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SESSIONS AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
nYc-nc red 371.
n DSPAIN BLOCK.
"I., troubles, catar-
isJ'ir!t fmnalred bearlnic.
feJiwi,. flttwl for refractlre er-
ITH r.iM Hank. Telephone
if.fln. Main 301.
- n In liiM
-wTxL. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA
ll'i,.' nrnln B31 : real
j ninitwo., '
UMATILLA TKNT. NO. 27. K. 0. V. M.
Meets in bee ret Society hall, second and
icurin Tuesdays In each month. All visit
Ing Sir Knlghta cordially Invited. J. 3
Keen. Record Keeper; E. D. Kstabrook
I'KNULHTON LODGE, NO. 52. A. F. AND
a. ai.( meets nrst and third Mondays of
encn monm. visitimr Dremren welcome.
i; j. xweeay, w. u. : joe H. rarkes. Sec.
, Hack 1G1.
' oiiilpn ere. ear. nose
folic tn Savlnpa Bank build-
, till Ml.
w a , .11
. ci,,n e una ncrvuua uhwwcb
Office one diwk we mi vo.-
hicHLY. PHYSICIAN AND BUR
E(. In Peipiln Block, Telephone
Ena diseases and diseases of wo
6, tnlldlng. corner Main and
i Office "phone main 721: lies.
IllGUAN. DHNTIST. OKl-'lfK
Kdllf. Taooe reu i'
IjVC. DENTIST, OFFICE IN AS
En Hock over Schmidt's new drug
I tone red -Ji.
PENDLETON CHAPTER. NO. 25 T.
Taylor, II. P.. V. P. Wamsley. secretary
meets second and fourth Fridays of each
n-.omu in Masonic nan,
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHT OF
l'ytnias. L,. w. Held. C. C. : R. W.
Fletcher. K. of R. and S. Meets every
niuuuuy iu oecrer. society nail.
MODERN WOOMEN OF AMERICA
Tutullla Camp, No. 0300. Meets first
ana third Mondays of each month at Odd
reuows- nan. ueoree A Hamblin, Cou
sui; u. A. liobblns, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
mectlncs of Pendleton Camn. No. 41. W
of W, nre held In Secret Society hall every
Saturday evening. Visiting neighbors are
niwuya welcome. J r. walker. Clerk: A.
J Owen, C C.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. S. MERRILL, STOKANE, WASH.
Agent New Densniore. Second-hand type
writers, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
BOOT mND SHOE REPAIRING,
L. OREENAWALD, THE OLD, RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First-class repairing with
best materials. Shop In rear of Dlndtngcr
uaon a uu.
lANKS AND BROKERS.
National hank of athhna,
Capitals Jjnmiu; surplus ami
HOMO. Interest on time deposits.
L fortljn and domestic exchaus?.
fa ffoniptlv attended to. neory
I, prHldeni T J turn, vire-presn-L
Harnett cashier; F S Le-
JOHN WILSON. FIRST-CLASS SHOE
maker and repairer. Ilest material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alts St.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND SALE
stable, ji J earner, proprietor, to: tine
turnouts. Stable 118 Alta treet.
llKUEItS' RANK OF WESTON,
Oreson. Does a general oana-
mtns Exchange bougnt ana aoia.
a promptly attended to. R.
president Ceorge W Proebstel,
fcjfct J U. Kllgore, cashier; ill
if! A. Hnrtman. M M Johns. T
G. P. Graw J. F Kllgore, Robert
G. tt Proebstel.
frENDLETON SAVINGS RANK,
ton. Oregon Organized March 1,
Eipltil, $.10,000; surplus, $90,000;
mowed on time deposits. Ex-
rught and sold on all principal
Special attention given to col
if J Furnish, president J. N.
tr president: T J Morris, cashier;
lose; assistant cashier
I NATIONAL RANK OF PKNDLE
Picltsl, J70.000; surplus, JD5.000.
li i general banking business. Ex
mii telegraphic transfers sold on
Sao Kranclsco, ew lork ana
I points In the Northwest. Drafts
m China, Japan and Europe. Makes
hs on rensonnble terras. Levi An
eIJnt W l" Matlock, vlce-presl
1!. Wade, ensliler- H. F. Johnson,
TUB OLD SEMPLE FEED YARD, 723
Cottonwood street. Lindsay 4; Doty
props. Liivery, reed ana sale stable. Sad
die horses at all times. Horses for sale.
"Phone red 41
COMMERCIAL STABLES. G. M. FROOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. Thone main 101.
OUEGON FEED YAKD, W. T. BOYNTON
prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street. 'Phone
FARMERS NOW HOLDING
GRAIN FOR 65 CENTS.
IH1TECTS AND BUILDERS.
BOWAni). ARCHITECT AND SU-
tndent, makes comnlete and rella-
b (or buildings In the cltv or conn
bra 17 Judd building.
COLE, CONTRACTORS AND
its Estimates furnished on short
i Jeb-uorfc a specialty. Prompt
; .-uu. oo j,iug street near .Main.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
RUBBER TIRE HACK, NEW AND VERY
latcs style, for the service of the public.
C. D. Carun nnd Jns. S. McKay. proDS. Call
at the Commercial livery stable or tele
phone main 101 and the hack will call for
CITY CAP. LINE. ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
Telephone main 358. Stand In frout of
BOARD AND LODGING.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets. Good
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 2.c and ."0c a night. Thos. Smart,
HOTELALTAr CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the dav or week.
Good table set. Rates $4 and $5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard In connection. L.
HAY CO.VTEACTOK AND BUILD
pi:imat furnished on all kinds
E l, lenient walks, stone walls, etc.
itn at Earn Oregonlan office.
niTMAN, ARCHITECT AND SU
sient Room jS. Association
pSIXAn, PLASTHItlNO mn nr.
R ,f"oat walks a specialty. Es-
MiM free Work guaranteed.
E? n6!?7 i,-ml Zehner's cigar
MSt P 0. box 104
l!V t rnfToro ntD.,
' Miulclanr, dealers in elei!
RoDsea, atori-B, wired for
la. s.?r iflcpl'ones. Elec
SJ'Ukinds Get our prices
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. TERM
reusonaoie, at nu. naier at., i none reu
THE ST. GEOROE RESTAURANT. REGU.
lar meals ceutj. Short orders a specialty.
Open day and nljht. T. A. Oldlather, Prop.
TIIE.STRAHON ROOMING HOUSE CIS MAIN
street, Mrs H, E. Cooper, Prop, EvervthUie
new and strictly first class. Kates !"c, 50c and
fl per day
An Exceptional Demand for Bluestem
Millers of the Northwest and the
South African Millers Are Boom
Ing the Market.
The local wheat market is vet at
a standstill. For the tast month
only a very few scattering lots have
passed from the hands of the farmers
into the hands of the local dealers
for export trade. Millers have bought
a few lots but most of their 1902-Tt
supply was bought several weeks ago
and before the price' reached the GO
When any quotations are given out
at all by local dealers they refuse to
quote anything above 62 cents, but it
Is said that some farmers have been
offered a little higher figure than
this. In fact, several lots have sold
for a few cents higher figure and
others who have not sold are hold
ing for 64 cents and 65 cents a bush
el, confidently believing that It will
reach this notch or. perhaps, more
before it again drops.
The price of wheat has effected the
price of flour considerably and It is
quoted at the highest figure today
that it has reached for the past three
years. Two weeks ago flaur was
quoted locally at ?3.65 a barrel and
today it Is selling at $4. Local deal
ers and mill men refuse to state
whether they think it will still go
higher or not, but from the wise look
they get on their faces when the mat
ter Is mentioned it is evident that
they think the top notch has not yet
Sugar is the only other staple artl
cle of the local market that has ad.
anced In price. It Is now quoted
at J5..0 a sack against $5.50 a week
ago. Instead of the local dealer
elling the consumer 10 pounds for SI
they will only sell 15 pounds for this
price now. At one time and for sev
eral months, sugar was down to $5 a
sack, for the very best grade of gran
ulated. This was caused by a fight
between refiners and Jobbers but they
have patched up their differences and
sucar is again resuming Its normal
The following shows the prices
paid on the local market:
Pineapples. $6 a dozen.
Parsnips, 75c per sack.
Cabbage, 2c per pound.
Cheese, per pound 25c.
Onions, lc per pound.
Green onions, 25c per doz.
Beets, per pound, lc.
Potatoes, $1 per hundred.
Garlic, 12c per pound.
Pendleton Live Stock Jpd
Chickens, hens, per dozen
Turkeys, per lb., 10c.
Geese, per doz., J9.
Spring chickens, per doz., $2.50 and
Ducks, per doz., $3.75.
Pigeons, per doz., $1.50.
THE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, nil SOUTH
Main street. Mrs. Mary Williams, Prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Good comfortable rooms and clean, w ell kept
beds Lodging 25 cents.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USE
of these classified columns If you have
something you have no use for, offer to
trade It for something that some other
bodv mav hare aud have no use for. some
thing that you may need Iu your business. J
ion may nave an extra norse mat you
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Some body may have the cow and vehicle
VimK, i !' ""EAT RACKS, and want the horse. 10c or 25 cent want
'own, 314 Webb St lad w
vl II probably do the business,
E COMMISSION CO
CAPITAL AND StfrjPLUS $300,000
8el,s Gain, Provisions, Stocks, Bonds and Cotton for
bash or Future Delivery
rWuetnli?""1"' m'ifei'l, and mlsitllatieotjf securities. Owiiiuf
l.'imi.ii . . , "' h' extennlve nrivu,te wireuvHtem In the world we can execute
leluarntllT ,"or' 1 rouiptly aud wttisfaetorv than auy other concern.
rp'Ulb!e . -vi mc unit-re wueji mulls uru reuuiitxi. s uu nin uuju
"(rca'rih,,ni0re tl,an t,le lUHfgiu you jdaue Iu a trade. We charge no
t OlNs Dp ,UUK "loctoi.
'fain i EPU!REO Grain lc tier bushel, ritoeks 2 ner share. ComniU-
Mud vn,, U8hei' Stck8 1 1 Per cent.
uu )ou ourEook of Statistics and Dally Market free. Write forJt.
tLrHNpif5e!..Ls.?futo,ImI ""d s,nt "auks.
KEKKItENOKi I'ontlL.toii Saving Hu.uk
127 and 13 Eaut Alta Street
I In 75 of tiffv T l,of Commerce Building, Minneapolis Mluu. Ex
SJiColfai p.Vi ncipal towi18 u,ld cities of t Northwest, including
Wff UDdVr, raan' Blvllle, Dayton, Walla Walla, Moscow, Pendle
HB.c t'""8trutlou to Portland, Tacoina, Seattle, Everett and
""f ?S offloti1 au 0Va 'rnde orfaccount with us you can operate it in
iiniiscn, western iriaiiagcr.
Wdletoi, Ofllce, 1 10 Court Street. J'lipno Main 461
!- G. MAJOR. Lttmi Manager
Low Cash Prices
are what the Miller Cash
Grocery has to offer.
Baking Jeave your orders for
cakes or pastry of any kind,
Lodges and parties supplied at
very low prices.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
Miller Grocery Co.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
Eggs. 35c in trade. '
Butter, BOc and SOc per roll. '
Choice Beef Cattle, Etc.
Cows, per hundred, $303.15.
Hogs, live. $6.
Hogs, dressed. Sc.
Calves, dressed, Sc.
Pendleton Retail Grocery Prices.
Coffee Mocha arid Jnva. best. 40c
per lb.: next grade, 35c per lb.: lower
granes coffee, 25c to 15c per lb
package coffee, 10c per lb.
nice Best head rice, 12i4c per lb.
nexi grade 5 l-3c per lb.
&ugar cane granulated, best, $5.7
per sack: do, 15 lbs. $1.
Salt Coarse. $1.2.- ner 100: tabl;
$2.50 per 100.
Froul H. n., $4 per barrel; Wal
tors , $4 per barrel,
Portland Grain Market.
Portland. Dec. 4. The demand for
wheat, especially blue stern. Is verv
strong. Most of the same comes from
San Francisco. This quality is In
most demand. It Is blue stem that Is
wanted and it is blue stem that has
brought the price up to the present
high figure, though of course, the
difference between the two principal
varieties of coast wheat was unheard
of until the last few weeks, Usually
the difference is from 1 to 2 cents,
and on the open market club has sold
as readily, at that difference, as blue
Stem. Now, however, while club is
selling, there Is no special demand
for It It Is said that there are two
factors In the market booming the
price of blue stem wheat the millers
of the Northwest and (he millers of
South Africa. Blue stem is the recog.
ni7ed milling wheat. South African
millers have, heretofore, secured a
large portion of their milling wheat
or best quality wheat, from Australia.
This year they must find It elsewhere
and have decided that Washington
blue stem suits their needs. The
millers of the great Northwest have
for years msclo their celebrated
brands of flour from blue stem wheat.
and it suits their needs. The crop of
the Northwest was light, nnd there is
not enough blue stem to supply the
millers of both countries. Conso.
quently there is competition in the
blue stem market. Such. In effect. Is
the theory advanced by several well-
informed market men, as to the cause
of the present raise in the price of
blue stem wheat.
San Francisco, Dec. 4. There has
been a reaction ftom the sharp activ
ity in this market and prices have de
clined somewhat. There is no doubt
that a great many of the exporters
here are short of wheat nnd to dis
lodge the same ftom farmers' gran
arles fancy or extreme prices will
have to be paid. The markets abroad
do not Warrant paying over $1.40 per
cental, but higher prices were paid
recently to secure the grain, The
demand from Australia has revived.
and buyers are endeavoring to secure
wheat in the State of California or
from Its northern neighbors, About
150,000 bushels of wheat were receiv
ed here the past few weeks, and there
s more to follow. Millers aio having
1 hard time in obtaining wheat and
have paid from $1.45 to $1.47'4 per
cental. Shipping quotations range
about $1.40 per cental.
Skins, Hides and Pelts.
Hides Pry hides, No. 1. 18 pounds
and up. ISSJSe per pound; dry kip.
No. 1. 5 to 15 pounds, 12c; dry ealf.
Ne. h under 5 pounds. 10c; dry salt
ed bulls and slags, one-third less than
dry flint: salted hides, steers, sound,
GO pounds and over. 89c; 50 to CO
pounds, 78c; under 50 pounds and
cows, 7c; stags and bulla, sound, 5 5t
5&e; kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds, 7c;
veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound, under 10 pounds. 8c;
green, (unsalted), lc per pound less:
culls, each $1,500)2; dry. each, $10
1.50; colt's hides, each 25fT50c; goat
skins, common, each 10015c; An
gora, with wool on, each, 250$1
Pelts Bear skins as to size. N 1 I
each. $5ff20; cubs $20: badger.
each. H'ft l-. wildcat. 2550c; house
eat 5i??10 fox. common grey, "ach
S0ft50c; do, ted. each, $1.5002; do,
cross, each. $5C; do, silver and
black earh $100200; fisher, each,
$500: lynx, each, $203; mink, strict
ly No. 1. each, 5O0$1.5O; marten,
pale pine, according to Bize and color.
$1.50 02; muskrats, large, each, 50
10c; skunk, each, 40 0 50c; civet or
polecat, each, 5010c; otter, for large
prime skins, each. $007; panther,
with head and claws perfect, each
$30Q50; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, $3.50 0 5; wolf, prairie,
(coyote), without head, each 30 0 35c;
wolverine, each, $407; beaver, per
skin, large, $50C; do, medium, $304;
do, small, $101.50;. do, kits, 50 0 75c
GKOItClK O DANIEU NEW AND 8BCONt
na swat Dougat ind Mid. Court 8t,
Opera house Mock. Cll and ee him.
V. STROIILK. DKAI.Kll IN SECOND
hand goods, if there li anjthlnR jon
need In new or aecond hand furniture.
stoTes, granite ware aod crwlterr .fall and
Ktt his price. No. 212 Court afreet
INSURANCE & LAND BUSINESS.
JOK 11. I'AItKKS, OKKICK COTTONWOOD
01. wpera nouse Dioea :ind office trnt
Incss, such k flllnit of claims and Initiation
content a specialty.
JOHN UA1I.KY. Jit.. I', a. LAND COM-mlssloner-
Specialty made of land ailnsm
and proof: Insurance anil cnlltwtinna nr.
flee In. Judd balldlng. room lit.
W S. IIOWMAN. t.UADINO PHOTOflllA.
Phcr of the cltr. Harrent vlw in
rtlan photon for aale. Finishing done for
amateur. Main St., near brtdce. 'l'hone
HILI.Y KRASSIC1, nARRRR SHOP AND
bath room', Main treet. thrco doors north of
Hotel St. George, nrst claw service
SRW TONSOUIAI, PARLORS. COl'RT ST ,
Three doors west of Golden unto Hotel. 3.
H Pace. Prnn. thirst cl Workmen.
thing clean, all modern Improvements.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and aa good as an v.
t.OST-ON MAIN STRKKT, A COViniKATIOV
iocs, pur. containing; a sin noui piece and 1
wo aris. n 111 par iioerai rewani lor ine re
turn to thh office
IN rOUND-TIIK FOLLOWING PKSCRtRKP
animals hare oeen taken un hr the marshal
of the Cltr of Pendleton, to-wlt: One dsrk
hroun irpldltiB'. star In face. 2 Tears old. iretfht
Mlrl pounds, no brand visible. Ono nmu geld.
ing, bald face. 3 white legs, dim brand on left
honlrter and left htn. ! rears old. welcht Mo
pounds. If said animals are not claimed by
he owneia or those entitled tolne reisesslon.
costs and expenses against them paid and them
'men awav wunin ten nays iroro tne oate
hereof, then at S o'clock p m. of the 9th day.ol
December. 1902. the said animals will be sold tu
the highest bidder, at pabllc auction, for cash,
at the cltr round, on the corner of Cotton wood
and Webb streets. In the Cltr of Pendlet m, the
proceeds or sucn sa to tw applied to the pty
mntof such costs and expense of maklnir
sale Dated this Mill dar nl November. !'
J. A, ni.AKKI.V. City Marshst
IN POUND-TIIK KOLt.OWISG PKKCRIRKD
animals hare been taken upbr the marshal nl
be I'ltv ot Pendleton, to-wlt! One sorrel Roan
celdlnic, white strip In lace, dim brand on
left hip. 9 years old! weight 11W1 pounds, shod 1
an rouna tine oar mare, 7 Tears old. leit nind
foot crooked, weight WI pounds, white spot
In face, dim brand on left shoulder One, roan
vldlng, weight 110(1 lbs, ft rears old star on
forehead, "key" brand on left shoulder, dim
brand on right sbonliler, two white hind feet
One black mare. S years old. while spot In lore
head, weight 100 pounds, dim brand on left
mourner, one sorrel yeaning nuy. wiute strip
n face, no brand visible. One light sorrel
mare,!: years old, we'ght 000 poun.ls, white
trip in race, right hind foot while, dim brand
nn'lctthip. One sorrel mare, while spot In
face, weight 10OD pounds, dim brand on left
tmulfler. 6 tears old. One sorrel resrllna n Ir
white spot In forehead, right hind fiKit white.
no brand risible. If said animals are not
claimed hy the owner or thosn entitled
o tne possession ot it, costs and expenses
gainst It paid and It taken awar with
in ten dars frem the date hereof, then at 2 n'
clock p. m. of the Slh day of December, l'.W.
ihosald nnlmal will tm sold tn the liltrhAttl
bidder, at public auct'on for cash, at the cltr'
pound, on the corner of Cottonwood and Webb I
streets 111 aui uitr 01 i-cniueinn. inenroceea
of such sal to be applied to the payment of
sucn costs ano expenses ni iraaing saie, iiatco
thls25tti day of November, l'Ci,
j, a. nisreiy, i.ur uarsnai
Headqnartors for Traveling Men.
Comraodlons Samplo Rooriis.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt IMnlugroom Sen Ice,
livery Modern Convenience.
Bar and billiard room In connection
Only Three Blocks from Deoot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Couit and Johnson stictls,
M. F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
In Honor of Justice Holmes.
Boston, Mass., Dec. 3. - -Anticipating
tlio speedy confirmation by the Unit
ed States senate of tlio appointment
of Chief Justice Oliver Wendell
Holmes, ot Massachusetts, as a jus
tice of the supremo court of the I nil
fed States, the liar Association of Mid
dlesex county will Klve a banquet In
his honor this evening. The state of
ficials and the Judges of the siipieme
and superior courts of Massachusetts
have accepted invitations to be pres.
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING I1KHIIRIRRI)
animals hare been taken UP bv the marshal
ot the City of Pendleton, to-wlt :
tine sorrel mare, wniie spot on nose, age
years, weight 110O pounds, no brand risible.
une rnrrei marn con. nn nrnu visum-.
One bar mare, white In face, welarht HO0
pounds. 6 years old, no brand visible,
line uay mare, wane sisr 111 sac- ; years 0111,
eight IK0 pounds, no brand visible.
'ine bay gelding, wnite s'rip in race, wcign'
liuu pounus, scar on nam muu leg, no uranu
One brown mare. 7 years old, weight I10U
pounds, no brand visible.
One brown mare, branded "horseshoe" 011
right shoulder, f years, weight 80u pounds.
One sorrel and white mare colt, white fare,
no brand visible.
One bay yearling horse cult, white face,
branded "horse shoe" on right shoulder and
Onebay marc, bald face, two white hlud feet
right front foot white, 1; years old. weight S0O
ponsds. dim brand on right shoulder ,
One brown colt, white In fact, nn brand
If said animals are not claimed by the own
ers or thos entitled to tbn possession of them,
costs and expenses against them paid and
them taken away within ten days from the
dute hereof, then vt'lo'rlock p. m of the 10th
dar f December, i'Xrl, the said aulmals will be
sold to the highlit hi 1 ir, at public auction,
for cash, t the el'v "id, on the eornerol
rnttjinuroml nnd W h streets, in the ritr of
I'eiidleton. the proceeds of such sale to bo ap
plied to ine payment 01 sucn cusis sun ex.
penses 01 ma King sale, uaieu 1111s mui nav oi
November, liKM. J, A, Illskely, City Marshal,
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lliMlwra. 'JViIIhivmImU hu-I lloakltt
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jflM4iyu H'WMfr, rnih--j '
MOATED BY STEAA
LIGHTED BV ELECTRICITY
AiilKI'lt'iui l'liill, ill ten I Hfl in 041
Kiii'0hiiiii 1'Inii. .'it'e. 7.1i. "SI. Oil.
"pilii hiIkkIis vtrnk or iiioiitll.
Free 'bus meets all twins)
Comniercl.il trade .solicited -
Fine sample room
SH'(iaI Altcnliiiii (liven Country Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WE Mi 3TS.
A. - h
fJEO. DAIIVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot
Sample room In connection.
60o, 76ii, 41.0V
uru lunuinutu vwurntau riau, ij icr nay euu upward.
ffltPI AflU WUmEr1 I ItrarUiuarttrs fur tourists and commercial, trar.
Cs Illg 1 lot unnatural tiers nptiisi rates uisur tu isiuiiies auu uagw
Hcuiicuieii I lie iiiaiiaicTlilcui win ik pifASCsl
at all times to show rooms and give prtcsra. A
modern Turkish bath establishment Iu the UoUl.
II C UOWKKH, Manager.
Iriluttous or ukeiaUoa
ci iuuauus rueuifrsnai,
Jeis. aui cot utrM
ttuld by iwt;tau.
cr at l In l.lal.1
it si . f. r.evai'
C rcuiar sent tu Mutt. 1 Oreyonlan Offloe
rJabbit Metal, best in the world, In
ban. Price $1 per bar, at the East
"No," said the decided girl, "I never i
will marry a man to reform lilm,"
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"Perhaps It isn't wise," replied the. ,;;tob
demur little thing, "but wouldn't you
hate to marry a man that some other
girl had reformed ?" Chicago Uven
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wis to hiriiiau,rrbij-a nnd all tlio lu.rrors of i,i.tei i. I ii I, l'.Hi;eiuseali
liter, lliu kldntyauid tut urlui.ry Uiiil Ll all Iuiuii ft I'llWIA'sisUVisathMW
uvrlUKXK the only a-iiowu Ttwiity Vi cure without i.-i r.'.ii. V . i.n, i.. A wiitteu
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Tjireasou auirerefs areuotcuied I by n U)niui teaiise'jOwrivntaie l.wi'i .1 wi'h t''sf ulllla.
ruiruotaa elrfeu and rnrinev r
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SOLD BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUGQI8T8, PENDLETON, ORGOOrs.