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ua fiats in plain and polka dots ZUC X
a large line of KaJ Kai and Pongee Silks.
gander Dept. Store 1
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Makers of Happy Homes
Low" prices, coupled with Car
pets I and Matting of known high
quality, prove attractions irresisti-'
ble. '" '
The question of Carpets and
Mattjng? where best' obtained, is set
tled with' promptness .In our stock,
where good style and real worth
make low prices so emphatic!
BAKER & FOLSON
flake re of Happy Homes
HOLD COUNTY CONVENTION
Candidates for Legislative and Coun
ty Offices with Exceptions of Asses
sop and Coroner; Pendleton Men
for State' Senator,1 Sheriff and
The prohibition, county conven
tion; was held in Athena Saturday,
April "5tfcJ The convention was called
to order by J. L, Vinson, chairman of
the county central committee, and af
ter elected I. W- Berry chairman, &r&
W. C. Hopson secreta'ry.'the business
was transacted In a quiet orderly
State Senator Rev. G. W. Rigby,
, Representatives I. W. Berry, Free
waterahd S. S. Parrlsh Athena.
4 Sheriff M. B, Scott, Pendleton.
Clerk G. W. Ingle, Milton.
Recorder W. C. Hopson, Milton.
TreasurerThoinas Chandler," Pen
dleton. Commissioner H. L. Frazler, Mil
ton. . Surveyor R. E. Beck, Athena.
Joint Senator Rev. R. A. Copple,
Representative J. J. Adklns,
Believing that the liquor traffic is
morally, politically and financially
the greatest evil existing In our coun
try and .realizing the Impossibilitytof
securing its removal, except by a ,po-
and pledged to that' end,, we Invite all
and pledged o that .;nd, we invite all
who in this degree, to unite with us
on the following Jplat'o m.
"nesolved, That while there are
many other reforms regarding which
we hold firm -convjetions, we bglieye
it to be the part of wisdom to con
centrate, our efforts, upon .the one Is
sue which clearly" outweighs In Im
portance all other Issues combined
the prohibition of the manufacture,
and sale of Intoxicating liquors for
beverage purposes; and that the par
ty thus created will be endowed with
the requisite wisdom, patriotism,
courage and ability to take up and
speedily settle all. social, financial,
economic and industrial questions
that may present themselves."
unnin onus iv act.i.a
State of Washington for the First
Time has a Surplus.
Walla Walla. April 11. For the
first time In several years the state
of Washington "has grain bags to sell
after the close of the period during
which the superintendent of the state
prison is authorized to accent offers
for bags at his office In this city. The
demand is not strong enough to take
the product of the prison, estimated
at 1,400,000 bags, with a price fixed
at $5,35 per 100. Last year many
buyers were turned away, this year
there was not enough to take all the
product offered. It will be a few' days
.before the exact condition can be
made public, but it has been given
out publicly that not over 90 per cent
of the nroduct of the Jute mill has
Taeen purchased for fall delivery. The
price of the Calcutta bag on the lo
cal market Is a little above that made
hy the board of control for the "state
? Shot in His Left Leg.
For all kinds of Bores, burns, bruises,
or other wounds DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve is a sure euro. Skin diseases
yield to it at once. Never falls in case
of piles. Cooling and healing. None
genuine but DeWitt's. Beware of
counterfeits. "I suffered for many
years by a gunshot wound in my left
leg," says A. S. Fuller, English, Ind.
"It would not heal and gave me much
trouble. I used all kinds of remedies
jto no purpose until I tried DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes
cured me. Tallman & Co. and Brock I
& JMcComas. . 1
is due to the retention la
the system of Uric Acid
or other inflammatory
noisona which find thf-fr
way into the blood,, and, are forced by the circulation through the glands
and pores of the skin, causing it to burn like fire, nnd the incessant
itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in n great many
different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of the skin, fol
lowed by little blisters or pimples, from which n clear or straw colored
, mm mmm mm matter oozes, forming intosores, scale
SJkLT RHEUM or scnbs this is weeping Kczcma,
W commonly called Salt Rheum. These
acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural 6ils and the skin becomes
hard and dry, of ten. cracking and bleeding and causing intense pain and
fearful itching. This forhi of Eczema is known as Tetter, and oftenest
attacks the hands and feet. Unsightly eruptions
MM M M Fm9 in the shape of pimples and blackheads break out
- upon the face, neck nnd shoulders as a result of
polluted blood, and this humiliating disease is called Acne. Local
remedies afford but scant relief. The blood and system being saturated with
l1mh mm mm thepoison,thedi8easecannotbercachcdwithwashcs,salves,
m CNE P0wter8 or other localhpplications. S. S. & restores the
- deteriorated blood to its normal condition, stimulates the
sluggish organs, nnd all the waste matter lsehmmated
through the proper channels. S. S. S. makes the
blood rich and strong, nnd under its tonic and invigo
rating effects the general health improves, and the
skin becomes soft and smooth strain.
S. S. ,S. contains no minerals but is guaranteed purely vegetable.
. Write us if you need medical advice; this will cost you nothing.
Illustrated book on. skin diseases sent free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, ta,
In different styles, Buch as will prove
objects of utility and beauty In any
Catalogue of Mantels Free
Electric ilxtOres, lamps, shades,
chandeliers, globts, etc.
VERY LOW PRICES
Will furnish original designs for til
ing, wood work or mantles free. Spe
cial designs for fitting up saloons.D Ks
tlmatcs furnished free.
The John Batrett Company SK J
30D FRONT '
You Are Invited . . .
On Saturday, April 12
"Have sold the two
below. Have others
equally as. good." .
canv n ilpsp-rwint" mnn RiinftRHS.
kla'cl, might fall. Our chare
pg your apparel what it ought
taaiatii in kuaninc vmir linen and
fcarables in fine shape, bo far as
una ironing them is concerned.
a, our work, our style, our
on, Prop. Pendleton.
Also four lots and new cottage;
Two lots and house, $i,ooo, part-
cash, reasonable time on balance,
or wilLselLon installments., ee
OR AG E.
lEljISfliONK MAIN 4.
Pss a pleasant even
ing playing Pooler
a'3 Court Sic.
MOVEP TO JUDD
LaFontaine & Garrison
Old Dutch Henry
Cavalry Horses for Sale,
BEST OF CARE TAKEN OF
TEAMS OVER NIGHT
Q1VE. US A CALL.
A Feast at The Fair
This wifl be the greatest feast lot bargain hanteis that has eve been
offered to the buying ptibKc of Pendleton. On SATURDAY ONLY we
will place og sale on out bargain counters, CLOTHING, SHOES, HOS
IERY, MILLINERY, GENTS FURNISHINGS, LADIES' FURNISH
INGS, UNDERWEAR, Kitchen Hardware, ktc. Don't miss this sale for
you will stirely find a great many things on otr Special Bargain Counter that
you need and the prices quoted below will convince you that you can buy
them here at about half what others ask.
12 Bovs suits. - 6 to 14
10 Boys suits, 6 to x4
12 Boys crash suits 4 Jp 10 1
7 BoysBuits,1:' . 12to:0
15 Men's Baits worth form $6-60 to 10, sale
Aug Ligs, Eastern andu Olympla
25 men's dress shirts mostly large sizes, worth
75o and 1.00, today only 39c
Men's ties, tecke, four-in-hands and bows, worth
25c, sale price 15c.
Men's. socks, regular 6o values, sale price 3c pr.
Men's black striped shirts, regular 60c kind, sale
Men's bib overalls, to-day 35c.
Dry Goods, etc.
Good grade house lining
Fine grade LL Saturday only
Not more than 100 yards to one customer.
300 yds calico at "(
200 yds gingham at i
200 yds madras or dress gingham . j
All shades of Japanese silk, per yd '
200 yds bleached muslin
Not over 25 yds to one person.
100 yds 8-4 bleached sheeting, heavy grade;
not over 10 yds to one person, per yd
(Ji-ash toweling 5o value, to-day
White and ecru curtain scrim, 10c and 12c
Misses sleeveless undorvests 3o
Ladles sleeveless undorvests 4(5
Chlldreus ribbed hose worth auywhero 12Jo
pair, to-day 70
Ladies cotton hose good value at 12jo, today 8
Ladles underskirts $1.00 grade to day 60o
Ladles underskirts $1.76 grade to day $136
Ladies shirt waists, now 250
Ladies wrappers worth $1.00 and $1,25
for to day only
Job lot of rlbboiiH all bIzch.up to and lnclud
Job lot'of ribbons, wider
Job lot of shoes, oxfords worth from $1.00
to $2.50, to day
We quote above some
of the bareains given to our customers an this Bargain Day, but we will have a great many more on
room io list Don't fail to call on Saturday and get your share of them. Come early in the day,
.,r rnnntPM that we have not room tO list. L0n .t iail lO Cail UU o-UUiuay uu yuu. o... " i .
hold eoods on our counters at the prices quoted.apove.
so vou will oe sure io nuu wnai uu
Remember the Date and Place
day, April 12th
Where Whole Families