
Men's Dsrk Cheviot Hulls, sck )
Men's runcy Chtivlot Sails, mm'U,kI
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Men's Hsrkt'h-vlnl, frock
Men's iikm iisri.iue, rums ..)
Irfit !tn. 54 1 0 CoiiXhIs of
Mcn's Heavy llliter I'snls
Irfit X. HXtO Coilklsls of -
Men's lleuvy t'Hslinerp 1'iilits, ms )
I.ot So. !W:lO Cillll"li of -
ll.il a'CiiMlliure Hiilln, sires I'J till
17 ye:irs - (
Irnl Mo. :ill Out. Ms if-
Mi n's Ifenvy overcoat", sixes 311
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Prepaid Chargc8ioPen(llcon. GO Cents Extra.
Kull. Lines of our 8iisrl(ir llliinkotrt conHtitiitly on bund. Send for nrico
Order by Lot Number.
Brownsville Woolen Mills,
Itctull 8loro.No. 140 First b'treet
Great Slaughter Sale.
The Entire Stock of
J. Diamond, the Clothier and Hatter
Will be offered by the undersigned at pricei
lower than ever before made. In the city.
The Entire Stock Must Go
And purehaftera are invited to call early, aa
a a a am aa a. M M a M-B a, at U A A V
the aaie w.ptHtmriUlT, ana me aioca
must of iota
For What it Will Bring
In order to wind up the businem in n abort time.
aotltier nd Hatter - - - Pendleton, Or
Mela St., U tUee tolow retatofe Matieul BMk,
Four Thousand Dollars
NET G-AIN !
Thia haa en our proflta in only eight montha
work. And wnyr
We have a big trade; we Hell coodis at reasonable prices, and
we guarantee to give you tlio mt. Gall and be con
vinced that we carry the largest and raoat
complete stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Fancy Goods
in Eastern Oregon.
Leezer & Kuebler
Despain Block - , - Pendleton, Oregon