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BLTTER HOUSE OF WORSHIP
IMPROVEMENT TO BE
MADE IN BAPTIST CHURCH
., t stock in shape. First day of ssle very successful.
wji nit last long at the rate it is goin now. Cleaver
Brother-; art tfoinK out of business and the Stock must
b told at once.
leaver Bros. Dry Goods Co.
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,AY, UECKMBEB 7, 1901
A Howard. Farm loana.
..... . iinu-!irii flro Insurance
.. 1.--L.1. .lulls illslics Null
n Mte. fall nt tit s
i iim ehocotafM have
Kt styles ami prlcea at Rader'a
. ... i lint-la .. v ii. ma
, , han Hit $DH ptWahUi at
i Firninirt' atore.
gd rui'. iiiusiaru. ill1 iiucai ui
. i .. ..i. ... w... r . i
At Radara, of course.
use Tr n Iiemotti.
t butt i .nut sweet utiiM elder.
quality, at 0 K. Detroit'.
Kintlf "i new nuts crackers
potatoes n i lie Mannarti.
th beat In the grocery line.
tt hay delivered. Leave order
(on reed Yard. Peter West.
ale al i Indl til teal estale.
pu Mil'. llll ,1 . M a ..WU.
- tad Jobn - rh have len
.i imliee aluee the elt
iu ilarl tieaa.
MM Cleavar Uroe. Dry
floaTO! Uros. wll1
lack nttst lie sold.
.i of tine wheat
Jbjmi lull imri-baaer. Jam-1
boi ' IIIX htel lillK hiiX el
u pocket IhmiK far tiue
until Decemhet '.Mat. at Koep-
nrun im. Vim can have then
Mi In' Chl ll IIIU8.
tuiar am .e l i n urc i in
if mIUmi are the pure and
inif nperloi liruntla of Callfor
a. Iiranili. liquors at Kline s
Liquor Btora Court atreet.
11 -uxc I nun .'u to 4o
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i Koeppenn drill Mora before'
aiei K-i .. IiIk discount
an Inducement for early
' ' ii.i. commenced
miir i in niirji i-c
ai loaded down with toya. 1
Wan . todl it-atber goods
Hi . i khiiik cases, awell
III' llln-.- u.l ......... i
HB.l. . . ' 'I'll
Hit l. usually carried by
1 lu .H.. lunik al.iruii l.i
for yourself. I
Candles lix the ton at Dutton'a.
Pine Hue of toilet aoai juat iu nt
Horses ui reasonable rates at Sen
pie's liarn. opposite city I'll.
Women's stylish long coata ,'ust i-i
by express at the Peoples Warehouse.
H Mnrtln for quick delivery an!
good goods. Lowest prices in h
Kutiafut tion in ftftaaa, Rood and
delivery. If you buy vour f.'oeerUs
Sniol.ers' delight. La Mia. 3 for
ball. selling ut 2 for a quarter Pat
ton cigar store.
HAW lay Bros. ire kIvIuk awux
tllahoi With cash purchased. Call and
in. ' out about It.
Just one order to trv my delivery
system. If you nre n.t satisfied 1
will pay the damage. K Ma tin.
Picture framiug a specialty. New
.Itie of picture mouldings Mi as
twnfWJrta for frames at C. : harp's.
Uvt uutl dressed Keese. ducks,
chickens, and turkeys can be bad at
the Standard, at the lowest prices.
The ladies of the christian church
Will aem meals at Hendricks hall
Tanraday. Daoaaikat ii. from ii a.
in. to in p, m.
Mrs. Rose Campbell x-ll clnse out
her entire winter stock of millinery In
the next twenty days. If you want n
lntKiiin. sec her.
Woman's aaw tailor aitrta suits just
received per express at the Peoples
Wat .'house Prfon from lt !8 t )
$12. Mi. all sixes.
The ladles ui the Christian chur h
will oH-n a hnllday shop Thursday
Paeaawar in Hendrick s ball, traai
II a m to l p m
Ootid euouith unil cheap t nough for
aaatybodj "Tin- Palm" chocolates.
H ceata for half pound box at A. C.
KiM-ppeli t Urns s the popular price
If you are uui to ununited. Ret ac
Qaalatail with "The Calm" ehutidates.
Tic i. if ii peculiar fineness about
IBM Ilium! In no olher chocolates at
A bauilsiiiiu null sldebQBfdi very
large one plate glass, three drawers
uutl tun compart inents Cost f(i.V Is
it.- K I il- lieXX Will sell at $25 Ap-
plx at his nftlti
Lost, between PeildlettUI a lid No
llll. a Wiuebester rifle I,'. 7" Model
Ml with M I. Haahrouel engraxeil on
(be breach Sultalile rewaid will tie
paid for return of same to this office
The Peoples WuiehoUBc will Rive ti
years' scholarship In the St. Joseph
Academy to some . ..Il l in U natl'lf.
county, to be selected by the atro' s
Of that tiopular store. On the aaiiie
ternu it will also confer upon sonic
loy a full year's scholarship iu th)
I'eotlleton Academy, the boy to b-
xoted for by the purchasers of goods
at that cbtatdishuieut The offtt Is a
lllteral one. and the boy and girl who
i.-ccne them will be luoSi for'uuatH
Gives Reason Why he Prepoaed Or
dmance Cutting Down Recorder's
Salary from $70 to "
Since the puhlication of the pro
ceadtaaa of the city council in Thur.-.
day's KaM Oickonian s great mam
have askctl why It was that an ordi
nance was latrodacod evttlai Um
salai-y Of the eitx recorder from $7"
Councilman F. H. ClOpUlO was the
father of this ordinanee. When In
tervlewed as to why it was drawn up
and introduced he said
"It has been the Relicts! undei
taadUUJ with the council that the re
corder's alary was too much far tin
work he was doing, and that the flrrt
ol the year it would he cut down Thl
WOUM have baaa done earlier had the
rattOll had tba power to do It. but
the recorder was elected to serve nt
a stated salary and we could not cm
it down until the veur wns out Earlv
last spring a water commission was
appointed and they took the work
xxhitli heretofore had been on the
shoulders of the recorder Hefot
then the recorder hatl to act as su
porta tendeat, col led the rents, ami
kc. p the luniks i he work wa1- wort '1
$7o until this was taken out of hl.
bunds, and now all that ha has to do It
to act as dark of the council and
issue city licenses This ouaht not
tn OCOUpy more than fle days of hli
tine durlajj the whole month, and WO
think tliul BJI Ik aaOBfh for the work
In will have to perform If the pres
ent recorder does not wish to serve
for the salary Indicated in the ordi
nance, ii man inn he found that will
he slad to do so This move was
made simply as a mutter of aooaaBVJ
ami xx 111 he a sax ilia to the city o
. $5 a year "
LINE-UP OF THE TEAMS.
Men Who Played in Today's Cams of
This afternoon's football gume was
so late that it is impossible to gLv
any particulars of the Ratio TI"
llao up is as foUowo:
High School At-attciiix
Wxrit k I. K. R PraOBM
Bakar U T. H CargiM
llurtman L.O. ft Hailey
Arnspiger C 8hlck
Taylor R.O.L liambl'i
Williams R T I KenneJx
Milarkex R K I Strand
fluid L H R. Sulllvo i
M. Carty. R H L. Blusher
t upt Wx i ii I Q Pi-nlaud
Cm mo V B Cap! Hi. I
Substitutes High School Nell I
Downey and Wells Academy Raaah
Marriage licenses wire issued tb's I
forenoon to Klias (ill lis and BilxabeCt
Reynolds an I Jesse C Roy OS slid Ida
Ruse, all of tins county
About $1200 to be Expended Begin
ning Next March.
The Baptist church people haxc
plans drawn nnd are makins arrange
mints for the improvement of thei:
church. The front will 00 torn out.
and farina Alta street, a large fan
WladOW will placetl A "T" will
ha limit on the west side extending
out ttx Johnson street, with 1 toxi.
ami entrance In the cornet tin tie
east a nine ftot projection will I
built for tht- pulpit, baptlstrx and
choir The scats will be turiu A
around to face the east in a i in ,c
ami a furnace xvlll bo put Iteneath I i
heat the house. This remodeling will
cost ahout $120 ami xvhen flnlshe.l
the w ill have just the same as a lie ,x
bouse of worship the work will com
mence about the first Of March
THEY THINK THEY'RE SAPG
SOME MORE OF THOSE
It pays to trasle at the People Warehouse
"Not a tiucstlonahle quality here."
A Complete Showing of
HAVE VOUR ANIMALS HERE
NEXT MARKET DAY
OCCURS DECEMBER 10.
Efforts Made to Have Buyers Presert
The Pendleton Commercial associa
tion are making arrangements for tie
Beat miiiket day which is to be the
1 0th Inst It Is hoped that this will
be more of a success than tornter . f
torts, although they have not by an;.
BOBBS been a failure and the (MOOCH
Hon was very well pltaatd with WBBt
they accomplished at the two former
market days Letter buxc been sent
to horse buyers and investors In till
ferent parts m the niuntx iuformlni:
thata of lad date of the aaJa ami it is
Oipoctad that plenty at buyers will hi
hen- lot nil the stock that may be
brought in. Hcwavar, the fanaor who
brings in horses should roaiomhof thai
it is essential that they be In a condi
tion to sell ami If the horses that are
not iu good condition anil do not find
ready sab- It is became the- wer
not fit to have been ,. laced on the
market. The association hopes tba.
the farmers wil! do -ll in their power
to help them In inakin.- this mark
daj a success for it will take their
operation lo make it s r
Writers Send Them Agstn and Exhibit
Those who thought the auonyiuou i
letter xx liters had left the Held and
stoppetl annoying the good people of
Pendleton, were far wrong, for again
In the last two or three days the b"
ban have bobbed up as serenely B
ex ei ami are again busy Informing
wives of the things their
hax e been lining
Theae last letters arc
saOM line as that ol tBOBO
sent and carry the same
thought IhroiiKh them oalf that they
come out with holder statements, .f
possible, than formerly, showing th.t
the writers arc getting more conf
daaet IhaamOITOl and that they
think Ihatr identity Is not known and
cannot be found out
No company that we have ever
heard of has ever come to this city
with such favorable comments as "A
Wise Woman " Tiny have the iinan
imotts Indorsement of the press, and
this you may rest aaBBfad will he
your only chance to sec this superior
company as they make but few stops
suing from New York to San Ktbii
Cisco We baxe no doubt of their sue
For Fall and Winter 1902
ggweift effort!, W.- put them forth to ploiwe yu
Ibis Nffjoa in bati il prioiw ntvtf befbw tqiMlltd
i.t.ok alatwbrf, Tin- more you mm of other ton I
styles ami prices, the hetter you like this ttore,
( Joint in tnd see the
Shown only at
THE PEOPLtiS WAREHOUSE.
1 liave just raeaivad I (arload of the latest ami must
Up tO date styles in furniture ever shown in IVmlle
ton. Jf you want tsMtMthiafl new in the (umitura
line call in and inspect M) new goodl ami tin- tn t s
are always fight
Main Street, I't-ntllctnn
'If TTS'tf JTB'BTf o"B'0 dTfl BlfTTiy 0"B"'sTrlTf'O'tf B ITB 9 J Tit s" t
t FRIDAY and SATURDAY I
We bftvn'l saitl muofa of late concerning our tlresn
efot.ds and we have hail good reason for it, we limply
couM not kaop up with the ddmard; you olaorod the
oounton 10 quickly v ery timi we idvortiMd. But we
liavo eauglit uj tgwD ami Iff 0001 BlOft rea'iy for all
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.
Al-oa Um Oi All Wool QtihoJOffO Mad 1'igen, hlaek
ami ooloftd, regular price 350, nale price.
I ur wool niiotinfl aiel Kienih Flannele are also told 3
at large reduction! 3
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE, i
NEWLV Kl K. i -1 1 1 1 1
li. K I N i i M s hi TION
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Bl r. A 1,'I'A A WKItH H TH
P. X. SCHEMPP, Prop.
WHY ''" " "r ln rcstp
MSN I HS
H Home ( o-Operdtivc ( omptn
Will bud J you a home fur
..15.5Q uor Wonth...
flttllltli OU lr Uiui" In
nay off yoor atertasi bar
bom in sny i... .".i, sad ...
you 1 mis ami i uii.uihs ui
lf II bi B SI lh ran- ,,l -imi
unci I. illemi iiiism.i In
Base ef dealt m leial ii.i.iiu,
inar l.t will b gi.au
Slrlt-tssi Inrrallssllou iuurls.1
ft. 4. UOIIM.
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OOOSl V(eits WiaulMl Kvairy wliatrv.
Help or Situation
C. F.Cook's Hiiipliijfiiieiil Agency
Oaraai Mala aad aim ntrH.
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iliitfa i i' s i ' t t &. c 'u t (mi a
Uin I bony Toilet ware now on display at our
r I !e-8e gooda are Genuine Ebony all the
r through, not half booiy and OMM other kind
Wtl'ii lint tnaS a ol.,i...l -
. Moi on puneii amor.
"e Imitation is in town but we do not keep it.
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-a uor lB IOI I HI I 1 I I s M t " I 1 1 I II UIHI UICII
"pariMu, iUlfj vou ,.an ,ea(JiJy 8W4j where the
bony is loeated.
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THE LEADING JEWELER. I