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you always gei GOOD GOODS t Alexander's.
Alexander Dep't Store
Creek, In tliat section, and one on
Basket Mountain, and lives In Mil
ton, is tho promoter of the scheme
This makes five private telephone
lines now centeilng In Milton.
Showing the newest con
Look at oar dollar Corset
in the Window.
Oat baking is unexcelled. Always
clean and fresh.
Good sound apples for eating and
Delicious boiled ham, ready for the
Cream cheese that is fine.
Martin's Family Grocery and Bakery
Oar line of Fancy Baking
t:ludes all the good
hags. Our specialty is
Ujupply weddings, par
ts and receptions with
aits, cookies and dain-
IV.cioicest material en
tttittiia our baking.
Ik best bread it is pos
sible to make.
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623 Main Street
Phone Main 51 1
This sale will be one of the
greatest opportunities to buy high
grade Muslin Underwear at low
prices, that has been offered the
ladies of Pendleton this season.
Our special sale confinues through
this week and you will have an
opportunity of getting just what
you want if you don't wait too
I See our Window Display and
iyou will be convinced that this is
the place to buy your White
The Store That Saves Yoa
THE BEER THAT MADE
BMQUAUIO MR TABIC U8f 1
W kinds of imported lunches.
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nui rn aab
"m Streets near Postoffice TZ
armers Custom Millj
Frtd Waltrr D.l,
I have a larger and better
liBt of Farms,'Stock Ranches
and City Property to sell
than ever before. Also a big
lot of land in the comii g
wheat 8' ction of Eastern
WHAT ISTHE USE
of suffering from indigestion if you
eat what you want, or of starving
yourself to avoid such distress?
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets taken
otter eating will digest your food per
fectly and free you from all the dis
agreeable symptoms of Indigestion
and dyspepsia. Eat what you like at
any time and take an Acker Tablet
afterward. Positively guaranteed.
Your money will always be refunded
if you are not satisfied. Write to us
for a free sample. W. H. Hooker &
Co,, Butfajo, N. V. F. W. Schmidt &
BARBED WIRE 'PHONE TO
HUDSON BAY COUNTRY
Survey Made of the Walla Walla
River A. B. Noblett Recovers
From Smallpox and Scarlet Fever-
Several Sick With Measles and
Smallpox City Marshal Resigns.
Milton, Or., F'eb. 1G. Everybody
was made happy nerc Saturday or
Sunday with a valentine.
Itev. D. C. SaiUerron expects to
bold i series of revival meetings In
the Vincent church In the near fu
Tot Rogers and family are visltinn
with Mrs. Rogers' parents, Mr", and
Mrs. Clark, down on the stale line
Dr. M. Dittcbrant was quite serious
ly indisposed a few days last week,
but is all right now.
The Hufison Bay country is pass
mg throngl. a scarlet fever scare. Tin 1
smallpox has been eranlcaten.
Grace Oliver, of Pendleton, is vis
Ming Mr. and Mrs. . I-. Borvy over
John Wallace, of Wallace, Idaho,
was here a few days last week look
ing for a wheat ranch. He went over
to Athena Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Adklns buried
their infant son last Monday.
A gauge survey of tho Walla Walla
River was made last Friday and Sat
urday by T. A. Noble, a government
engineer of Walla Walla.
S. F. Hairington and two sons, who
went up to their ranch, near Walts
burg about four weeks ago, are con
fined to their cabin with the measles.
I. N .Dunlap, mother and brother,
who recently came from Indiana,
were In Milton looking for a location
Vut returned to College Place where
they, are temporarily located.
Harvy Demans, who has been quite
low with typoid pneumonia for the
past three weeks, is slowly recover
ing, and will soon be able to be up.
Amos Demarls drove about TOO
bead of cattle down' Into the Hudsou
Bay country to feed until grass
Mr. Clen.ents, tho mall carrier on
the R. F. D. route No. 1, which starts
from Freewater postofiice, is sick
with the smallpox.
Mrs. Farny Betts, of Helix, visited
with hei friends, Mrs. Mat Mosgrovo
and Mrs. W. S. Mayberry a few days
G. A. Nichols, of Union, son of Mr.
end Mrs. William Nichols, was In Mil
ton on a business trip connected with
Among those who attended the
teachers' xamlnatlon at Pendleton,
were Harry Hu'oer and Nellie and
Charlie Sanderson, from he'-e.
C H. Bustler, ol" Grand Rapids
Iowa, a brother of Mrs. M. 1 Martin
is here visiting relatives and friends.
He expects to locate in this vicinity.
The measuring social, held In the
Columbia chapel hall last Friday
evening, was a grand success both
socially and financially.
The bachelors' banquet, given by
the Epworth League In the opera
house on Saturday evening, was its
equal, both societies netting a nice
To Have New Marshal.
Robert Vincent has purchased the
lumber yard in North Milton and took
charge of the same Monday, He ten
dered his resignation as city marshal,
which was accepted by the council.
A petition hes been circulated and
will be presented to the council at Its
rext meeting, askirg them to appoint
James Romane -Uy marshal.
The barn of Mrs. D. E. George with
its contents, about four tons of al
falfa hay, was destroyed by fire last
Tuesday evening. It vas set on fire
by two small boys who thought It
would b-; fun to see It hum.
There will be a Washington enter-
lainment at the DeHaven school-
br-use next Saturday e cuing, Febui
ttry 21. Quite an elaborate program
l'Hs been prepared, consisting of
F.ongs, drills, recitations and dialogue
appropriate for the occasion. Mr.
Mayberry, the teacher in charge, says
that no admission fee will bo e'largpr
but, Methodist fashion, a collection
will be taken before supper is serv
ed, to meet current expenses.
Mr. and Mrs. F, K. Wells, of tin.'
Ferndale school; Mr. ICylo McDonald'
and Miss Nellie Sanderson, of the
Vincent school; George W. Mayberrj
of the Mud Creek school; W. S. May
berry, of the DeHaven school, and
Harry Hubcr, of the Robinson school,
were noilced holding counsel at D. J.
Phelp's store Saturday. No one ex
cept themselves know the subjects
discussed, but It is safe to say that
they were plotting against the natives.
Was Much Afflicted.
A. II. Noblett. who has been con
fined to his homo ever since Uut Sep'
tember with a crushed breast, scarlet
fevei and smallpox, iias recovered
and left last Saturday for Union.
where ho bar been employed to teacli
n term of school near that place.
Barbed Wire 'Phone.
The Hudson Bay country is soon
to be connected with the outside
world with o barbed wire telephone.
F. J3. Steen who owns a farm on Fine
DeHaven School, Three Miles East of
Milton, to Celebrate With Appro
The DeHaven school, taught uy W.
S. Mayberry, three miles east ot
Milton, will observe Washington's
birthday next Saturday evening with
an entertainment and supppr.' The
following Is a program of the exer
cises: Tlag Salute By the school.
Welcome Addrers W. S. May
Dialogue "Washington's Hatchet."
Recitation "Washington Our Mod
el." Ernest Hayton.
Recitation "Like George Wash
ington," Arthur Walden.
Recitation "The 22(1 of February,"
Kittle Martha Washington A drill
h six girls,
Recitation "As Good as Washing
ton." Nnnnle Kemp.
Recitation "Tis Spleudid to Live
so Grandly," Willis Sams.
Song "A Brave Soldier,"
et." A pantomime.
Recitntior. "To be Another
ington," Jei.sie Harrington.
Song "Washington," six girls.
Dialogue "Martha Washington Tea
Song "The Star- Spangled Ban
A pantomime by seven young
Dialogue "The Wonderful Egg,"
by two boys.
Dialogue "Geology," by two boys.
Dialogue "The Miners," by a boy
Dialogue "Story Telling, by six
Tableau "The Floret and Flower
01 the Family.
New Orleans Carnival, I
New Orleans, Ui.. Feb. 16. Carnlv-t
al week has arrived and the city I !
c rowded with strangers from all over
Ihe country wlio will vie with the
people of New Orleans In getting
their fill" of mirth and pleasure for ,
the next few days. The city Is gayly j
decorated, business Is largely sus
pended and polllty and enthusiasm
are abundant. Rex, king of the cai
nlval made his triumphal entry to
day, and tonight the Mystic Crewe of
Pioteus will Unc Its grand pageant
ca the streets, winding up with i
tableau ball at tho French Opera
House. Prominent among tho visitors
is Miss Alice Roosevelt, daughter of
tho president, who is here as tho
guest of Mr. and Mrr. Edwaid Mcll-'heney.
We sell the greatest of blood puri
fiers, Acker's Blood Elixir, under a
prsitlve guarantee. It will cure all
chronic and other blood poisons. If
jou have eruptions or sores on your
body, or aro pale, weak or run down.
It is Just what you need. We refund
money If you are not satisfied, 51
cents and $1. F. W. Schmidt & Co.
Sale of Historical Estate.
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 16. By order
of the court, Mount Airy, the colonial
estate of the Calvert family In Prince
George's county, was put up for sale
today. MIf.s Eleanoia Calvert died
Inst summer, and as there irp about
seven heirs to the property the court
has oidered it to be sold so that it
tan be divided. Mount Airy was
granted to the Calvert family in 111,12
by King Chailes I, of Euglan.i. The
tiact of land contained about 10,000
acres originally, but since that time
about 9,000 acres have passed into
strange hai.ds. The colonial mansion.
which was erected ln 1751. Is stand
ing In a good state of preservation,
and was uped by Miss Eleanora Cal
vert and her brother. Dr. Charles Bal
timore Calvert, who died about three
years ago. It Is ol brick and every
brick In it, bought from England, was
paid for in tobacco, then used as
currency in that part or Maryland.
The walls are covered with Ivy, and
the surroundings aie extremely picturesque.
If you desire a good complexion,
use Moki Tea, a pure herb drink. It
acts on the liver and makes the skin
smooth and clear. Money refunded
If It does not satisfy you. Write to
W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
for free sample. F. W. Schmidt & Co.
"My dear sir," wrote the editor to
the persistent young author, "In order
tn Rininllfv matters somewhat, we are
Inclosing a bunch of our declined
with thanks' notices. If you will put
0110 of these in an euvelope with yourj
manuscript, and mall It to yourself It
will make It easier for all of us, and1
you will be saving something in post-1
age as well." Chicago Evening Post 1
The bones -of a baby arc
soft so very soft that at first
they can scarcely be called
bones. They grow hard in
time, but the period of their
growth is a critical one.
Loose joints, bow-legs, en
larged head and hip disease
are evidences of rickets. If
not checked they lead to de
formities of a permanent
character. This is the natural
result of improper bone nour
ishment during the period of
The child needs mineral
substance to harden the
bones and this is plentifully
supplied in the hypophos
phites of lime and soda con
tained in Scott's Emulsion.
The cod liver oil provides the
element of fat needed to rein
force the child's ordinary
Thus Scott's Emulsion
offers in a perfect combina
tion the very principles of
proper bone and flesh nour
ishment most needed by a
young child. The action of
the Emulsion is so mild that
the most delicate stomach
will accept and retain it.
This makes Scott's Emulsion
of particular value to weak
children and very young
babies who are in absolute
need of a mild yet effective
Pale-faced children show
they are not getting what
they ought to get from their
food. They need Scott's
Emulsion to enrich their
blood and give them strength
to start on the right road to a
If a child is thin, backward
in growth, or slow in de
velopment it will be found
that Scott's Emulsion will
quickly help it. There is
nothing better for babies and
growing children than Scott's
We'll send you a sample free
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., New York.
11 A AN ADVANTAHK
Tfr poor wrltft. In n orile poltoa
cn flo mor and bjtter nork. rtlLstii
this, w ttve much attention to ponman
Mr H our aluJcnt. btcoroe rood writ
er. For business uo, we. lech a plain,
round hand; for protelooU work, rrery
etyle tbt U known. Investigate our
Khooli It will ! Open nil the year! atu
dent ndmlttev any time; catalogue fre.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLKQB
A. P. AIIMSTIIO.NO. l.Ull.. I'lllNUIPAL,
LET US FILL
We can supply you with
Building Material of all
descriptions and save
EL SIB EL O"
Is Manufactured bv
SAM'L I. DAVIS, Y CA
ASK FOR "BANKER" SIZE
2 for 25c
ALLEN & LEWIS, Distributors
13 u ! ldin g paper, lime,
cement, brick nnd sand.
Wood gutters for barns
and dwtliings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
Hy the Fire Insurance Com
panies wc represent. Our
companies stand first in the
Hiirtfonl Fire liiMiimnoo (.'012,250,070
Alllanco Awuraneo Co . . 1,030,IKIS
Loudon A J.ancaHliIro Kliv
IiiHiirancu Co 2,6H,(W
North llrltlMh h Mercantile
Co 1 11,(105,074
Royal lnurane Co 22,807,lfii
FRANK B. CLOPTON
600 MAIN STREET
Physicians prescrib e
it for their most deli
OLD and PURE
for Halo by
All kind (or all purposes.
S&sh, Doors and Blinds.
Planing of all descriptions done
Don't place your order for
UuildinK Material until you have
Pendleton Planing Mill an$
ROBFRT rOKSIfR, Prnnrlolof
1011 BALK AT Till? KAKT 0HKNIAN
office, luw Imnrlln of newijrH, con
lalnltlK TT 100 1)1 g )UJirii ri tw f.b
IBliiiil tut 'ITi r?r.l a hundlc.