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5 You always get uuu QOQDS at Alexander's.
EOME COUNTY NEWS
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For these hot days we have just what you want in
dainty wash goods, shirt waists, ribbons, laces, embroid
eries or cool summer undervests. Then our parasol
stock must not be overlooked. Upon all these lines and
many others we are making a substantial price reduc
tion. Read on.
38c Buys An All Silk
LADIES' SUMMER VEST
In Light Blue, Pink or
Fast Black, Woih
Fresh, clean, prime goods are always furnished by
us. The warm weather brings with it suitable eat
ables. Water Melons, large, ripe and sweet. Cante
loupes fit for the most particular.
IN THE FRUIT LINE
We can send you Plums, Peaches, Apples, Pears,
Oranges, Lomons, Apricots, Bananas and Cherries.
Cucumbers, Carrots, Cabbage, Green Corn, Sweet
Potatoes, Squashes and other green eatables.
R. MARTIN, 'Proprietor
Telephone Red 34 X S
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta 8t , opp- Court House.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST
For All Kinds of Building Material.
And Don't Fnrget Our Wood Clutter
For Barns and Dwellings
Having purchased the
At 609 Main street, I would be
Pleased to have you call and take
a meal at my place and feel con
naent that after one trial you will
TEe Best Meal
For Only 20 Cents.
J. H. WILLIAMS.
wrlu-1,8 7" NEW CHICAGO TYI'B
chlnJ' .1,Ter"a.' Dnt-claM
Erti ,iTke h ,ook at it Thirty dot.
w.U buy t Beat Oregonlan oBm.
25c to 38c for
Worth tip to $.50
$1.20 Buys a
Pure White Silk Parasol
AT BARGAINS . .
During the month of August
we will offer special low pric
The White is recognized as
the best machine made.
Come now and save money.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
and the only p-opf in the naddlor
business that carry a complete stock a'
Harness, Baddlm, Brldlew, Spurs, Swea'
Pads, Puck Baririlet and BagB, Tutn
WaRon Covem and Canvas.
Leading Harness and Saddler
NEWS FROM WESTON.
The Weston Leader Furnishes the
Following Interesting Items From
That Busy Town.
Last Saturday night two young
men attempted a little "Wild West"
harvest hands working in the crew of
Greer & Waddingham and came to
town Saturday evening and proceeded
to fill up on booze. Later they thought
they owned the town and began to
fire their revolvers on the streets.
Marshal Lavender went to the scene,
but the bad men saw him coming and
ran. Several shots followed them
from the gun of the marshal, but
none took effect. Warrants wre
sworn out for them and they were
fined $6.50 each which was paid.
They gave their names as Clyde Cane
and John Doe.
Mrs. W. S. Price has recovered
from her recent illness.
C. W. Courtney is' making a trip to
Idaho this week to look after his min
ing and stock interests there.
Grain on the reservation south of
Athena Is averaging about 30 bush
els per acre.
Thirty acres of wheat at M. A. Bry-
eon's place on Dry Creek averaged
45 hushels to the acre.
Link Swaggart is reported to have
secured an excellent yield, 10 bushels
to the acre, from his farm near Athe
Prof. Keffer, one of Pendleton's
genial musicians, came up Saturday
for a day's visit at Weston.
William M. Peterson, Athena's en
ergetic young attorney, was in town
Tuesday on a business visit,
W. B. Deardorff is tearing down
the two buildings on Water street,
Weston landmarks, which he recent
ly purchased. He Intends to build a
feed stable on the property.
Prof. W. A. McGhee, the newly
'elected principal of the Wenton ti I -lie
schools arrived last Thursday with
his family. They have made their
home in the Lieuallen resldenco on
upper Broad street.
Miss Poarle Barrett, who has been
enjoying an extended visit with her
brother, A. F. Barrett, left Monday
for her homo at Roseburg. She was
accompanied by Mrs. .Barrett aB far
Mrs. C. C. Weaver and daughter,
Mrs. E. D. Weaver, came up Tuesday
from Pendleton for the purpose of
moving Mrs. Weaver's household
goods to that city, her resldenco here
having been leased to A. J. Barnett
Mrs. F. H. Beathe left Saturday for
Seattle on a visit to her son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Beathe.
Miss Edna Moulton and Miss Stella
O'Harra are taking the county teach
ers' examination at Pendleton this
Saturday a party of Weston hun
ters tramped over a goodly part of
the Blues east of town, averaged 1 1-3
birds to the man, and report that the
exercise did them good. The expe
And Buppoflitories will
not, positively cannot
do more than relieve
I i eq uires an internal
rt-mrdy to remove the
ciuiae nud effect a per
AHk your druggist for
Dr. Pyrin's booklet on
September 15th to 20th
You are invited to attend
and se" the greatest indus
try 1 i xposition and livestock
th w ever held on the Pacific
Coast. Good racing every
a moon. Camp ground
lre. Come and bring your
milis. For any informa
M. D. WISDOM, Seo'yi
dition consisted of Prof. Peebles, O.
C. Turner and Charles Proebstel.
The total cost of Weston's fountain
was $674.16. Local opinion seems to
be united in the belief thnt it Is worth
every dollar of this amount, and moro
and the town's visitors are cnthusias
tic in their praise of this noteworthy
Thompson Warren, a well known
old soldier of Weston, left last week
for the National Soldiers' homo at
Santa Monica, Cal. Paralysis has dis
abled Mr. Waren, nnd he decided to
take advantage of the nation's care
for its defendore.
Frank L. Blair left Tuesday for the
mountains for a fortnight's outing.
Accompanied by his brother, William
Blnir, who is encamped at Cold Spring
with' his family, he expects to "rough
it" for a time on the head waters of
the Walla Walla, hunting and fishing
J. I. Fuson's 8-ycar-old daughter
fell from, a box onto a piece of broken
bottle Tuesday morning, cutting a
gash three inches long in her head
A small artery was sovcrcd, causing
a profuse flow of blood until It was
staunched by the physician who was
promptly called. The little one Is
now doing well, and it is not. thought
that she will suffer any very serious
effects from the Injury.
I. on Williams says that the best
field of wheat he has threshed this
season was that of A. J. Mclntyre
150 acres north of town, which yield
ed 2525 sacks or about 10 bushels per
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acre. Mr. wcimyrc nan a siuumuu
stand of wheat, and obtained an un
usual average for this year in spite
of the fact that some of it was shat
tered. It was sown early last fan
and afterward resecded In December.
Marville Watts, the well known
teacher, is suffering at his homo In
Athena from the effects of heat pros
tration. Marville varies his educa
tional work by straddling the Jacob
staff of a header every harvest, but
last Thursday ho was overcome by
the fierce rays of old Sol and had to
relinquish this form of vacation exer
cise. Miss Pearl Wills, returned yester
day from Pendleton, where she se
cured a residence and will make her
home in future, together with Miss
Ellice Wills, having been engaged as
teacher in the Pendleton public
Bchools. Miss? Elizabeth Wills Boes
to Rossland. B. C, to teach this year,
and will bo accompanied by her
younger sister. Miss Welthy. Miss
Alma will resume her studies at the
Jess Ray while driving a straw cart
with Greer & Waddlngham.s outfit
near town, was quite severely hurt
Tuesday. The team became fright
ened and ran away, throwing him off
the cart, which, passed over his body,
badly bruising him and cutting a deep
gash In his right leg. An old mowing
machine was used as a cart, and the
youth's escape from more severe in
jury from the heavy contrivance Is
considered fortunate. Dr. Best was
summoned and dressed his wound.
WOOL GROWERS MEET.
Are In Session Today With the
Friend of Irrigation.
Billings, Mont., Aug. 15. Promi
nent wool growers, members of the
Central Montana Wool growers' As
sociation, are holding a meeting in
Billings In conjunction with the state
Irrigation conference. The gathering
is well attended and gives promise of
beneficial results. Among the par
ticipants are George H. Maxwell,
chairman of the National Irrigation
Committeej several officers of the Na
tional Woll Growers' Association and
one or two Instructors of tho Btate
Alabama Institution to Get Dr. Mon
tague. Birmingham, Ala.. Aug. 15. Dr. A.
tP. Montaguo who resigned tho presi
idency of Furmnn University to he
roine head of Howard College as-
sumed the duties of his now posi
tion today. No formalities accom
panied tho change. President Mon
tague announces his intention of im
mediately beginning active work to
ward building up the college and In
creasing Its facilities so as to place it
in the front rank among tho Baptist
educational institutions of the coun
try. Have you that tired feeling? Beb
ter go to the mountains and eat flan
jacks and bacon for a month. Drink
a quart of black coffee threo times
daily, at breakfast, dinner and sup
per. Do not be very particular about
dirt. Wear your overalls, wipe the
knives and forks on them, put them
under your head at night for a pil
low, catch all the fish you can, steal
hay, chickens, etc., etc., and pretty
soon your mother will not know you.
1ji Grande Observer.
Would Sell Hla Chance.
"Do you know, Horatio, that overy
boy has a chance ter be president
of do United States?.
Horatio (thoughtfully) "Well, I'll
sell my chance for 10 cents."
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Gasoline Engine for Sale
A five horse power gasoline engine with pipes and fittings, oil tanks
and water tanks, everything necessary to set up and operate. Engine
and fittings are all new, being in use only a few weeks.
Engine is very economical and
250 including fittings. Address
East Oregonian, Pendleton, Oregon.
guaranteed to be satisfactory. Price
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