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CORRECT STYLES i
.t . n nnwprful facts that attract those to our rlrv
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A decided Innovation In belt making -must be
seen to bo appreciated j sure to be therage threo
JJvlesnow shown. Introduction price, each . . : . 75c
The third shipment this season jusi opened selling
record never equalled. You will not wonder when
.. i. ta lnt Innliidiinr the newest hIiikIpm iitiil wpvp.
r tills "--"I!. . -"-rt V1
Bperyrd fl.OO, 7fc, ouc, ana zoo.
j lUTonfo P!nrTnQ Jllf,t In by express. Nineteen new
anu styles, including six HI
7Tnthe 27, 30, 44, and 47 incli garments in all the popular
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lexander Dept. Store
In the Family Circle
there's nothing bo conducive to real (t
enjoyment as irood music. Certain- fr
ly no well-regulated home should be
without a piano. That 1b to say, a
high-grade Instrument. None "bet
ter made than wo handle. Our
piatios are not only perfection of
construction, tone and notion, but
also of handsome design and beau
tiful finish. Not so expensive,
either. Cash or installments.
S. L Wakefield & Co.
AVlioli'siiU) imd ltotull JUuile Douloi-H
MUSIC WAREKOOMS, COURT ST.
ivc Money on Stoves
By Retting the best at lowest prices,
the best makes of stoves.
We handle only
Wilson Air-Tight Coal Stoves,
Wilson Air-Tight Wood Stoves,
Trilby Alr-Tlght Wood Stoves,
Universal Cook Stoves and Steel Ranges.
The Thompson Hardware Co.
DOINGS OF ATHENA PEOPLE.
The Press Furnishes the Following
Mrs. Nelson visited friends In Pen
dleton this Week.
D. F. Strohm was In the city Tues
day from Pendleton, on business.
Mrs. Louis Borgevln and Mrs. Jo
seph Bergevln were In Pendleton
Mrs. Jasper Carr, Of Pendleton
visited at tho homo of Mrs. G. H. Sail
ing the fore part of the week.
George Brucher had the end of a
finger taken off by tho wagon brake,
while coming down tho mountain
I. h. Bounds, of Gorin, Mo., arrlv.
cd in Athena Friday and will spend
n few days with his brother-in-law.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Col
in V. Dymcnt, of Walla Walla, died
Sunday. Mr. Dymcnt is tho represen
tative of the Spokesman-Review and
Is well known In Athena.
Tho Catholic church as It now
stands in this city, is to be torn down
mid built anew. J. H. Swart has the
plans and specifications in his posses
sion for tho now edifice. It will not
be as largo as tho old structure, but
will bo more modern In design. Rev.
Father Unguaru will bo the pastor.
Work will soon bo commenced.
Personal News of That Locality Mrs.
Fredly of Cold Springs Improving
A. F. May Sells His Machine Shop
and Will Move to Spokane, October
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mei-
nors on Wednesday last, a son.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Staniplor, of Warren, a son. on Satur
Mrs. Fredly, of Cold Spring, who
has been quite 111 at the home of
Mrs. Derker, or this place, is thought
to be slowly improving.
Mrs. Frank King, of Cold Spring,
has been stopping at tho home of
Mis. Derker for the past week.
A. W. Grover and I... D. Smith re
turned Monday evening from Spokane
where they have been attending the
Mr. Sammy Starr returned from
Spokane Saturday evening.
Mrs. Rush and daughter Harrlette,
went to Pendleton Tuesday.
Harvey Richardson went to Pendle
ton Tuesday to attend tho big show.
Mrs. Isaacs went to Pendleton Tues
day to spend a few days.
juiss uora wniiman is visiting ner
sister, Mrs. Rena Walker, of Spokane.
Mr. A. F. May has sold his machine
shop It o D. B. Richardson of this place
and will leave for Spokane In about
Mrs. Jake King and Mrs. Ross King
drove over to Helix from Weston last
Mr. Will Modena was In Helix from
linting and Paperhanging
Are our specialties and we are prepared to
ghtg first-class work.
Our painters are the best
Our paperhangers are the best
Our paints are the best
Our wall papers are the best
Guaranteed at money saving prices. Let
us figure with you.
IC QU APP for SHARP New Ideas.
FROM CAMAS PRAIRIE.
3 to $25.
p STOVES AND STEEL
$4 to $55.
'Clarke & Go.
"owtoHouser's Meat Market
Bays nM u.
copper, lead, etc
E. D. BOYD, 111 Court Street
Will sell you lots and residences
for a small payment down, and
balance in installments, or will sell
in any other way.
Pendleton is admitted to be the
principal city of Eastern Oregon.
Its future is assured. You should
invest in real estate here. It is
safe and sure Invest now. Do
not wait until property is higher.
Of All Kinds For Sale
The Movements of People in Ukiah
From the Sentinel.
James Terry took a carload of heef
cattle to Pf-ndleton this week.
T. A. Sullivan, foreman for Charles
Cunningham, was In tho city Mon
day. F. B. Ball Is receiving heef cattle
lr. the prairie today. This will proba
bly he tho last drive from here this
B. A. Loringer returned from a sev
eral weeks' stay at Pendleton Tues
Many Grant county families nre go
lng to Pendleton these days after win
Tho young son of Mrs. Ironburg, of
Alba, had his arm broken Sunday by
being thrown from a horse.
N. T. Conklln. a Pendleton real
estate man, was Interviewing ranchers
in the prairie a few days ago.
Walt Helmlck went to Pendleton
this week to see about securing feed
for his cattle during the winter.
C. B. Macomber has bought Chas.
Vinson's entire band of cattle and his
ranch of 400 acres, one mile west of
town. Mr. Vinson contemplates mov
ing to Idaho next spring.
County Surveyor KImbrell was In
tho prairie this week, having come up
to survey a piece of new road near
Mark Patton's ranch.. The viewers for
the same were J. T. Huston, A. Mc
Kinzio and E. B. Gambee.
G, W. Emobden returned from Grant
and Harney counties last week, where
he went on a hunt for the famous
Blue Bucket mines. Ho reports hav
ing found what he believes to be the
identical spot, but says a slide in the
mountain had covered the ground to a
depth of several hundred feet.
At no time since
Oregon has become
a State have such
prices been made
IT COSTS NOTHING
TO LOOK AT THEM
Shapes you don't see anywhore
but at the
FRAZER OPERA HOUSE
HAICltlt Ae WKr,Cir, Mmmfrors.
it on the erounds. The bovs were un
bright and early, some of them even I itX-Jf-4
betore day-break, and they were on
the grounds waiting for daylight and i
the dainty lunch to he served by such
well, the boys soon arrived. The
game proceeded, and they played and
watched and played and watched un
til all the halls were lost. It Is claim
ed that they looked more longingly
toward the town than they did with i
interest to the game anyway, the j
balls were all lost.
Act IV, Scene 2.
A hungry set of gentlemen wearing
sweaters were seated 'at tables at the
French restaurant. It was not a jol
ly crowd, but a hungry one. They
Ete in silence. Their thoughts ran
back to tho previous evening. The
question was, did the girls oversleep
themselves, or was it intended as a
Moral: Do not keep your best girl
up too latu at night.
ONE SOLED WEEK, STARTING OCTOBER 20
ON THE GOLF COURSE.
The Men Were There, But the Girls
and Lunches Were Not
Did you ever get left? This ques
tion Is suggested to tho male members
of the local golf club. It la claimed
that they had great expectations in
Store for the early hours this morn
ing. It appears that on Friday even
ing thero was an agreement entered
into whereby the lady njembors of the
club wore to got up at 5 o'clock this
morning and prepare lunch and serve
How's This 7
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for anv case of C'atarrli that cannot
piirprl hv Hflll'M Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CHUNUY & CO., Toledo, O
Wp. tho tinrieralraed. have known K. 3
Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe
mm to he perfectly uonorauie in an uusi
news transactions and financially able to
carry out uny obligations made by their
WKST Si TItUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
WAI.DI.NO. KINNAN & MAItVIN,
Wholesale DrugslBts, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surface of the system. TcsiimoniaiH sent
free. J'rlce 70c per bottle. Sold by all
Hall's Family I'llls are the best.
SMALLPOX AT W. A. C.
"Curly" Thompson Is Isolated There
and Many Were Exposed He Got
It at Walla Walla.
Pullman. Oct, 18. There is email
pox in the Washington Agricultural
college and although the single pa
tient has been quarantined and strict
lv isolated it is siipposcd rorte dozens
of the students of the institution were
exposed to infjctlon from tho disease
before this step was taken. The pa
tient Is Leo Thompson, known in he
Inland Empire baseball league as
Curly" Thompson. Ho played second
base for La Grande, but Is bcllecd
to have contracted the disease at
Walla Walla where he was most re
cently before coming to tho college.
As soon as the fact became known
that a student In the college had
smallpox tho authorities took action.
Thompson was removed to an Isolated
section of the grounds and a building
hastily erected. It Is not yet known
whether the disease will spread here.
Don't forget the dance to be given
Wednesday evening, Oct. 22, by Hose
Company No. 6, in the Music Hall.
Music will be rendered by Klrkman'a
IN THE PHILIPPINES
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
When getting figures from
others on that lumber hill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
Well Cooked Meals,
With a splendid variety
of eatables are served at
Cooper's old stand,
Main St., Near W.&CR. Depot
FOIt BAI.U AT TUB BAHT OHBOONUN
office. Urxe boodle or ntwtpsptn, con-
UIoIde orer 100 bis pspus cu bf ob
tained for 23 ctoU buodli.