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MONDAY FKHK1TART 8. 190J
H Vl 1T01 BBBN
OtTB PRICES on
Felt Shoes and
FOB LAD! BB, MIflBEB
SF1 OTTR UMMiovf nmpi avI
wfii. v v i i . i v.'v I 'i.TI 1
Wko OM iflMI t have wet feet when
you cat. buy rubber at such price.:
Ladies S:o:tn rjlMMtS, aot
Mis-.cs Storm rtililntrs, 15c
t'lui I s Storm rulilicrs, 10c
Wilson & Co.
Successor to Cleaver Bros.
Fred H Dayton. St. Louis.
P. ktra, Portland.
Henry North. Portland.
J. C LooersjOB, Tacoma.
C M Smith. Portland
C A Harnett. Burns
0 A Smith, city.
LJoyd C. Qrinln. Moscow.
Sol Harris. Portland.
Thomas J Lane St. Paul.
William Malier Portland.
George McOlllvcry. Spokane.
G S 0111. Spokane.
The Golden Rule.
Mrs J A. York.
Mr Mom and family.
W, G Woodward Portland
Jonathan Edwards. Spokane.
John (' Meilfurt. Spokane.
W M Hoots Monmouth
William Court ar, lone.
A. J Kelly. Milton.
11 c Rom Portland
T A UoOjOBM
G W Fender. Echo.
BUI Johnson. Ashland.
Oliver Kelaey, Ashland.
C Foster. Ashland.
E P. Grigham am! wife. Detroit
TI O. YoaKitm Meadows
Charles Worth Walla Walla
Ray Sutherland Walla Walla.
Eugene Bailey, Maker City.
L Cunnlnchan. Portland.
A E. Guild Weston.
Miss Porn Myrlek Athena.
H. B. Nelson Weaton.
C. CunninKham Portland
Phllh 1. Ianic. Spokane.
H B Kins Milton.
C McLaw elty.
A Hall Spokane
J B Fohlln. Suokane.
'lark Wood Weston
G W Bradley Athena
T .7 Gardner Portland
For the last week ot our hook
sale, ending Saturday, February :
Oibson Drawings, IA.UU, now
W Hatter t n.l.rnlged DMlouarie
haiuoux 11) 1110. ataudard T.Se editions
(tilt top o iuo standard 40c editions
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRWifllSTS.
fhe Pendleton Shoe
Have 500 p&irt) of Miimom Shoes,
thej are selling at, per pair
Foraaer price from $1.50 to $1.79.
500 pairs Children 'l Shoes
at, per pair
Former twice frei
BeatOsM rVsssy &ax(siaa ia Om'i a ad Ladies' Shoea
DON'T PAIL TO OBT OUR HRtCe.
Pendleton Shoe Co.
WHAT ROMAN C ATMOLIC8
MUST OBSERVE FOR 40 DAYS.
Various Features of Abstinence Re
quired by Communicants of That
Th 1 . nt .Mi i .'i, is almost here
It lii-nii' on Anh Wednesday, which
Is the 1 -t l Inst., and continues mm.
after Sunday, whlrh rumes this
year on the :ttlth of March. Following
is what those who observe- the Lenten
ruir.- as laid down by the Roman
Catlio!:; I Imrch are supposed to do:
Fl""h n"llt" cmM lrtakon of at
,,ii nie:iU mi Kiniiluvk nnil nnee nt i
all meal.- 011 Sundays ami once at .1
principal meal on all Mondays. Tues
days and Thursdays and at all Satut
dayi i Kcept during "Ember Week."
which falls on March 2-. Saturday
preceding Faster, which Is Holy Sat
urdn HO Beets, rhall be partaken of.
belthei 0 Frtillll or Wednesdays
Flesl. am' t'nh are not allowed to go
together and when otic Is eaten the
othe: inns: be left out entirely. The
tis. at l offei tea and chocolate Is pe
mitted nt the morning mea! as well as
th saJddaVj meal, whteh is aupposed to
be the "principal meal" of the day
when It Is possible to have It at this
time, but tinder BtMUMltBCOl tli.v
annol well be avoided It Is allowed
thut tin principal meal" car. be Ml
for the evening. The use 01 lard nne.
drlpiUK is allowed where tliey an
needed for the preparation of nbst;
nenee fond The fast days, as tit,
deratnod by those who observe Int
is OM WBOIt tl BOfe meat Is only used
at one in. al Abs'tnenee day is when
flesh nnafs arc nr.: permitted to be
used at all. sueh as all Wednesdays
and Fridays and Holy Saturday.
Those not included in the above
rules ami are allowed to eat what the
The sii-K and feeb'e.
Woman nursing -hlldren.
Those engaged in laborious and ex
Young people under the age of 21.
Soldiers and seamen In the service
of the T'nlted States are only asked
to obaenre tlx fast days duftUg the
wind. year, which are: Ash Wednes
day. the three last days of the Hot
Week, the vlgl of the assumption of
the blessed Virgin Mary and the vigil
in unserving the l.enten s .1
people are asked not to partake 01
any Intoxicating beverages or attend
any public show.- or places of amuse
ment. although this Is not expressly
prohibited. It Is not 1 onsidered as
strietly sinful to attend theatrical
performances, social functions and the
like, although this Is discouraged
The Protectant nidsoopal church
COOUBOOJl an..- observe the I.entet - .
son bat they ore not so strict as the
Catholics. It discourages the practh'
' attending any galties or of its mem'
bOfl participating In social or world
1) pleasures. The Idea of self abnega
tion Is the basis of the observance Of
. !. by Protestant Episcopalians
Clerk's Wise Suggestion.
"I have lately been much troub! hi
with dyspepsia, belching ind sour
stomach." wrltea M. 8. Mead, leading
pharmacist of Atteboro. Mass I
could eat hardly anything without Buf
fering several hours My cleik lug
geated I try Kodol Dyspepsia Core
which I did wtth moat happy results
I have had no troul.-'e and when one
can go to eating mince pie,
candy and nuta attar aucb a tlm
their digestion must he pretty good 1
Indorse Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heart
ly " You don't have to diet Cat a!l
the good food you want but dor't
overload the stomach Kodol iiyspep
ala Cure digests your food. Tallm.-r
& Co and Hroek ft McComas To.
SIGNING TH F J-ETITION
3000 Names Sent in to Portland to
Petitions for the improvement ot
the upper Columbia river from The
Intl.es to Celllo and the bai at the
mouth ot the river, aent out from
Portland .'or signatures a few weeks
ago are now beginning tu come back
to the secretary whe will soon for
ward Ihcag the the river and harbori
"onnnittee of the house of represen
tatlvee Hignatures to the extent of
over 3000 have already been secured
which Is considered a very good aho
ing. inaamuch as chiefly commercial
men and proierty owners have bOOO
ipn oached with the petitions Re
turns have been made from outsnu ol
Portland from lewiston. Clarkstur.
Welsh, Peck, Orungevllle Stage and
other places in Idaho, from Oregon
City. Aatoria Baker City, Pendletoi.
t-ree-Aatei. Pilot Hock. Helix The
645 alain Street,
This urn.tur i on every bui of tUe kui
Laxative Brumo-Quininc !
the k'uimii ibel esuea mM la mm j , .
Dalles and from other pit CM in Ore.
(ton. and from Asotin. Kitv lit Co!
fax. Pomeroy and other la In
W'ihlmVon. There are yet a number
of place to he heard Iron,, and It Is
expected Hint when all the lint- ami
out have been returned the chain
her will have fully 6000 names to
place before the committee
CONTEST FOR MEMBERS
Maccabees to Enjoy a Supper
Tin Pendleton Mnccabees are M
SSglSf In a content tO nee who of two
sets of members can secure the meat
est number of new members lietori
March I" when the losing side Is to
jrtvr a supper to the winners John
S Kees am! Oeonn UoPlens lieail in
tW(T rnmpnnles The pontes' will b
. ..i ... 1...1.... Ii
spirited and Is expected to living in
many accessions to the ranks oi th
Knlchts if the Maccabees
iTT TAYLOR SUFFERS
FROM PARALYTIC STROKE.
Rrcame Sick and Was Alone at Lodg
ng House When Condition Was
Matt Taylor, known by almost Tinlnum Co. and Brock McCom
verybody who was until recently .
partner with. W W PSBgbSn In the
St George restaurant but employed
at the Hotel St. Qoosge was taken to
his home Sunday evening suffering
from n stroke of paralysi.- which ren
di i"d his whole rlgh: sub useless
Mr. Taylor started home during the
day and when In front of the Colum
bia If k1 cilia: bOOOM he became sick nnd
went up stairs to bed. He lay there
a while nloni
and became speechless
and iinnbb to move no one knowing
that he was In that condition
He is a little better today, is able tO
ipeak. but can only move the tips or
his Angers on the right side yet Th
intending physician and his friend?
think that the stroke will not last am!
that he may
he ou aganl in n few
l W Pender was ll. t-' 1 -
- t -
. .ii. lK III.
A .T Keely and H. It KlB 1 1
town from Milton.
W 11 niachley is hero from Colfajl
r tailing bis daughter. Mrs. E. Weaver
Mis V H liarnhart of Starbuek.
Is In town the guest of Miss Lucia
Mrs If, f KhU went to Wall..
Wulia this more leg and will return
A. E Guild, one of the pioneers 11:
Weston, ia registered at tin Golden
Prank Satterlee. foreman of tie
East OrogoBioB left lotorehj otobIbii
for tin Sound to be gone a few days.
Depot Sheriff Joe Pdakley hns
turned froei Portland when he wit
nessed tin hanging of Wnde an Dal
Miss Itollt Alexander left Sunday
fiv Hal.T City to visit relatives am!
iio-hdn. she will lie gone about two
Cherie t uhoot. was on poin t duf.
last night in place of William Cott
man who is slightl under the weatl.
er with la gvippc
A niarri-ige Hot nsc was issued th.n
morning by the county clerk to Wll
Ham A Frailer and Miss Effle Ker'
both of t'matllla county.
Mr. and Mr Janus Est. s nu. .
turned from then wedding trip to 8po
kane They will proceed to build u
residence as soon as the weather per
Mis. Ki.-i! Waffle arrived this morn
lug from 1 a Grande in anawer to th
news nt be lllr.ess of her rath t
Mre, C t'raniiai; who has bflOO
visiting Mm Janie? Collier and
Mra. W H Hoeoteo the past two
weeks, will leave tomor.ow for her
home at Albany
Ke. W E Poiwiea was in Weston
on Sunday, for the purpose of eon
ine 1 . . 1 if. trail!
- - ' - ' I 1 - 1 Ml
ilni C. Whet-ler returned Sm.da.
evening from Athen. where she hal,
been visit. ng hev iarentj. Mr an .
Mra. Swttsttart. and other rOaBfJves
Mrs Milton Bwaggart came dowc
with her ,nd wtli remain a few dayt
i'lyde Oweua did not go to Portlani;
Sund.y. but instead baa made rran;,
ments to go to Walla Walla Tuesday
to give public exhibitions m Indian
'luh swinging at the Red Mens cai
nival, which opeus Monday and lasts
all the e. . He will go to Portland
A Deep Mystery.
It is a mvstery why women endL
iiackaehe. headache uervouane:
bleepleaaoess, Bielanclioi;, fintit
and dizy spells when thousands hav
proved that Bleetri. BlttON wll
quickly e-Jre such troubles" wrlta
Mrs. Phebe Cherley. ol Peterson, Ia
"and a lame back pained me so j
uould not dress myself, but Kleetrli
ititiers wholly nrrvO an, and, al
though 73 years old. I now am' able
u my uousewors it over
. uiti. o -uuiupuuii luiprovefe aiietlte
e-o ' c 1 uruu um 001 al
. n ....... .. n v,vj
tieriuany at the end of 1S02 will
have a sUndlng army of 496,600 men
ICE TAKEN FROM BELOW
WHERE SEWER EMPTIES.
D.marr From Disease Induced by Its
Use Next Summer.
Bona 01 tin b e that Is being stoi
ad In Ice houses In Pendleton for use
q k1 summer is coming out of the
tTmatltla rfvef afiow where the main
I srei ol the town comes into It. This
II wrei s rapt lea tilth from all the town
Blto the rlv-r and the particles from
Ihkl -ewer will lodge In the Ice and
ii ;n ll this filth will he left In
ti. sratet tfl ba 0004 by the housewife
and Othera, who drink ltv water next
Saved Him From Torture.
There Is no more agonitlng trouble
pllea Th constant Itching ntnl
Its Blake life Intolerable. No po
lOO ll omlortoblo, The torture Is
nnreaslni He Witt 'a witch Baml
-,i . iivi s idles nt once. For sk'n
disease, euta buraa, hrulaea. all kinds
d a mills It i-- aneoualHkl I, 8. o r
all St Pout, Ark- snya: "From IMS
1 suffered with h protrudliig. bleed
inu piles and could lint! nothing to
nets na until 1 used De Witt's Witch
Mi 1 Sm'v- v tew boxes completely
cured me " StWl of countorielt'
INCREASE IN "PHONES.
Six Months Has Seen 100 More Put
Pendleton now has 28." "talking
machine!-' in KCtOO use in the busi
ness houses and residences. This Is
11 gain of nearly 100 during :he lat
six months and shows that the town
Is growing and that the people are
not content to get along with the an
Slant method of having to walk two or
blocks or a half a mile to see
n friend or attend to a small business
matter but will not spare any ex
1 ti to keep tip with nnd abreast of
the times ,
No onr article will add
more to your personal
comfort this winter
ritn'i Canvas Ltfgina
40c to 90c.
Ladit-s' Fine Jersey
Cloth. HiKh Cut
All kinds of
n . 1 --- y.xnjiiu
Victory at Last.
ni uv, hair and dandruff
JCAN BE CURED.
The Latest Scientific
Cures all forms of Scalp
Diseases, such as Dan.
druri, baldness dec., and
will stop the Hair from
Palling out. As a Dress
ing it has no equal, keep
,wr Las l - I
'e v-ttiji anu natr in
a HesltSf condition.
OPALGINE HAIR FOOD CO
Bi. X'lt a MaOUMAJl a.'uii... 1 ........ I
TAB XAUW. rumtm
"'U' 'itn nr
think of Boinff
iiflor iisinc; oil
A 11 (1 y o u
of B ting any
thing else after
trying one of
Owl Tea House
Mother's Pride Coffee.
TRUC K NO,
ST OR AG K.
TKI.RPR'g MAIN 4.
ST. JOE STORI
We arc still in the saddle drmng prices down to
the LOWEST POSSIBLE FIG' 'RES in ALL
I 'l.l'AKTMENTS of this STORE We ire
SLASHING PRICES in order to get in shtpt
or our DIG SPRING STOCK which will com
mence to arrive soon. If you are hunting Bar
Wins, we have them for you. Remember, the
hiruest stock in the coiinn t t from Cnme
and see UP
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
Up to Date, First Class Furniture Stoff
The largest stock from which to select and all at prices
dcij I '.'mpetition Undertakini; parlors in connection
M. A. RADER.
Mam and Webb Streets
A Carload of Field Fei
In all ht'ights, juet rtotivtfJ bgr
Taylor, the Hardware
Farmers and Stockmen are invited lo jet
Mr. Taylor's prices before buying elsewseft
ituito ' -- Klue erw, ver
inquiries hv mail will reosive prompt attention
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware
741 Main afreet, Pendleton, Oregon
POULTRY and EGGS
International Poultry Pood naakea them.
Beef Meal giveb them flavor.
Claotabella make theun solid.
Mica grit aids digestion.
Try a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
t Vow 1
BIQ 5tock M
SAND & BRK
Trucking & Tnui
Laa ti Brov
In handscTfit iu
ii oni ol the mott ag
surprise that delighnl
11 istn ss of a home, eip
1 in Midi new design u
it it- showing in all lines
0t are kept in an
; 4,, anil luivfre. UfwSW'
Hay, Oraln and Feed.
7 aad 129 Keot Alu Street "