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y1 GOOD GO?DS Bt A,e"nder'8' I
.. i.n.afnn ft moment: 'crasn this od-
Einity, as nothing like it has evtr
Wm SL ua Viictnrv nf our store. It
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''"osition before yon, for it s a fact we
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I want to show our appreciation, so
!!nresent to you this betceen-the-hpH-
Wn Reserve in mis iTxaguuiueui oiuk.
h5 per cent discount off on all oar
YOUTHS' AND BOYS' SUITS AND
Until New Year's Eve., Dec. 31.
xander Dept. Store
WARDEN MAKES SOME
Did you receive an
ForXmas? If so, don't lay it away to get soiled and
lorn, but bring it to us at once and have it framed.
RVe make a specialty ot picture traming.
for SHARP New Ideas.
Opera House Block.
I nun, do you desire to lay
kJitlon for weal h7 Elderly
you wish to Iiibu yourselves
) as others have done. Look
i end boo who are the well-
to In the community. They
who have tin sled In real
rer small your means, buy
,e. Commence now. I will
niU partial payments, or for
he with 5 rooms a cellar
1 cottage and lot . . 900.00
tse and two lots 700.00
ling, stable and lot . . 700.00
, stable and 2 lots 900.00
t lots from $160 to 1300.
t 01 H Ms 1200.00
I block, 7 lots 900.00
loM iota 650,00
ot Z lots 300.00
OYD, III Court Street
building, 36 by 8o,
ted by Joe. Ell. on
'A, between Court and
open to the nublic.
well lighted, and venti
jide room in the build-
band baths ti,
'J back of nf fiw. n.,
Oyster House on Main
i Hd Inp Dun. ci. tt
i n - i"u -uup mouse
Queen Hotel will be run
s"lion by Messrs.
Q & Van Paymbroeck
j MEISCKE'S i
Always please the people and
The reason, for this is that you
never get anything but t ood,
tender meats, no matter what
Otto Mies eke
C O V It T 8 T H E K T
Ho xt set's Old Stand
TELEPHOKl! RED 211
! Sold Only By
J?curke & CO.
Low Cash Prices
are what the Miller Cash
Grocery has to offer.
Baking leave your orders for
cakes or pastry of any kind.
Lodges and parties supplied at
very 'low prices.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 51 1
Miller Grocery Co.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
Says the Sunday Law Is Inoperative
Because Washington Has Not Also
Passed One to Correspond Ship
ment of Frozen Salmon.
Mastor Kish Warden H. G. Van
Dusen, Infills annual report, makes a
recommendation regarding the laws
regulating the salmon fisheries, which
has not been touched upon to any ex-
tent. It Is his Idea, after a close
study of tho situation, that It would
he better to do away wl.th the closed
season as it- now exists on the Co
lumbia River and in place of this have
certain streams where the salmon
spawn closed for all time.
Want No Closed Season.
His suggestion on this point, which
will bo of particular Interest to all
fishermen, and, in fact to the people
or the state, Is as follows:
"In the early days of the fisheries
It seemed to be essential that the
harevsting of the salmon product
should be limited to certain seasons:
and certain other seasons were estab
lished and defined as closed seasons,
during which time the parent fish
were to be allowed "an opportunity to
get by the fisher and ascend the
streams to their natural spawning
grounds for the purpose of replenish
ing and maintaining the supply; then,
r.nd even up to the present time. It
seemed almost essential that these
closed seasons should be maintained,
but since it has proved that the
hatchery work Is sure to take care of
the product in a more substantial
manner and at a trifling expense, it
seems that these close seasons, .cspe-
THE EVENING OF
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. 8. Supreme Court
U. S. Patent Office
U. S. mmI FOREIGN PATENT
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T J to. 8t, N. W., Waahtnarton, V. V
Declining years the time
when one is on the other side
of the hill, call for con
stant care in the matter of
nutrition. Life then depends
so much on the body's power
to repair loss and waste. This
power grows less and less.
The ability to shake off local
disorders and to draw heavily
on the body's reserve force
are" privileges that youth
alone can claim.
With'age comes slow move
ment, slower operation of the
whole body's forces. Trifles
become burdens and we live
in the past. Ordinary food
no longer nourishes. Poor
teeth, perhaps, and improper
mastication give the stomach
work that it is not supposed
to do the digestion is taxed
and even injured when it
should be troubled least.
Many elderly persons get
strength and nourishment
from Scott's Emulsion. It
slips into the blood so quickly
that the stomach is not aware
of its presence. Not only
does Scott's Emulsion furnish
nourishment itself, but it
helps to digest other food.
It aids in the proper distribu
tion of food benefits sim
plifies the, stomach's work.
Moreover, the lime and
soda contained in Scott's
Emulsion in the form of hypo-
phosphites nourish the bones
and rediice the acid 'in the
blood which feeds rheu
matism. Then, too, the body must
have fat, for fat is heat and
heat is life. Cod liver oil as
we find -it in Scott's Emul
sion is the most easily di
gested of all fats.
Scott's Emulsion always
helps when vitality is at a low
We'll send you a 1 ample free upon
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 PaarLSt.,.' New York.
1 SPECIAL DISCOUNT
$ 25 per cent discount on all Jewelry. OiCr optical parlors arc the most complete and best 2
equipped in Pendleton for the correct fitting of glasses
M '.1.1 . to ".111 " rn
TEED IN ALL
We arc here to slay and our past treatment of the public is our guarantee for the future. You
s take no chances and we make good every promise. Our business is built up on its merits, Satis
h. factory customers are our best advertisements.
The Reliable Eye Specialist
New Year's Resolution
LET US FILL
dally the Columbia river close sea
son, might Just as well bo done away
with, and that in place of them fish
ing be stopped entirely on all salmon
breeding tributaries set aside and
designated as 'spawning streams.'
Sunday Law Inoperative.
"Then when once the salmon enter
ed one of these spawning streams it
could be let alone and molested 110
lurthcr ex"epting possibly by the
angler with .rod and- line; it also
seems clear that a March and April
salmon Is not going to replenish the
May and Tune runs and that if any
close season is needed it would he
far better to distribute the salmon
f.s much as possible, like what might
be done under the Sunday law. We
have a Sunday law on our statute
books now, but it is inoperative on
the Columbia because Washington
I ailed to pass a like law and make it
concurrent; but even this restriction
does not appear to be necessary If tho
salmon are left alore after enterinc
their spawning streams.1
"As ln:inra aro tnnnv ,1,-wlnr tlir. I A IT L K IT T
1 v. , UIUCI mi Liiiubs ujmii Willi), 1
mat now seems to oe essential in or
der to keep up this food product Is.
that all of the tributary streams that
are known to be natural" spawning
streams and that no fishing what
ever be allowed on those streams ex
cepting with hook and line, common
ly, called angling, and by so doing as
sure the hatcheries always" a good
supply of the parent fish; for on the
hatcheries the future supply is sure
To Ship Frozen Salmon.
Mr. Van Dusen also makes a sug
gestion to the effect that he believes
salmon can be frozen here, taken by
quick express to the Atlantic coast
and there resuscitated. He says:
"In late years I have visited tho
lakes in winter by the permission of
the fish comissioner to obtain fish for
experimenting in freezing and resus
citating to full life after several days'
holding, for fish, cold bloods as they
are, can be frozen solid and thawed
back to life if not exposed to the sun
or allowed to get colder than 12 de
grees below the freezing point. If ex
posed to a temperature of zero or be
low they will not revive as the faint j
pulsation 01 me men ceases.
"I have scarcely a doubt but a sal
mon from the Pacific coast could bo
frozen and transported to the Atlan
tic and resuscitated to life under
This year I will save money on my Groceries and will
get the freshest and cleanest eatables by buying at
Martin's Family Gtocety and Bakery
Oranges, Lemons, Bananas and Apples.
Complete line of Fancy Wafers for partits, receptions,
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
B u i ldin g paper, lime,
cement brick and sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and' dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
Just received another
car load of Poultry and
stock supplies at the
Vil and 121) East AiU 8trt
FRUITGROWERS TO MEET.
The Inland Empire Association to
Hold a Four-days' Session In Walla
Walla Walla, Dec. 29. A week from
today the Inland Empire Horticultur
al and Fioriculturai Association will
meet In Spokane for a four-days' scs
&ion, and a number of prominent
fruitgrowers are arranging to attend
from this section. Frank B. Morse,
fruit Inspector: Dr. N. O. Dlalock. tho
pioneer fruitgrower of Walla Walla;
W. S. Offner. J. II. Thonney. 13. H
O'Malvey, and others will represent
this section. Originally tho associa
tion attempted to gather the fruit
growers of the northern part of
Washington and Idaho into one body
lor mutual neip, nut now on effort. Is
ceing made to secure the co-operation
ot tho men in this section who Dro
duco the larger part of the fruit and
vegetables shipped from Eastern
WnshlHtrlnn ' "
MRS. MARGARET 8TEPHEN8.
Died This Morning Remains Will Be
Shipped to Linn County.
Mrs. Margaret Stephens, wife of J,
H. Stephens, died in this city this
morning or a complication of dis
Mrs. Stephens' home is in Linn
county. Three months ago she and a
eon came hero for her health whiph
wub ureaiting aown. ainco that time
she has gradually urown weaker un.
til this morning, when she passed into
the .beyond, 1
bhe was 02 years of aea and Irdvph
a husband and throe children. The
remains, which are now at Rader'a
undertaking narlors. will ha nh(nn,!
back to the old home for interment;
Oyster cocktails at Oratx'g. jf
CHARTESEA "I WILL KILL YOUr
RICHARD IF YOU CAN."
A BIG ATTRACTION.
Winston Churchill's Popular Novel
"Hicnard Carvel" at tho Frazer Fri
day, January 24, 1003.
"Richard Carvel" the dramatization
of Winston Churchill's popular novel
of that name, which when produced
at tho Empire theater in New York
two years ago achieved a run of 17
weeks, is announced for representa
tion' at tho Frazer noxt Friday even
ing, with Androw Ilobson In the title
role, and the other 31 members ot tho
supporting company claimed by the
Robinson management to be ono ot
the most capablo dramatic organiza
tions sent out from New York this
season; and It Is but fair to add that
tho claim seoms to have beon made
eood, if tho Judgment of tho critics
and public, as evidenced by tho no
tices star and production have re
ceived In nil tho cities visited thus
far, Is to bo relied upon. Direct from
Marquam Grand at Pprtland, Oregon.