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I (J ftT K'3 ?L JW JfWJfc3!jtj -4-J A''fn IJV f.v Vl tlvw In the comany of two o.'w ' ' 11 " 'J f 1 70.000 Worft of Men's New Spring Suits at xactly One Half Price They're the best the market affords. We can fit you. Come early while the assortment is good. ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... Positively all-wool worsted Suits guaranteed as low as $8.00 The Peoples Warehouse U'u'i. Mri. 0.unj:r A"U.; .J,.! n..c move inc.) h'T i:orr.;i. at. Dun l.vp cvi.iy na ww p'anwi. Tw fui-n!-tur man an.J hU wum.f.r fa.il.; J M ilJiv-r t!i";P sro.i.i. anl in.-ft a.l of sitartin hi, in a Satt'.; suburO. M"j. Aiikt ariil h-;r fciinbaa.l w.;n; a.rpOHH Tjiki Wa.'hinrron to Ei'.-'viw a'l tlT'r !n the comany of two D.ii.-r whir- v)mn wh ar a!.w mar1".;.! t Japans-", spirit Ea.fer 'ln.Jay. Hn, Artkl 11. 1 not wint to b; innr vieTv.!. "What '.a I'-.ot lift that th pu pth hav n.it a!ra.1y hal'" p.Vu.l.'.I. "What m.".r ra.n th7 now ay? Wliat U ipotv.l of m. Can't I b-; now? Of ciiur; I am happy. M-. A 1 H : i-i fo.-..l to m: bftr, I ar iy '!un many whit mn r to th'r wiv-, anl I a-n virt thar w "t an.r ail rr1"' if :h puWio will It a. aion.'. ltr. A..k: i.rl:nM to .r'.::. !vr father moth-r an4 vn 4:!la.l m ay hr hf p.irn'. ar ar th rr"- "Mr A k: U -TJiw "apah .if ::' ir? iio.i .-ar- of m.. an 1 w.th h:. n'v p.wiM. n I rh n.lt w w.tl both mir .-.r.'.n,-l, urA I am ur tha: t w:U rt-j.r alor. whl bf ir f-irhr f'f c. ha to a.t fir hIp frm anyon. N'o on ha hjrn-.l m I that I ran . Of crttr you kn--jw a hav fcn hr but a 4hor r:m. ; anl I hav-r.'t ha.i a char.? to mak P.fmH.tim Pfopte Are IMmmxl to How It I Done. It's pretty hard to attonrl to dutlm W'.tS a constantly achlnir bnrk; W.f.a acaT'.nj urinary Mnordern. Dona's ICJney Pills mnko work ni.;y cure backache. Tbrty cure every kidney 111. T. M. Lacy. Elfin, Ore., iiiyi: "I ha k.ioa the value of Doun'f Kld n.;y Pllla for at least six yoara At that time I flrt bciran their ue, I was suffir!ns severely from palna tamuifS my back and kldnoyi and waa practically laid up. I waa able to tt around but could not do any wort Stooping or lifting or any m.Mri move caused terrible palna to rallate through my body. Doan'i Kl.Iney Pills regulated the passages of the kidney secretions and benefited me la every way." For sale by nil donlers. Prlro 50 many acuair.tancM. In fact, I am Foster-MiiDurn co.. uuiraio. rot k;n? a."'iuaintar.cs ja.t at pr- - sr.t. ar;.i ail we have bn thr.kin? ab-ut In getting et:!l Iri our nw; horn. Spoti-. fioanl Her Rnark. Jtr. Aok! was the u6Jct of cn-, States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. i :in'.:on -" Japane at the Or.er.'.al l Clioap Lunilx-r. W have some thnt Is In our way, a elan.- or two from hr huban 1 was a!! that was nd. to put thp j!ow spl on hr talk a .'he Marted to mak hr anwr to quetlori. The plare whre he was v..at!ng today Is p:ctu.-qu!y oriental, r ne or two little bungalows are perched upon the banks overlooking the lake, and the interior is purely Japanea. A half dozen Japar.s were there and al though emlng'y paying but little ar. ter.tion them and tr chatter. It wa apparent that Mrs. Aoki was dis- Oregon Lumber Tard, postte Court house. Alta street op- A warm theatre with new and llve Iv pictures the Tastlme. INTTRFNTINC. FACTS. Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons sue WATER ST STEM CAtES CITY PEOPLE W Of U'.Y fotnmMfjWTS fear Sirtrgs Are jng pry and Many Fvrr Prtlng to ArteUn Weil for Xew Bufiy Ftrnd SrVd Fot Sinking Well. (Special Corren-onderice.) AtherA, Ore. Apr"I 14. The city of Athena 1 still having trouble w th Its water supply. A report from the boka of the city recorder wno is the secre tary of the Water Commission show a deficit of nearly $1505 for the lat four month beginning with December the first. The people who have seen the report are very much surpr'sed as the general understanding from the Commission has been that the cost was $100 per month. The people are r.ow convinced that they must do something If the water Commission do-s not. The Water Commission has ben Rallying with the proposition for the last six months and the pat'ence of the city Is being sorely tried. It Is the opinion of the Water Com mission that the springs that have been furnishing the water have gone, dry and. that there is no water to be had from thos springs any more. Some of the c'tizens think the water Is still there and that the the plpos are clogg ed up and the water is being lost Go ing on the assumption that the water supply for the springs Is lost some of our citizens are In favor of trying for artesian water and a fund has been started to pay the expense of putting down a well for that purpose. IX i FAT FOLKS WORKV? Most thin people would say, r.o. Mon fat folks, ye. They have ail the caus-s for worry thin people have, an J one other their fat. Fat mor tifies women because it spoils their ap pearance, and It dlKtr rr.'-n. ft affct thetr activity. A few r afraid of ll. There are few fat mem bers of either s-x who would r.ot gladly difper.se with 20 to 59 pounds If they knew how. Th "how" Is my excuse for taking up this newspaper spare. Although very fw fat folks know It (and those who do are no longer fat), there Is a very simple method of reducing safe ly. All one has to do is take after meals and at bedtime one teaspoon ful of the following simple receipt, which any druggist will rill for a few cents: One-half ounce Marmola, V4 ounce Fluid Extract Cascara Aro matic, and 2Vi ounces Peppermint Waitr, and the trick Is turned. This la a certain cure for "fat folks' worry," for it does away with all necessity for exercise or dletmg. It never causes wrinkles or stomach dis turbances, and 12 to 1 ounces, I am told, la by no means an unusual am ount of fat for It to take off dally. Xfordu to TnfMt the Soul. "7oir ion haa Consumption, Mia case la hopelefs." These appalling words were spoken W Oeo. Si. Bier ens. a leading merchant ot ftprtnf field, V. C. by two expert doctors one a lung specialist. Then waa shown the wonderful power of Dr. King's New Discovery. "After three weeks use." writes Mr. Blevens, "he was as well as ever. I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy." Infallible for Coughs and Colda, its the safest, surest cure of desperate Lung dis ease on earth. 50c and $1.00. Tall man Co., Pendleton Drug Co. Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free. COVEr.YMEXT MAY RETOrETt VALUABLE COAL LAXDS The recent settlement out of court by the Union Pacific Railroad Com pany of the "Horse Thief Canyon" cas. In which the railroad abandoned Its defense of the government's suit. for ! reconveyed the land and paid trepas damages at the rate of cents a ton f'r the coal mined, has set a standard for the value of the lands In conten tion, and If this is accepted by the courts (, a settlement, the government will r'raln possession of lands worth over a half billion dollars. This land will then be thrown open to settler ur.'ler the coal land laws, and It is ex pect that much of the mineral wealth now held by a few corpora tions, will be re-d!sturbed to smaller concern and individuals. PROFITS IN SWINE hi mi mn n in IIILAHU tli (Prof. O. M. Olson.) The promise of enlarged facilities on the Pacific coast to handle and utilize more livestock. In addition to the fact that the present meat supply is wholly InauIT.tlent to meet the consumption, should at least create a good demand for good livestock and epec'a!ly for hogs and sheep.' The productive and early maturity of swine should appeal to the farmer, but not to the extent that he allow the farm to become overstocked. A small drove of hogs well cared for are usually a far great er source of profit to the farm than a large drove that suffers from occa sional neglect EflMfntlal' to Profit. Two things essential to profitable pork production that must oe continu ally kept In mind by the farmer are, the need or vigorous and thrifty stock at all time and an abundance use of good pasture. Pasture, Is efuentlal from the standpoint of a cheap and desirable feed and if it cannot be pro vided In the form of alfalfa or clover, it should be arranged for In gome other form. However , grain rations should be given in addition to plenty of pasture. Breeding from immature storck, or to permit stock to become stunted I and unthrifty is to invite disease and unprofitable feeding, which may mean financial loss. Feed for frame In the early life of the pig, and market at a weight of about two hundred pounds. Additional weight Is expensive and is not to be advised, unless market con ditions warrant it ChooMPi Good Stock. Choose sires of pure breeding that are themselves good individuals. Grade sows that are good individuals may be used, but It costs no more to feed pure breds and their offspring are much more easily sold for breeding purpose.'. Choose a breed for which you have a liking and select Individuals of good length, even width from should er to ham, well covered with a smooth firm flesh free from wrinkles. Get plenty of depth to the body, with goon bone and short well-placed leg.. This type, of whatever breed. Is adapted to the use of pasture and gleaning the fields. The IViulVton Irug Co. Off.-rH to I Cnre ("atarrli Tlx" Modk'liw Ct j Nothing If TTx-y Fall. j Whn a mMlclne effects a cure in i i r-r ror.t of ruei. and when we urSe.i. and from glances made In the ,,.. .... m,,!:i.:Rl nn nar ftwn r. d.rertton of the daughter of th fr.Mnat rwr,Kt that :t wi:, Cft the mer Archdeacon it was ap parent that ; roth!r,? ,f u j n, cuw ril. sh wa.i the subject of their cor.versa- ( tah :. ,,. ,.. j pie houl i be'.:eve us. or at least put Aok! Secure Po-Ilion. our rla m t0 a prar,;.aI tM wh.n we Aoki will soon go into buVnet . fV.. nf ., ,n lh. . . , - - - . . ... - . ... ental trading company. Neither he ; tion. Mr a record of thirty years of stantia'e. We want them to try Uex a'l M urn-Tone, a medicine prepared i irorn a nrrr nT on nr a nnv pinn since the:r matr ag several weeks ' . w , I whose specialty a. catarrh, and eyrr.oon tr:p to hoo j s i.anai. out c u " We ,ell more bottles and receive have been staying at a Japanese M-m , f , nbout ReTO Mu. In? house and In the oriental 1-jar-1 Ton . ,han . t. (lthnp ra. i r. i ii'-y i.i. w-ii srn on the street, but wherever I cures to his credit. Bow's This? W offer Cm BwM Dollars toward fur any case of Catarrh that cannot be fared by Hill's Citarrh Cnrt. P. J. CHE.NET CO., Toledo, O. Wt, the undersigned, have knows T. 1 Cheney tor the last IS year, and believe blm perfectly honorable In all business transaction and financially able to carry ont any obligations mad by bis firm. Waldlng. Klnnan Marvla, Wholesale brogglsts. Toledo. O mil's Catarrh Care Is takes Internally, ctlng upon the blond and moeoos sorfsces of the system. Testimonial sent frw. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Drug gists. Take Ball' Family Pills for coaatip tion. It's no use Inviting folks to the heavenly way when you walk as if It were all thorns. 1 Sy L'11'.! '"" remedies sold In our store, and r thy have; rr.i nni in.. gone they have been the subject of , thorou(rhljr dopn(,able remedy Hex- ADAMS CITY COUNCIL TO (Special Correspondence.) Adams, Ore, April 1J. The city council of Adams met last night at 8 p. m. In the city council room, with a good attendance. The chief topic was regarding a license on the sa loons of Adams. It was voted that a license of $300 a year be put on! them and that they be required to! clean all of the windows and doors! and take out all partitions to that the general pudhc can see wnat 1 going on Inside. Adam is developing quite a noticeable anti-saloon sentiment Buy a lot In Columbia Beach either for a cummer home or as an Invest ment Both are good. Term easy. J Pendleton Drug CO, all Mucu-Tone Is, It would be the only catarrh medicine we would have any demand for. Rexall Mucu-Tone 1 quickly ab sorbed and carried by the blood until It thoroughly disinfects and cleanses the entire mucous membranous tract, destroys and removes the parasites which Injure and destroy the mem branous tissues, soothes and heals the Irritation and soreness, stops the mucous discharge, and builds up strong, healthty tissue, Telleves the blood and system of diseased matter, stimulates the muco-cells, aids diges tion and Improves nutrition until the whole body vibrates with healthy ac tiviy. In a comparatively short tlm there is a most noticeable gain in weight, strength, good color and feel ing of buoyancy. We urge you to try Muco-Tone, be ginning a treatment today. At any time you are not satisfied, simply com and tell us, and we will quick ly return your money with out ques tion or quibble. We have Rexall Mucu-Tone In two sizes, 60o and $1. The Vey Property for Sale. For sale, the Antone Vey residence on West Webb street, Pendleton; also the lower Butter creek Vey ranch, with all the sheep, cattle, horses snd machinery thereon. Will sell on easy payment plan. For further particu lars, address, Antone Vey, Echo, Ore. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Best Goods Best Servlco Cream of Umatilla County We still have a few choice tracts of the Umatilla Ranch which it will pay you to investigate 1 1-2 Mile from new town of Stanfield-5 Miles from Echo, in the famous Umatilla Meadows. Have sold to a number of Pendleton people lately A pleasure to show our property. Call or Address : E. P. Croarkin, Ag't. Echo, Ore. Phone Main 43, Echo