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jm I, leached LittWl to close.. jc.
ti Bleached Linen to close i,c
qoc Bleached Linen to close 64c
51.00 Hleaelied Linen to close fijC-
$1.25 Bleached Linen to close ,s'-.c.
$1.30 lileached Linen to close $,
S 4 Table spread 2.50 to close t.Ng.
104 TibUl spread 3. 00 to close 2 f.
, 2-4 Table spread 3.50 to close 3.38
24 inch Napkins tl.Jg to close. 1,15,
27 inch Napkins 1.75 to close. 1.23.
27 inch Napkins 3. 00 to close i. It.
above prices arc lens than wholesale priot.
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North Yakima's society yiiimi:
Hi wnn Hirni'M iv oven in i minimi
anil Mrs Knli'ht arrived In .Pen
tnn on ycsteninv ufternooo'i' trnin
they will DMkc their lump at
rlii ItrWl where they will lie nt
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Modern Surgery Surpassed.
nillM null' l Ills 1 1 mi' ill.-, o.itd
V. Carter Atlanta. Oa., "I pot Dc-
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Tallrn.it: a. Co utnl llrock m
A Wise Woman.
anSafi-r VVt'lfh mhvk In- hnu Hnnirei
DUtl' Hutu (lit Mljin.lK,tIl"llt 1)1
Witt. W'nnmti ' Tin- ilul1 will l
tin nt n il 1 i .v ii i i ii.-i 't
tlii kinit. It pursued, will bring
nr uiwii it iiignci siuiiuuri! i'i coin
lr Reliable and Gentle.
u want a nlll which Im certain.
Risers till tin' hill I in nut force
iHlith tin bowels. Tallnian Co.
Hrui a M. i iiniah
r hint- Silver Plate
d Flat Ware
We ar h atl(urtrr t.
Halt MKtrtaMnl (Ml rfceivwl
OOail, Hi tM MMi il.--ll.Mir-
palteru- at prirM lnritu(uri un-
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"action hi IUmh ko.hIj will eon-
y that they are what wo
w Kind that Wears
Jeweler and Untiian
a A. - .
I have just received a carload of the latest and most
up lo date styles in furniture ever shown in Pendle
ton If you Want something uew in the furniture
''Qe call in and inspect my new goods and the prices
fe always right.
W. J. CLARKE A CO.
Opera House Block.
pollar'i worth of Table Linen and Napkins to I
closed nt lees than cost.
William G, Hurt. OklMfO
Mat! LlttlC Mnlliey.
iv Patera, Portland.
.1 V. BttHtjr, Ih'tiver.
(i. S. i')iiiim ttiaii I'ni'tlniiil
k 11 Oonuin, PortltuMli
( (!. HyerF. Myles.
ti 11 ntttjarald. Portland
Mra T. c. Hailey nnti daiurhter
Okarlta ' Krotan, aim rrutolaeo.
.1 .1 Oltvar. PorUaatl
A I.. KnlKht mill wli'i' cltv.
K II Bfcton, Port land
1. firimn. portltad,
W. i) Ohainbortata. Dtty.
N' I! MaofcllB, Portland
A. ihonipMiiti WiistiiiKMiin
i Bhatti ipoktUM.
" S. Until. 'Id Spidiane.
.1 v Proaard, hi. Paal
Mi a Bon field, Portland,
I H, Mlalr. F'ortlnnd
C. V Smith
.1. w Dormnn, Onahn,
laBMt iieii Portland
A Ami'iimaii. Pittll t'reck
Qaortm Waittaknr, La OnanAt
1 H Ptneknar, st Paul,
1. llratiKon Salmon
The Golden Rule.
v MoOtnre. Atbana
f n uiir
n Rlnlwr, inoaaM,
Arthur ('ratt Walla Wn'ln.
m a Rtnikit, Portland.
A ('. Bhlek. Portland
R A Watson Mi-a 'hum
John Botkroeli Mnacluun.
otis Lornrldn, eity
h Coaaoll rmatllla
P, Omnt Orande.
D I. Johnson, Pilot Hnek.
('tis Btntpnoo. Bit.
.IniiH's Kid'. 1 San hranelHCO
1 f MoQuadn, Walta WfiL
S H. Howard ManeliPHti'i S R
V Ih-rnard. MHtu hiTt.-r S. M.
W II Mnnniore. 8nn Fr'nels-..
L K PHekaor st Paul.
Victor ItnadMlcar s- Paul,
The Children' Friend.
For OOMkaV eroup. bro!i''hltla. Krip.
One Minute t'oilKll Cure iievei tallB.
( It Qnoroa Wlneheeter. Kjr.: "Our
little Kirl was attaeked with eroup
and ho hoarae ahe could hardly eal;
We Rave her a done of One M'uute
CmiKh Cure. It relieved hr lineiedi
atuly. Next morning ahe had no siirns
of eroup." Tallnian aY Co. and HrocU
HUGHES GOES FREF
Explained Satiaf actonly How He
Got the Mule.
Hughes, the man held awuititiK d
velounients in the 'as. nt Kaulkii'M
1 vk. Cooley lot the reeovery of a 11111I1
win. h hluKlies had Hold to Cooley ami
arhloh was olnltttd b) Kaulkuer. wa
let ko hih way yesterday There was
im charge hroiiKht uKainat him an it
mmm that a HatiHtai toi explanation
was made as to how he became 111 pos
session of the mule.
A Phyaiclan Teettflee.
"I have taken Kodol liyapepaia Cine
and never need anything that dl ne
the good that did." aaya ( ounty Phy
aielau Geo W.ScroKKB. Hall County.
On. "Aa a physic ian I have, preserlbed
jt with the beat reaulta " Kodo! Dya
pepala Cure digeata what you eat
Tallmaa Oo and brock ft MeComas
Mam Street, Pendleton
" Line of Cooking and Heating Stoves
THE POOTBALL PROSPFXTS
THE CONDITION 01-
THE SCHOOL MEN
Who Go Against the Reaervation Men
I niiitllla Indians vs IVnillcton Hlph
School. Saturday. Nov. J3.
Haker City Hi(th School vs. Pendlc
t"ii llixb School. Tliursdav. Nov. 28.
Union Httn School va Pendleton
hijrii School. Saturday. Nov N
The above are the schedtiled foot
hall Karnes which Manager Kov Conk
iin has nrraufed to be ptajred during
tllla month between his team, the Pen
dleton blub school, nnd outside teams
The cBnie antnrday with the Indians
ll 'he first nttempl nrndc by tin pre
cut orannlttd team to pki this s.-a
son The Indians will outweigh the
IHkIi school boys by several pounds
but their lack of training on which
point the school team Is efficient, win
V' the latter ,.m. , aii
Players are In good trim, except
some slight bruises which have
en received In iMlnlna
The Peraonnel of the Team.
Ainsingci. at (enter in good In
handling the hall lie s ,,i mcdlirtn
weight ami handles his man well
while Martman at left guard, is on
of the strongest men in the line and
his offensive play Ik paitlcfitarl) no
ticeahb linker and Taylor, oaadl
dates loi right guard are hoth heavv
ami strong in the guanN bad torma
tion The arc good players. At the
tin kles. Wells nnd Williams are nqnal
Iv BMtehed. nnd while Wells is slnv.
at starting be -- R ROod ground gain
et. Williams Is a student of the gam
and can lie depended upon to be in
the right plan at the right time. The
two bantam ends Malarkey and W
rick are the lightest men In tin tOMB.
but have no trouble in holdlii" th(
noMition against all comers Captain
Will Wvrli k w ho plays quartet bad
Is always where he belongs In the In
terferenet ami is 1 rnrortte among the
nlayers McCanv and (Jan! the halt
baeki are heavv weights which tells
In gunrds and tackles back formation
but Omnln, the full bank, is the penvl
Ml man in the tenm He punts and
Plan kicks above the nvirnire nml
uses good judgment 111 giving signals
IWWneV siihstltute end nnd riuiirtir
hack is always to lie found on the
tinll when fumbled He Is on. ol the
most useful men In the eleven Sam
Neil! nlavs II Strom.' Hit'enuit .. Mm.,
ind has identv of nliick and a good
'" while Castle Is a new man who
Is trvin- at tackle and neater Ills
w ight (iiialllies him foi line
Altogether the high school this vcar
sn boast of the strong'" t football
team it has ever tur " dutina
Its existence nt"' 'He Mors nre run
Rdenl or beini rtotorloni hi nil the
iMinies now Mhednled
M'ter the games now on for next
week are over It Is more than llkelv
thai games mnv be arranged with tin
academy and scouring mill
FIFTY FROM WESTON.
L.irgr Delegation Will Be Here to At
tend the Teachera' Association.
Tin Leader hb Weston is ex
I looted t" send a delegation ot ttfly
teachers and students irom the nor
mul and public schools
la s Troliuugli who lived at Wtt
ton sonic twenty-eight years ago. and
alteivMinl engaged in miming north
ll I'eudleton. Is here trolll the Wlllne
1 tic valley when he has resided for
several ream Mr Trobiiugh is seek
Ittl nnothoi home in rmatilla counts
iini nun locate at or nciii Weston
Did friend nle glad In welcome his
Mr. Henry I. York ami Miss Marie
I. ilurk were united iii marriage Tues
day, November I:', at the Palaaa
Hot"! Walla Walla The lemony
was perioriued by Hev . I.ee Johnson
of the M. K ( lunch .
Tin- bridegroom resided iieai Wes
ton or several years and friends here
Mend congratulations i,.t well
wishes to the happy pair Miss Ilurk
rerentl) arrived troui Oklahoma
Mr and Mrs York left for Li i.
Wash shortly after the ceremony
Ml Noil 1 1 preparing to engige in
tin gincerv liiislncHs and will probf
bl) lOOate there
Sca'let tevei has made its appear
unci- in the family of Moses Taylm
two miles east of town a I L'-vear old
boy being .itflicted with tin dlsi'U.-
re porta tin- Athena Preni iist week
(In ban a little one oi perhaps two
vents was taken -Biek with what ap
pcared to be in the nature of tonsllltiH
and died within tour or the days. It
is nov. thought to have been scarlet
Allien ProeliMtel has returned liiinu
from southern Oregon near the Ni
valin state line, where he was em
ployed with a partv that has been en
toigcd in inspecting government au
veya. He Haw lots of OMMttFf that
i,i loaaal nan lo own
Clarence tieorge has returned fr n
BakOf CitV and spent Kuturday aid
Sunday at Weston, renewing old m
uuaiutaucea. He left fur Pendleton
Sunday and will probablv conduct a
well-drilling outfit this winter
John A Si ott and Miss Maud Crock
erllne praaalnnal young people t
Kalll wen- united In marriage Sun
da eveiiing at the Haptist nknroh In
Helix. A reception was held after
Mrs .1 A. lieattie and daughter
Miss Kthel dentin have been ipi'te
serioualy ill during the week
HAINS ARE NEEDED
Kirk Says He Ha Not Sown A'l
T. J. Kiik of Athena one of he
heavies' wheat fanners in this, coun
ty stated to the Kant Oregonian that
In- had hen unable to sow all of his
fall wh at for the reason that O
ground has been ton dr and that
it has not yet taken enough inoisturt
to effect any ( bange .it- tias sown
1 ..1 it of his 1 : crop, and Is awaiting
mine rain before going ov. i anv more
of the land. Some wheat sown Is
rotting in the ground but he does
not anticipate any great loss inas
much as always in this county are
temporary conditions promising loss
to the farmers. With norinui condi
tlons next spring the Top will come
out all right
BANKS FOR HELIX
Understood in Pendleton that Pro
jects Are on Foot for Them.
It is understood by the Kant Die
goiiiau that within a abort time banks
are to be established at Helix and
Krewaier It is not known who are
i ut . tested in the project to organize
a bauk at Kreewater. but it is under
si, .,m! that It will be done by parties
who are uow interested in buuklug lu
NEW ARRIVAL OF 3
DONT think f spomiing
Wo! Waists until VOU
Kpniemher thai at all times
deiirabla watata. Takino t
to ; r -. i -j i j
fi consideration, we helievc that our present stock not 2
oniv oeais an mners in mis
we have shown in tlie past.
Come and tell us if
C Tills waist l made In the very latest style ol .ss .(iialltv silk tucked 3
JJ liei'k, new seevi.full lined, very bet t workmanship
Silk Waists $4.50
EThM waist Is madt of the bttt silk in
and colors. The grend'st Opportttnltjl
Silk Waists $4.98
lllu. I. .....I -- Taaiai adwla tit .....I
w n ( waaaaal i nr nij ir, nun
p DfiyOU know a wuuittt- ItrirtfHin u Immi
t attaMka ,,.U IV,
See oor North Dry
ajtnji.ji.ftg.jtfl.g a.jnnaiigftji.x,a.ti njiJis.fi.KOiijuiJia.ti 8 iJLIJUtaUUUUUU
several BttalleT towns iii the tinning
dletrld "I dakei City
Hack ill the Helix scheme Is Wil
Ham Scott a wealthy lai ,ner nt thai
who ll' s a relative In tin east who
Will live in the place llt.d who Will
come bore soon to take up tin Battel
The hank will have abundant capital
ami will encourage several other en
Afford Sando. a promiiiet Wttf
(bant oi Helix, states that 'id onlv
will the hank be established, hut also
n grist mill will be built nml 'hnt tin
two will make ot Helix one of the
best towns of its ttsa in the Uttc
Koiimlaboiit the place In an I in
tiiense amount of gram ami mm b live
Stock Is raised NoW people thefe
must come to Pendleton to do then
tiniikiug business nml m v retard It
aa too bacon ronton) to go loncei
w 1 1 hmi t n local bank
Old Soldiers Experience.
M. M Austin a civil war veteran ol
Winchester. Ind.. writes: "My wife
was sick for a I tig time In spite of
lOOd doctor treatment, but a as wh"l
Iv cured by !i Kings New l ife Pills.
which worked wondera
health Ttn y always do
Onl) ISc at Talluian I
HIS NEW BAKERY
Hohbach Will Be Well Located
Otto Hohbach the bill., r, in Hie
rein ol .Martins groccrv store has
just received a new bread wagon di
nit from the tactorj " Racine wis
which he is using for the rteltvarj !
his bread pies cake.- 'I' It Is a
beauty ami attracts much roteni.nl
trolll those Who see it OH the Streets
Mt llohbai b expects tc luivt his
bakery moved into bit nee quarter
in the old steam lauiiiliv building on
tk corner ol bb ami Cottonw ood
stleets. Ill a lew days when- he will
Iiiim more riMiui and much better
equipped place than he bat where he
is at plesellt
She Didn't Waar a Mask.
iiut bar beaut) was ooaaptately hid
den by sons blotches and pimples
nl she used Boekkeu'l Arnica lalve
I'lu'ii the) vanished as will all Brup
Hons Pever Sores Hiils. Ulcen ai
buiiiles and Felons from its use. In
fallible lor Cuts l!ui us Scalds and
Piles. Cure guaranteed HC at
Tallnum & Oo
SMITH WON T SUE
Abandons Caae Againat W O Fecntar
All" it ft Smith, tin young inuu at
li sted on suspicion of being the nib
her ol W I) Kecblei s cail'lv store,
lelt yesterday tot Portland He has
abandoned the idea of trying to col
bet 0 1. images troin All Keihtei
foi his arrest at. incarceration and
has dropped the case entirely He
llleil .. get Mi Kei htei to ( olnpro
pate altk blH by paying linn a stipu
laled sum of moii'-v and when he
found that this would not work he
coucluiled to drop it and left town
Notice to Contractor..
Notice is hereby given thut bids
wil la' received by the undersigned at
Pendleton for the cousirucp n of a
telephon l"e from Bcko t i a isiint
on Hutter Creek, alsiut 26 u.iles until
November ii&th. IM Kurth' r parii
eiilais on application The right to
ief use all bids reaervi d
A. U. Thuuisou.
Pendlelo.i, Orego n
Cleaning Out Sale.
Having bought tin PUfgtraM stock
on Main street. I will ClOM u at
cost the entile llM ot ' am" d g'si'ls
plcklCO, pepper sauces ciackeis etc
tine scabs and a good coffee mill
Colin and see ue.
K I. It KKTS
Nan s Dyspepsia Cure
Mas cured these cases
and It will cure you
J. M. Church, ltiruinli , On-., says,
"1 sutt'emd fur 2U years, and lieln v.
had I not Used Nans 1 y lep-na Cure
I would not be alive to write you a
Natlian Palki Hoiac, Idalio, naya: "I
autlerud for years; found many reliefs
but no cure except yours."
For sale by latliiiao dc Co., aod all
firat class druggists, ur send to Frank
Nmi, Purtlaod Hotel Pharoincy, Port
Uud, Oregoo. Price $i a bottle or 0
bottles lor $g, eapreaa prepaid.
nv money tor Silk and
what v have to offer. 3
this store has the most 3
v 1 muiliiv and mice into 2
Piiy, out aiN an oxners
we are Mistaken.
Hie latest lyle We have btif k
f the season
tm I I. an -.1 -
lonii I r i in i-ij nit oi jti i J
you mh it " Thru m- thi lit r a
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"THE WRONG MR. WRIC.HT."
Harrv Beresford at Head of Stron;;
Companv Next Wednesrlay N ght.
Then' can be no doubt that Qua II
RroedhunM possesses the KapP) knack
ot prodnclnf with enviable faclilt)
laices oi a light, airy description
suiti il to catch the public fancy Al
i'-ad.v he lias glrea ns amusing sped
pi. ni ol his skill "Willi Happened
i" .loin s 'Whj Bmltb I en Horn
and now a third eianple In "The
Wrong Mr Wright." xx III. It will be
producod at the Praaw mi next Wed
m-Milnv night is If anvthliig more ill
verting than "llher of Ps preib
sors .1 i t'oieitian has ornanlwd
in Kcellenl eonjpaa) t ploy en to
RUppofi his slut. Hairy II. lestonl. a
po median who is said to possess a
dr) shrewdness about his inelliiMl
wbicb gives Ills remarks a peculiar
nnnllt) that is simply IrreniatlbU
Report sas ol his pert n inaiices
Harr) DereefOrd has the Inadlng purl
ol Sevuioiit Sites.' and when he is
mil absent from the fed i e the fun
goes forward with refrothtng vigor
It l feeldOni be Is off the stage aild
then not tor long and so It mux be ink
ti tot granted The Wrong Mr
Wright' has not many dull moments
Ussfnati Cannot oa lured
i.) leeal aeoUeetieesv. a. niey Mnnel raat n Um
1. . I purlinii uf Mi- .r I'll.-r. I. only me
way lu i nr.. .!( n. . Kiel ilmi In i.v ni.litu
tnnml rvutisJlM OrsfuvM I. . feMMCd by an lu
nmnml rnti'lili.iii ..I lie nni' iiu. lining nt th
kn.ls. hn.li nils Win. a 1 10 lul' gi'U In
rtmiiHil yiiu tin i. ruin til Ilia psmiii'I nr iin.i
l i li.'srlng. aud v. lira It I- ntlrtdy rl.xcil
!.-- :ii. .-1, iii. faealt siei HBleaa ins lagaaifaa
tlun eaa i taken nut mi. I Iin tula' r.'.l.irK l In
it- unrtusl t'liii'lttluu. Iioarlna will Im ..tr.ir..l
lurr.i-r , uiuc rtmn out nt i.n r.' .-hiumsI by
. Mtsrrti vntea . feeiblag but u iuaiui'.i
euadlUoa of tnc um uu. - n im . - Wi- win giv
mi.' tuiU'lm! iiii.'- fur any ,-aar nl i.-nin-n
auawt by calarrtu lliat i-aiiuot Is. rurwl by
Haifa Caiarrli Cum. Hsnil lor rir.-ulsr. fras
F. J CIIKNKY .v i n . rbUxto, it
rtnl'l by all ilrusalata. 7
Hsll'a Kamily I'lli. aro Utf bval
James A. Howard
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Court St. near Firnt Nat. Bank
Has Real Estate fur Sale
360 arrea of choice wheat land,
about ten mile northeast of Pendle
ton. Thia la one of the fineat improv
ed farme in the county and hae good
school advantagea. Will sail for caeh
or trade foi equal value in unimproved
Eight fine lota in Pendleton at I00
each, on eaay terms.
160 aicree of wheat land south of
45 acrea choice fruit and garden
land near Milton. One-half of tract
in bearing fruit tree , 7 acrea alfal
fa. Ail under irrigation. Finely im
proved. 120 acrea on McKay Creak, 20
acrae a1 botton land under irrigation,
balance good wheat land, well im
proved. 060 acrea good wheat land, In a
body, four miles from Pendleton;
terms half caeh balance on time to
suit purchaeer at 6'( per cent in
He is well pleased with Ins linen
and you will he il you take your
They Know theirBusiness
For I i i, Strength and fi
Dl n:Mt li
i iwasuit. ii iiiiv
Polydore IVloeas, Proprietor.
It pays to trade at tin I'eopl.s. W an-lium,.
"Not a iieetlonal.e pialHy her.
One of them?
THBRI are oi ootme. norne men in PendlotoH
who tK not hviy their furnishing! here, that 1
tn lie expected, hnt it' tllcv ,nlv knew htiw in uch
batter they could tl h buying here than else
where, how much greater an rtss..rtment they
have to chose from, how np-tn-the-hour are oW
styles and hoW ftJMonablo ate nur r i es, we
fancy every man in Pendleton would patroniat
this hranch of our busineaa,
Pall and winter nook a eat the obotceai mmeetu "f the mnal
famous makers of due neckwear, are here in the swell cr
tel "f swell t v li s and lltiest silks at jtC
Otir Fancy Shirt Stock
la unapproachable). The etarlen ara oormtt, tin pattarna are
the nni artistic, and the tit Is simply perfeet. Hie orlees
are from it t" s o
I'all and Winter unilerw.il'-In . w iy grade that Is good and
every weight that's worn. Itall.rlggwu and wool, silk and
vvisj. nl from i- to o a garment
Sninkiiig poIms.. hath Mis s, iiiahtrohes, haielkei. In. fs, bonkaT
and gloves. The most complete stock in Pendleton at the
most rannonabhl pries, potalule. A Keiilleinan iiihv wear a
thraodhnre coal but Im furnishings must not be untidy
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
PBNDL1 tXlN ORRUON
immon aishoua' fHl
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''tea (ha Unit
ly 1. 1 . . .. lr.1. with a l.i.aa. Ci sl.ft lis.
l'4tl.H HV 1 Al I Mt iii
notsi r. fwoat I'ovesr. Nlahfl.o?ses.
In Back. K.ll Daslrea. aammai am.
hltltv. Heiidacl .Onfllnssa ss""i;
or oiiniimntioi, t'na Qutoknase o
Tslm In i Of ii'llnl. '
We have made tpeelal arrange
hmbIi hi have a larg aeeortnenl ol
everything in our line (Of I'lisnki
giving; trade, and will lie aide lo
take care of ntir orders In good
shape I'l l t i Voitr entire saiisi.ii
lion. Our prions will i right sml
our g hsIn ol Hid i .nt In im olilained
Turkeys, Ducks, Qetati
P. S. Y0UN(il:R & SON.
Ill "NK MAI
t i raja's
M A.??!3 LHandDRANIT: A
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BYKKS' BEST FLOUR
lo inske g.ssl bread use liyera' lleet Hour, ll Us.k Ural
BrOUnlaa a' UM Chicago World's Pair over all . (ilupetl
Una, nnd glren .inalUiii saiisiactiou wherever uasl.
Kvery u k is guaraiiletwl. Wm havu Iho Issat Steam
Roi led iiailuy, .'.mal Rye ami Hear. Ilea Harley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
w. s. BYERU, Prupdatoi
Btook aVlld Kruit
larnis foi KuhI-
Have you Hither lo Sell?
Oo..,. Coat Mnnhood)
OpaimMtorriioaa tnaomnl.i, Calna
lllonc, I um (f..e . , s.rT, vm-
I unit liar . ,
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isnuo Memtily vu,, e.in Cranoiauu, Oal.
IIUUtHI '.id I ION . 'I tPl s
i il i Sower
Lett IP I
I resh To'nato s
l roan inio.is
Horse Itsiln li
HwiN't Petal es
We il ir own work nnd gMfBA
tee the same at lowest pric
KstnnateM given on all kinds of
nt tomi. Kuii stis'k on hand
It will pay mil lo see mn work
and gel prices belore plsvciltg
ijtTU n St. i" .- n R. I H tlcpnl, rVmllrton
A CRI OAO OP CAkMMil
all ol tin newest .nni latest patterns,
cnpocmlly selected lor our Autuut
tr.nle, lias arnvc I, ami tin- i;ooU ar.
now in "in .t "ic n i.lv lot tin inspev
lion ol Pall bnyi I Hit ) nniprise
tin hue t Inn I wiltons, tapestry,
ingrain ami hrussels ever shown in
Pendleton .npci.it V" ,u I yanl
Wulipap' i m i rnattini tl ootH. I'n
ileitaking noinls always on lian l
ami other building
mat. rial in. hiding
We have a large si... k of
WOOl i.ll i n Bl
lor barua and dwelliuga,
Oregon Lumber Yard
APa St . ntni, Court )foksj