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i CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Beautiful Electric Seal Jacket
i mmUt to ko at $2i; regular ISO to go at $21.
fur- ill Bty'08) ies win iHMraMnwvi pi ijo.
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iu.iAi am 1 K , ' 'I 'vtJB unu iiuiiuM'rniM'is, iet k-
woarun'l Hes, DrM Skirts nnd Jackets.
,11 to close at retiring from business prices.
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I Hosirrl. Kara loans.
, t Howard, fin- Insurance.
. .iik iim II inn chase
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mm. t tin fttasda
iwt lln Standard w h' ti you
I kind" of leal estate,
1 rountry. B T. Wade
ti of eraaberrtas, mt
lm in imiII- at Hawloy
gr BOH hundkor-
mi of fine dishes, propor
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urt-asantl ut Hu-
fH iok tilt-it. lm you uud
t Xou caret
tut it Cleaver Uros. Dry
Cleavor Hros all'
; nuat lie .old
lit, 1X00 to 1400 iKiiiitilM.
tt liirrlaon .lull 1 dutns
I of Cold HpriiiK"
. ut kuIiik mil di llUBI
tan Drr Goods Iton
4rttd seesc duck.
km turkey can lie had at
It Ibi' limes! itr 1 en
lcture tram 11 Klven
tt puri'tiahi- n! crockery.
ritnniii van al the Owl
Hiiuau.! Karlsbad, Koh
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ami uiuer cuinu lh UI
si nil nwi rea
II only tu lusneci
aatil immediately to
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lm FrofeHtor C B. Hor
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. "' on uui
imuVr art the .ure and
liquors at Kline's '
-w.v, v.uun street.
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Dui.i'u -l ' lu""Jia
-1 roues blanketa
"""BUI or u. Tim
( undies hy the ton at Dutton'i.
Bookl for bayi Rtnl RirlH. Nolf'B.
1 'in ton Ih lieadinuiiters for Xmaa
A fine Heleetion Ot iniimrted niid do
iiHHtli ierHinieH 'il K(ie)ii(n'H.
HIk iiHMirtmeiu of rnUen. pice and
MOUM for ChrlHtroaH at R. M ait 1 li e
I'ltini cliowder in purkaKeh. Home
UllBI new and vory flnr at Hawley
ploM, ettnta and all kinds of
('hrlatiuiis RrocerleH. Alexander I
Smokora' delight. I.a Mia, 3 for n
hull. HelllnK nt 2 f'- ti tittartut. Pat
ion eimir Rtore.
A flue aHHortnient of biitoklnt; Juck-
tu for the holiday trade. Alexandei
1 ' pnit inent Htnre.
K. U. Turner nnd wife have hold to
Fred Tante for $4i"ih'. 110 aeroa of
1 mil on the Ttitullla.
(Hyn plu ovale! ooekUklll made he
lm your eyes nt "The Male," C. L.
Mi (iinnla. proprietor.
I'll tine fiatnliiK a specialty. New
ilno of picture niouldliiKi Urnaa
lOK iitn f(.r frames at C. ijliarp'a.
If you are in u hurry for a nOtMTJI
DI I"! teleplitilif It. Murtlu. He la
maklai a ipf laity ot qnlok delivery.
I'ulin atide:i are Kuuriii teed I iut
as kooiI an represented y u -r. yo'ir
money hnek ui Koeppen'a lruj atoie.
Walter AdatiiH Iuim tunc hatred '12
Heron of land In MOtlM M, towtiahlp
I. of Klljah Olbta, pavinit therefore
Kor nail. 160 a'rea of One wheat
land south of Adums Te'nis. f 2u0'
a i. hulaiu e In lilt purehaaer. Juiik.m
Von eun't Ix-at Martin on Kood
tlniiKh for ('hrlstiuaa All kinds of
M iteialiles. orauires, hanunas. nuts
I T Wade has u special iiuun. In
a residence property two hlork from
Main street A new seven room house,
atone inundation and bath, flbUO.
For sale, 0(1 vm-nnt Iota, 2f resi
dence properties, choice ranches In
i 'amas and Hturkey prairies. Wheal
lauds aud stock ranches. K. T. Wi-.de
Wanted, several promlsloK people
to tiuy iTiH'kery and Klussware. A
Kold plated picture frauie given with
a fjo cent purchase at the owl this
'I'he Htaudard (Irocei) company V
hams must lie extra fine, when peo
ple will wulk past Muln street and
no Bway up on 'ourt street to get
The ladles ot tin hiisllau church
v. Ill continue then sale of fancy work
at reduced prices alt day Haturdty.
hceember II at the home of Mrs Ken
nedy. 404 Webb street.
Hofore buyiug t'hristmae preamts.
Inspect the finest line of Japanese
goods ever brought to Pendleton, at
Q, R. O'Danlel's furniture store. 213
Court street, opposite opera houe
WEEKLY GIST OF
NEWS FROM TUTUILLA.
Correspondent Mentions Everyone ot
That Vicinity Who Has Done Any
thing Worth Mentioning.
Tutullltt, Dec. 20. Charles Esles
and John Thorpe were Tut uilla visit
ors on Sunday.
William Connerly has sold his 1901
crop of mule colls for $40 a head.
Roscoe ltrouson is down from Gllli
land today with a hand of horses to
winter In Ttitullla pastures.
John Thorp has rented the Roach
place from Ifupg Brothers for a win
George DiiR(;nn. who hns been a res"
Idatll of Tutullla the past summcr
stnrted last week for a visit to friends
In Illinois. He exports to return In
sun Atkins has returned from n
visit to Portland.
Temple & Wilcox have something
new In the shape of 0 disk plow, with
which they experimented before a
crowd ol critical farmers on Saturday.
The plow seems to do the work all
right, turning a furrow 22 Inches wide
and eight Inches deep, pulled by three
kOfMI Sum, of DM points of super
iority claimed for the plow and which
the trial on Sal in-day seemed to bear
out. Is that It will pul the ground In
a better state or cultivation nt a mm li
e i nditiire ol horse flesh than
the old Style of plow.
Kd Atnrehend, the well driller, has
lit. 'idtcd bis work here for the present
and letinned to 1,1s home In Yakima.
The North TtltuJUl wheat market,
srhlct bud been In a somewhat coma
tose condition, strongly resemhllns
paralysis, for some time, was given a
Jar n week ago by a wicked carpet
bagger from I'tah. who came along
and offered M ceuts for several lots
and piled the price up to that figure
generally. I'he gentleman I rein I'tah
may COW again
Charles Hamilton's outf'.i cume
down from Thorn Hollow to hl Tutu
Ilia farm ou Saturday.
William Caldwell, Jr., .i Pendleton.
whh n Tutnilla visitor on Sunday.
Charles ro.aer. ex-mayor of (Mill
land, wns down from that burg on
Saturday. Om ol the Immediate aud
pri kmii ne i! nt 1 1 ! ! lila li' i- a nickel
ill the alOt I 1 1 t , lit . Wli' l: U cltli.cn
of (iillllaud. yearns to buck the tiger
he has to come all the way to Pen, lie
too iii it li tin mayor.
John feebler is pill chasing stock
Walt! QlUvtl and famil. have men
i d to Kcho lm tht winter,
w. P. Fork) ol Ritter, inn. moved h';-
buntljr out to McKay creek for the
winter, aud kal W turned to the John
Day to bring out his stock, feed not
bOlBi 'oo pMBtlfal in that country.
Piwd Webber was up from his sheep
camps at Nolin mi Satin day. uud ha
got his sheep out of the mountains In
good shape. Some feeding has al
read l ii dime M lielng found better
economy to feed moderately now. rutir
er than have to feed heavily utter a
while to regain what is lost.
Joe Connelly pur-seil Tutullla on his
wui from the mountains to his winter
range mar I'matilla last week Joe
tin t a snow storm In the mountains
lost Ms noises aud wandered arouud
through a foot of suow until he dual
ly gut out all right. A horse which
disappeared mysteriously from his
IMMtUN uhejut tin- time of the saloon
hold-up in Pendleton, was found over
in tin Juniper couutry sud returned
home hint week.
.to. Kucas. of .'.lcKa. was a Tutuil
la visitor yesterday aud purchased a
borne from L H, Wiekersham.
Mrs. William Yobnka. a former les
kk in or Tutullla. Is b. rioiiHly 111 with
typhoid pneumonia on upper McKay
'. W. Orrlck. u former rwldMM of
Tutullla hsi Jusi leiurnid iroui a trip
William tiiihSfiuuu. I, Clove and K
S McComus have just returned fiom
u hunting trip to Swlt.ler's Isluud
The Island hud a narrow escape, but
is still m the ling.
and Cottonwood streets, where ho ex
pects to put In an up-to-date line of
farming implements to be opened
about the 16th of next month. Mr.
Sloan has built an addition on the
north side of the shop Into which he
will remove .lis blacksmith shop. Mr.
Kunkle will live In the house on the
corner of Jackson and Hush Erects,
In north Pcndletm.
MOTT GIVEN 30 DAYS
IN THE COUNTY JAiL.
Someone Stole Hams Fron. Standard
Grocery The Court Says He Did
Wednesday night when Frank
(XJara. proprietor of the Standard
grocery, went to take in his display of
irOOMiM whic h he Is In the habit of
nutting out on the sidewalk II front
Of his store on Conit street, he ills
oveiod that thr.'e nice hams were
missing. Ho asked the clerks If they
knew where they had gone, and none
of them could enlighten him as to
heir whereabouts. Yesterday, he con
cluded that he would trap the man
who was borrowing them without first
asking his permission, so he got an
i lectric battery and attached a wire to
the bum on the outside so that when
the ham was touched the bell would
ring. Nothing happened until about 5
O'clock, when (ho bell b. can to ring
and Mr. O'Uara ran out at the front
lOOf ami DajrttM Hainhurt ran out at
the side. Just as Mr. llarnbnrt step
ped out onto the sidewalk a man came
by and he nailed him. He gave his
name as Frank Mott. but says he
knowf nothing about who had hold of
the hum that caused the rattling of
'be bell. Mott clsims to belong to the
W. & C. R. railroad work train whLh
" !- ii the city yesterday. He was ar
rOatOd and this afternoon brought be
lor, Judge Fits Gerald.
He was given days In the county
It appears that the MUM man was
found &Tttnh by the chief of police and
ordered out of town recently.
It pays to trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
"Not a questionable quality here."
To nnd the vfthMi at thit ttort. Everything shown
is worth the prirjeatkod, You've tome thing to buy
in the noxt few days, and we've a lot of goodi thai :in
always labeled by the one who gets them "Weleonnv"
Otir Gent's Famishing
Oontaine everything of an aMo4he-tiinei nature,
many of which will be of interest to you. We've the
most complete assortment of
Bathing Kolvs, Lounging Etobeet
Smoking ( 'nnts, Sleeping Bobes,
Dress .Slit ('uses, Traveling Bugs and Valises.
Priced from 8.o0, 600, &7 "o. 9.00, $10.00,
$12.00, $15.00 to Urifvoo.
In several styles of Koiir-in-hainl, Teoke, Band Bows,
Imperials and Eng. Squares from 'J"e t ?! 50,
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
Mictiigan to Piay Stanford.
Ann Arbor. Mick Dec ?n Thv
' tally ot Michigan footbnll team
leaven today for Pasmb na. California,
where a game is to be played with the
Standord University on New Yenr's
clay. A game with the University of
Washington Is also contemplated, but
this part ol the program Ml I ut
out owing to the dlHt'ii"! tn Seattle.
Andrew Canicgii has offered !0,
iMfii for a public library .it OSByM
('It v. Ohio.
AoyoiM dusirinK to select u oMft as well il an ornainent.il C hrist
mas present can do no tietter than by buying a Schiininel 1'iano
These; are a standard and high Rrade make nl piaii". hihh polished
and fully guaranteed and retail everywhere for fy I handle these
pianos direct from the fac tory and can sell them :it two thirds of the
regular ptice. Call and inspect thesis pianos and i;et a bargain.
602 'in. Main Street, PefldlotOI,
I rtnnroTf rmr rrv n o I o-o-xtbi VWWV if i
LOCATE8 IN PENDLETON.
A. Kunkrl Brings His Family Here
A. Kuukle aud family arrived yestei
day from Spokuue and w ll make their
permanent honi, here Mr Kuukle
has leased H. M. Sloan's blacksmith
shop building ou the corner of Alta
Just Four Days
Ifore for you to do holiday buying. Do your buying
this week, while the stuek in still well assorted.
Come Early and Avoid the Rush.
as Monday and Tuesday nnr store will be crowded.
These goodl make lovely presents.
HA U IN t ONNKtTION
IN CKNTKJt Of KMX'K
BET. ALTA x W K.ltlt HTH
P. X. SCIIfcMPB, lrop.
Wl IY rav rrnt "' '"'eri KtJ
W II i ' I P
o Home ( o-Operative Company
Will I. u bi vuu a home (or
...f5.SQ nnr month ...
VA'1 larnlS yuu Ibi iaout iu
TT en) nil jour luurll or buv
uoiiic In any lomliiy, ami gy
juu In jeaia aii.t nimillii lo
'MV II bark al II. r SM el & SO
mi BMBtb, win, in, i laisrasl in
i'a ul ilea Hi ,,i ii.iui iluabllliy
SMU di-ail will be ftvsa
Slrlcloai luve(tl(atluu curt4
K. A. 1)011 H,
IViidleloil, Or a.
I ivla II W, 111, h, in It aulliKiltnl lo icwlva
r for luana
liooU AkkiiIk M'muIimI I vnrywliun-.
Help or Situation
THE PEOFLES WAREHOUSE. 3 C F. CiHk-s Kinplojinent Agency
itmmiitHiiiiiiHiiimn imnnini 'I Dimm'nU"1 A'U Httfi.'-
What to Give your
fc, Sweetheart or Sister.
Cjuf'kl!,iUcn '"""J for some ueopU to aiuswer. Iok
-- (l , an Uiii onnj k win nivu
' 'bat ilaine pint,
Nelete, ThlmVlae, Toilel Sets,
Silver plated ware,
Diamond Ring", ('hinaware.
and mauv other useful artieles
K mei liber you get a ebance on a $100.00 Solid
Mold Watch and Chain with every $1(10 pur-
babe made in our store befoie Jannarv 1 I '.ft rj.
THE LEADING JEWELER.
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