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Important Waist News
Our shirt waist department is always doing some
thing remarkable, and this week it excells itself
in the wonderful values it offers in the smartest
and best waists of the season Reduced to the Bar
gain Level. Our
is a hummer. Not a waist but is distinct in style,
with that touch of originality that women of re
fined tastes are always so glad to secure
WELCOME WOODMEN !
SEE OUR CENTER WINDOW
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whAt is transpiring in the
world of fashion
Makers of Happy Homes
Low prices, coupled with Car
pets and Matting of known high
quality, prove attractions irresisti
ble. The question of Carpets and
Matting, where best obtained, is set
tled with promptness in -our stock,
where good style and real worth
make low prices so emphatic.
BAKER & FOLSON
flakera of Happy Homes
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DR. W. E. QARRETSON
GRADUATE OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN
Permanently Located at Pendleton, Of.
Six Doors South P. O., Main Street
SIGN BIG EYE
Optical Diseases of the Eye
and CORRECTION of Same
an Exclasive SPECIALTY
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES
Fitted to Make Sight Perfect
. PccatofAU Headaches are Caused by Eye-Strains
and Cured by Glasses.
A S-calty Made of Difficult Cases
1 UVcIq? yepBalls'. Headaches, Nervousness, Inflamed Eyes
Charged For Examination and Consul
Prices Within the Reach of All
Spring Styles Bear the Mark of Pop.
uiar Approval; Summer Styles are
Promising; Rage for Silks.
New York, April 21. Fashions are
Just now at a stage which may be de,
scribed as threatening. Spring styles
of course have been stamned with tim
mark of popular approval, but there
are tne advance modes of summer to
oe aenniteiy declared, and until a
tew more weeks shall have elapsed
their fate is uncertain. Many of the
gowns designed for the height of the
summer season though attractive are
reminiscent of outlines prevlosuly
portrayed and there is a threat en ri
revival of habit black skirts and large
sleeves. Indeed, modistes am nnlv
waiting for the arbiters of fashion to
adopt these features, and thev will
Immediately be ushered forth as two
indispensables of the season.
Undoubtedly thin materials will be
predominant but there will be a crcat
rage for silks, especially of the wash
variety. Pongees, which are helnc
employed in so many ways in ultra-
smart sunyner toilettes are capable of
Demg laundered over and over acaln.
besides possessing the advantaco of
looking well in combination with the
nner Qtiauties of wash braids.
In no guise, however. Is the fabric
prettier than when self-trimmeaSbfiel
inauy muaei nas a gored skirt' laid'
in transverse tucks nfejtirfg-evenly
matched, in a same down''the center
of the front. The tucks extend from,
the wasteline to within a few inches
Pf the bottom pJ2tW fllrirt, and the
transvers6 arrangement of the tucks,
makes possible a graduated ruflle of
the pongee, which may be accordian
plaited or put o nplain, finished with
tucks or bias bands of the same ma
The bodice is attractive from, many
viewpoints. A novel feature W its
development is the arrangement of
the back andslde-fronts. These parts
carry out the idea of tucking employ
ed upon the skirt, the tucks lieing
arranged in groups of five each. The
front proper is laid in perfectly
straight up-and-down" tucks arranged
on either side of a box plait about
two inches wide. This opens over a
vest of ecru colored mull firmly tuck
ed and trimmed with numerous
bands of butter color Valenciennes
lace. The bodice fits closely into the
waistline, being short at the back and
sides and extending into pronounced
Marie Antoinette dip at the front.
The same model may be carried out
very effectively, with the tucks piped
with red and blue silk. In such case
Straps of the pongee embroidered In
fleur-de-lys stitched upon the sleeves
at the wrist and shoulder are a novel
Pongee suits are so distinctive that
to be entirely successful the whole
toilette must be supplemented with
accompaniments equally original.
For instance the hat to be worn with
the gown just described follows out
the inovatlons introduced in the
skirt by being composed of chiffon,
tucked transversely. The shape is
fiat and spreading down the crown
and under the brim are broad bands
of ecru colored satin ribbons band
painted in red geraniums. Massed
.under the left of the brim: are roses-
consisting of twisted folds of ecru
chiffon over white tulle.
Summer foulards are out and the
color schemes are both new and pret
ty. Some of the choicest patterns
are in cream white figured daintily
in figures of colonial green, a new
tint which belongs to the "fade" list.
Then there are several tints of rose,
also combined with cream white and
pure white, also a new shade of blue
called Scabieuse. The latter, how
ever ,is matronly in effect and will
hardly become as popular as the
ceils and green-blues.
Dainty Afternoon Toilette.
A dainty afternoon toilette in
cream white and green foulard has a
skirt which fits very close around
;he hips, with the fulness at the
back laid in narrow tucks. Down
either side of the front gore are
stripes of black lace scalloped on
either side and from under this lace
the goods is cut out to show a lin
ing of rich cream white taffeta. The
lace is also used to form slanting
bands running from the front to the
back, alternating with groups ' of
tucks. Around the bottom of the
skirt is a deep flounce, closely gath
ered and trimmed with narrow frills
of black lace.
The bodice blouses over the front
and bears several rows of tho black
Ince with the goods clipped from un
derneath. There is a yoke of thg
lace enriched by stitchlngs of silver
'threads, which cut the designs Jn
The sleeves extend only to the el
J)ow, but here they are finished with
a frill of plaited chiffon which is
graduated so that its deepest point
ifalls to tho wrist. Over this frill Is
another narrow ruffle of white lace,
finished that a last flouncetto of
black lace. Above the elbow the
sleeves are stitched with narrow
frills of black lace put on in trellis
Wash dresses for Summer.
Wash dresses for summer are
made upon lines that are almost as
elaborate, as those shown in gowns
of more expensive materials. This
makes them expensive for tho reason
that In all their frills and furbelows
It Is next to Impossible to have thorn
laundered, so that they must be sent
to tho cleaner's instead. Mercerized
cheviots, damasked madras and tho
now French glazed ginghams are
quite as costly as many of tho wash
silks, and in delicate colors are ef
fective If trlmmtnl with tho fino
If made plain, the sheeny French
ginghams have tho advantage of
laundering well, but nfter this treat
ment they are not considered permis
sible for street wear.
Another detail of the fashionable
woman's wnrdrobo which is. specially
elaborate upon this season is para
sols. For the most Informnl uses,
they are made of expensive mater
ials and the simplest designs follow
ing the prevailing trend of extrava
gance. Pongee gowns have parasols to
match, and these are embroidered
and lined with a silk of contrasting
color. Pale rose and green are fa
vorite colors for this use. One sun
shade particularly commonded for
its originality is in pongee silk em
broidered all around the edge with
a delicate vine bearing small rose
colored flowers. At the end of each
rib are smhll tassels of rose silk
and the handle is of scented sandal
wood, carved in Oriental design.
Handles of the Parasols.
In the matter of handles, however,
one Is allowed the widest latitude,
for anything is permissible, from
glass to bronze. Both are seen, tho
,former on designs for the golf girl,
tne latter for the same maiden when
she has gone through her dally mot
amorphorsis and developed into the
delightful creature of the afternoon
muhy' of theaewest parasols are
tho creations of French manufactur
ers and have been Imported espec
ially for the coming season. They
are gotten up with only otic Idqa In
mind that of beauty, for the prices
are staggering. They are pretty,
though and one willing to make the
sacrifice of the price of one for tho
satisfaction derived from its posses
sion. The daintiest for dressy pur
poses are of silk swarthed in chiffon
and lace, while others of moussolino
are garlanded with trailing vines of
muslin roses, a delight to the eye as
well as to the heart.
Saved Many a Time.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even
if it is spring. Such cases often re
suit seriously at this season just bo
cause people are careless. A dose of
One Minute Cough Cure will remove
all danger. Absolutely safe. Acts at
once. Sure cure for coughs, colds,
croup, grip, bronchitis, and other
throat and lung troubles. "I have
used One Minute Cough Cure several
years," says Postmaster C, O. Daw
son, Barr, 111. It is the very best
cough medicine on the market. It
has saved me many a severe spell of
sickness and I warmly recommend It."
The children's favorite. Tallman &
Co. and Brock & McComas.
To Move Depot.
It is reported that the O. It. & N.
Co. contemplates soon to move tho
freight and passenger depot at
Athena, says the Press, to a more
suitable and advantageous location
The present location is out of the
way, and it has been long recognis:
ed that the freight business and tho
local traffic passenger trafllc demand
better accommodations. A leading
business man said: Now that the
company appears to be ready to do
something toward bettering the con
ditions existing, there should bo an
effort made on tho part of the busi
ness interests of the city to have the
depot located on Main street, or as
close as possible to the street.
TllC liniment 1ntt1r nml flrmti.1 c (.-,'.
familiar objects in nearly every household.
They are the weapons that have been used for
generations to fight old Rheumatism, nnd are
about as effective in the battle with this jiiaut
disease ns the blunderbuss of our forefathers
would be in modern warfare.
Rheumatism is Clllisod hv nit nrtrl emir
condition ol the blood. It is tilled with ncrid, irritating matter that settles
m the joints, muscles and nerves, nnd liniments nnd oils nor nothinjr
else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles They
WCfe deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood.
Kubbmg with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the nches and
pains, but these are only symptoms which arc liable to return with every
change of the weather; the real disease lies deeper, the blood and system
are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured
until the blood has been purified, and no remedy docs this so thoroughly
and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids mid sends a stream
w-. ov.uiij, uiuuu lu lliu IUIWVJII.-U JliiriH, WHICH
dissolves and washes out nil foreign materials, and the
sufferer obtains hnppy relief from the torturing pains.
S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral, but
1G n tinrffvt -mrrrtnliln K1ix.1 1 L
exhilarating tonic. Our physicians will advise, without charge, nil who
wnteabout their case, and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism
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For All Kinds of Building Material,
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and ullow us to do thulr work.
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If you have painting you
want done entrust your job to
us nnd you will bo urttlslled.
wwrnM. OF THE DAY
All the Now Works which have met with the
hearty approval 01 jiooic lxvui me ai
Read This LUt of the New Books :
Has opened his Ice
Cream Parlors on
Coart street for the
season. The parlors
have been nicely re
furnished and fitted
up in elegant shape
"Count Hannlb.il," by Stanley J. Woymaii.
"In tho J'ob," by Ulcfiard HaiilliiR UavlH.
"Tho Muling I'atolbu," by Henry Vim Dyko,
"11 1 Wero King." by Justin McCarthy.
"Tarry 1110U 'J ill 1 uoino," oy uuurgu uniijr
"Tho Velvet (llovo,"by Hoary Btton Moirl
man. . .
'Tho Fines ol ijnty," uy J, A. Miicneu.
"Tempting oi Father Anthony," by George
Hou!,e With tho Green Bhutteri," by George
urn Hnlo of Him Uncouiiuered." br Test
"ift f..tlim! nt Ijuv WIdlTllllri)t." bv
Frances Hodgson Jliiniett.
"Audrey," oy Mary jonniion,
'AUln WlnfleM." by Gi orgeKtlielbcrtWalh.
"Clolsierlng ol Ursula," by Clluton Bcollard,
"Kate Jlonnet." hy Frank it. Blockton.
"Un l'rom slavery." by Hooker T. Wash-
'VuvArnv of the Guards." by LouU Kvan
"In Eplte of All, ' by YAm T-jatl.
"New Cauterbuiy Tales," by Maurice Uew
"Heal r Blair," by William Henry uarson,
"Anticipations," by William Henry Carson,
"A House I'arly," by Joseph Hallwortu,
"Arllno Vallre,'1 by Joseph Hullwortb.
''Life's Mttla lioufes," by Thomas Hardy,
"Simon Dale," by Anthony Hope,
"Tho Kauln'H Heart," by Hainllu Garland.
"Norman Holt," by General Charles King,
MWhut Hannenad to Wlirirleiworth." bv W.
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