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AUUANGK A BIG ROUNDUP
TO EXTERMINATE WOLVES
You should have a
i Iff U;-feisj5Sg
It costs very little to install you don't have
to pay a monthly rental you buy it out
right it's yours. Think of the steps it will
save you think of the convenience it brings.
You can talk with your neighbors; call up
the doctor; sell your farm products and
order articles in town without going out of
your home. You are never lonesome when
you have a Kellogg Farm Telephone.
Our Free Books Tell Everything
Any person who knows how to use a screw driver
can set up a Kellogg Farm Telephone. You will find
some very interesting and valuable information in the
FREE BOOKS we will send you. They are illustrated
throughout and thoroughly describe everything.
Write today and ask for Bulletin "N"
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ADVERTIZED ON TRIP
Portland, Ore., Dec. 22. Governor
Oswald We--t believes that at a cost
of a few thousand dollars the west
ern states received at least 11 000,
000 worth of advertising from the
tour of the governors' special, which
has just ended.
Before leaving for Salem he gave
an interview covering not only his
impressions of the journey across the
United States and back, telling of his
plan to protect settlers from unscru
pulous promoters operating under
tht Carey act, also about the new or
ganization of western governors to
advance western interests. Governor
"The governors' special has proved
to be one of the greatest advertising
features of the times. I was afraid
it would fail of its purpose, but such
was not the case. The train was' met
at every stop throughout by great
crowds of people, reinforced by brass
bands, mounted police and state mili
t'a. Governors, mayors and other
state, county and city officials were
always on hand to. bid us welcome.
The governors spoke of the resources
of their respective states to hundreds
of thousands of people. Nearly 100,
000 people passed through the train
and saw'the exhibits. The newspapers
of the east grabbed every bit of news
regarding the doings of the aggrega
tion anl when a stop was made In a
city, the local papers practically
turned their sheets into governors
special editions. Thus the governors
not only .eached the tew hundreds of
thousands who heard them speak, but
the millions who read the newspaper
accounts. Pur an outlay of a few
thousand dollars the several western
states have received at least $1,000.
000 worth of newspaper and magazine
Practical Xmas Gifts
THERE is an electric answer for almost every house
hold need, and the Christmas present that makes the
wife's work lighter each day is the gift ideal.
See Our Holiday Line of
Electric Irons Electric Coffee Percolators
Electric Toasters Electric Curling Irons
Electric Chafing Dishes Electric Frying Pans
Electric Hot Plates Electric Samovars
They cost but little, and less than
2 CENTS AX HOUR TO OPERATE
Also Electric Radiators and Electric Motors to run
sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, meat choppers,
war-king machines, etc.
Pacific Power & Light Company
"Always at Your Service"
The Only Strictly First-Class,
Modern Priced Hotel in the City
New House. New and Beautiful Furniture. Hot
and Cold Water in Every Room.
NO INSIDE ROOMS.
Rates $1.00 and $1.50 Per Day
Corner Alder & 4th Streets
Oppositt Keylor Grand Theatre, Walla Walla, Wash.
WAXTS CLERGYMAN' TO
BE CHIEF OF POLICE
Mayor-Elect Says "Quit Philosophiz
ing and Clean In This Town.
Johnston, Pa. Mayor-elect Joseph
Caufflel, progressive, who defeated
the republican machine, In the prl
mary and won at the recent election,
has offered the post of chief of po
lice to the Rev. William Alfred Ship
man,, a retired Lutheran minister.
Dr. Shipman has frequently ernes
tloned not only the wisdom, but the
humanity of methods employed by
the police In handling: delinquents
and has a wide experience in dealing
with the sociological conditions here
During this campaign, Caufflel an
nounced that he would not have eith
er grafters or politicians on his po
lice force. When the minister arriv
ed the mayor-elect said:
"For the last fifteen years you have
been philosophizing and moralizing
about conditions In this city. Now
I want you to be my chief of police
and clean up this town In a sane,
commonplace manner. I want a
chief of police that I won't have to
boss, and whom no one else can boss
so the matter Is up to you."
South Dakota Homesteaders and
Ranchers will Join In Hunt In the
Sioux Falls, S. D. The territory
adjacent to the Bad Lands soon will
be the scene of one of the greatest
wolf and coyote roundups In the his
tory of the northwest.
Several hundred homesteaders and
small ranchers of the region will
participate, Rnd they hope the wolves
and coyotes will be annihilated or
driven from the region.
The wolves and coyotes have In
creased In numbers rapidly in the last
three years. For some time they
have been causing heavy losses to
homesteaders and ranchers by kill
ng their young stock. Some of the
gray wolves have become so bold as
to enter the yards of the settlers and
carry away small calves.
Up to a few years ago the region
was occupied by cattlemen and sheep
men and their herds. The stock
men employed wolf and coyote hunt
ers, and these were able to keep the
number of wolves and coyotes at the
But with the passing of the stock
men and their herds and the occu
pancy of the range country by home
steaders and small ranchers no sys
tematic warfare has been made on
these scourges, and they have rapidly
increased in numbers.
The roundup will be conducted
along the same lines as former cat
tle roundups In the region. Every
foot of country over a wide area will
be carefully gone over by the mount
ed and armed homesteaders and
ranchers, who will provide themselves
with such wolfhounds as can be found
In the country.
Will still be remem
bered long after the
prices are forgotten.
Ac L. Schaefler
Jeweler and Silversmith
Guarantees his entire
stock of Jewelry and Silverware.
S. P. FREIGHT KILLS
ENGINEER ON WRONG RAILS.
Ituns Ten Miles Before Discovering
Mistake; Collision Narrowly Avert
ed. Macon, Ga. A curious mistake
happened to the Georeia r&llrnnd
passenger train which left Macon at
& o ciock in the morning. Three
miles from the city there is a Junc
tion, where a common track branches
out Into four directions, one going to
savannah, another to Augusta, an
other to Athens and the fourth being
This train was bound for Augusta,
but somehow or other the switch
was turned wrone and It entered ud-
on the Savannah track, going ten
miles before the engineer discovered
He brought the train to an Imme
diate stop and discovered that only
a short distance ahead of him there
was another train which. If he hail
continued, he would have met In a
The train backed to the Junction
and then proceeded to Augusta, an
STEAL CHURCH'S FLOWERS.
Women Take Chrysanthemums and
Someone Drinks Communion Wine.
Paducah, Ky. From the altar of
the Grace Episcopal church between
services two women took the chru
santhemums out of a vase. They
were seen to enter the church and
leave with the flowers, but the theft
was not suspected until Inter. Ite
cntly somebody entered the church
and drank all of the communion
TRIPLET BORN WITH TOOTH.
Ohio Mother, Married Nine Tears,
I lax Ilorne Ten Children.
Akron, Ohio. The discovery was
made that one of the triplets born to
Mrs. Arthur Vandersall of Kenmore
came Into the world with one .tooth
all ready for Its Christmas dinner.
The three babies, two girls and a
boy, are doing well. Mrs. Vander
sall has given birth to ten children
in her nine years of married life. She
bore twins a year ago.
If go.ng east, 01 -west or south,
have tickets routed Northern Pacific
Ry. Close connections at Pasco with
11 through trains. W. Adams, agent,
Eugene, Or. It was discovered
that the young man killed by a train
In Eugene early Sunday morning was
Bert Boyd, one of the convicts who
escaped from the Salem penitentiary
Saturday night. The penitentiary au
thorities wired Sheriff Bown this
forenoon, giving a description of Boyd
and telling of tattoo marks on vari
ous parts of the body, and the de
scription tallied In every respect with
that of the body here.
Boyd, who was a trusty, escaped In
company with Charles Fox, another
trusty. Boyd was aged 24 years and
has relatives at Peoria, 111.
Telephone Red 3011
Austrian Emperor Dying.
London, Dec. 21. Emperor Franz
Josef of Austria-Hungary, is reported
to be dying and the .end is expected
momentarily. He suffered a relapse
during last night.
The police this afternoon seized
and burned all newspaper editions
that published pessimistic stories of
the emperor's condition.
Denver, Colo., Dec. 21. The mld
dlewest and the mountains are snow
covered. Heavy livestock losses are
reported in some districts, owing to
the blizzard like proportions of the
storm Just passed. Zero weather maintains.
To Lovers of Good Meats
A choice "Central" Roast.
A "Central" steak that's tender,
A Senlslilt oyster dinner.
A "Central" Iiam for lunch.
A "Central" fish or poultry or
der Insures satisfaction.
Phono the Sanitary Market
WSies aid ypirs
For the Holiday Trade
"Olympia" Menu Fortt
Cutter's Bourbon Clovcrdalo
Seal of Kentucky Lacy
An "Olympia" Manhattan or "Olympia" Dry Martini
WITH THE OYSTERS
"Olympia" Reisling Wine.
WITH THE FISH
"Olympia" Fancy Sauterne Wine.
WITH THE BOILED
"Olympia" Sparkling Burgundy Wine.
WITH CHEESE ENTREE
Budweiser Brer Champagne Beer Export Beer
Olympia Beer Velvet Beer Schlitz Beer ,
WITH MEAT ENTREE
Gordon's Dry Gin, Old Holland Gin
(Bottled or Bulk)
WITH THE TURKEY
Tokay Wine Zinfandcl Wine Cal. Claret
WITH THE DESSERT
Port Wino Sherry Wine Angelica Wine
WITH NUTS AND FRUIT
Mumm's Extra Dry Champagne
Golden State Extra Dry (California Champagne)
WITH THE COFFEE
Grape Brandy Peach Brandy Apricot Brandy
We are wholesale and retail dealers in all tho leading
makes of cigars.
LADIES' CHOICE '
Pure Orapo Jpico Ginger Ale
Root Beer Pure Sodas, Etc.
Our high-grado stock was
never more complete in
Nothing but tho highest
standard goods find a plaoa
on our shelves. Wo buy the
best and sell the best and
our many years of experience
enables us to know tho best.
Wo guarantee our liquors to
be just as represented.
We Cordially Solicit
Try This Egg-Nog
Beat the yolks of 6 eggs
and 1-2 lb. of sugar to a
froth. Add half a pint of
I'obblo-Ford or any of our
high grade whiskies and the
whites of the eggs, beaten to
a stiff froth. Then add 3
pints of whipped cream.
The rich, distinctive fla
vor and .purity of our whis
kies make a perfect egg-nog.
PHONE MAIN 188.
PETERS & MORRISON, Props.
639 MAIN STREET