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exander Dept. Store
Beg to aiinotince their an
nual Sale of Mtislin Under
wear and snowing of Dainty
tnn. do you desire 10 iaj
idaUoo 'or weal hf Elderly
you wish to inBU . yourselves
un ae nthArn hnvn done. Look
fcou tnd sec who are the well-
i In the community. They
who have lm sted In real
irer small your meona, buy
ate. Commence now. I win
small Dartlal payments, or for ,
ke following properties: ,
tase with 6 rooms a' ceiiar i
, I7&U.UU '
Itty cottage and lot . . 900.00
ae and two lots juu.uu
iIUm. stable and lot . . 700.00
fellinz. stable and 2 lots 900.00
It lots from $150 to $300.
iek of 14 lots izuu.ou
f block. 7 lots 800.UU
I of 4 lots" 650.00
of 2 lots 300.00
iOYI), 111 Court Street
At money-saving prices at the
Miller Cash Grocery. Every
Our Cash System saves pur
Miller Grocery Co.
623 Main Street
Phone Main 511
NEWS OF MILTON
SUMMARY OF BUILDINGS
AND IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1902.
Personal News of the College Town
Watch Night Services on New
Years Masquerade Ball Well At
tended New Postmaster at Free
Water Mrs. J. M. Smith Dies of
Smallpox Boys "Charivari James
Milton, Jan. 4. Born, to Mr, and
Mrs. Vinton Graham, December 30, a
boy; to Mr and Mrs. Mack Cockburn,
December 81, a girl.
The Vincent school has been closed
cn account ot smallpox in the neigh
lorhood, there being three families
afflicted with the disease at present.
William McQueen, Mrs. Plants, Roy
Black, Len Banks, Mrs. Montgomery,
and Clyde Williams have been quite
sick with la grippe for the past few
Claude Steen has rented the Wil
liam Anderson houBo on Main street,
vacated by Rev. J. McCullough, and
will move Into town next week.
Anyone would be very foolish to
try to drive an angry bull through
Milton this winter.
Miss Addle Wilson held the lucky
number, 34980, which drew tho Shet
land pony, harness and cart given
sway by Mosgrovo & Co., New
There are about 20 caEps of small
pox and as many of scarlet fever in
A. M. Simonds. from Astoria, a
cousin of C. E. Simonds, from Lower
Pine Creek, has been visiting him
since Christmas. He returned home
Ed Hogne, of Albany, Or., who has
been visiting his brother, Harry, In
Milton during the holidays, left here
for his home Saturday evening.
Mrs. William McQueen is spending
a month or six weeks with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jesse Michael, who lives in
Mrs. C. O. Rinker's daughter, Mrs,
Wlerfl of Helena, Mont., is visiting
her parents In the city.
lAR IN CONNECTION
CENTER OK BLOCK
r, AIiTA ft WEBB STB
It's the fr Best
It's the Tender est
It's the Choicest
Our patrons are always sat
V deliver troods
iaiut V deliver troods
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promptly. Our business is
growing rapidly and we would
like to your name added to
our list of customers. Tele
phone (Red 211) your order if
you cannot oall personally.
Otto Mies eke
CO V B T S T K E B T
Ho user's Old Stand
TELE P,U ONE RED 21.1
Mrs. Wllmot, Mrs. Burbanks, of
Portland, and Mrs. J. D. Phelps," are
In lone visiting their brother.
Mr. Edward Davis, who has been
visiting his father at the home of I.
N. Davis, returned to Starbuck Sat
urday. where he Is teaching school.
The watch night services held In
the M. E. church were something new
in Milton, and were well attended.
Short addresses were given by the
several ministers of the town and
Rev. Dr. Gibson, the presiding elder,
of the Walla Walla district.
The masquerade ball given In the
MTlton opera house New Year's eve,
was attended by a large crowd and
was a grand success in every respect.
The hall was beautifully decorated
BEER THAT MAM
Mile F6RYASIS USK
I kinds of imported lunches,
Jiener wurst, sauerkraut and
ILER Jk nnft
io Streets near Postoffice
The Queen Hotel
The new building, 36 by 80,
recently erected by Joe. Ell, on
Garden stre;t, between Court and
Alta, is now open to the public.
Contains 30 well lighted, and venti
lated and newly furnished rooms.
Not an inside room in the build
ing. Modern inprovements, elec
tric lights and baths. The Hotel
is directly back of of the Queen
Chop and Oyster House on Main
street, and the Queen Chop House
and the Queen Hotel will be run
in connection by Messrs.
Olson & Van Poymfcroeck
ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN
U. S. Supreme Court
TJ. S. Patent Office
U. S. and F0REI8N PATENTS
Trade VttkM and Copyright
700 f lb, St, N. W.t Waahlnston, B. C
Pendleton Fish and
310 Court Street
Everything the best. Prices
right. We handle
Fresh Fish, which we receive
Lobsters, Shrimps, Crabs, Oys
ters and all salt water foods.
Ranch and Creamery Butter,
Freeh Eggs, Game in season,
Produce of all kinds.
Goods delivered to all parts of
We pay cash for country pro
A trial order is solicited.
L. M. Lyman, Prop.
Phone Bed 691
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and Eave
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.lCowt House
and promptly at 10 o'clock the grand
march was called and 160 maskers
answered to the call, with 150 more
lookers on. The Athena orencsira
furnished the music.
J. S. Vinson succeeded In pulling
the postoffloc plum at Freewatcr, and
as soon as his commission arrives,
Mr. Arnold tho deputy, win step uou
and out. Mr. Vinson no doubt will
give the people down there good serv
ice as ho is the butt end ot the town
and can't afford to see even the post
office part of It laff. . .
The closing of the old year
, Muniw rf the lives of quite
a number of people and opened up 1 the
second. Among those In this end or
the county arc the following: At the
homo ot Mrs. John Hoon's by the Rev.
D. C. Sanderson, December .11, f"'
George Williams and suss u
Hoon. In Walla Walla, at the resi
dence of the pastor of the Christian
church, Mr. V. E. Broxton and Miss
Peail Russell. At the residence of
Mr. William Nichols, in Milton, by the
Rev. Devlne, of Pendleton, Mr. Jesse
Nichols and Miss Pauline Adams.
W. S. Mayberry was connnen 10 mu
hniiap .1 pounln ofdayes wnn
giip, during Christmas week, and was
on the point of sending for a doctor,
thinking probably It might be small
pox, but the next morning was better
and went to work. That's all that
saved him from being covered an
over with scabs and sores now. How
near and yet so far. As it is, ne is
turned out from home a refugee from
Mr Huch Klrkuatrick. of Kansas,
hrntiipr.ln.law of Mr. N. A. Davis, has
moved Into B. L. Wright's house at
the south end of Main street. Mr.
Kirknatrick says so rar ne is wen
nleased with this country and no
doubt will make It nis perniauein
A HPr pr of revival meetings win
begin- tonight at the. M. E. church,
South, nnd continue as long as any in
Among the buildings erected in Mil
ton during the past year we find the
following and in round .numbers the
cost: Mosgrove & Co., icehouse. $300;
Ed Spencer, dwelling, $500;; J. L.
Jones, residence; $500;-Carr, photo
nranh nailery. $500: I,. Schaffer, resi
dence. $500: Geo. Bailey, residence,
sr.2fi: Mrs. Harris, residence, $600;
F. Waggoner, residence, $700; Frank
Wonnington, residence, $'J&u; MCAiex
auder, residence, $1200;; William An
derson. residence. $1300; Henry Fra
zier. two dwellings, $2600; Mr. Kent,
residence, $1300; Dr. M. Dittebrant,
residence; and barns, $2100; J. L.
Vinson, residence and barn, $2300;
J. L. Stone, business room, $1100
William Nichols, business room, $3,
500: C. P. Strain, two new business
Thomas Diggins, of Basket Moun
tain was In town Wednesday seeking
medical aid for a sore foot, caused by
limning a nail through the fleshy
part causing a painful wound.
Mrs. J. M. Smith died of smallpox
December 29, In Milton. The funeral
services were conducted at the rest
dence by Rev, Shangler of the M. E,
church. South. This is the first case
of the season that has succumbed to
Robert Frazier. better known as
"Bob" has opened up a real eBtate,
collection and Insurance office In Mil
ton. As Bob is noted for his sterling
integrity and business ability, and
knows the country as well as any
ma nhere, there is not the least doubt
In the world but that he will do well,
and no one need be afraid to trust any
business in his hands, for fear of it
James Standage, who has been
fione for some time, came homo last
Friday evening accompanied by
lady friend who intonded to visit rela
tives and friends in tho city, and as
James knew where they lived, he
kindly consented to help her over with
her baggage and In company with the
lady and als sister they started to
wards home. When Jim left home
he told some one that he would bring
home a better half, when ha returned
and everybody took him at his word
nnd a charivari Avas quickly planned
and about 8 o'clock a large crowd of
boys with M. Shields as their captain.
quietly marched to the home of
James' parents and gave them a reg
ular old-fashioned tin pan serenade,
and withdrew for a short time to en-
list another company that was late:
when they returned It was' explained
that ho was not married nor did he
t.c, twiuw luai WUUIU Ot?. 1116
boys all took It as the best Joke of
the New Year and quietly dispersed
WILL INTRODUCE SOME
Oregon Needs Better Corporation
Laws Wants State Mine Inspector
Thinks It Out of the Question to
Get Eastern Oregon Man for Sen
ator. Hon. J. H. Robblns will greet the
next legislature with a gun loaded for
bear. He passed through the city
last night en route for Salem. Ho
will stop at Pendleton for three days
and then at Portland for the same
length ot time, reaching the capital
city about In time to mlnglo with the
fiist anlvnls, says tho Baker City
Mr. Robblns will enter the house
prepared to Introduco two measures
which he hopes to make Into laws.
The first oi these Is a law for a
more expeditious and favorable man
ner of framing Incorporations. Under
the present laws many companies are
driven to other states, thus depriving
Oregon of revenue and at the same
time putting the Incorporators to
much needless trouble. Mr. Robblns
cnld last nlcht that ho would pattern
this law -jrter that In operation In
the state of New Jersey.
His other proposed measure Is to
have for the state a' mine inspector
of a mining bureau similar to that
now In operation In Colorado.
Mr tinhl.Ins was not Inclined to
talk politics and said that he believed
it would bo Impossible to secure
the election of an Eastern Oregon.
man to the United States senate even
though he be a republican.
"If I were a republican, however.
he said, "I should support Jonn m
nnntlnuinc he said: " 1 am a uem
r.rrat nnd of course I snail vote ior
C. E. S. Wood, but there arc oniy
about 17 of us."
neenrdine nronoscd sheep leglsnv
Hnn Mr. Robblns said ao favoreu me
passage of a law that would prevent
non-ras dent sheepmen, wno pay wees
on their flocks in other counties, from
gmzlng on Baker City bunch grass.
THAT CLUSTERS AROUND
"Dtitrey the cauit. you remove
tradltitcj the germ, promotes the
5rowlh of the hair. For ult fay ill
rusSlt- Wet $1.00. "
Cheap Rates Westbound.
From February 16 to Amil 30. 1903.
inclusive, me u. it. & n, Co. will
have on sale tickets from Missouri
River points to Pendleton for $22.50:
from St. Paul, $2.60; from -St. Louis,
$27.60. Call on the O. R. & N. ticket
agent for full- particulars.
"Bob" Hilllard Returns to 8tage.
New York, Jan, 5. For the first
time In five years playgoers of the
metropolis are to have an opoprtunlty
tonight of seeing Robort Hilllard on
the stage. It was Just half a decade
since that popular player forsook the
footlfghts for the life of a broker In
Wall street Willie it Is understood
that Mr. Hilllard met with a good
measure of success as a dealer in nuts
and calls he could not subdue a yearn
ing ior uie 01a lire and a flattering
offer by Liebler & Co. hastened his de
cision. "Jim Bludsoe," a dramatiza
tion of Mr, John HayV poem of that
name, is to be the vehicle Ior his re
Much Damaae Reported Along the
Walla Walla and Yellow Jacket.
Walla Walla, Jan. 5. Tho recent
warm weather and chlnook winds
have brought around a condition al
most unknown In this valley at this
season. Tho rlvere coming down
from the Blue Mountains are raging,
and damage Is being reported on all
sides. For several days the winds
have been melting the snow which
fell to tho depth of several feet on
the mountain tops, and with local
rains the streams have been swollen
unusually, especially when the month
of January Is Just beginning. Usual
ly the winter season settles In Janu
ary, and high waters are not expected
until March, April or June. Nearly all
tho snow has disappeared from the
sides of the mountains, and not a ves
tlge remains In the valley, while the
breezes have been as balmy as spring
for several days.
Yesterday In this city scores of peo
plo were out walking with neither
umbrella nor overcoat, and the exor
else was real pleasant. The day was
Ideal, except that In winter time the
season Is expocted to bo chilly and
Damage t.y high water has been re
ported along tho Walla Walla and
Yellow Hawk Rivers, where bridges
have been torn away and stock
drown. A span of horses was drown
near this city Saturday night,, while
cuing unven 10 a iarm a lew nines
away. The water Is very muddy, nnd
Indicates a strong current along tho
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that the wisest aro totally unable to
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T. H. Thomas, attorney, ot 600 East
Bennett avenue, Cripple Creek, says:
"I Just as emphatically ondorse Doan's
Ointment today as I did In the month
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It was first brought to my notice."
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N. Y., solo agents for tho Ui S.
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Blue Island, III., Jan. 14, 1001
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your Cream Balm In my family for
nine years and it has become my fam
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Messrs, Ely Bros.: I suffered
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MISS CORA WII.LARD,
Albnny, N. Y.
"Chollly has room to lot In his im
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Kittlsh. "But I
a flat." ndded
don't wish to rent
tho latter. Boston
Ptoym tht a caw vttfc m par. Whtt
we hT dose tor roues peoflThi
put wm cm do now betUf thm vt
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Our ctool Is eJir&ya apokea ot u Cnt.
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PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
v' ARMSTRONG, IXJI., VVUMOIVAV
The Aristocrat among
the 'Whiskies of the
Old School, Without
For Bale by
D. KEMLER & SON, Now Open.
Alta Stroet, Opposite Savings Bank
A Big Grocery
In a Small Room
Our stock is entirely new and
freth. Everything in the Grocery
line is found here.
We invite the public to call and
see us. We want your trade and
will offer inducements in the wav
of low prices, fresh goods and
D. KEMLER & SON
WANTKD ADVUUT18EUH TO MAKE USB
of theee elaulscd eolnmni ir nn k
lometblor you have no tue for, offer to
trad It for something that some other
body may have and. hare no e for, some.
thing tbat you may need In your bnilsas.
You may bare an extra hone tbat ion
nil wlb to trade far a n a ntbu
Some body may bare ih cow and vehicle
end want the horje. lflj or 25 cent want
ad will probably do the buglnm.