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Useful Holiday Gifts
Men's Business Suits
Men's Overcoats -Youths
Suits - - -Boys
Boys Overcoats -
SUIT CASKS and
Kuoh $2.00 to $150
CHIEFS AND MU'FLr.KS.
2nc o $2.50
A Splendid Assortment to
Select from. Tecks Strings,
Four-in-hand and As.ots,
25c to $1.50.
OTHER ARTICLES THAT MAKE USEFUL PRESENTS.
Silk uspenders, Fancy Hose, Gloves, E. & W. Col
lars and Guffs, Umbrellas, Sweaters", Might
Robes, White and Fancy Striped Shir s
BAER & BALEY
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1302.
"Hie Philippine Insurgents are be
tcomlng very active again and three
provinces are to be placed under mil
Tho imiwriul troops of .Morocco
:liave been totally defeated after a
sanguinary battle with .tho rebels
"headed by the pretender to the
;Poor crops aud prohibitive prices
for rice are reported from all points
ir. China. Great distress Ib reported
from the provinces of Amoy and
A young lady of Springfield, Mass.,
has suddenly recovered the power o(
speech after being dumb for 14 years,
She has since talked so much that
the woman may be examined to deter-
.mlne her sanity.
A new cholera outbreak Is reported
irom Manila. The disease Is raging
unchecked In the southern islands.
In Ilo llo the death rate Is very heavy
and the authorities are powerless to
check the epidemic.
Judge Dland, of the St. Louis court
of appeals, in deciding a case where
by a plumber sought to enjoin a mas
ter plumbers' association from com
bining said that the capitalists and
tho laborers had equal privileges and
could combine as they pleased.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Over 10,000 prune trees have been
set out during the past two months
in the vicinity of Tho Dalles.
Henry E. Nelson, police judge of
Astoria, died Tuesday night In that
city. lie had been ill several months,
being afflicted with consumption.
Elva Frecland has brought suit
against the Portland Hallway com
pany for $10,000 damages, for injury
sustained In attempting to board one
of Its 'cars.
Matt Wolls, a gambler, shot Eras
tug Dorsey, at Lakeview Tuesduy.
'The shooting is the outcomo of a
gambling rued. Dorsey is not dan
The Spokane land office has recent
ly been Hooded willi inquiries con
cerning coal deposits near that city.
It is thought a wholesale land grab
is being attempted,
The city council of Astoria has re
stored the salaries of two city otiio
ials, and at the next meeting will in-!
crease the salary of a third The
ru 1 111 Jen wore reduced homo years ago
wnon 1110 nnances or tho city were at
a low ebb, tho auditor's emolument
being cut from ?125' to $100 monthly;
t 41 o: tlir city attorney from S30 to
?70, and that of the chief or police
from 80 to S1 I
- $10, $12 to $25.
- Siolto $20.
$2 50 to $6 00.
$25o to S10.
$5.00 $(j.()0 and $7.50
$4 00 and $.S0
"The Hamlin" Shipment just
in, $2.50 and $3 00.
(iOc to $175.
BENTON COUNTY HOR8E8.
They Bring Good Prices Two Recent
Shipments to Tacoma.
Within Ihe past month, more 'ban
1 51600 has been paid in Benton by one
' man for horses that were shipped
away. John Welsh, a Tacoma livery
man was the pui chaser. Less than a
month ago he was in Corvallls and
bought two 1C00 horses from William
Jlellatly paying for them $370, and
a somewhat lighter team from Walter
Brown for $350.
Monday last Mr. Welsh made an-
ether shipment from here, comprising
five head of large horses One team
he purchased from John nickard at
$350; a team from G113 Logsdon at
$100, and ono horse from S. K. Brown,
Jr., at $140, making a total of $loi5
in cash spent here by Mr. Welsh for
nine head of horses. These hoises are
pit rchaced for u&e in the logging
camps about tho Sound. It is said
that Mr. Welsh will return to Ben
ton by tho end of the month to pur
chase a mixed lot of horses a carload
If that many are available.
Cheap Rates Westbound.
Krom February 15 to April 30, 1903,
inclusive, the O. H. & N. Co. will
have on sale tickets from -Missouri
River points to Pendleton for $22.50;
from St. Paul, $2.50; from St. Louis,
$27.50. Call on tho O. R, & N. ticket
agent for full particulars.
"Your daughter is a great help to
you In your household work, isn't
she?" "Yes. She stays away from
home so much." Brooklyn Life.
The newest sensation, "Confessions of a Wife,"
"The Conquest," the latest book of Oregon by Mrs.
Eva Emery Dye, "The Bridge of the Gods," illus
trated, "Wanted, a Matchmaker," and "Wanted, a
Chaperone" by Paul Lester Ford, illustrated by
Christy, and all the new fiction.
BOOKS IN SETS
We have sets of Dickens, Scott, Shakespeare, Du
mas, Smollett, Riley. Hugo, Thackery and many
Fancy Calendars in Christy's stibjectst the View
Calendars, and a big line of other fancy styles.
Come in and look around before you decide on
FRAZIER'S BOOK STORE
1 SNOW BLOCKADE ADDED
TO OTHER TROUBLED.
(Blizzards in Wyoming Cause More
J Serious Hindrance Six Inches of
I Snow at The Dalles.
Train service 011 the 0. U. & N
j line through Pendleton Is still very
uncertain. The new time card wen'
into effect Tuesday luorniiiK. hut so
.far It has not had the desired effect
o" hrliiRliiK west-bound trains in on
Yesterday nioinlnR's No. t nassen
r,rr did not pnss through here until
Htarly H o'clock last niRht. while to
t'.a's No. 1 is due here at 1 o'clocK
These delays are duo now to the
snow storms In Wyoming, Colorado
and the Rockies. Local advices now
nic to the effect that the roads have
lieen cleared and that unless nuother
storm comes, trallle will resume Its
1 ormal phase at once. The bllrnnl
which has heen raiting In Wyoming.
Colorado and the Hockios lms made
conditions very hard for the through
trains, and as a consequence connec
tions at Iluntliiutoii are late.
Although the snow in the Cascades
Is nulte deep It Is causing no delay
I to trains from Portland. It Is report-
, cil lhat a foot of snow fell at Hon no-!
ilh' yesterday up to 4 o'clock, and
! nhout six Inches at The Dalles. In
il." Hhie .Mountains the snow Is nUo
1 deeper thai, usual at this time of
' yar hut Is not liunedlng the progiess
! in nian places Not enough snow
1 l.as fallen here so far this winter to
make good coasting.
TVO BROKEN LIMBS
Icy Sidewalks Cause
Two bioken limbs have already re-j
ilted in Pendleton because of the I
slippery weather Yesterday after-1
noon John Fichtner. who has been
driving the delivery wniri'n for Joseph
liasler fell on Alain street and frac-1
tured one bone of the ankle Dr
Smith was called and 1 educed the
break and made the man as i omfor-1
table as possible. No serious trouble '
Is anticipated from the break. 1
The same evening Mis. A. L. Box. j
who lives In the west end of town '
I slipped and fell at her home and
broke ,her wrist. In trying to break
her fall with her hands she camel
down full weight on the right hand '
pud the weight snapped the right I
wrist Dr. Smith was also called In!
this case and reduced the fracture,,
giving' the unfortunate woman as
much relief as possible. !
Great Weather Calendar.
The Chattanoogn .Medicine Co.. tho
manufacturers of McElree's Wine of
Cardul and Thedford's Hlack Draught,
have just issued tho 1903 edition of
the Cardul Weather Chart and Calen j
oar. This calendar has sprung into
universal prominence by accurately j
foretelling- the Galveston Hood and ;
predicting the drouths and floods of,
the past summer, a year ahead of,
each, occurrence, it can be secured 1
by sending 10 cents In postage j
stamps to the Chnttanooga Medicine
Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. !
Visiting in Baker City.
W. H. Fletcher, a sawmill man of
Umatilla county, who Is located In tho
Hlue Mountains near tho toll gate on
the Woodward road, and who is on
his way to Baker City on business,
stopped over Sunday to see his old
time friend, W. H. Griggs. Mr. Flet
cher reports quite a heavy fall of
snow in the mountains. La Grande
Prevented by warm islmnpoos wttliCimcuitA
SOA1-, anil lllit diMaiiijM at CUTicuitA, pur.
cut of emollient ekln euros. Tills treatment
atoncattoJ4fallliiK liulr, clears tho ecalp 0f
cruets, scale, and ilnudrutf, rooUit'3 Irritated,
Itching surfaces, stimulates the lialr follicle J,
ami makes tho hair grow upon u clean, whole,
nouie, healthy soalp heu all elfo falls.
floMthrftUFhnutlha world. I'iiti It Jl. and CCobp.
Sola 1'ropt., liutum Uow to biro Ifeiutuul llAlr'fno.
The bones -of a baby arc
soft so very soft that at first
they can scarcely be called
bones. They grow hard in
time, but the period of their
growth is a critical one.
Loose joints, bow-legs, en
larged head and hip disease
are evidences of rickets. If
not checked they lead to de
formities of a permanent
character. This is the natural
result of improper bone nour
ishment during the period of
The child needs mineral
substance to harden the
bones and this is plentifully
supplied in the hypophos
phites of lime and soda con
tained in Scott's Emulsion.
The cod liver oil provides the
element of fat needed to rein
force the child's ordinary
Thus Scott's Emulsion
offers in a perfect combina
tion the very principles of
proper bone and flesh nour
ishment most needed by a
ymn child. The action of
, , . . - , .1 .
tlie limuision is so niiiu uuu
the most delicate stomach
will accept and retain it.
This makes Scott's Emulsion
of particular value to weak
children and very young
babies who are in absolute
need of a mild yet effective :
Pale-faced children show
they are not getting what
they ought to get from their
food. They need Scott's
Emulsion to enrich their
blood and give them strength
to start on the right road to a
If a child is thin, backward
in growth, or slow in de
velopment it will be found
that Scott's Emulsion will
quickly help it. There is
nothing better for babies and
growing children than Scott's
We'll send you a sample free
409 Pearl St.,
Pendleton, Or., Dec. 1, 1902
This is to certify that we. the
undersigned, have agreed between
ourselves to establish uniform
prices for the care and board of
horses by the month. One horse
to hay by the month $1 2. 50. One
horse to hay and grain per month
$14. Commencing Dec, 1, 1902.
' 1 :
G. M. Froome
M. J. Carney
S. F. Hays
i-AK IN CONNECTION
tN CENTEJtOK JJLOCK
BUT, AIPA & WBBB MTH
P. X. SCHEMPP, Prop.
For Health, Strength and i
Pleasure Drink ::::::: 1 1
Murphy & Langever, Proprs
Gifts for Gentlemen
The vcxtog problem o
what to buy X
fiET THEM GOOD CIGARS
QTT?riT A t
IT OLID A Y TJRABP J
We have these celebrated high eracW
all sizes. h fa""":ftli
HAYS' CIGAR Slj
01 3 Main Street, Near
niiiHiwiirriwiiiMikTii'iiii imu ii.ijiLmTCTai-,.
PERFECTION IN FLOi
rnjna-TT-riMrrnrmiiB mm "Vl
is readied 111 HY.EKS BEST. Better flour zim
. ... v.,.. vi. wuucu crop enters in Bven'i
. which is right for bread aid
PENDLETON ROLLER I
W. S. Bycrs, Proprietor,
buy anj of these carpets forthentilii
it will pa you to look at these goods im
need carpets for another year, it will pay you to
Undertaking a specialty
Free Mail Deli
Is now in operation iu Pendleton.
10 have your mail Delivered propw
havo House Numbers, large and
Door Plates with your nameplaiulj
.rl tlinri.oit Mm"! slnt for doOK. Mil!
. 1 t -1 1 il.iniTh the&
eo lnsuiti your uoiues imvs" --..j
Arrange to shut out theeotf.
with lock. Mail perWj'- mi
sff mm window WSSIM
T. C. TAYLOR THE
per bar ai tfiae
By buying baking iiowdj dgwifri
r Chrbtmas presents wltlioutexr I
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lUvt.ii with 1'rlsH BaKlUK r""";: '.ei
UNikH, hlHtorlcu wOTBH. c ftndu(tt.r 1
wltli bivkiug powder. the tabletF1"
wt nittt) iivo tnii , 1-
itn mvKiiig powuw. . tlie
Krwh citrons unit mkw lor t"
Mattin's Family Grocery1
That command tiJ
Christmas buyers at: J
nc Hundreds of rolisl
an infinite variety o p
the best manufactcral
and colorings in die I
styles. Body Broal
wreath and other dJ
patternsbold, bntll d
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