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J 600 ladies' and children's shoes
. Uccti oat in the next 60 davs.
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to per cent on every snoe.
jics' $4.50 and $5.00 shoes at $3.'l0
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Ladies j.wv h .v, i - -
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Children's $.50 school shoes at $X.05
A few odds and ends at half price
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feh daily at uasue-s.
fnr hop repairing.
i underwear sale. St .Joe
discount on clothing.
fltods. Patton's old stand.
rtlw Tniimnl fRTI Dfi
otnrn M&107 S Old
. i . .lmva CIH TV.
jits. Strahon, sia Tflomy
v.-. rwaimnlnn In On Bale
Ti il. nii, nam RtATlrt In
Fetes, nod at the Hotel ron-
0Tn make candles and Bon
. . ft TTnmVft. will 1vit
tree. Chm be niade for
nnlT. l uoun sueeu
or eres bother yon, call on
t tones (lenses) free. Charge
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s name uuiy. iiu iuuu
.furnished, house. furnished
is prirate tanlly Permanent
Sill H. Sfule the popular
us, member of Soule Bros
Co, of Portland Is In the city
paced several un' wsiru-
h Pendleton the past week.
wr lining taKf n ai xauman b
id. 1903. to every per
tad PVf a nnlp nf nnrrAotlv
rod scieat'flcally ground
ci an cost, cnarees in any
made to cover cost of
Ellensburg, "Wash., a bill
addrcsG of W. TV. Har
ten notes, favor of
1303. Also check for
for return tn owner.
kerphv frtvA ma.ii. jn
Half soles at Teutsch's.
Rubber heels at Teutsch's.
Oyster cocktails at Gratx's.
Business Is booming. St, Joe Store.
Hare your clothing cleaned at N.
Wanted to Rent A stable. Call at
We make candy fresh every Jay.
Swift's Premium hams and bacon
at the Standard.
We are selling shirts at half price
at the St. Joe Store.
You save money by buying gro
ceries at the Standard.
Finest line of canned goods and
preserves at the Standard.
Imported limburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
We are making big cut prices in
all departments. St Joe Store.
No Chinese cooking at Phillips' res
taurant Everything tastes good.
Mrs. Campbell is closing out her
stock of winter millinery at cost
Toilet seaps, fancy baskets, new
crepe paper, fines tatlonery. The
When you want a first-class cab.
day or night, call for Irvln Baker's..
Phone Main 791.
Hobach's bakery Is the cleanest
and best New shop on Johnson
street near Court Is nlow open.
Wanted A good cook to cook for
nine nersons. wastes SZ& per montn.
Apply at once at the Umatilla Indian
For Sale Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main street Good
property at a bargain. Easy terms.
B. T. Wade.
For Sale One good fresh cow, five
due to have calves soon. All good
milkers. AIbo a few good stock
cows. L. B. Smiths McKay, Ore.
Pioneer of Meacham Creek.
E. J. Wilbur, one of the few of the
f-.M-tlmprs fnr whom thn railroad sta
tion on the O. R. & N. on the Uma
tilla division below Meacham is nam
ed, Is in the city today. Mr. Wilbur
is one of the few old-timo stage driv
ers over the Blue Mountains, who are
Mill on earth, is a gentleman of the
old school, and his few remaining
companions are always pleased to
meet him. La Grande Chronicle.
CITIZENS OF FREEWATER
TO AIR THEIR GRIEVANCES.
Six Prominent Citizens Want to Be
Cut Out of the Corporation The
Outcome of Appointing Vincent at
A merry war Is being waged in
Kreewater between six of the promi
nent citizens of the town who want
to be cut oft from tho town and the
rest of the city population.
A. S. Pearson and several of the
prominent citizens ot ihe t-wii, in
cluding tho member-, of the city coun
cil, are here today conferring with
Representatives of the county who
nro going tp Salem In regard to the
The affair is a peculiar one, and it
is thought It grew out of a factional
fight over the postoffice. There were
two candidates In the field anxious to
succeed former Postmaster Janes,
who resigned on account of his
health. These candidates were J. W.
Arnold and N. M. Mumford. Each
wanted the office badly and each had
a lengthy petition signed by their
friends and sent to Congressman
Malcolm A. Moody.
The matter became perplexing to
Mr. Moody, as he did not care to have
1 appear" that he was sidelng with
either man in preference to the other,
This being the case and' the seutl
nient being so evenly divided, he con
cluded that he would appoint a man
not in the field for the office. As a
leault, J. S. Vincent was notified of
his appointment This caused some
bitter feeling over the matter and the
result was that six of the prominent
citizens and property holders in the
heart of .the city want their nronertv
cuC loose fro mthe town.
These men were N. M. Mumford.
William Lloyd, Ira Bunker, Joseph
Irons and William Shaffer. These
men came to Pendleton and employ
ed A. D. Stillman as their attorney
who will go before the state legisla
ture and make a strenuous fight for
The opposition to the division of
the town are just as determined as
the six men who wish to be out of
the Incorporate limits. They are
holding a conference with the repre
sentatives and senators f rom this
county and are layine their nrotests
before them with the view of defeat
ing the division plan. They have em
ployed uoionel J. H. Ralev ns their
attorney and representative to fight
xneir Dawes In the legislature and a
vigorous protest will be made.
That the city authorities are deter
mined toee that the city Incorpora
tion lines are not changed Is evident
ed by their actions. At the last
meeting of the council a resolution
was passed that the city would spend
every dollar In the treasury to defeat
the division scheme.
The men who want to be cut out of
the Incorporate limits represent eight
acres of land "almost in the heart of
the town and to cut this out would
leave the corporate lines of the town
in a very awkward shape.
A. compromise has been offered by
the divlslonlsts but the opposition
nave refused to accept. This com
promise embodies an offer that if the
citizens will allow those wishing to
cut loose from the town to do so.
they will make the railroad the line
between Milton and Freewater. This
is what Freewater has wished for sev
eral years, but the citizens are not
willing to compromise on such terms
New Post Commander.
W. H. Bailey has been appointed
commander of Stone River Post No.
CO, G. A. R., of Milton, for the term
ending December 31, 1903. D. J.
Phelps and U U Berry are his suil
London, Jan. 9. The American
hollow spars and mast for Shanrock
III arrived at Denny's yards In Glas
gow today. Tho chief spar is 82 feet
FRANKLIN BOUND OVER.
Is an Old Offender ana the Federal
Court Will Attend to His Case.
O. R. Franklin, the man arrested a
few days ago for selling liquor to In
dians, and who gave United Stntes
Deputy Marshal Roberts the slip and
was caught by R. S. Bryson, was
bound over in $500 bonds Thursday
afternoon by United Slates Commis
sioner John Hailey.
Franklin is an old offender. He is
thought to have been responsible for
a great many ot the drunken Indians
who have been bothering the town
for the past few weeks. He has just
finished serving a 90-day sentence In
the county jail for the same crime,
and It Is likely that tho federal court
will not handle him with so much
care this time.
I CUT FLOWERS
nd moderate prices.
-i imve on nana a good selection oi roresnaw & i aimo
Nlrn. T"" . n . ... .1 - - Y' . .
P -" liit., j&ic, Lome in ana jook incui uv.
k flon'thave to buy.
Mw ouuA is delicious and only 5 cents.
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An interesting feat lu somnambu
lism was lecently performed by one
of Ontario's citizens. A prominent
young lady of that city had Just com
pleted the knitting of a very fine
shawl, but on arising the next morn
ing found sho had arisen in her sleep
during the night and unravelled the
entire shawl, and carefully rolled up
the yarn and placed It away. She
had broken the thread once but found
it again and completed the work as
carefully as if awake. Sho Is now
making it over again, but will proba
bly keep It under lock and key until
completed, with the key in atlothnr'
At an inquest on a case of suicide
lecently held in England, the fore
man returned this remarkable ver
dict: "The Jury are all of one mind
temporarily insane." Law Notes.
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
Notable Clearance Specials in Choice Materials, in Black and
Colors. Goods that olfer everything desirable, both in Quality
and Style :
Black Dress Goods
60c 38-lnch all wool serge ,now..42c.
75c, 44-lnch all wooj serge, now ..60c.
$1.10, 60-lnch, all wool serge, now 89c.
' $1.00, 64-lnch Korsoy suiting, now 79c
$1.25, 42-lnch Melrose, now ....$1.05.
85c, 42-inch all wool Honrietta.
$1.25, 4 ( inch all wool Henrietta,
89c, 38-lnch black and white nov
elties, now 69c
Colored Dress Goods
Some of the very choicest we have
shown this season, in shades from
dainty soft pearl to dark stroet col
ors, all woven of choice selected
wool. Tako particular notice of the
prices Quoted below:
65c, 38-lnch Basket Etamlne, now 47c.
$1.00, 66-inch Basket Etamlne, now
50c, 38-inch all wool Henrietta,
now ' 35c
$1.00, 06-lnch, Camel's Hair, now 69c.
$1.00, 38-lnch Satin Prunella, now 72c.
$1.65, 56-lnch Kersey suiting now $1.32
$2.25, 50-lnch Basket Etamlne,
$2.76, 56-lnch, Cloaking, now ....$2.10
$1.26, 48-lnch Novelty suiting, now 89c
You can pick from tho foregoing
fancy dresses, tallor-mado suits or
Here aro silk opportunities; Royal
qualities In plain and fancy stripes,
checks and plaids, both plain and
fancy weaves, all this Bummer's goods
at prices that will enable you to have
that coveted silk petticoat; tho new
bright coat lining; the fancy waist, or
a wholo suit In dark or evening
$1.85 Black Peau do Sole, now $1.60.
$2.25 Black Peau do Sole, now $1.85.
LOT II. "
86c Black Taffeta, now 69c.
$1.10 Guaranteed Black Taffeta,
$1.00 Satin Duchess, now 79c.
$1.60 Satin Duchess, now $1.19.
$1.00 Foulard, now 69c.
80c Foulard, now 60c.
$1.60 Fancy Plaids, newest, now $1.27.
85c Flannel Taffeta or Waist Taf
Shoe repairing; -wo do the best.
E. H. CLARKE HOME. j
Paid a Visit to the Heppner Coal.
Fields Says They Are O. K. '
E. H. Clarke, the wool buyer, Is
back in Pendleton to remain for sev
eral weeks after an absence of sev
eral months. Mr. Clarke has Just
returned from the Morrow county
He says the discovery of coal in
the Willow Creek district is causing
Heppner and Morrow county to feel
the impetus of a renewed business
air. He also stated that there was
no longer any doubt but that there
was an immense quantity of coal of
the best grade. This fact Is so cer
tain now that capital has , offered
great Inducements in the way of
loans on the property.
Blue Island, 111, Jan. 14, 1901.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I have used
your Cream Balm In my family for
nine years and It has become my fam
ily doctor for colds In the head. 1
use it freely on my children. It is a
Godsend to children.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I suffered
gieatly with catarrh and tried differ
ent remedies without effect. After
using one bottle of your Cream Balm
I found relief and I cannot praise
tco highly such a rcrpedy.
MISS UUKA Wli-LAUU, 1
Albany, N. Y. '
Boy n ton Famous
HOT AIR HOT WATER'
NEW YORK CHICAdO
Having located in Pendleton on
Cottonwood street, between Alta
and Webb, I am prepared to put
in the celebrated Boyton hot
air, hot water and steam furnaces
The Boynton are the oldest and
best heating furnaces on the mar
ket, and time has proven they are
the most economical.
I should be pleased to figure
with owners of churches, schools,
hospitals, .business houses and
Cottonwood Street, between Alta
. and Webb Streets.
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters ? Frog
Legs f Clams . Crabs
f and Lobsters f
and other salt and fresh
Drop in at the
Purchase a pair of
Or a pair of
Farmers Custom Mill
Fred Walters, Proprietor 1
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed, etc j
always on hand.
Teloplioun Mntii 1
For the Kitchen
Have you an adequate sup
ply of cooking utensils roast
ing pans, cake tins, pots, pans
and kettles generally, ready for
culinary operations incident to
feasting? Make an inventory
of your needs in this line and
bring it to us. See what quan-
tity and quality you'll get Here
at small expense.
W.J. CLARKE & CO,,
Walk away and unless you look
down you do not know new shoes
are on your feet.
DOUGLAS and GLORIA SH0E8 MxmMmM'MMXMMMMMMMMMmmmwxwmmm
are a bjessing to humanity. The
best, and best selling in the mar
ket, genuine oak tanned soles,
dressy, durable and a perfect fit,
combining ease and elegance. We
sell warranted goods,
We thank a customer after the
purchase and th"y thank us.
Babbit Metal World in Bars
per bar at the
E. 0. Office
Boston Store, ho w bo y ou sxtj siz 'as
uvawnvwi ! The new store can never be A nUCDTIQPO
Where Whole Families are Shod. 'known unless It advertises rlmJ V Cni I I W I - 1