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Blue Serge Coats, $3 to $5.
Suits $5 to $15.
Pants $1 to &
celling more dothing khan any stow
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
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T, MAY , 19W.
utter in tin1 MRf of hi
II I iliitt lie colli! ii I l- coin -
IICllcll I., clllSe this mi IIV. mill
tli it In' ('until tfivi' hwhv nil tin- I
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If II I'HHt'll Ul IIIOHC Will
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HUSADE AT DAYTON
, up in Arm' -'n,t th
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Sill that boyiand y.mtl.H
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-hJ.nlithe following statement
vr . ., .1 tin.
r, aim UK" piwui -
No man viiiihut it.
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HirOBll'Ulll ' l"'lllK i""H'-"
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, n .- li Willi l" "-i
(Ik HM haw mini wmi nacn
Mnn attentive olHi-ar. Wt- feel
, bodml tuilnall hi our power to
liMnrNiMMMal ol um mom
ilM- Man. i' inucli prclcr
j i t i in
ller im-n vnioiiwi 111 iiii"""'"' win
bit illi tlif lw. nr ii uk'v win
; tbrn lint tin' Wlli'i'r who lire
kraili toMifoNr tin lawn will tin
Urn .-m ilinv Om m in uo hi
I iirtlu r twiileaiantneaa. - 1 W.
lut ton. Waali."
; Hunt Huoiir Opinion.
ill! bv Inllnwi'il ii I'v ilia-
latum Matt llteratore, and they
Jii lrr.iient entertain nt- to
Mr piimn MMitiini'iit in i.ivor ot
Bnnc retmnii will im prc-
rl t" wrv citiien ot tlif town
it'iit no nciri' mI'uiii license Iii
In ihort, Half MM a "tronn
lel lll'lVeilll'lll nil Ion! In vn -
lllrtlo every aalnoii in tin- city.
Uaqunr inionK Ml men reveul
(art tint tliev arc nut vitv nnii'li,
i ill. lamd aixiiit tiic Sunday
an; nut iff. One mini -.ml thai
aWai let him lioaiiie and henw
aiaa M it MM r ami I liat a- M ul
ftftiui'Unl an nrderlv limine, he
Jtiiiak it mill jnt thMt In- lif nt -1
1 tiiiniY ti. k.'f . upon Hut that
ii rvnt he uild nut rcfiwe to
Otbcf Mill till' lllllla IlllSlheSS
am tubal littli tixi'iipt ilnnnti m
'iwi-firli year. .11 , that ln iliil
1 (iff inn 'i lii'tlur In. Until 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 r
H' latlMHtd, h0WMT that
nihi "iwn on i ri'Mtniiriint anil
Chaap Uuya" at Baker City.
Tin' hill dfolnlng th bMtbsll
Kroiinda wan rovcri'il with "ohMp
nya" ynHtnrday during tho progrHMH of
the BnkwrHaiitliitoa giiiiw, MM kbj
Hnkor City Herald, rbc oaMiden
worn 10 Dolly an tbOM in the grim I
Htand, and ofTKrod advici' to the umpire
iiinl plavern n frnnlv an thimn who hail
piml for that privilnKH. While there
DM Im- on Ihw to prevent hiii-I 1 people
tnnii Hitting Upon the lull Hiid eni"V
ing a Kame of hamiiuill, nt tin- mime
iiiii- h Henmi ot right rilnuild ronrpel
thoin to help the lorn I team along
liuaui'ially nud enrmirngi' them in
their effortH to provide a good, rlean,
bMlthy , Hport mid eiiieriiiiniiinn! for
tin pajoplc, it in nndantood that dor
ing the MSI game guard will he
poNled on the hill, which in private
property, the owner having given per
uiinaion, it i aaid, to have them
kef 1 1 people off the place.
A Daap Myilary.
It in a myntory why women endure
Inii'kailie. iMMMOiMj Mf VOQIMM,
HleepleHHiiDHH, imdaucholy , faint ing and
dizzy apnllH when thmiHandH have
proved that Klectric HittnrH will
ipncklv cure IMJB trolihleH. "I Hllflered
for vearn with k idney troiihleH, " writei'
Mm. 1'heln' Chid my, of PoterHon, la.,
"and a lame hack pained me mo 1
could not iIthhh inyrndf, hut Klectric
Hitter- wholly cured me, and, although
711 yearn old, I now am aide U) BO all
my bMMWnrk." It overcoineH coiiHti
pntion, InPTOVM aiipntite, given per
fect health, (inly .wl.' at lull man V
Oo.l' drug Htore.
N. P. Pan-Amarloan Tlokata.
The WaHhington .V Colll'iihia Kiver
railway, in connection with the North
ern Mm, will Hell ticketn tn tM
"I'an-Auierican eipoaii ion ' ' at IliifTulo,
on the firat and third Tiininliiv of each
mootht June to Ootobtr, iucluHive, ut
rate of $7li for the riMIDd trip. TicketH
will he limited to thirty da.VM, continu
uiih piiHHage going. Sloo-ovnr will he
alhiMeit retiiriuiiL', within limit (it
ticket. Knr full inirtnularH call on,
WAI.IKK ADAMS, Agent.
fiaWSSfftS1 "" vrytlitiif
iSi '"'iiilui iu
M ik "' "i'oimii- wnrlli win!
"iotitm "' l"'v,"K your
!" "' "" i I pnalllvnly
pw luaritiiiau gun I- a. iotraauuluil.
mm anj Optician..,
T l"rt"AIa...Ui(l llxtr'a
Tot tauaa Night Alarm.
"One night my hrothur'a hahy wan
tiiknii with croup," writim Mra. J. ('.
Mi ulor, of Crittenden, Kv., "itae ed
1 it would Mtrangle liofort' we could get a
doctor, mo we gave it lr. King' New
I'lNcovery, whisk gav Uick mlinf
and imrmauently cured it. We alwayn
; keep il in the hoiiae to protect our
children from croup and whooping
cough It cured me of a chrmiic hrom
Sblsl trouhle that no other rSUSd)
would relieve." Infallihle (or DOOgMi
coldM, throat mid lung troiildeM, 0e
aud$l. Trial liottlen free at Tal linan
j Ai Co.a.
Woodman Unveiling and Deeoratlon.
(in Thuraday May M, 10 a. m. the
PSDdlstOS camp, WSSQBMS of the
World, will unveil the MOBBSjSBMI l
late MlgbbOM F. W. Lm and J, W.
Hurdanc, ami alHo deenrate the gravei-
of late Dwishbort K. P, BettlemUr
Wm. M MoBroom, N. H, Tsnssrj
iimi .1 l Mi'Cnv I'urniitM and rela-
tiven invited to he preaeut.
htatk or (lino, city or lotauo 1
l.lk'AK i.'oumtv. 1
Kmnk J riiuimy uiakiw natlt dial do la tin
Miiuiir im 1 : in 1 ul M 10 in ul K J. ciifiiey v Co
iIuiiik I.ii-iii. -. Ill (In- i ll)' u( luk-ilu. fttuill)
ami iUta wfuruaaul, mul dial muI Br in will pay
tM auai 01 On Huadred Dollar (or aoh and
very oaa oi Ualarrli iftat cauuui uuuurad by
iiu' aaa ut Kair Uatarrh i hw.
Hwuru lu bodirv luu Hint nubaeribi- l ill uiy
- - pre no 1 ta ul n i a.
Dinner a Specialty.
ur" ALL NIGHT
I Mat. I'
A. W. UI.EAKON,
Hull's ,ui 1 1, 1 .in- la Iwkuli in. 1 null ami
acta ttireetly nil Ik i ami niaruua aarlacva
u! in. ..-(. I,, Huml (or nunuuuiilHla. (rue.
K J CHKNKY A Ul!., luti'ilu. OUIo.
1 by itrtigglat. Tie.
ll.iu - I-1 on in I'dUarv (In- Iwat.
A auite of rooina in the Emit Ore
goniun baild lag. hot and cold walur,
bSthrOOO), lor fit a mouth during the
Mummer. Apply at the l.u.-t Oregoiiian
MUta lot onrog'.tn,.
ISMI 1 '
M MMIIh I'ouiliautu, Uragou
WmmimmWmk I I W Ii MA m1
fl l' -v
mwr t vCa wren
PBND1.ET0N WON THE CUP
ANNUAL FIELD tONTBSTS HELD ON
Five Hundred People Wltn Competi
tion Belwoen Thla Plaee, Union,
Baker City and Weiton.
live hundred MNORI were pfMMlt
at tM BlmpaoD rsoftrMia mile bmi ol
Pendleton on M"ih1h . iv t
witneMH the field day Mporta incident to
the MHCond nnniial liMf biffa mcIiihiI
meet. The title of inter-high nbool
iloea not exactly fipplv, for the tnmn
"l ibs Kanterti OrSfOD Htate iiormal
Hchool competed, in a.ldition to the
high Mhoola of Maker City, Union and
WMtOB. The nilver cup emhlematic of
the ObSmpiOMblp offered hy the
TflbrJM wan won hy IVndleton' with
47 pointn; Wenton wan MOOSd with 18 1
Baker Cty third with Cmon
fourth with 7. In addition to the
championship the wintterH of the
different eventa were preaented with
individual modalri, gold onen for ti r nt
prizen, silver onea for necond.
1 he Expected Delay,
I'eople who attend held day nnortn
have heroine no MCBSMflMd to delav
in the commencement of the program
that they expect It, mid would have
I heir nervnun nynteinn rudely nhorked
if thillgn liappeiied otherw Ine. There
wan no nhock experienced, (or the ex
pected happened, the DMTOlCUblc de
lav occurred and the nportn Htarted at
ah. nit 'J ::I0 iiinteml of '2 o'clock.
(Mice under nav. Hie I ft event mi Hi..
card were called up and dmpohed of
without nciav. 1 he furl that the uro
gram wan not lininhetl mini 7 o'clock
in the evening mat end of at ft o'clock
wan tiecaune it wan ton luntf to he
handled within the advertined tune.
Experience would neeni to indicate
that the rucen only nhould take nlace
in the afternoon and that the held
eventn, nuch an running high jump,
hammer throw, nbot put, runniut;
hroad jump an. I pole vault., nhould he
hind in the morning, for they are long-
irawii-out and it liecomen tireaome to
Compllmant for the Rataree.
DOMM W. Hill, of Walla Walla,
ofliciated an releree, and did much to
make the meeting 11 MSMMi He known
hin luiHliienn thoroughly. He rrJlbsd
Ihingn whenever poMHlhle. The iii.mat;-
ern lor the renpective leiiinn did their
pari aino, anil the athleten came out
llllcklvwheli called to the ncratch II.
DP, Mimical, manager ol the Eantern
1 Iregon nlate normnl MbOOl team, wan
unahle to lie preaeut all the tune, but
looked on lor a lew miuulen. (.lark
NelNon oAsiSttd in hin place. Knv
McDaniel, ol Maker City. T. UdsU, Ol
(JbIMi and Uoy Oosklls, i'end lotou,
were the other three maiiakfern
Pendleton Haa Won Iwle.
I'endleton haa now won the chani-
pionnhip cup two nnccennive vearn. In
order to retain the cup pnrmaneutlv, it
in horcHHiiry lor a team ' win it three
timen 111 a row, rnnncqueutlv the meet
ing next year will he of added interent.
1011-yard daah lladdelev, Wenton,
hrnt : w. VSvrick, I'endleton, aec 1 1. 1 :
Newton, Maker City, thirl. Time,
Half inile run Mrowu, K.iker t'ltv,
lirnt; Hupuin, I'endleton, necnml : Head,
Wenton, third, rune, miuuten, 14
M0ySfd hurdle N.wlon, Maker
City, tirnt: HeHHian, I'endleton. aec-
oiu( ; MoorboMti PwdletoSt third
riDMi -tt'4 MOOOdl,
lluit-iiiue oicycle race I'avlor, I'en
lletou, (irat; Kenyou, Maker Ciiy
- 1 lav, I endleton, third. I line.
I minute, 1,1 'u Mecondn.
Ituuniiig high jump t'roiiin, I'endle
ton tirnt-, Durr, liuker City, Mecmd;
VS. Mott, Went third. Height, 6
(St, - ischea. Cronin then jumped
lor a PSSSfd and uiade ft feet, A 1 lichen,
and nilMMoil ft leet incliei- hv ahout
hall uu inch.
lL'0-vard hurdle Newton, Maker
City, tlrt; Moorhoue, Pendleton,
necnlid : l llikertoii, e-loii, third.
I' 1 tut' . I5'v necondi'.
Hummer throw ,1. N. Scuit, Wen
ton, tirnt , Waldcii. Weatoll, ae( I
Allen, Maker City third. I'lntance, 70
-'JO-vurd dali Newton, Maker Citv,
lira! : MiCoiuiell, linker titv, necond;
W BtOtti Wenton, third. Time ".'ft
Shot put-1. N. ioOft, Wenton, firnt ;
W. rott, Wenloii, necond; (lilale,
I'nion, third, iiiatance, BJ feet, 10
Half-mile walk -Wooda, Wentn.
tirnt ; Keuu, I'endleton, neoodl I'eter-
non, I'endleton, third. Time,:; minnten,
44U-yard danh-W. Wvrick, I'endle
ton, lirat 1". W. Srutt, Weaton, aecoinl ;
Keeven, Maker City, third. Tune, 6
i'ole vault odale, Union, tirat;
Cronin, I'endleton, necond; HoliliH.
I'nion, third. Height, N feet, 10 im hen
One mile bicycle--Taylor, I'eiidle-
ton, lirat; Munuinter, Wenton, Necond ;
Waterman, Womioii, third. Time, 2
minute, 41 aecoiid.
Kuniiing broad jump - Kleeuur, Wen-
tou, lirnt ; Cronin, I'endleton, BBOOBW I
Keeven, Maker City, third. Hmtanre.
IK feet, ri iuche.
due Milt relay race, four relayn
Maker Ciiv lirnt, with Keeven, Kelly,
Hug"!"' and McConnell, I'endleton
MOOnd with Dupsif McCarty, HeaMian
and W. Wynck ; Wenton, third, w ith
rivott, Wooila, I'rice and Kleeuor. Only
three entriea. Time, I minute., 41 aei -ond.
Total a - I'undleton, lirnt, 47 poiutn.
Weaton, m I. 43 ioiiit. Maker City,
third, 3M imjiuU. 1 in" 11, fourth,
po 111 tal
Name or the Ottlclali.
Keferee, llorney W. Hill, of Wulia
Judge of the race Bert Marnh
John E. l.alhrop, C. J. Ferguaou.
Judge ol tield event (ieary K i 111
brail, Koy Haley, William Knox.
Starter, E. i. ('ameron.
scorer, K. S. I'ond and C. A. Munk-
Aiiuouncer, E. 1'. Ii.nl. 1. aviated by
Mavur r . W . lucent.
Tuner, James Irwin and Chrin
Innpector, 1-red Muddelev and Koh
W, l letcher.
Eolluwiug i a lii oi the individual
winner, together with the number of
point Hcored by each: Newton, Baker
Ciiy, three tirut ami one third pUre,
Id points; Cronin, Pendleton, one first
aiul two third place, 11 points ; Taylor,
I'endlutoii, two first, 10 poiut; J.
N. Bgott, Wenton, two first, 10 poiUMi
W. Wyrok, PandlttOD. 1 point; W.
.1. oil, Weatoll, 8 . wiui.- Odale,
I'nion, (i, Woods, WuHtou, 5; Budde-
I lev, Weston, ft; Heenor, Weston, 6;
I ii r 1 itt... . k . 1
pruw oaaur i n ,1, .uuorootiBt-,
I'endleton, 4; Durr, Baker City, S;
Dapuifi i'entlleton, 8: liediau, I'en
dleton, 3; Kenyon, Baker City, 8
Walden, Weston, S; McConnell, Maker
City, 3; Keun, I'endleton, Si Bauni
ter, Weatnii, 8; Beeves, Baker City, 2;
Jav, I'endleton, 1; Bead, Weton, I
PibksftMi Wetun, 1; Allen, Baker
Citv, 1; 1'elerHOii, t'endletou, 1;
Dobbu, I'niou, 1; Waterman, Weaton,
1. Thua it will he mtou 26 differeut
men won point for their respective
nchooln The above lint contain no
record "I the H polBtl made iii the mile
Athletea Were Overcome.
BSfCfSl of the athleten were over
come nt the OOBOImIm Ot aome of the
eventn and ml lapsed. Jim Wvrick and
IJenii, ol I'endleton, and Baniiinter, of
Wenton, were among the number. All
have fully recovered today. Two
milium were ml. .at thia DOfnlag, one
that lUnn dead, the other (hat
Jim Wvrick had died. Moth the vmnii
men were able to lie out to tlen'y the
riiniiir in pernon.
LOOKING FOR GOLD BRICKBRS.
Walla Walla' Chief or Pollee Up Agalnit
the Real Thing Sharp.
Good Mtond Juke Kanffman, obisl
"f Walla Walla'n police torce, and
nnerooi to n fanlt, think he haa
found a "rara avia" in the line ot
ought-to-be jail bird. Alniont anv of
the chief 'a many friend will hack tiitn
in hi noaition taken in the following
alory of a recent affair a told by the
.lame Habiiey, a former convict,
ia locked up in the city jail, the reault
ot an alleged bunco game. Chief
Kaullman declare he will not mat
until he ha landed Hahney upon "(he
hill" for 11 1 1. 1 in 1 term.
The little alip of paper given out by
a Chineae laundryman or one he wa
irjppOMd to have given out ia at the
botton of thia lat ecpade of Pahney.
Whenever a man loaea liia ticket lor
hi clothe in a Chineae laundry he
call upon the police to accompany
him there and then after pointing out
hi good they are turned over to him,
hut the polite have t aign the book
with the owner ol the clothe. Thi i
fur the protection ol the "Waahee
A hunt five weekn ago Dabney came
to the chief and told him he had loat
hi laundry ticket and Mktd that the
clothe be turned over to him. He
said he had been to the laundry and
picked out hi bundle.
The obisl tell into the trap. He
went down, and nnre enough there wa
the bundle, and following out trie
uniial process Habney got the clothe.
Some of them were of finer material
than he naually wear, but the chief
concluded it would he all right.
Yeaterday, (ieorge McMole, of Clyde,
appeared at the laundrv mid presented
a ticket which called tor the bundle
Haluiev had necured. Explanation
followed and lant night Chief Kauff
man arretted Habliev on the ntreet.
He lucked him up to gnawer the charge
of obtaining good under falae pre
tenen, Hahnev trie now to equare
himself by saying the clothes liehmged
to hi brother. But he will remain
in jail, 'and the chief will put up
about .5il tor hi experience. "I
am looking out for gold brick men
How," he declared laat night, hut
I'll fix that (ellow Habney thia time."
ALL MAIDS GIVB ATTBNTI0N.
Walla Walla Man Dealrea to Rattle Oft
Hlmaeir and Get a Wire.
If the city editor of the Walla Walla
tatenmau be a truthful man, the
iininl- "I 1 Ii. Pacifii' North went have
Mf an "pport unit v to gel a IniMhand
mi I .1 -mul I fortune. The Statenluan
man probably found the atorv in aome
l.iiHtern pap-T, and applied it to Walla
Walla, although there ia only conjec
ture an a ham for the charge of the
MAtemnan having nfolen thi thunder.
It goen on to Hav that a certain
m 1 leal lOOl man "' Walla Walla, in
experienced 111 love-making, auxiou
to have a wnet, lovely, charming
beautiful, cultured, accompl iabed wife,
and a bank account, too. it willing to
wi 1 1 .rd mate the aloredecri IhkI ntvle of
wife to the hank account, and there
fore offer hininelf a an object to be
rallied off, in thi manner:
"I propone to have a content, if I
can call it that, open tor a certain
periia!--aav three month. The ticket
are t . lie liutnln'red and to cost I.i farh
There are to Im- a fow nerenaary rentru
tlonn The Women must be between
JO and do year of agf', t hey muat not
he crippled or alllicted with any incur
able diaeaae. The content in only opi-n
to white people, but there are no re
nlrntioii an to religious belief or
national it v . I'm willing Intake my
chance on imikM.
I I1111' placed the contest III the
hands of friend of mine and it is be
ing advertised. If it i properly placed
before the public. I believe that from
L'laai to Hi a HI tickets can be aold. There
ia ao little love iu marriage that are
contracted now that I (eel confident at
least 'J000 young ladle will take
chance, for they will not only jjot a
himhuud but if thi contest pan out
us it abould do, 1U,000 alao. At the
name tune, they muat lgu a contract
that, nhould the union not prove cou
genial and a euit for divorce follow,
th m to waive all claim to alimony."
There hann't, ao far, la-en any uh
hv healthy women under Q years old
to tHke the young man with the ntring
011 him attached hy thi lant condition
H Martin Lead.
K. Martin in entitled to he caRed
the leader in the grocery trada- on ac
count of bin long exierieiice in the
hiiniiioHs. Then a he buy in car lot
for iab be gel a trade and cah din
count which give him hi gsi a
littli (ihMPai HUM Otbsf lore. Mar
tin gives tin Having in hi buying
once to his cusloiin r. It you want a
big bill of groceries get price at other
atoms and then Martin cwu Unit their
Maker City woolgrower complain
that the market 1 dull and that the
rc.-ult is tight money at that place.
CUT OUT fi
ENCLOSE IT TO ME WITH
Ami 1 will furnieh you ail complete,
read v for uee, my 10I Mmlel No. 7
H t N OKU KLH0TR1C MEET, it i
superior 111 make, qugljly and power
to any belt offered by oCher dealer (or
which they charge 40.0nl. Eetabllahed
80 war. Write today for my latit
booMi 'Health iu Nature" and
' Mrehgth ; It Uaeaud Abuv by Men. "
DR. A. T. SANDEN,
Dept. A. Kuaael Block,
P'lHTLAND, - - OlfKOON
Standard ramadf lor Oteat
Gunorrhoia and Hunmnf a
IM 4 HOURS. Curea kid
no, aad a until. 1 ItuuMea
RED RIDINO HOOD'S RESCUE
JUVBNILB OPBRBTT A BY THB PUBLIC
SCHOOL 1 M 1 1 PR RN
Th Fraxer Opera Houte Wa Pilled
With an Audlenea on Monday
Little Red Hiding Hood, remem
bered by every civilned person a one
of the juvenile heroine who adorned
the page of story, wan duly rSBOSSd
from the lavage wolf who would lure
her to her death as she paed through
the forest to her grandmother' home,
from her own house, with a basket of
foodie. Iva Kimbrell was the Eittle
led Biding Hood, Nellie Kimbrell the
mama, Myron Hawks the woodman,
Fred Vincent tl.e wolf, Blanche Shull
the rose, Pella Privett the buttercup,
and the remainder of the cast was:
Robins, Archie McFarland, Claud
O'Harra, Wtllanl Bond, Clarence
Boll of men 1
Bluebells, Margaret Lowell, Mary
Means, Edna Slater, Bessie Marsh,
Pkyllli l'aks, Pauline Jones, '.Vila
(aimer, Irene I .a How.
Pianist, Miss Starkweather
A full chorus of ftO forest children,
ang the choruses with volume and
It was a very charming entertain
ment, well prepare! and rlnelv ren
dered. Everyone will remetn!er the tale
atnl how he sat with wonder beaming
from hi even a he heard the experi
ence- of Red Biding Hood related in
the dav when such thing were real
and trne a BOOpol truth.
There i the prettv home ncene.when
the robin call the children to the
grove, and mama end her daughter
of the pretty red riding Imml to her
grandmitther' home, bearing a banket
Of dainties for Hie grandame.
As she goes, she is greeted by the
Mowers, the buttercups, bluebells and
rose singing to her in loving tone, and
he sing to them. Then come the
wolf, and she with him races to the!
grandame' home, the wolf going In
line pathway, Riding Hsod by another.
The woll arrive tirnt, and then trie
to kill her, but the STSOdBUM reacne
her and foil the subtile wolf in hi
Then the report comes to the children
on the home lawn that Biding II I
is lot. The rose gives (hem hope, and
this hope prove to be well founded.
lor Killing II' 'I and the other re
turn in nafel
Huring the progress of the opera,
Ahlina Helloed, the BojrleS sisters,
Veeta Desalt aad Carrie BbeMrasfl
saug the sungs that were explanatory
of the story.
Still More Counterreltlne.
The secret service has unearthed an
other hand of counterfeiters and
secured a large quantity of bogus bills.
which are 10 cleverly executed that the
average ieraon would never suspect
them "f being spurious Thing
great value are alway Mlostos b
counterfeiter for imitation, notably the
celebrated Honletter'n Stomach Bitter,
which ha man v imitators but no
equals for indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation, nervouanee and general
debility. The Bi ttera aet th i fig right
in the stomach, and w hen I he stomach
is iu ginni oerter it makago.nl hioo.l
and plenty of it. In thin manner the
Bitter get at the seat of strength ami
vitality, and retore vigor to the
weak and debilitated. Beware of coun
terfeits when buying.
The ti rm ot Hohhacb and Leather
ha diHHolved partnership. Wm.
Leather retire and Otto llohbach
ill continue the BSliMM and will
col led and pay all bill.
I'endleton, May 17.
I'roL MoEltreab, of the I . ol O. , ia
experimenting to (iud out what sea
lions eat, to assmt in carrying 011 the
11..L i.i ,li. ul pnt i iiu lliMln I.i r , ' tbt
salmon billing industry.
For TUESDAY, WED
33 PER CENT OFF on
"We arc dstoftninsd lhal Ihore ihsll bs no dull Ji) u ihii -itorr."
BtggMf lino In town sct display in middle windoWi
hlatk Hose witli white feet, 2fio.
Hlack Hose drop nt itched, 25c
Tm aptae i itaante. i rci reaaiai
wliDvliu Ida auru la uu more ulliuala.iK
tliau ar IUub uimi ami women aliu rl It lor J
HJtAllTI AMI IM.KA.ii HK
on .luoelli runul.iK wlnwla ul orovau MftOi
(oi oumton nud aatcly'a aake.
anonl.rd Kaiatjlera ouat
Lad ie or dent' Boadkter ftt.Of
LaViiei or f .entn Light Roadater II" i
i.ent- IU pOBSd liao-r ni .mi
Ladie or (ient Chainlea .... 'i (i
Ideals M, ffKi IN
R. W. FLETCHER.
ageul I'uiaUlla ' otiuiy
Agent HuttcrEks I'nt'crna.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Monmouth. Ore.
MM AND I liwn IK I'hn ileiiiaii'l ler
gta4ttte of the Neraal leaeel flail oi las pax
net ii"- ben mm h eayoerl ia anppiy Poiuiona
mill (rem imn i leltaSB ftt MMth
YATS.OMTinCATM ivn DirUlMAi am
OMti art pre eared tor tea Mala I aaeitaaUeM n't
reaiilly take .tat'' mujwi on gradaatlM.
Mlriiiic Ira.li'ini' nli'1 I'i -i,ninl i mir-r Well
equipped rralalag Deeartinaai Bapesaei rmiKi
Irniii II M In 17 i rer Kail d rm opeMleSl 17
Kiii Mtalega nlalnlii mil Inliirinalliie ailitraa.
t t. ' mi mil., heeMesi
or j ii v. n i i k.k. MepMarr.
Kasy Running, ( 'lean Cutting.
Tbty an- gUMtntsed. 011 and see them,
(il II Main Street.
Under Ncv flana gemenfl
fiivf Us a Trill.
Kates $2.00 a day
Special Katas by
Week or month
Ksr and Kllllard llooins lleadquarlera for Traveling Men
The Hat lloll In daatern Oretfon.
Van Dran Bru.. Props. Successors to J. E. Moore
lolel sl Gen
Q8U .mivi m. Hrup
Klenautly Furohbed Steam Heated
I umpean Hlau
m tk aad a hall trura depot.
Sample W 011111 In connection
Room Kate SOc, 75c, $1.00
AL-LW in lu) 4f
AW lauavravjataaeai 1
Tgess u ...1 si
CORE YOURSELF I
Caw llie; M fur uiiuilurJ
irrtlMtloiis "f ul' ti tie
f iuucvui iiitiutrsvuie
rululenv, ttti'l ii I aai'ii'
LfHttsCriiJ'tatGo ut suiiuiw.
said r u(u
I i US nit aB. UK Labi fur
I s. ur S LH.ilKe $i V.
In iiUi save I ual reajuueil.
WOOL FOR SALE.
Thursday oi esoh wse I will bs ;n tlm First National Hank
offtos to rtosivs isalt'l lilw on loi of srool Noh. 6, h, 8 and
17, about BOO sacks, now stored In the Independent ware
house; alHo about 800 taofcs of this yearn ejin. I psjarvt
the privilege t rejeoiiug any r all iilH. Adufsssj me Pan
dleton "i rilol rUwk. Telephone Pendleton " ranch on
Bear Creeh J R kVIITH,
...LKKS ITCH K1LLEK...
A anre remmly for lice and mite.
International t'oultry rmni koein llie bSM liealthy, mica gril aid eUpSteSSi
BOM meal Klve alreiiKtli to young ehUSli
I i( INK MIC AL
A clean, ino(!eiilve but niitrltloua fertiliser lor your lawua.
C. P. Colesworihy Pou,try nd ?? SuPP'y p1
If you ride this season ride a CRESCENT
For Health. Strength and fi
I l . flri.iL .......
I IC U-lll C ll IIIIV
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.