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REGARDING WHEAT MELDS
St I HA TBS
ARE TOO HU H
AS A liKN-
WHEN your purchase
amounts to $2.00 or
will receive a
Twenty-four styles to
select from. Ask to see
Th Report, Art Homy Bated Upon Pis
tetl Yleiat. and Little Accu
rate Work It Don.
i ne to.lovfine was in th
t . T ti .. I.. . ....... t 1
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
M WATSON RESIGNS
.. uiiarlt! Cor.tro.
Villa. Ann. IT. -The
o( the Walla
U h hwu ,,,, editor
o! The I nion, ih nmm e
rvnnsrtirin ait:' tfcfa MB
. . I . 1 .'i. ..!...,
i lot bit Dome "ii !"'
fiuoc lianJtHi in bit resignation
iir o! The I umn I nniinii o,
fug agateae voluntarily, and
.! upon ins urcoiit reitieet;
it, eeotpteil. The statement
mi n irresponsible source
IM Bfmmmi l' Nfltfa. " b
i intrae. Over a month am
, . rrcpicle : til ' N " re
uih uat been anxijui to at- ,
. property M Lake Chelan.
f. ui'intn- Mr. Watson
Cj.it Walla lilt houic In- de-
. .... ... ....... . . . . i
Liu, taiefriiv in iur,"irr aim
mioji in ' rn tftl M make
ottaeexpaper in tTi'iy nee
It tan. ll aat wiiy oj emu oi
at tad battlintt aritb many ob
:i; De iticeecded in making
x daring hit uitvnti2.' metit
aper tbab Walia Walla ever
(store. It war M easy task, i
! aitsun cavrr Itl. a fc. lilt!
atu..i i. nisi iikjih in' v ii ij
per which telle the newt, i
taoo'a fecial tuiile. hit ever
word and generally bADM
ill be misted anions' hie
mm gats id anu oui in tne newt-
an. in dbi ma i" i i anr
ante other ttiau to get hie
us property into ehae and
m rarued re:. The t'nion
ww. nr. nautili r other lnemlt
Ml BIB toccet in whatever
Arrivals at Hotal Pandlaton.
A t Bernard and pud, Portland.
H P Salisbury, Chicago.
H H Sill, Portland.
Jap ii fiamsev. Miles Citv. Mont
M Kii'harda. IVrtUnd.
0 I 'tterthagen, IVrtland.
l.oui Goldsmith, St .Joe.
I' M Klweil, Spokane.
.1 T Shearer, Spokane.
ten M rtii I very, Spokane.
Ward T Smith, Tamma.
T I Kaater, Portland.
Mr Oraaff and - n, Arlington.
1 S 0111, Spokane.
J A Allison, Portland,
i' M Holcolmh, Seattle.
W I Knrtt. Portland.
K T Cox.
.) H Kl . I :.-
P L lioae'nield, Portland.
W V II i.i.- , l. San ftmkt i
.' ' I Conrad, OhlCJkfO,
W K ilendmniiiE.
THF HAIR BRUSH
Breadt Dandruff. Wliieh Cautai FalllnB
Hair and Flnaiu Baldntn.
Prof. I'nna, Hamburg, dermatic,
European authority on akin diasMM,
aayi that dandruff in aa MMtajiMI at
any other niale'olent dieeaae, and
that nie c on in n n iiin-e ' the 'pread
of dandruff ia the aae of the tame
hair hrtiah hy different peraona. The
way to avoid catch in dandruff or auy
other dixeaee from another' bruth,
it to inaiatoo the uae of Nebro'( tier
picide. It not only kilit the dandruff
kterm. hut it it ale.i an antiaeptic that
rill prevent the catching of any di
eate whatever throiiith contagion of
inid( U Bouri a Day.
r K ratt for there tireleaa lit-Mf-Dr
King't New Life
Million are alwav. nutv. cur-
o over jaucu ne.' nilouaucua,
aM afM. Tnev hanieh en k
drier out niaiana. Never
ate. Small tmat nina
1. Trv tuein. tlhf at
.LA. A I ii
spend Sunday In in Mounlalni.
Toniorrow, Sunday, the U. K. A N.
Co., will aell ticket to Meacham and
return lor $1. Train leaver Pendleton
at till a. in ; arrive at Meacham
n:50 a. in. . returning, leavee Meacham
V p. iii., arriving Pendli toti 10:40 p.
m , alio ' int; 12 hourt at Meacham in
which to breathe the ozone of the for
at. Take your Innch tweket with you
and itet away fur the day from the sul
try heat and oppre-rion of the lower
altitude. The cliauge oi a day in the
mouctans will refresh you for the work
oi the roHLing week.
Dafnss Cannot o turtd
by local application., aa they cannot reach the
d meat uO, puriiuu oi las ear There It only ane
av to curt- IcallK.-.., aud llial l. by lonttitu
t. Hi., reineiliea Lraalucu 1 aued by an In
Bauicil toujltiou oi the mui-oiu nmnt: of the
& a a a a a
MWl OK AN
M0VthlB in tka
'-llToMlMa, Wll ,
Jailer nd Ont
" V I II I I
a ' llaau . ..
- i .nil tl'-llcr -
Mtt out oi ten arc
lr uotblUf but au
w uuout rurlacc. W.
Uart fur any ol
rhi that ctiuot be
urn. asnd lor vir
cHtstv a on..
vtore I 1"
u 1 bv
isjaal 1 1
-i.i by all druaai.lt. 7 -
. family flu. are tin- boat
About 300 bead of cows, calve and
yearlings, about 7o head of f cattle
in the baud; also, the tiueet summer
range in the mountain for saie.
Terms, half cash, balauce in 0M year.
Thi ie a bargain. Inquire at this
Savs H Wat Tortured.
"I aeffered auch pain from corns 1
could hardly walk," write 11. Kobiu
aou, Hillsborough, Ills., "out buck
ten's Arnica salve completely cured
them." Act like magic on t oral he
bruise, cuts, aoras, aoalda, burns,
boil, ulcers Perfect healer of akin
diseases aud pile. Cure guaranteed
by rail man & Co. J'n
Kor aale A five MM house, corner
lot. aia blocks from Main xtrnet, price
i i.i ..
I (II1 I ii I . r it in .. a I t . -
.i.- u . . "" ""eat neit on
thi. side oi the Bine mountains ron
sisting of portions of Cmatilla conntv
in Oreyon, .nd several comities 0j
hastern Washington, and ctendint
in l.atah con ty, Idaho, compris-s the
richest wheat land of consideiahle ex
tent in the world. RfSM nw, after
many years of marvelous prodnetloa,
uiesimp.e tacts regnrdiiiB the riatd,
"""""" neneveii t v Kastrrn ie.i
ple. They will not etaellv and tlatlv
contradict credible W itnesses, bsjl the
facts narrated are so grossly t vari
ance with all their experienr- that
they cannot comprehend their ncnal-ty-;l'p
BIoO tin looihllll .. the BlM
monntains In Whitman. Walla Walla
and I'matilla counties the vield is
anywhere from 98 to 7H hushel's an the
acre. MMk BOife these extremes are
eKceptional. Of course there is much
land farther down toward the sandv
belt bordering on the Colnmhia, where
:V nnshels is considerexf . crop,
and there are nmnv farms from hieh
much lea than this is harvested, one
vear with another, but the vial. I ir.,...
the area under particular consideration
I will average nil v, ar p. rhaps 4o
bushels an acre. line man looks a
little sour who ways his farm turred w9
only :!7 hnhels an acre; other rapotl
yields oi 40, 45, V), and up to 0
and over. And there is no examrera
tion about this. These farmers are
merely reporting the lact. which anv
one can verify by a trip at the pre.ent
time through that region.
It is true that many fields hi re
aboats yield well up to tHl bushels and
that there have tieen vields so blfh ar
"0. At the same time, it is true that
many fields yield so low a 14, and
these small yields are n..t BO easily giv
en to the public. This is because the
average person is an extravagant fel
low, and is on the hunt all the tune
for big things ah nit w hirh to talk
and write. It is probable that the av
erage yield of I'matilla county is not
wore than l' bushel.. K. X. Wtnlev,
ag.-nt ol the (. K. A N. here, has
sent to the general olheer repfirl in
which he estimates the average for
this year at 24. The East Oregon inn's
e.timate ia 28. Thi difference ol tkfw
bushels might he easily MIOtSlBBld for
hy the fait that somewhat different
source of information re at th. com
maud ot the two per his IDIlltM tin-
two estimates. Hnt tl ey are BMM
enough together to g:te evidence that
they are very nearly c .r'.-n. There
estimates are tiased n;ni iti.jiiirv a to
Jhe number of acre crotineii, and the
proportion of low yields to high yields.
Wihen the average n reached in any in
telligent manner, it involve consider
able labor, and the average person will
not go through thi work. In every
county are many acres of land on
which the crop is almost a failure. Id
thi county there are at rich land. a
lire I u r rued to wheat in the world. No
county in the Inland Ivupire producer
in r per ai re ml yet 1 1 cointnonl v
reported av-rager be taken, thi it one
of the lowe.t yielding counties in all
thi region. A cursory estimate in a
slovenly manner is of do -tatirtu-al
value. It mj't I - a part of a well ar.
ticulated plan covering years of close
watclnug ot the production of wheat
i a given locality, aud only after m-v-eral
yearr o! tin. w rk has been ! to
careiully, and conscientiously , too,
will the estunater give out anything
that p.isaesses the slightest value.
BOMMJ reportt set out by tly-by-nigbt
newspaper rorrein lents should be
I jkexl Usiu with suspicion by meu of
commercial connection.- who .le-if.-actualitiea
and not milated storie.. It
is easy for the correspondent, when
seated at bit tyH8wriler, to atrike the
key controlling the figure "tl" when
he should strike the "6" or even "4."
Thi is done too frequently, since he
i a: nous to make his locality show
up so will as auy other. Houesty in
this i oimectioti i rare, p-rhaps.
WESTON GRAIN UbLDI.
ticincn'c A r. a: i.i .i .:....- u ....
hull n( II I uuu ituict Sj'-'i'-i aou binci wai'.ncs,
lt otiold :rr,Qs. chains and great variety of Jewelry
Coa i ' extrcI,,e' low prices durmg the inunth of August.
v most complete stock of furniture, linoleum, stoves,
' ' plunibiiis; and tinning Kiven prompt attention
Maui Street, Pendleton.
. CLARKE & CO.
Opera House block.
Line of Tents, Wagon
ers, Anti-rust Tinware,
Son, oood Crops atnllond in tn Lead
r Tblt Wk.
bay the Westou 1.1-4 ler iian J.
Kirk, who liow has ihargu of the Pa
c! i Coast Klevator c ouipany's ware
house at blue Mountain station, war
in town Monday. Mr. Kirk shares in
the prevalent goud leeling over the fart
that grain crops are much iarger ami
better tbau was anticipated, the wheat
be is receiving at biue .Mountain tests
from 60 to pom. ile pel nushel, ami
the yield, in that vicinity have been
uniformly targe and excellent. One
Coose creek larmer so far under est!
i hit crop that he came hack alter
1 ie ba'lileiey-llarujian t o. new
Pride of Washington reparator ha
beeu doiug excellent work at the com
iniiv r farm below town, where two
headcra, a 14-foot aud Ij-i t, were
harely able to supply It Voracious
maw. Pire caught the other day in
one setting just huishei, but the Ijuyt
piled into a header wagon and rushed
to the aceue in time to prevent loss
The outfit moved yesterday into John
Beaiiicr nuiu. spring graiu ai li.e
liaddelevliartmau ran. n yielded W
bushels per acre, aud fall grain froui
26 to 4u bushel.
W. W. Uarlile'e steam outht i-
threshiiig buudlnd graiu at irajan
fucker a place east ol town. Au aver
age of about 40 bushels it reported
On O. M. Kichmuud's foothill farm
l-o ; sacks mi' cropped from about U0
acru. The next move will be to Joe
Wurer'e ranch on Weeion uiouutaiu
Over iu saud Hollow, report the
Atbeua Press, Kd Potts receivud the
yield of JfrA aacks oi wheal from 101
acres. This uieaua au average ol oO
bushels per acre. It ia unnecessary to
elate atj the wheat grade No. i.
USUAL QUSSTI0M OF HOLDIMu WHEAT.
Farmer Stadylna EVarkeU to Iiumi on
lb F u lure Coodllloos.
A always happeos at thi time of
vear, the farmer are pouderiug ofer
I the queation of selliug or holdiug
'wheat. To aell or not to aell? That'
the question tliat just uow pussies the
average producer of graiu here where
I harvesting is well along aud the fall
market is begluuiug to assume shape.
Those who ruu the rauches have read
the aoveruuient report- aud are iu-
ultued lo gaUrer LUerelroiu
VOrld'i markets are Hkelv to
to crop I . . in manv wheat
connlrics, with lusher nrices. lirnnth
in the mi, Idle west ami the eastern
states creates the hope that value will
And all these things again raise the
Hiery in the farmers' minds a to
when lo sell All sorts of opinion
are heard. Some are inclined to re
BMBjbtff experience of former vear,
when iu ho'ding they lost insurance
charges, storage expense, rhnnkage or
(Hissihle damage to the gram, interest
on the mnnev represented bv what it
w. uld have brought at ear'lv market
time, when finally they were compel
led to sell at less than was offered in
Others arc inclined to speculate, be
ing in easy circumstances and able lo
sustain losses and have a margin in the
H far, the fat I crop has brought in
no liistiiuce more than 4."! and for
the uiort part has gone at less. This
is for No. 1 club, blnestem ar a rule
commanding a premium of two cents.
The producer has learned that char
ters ot ships govern local value of
wheat here and throughout the Pacific
coa.t states, for ali values depend up
on foreign price since the bulk of l'a
citic coast wheat is exported. The
world's market mav go very high on
'.e:t valuer, yet coast farmers receive
the same as thai now offered. Thi is
a very exserating fact, yet it is a
fact. And many farmer are disposed
to follow the eastern rule to sell
whenever the fall market form, and
the Inner BjOOtM for the season.
Holding wheat in the eart where
large quantities are raised is not so
common as on this coast.
n. R. CAMPBELL'S CR0I
fhretron Rlurnt Ar Vary Different
From Hi Prediction.
Pr. W. P. Campbell re.idcs in Mid
dle Cold spring If mile northwest of
Pendleton He has nearly finished
threshing hi wheat from .".00 acres of
land, and ll pleased that his prediction
of five week, ago that his crop was
damaged "Hi per cent, ha proven to be
to wide of the mark. He is at work
on the la.t setting, and il it yields like
the ret, the average per acre hi 1 1 he
more thmi 'JO bushels. When he made
bll memorable prediction, he would
have lieen glad if some one had in
.tired him 10 bu.helt to the acre. The
wheat looks somewhat shriveled, hut
nevertheless tert. over H pounds to
the bushel. Mr. Campbell is hut one
of J0 personr nr more who thought
their crops were greatly 'a mage I and
who are now smiling at the site oi the
An Aulomobtl Raee.
V feature of the Huffalo expo.it
will la- a race between automobile
representing all nations. Although ii
it clxiined that France is ahead of us
in the construction ol these vehicles, it
it hoped that American manufacturers
w ill come n lirrt merica general Iv
keep" at the head of the procession in
all lines ol ind itry, . ieiice and med
icines. No country in the world lias
ever produced to good a medicine for
the cure o stomach, liver kidney and
bowel disorders as lfortetter'r Stomach
Hitters, r r trvOf fifty years it has
been the standard medicine. It pro.
moles r mud -1 p . re'tores the appe
tite aud cures dyspepria, indige.liou,
constipation and biltoii.uess, also pre
vents malaria fever and ague. Do not
fail to try the Kilters, as it will surely
do you good .
None or Sal.
Notice it hereby given that the un
derrigue 1 will receive sea led hidr at
hi- i Mice, Front and Aukenv street,
until 12 o'i l ick BOOt) ol Thurslay,
Augii't 2-, for a certain slock of mer
chandise, consisting principally of
drygoods, lurni-hlllg goials, bootr utld
.hoes, and liats anil cap., located at
Pendleton, Oregon, together with a iot
of store fixtures u.ed ill connection
with said stock. Inventory may he
seen ai the room, of the San Francisco
Hoard of Trade, at the Magnet store
in Pendleton ami at my oihce. Ten
per cent of the amount hid ir to lie
paid at the time o making the offer
and the balance on receiving the stock.
B. L -AHIN, I'ortlalid. Oregon.
On account of departure I offer (or
sale my pmalc hou.e, corner Johnson
ami Webb stree', containing eight
rooms, also a lour rsuii cottage and
two lots near sclciol house.
Oavid Weuger, living uear l.euox
pool ittBOi Warhiiigl'o. count v, wa iu
a forest with his li-year-old eon fell
ing tiubar. Wenger's axe came off
the handle and struik the young man,
cutting a great gash in the abdomen.
I he Mirgion gives hut little hope (or
f VKMS. to 15. 2 YEARS
ot Btomai.il 1 rouble. N' tint
ter how lunu btaipiing
NAU'S DYSPEPSIA CUkli
WILL CUM ouoooooo
We want lbe weaken tlouiai hi lo
In at. Tblt reuiudy will rselure the
tluiuaih lo normal ul healthy
ondliloii. It you Lave Lawn tuffef
Iu Wllh L)ipepala helu Ukiu
liilt rtuneJy, sad tee bow you will
1 ,r sale by Tallman A Q, am)
all lirst - drUMgiaitV CM bend to
l raiik Nau, Portland Hotel Pliar
mat.). Portland, Oregon. Ptict.
Jl j a bOttlfl 1 6 bottle- lot laQOl
Ou oi ll. iuu.1 hsiplul hookt oil lieM
w (.km., e 1 ' 1 luurl 1. thai n.nt.1 I "Merv
Wau- " by br . . 1 ol San Francisco, uow
In iu ttltu thouMUd. Tblt work ol an ssaar
eneucvd ajbl rejiui.Ue pbyilclaii I. Iu asre
able coiitrmt to the fast sum ol lalte m Slug
which jiell. ou thi. luierssliu- subset. II
abouuila 111 areluh) coualdcjcil n0 pity Ileal
E4tIW. a ha the two (ial uerlu ol wls
doui aiei sincerity.
II 1 eudoracd by both lb ieil(lout au4
si .ilar preas. The hit uo Advance ti : "A
peiuasl oi the hook aau the applh alloa ol IU
prluciplaa will put health, hope iel hesrt,liilo
Ibouaau'lt ol live thai are uow . s
Ihiouah uci vout luiparviucut."
lbe book it ll.tti by mail poeapaid.
Ou ol th. itvoel lolerottloa chapUi. u.plei
11, on .Serviue si.d Mexve loin Lu larsu
priuled eeparaUily at a aauipl chapter, aud
Will be tent Iv auy addreat lor slsuip b lh
puUithcf.. lilt PACIFIC ei 111 i in - .
Hot Jbot. aau Frauclsco
I (1ST HIS THIRD SEPARATOR
THE MACHINE WAS AT WORK (IN It. K.
NBI1.' Tt AI R.
'V W. Gtllatl. a Huitlln Thraahliia Ma-
ehln Man. Ha HI Shar
of Bad Luek.
William W. t.illett's big :tii."t. separ
ator was destroyed by Hre at 4 o'i 'ock
on the afternoon of Priday, August Itl,
while at work on the farm ot 11 R,
Neil, four miles northeast of I'endle
ton. Mr. Neil's (ar ill is 1 1 first one
this aide ol Italian Pete's place on the
Wild Horae. Mr. Gil lot I is atwent in
the nleSM country, making arrange
ments to run hi. threshing out til there
ati.r the season close, here. The ne
of the accident wa brought to Penult
ton bv Charier Maker and "Graveyard
Charlie," otherwise Uhoflea Mcl'her
Th Separator Exploded.
The threshing otiltit bad been
brought to the Neil place but a M
hours before the accident occurred
The tiarley had I ecu threshed and a
start was made upon three rliick.. of
wheat. The machine had been operat
ing main the first slack, and MbJ
threrhed 40 or .'Hi sacks, when the sep
arator exploded Flame, hnrrt (.nth
and quickly BOMBS RJIltOatod Ml tin
wheat stack, which w t- dc-troved.
The separator, derrick table, a BMMJOYI
and a s't of double barnes. were con
sntiied. The wheat destroyed in the
stack amounted to almut UO bttahoUi
"Oraveiard t'harlie," who HI fork
ing, was still putting wheat into the
.eparator. no alarm having been given,
when the tinnier rolled over toward
and almost gathered him in. I l,e en
gine used to proM'l the separator 1
tii Advance, 22-horse power, mid the
outfit was one of the large-t and bOel
in the counts Mr. Qlltett ll populHi
with bll men and all cxproed regret
at his beiivy lors. ll required I I nu n
to man the outfit .
It is believed that Mr. Oillett car
ried no insurance this year. Ile war 1
at Cel. K. P. Hoyd's ofiice on huriner-
011 Saturila. ngu-t 10, and rtnted at
that time that he believed be would
1 arrv hi. own iusiir.ince tin- n.tr
Mr Hold hud written hi iMOFBUce in
IMS and ltKsl, BtM) the fact thnt Mr.
tiillelt expresKil iiimselfa. above is
goi.1 evidence that he has not had any.
Lott Wat $2600.
The loss to Mr tiillett by ifato BOO I1 1
dent will he close to 2."nkl. In BOkti.
tion tothat.it will knock him out of 10 1
day' or two weeks' work thfwbiMR
in the busiest purl of the BBMM It 1.
thoroughly boiNttod that Mr tiillett
will put a new separator in the held '
Thlt It Hit Third Separator.
For the thi -d time in his life Mr.
tiillett Will kllow' bow It gov- to lose I
.eparator. He hint hi first one on Oc
toiler tl, isou. e lived 111 North Ten-
betoii nud at the oJotB of ti e ItBjBOBl
stored bis separator 111 his burn. It
burned, and be received fo 'itl insurance
money oil two policies. The si 00)d
separator wa a victim of ipoatanoi us
coin bust ion, -innlar to the third one
here reported It exploded while ill!
operation From that he n-ceiM-d
fl'JOO insurance. All the above insur
ance was written liv Ool, B, P. Botd
for Ihe Agricultural I-ire Inrurnn.e
company, of Waterton, N. Y.
As ifttf a h lir you'll timl
iislifs, so ihirittj; tir nnl we
ctttnulttcd n I'iLt lot of
list Vt ar-
j REWINAHITS I
Calioo, Gingham. Outing
Flannel, Dress Goods m l
doi6ni ol difnfenl kiniis of matt.
piled on our
t hfl I rv Qoodi
. The prioof on then tnakf milestnon un
'ALL AM 91 1
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Agenti Butterwick i Pfttterns,
'I ' 111 11
rn-i uknk iii
1 in el. I
MANHOOD RESTORED 3SS8S
I . .. '
I. W III null - i nr a .Ml nl a
ia n . ' 1 (....mala
irk, S).-inlMMl I N 1. Ilrbllll, llvailSt
1- iieiu.iln i ItritlMe, Wwrleweele l un.ile.u.a
I I I'lliMI . l.-aioeath
i I'luiiXK .eraitUtsa
run WALK IIV
- ir - '1 1 11 1 r i ritaslwlllls
1 -.ii.ii 1 11. a i a la-iiuaueal cor. tcuuaojLaaieat
ll ! I M. ... 1 ,.', aTS. Han KriitexH.(WL
1 1 s .1 i .. iTnVMMTrt, PUN ULITCix?. ohriion.
HANSFORD & FH0MPS0N,
II A ROW AMI M 1.1:1 II VM's
Main Street. Pendleton. (Ire
LOW DOWN l ANk IHWS.
I U 1 1 V I HER SUCTION H0SI
ROPES, Sll l l CABLE, liTC : :
FOR - HARVEST
AMIiRICAN PI vN
Nld'i per Da v - iikI UpWAfltl
Oregon Lumber Yard
WO il) O0TTKRN
For barn and dwolltaft.
('heapor than tin.
I -ia l Ir .
huildint I oh 1 ,
i. line .111 Cyieeet,
Hi uk and Sand,
Screen Doora A WiedOWB,
mmh tnd DxrOrH,
Terra Gotte Fine.
In the fa. m.
borie & Light, Prop'f
Alta St., opp. Court BoMa
I Ray & Co.,
Buy U'l eeli
Poll I I.ANM, OIIKIKIN.
Speilal Males to llaatcro OrOgM people vlslllug I'urllaod. Maaiiqtaartore
for tuurlsta and 1 mm I it travelers rf. c ItOWHttS, Manager.
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Chicago Hoard ot Trade.
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Under New naiiaKeineiil
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The louvre .Saloon
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I armers Custom Mill
I red Walter Proprietor.
Glvr Us 1 Trial.
Kdttji $1.00 1 day
Speclii Kitti by
WmI or month
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Floor. Mill FessJ, Uoiil Fd. u
Bar and Kllllard f.'ooou.
Ihe Best Hole
Van Dran Bro., Props
fleadquarlara for Traveling Man
In CaBtorn .Orogon.
Sucosors to J. E.IMoore
10 Ml VUUUi CAM
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fur wrauplu uuriajee
Old uewspaiairi Iu lar
Luudle of uim. tiuudred
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at THE EAST oaaoONIAN OFFH E. Feudl
For Health, Strength and fi
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Polydore Moens, Proprietor.