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Tliat the Mrgnet Cash Store i Bell
in jfooda at the very bottom pticea,
That QUI stock is new and hush, up
to-tl It! and attractive; come and art .
That wrr don't charge von anything
(or looking at out floods, and it you
don't want to buy wo BM your friends
still. Corti:ous treatment and tan
dealing brinys its reward
THE MAGNET CASH STORE
Clements & Wilson. Court and Cottonwood
DAILY. REBUT AID 8EMI-WKEKLT
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A GR8AT HOMK r A HA in.
Saturday', horse parade, Um IMOOd
given hv tln horse owner of I' mutil In
ct unity, was h roHl I y fr t i tit ti I oseti:
it won id hav ltHn an honor to any
town in tln United States. It demon
strate OOra again, if, in.lf.Ml, such
demonstration be i i.-. ! the ISeel
lence of I'niatillu county a- a center of
liu. 1 1 veiitofh hreetliuk.' T lit.. ( ... r i -will
no don In Im permanent aff.ur-
Tbf of tin. I'acitit' Northweel
liavt. Krown to I.Hik in tin direction
for lint. horses, whether for racing,
carriage or draft use, anil an annual
exhibition affords opportunity to ahow
off to visitors the scores of animals
owned ami bretl liere.
Kovai families of the bluest bleod
were represented, Horses oi wnicii a
pedigree can Is. traced as good an tlnii
of any equine in the country.
The first benefit, of course, comes to
tiie horsemen themselves, who reap u
direct profit from the general advertis
ing given throughout the country, lint,
to the town and county, acer un-
It was noticeable tliat. among tin
harness aniii.ais, the racing straius
predominated. Moat of the carnage
teams exhibit! are from racing stock.
It is likely that, as tiie year progress,
the horsemen will pay more heed to
the (lightly heavier and more endur
ing road atock, and raise more aniauils
ol better utility for heavv ro,l use
I 'rait horse raising has made re
markable progress deriaf the paat few
years, as was ahown by the uiagniii.'eiii
heavy stallions and their get driven
in the parade. It wa only a few years
back when the commonest grade of
work horse was used, mauv being from
the Cay use Indian pony. .Now, the
ponderous Clyde, t'ercheroii-Normaii
and such kinds are imiimoii pfOpart
and this makes for the betterment ol
tarmiug and lUBkrrifa iniereats.
Of course, the main interest was in
the tleet trotters, pacers and runners.
Hleek ami well groomed, shapely of
budy aud limb, proud in their bear
ing, these kings of the race coursf
catch the eye ami occasion warm ad
miration. There Here horses in the
parade that would have snftied Hen
llur aud his chariot swiftly n.t-t lu
ll reek oppoueut aud won the honors
of the applauding thousands.
Due credit should lie given the gen
tlemen for their labor in arranging the
parade, and so pleasantly entertaining
llio nuiulretJs who linetl the streets
the horses passed
Apparently the coming of tiie parade
day stimulated the dealing in fancy
vehicles, as many very elegant w.-r.
seen in line.
INTHUSUSH KUR ATHLKTICS.
Athletics are very opuiar nowadays
throughout the country from tha
Atlantic to the Pacific. It shows most
ly iu the revival of baseball hi the
large cities Kast and West, attendance
is very large, while every town of
smaller sise has its team and is spend
ing money liberally to support it lie
interest in athletics is haalthful, and
every person whose liver works with
any regularity and whose blood Hows
in aught but lethargy is, glad to s. . n
There bj OIJt, thiug that is necessary
to the maintenance of this interest
clean playing, honest decisions and a
true spirit of sport for sport's sake.
Just so soon as bickering begins, aud
the various participants attempt any of
the many tricks to which dishonest
men resort in order to win, will the
interest waue aud the support be with
drawn. few things are of more value than
pn.pt.rly conducted athletics. They
induce young men to strive for the
uartary, to contend tor physical and
mental supttMuacy, for the mind must
lie alert if the victorv is to be won.
Hilt few things are more ib'teilable
than a lot of qunrrel'otiic fellows win
are doing their best to spoil the
cleanliness and gallantry of the gaim .
An element of evil in this contiei
tion is the staking of money on ath let c
games. It it he done to any extent,
then joblmry is rather certain to result
and the sport deteriorates to the level
of the professional whose sole object
is money and who will stop at nothing
in getting it.
hays the Weston Leader, in endorse
tnent of the Kast Oregonian on tann
ers' and wool growers' speculation:
The Kast Oregonian advises wheat
and wool growers not to speculate, ami
points out the losses thai almost In
variahlv result from the speculative
habit oi holding these products for
higher prices. This is good advice,
ami almost equal to the same paper'-oft-repeated
injunction to "e: out of
debt ami stay out." l,et the speculator
siieculate ami the tanner farm. The
latter seldom beat the former at Ins
WKSTKHN WHtrURS AND WRITING
Some recent remark- in these col
umns about "Literature and New.
pepm" seem to have rather Ipte rafted
some of the American's friends. At
least we think so from the letter- we
have receive. I about the subject.
Most ol the writer- seem t.. he fav
orahlv impressed with the idea sug
gested that the literary center of the
United State- is moving Westward ami
we need not again look to Huston or
elsewhere in the Kast for the lenders'
of literary activity. To some of our
friends this idea seemed new, not to
Hut it was not in tin leaat exag
gerated, lake, lor instance, the single
department of fiction, which may In.
regarded justly as an index of the
power to create a literature having
widespread appeal. (If the novels that
in mm lasi two year- have attained a
total sale of lOU.UUl) or more copies,
seven in ten are W extern products.
lion nnd skin and the practiced power
of analysis that detects tM hiimnn
signittcanee of common event-.
We think it will be sdniifbl bv all
reader- that the Mterarv quality ol
these flrttelea is very high ami gen
nine, and abundantly proves the
ner lean's nosltton a tn the Mtemrvt
present ami future of the Middle West.
We think, also, that still further
evidence in the same line Is offered
everv week in the Ameiican's Literary
We do not know, for instance, where
to turn for poetry more genu inn. more
virile or more convincing than that
poured out every week in the supple
ment by Mr. John Vance Cheney and
Mr. Kriiest Metinffev.
We do tlOt think that there is any
better book nrltlclttn m anv periodical
than thll Oi Mr. Wallace Rita and Mr.
(ieorgc Morton, who is hereafter to
conduct the supplement.
We doubt if any other American city
haj at present any equal number of
tod loos and Competent makers of
literature, and the fact mav tie worth
remembering when one encounters a
dlepoeltlotl to disparage Western in
tellectual attainments. That disposi
tion, however, is dying Ottt and we ex
pect to aae the ineleni point ol view
revcr set I. Chicago American.
A STORY KROM WASHINGTON.
Tiie ReVt Tennii s. Hamlin, pastor
of the Church Ol the Covenant, the
most aristocratic Presbyterian church
in WMhinaton, which aae attended by
President Harrison during his term,
tells thl story on himscll :
The church maintains a large mis
sion in Georgetown. A lady wan reeent
ly explaining to the Sundry eehool the
parable oi the talents. She then aked
the pnplle to name some one whom
thev thought had been given ten
talents md hail made judicious use of
them. They replied in chorus, "Mr.
Smith. Tin- wa- right and proiT, as
Mr. Bmith i- pastor of the chapel. The
lecturer then asked I ir an illustration
Ol one who had befli given live talents
and iitiheil them wen. mere wa-a
general NMiponss of "Mr. Machar-
land, erho i president ol the board
of district commiaaionera and great K
intere-tei! in church w rk. An example
wa- then a-ketl ol the man who had
been liven one talent ami Made no use
of it D wa- expected some unfortun
ate 1 1 the ne ieb bor hood would )
Mined Instead, the little ones
fill nt"l I "Mr. Hamlin. "
Ni turtlier opportunity was given for
replle- to questions after this hard hit
at tin great I'resbvterian divine.
Seek Relief !
The ,rtil mupertlon of womfn who tuffer
asvsr make a serious tflort tu bcndlt them
ilve The molt of Ihem no on iwivlnn no at
tention to their little mrnttrusl rtie.ri1r, he
Having they will eventually wear off. They
grow wone and wore every day. At the
period of memtmatlon a woman It peculiarly
uaceptlble to cold and other external Influence
and It li alio the mmt favorable time for the
development of hidden dlteate flermt which
may be lurking In the system. Any physician
knows that disordered menstruation, falling of
the wosnh snd leucorrhoes are blighting lives In
almost everv home. No woman should neg
lect herself a moment after she sees Indications
of female diseases. Almost Instant relief can
be secured by the use of
It will relieve you right In vour own home.
Will vou accept the testimony ol Mrs. Ilelgler
and thousands of other womrn and really seek relief today ? All druggists
sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of lardul.
100 Chlasajo Stmet. Kort Wavns. tad., stank K IIP
Yonr Wlnsof Oarrtut has dono a woriit of io.nl fur mi I hn." nssd nn
bottles of the Wlno and onn pncks;e of ThodfonV Ulai-k lirauifht. And slnoe
I barn asartrit to us., it I will nut he without It In th.' hous. b lu ll" .1 niy
alsterln Ttiledo, who did nol menstruate - She OOfhl Bhi was 111 test
years of mgn and nothing elso helpatl her. I wa- m h v. r i. i.i -nil. im srlf
before I BSSd your modiolnea, but I found relief In three day- Ami new I
Ml llkn a new woman and do all my homework and w.t.hlnn. which I SOUM
not d.. befort. 1 took Win" of Cardul. I would bt very lad So writs ha) swr
woman and tell her how 1 suffered before I use. I Win ' 1 sr.lin
Mr- ( V 1IIKUI.KK
l or a sinal I piickage
as a large one. Kach will
receive the mine thorough
and careful attention. If
we get the former il may
in lime glow to the latter
bj the latlafrctloB vou will
derive iii wearing vttr
laundered work .
J. r. r'ebinson, Prop.
for n-hiiv nti.l Itlfrntuii
rtililrrna, rirlnK rTinptotiirt. "
jrio.uctne 1:0111111) .
Equal to any
in the world.
Can sell chanpia
any nrni m the
boctuie they buy j
R. FORSTER, -
ItLI.S THL TkTTH
We venture to say that in quantm
ami quality tin- present Western liter
ary activity is well worth the moat
seriou- consideration ,.f all persons in
terested in the subject. We venture to
say that more psjffBM il the Middle
West are engaged indistinctive literar
effort than in any other pari of tin.
One Western publishing house, (or
inatance, having issued one b.sjk that
secured a great success, looked about
for another like it. In a year it re
ceives! and read alsnit JOOl) manuscripts
from Western writers.
These facts seem to make more inter
eating to us, at leaat the efforts oi
tke American to afford to the BfMl
urowing literary activity of the West
an opportunity to exert itself, not only
111 Action, hut what is much more im
portant for all concerned, in the daily
narratives of real lite that illustrate
vital principles ami, lieing veritable
aud eeonlntetl. are far Mporiov as
moral ami philisophical lesson- to any
tor Irtien at best can never lie any
thing more than a distant reilection of
that real life tliat appears as it is in
When, therefore, Mr. Opie Kead, Mr.
itanlry Waterhs,, Mr. Ornfleldi Mr.
tieorge Morion or others of the splen
did circle of able Westerners that the
American has been fortunate enough
to draw about it when one of these
brilliant writers tlescril.es for the
American's readers an Incident Oi
actual life we are quite sure that the
products is very much higher as art
and inlinitely more valuable a" morals
than any action can possibly be.
Kor the reason that these men bring
to the consideration of such events
trained intelligence, the artist's intui-
""his tvooir we begin publtehlni tns
dvf tislnr of tin- ri-Mv eotVea aubsti
lutt 1 in si Ptgprvni oerenL
"W. are using thl- artteia In our
run home nnd find It the finest substi-
I It' for 1 Often we hftVe ever tried. Just
1 II aj cents n a package nnd try lf
Ji makes a rich healthful drink."
V. S TtODCHRS,
Bdltrr Mountain MlOi lloulder
I 1 k. Calif.
T'.e above apn.are.l as n news tt"n
pi the Monntiln BohO ami was unso
1 in d, The editor was so well pleaeeel
With Flgnrune thai he wanted all his
f. How trwneperple to try it.
As Klgprune Is the nmst nutritious
on. 1 rWairishlng of any of the cereel
coffees It is but natural that tie- s:n
eral public should welcome the new
. All grocers seal tt.
GOLDEN KI LE HOTEL
Under New nanagment.
J. W UANCKOI:T. Prop.
Ketes ll.'J .. and II.M' per day. Meals Ha,
Wpe. lal Hates bv the niunth.
best Hotel In the city for raulllsa
Mu to sll train. Kree aamtle tuoms
Klvelrn liuli la aud Steam heat.
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts.
The Navajo Coal and
Ownra 720 acres pntrnted Irndarnd 1 500 icre - petroleum pint ei
locations on Navap Kivur. Ari hiileta conniv . Cnluritdo, 15.00c
lent ol lumber ami the rounils. 4,0011 cash now 111 the trnil
nry 500,000 sliares non-riMiiibie stock in treuury to be
used for dnvnlopmnnt worl
Wells will be ilrilleil on thl proprrt) within sixty (lays.
Samples ol oil may lie seen at the hardware ston ol T (
Taylor. In order to bettei ptfOMOUtfl the work the compinj
now olh:rs lor sale 120,000 shares of stock at
10c per Share
(pni value 20c). After Jtil t. loot, the compain will sell no
stock at less than 15c per share No agents, Inn above number
of shares, 120,000, can be hid at 101 pi t share bj ipplyihg to
any of the undersigned incorporator! before ul) lit, ICjOl, UP
less sooner sold
T. c. TAYLOR, C, B. WADE, J. H, RABBINS,
ROBT. PORSTBR, H RALEY, 1 B C LOFT ON,
J. R DICKSON, 1 ). KIRK.
BRKWKRYH WN BOTTUNO.
Highly raoointuended to family tratle
Kverv bottle fully guavantetsl.
Schultz Brewing Co.
expect people to know
you have to sell If you
HOW DO YOU
Oregon Lumber Yard
Kor barns anil dwellings.
Oherprt than tin.
Building Fa per,
I'ur Fa nor.
Lime and (Anient,
lirick and Sand,
Screen Doors & Windows,
rash and 1 1
Terra Gotta Fie.
Boric & Light, Prop's
Alt.i St , orrp, Court Houne
Kss'Cll StlSatSSJ ,
The new store
can never he
't Steal a Man's Time
i 1 1 ma.
. . tile
. . . JUt'
I'OI'N'I SKVKN W 1 It I .- Ii. Illl 1.1 ', 1.
1 las Hue, or wore per week, at tin, raits bf l.'ie per line.
Out- liiir, tir iiiore, per inunlli. ai the rale of Hie ner hn
I time Joe
10e uerh a.tdttluoal
1 tliur J&c
2 tunes tic
11 TH.'- i'M!
Its SMk additional
I lime :x-
-' lllUU . . E
3 iiiut ,'av
We aaf h a.i.iuiouai,
I WO LINsW,
1 1 111,--
1 1 1 las Mr
.' lime a
9 tluivs .,0e
-im: earn additional
for QcnUenseu gassBr
who clseriah 3Jr
KOH SALK OR KXCHANGK.
A NKW Hl. HOKii POWKB UAHO
hint engine and all rlitnres coiopleie, tanks,
piping, hattery and elaclrie aparattr, at a low
pril l-, 01 will eicUaugn for cordwood. J Clove,
l eii.littl.iii, Orfsmi
L, H. KKKOKB, rroKNHY AT I. AW
Pen. Helen, Oregon.
JAMKH A KICK, LAW OJrVIOI IN JVDV
Hold by JOHN .-' IIMUM
The Louvre Saloon
PKN 1)1. K I D.N . . niMOM.
(iiven hy the leading IVndletoii
merchant- by Mfhicil a $4011 alar
tin Piano will be given away ah
solutely free to the organization
or lady voted the most popular
b June :irtl, 111 . The follow
ing merchants will issue liallote
with each L'.V purchase:
Ths ivopitts v 'atahasjati i'r ihmxIk
1 lathing and ntaoe..
Brook McCoiuaa, liriiggl.ls
Win it- II. urn. 1, rovers, (F. V. Hcliuok.l
T. ( Taylor, Hardware,
M A. Had. : hurulture.
Cliy Baker) unit Oroesry, (Ku.i.ilpi,
LouL Huusieker. Juwelur .V Optician.
Oregon BaSery, UrSVSry an. I I r. .i
W. H. Bum tnai. Hhotof rapUer.
Brigs.!1 ham, piano- an. 1 organs.
' r. Mliarp. Paints and Wallpapei
Kreut'li Iteslauranl (Uua latKontalii.l
Laatz Bros., ... u ami coal, trsuafsr-
lug aud trucking.
PIANO on Kxhihition at Hrock
i& MoC'ouiati llrug Store, where
the ballot Ux ib also located
At lowest talcs
1 .i.i Oregonian Building,
Money to Loan
Ol city property at a low
rale of interest, ( an Im re
ran! in monthly install
ments MO COMMISSIONS.
Will loan on improved
;roerty or will furnish
money to build with
Will be ploatl to give tig
ureH of actual cot to any
one needing a loan
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
Mou Main Street
1)K. W. (i. 00LI. OKKICK IN JIUIH
uulMiug orUee hours, lu to li a. m. ; 1 to I
p 111. Telephone 77.
K. W. VINrKNT, M. I). OKKICK KKA I.
of Kirsl National Bank Office nourt lu to I.1
I.i 1 to if p. Ul .
OlUi. SMITH tt IIKNDKKSON. OKKIt'K
over PeudleUin aavlugs Bauk. Telephoue H,
resldeuce telephoue J.
H. H. OARKIKU), M. 1) , Hum I. ,'ATH
1. I'hjrsK lan and Murgeou omv In JutlC.
n. in. nug irlephoue: OBItv hla k SO
.leut-f, black -.
17, ASHOt'I A
1K. D, J. M'KAl'l., ROOM
lion block Telephoue J.
phone, black ltd.
OHTKOPATHI0 I'll YHIOIANH, Dlt.s.
Keye. A Keyes Ottice, one block weal ol Bo.
UK. LYNX K. Hl.AKKHI.KK, CHKONH
anil nervout, dlaeaae. aud diseases ol women.
Opp Hotel, cor Water and Main HU I'uutllv
ARCH1TKCT.S AN U II U 1 1. IIH H ', ,
Tt K. HOW AKIi AKl HI I'Ki 'l' ANI' HI
Iteriuleudeiil mi,, eouiplele an. I relial i
ytau. rn uilllillllg in tiie city or fOUUlr)
.......I , i
Mirsi-.K .v i in. I. UONTII&OTOUH AM-
BUiiuars r.iiinaie- noni-ii. i on sliori no
litf Job work a .p.nalu froaipl rvice.
Shop on Bluff ItrSSt, Ueai Main .ir. cl.
II A. MAY, t'ON TKAt'Tor. AN H
uun.ier BSIIBSatSS liiriii.hed on all kind, ol
oiaaoo,), tetueui aig, ujue walls, elf. Or
dera can be left al the Kast oregonian ofh. ,
BANKS AND HHUKBHS.
Kl US 1 NATIONAL HANKOK ATHKNA
. tiOff '''I'lul. loU.uui; surpln. and proill.;
lo.uuo. interest on tlm I deposits. Ileal, in
foreign ami .loLie.tle escliann, roll..
IT C. Adam.
ptouiptly alteudetl to
nielli; T. J
Hiilirv l a.i.i.i.
Kirk ... , . tr i ....
ff""" L ISSsU aatWeri
UK. J. t'HItlSITK, VKTKllINAHY sri;
geou, giatluale of ks Itoyal Vcleriuary t-..l-Icge,
Kdiuburgli, Scotland Lab- goveruiuaiu
teteriuary Inspector for Vale district, H. ('.
lkitne.il. aniakal- of all kinds treatsd on IS,,
eulllli pun. ii...- Lot aled at I niu n ii
riawieit, i e n 1 1 1 e lot. . ore
THN I'KNIM.KTON HAVINOH HANK
I eudleujii, Oregon OrgauUetl March I, lh;t
oapiul, fi,uub. laterssl tllowsd on nmi dt-
posits Kicbauge l, iglu aud av.ld on all in in
uCi w"1", 5''"'. sTlVell U. foil.',
lions W I, furmat., presideul; J. II, TW1
rioo-pres'iteut; I ) Morris, cashier.
I'HK A K hit HANK
Weston, Oregou noes a
uu.nieas. r.. n.uae Uniuio ,,,i .i.i
lectlous prompllv all,-nde.T lo srr-ir- o. ....l
, i . . . .
IfphoDf Main 16.
K. A. VAUOHAN, DKNTIHI.
lu Judd Building.
A. L HKAT1K,
D, I), is. okkh;k ovkic
t. A. MANN, HKNTlrt i , IN A HHtJI) I A
tloi Block, over r B I loplou . oftli .
t. M fel I ....
1,7.,..-,. 7.1 ' " 1 reporie.1 o
it, L ""milieu oi responsible clliseua
i nner.., K. Jameaon, presideul; Usci W
roeb.ie vice prssldsut i C. M. Hcree, etuiiicr
J. n. Klllgorc. aSHULain .t,.
A llarlman m m no.,... r t 1,. . .
Hraw, J. K. Klilgor... Ht 'i .r' .I l
K1HHI NATIONAL HANK ill PKNDUt
ton. CapiUI. I7II.UUU: auri.l,,. aaaann
'(Ill I Ilk.' Il Ik lle.t sr..
I L. Ray
aeueiai ,Miik i,j h.,.,1. w .
and telegr.pulc ir.n.lei sold on I b ivil li,.
North ir est
rranci.co. New Vork ami in...i ."iT.'.rT.
rafl. llMiuk .... ,S,....'.. T
UARTIR a RAUCY, ATTORN KYI AT
Law. Ofllct, in Saving. Bank Building
Kuro,-, Make. ,.o I. . l . ' "J.""
I,.,,,. - , .... "...,, IWUIIIIUI
. no. en, prtiki.ieiil : w K
" H Wail
iiieruaey, assistant ia.hir
cashier, 11. t)
MKAN & LsOWMIsL, ATTORNHYI
w. aiwill 1, Aaaot'latloli Block
M IM. KLI. AN b(MJ.S
I'll !: I. i il I t ne iv, i .. .
kerilad animal has laen i.k ...
( U) Marshal .,, , ,. sold aTtV. , oTpiril on
ol ten days lor i o.ih and ssusuaas:
T (J HAII.KY, LAWYRR. QRJPIUI
Judd Building PeudleUin, Oregon
rt'i.,!'l,MAAN & PIRRON ATTORNRYH
block" l0O1," '"' " ' " U A-il'on
N. MKUKKI.KY, ATTOHNKY AT ,,AW
Office lu Aasoca.tloii Block '
t , :, . . -- - - :i"-"
..... ,, unM, ,,ic , I n,M
loun St1'' ATTU"N1V AT LAW.
baled April W, 1MII.
J M UKAIIIMAN
CALL KOH COUNTY
ah i manna conyo
at my ..ib.
--' '" ,1. I,,' ii.it. . ...Ill I... I
iy waiiauis regis
. iiiflnsi... .kin lu.
o.,,. i,,,,.r . ' ,,,., preseuta-
Pau,ll. .n , """" du' ol P"lcallou.
wnd letou , Oregon Ma) I, pju)
irsaauwr ol (Isuatllla County
A. C. SHAW k CO.
W. J. KKWKI.I., .Manager.
WIWLESALE ANI) RETAIL
Yard on Webb IStreot
Opposite Hum Kroiglit l)etiot
We are prepared t., furnisli anytbing
in tin. loinb.tr Unsj and run giut'rantee
prices o be an cheap, if ,,ot eUTTMl
than others. We also carry a large
linrei i'sr, Windowi md Monldiag,
Parties contemplating buil,jK wl
wen io see us before
I Dn vnai
C want work? J
Do you n
I want to hire heJH
S If so nil or atlrlw m.' it' I la.
vour ti itno wii I.. ut;
.'! lo I'KOMITL, il
C. F. COOK'S f
MAP- ANH -Ir.mH
i iill hue of Clgan CnnlMssJH,
( Olio .illlilKI T triiisi
5 Mil CLUB ROOM H,
Take the... I
f --J Columbia KnH
hi k)M Ral,way I
IV"- " ' i.l'' ' e.n Chioago, Ht Paul, HLlJtB1'
ti. h,,,s us, m
I'ortlanil and psstU I
- on .h. sound.
Ann.- Mondays, s .iutisnu-H
n v.a in Inea.lays, lliurs.Ut"W
ai'J-V, a m.
lie parts dally eieepl HiiuJay sliJa
Hilly I iinoi inaiion reaaroni,
iiiooaiioiis can on or tn.ui. j
M B I.Al IIKKHK.AI). 8. F.tT 5
Walla sValla. ask ska
"( . . PullumiJ .siccpW
" - mm t
Away from linn In buying g,Mi,ls when
bai, rem to Nty for he eauiisi well afford It
o n ii you waul lo got your real honest
""'' ","' in iiarnaa.. Saddles. Bridles
spurs, W hips, liltives, Brush.., I owl.-, tents,
..,, , ,,e, s ami t aiita. fall on ths
Saddlery house ihn baa B4) rent lo pay.
Joseph Ell, Prop.
Buy aud sell
for cash or on margins.
Now York Stock fcxehantce.
Chicago Slock I-xchange.
Chlcagu Uoard of Trade.
i'ii ii i , ,i i
and all points East tt'
Tbrougb tickets to J SPSS "
latoma and Northern i'acltt-
aud , ii i . in an Hue.
T1MK si IISUUO
Train leaves Pendleton dallf1
a , a mm. ..
. .is .,. ui. ,11P. .
Kor I,,, ii,... I,,l..r,,,allilll,
and u. keu, call on or write .
llrsunn or . '
llrd aud Morrison
" . Baa
I a in i.i a i.e. Ji
orders. We also
Ottice rear of bavis'
cany Cascade! tteti
if ir wood
Phoue Main VU.
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