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WKrXFf. Y, APRIL m.
Cant afford to bay shoe that hoi
for you peod two thirds "f jroor 1 1 - in
them. No shoes, no matter At what
nriee. ran fit mow c mlortaMy. more
naturally. mr gracefully than
,,a. (.,- Women.
The natn.al woman foot i the
"tjneen 'iM.ity ' l.ait. That is the I
reason theae h.e need no "breaking!
in." Thev feel an comfortable a a I
Practice: Root and HmM M.-r..
Try Iintton ice cream BBOeoletBS.
Bicycle, racycle, bicycle. Withes
Fiahing tackle, banket. poles, Nnlf's.
Karl y Ohio need paAMaaM at Hawi-y
Buy your window shade at
Sew waah goods at Cleaver Broa. Ir
For rent Flea r...m BOtteea laqoirt
of M. Compton.
Frogs legs, nice and freah. at
Have your pictures i -
atylee at Murphy's.
New design in wall para
Murphy's pain. Ml
Call and see Craw for bi
recycles a. wHbw'o.
Freah peas, new potatoes, rhubarb,
aeragu. liaw'.-v BTQ4
Latest novel t lea in spr of la. See
window. Cleav.-r llros. Drj U odi Oo.
Oldest pla ' and beat tamalee, at La
Roy'a, cor. Cou-t and Qatdoi street.
Cool and refreshing Bebllti Mil
waukee beer on tap at Hie State saloon.
The latest in bicyclee is the cnthmn
frame. Couiv in and see them.
N. Berkeley ha- in. v. - m- r.ib
town end country proisjftj for sale Bfl
Flower an ! g.i-ii- i d-. I vergr-ei,
sweet corn, hroin,- grass, alfalfa
Haw ley Bros.
Finest hams and lard on the marai-t. i
Home product, trv it. i te guar.int.---..
Bchwart & tireulich.
Yooasj lady desire a situation on
the farm. Do general house work, j
Obm ciM.k. Addreas C. F. Cook'- en.
Spanish chicken tamales are nerved
each evening hOBJ I t. I i in. at
Goedecke Sl Kirkman'f tamale parlors,
opera house block.
Mrs. wa- it, the store yesterday I
and the thought our . in. ol tpriag
gissU Were tin I :: ' m.
Broa. Iry Qoasil Co.
Remember I have a tetter stock of
oil, axle-grease rap), iieltuig and all
other hareeet sonplie than ever !-
lore. P. Mnes. Bs)lll
For liaigee, Jiarue. ett. . we can
format, ctiicken tamale in BBSSMBBf Bf
any hour. You .an have then, re!
bot from the can. Qoedacke A Kirk
man, Palace of S wee la opera bouaj
If you have not dune so already we
ask yon to call and ee our big Btoea
of new wallpaper. BtW'Ibkag B to I
date and a- loir an ten cent r roll.
Paper hanging and painting pr I
done. See (.'. sharp ora house block
The moat complete line of
men's shoe ever shuwu in
Pendleton, our expenence
euabiee u- to give vol. a .ef
fect fit. The styles art .-or-rect
and iioohv. See our
display window and t .-1
get oar prices.
Fendlemii Shoe Co
I ..r I ".liriliK house one
from Main street. Inquire
Oil ha bsM struck on Mr
lln'l farm at TrouMalp in
tjnantitie . cv2
Wanted - A woman for genera! house
m irk. Ani.ly 10 Mrs. J. H Bryant.
The torpedo-boat destroyer QolJjH
isiroiinh. hull' in Portland, exceeded
tlM demanded pee-l on trial at eattle
a'hach. of Wood bum. having
had a license for a saloon tor a veer.
alnaM In .out now that the l-'Wli
I voted no Ii.-enae.
i owing to n change in tin building
I lira, Oampbell will cloee out her
I entire rtook oJ hhmh flioor in the
I mat 80 daya at great bargain.
Thing- that men wear-tin fttj
I peweat am! B least furnishing that
it; b, eonlorf am! d-jrabilty call for
nr. In-re. making o-ir line a W'l one
I bo hnv from at any tinn- I Iba vear.
Liwu:!v tl.ia time. Alexander A
IN EDI CATION Al. CIRCLES
Forty-One Praiant Taking tn Tachrs
I irty-one persons are taking the
teachers' esamiDatiotM at tin court
bouse t day. Tin is tfie largest claa
in point o'f numbers that haa bean
(.resent on MmI an occasion in yearn.
Rat h It, I orbes. president 01 the
Pendleton academy and J. i lerr
principal of the public schmds of
Adams, are agisting J. F. Now I in.
... . , . t . . i . ..
siiperinteti.ient oi acnooi n.r i uisuos
1 counts .1 . "iiducting the examination.
The work will be continued on Thure
dav and Friday.
J H. Aekarman In Psndlaton.
J. H Ackerman, state superinten
dnt of public inatrnction, visited the
tsti ! OfegOB state normal school on
Iut-.H an. I spent tmlay with the Pen-
die ton academy and with the pOblli
-. Ha M making Ins oAl Ktl
Laitl and since lieing in Pendleton a
e.-K ago has visited the public
eboola of Lb Qrtwde and linker Cltv.
Eastern t -eron Taaehtrt.
.- K.teri, Oregon anmaiation of
s.-hooi teacher will meet in Pendleton
. :i i.i November ; iitinui
;n session Tueaday ami waduaadae. the
.'it i, aad Iftb. B. B. Conkiin, prtnei
;.,! of the Pendleton public schools. J.
H A. aerman ami J. I. Noallli are
re of the executive laiard.
Ml SI OBI THE ORDINANCE
Ingineert or the 0. R. a I, Hutt Co
than i- an ordinance on the statute
list . : of PAaadletOB requir
ing trainn on the railroad not to move
tore rapidly than six miles an hoar
i;g through tin- corporate
limits. This law baa been frequently
i iolated by engiueera on the O. R. a
N. lim-. and it i- not unr-anonatile b
attribute several accident on the
HaM Straat .-r.ning IB that fact.
Mayor Vineaat has taken g nuance of
BftBf and ha given out a qoiet
t ; t. tin- BJkjltMfl that six mile an
hour i nlenty awift to travel in Pen
dleton No particular train or engineer
tiagjled out for thia warning. The
x press trains both ways nave repeated
violated the tdiaaaea, with danger
Krrctt Hirki ha liwn BeeetSC
of Canyon City.
.. t nfe and tiroperty. A little quiet ad
. :l,i- nature, it is ttiotight, will
..- !. aciou 11 'tmiping the
fast running of trains, a- some more
onpopolav ami drastic method, auch a
having a city officer arrest ar. engittMr
and take him from hi cab.
Deair of a Lady Heccabee
Mrs. .Teeeie Hutch inaon died at the
family home IS miles below Pendleton
on Monday, April h, aged about 2
at- The funeral toog place from
toe ball of the ldy Maccabees. La
Iiow bloak, on Tiieaday afternouti at
1 eiosk, where the servicee were
i iciucird by Rev. John I'ren, pastor
M K churcb. At the grave,
tery, the servicee were
coiiiu.'tei iiy uie ladle o! June Hive,
No P I.ady Maroalieen, ot which de
ceased had been a member about one
-ear, ami in which the carried an in
Mranea of fincu. The huaband and a
ciiild 1:: daya old survive.
.Mr- .leasle Hiitcinnaoi, tbe deceased
was the daughter of Jesse Fulford, of
Hillgard and ihe wa born in OfBBJOB.
name is Sim Baton la
was alw a niece of Cia
BM Ml lrnitjrc of ins H Plstc-W
1: - I.. mn aaal
Tju gmd - U Aim
C. F. Loieswortnj Injured.
Ai accident happened to C. F. Colee-
rtl ) al I o'eloaa tliii- a(termm at
bil Bbopaiill . orner of Alia and Cotton
that w 11 lay tun. 01 for
-veral days. He war at work around
bopaaill, when he caught hia
r iw tit band in the rolls ami i.ad III
ad I Btangied The middle linger was
split down the back to the bone audi
terribly lacerate.1. wh.ie the third an i
little linger did not escape. lira. I
(.'ole and Vincent sewed up the wounds,
and 11. Iba BOUna of a few month- the
hand will be aa good as new. Mr.
(.'ol.--worthy carries a policy in the'
Daioa Mutual Aid society of Portland,
(mat oh lab he will draw ago.
DjWOBMia ui la- . ii red by using j
v - dys e -in ul ..-t. (liie little
tablet w ill give immediate relief or
r.-fiihih-d. .,id in ksaiUuna
tin boxes at Ki by Brock x McComas.
UQfM 01 Appetite,
and Hhur Eruption-art-
Home of them.
iotWOtl all of
makes the blood
PENDLETON WILL BE IN IT
A BO 3D OF DIB8C TOBS BLECTBD
THE BASEBALL MtiETINO.
H J. Stlllman. R. W. Fletcher. Le
Tauueh. 0. A. Hartman. Jr.. and
. A. Radar Are at the Head.
The hawball meeting last evening in
the conno I FOOtM we such a to cause
the heart of the enthusiast to palpi-tali-
with satisfaction Prank Cinch
was in tin- cnair ami rreo i-raa.- n.
. . . i t- i r ,. u . . .. m .
I rki at
aecretary'n ilek. The room wa- com-
fortahlv rilled with tnoae wno ine.i
t .... Pendleton renreaented Mi Hu
baseball life of the Inland En pin
during the season of Itkil.
The first business transactel was in
reference to the selection of a lard of
directora. A report signal by Robin
W. Fletcher, Clarence Penland. PBJU
Shull and Frank ririch.tbe committee
..iMiiite. at the meetim: Hell rriiiay
.veninu. wa reaH. It recommendiH
that the following five he bJmxbM as a
lvlal of dirrcior to handle the bnsi
nee: H.J. Stillman. president ; R,
W. Fletcher, vice president ; ii. A.
Hartman. r . secretary LBS TMtBCh,
IIBBagllll and M A. Rader. Tka
committee report also gave the beard
of director "power to elect a manager,
who will act with them as the exi- :
tive board of the Pendleton basebB:!
club." The report was adopted, and
the alwive mentioned wen : ml I vidua! !y
bj rota electexl to the pOBltiOtM to
wfiich they nad lieen FBCOm mended,
Mr. Stiilman was escorted to the
chair and Mr Hartman assumed the
portfolio of the aerretarv.
Charles A. Maskrey. Fred Praki and
G. A. Hartman. jr.. were appointed
committee ti draft cnnstif.it n ns and
The ne,Tetar a-
0 Mort Meach and find 001 what his
intention are in regard to returning to
Pendleton and play ing ith the lean
during Hm summer
A collection was taken up, the site
of which indicated that I bare was a
weli-detined desire to see the club a
Question by Stlllman.
I'pon taking the cbair. President
Stlllman said he had a R0B HI ol itte
tion to propounii. and wrtild like to
bare those present answer. The 8rst
was: "Dt MM WOO Bra present wish
to have 'a bias ball teani in Pendleton
this year'"' The aiinwc. --We do."
came 'heartily fr :n all aide. "Will
you assist the boani of directora in
getting up atid maintaining a elol U a'
will be a credit to the town?" "Wi
will," was the general respon- .
"With vour aaaintance, " said the pre-
dent. ' will put a good team in the
field and do our utmost to furnish the
beet sport possible to the tiaseball en
thusiasts ami fans "
Matting Thursday Niuht.
It is proposed to push the
along while there is time, fix in
ground, get tbe suits, gloves, bets,
etc., together, and start the Blob M
with strong financial and mora! sup
port. There i going to he business!
connected with the movement, and
Pendleton Brill have the nn.st .-xper:
team it has had for yi-ars. The n.-x '
meeting will be held at the BOOOCil
room Tnursday evening. April 11. at
h o'clock, at which tinn- Uie eomfiiittei
on conetitotiot! and by -,a " r.-i .
Athena SB, Walla Walla.
Dm tsshurn. manager of the AUmnm
baseha: ti-atl. teifptioneil t. tile I .i-
Oregnnian this morning and gave out
the information that the game at
Athena op -utiday. Apri! vbaa
John 1.. Sharpetein'e Walla Walla
team wi!! bs there, will commence a
1 :30 p. m. Tbe game will be played
under the new rules, which practical!)- :
insure that it will I finished witl in
two hours after comnieiiceiiieiit Ti,:
will give thoee who ui. fr ,m Paadlston
the ..pportunitv of seeing the full nine
tnninga and still be able to return on
ttie train which leave there at -i :.
Boise Professional Team.
Joe Spiegel, a tr-..-.:ng 11. at, of I'orl
land, passed tnr..ugh Pendleton this
morning. He say Boise is putting a
team in tin held that will be composed
largely of prolessn nais from th- east,
the rest of the nine being home play
ers The Boise tesn. wii. - Ibroogl
Pendleton at least once u mouth 01 IH
wsy to spukaue. Wash., and British
A SLCCESSFUL NU8KALE
Kignt) Guests Bntertalned at the Home
of Mrs. J B. Diekson.
At Ibe home of Mra. J. K. Dickson
01. 1 uesday evening, 80 guests llatOtstd
to a mueicale and literary program
ami pasaed a very ph-asant time jrofl
hi'So until 10:lk). Tiie musicaie was
given lor tbe benefit of the pipe organ
fund of 76n that is is-iug encored t.
pay for the hue new instrument or
dered for the Presbyterian church
The hoase wa verv prettily adorned
with cut tlowers. the admission ess.
made a handsome sun. to start the
The program was of vocal and instru
mental number and two reading- b)
Mia LaHarri M-iei-ti..!,- fr.,u J.nin--Wbitcomh
P.iiev ami Paul Laarraaci
Huubar. Mis- Crawford played the
piano numbers. "Cradle lotag,'1
Kjerule, and Chamiuade'a "Scar:
1'ance and the v..a ... w.-r, ren
dered a follow :
"The Dana," and ' Nis tiirm- "
compositions of Chadwick, ' For tliis,"
Toati, and "Nightingale's song.'
-Nevin. sung by Mrs. Pel; ' Iir.au,.,
by Hudley lsuck, ami 'Mv Bed it Like
a Little Boat," of which Koberi I-oui
Steveoon wrote the otda, sung hv
Mat. C H.Carter. Were Mv Kong
With Wings Provided, ' Hahn, and
"Mv Love is Come," Marsails, by
Mrs. Marston "Creole Lover'- -ung."
Dudley Buck. "Dader the Koee,"
Fischer, and "herenade," Nevin, hy
Robert pond "The Battartir'i Iom
Marks, Mr H Diekaon a duet, hv
Mr- lei: ami Mr. Pond. "1 1-ee! Th'v
1 '-m 1 " 1 in, 1 i-n-H, ttmai. and
"The Hermit " Claralex-liendersoi.
and ' Asleep in the Isaep," Lauih
Petire. hy J. B, Latiirop.
The aciomiatniste of tiie evening
were Mrs Parsons, Mrs Marston
Mrs. J. h. DiokBon, Mis htark
weather. After the completion of tiie program,
refreshment were serevd.
It i the intention of Mrs Dickson
to give another musicaie later iu the
spring for the same ol.je, t. The
marked aucceas of Tueedav aeaaiag'a
euteruinuient will cause ail wm w.-r.
present to hsik forward to tn. event
with pleasant ant.
Beading at a. t Lnureh.
At the Thompson street M I.
church on Tuesday evening, Ida fi. ,. 1
Kodkey gave a reading that verv much
pleaeed the audience. Tin- prog ran
included the reading ot sele.-tioii fr.,n
a number of standard author- ami
music by Mr. Cue per, Mis I letel ei
and a quartet.
PB0PLB HKHt KOH A IAY.
Judd deei, of (.'ove, Union county
was in Peudleum this morninK on hi
way u, MiIUjii m epnd a few dav
IwikiUK after matters pertain im u, l,ie
ottce. He i deputy uu- horticul-
tnriat. Mr. tieer stated that an yet he
had lieard BO report of damage tofrnit
M account 0 frflesing, altliongh the
weather in I'nion canity lat night
wan rather fold. After Mr. lieer in
sped the .Milton orchard! more will
lie knOWS an to the condition of the
fnut crop. Peaches are in full bloom
and it i feared that the eoM weather
ha. done damage, but the ner of
fruit tree? of different kinds. a far a
they have IWn interv iewnl. M "'at
no aaaMga ha been done.
ll. A. Van
Amringe. of Tar. mm.
of lot Washington
. ic a gnet of tin
He tatc that ac-
cording to experiments which have
lieen earned OK lor th past three yearn
be the Wanhlngton stale fish c iminis
sioner, eastern OyttaW Will thrive in
Pile": Bound watem ami gr to their
full si'e an rapidly as in their native
Kastem water and attain the same
luscious flavor. Mr. Van Amringe ha
ralwavs Ihimi a Welcome x ieitor in Pen-
melon, ami in nun ma mr nmm
will pot I..- less wi me if the opera
tions of his com nan) In raising oyatera
nhoubl la- a- ---fir a- the ..utlook
the I. a i irar.de
that the mini-
her of hoflH
elces of Tl
ore than ' ,
Roaaburg ami Oregon City offlcei This
aoaerad Btora than 21,000 acrea, ai d
BI lea la'ge tract ol other lands have
been bandied in the I,a (.ramie othce.
He thinks that many of the home
steaders are Iron list nasi, being new
comers to Kb stern Oragon,
Mr. and Mr. K W. P.artiett. ol La
Grande, are goests of too Hotel V v
instructed to write dlaton Mr. Bartlett came over to con
fer OH I'll: iioi- matters with J, H
Toni Milarkey and datbtbttr, Miss
l.izxie Milarkey left recently for "an
Francisco, at which ami other Cali
fornia citie they will visit for a
month or more
THt UMATILLA RESERVATION
lommendailon From Washington for
School and Agency.
that Frank M
the Inilian de
int.- the roinl
her.- and tnai
manner t. blgl
the BOIMlaCi Ol
m v bbI Ingtoe
. ha Bsamlnt !
loan, an.! a
tion. and is
Hs is not
mid ba t n
-ii-.. i. 1. .en- W . : k . 1 1 -. 1- r.
1 :- .i- .11 ni'i .. g. h'. leinan, a In
takes ai earnest interest in i.is work.
Hi services have ne.-i very -atlsfa.
tory ti the ili-partiiit.-nt, ami from
preaent indications, he will he allowed
Dt'.tnie flti '.t-: x The suiierit,-
of the ; ... ;. V. : 1 tat her. is
la- a woman of except nuiai
a lady of refinement, whose
mteres' . 111 :i.i u of tin
Worse Tnan War.
Hundred are killed in war, hat
hundred of thousand are killed by
BOUatUBPtion. There would la- no
deaths at all caused by this terrible
: .- .i :' p. 01,,1 ould la- made i. nn
derstaml tliat Shiluh'a cougli and con
sumption cure is a sure r.-m,-,!-. if takas
in the early stage. S6 cts., 00 ct. and
tl a bottle. Iruggist will refund the
money if a cure 1 not effected. Tall
man V Oo, o-ad'.ng druggist.
SH01 FROM HIS OWN
Lindsay Shelton. or Elgin
j Lindsay Khelton. of Elgin, son of
And Shelton, wa- vesterda) inuml
1 dead uis. ut one niii. trom bOOM, with
I a thumb shot 1 ff and a ho,e thr..iigi
III ImmIv froui the left side of thealslo
: men to the right breast through winch
the discharge from bi shotgun nad
, torn, says tin La Grande Chronicle.
His gun v.a- found unoiit a half a mile
away ami ba had evidently dragged
himself painfully over this distance in
or.i.-r t. react ins roadside before ex
pirlag Bbelton bed pons oal banting
' '-t ,. ai..: wa- t. nm: dea
aimt o Block 111 the afterneeni by
boom bora win. i.ad dlaooverad the
niooily trail. It bnm avidoal -nat be
bad iasen limhing over a log while
dragging bil gun hy tin mossle vfara
tin- gun a.-.- Brnergsd fatal
'""" Hia dog had remained faith
lully witi, inn. and woold Baaraal bbmn
mit the approaci. ..f i,- i.oya t'o the
The deieaseil war a miMiiler of a
large family bj tt. north end of the
county. H,. a BS married last Novem
ber ti a v., iing lady of that BOmmunitj ,
and wa living proflparonalj on a farm.
The ti-.. .'.-eases for which Shilob'a
I Coiisumptim, C ure is especially re. om
niended, are Coughs, Colds, Whooping
Cough, Croup and fonaamption, No
DJiedioina ever made by man is e()ual
to It II, U11V resla-et Sold lll.dr a
jajaitive guarantee. Monev back if it
fails. :;. ,-t- ,io t-ts ami i a bottle
Tallman A Co
It llilt i. aJao.,.1 tvnux tnwli.
Iks BOfaUai arlaal urug ioft
un Court Hlroet
A Cans ot Japanese Anxious to Barn
geeaeal of the Japanese laborer em
ployed on tl e O. R. A N. . while tak
ing a vacation, went ont hunting on
McKay reek on Monday and killed a
number of jack-rabbits. Tbe saw a
badfar, also, but did not know what it
was. The next day. Tnes-iay. a party
of atw.nt U were out on the same
kind ol an BSCBralon. and. while at
t'hnrles t'hai inan's place, talked with
him on the hunting, proposition. They
! were informed bj Mr. Chapman that
there wa a boOBty of 2 on each
covnte killed. They told Mr. Chap-
!tnan a!mt having seen the badger the
preceding day. hut BappoBBO it was a
eoyote, BOt being familiar with
American animals, and when informed
of the bounty became greatiy excited
I be) wanted that badger, no they could
collect the lauintv. They told Mr
'Chapman thev cotilil get it. if thev
1 had a hove!.' Mr. Chapman sent his
boy to the house ami got two shovels
atd the Jans d isapjieared over the
btoa Ol the hill, hunted up the hole in
tbe ground la winch Ibe badger bM ,
disappeared and went to work.
They Worked Industriously
Two would shove, industriously lor a
law li mutes, and would then be re-
lieved by two others. They worked
ith a wil!. but thai knew m-thing 01
reserve force ill a badger. As B
matter ol tact, when it CO met to bur
rowing throOgh the earth, the badgei-i-
u dalSJ It kicks Bp the dirt and
fills the holes as It travels through the
ground, thus throwing ita lollowwn off
the track. After the Jai'anese had
spaded np groanorenoagh f..r a fair-,
garden, without coming any
Barer the badger. aptrently than
they were when they con meiiced. and
Iter having expended several hours of
timi ami BSCil muscle, they com luded
that the badger was safe, gave up the
chase, took iiack the shovel and re
turned to town. It is imt afe to men
t mil badger p. these Japatiene They
Is This Plain Bnough.
If yor. have a natftfnii: cough ami are
j Baah. go to a ilrnj: store, and
fet a Nittle of Shiloh's Consninpt ion
ettra. Take two-third ol it, and then,
:f you are not bstssflted. return the
! the druggist, and he will re
turn your money, len't that lair? So
out could ask more. 2fi't..ft0 ct.
and fl a hottle. Tallnian A Co., lead
Annual Parish etlng.
The annual parish meeting of the
Church of the liedeemer will la- held
in the church this evening at ' :'M
. 'clock. This is the meeting at winch
tin vestrymen or trustee of the cor
poratkM are elected to erve for the
Bosning yar. ResortB of aAaava ami
other huine will be dienoeed ol at
tbt -.1110- meeting A full attendance
oi men. her- of the i-otigreagtion is i-x-pactad
Fire, Life, Accideut, Plate tilaae, etc,
on Ci'v and County Property,
j Real Estate
Improved ami PniajuawajBd Citv ii
htock Kancher am! Wheat Farm
J. R. DICKSON,
Kaat Oregonian liuildiug
I8.S0 to M Delivcreu
Order of us aad save money
'irder fur liubber 8 tarn w,
LAST OKE(jON1 AN PUB. CO
I'l 'i I'NUKh cm
on stielva. n.lla. or
wrai.Liliiv i. ...
uiu uawspauef, lu large
bundle, ol nut- hundred
en at It- ctuu a bundle
THE BADGER "H aai --a
Owl Tea House. ,N 10
jj Facts worth
j; Knowing jj
In.it I have am ST I i
i n.-w and fSecond , '
Ca am them and ! i
IS' i I lin ed. , i
c v cmmi r:
Court Street. 5
ST. JOE STORE
tist received frotri the larr;ist innnu(acturcri n tne
east the prettiest fine ol SHIRT WAISTS, DRESS
SKIRTS and UN PKRSKIRTS to he found in this
nt Ladies, call ana
wish to buy or not.
You can't affor.l t. buy a tailormade suit until vou
have MM our line for BEAUTY, SVTLE and FIT
They IN DOt equaled anywhere. This is the general
bxpreggion ot those Who have examined theni.
Our Press iooiis Sale, with Linings free, will con
tinue until Saturday night, April 13th. Many are
taking advantage f sale, why not you, reader, also.
E. ! LYONS A CO.,
The I p-to-Date Honae.
potanc. 4.oet Power. Nlehl
n ancrfi cm yi'-.i'.. vrtrninqi a m laa. una.
hlbt, Hsncliici e Linl.tne.ia to Marry, toss of
O' Con"i-ip.-itUin, Stuns Ou'ckn.s. of Ola-
voue Taitctuni ol ti.uaa. '
rfi.-A.lci, aitS s Uun. C.
I a V I e tn Tli.i.
( urtain l'ule-. EHotttMf
Ifirron, Baby oabt,
I rOCeVrtt, Ktc,
fJudartakiug parlor in connect i-ni
Ila.il II BI I Iff ' t,sa.
bbBb aw5 1-
Best Babbitt Metal
For line shafting and all
bearings of machinery
ot the mill or factory it
cannot he surpassed : : :
NEWLY El KNISHKIi
BAK IN mi M,i " K
IN CENTER OK Itl.ncK
BET. ALTA A WEBBHT8
X. SCHEMPP, Prop.
Locust Hill Rabbitry
and Poultry Yards
Pedigreed Belgian Hares
and pure bred I owls.
Hares, 6.UU per pair, $. oacdi
harresl, Buff, ami White Plym
outh Kocke I vj o.oo isr 15,
nm for So IJU; alao some
barred Kock eggs at $1 .50 per
Hia and Single Comb Khodc
Island tteds KKK"IU'.tK),M,r lft,
Bitting (or lo.isj.
Visitors welcome. For further
InfWt BBal 111 addreea
iook inem over whether
I s 1 . -cr y Trail t.y ta lcw7v?aa
can la .4d an. I -
Loat n - - ' " dW
see, Bnnrmntorrhooa lnsomaTZ"vnl
t-ame aeck. Ner.Z-TBil
Aodrose, Bishop Remouy Co., tan r
tin sssia re v f 11 wi -
You're worth a million to tm
"Tlint. 1 1 .ai.l ul.a 1 1 I
aie hip og,
nt at it ami I will go ami hnr
lea nptodate furniture."
Al llader's. o
ml Webb street."
course. ,.,mer k,
050 DAKVEAU. Pi-op.
Elegantly Furni bed Steam k
I ur p-ag Plan
Itl ck unJa half from desstl
Sample Room in connectle
i h i:
del 1 ei
Office, Pendleton, or.
k LUCKY MORSEiNOi
, .., . .. ...... vour kei
ii Is put on riijlil ami uie ins
ll a. aiiaMins Lou lo travel
W lieu your . arriag-e aetl- r
lMillil.na afl..r Wi.ilu... ra.
ur ln, mill we will n. II St "
want to hire
K so all or adfite
...ur ttanta will Ii so-
ed tu fstOMrTl-V
C. F. COOk'b
MAIS AM' ALMA
lull Un. ..I Claraura LoOfS
and Smoker Arti
NICK CLUB ROOM-
aWV w. wauk,
l i'iidleUin, tlregou.