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SPECIAL ODD AND END SALE
All our broken lines of Shoes lox Ladies, Men
Youths, Misses, Boys and Children
We are offering great cut prices in these broken
lines, Come in.
Diskdingetf Wilson & Co,,
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
"WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1303.
Ed Allen left today for Grant's
W. A. Bohert, of Vale, Or., Is In
Asa II. Thompson, of Echo,
tho city today.
Gus Bollmer. of Helix. Ir In Pen-
-dictuii on business.
Mrs. A. J. Dillon, of Echo, is visit
ing in the city today.
Mrs. T. N. Dillon, of Butter Creek.
Is nl Pendleton today.
Tassey Stewart, of Alilton, is in the
city today on business.
J. H. Koontz is attending to busi
ness In Pendleton today.
Cloy Oliver, Elt Spike and Bert
Benedict are In town from Echo.
A. B. Stephens, of Umatilla, was In
town between train times today.
John Dorn, postmaster at Echo Is
h Pendleton on business today.
James Peters, who has been work
ing at ltowena, has returned home.
J .C. Burke, of Athena, is in town
today transacting business with the
"William Stewart, formerly of Mea
cham. has returned from a business
trip to Lewlston, Idaho.
John Duncan, salesman, at W. J.
Clarke & Co.'s hardware store, is con
fined to his room by Illness.
Thomas Briarly, of lone, returned
yesterday after a several days' visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Garrett.
A B. McEwen, a prominent farmer
of Umatilla county, who lives north
west of Athena Is in town today.
J. C. Lindsey, of Portland, repre
sentative of the Illinois Central rail
road. Is in the city today on business.
Charles E. Bond, of the People's
and called on his former collegematc.
Dr. "W. G. Cole.
Hugh Stanfleld, who has been visit
ing his mother, Mrs. H. Stanfleld, on
South Main street, returned to his
home at Butter Creek, today.
R. Alexander and Senator Walter
M. Pierce left for Heppner last even
ing to attend the initiatory cere
monies of the now lodge of Odd Fel
lows at that place.
M. Hansen, Western managor of the
Coo Commission Company, arrived
this afternoon from Spoknne. He will
h in Pcr.dletuii a row days looking
attcr the company's Interests here,
Mrs. Edith Tozier Weathered, of
l'ortlancl, is the guest of Mrs. C. B.
Wade. Mrs. Weathered waR at the
head of the women's work at the Buf
falo exposition, and is a leader in the
women's club work In Oregon.
.Mrs. Ella Porter, of Baker City,
special organizer of the Women of
Woodcraft, was in the city Inst even
ing on het way to Weston, where
she will remain a few days assisting
uie circle mere.
ai n . . . . . .
mi. ucuibb v. uuvis, wno nas oeen
visiting his brother, I. N. Davis, of
.union, tor the past three months. Is
in the city today on his way back
tr his home In Indiana. He is very
much pleased with Oregon and esjiec
ially with Umatilla county.
WILL BUILD ROAD
PIONEER WOMAN DEAD.
Delepine, of Walla Walla
cumbs to Heart Failure.
At the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Mathilda Mojonnier. 339 Whitman
street. Mrs. Henrietta Delepine, aged
OS years, died this morning of heart
failure. The funeral will take place
from the residence Thursday after-i-oon
at 2 o'clock Rev. Holman B.
Turner, of the First Baptist church.
Mrs. Delepine, who had bade Walla
Walla hor home for nearly 17 years,
was a native of Switzerland, being
rorn August 3. 1834. She came to the
in Weston attending Unl,ei1 States at the age of 17, and n
of the World celebra- year 'a'er, at Now Orleans, was mar-
rieu to Alphonse Delepine, a native
of France. Tho couple immediately
sailed for France, where thej resid
ed until tho death of Mr. Delepine In
186, when Mrs. Delepine came to
Walla Walla, where several of her
She was the mother o' 12 children,
11 of whom are now living and threv
or whom have become distinguished
in the professional world. Sheridan
Delepine, a son, professor of patholn-!
gy. is president of the Medical Uni
versity of .Manchester, England, and
Dr. Jules Delepine. Is a prominent
London physician. Dr. C. V. Dele
pine, formerly of Walla Walla, is a
prominent physician of Moscow, Idn
to. The other rhlldren are: Mrs
Almee Rose, of London, England:
Mrs. Antonio Sanceau. of T.nmTnn?
Mrs. C. B. Darrin, Mrs. Mathilda De
lepine. both of Walla Walla; Rov. C.
R. Delepine. of Welser. Idaho; Henri
Delepine, of Kennowick; Mrs. Anna
Bequelin, of Pullman, and Mrs. Helen
Rochnt, of St. Mary's Idaho. Wallu
TAKES ACTIVE INTEREST.
Committee Appointed to Confer With
County Court -and City Council
Will Ask for Improvement of Bay
Piece of Road Near his City.
Tho Pendleton Commercial Asso
ciation, nt Its meeting last night, ap
pointed a committee consisting of Dr.
F. W. Vincent, C. B. Wade and R.
Forstor to confer with the city coun
cil and tho county court. In regard to
the Improvement of the road across
the river bottom east of town.
The Commercial Association will
take an active part In this matter,
and the selection of this representa
tive committee Is the first step In a
campaign for road improvement, in
This piece of road was selected by
the association for improvement, on
account of its close proximity to the
city, Its nlmost Impassable condition
at certain seasons of the year, and
the excellent opportunity It will af
ford for experiments In road build
ing. The county court, during Its pres
ent session, will be nskgd to take
up tho mntter of repairing this piece
The committee will also nttend the
city council meeting tonight, to solic
it tho aid and .co-operntlon of that
body in the Important mntter of Im
proving the highways that enter this
The Commercial Association Is
earnestly and systematically work
ing for road Improvement and has the
hearty co-operation of the people li.
nA..n,M ttnlinnl fund 7.122.72
Tax tenders i,vt.J
TOOK ABANDONED CLAIMS.
Grand Rush From Sumpter New
Year's Day to File on Good Quarti
snmntpr. Ore.. Jan. 7. New Year's
.inv mnnv locators' right to mining
claims having expired, owing to their
failure to complete assessment work
for the venr. there was a smnll-sizou
rush from hero to relocate some of
the most promising claims.
The law elves the locators the right
to hold uie claims, providing they
sre In possession on the first day of
the vear. even If tho required assess
mcnt work has not been performed,
the presence of the owners being suf
ficient evidence that they Intend com
Divine with the requirements.
It is said that some of the Intending
locators found original owners on the
ground and wore therefore balked.
Others were more fortunate, some
of the claims being totally deserted
and no work don on them for over
a year. Somo of these deserted
claims are said to be very valuable
i.iorlnc tho restless, roving chnrne
ter of the average prospector who
scarcely recognizes the value of his
holdings, but is always looking for
something "further beyond.
Two car loads of machinery for the
mines wore received liore Friday, in
the consignment was n hoist outfit
nul Tlx ore cars for the Cracker-Ore
gon mine: and an air compressor, a
rrmpound lotst. Woo feet of wire ca
I le with ouckcts, and duplex drills
for the Golconda. Arrangements have
been mnile to have Ibis machinery de
livered at the mines immediately.
J. W. Abbott, the road exnert of
the government, who spent yesterday l Going to Kansas City,
In thlR city, visited several pieces of W. W. Hnrrah a prominent farmer
roau near tne city, wnich are now ! of Umatilla county, living three miles
being Improved, and expressed his I northeast of Pendleton, on the Wild
neurty approval of the methods be-1 Horse, was In town today. He is Be
ing employed. j cumpanled with his wife nnd is on his
Tho Commercial Association will j way back to visit his old home at
encourage anil turtner the good roads
movement upon practical lines, and
the information furnished by Mr. Ab
bott is highly appreciated. The phys
ical conditions in Umatilla comity
are favorable to roads of the highest
efficiency and it Is tho Intention of
the Commercial Association to join
with the city council and the county
court In building in Umatilla county
some of tho best roads In the state
The association also took up the as
sessment and taxation question nnd
unanimously decided to give Assessor
btraln Its support in his effort to
raise the valuation of nronertv and
distribute the burdens of taxation un-
on an niiKe.
Jamesport, Mo. While East he will
attend the National Livestock Asso
ciation nt Kansns City, and expects
to buy some line Poland China hogs.
M. H. Rice, of Freowater, has been
in the city for several days in tho
interest of the Oregon Fire Relief As
sociation. Mrs. William Beaglo went to Port
land today where sho will be the
guest of her daughter and sister for
Dr. A. W. Bodkin, of Athena, was
in the city yesterday on business.
The barbers of the city have adopt
ed the union price scale, the same as
now In force in Portland, and here
after will adhere strictly to it This
stale does not include any raise in the
present prices, but simply give the
barbers license to charge for tho
Will Go to Salem.
Mayor T. G. Hailcy will leave for
Salem early next week where ho goes
tc attend lo business before the su
preme court. .Mrs. Halley will leave
Friday lor PortMnd. where she will
visit for several weeks, with friends.
To the Legislature.
Sunator-tllect Dr. C. J. Smith, will
go to Salem Friday, to bo present at
the opening of the legislative session.
Mrs. Smith will accompany him to the
capital city, where she will visit for
This celebrated line of
Perftmies, Toilet Water and
Toilet Soaps are now han
dled bv cs. If you want
something exquisitely nice,
dsu. tor otgaies.
TALLMAN & C2:
Asks for Divorce.
Caroline Ghormley. of ;hls city, has
sued for a divorce from her husband,
Jame3 Ghormley. The couple were
married In Pendleton on July 10
1002, and the wife claims that her
husband's treatment has been so
ctuel and Inhuman that she Is driven
tc seek a legal separation from him.
Regular Term Being Held This Week
Some Interesting Business to
The regular monthly term of the
county court convened this morning
with Judge Hartman, Commissioners
Gllllland and Walker present.
At the morning session a liquor li
cense was issued to A. B. Stephens
& Co., of Umatilla, for a period of
John S. Todd, of Pendleton, was ap
pointed delegate to the. National Live
stock convention, which meets In
Kansas City, January 13-1C.
The petition of Clay Oliver, of
CiCIIO. inr n Ilmin. llinnc ...n. I I .... .. ,1 . 1 T .
. Mua mau .i mm uih. ueflll UOMCfl
presented, but at the time of luIiij , " -
iu press nas not oeen acted unon. A
remonstrance has been Hied against
me issuance it this license, and a
large delegation of citizens from
Echo is in the city to attend the sos
sion, for the purpose of opposing the
Tax act $47,674.40 138,180.11
Tax sales 8.037.57 5.501.96
Script other Co. C4.05 1519
Cash Treas. ... 28.-127.85 23,609.20
Coyote bounty . 5,585.00
indebtedness ... 135.97G.87 119.752 3"!
HIGH WATER DAMAGES .,
CELLARS AND BRIDGES.
Personal Notes Henry Hill Gives a
Pleasant Party Friday Series of
Meetings Begun in Christian
Helix, Jan. 5. The high water on
Wednesday last did great dnmnge to
the cellars and bridges, also filling up
Mr. Sias, Christian mlnlstor ot
Athena, nrslstcd by Mr. Lister of
Tondleton, will begin a series of
meetings here this evening.
Mr. G. E. Reedcr v111 leave for
Mr. and Mrs. J. King, and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles King and family of Wes
ton, "nave been visiting relatives and
friends In this city.
Ia D. Smith and A. W. Grovor wero
Ir. Pendleton Saturday on business.
Miss Esslo Foss returned Satur
day evening from Athena, whoro she
has been visiting relatives nnd friends
for the pnst week.
Miss Alpha Knight went to Athena
Saturday to viBlt relatives.
Mrs. R. N. Stanfleld, of Echo, Is on
a visit to hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kern, .of Nez
Perce, are here on a visit to the for
.Mr. uaw Howard is in tscno on a
B. B. Richards, hns gone to Baker
Ed Rush was In Pendleton SaMir
cay. Mr. Henry Hill gave a pleasant
1 arty Friduy evening at the home of
his parents in Cold Springs, to the fol
lowing friends: Tiio Misses Hnns
com. Claude und Nellie HniiRcom,
Lulu nnd Nelllo Stanton, Stella Whit
man. Guy Smith. Vernon Kericy. Will
Knight!. A delicious luncheon was
Mrs. B. L Leleud hns been visiting
Mrs. Hill for the pnst few days.
Jesse Moore and Arthur Grover
drove to Athena Sunday evening.
1 11 irvuT ij-sv .
x - v 1 m sm
concoction .! t
Inn. til.- ISt
imitations at best.
round dnnl ih. 1. Ct,0B
. . . -- 111 j,n., l
1 ius aug I Oo
18 000 acre tract and Un
800 acres. 8 n.!l
.1 x . . ' " W
"IHOl HUH DA H I 4k.
tcim nil iiinmei iJiice. lavn
720nnr nf.L- l
320 acres, 100 tons of I
360 acres in Canuw PaW
duo acres of wheat Uni
from Pendleton, (0.C00
VJ M J iiMl-pa nn tin. : .. . .
" v.t vn iiiicn, mild, 4
i ujiuiviuu im reservation.
140 acres 011 the river. 12 r
This la n narllnt lla
Ann U-ltour. fftrmu n , .L li.
t 1 WJ.
1 have a long list of
lots, residences, tai
T rl .. ,
u uui list property
price i ngnu
C. 1 . WA
To Arrive Tomorrow.
O. A. Smith, of Huntington. Oie
tormerly -ashler 01 the O H. & N
railway In this city. Will arrive in the
city tumonow to attend the dancing
i""J " given uy .Mrs. F. U. Clou-
T a ilQE
Underwear Sale One Week
. - - j --'' ' Mnuiro iuilh nun i 11 11 1
mh nir inn iiuiruuH monev on
purtiiiaM? 111 tills Jine. bupply youn-elf while prices ore down.
We will Hell tHILDllhK'ri tlXHRHWRA
"'m 1 f. , lz" l6, ,ltil ,i Wl11 20 l,er KMiuent, rise 5e. You we
.. I.. UB I.-, .q io, ,c; -u, no; Zi, 23o; 20, 27c; 23, 32c; 30.
Tlliil 1 PTV ti Ann Wi ..I.. ...... ..... 1 ' ' ' 1'
niu juj jiiu iu iriuie Willi US.
Our holiday Hude was very gratifying: had n line busine
which v. e fuel very grateful. We extend our thanlis to our many
.. i'.T.jii-iiiuo a-cv icm.
the LYms -mEmmjiiE g
Remember: The largest stock of goods Iu the city to select from!
$221,079 74 192.70lt.7S
outst'ding .?190,401.45 $167,307.40
I INVEST IN REAL ESTATE
There is no proposition before the people that is as safe
and sure to double in value as Real Estate in Eastern Oregon
You take no chance of losing, for Real Estate at the figure it
is selling for now, is as good as government bonds. We have
the choicest fatm land, grazing land, wheat land and city prop
erty that is on the market. We can make the terms to stilt
you, U interested just take time to call and look over what
we have and learn the prices.
BUSINESS CHANCES The Old Dutch Henry Feed Yard.
CoTt HUeet.0' A 8nin" bubine88 maMnB K proM,on
W. F. EARN HART,
g add.uw ATIUW .UJUOUK
State School Fd
Co. school Fd.
School Dlst. . .
Tax tenders . .
ruidnciai condition of Umatilla
County, Covering a Period of Three
.jt .111 ts "abilities gf
timmy lor 1110 year Just
-'"""i "o wuipnrcu with 1901 and
1902, are as follows:
Umatilla County Balance, January 1,
vuyuio warrants, stale ...$ 3.570,66
m nuies J OIT TO
8herifrs tax act
Cash In treasury
Indebtedness . , ,
Warrants outstanding '.
Tax redemption, Surp.
aiate school ;fund
Which begins Saturday and
continues until Feby. 1st.
THE LAST PAIR
ODDS AND ENDS
$ From pnees already low, we
X shall make such discounls
t as will close them out quick
ii OUR WINDOWS
Will give you some idea of
tne savings you will effect by
purchasing your shoes of us
during this sale.
J WAREHOUSE f
Main and Webb Streets.
Mattrn's Family Grocery andBakj
j CANNED GOODS-uDIAMONP W."
In the "Diamond W" brand
Yon can find the best goods canned.
Peaches, pears and apricots,
Apples, grapes and I know not what.
But if yon would go to Martin's Groceiy
Yon for yourself could Bnrely see.
Some like colfee,
Some like tea,
But I like coffee
From Martin's Grocory.
xue ijo-cent Kind, seel
DR. LENA ALLEN BOON
OSTEOPATH, 813 THOMPSON STREET-
. OSTEOPATHY is common sense. It will bear investigM
is in harmony with Nature's laws, seldom fails and never uu
It is not Faith dm ri.r.'ct; (z: iioniiV nor Electf"
w . ...ijiiuii UVIbllbU All.'tj"--- J J
ing. It IS based unnn n r-nrrt knmuloffi. nf nnatomV ana rl
gy. A large per cent of so-called incurable cases are healed j
method. The following ncnMi.. troxtpAt Eve. ear anoi
heart and luni'. Uv,.r ,..i i,:,i., i,k,i,i, anA nrethal diseal
stnmnrli nnt intn. i... .1 . 1.1 1 1 , 1 .
.... 1Uiv,3uai uuuuies, mi uisiotaiiui'o . ,
vous diseases, general diseases. Diseases of Women a Specnui
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