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A VISIT FROA SANTA CLAUS
Wi.tRE TO BUY '
Holiday Goods and Toys
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Has stab!i hed a reputation for being
rtfat!I'JarterJ pn-'ihcse lines and they are
noi sirg 10 disappoint trie puonc tms year.
KE HAVE THOUSAND OF
DOLLARS V(WH OF THESE
GOODS NO H ON DISPLAY.
specially imported for us.
A I the newest and nicest
things Toys Books. Picture,
Fancy Articles, Toilet Sets,
Smoker's Sets, China,
Glassware, Silverware and
yCarvins Sets in fact every
thing that young or Id
cru'd wh for presents.
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has hea.dofusand our wonderful stok of tl, lioay GoW and has promised to make ma
persoral v.sjt this year j He wil bj with' us Saturday, December Qlh, so children don't for
get the date. Write out a list of the things you want, hand it to Santa Claus when you come
to the store that d.v, and he will take your name end remembrr you at Christmas time.
, To each l.ttle girl who cornel wth her. mamma and brin her doll he will give a
nice doll hat. lo each, little boy accompanied by a p trent a n.ce iittle souvenir. .
1 REMEMEER 1 HE DATE
REMEMBER THE PLACE
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1308, 1310, 1:12 Adame Avenue.
Mrs. Ann OVaharn it
HOLIDAY GOODS r
WtlERE TO ("tI'IT THEM
This Important question which presents itself once every year is answered below
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C. S. Dunphy left this morning for Al
bina. James Dalton it down today from
C. E. Hutchinson is over today' from
Union on a butineet trip.
Company L, 0. N. Q. will postpons
their regular bi-weekly dancei until after
E. Roisland went to Wallowa this
morning on a business trip to be absent
several days. ..
. Arthur Curtis came home this morning
from North Powder where he has been
doing county surveying.
Ernest Lewis, went to North Powder
this morning to supervise the loading of a
large shipment of baled hay and oats.
George Miller of Cove expects to leave
for Newark, New Jersey, on a visit to
his old home about Monday next week.
Fred Head, of Union, was inLaQrande
yesterday, , In t)i afternoon he left for
Island City where he will visit the fam
ilies of the Kiddle Brothers.
Mrs. Harry Gilham and two children
are here visiting Mrs. Jennie Qilharn and
family." From here they will go to
Seattle w.iere Mr, Oilham has engaged
in the wliolsale grocery business.
' Miss Mabel Williams, accompanied by
Master Donald Coburn. went to Hot
Lake this morning where thoy will re
main over Sunday visiting Mrs. Coburn.
who is a nurse at that place.
Captain Irwin, a large feeder of cattle
for the Portland markets, is in the city
today with a bunch of fat cattle resting
them at the stock yards. Captain Ir
win's feading grounds are near Boise.
Ernest DoLong is able to be out again
after a three month's siegs of typhoid
fever. Mr. DeLong was confined to . his
bed with the fever for ten weeks, being
stricken shortly after his wife had recov
ered from the disease.
ud from Port
land visiting Mr. and Mrs. a D. Huffman
' Mrs.-J. W, M: Aliafs r( of , ,Wallowa, is
visiting the family of C. D.' Huffman of
near this place. She has been to Portland
and while there was operated upon. She
will return to her ham in a few days
Mr. Louden, a horse- buyer, is here
buying horses for the Los Angeles mark
et. He wants animals that weighs from
iuu ro iouu pounds for which he pays
from loo to $150.
The regular quarterly ' conference of
the L. D. S. is in session this afternoon
and wilt continue until tomorrow. Much
imporsant business will come before the
Wednesday afternoon Conductor Jake
Gulling, while carrvina in wood. suffered
ketch in his back, which has confined
mm to his bed ever since.. H. C. Grady
has had charge of the Elgin train.
Adcook Ai'Harrie have rented a room
in the Sommer hotel building and are ar
ranging a show and store room. The
present room, which faces Adams Avenue
is too erowdr d to facilitate a display of
their goods, hence the enlargement.
L. Oldenburg ie preparino "a solendid
exhibit of fruit to be placed on exhibition
during the meeting of the Northwestern
Fruitgrowers' Association which moats
in this city on January 3, 4 and 6. Mr.
Oldenburg has sold his apple crop but he
saved thirty boxes of his best especially
for this occasion.. Other fruitgrowers in
various parts of the valley are doing like
wise and a splendid fruit exhibit will be
made by Union county as well as other
fruit centers of Washington. Idaho and
Pete Tillson has returned to Umatilla
after spending a few days in the city.
The infant child of Mr. and Mr. H. S
Littlefield, which died yesterday, was bur-
iaa wis afternoon. The service was heli
at the home and the interment follow
in the 1. 0. 0. F. cemetery.
The University of Oreuon Glee Clnh
will be here December 21st. The club
consists of twenty members. They ap
peared before a $1000 house at the
Marquam Grand on Thanksgiving night at
Miss Gertrude Biever and Miss Ger
trude Mitchell were the hostesses at a
very cleverly planned and well carried
out social function Friday evening, which
took the form of a snow-ball party. The
guests were members of the Damen
Kranz and invited gentlemen. The pretty
rooms or the Mitchell home were charm
ingly decorated in long festoons of the
stately evergreen, with balls of cotton,
very much resembling snow, hanging
from the branches. Booklets, in the
form of the holly leaf, containing a liter
ary puzzle, were given each guest; then
diligence reigned for thirty minutes. Miss
Evelyn Rohan was fortunate in receiving
the pretty little book of quotations: Mr.
Parker the boiby. In the snow-ball con
test Miss Alice Kenson's effort ware r-
wardd by an immense DOD-corn ball.
Robert Jones held champiorship in , the
left hand snow ball throw and was duly
rewarded. , At eleven o'clock, all were
invited into the dining - room where a
bounteous luncheon was served, then soon
departed with praise to their hostesses
for an attractive evening.
Mrs. Byrkit and Mrs. Palmer entertain-
entertained the Kaffe-Klatch and their
husbands yesterday evening at their home
on rourtn street.
Following were elected ' at the town
election in Cove Tuesday. Recorder, J.
E. Stearns; marshal, Wm. Hancock:
couneilmen. Wm. Alexander. J. C Pixton.
Silver Cake Baskets Ab"uti7ulornamentfrthe tab"ndv,ry Tstwt $8.oo
r 1 r f s e TKf tlltTrThcusthc d uttrsl s cci. . g into more general use every year,
Chafing Dishes Lu' " at ,rcm $7 50 10 $l4 09
0.( : Z ' ThTre are" lanTeT beautM ; decorated trays, adding tone to any dining,
Sliver Trays F- $5.coto $900
ex.. n . -r One of f ciTshouid be in every home. We can suit you in these goods.
Sliver Crumb Trays $2.50 to $550
Silver Mus Thes areshavinz;imgs'goldlined and bautifully decor3tego Pto$5oo
Jewel Cases, Button Boxes These ar9 made of neavy $ilver with raised exterior Orations and siik
Mi) Hii o..i... lined. An elegant bureau ornament. Prices
and Hair Receivers I CQ to $6.00
Si IsPi TP A kOtc An appropriate gift to any lady. Our line will please you. Prices .
oiivci l ed oeib 3 piCCc sets $3 to $15, 4 piece sets $20.00
Pearl Maildle Th Very finest Rosler9 1847 eoodsmada. Priceper set six kves and six
1 , m w- ' . forks in silk lined leather case $30.00
Knives and Forks siiKnimForp.r.rt $5 and $15.00
frirv!rirf C4-? We have them in all styles. An appropriate and useful gift Prices range
S OeiS from $2 50 to $12.00
fllt fllnQ , No dining table is properly dressed without at leasts few articles of cut glass.
Our line is complete and we invite ycur inspection
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nRVllnnrl , " yu lv her prove it by getting her a set of these. Every woman loves
!'r U ' . . Haviland China. Prices wir t 101 nieces
Ptliifnf at A Cnf r ; These are Haviland China and Japanese ware, highest quality. Prices
uiiubuidii; oeib - $8.00 to $10.00
QfgQlgl JQP You cannot syverackers properly witiout a Cracker Jar. Our line will
. ' V "eyox ""V $1,00 to $3.50
Salad SetS ' ' ElegandHaland and Japanese ware. Every woman should have a set of
' $1.50 to $9.00
eJardinlerS ' '' '' i .V.-NParlorlooks,'ri8ltwitno"tonormore'Jardiniers We have them at "
$1 00 to $6.00
ii " '''',',.'.'' . The largest variety and most beautiful line of vasesever shown in this city.
Vases ' v Pricas
10c to $15.00
DlltCh Uare ' - These goods are all the rage this year. Come in and make your selection
Cljilclreri's )t-part ment
miluS) Knife and Fork set. best Rogers 1847 goods. Price $1.76. With Pearl handles $2.60.
CHILDS China Mugs 5 cents to 25 cants. Silver Mugs, gold lined, very fine. $1.25 to $2.00. Also a full line of
Skates, Sleds. Toy Banks, Toy Cook Stoves, Sad Iron, etc. ' , .i w
. By making a small deposit any article will ' be laid away until called for. Make
your selection now while our stock is complete. 1
MRS T.N. MURPHY
HARDWARE CROCKERY AND SPORTING GOODS
ON ALL. WOMEN'S
Handsome Street Suits and Coats I
Very newest and most popular models In the three quarter length coat effects i
and smartest mannish mixed material, In mixtures of grey, blue, brown, etc. J
bkirtsin piaided effects.
$15 TAILORED STREET SLITS $7.50 $35 TAILORED STREET SUITS $17.50
fu 10.00 45 2250
I REMARKABLE VALUES AWAIT THE BUYER IN THE
OUR REGULAR $50 KERSEY. THREE-CUARTER LENGTH COAT, SCU1RREL LINED
. 40 V ' FIR LINED
25 ENGLISH MIXTURES IN THREE-QUARTER LENGTH
20 BROWN KERSEY, - ..
rats MINER'S HEN
James R. Elmendorf yesterday filed a
miner's lien against the Carson Consoli
dated Mining Company for $1000
COME DOWN TOMORROW WITH ANOTHER ASSURANCE OF THE
BEST VALUES OF ALL THE YEAR BEING SHOWN YOU