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STUDY THESE CUT PRICES. ODD AND END
SALE NOW ON I
Children's and Misses' Shoes 8
Bed Bchool House nhoos, sizes
13 to resnilar nrlee tl.50.
sale price $1 10.
Mlases' high top box calf, eiies
11M to IK. regular price $2.25,
Mle price 1.S5.
Children's high top box calf, 8
to 11, wre f 1.66, now 1,60.
"High top box calf, regular price
$3.50. sale price $3.00.
Enamel, welt soje, regular price
$4.00, sale price $3.36.
Kid. -welt sole, regular price $40
sale price J3.00.
All broken lines, tegular price
f2.60, sale price 1.P5.
Enamel, good style, welt sole, regular price $0.00, sale price $5.00.
French calf, welt sole, regular price $6.00, sale price $5.00.
Patent calf, congress, turn sole, regular prioe $5.00, sale price $3 50.
Dindinge, Wilson & Co.,
Phone Main XX8 GOOD SHOES CHEAP
SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Concerning the People of Pendleton and Vicinity Notes
Personal and Otherwise By Our Regular Correspondent
A Brilliant Affair.
Music Hall hns nover been the
scene of a prettier affair than It was
on last Thursday night, the occasion
lelng a dancing party given by Mrs.
Frank B. Clopton and Mrs. Leon
Cohon. About one hundred guests
were present, who enjoyed them
selves to their utmost
Mrs. Clopton and Mrs. Cohen re
ceived their guests In the northwest
alnnnrles. A discussion on "How Dr.
-Mnrr.ua Whitman Saved Oregon to
ho Tlnlnn" was ablr led by Mrs.
Moorhousc, "New Year's Observan
rpq in Scotland." was Given by Mrs,
John Vert, a former menber, after
whirh dalntv refreshments were
SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1903.
of the Butter Creek country, are in
the city transacting business.
C. C. Richard and wlfo, and H. C.
Johnson and wife are at the Golden
Rule hotel from Canyon City, Colo.
They are looking for a location.
E. S. "Waterman and wife, of Walla
Walla, passed through Pendleton last
night on their way to Chicago, and
Kansas City on an extended visit.
Thomas Gnhagan, hns returned from
a trip to Salt Lane. He was nccom-
'- John Dorn Is in town from Echo.
Charles Herr Is in town from Mil
G. W. Hewett, of Helix, Is in the I r,anied back to Pendleton by Mrs. Ga
clty j lingan. They are now looking for a
D. H. Irwin ,of Walla Walla, Is in I house In which to reside,
lown- A. Kunkel, of the firm of A. Knn-
R. X Stanfield is in town from kel & Co., Is expected home Sunday
Echo. m i morning from a six weeks sojourn In
James H. Koontz is In town from I the East' where he was buying goods
Echo. 'for his two Implement stores.
L. H. Stlnson is in town from the! --Perkins, a prosperous farmer
W. of W. Will Dance.
On Friday evening, January 16,
corner of the hall, which was csnec-1 Pendleton Circle No. 527, Women of
lally attractive in Us cozy appear- Woodcraft will give a grand ball In
ance. Mrs. Clopton wore a handsome' Music hall. This will be the last
pink brocaded satin reception gown.lgrnnd ball of tho Bcason before the
trimmed In red gauze, while Mrs. ' beginning of the Ixjnten season.
Cohen looked very lovely in an cx-
M. Dance Tonight.
J. M. Loughan, of Coyole, Is at Ho
tel St, George.
I residing 11 miles northwest of Pen
'dleton, Is In the .city today on busl-
i ness. He reports groin In fine con
' ditlcm throughout that section.
ONE INDIAN VISITOR TODAY.
Charles J. Michelbach,
Aaiie3, is in the city.
H. B. Nelson and wife are at Hotel
Pedleton from Weston. ' The Absence of Indians on Pendle-
John Crow is in the Willamette' ton's Streets on Saturday Worthy
valley visiting relatives. of Notice.
K. S. Waterson and L. C. Waterson Only one lone Indian was seen
are in town from Walla Walla. wending his way up a back street of
D. B. Richardson, the Helix busl-1 tnis cItF this forenoon. Can the old-
ness man, is at Hotel St. George. ' est pioneer remember a Saturday in
George E. Adams is in the city ' .thV past w,hen bnt one ,ndinn was
from the east end of the countv. to be seen in this city?
fnff,1" .leitJhs rolnK dIeton has such been the case. If
...., a cjjv .u iue cuy. tne Umatilla Indian reservation had
Master Bob Uvermore, son of Post-1 suddenly been removed, Indians and
umaici eriuure, is conunea to nis.all, to the .other side of the conti
nome dv niness. nent, the town would be no freer of
T. . Turner and H. McLane. of the noble red men than It is today,
Athena, are attending the district K. 1 Smallpox is to blame for this scarc-
oi v. convention. , lty of visitors, rather the health offlc
Matt Mosgrove, of the Moscrove crs' Several davs ago smallpox broke
Mercantile Comnanv nf Miitnn i : ut among the Indians near the acen
Hotel St. .George ' cy aud the health board immediately
Dr. K I; Lincoln, of La Grande, is
quarantined the Indians. The effect
l , .. tr to utter, , v """u u me uihhuhuiub oi
p Iw t 3inJ tne ,own untu oday- Saturday is
P. dls rict meeting J the day on which every Indian who is
t ' lormor'y operator, r.uie goes to town. It makes no dlff-
lor the O. R. & N. company in this j orence what he is doing when Sat-
wnj, i m iuu viaiung om irienas. , uraay comes he drops evervthine and
Elmer P. Dodd left Friday evening
for Salem, where he goes to attend
the first few weeks of the legisla
ture. S. L. Morse and wife are In the city
from Pilot Rock. They attended the
production of "Zaza" at the Frazer
A. B. Thompson Is in town from his
home at Echo. He Is on his way to
Salem to attend the opening of the
D. C. Crayblll, E. M. Crayblll and
C H. Crayblll, prominent stockmen
goes to town if there Is a town in
reach. This Is his nature and the re
sult is that the streets of Pendleton
are crowded with Indians on this day.
The health board has stationed a
deputy on the road leading from the
agency to stop the Indians coming to
town. The one who was in today took
advantage of the fact that only one
roaa was guarded and rode manv
miles out of his way to come into
town by a different route.
How long this quarantine ca nbe
made to last is not known. While
smallpox Is not raging to any alarm
ing extent, the health hoard nf tho
city lias decided to see that the in.
, dlans do not spread the contagion -to
, this city.
j The gdvernment physician reports
(only two cases of the disease on the
I reserve ana one aeatu nas occurred,
i It is also stated that every precaution
has been taken to keep it from
Ti. 1 . j 1. rlspreading end there is little likell-
JLnis celebrated line of hood or it doing so. as soon as a
Perfumes, Toilet Water and I case has developed the physician has
T-lfof C,M U I)een ca,lel In and the place quaran-
lOflet boaps are now han- tined and every one who has been
died DV US. It yofi want'cxPsed ls kept strictly under the
something exquisitely nice, , LTde taken their
as IOr L.OlgateS. , isolation in good part but it Is
; thought that something will have to
be dono in order to furnish them sup
plies soon. If they aro kept out of
nrt att If JT A K.T O 1r ,own lnoy cannt be forced to live
1 ALLfLyiAJS & , without eating and they will soon be
. TTTJ7 . nDTTrriCTC !ln want lr something is not done to
XME. l.KULxljrl 1 furnish them the necessaries of life.
qulslte gown of white organdy trim
med In white lac.
Tho decorations of the hall wore
profuse and artistic. At various
places about tho hall were stands, on
which were carnations and candela
bra with red candles to correspond
with the color scheme. Punch was
served In the northeast corner, the
table being prettily festooned with
smllax. An unusually attractive
feature, which called forth many
words of praise, was the canopy bull
over the stage, of beautiful red dra
peries, which partially concealed the
orchestra, back of which palms werp
In the lodge rooms adjoining the
hall there were numerous small
tables, in the center of which werr
cendelabra. Here the guests were
served with Hcht refreshments, com
lug and going as they wished, which
at no time left tho hall free from
dancers. Summing It up. It was one
o' the prettiest affairs ever given and
was characterized by excellent taste
Thursday Afternoon Club.
The Thursday Afternoon Club had
n most enjoyable meeting Thursday
with a musical program, at the home
of Miss Raley. Miss Jessie Hartman
ond Mrs. Walter Fell assisted In the
program with vocal numbers, charm
ocvcrci out-of-town cluo women
were guests of the club, and .Mrs
Edyth Tozier Wethcrred gave the
ladies a short practical talk on expo
sition work. Later Mrs. Wethcrred
will come to Pendleton to assist Ir
Tin Parllimentary V.uo will Imld
its regular meeting next ' Tuesday
afternoon at the Commercial Club
parlors, at 2:30. Mayor Hailoy will
address the club of "Civics," am! will
alfo have some susgestions to offer
on what our women may do for th
coming expositions. Other matters
of interest will be discussed, and a
lull attendance is requested.
Mrs. C. B. .Wade Receives.
Quite a number of the renresenta-
live women of the State Federation
have been in Pendleton this week.
Mrs. Samuel White, of Baker Citv.
the federation's corresponding secre
tary; Mrs. S. A. Evans, of Oswego,
chairman of the legislative commit
tee, and Mrs, Grace Watt Ross, of
.Portland, chairman of the revision
committee, with Mrs. Wetherred,
have been spending the week at the
home of the state president, Mrs. C.
B Wade. Several business meotlngs
were held, and many pleasant social
attentions were shown the visitors.
Wednesday afternoon an "at home"
was given by Mrs. Wade in honor of
the visitors, and nearly all of Pendle
ton's club women were in attendance.
and Mrs. E. R. Cox and Mrs. Schwarz,
of Athena, were -also among the
No Q. A
The Quit at Midnight Club will not
give Its regular Saturday night danco
in Armory hall tonight. Tho hall hns
been given up to the Knights of Py
thlaR for their banquet.
Social and Personal Notes.
Mrs. J. Ross Dickson is visiting In
Portland for a few days.
Miss Ho Hallock left for Salara last
evening to be absent about six
Miss Stella Alexander returned
Thumduy from a week's visit with
Walla Walla friends.
Miss Elizabeth Duncan Is visiting
her sister. Miss Francilla Duncan,
who Is teaching at Echo.
Mrs Belle Keller, of Montaua, Is
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Alice
Sheridan, for a few days.
Mrs. C. E. Hicks and children have
reiurneu irom several weeks' so
journ with her parents nt Arlington.
.Mrs. Edyth Tozier Wetherred, who
was the guest of Mrs, C. B. Wade
this week, left for her home in Port
land, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. F. W. Vincent and Mrs. W. J.
Furnish, who have visited with
friends In Portland for the past few
weeks, have returned home.
Roy Alexander, who hns beeni
spending the holiday vacation with!
his parents, left for Portland this
morning to resume his studies at
the Hill .Military Acadenn-.
THE COUNTRY MUST 'CHANGE?
Pioneer Stockman of Morrow County
Makes Some Timely Observation.
C. A. Rhea, a retired sheepralser of
Morrow county, at present engaged
in banking at Ileppncr, was In Port
land tho other day, and to the Tele
gram stated that the day of big flocks
of sheep In Eastern Oregon was van'
Ishing. His reasons were that the
public domain was becoming too vnl
uablo for other purposes to much
longer be used for shoop runs. He
said the sheep that Bupplantcd the
cattle 20 years ago wore now to Ti6
supplanted by cattle and wheat rais
ing, says Tho Dalles Mountaineer,
Generally speaking Mr. Rhea is cor
rect Methods of Gtockralslng in
Uastern Oregon must change; In fact
are already changing rapidly. The
government land Is being taken up,
and what a few years ago was open
sheep ranges ls being converted Into
This ls gradually crowding the
sheep raiser out, and in a compara
tively short time tho running of
a large flock will be confined to n few
who have secured tltlo to immense
areas of territory, where they can
range their flocks Insldo of enclosures
the greater portion of tho year.
Tho passing of the shcop will, how
ever, result in a greator number of
cattle being raised, and likely the
Income of the country from the stock
nuBiuess win no greater increased azu acres. 100 im. . l.
. I. n JH,n.k..1 Y . T ( 1 ,,.1 '
mull uiuiuuoiit'u. iu luuiiy sections I nwv.
there will for nces be ronsldnmhio ' 300 acres In Cm.
Wfiste In nil i lint will rnmnln nul.lln bUU RCres nf i..
domain whore cattle can be ranged a ' n -tenaieton, t8,C00.
portion or the year. ,""rau me met.e
Pnrmnr win bo,. 4 i Pendleton. 12.300
. ......... ..v.v t, jiin. mo many : .- ; ,
cattle as this open country will bus- niPS,0,"'1161 !,
tnln. ranging them out during the L fooo "-rrtuoa,
il I .
IC HKe rr.fl.-
imitatinnc i. ' ftr
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o: mure nati-i....
17 lbs, Sugj,
13,000 acre tr.ni
rrr.1 ...j J.1? 6
1.1:11 1. i r 1 1 mur irnr aj . i
tU Hf'rP RT7lAtr ..t '
auiuuior uiiu lueuing uiem nunng the 140 acres on tii rl
winter. More neonlo will oceunv tht. n.!8??ierlT.ll
country, nnd all will prosper. Gradu-I Thi i. n'n.KiSnu
nil.- n. .hn in ... im oi
7, t ."'"-Y1 u"D,"-OB W1" uiminisn, ana wn eat farms which I
T M tl t f. flirt r-1 1 1, n , i rn tp n- ...Ml 1 , 1 .
ed out by the farmer who will devote"! " "roP2fty a
ins attention pnncipniry to growing1
Tess There's only one thing that ,
prevents her from making a cloak of
her religion. Jess And what's that'
Tess She doesn't consider cloaks!
fashionable now. Philadelphia Press.:
I have a loot lin
iota, residences, tad
I do not list propertj
i" ice i ngm.
E. T. W
Pendleton People Abroad.
Miss Eva Froome. one of Pendle
ton's popular younc school teachers, i
was in the city Tuesday .
ur. c. J. Smith made a professional
Islt to this city last night.
J. E. Smith and wife returned tn
Pendleton Saturday after spending
several days on their ranch near
X. T. Cor.klln. the hustling real es
tate man or Pendleton, was listing
pioperty ir. Pilot Rock anil vlnlnlrv
this week. Pilot Rock Record.
Frank Brockman. an Inmate of the
Columbia county poor house, commit
ted suicide Wednesday night some
me by drinking a half class of laud
anum. His body was discovered lying
on the bed yesterday mornlntr. Brock-
man was suffering from tuberculosis
nnd had become despondent The de
ceased had lived in Columbia
for many years. Walla Walla States
Grand public ball!!
In the Music Hall!!
Friday night. January 10, 1903!!
Klrkman's big orchestra!'
Pendleton Circle 52", W O. W.
Alpha Assembly No. 9, United Ar
tisans, held a social dance in Hen
ancKs- nan Thursday night. A very
pleasant time was enjoyed by those
present. The affair was quite Infor
mal and only the members of the or
der were present. Dallas O'Hnra and
Elvin Lampkin furnished the music,
INVEST IN REAL ESTATE
There is no proposition before the people that is as safe
and sure to double in value aB 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 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.
CHANCES The Old Dutch Henry Feed Yard.
A small bualnem making good profits, on
W. F. E A UN II All T,
g ABb.OUIATJO BLOCK g
Black Cat Social.
The young ladles of the Presbyteri
an church gave a "Black Cat' social
lest evening at the church, which was
well attended and proved a very
pleasant evening for all present. The
room was very uniquely decorated
black cats being principally In erf
dence. A splendid program was rn
dered. It consisted of two vocal so
lections by Miss PIckell, piano selec
tions by Miss Raley and recitations
by Miss Shepherd. At the conclusion
of the program baskets of eatables
were sold. The affair was a decided
success socially and financially.
Current Literature Club. -The
Current Literature Club resum
ed its work Friday, January 2, after
the holiday vacation, with a pleasant
meeting at the home of Mrs. G. A.
Hartman. A study of the legends and
traditions of the Indians continues
throughout tho year, and at this meet
ing Mrs. A. La Dow gave several
of tho Interesting legends of Wak-a-
poosh, the rattlo snake.
Mrs, Fessenden Johnson, who Is a
new factor In Oregon club life, but n
club woman of long standing In her
native state 'Wisconsin gave an en
tertaining talk on Oregon's early mis-
f CLEARING SALE!
f Which begins Saturday and
S continues until Feby. ist.
THE LAST PAIR
ODDS AND ENDS
From prices already low, we 1
shall make such discounts T
f as will close them out quick.
i OUR WINDOWS
I Will give you some idea of t
the savings you will effect by
puicnasing your shoes of us
during this sale.
We are making Big Cut Prices m All Departments
Store, and will continue to do this until February nt.
VUl A. J t Stkl CJl I ITIIITllll I iiiuri w
TIT! 1 1 1 ri . . , -, , , it
goods fresh from the looms. A nicer line was never oo
bition in this city. Wait for this sale.
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
Itemeniber: The lurgent wtock of goods In the city to wlect
Main and Wefcfe Streets.
' IH-HKH tJ
CANNED GOODS--"DIAMOND W
In the "Diamond W" brand
Yon can find the best goods canned.
Peaches, pears and apriootB,
Apples, grapes and 1 know not what.
But if you would go to Martin's Grocei y(
You for yourself could Burely see.
, Somo like coffee,
Some like tea,
But I like coffee
From Martin's Grocory.
Tho 25-cent kind, seel
BEST DRY WOOD
Wo lioirn l.nnT,4. f 41, Hoy, -RnnthRPfl. WKU
D- . .loh
Wood business, and now we are ready to iui
jn. a v-.-, nm ftSR Main Street.
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