ad to Close at . V-ll. FORGER NO T FOUND CLAIMS ALLOWED BY CITY to nock in shape. First day of ssle very successful. $25,000 STOCK M not iMl long nt the rate it is going now. Cleaver Hroth-r- irr going of business and the- Stock must be sold ai onco d r--, n a r 1 1 i i . r v4.' v i v ia . ww CASH STORE L - i iii . i iui I BREVITIES. A Howard harm iou. lay IIIIWUII1. III!" Ilin u i ,,'.. . - ,.!.. i ..ii nl Mi m i " ' tiW Md prlOM at Hader'a m monv ..... h..ila ..i ii. Til' at Wltln'p'H chin'f on tin $ro promluci at Kirnlturr store. ...i I I . . Ilmiut hi Li . - . it l th- l'Ht plaee to Iniy fur At Hader'-. of courae. . . ., ! . uae Try It Demott'i-. bUttrf alld rlVl!t llM elder. . . ,i... .ii.,...!,,,.) (met Hi' Standard when you belt in the aroeery lint'. . II A n .us in it'll I'M iii' r ifl nl-J am ehoeolgts I amly, Dutton'n .i .... .. .. ii . .... ....i flavor an imii injure hiim-c on- f 1 1 out at t'h-uver llros. Drv 'o.'i atore. Cleaver Hroa. wll1 stm k nuai l- gold, cauilh'.- an miarai teed ;( n-.)t t h'iiii ri'iuimI yi ii g-. yotir M ti Kotppwi drag -tore, bale. 190 acrea of Una wheat nth of Adami. Terma. lt(H llano- in ,nt purehaeer. Jam M t!i. i .u . i. i-arii ai i- not ly Deltln-: an the pun- and pe npaftor hranda of Callfor m. ktMdlaa, llquora at Kline ILlquor Sion- Court atreet. komlii'Mt muu in I'ondlfton a.s tho hands. iin.-Ht. anil otlu-lh Ht-d to call un any druKtflal (tree a trial hottle of Kemp'a for the throat and lunw. a that is guaranteed to eun Rave all .-hrnntr anrl bpiiIh Mtliuin. bronchitis nod ion It I": L'5i- unit Mi. . Tallman A Co. golf asenta llili till' 'olninub of the nruh' f 'itn n wlaleta the nuiakal f Wis. iuii" has hi-, n VOUld Man that thla latent wllim Clarke's !a the ureal- " ' is luilllant author ''! Miss Marie I amour ferine Murphy, who aie . PJM in UM play have rlaeu "fasion and made a htt quite "...1 !. eUnwr romedy rtM line of toilet Hoap Juat In nt HawleV'H Honai at reuaouahle rates at Setn lile'H ham. oppoalte city HH. Wnnien'H Htyllnli Iouk eoata .Juat In h expreHH at the Peopled Warehouse. It Martin for tpilrk delivery an I Rood piiods. l.owst priees Iti h elty Hatisfaetinu In pvlce.i, aoodb and dalWery. If you huy votir i- oeerlis of Martin. Stuolveix' toUCfet 1-a Mia. for hull nU at 1! for a quarter. Pat ton elKar store. Haw ley llros. ere rIvIiik nwin dlahes with cash iiunhases. Call and find out iihout It Twent percent ill 'fount 01 Wedg wood ware from now until Dee. CI. Koeppen's phariuaey. .lust one order to trv my dellveiy system. If yon are n.it satiafted 1 will pay the dumiiRe. It. Ma. tin. Cleaver llros. are crnintr out of husi ness HuiKalns lor everyhody at the Cleaver llros. Dry (ioods store. Picture framing a -ipecialtv. New UM of plolUN tnouUPnKi Hrass Miorents for franu s at C. iiharp'a. Live and dressed Keeae. dueka. chickens, and turkeys can he hud at the Standard, at the lowest prices Mrs. Hoae Camphell will close out her entire w inter stock of millinery in the next twenty days. If you want n liarRiiin. see her. Women's nevs tailor-made suits Just rOMlved per (.pvess at the Peoples Wai.hoiiHi Prlies from $lu.08 t'J I1S.B0, all slxea. Lost. bOtWOOB Pendleton and No lill a Winchester rifle li-70. Model si; with M. I. Ilashrouck ennraved on the lneach Siiltalile reward will he puid for return of same to this office WuithiK lor you yea. waltliiK DM iron to llud QUI that '.here ure MJ ca,i dies on the market pilte as od M "The Palms" Ipaelll pi if e oontu a pMUM at Kocppi'ii s ivk store oni ' The Peoples WuifllOUSc Will alvt' U ymn' sfholarshlp In the Ht. Joaoph Academy to some ,,lrl in V natt'ii. COUBty, to lie seleeted lV the plltro- I in thai popular store On the aan.f terms It will ulso confer upon aonic iiuv a full year's scholarship In tic Pendleton A.ademy. the hoy to ho (rated lor hy the purchasers of Roods ut that cstahliHlimant. The off i la s lil.eral one and the hoy mid Klrl who le.e'W thaUl Will he IIIOS. lor'Ulial-' MYERS-PETERSON at Wedding on Thursday Evening Mrt Stanley's Residence. At the residence of Mrs Stanley, on Thnndnj ovonini ooonrrod the mar- liaK. "i Mi Frank Myera. of Sump ter. to Miss Nettle .Peterson, of Pen dleton The wt-ddfni? was attend. I hy a numlter of friends of the ouple. and was performed hy the Kev K U KIiik pastor of the Firet Haptist chureh. GEORGE Z. ALLEN HAS MADE A GOOD ESCAPE. SpuhomS deck Man Oisappoa.ed an I No Clew Is Known. I Word comes from Walls. Walla that Ocorpe K. Allen, who passed a (OffCd chi rl; In thnt city Tuesday, hud Bsldc I hl escape and that the oflcers MdJ I no clow to his whereahnutr. Tuesdny Allen, a tMMtW a,ipe?.r ed on the streets there :it,; offiied check for fS to a numh -i ol husiness tuon for rashliiR. hut h was turned town until in the evening VMM he , went Into A. Schwartz's salnoii nn I onshed It for Its full face tftttlO. Thr check was drawn on the Pondlet.in bavitiKS Hank, supposedly to conic from Oill lJt-os.. stockmen of thia ounty. Aft. i Allen was Ron Schwartz hecame suspicious (A the genuineness of the paper, and the no un Witt Mtltat, hut he hud disap- J Smith Total of $1,450.45 for the November. The bills of the council at meetlnR were: Salaries and Rents Paid. .1. K Heam. recorder $ I M Heathman. marshal.... .1 W. Seheer. isillceman William Coffman. policeman. P. H Fee. street commissioner H Carter, olty attorney... H, .; stlllman Are chief W. R Withee. fire enalnoor. . . Pmdtotan SavinRs Hank, rent , Mrs. Carnlne. rent . Q outgo Darvoau. rent I Total Bills Paid. ' H Foster ... . I R. nix Mattron Co ObOHO LinehaiiRh .... I R Heatn I L 0. Frarder .1 Frank Hay , i 'hnrles Sharp P E I . ft P. Co COUNCIL. Month of the last T i o.i 76.00 fiS.no RROo an oo UM 10 0 iii o 10.00 goo I Itll 1.M 5.00 1.0) : no 4 N 4 0o COO 2!6 Itf It pays to trade at th Peoples Warehouse. "Not a niHwtknia'.,!,. quality here." A Complete Showing of I o PeareO. The .heck Hirlved at the hank here yesterday and was pro nounced a forgo n Bnd returned to the man who ceshed It. who Is out his cash, hut Is now a much wiser man Tin- same fellow is said to have passed several spurious checks In th.it Dttj two years aao utul made his Btonpe. Not hi nn has been heard ol him hy the oflioors here Ppbiuking co no ft Co M9 J lose oomnany .... Sam OobOfM Mro-k ft McComas QUOOI Chop Mouse 39 no 4.nn 3.21-17.. HAD SEViiRAL Sl:lARATIONS MARRIED THREE TIMES ASKED THREE DIVORCES. Mrs. Mary E. Giilett Furniahea Uni.- aual Record of Marrying and Separ ating. Married to the same man thiee times ami th. same number of times to BOY! applied for a divorce In five ronrii Is the stratiRf and ronmtitl. hlston ol Mrs. Mary R fllllett. who Mate application yesterday for dl von-e from her husband. McMra II Olllotl It Is not often that a woman CM boast oi such a record as thla Mrs nillett's maiden name was Mary Stransherry and she married Ml (illlett SomethlllR like eighteen ears ago at the home of her parcnls near Pilot Rock They lived together off and on for a while, hut Ikoir hap piness began to fade. One dav sne WOnl bono to her moihei. savin t thut she would never live v.IMi h"i h is hand ugnlu. Soon she tired Of single' life and went ha. k to th. MM of her1 erstwhile husband. They were both i a Jealous temperament, and soon diss. -in Ion again arose and again sh wept home They kept rhll up tor thirteen years, when Mr Olllet; ap plied for and secured MV Mini logaJ sepuration I Mini her ltii"l n r.it . They lived separate for eighteen months, and again concluded th'ti lu v were inude for eaeh OtJsOf and WON remar ried. However, as before, their con nublal bliss did not last and the sec onil divorce was applied for. but this1 time It was the husband who ivui the aggrieved one ami the courts granted his petition for separatio-i Thai wns about two ears ago and n vear ago thev were married the third I'tue. This time they stood marital life; scarcely thirteen months. It la Mrs. (illlett on the hoards again iskln that the courts break the bonds ex Istliu; between herself and M H OP lett The case is the most unique lu the history of I'mutlHa vounty Mr and Mi- li He t nr. In nil! on their farm six and a half tulle aouti1- egst Ol Pendleton .IiuIros and clerks f!0.d.) Wiit.-r commissioner 100.00 W. F. Matlock 75.00 P.. 8. Waffle 14.o.i Fred Walters Ilin mi Total bill $1,032.41-. Grand total 11,460.46 ELEVEN CASES IN ONE FAMILY. Remarkable Record Out in the Stage Gulch Region. Rleven in one family to have tl, smallpox during the past six weeks, and no fatalities Is the record of the Powers ramily In the Stage Oulrh country, ti-n or twelve miles from this city, .lames Powers, the head of the family. Is the last one to have the dis ease and he Is Just recovering but ha booi a very sick man The rest have nil recovered. UP TO DATE HATS J For Fall and Winter J902 Special rfl'tn tt. YY put them forth to ploiwp you this Hc;inii in h.its at prin - m xer ltifore MUtJlod Look glggjwhoft, Tlir mort' you got ot other storo's Htyles antl prires. (hi bttttf you like this store. ( Some in gnd see the "IVERNIA" Shown only at Teachers' Meeting Postponed. The regular monthly nun-ting ol th-' Pendleton distill t teachers' assis-ia t Ion that was to have been held to morrow. Saturday bus been poHtpor sd one week. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE. New Furniture 1 have just receive.! g (aiload of the latest ami most up to .late styles in furniture ever shown in Pontile ton. II you want something; new in the luriiitute line call in ami loipQl t nj new (OOdl gad the price are always right JOE BASLER Mam Street. PoodUtOg f tsts i ii tf n trs z tiir mrrmrv rm I n b u t u I o b is VTWVITVTI HALF PRICE FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY 3 We ha n t suid much of (oliterlliIlL, OUT lr8H 2 C lioodh ami we ha' hui jzooil rca-ou for it. ive uruply 9 m i i i :.t. a. i i i. i 1 1 .. m eouiu not K'ep up wnn iiif i-tu;ini , ou ni-ap-n iim- eountt rs so ipiicklv every time we advertised. Itut w- ! havo eauuht up :iaiu and Ut oix e BOft ready for all U rnlll'l. fa Robbed in his Own Office. .1 l.itwtoii. a well-known painter and ib-i-orafor wns nearly murdered in this olty laat evening says a Ihtllcs telegram Mr I aw ton win- out col looting accounts and had acciimulat Od eonsbli-raiile money A man came into his ofnfflie neat Third and Wash ington streets and began talking to him and In the midst of the con versation blew out the light ami grab bed I.awton A confederate running Into the room assisted and I.awton was overpowered and gagged and robbed of about f0 I.aw ton s gfgM wore tied behind him with a win- and were fastened to hi.- ankles and i big gag was placed over his mouth which also covered his nose and al most smothered him lie was found gOgrt unconscious bv Mas Vogt. ly ing in his office and almost breath lug his last when rescued Here's for Friday and Saturday A line of black and colored Dress Goods, prices range from 25c to $2.50, will be cut in two. HALF PRICE. Alnoa Linvol All Wol Ctihigv and BtrgM, black M and colored, n-jrular price :rc, Mile price 22 cents Ow WOOl IftittiDM and French Klunnels ait-also sold al a laii reduction. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE. !mmiitttiininnmmmmtnnmiiiiiiiiiiMtiiJ The Columbia Lodin House NEWL Kl KNIHIIKI) HAH IN ttlNN KCTION IN t'KNTKK OK BLOCK HK'". ALT A A vv I- MIIH'I'M P. X. SCHEMPP, lrop. WHY l'nv " '" inteieat Home ( o-0M'rttive ( ompany Will build you a home fur 6.50 uar Month... JU 1 : t ur l, ! I, ,ou III UHiliay U i , ..a loui in..' is s- si bur a Ii.. mi. In siiy U m . anil fits fun in yrrr. ud I uiuallia ! a i. sa a ih ri ..i in o I- . raoiitii. srliaaal ii.iri In . . .if lull, oi Uilal iIImW rloar daoil alll i lu irl.iMi Inti tlg-ailuu w.uilrt g. 4. 00HH, PmmN1mi, Or. CiiMxl Anuula Wtulnd Kvarfwlurt. Help or Situation Wanted. (. F.CookMiiuplojmeiit Agency Oornr Main aud Alia Hires. PhNDLK'loN OHKK SOME PERTINENT F'VOT S WU stuck ol noods. specially lalgfltgd to satis!) 'gVgf) IMbla want is now ready (or examination, and we I tate positively and with a pardonable degree of r t I . . . . - .1 I! pi '"ai excels all previous etlorts along mis nn P well io remind you that wc give a guarantee with all 0ur Kood, and everything purchased at this store will Mfl be found exactly as i has been represented to you U!l iuods laid aside tor responsible parties. JzriTil lit, . w m LOUIS HUNZIKER, THE LEADING JEWELER. m a am a a . h. n.