Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1901)
gjteth of July in Pendleton.
Just Half Price.
I0c odl to close at 5c per yar .
fcS$U close at cper yard.
2&to Hose at 10c per yard.
1 ianpnse at 12c per yard.
25c good to ( oe at a f
ft goods to dose at irtc per .m .
ccoodo cl.se at 17c per yard.
Italian worth of Summer
Goods must be closed out
by July 4th.
Bros. Dry Goods Co.
' . IHMB . tltfl
in AKMU 1 " -
.. iii rnuikL I VI
: W itLEriiwuc
........ H.i a Kores of ll.n
Th. Wstwrn Warehouse company is
Mi ' ''?" ii.... i...
Jun.of HI muse. "'
at . T -i .. .uk
. .'. ....) ti. W.ITk III IV Willi
mtmmm : .
lore o( men, and r",u
hjfft hf wand in 11 ""
,o, until iHer July first to complete
..k it ) nniv durum tb. few
.. ..,.,i,.ii, nlur in I II' UN U1BI
tcliptioiie line litdween ine ant ve
t ,..,,t la if inv mi rt it'll 1 Hr
. . - . .1... I ... I.U TUlllll I III,
t.i-dMf, mil miring
i i .1... i .. ...inn
...1 ... ..... .....li.IIBeH lull! Id IlV
Ifii m , ' " . ........ -
I i iiui ii f ii 1 1 v HtnmrtMit .
UlUllli'H"" I' r r
......i-.i.. if thu i i in hatitwiiH to izo
i i tiM mnn nil lie Hi'lit llHl k
Seven Yari In Bod
"Will wondarB evr 0MMfH LmqIn
I l ..I XI ... 1 I ..,..... nl 1 u
incline ui ,uri. i.. i it w no i vi
no. Kin. They knew nht had KM
ubirto Ibavp her bed in nuven yearn
. ..i .....i i...... ,.,.., i.i..
ililti hut, "Thrt .mttltw of Electric
ttum rntbleri mi to walk," nftie
nu. "abri in thro month I Mi
I 11 It- 111 41 I tA
i inn ( ut h in f win iiiMi ii h
I 1 a I V I . ik H. II
ICimili, J unit 36. -W. U. Miunii,
Bfft Huffaiin ami family, John
-.,, .-.IP, iivjuiiiun unit .tirn. .i.ti 'iii-
jd .nu i.niiiT .in, iiiui i i i'i..,i... r
. ..I.,,, .. . i i.i,- ..p.,
Mibi Kebttcc Balilarttf in teaching a
To. rt.ttnt littaw (rmt kill ml ttverv
huckluberry in Hinht. A tine crop
wan promimsd two weeki ago, lint they
are now no more, however, the
mountaiu scenery null remain to at
tract the Hummer campers.
C. K. Nordine, who has Iteen con
ducting a grocery tttore at thin place
hue aold hilt etock anil dincontinued
the luiHineMii. Agent II. W. Swart will
put in a full tttoca of groceries in a
short time, which will add to the con
venience of living here.
Kl mer Swanger han accepted a itosi
tion as pumiier for the Hunt roail at
Harry Hwart is the proud ttossennor
of a new pair of gum boots, which arc
aid to be good for SOU trout per day.
I). W. Sanford made final proof on
bis homestead near Hpring Spur tbil
week, and will arrange to place a saw
mill on his property, soon.
A losty Siwasb got "ditched" from
a freight train here a few nights ago.
In bis plea to be allowed the luxury
of riding in a boicar to La Grande, he
aid he waa very, very Hungry, and
that his "ma" was palling weeds in
Urande Konde Iteet fields and must
bave some money by this time.
Beginning with July 1, the three
"helpers" here will have two crews
assigued to each. Tbe crews will work
twelve hours and rest twelve bourn,
and trill work on a monthly salary. It
is one of tbe most beneficial changes
that has Iteen made in railroad
management for some time, as the
crews will not be overworked, and the
company will always have au engine
ready, with a crew on duty.
LOST MONEY AT FARO GAME
me.ni ttt.t win. id
nu, T .T" 'ru,!1' iMiiiiillul lu
ft v " "' 'utrloAlc worth .ml
paAakM loodi unfnSSBL
A RaKlnc floartna Flood.
Washed down a telegraph line which
Cbai. O. Ulis, of Liibon, la., bad to
repair. "Htauding waist deep in icy
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally tbe best doctors in Oakland.
Neb., Hioui City and Umaba said I
had consumption and could not live.
Then I began using Dr. King's New
Discovery and wan wholly cured bysii
bottles." Positively guaranteed for
coughs, colds and all throat and lung
troubles by Tallman & Co. Price, 60c.
Gre..rl.s Tor Harv.st.
K. Martin has made big prepara
tions to supply harvest outfits with
groceries. He han bought it) large
Quantities and never lets any store BO
ersell him. He never tm ativ HiaV
satisfle'i customers u a 4
tliem . best goods in LM market.
Martin's store has the only tirnt-class
bakery department in tbe city. Veget
ables, fruits and berries fresh every
"A few mouths ago food which 1 ate
for breakfast would not remain on my
stomach for half au hour. I used one
bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and can now eat my breakfast and oth
er meals with relish and my food is
thoroughly digested. Nothing equals
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for stomach
troubles." H. B. Fitts. Arlington, Te.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you
eat. Tallman ,V Co.
Jeweler and Optician..,
ft door to llwrtBB jl u .
All persons knowing themselves to
be In possession of Iteer kegs belonging
to the Schultz Brewing Co. will please
return them at once, as we need them
in our business.
rtCHUJ.TZ BKKWINU CO.
Hyspeptics cannot be long lived, le-
caase to live requires nourishment.
rood is not nourishing till it is digest
ed. A disordered stomach cannot digest
food ; it must have assistance. Kodol
Dyspepaia Cure digests alt kindaof food
without aid from the stomach, allowing
it to rest and regaiu its natural func
tions. Its elements are exactly the same
aa tbe natural digestive fluid aud it
simply can't help but do you good.
Tallman a Co.
is the tune and here is the place to purchase your sum
Hers camp outfit while I have a large stock and ant selling
. SUL'1 articles as camp stoves, tents, wagon covers,
'"(? chairs, cots and tables, camp stools and many other
Wbcles necessary to enjoy a summer's outing.
The Main Street Furniture Dealer.
'See Dem Freezers"
I have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
froni one pint to ten quarta, will freeze cream
if from three to five minutes; also have a full
u&e of tiahiug tackle, hammocks, etc. See my
line before buying
& TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
0B0R0B T. PORTRR WANfS TO RB
COVRR HIS LOSIKOt.
Colll.p and i oilier ap. His Attorn.yt in
An Aetlon Against Bd SwIUI.r
and Brn.st Tatom.
An action has been commenced by
Oeorge T. Porter against Kd Switiler,
Krnest Tatom, John Doe and Richard
Doe to recover flOOO from them
through circoit court channels.
Collier ami Collier are attorneys for
the plaintiff. The pattern were filed
with the county clerk at 6 o'clock on
the evening of Tuesday, June 25.
There were numerous rumors in circu
lation on that day as to the character
of the proceedings to be instituted. It
was believed that both civil and
criminal proceedings would be com
menced, but that belief han been side
tracked. Gambl.d and Lost.
If current stories are to be believed
the plaintiff in this cane lost close on
to flOOO while gambling on June 21
and 22. It is said he is a young man
from the east, and could not afford to
lose this money. Negotiations pend
ing for a Mttlament of the trouble on
Tuesday failed to mature, with the
result that action was commenced.
Henry K. Collier, one of the firm of
attorneys for the plaintiff, stated that
it would be fought right through for
his client to the hitter end, relentless
ly and with no compromise.
All.a.d In ths Complaint.
Among the allegations of the com
plaint are the following:
That the true names of :he defen
dants other than those of Kd Bwitllet
and l.rnest Tatom, are unknown tn
That the defendants were on the 22d
day of J lints. 1901, and still are en
gaged in tfie city ot Pendleton, Oregon,
in the business of gambling, and were
on said date and still are running a
gambling device, hank or table, com
monly known nn faro, and that on said
day the defe'idant" were running,
operating and maintaining hm id gamb
ling device, bank or table and were
dealers and w inners in said games,
and were and are owners of said
gambling device, bank or table, com
monly known as faro, and were on
said day running and operating said
gambling games in tbe rear part of A.
Nolte's saioou in the city of Pendle
ton, county of Umatilla, state of Ore
gon. That on the 22d day ot .lone, 1 HO I .
tht plaintiff was owner and possessed
i 000, lawful money of tbe I'nited
States, and that while he was pos
sessed of said moneys he was induced
I iv the defendants to play, risk and
chance the same at and on said gamb
ling device, bank or table, and that
plaintiff did on the 22d day of June,
901. risk, chance and play the sum
of 6KI. lawful money of the United
Stales, on said gambling device, bank
or lame, ami mi on b.iu uay lose saiu
sum of $500 at said gum hi nig games.
That the defendants were dealers ;n
said game of faro anil that while so
acting as dealers in aaid game they
won money and of tbe value anil in
the sum of $5tKi, and that said money
was the property of the plaintiff.
That the defendants gave no con
sideration for the said $500, but won
tiie same at faro, and are still pos-
seised of said money and have re
fused and neglected to pay the same to
tbil plaintiff, or any part thereof,
though requested so to do, and that by
reason tbereof plaintiff has been
damaged in the aum of $600.
Wherefore, plaintiff demands of these
defendants judgment in the sua of
$1000, together with his costs and dis
bursements in this action.
Caus. for Aetlon.
Chapter 46, section MM, statutes of
Oregon, on illegal gamoliug is as fol
"All itersons losing money or any
thing of value at or on anv of said
gamei shall have a cause of action to
recover from the dealer or players
winning the same, or proprietor for
whose benefit such game was played or
dealt, or such money or thing of value
won, twice the amount of tbe money
or double tbe value of tbe thing so
It is upon the above section that Mr.
Porter hopes to effect a return of the
money from which he was so quickly
and deftly separated while at the same
time be was trying to separate the
defendants from their money.
S.eond Aetlon for 9300.
A second action, with the same
plaintitt, defendant attorneys and
complaint aa above, was also tiled.
The difference is that the judgment
anked f,,r in $:UKI, for 125 whli b ll
alleged to have leen lost by the plain
tilt to defendant at tbe Mate saloon,
on June 22.
secured from David K. Cargill, whose
crop last vear tested 2 pounds to the
bushel. Al Vogel, of near Pilot Rock,
also raised some Sonora wheat last
year. The Sonora is the heaviest wheat
grown in Umatilla county.
A Rutn.d Rjr. Crop.
Mr. Wyrick also brought samplea
from his 70 acres of rye. This was
frozen by the cold weather ot June
5 to 7 and instead of yielding 20
nnnneis to tlie acre will onlv no ft. TIm,
chaff was killed and the berrv cut shoit.
VACCINATION AND DANDRUFF.
Th.r. is a Sur. Pr.v. niton of Baldn.ss
at Th.r. ts of Smallpox.
It is now accepted that vaccination
renders the vaccinated person exempt
from smallpox; or at worst, he never
han anything bnt the lightest kind of
a cane. Now as sure a preventive and
cure lor dandruff, which causes falling
hair and baldness, has lieeti discovered
Nawbro'i Htrulolda. it kills the
dandruff germ. C. H. Reed. Victor.
Idaho, navn: "Myself and wife have
been troubled with dandruff and hair
falling for several years. We tried
remedies without effect until we used
Newbro's Herpieide, two bottles of
which cured us." Hundreds of similar
THE PENDLETON BRASS BAND
J A. Gibson, th. L.ad.r, Has Organ
ized ts Military Bands.
1 In- Pendleton brass band which has
been discoursing sweet music at its
evening concerts for some weeks pant,
is attracting no litlte attention (or its
harmony and the execution of some of
tht tnoht ditlicult numbers. The per
sonnel of the band are by no means
nnvii en, many of them having followed
a mimical calling for vears. The ex
cfptimial headwav made by this band
recent iy is largely diif to the acquisi
tion of an old-time musical instructor,
by the name of J. A. liibaon. Mr.
Qltwon has the enviable distinc
tion of having organized no less
than eighteen militaiv bands. He is
a thorough musician and has few
equals an an instructor. The bund of
winch he is the head, and of which
Dr. 0i ,1. Whitaker it holiness mana
ger, is composed of 22 pieces, and
easily ranks among the best bands in
the Pacific Northwest. Parties outside
of Pendleton desiring the services of a
brass band, thoroughly familiar with
all the late music should write the
business Homager for terms.
Beware of Ointments tor Catarrh
en mercury will Biirclv dtotroy the w'tine nl
melt sml completely uerenae lite whole sys
tem when entering It through the inueoit. ur
(acea. Such srllclct Blioitlil ni'vvr he lined ci
cept on tireoi riplloti. (rum repntehle phy.l
clean, a. t lie i " "i . they will do 1. ten fold lo
tbe kimkI you cell po.tlbly derive from them
Hull Cnlsrrh Cure, tnenufitctured by F. J,
Cheney A Co., Toledo, Om contain no mercury,
end l Inkett Internelly. m'tlng directly upon
the bliHid slid tnucotlB .urlHcea of the y.tetit.
In buying Hell'. Csturrh Cure l' uru you get
the genuine It It taken lnterull)'. end tnnde
in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney k Co. Teetl
Hold by All ilrusitl.lt. price 7V, per bottle
HaU'i Family Plllt are the butt.
Arrivals at Hotel P.ndlrlon
J C Murray, San Francisco.
(ieo H KiUgihhon, Portland.
W I, Khoadea, Seattle.
t H breed, Spokane.
J T Wilding. Portland.
C .) Kreene, Spokane.
S ll Armstrong, Colfax.
W D (leaver, Portland.
T W Jackson, Portland.
J J Burns, Portland.
(ieo K Burton, un Francisco.
C A Ferugson, Spokane.
I. itti A Nelson, Pocatello.
A B Martin, Portland.
V V. Ramsey, Portland.
I r.-l H Dayton, St Louis.
A Walter Wolf, Portland.
M A Butler, Baker City.
M K ' llMdtnnlnf, Portland.
W I Hudson P ..rtland.
A J Hall, Spokane.
W H ('dwell. Arlington.
J M Turner, Portland.
B B Hall, city.
8 M Cooper.
C J Millis, 0 141 Co.
W V. R Nt tman and wi(e, Nor-
from. N Y.
W C iiuthrie, Chicago.
H l.ipman aud wife, Chicago.
B W Dennis.
A F Bernard.
Kcieuia, saltrheum, teller, dialing,
ivy poisoning ami all skin tortures are
quickly cured by DtWItt's Witeh Ha.el
Salve. TlM certain pile cure. Tallman
IN THE GUBERNATORIAL RACE
Judf. Staph. n A Low. II, or P.ndl.ton,
Will A.a.pt Nomination.
Portland, June 2t. Judge Stephen
A. Lowell, of Pendleton, Is in the race
for nomination for governor on the
republican ticket. Judge Lowell is at
present engaged in feeling his way
among tbe members of hii party in
Kastern ()rtgon. He has issued a
circular letter addressed to known re
publicans asking what they think
about having the next governor come
irom east ot tttet ascane ntoiiniaiits.
Incidental U he inquires after the
opinion of the recipient as to senti
ment concerning himself, Lowell, as a
likelv candidate. Judge Lowell de
clares that it is time that Hunter n
Oregon be recognised III U"' state gov
ernment: that this recognition should
come at the next state BOBVMltlOlt of
the republican partv. lie desires that
those receiving his letter give nun
what information they have at bund
in this matter and requests that thev
also speak to the local lenders regard
ing the pronoall urn. I Iiom letters
art intended lolei for circulation in
Kastern Oregon, but one wan nent to
Portland, where it was exhibited and
discussed, as per Judge Lowell's sug
A few vears ago when Judge Lowell
was olfereil a nomination for congress
he replitnl that congress is not a dis
tinguished body and that the height
of his ambition was to be governor of
this state or else United Slates senator.
Judge Lowell has been in the nice for
senator heretofore and is apparent Iv
willing to gratify his ambition in tbe
gubernatorial direction, judging from
the nttmistaken terms ol the circular
Hanger, disease and death follow neg
lect id the bowels. Use DeWitt's Little
P.arlv Risers to regulate them and you
will add years to your life ami life to
your years. Lasy to take, never gripe.
Tallman .1c Co.
m 4B- I -
A suite of riMiins in the Kant Ore-
goniaii building, hot and cold water,
bathroom, for $11 a month during the
summer. Apply at the Kast (iregonian
Mr. James Brown of Putsiimuth, Va.,
over MO years of age, suffered for years
with a bad sore on bis face. Physicians
could not help him. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cured him permanently
Summer Suits of Coat and Pants.
Thi kind yriu want at the time
you want thorn.
They don't rip, tin- buttoni
don't cone irt'.
Just the thing for
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
MANHOOD R E8TO RED 3?i$!
ilullr.iT. thn prt'icrtpihiti of n f tnimm I- rr in it pit vtii Inn, will tpilrkijr rot i yon of mi
rvinn tir tlU' iun n nf lit nciMTHlivii itruHiii. nut Ii m lai Vtanlmwcl, laMMtt
nlim In Ihr ll L s. n I I nilailuni, ftrrtawa i-i.iiii riMtlM
ttfllnmS t 1 . I t Ii m ii s I I it g I'iiIik T ........ I- tat.l ott.HpalU.
Miipsi ul I IoHiM'i of ill v or 1 1 Iff I it. PlfVantl qnlckntniiof ilmcliiMTrr. hlrh if imt churl. Ml
1 ii ir.r.. iMAii-wMtrwi
11 tiirr. irvufiiteM
ll. in my wll ami myaelf have hern
nelna CA5CARKTB ami Ihry are the hrsl
medicine wr hate ever listl In Ih house Last
week my wife was frantic, with liradarbn for
two days, she trleil netne if vein CAMCARBTb,
tint they reiiBveii iiie pain Iii ber heed etnio.t
loimedlAlely IV e Imth rei emmend Casrarela "
I'ltUhurs 8afe A Urioait Co . I'ltuburg, i'a
ESTIMATES OP WHEAT FIELDS
M. Wyrick B.luru.d Tuesday Prom
Hli Wh.al Fl.idi.
The wheat of Umatilla county has
reached tliat state of growth that prac
tically assures a tsiuntiful harvest. It
is a little too early in the season lo
make a close estimate of the total crop,
but within a few weeks, as the esti
mates are hi Inn 1 1 toil J'V the different
farmers, it will be possible to figure it
out like a proposition ll mathematics.
m. M. Wyrlik'l laporl.
M. M. Wyrick baa recently visited
his wheat aud rye fields on Prospect
(arm and at tbe borne ranch in Despaiu
gulch, and returned to Peudleton
Tuesday evening. He says that bis
wheat crop ia aasured and tbat be will
commence harvesting on next Monday,
July 1. There are a few heads of
green wheat in the different fields, but
tbe crop as a general thing ia ripe and
almost ready for tbe sickle, ol course
"ready for tbe sickle" is purely a
figure of speech, not to be taken liter
ally. One hundred years ago tbe
sickle was all right in its way, but
u )...,. it . .,n..,s to I'Ottiuif lbdJO acres of
wheat with thai tiny instrument of
. 3 1 1 . 1 , 1...
torture, the man nauuiiug it wouio ue
dead with fatigue before finishing bis
task. More properly, in this age, the
wheat crop is ready for tbe combine.
Tbat is tbe extent of Mr. Wynck's
wheat, lout) acres. lie brought
samples of it in witb biiu and left
them at tbe office ol tbe East Oregon -Ian,
where other farmers aim at liberty
to iusueot thein, and compare notes.
If - Vi . . . l '. vkuat ia of three
different kinds, blueeteiu. Houora and
. . , ... , lAln ...
Halt l.aae ciuu. lie nae w bum
1 1 1 1 1 ni.. 1 1 1 140 aertw of voluuteer Halt
Lake club and lot) acree of Houora.
The yield to tbe acre varies greeny .
ui. 1. 1 im in thri fluids, one of
270 acres and one of 400 acre, on the
home ranch in Deapain aulcb, wd"''
he estimates will yieia to " -
busblea to tbe acre reapectivel v. lue
rest of it, 03U acres, is ou iu
farm, and will go 15 bushels to the
acre It is tbio on the ground but the
grain is well filled. The 140 acres of
i. ......... v.ii I .L.. . I.il. ou the Pro-
voiuuioBi. BBi.. , . .- .
uect farm will go to lo io
I. Cl... M,ii,ir. adlMAt. lDO
acres, is on the Prospect farm aad i l
likewise yield about 15 bushels to
tbe acre. Tbe Sonora seed sown was
IB. Lit MASS
riBBBtnt. Palatable INitenl Tatle lltswl. Isi
OoodTrloer M, .en W enken ,11 l.ii,s. IDe. V'. &UC
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
tl.rllBg Mm. , SSBIeBe, i 1. 1 ..... . ""'.' S. tart. 1IT
MIX Tfl DSfl S,ilil ami giiaranlrsil l,r all ilnig
RU lU'DAli l.i. t l l'llit 'lobeeeo Hal. a
Help or Situation
C. F.Cook's Emplofinenl Amv
OoflMf Main and Alia Street.
PENDLETON . OBBGON,
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor.
Cspactly, IM) barrtdi s day.
Ptour exchaiigud lor wheat.
Ploar, Mill Peed, Chopuwl Peed, etc., elwey.
ItchintCi Kurninx, and Scaly
Eruptiun of the Skin and
Scalp with lo-- of Hair
Complete External and Inter
nal Treatment by Cuticura
The Set $1.25
( ollidatlllKOf CUTICUKA HoAf ( V . ), torlcunee
tin .kin of i-ru.U and bcaIvb and buIUu the
Uilckeiicd cutli iv, ( I rli I S ' liiiliiitiil ( t ),
g .i -to t,, allay ll Inns, Irillallou, Slid lu
llaiiniiutlou, and aooUie and heal, uml I DTI
OVBA iNBiSIIT (SOi' Ji If coul and flrausa
tlic hleud. A BlliKle Ml I. ufla'll rurUi leiil Ui
cult tin MSl UiituilliK, dl.Usuilus -klu,
M'Alp, aud blond hutuur., tualio, lb hunt., :oii
Irrilutiuii -, Willi loss of heir, when tiiu Ih'.I
phi .ii i. nit and all bMbW rt lut ln . tall
rutr.B n.i u .ui !' (Was. Bu Si' p. UkUiB
mw II" w ' u (.,v skm .nd UIoimI Uuui.ii fro.
CUTICURA PUREST OF BABY SOAPS
Don't Cut Corns
Oon't do rt Vouraelf Don't
Let Anybody do H
What uuui or woman
sufturlug with painful
uid anno lug corn,
will not glte Scents to
have them removed?
For 80 t-euta you get
i to jour boua. I ( 1 I v I, i L
will rtuo wmrv corn jmu
nu luftiui i.r It u, ii" iofUiyu
I,.,,- had It or luiuiturf II I
lUxore ait (Ui.gei I mi INI
ml iiMk' - irr woneiVN '"
(o ujr i wi
$uU It? of Afrit u J urn
OU0 ttUAt will tl -
.....a .juii-.lt -i.d ).'". e"1
4.1 I IU. LlfkUUf i'
urT. fiJkJ Q ti
bwt of corike aoft. I ti J uj c
!. n thr l, li.U tsctwcekui (lu) too, or ou ti o;m
r ihefiwi four auvamy re'unaJ it it u U i iJ ail
iliU- Svi.t prtAlJ ou rdivasiot of citiU t
UUMUl; al so -o twit, HMf-,UUe,tfi
A. C SHAW k CO.
W. J. KKWKLL, Manager.
WHOLHSALK AND RETAIL
Yard ou Webb (Street
Opposite Hunt Freight DopOl
We are preparei lo (uruish anything
in the lumber line and can guarantee
prices to be aa cheap, il not cheaper
than others. We also carry a large
Hue of Doors, Windows and Moulding
Parties contemplating building will do
well Ui see us before placing their
orders. We also carry fumade Red
fir wood. Ph. me Mam wi.
i i I .I it ti I mi ttiM h
ihr kldiM'vniUHl tliu uihiHrr un.un u( nil liiitniuii-L
Rim rrtmire- muni i v, hk ioiiii.
I hrNjM0n NHlTiTfru nr t ritrfil tiy Dortnn In MMtM (10 pf OHfll am trmthKHl with frtif tltll
CtM'HKNK th ihiIjt known rriiifnly to vutl wTiIk-mi i i OptlHttfli ft"H t"Uin- Uin A wrltl1
pN.tn.Mifi' v i n ami mom rruirio -t ir (t mnn (iniiut iiloi m N ruuuiatil cut, ftuu A ooifor &.ot
or iiihII. MiMt.l for fii K k i fn-iihtr mit trtiunnlnla,
4tlUrwMlAVOIe HKItlt lNKtUt, I'. U. Uox m. Han fnunimmmi-mL
Villi s i h HV I AI.I.MaN A nOs, ItltlUt.lw I m. PUN iHtTOV. oiikuon
NATURAL AN!) ARTIFICIAL
Kctail and ton lots.
Telephone your orden Main L, Mniu 57 or Main 88,
or liail the driver of the black teaui
"He is the Ice Man.1
VanOrsdall A Ross
...LEE'S LICK KILLER...
A sure remedy for lice and mites.
blaWMtional Poultry Kissl keeps the hens healthy, mica grit aids digeation,
Hone meal gives strength to young chicks.
A clean, inoltensive but nutritious fort i liter for your lawns.
C. P, Colesworthy Pou,try a,ld ,iee "pp'y pot
Arm In Arm with Your Potk.tbook.
- -1 I I
r 1 'si
Our line carnels have laen selectetl
SriUl a wew ol giving MM the beat
talvn for voitr money Seat, elegant
and attractive iatlerus lir.aed witb
durability, and within the means ol
all, ia what u are offering in our Hue
slis k of rugs, carpets ami something
in lace curtains and portiere. It will
mat you nothing to look .1 them.
Prices are right .
Main street near Rridgn.
U U1. lu - un
it you WANT TO WUS
ecrlbe for uttulum or
uewtpapurt lu the Uolled
States Or gurvpe, reiuil
by po.tel bote, caeck ue
Beud to the K.BT Osauo
ni.n the net ublltheri
trice of Ibe oubllcalieu
yuu deeire, ana we will
aid aaeuiao all rUk ot toe
alia It will tavc you
t.i tlie iut utiwii",
deduct Utu per ceul from the pubuenert ' no
AddreasTuK OKHOONIAK tVB. CO Pludl.
KbimkIaI aiuutluu site
Short ant loun handle pitch forks,
Beytheb, laeathi, Flexible) itael oablea, pulleys, ropet,
in nil liiett
Hansford & Thompson,
"The leading Hardware Men."
WOOL FOR SALE.
Thurtday of eaoh week l will be ai Iha Kiral National Hank
oiTiro to receive laaled bidi on lotr- of wool Nos. 6, i
17, about 600 Hacks, now itored In the ndependant ware
bouie; alio about SOU seoki of thii yean oily. I merve
tho privilege of rejecting any or all bids, adoresfl nc Pan
(lioton or Riot Rook. Telephone Pendleton or ranch on
Bear Creek. J- E- SITM-
Hotel SI GWV
UHO OAKVHAU. Prwp
&lmti! FiirolkiMd Stun Hulad
Hlock .ad . lull frits.
Sample kuuiu In ceo
l.ave it Bul to
muuu beius lo.l
lu tbe lUAl
u.tu tiouble and rUk n you ai
For Health. Strength and
Pleasure Drink : : : : : I i
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.
on If i h (