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Buv clothing where you can get
..-hat suit vou. We are selling
moro clothing than any store in
Suits $500 to $15.00
Pants $1.00 to $ 5.00
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
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MONDAY, ,ii;M'- '"
I NOUN-ECHO CUTWP
M ,f LeyTng the Rallt Will
Commtntt on June 12.
bwrkol laying "t,,nl rt,i .9?
; B v N. cutoff led ween N.illll
Echo illHMMOf Hix miles , 111
(.on Wednesday, JUM 11. A
' i ... nl the proposed out""
n( 0jin will tint Im. IhkI until
rditf, "iv,"' to MM fact that tii
wf.v hf II"' vol t scoured.
m,. lor the new track between
tw mentioned places was coin
... .inter, flic lies have been
.. ,0n the new line and b big
7.iili l. nut to work. T1hm
.tat., t int trillllS VIII HO
I II I 1 1 ) HM... -
... il... .-,. . t u I Mil .11 dOVs.
i.nolt one of series of changes
i i... 1 1 : an I tie in
.ii .' i v - -
v , nrvs tntl miorien mc instance
tlnsj i r tli ih Mention.
AJIT1SANS HAVI A SOCIAL.
Were srv id.
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P Ill-SWIg Ol .1IHI apnaiun.ij i
y Artisans, held on -uturdav
eV . i ...... u am iti tin. nuturu i if
uuIm. I In I a I Inter
. t.y rerfiilur iilaiv nf intMttiiiK, ami
! ti'liiiof wc law. iimi-wii
t i i . u
. r.iit i 1 1 . .l it r 1 it 1 1 ml v an
idur h tt-h faun tin' .ruturc
ilelinoiir- cake. It wm in it
. I - .!..,. ......
tboMKuiir ttttag on Bftlordo
iifjone 1, tin follnwiiig O0OMPI
.1 .J .
fmei in lervi' mr me 'i.mi,ii.
William Mi'l'arlatnl , uuiHter
imiK i n r-.
WlfT HUI tlltl Willi mi' .yiTvtliln.
""ll;iflc.lllllli-ll.l licaUlllul in
- u 1 01 falllr hi in',,,.,, ,.tlh .,.,1
ran mi n.k in .mil,., vmir
. ii mi- m i iMiiuiviuy
in i vuiitmii..,
ArtiHiui. Mrn. Mary DupuiR, Ktiporin
Itodaotj Mth. Anna OolPi iMptetOT ;
,I(M' litipuia, trwapurnr; Mth. I,, F.
l.amtikiri, aecrntary ; Mth. Sadie
Brvant tnaHter o( ceremonieii ; T.
.laiiiBH.'Nanior rnndur.tor; Mrn. Sttivi-r,
FROM FOUR STATKS
Taitlmony to the brfleaey of the New
Solantlfle DandrufT rraatmant.
JlOMI C. Kowa, LiviBMlM) MoDt. j
"llerpieide eurni my dandruff and
stopped my tailing hair."
Orange McCombs, St. AntbOHV,
Idalio: "Hwpioid clHatieid my nealii
of dandruff and mude my hair noft ax
ai Ik and gloaey."
W. II. OtiH, hartwr, ObMipftigfl ,
III.: "I u and Horpiride on one ciit
lOtnaf for dandruff and on another for
tailing liair with excel lout remiltn. "
F. W. Wixaly laHHiHtaut poHtmuHter ,
Champaign, 111. : " I lerpicnle DOB'
pleUdv m topped my falling hair."
3, S, Hwntlry, Sheridan, Wyo. :
llerpicide tjiiwllitnt for cleaning the
Arrival at Haiti PhIIHMi
W .1 I'll i I i n. Portland
,i K WilliatUj Portland,
I W Nixon, Harriahurg.
Max Mavor, San FranciMco.
Win Mavor, PoTtlmBd,
0 M BDlltb, Portland.
II II lluddington, San Franciaco.
Mrn I 1. Lufkln and children,
Mitchell, W I).
I-rank Hurley, Nehraaka.
(' W HMMlMWM. San PrMMiWOi
w Daiiard, Portland,
1 'en I larria, Portland.
W B KurU, Portland.
N II liarrett, Pendleton.
N M hi mi.
K I! Mav, Portland.
A H lloatthdd, tiiaikano.
II J Millet, ObabalU, want,
J A Howard, wife and daughter,
John Fleming Portland.
1 Hhultz, Spokantt.
A L Kodlim, Portland.
C 1' Pinker, BpOkaMa
W I Ewtek, Seattle.
K P llHivr, Spokane.
J J Ittirna, Portland.
W K Johuaon. --mniiter.
T F) Morgan, wife and daughter,
V. I Bull, San Franciaco.
T W Jackaon, Portland.
Percy J Lyona, Walla Walla.
Thousand! bant Into Rxlla.
Kvery year a large numlier of pour
aurferera whoae lunga are hi ire and
racked with OOUgtll art) urged to go to
another climate. Hut thin is coat I v and
uot alwayi aure. Dou't be an exile
when Dr. King New DtMOVafJf bl
couaumption will cure you at bMMi
lta the moat infallible medicine for
cougliH, col, la, and all throat and lung
diaoaaoa on earth. The drat done liringH
relief. Astounding cured result from
persistent use. Trial bottles free at
Tallman & Co. 's.
Thomas W. Lawsou's yacht, thr In
doiaiudmice. will uot be allowed to
compete in the trial races preliminary
to the raced for the America's cup un
less she shall lie chartered compVlelv
in the name of some member of the
New York vacht club.
aaviJ ULkll 1
fcHaaod hread uae Byers' Beat Flour. It took tirst
premmm at ti, (Jhicago World's Fair overall compel i
"'"' Jlvw Moallant aatisfactiou wherever used.
?7saci is guaranteed. We have the best Uam
"O'lou ba,Vi Rye aut, Rtutrdteas Barley.
ENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
fee Dem Freezers"
I have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
frofl one pint to ton tiuarts, will freeze cream
lU from tlrue U) ave ininutes; alao have a full
ln of fishi,lg tackle, hamniocka, etc. See iuy
lille More buying
C TAYLOR, th Hardware Man.
lees lice killer...
fun It... l . . . ,i ui.ltt iliiieBllon,
"j rotat keeps Uie hens liealtny, u"
ooue n.eai givet strength to young chlcH.
. . BONK MEAL
n. ii,.. .. i . .... i.., nnr lawna.
"'"iimisive but uuirmous mni"" j
Colesworthv Poultry and Be Supply UPt
WHEAT CROP IS DAMAQED
HBAVY LOSS R8P0RTKD FROM NORTH
Bttlmat. Mutt Rs Mads With Some Cara
Bafors a Total Can Be
It will reipiire a careful examina
tion, each farraer for hllDMlf, to ilia,
done the damage done to the wheat
crop of I'matilla countv hv the free
ing weather of the nights' of Tne-hiv
and Friday, June 4 and 7, and the
mornings following. The di floret in
yield will he noted alao in the harvest
returns. There are Mnorla nl I i
damage to tite Holds throiuMi a stretcii
of country east and west : to '20 miles
north of Pendleton
J. H. Ferguson, who took a drive
over An extemled area on the reserva
tion south of Adams and in the country
west of Adams, on Sunday, June f.
says that there is less loss on the
reservation than elsehere, apitaient
ly. Mr. Ferguson says he heard farm
ers discussing the situation who esti
mated t ie damage to the wheat Holds
north and northeast of Helix at .' nor
cent, while close to Adams thev Agora
u at lu per cent.
The Bxaet Situation.
r I 1 . I t . a M . ..
Vonoiiions nave citangeii tn I inatilla
county during the past seven years.
Joe Hanscom remarked to a reporter
the other day: "A few years ago,
when farmers were Udiind with their
payments, being in dettt and anxious to
borrow, it was a dilheult matter in get
information regarding crops. Fanners
would bring in the Iwst samples thev
coulil tlml in their liehls to show to
the exporters and money lenders, so
they coulil get an advance. Now it is
different. Fanners are in good circum
stances and are willing to give full and
true information regaid ing crops. "
Those remarks are now forcibly
apparent. Speritic reports from the
different farmers who visit Pendleton
this week, when placed together, will
aive the exact crop situation.
W. P. Temple t Trip.
W. P. Tepnilo, of the linn of Temple
iV Wilcox, has about lL'ftO acres of
wheat seven miles BOttfa ofl 1'ondlet m
He visited the land on Sundav and
went on five miles further north.
After paying close attention to the
Helds through that seel he is of the
opinion that the damage there has iieeu
very si ight. if any.
PKICt 01 STRAWBERRIES
The told Weather Hat Caused a Bull
Strawberries have advanced in price
in the local market on account of cold
weather, and the indications are that
there will im no cheap berries this
vear. I p to the c dd Mian of Junt
strawberries were selling for as low as
four boxes for a quarter, lolav thev
are worlli three boxes for a quarter, or
VI. (. per crate of L'4 lioxes. Cureitil in
quiry concerning the strawberry crop
situation in this citv and at Milton
and Hood River leads to the ladief that
strawberries will not sell this year at
less than f LIS to 1.40 per crate, and
uot that low unless warm weather
should come S'sin to give assistance to
tbe backward tatrries. In lHttS straw
heft ICS sold in the Pendleton market
as low as seven boxes for U cents, hut
that situation will not recur thi
GRADING OF WEBB STREET
A Poree of Sixteen Men Raising W. Ik
C. R. Track.
A force of Hi men, with W. A. vnl-
dons as foreman, is at work raising
the W. Jt. C. K. track on F.ast Webb
street to conform to the grade e-tali-
I mhed by the city engineer. I he track
has already been raised for a distance
of four bha'ks aud placed on grade. It
had to be raised as much as nine
Inches in some places. New ties are
being substituted for the old ones.
This will be kept up until the track
for the entire length of Webb strttet
has been fixed. Much surfacing is
also being done. This work is in addi
tion to that heiug done tiy "Mnitli
Brothers, who have the contract from
the citv for grading and graveling
Welib on a contract that will amount
to something like fluOl).
CRONIN PITCHBO W1NNIN0 BALL.
Roy Penlai.d Caught Hi in In Helix 8
Adams 6, (iaine on Saturday.
At Adauis on Saturday, the Helix
team nlaved the Adams ball team, tin
aoore being Helix 8, Adams 5. Bob
Cronin, of Pendleton, pitched for the
Helix men and was caught by Koy
Penlaud, a younger brother of the two
I'enlands who are in the Penilletoti
amateur league team. I-rank LiaQallM
pitcned for Adams, Lawrence I.ieu-
alien caught, lilomi tn iug in ine tun
duriiiLf a oart of the game. Ine runs
came three in the tirst, one in tin
second, oue in the fourth tor Adams,
and oue ill second, two in the thin!
oue in the fourth, two in the fifth, one
in tbe seventh aud one in the ninth for
Helix. Farl Saunders umpired the
game. Crouin struck out la men, l.ieu
alien 5, B -od ii.
La brands DeteaL Baker City.
Baker Citv. Juue 10. Baker Citv
aud La ttra'nde ball teams played a
vurv exciting matcu game this after
noon La Qiandt w inning bv a score of
5 to 4. t li to tbe eighth inning the
score stood 'I to In mat inning eacn
made two. In the ninth Baker became
ruttlnal ami lost one bv rank errors. A
large crowd w itnessed the game.
Ba.eball Team Left Tint Moroing
Manager M . A. Ua ler left this niorn-
iinf with bis baseball club lor Uopp
nor. where a game will be played on
Tuesday, June 11, the opening athletic
event for the tiremeu'e tournament.
The club is composed of the following:
Co, Chauler, Claude and Clarence
Penlaud, Barlow , Fletcher, Uupuis, K.
Brown. Saunders, and Captain Hurl
man. IMrich could uot get off for tins
game, and Meach, who paiutiug at
Sloan's, on McKay creek, did not get
here. He intended to come in Sun
day evening and go w ith the others,
but there was a si in in the arrange
uients somewhere. Allen Slushcr aud
Hubert Starkweather MOOmpaDlad the
team. Jim Welch expects to leave ou
the train tonight to attend the tourna
in. ni. but will not arrive in time for
the baseball game.
Baseball at Pilot Roek.
A party of Pendleton boys and young
.MM went tn ri ut Kot k on miniiuv,
juue tf, aud essayed the ditticult feat
nl winning a game of baseball from
the team there. Ibey were uoi success
ful, the Heal Hgures being 2 to 8. The
1'ih.i Kiu-li ids, vers were designated the
1II.IU O.iaiieradoew. while the F'eiidle-
tnii boys were callou aimruponi.u
(lUialHjrS. I WO umpires were uoaju,
Alfred Hemphill, of Pilot Kock, look
ing after the baseball decisions, while
Wes Noble, of Pendleton, called balls
and strikes. The Pendleton boys
are of the opinion that they suffered
un account of a number of erroneous
base decisions, aud are auxious to play
the desperadoes another game, the
maimer in which the visitors were
reated before aud after tbe K""
wiped out (I,,. Minn of deteat. Th
cuisine of the hotei captivated cverv
plavor and outsider. Tom Scott said :
"You can't sav too much about those
doiilde-decked soda hiscn it, fresh butter,
choice colTee, and the other delicacies
mi the table." The Pendleton hoy
were overmatched in sire, and don't
feel particularly worried over the de
feat. Pete Marsh pitched for Pilot
KtH'k, and apparently he has not for
gotten hja Weston training.
What the Week Will Bring to the j
Normal School. i
The Saltern Oregon state normal
school at Weston has begun commence
ment week with a baccalaureate ser
mon on Sunday by the Rev. J. A.
Beatlie, president of the ' institution.
This evening a musicale and operatta
w ill he given. The program will be :
Piano duet "Bucephale Calop,"
Mirhnex. Misses Merle Reattie and
lirace Pros betel,
Chorus -"Faithful and Troe,"
Kea. ling -"The Famine," Bertha F,.
Piano solo "Mnrmnring Zephyrs,"
Niemann-. lensen, Merle M. Hostile.
Vocal duet "Maying," Miss Mark
leorad and W. It. Hcott.
Operetta -"Kose of Savoy," Hordes.
Characters: Catnrina .prima donna ,
JawjOelilM (I Savoyard flower girl)
II I M Ohlpplai i milliner and dress
maker trace Proebstel.
Oborai - Sopranos Bertha Long,
Ona Marsh, Maude Swaggart, Merle
M. Prattie: altos Lavinia Simpson,
Anna HnrgrMfW, Bylvil Btathe, Marv
Scene The workroom of Miss
Cbippin'i simp, Now York.
The time is after sunset.
- e at
Hs Kept Hit Leg.
Twelve years ago .1 W. Sullivan, o(
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg
with n rnstv wire. InllAtnation and
blond iioimiti ing sot in. For two years
he suffered Intensely. Then the best
doctors urged ampul ition, "but," he
writis. "I used one bottle of Meetrie
Hitters and l1,.. (sixes of Hucklen's
Arnica Salt and mv leg was sound
and well as ever." For eruptions,
eaana, tetter, salt rheum, sores and
all blood disorders Kleotrir Bitters
has no rival on earth. Try them.
Tallman ,V Co.
HEPPNRR SALES AND SHIPMENTS.
Storage It Crowded With Wool ome
The Qaattta says: Storage quarters in
this citv are already becoming
crowded, while there is a large amount
of wool yet to be brought in. Puring
the week prices have been about sta
tlonert at from 7c to lo'4c per pound
in this market.
On the SSiO ult., K. L. Clark made a
shipment of I'd cars of sheep. Mr.
Clark also shipped another lot of 'M
cas on the loth.
I. W Kinger of St. Paul, Minn,
will ship a 17 car lot of sheep tumor
row. They will stop in Montana to
Davis iV McDonald, the Illinois
buyers will ship six carloads of horses
Matlock Keeney are now rounding
up another lot of horses which they
will ship about the 10th of this month
to South itnaha.
I.aurani " Sweek of Monument this
week - dd MfQQO pounds of wool at
lll'4c ar pound.
atn Wilkinson is up Irom I lie
Dalles receiving wimiI. He has pur
chased the Thus. 0,t:aid a lot of :i),(NH)
A Sueeettul Excurtlon.
The excursion on Sunday, June II,
under tbe auspices of William Martin
noampnan', No. i, rioneers oi the
Pacilic. was a success in every particu
lar. Nearly I'OO availed themselves of
the opportunity for an outing and all
enjoyed themselves. Ijhllte a number
spent a portion of the time fishing.
w Ith dlflerent degrees of success. A
baseball game with young ladies on
one side and young gentlemen on the
other, was the center ol attraction
while it lasted. Several of tbe ladies
gave evidence of skill in that line of
athletics. The train left Pendleton lor
Bingham at 8:10 a.m. and returned
at 7 :0 -. m.
Can't Bent Martin.
You can't beat Martin's prices on
groceries aud you can't Hud a nicer,
cleaner stuck of groceries to seloct
from. He has now in stock a special
line of lancv cheese including im
ported limbergor. Try aome of the
kippered herring and smoked white
tish that he has received from the
F.ast. Keinember the bakery depart
ment of Martin's store is the best in
Dyspeptics cannot lie long lived, Ite
caise to I've requires nourishment.
Food is not nourishing till it is digest
ed. A disordered stomach cannot digest
fissl ; it must have assistance. Kislol
Dyapepaia Cure digests all kinds of (om1
Wltboul ii I from the stomach, allowing
it to rest and re, urn Us natural fum
t on -. Its element-' are exactly the same
us tbe natural digestive fluids and it
iOipljf can't help but do you gOOtla
Tallman & Co
f.i.eina, -altrheiini, teller, dialing
Ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are
quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Ha.el
Salve, The certain pile cure. Talliuan
A suite of rooms in the East Ore
goniau building, hot and cold water,
hi. thr join, for (11 a month during the
dimmer. Apply at the Last Oregoniau
UPPER COLUMBIA FISHING
The Flihermen'i Union Prayt That It
Astoria, June 10. The comn.ittoe
appointed by the Columbia Kiver Fish
ermen's Protective Union to circulate
a petition reqneatng the state flsh com
mission to prohibit salmon Ashing in
the Upper Columbia river, in meeting
with unexiected success. Nearlv every
husinea man and taxpayer in this
vicinity have signed In support of the
petition, the promoters assert that the
bill pasted at the last session ol the
legislature, but which was killed bv
shrewd manipulation, prohibited fish
ing abow. tide water, so the commis
sion in granting the readiest will ho
acting strictly in accordance with the
law the majority of the legislature
intended should be enforced. The
petition will be presented at the meet
ing of the commission in July. It
reads as follows :
"Hon. Board of Fish Commissioners
of the State of Oregon Gentlemen
"We, the undersigned cititons of the
state of Oregon, most respectfully peti
tion you to cloee tbe Columbia river
against salmon tithing above the lower
Cascades under authority of section 45
of the act ol the legislative assembly
of the state of Oregon, tiled with the
secretary of state rehrnary 25, 1H01.
"We urge upon you the closing of the
above portion of the river in the in
terest of the salmon fishing industry,
and assign the following reasons, in
"First The river BbOVC the cascades
Is the salmon's natural spawning
ground and the indiscriminate catching
of salmon therein is destroying the
fishing industry, nowtithstanding the
artificial propagation of salmon.
second -The river at the cascades
is so narrow and the gear used along
the river there is so destructive that
the salmon have DO chance of escape
and most all salmon ascending the
river are caught before reaching the
natural spawning grounds.
"For like reasons fishing for salmon
has btafl prohibited above title wafer
on the Fraser river in British Columbia."
ni.u k areai goodi, 30 inohei wide
Black dress goodii jfi inchea wide jrV:
Hlark satin finish drtSI gOOdti 4t in. wide HOC
Cotton wonted draaa gooda.M inohoa wide fc
VVorated tlrt-s-; e,,,n,s, g inchna wide 2rV;
All Wool cheviol skirt gild suit material, jS in wide
Inpgneee silk in ml coiorti htchca wide ... slisj
japanegtj silk, all colore. .14 In wide raffeta Hniah, l-iOc
Changeable taffeta ailk, bMt qualit) . HfV:
Turkey red table Imen, 38 inonei wide jfOc
Bleached table lnu-n, s'1 indies wide '2fVc
Bleached table linen. U2 inohtt Wide Hfc
Hall bleached t .1 ii- liatOi 61 inchea wide
Bleached niuslin, 3 Inoheg wide
Good apron cheek .;i mb un
Hest apron cheeked glhghaiB
Sit tine Petticoats, deep flounce, knife pleating
Merceri '! beil petticoats, accordian pleated floum e $;i.fV)
i't ,c .iic wrapper new pattern trimmed si 1 to n ?i,-v
Women's Tailor MtMt Suits, In mined gi ij $to. hi
Women' Tailor Mde Suits, 11800
Shirt waists, a lot to elose, worth Jtt to Si. 50
Men's sweaters, tist the thin", for now ()c
Men's cottoti so. per dozen pair
50 men's suits, some were So. 50, others to Su, all
reduced, the beat ones
Womens' black hose, 3 pair for f 1,00
Mt tTs uniaundered white shirts 0c
141 Men s underahirti and dreweri on countei Half
10 doen women's dongola shoes, patent leather tip
Itest Blue sSllCO 1 c
Best RedCalic ,c
Light color Calico. ix.-.st Fk
Rentl this list every dn.
'twill be worth votir while.
Beware ot Ointments lor Catarrh that
k. sMTriirv will .nrtdy destroy the tno ol
NMll and coiiqileU'l) ili rsngi' llui whole y.
tt'tti when entering it llirmiah Hie mucous ail r
Ibci's. sltiel, article, .hoitlil never lie n.eit
lepi tm ateaerlpUoBi from leewtaaie aartl-
1 ili, . Ilie daiiisge 1 hey will do 1. ten told In
the gOM veil eaa piemlbfy derive trtiia tie' in
lull', t'liturrh Cure, leaaafactaretl by K. J.
' I, in v i'ii., I'tiledti, tamiKln. no mercury,
emt I. taken Inlernslly. aelbig ttlreetly upon
the liUsid and mucous surface, of the system.
In buying Hall'. Catarrh en re b .lire you get
the genuine. Il la laketi Internallv. Slid Mai
In Teleojo, Ohio, by w. J. Oaeaif Co. Tosti-
Hold by all tlriigglsls, price 7.V, per MiiM
Hall's Family rill, ere I lie bv.t.
m a. at .
One ten f.sit Loader, three header
hods, one fourteen horse Pitts im
proved (tower almost new. Call or
J. T. LIKU AI.LFN, Adams.
"A few months ago (ood which 1 ate
for breakfast would not remain on my
stomach for half an hour. I used
bottle ot JsOei Kislol Dyspepsia Cure
and can now eat mv breakfast and oth
er ineaN with relish and mv fond is
thoroughly digested. Nothing e.(uals
Kodol Pvspepsia I ure lor sioniacti
troubles. "II. S Puts, Arlington, l ex
Kislol DysHpsia Cure digests what you
eat. Tallman A Co.
v m g
0 v Yjfri I
DR. SANDEN'S BET.
Han 110 equal for the cure of
Nervous and PhyiiofJ Debil
ity, EzbeVUStaSd Vitality, fai i -eticole,
ho-- of Memory, Wasting, ttc,
which haH bMn brougbl
tbout by early indiscretion-
or later tXOeMaMI
SSTaBtsaWBO TsUBTT ykakh.
W rile today lor my lalast books, "Ileal b tn
sstun " and "Stteuglb ; lU I'asanil Abuae b
DR. A. T. SANDEN,
Oept. A. Uuaael Mb., k
Soft White Hands
H100 .. 1 u by
'I'h. RBjOtt flfrrtivi- aikiii j'iinfylK tuiil Istusutl
1 . f riAit iu tJic wuriti, Mat tettil essj uriuit nct
nn iet fur titllttt. lutii, anJ PMISSTJ J li
OStij .raiVt)Ulivt ut fliiiltJtS, bleWaaUuettln, futl,
1 L., ami oily akin, rod, rtmb Li 'U uli
1 U bl if J'ealuu etnti tuijsr'iaaMaS ulks, dry, thin,
lUid 1 tiling luair, suid Juil Uat WsWtelM .
1 . UMi UM idy rviiiitiv of (hti t'jsua. ru.,
IniUioaiuliou sad . , u., of Uio 1'ojsu-
fSoid vary hare Iitmm f C Cnni t M
( UteuiilUi Siiii, lUiiue ku IW "H
ks ii '- tw Have 1
I o go i ishiny;
or for a cab to make a call
telephone Main 7tt.
TRUC K I N
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CR0WNER & SON.
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THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
At WAYS IN I Ml LEAD.
Agents Kuttcrkks t'attcrns.
NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL
Retail and ton lots.
Telephone your orders Haiti I. Main 57 or Main 88,
or Imil tin- driver of the black team
"He is the Ice Man.1
VanOrsikill & Ross.
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Arm In Arm wllh Vour Poa.kethook.
ibtr line i at pels have lsj,,ui aebsltsl
with a lew ol giving MN the best
valve lor vmir i ev Neat, elegant
and attractive pattami Imbeai with
durability, ami within the moans ol
all, is what we are offering in our Hue
lock n( rugs, fitrpclN mill something
in lace curta ins and DOftifJfe, It will
OQfi vou nothing to bsik at them.
I'm es are right.
Maui atrt near Bridge.
Under New flanagement
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Give Us a Trial.
Hates $2 00 a day
Special Kates by
Week or mootb
Kar and Kllllard Uooma lliadquarlcra for Trawling Mao
I be Heal Hot I In Caatern Oregon.
Van Uran Bros.. Crops. Successors to J. C. Mooro
lei St Can
OHO ll4,t(VtiAU, Prop
Klenantly Puruhned Steam Heated
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Block ..id a hall (rota dapot.
Sample Muom a omioa. Ilun
50c, 75c, $1.00
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They over.,, mo Weak
neea. irrrularity and
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or aud banlab "uaiue
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u ,ii, ,ii, I, I aiding development ut oriraue aud body No
known i.inedy or Wuujeii uijualu tlicm uuuot do harm life
I.. . on. .a a pleaaure. fl.INI PEK IIOX liV MAIL- SiUetf
by dritttN-iata. 1U. aflX'T'U CUKIIU AL CO., Cleveland, Obitx
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