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SATl'UDAY, NOVKMBKR 30, 1901.
Naifs Dyspepsia Cure
H Hired these CUM
and It will cure you
J. M. Church, IaOrande, On-. says,
WI suffered for 20 yean, and llleve
had I not used Nan's Pyspep-da t"iir
1 would not 1' alive t4 write yon n
Nathan Kalk. ltolse, Idaho, say: "I
suffered for yean; found many reliefs
but no cure except your."
Pot sals by Tallman & Co., and al
first class druggists, or sand to Frank
Naai, ParUand Hotal Pharaaacy, Port
land. Oregon Price $i a bottle or n
hottlas for $5, express prepaid.
anil other building
we bare a large stock of
(or barns and dwellings.
Oregon Lumber Yard
AJta 8t . opp- Court House
Well Light.-.: and Htesun Heated.
Best 25 cent Meals
In the City.
Frog In Eastern and Olympia
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
GU8. LAPONTAIN, Prop.
The Place to Buy : : : :
It where vou can gel god
quick awl cheap prices.
1110; papur, Tar
Screen 1 oorb k
A I loora, Terra
Pendleton Planing Mill and
R. FORSTER, - Proprietor.
What you buy
HIM -Mock of
SAND & BRICK.
Trucking & Transferring.
WANTED A. CURLING IRON
AND PETER SMITH, WHO 18
BALD HEADED WAS AMAZED
When He Called Atteneion to His Bll
liard Ball Head. She Indulged in
Pete Smith is one of th' men whom
everyone in Pendleton known and
whom everyone In Pendleton known
has hut little hair It In something
like twenty yearn since Pete ban used
a com 1 1 am) hniah. and this Is not to
say that Pete Kmlth Is untidy to an
poarnnce, for Pete Smith Is one of the
neatest menr In town.
Hut. Pete doe not keep curling
Irons, nnd all this Introductory talk
Is only to lead up to the relating of a
story of how even the serene meliv of
Pete Smith may at times he ruffled
Pete Smith Is one of the staff at the
Motel St. (leorge. where It Ik related,
the other day a guest remained In bed
tor 48 hours, because the lied was so
soft and he simply could not wake up.
Pete Smith on Watch.
Pete Smith was on watch the other
night, nnd the night had almost ills
apeared. It was close to morning,
and the east bound tram was due in
Pete sometimes answers calls from
the rooms by the new enunclutor sys
tem that Mr. Oarveau has put in. and
that enables the night clerk to call
guests In their rooms without tramp
lug along the halls and knocking on
the doors and awakening everyone
within two hundred feet of the 8Mt
where the thick headed slumberer Is
This time. Pete Smith answered the
all. and found it was a lady who had
rung from one of the elegantly fur-
in rooms, in winch the mattresses
cost 2S at wholesale and there are
ist toilet seta and stationary wash
stand-- with hot and cold water and
sti.-.m heat. and. In fact, everything
that anyone would want but a sheep
herder, who prefers to rough It in the
Pete Smith, as was stated answer
ed a call and louud it was a lady.
She Wanted a Curling Iron.
Pete Smith Is nothing If not polite,
lie is gentlemanly towards everyone
and. when a lady is concerned In the
, m. I,. itiftf, fo shame Lord Ohcfl
tertield. blmseli. ami adopt a nianti'"
that would have graced the courts ot
a French Louis, in the days when
courts were graced
"Sir." said the lady. "I muat take
the east bound train, within an hour,
and I have lost some of my parapher
nalla. leaving the remainder at home
with my litres and I'enates Have
you a curling iron?"
Have I a curling iron' yelled I'ete
Smith so that all the contiguous
guests complained in the morning to
the proprietor. "Ho 1 look like u man
with a( curling Iron'"
The lady took one glance ut I'ete
Smiths head ami then threw herself
upon the bed. regardless of the aw
fully bay appearance of her act. and
laughed and laughed and laughed
and when I'ete Smith left she was
laughing, and as tar as anyone knows
is laughing still
DANDRUFF CAUSED t A GERM
A New Discovery That Kill the Germ
and Prevents Baldness.
Pretty nearly all the hair prepara
t urns for dandruff have some merit
Hi 'Haying Itching ol the scalp, and 11,
iH.'ing a fan iV td d leasing lor the
hair, but tin-1 is only otie that 1
KM! what causes dandruff, falling
hair, and !;.'., iness, and that deatrnvs
tlo cause- a little germ and that is
Newbros Herpicide This germ eats
its way Into the scalp, down to th
hair nails, where It saps that vitality
causing i!i and-tiff as It digs up the
scalp into little white scales. Unlest
1 is "test etl there is 110 permanent
stopping of falling hair and cure of
dandruff and baldness. Newbro's Her
ptcldc "Iearroy the cause and you
reniow the effect."
TALK! 1)01 MOVING PICTURES
THEY'RE FROM THE FAMOUS
RILEY'S FIGHTING REGIMENT
Two Soldiers Here From Walla Walla
on Hunting Pass Were in China
With the American Troops in the
William liaruioie ami Kubie Tawn
Ojr, ot tin- .loth battery. Held artillery
('apt Mci4iugblin. have spent two
days here upon leave 01 absence oh
tained tin hunting at a the pas
.'s they carry They returned last
niKht in onlei to be at the barracks
sharply at s o'clock ill the 1110r11.11'
when their passes expire
Hotb were with the famous ' ,,i
Id 1- Fighting Uegiment " and saw
service in China during the recent
war. They say they are glad to be
again in th- StetM ami that Ohhl I
While holding much ot in.e.vst its not
the place in which the eOWtmOH St I
did would like to remain
Over at Kurt Walla Wulla uow arc
:bsi men with three coiumiK.iioned of
loan Cait Kidgwa) couiniandhi the
Fame From Moving Pictures.
"It used to be that ouly by tin
newspapers could the soldier go. to be
famous,' said one of thoiii "but uow
it can be doue without you (elluwa.
hv means of the hlograph or moving
iodines When we wore iu Pokln.
we were photographed by the mov
iug yleture men. aud taken aa though
iu aefion, Just aa though we were a
tually eugaged. and the picture real
h look as though the picture men
were on the battle field, and meeting
the dangers of getting dint into c
eral million pieces. Whereas, I
matter or fart . wo were doing It to IC
commodate him Why these movlni
picture men were everywhere, and I
would not be surprised to see them In
heaven, were I to die ind go there
the next minute, that Is if soldiers
and moving picture men lioth go
"Somewhere In the fulled States
now, those moving picture men arc
exhibiting their photographs of 111
ley's' and making folks think the
took the pictures In a battle Mow
ever. I will say that they are the best
imitation of a battle that ever wen
taken, for we did our best to g"
through the evolutions as though we
were In action."
LODGES IN WESTON
Plan to Use Opera House for Meat ing
A proposition is on loot to convert
the Weston Opera House Into a lodge
ball As 1111 opera bouse It has M I
proved a paying investment, and It
would undoubtedly make an Ideal
lodge ball, and one of which the sod
otles making their fraternal home
therein could well feel proud. If Oft
over, tin Weston Leader 1- informed
that should the change be made tie
town will not suffer fm lack of an
opera house that a building sultahle
for theaters and dancing would follow
that could be conducted at a profit
for such purposes. The plans as out
lined, and suhiect to modification cm
brace a reception room and banquet
ball about ItafG feet In slxc. a main
lodge room MrM leet and at the rear
a roomy kitchen thi necessary ante
rooms paraphernalia lockers, and a
small storage room for fuel and oil
Where Is the best place to buy fur
ulture? At Rudot's. of course
Dtt IPays ttccD Trade aitt The WarlhiiDie.
Not a Questionable Quality Here.
Men's Shoes Women's Shoes.
Solid, all leather nr.uti ( onurcss tap snic pl.BO
Kroo Call, Creedmore 01 Congress, ml- ol hard
Sf - 1 c 1 r
vansaruu a... ne.....a w.i
ea ? 1 mrlit
-.v ... .......
Na,a tan. Waterproof leather.
tongue, tap sole, lace
WHANG LEATHER, leather
sole, lace ...
WHANb LLATHLK, canvas
sole and tap 2 In
These shoes are treated with OLE1 IE ol IKON' ad
ding to th. wear ami making them waterproof.
Comfort Shoe for tender, cold
leit lined, ;,olt ami eas but
German Socks Fcit Boots Canvas Lerrins
Dtt ipaiys (tdD
We are going to give a
year's scholarship in the
St. Joseph academy to
stime GIRL in Umatilla
county. We want you to
help select the girl. Mep
in and let us tell you how
we propose to give abso
lutely free this full year's
U IPcSiyg to
Misses' and Children Shoes
t'alf, lace or luiton. gmsl ityle, not stogie . $i.j5 i.5o
UuiKula Kid, heavy sole, lace or button, dressy, but full of
wmm 1. g i.go
Very Hue vici kid, exieimion soles, fair slicli you will like
MM i.gc a.oa
U Fays it Trai m
A RATHER HKili VALUATION
$87 PER ACRE FOR LAND
LOCATED NEAR WESTON.
W. P. Hopson and R. E. Frailer Paid
That Price to Benjamin Osborn.
Klght thousand dollars Is a big pi 10
t he paid for M acres of laud Tel
,h,s is the price paid by W P Hop
son and Robert I Krazloi to Henja
min Osborn for !:! acres near Weston
01 course this was well Improved
land having on It 00d buildings and
an orchard, but this Is nothing out
,., th.. ordinary tor improved place.
in this pan at the country and Ml)
goes to show the value at which Knst
ern Oregon land Is held at at the
CONGRESS WILL APPROPRI
ATE $2,000,000,000 THIS WINTER.
Brief Forecast of the Main Features
of the Legislation to Be Enacted.
Washington Nov Mo - For at least
two reasons, the fifty seventh con
grtai the tlrst session of which be
gins OB Monde) at noon, will be untn
hie Appropriations it the projected
program be adopted, will be greatly
In excess of am pr 1 eding congress'
record and will be nenr M.00O.OM.MO,
so vast has been the growth Of the
country and Its needs The start of
construction of the Interoceanh ca
nal will hi II 'poch-mnlver in leitl,
latlon A forecast 01 the winter's
work Of congress Include adoption Of
the Hay I'ntU'cefote front, upprnprla
tiou 01 money to begin work on the
canal reduction of Internal revenue
taxes. Increase of the navv by four
new hattleships etc. river ami harbor
llUMIUHtaiBll ITS, nun. one establish
ment of n department of commerce.
Philippine, legislation opening lauds
to settlers, extending the act prohibit
C . t
u, , -tigress. ,.
1 Mi I
m u,.,..-,. l.cu.ws
lined, h.av doublt
lined, heavv doublt
and rheumatic feet,
lots ot wttl 3."0
Trade sit Tlhe E?Dipfls WanreltadDBser:
Not a (Questionable Quality Here.
1 : ined 1 -ruin. hanW'-t kind oi vrtfar $1-45
St "'! ht 1. bthfl ol look upper and Inittomn,
toltt and hoelffoil of stwl nrotooton 2.00
Kangaroo 00H, fkir ititoh, RSngliih book ita 1.75
Kangaroo rait. MamloM, quiltod tnata. lary
Trade ant Tlhe lPecoipIles WfirellodPiiiise.
Not a Questionable (Quality Here.
ing Immigration of Cblnoae, passing
n law concerning attempta on a presl
,eni life, eulogies of the late MrKIn
lev. to provide for the widow with a
penalon of rMto yearly, and to pay
hill of the doctors It Is also poaal
hie there will he an actio of the
fjehla) Inquiry, nnd that the whole
controversy may be fought over
FRED DRAKE S CARTOON.
Appeared in the Portland Evening
Telegram of Nov. 28.
Drnkl 11 Pendleton bov who Is
now In Portland employed on the
newspapers there and -i eortoon In
the Portland BvenJm Telegram of
Thanksgiving day It represents
Cncli Sam with a smile upon his he
niun countenance, standing with hand
. -Hiring towards a bulletin board
with figures exhibiting the greatness
ol this country's commerce, and glv
Ing thanks for the manner in which
DMM Fortune hns smiled upon him
The 1 ,11 toon manifests considerable
artistic skill, and is proof that the
ouug man has not failed to Improve
ills time and opportunities since going
to live In the state's metropolis. Pen
dleton friends expect to hear further
from Drake, and to ape bis signatures
attached to many cartoons as the
years advance They believe that, If
he pursues his studies faithfully he
will vet Bftaln high success In his
lumen line of art.
Only a Few of the Kind.
It Is 1 trenteh probable that you
good singing and dancing, don't
jrowt There is a sumptuous feast in
store for you then. All that heart
could desire In that line will be given
in "A Wise Woman."
Plea rot flnm. will retire $2f.0oo
tool ot dry goods clothing and furn
ishings Must be sold at once.
y . . .
Felt lined, leather foxeil, i.kc hi CotiRfcis. i
w arm and cumfortable
h'elt beaver Imskin. just the thing lor cold motoimi
Felt ill pperi, Mannel lined, fur trimmed, lot kontl
Felt Dttllifien, fur trimmed, red or Illicit
I"" kid, stvlish button, hoot, felt lined, jnttttj
thing lor winter ..
Xtri fine vici kid, Chrome ki I lined all through
surpassed lor fall and winter wear I
,. w , . Ji
Kangaroo Calf, lace or button, nude lor lurdweu
Comfort Shoes, just what the name implies, stej
Lilly kid, gipsy cut, soft flexible solei. . 2fJBt
Jersey Ler rinrs Cloth Oterpl
Kd, Iju-'eor Hutton, Koatakln. not sheep
Hliie or red, viol kid, faney laka
Mlaok Viol, atent tip and heel foxlnfi "
Hlack dougola kid, patent leather tin
(Hove calf, tip aanie
And lot of others.
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,.'v"' 'he prml.il'htl
',n 'he Inalu,
Itl't ti Tl G tfaaja.
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remoTad ami Bnl
, "iiiim iqion tin. nsj
I amended rlvll rW3
At bedtime 1 tik.
drink, the next nimii..Ta
and my rompleiton kkS
"" "" r 11 ten age.
atomach hvsr m kMJ2
pleasant laxatlr. nfc!2
herba. and U prtptrM
" Is ealM Uartl
I line's Family Metirn J
, bowels earh day Prl fc,
ru; lair ny TlllBU I
Sweet older t R Minai
We will give aloj
u:J in the Penrt
snip m ,J
f i MOIIH' WTl
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vou to help wW
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