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I STUDY THESE CUT PRICES. ODD AND END j
SALE NOW ON i
CMldrea's &ad Misses' Show
High top box calf, regular price
13.50. rale price 1300.
Enamel, welt sole, regular price
4.0, sale price 3.35.
KM, weltole. regular price f4.B0
sale price f3.0O.
All broken lines, tegular price
J2.80, sale price 1.W.
Iled School House shoes, sisea
13 to IK. regular price 11.60,
sale price $1 10.
MlsW high top box calf, sizes
11H to regular price 2.25,
sale price $1.66.
Children' high top box calf, S
to 11, w re tl-85, now il.MX
Enamel, good style, welt sole, tegular price 6.00. sale price I5.C0.
French calf, welt cole, regular price 46.00, tale jrice 13.00.
Patent calf, congress, turn sole, regular price jo.00, sale price $3.50.
Dindxnger, Wilson & Co.,
SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Concerning the People of Pendleton and Vicinity Notes
Personal and Otherwise By Oar Regular Correspondent
visit with their brother-in-law, Dau
Mrs. W. G Phelps, of Heppncr. who
I'ks been the guest of Sire. It. G.
f ompson. loft this morning for Port-
Pkone Main J IQl
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
SATURDAT, JANUARY 17, 1903.
, have been residing here for some time
btarted for Iowa last night. There
were seven people in the party. Their
exact destination Is Keosauqua.
Mrs. C. C. Ireland, of Freewater,
' has arrived in the city and is the
! guest of the Misses Edith and Grace
Crockett, on East Court street.
W. F. Carglll. of Cold Springs, is in!, w; F;pn' of Cold Springs, who
the city today. nas m '150 acres T winter wheat, re-
. . . ! porta every acre of it as being in fine
Mrs. W. E Rose, who has been very ; conolt,on nnd n lne wlnter
111. Is convalescing. .wheat in that neighborhood is In
Frank Brown, of Cold Springs, is j equally as good condition,
building a largo new barn. r , nn,r h rnrao . -,,
Billy Krasslg, tho barber, is still the holidays with his folks, was pre-
very m wiw an innamea mrost. i vented from returning to Portland nn
Mrs. S. A. Collier Is very III with the I tU yesterday, by his own and his
grip, complicated with a bronchial uN I mother's Illness. Ho returned to Port
Icctlon. j land last evening, resuming there his
Miss Anna Provo, who has becn!studlcs ,n 0 dental college,
quite ill for some time. Is able to be! Sisters Superior Bernadette and
ttbout again. Stanislaus, of tho hospital nnd acad-
Dean Briggs, the Susanvllle stock- i returned this morning from
man, was doing business In Pendle-! Portland, where they attended the sil
ton yesterday. ' 7er Jubilee of Archbishop Christie, and
nmn,., cy. , ;also transacted business for the two
inSrzrs srturasff1 satatto ot wh,ch ,hey are at the
tween trains. ineaa.
W. S. Smith, of lone, will arrive to- Lj?lh?' S , "th!
, iu . . ... daughter have been residing In the
h S iJSni, in , i 66 w,th city during the dangerous illness of
his parents in this city. tne lltUe Bhu Velma aged lg montns
J. H. Dunham returned yesterday whlln her thT mn the nii r
from Baker City and Huntington. . Mr. Smith's rather, J. E. Smith, who
where he has been visiting for a cou-jUves on Alta street. They returned
pie of weeks. j home to Pilot Rock yesterday, the
J. T. Holmes has recovered from j child having practically recovered. It
the smallpox and Is again at work, j was afflicted with a fever.
The quarantine has been lifted from I Mrs. John Vert today received ad
hl3 residence. j vices from Scotland of the death on
Samuel Plser, of the grocery de-j December 26 of her mother, Mrs. Alex
partment of tho Alexander Depart-j McLean, of St. Petersburg, Edlnburg.
meat store, starts tonight for San ) Scotland. Mrs. McLean was 79 years
of age a tthe time of her death. She
was the widow of Rev. Alex McLean
After their regular business session
. Iday evening, Pendleton Circle. No
7, Women of Woodcraft, adjourned
im.- mi?iv- ....... ---- , - .,..,
4. .ends, they spent nn enjoyable; U.ad. wuere sne whi joiu ner
evening dancing to the strains of; nnd vlth him will go to Salem.
51-Lynn's big orchestra. Punch was j?on Cohen, a prominent business
served by tho ladies between dances, j man of Pendleton, acompanied by Mrs.
Besides affording a social evening Cohen, Is spending a few days in the
for the members nnd their friends, the dty. They are stopping at the Port
ormsion was also a flnonclal success, land. Oregon Dally Journal.
as after all expenses wore paid a neat
little sum remained, which will be plenty of Fall for sewerage,
added to tho treasury or tho order. city Engineer Wylle. ot Spokane.
The committee, which had charge of hRS been in the city advising with
tho dance for tho evening was com- the committee on sewers. Mr. Wylle
Ised ot the following;
.Mary. Knight nnd Mrs.
Lee D. Drake.
R. A. Lent.
Francisco on a visit.
L. W. Pennick, a wcll-to-d fatmcr
from near Adams, was In the city yes
' lerday. His son Arlle hn secured a
clerkship in the state senate.
S. O. Swackhammer, receiver of the
La Grande land office, passed down
on the delayed train this morning, er
route to Portland and Salem.
W. A. Storie, who is
The Parliamentary Club held Its
first meeting since the holidays on
Tuesday afternoon. After the routine
business, including the admission of
three new members, Mayor Haiiey an
dressed the club on some of the mil
ulclpal needs. The mayor Is alive to
the lack in Pendleton of tho essen
tials of a beautiful city, and he tnlkcd
to an appreciative and sympathetic au
A committee, the members repre
senting all of the clubc in the city, was
annolnted to "suggest needful Im-
r.rovemcnts to the council. in ac
cordance with the vote of the club,
this committee attended the council
meeting Wednesday evening, and pre
sented a few suggestions. It is hoped
that these suggestions will be acted
upon, and if they nre, a decided im
provement may be noted In several
places at once. This committee is a
iitandlng one, and has in hand a long
list; it also has the support of a good
ly number of Pendleton taxpayers.
Sirs. J. F. Robinson, Mrs. T. C. Tay
For. Mrs. H. C. Guernsey. Mrs. Frsnk
Wamsley and Mrs. C. B. Wade are
the members of the committee. Sev
eral new complaints have been made
in regard to "holes," "dark places
rnd "dumping of filth In improper
places." since Wednesday evening, nnd
the O. R. & N. Co. has promised to
see that their right of way Is not used
op a dumping ground for the neigh
The next meeting of the Thursday
Afternoon Club will meet at the homo
of Mrs. E. P. Marshall, on Thursday.
is the man who drew the plans for
the Baker City sewer system, which
cost 1" miles of sewer $S0,000. Mr.
Wylle's impression, based on a cur
sory view of the city, was that tho
fall here was not sufficient to secure
d ready sewer drainage He changed
his mind at once upon being shown
the plans of the present system, which
exhibited a 35-foot grade, which is
ruoro than twice the Tall Baker City
has. the latter town having but 17
tcct of fall, which is ample, with
plenty of water for flushing. Mr Wy
He affirms as his expert opinion that
a 20 or at the most a 24-inch, main Is
largo enough for the entire drainage
ot Pendleton: very many people In
sist upon believing that a main large
enough to float an excursion boat will
ODDS AND ENDS.
who wa3 for 25 years pastor of the
United Presbyterian church at Kerrie-
mulr, Scotland, the scene of Barrio's
famous novel, "Thrums."
Must Become a Nuisance.
Acordlng to City Attorney Carter.
. , there Is no prospect for any Immedl-
man-o?bridg and J
the O. R. & N. for several hundred 5?dlt,?' f, !he ld C,e?T
miles, went to Waahtuckna today. i JEl?
F. S. Younger leaves tonight for
Monmouth, where he was In business
prior to removing to Pendleton. He
will remain thero a week or more,
W. F. Butcher, democratic nominee
for congress from this district, was a
passenger on the westbound train to
day. He will visit the legislative ses
sion for a short time.
D. A .Gilchrist and family, who
TIi is celebrated line of
Perfumes, Toilet- Water and
Toilet Soaps are now nan
died bv us. If yo want
.something exquisitely nice,
ask for Colgates.
TALLMAN & C2:
In the condition of the graves from
which bodies have been taken. His
opinion is that, the only recourse Is to
allow the cemetery to fall Into such
a disreputable condition from further
neglect that It can be declared a nui
sance. Then, of course, something
can be done with the premises as a
The following Is the niw corps of
officers for the Rebekah degree of the
I. O. O. F.: Mrs. Mamie Hoke, noble
grand; Mrs. Bertha Henderson, vice
grand; Mrs. Cora Eddlng, treasurer;
Mrs. Mabel McBroom, warden; Mrs.
Fannie Carney, secretary; Mrs. Mc
Cormick, conductor; 1. M. DeWater.
outside guardian; Lewis Eddings, in
side guardian; B. E. Coon. Mrs. Bell
T. F Howard and Tlvls
Sold Liquor to Minors.
Private Rohe, an indigent straggler
who has been in the county hospital
sick lor a few days, was arraigned
last evening cuarged with buying
liquor ror a minor. The arrest Is said
to be a sequel to the arrest nnd
fining of Bud Somers for being drunk
nno disorderly, in fact. It Is claimed
Bud was the one for whom Rohe
bought the liquor. Rohe Is In Jail
now, with no date as yet set for his
Oregon's Busiest Club Woman.
Mrs. Edith Tozier AVeatherred was
telling me yesterday of her trip to
Pendleton last week, where she ad
dressed the Thursday Afternoon Club
In reference to the work a woman
can do toward making the 1005 Fair
a success, says the society editress
of the ' Oregon Daily Journal. Mrs.
Wade had collected quite a house
party of out-of-town guests, who had
a thoroughly good time.
There Is one room In Mrs. Wade's
home that interested Mrs. Weather
red. The windows, on one side, are
mado up of transparencies from Lee
Moorhouse's famous Indian pictures.
They face the West, and when the
sun sends its last rays through the
panes the effect Is especially beautt
lul. Mrs. Weatherred Is to visit Pendle
ton In the near future to organize the
Thursday Afternoon Club for active
work on behalf of the Lewis and
The executive board of the National
Editorial Association meets in St.
Louis on the 2nd of February. Mr.
Hardin of McMInnville and Mrs.
Weatherred are the two representa
tives from Oregon. Mrs. Weatherred
lias been the woman member of the
board for the last two years. She
has other engagements In (he East on
MnUroom. I the 28th and 29th of this month, that
win matte it necessary for her to
leavfi Portland rather earlier than she
Tool and Supply Houses.
The buildings belonging to the O. R.
Sr X. Co., which were destroyed by fire
here last August, will be replaced
with new structures In a very short
time. Considerable of the material
which will enter into their construc
tion is now on the grounds. Tho prin
cipal structures will be the tool and
supply house for the water sen-Ice.
which will be In charge of Foreman
Hult; nnd the tool and supply houses
Tor the bridge nnd building depart
ment, which will be In general charge
of J. H. Toung, the supply clerk. The
new buildings, which will cost J3500,
will be located on the north side of
the track, between the present supply
warehouse and the Furnish ware
house. The latter is also company
property, though many have a differ
ent Impression, because it is general
ly known by the name of a private Itf-t'ivldual.
Newt of North McKay Creek by Our
McKay, Jan. John Van Ora
dnll Is building his place near Ram
hart. A littlo .girl ot Charles Chapman.
of Soutji McKay, nas tne mensios.
Miss Ruth Kidder haa returned
from her visit in wnlla walla.
John Graham has returned from
Spokane, where ho visited during the
And now our friend, Aleck Hudson,
is about to "blast out" tho "blasted old
hill" near Kidder's ranch, and use
tho debris to fill In tho gulchs along
the new road. Thnt will extend the
"rubber tiro boulevard" two miles
Mr. Chapman has "presented' the
county his nico alfalfa ranch, in South
McKay, for a paupers' home, for the
Insignificant sum or $11,000. Lord, but
won't us democrats roll in clover when
wo all got In there, whence wo'ro all
tending. Poor houses are not for the
G. O. P.
Does It cause any chill to creep up
your hack these days, when you think
that a- democratic governor holds the
helm of the ship of stater
The recent death ot Jessie Benton
Fremont, the venerable rollct of the
first republican candidate for presi
dent, turned our thoughts back to the
campaign of 1850, when as a boy of 14
in Michigan, I secured some red wag
on paint a piece of an old sheet and
painted thereon the legend: "Fremont
end Jessie," and flung It to the breeze
from the top of a tamarack pole. Some
ot tho boys said that warn't right; It
should be Fremont and Dayton. I in
sisted it was right, for was not Tom
Benton's girl a smarter man than
Lieutenant FremontT. and In case of
his election, she would be the "It" or
The boys with lassies attended a
dance given by the" Elder hoys, in
Stngo Gulch, last night. j
Ten Dollars Reward.
Lost Last May, one bay horse;
weight about 1200 pounds, branded
65 on loft shoulder, mane reached
last spring. Will pay above reward
for return of samo to Purl Bowman.
, i5, yft
r . au,u lor 6oc. at .
t and sceicrjCBtH
13.000 acre trkjtt(-,
800 anres, 8 B4W2
cent off market WE
320 acres, 100 toot i
800 nerpa In P.... i
- muh rn
ow ncra oi Wtxtt 1
cns on in rtrerji
Pcnrilotnn to tan '
160 acres whet ha), 4
- Mai utu ia oc a
and wheat farms whiehll
City Property a Sf
I have a Ion; ut i
I do not list propwtjj
E. T. Wj
Contest for New Members.
There has been instituted in the" or
der of the Women of Woodcraft a chip
picking contest which extends to all
the lodges of the order. It is simply
a contest for new members, the orders
scoring first, second and third In the
contest being awarded cash prizes bj
tho grand circle. The contest began
January 1. and will continue until
April 30. The lodge hero Is adding
new members to Its enrollment every
meeting and entertains high hopes of
taking in a prize. The contest is de
nominated a chip picking contest asi
a term meaning practically the same
as log-rolling in the Woodmen fraternity.
All Sir Knights and Lady Macca
Lees are requested o meet at Secret
Society Hall Sunday aiternoon at 3
o'clock. J. S. Kces, Record Keeper.
i i u i e i t m i
would ntheiwise have done.
A FEW BARGAINS
7-room houe with bath' room, wood shed, cellar, good lawn with
shade treei, on Lincoln street, near Bluff". A snap for $1300.
Tom Bwe&rencer place on West Alta atrett Two lot, good resi
dence. Only 1200.
Good 6 room housn on West Alta. Corner lot. A bargain, $1000.
0 acres adjnlninir the city. Good 6-room house, good stable and other
buildings. Only $1850.
320 acres, uood hou&e and barn, Rood orchard, 30 acres in alfalfa, on
river, 12 miles from city. Just $4000.
160 arm Smile from town, small house, plenty water. A Rood
proposition to take, $1600.
BUSINESS CHANCES The Old Dutch Henry Feed Yard,
a good inveHtruent, $7000. Depot livery atahie, only $700. Hay den's
confectionery store on Court street, at invoice price.
W. F. EARNHART,
Resolution asking the legislature
for a $500,000 appropriation for the
Lewis and Clark fair were unanimous
ly adopted by the Pendleton clubs this
week, nnd a certified copy sent to
Umatilla county's representatives,
with a request that they vote for the
same. This action has been taken by
all of the women's clubs of the state.
at the request of President Corbett.
Oregon club women will have an ex
cellent opportunity to advertise the
I-ewls and Clark exposition at St.
Louis In 1S04. as the General Federa
tion will hold Its convention there in
May of that year. Many thousands of
the representative womon of the
whole coumry will be there. In an
Oregon building. Oregon womon
ccuid fitly talk on the resources of our
state, without one. how shall we ap
pear ir the eyes of the country?
Miss Ruby Whlttemore. who has
been attending a business college In
San Frnricitico, is home for a month's
Mrs. Frank B. Clopton. of Pendle
ton, is a guest at the Portland, and
will remain in the city a few davs.
visiting friends. Oregon Dallv Jnnr,
W. C. Dibbler, freight aeent for the
O. R, & N. at Walla Walla, Is expected
Id the city soon, with hia wife, to
It will pay you
to bey you shoes
during out Jana-
X aty clearing sale.
I All shoes are
cheaper and some
? kinds that
Were $5.00 now $3.35
ST. JOE ST0R
We are making Big Cut PriceB in All Departments 1
oiure, ana win continue to ao this until February itt.
Our Special Muslin Under!
Will Occur ill February. We will show all the new, upt
go.jus iresn uom tne looms. A ntcer line was never oal
bition in this city. Wait for this sale.
THE LYONS MERCANTILE
Hemember: The largest stock of goods in the city to Bekct t
Rader, Reliable Re)
Main and Wefcfe Streets.
3.50 " 2 95
3 SO " 2.50
3 00 " 1.69
2-50 " 1.50
1.50 " 98
1.25 " 89
ains if we
I can fit you.
Our 25c Coft
Jt can't be improved on by any pmed
Maple Syrup, Pure and Delicto
Buckwheat for your hot cakes. All kinds oi H
complete, clean and low priced place to ouy k,v
Martin's Family Grocery and
BEST DRY WOOD
We have bought of the lllea Jrothers, their iijter
Wood business, asd bow we are ready to furnlsn
a .-, , . .... con Main Strew-
ui-jr wuuu oh buote Bouse, vmm u
Pnone U2U P. P. COLLINS
t rf a v n a Tjrr Write the
aloge of ihem. A Ml stfffty always kept to