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NEGRO TRAMP SHOOTS AT
MARSHAL OF FREEWATER. I
MISS ROSE OWENS,
No. 720 Seventeenth St.,
"WASHINGTON, D. C.
$5.00, $u 00 anil $7.50
$4-00 and $1.50
$1 00 t- $2 50
$2.25 and $2.50
Initial 25: and 50,:. Linen
25: to White Silk
25c to $1.00. Fancy Silk
25c to $1.00. Mufflers 50c
to $2 50
Slipiti-t (iOc to $1.50. Shoes
$2 (10 n $.50
COLLAKS & CUFFS
The "Angora" lirand all
sizes and late styles two
for 25c. The well known
"E & Y," a complete as
sortment. 25c each.
50c, 75c it ud $1.0 J
Laundered very Fine Quality
$1.25 and $150. Full
Good Madras Shirts all sizes
and different i Patterns to
select Irani. (J5j, 75c,
85c ..n.l $1.00. Extra
(Juaiitx Madras Shirts two
Collars and one pair Cutis
to match. 75c S5" and
New Patterns at popular
prices. Large assortment
of Tecks, 25c, 50c to
1.25. Shield Bows 25c
Shield Tecks 25c and 50c
Four-in-hand all the new
widths 25c to $1.25.
We have just received a new
Line of Hats, especially
for the Holiday trade.
The new shapesand colors.
See them. $2.50 and
No One Hurt Much Excitement
I Aroused Negro Escaped Sunnos-
ed to Have Been Wounded.
' Fivonatcr, Dec. 17. A pistol iliK'l
between Arthur Dorsoj, a nemo ami
! City Marshal Lombard caused eon
I (-Ideiahle o.eltemont on the stieets
i here Tuesday evening.
; Dotsoy. who has been liaiiRliiB
j mound l-'reewater for seveiul days
I without any visible means of support
i was thotu-.bt to be carrying concealed
, weapons. Tuesday evenliiK about
5 So the marshal undertook to airest
. the negio. who resisted. Tin- mar
I shul sol hold of Uoisey but the latter
I jerked loose, stepped liael; and iliow
i n revolver, telllnn the olllrer to Ucep
j his hands off.
Not being Inclined to be bluffed al
I the display of a Kim In the hands of
l the negio. Lombard drew his icvolvei
I but the negro. Instead of opening fire
j ai first, started to i tin. The marshal
tnllowed and the negio opened tin
j back at the approaching officer The
j oflleer returned the fire and for a lew
i niinulou the air was full of flying bul
lets The streets were soon crowded
I with people attracted by the shooting
j and several took a hand with the
marshal in the chase.
I After running the negro seveial
blocks he disappeared In the darkness
and no trace of him lias since been
found, but It Is believed that ho was
i hit by a bullet from the revolver of
the marshal. When one shot was
fired he uttered a crv as If shot, but
' did not halt.
Nobody knows where the negro
' came from or where he went to, but
1 It is supposed that he caught an out
) going train and loft town dlrnctlj
' after the fierce pistol duel.
Nothing has happened In Fieewater
for several months to create such a
flurry of excitement as did the negro
i and his ugly looking levolver.
"If ever-sufferinp woman
Iuj the sun ; experience with
Wine of Crdui thai I hid,
yof me Jifitw will t most
popular. About a year ago
f began to have a worn out
tired feeling with lassitude,
pain in the back and head
which kept increasing every
month. I felt that 1 needed
something but to get the
right medicine was the trou
li. I fin. tin Arraied Oil
your Wine of Cardui and only needed to
take three bottles when I was fully recovered."
HKN Min Hose Owens, who
has a responsible l-o-o'tinn in
the Government service at
Wa-tliwlnii, 1. C decided to
trv Win. -of C.mlui. she made a wise
cli-iii.-. 0n a million women have
beeiircliecdof female uealniww l wis
same Win- of Cardui. It h net a
Mrouu m-'-i '"it "li,v I'o taken een
da, in in-- .ir !' anv woman with
bciii-fil. t iloi'i not tow nxulK bul
correct- di-iMiifei n- of the meir'tinal
oryan- ll slreiitftliem the lienor
Bvslem. vea tone to tin- bodily fniic
tiom. a-1 direclK on the ifciiital
orp.UH. .-ml it tin finest tonic for wo
men known f.- tin- -newt- of - itthciue.
,j .J II - 1IIIIWWI"BH HBl'lllMIBll
Jfi. Jfc- (lU'flll.
If mi lire ii nnfferinrf wn-
man v.e would say to you
that W mo of Cardui seldom
fails to completely euro any
case of fciimto ills. Wo say
emphatically, it nover fails
to benefit, livery day hun
dreds of sufferers are writing
to our Ladies' Advisory De
partment. Tho letters are
opened by persons compe
tent to Rive advice. lira.
Junes was cured bv follow
ing din advice which was freely niveu
her by tlie I-ailies' Advisory Depaxt
niciit. Alias Owens was cured without
advice by just buying a 81.00 bottlo of
Wine of Cardui front her druggist and
taking this great niedicino in tho pri
vacy of licr homo. No doctor's ex
amination, treatment or advice is nec
essary, ion have read what these two
cured women June written. Is this not
enough to lead you to dctcnuino to lo
rid of suircritigV
August HI, 1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones,
of Cameron, JIo., writes:
"I suffered terribly al monthly periods
for three years. I would sometimes go for
seven months with no flow at all. Now
I have my health back again and am
expecting to be confined In January. I
cannot praise your medicine enough."
WINE of C ARM
million suffering women
huvn found relief in
Winu of Cardui.
Alwuys please Ih.
i- H-KT ST.,
I H ou set's Otisy
A linlf Sltntfnr -If .
A GOOD SHOW.
UlK 8 DALEY
ets and Hatteos
AT THE FRAZER TONIGHT.
WEDNESDAY DEf'BAIItEK 17 I'M"
The Japanese government is using
X-ray machines to detect dishonest
mint workmen who swallow money.
A New York 'engineer Is suffering
from hydrophobia caused by a
scratch on the wrist by a pet malteso
cat. He will probably die.
It Is reported that a band of llinako
Indians has taken the war path in tho
region of the Little Salmon River, In
the Yukon basin, ot' Alaska.
The roundhouse of the Pennsylva
nia load at West Philadelphia, col
lapsed Monday afternoon, burying 50
men and' 30 locomotives in the ruins.
Nobody was killed.
Miss May Goelet, an American girl,
worth $20,000,000, is becoming noted
for tho number of hand-mo-down
dukes, barons and carls she has re
fused. She has little tlmo for for
eigners. Senator Koraker has introduced a
bill to provide a government for tho
Island of Guam. It rests In the pres
ident to select a person or persons
who shall oxerciso all military, civil
and judicial power necessary
inhabitants of tho island.
Three men made a daring attempt
to hold up the cashier and rob tho
First National Bank of Alvord, Toxas,
Monday. One of the robbers, Frank
Martin, was killed, another, Martin
McFall, is desperately wounded, and
tho third, Claude Golden, is in custody.
Eugene V. Debs, ex-Nominee for Pres
ident and President of the Order of
Railway Engineers, Speaks.
Concerning his lecture at San Fran
cisco, the Examiner says. "Eugene
, V Debs had a tremendous audience
I at Metropolitan Hall last night. Ho
I is a terse and nervous speaker, lean
In person, with the quick, eager move
ments of a panther; eager, Insistent,
earnest, full of matter, gifted with a
neat turn of phrase, but nover wast
ing time on ornament. He held his
audience for two hours and over. He
could have held them for two hours
more. His delivery is unique. Some
times it seems monotonous, but tho
I eager energy of the man, his rapid
utterance, his Intensity, obscures all
that. Ho is, in fact, the real spell
binder In the true sense of that alms
edword." Hear him tonight speak on "Mod
ern Problems." Tickets for sale at
Frazier's. 2a and CO cents.
"The Little Outcast" Well Received
by Pendleton People Miss Stock
ton Especially Good as the Little
"The Little Outcast" at the I-'ra.ei
last night was greeted with a packed
house. Every available seat in the,
house was taken and the audience en-1
jned the performance as was attest
ed time and time again by tho ap
plause. Paul Weaton, who took tin
part of the man who suffered for'
other people's sins, played his 'part
well, as did Teddy Forrest, but the
best character on the stage was .Miss
May Stockton as the little outcast.
Miss Stockton played the part of a,
little newsboy and was the hem of
mnay adventures, but she always man-!
aged to outwit her cunning father.
j Hungry Dick Higgins ,the crook who!
tried to force, her to help him out in i
his deeds of vllllany. Her loyalty to
I.,... !'..!..l u..l ifr . i i. I
J .id iiii-uu. I ii in vt?siuii, lie! quiuii
i changes from expressions of sadness
I to mirth, brought down the house and
I won tho sympathies of the audience.
IF A FELLOW LOVES A GIRL, THAT'S HIS
If a girl loves a fellow, that's H lilt MJBINH8K
If the fellow that loves the girl, mid the girl that
loves the fellow, nmny. thatV THIillt HUSINKHS.
If flu- ellow and the girl want to buy u piano,
that's Of It I1USINKSS
fallal :!lft last 'ourt street and we will eonvini-e
you thai li s YOTK 1UTSIXKKB to liu of us. He
niember mir prices lit our pocket and payments are
ariaiiged t - -nit yourself.
THERKELSEN PIANO HOUSE,
S. L. WAKEFIELD & CO.
315 East Court Street.
land, all in summi,I
low, north of Pecdleu-il
Good improvemsais. I
Almost a section ol had a
one body, a short &
tance north of town.
Mrs. Langtry Sails for America.
London, Dec. 17. Prominent among
tho passengers on the Celtic, which
sailed for New York today, wero Mrs.
Uuigtry and the leading members of
her company who are to engage in a
tour of the large cities of America
this winter. A large bevy of friends
assembled at tho station to bid the
famous actress bon voyage.
A young man named Mcllae was I
drowned at Mill City in the North;
Our work is admired by all
The Domestic Latmdty
Court and Thompson Sts., Pendleton
The Pride of Heroes.
Many soldiers in the last war wrote
to say that for scratches, bruises,
cuts, wounds, corns, sore feet and stiff
joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo is tho
best in the world. Same for burns,
scalds, bolls, ulcers, skin eruptl-as
and piles. It cures or no pay. On'.y
for the I 2Bc at Tallmnn & Co.'s drug store.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Tho Linn county Jail is filled with
prisoners, for tho first tlmo In years.
Warrants havo been Issued to Sher
iff Story, of Multnomah county, for 12
militiamen who have failed to attend
Harry Thomas was found guilty, in
Portland, of stealing a diamond pin
from the person of S. F. Hanawalt,
in a street car,
A. M. Humphreys has been convict
ed ot stealing grain from his ware
house, aud received a sentenco of two
years In the penitentiary.
Paul Welssengcr, one of tho com
mitteemen of tho Ixiwls and Clark
fair, received the first certificate of
stock Issued by Secretary Itocd, Tuesday.
A light botween young Glbbs, of
Cleveland, and Kid Williams, of DQn
vor, at Seattle Tuesday night, result
ed in a general riot, in which the po
lice interfered. i
A large log drive is being arranged
for Itoguo HIver, It. TJ. Hume, of tho
lower river, has purchased over 100,
000 feet above his mills, and tho rafta
are being built.
Over iO applications for liquor li
cense In Portland havo been held up
by the council liquor license commit
tee. These saloons are in the tough
quarter and may not bo again licensed.
Soak llif hanils thoroughly, on retiring, In
a hot lailii-r of Citicuia Soav, the most
i-UVctlvuskln purifying soap, as well aa purest
and sweetest tor toilet, liath, ami nursery.
lry,anolnt freely with CuTicenv Ointment,
tho great a cure ami purest of emollients.
WearoMirloves during nlsht. For fcoro hands,
ltc-hlii-.', burning iialini ami painful linger
ends, this out ntqht treatment is wonderful.
Ml throiiihouttti woill. !' ttib I). iVDC.C-mr.
Viopi., Ito.lun. " llo lo liars llKmutitu llltadi," fr.
Riley's "An Old Sweetheart of Mine," "The Vir
Rinian." by Wister, "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage
Patch." by Hegan, "Wanted, a Matchmaker," and
"Wanted, a Chaperonc" by Paul Lester Ford, illus
trated by Christy, and all the new fiction.
BOOKS IN SETS
We have sets of Dickens, Scott, Shakespeare, Du
mas, Smollett, Riley. Hugo, Thackery and many
Fancy Calendars in Christy's subjects, the- View
Calendars, and a big line of other fancy styles
Come in and look around before you decide on
FRAZJER'S BOOK STORE
CHRISTMAS GIFTS FREE
By buying baking powder of us you can get beautiful articles
for Christmas preent8 without expending extra money.
Given with Prize Baking Powder. The list includes popular
books, historical iwirks, children's books, etc.
We also give large, attractive and tn-eful pieces ofehlimware
with baking powder.
Kresh citrons and raisins for tho table, Just In.
Martin's Family Grocery and Bakery
800 MAIN STREffi
Gray's Harbor Com. Ol
Opp. W; & C, R. Dtpot
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others on that lumber bill
vnnr; nnrvr inrper. w i
t . ... . t.
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door,
dows, moulding, screen
onr uindnwc in llCl
mm am c j n ii i
a m-wvw I Mr- t
w " rm ipiii fi
cakes or pa5J.
Is now in operation in Pondleton. Prepare
to havo your mail Dolivorod properly. Wo
havo House Numbers, large and distinct.
Door Plates with your name plainly engrav
ed thereon. Mail slot for doors. Mail deliver
ed inside your homes through those slots.
Arrange to shut out the cold. Iron Mailboxes
with locks. Mail perfectly safe. Neat and
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