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That (ha ItagtMt Cash StOffl is sell
ing Roods at ttir very bottom prn i s
That our stock is new and (rath) up-to-dati-
and attractive; cOIBa and Ma,
That wc don't Chlfgl yon anything
for looking at out fOOCU, and if you
don't want to buy wt? in your friends
still. CofMOtia treatment and fair
dealing hrins its reward
THE MAGNET CASH STORE
Clemonts . Wilson. Court and Cottonwood
MO N'DAY, JUNE 10, lull.
HUPB FOR DBMOCHACY.
A recent . .In nrial in the Pottlaad
Orej(oiian in very sunest iv' to demo
crats. It analyxs the political situa
tinn in astute manner, anil predicates
xRfillc democratic victory in MM
from causes the Oreifonian now sees to
be operative. The Oregon ian writer Ifl
correct in III view, fie intinuiteH
that the democratic party loft around
when it aliamloneil tariff reform ami
took up with other i-snes.
Tlie trend today i- toward tariff re
form. The recent agitation ol Rapfa
centativf Hah k. of Wisconsin, i-
iirnilicant . Me is a republican of
KtamlinK wlio Is In line with Um BMN
intelligent of hi partv associates, lie
sees the danger ol continn."! r.oiilili
can advocacy of high tariff Untie, -pecially
on article manufactured by
the trusts. He realises that think
men are now ciynmint ot the trutti
that our "infant industries' ' have
grown into giant, and that tlx- wau
lliug cluthiug ba been cxchiiiii.il lor
the garm-uit of the man, ami that pro
taction for such mammoth i alisonl.
HuniMife the diuuocrat ic iutrt h.i.l
held ttrndy to the ground occupied dnr
log Cleveland time. It woulU now
he in position to apial to the country
with a platform agreeable to rational
men who )eire tlac country' good
The trend in labor circle iditinct
ly lowanl the democratic party, lie
continuation of a high tariff i- mtei
preted by the laboring man a trail
antagon im t i tin' laborer' interest
ami tlie trust magnate, notalilv
Charles Schwab of the steel trust,
have in judiciously attacked the labor
union idea. 1'orto Kican iniuNtice i
rightlv attributed by the laborer a a
fruitage of need own by the trusts.
Theae are only a few straws imlicat
my the w i in I h .lirsction. they art
siimiticant, however, and show hw
hope may Hprmg in the democrat n
heart that reuunl lean power i- i ,..i
permanent. The ve.ir l ull mav e,
reversal of the verdict of 1MM1 ami
BUILDING UP BASTBRN OHBUON.
An hastern Oregon newspaper
printed in another town contain a
lama tide advertisement that otivev-
the information that a certain ladv in
Portland desires to contract ma
trimony. She aetn forth with becoming
candor ami yet with not a augguninui
of imuioUesty that she is young yet not
too youthful; experienced altboug)
not in the ieat inclined yet to look
upon life an a tame affair, and,
paramount . awool of disiioeitioii. She
states in the advert iHcment that her
object ia t 1.,-tter her condition in life
that alio i exactly in earnest in her
venture, and that alio prefer to nml
her buabaml and make her home in
Mere i- what iirohahlv inanv an
Kasterii Oregon man ia looking for,
aweet, lovely, docile, cheerful, Ireah
wiae vouni; woiii.i i, wlio wa ii I ' live
in tin- part of the world a- i t III
Doubtless, the Ml (eiiiale'a mail
i tilled with letter?-, photon ripbi aad
propositions, and, no one nili doubt,
the genial imluatrial agent id tie' O.
K. A N. la now busy, too. settling the
important question aa to which offer
should be accepted by the fair earner
alter connubial happiueaa, for, of
courae, thia matrimonial bureau a
branch of thai o. Ii. ,v N. industrial
The assiduity of Col. Jndson and his
assistant, Captain C. K. Kiuead, who
conduct the department, ia coiniiieu
dable. They may be depended upon to
encourage any enterpriae calculated to
build up hastern Oregon.
THBHI IS NO C0MMBRC1AL PH1-NU.IIII-
cial sense between Knglaml and the
I nitad States ia a sensible a it would
be to talk of the tenderness of a tiger
for her prey. The tiger in a much a
friend to the ipiak lag animal a DOM
warm llfoblood ahe ll about to drink
a on iiuitry to another when the
commercial interest of the two come
Individual American may and
should feel ktndlv toward our Knglish
national relatives. Knglish people
have Home reasons for having a friend
ly leeling for the citi.en ol the re
public that sprang from the kingdom
that made King John give the Magna
Charta, liberty's tlrst great victory.
Hut, friendship in these days ol the
dominance of material interest' It is
a tigmenl of a cheaply sentimental
writer, or, of a score of the same ilk.
WHK.HK I'ATKICK HKNRY SPOKK.
Write" William B, Curtis m the
Chicago Heeord-llerahl :
The seem- of Patrick Henry's great
speech on the lamp act is one of the
most charming little building in
America II Id court Jiorte of Wil
liamsburg which wa designed by Mir
Christopher Wren, the architect of St.
Caul's cathedra! and Other of the most
famous public edifice of Knglaml. It
stand halay in an excellent state of
preservation, and look very small
compared with the ordinary county
court houses of modern America, but,
unlike manv of them, It la a chaste
and symmetrical example ol architec
ture, Uautifnl in it simplicity. Tne
room in which the house of burgesses
met on that memorable occasion is
unchanged and is still used for judi
cial purpose. I'ivery Saturday morn
ing a justice of the peace occupies the
bench ami impose hie - upon the
petty offenders, mostly uegroei, who
are brought before him. The remainder
ol the building, which is of a single
story. furnishes quarters for the county
clerk, the county treasurer and other
It is an intereNting historical fact
that Patrick Henry wr ite In- fan
resolutions iiiu the tty leal of Thomas
l 'fterson's volume "I "Coke' Com
mentary 1 i" ii Littleton," and it was
from Jefferson's modest chamber that
this brielleas barrister went to the
little court bouse in May, 17W, to de
liver the speech against taxation with
out representation which made him
tln most famous man of the hour and
as notorious in Knglaml aa he wa
popular in the American colonies.
Icfferaon and Henry met a few yeira
before at the house of Mr. Mandridge,
the father of Martha Washington,
where they HMMl several pleasant days
together ami began a friendship which
I l Li ll 11 1 1 political difference
divided them toward tne end of their
lives. When Henry came frequently to
Williamsburg he shared Jefferson's
bed for the lack of money to pay a
notel inli and n, i their intimacy con
tinued. Jefferson accompaimil him tol
the court house, and, being unable to
MOB PI entrance because of the crowd, .
sto,l in the doorway and listened to
truth a HO argument that made him
an arrant rebel against the king ami
all others in authority. "Torrents of
sublime eloquence." Mr. Jefferson ob
served afterward, "swept away all ar-uncut-
on the other side, and the
resolution were carried, the last one
bv a single vote. "
Jefferson was an intense admirer of
Henry's oratory, courage and wit, but
frequently expressed regret for his
lack ol industry, learning and con
science. Shortly before hi death,
while writing the reminiscences of his
youth, .Mr. .lettersoii said ot Henry's
oratory "I never heard anything that
loerved to be called by the same
name, and where he got the torrent ol
language from i inconceivable. I
freqentlv eli ll t my eyes while he spoke,
and when he wa done asked myself
what he nad said, without being able
to recollect a word of it.
The Apollo Tavern -where (ieorge
Washington, Thomas Jefleraou, Pat
rick Heurv, Itichard Heury I.e.-
rraucis l.ightpMit Lee and Dabnev
Carr, Jctfers ui' brother-in-law, met
as representatives of the Virginia
patriots to carry on correspondence
with sympathiser in the other col
onies, ami from which they laaued the
first call lor a continental congress to
meet in Philadelphia was burned
lev, years ago aim a imslern urocerv
store has been erected upon the site
but there are many other historical
buildings in the quaint old town that
should lie visited by every patriot and
student of history.
Talk ia heard of friendship hataHMB
the United Stale and Knglaml, not
withstanding the struggle for commer
cial supreiuacv. It is the most aheurd
of all rot to iudulge in such mawkish
sentimentality. There l no lrieiidahi
between twentieth century rivals for
trade, it is war to the bitter end of
annihilation for either country, com
mercially, in so far aa the stronger
may accomplish such a result. Com.
mercial war is a most merciless con '
test It is selfish, exacting, cruel, un
denting, uncharitable. It la blood
thirsty It reels not of humane con
sideration!. It crushes in opponent as no mili
tary power would crush a vanquished
foe. it creates national policies, dic
tates financial systems, drafts tariff
To talk of friendship in a coiuuier
at arms, who bore
chief, and from It
One of bis neiuhbors had
married more than once, and altboug
there is no evidence of the burial of H'
second wife in the cemetery, the I
epitaph bears indirect testimony of her;
existence and reads:
lim wss whsn hit fcwfe wttb fill's etfmoB I
was flushed ;
Whim cheerful his vote w : nMlttl "t Ms .
That rlieek t now llfl ; llisl MM U ii"
ll- loM with the IWI of hi" fl"t psrtnri j
Another of the interesting things at
Williamsburg Is a yew tree, one of the
few in the UBltad States, which state!"
within the grounds of the Virginia
Itate inaane aslyiim. It wa planted Ly
Martna Washington nn the day she be
came engaged to her husband, ami
symbol ir.es devotion and OOnitaBOJT. I
The aiylum occupies the site of her
mansion, which was called "The Six
Chimney House," and was one of the i
finest in Virginia, but was burned
may years ago. All that remains of it;
is the cook house, w hich wa detached
and thus escaped the ilames. It i now i
used as a tollhouse for the gardner. A ,
pasture adjoining the grounds of the
asylum is strewn with charred brick
which are said to have been from the '
walls of Martha Washington's Louse
and many at them have been carried
awav a mementos bv curious visitor-.
The grave of Haniel Parke, founder j
of the family of that name in tbitl
country, lies in Hrnton church yard al
William's hay, and his portrait tHtagl
in tlie old mansion at Lower llrainlou. I
He was the adjutant of the Dokl Ol i
Marlborough at the battle ol BlsjnlielUl,
and when hecarred the news of victory
to the queen she presented him with
her miniature set in a baaOtiiol Irani''
of diamonds, which he thereafter al
ways wore upon hi breast. Ii appear
iti the portrait at Hrandoii. I pop the
walls of the church i a labial en cte I
to his honor which bear the following
quaint inscription :
Scare tkls uiarLJe lysi
Honirabls iiamai Parks
ot yv ueuati t hi'. Ksqulrs
Who was one oi lli- Ms)i ti ' i ouiicillors
Aini sotin'lline Seerelst of the Colony,
lie , I yeil f I ul Msrdi
His other lelsi 1st MM rl MOWNKl
liv hi- nspp) uo 1 1 LIk wuh
Ths 'Isiishter of IMerM Kl' lvil
ol the county ll SUrrr, hs , no
y .' of laa airy, toooltn,
at !."!. Mtton in ' enmity of
Surry anil lelt lirhliel lie, a uiosi
You notice in tide water Virginia,
and especially around Will iainLiirg,
many venerable old mulberry tree-,
which are the relics of a fad iOtPO
duced early in the colony, l or a cen
tury ami a ball Die 'ople made in
effectual attempts to pristine tlieir own
silk in order to escape the commercial
tyranny of the French merchants.
Charles 1. ami Charles ll. both fatforad
the enterprise and encouraged it by
promising rewards. By the rjirwtlon
of Cromwell, the house of burgesses
passed a law requiring the planting ol
one mulberry tree to everv ten acres
of land in the colony. Heme roa find
iniills-rry tree everywhere. I here
wa also a law iermittuig only council
lors ami heads ol families to apis-ar in
gold lace and forbidding overyL,sy to
dress in silk clothing unless the silk
was grown in irgiuia. The experi
ment was fully tried, hut wu unpro
fitable. In ltLVi lik) pounds of silk
were sent to London; in lotiH ;I0U
pounds were sent as a present to
Charles II. These are the largest ship
ments noted in the records. Occasion
ally a few pounds went along with a
cargo of toba . The worms did not
thrive. The industry languished ami
was tiually abandoned. In 17. in it was
revived, when a colony of French
Hugeiiots came over, but the only re
sult was a lot of picturesque old tree
with knotted trunka and guarlol
brandies. WILLIAM K. CM: I Is
Start Girls Rijrht!
Miny beautiful M httomt invslidi for llf,
btrsuM It the rrurlsl W''"" r'ltwr,v ,h,V
nsy no slt.nlion to tht MWI of hesltfi Mothen
- lasli daudhttrt health hy
Inf, fhein MMIMPy
information and proper
Whn the mtwti comf on a n
. . i. .in...
unsw.rei In her inexperlenre mm mmm,
lrlhtene.l Into convnbion.. or icsred Into try
Ins, to check the flow. Many Ml have rhef ked
Ihe flow snl It hai never darted aain. And
si a retult they have rown ft IliaA w-lth
trow.trsckj" on their cheeki, snd dark half
moons under their yei. A doit of
taken everv mornlnu after a lrl Ii twelve year
old will brln Ihe mrni on properly snd keep
them resulsr. It will help htr to develop Into
attractive womanhood snd equip her for the dutlei of wile snd motherhood
All dnifikiU sell $1.00 hnltle of nine of Cardui.
Not a Rival in Sight Anywhere
when the linen that ha B d P
rt tha DWBiartlc laundry is put in con
Mil With thai laundered anywhere in
a-er .rc,o The beauty of our
anndr, work mal,' Bl MVl PJ.
and we feel like crowing every tim
m the dlffanoec in oai on parb
color and Belm .... the -h.rts, ,- ir
Lpd oofladoaa op byoat method th
the liaaa aon of aayotia n the cit.
Domestic Steam l aundry.
trm 4 nili. rt tit- i
lor SnMie , Oil' , nnil Wlien oer p- r """' " - . h -
..,,KI.. I i rn,l hnr lo t rv it and the tlMt dose Im.Utfht I'll ner
msnaea. ahstook It rcsiilurly aooorrllnir to the direction- n d , " '".F'' 'v
rallavsd. To use her own word, "It saved my Hie J. al' wn"-.
For iilo n I llMtur. aMSBBW f.lnr ymplono. "Ths lill" AatlMry
nirtmrnt. i ! ( aansaooss HssaSaH Oasikaaf, Obbbbssssp,
ThoH'.llrwowl, Abun Prk.NJ , FshnisrrS 100. BB t,
Irwlronni Til fM ( r, rr n r I 1 1 ITI n Q T I Q Tf
I U Effoo LoroDB, lira
Now Open Ready for Business.
Bee tor LAWN MOWER3,
GARDEiN HOSE, FREEZERS,
and HARDWARE OF EVlSRY
W.J. CLARKE & CO.
205 Court St., Opera House Block
Kor burns anil dwellings.
Cheaper than tin.
t ar Paper,
Unta ami ( ineiit,
liric!, and Sand,
Screen DotHs)A WllldOlWi
Sitnh and Do rs,
Terra Cotta J'lpc.
Boric & IJKht, Prop'f
Alta St., opu I'nurt Ilnun.
lias thr follnwinp ,ar(!
... OK HAYING...
Short nii'l Iniit: handle pitch forks,
Scythe, ineathi, Flexible iteel cables, pulleys, ropes,
in all si.t's.
Hansford & Thompson,
" The Leading Hardware Men "
FUR SALE DR EXLlMNUb.
TUK P1NK8T lull. HAN UARKrl AN'li
Klviulali slam- In Hie MTtbWHI, ll I
mo 11- ilrltaiit PM, MOffs a, It tie lieal uf rib
i,iiry. prleis raasonabla Los Aagalsa Bsigian
liar. o , Mrs. H J. Mean, M oiaici. No. m
ut l U.llll ll., t'l'll'llotOU, ure.
A NKW UIX Mitltsi: PitWKIt UASO
flue 1'iiSlii" an. I all ilxinrv, i-ompleU', tans-,
piping, Gallery au l vln iri aparur, ll a low
jirlee. or will osrliailf i lur eirl wotsl. J CUWI
lviill'ion, i ireaon
HOUHIC N I MUHKINO 81'KCIAL WO-
ll,-,' lo proi"lv i, nor- In, liave lall.ii tn
sosaph sfftliardlMMs Ho C ' ei- i tiierlly
OOuacfl April .T, pno i Iimk for 5 leiiiils-rlaii
Of Hull.,'. In- -( paillt.r-. I'eilie A Mi .el,
tto aSJVS tli" OMIraol, will maae a can iaa of
In. ill), 1'oiom.iirlns J'lUi' Jo, l'i, aiiJ an
A delicious food
drink, which, as a tabic
beverage, is preferable to
coffee and tea.
The nutritive and delic
ious properties of California
figs, prunes and grains are
retained by our special pro
cess c manufacture and
are fully extracted by
from 5 to
DR. W. U. OOUI. OKKK'K IN JUllU
onlMlus tttllte Hour, 1 m lit. n.; 1 to I
u. tn Islepbona 77. I "
" I HI
K. V. VIM'K N T , M. l. HKKlfK KKA Ii
of Pint National rtana Utticu lour, lo u I.
a. a.; I ion p. ui.
DBS, SMITH AHKNllUHON ml Hi. ,
over Pen I, inn aavlug. liana. Ivlepliuuu '.
ru.i'luuie UlcpllOUU J. ,
H. K. (AKKIKI.II V.. I)., BOM- PATH
n eiijr.ician sail snrneou. omie in lintr!
buii'lins lilcpliouu: oBicc, blacr 7 . rr
lentv. '..i k ii.
J. L UILLHU M. I. U.HA.IN UUKIK,
nvai- ainl i-orrrei. eye iroui.i ., cu.irr.i.i.
loiitiiioii- an l impure I Inarms. nU.v
proper!) illiM ior retractive error.
Hit. II. J. M'KAI'b. UODil 17. Avon IA
lion bloi'k. 'I'.lspUoue Ii, natl'teiiee tele-i
plioue. blacl 111.
OSTHOPATUII PHYSICIAN DBS,
Ke)ea,V keye. Ulttee, OUe block welt ol lie.
When you drink
GuArftntsed not to
MtuM bsadaohs or
Ask for it.
Schultz Brewing: Co.
nn noti.,' nuuiisT. oi varioii- ,iy
en, varyliin in prl"' Iroiu v i
lay ail loll yon n .'iai oui niinilj
isranieo n to uu voir,, !.
i 1 N VIM'KST. MaNTi
Olalriaaa luoot Coaualtiaa
i ' J K IIKAM lleeor.l.r
' uf the Itoya' Veli'iinn'
ieotlami Lai,- vvornaiui
uu ior Vuie dtstrlcti B.
- oi all ki l l- Iresi. l on in
m. ealel ni i out inen-lal
I. .lire. UlSpaOttS Mm, lu.
I III-' oltil'-of H
ipl, is of w lo
POH THK I'l.t MitiMi
in 11 eauiiK I'lani ol lit Ka-I-
. Normal ei,, 11,111,1,1, at
Unci lio.r l m Iti'rni- Ka.t
Normal i-Uim,1. IS Mloa, lira-
I it. (,. o. 1, te re.
Al.taii 1-r, pia.i leui
on. Urttfuo, until
lay 01 June M an l
realtsr. lor all labor
ir the plumbum work
lor tl, Ka.uru ore
1 ai We. ion, OflMm,
'S"is tOl .p,'. Hi, a
is- bad n mm odUi
lllvcl 1 Wort-u.ier
L. Ray & Co,,
any aul asll
Stocks, Bon da
I'uh or nu luarsin.
480 acroi Al wheat land.
820 Mrsi Al wheal land.
2 l)ts well located $2,50
1 Lit lower Webb streets
niso a nn list nf
county property cheap
The Place to Buy::;
Is when, you ran KP( (.ui(,.
nml ebaap priaaa, m
von r onlor for lioailnr i,.,
aratat tanks f rMk
Biat Itaa of
log paper. Tar
paper ,Lime tod
BereeQ l loon I
A- DoorH, Terra
R mWRTFR D
U lofn In Vioim,! tl,.. C
II ll 11 11 III' XT
II I 1 I W . 1 llll II I
r --ssv kuiu
A Natural Health Reiorl.
Good Fiahing and Hunting,
, 11 fc S . ci. - ... ..
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' " i-ii""' , 1 i inn 01 ,, 1 1 ni
.nan inrco 1,1111 r wi'i'k.
1 ... in .... v m
uiiuiuuiii ryaiitni ql muray
Now York Stock lixcliaiiKe.
-hlcaico Slock lixebanxe.
Chiaaga Baari oi Traia.
ami 1 , 1
lAttIVS AHIj dHUKhlt'
r.ittMKH'b 1-.,NK UK Whu'.t.N
ton, oreaou -Ihki. a ai-urai bauain
I ro"i.i ior tn, rluinuins
inii flalt," an4 a4dissia
h Board ol Ksfsats.
if I sr eeiii 'Irami to lu,
II ol tin- hoar.l of Uvsuu
A. t W k CO.
W. J. BBWKJsL, Manaurr
1,-ihIit tlioiiiilita art suKiitisttal liv
m nat was oiii'i' a hi.ik'iiiiii out tuuiii 111
Kruton cliuroh yinl it Williaiiisluir
lull it is now ol,. omul' si:i of ao anil
lei'av. It covers tlie dust of two babies
Itoru to Martliu Washington ilurniK tier
tlrst mama -Daniel f'arke Oatil,
who was ii.iiufd alter hia latiier. ami
died in 175-1 at the ago of " years and 3
moiitlis, ami rraiu' l arke Cutis, wh
'lu . I 111 April, 1793, at the ae of 4
yaaia, I 'o' next touib is that of Mr.
naaiiington a niotiiur, who lies III a
comer close to the wall of the church.
Her monument is a nillar of marble.
surmounted by a representation oi a
11. no.' which is cut with considerablx
kill, and ia no doubt intended as a
symbol al immortality.
Auotfier interesting monument wan
raised to a distinguished man of his
time, who is descriiied as
II. I, K David Bray
Ariuor liearsr lo Hi. 8sruc lil.uueiui
Mod iK-tobsr i, 1711.
An aiiniger was a SAjuire, or knight
Yard on Webb Street
Opiioailf Hunt Kroight l)cHit
We are preiartl to furnish aiivtliuu.'
in the lumber line and can guuraiilee
prices to be as cheap, if not cheaier
than others. We also carry a large
line of Doors, Windows and Moulding.
Fartios contemplating buildiug will do
well to et' us before placing their
orders. We also carry Cascade Kcl
Fir wood. Phone Main M,
BIOS CUB WUUU KOR UMATILLA CO UN I
In tin matter of bids lor luriii.bins uool for
t'lnalilla county, urdsr.
Nov, on till- ilav II 1. onlri,',! liv tlie eoui t
mat tba 1 lerk of 111 la court advarllaa (or Ml
corda of four-fool hooI, to be ileltvsred at the
i-ouuty court bouae, and 46 eonl. to b. dsllv
er.it at Ilia i-ouutjr boapllal ; aaid bids will be
raeeiveil up Ui July 1, lUll, lor Mr or black pine,
to be delivers,! on or before September I, IMUI.
A 'lepo.il ol ft per eeat ol amouut ol bid will bo
re-iulreit wltbeacli bid, Ibat bidder villi enter
luto contract lor perlormauee of bl. bid, ami
will lurultb a boud lu tie .um of ki for tba
laitblul performance sf bl. contract
bateil May 6, IHui.
W 1). OUAUbKULAlN, Couuty Clerk
J. K. KltiKori. a.-. -.am ia.biur. ,lirci-r.
t, A llariuiau. h M. lohut, I. J. Prlco.U. I'
draw, I. . Kllioi . uober, Jaiuoaou. U. Vv
truer national samkoT tukn
ire(oi. t'apiul. Val.UUU . anrplua aud piorlt.
tu.uu'. iulerual OH um depoalta. Deal, m
forsltfu sue dot. ,e. lb eichaugo. rollectlou,
iiioiuptly aiieutleii to. Henry C. Adam., proa
idem, T.J. Kirk, vice-ptualdeut ; K I. bar
ustt. '.-.s.lilsr; Ml.. . I.. Uaru-ti, aoiaunl
ITIRST NATlUNAli HANK oK l'MU,
ton i apiwl, f.u.uu). aurplu., Hi,uie Trau.
acta r (eueral bauki ik -ouusas UOhiagi
and telenraphic Irau.fer. aold on i'hicao, San
Krsnclato, Nu Vork unl cnunpa: ..iiii
e. Northoa.i brail- Drawn on i niua, Japai:
ami Kurota.' Make, couocliou. on riiaaouablv
term. laiTi Ailkeiiy. pre.nlent ; W K Malio k
vico-premleui , t h n adv. ca-:n-r. Ii. t:
iiueruaey, aaai.iaiit rithlf
TUN PINDUaTOM SAVINqi hank
rsudlsluu, Oregon. Organi.."! March 1 lv,i,
capital lai.oUti liiKfem allowed ou limed..
pusitt. Kxchanse boigiitaU'l and on all pi in
clpa! siuu Special allenUon fireo 1" colle
liont W. J. Piirulal , prealdent, J. N. Toal
vlcv-prx'dei.t ; I.J Morrla oaahivr.
' -uter VNori
i. until i ..
I 'll, and
irvgon, ami al Ihe orlice of
ciusiiat We.ion, iireaon
I In runt i. reserved Ui :,.i
'or the laateru
at waatoa, ore.
I -:eru oreiion
"i"-' m i .'ii ; ,
' MMtVSd at the
eat ol the board,
P Ul. ou
I stale Normal
and to waive an deicci or inli.roialu, in .!
bMU boiild It be deoiae.1 In the ESm I hi
-iai.. lodo ao. Proposal,. U,, , ,..'
I bad in UOOUSCIIOO With Ihe plant an,
ipeclllcaUou., sittai hesnelgswl in SnvsloSSL
..'i.ie.1 and marked "Proposal lor tb" '
ariK-nter work I'amiins. an 4dr2J
to tli. Pnsldent ot Ihe Hoard ol KeKeni-
A cerllllel.-.ieck ot ,ve IK'rcT . .
the order,,, lb. Cr.-,l.,,'Vmu BoVrd oi
Keseuu mu.t accompain bid ul
Ma by John MWM
The Louvre Saloon
AHCHITKCTS AND :iU 1-1H
T. V. UOWAtti), AHl'HI I'KtT AND HI'
pvriuteudeui makes complete ud reliabit
plan, ior rj'iiiuing. in tbe city or country.
n,-Nl ll I, I Ollll 'll
IN PDINI.-IHK VOLLOWINO
I. V, na,e lax-a -aki n
Iwm IT. i i t.i butT'iug
SI1KKK ,V I't U.K. ft IN Tit At' t'O Its AND
bunder. -.lunate- luruiabed on luon to
tlce. Job work a .ucciali, I' ' ,1,11.1 ,:,
Hhop ou Bluff llrssl, near v.aoi .irvet
Qme gray bora., abom J yeitr. old brand o
i on'iwi'.b .o'm" s --rsold, branded
l ine lv b ' YitUl ""'" " JS'IOI.I.
inn- l.av boras about yearaol.f t , , , ,
open A will, Imracioas ioo ,, ura,dsd
roached man. " ? " " moulder,
w.liht abound rru h ,,"t wi.
' hois,- .,Uil u vear. I .
. 77T- 7....- rrrr: conueeis-i on 1.1, ..,.. ',,ru "
A. l - I . ui.M ,.i llll'. AMI .. .... ...'.TV ',, , , ,.
...... . m , . . -a"' io"". i 1. 1 p. . , i i -
w. r.tii..aie. inrni-ue.l on all aill.l-o
masonry, .emeu' a,k- I'.ni, alU ale in.
dvra cau be left at lue ka.1 oresoaiau ..tb. ,
ight abon' i 'i.i ,M,,. ,.
"a irsr loraa aUi.it veara old k.- ,
with iu.ll biand on lefi ii.;. .,..".'b.?J.
ro.icbed uiaue. weialo ' ' u".1 I"'"".
io.ii i "
baled Jinn i. laoi
J. U. IIKAHIMAN. OU, j.ar.h.1.
oki U K
K. A. VAI'OH AN
In ludd Bulldluk
A. Is. SKATIK. I). II. W. ilKKH K DVklt
Ha Tlugs Hank i.aa adminUWre-l
K. A. MANN, DKNT181. IN AS8Uf i A
Uoi Block, over t. B. C'loptou'a oUca).
UIU pstk,oukbsle. .!,,,,
for wrapplna v7l
lim a I i
nuney to oa
On irity propertv at low
rate of interest. Can b rs-p-id
in monthly iniull
j a a - mm a iiih
Will loan on unproved
;roerty or will luroiiti
nioiiey to liu i Id with
Will i n pleased to uive flf
urew ol actual eott to lo;
OUe neetliiig a loan
.k K f I III'
Soo Main Street
... Several Reasons
Why it pays to send your unlsri w
ami hnv from us :
... . . m
, . .. .. ,1,., iu..ii,,,i in r
ton in tliu Swilillurv lin-niosa thx'.
no rent to tiav.
'. Wo carry the largest Hurt
.i W an the onlv ailillerv
in Pendleton that never emplovii
t, We have Mtrictlv ollf pMtSJN
K.ssIh ur itrk.tl in tilai" HfUim-
ft Our Htoek is ttlwayn Irs-
styles the Litest
8, We have an estahlisheilnpi-l
for reliable work.
7. If our u'oi.ii- are not is rip
the money will lie cheerfully n
H. We never misrepresent K
make a sale.
9. We Hive you irood work, R-H
ami ironiit attention.
riarness and Mddlery.
GOLDEN RULE BOH
Osllvered ProuiDtly. l tilMI R
Cor. Court and Johnson'
Htaain beat. Kleelric l.itin- . ....ait
A 1 1 . . -1 . .. 1 1 Ml.i, ralaa 11 i'
Kuroueau plan. 1ic'li
gpei ial rale, by w---
Fra Bui flta l"1
.......... . , .ui Trade SoU"''
Pioc Sample koaiui
Special Attiatlon 0lv,,