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SPECIAL ODD AND END SALE
All our broken 'lines of Shoes lot Ladies, Men
Youths, Misses, "Boys and Children.
We are offering great cut prices in these broken
lines, Come in.
Dindtnget, Wilson & Co-,
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
ODD FELLOWS OF HEPPNER
OCCPPY NEW BUILDING.
I meeting and the. reading o the min
lutes of the last convention will be
read by the secrcunr-
The election of offlcers will follow
the reading of the minutes and then
JIayor Thomas O. Hallcy wilt deliver
n, nrtrtrosR nf welcome. This will he
responded to by Will St. Peterson, of
AthPna. Grand unanccjior
R. Alexander Ma.ter of Ceremonies,' will Uow PtonjirIlh an Mwm
. . . nnfl he will bo followed by addresses
Sumptuous Banquet by the "wa " prtate subJecU by Brigadier
ca's Past Grand Master Present i j. h. Altkcn, of HunUngton;
Speeches by Prominent Odd Fel-i Grand K. of R. and S. L. JL SUnson,
i nf SilPtn: Past Grand Chancelllor TV.
IL Alexander. Senator Walter SI.! fc.rL0.1 ""of
Tlr T V Unwnrri rtonnrn Urnwn .nasier v - '
S and C. e! Troutman. of this city, re-; Cnlon. ,i.
I . . tt Grand Chancellor Slaloncy
I U t'U CUUIVi UiU .iub.. "
the past chancellors present.
& where they attended the dedication
of the new lodge building Just erect-
FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1903.
S. Walker is in town from Athe-
dancing parly given last night by
Sirs. F. B, Clopton and Sirs. Leon
R. B. Cunliff, an O. R .& N. fireman,
' of 1a Grande, arrived in the city this
! morning from Portland, -where he has
jleen for six weeks in the Good Sa
maritan hospital with an attack of ty
J. O. Haynes and wife are In town
from Grancevwe. Mr. Haynes is a
ed by the Independent Qrdor of Odd The even ng session wiu open at .
Felloes of that city. ' o'clock at Armory hall whore a ban-
The building Is a two-story struc- f Tcmp,e No. 24i natn
ture of superb appearance. The low
er Btory is occupied by stores, and
on the upper story are located spa
cious lodge rooms, property rooms
and banquet hall of the Hcppner
lodge. The building and furnishings
cost $30,000, and Is one of the hand
somest and Imposing lodge buildings
in Eastern Oregon.
It, Alexander was master of cere
monies for the evening and the -beautiful
and impressive dedicatory exer
cises of the Odd Fellows were wit
nessed by a large assemblage of mem
bers and visitors.
bone Sisters. J. H. Qulnn will act as
The banquet over, the Pythlans will
repair to Slusic hall again, where
the first thing will be the opening of
the lodge in the Knight rank by the
offlcers of Damon lodge. Then the
five lodges of the county will join in
the exemplification of the Knight
rank. A class of IS has been secur
ed to confer this rank upon and this
work will occupy the attention of the
lodge the greater part of the night.
A team has been drilling for sev-
BAKER AND MALHEUR
COUNTIES VERY ACTIVE.
Umatilla and Morrow Counties Dili
gently Worklno Should Hold Oc
casional Meetings Keep the Mat
ter Before the People.
The Baker County Irrigation asso
ciation recently organized In Baker
City, Is holding monthly meetings,
has employed a civil engineer to lo-
Yourself aV , .
concoction' : ?K,a6 J
taste like toff. "2
has employed a civil engineer to lo- but it;-c- sa Pnj
cato tho different propositions thai. " A , 0re sa,kc
imitations at best.
ii is not a hu
aro to bo found within that county,! OUQ,a annk than
and is preparing data on all the plans e-nait morr.
they expect to present to the govern
The association organized in Hal
heur county recenuy, nas caned a
special meeting to bo held on Janu
ary 17, at Ontario, and the Irrigation I
forces throughout Eastern Oregon are!
active in the extreme.
While no definite plans have yeti
been made public, the Columbia Rlvor!
Basin Association is energetically I
working upon the propositions that
He within Umatilla and Morrow I
A meeting should be -called at an ' good water and 560
cany ciaie, tno ciaia coueciea ajia.canuu market nri.u-l
Linn. fAmaH.A .A TTn.fl, 111. I 7H1 ROTY. ft " V.I
tv can cet her share of tho funds due .
13.000 acre tnctiiiHs,
, W U1UQ
3. E. Taylor is in town from Hunt-1 brother or Day 0pemor HaT,6E 0f
argton. lne Q. 1L & X. and they may locate
F. F. Bvrker Is in town from .'here permanently.
Atheaa- F. Freudlg. C. L. Freudlg. E. C.
0 R. Turner Is in town from Stage Freudlg. J. A. Ayres, A. S. Pearson,
Gulch. William Johnson. J. B. Tounc and Y.
John Luhrs Is in town from Stew- Goodman, of Free water, were guests
srt Creek. oi thj Golden Rule hotel last night.
Ed O. Levy, of Pasco, Is registered" J. A. Carlson, who resided in this
at Hotel St George I city 10 years ago, but who has made
H. Connell, the railroad man of'hts home at Grande several
Umatilla, is in town. years, has removed to Kamcla, where
I the helpers at that place.
320 acres. 100 tnr,.
360 acres in Cirniu !
nd a J?,ace, ,n. i'een eliminated from the coming con-1 nnd duties tliat will Increase with the .Jr-rSff? YhM 1
venuon. ist year me nvc icarns opening or spring, regular meetings i om; "7i
contested lor a nandsome prize wnicn . should be held, the matter should be t ji.i" io ZXi '"" :
The (kept constantly before the
J. F. Hill and Frank Sasonton are
In town from Helix. !
ral Inrc flnil Hne the u-nrt nf confer , nwrnn nnilpr tUa Irrlr-nllnn liir
, ine aauress ny jir. Aiexanaer was ling this rank down to refection. "While the members of the associa
a reminiscent nature and the sen ) The competitive drill contest hasttlon are not burdened with the work I
tlment pinresseii will find n nlaro In . .j , .1.. 1 . ... '
the permanent literary
, records of Oregon.
j One most Impressive part of the was enrred off bv Damon lodge.
ceremonies of dedication was the leam went t0 The relies a few ami plans submitted to the state asW ' Pcndletonon 4
building of the aUar of the new lodge ;weks ,ater and walked off wltn the elation early as possible In the year. , R000. IwervtioD.
; .7V i.- f ' i,,,t " " " " i bonors ovcr ,eams from lnat d"H "The rule with the government en-! 140 acres on the rlwr
lne blocks of imitation stoue were trIct i Hno- .. k ... 0-1 Vri55 nm 11
cut and numbered, each stone bear- ThP rilar drill rnntPRt u-m r. ii ..H w.uJ&Vi
log one of the emblems of the order.. bM however someUme In February
The exorcises were carried out so!ln Gracde wnen teamB frojn Bak.
smoothly and the parts of those in i cr and UnIon comitles 'compete,
charge of the .ceremonies were known
rKimipinn m' xiui
people, Jen acrefl wht i.n 1 .
U..rll.. . . '
those who apply first will be served This Is a Partial ll.f m
first Don't let the Irrigation associ ! d wheat farms which I
ai on torget uiis. PfQu. ,
"Before another year passes, the. ' ruF"ly
sheep camp south of town.
' passed through Pendleton this morn-
inr nn tipr venv tn Tj-nrtvlll. tn ?tnni1
James B. Welch has taken a posi-;a meeting of the board of grand man
tion with the Therkelsen piano house. ; agers of the Women of "Woodcraft.
Roadmaster Bollins, of the O. R. & ' Mrs. Hawkins is a member ot the
oas returned from Portland, board,
where he went on business. !
J. E. Clark, the hotel man from I WILL OPEN MONDAY.
Ukiah. Is at the Golden Rule hotel. ,
It. Pierce is in town from Ckian. Health Board Decides That the
Charles M. -VTrlrht -nm mw frm pnDDI5 may uom.nue ( nnr worK
McKay yesterday on business before
I tu wen mat mums were noi usee, ;
1 and the building of -die altar, joint ,
by joint and block by block, symbol--ical
of the process of building a life .
and character from the many virtues
that are strewn along the way, was '
one of the most Impressive scenes'
' In the dedication.
of the state present were Past Grand f rmatilla, unty will be hcM.
Masters Phil Sletschan, of Portland. ! a' zamc l'ace. All Krights and:
and Welsh, of Astoria. .Esquire aie requested to be present,
i T Tt" T7T7T T rl t
After the dedication brief addresses i TL . r '
water that Is now flowing through;
1'endleton, benefiting no one. reckon-
of ! ed worthless by most people, should '
be utilized in making crops for idle
Damon Lodge No. 4. Knights
F thias, wi: lhold a special session In '
Music Hall. Friday evening. January . land tributary to this cltv. and which
Sin. There will be work in the third j are a part of the wealth of this coun-
i rank. Alo Saturday, January 10th, . ty," said a prominent irrigationist, to
commencing at 2:30 p. m., the third the East Orcgonlcn today. '
' annual district convention of K. of 1
I have a lose Hit
I do not list property i
E. T. Wi
.were made br Senator Walter M.i
the land office. La Grande Chronicle. . T?,e f endieton schools will open . pierce of this city nnd Fast Grand I
ugain -uonaay aiier me noimays ana j Master Welsh.
a iorcea closing or one weetc on ac- Thp nsMnii.io.i ..,.c m.Ki
count of contagion. hen renai(, th hnt,not hnii ! A,low Ma"y Bills Petition for Road
J. W. Knowles went to Pendleton on
the delayed train of this morning on
important legal business. La Grande
W. H. Fletcher, of Nye, left this
morning fcr Walla "Walla, where he
will enter a hospital for an operation
!. L. Tollman and his siste:
The health board has made the an- where the Rebecca's lodge of Hepp- Denied Interested In City Streets,
ouncement that ail public aud pri- ner had nreDarcd a fPast that was! Tho rmmtv rnnrt .,Mci
" . ouu uii-i npr hart a fo.ot . I. . I TIia An.,. i i t 1
rate schools mav n-ln nn tholr T rz?... "r?" "".v ""!.. ""I V"""V. . "uw -ou.
tuZ -,r 1 Z nZ, m heuPng wuu me spirit or tne oo nas done i ttie business
doors the first of next week. This? rnoinn xn,. . i.u tt- , .
decision has been reached after care-
guests and, the board was laden with , viewing and allowing of bills of which
luiij-cxamiaing lmo ine cases or con- k,iMi a n,i.r .ihi ,TirA
?af ai t0Yn and that there Easter 0regon knows. . The u on kwnoH
w6,?,1 .ecturedL6' " Cha"Ce " L the banquet a public instal.a-
night and will lecture today.
tinn nf nfllpare 1. il .1
ficiuis BreaioB seal- Turing of Ino.oll.l t j
Evans ,hn n. xpiiiETch to the closing nf Rrhool for tho hnH.I mc ,""" wm grace.uon was niea with almost twice as
'7.:: ." . . A. " - . --"iiuui niarKeu every oiner proceedlnc. many sleners as tho
a county road thrnnoh tho ninno nf!
Gus Volmer. in the east end of the'
county, was denied. A counter neti-
E. B. Rinerson, all of Pilot
were in town Thursday.
E. T. Sandford, an electric motor
man of Seattle, is visiting friends
and relatives in the city. He was for
merly a fireman on the O. R. & N.
Rock. . "ys. Dut tne health board has decld-
i ed that after three weeks time all
who have been exposed to the disease
would have shown signs ere this and
as all who did come down with it are
quarantined, there is absolutely no
danger in rgain opening the schools.
those in charge being perfectly famll
iar wiui their parts.
Jt. Alexander organized the Hepp-
ner lodge on December 20th, 187S,
with a charter membership of eight.
ai rne ceremonies or dedication, Da
vid Herrin. the only surviving mem.
ber of that little band, linked the pres
ent wun the past
The memberahlr at present is 77
and the lodge is la a most flourishing
ugiucvr A, uusiaison. or tno yard , . . .
fflws.w r0 ?i r8r;?u,TncoTrse,
GnmdT T. i T r M!tJ,5a,S' oi racpen as astial in the buildings where
,u ma piace at present j they have heretofore been except)
T. T Tollman hrfitlier nr t XT Toll. t tTiro nt 4V,. l mi " . " " a mu;"
;h7::rn. ni:. f . occupies ns new bmid-
tT 7 C i jt ! , 1C'""U lu inc oju acaaeiuy numi-; ms with just pride in a record that
"j, uuv vuc .cauiiib umg. 1115, inree rooms navo oeen nxea upijg worthy of emulation
gists of Walla Walla, is in the city, in this building for the reception of The visiting member
O. A. Smith
ylsfttnf mnmtiuM mm l,la I ..
was a guest of Hotel three grades and these will open in were royally entertained and express
night to attend the'he fw quartets. The new academy Ufte highest terms of praise for the
building has been completed and the
arancmj iucuny ana smcems will oe
their new home .from now on
j Academy on Tuesday.
j President Forbes, of the Pendlelon
(Academy, announces that th? acade-
, my will open Tuesday, January 13,
j iretead of Monday, as given above.
Tti- ftij. t Visited With Grand Guardian.
I IliS celetJiateO line Of Mrs. Annie P. Hawkins, grand
Perfumes, Toilet Water and ! manager of the Women of Woodcraft,
Trrito- 5ns aro : is visiting today at the office of Mrs.
Vf V L F nan- c. c. van OrsdaU. grand guardian of
dlea DV OS. ll yot Want I 'he order. Mrs. Hawkins is en route
SOmetiiincr exnttisitehr nice t0 teadTUl6 Co,-. to attend to
TrTt exqoisnciy nice, ; t,lt,es coznected with her office.
one for tho ;
T. JOE ST0RI
We are making Big Cn Prices in All Departments of
Store, and will continue to do this until February i t.
Our Special Muslin Underwej
Will Occur in February. We will show all the new, up to d
goods fresh from ,the looms. A nicer line was never on eil
Dition in this city. Wait for this sale.
THE LYONS MERCANTILE Gfl
Remember: The largest stock of good in the city to select from..
The county court is seriously con
sidering appointing a committee to
wait on the city council in regard to
the cry of bad thoroughfares In the.
incorporated limits. A pront rtnoi nf,
complaint Is heard about the road yMVWAWVWWVWVVWWWi
from Byers" mill race to the cast ena ! ',
of the city limits. The road Is badly ;
cut np and needs a great deal of re- '
The court is spending the after
noon viewing a proposed road change J
nonneast or town.
HiHtlll lltUHl 1 1 H I 1 I;
treatment accorded them by the Odd
f-ellows and the citizens of Heppner.
The trip was a most enjoyable one
for the Pendleton party, with the ex
ception of the six hours- wait for their
train at Heppner Junction.
The meeting will be long remem-
tered by those in attendance as one'
of the landmarks along the pathway'
of Odd Fellowship in Oregon. :
This growing order is at the head,
of the list of the great fraternities at
present. The number of Odd Fellows
now in the United 8tates is 1,027,028. X
The Masonic order fnllnirc
902,601 The state now having the;T Wh'ph begins Saturday and
""srai uuiuuer oi una i-eiiows all
present is Pennsylvania, with 110,1321
and the smallest number is found in;
Arizona, which has but 768.
Bargain Shoes i! Rade, Reliable Retaifct
TALLMAN & C2:
All Esquires will present them
selves at Music hall Saturday even- Oregon now contains a membership
Inn- Tftnnan. in a. Klnl. ( .u- "-ni
rank of Knight will be conferred.
L. W. HELD, C. C.
It. W. FLETCHER, K. of R. and S.. i
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
INVEST IN REAL ESTATE
There is no proposition before the people that is as safe If
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 S
is selling tor now, is as good as government bonds. We have
the choicest farm land, grazing land, wheat land and city prop
erty that is on the market. We can make the terms to suit
you, If interested just take time to call and look over what
we have and learn the prices.
BUSINESS CHANCES TJie OJd Dutch Henry Fttd Yard.
npoD7i ry 8,able' A S"11 buin making good profit, on
F. EARNS ART,
a o e. v w a i x o st
veat3j, V we have and 'earn the prices. S
mera; 1 W.
Win,. k ABtuuA'nuji block
Third Annual County
Convention Here Tomorrow.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
the third annual district convention
of the Knights of Pythias of Umatil
la county will open In the Music hall,
on Court street.
Damon lodge is preparing to make
this one of the .most enjoyable and
profitable conventions ever held by
iue r-j-iwans or tne county. Prepara
tions aro being made for the enter
tainment or at least 400 members
or uus great order, including the
members of the Pendleton lodge. The
oiner loages to be represented in
bodies are Weaton. Athena, Milton
and Helix. In addition to the mem
bers of these orders being here en
mass many distinguished guests
from abroad will honor the occasion
with their presence.
The convention will be called to or-
der by Grand Chancellor J. W. Malo-
uujr. xie win state tne object of the
continues until Feby ist
Main and Webb Streets.
THE LAST PAIR
ODDS AND ENDS
i From prices airead low, we
snan make such discounts
as will close them out quick.
Mai-tin's Family Gtocety and Balff
CANNED GOODS--"DIAMOND W."
In the "Diamond W" brand
You 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 Grocery,
Yon for yonrself could surely see.
Some like coffee,
Some like tea,
Bnt I like coffee
From Martin's Grocery.
The 25-cent kind,.8ee!
Will give you some idea of
; ; the savings you will effect by
; ; purchasing your shoes of us
, , during this sale.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOONE
OSTEOPATH, 813 THOMPSON STREET-
. . OSTEOPATHY is common sense. It will bear investigaW
is in harmouv with Nature's laws. clH nm fails and never oc
It is not Faith Cure Christian Science, Magnetic nor E!e5tr,L;
ing. It is based upon a correct knowlece of anatomy and pny
gy. A large per cent of so-called incurable cases are heaiea ui
method. Thp fnllr.u,; o:u ..,!. Fvc. ear and tM
heart and lungs, liver and kidneys, bladder and urethal o,s"5C
stomacri and intestinal troubles, all dislocations and oeio"'""'
vous aiseases, general diseases. Diseases- of Women a oyE'jj
T T? A T T--r a vnrr U7He ihe East
lEtUcJftuL, J5I-AINJR n for a free
aiogtje oi them. A foil supply always kept jo