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Who Publiih the Work
In Book Form. All
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~ old man," ht
(1 ,wn his pen and
, Bishop's face,
r and don't waste
• no bearing on
tevcr. Now. really,
~, , ; iin to you my per
,H.t favoring the
it li a—l may say—
as v. bite us death.
..... were eoiifirmed
■ . there was n<
it. Suddenly ht
, c the contemptuous
you didn't tell
. tmrlitl at the law
cci se you knowed no
built. Yon told
the same tale you did me,
. - unloaded on 'im.
. < , . „•. \ tin ha ye o' dotal' busi-
I up. He tenk bis silk
■ and pot
dishorn fellow, but
tiiis wi >rld. Now,
■•• ;. • . • ing I but has wor
-1 hristian act
from the Tomp
, figure when
; a nee its value so
V igh an' jeer all you
t 1 can handle
s well versed in the
ras \ an in fertilizers, Mr. Bish
■ -: 1 red tl c lawyer. "In order to
| eai im gainst me you'd have to
• • ti a matter l told to you
- • nd then what would
; - I doubt if the court would
ii i vplain ti private matter
crest - of my cli
d. and if the court
-• iinph show the letters 1
' "of v l Iroad in your section. If
i rightly, I did not say
: - - is an absolute certainty.
h - you'd be obliged to
j between me and the
•■' r a sale made by
forfeited your right
confidence in this mat
is built, you'll lind
he rest of your peo
; •» acted wisely in at
--v y, but you have
ti ti >se to spite your
•• a l<»ng ear title be
lle was quivering
- voice shook and
drel, Perkins," he
a ke in the grass!
. svon't make any
hop turned to the
droop upon his
(3 tigged his feet as
the unlighted corri
ised Irresolutely. So
i y that be almost
l, lso to go back and fall
s and Implore his
and his family from
rhe lawyer was mov
t; m, closing his desk
the window shade,
j sighed Bishop as be
.! . a stairs. "I'm rained!
hain't a cent to their
'> il" Bishop paused
ling like an animal at
\ . ' the steady step of Per
»r above, and for n m<>-
rs tingled with the
:,/ Qg there in the dark
king the life out of tin
tj». . ' :, 'l who had taken utlvau
i: • , »nilty.
groan that was half i
on down the steps ant
;: "' lighted streets. At th*
: saw a cur which woulc
" 1,1 bis brother's, and In
- to catch it
William Bishop's bouse was a mod
crn brick structure, standing on a well j
clipped lawn which held a Gothic sum
mer house and two or three marble
statues. It was in the best portion of I
the avenue. Reaching it, the planter
left the car and approached the iron
gate which opened on to the granite i
steps leading up the terrace. It was !
now quite dark. Obeying a sodden;
impulse, the old man Irresolutely
passed by the gate and walked farther
up the street.
"Somehow I don't feel one bit lik<
It," he mused. "I couldn't tell Wil- I
Ham. He'd think I wanted to borrow !
money an' 'ml git skeerd right off. lit
always was afeerd I'd mismanage.
An' then I'd hate to spile Allele's
visit, an' she could tell thar was j
Bome'n wrong by me bein 1 beer in sech j
a Hurry. I reckon I do show it. Ho\\ !
could a body hep it? oh. my Lord !
have mercy! It's all gone, all—all me'r
Betsy has saved."
turned at the corner of his broth
er's property and slowly retraced his
halting steps to the gate, but he did
not pause, continuing his way hack to
ward the station. A glance at tin
house showed that till the lower rooms
were lighted, as well as the big pris
matic lamp that hung over the front
door. Bishop saw forms in light sum
mer clothing on the wide veranda
"I'll bet that tallest one is Sis," ht
said pathetically. "I jest wish I conic
see 'er a little while. Maybe it 'u<
Stop this awful hurtin' a little jest t<
look at 'er an' beer 'er laugh like sh<
always did at home. She'd he brave
she wouldn't cry tin' take on. but it
would hurt 'er away down in 'er heart
<■<] ially when she's mixin' with see]
high fliers an' money spenders. Lord,
what'll I do fer cash to send 'er next
month. I'm the laud porest man it:
Reaching the station, he inquired
about a train to Parley and was told
that one Wt at midnight. He decided
to take it and sat in one of the iron
armed seats without moving till ht
beard his train announced. Then b<
went into the smoking ear and sat
down in a corner.
He reached Darley at half past 'A In
the morning and wenl to the only hotel
U) the place. The sleepy night clerk
rose from his lounge behind the coun
ter in the office and assigned him to a]
room, to which a colored boy, vigor
ously rubbing his eyes, conducted him.
Left alone in his room, he sat down
on the edge of his bed and started to
Undress, but with a sigh be stopped.
"What's the use o' me lyin' down «1
most at daybreak?" he asked himself.
'I mought as well be on the w ay home.
I eayn't sleep nohow."
Blowing out his lamp, he went down
stairs and roused the clerk again. "Will
I have to pay fer that bed ef I don't
USe it V" be questioned.
"Why. no. Mr. Bishop," said theclerk.
"Well. I believe I'll start out home."
••Is your team in town?" asked the
"The team I'm a-goin' to use is. I m
goin' to foot it. I've done the like be
fore this." „
"Well, it's a purty tough stretch,
smiled the clerk, "but the roads are
(To Be Continued.)
. "I am bo glad." said Mrs. uinoasue
', -that there seems to be a promise of
! a real Shakespearean revival." "Is
j there?" asked Mrs. Buckingham. "It'll
! surely be a good thing for this town,
i Revivals always do lots of good, even
iif bus of the people that go forward
do backslide afterward. 1 never knew
before that Shakespeare was a Metho
"Judging from your symptoms," the
! doctor told him. "there is nothing the
matter with you except the late hours
you keep. You are indulging yourself
iargelv in malade hnaginaire." "Doc
tor.'' said Mr. Gayboy. indignantly.
"I give you my word of honor I have
not indulged myself in a game of any
kind for more than -six months."
Read the ads in the Statesman.
THE EVENING STATESMAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1903.
THE WANTS OF THE PEOPLE. ••• A GOOD INVESTMENT. ... BRING GOOD RESULTS
LEGAL BLANKS FOR SALE AT
OLT) PAPERS FOR SALE AT
Statesman office. 25 cents a bundle.
CARD SIGNS FOR SALE.
are for sale at the Statesman
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
Unfurnished Rooms for Rent.
HORSES AND MULES.
WILL BE IN WALLA WALLA JUNE
10 with 50 horses: one thorough
bred mammoth jack and 2o mules.
J. B. Dunham.
FOR SALE—FRUIT RANCH. 14
acres near Freewater. Or. Inquire
523 Halm Street.
160 ACRES OF SUMMER FALLOW
ground in first class condition. Close
to Walla Waila. Price $200. En
quire this office.
BICYCLE LEASE BLANKS.
——.— -~ . . — _ - -—— •
BICYCLE LEASE AND CONTRACT
blanks for business firms, are for
sale # at the Statesman office.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
A GOOD THOROUGHBRED 4 YEAR
old, Short Horn bull. Walla Walla
College. Telephone Blue 201.
FOR SALE—A KIMBALL PIANO.
Impure 731 Boyer Aye.
FOR SALE.—A FIRST CLASS GAS
stove for sale cheap. Apply S.
Manz, Washington house, between
Third and Fourth on Alder street.
RELINQUISHMENT FOR SALE OR
trade. Claim near Kahlotus. Care
FIVE GOOD LOTS ON DI . iSION
street. Installment plan. Pay
ments easy. Call on B. S. Woodruff,
office No. 5, Quinn Bldg.
DWELLING WITH BATH
I room and modern improvements;
large lot; shade trees: fruit trees
j and barn; splendid location: choice
part of the city. Owner desires to
make quick sale. For particulars
! see John P. Kent. Rooms 21-22.
; FOR SALE FRESH JERSEY
milch cow and calf. Inquire of L.
! GOOD FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
i rent with or without hoard. En
j quire 011 N. Elm St.
ROOMS OR BOARD.
| FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR
! without hoard. Home cooking; 208
South First St.
FOIt'RENT--SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
wtih barn if desired. Inquire 202
E. Maiß St.
FTRNISHED ROOM S FTJR~R EN T.
115 North Fourth St.
vate family. Enquire this office.
MALE HELP WANTED.
explains how we teach the barber
trade in shortest possible time, anc'
best method known. Moler System
College. San Francisco. Cal.
A RESPONSIBLE MANAGER WANT
ed to take charge of warerooms and
office in the following counties:
Spokane. Stevens, Lincoln, Douclas.
Adams, Whitman. Franklin. Walla
Walla. Columbia. Garfield and Aso
tin and office to be at Spokane. Ap
plicant must have $500 cash as se
curity and Al reference. Address
Manager P. O. Box 2533 San Fran
THIRTY HORSESHOE RS WA XT Ell
at once. Wages $3 and $3.50 per
day, steady job. Address Pioneer
Shoeing Co., 1019 Firse Aye.. Seat
THERE CAME TO THE AEILS'
place, l r 4 miles from town. June 4,
two light bay horses: one has two
white bind feet and is moon eyed;
the other has star in forehead and
is branded X C. right hind leg white.
Owner call at the above mentioned
place and claim animals.
<l>jH3T\tjk:jfi.^x j -
HUNTING. FISHING, CAMPING.
DRiyER WILL TAKE PEOPLE IN
two-seated rig Irawn by two horses
to hunting, fishing or camping
grounds. 120 W. Alder.
CHAS. ROMER, PICTURE FRAM
ing. 122 East Alder St.
THE PLACE TO BUY GROCERH2.E
is at the store of J. F. McLean, 124
East Abler street.
STAMPING TO ORDER.
NEW DESIGNS FOR SHIRT WAISTS j
etc Stamping of all kinds to order
at the Art Exchange, 204 Marcus !
TAKE V »UR Ri.iWiRLNG AND
pressing to the Last End tailor. 200
East Main St. Prices reasonable.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP.
JENS ANDERSON HAS OPENED A
wagon and carriage shop in the
building adjoining W. A. Williams'
blacksmith shop On Third street.
ARE OF HOTEL AND
restaurant fare? Try home cook
ing at Mrs. Gabbert's. 10 Boyer I
avenue. White help.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
LA GRANDE HOUSE. LEST BOARD
and rooms. Cor. Ist and Alder.
Mrs. J. McCarvill, Prop.
SAM KEE HAS BOUGHT THE
laundry. No. 8, East Rose. New
help. Good work. Call for and de
BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING j
promptly do;;". Prices right, i
First claps work guaranteed.
H. Romer, 122 East Alder St.
THE GIFTED CLAIRVOYANT WHO
has the host recommends of the i
city will continue to give reading? j
;.t her home, 609 West Alder street. :
T'hone White sf>3.
FURNACES DON'T COST A FOR
tune. The Bengal is the best on the
market and lowest in price. Come
and look at the one Sauze has on
his door, at 112 E. Alder St., Phone
E. D. MATTINSON,
Room 2, Guichard Bldg.
File and Accident Insurance.
Loans on City and Farm Property.
Plate Glass Insurance.
We become your Surety on Bond?,
Indemnity. Surety, Court and
Contract Bonds Written.
VIAVI helps nature f make posi
tive cures. No drugs, no mineral,
purely a food principle. Just apply
it and nature makes the cure. You
can have a talk with me about it free
of charge. Rooms 10 and 20. post
office building. Walla Waila. Wash.
SUIT SPONGING AND PRESSING
Up to date cleaners: work
guaranteed; quick service;
club rates. $1 month; call and
deliver. Suit Sponging and
Pressing Club, 5M> North Sec
ond street. Phone Black 1755.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
Second hand BICYCL-E3 of all
kinds. First class repairing of all
kinds. Low prices.
JOHN R. STOCKTON.
Tel. Red 1751 10 N. Third St.
Defective.—The Patron —Your pic
ture isn't bad. but the drawing's a bit
off. isn't it? The Artist—How's that?
The Patron—Why. the clock says ten
past ten. and the right time now is a
quarter to four.
Joseph iii! Son.
"THK REM ESTATE UHEKS."
ITggjJJg V > Cj E
i Second Street Paine building.
The Sen ( - ite
IS NOTED FOR Till:
OfAI.ITY OK ITS
Wines, Liquors ™* Cigars.
GEORGE RETZER, Prop.
Phone Red 001.
H. J. Schafer, ******
EAST ALDER STREET. Near Hospital.
A «hare of your patronage solicited
.Money loaned on a!! kinds ef
jewelry, etc. Diamonds a special'}'.
9 North Fourth Street.
Wall Paper. DESI t NS
DA INT GUARAyTEED FOR 3 YEARS.
rHMI I All Colors. LEAD and OIL.S.
Walla Walla Wall Paper Co.
Aldei street Opposite Telephone Exchange
PEARL & BODWELL
Sell city and county property,
write fire and life insurance. Con
duct a general employment office,
i Secure help on short notice. Of
fice corner Second ana Alder, up
stairs. Phone Red 1924. Walla
WALLA WALLA JUNK STORE.
is prepared to buy hides, wool, scrap
iron, brass, copper, lead, zinc, bottles,
sacks, old rubbers, furniture and
stoves. Why let these accumulate
turn them into cash. 105 East Mail
WALLA WALLA JUNK SHOP::::
Wholesale and retail dealers
in all kinds of hides, wool, scrap
iron, brass, copper, rubber, lead
zinc, bottles, old rubbers and sec
ond hand sacks, and second
hand furniture, stoves and car
EPSTEIN & YOUDOVITCH
Phon? Black 651. 121 East Main St
WALLA WALLA . ■ . . . WASH.
PROF. H. S. BUFFUH.
TEACHER OF °""'UJ*SSr: v,oM "
Studio 320 Newell St. Phone Red.os2.
T. P. AND C. C. GOSE, Lawyer*
Rooms 3 and 4 Barrett building
Telephone Red 885.
piano tuner. Timer at Whitman
Conservatory. Tel. Red 993, Her
rick Music Co., 51 East Main.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
X C. MACK, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Special attention to ob
stetrics and diseases of women;
also electrical treatments. Office
over new postoffice; entrance on
Second street. Rooms 21 and 22
Telephones—Office. White 451;
residence, Blue 1001.
AFTER 18 YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL
experience in Europe and America
Dr. J. Laurencon. ■specialist, sur
geon and chiropodist, informs pat
rons that all ailments of the feet,
such as corns, bunions, callouses,
ingrowing nails, club nails, horns,
warts, perspiration, aching, rheuma
tism, etc.. can be treated and cured
absolutely without pain. Patients
treated at home if desired. Office
at Hotel Louvre. Room 32. 214
Main St. Phone Red 621. Consul
Read the ads in the Statesman.
COLUMBIA CO. LAND
B. Campbell lias some good bargains
in grain land tor sale in the best bar
ley belt of the north west and at prices
that you ran afford to pay.
One section in Umatilla county, a
well improved farm. 250 acres in fail
wheat, 2 acres in orchard, is acres in
alfalfa. 450 acres grain land. All
stock and machinery goes with the
sale at $22.50 per acre. If you want
a bargain do not lose any time.
Also one section in Whitman coun
ty. All fenced, all tillable, but 100
acres; 1% miles from station; ?> good
springs. Price $l"> per acre.
I Two sections in Adams county.
.Plowed this spring. Prices $8 per
acre. miles from Washtncna.
For further information call at of
fice. Barreti block, upstairs, rooms 0
and 7. Walla Walla
Round Trip Rates to the East.
The (). R. ft N. Co. announce the
following rates to Eastern points
I during the 'summer:
j To Chicago. $66.50.
To St. Louis, $62.50,
To Memphis, $68.50.
j To New Orleans. $80.35.
To .Missouri River points, $.".,",.00.
I Th kets will be on sale .June \. T>,
! -1. 25, 2t'>. 27. 28, 29 and 30, July lath
and 16th, August 25tfi and 26th, with
la final limit of ninety days from date
Of sale. Stop overs allowed west <>t
the .Missouri river in either dirction.
j For detailed information call on or
address, R. BURNS,
Round Trip Rates to the East.
Tin- Oregon Railroad & Navigation
I company announces the following
rates to eastern points during the
To Chicago $66.50
St. Louis 62.50
Peoria 6 4.25
New Orleans 80.35
.Missouri' River Points 55.00
Tickets will be on sale June 4. .".
24. 25, 26, 27. 28, 2!' and 30, July 15
and 16, August 25 and 26. with a final
limit of ninety days from date of sale.
Stopovers allowed west of the Mis
souri river in either direction. For
| detailed information < ail on or ad
R. BURNS, General Agent.
Cheap Rates for Settlers.
I Commencing February 15 and con
: tinning until June 15th, tiie O. it. &
N. Co. .and their eastern connections
announce rates to Eastern Oregon
and Washington as follows:
From St. Paul. Minneapolis. Oma
ha and Kansas City $22.50
i From Chicago 30.50
j Raies wiil he correspondingly re
duced from all points east and south
east. R. BURNS,
Three Personally Conducted Tourist
Excursions Each Week From Port
land to the East and Southeast.
Every Tuesday fer Chicago via Salt
Lake and Colorado Rockies car stop
ping over several hours at Colorado
Every Wednesday for St. Louis via
Union Pacific and Denver. Stopping
over several hours at Denver, oppor
tunity to visit this beautiful city.
Every Thursday for Memphis via
Union 'Pacific and Denver. Car lays
over several hours in Denver in order
to visit the Queen City of the Plains.
Be sure and purchase tickets in this
through sleeper. Manager accompan
ies each car through Special atten
tion to ladies and children traveling
Best and Newest Tourist Sleepers.
Best Dining car service. Connections
made in Union Depot for all points
East and Southeast.
Be sure and select the Rock Island
System for your next trip East. Best
of cv hing.
Write for book of trains. Ask any
Agent, O. R. & N. Co. or address L.
B. Gorham. General Agent; Geo. W.
Bainter, Traveling Pass. Agent..
250 Alder Street.
WANTED —MEN SEEKING PROFIT,
able employment, to sell our new
Combination Accident and Sick
Benefit Policies— original with this
com pan v—costing $6 per annum
each, payable Quarterly—covering
all accidents, diseases and occupa
tions— pays large permanent renew
al commissions. No experince nec
essary Over $260,000 already pa..l
in benefits. Estabished 1885. Ad
dress National Accident Society,
320 Broadway, New York.