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Buy clothing whore you can get
hat writs VOU. We are selling
mre oloihfng than any store in
Suits $5 00 to $15.00
Pants $1.00 to $ 5.00
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
it, JUNK 8j 1,ml-
FEW BASELALL i KiURES
. ...ii. a Pappnntitaei of
, w ami I'wiok ' !' ,n,H
K ... ui r. . HUM ..
(,1 With IWSHHI
M Tfc.a .Meats r"
Mlrton, June s, m w .
.. ji. ...u.l.i l.i runs
l -.. rcnuipion nmr -,
P", t.iiiiiiy have Ill 1 f
1 ,r IOC Cll'l" "- -, . ,
Jto. Feed Moo bM BMW tOld
(trnr. tn "r i,lr '(rm,"
I'lricli lias 'i'1"' '"' """" ""'
i with Itarlow second with
' w I. u..nan.l I... 1- tint
0 WtllllS luiliai
unx lilt with nil safe hits "lit of It.
l" Ml. .Msat'li mime "
i ,. more than MM "I any oilier
i.l . 1.. la l..u la Imttititf
Uarlna- liUH hatted ill IlltlM'
n(. r . .
illiiii snv iitlmr member of the
Pullman, Wasb., on Wednesday, JtltM
111; Moscow. Idaho, on Thursday, June
20: hack to Colfax for another gum"
on Friday, June 21. The team will
come home on Saturday, June 22. or
mav atop that afternoon at Athena,
and play there on Sunday, June U
Whether the wt i is made or whether
tin' team cornea on to Pendleton, the
MOM will take place at Athena on
Sunday, June 0,
An effort is being made to have the
I .a tirande team OOtM belt for a itume
on Sunday, June 10.
tel. .'itu.it. r
I nd rl .
I .NDC II
M p tail It '
BM II W
plavere marked with an
imk, not Laving muile a sale hit,
IfllNMroiD ttie hatting averages.
oio on I v ulaved portions of two
l ood Im.l iih HiiIiIiiik chance
Trip for Baoaball Club.
Iliayjf M. A. Keller is hoping to
I'i'Uilletuti haseliall cluh on a
Ml trip .! the team make the
It will leave I eti.lletou un the
mat ol Muiidax , luni' 17, and nlav
IVilU Walla in the afternoon.
VW mi the night train via
Um, Oilfai will lie reached on the
log f the IHth and a ttame will
there in the afternoon ;
a -rlvalt at Hoi t
,1 I Just, Chicago.
A Miti-hell, J'ort land.
(' II (ireen, San Franciscu.
W Daititett, Minneapolis
A K Davis, Portland.
W J Furnish, Pemlleton.
Harry Kavmond, The Dallns.
S A Fraiis, Spokane.
ObM H QUilD, Portland.
F S McMahon, Portland.
W (.' Belt, Portland.
I. Lamping, Seattle.
A I) Walk-r, BmUU.
I B Holmes, New York.
0 G Shaver, Kansas City.
M J Morris, Kansas City.
A A lta,umgarth, Denver.
A Oppenheitner, Han Francisco.
A U Root, Hartford, Conn.
.1 K Dickson.
ti M Davis, La Grande.
V S BowtOi Portland.
II I' Billings. Omaha.
Lew (e.wer, New York.
S II Hooher, Portland.
C E Kooaevelt.
W Maher, Portland.
H I HatehiMOBi (ft York.
N B Macklin, Portland.
N II Craig, sn Francicao.
(' Otleshagen, P inland
Thos D McCar, Han Francisco.
H Leporte, Susauvilln.
H H Huddiniston, San Fraucisco.
Geo Mcftilvoray, Spokane.
C M Soiitb, Spokane.
S S (4111, Spokane.
Frank Hull, Lawton.
S A Hammond, Spokane.
Sha Didn't Waar a Maik.
But her beauty waa cmnpletely
bidden by aores, tdotches atel pimples
till she uaed Buckleu's Arnica Salve.
Then they vanished as will all erup
tions, fever sores, tioils, ulcers, car
batMSUM ami felonn from its use. In
fallible for cuta, corns. Minis, acalds
and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c at
Talluiau dc Co. 'a.
Can't Baat Harttn.
You can't beat Martin's prices on
gris-eries and yon can't find a it.
cleaner atock of groceries to select
from, lie baa now in stock a apacial
line of tancv cbeae including im
ported liiuberKer. Try aome of the
kipered herring and smoked white
tish that be baa received from the
Kant. Heinemltar the bakery depart -ment
of Martin's atore is tiie best in
iim.1 , " " fy'iiina
111 vr . n'lniKii vvnrib ami
5' jwalrj ..! m. M I .l lively
- ..'I'll. IIIBU.
Jweler and Optician...
t" AlBxamlor ,v llextur'a
Old Soldlar'a Bsparianoa.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of Wincheater, hid., write: "Mv Aife
was sick a long time iu spite of good
doctor's treatineut, but was wholly
cured by Dr. Kiug'a New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health. "
They always do. Try them. Only MW
at Tallmau & Co., drug store.
qpHH m m m
line tell foot header, three header
buda, OM) fourteen horse Pitts im
proved power almost new. Call or
J. T. L1F:UALLF;N, Adams.
Nuinbar Your Houiaa.
f See official ooliob bottom
page oi Mils paper.
VERS' BEST FLOUR
To make loj urB-d uge Bvere ut Flour. It took tirat
preium,,, M tllB Obicgo World 'a Fair overall couipeti
am ami giVs exoallent aatisfactmu wherever used.
knuy.tCI1 urautteL We have the best Steam
PUM Bailey, Seod Bye aud Beardleaa Barley.
ENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
ee Dem Freezers
I have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
rui out piut to ten qUart8, will freeze cream
ln from three to five minutes; alao have a full
I of flaking tackle, hammocks, etc. See my
c TAYLOR, the Hardware Man-
"SLUQ TWO'S" "PHAT TAKE'
BAKER CITY "RINrRR AND H I - MINK
the two alsive mentioned charges, was
withdrawn And defendant allowed
COLD WEATHER ON JUNE 4 5
Blew In First $11,000 Payment. Bat
Ha Will Salt Hit i mm I t,000,
Hartna- Laarnad Wisdom.
"Slug Two" got a "phat take" fa
terday, says the Kaker Citv Herald.
"Slug Two" is a printer in the jfcr
aid office who has "held cases" since
Vol. 1. No. 1. Mis MUM ll P, I, M, -
Oormlok, eaaajt BoutehniM, who
combines the profession of mining
with the trade o printing as a means
of livelihood. He is a good miner and
a good printer. He itrifted into this
camp last winter from Colorado, He
was in the habitual cointiton of a
printer whan he first came that is,
he was broke. He had sola a mine iu
Cripple Creek for M.000 and bad
gone through with the ti rut payment of
$11,1)00 like the prince he is. He was
holding cases on a Denver paper when
the monev cattle, and he laid down Inn
"atick," pasted up his "dupes," sold
his "siring" to a friendly Shy lock, and
hoarded a Pullman sleeping car lor his
old home in Boston. He bathed in
champagne, kept a valet, bought an
automobile, played golf, and was
ctherwise "It" in the staid Bnstotieso
societv which worships at the shrine
$11,000 Laotad Thras Month.
"Mac's" eleven thousand lasted
about three months. While it lasted,
however, "Mac" had a tune. When
the last of it disappear d, "Mac" hit
the road for the west again. He put
hit "slip in the rack" on the same
old Denver paper, and "Mlllud out"
enough to buy passage to Oregon. He
landed in Baker City and worked in
the job alle of the Democrat. He was
a good printer, hut he was a printer.
That covers a multitude ot eccentrici
ties, and one sin-a yearning for
"home." When be "showed up'1 at
the Herald ollice Foreman Billy Moore
made bid "Slug Two." lie MM
honored by being elected "chairuniu
of the chapel'' -a position of consider
able importance in a print simp, lie
dispensed even hailileil juMhc, and
every man and woman in both the
front and hack oflM likfld him liked
Lll oild way of saying things, his drol
Scotch with his it v stories, and his
great, big, kind Scotch heart. And oc
casionally, on evenings when "the
chapel" was rich enough to stand for
"rushing the can," and after "Slug
(wo" bad i.i lotted enough of that
which has made Milwaukee famous,
he would beaut beitignantlv upon the
crowd, and indulge iu good clean
tones ol other days.
One tale in particular "Hug Two"
would tell and retell, and, strangely
enough, would not change nor vary in
the telling, ll related how be owned
a mine in Cripple Creek, and how he
had s.tld it for 22,tKKl to a Boston coin -itanv,
and how that Boston company
had paid bun f 1 1 ,ls.M cash, and would
pay the balance on June I, l'.HM.
It's gettin' near the time, now," be
would say, "and when it comes, I'm
going home to Boston, and dinna ve
think I will spend it all like 'the
other." No one believed him. It
was the beer.
But Ha Got lha Monev.
But yesterday Slug Two got his "phat
take, lie "showed up" and asked
the foreman for permission to "put on
a sub". "Ab'm going to lioelon," he
explained. "Ah got mv money todav.
Ah got 110,8011."
The foreman was from Missouri and
deserved to be shown. "Slug two"
pulled out a handful of gold aud ex
hibited checks, drafts, cert i Ilea tei of
deposit and letteri. of credits, until the
sum told passed $10,000. The foreman
"slug Two" iated Up his "dupes,"
cashed hia "string," presided over a
"chapel" meeting long enough to
ele-t a new chairman, aud then shook
hands all around. He bateO to go, he
said. The Herald I toys had all treated
him line. "But I'm going home to
Boston. ' he said, ' Willi $10,000 in mv
clothes; and I'm going V lot 0,t '"'
days as 1 should my wile aud me."
ATHENA DEFEATED BLAIK
Spokane Aggraiallon Downed by 0.
born'i Yellow Youngsters.
Athena. June 7. Yesterday 'a game
between the Blair college team o .Mm
kttlie anl the "Yellow K nls ol
Athena resulted in a defeat fur the
Blairs bv a score of 6 to 2. While the
game was not as auappy as usual, yet
it was marked hv luunv good inoivm
ual plays and was also noted lor the
staying ijuaiities ot the visiting team,
who were practically ueieaioo in lite
tirst inning as thev struck out in one
two. three order and the home leant
crossed the nlale four liniea. thus
placing the viestorr in a HUM I rum
which thev could uot pull out, although
thev aauiely did their utmost until
their last man was out.
In the second and third innings,
I ioth teams were shut out. Iu tin
fourth, Blair got the tirn lallv ami
shut out the home team. J lie tlltll,
sixth and seventh were again blank
for both sides, each team scoring mm
in the eighth. Blair was shut out
attain in tht ninth and the game had
pasted on record as another victory
tor the "Yellow Knit-. "
The line up ..-. Blair college team
M .Kirov, lb.; Yates, 1. f . ; Klsdeit,
r. f. : Bradbury. 2b. : Wagner,
Kellam, c. I.j Kuran, $. Marshall,
3L. ; Morra, p.
Athena team -O. Blown. , ; Wil
lard, 3b.; B. Browu, p.; Cartano, I
b. ; Saunders, lb. ; Lleuallen, c. I.
Dell, r. I. ; Francis, I. f. ; Muprhy, c
Score by Innings.
Huokaue 0 0 1 u 0 1 o a
Attteua I t I I u u 1
Score by innings :
J -truck out -Bv Morrs. 6; by Brown
3: two bake hiU -B. Brown; hits
Blair, 3; Athena. 9; batata ou balls -by
Browu, 1 ; hit with pitched nan -uy
Brown, 1 ; bases stolen By niair, i
by Athena, 5; error Blair, 4; Athena
ti; umpire M. A. Bader, of Pendleton
CIRCUIT COURT MATTKR.
Another Orab Made at That Reulalla
T J Wanner and W. H. QillBOM
tr arraiuued this morning and
Iltv to the rhurue of 1amb
ling. The circuit court made a grab at
tbat name roulette bank roll anu loos
Wjl (him um ll lU the de lend 11 Oil- I hi."
is the same aauie tbat 11. m i Brauer
was convicted of eUutilug 21 silver dol
I. .l.i. Tiilun iaiuiii ituui on Friday of
robbiuu Joe Iiaroque, jr., waa brought
in for trial this loreuoou charged with
having robbed Joe Laruu.ua, ar. I Mj
eoiii.u. front Athena aud is on
trial thie afternoon. At the conclusion
uf the teatimony of the wituesees
oreaeut for the defenae, it may be nec
essary to take a short receas, perhaps
until Monday, to await tiie return ol
Constable J. L. Smith, who la abaeut
un a trip to Salem escorting prisoners
o the state penitentiary, ne .r
as a witueas for Hie defense.
- The charge against Frank Pambruu.
Jointly indicted with John 1 uleu onj
RellRlon Lotlnot Ground.
Tiie country Is becoming agitated
over religion. Periodically some one
arises and declares that it is decaying.
Thix results in countless discussions
until the agitation runs its course, and
still religion nourishes. It always
will, for it is something the world
MMTRi One of the finest recommenda
tions of Hoatattor'l Stomach Bitters,
the great American stomach strength
ener, lies tn the fact that it has lived
BO years in spite of hundreds of imitation-.,
and i renowned for its cure of
constipation, dysepi. biliousness,
malaria, fever and ague, and sees to
it that the lifegiving elements of the
food are assimilated with the blond.
There is nothing "pist as good." See
that a private revenue stamp covers
the neck of the bottle.
- a et m
MASONS MEET AT PORTLAND
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTRR, BLUR L0DUB
AND OK Oh H OF RASTRRN STAR.
Persons Who Will Represent the Various
Bodies In Grand
The grand Royal Arch Chapter of
the state of Oregon will convene in
Portland on Monday. June 10. The
grand lodge A. F. V A. M. will Con
vene at the -nine place on Wednesday,
June It, The grand chapter Order ot
Kastern Star will convene at Portland
on Monday, June 10. According to the
rules and regulations of the above
named Masonic orders the three
highest OfBoan of each lodge and
banter are ex-olhcio delegates to the
grand lodge and ttrand chapter. Cons-
itlenllv, the following are delegates to
the grrnd Royal Arch Chapter : T. C.
Taylor, higli priest: K. Alexander,
kitii:; K. J. Sunimerville, scrilx. The
I d low ing are delegates to the Masonic
grand lodge, A. F. A. M. : T. J.
rwead . matter; K. J. M.irphv, minor
warden; J. Rtbinsoii. junior war-
len. I'he Order of Kastern Star
otlicers, ex-olUcio delegates, are the
following: Mrs. Winn Johnson,
worthv matron; Mrs. C.J. Smith, as
sociate matron; Jerry Barnhart, scri'te.
Many Will Go.
In addition to those who have al
ready gone Mrs. Winn Johnson and
Mrs. C. J. Smith expect to leave tor
Portland on Sunday morning. June 'J,
P, 0 i.ivlar, R. Alexander, K. J.
hnmtnervillfl and v . i' nansioru ex
pect to leave ou Sundav. T. J.
rweedv, K. .1. Mtirphv and .1 . r. ttott-
insoit will probably start (or the
metmp il is on Tuesdav; June It.
it is nrohahle that several others
will alio he in attendance upon the
grand lodge missions from Pendleton.
Beware of ointments tor Catarrh that
tart. m -ur.'lv di'.truv the "i ttn' id
Miiell h 1 1 1 1'iiiit li'ti'l y derHiica the whole tys-ii-in
wlii ti i tiii ritiK it ihrntigh tint inuciin. stir
lie. Siirli srtn li'i ultiiiild never Ik- used fx-
ept mi pre. i riiilioti" Irnm reput.tili' pny.t
Ian. . tli.- .iMitiMiri' Ihav will dil I. tell (old tn
i , Ood you oaa niibfy derive fritin llMJ
ItslPii I'titarrh Cure, niHiiiilaeiiireil by t. J.
I'lietn v ,t t'n . I'nledii, tl ntslii. mi meretiry.
end l isk.'ti iiilenially, m tunc directly iipen
I be bam I an I mm nu mtim" ni tuo synuin.
In buyillK Hall's fiitsrrh flirt' Hire you gel
the genuine It i. iitki ti niteriially. eint made
in Tiiledn. thin, by '. J. Cheney Ji Co. Tesll-
Sui t to nil druggist., price 7i-. per Home.
Hall's Vsunl)' Pill, ere Ihu best.
I.n iran'de Chronicle : One tf the
most important business traiisactiona
recent Iv made in the county was con
summated here yesterday. Walter M
Pierce hi trustee lor a syndicate of
aio'aiists imr. ha-id the Oregon Hot
Snrint;' at Hot Lake miles east of La
tirande. 'I ! anu s of the member of
the svndicat are not made known.
1 he iitirchahe wa" made from Look ami
Miuthorn who a var and a half ago
leaw I the property f n a term of years
with privilege to improve and option
to bay. I root S. F. fovlMN and wife.
Judge Snell of the superior court at
I'ainma refin-ed t entertain the mo
tion of Prosecuting Attorney t'amphell
to i-.ue a death warrant for the execu
tion of the BOOT ic tt)d wife inurdrir.
Kbeii I. Bovce, hv reason if the ob-
. i .i, i i i .p -
JlH'lloll ol llie miMSHSI S OHUrsqii
', W. II Davis and J. II. O'Brien,
and for the rca-m that under the law
the date could m l ta hxed within :
latroiii this tune, nor could the
sheriff execute the writ within tbat
A suite of rootim in the F)asl Ore-
Onian building, hot ami cold water,
liathrisiin, lor fll a moniu iiurttig me
summer. Apply ai tne r.asi nti'iiuiinn
SRVRRAL STORIRS THAT TRLL OP
Paarad Dtmtit Wat Dona to Wheat
Crop, Ho t i hi. cannot Tat Re
There wai a cold spell of weather in
Pendleton ami throughout Cinatilla
county on Tuesday, June 4. It rained,
hulled, blew ami got quite cold. That
night will bo a date to be long remem
bered. Not a great deal of damage has
lieen reported, but it is feared that the
loaa is as yet underestimated or un
known even to those directly interested .
Some of the best informed farmers say
that they have not as yet been able to
ilinover that any considerable damage
has been done to wheat. Some farmers
at a distance from Pendleton, however,
claim that their wheat has been
Between Helix and Stanton.
Sam Kndecott came from Stanton
and spent four hours at Helix on Iri
dav. June 7, talking with farmers re
garding the freezing weather of the
night of June 4 and the morning of
Wislnesdav, June 5. Stanton is alstut
II miles north of Ibdix, which to
turn is 16 miles north of Pendleton.
Mr. Kndecott state that he could only
give the names of the Richmond
Brothers as among those talking, for
he was not acquainted with the others,
hut there was an expression of opinion
from Id or 12 that wheat had en-taincd
serioti" daBMUNi Spring w heat is just
jointing winle winter wheat is about
beginning its tlrst bloom. Those who
should know state that cold weather
such as that experienced this week ll
fatal tn wheat in bloom, which is a
delicate condition of plant life. The
wheal in the gulches of the region
around Helix and It) miles to the
DOrtu and east are mora affected, ap
parently than are the level and
higher lauds. One man expressed him
self: "Without plenty of rain HMD ,
the wheat crop is badly injured."
Froie the Pump.
G. T. Ellin, a farmer from Saxe
itatloD, six miles northeast of Pendle
ton, i- in Pendleton today, Saturday.
Mr. Elgin states that his pump was
ffoaan Up mi Wednesday morning, June
5. the tirst time that he can remember
ol such a thing happening at his farm
in June. Mr. Klgin states that the
blade- of wheat have ltecn nipped by
the irost. Imt the extent of damage
cannot be est imated at present. The
wheat on low grounds seems to have
suffered more than thai ou the higher
Mora Frost June 8.
T. J. Conrad and K. R. Banks came
to Pendleton June I, leaving their
homes in Pine valley 2i miles north
east of Pendleton at It o'clock iu the
morning. Passing through the Gher
kin Flat country north of Athena ami
mi down the Wild Horse, these men
were astonished at what they saw.
The frost could tie plainly seen on the
blades of wheat. Potatoes were ap
parently badly damaged, the tops be
ing black and wilted. Vlfalfa was also
The homeliest man in Pendleton as
well as the handsomest , and others
are invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs, a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs
asthma, bronci litis and consumption.
Price 2fc and oOc. For sale by Tal I
inan tV Co., sole agents.
Blat k iln ss gooda, 30 Inohti wide
Bitch dress 00dl 3ft inches wide
Bitch .itiu fini';h ilrcss gooda, 44 in. witlc
Cotton worsted dress c(i(ls.3t) inches witlc
Wonted rjrtta goodt( .i inches wide.
All wool Cheviot skirt anil suit material, )8 in Wide
Japanese silk in all colors, in inches wide ...
Japanese silk, all colors, J4 in. wide Tttfott tinish.
thtngttblt ttffetfl silk, I est quality
Ttirl ey red table linen. 58 inches wide
Blttchtd ItMi linen. 50 inches wide
Bleached libit linefli ! inches wide
Half blotched table linen, U inches wide
Hleat lied muslin, 3(1 inches witlc
Good aproti check ginghtm.
Hest apron diet ked gihgbt4H
Satine Petticoat, deep floum o, hnift pie ttin
Mercerited best petticoats, tccordito plotted floum e
Pefctle wrappcts new pattern trimmed lite 9 t" )t
Womon't Tailur MfiatStllti, in mixed gi
Women's Tailor .Made Suits.
Shirt waists, a lot to close, worth 1 to ft. JO
Men's sweaters, nst the thin", for now
Men's cotton so. per do ten pair
50 men's suits, some were P.y, others to til
reduced, the best ones
WomtQt' bitch hose, 3 pair for lt.00
Men's ualtundered white shirts
144 Men's underahirta and rJrtwtri on counter
to dozen women's ilonola shoes, patent leather tip
Reatl this Mmt every day,
'twill be worth your while.
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WW 7 2c
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
At WAV S IN I'M I: II: At).
Agents Hnttcrbks Pattcrna.
NATURAL AND ARTIFICAL
Retail and ton lots.
Telephone your ordtri Mam I, Main 57 or Main 8S,
or hail the driver of the blaok tMtn
"He is the Ice Van.,
VanOrsdall & Ross.
proMrly applied, with the proper ap
pliance at the nroper tunc, amuses tin
sluggish 1 and sends il coursing
tbrotgtl the arteries and veins like a
sparkling, leaping brook. This removes
clogged and poisonous matter from the
system. Can you afford to go crawl
ing around, dragging out a miserable
state of feeling when such a remisly as
is within your reach'.' Write for my
free booklets, which explains fully all
you may wish to know.
DR. A. T. SANDKN,
Arm In Arm with Your PtKfcettxiok .
i i -i 1
thir line carpels have been selected
with a lew ol giving voil the beat
iralva (or ynwrjnona Neat, elegant
and attractive patterns linked with
durability, and within the means ot
ill is what we ari offering in our Rue
-lock of tugs, carpi' and something
in lace curtains and purtiefBi It will
c is r Mm nothing in hsik at them.
Prieet are right.
Main street near bridge.
Under New Hanaement
Dept. A. Uuaael Itlm k ,
FOR GOLF RASH
Jli-.ii IU.il, lallaiuiualloiie, lli liuig. trritaituiie
.i. l.-ifuig., uudue nr olteusive pcrurti'in,
im aw ataaf saaaUee u. aaikiat
aoolUig, i.urif)ing. aa.l refrothiug as a Itettl
witli 1 rn 1 ha So.r, fiillnweil In the esti-rer
(onof tiy gitle aiiuiiiiuig wiin I IU l a.
IIik groat ekui eurti sua .ure.l jf eiuollleuta.
0 neeat lexi e t.reM en a.eet aw taeeaej
,1 . I, . i.V llld UMVllHl ll. Ml
ITi,l ,VHlS TOI l-'ll'l l.ll'. .1"! 1'UOJ.II I.-I1
7.i ilu, .orlil t 'Ui " I" a lit (1( O
jj, " ttui " tea is " BM.eisi et.
TRUC K I N(l,
S T O R A G K.
CR0WNER & SON.
jipf ; ' ' Li -jSij
Glre Us a Trial.
Kate:. $2.00 a da;
Special Kates by
Week or mootb
Bar and Kllllard Uooina lieadiiartere for Travellna Men
The Keel Hotel In baetern Oregon.
Van li an Kms . Props. Successort to J. I Moore
Ihl.afH'I.NK MAIN 4.
l o go Fishing
or for a cah to make a call
telephone Main 7tt.
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KleKdiiti) Furohbed Steam Healed
Block and a hall lru tie pot
!Miuplr Koona In conoaKtloa
50c, 75c. $1.00
...LEE'S LICE KILLER...
A aure remedy for lie ami iuiUm.
IuUh national i'ooltry '.! keeiie tbe hen. hoalthy. uiioa grit aiiia dOfeattua,
lioue meal givee .tr.ugin mj yuu. enna.
A clean, iuofl.usiv. but nutritious fartiliaar tvr your lawn.
C. F. Colesworfhy Poultry nU SuPPy p01
Polydore Moenn, Proprietor. J 11 jJllLf f Lil ULL"