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AMONG LOST MCI
(COLORADO MAN GOES TO
FIND BURIED CITY.
,n L, TOlt"S and Al,e"
ti e Fed for Exploratlon-HIgh
Civilization Destroyed by Northern
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Is truly its proper name, for
n i rifle was ever made to equal
a Savage. Simplicity in con
rtructlon and operation, and
great accuracy make tnem sel
ilcm equalled and never sur
passed. The new 22-calibre
Savage Is a marvel for a small
gin We have just got a few
right from the factory and
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? j Along the Dolores river in South
t W,c"' Colorado there u a budeV
t el 1 J!."" . a". Major 15. H.
-Ti , ' B Ulm "welters' Man,'
111 leave tonight for a careful in-
pie. says the Denver Post I
lm" "11 s.umm-r- when 1 was pursu
r mJ investigations Into the his
orj of the ancient peoples. 1 stum
bled over this hurled cltv." Mvs Jin-
lZ.lCr' "a"ll 1 11 t nd
wrn I r nC,Vem1 ovcr tno ),arta at
tl,n.,Sl,ble Un.,il this s"mmer when
I should have time to explore It fullv
"hat I shall find 1 have not the
wilderness and only traces of walls
ve e visible, i ,,, somP oxnloratloriS
last summer ami fnun,t thm iv,., .-n
went down Into the earth and 1
could trace them for some distance.
In the vicinity I found similar evi
dences of a hurled city and I am
fully convinced that a thorough ex
ploration will bring out some inter
csting facts relating to the earlv peo-
i. ui mis cununeni
In Utah and Arizona.
'There are evidences oi hurled
cities in Utah and Arizona and as
soon as 1 have made satisfactory pro
gress in the elty along the Dolores
river. 1 shall go to Utah and Arizona
to continue my investigations I can
not proceed far, as I must go to New
lork City for a course of lectures in
the public schools covering five days
a week for in weeks, nr r.o w turns
Major Cooper has iust return. .1
from a three months' lecture tour at
the East on the cliff dwellings mid
dwellers and ancient peoples of this
country. On this subject he lias
spent 30 years and fSO.noO and ill
clares that he is In the A. 11. C s of it
"In all probability these burled
titles are the homes of that mysteri
ous people commonly designated as
the cliff dwellers," said Major Coop
er. "They were as indigenous to this
country as the peoples are to any
country They were far advanced for
their time In the arts and sciences
growing grain, having Irrigating sys
tems, raising cotton and making
cloth. However, they knew nothing
of metals, as we find no metal what
ever among their ruins.
"The Toltecs and Aztecs and prob
ably the ancient Peruvians were off- j
shoots of these people, but the Indl
ans were not. The Moqul Indians j
may possibly be the descendants, j
The Toilet's reached the apex of civ-
1 Ilizat Ion or their time. Their tern-'
pies show this. Mysteriously they
dsappearcd and then came In old
Mixlf-o of today the warlike Aztecs
mat nan a nign degree of civilization ,j.
in the time of Montezuma, when Cor
v Minqii'-red them. J
Driven From the Plalnr.
for in inferior beer f
Schlitz beer cosu twice
whit common beer costi
in tlic brewing. One-hilf
pays for the product; the
other half for its purity.
One-half is spent in
cleanliness, in filtering even
the air thit touches it, in
filtering the beer, in ster
ilizing every bottle. And
it pays the cost of aging
the beer fcr months before
we deliver it.
If you ask for Schlitz
you get purity and age,
you pay no more than
beer costs without them.
Phone 51 Main,
507 Main St., Pendleton
Special Clearance Sale
All Summer Goods must bo closed out ami
nro tlu means wo aro using to accomplish this end
If you want ANYTHING call on us
THE FAIR j
FIRST AND MONTGOMERY STREETS. 'PHONE MAIN 391
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WE CURE the Liquor, Opium, Month Ino and Tobacco Habits as surely as
quinine cures a cold. Our trcntmci mi clarifies and builds up the system.
One of our patients recently said: ' I novor felt so well In my life; I
am a wonder to myself!" ij'cnd to us for booklet.
j Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
Th Oregon Dally Journal can be
founa on sale at Frazler's book store.
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed b
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
RICO COFFEE in one nonnd Patkaires
& MOCHA COFFEE in one pound packages
ror saie oy all up-tc iat nx.r-
Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder
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Tin- Toltet-s and the Aztecs came,
down from the north. They were the'!
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offsnoots ot me people we can tne,.t.;
j cliff dwellers forced to migrate hyl;
Jjainng tribes that Invaded their
1 country in what today Is Southwest-'
T I cm Colorado The mound-builders are !
J I another offshoot. ! T
1 Originally the cliff dwellers were t
T I a ilains people. They built their
tides raised grain and cotton and'; 4.
T I were an agricultural and progressive
J , people Then the ancestors of the .
!xaajips came In from the north.
seeking a warmer climate and even- j
Jjtiially drove them to refuge In the,j,X
1 4 Hffr- As time passed they mlgrat- 4.
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TheM- ancient peonies, ages ago ij.
'Icit thcii plains homes and time has
com red these cities over and these
arc tiie fines 1 nuw prupuBij iu iini-rs- t
tlgaie That the tribes that caused!
this exodus came, from the north Is I
legend, and among the .Vavajous Is a ( .
tradition that their ancestors crossec.
u Imdy of water. Originally tliey
i-aiik' fioni thf Japanese race of to )
day. ! f i
If money was spent as it should 1 .f
be. in Southwestern Colorado would
be found ancient remains as remark- !
aiiif as any -ver lounci 111 n ,
.Major Cooler will lettirn to Den
ier In 1 be tall.
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pre buyinc; your harvest supplv.
TAYLOR, the Hardware Man
74: Main Street
iit.mnl 1n net a Comolete Roll of
Privates and Officers.
Atlanta fla., July 20 The officers
de;Kiia'i-d by the governor of South
ern tati-8 to eo-opertto with General
Ainsworth. chief of record and pn-
! fcitin iiftix- in securinK complete ros-
leiv ot officers and enlisted men or
tin- Tnion and Confederate armies in
tin- vil war began a conference here
todav to aisree upon a uniform plan
of procedure In the prosecution of
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Ladies' half soles 40c. Teutscb.
Performance every evening, beginning
Monday Evening, July 20th
Strictly high class moral performance. Nothing
offensive permitted. The best of order muntained.
The new Vaudeville park Will be opened on Main street, near O. R. & N.
depot to be opened Monday evening with a prog-am of music, acting,
dancing, monologues, cinnegraph and moving pictures, illustrated songs,
etc. The best talent has been engaged and all will find it a pleasant place
to spend their evenings. Performances in the open air.
Program changes on Mondays and Thursdays
Entertainment starts at 8 o'clock
Admission, 10 and 15 cents
The management Jack Thompson and W. 0. Fecliter
assure the public a creditable and pleasant evening
when they attend the Summer Vaudeville Park.