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iv the nda of our customers. Low prices
r ":l ue (111 !' line ol
Fir Goods. Slipper. Suits.
igtg, Rubber?, Hats.
Pressing Sacks, Arctics, Etc.
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nrtnt.n tor a
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Others ironi $20 to $30.
fa Discount tor Cash until )anuar 1902.
nt i aipiMs. Kitus, I.iur.tiul Silk Curtaini ami
freatl) rtduceil pricei (oi .il . Wall Papal
I at i ust
THE CARPET MAN.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
i WILBUR KIRWIN COMPANY
In the Afternoon Will Be a Matinee,
and at Night an Operatic Produc
tion. Which Will Be Full of Mirth
Tin WltbnrKlrwln company, whlefe
eppeara Chrletmaa iiny afternoon
'and evening - at the Hrnzcr. put OB
prod net Ions of the ope ms la their
; r pi irtolr, rtOl slipshod reprosentn
ttona, imt production! in Btrery aenaa
that the term Implies. It takes 17.".
i trunka tfi hold hi' wardrobe of the
wnimr Kit-win Opera rompanjr, ami
no two operas are dressed alike, a
complete change of dress being made
tor 'aeii production Tki Wilbur
Klrwltt Opera company carrlea the
lamest and Inst rained chorus on
the itAgl today, It is composed of 4"
rresh yontl rotcee, and the feminine
i portion of it is pretty and ahapet) i
in fart, th Wllbnra have always been
noted for tin ir handaome Eiris. ami
this aeaaoa Mannccr Wllluir has out
I done even himself III this respect
At tlie request of mimv of his pat
rons. Mnnaper Wllluir hns revived
the beautiful ipectarnlar marches
Which were formerly so ':- f r :' a
feature of the performances of this
company, and reproduced with mar
velous lighting ami coatntnlna effect
Several of these marchei win be
pi ven tomorrow nlcht Bl Kraor's
"The Burgomaster' Friday.
"Tin Burgomeater" is announced
for a return engagement al he Praaer
Opera House Krlda. the 27th. Tin
company thai win appear here in
much larger than the one seen last
season us It represents the pick nf
the two orgsalaatlonf thai proee.ted
the piece last year and comprises
Herbert Hawthorn, tin mi final nun:
oniastei and one of the most nele
brated Gorauui comedlana on the
state today and who Is ahly second-
ed bj Eugene Randfnrd, another Oar
man median of unusual distinction
Rut on tins special Chrlatnau day
lust year there was an air of Kieat
bid aupreaaed excitement in a Royal
Family." One met the queen In her
lonn court town, atrnggtlng with her
train over one arm and a huire pack
age it the other gtoptfll her way to
i he "property room.'1
Thi u the cardinal, in his scarlet
siii. ini.es Kutitiiy concealtai lon
bo Othera ol the royal Family were
sr. 11 alonfl the dart, passage carrying
parrela to the property room, from
which the) emerged With smillnc hap
As the curtain fell upon the final
tableau ol the play, with the eattrt
i assembled there was not the us
ual riisli tni tlx drcsslns-rooms
Everyone remained on the stage, and
the princess. taklnf the tiny prince h
tin hand, explained that she had re
celved a lettei from Santa Clans to
say thai h( Would visit the theatr.
Hardly araa the explanation made
when on came Santa Clause Imperaon
ated i x tin prone rt) man. drawing In
a moat wondrous Ohtiatnuu tret . load'
wltl alfti and caadj and fairy
The poor littl, actor for whom all
this k) luni been prepared by his
gr wn rrlenda was too stunned to
apeak Uvea after a formal Introduc
tlon to Santa Claui and his assurance
to the little ho that all tin tree was
ins ih, reallaatlon came alowly and
in anve faint utile squeals m joy as
tic undreamed ni loya were shown to
him, 'h 'in wonderful wagona that
w ! arl) across the stage when
wound mi and lh fnnnj animals that
JnmMd about all by themselves.
The child'" dei tin mew and caught
the v hole company What a sight It
would have he n for the audience
leavluR tht tbeatet could the) have
'. on tl" other siil. of the curtain
Phri was the entire conrl of Oaron
ling. in iirlnci . princess, cardinal.
com tiers ambaaaador ladles in
waltlna ail with their gordeona raf
ment, playlni like children with the
Some Were oil fllelf hands III.;
01 R BARGAINS in ( HRISTM - GOODS, md
alto our apeciil prices on Cl 0TH1NG i J Kaavj
goodii hav kept ut mt the jump . 1 1 .ist a k. and we
i ap i t t.i he .is busy .ill this i ek
cv ei Itefore have we dona so niticlt bttaiiii ia aa dui
ina the past two weeka, and thai laei aaauti i I s thai
tint good art priced riubt. .mil if "i vili come into
mir st. i, ami lo.'k cner our sto. k. N Ol' will b on
vinced that you can do hettef at oui atore than am
plat i in town.
We are continuing out Special .! on ( inciting
and if you want a BARGAIN in aSUlToi OVER
l 0l iloti t x ait loo ioiim. Imt i i M I A I ONCE
P Where Whole Families can Trade
tes can Trade
Frazer Opera House.
I link.-' . I . .
lai Welt b, Le tl Maaegi t.
r.y sic,mbI arnuigetuenU the manage'
m (Tea dT rp
FOR THE BOYS
$5 Tool Chests
IT W. J. CLARKE & CO.'S
HEAD 'i h rER8 KOH
liters Table Cutlery, Carvers
Skates and Sleds.
. I . social III I
WILBUR KIRWIN OPERA CO.
V.MAi M ri n BK and MC1H I
Wednesday. December 25th.
This rani pan j i neideted I he tinei in Anieriua hui has 0 lewiple. M.ir
pretty girl hudeooie eceuery, goig laeoatuiiMai womlenul llghi
etfW'U iliiin any otiiei . itiipMt.v
M MAH MATIN Kl I IM y I Ilk 1)1 11 I
I'liat 'liaruiliiK ttpera J 1 1 1 I Ijll I
v inn- Kvenlun
i M i it M i PION
Boe present la uri e i Uitnke t li. to 1 1.- Kvenlng pef
fin uiNii.e hi ,l , Wki foi tin. coinpioijhiituil t'otj will re eivi Iilhgid
amwaeilli 111 St'iiti on aie al h iiei ' Itiidgfltore. Mat n pi i, c-, .' ,u 11 '
Kvwnlog ptii ' o and i tst.
Carrtagea would ordered fur lOtntlp. ni,
whose portrayal ol 'Doodle van
Kttll." Is olle ol tin li it r- ol III) pi. ei
Qeorai Hroderlck wll Iplaj his old
pari oi i In- Harlem Spider ami has a
i.ew collection ol "tough girls' thul
sends his pari along wttb ll
lliiriN de i orme, tin popuiui ratnu
opera comedian port 1 1 1 R
1 .. i 'on the brok in 1I11 1
li .ti.i that b alvei this
SULTRY and EGGS
tnational Poultry Pood makea them.
Beef Mi give (ham Savor,
Clamshell make them solid.
Mica rii ai la digestion.
I a iaropla,
C F. COLESWORTHY,
centrlt chawter a oa..t mid sotrii u
humor 'hat makea II 1 the moel
liidlcions bill ut co et . Will It
I'etiu Au.'v l.ynam and .1 I Mar
ray are still in tin east us is daint)
Bdlth Verrlngton, who iiortrayal ";
liil Madelln wlnthrop. coni len
be one oi the handaonjeal girk oa
atage. eaarl the part of -v
gpluiger alao iadk Btocktoi
Wesiei 11 1 emodk am of marl
pi oiiiiueni . w il play ' In ' " " "I"
ami nameroua others not lorgetl
The Player' OkekMnta.
r' . 1 it tiin itIUl I CCll.
I 'ell.il. UU1. Urt'H1"1
in...- otheri running around attei a
nu i'n ah a 1 rahbll The cHrdiual aut
th. dowagei queen were convulsed
With tht unties ol tWO wooden mull
1 1 hav log a prise tight
When was He dignity ami tin art
now! Porgotteu In the hepplneei ol a
moment ol return to thai nature which
mal es th. whole woilo Kill to the lit
For the Holidays
A l KLINE'S
Family Liquoi Store
You will I i ti cl
I he ,;ure I
lie 1 aVfJWft 5tCk
GET YOUR WIFE
Sh I )t RI IGER'S im KNIVES
ND PORKS I i HRIS1 MAS v K
HAVE Kill LINE OF lilts t EL
EBRA 1 1.1 1 SI LN ERW VKE, II '
SEE "i l l IN' . si Is , or WILL
HANSFORD & THOMPSON.
The Leading Hardware Man.
James A. Howard
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Court St. near Firet Nat. Bank J
H.i Real Estate foi Sale
ibo M rat ot choice what land,
about ten milek northeast of Pendle
ten. This I one of the flnett improv
ed farms in tne county and hae yooa
ki.hool advantages. Will sell fcr cash
or trade for equji value in unimpiovo
Eight fine lota m Pendleton at $100
each, on eaay terms.
160 acres of wheat land south of
at res choice fruit and gaiUer.
land near Milton. One-half of tract
in bearing fruit tree , 7 teres . If a I
fa. An under irrigation F net in
130 acres on McKay Creek, 20
acres a I bottcn laed IMWjei irrigation
balance good wheat land, wall n
'j'iO acres good wheat land, la
body, fou' BJ es from Hendletun
ten ,s half aaak balance on time tv
si.it pure aeof at t pat aaal le
U, Kay Co.,
Hi iclctti rofidsi
.iinl i ri i 1 1
r ors stuck hachaage
Chlcafu s,ie V I . han(c
I. Iili Hoaid of Ireilc
. . I tSl
ul .is veil .is an ornamestal Christ
, 110 than by buying a Schimmel Piano
"tjNaadli urjui, pnake of pisnOi liinliiv polialicd
M an,: r. tii everywbert (or 450, I handle theaa
n W Id. t... au,i , i4ll Be them at two ilitrils oi lilt
nspect tii. se pianoa and t a liaiam
6oi 604 Main Street, Pendleton
Whsn fu 'it ink
)' Win , Wlxiskik'i,, Briud
isadQaid All Kinds, WHEAT LANDS
1, 1. -sent from the faiiiil) who arc
, , umitad foi the bt IMaw l aid
home aud 'l" ;" " eod 1 '
a wont of lorlni ireetlni to tht an
Then th. tetegrami the llowera, Ike
1 Kpeeted glftl 1 opt memberi ol the
company or little oferlngi I I"""
stai;. ham1 Which 'uncl es vou deep
Iv because you Know how much the
lioiiai and ii ball meant to '
At lowest raten
-. t loun stiet't
J. K. DICKSON.
I ast Oreacnian Ku'.lding.
USU 1 hc.'l.ti
Schuit Brewing co.