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MONDAY, AI'UII. 18, I'MI.
Oant afford to buy shoot tint hurt jrOU
for yon spend two thirds of JfOUr I i f in
them. NO shoes. iu matter at whilt
prion, ran fit Bora rafortabljf, more
naturally, mH' graceful 1) than the
Shoes- for Won ion .
Tim nntii.nl woman 'l font i tin'
"ihieen (Jnality" LMt, That i the
immb tbeoo obooe aeod no "breaking
in." They feel us comfortable as a
st. i. Uiil' from tli moment your foot
Practical Hoot iiii'l Bboe Mm,
HHK V I TIKS.
World or Journal. V. d f ' -.
Try Putton's ic cream chocolates.
Bicycle, recycle, bicycle. Withce
KariyOliioH.nl j . .t ni at llawh'v
New wash goods at Cleaver Itm. lr
1 i- Co.
Buy your window shades at
For rent Six room house. Inquire
of Hal. Dickson.
Have your pictures fr.umi! late-t
style at Mii'phy'a.
New designs in wall papor at
Murphy's paint store.
Candy, nice and fre.l every da'., .it
Call and iw Crawford bicycles- and
recycles at With a.
Kreli 'ac, ueu potatoes, rhubarb,
asparagus. ilawl. lit'
Latest novelties in ipring gi di Bee
window. Cleaver Hro- I r Uoodl Co.
Oldest place ami - ta:n .r I..
Roy's, cor. Court and Qerden -t r. -.-t -
Cool and wfimhlm -.blitz Mil
waukee beor oit tap a I be BUite Mloon.
Ladies' latliH,at Mr- Alice Smith's,
corner Webli and ('.ittonw I Mr. . I-.
The latest in hi. v. ie.- i- the cushion
frame. Come in ami mo them.
Call us up over telephone if you
want nice hot tamales t.odeeke ' .v
N. Berkeley ha so very desirable
town ami country property for mil
Finest hams ami lar.l mi the market.
Home product ; trv it it- guaranteed.
Hohwarr. 0 iirciilich
Vial cottage and chicken loaf, fancy
lunch goods, unii everything you bom
for outloor lunches. Ilawlov Urns.
Bock lier, cool ami ihdicious, (from
Betz' brewery, on ta at the bOOm,
Jolin Schmidt's salis.i. on Mam street.
Mm, was in I he store yesterday
and she thought our m ol spring
Itouds Win M nicest in town. Cleaver
Bros. Dry (ioods Co.
Kemetnber I have n Is'ttor stock of
oil, aile-gre.isc rope, belting ami al:
other harvest supplies than ever h
lore. 1. hones, Helix.
Owing to a change in the building
Mrs. Campbell will close out Iter
entire stock of summer inilnurv in the
next 30 days at great bargain!.
We have many time- boasted al the
beauty of our line ol men .- neckwear,
but never with an great oonfldenei u
we boast of our present stock. Her.- i
a line of rare beauty, Mo, 6oc and 75e,
Alexander .V Huxtur.
Try our tufty camlies, latest llavors.
(ioilecke A Kirkman.
At Bailer's furniture store is the
llnct line i f rugs ami matting.
Automatic refrigerator ami water
coolers at Bailer's turnitiirc store.
Window shades, nirtain poles, mir
rors etc., at Under' furniture store.
Pendleton lodge, No. OS, A. l'. & A.
M., will be bora at 7:80 this evening.
Work in the M. M. degree.
The seventh large hipment of Bam
bltT and Ideal bicycles was rcctdved
todtjr by B. W. Hotelier, the Rambler
Win. McKay lost a hnckskin purse
containing n 1-0, and a fi-gold piece,
ami 25 cents. Kinder please leave
with Kee Moorhnuse.
A suite of rooms in the Kast Ore
gmiian buildint, hot and cold water,
batbrisiin, for $11 a month during the
rammer. Apply at the Kast (iregoman
Negotiations are pending for excur
"ion rates between PofldlotOO and
Athena on Sunday, April II. to give
I'emlletouians an opportunity to wit
the baseball game between Walla
Walla and Athena.
If you have not done so already we
ask you to call and see our big took
of new vallpaMr, Kverything up to
date and as low as ten cents per roll.
Paper hanging and painting promptly
dOMa See C. Sharp, oera house block.
Miss Katharine K. Oliver will read
"The Sky Pilot" this evening at the
Prefbyterian church. The doors will
he opened at " :.'it) o'clock. "It is
doubtful if Miss Oliver bus an etial in
character interpretations." A treat i
in store for those who attend, and
those who niiss it will regret the lost
Some person ha been polouing dogs
and ntts in Last I'emlleton. The latest
animai to eat the unhealthy fond was
a dog, the property of (ieorge Maple.
It was half Scotch terrier ami half
oockef spaniel, ami was priited by its
owner, who gives it out cold that if
the dog jsiisoner should be discovered
fie will rOOOiVt ?r. punishment.
The MaaotOJf Trio concert at the
Baptist church on Monday evening,
April lft, commencing at s o'clock,
lof genuine entertainment, noble in
spiration, spiemiid harmony ami
magnificent impersonation, i a combi
nation hard to appall Their entertain
monl is a senium and a lecture which
will be greatly enjoyed. Admission,
16c, children, 15c.
DEATH OF MRS M. MARSHALL
Oecurrad In New York City on Saturday,
Mrs. Matilda Marshall died in Nog
York cltv on Saturday, April 18, aged
M vears.' Hhe had Mil Portland on
RaftOT Monday. April h, and had been
in New York no more than one day
at the time ol her death. During a
part of the winter, she was in Pen. He
ton, and went to Portland for a time
before leavinulfor New York.
The Dowa oame to Pandlatoti in a
telearatn received b K. P. Marshall
from MIm Anna Marshall on Saturday
avanlaa at 4 180 o'clock. Miss Marshall
and her mother have made their holm
in New York for sometime.
Intelligence of the arrangements lor
the funeral has not yet reached Pendle
Mrs. Marshall, a native of the Knst.
came to Oregon about 30 years ago
and lived for the greater part in Pen
dh'ton. During a portion of the tilm
she livrd at Pilot Bock. Shu ha
manv friends and lelntives in Pendle
ton ami elsewhere in 1 1 mat 1 1 la county
who remember her as an estimable wo
man and one of those who were of th
conmanv of tiioncers in this region
She hail suffered from ill health for MV
come in gmsl condition on the new
grass. It is probable that lii.ntM)
cavuses will be laughterid this year.
If is estimated that there are from
ftflO.tHKI to 1,000,000 CH.vnse ponies
ranging over country tributary to this
market. A stockmen are very anx
ious that these horse should he driven
away to preserve the rangeH to cattle
and sheep, and as Oregon horse incut
has found favor in Sweden ami Nor
way, on account of the fact that it. is
the only horse meal produced under
the same conditions that cattle and
sheep are rinsed for fond, it is proba
ble that tlie Kinnton abattoir, wln. ii
so far has not proved remunerative,
may be kept running lor some time.
FRANKLIN COUNTY LANDS
l'ortv-one teachers took the examin
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of last week for certificates to 'teach.
Thi' examining board, consisting of J.
W Nowlin, county superintendent of
-tool-, ev. I-. 1,, Korbes, president
' the I'emlleton academy, ami J. K.
(.'berry, principal of the Adam public
. hoola, have boon busy Saturday and
today grading the paper's. The list of
- i -'tul applicants will be announced
on Tuesday lorenoon, April It).
Saves Two Prom Death.
"our little daughter iiad an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
it- " writes Mrr W. K. llavi-
land, of Annonk, N. Y., "bin, when
al: other remedies failed, we saved her
life with Dr King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who hail consumption in
an advanced stage, also used this
womieriui ineiiicim- ami tisiav she is
pertecth well." I lesperate throat and
lung di-ase yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as io no other nieiliciue on
earth, lnlnllihle for coughs and colds
"sic and $1 bottles guaranteed by Tall
man A Co. Trial bottles free.
BREACH OF PROMISE CASE
Jetton Lommsnesd by Mollis Parry
Annum M. H. Ulllett.
i npers were tiled in the county
cl.-rk's otlu'e on Saturday evening bv
Mollie Perry, being rt complaint
against M. H. (iillett for f l'J.UOO
. i. image tor breach of promise. Mrs
terry in iter complaint alleges that
the ilelendunt in Decemlier, l'.SH),
a-Kcu her f. p.. in- We, and that shi
consented She came from Tenim.
Washington, on his representations and
made tier home at his house until
Uarcll n, when Mr. (iillett re-married
hi- wile, from whom tie Iiad previously
been twice divorced, urn I plaintiff hal
to leave ner home at the Olllett rest
" me ii.nry r, . t'other i .ittornev
lor the plaintift ami .lames A. Fee for
the .lelemlant. Mr. (iillett is a wealthy
: inner Maiding six miles south of Pen
dleton, and is prominent.
To aoeOBimodatl those who are uar-
tial to tin- urn., of atomizers in applying
i. j. ii. i- inn. in. nana parage). ,,r
caiarrnai irouuie, tlie proprietors
loepnre i.iy i.i,uni cream Ualm.
. .e. luwiwian me spraying lube is
' cents. 1'ruggists or by mail. The
liquid emljodiei. the medicinal prop
er! i. m of the solid preparation. Cream
Kalm is uuickly absorbetl by the mem
braiie and iloes not dry up the secre
tions hut change- tliem to ., natural
and healthv character. Kly Brothers
M Warren St., N. Y.
Tlie most complete line of
men's shoes ever shown in
Pendleton, our aspafiaaao
enables us to give you a per
fect fit. Tlie styles are cor
rect and nobby. See our
display window and then
get our prices.
Pendleton Shoe Co.,
Hxcunlon to Athsna.
In response to the urgent demand
excursion rates will prevail on the O.
R, o. N. between Pendleton and
Athena on Sunday, April 21. A. L.
Craig, general passenger agent of the
road, ha authorized the statement that
the tare for the round trip will be 7ft
cents That is the date upon which
the Athena and Walla Walla baseball
club will play a game. This will bo
the Orst meeting of the two teams and
crown oi iuu or so will
watch them come together.
go up to
Hot Lske Excursions.
The 0. B. A N. Co. has made a rate
oi f.,.a, roMioton to Hot Lake, In ion
county ami return. Tickets limited
to in days. Apply at 0. B. & N. ticket
Alex Drysdalc is in Pendleton today j
from Walla Walla.
Robert Katet left Saturday for North
Yakima, where he will remain for
eight months. He will move Ins
Cha. K. Hicks, , alitor of the Arling
ton I n. I. -c.-i, .lent spent Siimlav in Pen
dleton and went to Walla Walla this
in. 'runic lor a day's visit.
Harry S. Watson, an express inessen
ger, has returned to his home at Ta-
coma after having vi-ot..l in I'endl
ton. He left Saturday evening.
Mis Kida Neil, "hell., girl" at th
Milton central lolpohOM 0000, visiled
her parents, Mr and Mrs. .lames Neil
on Saturday ami Sunday ami n 'turned
home on thi" morning's train.
('. K. Hugger and W. H. William-,
of the Indcpi'iiilem e mining company
of which T. ('. Taylor is president,
ban gone out to the mining claim- at
Mountain Home, :U mile south oi
A. B. McDonald, of upr McKay,
was in remiieion t-atnritav ami left ol
home Bundaj forenoon. He was ace n
panied by his son Clem, aged about
nine years, who fell ami broke bis
arm recently while playing.
1. II. Bingham and T. II. Holbrook.
of Portland, representing the Itiughan
latud .V Irrigation comMiiv. which has
considerable land near Umatilla an
in Pendleton today, conferring will
oiner uieinncrs oi tin- company regard
ing the itevelopment ol the property
Walla Walla correspondence to the
Ss)keMiiaii-lieview : .Mr. ami Mr
Peter Bmlio are in the citv a- guest
of their son John, en route to their
home at Pendleton from Santa Barbara
. .I . ..
v ai., wnere tnoy nave spent tlie win
ter. Inev are think ing of removing h
W". J. Clarke is in Pendleton, whicl
city ne win make In- permanent
Home, ami carry on business at .'o.
t ourt street, the lirm being W. .1
l larke fc to., dealers in hardware W.
A. Johnston, of The Dalles, ih Mr
Clarke' partner. Mrs. Clarke accom
pan led him to I'emlleton.
Miss Ag::es latin-, of Meacbam, left
satunlav for Portland. whence -h. will
go to l.iiffab. to remain during tin
ix month of the Pan-American ex-
poKiuoii a one 01 ine uregon press
iiureau memiiers. .Miss l.aue will send
an occasional letter to the Kast Or
goinan giving accounts ami descriptions
oi interest to i iregonians
llonmseekers Sinking Claim
Irrigation Not Nscssnry.
Walla Walla. April 1ft. -W. 0.1
Ray lot returned yesterday from a trip ;
into Prank I In county where he has,
baafl for several dav 'iirveving lands
for sale to homesookort. He tells of a I
rapid drive be made yesterdnv morning
iron ! ishhook terry to tin city, a oi-- ,ig catches
tam e oi about to mile, a team ol
horse- Is'ing the motive power lie
left the ferry at Bt80 a. m( and was
sitting down to luncheon al bis home
in thi city at 1 180 p. in.
"We made the dust lly 1 can tell
you," Mr. Sayles said in speaking of
lis i,,i. . transit oyer the plains.
"The roads are in the best condition I
have ever Been them and there is
nothing to keep one from going as fast
as the DOfH can trot all the lime.
"There are many homeseekers slak
ing out claim- in the northern part of
I ranklm county and there will be a
boom in that county within the next
year which will exceed anything that
has ever before been seen in the sand
belt. The settler claim that if the
land in that section i properly culti
vated it will grow g I wheat and they
mean to do all that the farmer can to
make the venture a success. They do
not think irrigation to be a necessity
ami say they have seen good w heat
grown on poorer soil in manv plains
Of course the land is not like that in
the Walla Walla valley but it is the
best there i- vacant in the state and
will he valuable in tin ven thoiiuh
it may not he at present.
"If it were possible to obtain water
on that soil there is not the least
loubt but that fruit of the lines) could
he grown without trouble as it is the
kind of land that raises the best of
peaches along the Snake ami Columbia
river where there is mean- ol irriga
tion. Anway the census of I raiiklin
county in years from now will show
a great increase over what il is at the
WILL PLANT mm) FISH
Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout and Gray
ling for the North Fork.
J, R, Kranse and family Ipenl Sun
ilnv at North I'ork and returned OK the
night train. Mr. Krause is a director of
the Oregon Fish and Game Association
am! hi- object In going to North Fork
at this time was to superintend the
construction of a sled to convev 1ft'),
IKMI Bainbow trout, brook trout and
gravlihg from the North Fork section
house on the 0. R. & N. railway to
different points along the stream,
where (hay will be blunted about the
middle of May. '1 bese fish will be
batched nt the Clackamas hatchery
and are being planted bv the Oregon
l ish a Game inaoolation ami the o.
IB. A N. railway. It is impossible to
transport the fish satisfactorily in a
wagon or oilier conveyame. They come
in large tin cans and can be transferred
ion a sled without getting badly shaken
Salmon Took the Splnnar.
Mr. Krause says that the North I'ork
creek is too high, cohi ami miikv lor
at present. He bad an
excit ing experience mi Sunday, wind
WM lots of fun for a few seconds. Mr
Knraee bad become tired of tishmg for
trout, so put on a spinner with a big
bait mid cast into a likely looking
rillle for a salmon. He was't really
expecting anything of the kind, hut. a
aluiou about three feet Ioiil' grabbed
the bait, yanked 10 or 80 feet of lint
off the reel and nearly took the pole.
Helore he had time to iletiate the 0,000'
lion, the salmon snapped off bait ami
pinner and got awav. Mr. Krause'
little boy aekedl "Will the fish eat
the -pinner."' Ills father replied that
"tin lish would eal it. and not mud
tdse, for several davs. "
ofter n bonus for a new
U0KS INTO KISHINo.
Candlsx Buys a Schooner and
Will Catch Salmon
N. Mc( 'audio--, oi Klleiisbnru'.
Wash., with whom Seth Hear is as-o-
iated in the general iigeucv of the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance com
pany, is thus mentioned in the- Walla
Walla Statesman :
'F. V McCamlless, brother-in-law
of Prof. L. F. Anderson, of this city,
and well known in Walla Walla, has
."ven up the insurance business al
Blloaebarg, and al in the future en
gage in salmon h-hiug.
He ha- chartered a schooner, which
will sail from San l-rancisco in a feu
lavs, carrying lumber, machinery ami
a torec of -men to a point on the Hehr-
liig sea side of tin- Alaskan peninsula,
where there is found a suitable place
for such a business. The catch o: this
year will be salted, but by another
season be will -have comnlelnl a
innerv and expects the enteri.ri...
: 1 1 il ! . , , . . . .
win is- wen e-ianil- ie. Mr. A .
Oandlaei win go u, Aiaaka in June t
give i" ine work hi- per-oii.ti super
ST. JOE Sfoi
Ylm.l.'i TfiptcHflv anI U
",v""";' . wiiu Cane
April 15th, 16th and i-,tk
We will have a snecinl ata
r USJC gj
( ui Julia Mario is tin
iililc ladi(;s slior: on the
will ko (lutiiif; sale at 3.75
market. On. s col
.''I 'lU .-
cur men's Walk-in, .h'lk
market fm the price, worth ..
this sab' lot $ y.. Otti ladie'a Nordica th
$2.5" will go at this sale for Jla.oo. ' 108,1
All other grades in Proportion
E. M. LYONS & CO
si. 1 m ! fc 1
takers of Low Prices.
Uncle Sain t lls him to steer toward
Raders Furniture Store
Mam gag Webb streets, Pendleton, 0reg(
Whtrg he can gtt oat of tlrose nice
Qolden Oak Rockers at $2.25 before they
M ! I ' -s
Owl Tea House.
The quarantine at th Davis
Flossie Iiavie, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. 0i I'. Iavis, win. has had
smalliiox for more than three w.
was able to he out Satunlav lor
nri tune, hhe has been practicallv
wen ior a weog, hut tin- quarantine
was not raise.l until that day ami all
danger oi a spread of the disease has
passed ii,. was quite a sick gir
" iur mree nays, mil is
only siightlv marked.
v 'il .a i
cearn al ol ti,.,-, simleiits I., to..
nunil.er ol live or six who were at St
Joseph s hospital and were transferred
10 anotner l milling have recovered and
nave gone to their respective homes.
Among them was Miss Julia I ... I,,-
The school is running along as though
uothiug had happen. .1
I her.- Here tor.-., case of , in, .III,.,,
at the I'eters home on Tuslin street
Mr I'eters and the two little girls.
.Agnes I'eters" case vva- prohahlv tin-
Mwmt i .i . i.i ... , . I i.
....... -.v.."u..ii . i.i nn.- ueen in I en-
neion. niie was considersl to Ml ,,
iangerous condition. hut U ml
well. The uuarantimi there will i...
raised within a few davs.
state of vmir feelimrs am
of your haaXth a- well. In,
l make.i Itaali appareal In i
-..ii.... i k i ,
-.iiion . oil! Ol :t.. . Illllil. i-
Hid .-km eruptions, if yi i are feoliiui
weak ami worn out ui i .1.. nt h.iv.. ,
heallhv llbls-araiuv. VOU slnmlil trv
rVekor'a MIiskI Klixir. It cur,- iii
IiIihmI disiase- when- cheap Sarsa
barillas ami oallod purnier- fail,
Knowing tin-, we sell every l-.ttle on
a isisltive .'iiaraniee Knr s,l.. i
ltrivk it Mi Dial
u ath is gigeeteg.
Uoh l.iiuisey is verv low at one nf
the hospilals al Walla Walla Will.,.,..
Davis received a lelenhmie n,. .....
from the att. iidinLi nhv Nll'llftlt nil Sun.
Jay Mini ainithiT tlii- lllori.ili.y i.i
which the condition ,,f tin patioal
is si.ueii as lie iiu ex rem,, v . su .
wiin scarcely a chance for
'a I .
A JAP THIS TIMU.
Um oi appetite,
and Other Erujitioiih
are some of thoin.
(-'urrectri all of
taakm the blood
TALLMAN & CO.
Klllad Naar Counlv Linn h-
The strip of Morrow countv hurder-
lllg on the t). It. A N niilr..a.l .....
duce.1 another victim this w.-..L n...
lead man this time em.. .. I... ...i...
had ielt I'ortlaml with A. r4ii- ui oil....
Japs lor l uiatilla Junction to do some
repairing, Hays the llenpner Tunes
At Stokes sidiuu one of fl... ul i
eyed gentlemen, T. lkatini, wanted to
gei uil i lie oilier side of the train
ook a .hort iyet long cut hy crawling
through under the cars. Just then the
wain Biarieti and t ie Jan hi
Ii. .. i i- -f,. .-i'"""""
...... , aiur , mail i, ii i- i.
wssj awnn iiai as a pancake, ami luH
brains ,if anv WtTt' -f- , if., I H.
rilr.,M.I I... BH"
.. . ,,,, nun,, instance. I'm
fi . l II... I .
. hvwvoot s jury, consisting
I Vi Vi . I." Whities,
lee. Matlock. Nick Will,,, ..i ... ... '
-Manning, Alhert and Ton, Jt,Uu'.
son was in accordance with the above
lacts, and it exonerated the railroad
i'.iriiniii.u li li ..
,,, all ,aiiie in the matter.
THK HOHSI. gjgal CANNKHY.
0mana for tlie Produet Caus.s Kaolory
to Start Again.
The horae ahattoir at I.mnton
which was shut down last f t ;
?Wo, .a!! ' A8''0" "r HO. tit
UrOfOnUn. As conditions are more
avorahle now for its success" o e ,
l oe kept Uffi
were eft",. K
... ... llul ,IIIW U)at stl ,.k
who, ranges were being eaten
by them were very anxi.'i- , Have It
resume boataggg, As there , t better
demand than ever for Oraonn lT .
nuoui bui liave been MM n frr.i., !..
ranges and disused of n i .
t.nny weather' T ri . . "
tendunev i ui... n -nil nana
j ... lMt, ,,011. .i.i,,
M more will be Z Z ,, '
i.rs..ii ti... ""I'peii lor
ri -'j t"D auaitoir will h.
.oil or it.',, .....
Prsildent Prolsrs a Drive.
1 . l VI . II.. t II ir . ,.
7 "" ". "I'm io. me o oh
lllU tid...f r,. ... .- - 1 1 I . mm
m - I, i - , I'll.. 1 ,
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Jacob oau enairman of the general
loiiiiiimee on reception and entertain
ment nt tbe president ami pre-nlcntiul
walnngtoli. Anril I:'. l
tlmt. B.ll. D9.l. ', .
i , " ".in.i - curnisi. ccreiurv
ortelvoll or. ,.p,i ... .. I 1.1 a
r'-'s.ii. ... pifsitn-iii H t.j.
tartainment belore .irii fa .) BH
so,,,, as possini,. president will
i ...... i . ll .....
inroiign tbe citv In
'"i" tie cannot reoeive the
Kiepuou coiiimittee helore a rival
W, L J NKs. "
When Summer Cmes Aain.
and you are tempted to banish heavy
carpets to oblivious mini, yon will
turn with gratefulness to the nigs and
mattings of which we have lain in a
gisid supply. The patterns ami colors
will appeal to your taste for the
beautiful, our prices In your desire to
he economical Our rope nirt iers and
Arabian luce curtains are drea iih of
beauty, fall line of wall paper just
Main street near hridgn.
W. D. H ANSFORDl
Dealer in HARDWARE, K)VE8,BJ
w ii;i. miki.k HARDWARE, TUMI
I'l.UMBING A SI'KCIAI
H01 Main Street, Pendleton,
A LUCKY HORSESHOE.
mn eat i- iiii . mm aaaa your i.,r
I m on riKlu (ml mv aim nmilori as
WSII eiisl.liiiit In in io travel will.
wn.ii your carriage nvnls repniruiK or r.
lanibiis .Iter Wnilur'. r.... . ...
..ur .i..,. aii.l n wdi u,Hk. li nml u nu t
Itail Steal ;i Man's Time
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Joseph Ell, Prop.
lutw-J! II 'hvs
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alii or in
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which time the poU.eMwlU have U,:
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youriWsaad aiotar itarawaie.
l"l'n.r prliv.1 .rUK ,.ore
Court eircel, lornierlv
Farmers Custom Mill
rred Waltera, Proprietor.
Cspaciiy, itu barrel, a aay.
iour suU4iBe.i ,or wlle4
IN POUNlt-TJM rOLLOWING Di
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one blue horse. br.u Ii'ii 1 1 ' .i"'""'"
'"" Houl.il .houi.n.V Bi1?5?f -f?.. e
pound, tn. sorrel horVo ViuVs Tf, ' 7, "
lace, brand.-1 JH . "?'lV I
weight U.l You ,ur,u' "'"-'"''"'"'ItT
braude.1 JH tStSLESPS' .. "'"',
.ihl.bou.lft; '. . '.. " .houl.ler,
ro,, in Ml r. brT Ih "i ;"l" .H.or
left shoulder, mlilu . , T T ""
grey uisie br.u.ie.l iuT .. " K' " ""-
.hoiil.Ki. ,,.,:,', :"""rl''J "li left
msre, l.n.ii.ie.1 1 1( ,eoii,iei -ii .' ' '"rr1
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.ler. uei.hi TJ.... ... cl on ielt thoul
mar. br.uVle.tJk .... W.t' ' ou?' ".,,
u.r, Height .bom So ZZZTJ: waul
ami toll. br.n.l...i M,T"r: ."' . war
boulder, waiThtflJi ?V ' u"
Ware. br.uUeljH ,7.;.r nj ,u",:. '.'"'
ler, wei.hl .bom "'.. ' "n ll't thoul
wiaght T.T V. Shouliler
araaiud in ....jt. j7-.T' "- ua.
lit i, ....... JT. . . r
weight aboul itrV" " "alder
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aboul Iiu. tsuiiua
e hay hor. bramled o hiu. ,,,.rL.r
1 '" '' "'..I. ii, 011 .,,( " ''''" ,'iaarie.
IMjumla. ' gal aboul 7uu
' uijf, weight
wiie nrowu aorn., bramied
circle uudsr it ami M on
aboul suj oouu.l.. "
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on lell .boulder w. ZI', W
On.. J . . . .0".ul IIW pouudl.
wue Ijui kukln m. ...Ti ' ..""'. i"""""
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aouldsr, weight boui
weight aboul ul,, Viiul'li ou Moulder,
ws gin about llfio runiu1'11 OM'leVuM.r
U "AXlUUNi City uriil4j
Locust Hill Rabbitry
and Poultry Yards....
'ciliXreU Belgian harea
and pure bred I'owig.
Ilarus fr,.uo pur gj
HarrtHl, Huff, and White 1'J vus
outh Rooka-KgM 12.00 per 16,
I sitting for gTi.tJO; Ihw ,.
liarred Kuck ajp at $1.50 (t,r
Bogg and SiK Co,,,,, Kodt.
Island Hedg- KKKh f.'.tMJ pr 16,
Rtiap for roo.
UitOfl welcome For further
1 ' "Melon, Oregon.
Hricek Kial.i .
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Wood nice aim dry. I
OSgg rear of Kavimjii Hak
rssp-groN, . . ultawK
ST O R A f?c
Yard on ttrMJ
Oppueite Hunt I
We are ire.arwl to I
in the lumlHir lius an
prices Ui be as clMli. I
than uthers. W
line of Disirs, Wil
well to sc. ui bae
orders. We ala cadfg
Kir winal. 1'howl
I. U. Hay
New Vork 5taJ
c ..... i astraal,
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