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tnftl itVleB Ml new, uiroei irom .ow 1 orK I sic lory.
Prices 50c, 75c up to $l.98c.
WHEAT PRICES ARE HIGHER
worth, fob no. i club in
TON 4 CBNTt.
I .jv-t'.i Oy express new mir
win Peteri will be pleased
of walking gloVW, Miss
to show you this lint
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
& tin t t at i ikti
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fiur .(it mniAiacK
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i..ui ifnririii if liit. rlatiVfs
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. i 1 .it aier niMiit liy u AM
peculiar man. tMWalll Willi
. .. ' I u t I. ufitaintrie I f 1MB
Hill M. r Blf'Ul uir v we e. . .
I ti . .1 mm . ,,ut Knit Ira at Bnllittll
m.t tuiftitipiiiiiP of hi iif itfhtiorfi.
i J . a", . I.am.ift in air i i .
a-birh was ldoin interrupted by
residing near bun. There were
in (act when those acquainted
i lit peculiarities Ivel one
l chance ( I' . tig a U in cheater
It tv nTiiii ng t.Ki suddenly upon
limits if the premises. Within
Lmn. lanes of hi domain o( fee
i he fancied himself "lord of all
Talked About Hit Ouni.
.. ... ni.nl iti tliM l-ur.rilla Lflllltt
how they were loaded
. i i . . . . i .
Mani upon tot rieeriiy iui
be sal i tiw them against any
II Nl t'l'll. o." , I'll.i tm ntr
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111 fact, It 11 Mll he himself
t Ini" iloath even
. . - ufi lna titrm have tieeti
Ii the hope that mime of
II, trill I er" II 'llir-i ill till
ii. l i ,r relate that he hud a
- against Conatser. When
RMIttd it, the debtor had U
u l.i H'ket, tint he asked
' - ' Map off a ttat Pack, and
iri. iik me ni'inr. locaeo ui' ."mr
'hut n lv ng there, with which
id the debt. People out thaUway
plauted his money io the
jam a he auwei iif wheat,
tin- co n would increase in the
proportion the oereal did.
Surmised Ha Loved in Vain.
u.,- Vi years of age. and had
10 t:ie I aluuse conntrv since
The tint settlers of that section ,
- - aw a diimmb ib"i-mii
ipaii. who MMined to avoid thetn
rhnri be aaw an opportunity Io
in a profitable transaction,
minded be had been disap
in luve and that be had de-
iiwi 1 1 1 , : u.. a i.rinir. mm ill
there wan a great deal of
ahom hit former life, and some
inure i main nat i vs. iim an ai-toal
nf in ml entertaining at
irclea ami moot untrue. He
worked narly and lat, and the only
affection he ever deemed to chermh
waa for the blooded stock which
for the lait 1ft vear lie hap lieen breed
ing in a rather extensive war. The
watr lo bis ronfldence waa through the
admiration of In cattle and home,
bnt with even that lever few contrived
to nrv into hia exclumveneee.
The contract detween the lonelv life
of a bachelor in a rancher's cabin am
the cftmfortahle quarters in the valia
Walla howpital nnder the tender care
of cheerfnl nnrwee caused him to wish
10 attend the lieneflts of the institu
tion. His warm friendship for Pr. J,
F. Cropp duririp many years also had
much influence with nim in making
the generous heuest.
Catarrh Cannot Ba Cured
With local application! they cannot reacb
tin- aval of tlir iliacav i ta-l. I. a Mood r
coaatitutlona, '.-- aud In order to cure li
jrou mum take Internal remedie HbII'i Cb
larrb Curv In takeu Internally and acu directly
on the blood and mucuut aurfatwa. Hall's CaV
larrb Cure in not a uuack medicine. It waa pre-
acrllied by one of the beat physicians In ibis
country Inr years and is a regular prvax riptiou
It is comimM'd ol the best tonics known, com
blued with tbe best blood purinVrt, acting
directly on tbe tnucons surlaces. The perlcct
combination of tbe two Ingredients Is what
produces such wonderful results In curing ca
tarrh Send for testimonials, free.
P J. CHENEY A CO.. Props.. Toledo. O.
auld by druggists, price "fa
Hairs Family Hills are tbe best.
Arrivals at Hotel Pendleton.
t L Selleck. Portland.
A Smith, Portland.
Wm Maher, Portland.
C M Smith, Portland.
H B McCormick, Portland.
N B ataaklin, Portland.
C M O'Brien, Chicago.
W W Kvaaa. 8t Joe.
W K McKoberts, Salt Lake
iienry North, Portland.
K A Nelson, Portland.
F S Mi Mahon and wife, Portland.
W K Williams, Portland.
M II FatUin, Spokane.
F A Pennington, Spikaue.
D W Campliell, Tekoa.
Wm Livingston, La irande.
Alfred K Button, Portland.
J A - t T.-t . Cascade Ixx-ks.
T W Jackson, Portland.
.1 J Burns, Portland.
( W Hntit, Echo.
Win li'MBttinau, London.
fwill come alter your clock
ring it home to you when its
we'll fix it so it
What's Your Pass Worth
iuetiiues a fortune, but never, if
M have a sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look, moth patches an J blotches
on the skin all signs of liver trouble.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
Clear Skin, Koey Cheeks, Rich Com
plexion. Only 'Jj cents at Tallman Sl
Co. 's Drug Store-
Mouse to Contractors.
Mat taw, ia hereby given, that theouin
mon council of the city of Pendleton
will receive bids for the grading and
graveling of Webb street from Oak
street on the west to iti niter
seen .ti with Court street on the eaat,
-u . grading and psafeltfag to be done
iu acnordai.ee with ,.r visions of ordi
nance So. i&I. Measurements to be
furnished Bf the city engineer. The
common couocil reserve the right to
reject any or all kids. Bui- to be filed
in the city recorder's office on or be-
at. April" 2, 1U01.
By order of the OoaaaWM Council.
J. K. BEAM, Recorder.
Dated at Pendleton, Ore., April is,
eler and Ootician...
door to Alexander A Hexter 's
i the aignstnre of Cataa. H Fl
1b uae for IBuic tbau thirty yean,
Th4 Kind Yum Ha Atmmjn
There With Goods.
If you give your grocery orders to
Martin he will be "there with the
goods. " Finest cauued goods aud
dried fruit iu the city alwaya ou
; hand ; also, nice fresh vegetables. He
is sole agent for J. B. Jacob Borne i
celebrated butter. Low prices and
high quality hasirrn hams and ba. on
A nice line of smoked fish. All the
good brands of pickles, sauces and
relishes. Florida strawberries in the
market iu a few daya.
Och vexed ajr
" I I Bal aaal t HI IHB1
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quotations of Prloas of All Produrts
Produeed In lha Inland
Pendleton, April aV-Wheat
wonn as mncn in rennieton todav an
it has been on any day during the past
eight months, towit", 48 cents per
oiishel for o. 1 clnb or redchaff .le
livered at the mills. The price at out
side warehouses it quoted at 47 to 47 '..
cents per bushel for the same grade
with little wheat changing hands. Kx
porters are offering more relatively as
compared with local millers, than for
months. They are off ring the same as
the shove mentioned price, 47 to 47s
cents per bushel, as are the local mil
lers. There has been considerable
strength added to the market since last
Satordar on account of the storm in
Pennsylvania. Ohio and West Virginia
The New York market closed last
Saturday night at 77 MS while at 10
o'clock this morning it was 7H5.. That
of course had a strengthening effect
on this market, as there are indica
tions of a still further raise, so that
wneai may ne worth .Ml cents per
finshet delivered at the mills ol Ten
dleton within the next MO days.
Portland View of Wheat.
Portland, April L'V-The Commer
eial editor of the Oregonian saya:
in spite ol weakening in wheat in
the Fast vesterdav, following close
upon the rise of the day before, the
local market was stringer and ad
VMniis to .' to u ere qui i ted on
Walla Walla. Reports of sales on basis
of ft'4c sml hail a Stiffening
effect, although not confirmed bv ex
porten. In iea of threatened climatic
adversities in .veral onarters, and
in svmnathv with the K stern trend,
the inclination to hold out for full
prices, and eonseoientlv little was
done. The San Fram-i o market was
Wheat -Walla Walla, ftM, to ft9c
hluestein, BOe i Vallev, nominal.
Vlslbls Grain Supply.
New lork, April SB The statement
of the visible supply of grain in store
and atloat Satunlav, April "0, as com
piled bv the New York Produce Fx
change, is as follnws:
Wheat. 4u.srtH,iHil bushels decrease
Corn, iM.M-'H.OnXi bushels decrease.
Oats, 10.011. turn bushels: decrease.
Kve. l .llr'OOO busbies : decrease IB.
P.arlev, 781,000 bushels, decrease
mi iKH t.ii-bels.
Woot at Bosten.
Boston, April L'ft The wool market
here is quiet hut steady There has
tieen little change in the situation com
pared with a week ago. In the absence
of much demand general values hold
on a stead v Iihni ati'l the earlv weak
ness observable in No 1 and No. I
fleece is due to lack of demand. Terri
tory wools continue to be the bulk of
imitations: Territory, scoured tiasis
Montana fine medium and nne. 14 to
lfti: scoured, 41' to 43c : ataple, 45 to
4k-. I tah. Wyoming and Idaho tine
medium and tine. IS to 14c; sconred,40
to 4l'c . staple, 44 to 45c.
Australian, scoured basis: Spot
prices, colliding stiiierhne. nominal, n,
to 70c; good, fM to 6c ; average. 0 to
Wool at St. Louis.
St. Louis, April :'5. Wool -Quiet
and urn-hanged; territory and Western
medium, 14 to Pc tine. 11 to lor .
coarse, n to nc.
Chicago, April 25. Cattle Receipt,
,000, generally steady ; Texan, firm ;
good to prime sieers. 14. HQ to $ ; poor
to medium $M.8i to 14. 85; Blockers and
feelers, t'J. 7 i Ui 14.85 , cows, 80 to
4.0; heifers. ll'.Vi to I4.75; BBBBBta,
I- 10 to 12 7.). bulls. 12.75 to 14.25,
alves, 4 to $5 , Texas fed steers.
$4 " to ft M graseers, BB .50 to 14
hulls. 2. 75 tu 13.85.
IInsi j anal nil today, 27,000. to.
morrow, 22,000; left over, 3150; market
easier, top, Bo. 06; mixed and
butchers, B5.70 to Bti ; good to choice
heavv, 16.85 to $8.06; rougb heavy,
t5.70to5 80; high, $5 to 15.90; bulk
of sales, 16.86 to $5.06.
-heep -Receipts, 20,000; sheep,
slow . good to choice wethers, $4-76 to
$4.90: fair to choice mixed, $4.40 to
$4.70, Western sheep, $4.85 to $4 00;
yearlings. $4 75 to $4.06; native
lambs. $4. 1 5 to $ )..ftJ ; Western lambs.
$5 to $5 30.
Hides and Pelts.
Portland, April 26 - Hop -12 to lie
Wool alley, 12S to 13'. c; Kasturn
Oregon, V to 12c; mohair, 30 to 21c per
.sioepkitiB M.earl IBOB. 10 to ZOc ;
abort wool, 26 to 36c ; medium wool, 30
to 50c, lung wool, 80c to $1 each.
Tallow 3c; No. 2 and grease, 2 tu
Dry bides, . 1, In pounds
and upward 14 to 16c ; dry kip, No. 1,
to 18 pounds, 14 to 15C per pound;
dry calf, No. 1, sound steers. tj
pounds and over, 7 to c ; do, 60 to 80
pounds, 7 to 7'ac: do, under 50
pounds, 8', to 7c kip, 10 to 30
pounds, '' to 7c, do veal, 10 to 14
pounds, 7e; do calf, under 10 pounds,
to 8c; green .uuaalted;, lc per pound
as; culls (bulls, stags, motheateu,
badly cut, scored, hair-slipped, weather
beaten or grubby., one-third lose
reii -nearsaine, each, as vo site,
to $20; cubs, each, $2 to $6; badger,
each, 10 to 40c , wildcat, 26 to 75c;
house cat, 5 to 20c ; fox, common gray,
30 to 50c ; do red, $1.50 to $2 ; do cross,
$5 to $16; lynx, $2 to $ mink. 50c to
$1.26; marten, dark Northern, $8 to
$12, do pale piue, $1 60 to $2: musk
rat, 5 to 10c; skunk, 25 tu 35c; otter
land, $6 to $7, panther, with head
and claws perfect, $2 to $6 ; racoooo, 30
to 35c, wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, $3.50 to $6; prairie wolf or
coyote, 80 to 76c ; wolverine, $4 to $7 ;
beaver, per skin, large, $6 to $8 ; do
medium, per skin, $3 to $7 ; do small
per skin $1 to $2, do kit per skin 60
London, April 26. The annual state
ment of the trade of tbe United King
dom shows the total imports and ex
port for 1000 to have been 4877,
448,017 a against 814,670,241 iu 1800
The iiuuorta were 1523.076,183 ai
against 486,036,683. The export for
1000 were 364,373, 764, a against
C.rjV, 634,868 for tbe preceding year.
2'aC per p
Hides - I
morning, work will at once start on
the grading of Main street, now that
the rock crusher problem has lieen
John H. Hiteman is having the
Lively property, which he purchased
recently, thoroughly overhauled, and
when completed will be one of the
prettiest residences in the city.
Walker Wilson has just completed
papering and (tainting the residence
of Kd Morisette, wnich has improved
us appearance wonderfully.
The brickyard started up Monday
with one molding crew, at its new
yard on the Reeder place. Mr. Mor
gan, the manager, will add several
new crews shortly and it is his inten
tion to make a better brick this vear
than has been made heretofore.
F.arl Saunders on Friday sold 500
sacks of barley to A. F. Barrett, the
Weston chop mill man.
R. A. Carter, of Portland, and bis
eon, Robert Carter, of Milton, last
week purchased the Chinese restaurant
run by Ham Way. Mr. Carter is a
fine cook and bread maker, and will
run a bakery in connection with the
restaurant. This is something much
needed in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Britten left
for Walla Walla last evening, where
tbey will make their fnttire home.
F. (. Rogers transacted business at
G. C. Osbnrn manager of the Athena
baseball nine, completed arrangements
with the manager of the Colfax nine to
meet his "Yellow Kids" on the dia
mond at Athena on Tuesday. May 14.
The home team will also meet the
Whitman college and Walla Walla
team at Walla Walla on May 4 and 5.
W. J. Wiliknson on Monday received
a new Baker a Hamilton track cart.
He has got ajspeedy horse which he
will so .11 start to work on the Athena
A. P. Smithers, a post office inspec
tor, paid this citv a visit vesterdav.
He audited the business of Postmaster
Oithene and found everything in first
class shape. There is a very good
prospect that this ofbee will soon lie a
third class office, as its business is
Naw Us for Elsetrieity.
A professor recently discovered . tut
electricity is a stimulant for the brain.
We do not wish to dispute the merits of
this discovery but are inclined to think
that the only natural stimulant for the
hrain is sleep. If vou are not able .
sleep yon are certainly in a bad way
It :s usually caused bv the stomach le-
Ing out of order, the disturbance being
otiimtin mated to the hrain. Keen the
stomach in good condition bv the use
of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters and vou
will have insomnia no longer. It is a
splendid medicine for strengthening
the nerves and will cure dvsiiepsia. in-
digestion, constipation ami biliousness.
As a spring tonic it has no equal. See
that our private revenue stamp is over
the neck of the tKittle.
WESTON VOTED THE BONDS
Will Improve ihs Water System of ths
Weston, April 24. At the special
city election to decide whether or noi
the citv should be tsjoded in the sum
of $11000 for the purpose of buying and
laying new pipe for better water ser
vice, about one-fourth of the regular
vote wail cast. The proposition was
carried hv a majority of 39 to 2. A
new cement reservoir will at once be
constructed at the mountain spring,
two miles above town, which is the
source of the water supply, and new
pipe, either galvanised iron or
kalomine will at once be laid. This
has been a very vexed question in this
city for a long tune, and everyone is
pleased at the result of the eleclion.
wooden piie has been used to supply
the water, and has in many places
rotted out, as the pressure has not been
heavy enough to keep them full, thus
endangering property from loss hy fire
for the reason of those leakages
Henry Van Huren transact! busi
ness at Walla Walla Monday
The funeral of the late John B.
Puniy, which was conducted by Wee-
m b-lge, So iio, A. F. .V A. M.,
Monday at the Weston cemetery was
very largeh intruded. Masons from
Pendleton, Adams and Athena, and
boats of friends and relative of the
deceased followed the remains to the
place of interment. The religious
ceremonies of tbe order were conducted
by Rev. W. K. Potwine, of Pendleton,
and were very impressive.
Mr, li. L. lirvKin left Saturday to
visit ber parents at Condon, Gilliam
county, Ore. Mr. Bryson accompanied
ber as far as Arlington.
Ben Dupuis, who is iu the grocery
business at Pendleton, was in this city
Monday, lisiklng alter his interests
leorge Williams, Weston's contrac
tor and builder, has commenced the
construction of a nne one and a half
story seven room house for Jake Clark.
When completed It will cost $1200.
R. Jatuieson, agent for the Pacific
Coast K levator company, on Monday
purchased 16,158 bushels of wheat in
one lot, and 2032 bushels in another.
The price paid was 48 cents
Dr. r. i, . u Penrose, president of
Whitman college, of Walla Walla will
deliver a fraternal lecture in this city,
Friday evening at the M. F- aouth
church, under the auspices of Weatou
lodge. No. 58, I. O. O. W.i to com.
uiemorate the 82d anniversary of (Kid
THE ACADEMY BANQUET
WAS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL
Youna Ladles were Charming Hostissas
and the GuStS Were Wall
The reception and banquet given at
Hendricks hall Wed nesday evening was
one of the pleasantest events of tbe sea
son. The young ladies ol the Pendle
ton academy were hostesses and the
178th SURPRISE SALE
FRIDAY APRIL 26th, 1901.
enjoiMeir ittl'li!! Var(,S PUlj 2fc fc P2JJ. gUla Pita yard
''P" riit rci yum.
HO yards Foulard Silk in patterns. Regular Prioe f 86 yard
Surprise Price 88c per yard.
affair was unusually successful, and
the committee who had the matter iu
charge acquitted themselves with high
The guests assembled at bull past H
O'clock, and an hour was spent in con
versation, the hostesses entertaining
in a very charming manner. At half
past , sixty persons sat down at. the
prettily arranged tables, which were
placed in a manner forming three sides
of an oblong. Trained waiters served j
a collation, and for an hour there was
merriment and enjoyment of the good
.1. B, l.athrop served as titastmaster.
Responses were given as follows:
"The Needs of the Academy' by
President F. I,. Forls. Mr. If or bat
thought that larger capacity of build
ings, a social me, and earnestness
were three things needed to make the
academy a stronger force in the com
munity for the betterment of the young
paopld and the improvement of the
town in various wavs.
"Our President," by Roy Haley.
Mr Kaley paid a tribute to Mr.
Forties, whom he designated as the
man to carry the academy to greater
Old Bachelors," bv Mr. Gttnther.
Iu treating this subject Mr. (iunther
set forth the reasons why old bachelor
are old bachelors, and why, according
to his opinion, thev remained "Id
bachelors. Modesty aptieared to lie his
A Defense of Old .Maids,'' bv Miss
Delia Beagle. Miss Beagle began bv
saying that she believed that old maids
needed no defense, and followed with
discourse that highly enterta ined
The Wild aud Woolv West," hv the
Rev. Robert Diven. Mr. Diven ex
pressed his pleasure with the far west,
ss he has seen it since his arrival on
the Saturday before Raster, and w ished
he could have a photograph of the
banquet tables, to send to his friends
in the Fast.
'Sclnsil Days," hy Miss Wallace,
u i- i reference to the experiences of a
"The Day's Work," bv Rev. Mr.
Blaknev, was a tale illustrative of the
wisdom of doing the duty that lies
next and doing ft now.
Q WeodolinS Smith recited prettily
"The Duel," a poem by Kugene Field ;
and musical numbers were given by
Misses Campbell, a piano duet, Miss
Fthel Forbes, a piano solo, and two
vo.-al selections by Mr. Pond.
Certainly, the occasion will be re
meinU'risI by the guests with pleasure,
and a repetition will insure prompt
acceptance of the invitations sent.
The marriage of William F. Kennedy
aud Miss Maude M. Talyor occurred
on Wednesday evening, April 21, at
N:30 o'clock, at the residence of I). M.
Taylor, father of the bride, on Lewis
street. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. F. I.. Forties, president of the
Pendleton academy, in the presence of
a few relatives and friends. The con
tracting parties are well known here,
the grisim lieing chief clerk at C. R.
VVr will sell yflu Fruit of the Loom mti-Hn .it ' . ot v,,r,
Y will sell yoii LOnsdftU muslifli 5 ill Wide Bl 7'm per v. ml
We will srll vnn Hope muslin, in wide, at jc pot yard,
Yc tvtii sell you No Name muifia, y in wide, ai i1 mi yard
t l - . , "art i
vim women s man laiioten suits , it 15 pn , rut ills, mutt foi
Ask In he shown our women's black hose ftORl S' 10 S" pi r pair
each price belter value than olieinl ill any other store m tOWH
75 pair Children's shoes, sizes b to J, rrmil.tr price from Jti
will he solil at HALF PRU B
Making them ffORl 63c to Jt 1 . j 5 per pair.
J 10 Jti 50
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Mormon liihopi' nn-
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Of COnatlmwInn, tpP Oulrannan Of Oil- L"f I
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n. i-iwrio u rtrk, pi in
otvana Stlitiularr-B the brain and
Of mottoy feiittiiicxl with 1 Isuatta Cmulara lra.
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Ausibbs, Bishop Remedy Co., Ban rrundeco, osl.
walk BMf raid MA at ,t iiiti'.mm i'uvmi.hiiv, ,N
Dealers in HARD WAR R, 8TOVE8, BARBED
WIRE, SHELF HARDWARE, PUMPS and
PLUMBING A SPECIALTY.
601 Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon.
Under New n&riuyfimrt
The rive diseases for which Shiloh's
Consumption Cure is especially reeom
in'endisl, are Ooajgha, Odds, Wlnsiplng
C-ousjh, Croup and Consumption. No
medicine ever made hy man is ovjiial
to it in any respect. Sold under a
uositive guarantiHi Mone) hack if it
fails, 'lib ct. 60 eta and 1 a bottle,
Tallman k Co.
Job Couldn't Hate stood It
If he'd had Ictbiug Piles. The' re
terribly annoy iuv; but Iim lien's
Arnica Halve will cure the worst case
f pile ou earth. It ha cured thous
ands. Fur Iniuriee, Pains or Hodlly
Eruptions it's the best salve in the
world, i'rice 26c a boi. Hold by
Tallman & Co.
BI YIN0 A ROCK CRUSH Kit
Buak awe haads sta.iuevatafy, tat retnltaj, La
a S"l ladter of etmuuaVa aVaWjBa ao
alft:ciiva akm ...iiiJi.i ausii.. Iii aaaa ureal
and tassuM (or hHast, Uaili kWS attw
iMy.Bttutut fnraly aria) CuTiutaj
ttis asanl akin cura aiij bucvnl .
llclilu. buruma; laasuat aaw
Ml m HV irmmimri
atheaa Will Impre.a Its Streets U
Athena, April 26 Couitciluiau W.
ii. Hawe rtstornud fxooi buokana, ya
lerday evening, and niad ni report at
a special tueetina; of the city council
that a ruck crusher beluuging to
rvuBou . a Oraat rtortiioru
uuuld be purchased for 60t
aa at .
mean weakened lungs all
caused by a cold and cough
Weak lungs sooner or latei
will heal and strengthen the
lungs, cure cold and stop the
las ia uartact tiSS kt '
East Oafclaad. Cai.
ENCLOSE IT TO ME
Ulve Us a Trill.
Kates $2.00 a day
Special Rates by
Weel or montti
Bar and Billiard Uooma. Headquarters for Traveling Men
The Hi .1 Hotel In eaetern Oregon.
Van Dran Bros.. Props. Successors to J. E. Moore
V( 1UR KIDNEYS I
And I will furnish you all complete,
ready for use, my 1UU1 Model No. 7
bANDKN Kl.KCTKIC HF.LT. It is
superior in make, quality and power
to any belt offered by other dealers for
v l.i. l, they charge 140.00. F.stahlished
;jij years. Write Usiay for my latest
bookS) "Heulth in Nature" and
lrength i It Use and Abuse by Men "
l)W. A. T. SANDEN.
Dept. A. Wo. ad Block,
POKTLANO. ' ' OREGON.
Wle, ileiuaiids a slauix l,, perfisrl luioiliif
w lie. I In Ins spoils Is no won- i ntliualaatli'
tlian are thuat.- inc-ii and wouteu who rl'l. for
HEALTH ASP r-LEAHL'KE
on siiiutj ruiinliiH wheels of proven BOrlSi
lor luiufort and solely sale-
Snsielar.l Kaatblara ooet
l..,in- or (ienU Light Kuadvter. I40.U0
OenU 1 pound Uacer fAU.nu
f.a.l.cir .,. Lent. 'hemic. frJO.OU
Ideal iW, Vif
R. W. FLETCHER.
Again UutaUlia Uotiaty,
IMm BOSS ifl A
1 PPJHBaBBBTaBT ' aBBBBBWaBB
Ml. r vou lire of ueilaj UM aOHjalled kidney r..m.
dlos Mlthoiit anv Isnefit, use l.lrwolu Sesual Pill and
he forev, f rid of IbuBB dull pains in your hack Dis
card 1 1 .it oi.l fojy i.li it ol "pain in the kidneys" and
have all voiir bladder and urinary tl uhlus cured, and
your night, made restfui bf llsd BIS f nature's
greatest as-is Unt Llinoin .Sexual fills.
I'rice, $ Ui per boi bn of voiir druggist or sent
by until on receipt of pin. in plain vtrapiier.
LINCOLN I'WOPUIETAUY CO.,
I'urt YVayae, Ind.
lei SI mm
HfJO IIAatVHAIi, Prop
KleRaotly Purohbed Steam Heated
i Ho. and a hall Irum depot.
Sample Uoom la coanactloa
50c, 75c, $1.00
Under New ilauagcmenl
J. W BANCROFT, Prop.
Il.ii. and 11 .AO per day, Meal i&c
HiMseial Kaias uv Hie moult,
Heat Hotel lii tl,. city fur raialllee
Hut to all Wains, Sie. aampla i.siiu
Electric lights ami Htoaui haal
Pi re proof kulhllii(.
Cor. Court and Johnson Sis
To go Fishing
or for a cab tu mako a call
telephone Main 7U.
Money to Loan
iu iiiy piopii at a low
rate of interest. Can Ib re
; Mi.l in monthly install
meiita MO COMMISSIONS.
Will loan on improved
tronny or will furnish
money to build with
Will la. pleased to give Ug
ure uf actual tvtt tu any.
one uuediug a loan
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
Mo0 Mala Street.
st mmm rfm.
i.u..ls.i ou thai cars and iu perfect re
After considerable debate, me
.xjuucll instructed Mayor Wllklnauu to I wuatt f - a. weaw t-e.,
tia." urder the craathea-, which be did Uiis ' ror aavie by TaUlutsvu
Ulleli's 1'iisita r Out le Id aw aU
. -. ... isa Ai.stat m - A
. .v tt Ol
ar sm aall.aa i.
aavd gat j-ur swat; avat.
Wit Io, HI usual ad feee. aa
For Health. Strength and
Pleasure Drink : :
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.