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This cut represents the latest production in
Glove Fitting Petticoats
Hf them on display in Dry Goods window
Prices $1.50 to $5.00.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
WMDAY. OCTOBER 1, MM.
TBI BILL OF THB PLAY STAOB.
Sporllni Llf" at 'ha MT on """"V
Wiltfr Hanfonl's MlodnUM ''BpOTt
MUtf1 was qalM satisfactorily pro
,, 'JionMnn.l.y night at the Pra.er.
tlhn critical listener cmld not avoiu
CmmmmI that Pffl with logmt
SribHItiM tbt d MrH. I Carter
.7,1,0,11.1 hai been attempted by no
iRilMMM ! LlllUf Unison.
Avlthtt Philip Cevanagh should have
ton done by a vnunu. man of snob
iakill conacietiti'xie desire to be in
km. it 'all times, like William Des
adJ shows, cant lor that rule. Miss
Umion unfortunately ban discovered
uni KM nos bow to wear an ele
Mttlr MM)fBa in striking inantier
. ta to ant off charms of femininity
pimI by lew women, Hence, ahe
mm wben ihe H rat appear, poses the
good tilDK, anil puses even whenly-
daul upon a ruiirh. strangled by
tto roooK man Cavanagh whom she
M'dMt Nont Cuvanagb wiih cloae to
terlectioi, in her ilnl meat inn of a Hweet
nl girl, hwoiM of tbe plav. Karl
WoodMaek, eneral .Mulyneeur, Jim
ar JBio, Mr Dt (,'artoret, An
airefcJr. Clara l'musuis, these were
Mil railsinetl parts, while the others
"HporlioK Life" i- melodrama of a
mw ud rattier pi.nl anrt. To the la
ds, it pomws a charm unusual, in
.M it permit them to witness a priie
ibi iioid to them at other timed,
iftlu ihown in Huh piece, perhaps,
jut it much m light an the average
Mtcli which mm BBt in reul pugilistic
"Sporting Life" revealH the doings
ol the tippsr criistilnm in Knglish rac
itf circlei, and in really not bad from
tiir lUoilpiiint of tbe playwright.
The correct answer to tbe charade
priotel on tlie ilruinatic page of laat
suonlsy'i Portland Telugrum wae:
lint, km; second, brook; whole, Soa
trwks. The tirst correct solution wan
sal to the Maripiam iraml by Miss
Smirk. ruining, 0)1 441 Sixth atreet.
Mia, ranniug may get the tiuketa lor a
hoi tt Pridav's performance of "A
Hooeru Crusoe," hy calling at the
Mir jmui Urand box office.
M.o.ner denrge L. liuker of the Me-
DO YOU NEED
CHAKM. SI. r
SPOONS OR AN
or anything in the
nm.iom.sm i mux
UIVK Vut TU IlKKT OK
MIM and i-kk'kh
Jewder and Optician
tropolitan in f'ortland is losing no
time in preparing to open bin new the
ater. COMPBTBN t .11)1)1. ms
Beauty Doetora Bndor.e Harplelds.
Women who make a business of
heantifyiiig other women nome prettv
near knowing what will tiring about
the heat results. Mere are letter
from two, concerning Herpicide:
"I can recommend Newhw's "Her
picide," as it etoppeil my hair from
falling out; ami an a dreaming it han
HBTHA A. TBULLINGEB,
"291 Morrison Ht., Portland, Ore."
"After nsiiiK one Imttle of "Herpi
cide" my hair has stopped falling out,
and my acalp is entirely free from dan
druff. "(Signed,. tiRACK DODGI,
"19 Sixth St., Portland, Ore.
J. K. Nowlin, the county Blbool sn
ptrtntudaat) has divided the county
into ten diatrii'tn for the purHse of
holding local institute. The Pendle
ton echnol district, with the mirround
ing diatricta, via.. Nos. Hi, 44, M, 47,
13, 9t, tin, lilt, tt, B? and (18, constitute
one division. The teacher of these
diatricts will meet at the high school
building on Saturday at 1 :ltt) p. m.,
October fi, tor the purpose of organiza
tion and institute work. In accord
ance with the wish of county BObool
superintendent, I aak all teachers to
be present. K. It. CON KLIN,
Til on) I. more oatarrn lit till, .notion ot tlie
OJMgBtrjf tlmn all otbor iliwami. put togttlliur,
him! until tie' laal low jroa.a tt wan .uppoauil to
l. kMmmbla Kor a ijreat many yoar. ilo. tur
firououiiooil It a lie al ill.oaw ami pr.crllMiil
lira! niu"ln"i, iin.l li rmiHtaiitly IkiIiiik t
eire will, l.i. nl truKtnioiil prmiuuui'i'il it in
BBfllMl Botaiiea lian pruvuu oatarrb to be a
c'liu.tltutioiiitl illKiaae, anil tliuroforv ruqulrniK
eOBatttaUoaaJ ireatuiuut. Hall'. Catarrli Cur.',
inautilaoluruil by f. 1. Cbonoy A Co., I'ulodu,
(iblo, 1. tbo only oou.tltiltloual euro uu tin
markot. It ta takou Hilorually lu down ol Iroiu
leu drnpi In n loa.pooulllL llaaWs ilirm tli on
tbu bliHxl ami uiuooui, aiirlai'un o( tbe .yaluiu
t'li,. ofl.T .in.-Iiiuelr. .1 ilollar. lor any caw it
tall, to euro Sauil (or clroulam ami loatluiu.
ulaU Addrow K. J. CHUNKY A CO..
fid by drugs''"!., 7 m ,
Hall a Kamlly I'lli. are tbo boat.
Woodman Camp at llton.
The degree team of the Pendleton
order of Woodmen of the World, 411
being in the party, went to Milton M
Saturday evening and established the
"Tumaluui" camp there. F. C. Pyle
waa the special orgauixer. The follow
ing otticers were elected : V. ('., D.
J. Kirk; A. L.. Una A. Winkler;
iwiiker, 0. P. strain; clerk, 1 . A.
Hikes; eecort, J. K. Romne; watch
man, J. L. Kogers; sentry, Jesae
Niohola; phyaiciau, W. C. Thomas ;
manager, L. L. Berry, J. A.
Hay tin and Harry White.
0 a m
White Han Turned Yellow,
i mat consteruatiou waa felt by the
frieuda ol M. A. Hogarty of Lexiugton,
Ky., when they aaw he waa turning
yellow. His skiu slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and lie suffered
terribly. Hie malady was Yellow
Jaundice, lie was treated by the beet
doetora. but without benefit. Then he
was advised to try Klectric Bitters,
the wondertul stomach and liver re
medy, and he writes: "After taking
two bottles I was wholly cured." A
trial proves its uialchleas merit fur all
stomach, liver and kiduey trouble
Only '26c. Sold by Tallman & Co.,
Pendleton camp, No. 41, Woodmeu
of the World, will hold a aociai session
tonight after regular buaiueaa. All
members are requested to lie present
J. P. WALKKK, Clerk.
STOVES AND RANGES . . . .
Now is the time and here is the place to get
MlftJai !q ,ur tight heatera and steel ranges. 1
MVi Mven varieties of air tights which I am offer
Jog OUMptr thtiii ever before. Give me a trial and
I pJiq havo a new and complete assortment of
library and hanging lamps ut greatly reduced prices.
Main Street, Pendleton
FH Line of Cooking and Heating Stoves
W. J. CLARKE CO.
Opera House Block.
RETURNED FROM NOME
Henry t. Pi. ret Tells of Hit Ixperianeet
While m Alaska.
Henry F. Pierce has returned to Pen
dleton alter three months stay in
Nome and vicinity. In company with
Otis Imveridge. he left the Alaskan
shores on hoard the steamer "Sena
tor," September Hi, and arrived in
Seattle ten days later. From there, he
came straight through, with the ex
ception of one day spent at Milton.
Uuring his stay in Alaska, Mr.
Pierce wat chiefly occupied in Nome
and the mining districts contiguous.
He found manv changes in tbe condi
tion of things which existed when he
was in Alaska a year ago. Kven the
weather was different. Instead ol
clear, cool days, there was continually
cold rain, snow or wind. Although
the elements affonlel little npportnn
ity for pleasure, Mr. Pierce several
times, went out with a shotgun and
retnrned with dncks and ptarmagan
which are plentifnl in that region
The longest trip he made from Nome
was 140 miles into the Kongaroek dis
trict. Scattered for miles along the
Wnartt, Uarfield, Neva and Windy
creeks and Kongaroek river could he
seen tents and camp ontilts, many of
wmcn hail neon ahatnlnnml. In nearly
every case the loss could be figured
irom fjow to loot). occasionally
there had been bin pans but the uen-
eral run was not sufficient to meet ex-
ery few new discoveries were made
this summer, the only one of import
ance, beinu on Old Olory creek near
Good Hone hav in the Arctic riwion.
The district around Nome still keen
up its good showing. Anvil, Dexter,
Snow and (i lazier creeks are all profit
able. Mr. Pierce sa"S that he saw a
nugget taken lrnm this locality which
was valued at I178H by actual weinht.
allowing for a little quarts which ran
through it. This district was settled
in Bfl and there is now no chance to
get in without capital.
there are four claims on Daniels
creek, says Mr, Pierce, that are produc
ing Iron, IMHKI to BU500 each. The
(anions claim No. 1, belonging to the
Hlack Chief Minimi Co., iias produced
during the summer, 12009 a day. The
claim is in litigation now and is being
worked under bond.
In the Council City district, Opher
creek is showing good resnlts. The
Wild Ooosc company are oiieratini!
three claims which altogether turn out
iiUKX) a day.
Tbe Pioneer Mining enmpanv which
is comMsed entirely of Swedes, owns
paying property on Anvil creek. It
was there that the hig nugget was
found. The Pioneer company ships
every month fltOO.OOO in dust. The
Pioneer and Wild doose Mining com
panies, were both forced into the
courts last winter to prove their right
of ownership aud it only by their
immense capital that they were saved
from utter ruin.
In speaking of bis own H.'erests Mr.
Pierce savs that the Hoiirlioli iiiilcb
claim, which ha left in charge of Wil
liam Beagle of Pendleton, is promis
ing and the quartz prnpertv near Bluff
i lily will develop into a good claim.
Scene. Aboard Senator.
The return trip to Seattle would have
been very pleasant under ordinary cir
cumstances. A two days' storm at sea
was a small matter and would not have
been taken into account, but the lack
of accommodations was very discom
forting. The "Senator" was built to
accommodate .150 paascugers and on
the run down 031 people were crowded
aboard the boat. Not only were the
state rooms full, but the passengers
slept on botii decks, in the salou. din
ing room, under and ou the tables and
in every passage wav on th. ship.
It was lortunate that tin accident oc
curred to cause delay or the paaeengers
would have been in much the same
plight as those on board tbe ill-fated
Oregou. The provisions lasted barely
long nigh lor the " Senator to gel
iuto port. Mr. Pierce aaya that there
should be a law, compelling tbe trans
portation companies to provision their
boats sufficiently to guard agaiust ac
cident ou the long Alaskan tripa. Two
years ago three deaths occurred ou the
schooner Hero, irom the lack oi aum-
Saves Two from Death.
"t hir little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
lironchitia," writes Mrs. W. K. Ilavi-
laud of Armouk. N. V., "but, when
all other remedies failed, we aaved her
life with Dr. kiugeNew iiiacovery.
Our niece, who had conea mpt inn in
au advanced stage, also used tins
wonderful medicine aud today she is
perfectly well." Desperate throat aud
luug diseases yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible (or coughs aud colds.
60c and 1 bottles guaranteed by tall
man A. Co. Trial bottles Iree.
IMS WOMKN S UHPARTMIMT.
Walla Walla Ladles Show Artltlle Work
al Fruit Pair.
Walla Walla, Oct. 1. One of the
i... at eHtort-H ol the lair was tbe de
....i.tiunl I,. , t . i. r . . nf (lie la-oiiiHii Mm
r" . . . . '
W. V. l.ymau, president. .iauy rare
,.,u..uu of nlil liruMM were shown aud
works of art by the ladies, notably the
burnt leather aud burnt wood. The
tiiinit u.uul im Moiiiethinif new here
ulii.iiia allh h it has been common
on the 'European coutiueut (or many
vuuim i lie minimi is -lone h i me
.ImmIbUUM luilnt needle heated
with gas generated irom beuxiue, ttiat
is used iu burning leather. Among tbe
very attractive displays of both burut
leather aud burnt wood perhaps the
moat meritorious waa that of Mias
k.i,,,. Ittiiikii.aoi who Hoin hrat nri.HM
.... . .. ,
11 tua Mliunmlll hlU o , M M , . I , H I tin- l.fo-
i'hmh tiiorouuhl v aud exhibits exception
al lasie in eeiechiug oiuum. i uc imgc
number of leather aud wood articles
placed on exniuiliuu were e-ageriy tak
en. Mo- bad also some exquisite pen
and iuk work ou leather.
M in Ulnruii,. WuliMr tMMjdiMr nl art
iu the Walla Walla public schools, had
a tine collection oi nauu paiuieu
French and Bel leek China, that at
tracted general atteutiou, and some
unique mugs prettily decorated.
From Miaa Waber'a department of
tbe public eonools a creditable collec
tion ol luo wora oi oe younger uuuu
reu was ou uiuuiuju.
Mrs. Al (loldmau allowed aome
band painted French Obina, smw own
handiwork, uoutuiy a nan eei, wmcn
was worthy a place among any col lec
tion. U mm 1.-..,.., Utimii li.. Ai.oiM rM i ilA r k -
ably flue burnt wood work, a pine
table in particular baiug exoeediuKlv
Mrs. Ben (ioldmau took tirst prise in
lacework. bavin made and plaoad uu
..h il.it bin a daintv and eauuiaite
handkerchiel that was qoicklv adjudg-
wortby tne nouors in n ciaae.
bunting and white china asters, mak
ing a predominance ol red and white,
the academy colore.
Mnsir was a part of the evening's
entertainment, a vocal solo by B. 8.
Pond and instrumental solos by Miss
l.uvena Hale and Mias Kthel Forties.
Those who received were: Misses
Delia Reagle, Orayea Crockette, Mabel
McDill, Rthel Parsons and Orace Oli
ver. Ices were served throughout the
CZ0LG0SZ' FATHER LYNCHER
He Was Part or a Lyncher's JurriTwenty
Plve Years Age.
Henrv rtolgosi. father of the assassin
of President McKtnley, had a part in
one of the most remarkable murder
cases in the history of Michigan.
Twenty-five years ago Henry Molitnr,
an illegitimate son of the crazy King
Louis of Wurtemburg, was at the head
of a lumber company at Robbers City,
on tbe Huron coast. Through his creat
ures, he bonded the county and town
ship for public improvements and used
the proceeds in his own business.
At last, 26 years ago, a jury, so call
ed, ol 12 farmers, of which the elder
Cxolgoss was one, met, decreet) his
death, and stealthily creeping up to
his store, riddled Molitor and I. in
clerk with a single volley. Nine years
ago five of the chief actors were sent
to Jackson prison for life. Those who
turned state's evidence, among them
Czolgosi were not indicted.
Turkey Pays Our Claim.
The Turkish government, on taping
warned that further delay in the pay
ment of our claim would prove disas
trous to them, has at last paid it in
full. This brings to mind the lart
that delays are dangerous, especially
in matters relating to tbe stomach,
liver and bowels. When your stomach
is weak, your bowels constipated and
liver inactive, yon should obtain a
bottle of Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters
ut once. It is a stomach strengthener
aud nivignrator, ami for sickly people
who need a tonic it is uneqnslled, as
the most delicate stomach can retain
it. It will cure indigestion, tysp.
sia, heartburn, flatulency, insomnia,
(ever and ague. The genuine must
have our private die stamp over the
neck of ttie Imttle.
Arrivals at Hotel Pendleton.
t4 Barnhard, Spokane.
W Sanford and wife.
William O'Neill, San Francisco.
.1 R Forrest, New York.
W W Kobinson, Portland.
W S Little, Denver.
A .1 Burrows.
Mrs K K Tromhurne, Heppner.
L N Bahu.
.1 A Cooke, San Krancico.
- S lull, Spokane.
K Braydon, Portland.
Mirge Mci ilvery, Spokane.
W H Williams, Portland,
(ieo Harria, Portland.
Andrew Nylander, Portland.
I K Harria, Bpoamna.
Koht Wall!. rum. Baker City.
Chas K Wheeler.
L II Frv. The Dalles.
(' F Siaderling, Baker.
I. Uriffey, Denver, Col.
Bd Blackburn, Omaha.
.1 P I louden, Portland.
Mrs llngden, Portland,
i, Youngman, Portland.
K B Coman, Portland
W B Oritfith, Lewiston, Ida.
Gambling In Switzerland.
A very lame amount of gambling
goes on in Sw itzerland, writes a (iene-
va correspondent. Al tieneva, lu-
, ,.n. Hum I liter liken and various
other places licensed gaming tables
r ... . . , i 1 1 1 . I
are eriiiiltetl, tne game oi nine
bores" tieiug in vogue. Nominally
the maximum stake is 5 Irenes, but a
higher stake is never reiuseu. At
(ienwva there is a licensed baccarat
club where very large turns are lost
each evening, huglish aud American
tourists forming the greater part of
tne losers. i.itusanna poeevseee a uaie
w bu ll has a room separately set apart
for poker, baccarat and other games
,.( .but,,... no,, althmiifh in the canton
of Vaud public gaming is agaiuai un
law the police take no nonce oi una
nightly auene of riot.
A Figure Pusxle.
The other day a travel intf man pro
vided a puxsle to a merenant. The
DUXlle IS as In! lows: lake the nuiuner
of vonr liviug brothers. Double this
amount. Add it to three. Multiply
tbe result by five. Add to it tbe num-
li.r nl livimr sinters. Multlulv the re
sult In ten. Add number of deaths
of brothers and sisters. Subtract 160
from the result. The right hand fig
ure will be tbe number of deaths; the
middle figure will be tbe number ol
liainu sisters and tbe left ball re Will
show the number of living brothers.
All persons kuowiug themselves in
debted to me will pleaae call aud set
tle. H. M. HLOA.V
BUII.DINC IN WALLA WALLA
100 Dwellings Will be the Rseord for ths
Tear I tot.
Walla Walla, Oct. 1. Special Cor
respondence. Persons living here who
are in touch with building matters
claim that during the season to end in
the early winter no less thsn NO dwel
ling hou.es will have been built in
Walla Walla. The demand lor lum
ber and other materials and for car
penters and joiners and other work
men needed has been very great during
the year, and the press has not abated
to any extent. Ruilding continues
and will not end until the storms of
winter con pel cessation.
"If anyone thinks the old town ol
Walla Walla is not growing," said a
man who represents a big wholesale
pslnt, oil and glass house, "let DIB
ask the commercial travelers who sell
things needed in the building trades.
Without any fuss or feather. Walla
Walla, long regarded as slow and con
servative, has been growing as, in
deed, lew towns on the north coast
have grown, excepting perhaps during
some unnatural boom."
The new houses are going up tin .th
in the upper town, from where the
drainage is downward and above whera
there are no iwople living, or not
many. Some of them are very pretty.
Heretofore, only few wealthy persons
have built any but cottages, nut the
style of architecture is improving, as
could Is- observed in Pendleton, where
people are building better bouses each
The spacious campus of Whitman
college forms an attractive centerpiece
around which are being constructed
many comfortable and finely appear
The total cost of the new houses is
estimated al f2V),000, a very creditable
record for one vear in a town no larg
er than Walla Walla, slightlv more
than 10,000 population.
Manv well informed eitixene fielieve
that t). R. Halloo and ft, S. Isaacs
will construct the street lines for
which thev have len granted fran
chises, in the event they do, they
will induce more building and the
growth of the town will be accellerat
ed. One finds here some couildetu e
that Walla Walla will within twenty
vears boast MO, 000 people. The rate of
growth attained during the past ten
years, if maintained during two de
cades to come, would give Walla
Walla more than ;t0,000 people in 1920.
Notise to Holders or Blsyels Llssnssi.
All licenses are due on October 1,
those wishing should get them at once
and save trouble.
TO CUII A COLD IN 0NB DAY
Take Laxative Rom, qutnlus Tablets. - I
'IniKCWt- rennet to. tnonry if H fall, to curs
K. w. tlrete'. algrialuri- i-on eaSI box
WK ara the people and the only people In the
Sjadillery liu.iuea. In I'endletuu thai em
ploys lull force of mechanics the year around,
ana make our own Saddles, llarnen, etc., and
In not all ip i hem from the fecloite. llkeaoms
of oui cotupct tor. aud, then tell you they are
as good as uome made; hut they are not.
Leading harneas and Aaddlery.
Worth of the best
Belch inir of Gases.
Pain in the Stomach,
Distress after bating, etc.
There arc many remedies for these
troubles, but few cure.
NAU'S DYSPEPSIA CURE
will cure the warst caaas.
i bill- M lummut k, with Florabelm
V :, liloutfo, 111., s4y: "I have beeu
MuRerer Troiu kIuiiumAi trouble fur l
iuttrx. li euluiltutleU In ulceration of
Uealoiiuw'b lual March. Took Nan's.
D -p..p-.l.i t tire aud am oitrval."
For sals by I all man ft Co., aud all
In . i claaa druggists, or sand to Frank
Nau, Port laud Hotel Fharmacy, Fort-
land (tr.run Price ll a bottle or O
bottles for $g, eapraaa prepaid.
of how to operate it
accounts lor our suc
cess in the laundry
Send ua your work
and you will ncvar
I 'all ami Btl
It pays to tratlo at thr I Vnplcs WttohottM
Mothers: M nu ,o he,P
you Special caro
mini ho takrn fl arlr-ctiriK hoy's
l rOthinfl in Oris , eombint ser
vice and style. )r elothi is the
host that ran he bought, No inlrr
tor make are told here and our
priCM an- not hiftNt than vou usual
iy pav for poorer qttmtitiM Kvery
thttiK in boy'g wear is htrt gnd priced
less than usually told for. We have:
Boy s I unt I rouser suits $4.oo to 15.00
Boy's Knee I rouser suits ,g to h.oo
Boy's Knee Trousrr. lih vest $5 to $to
Boy's Vestee suits from $ 50 to $7.30
Brini .uir boy i s ,,, vn win
ktfriyt M Ottl custom.-!
Pendleton s ( iriMtesI Store tt'loihert Furnishers and Matter,
km:. fc?.r KaWJiirama
hllltr, Hsadaohe.unlltness to ssarry, i,
or Oonstlpatlon, Stop. Quloknead o
.oue.Taritoriina or arenas.
rim. t,. .... i .r Kn .1 , ..- i ,1
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m mm$ luinitHa, tih isust., 6mm M Adtfrttt, Bishop rktmvdy Co., mn rrnnoiaoo, OmU
POU Hl.t IIV T M.I.M M I OH MHlliiiiHTl. PUN lH.lt .TON' . QHHfll.
Buy vour Groceries of F. S. Younger & Son
They plrasc the fastidious In-, ause tin s in- 1 lean.
They satisfy the careful ones lu i ause ol their purity.
They appeal to the economical her.iuse pun- , . .ilw.iy ; reasonahle
There are many, no douht, who sell groceries without thought o
purity or cost, simply heiause they hud .1 ood prolil lor themselves
Whatever your reasons may lie nive us .1 call and we will treat you
F. S. YOUNGER & SON.
B ' ww.
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Marbh'' Granite Works
We 4t MM own work and Kiiaran
iih tb" saiiio at luaosl price.
BjtllaiBttB givaa on all kinds of
cut BtOM Hull stia-k M hainl
II will pav you to our work
and Ket prices bafnrH placing
Main St.. MM 0. K. & N. .eM(. I'cinllrtmi
liefore pun Ii.isiiik come ami
look over our lare and com
plete line of heating stoves
whiih we are hi'IIhik at a ver
low 1 1 J.- 1 1 - -
HANSFORD A THOMPSON,
Thai Leading Hardware (Hen
A. C SHAW & CO.
For prices on all
Yard on Webb tffarssH
Opposite Hunt fr.iahi Usvpoi
KKCKPTIOM ai aastOlY MALL.
from 8 to
Asadsmy Uppsrelasssssa Batertein the
Fresbmen ou siouaay
Tin, uuuer clasaes of tb rudleuu
academy gave a reception
AL- . ... I .... . lllUlM
L1IC Hauwa; - ,
v.,rv Dretty with auium:.
last uight at Armory hall o houor
the freebiueu. Tbe ysM laOias of
academy made the old ball look
-mil autumn leaves, red
One ol lae utu.1 ti.lpful book, ou u.r.e
mm aver laaucl U lliat entitled "Nerve
.uu a Dr. Brnwar ul San PrauuUco. now
lu lu aim taouaaud. mis work of an ssaer
erleuced aud re uu tattle Ujrai.-iai. U lu ana
able uuuUaal Ul ttke fast iuui ut laiae . u.u
.1.1.-1. ..I.,. ii. 0.1 taia lulareaUua aub.eo II
asouuda iu uaxeiuUjf ooaaldarad au4 practleai
uIUli . aud uai tac lJ areei u.aiii m
....... ana auiiarltv
1, la .uduraJ bv bolb tbe lellaluus ilia I y. . BJ.I1
uir mo- rsOsasMAeessajrs J - HfS LllSIOfll Tllll
ii.nl am lU IMMI. mJAil IttD .Wl' """' ""
lartuulutes will salt Seal IS, awsw aud heal lulw
Lhuuaaud. at u vea uu are uw
Ibrutuja uerrou. Iwuaraiueul."
I ke two U Si su bjr m.ii aesiaia
11n.11 tba aauet lutereaUu. ebauun.
a. uai Marvlues ana nej-ve iubii
uriutod aaa. ratal as a sautple ebapter,
-ink.iiiiaaaiiiaw lot atauil. br
uubllaner.. TM FAOXFIC l l ULUSU1NU CO..
W ms. a.
In Selecting a Carpet
Vou Mill "' i'1" largest asai.rl
lUMll tu Btlaet from at l aillna's
1 rs Mav gi.als hare iu all tlie
latest patterns, the greatest vari
ety ami thri lis' value lor the
1 1 1 1 1 o v Vou 1 an hud just what
vou waul here and Just what vou
llfjM hl asl earal values
1 Id ,,t red , ObmJM Wb" '
p. 1 . i,. ar than ever. The won
darful Improvad rotary Whii
aewiug inaibiiiB, buy M BtJBtM
until patj try it.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make g.sal hraad uae Hyers' H'st Hour It took Oral
preiuiuiu at the Uhlcagu World's r air over all com pet J
lion, ami gives eiuelleiit satlsfaellon wherever used.
Kvery saek is guaranteed. We have the heat HUaaiu
KolleU Hailey, Haajd Kye aud Beardless Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER aWILLS
IV. 8. I VI.K.S, Proprietor.
f rasl W
umaauilir. 1SS Savrsls a day
ruiai .a.S.itaed tor waast
uur sun fesw. o
:awstaad Seed im., aiwars
( . F. Cuok's fjuploiiieiK Ajpiny
Ooruer Mam ami alia Mtraet.
r-fc.NUl.Ki t S OatJUsOM
Mtn a la Hiatal.
Ua. Ul. S lu, uuaalMlal
o- t..,t.- laii .Ilea..
u. eh 1 flseJ
1 at save .ssawSraaM.
, aaved lei
" -- im seaaaase
,m -jt uoua. c.e awv
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.