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always get GOOD GOODS t Alexander's.
IjjjW so much in paying the smallest price, but in pay
ooiinct nnro and ffittinc the best merchandise.
fMHL'illu aiiiniivdt 1 o cf ,
.1. i . no. n viiii tViintrc that arc mereiv
tills Bliuucuici iuu woo iv o- , .
i,r. r.n,r';t Von run no risk in trad-
row unteu, onu iiik.it ...
Sphere, for QUALITY considered, we are the cheapest
e in town. Keaa on:
i?SS nf the nice soft outing flannel in checks
il.-iili, fact rnlnr:. ner vard -4rs
1 'VL'KT" ' r "
....wLi:.i .oc nnrlo dniilile fold, camel's
UarilKiIllillU UlbOil ww
Y r fintehi So good for school dresses. Priced
, vairiSxtra heavy Melton suiting, heavy.strong
,'eViEvorite for those unlined rainy day skirts,
illyAwiM) 75c yard, specially priceo. ai.
in belts with cut steel buckles. Ping pong belts.
"klpander Dept. Store
f 1 4 11 RELIABLE CLOTHIERS.
mm COUNTY NEWS
We do trucking and hauling
of airldwcription at reason
Youriberses will be well cared
for.if lafcea to the Old Dutch
4 Henry .dFeed Yard, corner
WestiAltatand Lillith streets.
a Hayijgrwn and all kinds of
1 . ic. v
ik.Hays & Connerlej'
at and sold.
sale at all times.
BAE IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. AX.TA &WEBB BTS
Big Wheat Yield Grain Setting
Personals From the Leader.
Miss Erne McBroom, of Pendleton.
Is visiting relatives In Weston.
Mrs. S. V. Sturgis and sons. Mas
ters James and Cressle, arrived from
Walla Walla Tuesday on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. George Marsh. Wednes
day accompanied hy Mrs. Jane Hart
man, they left for Athena to visit
Mrs. S. P. Purdy.
J. H. Price, agent for the Korr-Glf-ford
Co., bought the following lots
of wheat this wook, all at 50 cents:
Joe Wurzor, 1000 sacks; A. J. Temple
ton, 290" sacks: Robert Farris, 200
sacks; J. C. Butler, 165 sacks; Jake
Clark, 885 sacks; James Ititchey, 1000
John McKlnnon had a noteworthy
yield from two acres of blue stem
nn Wnstnn mountain. The
ground, formerly In potatoes, was
measured, and W. W. Carlile. who
threshed the wheal, voucnes ior uiu
accuracy of the figures. The two
acres yielded 54 sacks, or 63 bushels
per acre. From 35 acres of oats Mr.
McKinnon obtained 661 sacks.
J. P. Lieuallen returned Monday
from Bert Grave3 caMlo camp on the
hrnoi'a nf thn Tlmntllla. He says
that Ashing and hunting are excellent
this year. Doay varaon u-oui aim
whltonsn afford good sport along the
TTmnHiin rrniiKn tire nlentlful. and
bear and deer tempt the more ambi
tious hunter. Bear, in fact, are more
numerous than for years, and abun
dant "sign" Is even found aB far down
the mountain as tho McMorris pas
ture, three miles above Weston.
While out hunting cattle ono day. Mr.
Lieuallen saw a handsome soven
point buck, but was without a gun.
Hoik. SonL 12. Tho Harvest Home
services at the Baptist church Sun
day evening was largely attended
and enjoyed by all present,
Kdward Rush shinned his Immense
Irnr mitflt tn navonnnrt Satur
day evening where he expects to get
work for at least a momn yet.
MIrb Alrv Foss nn!t Miss Bertha
Tnfcur. rvf Athnnn. nagged throuch He
lix Saturday on their way to Juniper
in search of a school.
Charles Muller returned from Thun
der mountain on Monday evening,
linrr h linn boon nn business.
Ban Howard. D. B. Richardson and
snm strngR wont to Pendleton Mon
day and returned on the evening
Luke Hohnes took a run down to
Pendleton last Sunday.
Miss Ktolln Whiteman will leave
for Olympla on Monday next where
she goes to attend school.
T11U0 PlnrpR nnd brother Fred, re
turned last Sunday from a month's
stay with their sister Mrs. Farley.
Mrs. Edward Whiteman will go to
Pendleton today to do shopping.
Miss Myrtle Hill, acompanled by
1,0 nuiihnr lnft for Pendleton Mon
day where she goes to the hospital
t o nnAriinl linoii for annondlcitls
by Dr. Cole. Her many friends hope
for a speedy recovery.
Mrs. William Tompkins and little
,ini,, fnttivnn1 from Wnllula Mon
day morning where sho has been visit
ing her daughter. Mrs. Woodruff.
Tho Mlsans Harrlotte and Anna
Sush went to Portland Sunday even
Hip, IV UlVVillll -
Clarence Connor, Ernest Rees, Ver
non Curly and Arthur Grover were
Pendleton visitors Saturday.
William Modena visited friends in
Athena last week.
Al Grover made a business trip to
All persons knowing themEelves In
debted to me will please call and set
tle their accounts.
H. M. SLOAN.
For Sale Two Snaps.
The Yoakum farm, down the Uma
tilla River. The Barnhart farm, up
Wild Horse Creek.
BENTLEY & HARTMAN.
A HEART TO HEART TALK 1
wvf MnnHav fhp nridps M vnnr homes will start to school. You know 3
-'J2f.. nwAi 1 1 iuiiuut nw j . . . , -a
"f.Bf . .. t . ji I - 4- ; itanra frt fhpif fTI 1 fl T 1 Q IT TlieV
tHat tne Liotning iney wear nass a gicai iuhucuvw
c rh a a j .,n f.44;nnr cSf oriri arp wpll dressed thev are -r
JSud of their appearance and are in a happy frame of mind. We know
inis, too, and have prepared accordingly.
i Remember we advertised 20
Z .jmt cent, discount on Children's
p Cttthing, Sale to close September
t fStii. This means off a
-e'ijiat saving to the mothers of
t t T r Cii.
tifmf- ooys iniee-rieos owns
j AiiTfj . -c' ,.i tt"- en
-1 Scfd and sowed with silk; cut
SiMifcinTltrifi late "Gaston" stvle. In
:3tliis suit your boy will rapid
Illy? advance on the road of
Boys' Two -Piece Saits.
For older boys get one of our $5,00
These when new are much bet- 7.00
ter than they look. 5.00
Young men's suits in all the $f 0.00
new stylish patterns, ages 17 2.00
18, 19, 20. These are made J5.00
in the new J 800
Prince Henry Cot 2o!oO
Boys' Furnishing Goods (That's
JUST LIKE PAPA WEARS
Ltttle Shoes at Little Prices.
have several kinds of school
want the WEAK WELL
iBottor known as the "Al
Iphonse." These will cause
Mhe boy to be very polite.
if your boys are mischievous $2.50
buy them one ot our 3.50
Katzeniammer Suits 5.00
rhese s(and hard knocks. 6.00
Ah, yes ' you do, and at a little
You can't beat the Oak Tanned
Big Toe Space, Easy Fitting,
"Red School House Shoes," $1.25
$1.50 ond L75
Our "Little Devil" Hard Wear
Shoes ut Small Prices, get tho
gang. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
And those Young Men who
wea.r sizes 2 to 5 should try a
pair of Iron Shod Shoes at $1.50
$1.75 and.... , ...$2.50
, Theso are veritable wonder
Are in many respects like other ulcers or
Emm fZ F- R S sores, nnd this resemblance often proves fatal.
Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
the sore with washes and salves, because the genus of Cancer that are multi
plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which arc constantly develop
ing keep up the irritation and discharge, and at last sharp shooting pains
announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous,
slckcnine cancerous sore begins its ....
i ' . . " in February, 1809, I noticed k email
destructive work. lu on my ,ow p xhB dO0tOr c-
No ulcer or sore can exist with- terjlei jt but another cenie and broke
out some predisposing internal cause out Into n open eore. 1 besran to take
that has poisoned the btood.andtte telW?
open discharging tilccr, or the fester- th dBe have been .cen
ing sore on the hp, check or other ,ince. w.P. Brown, Uollanda, 8.0.
part of the body will continue to
spread and cat deeper into the flesh unless the blood is purified and the
Cancer certus or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.
S S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete mutter. It has great
antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the genus nnd poisons
and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when putc blood is
carried to the xueer or sore wic hbuihk
logins, the discharge ceases and the plncc heals
over and new skin fonns. S. S. S. is a stnetly vege
table blood purifier containing no mercury or
If vou have an ulcer or chronic sore of nny kind, write us nbout it, mcli-
cal advice will cost you nothing. Hooks on Cnuccr and other uiseascs 01
the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Term beRins September 17th. This school is located
in the safest town in the Northwest for young people.
Regular cademic, Collegiate, Music, Elocution and
Business Courses. ' Separate and first-class dormitory
accommodations for boys and girls.
Business Department, Shorthand and Typewriting,
$o. Bookkeeping and Business $30. Total in
either, with board, room, lights and tuition, ?ij3 for
0DR MOTTO: "Thorongh Instruction and Praotloal
W. C. HOWARD, A. B., Pres.
THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL of WESTON
Special courses in all the Normal Branches. Also Music
Our Business Department
ihnrnmMi course in Book-
keeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Commercial Law and, other
studies pertaining to tins important uruncn. j union nc.
Address all communications to
J. M. Mattmdalc, Pres., Westoay Qte.
BIG BOSTON STORE,
THE PLACE THAT MAKES' YOUR PURSE HAPPY. 3
ONE UNENDING DEBAUCH.
New York "400" Gets a Write-up by
l-milKvlltn Kv.. Sent. 12. Honry
Watterson has made In tho Courlor
Journal another scorching attack on
tho New York "400," referring to
"dnnk of unclean birds."
Tho editorial occupies two columns
of space, and says in part:
"Tim nrm 'smart set' waB adopted
by a had society in Europe to save
itself from a more odious upscripuon.
Tho distinguishing trait of tho smart
set Ib its moral abandonment. It
makes a business of defying conven
tional restraints upon Its pleasures
and amusements. Being titled, ae a
rule, and either rich In fact or got
ting monoy how It may, it sets itsulf
above tho law, both human and divine.
"Its women are equally depraved
with its men. Thoy know all tho dirt
tho men know. Thoy talk frooly
with the men of things forhlddon the
decent and virtuous that passing
frmiiv whlrh was once oxcludod from
iii, Htnnklne room. They read the
unrHt fiction thev seo tho worst
French plays. Tho vory question of
hex becomes interchangeable, ana
u..m,rtri,i It Ih tho hIbhv carl and al
ways tho horsey girl who kick over
tho traces anil urag ui" "i
"The women ot this set no Iongor
I pretend to rocognlzo virtue even u
J a feminine accomplishment. Inno
cence is a badge of delinquency, n
sign of tho erudo and raw, and a de
formity which, if tolerated nt all,
...u. rrv urimn tiromlBO Of UIllCIKl
mont. For among theBO titled Cy
preans tho only thing needful Ib to
know It all.
t i nnrinn and in I'ar b at Mon
to Carlo in tho winter, at Trouvlllo
and Alx in the Bummer thoy make
life one unending debauch their only
lllrv r.rnvOIllllT when tllOV TOSd
at all, tho screedB of D'AnuunzIo and
Hourget; their Mecca the roulette
il nnil thn rarj' course: tholr
heaven tho inoduin yacht with Us
luxury and Isolation. The ocean tells
no tales, and aB the smart Bet knows
no law, when In extremities it can
tri tn KfH.
"The MOO' In America tako tholr
cue from tho smart Bet In Kuropo.
KhiH tiipin nt tho horse show in
I New York. Itegartl them at tho bwoII
resorts after the show. Tholr talk
that which ean he heard stocks and
bonds, puts and calls, horses, scan
dals and dogs. Thoy the hestT Good
"Tmilv wh tmvii rnmn tn a beautl
ful pass If tho slmjterlng Johnnies
and the tough girls tnat iuuko uoer
ry's and Dolnionlco's 'hum,' that Irrl-
dlatc tho corridors or tno waiuon
witii thn nxhnlatlons of tholr un
clean lives and thoughts, emulating
tho domt,-mondalncn of tho third om
piro, aro to bo nccoptcd, oven by In
reronco, as tho best Boclety, whllo
tho good and virtuous of tho land,
oven though qulto able to pay their
way at homo and abroad, must bo rel
egated to tho 'mlddlo cIbbh' and dis
missed as Blmplo "liourgooiflo.
A Paraon'e Noble Act
"I Tunnt nil thn world to knOW."
wrttnn nnv. n. J. nudlomr. of Asha-
way, It. I.. " what a thoroughly good
and rollahlo raodicina 1 rounu in aieo-
trie Wttoin. Thoy cured mo or jaun
iMm nnri iivnr trouhloa that had caus
ed mo great Buffering for many yoara.
For a genulno, an arouna euro mej
oxcoll anything I ovor eaw." Elec
tric Dlttora aro tho aurprlso of all for
their wondorful work in l-ivor, jviu
noy and Stomach troubles. Don't
fall to try them. Only 60 eta. Batla
faction Ib guaranteed by Tallman ft
8POKANE INTERSTATE FAIR.
For "Pendleton Day" the O. R. A N.
Makes a Low Special Rate.
This year Spokano will hold her In
terstate Fair October 0 to H. Tho
progressive and enterprising people
of that city aro putting forth unusual
effort to mako thla season's fair sur
pass In point of Interest, anything of
tho kind ovor Boon In tho north Pa
cine. A fcaturo of tho fair will bo
"Pendleton Day." Thursday, October
3 and for this occasion the O. It. &
N. Co. will ou October 8 oell tlckoU,
Hpokano and return, good until Octo
ber 16, at 16 60. This Includes admis
sion to tho fair.
BLUE RIBBON EXCURSION.
The O, R. 4 N, and 8. P. Companlei
Quote Low Ratea to Oregon State
For tho "Uluo Hibhou" Htato Fair,
to bo held at Salum, Hept. 16 to 20 In
clusive, Pendleton to Halom and re
turn at 11.36, Tbeso tickets will be
on sale Sept. 14 to 10, seven days
Fortune Favors a Texan.
"Having dlBtreasIng pains In head,
back and stomach, and bolng without
appotito, I began using Dr. King's
New Life Pills," writes W. P. Whlto
hoad, of Kenuedalo. Tex,, "and soon
felt like a now man." Infallible In
stomach and liver troubles, Only 25o
at Tollman & Co.'a drug store.