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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1904.
PAGE SEVEN.
rrPC.t UOUiea mum w
IANV a man has'
advanced himself
in business and
society because
he looked, spoke,
and acted the
gentleman. We
ran't hcln VOU
speech or actions, but we can
looks. Find this label
fllfredRenjaminsCo
MAKERS & NEWVORK
L your clothes and you find the
and the world s tjood
pinion that we know of.
Fowl to fine custom-made In all but
price. The mikeri' guarantee, and
iun, with every garment We are
Exduiivt Dutributori In thU city.
T..r DrnDirc WaRFHMISF
I liu
Tht Leading uotmers
PENDLETON. OREGON
NOTICE
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND
PATRONS:
I TAKE PLEASURE IN
INTRODUCING TO MY
FRIENDS. DRS. L. L. AND T.
! H. WHITE, TO WHOM I
HAVE SOLD MY DENTAL
BUSINESS IN THIS CITY. I
THOROUGHLY RECOMMEND
THE DRS. WHITE AS FIRST
CLASS DENTISTS IN EVERY
RESPECT, AND WILL ES
TEEM IT A FAVOR FOR
ANY OF MY PATIENTS TO
PLACE THEIR CASES IN
HANDS OF THE DRS.
WHITE.
RESPECTFULLY,
E. A. MANN
SHERW1N &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
ONLY PLACE IN PENDLE
TON TO GET IT.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF
ALL KINDS.
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
Fancy Clover Leaf
Creamery
Butter
55c per Roll
at Out Store
Despain & Clark
DILI GEE VO
WONDERFUL
HOME v
TREATMENT
This wonderful Chi
nese doctor Is CkUerl
Kreat because he cures
people without opera
tion that are siren up
to die, Jle cures wltii
those wonderful Chi
nese herbs, roots, buds,
barks aDd vegetables
that are eutlrely un-
ocelD ihi. snows to weilKil sci-
IutoI,"""1- Throuibtbeuseof those
iheMfin'',"11" ,n" famous doctor knows
ewrsntS!." Ly UM I" dim-rent diseases, lie
Hver.kl.ini;.1 .'""l .nervousness, slomstii.
a's. VSirJ'l' ' "as h u nd red of t estlmon
Clients o5?na..1"rte- c" and see bin.
rl'cuuus. HiJhe 5" write for blanks and
THE C. GEE WD CHiMESE MEIICINE M.
Ctoe?Vrtlani. 6re7o.
POclV':riT KTnP, EAST OltSOONlAN
wntinhT I bndle of newspaper.
t.l0?iV"r 100 blc papera, can l
W 25 cents a bundle. ,
AMONG THE EXCHANGES
OF THE INLAND EMPIRE
Idaho Wool and Sheep.
The wool movement this season
has beep surprisingly good and
prices have thus far been well main
tained. Shearing in mnny localities
has been somewhat backward owing
to the lateness of the season but
more large clips have been disposed
of already than were marketed at this
time last year.
During the past few days John Mc
Millan, .Andrew Little, the Butterfleld
livestock Company, Pence & Payne
nnd Brown & Stewart have sold their
clips at satisfactory prices. Tho sta
ple Is much better than it has been
for years. Including the small clips
and wool of all qualities the market
prices have ranged from 12 to 14
cents.
Just now Mountnlnhome is the
chief center of activity. No less than
170 bands of sheep are located with
in a radius of a few miles of that
point. Shearing is in full blast,
both by hand, and machine, and It Is
estimated that not less than 3,000,000
pounds of wool will be placed on the
mnrket from Mountainhomc alone.
In many Instances shearing has
been postponed until after lambing
this year because of the condition of
tho weather. As a rule machine
shearing Is favored over the old
method. Woolgrowors claim they ob
tain from one-half to three-quarters
of a pound more wool from tho ma
chine and the clips are more uniform
and command better prices. The
sheep are nicely trimmed by the ma
chines and are not cut up as by the
hand shears. In point of speed there
appears to be little choice between
tho old and the now methods. Boise
Statesman.
Look for Bumper Crop.
A special fo the Lewiston Tribune
from Kendrick, Idaho, says: "Spring
work on the farms Is being finished
Economy
Brand
Evaporated
Cream
bears the above cap label.
Contains fully as much
food substance per can as
the watery Imitations in
larger cans.
It Is smooth and perfect
because skillfully pre
pared Its purity Is
guaranteed.
REACHING THE SPOT.
It Can Be Lone, So Scores of Pen
dleton Citizens Say.
To cure an aching back,
The pains of rheumatism,
The tired-out fellngs,
You must reach the spot get at
the cause.
In most cases 'tis the kidneys
Doan's Kidney Pills are for the
kidneys.
Mrs. J. Brynk, who lives on Star
street, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
are a grand medicine, as I know
fmm nvnprlr-nrn. and I have no hes
itation In saying that any sufferer
from backache or otner kidney trou
bles who will give tbem a fair trial,
u,m ha mnrn than satisfied with the
results. I sufTered for three or four
years with pains in my back, which
became acute when I attempted to
huiii nvpr nr to lift anything. Be
sides, I had rheumatism or lumbago
in my left arm so baa that i couiu
not raise it above my shoulder with
out assistance from my left hand. I
onw Drum's Kidnev Pills advertised
ami imt si ho at the Brock Sc. McCo-
mas Co. drug store, When I had
'used three boxes, the backache had
'vanished and with It the rheumatic
..nine iiirmiph mv arms."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents per box. Foster Mllburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for the
United States.
Itemeinber tho name Doan's and
take no other.
Ladies' Capsules Gardes
Lady Agents Wanted.
Safe, reliable. Absolutely guar
anteed to cure leucorrhoea and fe
male weakness. For particulars ad
dress Mo. Prop. Pharmacy, lock Box
323, Kansas City, Mo. For sale by
A. C. Koeppen & Bros., Pendleton.
Walters' Flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Food, Chopped Feed,
itc, always on hand.
up and fall gown grain is reported as
looking tine with the prospect very
flattering for a bumper crop of grain
this fall. Tho grain acreage is largo
this season so that the grain receipt
win do at mo top notch this fall at
Kendrick. While
month later than usur.1. fnrm nrR hnnn
for the season being much longer so
US lO COmnietC harvpsf nnnrillnna lio.
' tore me ran rains begin. Those who
1 held grain on thrill- fnrmo tnr .nrlni.
I delivery are taking advantage of tho
improvement m the roads and finish
ing UP Of farm work nnd are hnnllnc
' me grain to the warehouses which is
l causing business to look up."
Grand Ronde Apples to Nome.
Tho Blue Mountain Fruit Co. this
evening ship a car of apples from El
gin grown on Pumkln ridge. This an
nouncement deserves more than
pasing notice for tho reason that
there are few fruit sections on this
coast that can grow and market com
mercial apples this late in tho season.
This car goes to Seattle and from
there will be shipped to Alnska
mines. These are of the Ben Davis
variety and it Is needless to say the
fruit Is In prime condition or It would
not be considered suitable for this
destination. I.a Grande Observer.
Potato Crop Pays.
Charles C, Miles, a farmer from the
Webb Ridge section, Is visiting In
the city. Mr. Miles has recently mar
keted his potato crop which was dug
only a few weeks ago. Tho price for
which the crop was contracted was
75 cents per sack but during the last
few wecl;s the prlc? has advanced to
a dollar. Mr. Miles states that the
digging, sacking and marketing of
hi3 crop cost less than $12 per acre
and the average yield of a four-acre
tract Is 100 sacks of marketable po
tatoes per acre. Lewiston Tribune.
LARGER FUR CATCH.
Other Items of Interest About the
Local Markets.
Tho hide and pelt men will ship to
Portland the first of next week, hnv
Ing more than a usual amount of
those products on hand. During the
past week approximately lf0 beef
hides have come in, and about 300
sheep, pelts. Only a few horse hides
are on hand at this time.
Last winter's crop of fur-bearing
pelts was considerably larger than
the average winter's output, In spite
of the fact that more hunters and
trappers marketed their catch direct
ly, and not through the local fur
buyers. Only one bear hldo was
brought Into this market last winter
that was marketable all tho re
mainder were practically useless on
account of poor handling or for other
reasons.
Strawberries are somewhat a lit
tle cheaper, being now 20 cents per
box. The local crop will put In an
appearance about the 20th. The
prospects are that It will not be as
large a crop as last year on nreount
of the late freeze, but all are agreed
that the quality will be superb. There
will not be a shortage by any means,
but not as abundant a crop as last
year All that are In the market now
come from California.
Fresh green products of this sea
son ore becoming more plentiful and
are reasonably cheap.
STATU OP OHIO, CITY OV TOLIIDO,
LUCAS CON'TY. as.
Frank J. Clime makes .ttb that be la
senior partner of the firm .t K. J. Cheney
ii Co.. doing business In tbe City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay tbe sum of ONI: HUN
DKKI) DOLLARS for eacb and every case
of Catarrb tbat cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
KltANK J. CHKNUY.
Sworn to befoie me and subscribed la
my presence, tills (itb day of December,
A. D. 1830.
(Seal.) A. W. GLKABON,
Notary IMbllc.
Hall's Catarrb Cure L) taken Internal,
and acta directly on tbe blood aDd mu
sous surfacea of tbe system. Bend for
testimonials free.
V. J. CIIHNBY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drugxlat, price 78c.
Take Hall's Tamlly nils far constipa
tes. WOOL IN DEMAND.
Buyers Flocking to the Idaho Shear
ing Pens.
Secretary Monte B. Gwlnn of the
Idaho Woolgrowers" Association yes
terday placed an order for 8,000 tons
of stock salt for the members of tho
organization, says the Boise States
man. The sheepmen win use con
siderably more than this amount of
salt during the season.
From all reports It Is Judged tbat
the sheep will go into the mountains
this year In much better condition
than usual. The animals are higher
In flesh, owing to the favorable win
ter, than they have been for several
years.
AH the prominent wooiuuy-ers are
on the ground working night and day.
At Mountainhomc tno buyers are in
full force and are scouting afoot, on
horseback and In vehicles among the
growers. In the wake of the buyers
are the railroad mon who ore look
fnjf after the wool shipments. Spot
cash is beltig paid for most of tho
wool and the season, as a whole, is
one of the best In years.
Cured 20 People,
carol r. n nummel of tbe 2Cth
TTr.iin,i fitnlpa (Innst Artillery writes
from Fort Flagler, Wash., Trib is
doing ery fine wori among xno peo
ple here. I Know or. iweiuy perHuun
harA U'lm WprO cured of the Drink
Habit. I toko pleasure in recom
mending It 68 a cure lor me uiiuui
and Tobacco Habits.
Tollman & Co., local agents.
Zack is In town.
BUSINESS CARDS, SOCIETIES
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES
PHYSICIANS.
DP.. W. O. COI.K, OFFICK IN JUDD
building. Office houra, 10 to 12 a. m. ;
1 to 0 p. m. Telephones: Office main
1371 ; residence, main 1381.
DItS. SMITH & IIIXOO, OFFICU OVKK
the Pendleton Savings Hank. Tele
phone S01 ; residence telephone, main
1301.
II. S. UAKFIKt.D, M. D. HOMKOl'ATIIIC
physician and surgeon. Office In Judd
building. Telephonea: Office, black 1411;
residence, black 24.
DH. D. J. MTAUU JUDD ltl.OCK. TKI.K
phone, mala 031 ; residence, black Hit.
DIt. T. M. HENDmtSON, PHYSICIAN
nnd surgeon. Office In Savings Hank
building, room 1. Office 'phone, main
1411 ; residence, red 1223.
im. lynn ic. iilaki:sli:i:, chuonic
nnd nervous diseases and diseases of
women. Judd building, corner Xtnlu and
Court streets. Office 'phone, main 721 ;
residence, red 1153. X-Ilny Therapeutics.
Dlt. LENA ALLKN HOONU, OSTIIOI'ATH.
Itesldence, Thompson street, between
Court nnd Water streets. 'I'hnnr, black
1U24. Nervous diseases a specialty.
Dlt. L. l'HANCKS THOMPSON, OSTUO
pathlc physician, graduate A. T. Still
school . Klrksvlllc, Mo. Office, Hotel Dick
ers, side entrance : office dnjs, Tuesdajs,
Thursdays and Saturdays
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
VKTUKINAItY SUltOUON Dlt. D. C.
McNabb. Office at Tollman's drug
store.
DENTISTS.
Dlt. M. S. KHUN, DIINTAL SUltUUON,
Office, room in, Judd building
K. A. .VAUOIIAN, DUNTIST. OITICII IN
Judd building. Thone, red 1411.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FlItST NATIONAL I'ANK OF ATHUNA,
Oregon. Capital, $aO,C0O; surplus and
profits, 1 12.li0u.00. Interest on time de
posits. Deals lu foreign and domestic
exchange. Collections promptly attended
to. Henry C. Adams, prrsldeut: T. J.
Ivlik, vice-president: 1'. S. Lelirow, cash
ier ; I, M. Kemp, assistant cashier.
Till: FAItMKUS' HANK OF WUSTON,
Weston, Oregon. Does a general bank
ing business. Uxchnnge bought nnd sold.
Collections promptly attended to. It.
Jameson, president; Oeorge W. I'roebstel,
vice-president: J. II. hllgore, cashier; di
rectors, (J. A. Hartman, M. M. Jones, 'P.
J. Price, O. D. Oraw. J. K. Kllgore, Hob
ert Jameson, O. W. I'roebstel.
Tin: i'i:ndli:ton savinos hank,
Pendleton, Oregon. Organized March 1,
iksd. capital. mu,uui; surplus, J7.V
OUO; Interest allowed on all time deposits.
Exchange bought and sold on all prin
cipal points. . Special attention given to
collections. W J. Kurnlsh. president; J.
N. Teal, vice-president ; T. J. Morris,
cashier; J. W. Moloney, assistant cashier.
I'llIST NATIONAL HANK OF HINDI. II
ton. Cnpltal, $70,000; surplus and un
divided profits, flJ5,o(Xl.ii0. Transacts a
general banking business. F.xchangei
n.l tdlaupnfililn I r.m .... il.1a.
go. San Francisco, -New York aud pilucl-
pai tonus in ine .ormwesr.. urnus urawn
on China, Japan and Hurope. Makes col
lections on reasonable terms. Levi Au
keny, president : W. ! Matlock, vice
president ; O. M, ltlce, cashier; Oeorge
Hartman, Jr., assistant cashier.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
C. K. TltOUTMAN, AltCHITIICT AND
Superintendent, room 12 Judd block
Pendleton, Oiegon.
T. F. HOWAItD, AHCHITI'.CT AND su
perintendent, Makes complete and re
liable plans for bulldlugs lu tbe city or
country. Iloom 17, Judd building.
SIllUJK & COLK. CO.NTItACTOItS AND
builders. Ustluiates furnished on short
notice. Job work a specialty. I'roaipt
service. 'Shop on llluff street, near Main,
D. A. MAY, CONTItAOTOIt AND HUII.I)
er, Hetlniates furnished on all kinds
of masonry, cement walks, stone walls,
etc. Leave orders at Uast Oieguulau of
fice. T. M. KF.LLKIt. I'LASTF.Itl.NU AND f'H
tnentlog. Cement walks a specialty.
Intimates furnished free. Woik guaran
teed. Leave orders at Hadlry & Zehner's
cigar atore. Main street. 1'. O. box "104,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES,
TKLKPIIONK LIVL'ItY STAHLK. COUItT
Street, opposite court house, dowers A
Sou, proprietors. Always good turnouts,
l'obllc scales. 'Itione, main 381.
OLD DUTCH HIINItY FKKD YAItD,
Corner West Alia and Llllltli sheets.
8. A. Alloway, proprietor. I.a me com
fortable stalls, l'leuty of feed. Horses
given careful attention.
COMUKIICIAL HTAIILIvS, U, U. FltOOMK
proprietor, fine horses, good rigs,
best care glren transient stock. Opp.
Hotel l'endleloo. Tbcue, main 101.
CITY LIVKHY HTAIILK. ALT A BTItKKT,
Carney & Kennedy. I'roiis.. Ilrery. feed
and aalea stable. Uood rlis at all times.
Cab line In connection. Thone, main 7tt.
BOARDING AND LODGING.
TUB 8TANKIKLD IIOUSK, 3I SOUTH
Mam street, Mrs. L. Michael, prop, urge
clean, comfortable rooms ; best meals, all
borne cooking. Meals 2Sc-; tickets, $4.
Till: WHITB HOOMINO AND I.ODUINII
house, tborouithlv renoratrd. Kooma by
day, week or month. Krerytblng neat and
(Iran, uui bouiu nam street, airs, u,
L. Huutlngtou, proprietress.
IIOTKL ALT A, COItNKlt ALT A AND
Mill streets. Hoard by tbe day or week.
Oood table aet. Hates. $3.75 aud S4.70
per week, Mrs. L. Nrff, l'rop, lVndletou
f eed vara in connection, i- ntn, pro
prietor. ATIIKNA IIOTKL. LKADINO HOTKL IN
tbe city. 11.00 to Il.tiu per day, 11. r
Mlllen, proprietor.
HELIX IIOTKL INDEK NKW II AM AO K
tnent. Uood meals and clean beds II you
some once you will ksep i-comtng. Only white
help employed Especial attention gfren to
commercial Davaleis. Mr. and Mn J, 1'
Navln, proprietors
COTTAOi: HOTKL WHIW YOU OO TO
Umatilla (top at tbe cottage Hotel.
White belD. home cooking, everything
neat and clean. Mrs. James O'C'onnell,
proprietor.
VnlrthtTcfvllul!.,; VuUlrflreuitt. won nuu iuold au4 vouiiir frWwc
elf cuts of Mlf tu45 ,dii,tlon,
im
Imnotancv. Lost Power. Nluht
In Book, EM Desires, Seminal
Headache, Unfltneas to Marry,
Evallds. t:aU i UujuoJiu-v
llnnllnn
Atlmulstsi
Sold
ths liram iJ nsn sulers. ttw Ui x. fur l (eb lusll. A trlt- 1 Uu mrua,, to curs ofl
m 'i i'ne'rfree. Address, BlshopRemedCo,,8unl'rnnolaoo,CoU
by Tallman & Co,, Druggists.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
It. T. O. KI.K8, rUNDI.lITON LODOB,
No. '-S8. Itrgular meetings first and
third Thursdays of each month. All
brothers visiting In the city moat cordi
ally Invited to attend. Hall In IjiDow
block, Court street. G. A, Hartman, Sr.,
U. It. ; C. I'., llean, secretary.
MKN'8 ItKSOItT YOU AlltJ INVITKD.
Kree rending room. Why not Join and
get the adrantage of freo bath, use of
punching bag and other equipments. In
cluding library and reading room. Terms
f 1.00 to Join ana ROc a month dues.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. STItOllLi:. DKALIIlt IN 8KCOND
hand goods. If there Is anything yon
need In new and secondhand furniture,
stoves, graulteftare and crockery, cnll and
get his prices. No. 212 Court street.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
11 A HTM AN AHSTItACT CO, MAKK8
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
In Umatilla county. Loans on city and
farm property. Huys and sells nil kinds
of real estate. Does a general brokerage
business. lnys taxes nnd mnkrn Invest
ments far uon-realdenta. Reference, uny
bank In Pendleton.
O. A. HAUTMAN, Free.
tl. A. HAUTMAN, Jit., Vice I'res.
J. M. ItP.NTLKY Itni'HKSHNTS THIS
oldest nnd most reliable tire and acci
dent Insurance rompanlea. Office with
Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN 11AII.K.V, Jit.. U. S. LAND COM.
mlsstoner. Specialty made of laud fil
ings and proof. Insurance nnd collec
tions. Officii lu Judd building, room 10.
FOR RENT.
I'Olt HUNT OOOD FltONT HOOM,
suitable for two gentlemen or two la
dies. Call at Oil) Willow street.
WANTED.
WANTKD -FIFTY Oil 7B STOCK 110(18
or shoals to feed and fatten on shares.
Address Hoi 411, Pendleton, Oregon.
Alil'.NTS WANTI'.D IIB0 AND UF I'F.lt
month to euergetlc representatives In
every city nnd town In Oregon, Washington
nnd Idaho. Dignified, honorable, perma
nent nnd Immensely profitable employment
nt home or on Hie road: something new;
send stamp or cnll at nfr.ee. Square Deal
llrokeiime Company, 121) Seventh street,
PorHand. Oregon,
MISCELLANEOUS.
SIlWKIt CONTItACTOIiS -IIIMU) A LAF
ler make connections with the aewcr fur
business houses and private residences.
Teims reasonable. Leave orders at T. C.
Taylor's Hardware store.
SIX YOU "UNCLF." WIIKN YOU WANT
mouey. We make loans on personal
properly. T. H. (lurdaln, I'awn Broker.
Mllarkey building. Court street.
DltUSSMAKINO, CUTiINO AND FIT
ting a specialty. Prompt work. Satis
faction 1,'un l anteed. Miss It, Whitley,
IH2 Main street.
pi:ndlf.ton btf.am dyij wohks
7311 Cottonwood street. Cleaning, dying
and repairing, floods called for and de
livered. 'Phone, main J (It) 1 .
lIOUSKCt.I.ANINO 11V Tilt: JAPANUSi:
House Cleanlug Co. Work done by the
day, hour or Job. Window cleaning a
spedally. Prompt service at low prices.
HU4 Harden street. 'Phone Main 1171.
OLD NKWSPAPKItS TO PUT UNDKIt
carpets, on shelves, walls or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large
bundles of 100 each at 2ft cents a bundle
at the FAST OHKGONIAN office. Pendle
ton. Oreffon
School District Election Notice.
Of election to determine how In
debtedness obligations hIiiiII bo ne
gotiated and sold.
No tire is hereby given Hint at a
school mentlng of School District
No. 1G, of Umatilla County, Oregon,
to be held at tho county court house,
In BUld district, on tho 16th day of
May, 1904, thero will be submitted
to tho legal voters of said district
the question whether thu bonds of
tho district proposed to liu issued to
the umuuul of Sixty Thousund Dol
lars shall bo negotiated and sold ac
cording to tho provisions of sub-division
C of Section 3380 of Bellinger &
Cotton's Annotated Codes and Stat
utes of Oregon, or tho provisions of
sub-dlvlHlon 31 of said section. Tho
vote to bo by ballot, upon which shall
be the words, "Subdivision 0, of
Section 3389," and the worda "Sub
division 31 of Section 3389."
Polls lo bu opened at 1 o'clock p.
m., and remnlu open until 4 o'clock.
p. m.
By order of the Hoard of Directors
of School District No. 10, of Umatilla
County, Oregon,
Dated this 2Gth uay of April, A. D
1D04.
JOHN HAII.KV, Jit., District Clerk.
IJOK TEUTSCH,
Chairman Board of Directors.
School District Bond Election Notice,
Notice is hereby given that
school meeting of School District
No. 1C, of Umatilla County, Oregon,
to bo bold In tho county court bouse
In suid district, on tho 17th day of
May. 1904, thero will be submitted to
tho legal voters of said district tho
question of contracting a bonded debt
of Sixty Thousand Dollars (fG0,U0U)
for the purposo of buying the neces
sary grounds and erecting three new
school buildings thereon, tbe voto to
be by ballot, upon which shall bo tho
words "BondB Yes" and the words
"Bonds No." I'olia to bo oponed at
1 o'clock p. m-, and remain open un
til i o'clock p. m.
By order of tho Board of Directors
of School District No. 1C, of Umatilla
County, Oregon.
Dated this Zulu (lay of April, A. u.
1MH,
JOHN HAILEY, JB.,
' District Clerk.
LEB TEUTSCH,
Chairman Board of Directors.
urinoi
from I
', orefcarett nioking.
euiniLoit
a,
- Losses, Bpsrmutorrhool Insotn
emissions, Lama Hack, Nervous DeullltyJ
Loss of Bemen, mmmm Varloooele, or CorvH
lujiH tlor ud glJ ,.umne lo syery fum
BUY THE
From
Tho SEEDSMAN
Good Stock of Sweet Corn
Cabbage Plants
Bedding Plants
Panstes .
Geraniums
Asters ,
Chrysanthemums
Double Petunias
Dahlias
Gladioli
Now Located at
THE WHITE FRONT,
217 Court Street.
1. xl '" oa.Y-
A RUNAWAY TEAM.
Is sure to do moro or less damngo to
a carriage, but whothor you nood re
pairing from nrcidunt or ordinary
wear and tear, bring your vehlclos to
Nenglo's. While our reputation Is
widespread for doing all kinds of re
pairing In thu best manner at lowest
prices, wo feel suru that thoro nro
a few good people who don't know
that wo aro unaxcollod In our lino,
and wo want tbem to know ub.
Wo have tho Winona wagons and
Box buggies, tho bost produced in tho
world. Cnll nnd sco our lino of rigs
NEAGLE BROS.,
tho Blacksmiths.
Slnvcr UiiHolIno Engines, safo and
reliable.
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and night. Billiards,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Oood music every evening.
DA8EMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. Depot
The Colombia
Lodging House
Well vontllatod, neat and com-
fortablo rooms, good beds. Br
in connection, whoro best
goods are served.
Main Btroot, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
troets. Z
F. X. SCHEMPP
Pfopttetof
If you aro Interested In Oil
Painting, seo us. Our line Is
complete
ACADEMY DOAItDS
8TBETCHKRS
BRUSHES
AHTISTS' SAl'LES
BI.ENDKHS
SKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLOnS
I rit niiiiry I'll VI'IIIIIi'U MAnmHt , t
stock of frames. J)l
C. C. SHARP
Opera House Block.
if.