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iLY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
WARK i mis fact
roatthi ihowets, eotr i Hsinrtiiiy
I ret ,1. , . .
PENDLETON, UMATILLA CXUNTY, OKEUON, FBI DAT, NOVKMBEK i . 1901.
he Place j
0 DUV ui uci
where you can have a U
select from. Call
and W m,;
,oth in hncy and staple
The Alexander Department Store.
Fine Dress Goods.
We have just received a full
imported dress goods 'ever
direct from the manufacturer.
W 1 have a full
ors resada. new
blue and black.
line of the new weave
roM, old rose, granat.
of the choicest
light gray, navy
Prunella, whip eord, gtflMt cloths, whale cords,
finish and mixed wool Venetians in all the
shades, colors which yon cannot find in any
store you CM procure from us as our stock of
and colored dltM goodl is as complete as any
Our stock of rainy day skirtings including
waterproofs, meltons, plain and pehhled cheviot
plain hack worsteds cannot he surpassed.
Your inspection is solicited.
The Boston Store.
FIFTY CENTS on the DOLLAR.
A Bayers Festival will close Thursday, Oct. .ilst
100 Pieces of Fancy
All careful purchasers must attend this Sensational Sale.
Every piece marked with a RED TICKET. Prices in plain
figures. During this sale purchasers of Dress Goods may re
ceive our exceptional values of Dress Linings at discount of
10 ner cent.
The biq busy Store
All AVRilabli' Kugltah Iniai. trynit n
will be sent to the mutt In South
Antcn between now and Chdstmas
Hilly Madden In CNMHI that his
prom., Hnhlln. will win from .It ,t
Jeffries, in their inn I battle In San
V'ranrlHco on Nov 16.
Th. RaSBMS steauishlp ItM, oi
Hamburg, has contracted with 'he
Mcxb an irovernmont to establish wk
ular tnnnoctlnn between it PBctfli
r(Ut service ami that co-rlnn Midi
tfii IMM porta.
I'lans h i ' BOH i mi ;l t ! u UM M
tabllahflMBf of a larijc plant by the
Standard Oil company at Point Hich
numd 0.1 . In the Immediate future
Thf plant will consist if a icflncry. t.i
whirl) oil will he piped from 'hi' Kern
diplomatic 'elation i between Hoi
land and the Vatican. whPh were m
Icrruptcd by tln exclusion oi the rep
. rcsentativc of the pope from Tin
' Hague peace COtlfl fence, arc about to
he u s med It) the Appointment of a
new nupal nuncio at The Mamie.
Tin Medical Press and irrtil.r
print, some alarming details on the
subject or the king' health. It la sti
cil Mi. ii papillomatous m ow I lis have
1 on three occasions been removed lro..
the king's left vocal i hord and thn'
i uu Immediate nperatlon oi another
nature has situ c been rendered neees
sb rj .
French railways are altoin to nsi.
I the state to provide rather nine than
is 0 franc, the union rt by whicti
; the tHilways net pro iu tall short ot
tht fixed charge. 'I he amount N
the railway deficit will probably e
d 80.000,000 francs by the end el
the year. The general budget dcfli II
is llktth to be 100,000.000 frnca
ONLY ONE MORE
WITNESS TO BE
Schley Court Adjourned
"ta Claus headquarters
iniT c i- i
v. ..U.IIC ,ll,ai I 1 It,- (,l".
asfht -1 i i - j
n . iim Ulieail VMUIU
lAth.nk . I 1 : mi
"i a i ns. 1 n, -ir me
K'ow wih brightM the hume
HUBBrayaa We buy lamps
' 'liiantities ami pay spot
lamp, worth $3
li' ic on sale at
6 dozen beau
in fancy decora
nons, choice at
uet lamps, cen
tral draught, 10
inch Globe to
M.V, tO 1.1 i 0
Inunense line of
new styles to
As l:eryone Knows
freshness in groceries is just as
essential as it is in egus for the
makinu tf puddings, pastrv, etc,
Kvcrvonc ought to know that 1
take a special pride in selling only
grcu eries that are fresh No stale
sto.k in this store. The mackeral
we sell at 12 jit a piece is fresh.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEW8
The Taeoma Ledge:- has dltoi lall..
1 Indorsed the projected bawl, at, I
I lark Kxposlt loll to be held in Port
! laud In 1. j.
BMWM his coinrades Jeered his in
lability to ride a baektei bronco, Ivan
I Klotsky. a rookh of the tcith field
butter) stationed :it Foil Walui
VVallU. has deserted He we., a clt--no)
from 1 hk"
Downhearted and llBgiihted wl.'i
I haviiiK marrieil a tua.i adieted to tin
driukitiK habit. Mrs. John A KinmlM.
ne, Maiie (iray a bride of two duys.
tiM.lv her own life by Hwall.iwiuic cui
bolie acid in Portland on Weunesda ".
at th' St Ckartai HolL
To Itcpresentatlve .littles in Wasll
liiKton who culled 1 Htn President
KnoHcxelt lo pay his resMts. the
piesulellt expressed Ills (Stt'l't lllteles,
In the 'north west und 3.1(1 hn .SjMOtMf
to make a tu'.r of hat part ol the
I lilted States next suilllller
The new Portlaud eltartet will pro
vide thut coltnellmen shall receive k'
lor eah IlieetlllK of the co.tncll ft
which the) attend also eie li eomini1
lm luectiiiK Hut no couiii iinan 1.
eelve lo exceed t'" pel IU"llth tor
WMtlHll he intends III I1 1 latWMNta
of the city.
The i", in. of ISiiu.i for tit Wan
no witolen mills has been raise 1
iimiiliti cltl.ens ol KtiKcfic and tin
liuojeit will now ki ahead Wa.'
lion will ko to KiiKeue at MM t aim
make arrangements in: 1 in 1 1011 ot tin
mill It Will Kite elllplll) illellt to II
latKc number of persons.
Tin (ireatei Salem Commercial elult
1 Mas ntWll.Nl at Salon with over 101
ot the h-adiiiK profeshlonal and busi
ness men as its members. Henry 'v
Tlllelsen was elected pleslilenl of ill"
club. Dr K A Pierce vice president
Clt)' Keeoldel N J. Jlldall. keel el 11 1
ami John H. Albert ti'aurei.
The recoi'd of fruit shipments bt
express from Ashland for t'.e season
Just clirned. kept by Wells harao at
Co.. shows that the business has sin
passed all otln i seasons sate that i
Un tears sk A total of M mo Imjxi .
ol fruit Vteie shipped b) cxaau. Ill
K!!i the record was a? MM boxe.
Hecaiise tile) refuseii to Mt . rent tii
the (piaiteis they Decupled ill the o
rice 01 tin ooVBtl leiurder in P011
land tin liib (iuaidiitte Trust
company and 0 M Smith, who alst
does uu abstract business, will reinoV'
lin n prhate desks. el, trie lights, tel
apbOM eli . from (lie con,' house
and do as bent they can
WEEK CLOSED WITH UNIMPORTANT
Dsclosuw ArriDftemeDls Perlfcted lor ihc
Closing Arguments Before
WashiiiKton Nov I In tin IchlVj
1 unit of imiuiry this mornl'iK JMtyNJ
1 1 i ,1 1 Uwl. stated thn, he had
recelted 11 letter 1'iotn LiMHHM.Nl Hut
km In which he said he OTtlM II ti-1
uothinK In his private diary rivaidlni;
the messiiKc Schley .ays he sent to
B. npson on July 'J. w irnlnu the lattei
that the Spaniards were exhlbltltv:
sIkus 01 unusual activity In the Inn
bor l.einlr) also Hald anotuer rteaica
hud been made nt the navy .lepart
unlit for I'll slKU.il iceont book ol
lie- Massachusetts, bit had ..milieu
unsiiciK'ssfull) This la of .tnpori
Uliee. Ill that It Will show the sIKIinls
mart, b) Schb'y on May :il
With . eK.llll to RfgSMI Ut.l. I.ellile,
said he had atraiiKcd with ll.iyn.ii
Sllbjett In the ;l iovlll of the eoll'i
that the order of present I en ai'KU
nieiiis IBOttM be 'Iniina I'iiiK."
Idtyiior l.emle) Admiral l'ctf sail
it would be satisfactory.
Sylvester Seovel i orrcspon but 011
the press boat Soniei ssmltli dntliu
the war. was cinled 111 reluiilal II 1
testified that SlKsbee did not tell those
011 the boat on May J that I ! Span
iinds were not III SantiaKo
Captain Hunbn. I.leiitenaiit Ho)s
and t'aiitaln Chadwlck theu corncted
their teNtlinoli) In mill u details Chad
wick said he was In error ye
uheii he Haiti
d' pill t Illellt s
U .1 IIUII He
violuo d tile
oriler III boiubardiiifi
knows 1, ova that Samp
son ret ! Veil sieelal pel'IIIISf.iuU lo
bombard the fortltl atloim a' that
Lieutenant miniiimer I loo. I list
lied le had made a 1 , ml to the t 01 .
HULWMM Of Ik. Dolph'l which would
have warrauleil that ottlo r I'. .-uyln.
Ueh num. 1 ban that Schley had sat
isfieil hlmseli on very sleuilei '.lOUttd
(hat Hie Spiiiiianls were at UMWfM
Kos LMlb'y had no more vt"..csse.
present and the court adjoin le il mill
Momluy. when one more wltm vs in rc
Initial Is to be heard Sclu. then
1 01 leeted his lestlmoi t
Monarch Greeted the Voiks.
I'ortamouth, Nov. I. Tim ..In. ami
ipieen went Out 011 the royal yaeln
Ibis moriiiiiK to unci the Hull .11. I
I .IK hiss of York. The harbor .resent
ed a Kalu appearance, all lie ships
belli. KHll.t dreased
Does Oom Paul Seek Wedlock I
Amsterdam. Nov I A pit posicioiis
tOO ' ireiilatliiK that ex I'resideul
KiuKfi eouiemplaten 'ualrlii'onv ami
has actually sel his cap for Hie Do.
ukci Qimm I. Him. 1
A Glass Admiral.
WaMhiliKU.il. Nov I The piesldem
oslay apiiointeii u.iain Henrv Hlasi
lo l.t- a rear admiral Glass is sir
tioii.-d 111 San Kranelaco
Fire in Uniontown.
I'lllontowu, I'a.. Nov. 1 Hill... 1
billltlllian were destroyed by the Hit-,
morula.. The loss I. a ipiaitei 01
our hi,,; so complete.
UU tint. ... 1.
M - " w " " -"
or in 1,. .11.
wts. Pencilc nK.. i;Uc
"ntner't; u 1- i:-
" mill Jin 1 1 1 1 , t .1
H wdof,h ,35' iUld 45 tents;
W,"le thee U. a.. .
J . H . V- . 1. , .1
tu- 1 b ; ,i, rtv If vou want a caroet call and sec
I lie laicsi aiucn i"
line. We will give you estimates sewed and laid
A Mammoth stock of Furniture.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Next door to Postoffice.
lady's U il p
Russian Battleship Ashen
oiienliaacn Nov 1 The RlUMiM
battleship I'eumvlet Is aslun oil Hit
Island ol I .aiiK' l.iml In the lis'tu sea
WALLA WALLA PRODUCE
FIRM 18 IN TI.OUBLF.
THE NEW YORK MARKBT
Reported b I. L. R.y Co.. P.ndle
ton, Chlcaoo Board of Trad, and
New York Stock Exchang. Brok.ra
Tin- w bent market was lUllM! to
day and the fluctuations all day w,r '
nnlv 't.c .lvetMM.I was up T. K'i
New York opened at 7V and 0iUB.l1
Jt, Chlcaao cloned !0ttfc The,
trade Is awaltlna further reports from
die AiKcndnc BtpOfU out tn .10 tt:.
.ml Stot kit stendv
OlOMd vesterday. 7tl.
iipeneii todav. Trt,'V
ItatiKe today TttSWTti
t'loscil today. 7N.
si Paul. Mill.
I iilon Pacific. 101.
San Francisco. Nov. I A'heat
Whent in San Francisco.
San KrniielHco. Nov. I. Client
MILES MOORE NO CANDIDATE.
WfllU Walla Banker Says He is Hap
py Out of Politics.
Walla WallB Nov I Tin t'nlon
Knrnici llovernor Miles C Mar 1
h.pp) In the POBtflUoi In "hlcli he
now exists, removed trout Hie strli'
of political mi moll ami with onl) do
dtltlet oi his ImslnesH affairs ..ml Utt
niaiuteiiaiicc ot his aiadal pOaltlOB )'
ieiielll upon llllll. lie is 1101 seent 'H
nottora at the 1 1,. oi the paoal. '1
he were II It'll he would not besltlll.
to throw himself Into the battle be n
political or of nation UKalti-ti nation
but lie Is happv as he la ''hat Is
the statement be aav out ceslerdit)
when Interviewed rcKardltiK die re
portad Mtraao. into the MM m a aaa
Mr Mis. re has never alven bis con
sen! to the use ol his name 111 tin I
limns of aay paper in tin- acinic thn;
he was a 1 amlblate for unv ottb 1
it bnb lint v be III the flltnre He Is
not III poUUOB. he says, uu 1 he ha -ft
It no bad effects since lie left t, I
political an 11a In short, he ta aapTl
us he la.
1 have a lull line ui' ttie celebrated
Wood aud coal stoves guaranteed to
be absolutely air tigbt. None of the
b.t. la wasted and the stoves will
save ONE HALF of your fuel bill.
I aiSo have a full line of cast cook stoves and steel ranges.
Prices are the lowest, cpiality considered.
T C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
741 Mam street, Pendleton, Oregon.
II. kweu rudely daflnad ': nwh cyvil
as "slotis alld SSMelt " l'' allt I all
.lici - nioie truth Itiatl Jottiy 111 the
cWfilliUua. Uv CfMBI and cake .may
satisfy the palate, but tin y are far from
iutibfyiug lo die stoieucii, vvi::ab itquiies
ibai nxxt r nutrition, fin. ami aica
afterward, My aajwlaw Mitiaji women
pave die way for slouiat ti " trouble, "
and its aiadrad hum ri- 1 ,
III. I'ierct (.olden M iltcail IJiafOV
rry is conlnleutly C4MUU Blad as a
ure toi diataaM of tin smaiaiHIi au,i
uthei orgaaa ol digr.linn ami nutrition.
Bv turin thaesses which Ufavunt the
assimilation of food il .uuhlca the tasty
lo l- built up aud slrt-nul' c-..ed 111 the
only way known to ualuie - by foo.1
1ik Mad and ussi.llllttid
Pal twelve SMI uiiuti- 1 uaera. uatnld
iiiia.it " wiii" Mr. Mulltc c ' oi k.m
lulplt' Ii. ol'-:. t Co.. Va "Ne conk
yrca Hit iiiii iltat l eudarn bi'uai i ems
MCUCrd laLlii l.i Pin.. i ' I a I w..
nut ubS I" do iiuytiiius n" 1 IU1 ""' .ti
aaytiiins fuM brvsd tt'"l leu -" u I ttld the
top .a my html hurl so it art tut 1 1 n woule kill
mH .its all thai l uuald do it would bum liki
Arc Uut uow Miis. aslitg yotn iuUtcu Mia
Wat Diitoveiv ' ial l ril I'n tptiuu I
cuii rut a liltti- ot sinioM .iiivtbnia I wan! mid
cttu do ft iioud dsv'it work as w -
cau Am bttlrr tli.iu I Itave tkrru I... yrau "
Ur. Hare's Pleasaul I'd. eta cure
KrVck and Villa, of Washington Pro
duce Company, Embarrassed by
Walla Walla. Nov I The Wast
iiiKtou Fruit t PradlMM company, was
f.poftad yostertlay to be in aaabai
rassliiK circumstances owlua to the
tallltiK tine td t ertaiu at eouuts aud tin
iinisMislbility of inaktua close colli c
Hons on several large bills ouls.uiiiUiis
in the firm's favor Herman Krai V
a BMMBbaf ot the firm, is abso.it from
do- city ami has uol coiuinuulcaieal
with his associate Frank Villa, for
some time, his present win in aboiils
boms u nk uow ii Au expert Is at work
on the books of Hie Arm.
Yesterday the Walla Walla, . lodiit -i
oinpuii) it licit d (be rival concern of
100 sacks of onions which ha 1 been
contracted for aud Immediate pay
m. ui for wLn Ii could not bt made
Vaatbaf this win tMa do- WashiuK
ion 1'iodiiee compauy over Its rtipoil
ed difficulties n mains to bv seen Tin
only uirimber of the tlrin who OOUld
M Ml D last ulgbt reported that there
was uo likelihood of failure
TB. WasliiiiKton Fruit et FmtflMM
ompany was organized in this city
last sprlug, the partin is of ihe aBt.l
uria. beiiiK Frank Villa and '.ierman
Krank The orlKfnal capital of (ho
imnara was 93000, of. which it 1.
' reported Joseph Tachi, a wealthy ltal
ian aud fruit itardeucr of this seettou
1 mulshed a portion To the (act lha
1 here was 110 reserve fund and the
entire capitalization waa iovesleu.
while iu eagerness tor busiuess, credit
waa diatributed injudiciously, aud sup
1 posed straitened conditions o( the ririn
! is attributed. Mr. Villa admit, a tern
porary embarrassment but aays
1 does not doubt his ability to pass th 1
' shoals if too mauy demands urv uot
uiade upou Uitu suddenly.
TROUBLE IN TOWN LOCKUP
HOME LIVELY TIMES
AT THE CITV JAIL.
Art Hicks and Others Attempt lo Dig
Out From the Bastile Nova in the
County Jail on a State Charge.
Tin ie wan a lively time at the city
tail laal cvctilna PoMaOWM Slieer ai
raatnd Ait links at i.a Dob hail tot
1 i 1 11 14 di uiik und illsoi ilerly and lockt
him up I Btar. u man l the name af
I'eteiK aaki d Polio. aaaa CuttBUtB to
lock I1I111 up us an in coiiitiioil.it Ion to
kit p llllll out of possible trouble, and.
when be arrived at die door with his
1111111 and unlocked it Hit l.s made a
rnak al Mi Oofhnaa, avBBBad him bj
do nhlskers and coniuieneed 10 laiuitd
llllll About the sit II. e tlo.e. laslel
links 11 biolhei ol Art. Ul.lteil 0,1
die ;i 1 iii iiiiiI sti nek I't 'lb t in 111
Robaai ho was alia t'offuiHu on tin
hand with a slum PollcOBtBB Fee
was on die si em und the line up
iiohb is ol law and order had to use
Mu ll billies 011 Hie would be bud men
and the) were soon siibdueii and land
d behind Ho bars
Aiier iiciiik left. 11 ev urmtondad It
tear down Hie stove In the main cm
ridor and wreck the lull in (.ener.ti
Till y were lin n lockt . I In a ell Sollie
DM 1 1 0111 Ihc oiiIhIiP iiandet! them a
piece of lion pipe abo it I- It t I loliK
aIiuIi they used to ini a iaiard IfOBJ
lln lop ol Hie cell uud then it I bail.
Into lln .in 1 Idol This done, they
wiiii 10 work dlllaeuHy t,, tear a
hole out ol one corner to lice Ihelii
selves, and at f o'clock this .iiorulni.
the) nH almost realty to niukc IBOtl
sialic SO thai probably tlu.uaht Hut
tin three pollcaBtaa vim looiuul them
up bail stood auaid. Wllhoiil then
knowledge, and made escape imposst
tin two HliHa l.otheis are
loi i.ed up 111 the county Jail with tin
more sei ioiis ciiaige 1.1 destroying
pip. Iii proparty aaaiust them and as
Ihc tupi oslt loll la that I'trtels who Is
Still 111 Hie clt) jail, asked I 1 be lock
ii up in 01 del 10 aid die Hi- u broth
era ill cscapllia ami i In- n. Ipcd Ui
destro) the piot.erly. be will have lo
(BOI tin- same t barge This is u pgBi
I II.- ofttc.is have 11 1 b w lo lln one
Mho provided lln- pi limn m ','lh tl.t
piece ol pipe Willi 11 was used III Hit
work of demolishing the lull Tie
last- is a stale cane .tie, will BOBJM "I'
al die next li nn of the ulreull noun
Franco-Turkish Trouble Causes
PIUID RUSSIA IS RACKING PRARCE
The Children's Fnend.
Fm coughs BfOBBi broil' hltls, grip,
On. Mluule Cough Cure .icver lati..
c It I .corgi Winchester. Ky Our
little girl was attacked with croup
ami so hoarse ahc could h irdly ical.
We aave hei a dose ol tine Minute
fouith Cure II relieved bur lini 11 di ' M
Hlelv i .1 llio. lliliu slie I .ol III! aiuilM I HllllSllt IlleS
of croup" Talliuan 4k Co and I truck
Si Mi Comas
And That Thin Dm) Alllmf Will Bring
linn lolo Connirt Wltb thf
Barlla, Mot 1 Whila tka K.is. r
has refused the SUltan'l idea lU opelllv
BBpporl Turk.) In lh Franco Turl Is.i
iiiHpute. hirthar ftevalopaaaata .rc
liable to involve liellnilllV In Hie I t
flinltv The tear Is expressed In dip
loanatlr 1 in h m aar. thai I '.la h)
aopportlM Frame and Inlenus "o
profit lolntlv in ibe cent of war with
Tniiov laklni .dTaalaaa of Dm fBOl
that F.tinlunil Is tlctl up with IB. South
Miii an tun ami 1 annul Intervene. Th'
kalsci however, has taken KuKlantl's
plm a as Hie sultau't pint ccti. 1. and
should tin' dual allium e move aflBtBBl
Tnrk.y UM triple alliance. 11 Is in -
iicved is praparod 10 lusist i;aiB Ibb
statu qtta In the interest of 0 baliin-
of povvi 1 1 Th. Turkish aaibrotlBMBt
tin lelole is likely In Invol.t ml I '.II I
ope This possibility la causing keen
FRENCH ADMIHAL HAS
NOT BEEN RECALLED.
Sultan Has Ordered That Defenses be
I'lrp.iifd ami Will Defy r ranee
Navy He Moblllies His A my for
Pnril Nov. I The foreign i 'lice lie
nies tin raport that vdmirai OailhsfBi
who wa- saal yesterday with a d
lilt him III ol the Med 1 1 el Milieu li sipilltl
ion to make a del i .trillion ugall'.at
Turkey, has leliuiieil lo Timlin t)l
fit-in In say thai Calllnril still Is pre
aaadini aaalward ami bbbbbI ha emu
iniinnateil with before Siiiulu. The
IWBOH itiat lie sultan baa yie 'ed also
Is denied V Constantinople t. Icaia"!
asst lis thBl the sultan has lesol.ed t
biv I'lain. ami has mdeied 'in- d
fenac oi SalotiP a laty ma ami Myly
u lie Miims BBV. I ii plat eil In tin
I la i ih nelb - and pTaBBIBtOT) m uei .
havi In i n issued lor the liiob llalli n
oi i o ,ntiii corn. Tha latearaai fo
thci states that and foreign IBBBll
etsm pievalls throiiahoilt Ti rke)
PENDLETON ACADEMY VS.
ACADEMY OF WHITMAN
Second Football Game of the Season
Ih. Whitman Academy loothall
team arrived list evening fr in Wulhi
Walla ami nut up al the Ci.hlcu Hub
Holt I They are a huaky lot of frol
I claims routha ami their auaBraM
welabi ami aalllty w is the aOBfaa
m.ii iiHl'Iciatlon in the minds of
tin local acadamte. Thai alalBwd
however d.at their praciico has bt-i
-hurl and ihev wen i, oi at all any In
then Blinds iti io Hi - outrome of thn
Al I o'clock shall OBBiBlna Morrlr.
uud Lewis met at th" eclllel of the
lb lil I'cndteton won the tin..' and
rhftar th.- weaM goal. Whltii in kick
d oft ami then the mime wa t on
Tin in ore al i O'clock sliael o to II
I'eiidh Ion had Ihe ball oil Hie twelve
mill line lot lb- third down Vllt'U
ii'ii H I- lli vson, umpire Hoi it r ami
i Moll lira muii viieiuiauce IBB,
Profaaaur c vv Alien, coach of tn
team, in couipaiiii s the tttam He is
an alUBUlUa Ol Chicago I'ulveislty Hi
la nig one ol III.- malrlcuiat.' of the
Inst year of Hie lust It Ut loll Hia team
wi igbeil riot had IB ordinary aBBBI'
llll til llll ol I ' eat a I In' I. II. -II
U ti . .
Krooms . . . .
1.1 A IS
man id' ii
v Pan ton
Whitman Fix l.y
Our Car Load of
fo oloit "dl loon u i hi -.ilile in tdildf to make itioiii
for another car in trannit.
Pianos arc being sold al surprisingly low prices
to IMM of the leading citi.ens of this section
Do not delay getting a piano at once as you will
get the bargain of your life it you buy this month
Sold on I .As ) Tim. I'a vinculo
Almost Every High tirade Ptano Udc to Chooae From.
Wakefield & Falling
Court Bti-oot, La Dow ttlk PBtsdlatton, Oroaon.