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Make Em Happy
Grandma, grandpa, mamma, papa, sisters,
brothor, daughter, son, the baby, aunt, uncle, couBin
or dear friend, will enjoy something that will add to
the comforts of life. That something is easy to de
Get them a Pair of Slippers
Or Perfect Fitting Shoes
Wo make it our special aim to supply Child
ren's Slippers and Shoes, and have a select line for
you to make choice from.
The celebrated Alfred Dolge Romeos and Juli
ets are handled by us.
Ing to do all in her power to bring It,
but the sentiment Is very much divid
ed on the reserve question." Judge
Dindinger, Wilson & Co.,
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
The Only Exclusive Shoe House in Pendleton,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1902.
W. P. Jlnnett, of Adams, Is in
Marion Jacks Is In town from Ha
J. B. Deering, ,of Cold ffprlngB, was
In town Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Taylor, of Echo, is at
Attorney Will M. Peterson is in
town from Athena.
Ernest Younger was the guest of
friends in Spokane Sunday.
Hiss. Nina Dorman, of lone, is the
guest of friends In Pendleton.
Among those in town Sunday from
Athena were D. J. Kirk and J. D. wll
E. L. Smith .left Sunday evening for
Los .Angeles to be gune several days
Marshal Dave lAvfndcr and Dan
Bucking, of Weston, were in town on
J. H. Frederick, operator for the
.railroad company at Biggs, is in town
meeting old friends.
G. H. Rummens, city attorney of
Pomeroy, Wash., was a guest of Ho
tel Pendleton Sunday night.
Rev. J. P. Ghormley, pastor of the
First Christian church of Portland,
is visiting friends in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Osborne left
this morning for the Grand Rondo,
where they go to visit relatives for a
Frank Curl spent Sunday on his
ranch near Thorn Hollow, looking
after his interests incidental to the
G. W. Ingle, V. A. Bannister and
W. T. Shaw, of Milton, were among
the Irrlgationlsts who staid' over Bun-
day night In town.
George Van Drau returned Sunday
morning from AlUanj and the valley,
where ho had been visiting his old
borne and many friends.
Roy C. Brock and wife, J. B. Har
ris, S. C. Harris and E. Boyd, of
Mood River, were guests of the Gold
en Rule hotel Sunday night.
William Bllltngcr and wife, of
Lewiston, were guests of Hotel Pen
dleton Sunday night on a wedding
tour to Portland and the Sound.
L. E. Therkelson, proprietor or
Therkelson's piano house, will leave
this evening for Portland, where he
win spend n few days transacting
E. G. Bramlet, W. II. Hooloy, R. J
King, W. F. Courtney, E. C. Johnson,
J. II. Miller and Rev. II .Rlcke, all of
waua wana, wore Pendleton visll
Mr. and Mrs. M. H, Glllett left this
morning for their home near Moscow
after spending a few days hero visit
ing relatives and looking after bus
iness Interests. ,
Ernest Younger, the junior member
ot tne Younger & Son grocery lirni,
left Saturday evening for Spokane,
where ho went to meet a drummer,
from whom tho firm purchases goods.
Miss Maude Jones returned Sunday
evening from Weston, where she has
been employed as stenographer for
the Weston Improvement Company.
She Is home now to remain, having
resigned her position.
Chester Robbins, of Bumpter, son
of Mayor J. H. Robbins and grandson
or Mr. ana Mrs. W. D. Hansford,
pasfred through town Sunday on his
way homo from Portland, where ho
has been attending school.
Representatives of Morrow County
Given a Prominent Place In the Ir
Sheriff E. M. Shutt, of Morrow coun
ty, who came over from Hcppner as
a delegato to tho Irrigation conven
tion Saturday, highly pleased with
tho results of tho convention and tho
treatment Morrow county people got
at the hands of Umatilla county.
"Three of tho officers of the or
ganization were given to Morrow
county people," said Sheriff Shutt,
"and In every way wcro treated roy
ally." Sheriff Shutt said that Heppner
was considerably excited over tho
coal flnds on Willow creek and that
real estate had advanced In price
many dollars sinco tho discovery.
"The people there were somewhat
skeptical at flrst ovor the quantity,
hut now thoy are satisfied that there
is an abundance of coal to make It
ono of tho richest flnds," said tho
sheriff. "The only thing now Is to
get a railroad into the mines to haul
out the output and this will he built
at once. A franchise has been asked
for by .tho company and there Is no
doubt hut that It will be granted."
JUDGE LOWELL'S LECTURE.
I Delivered Before Advanced School
I Pupils and Their Friends.
i The lecture delivered under the
auIpTclces of the public school by
Jude eStophcn A. Lowell was a most
gratifying m.ccss. Tho audience was
made up of the students an. pupils
of the higher grades and their invit
ed relatives and friends. Tho theme
was "Tho Story of a Knightly Lite,
and portayed tho exalted character
and inspiring Inilucnco or Wendell
Phllllns. Stories of heroic endeavor
were arrayed In a mnnncr that would
Incite any hut the most listless to ef
forts toward a stronger and clcaller
life. It Is almost certain that many
young lives caught tho speaker's In
spiration, and amongst the elders his
enthusiastic hope is many times
brought to mind.
Incidentally Judge Lowell endeared
himself, to the people of our little city,
and the public school Is commended
for bringing about so enjoyable and
profitable an occasion. Canyon City
IN POLICE COURT.
Three Indians and Negro Bootblack
Were Drunk One Vag.
In Judge FItz Gerald's court today
six lawbreakers were arraigned. Tho
first one up was Joseph, an Indian
He was given three days in the city
jail iu default of ?5. Ike Carney,
another Indian, was given four days;
Indian Charley, three days; John
Kaglan, three days and Willie Mur
phy Ave days.
The Indians wore all arrested drunk
while Kaglan, tho negro bootblack
was arrested on complaint of assault
and bping drunk and disorderly.
Willie Jones is an ordinary Weary
Willie. He Is only a boy perhaps 19
but Is a full-fledged tramp. Satur
day evening he was going from placo
to placo begging and the police throw
him in as a vag. He is an able-bodied
and rather inoffensive looking lad.
but threatened to stand somebody
ill) tor money.
McCabe Bound Over.
Tho forger arrested In Idaho aud
brought back last week on the charge
of passing bogus checks in Milton
was arraigned this forenoon before
Justice FItz Gerald and held to tho
district court. McCabe Is thought to
be a crook with a very unsavory reo
ord. He has pension papers on him
with a discharge from the Philippine
service and a voucher calling for $24
which was duo last month but has
never been signed up. It is thought
that these havo been stolen and that
McCabe took them from the man
whom thoy belonged.
Pilot Rock News.
Karl Greenawald, of Pendleton
passed through Pilot Rock Tuesday
on his way to Harvey Horn's placo on
Upper Birch Creek, whero ho expects
to spend a week or 10 days rustlcat
Ing. Ho will put In most of his time
J. H. Planklngton, recently of Pen
dlcton, is now located permanently
in tnis city.
Miss Fern Smith, gf Pendlotoh, is
visiting with her grandmother, Mrs,
Luclan Smith, of this city. Pilot
Rich Cut Glass
Rare Select Pieces
What Shall We
Sparkles Wee Dlamon ds.i J-fyg for DeSS6It?
MOSt beatftiltfl StOCk ever. This question arises in the familv
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pro
pared m two tninutes. No boiling I no
baking I add boiling water and set to
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp
berry and Strdwberry. Get a pockago
at juui yiutcja lo-uay. io CIS.
shown in Pendleton. See
display in out window.
TALLMAN & C
Real Estate Opportunities
120 acres of wheat land, -i miles from Pendleton, titan
fioo acres, io miles from stathn, plenty of water, 6500
173 acres, 10 miles from Pitmllrton ' gj
$ 4 000
uooci noun; on West Alia atrfft
320 acres on the mur, good huiie and barn, 35
acres alrlafa, balance1 vliat land ..... ....
5 room house on West Alt ' street
Two five room cottages on West Webb St., each
Dutch Henry Feed Yard
Rood property in city and country too numerous to mention, any
location that one may desire.
W. F. EARNHABT,
AfiSO('IATTO 1$ 1,0 0 K
Umatilla County Pioneers.
A. J. Sturtovant and John Sylves
ter, two promlnonti merchants of this
town, are among tho old landmarks,
taminar to all. Although In the sere
ana yellow leaf, both are still in bus
lness and are active old irentlenien.
John Sylvester has been hero 28
years, but Mr. Sturtovant ante-dates
him by seven years. Air. Sylvester
is aged 68, but here again he falls
behind his old friend and business
competitor, who Is 71 years of age.
iioin nave neen nre-lontr friends, not.
withstanding tho fact that they havo
been business rivals during all this
time, which speaks volumes for tho
nigh character of both these old gen
tlemen. Pilot Rock Record.
Arrived From Germany.
Mrs. C. Franzeubach arrived .In tho
city last evening and will bo the
guest or her daughter, Mrs. R. Mar
tin and son William Franzenbach,
iur several monins. Airs. Franzes
bach, a resident of Coloiine. Germa.
ny, arrived in America three months
ago, and has been visiting her (laugh
ter at Medical Lake. The meeting of
tho mother aud children here was a
happy occasion for all as they havo
not seen each other for a number of
years. If Mrs. Franzenbach likes tho
cumato and country hero she will
mako this her home.
Today is the coldest weather that
Pendleton has experienced this win.
ter. R. S. Bryson, volunteer weather
ooserver, reported at noon that the
government Instruments registered 25
degrees above zero, which Is two de
grees tho coldest so far. It Is still
and the ground, which frozo hard last
mgni, lias not thawed a nartipln n.
day Instead, Ice has been forming
all day as It was two or three de
grees colder at noon than In tho
The Peoples Warehouso says to Its
many patrons that It will bo pleased
to hell) them eet IIirIi-
shape. They havo blank cards and
envelopes on which to put namo and
compliments and will put away for
you goods selected in advance, for
ward by express or mail If nut nf
town, and denvor at tho
and placo If m town.
WON THE PRIZE.
Edgar Smith Gets $50 for Securing
76 Subscribers to 8uccess.
Edgar Smith, sou of Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Smith, is, perhaps, the happiest
boy In Pendleton today. Ho Is agent
hero for tho Success Publishing Com
pany, which offered a prlzo of $50
for the person in Oregon securing the
most subscribers to Succgsb during
tho month of November. Master Ed
gar went to work with a will and this
morning he received a check from
tho company for $50, having secured
Just 75 subscribers to this publica
tion during the month.
This Is not tho flrst time Edgar
has won over all competitors In con
tests of various kinds. Ho won the
prize offered for a boy committing
the Declaration of Independence and
reciting It heforo the school. He
was also the successful one nmong
many to competo for the $2 prlzo
' given by L. O. Frazler for the best
poem written by a school boy or girl
on his tablets,
THE MEDAL SHOOT.
A Man With a Levei h
Knows there.is nothing pleases a woman
,uan more ii,
pretty piece of China. Gratify HER just onC( 5
Clark Breaks 24 Out of 26; Stlllman,
Spence and Thompson Tie for Sec
Some very good scores wcro made
by those who entered tho contest for
the gold medal In tho Gun Club's reg
ular medal shoot on tho hill Sunday.
D. C. Clark won tho medal, breaking
21 birds out of 2G. H. J. Stlllman
Spence and Thompson tied with
out of 25 for second honors, and
D. Stlllman and Otto Hoetcher scored
13 out of 25.
Tho club is now agitating a shoot
Ing tournament for some time during
tne latter part or January. No dofl
nite arrangements havo been made
so far, but the boys are talking the
matter up and all are highly In favor
ot it. some special features will bo
embodied in tho tournament nnd val
uabie prizes given. It is tho inten
tion to invite severnl outside clubs
John Cox Little Better.
,ionn cox, who was Injured at his
nome south of here last summer. Is
little better than several months ntrn
Mr. Cox is at the homo of his brother
it. t. cox, in Portland and, although
no is in me very nest of health nvnrv
other way ho Is still paralyzed from
uie nips aown. Ho Is said to have a
little feeling in the limbs, hut Is linn.
nie to move them.
Too Late to Classify.
IN PO!lNI) rriK mi l niutwn nvcnmn.n
nlmal have been taken up by the mnrthal
.... . .. v...,, uiiu sin iu r cm enr aim
spilt in Jeft ear, no brand vLihl...
i! uiiiumiB ar 1101 claimed by
u.,,-v.Dw. KiuBDciiiiueii mine posveHiion,
ctiinrt expenses against them paid and them
CVrftV ""hi" I'" 'lays from the date
n,mmhfiF h,..ui.i ..... 1 ...... .
- ' Wl i.Mti,i,u ma i-oruer or uoiionwooii
f,Jfu J1, 1,1 ,.hV Ullv '''nrtleton, tho
J, A. BLAKELY. City Marshal'
Ut I I H -U i .H....j..n,,t,..,Mtl,i.
Ladies and Girls
Men and Boys
50c to $1.25
Damon Lodge No. 4. Knlchts nf
Pythias, will havo work tnniMit i
the third rank. All knights aro re
quested to bo prosent.
L. W. HELD, C. C.
R. W. FLETCHER, IC of It. & S,
Coe Commission Co. Moved.
I ho Coe Commission Com
milieu huh morning in new quarters
on tho second iloor of tlm AHsnot.irlnn
uuiiciing. The now ofllce Is in a nuiet
placo and Is beinc fixed un Hn Mint
It is much better than tho old placo.
Seattle's Bid to Be Accepted.
Portland. Or,. Dec. IB. A lot nr rn.
celved hero by the Chamber of Com
merce from Secretary Momiv. nt
Washington, says that Quartermaster
Ludlngton, In an Jntorvlow. said that
Seattle's transport bid would Hkaly
t Women or Men i
Things That Look Good
to HER -
Salad Sets from J119 to
A pretty piece of Haviland
China Cake Plates from 15c to
Water Sets from 65c to $3.85
Cups and Saucers from 16c
Souvenir China with Pendle
ton scenes, Mush and milk sets
ind numerous other things that
make HER eyes sparkle.
We can surely please you on
We have three grades of white
semi porcelain at $8.75, $10.50
and 12.95 for 100 pieces.
Have a beautiful rose pat
tern, a Cobalt blue, Peacock
green, Imperial blue, and a gold
Illuminated Green, in open
stock patterns, besides Havi
land and German china, both
plain and decorated.
we haven't A
our line of iardin?
worn! ctt .
as icr 5 1
Don't forget our Se
viBuiisii ware. Both,
iy OUl. II vnn .....
you nau hurry.
Free Dolls 1
On Saturday, Dei
uuinincncing at 9 o'clodl,
will give a handsome.
Jll .M '
uou wuii a 5oc ptrdai
crockery or glassware.
window one week Mm
Only one doll tojpttaJ
Owl Tea Hous
Cheapest Place in Oregon
ST. JOE STORE.
Holiday Goods For All
Our shelves, Tables and counters are loaded with newt
desirable goods for the holiday season The largest vines
we have ever shown. We have a lovely line of handitrchitti
mufflers, Mexican drawn work, belts, neckwear, gloves, bosiafj
a bums, toilet sets, manicure sets, shaving sets, chatte
jewelry, wool scarfs, fascinators, sweaters, furs. Also tabs
loaded with presents suitable for children in fact, cut m
ment you will find the greatest and our prices the lowest,
have marked prices down in order to make December tie I
nor month this year, 1902
Come and see us and save money.
the LYms mEHmumi
Remember: The largest stock of goods iu the city tnseleetfcia j
USEFUL AS WELL AS ORNAflHlW
ODD ROCKERS fine collection to select ton.
BOOKCASES AND SIDEBOARDS-10 per cent fen
cash II U re liases made hnfnrt Christmas.
T.AMDQ T 1 r all SUB, ?1CIi
Globes, Largest line in Pendleton.
WRTTIfJR mSQtrQTTrvr I c,i:.e -rwl rw.nflpmen.
GLASSWARE Ve.rv fnnr.v Wafr Sets. Wine Sets, IttO"1'
BEAUTIFUL SHELL NOVELTIES Some Ram Specimens.
STEINS-Very ornamental, Large and Small, Real w.
COMPLETE LINE OF
MONEY SAVIK0 PBI0ES PBEVAtt,
Basler's Big Bargain
Buy Home Comforts
ror Xmas Presents
R A D E R
Is many ha
'ollar. You'll exercise goo J
Economy If yo hoy
R A D E
now while stock Is complete.
Main and Wefcb Streets.