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Extraordinary low prices on all broken
Ladies', Misses', 'piIlP Men's and I
Shoes. When we advertise HVIII- Low 7&7"
prices we do just what we say. Come and see for
Diadrnget, Wilson & Co.,
PhoocMain GOOD SHOES CHEAP I
IN CIRCUIT COURT
LARGE ATTENDANCE OF
JURORS AND WITNESSES
i... i " J 1 " : newee
MONDAY, JANUARY 19. 190S.
E, Dorler, or Nolan. Is In town
He reports a great Influx of
; newcomers who are taking up gov-
j eminent lana In that vicinity.
i Mrs. Oriella Compton, who has
been visiting her father-in-law. Mar
tin Compton, returned this morning
I to Balmer, Idaho, where she resides.
Mrs P. P. Collier la eonTtleselnc I Owen Havnes had his right hand
James Howard, of Nolan, is In the SMri..b?!E
. . t- ' v. , ,,, t , . lal at the O. K. & N. yards this morn
Carl Koenkcr, of Birch Creek, is Irk,
, . . . I Joe Bailer starts tonight for Tnco-
Effle Jean Frailer has recovered mai expecting to be gone two or three
-"- " ; montns. He will be associated with
Ralph McLaughlin, O. R. fc N.jC. E. Bean in the sale of the Security
jswitchman, is off duty, sick. safe.
Old Mr. Bell, or Cabbage Hill, Willi Mr. Lenhart's new cottage at the
build a residence next spring i corner or "Washington and Lincoln
- Mrs. E. C. Smith went to Portland I Plastering is being done. It will be
this morning lor a week's visit. I ready for occupancy in about two
Peter van Orsdall will go to
"Meecham tomorrow on business.
Mrs. Homer Hallock returned Sat
srday from a short visit to Heppner.
Henry Campbell and wife went to
Jtanlngton on a visit this morning.
"W. H. Babb, of Echo, was in town
this morning en route to Spokane.
James Baitezore, of Cabbage Hill
G. "W. Pliillips returned to Spokane
today. He has been the guest of Joe
R. B. Miller, general freight agent
CS the O. R. & K went through this
Judge Ellis has returned from
Hilisboro, where he went to attend
the funeral of Mr. Tongue. 1
John McNerney. O. R. & N. section (
.Senator Smith left for Salem yes
terday, to resume his work in the leg
islature. He Intends to return home
again next Saturday, to remain over
Messrs. J. D. Phelps. Chastain,
Prickett, Hodgen and Evans .of Mil
ton, arrived in town yesterday to at
tend the present term of the circuit
court as Jurors.
Ernest Koenker. or Birch Creek, is
in town today. He reports a light
rail or snow in that neighborhood
this winter, but or late there has been
Charles Holman, revenue collector
from Portland, is in the city examin
ing the bonds and licenses of the
Honor dealers, cigar manufacturers
and tobacco dealers.
Assistant Father Boschl, of the
Ira Rose Pleads Guilty to Larceny of
a Horse Ernest Conker Fined $50
for Assault With a Pitchfork Jas,
Linder, Who Rode Another Man's
Horse to Echo, Changes His Plea
AHarge attendance of Jurors and
witnesses was present this morning
at the opening of the regular session
or the circuit court.
The case of Ira Rose, the young
man who is held for larceny or a
horse from near Weston, was called
and he pleaded guilty.
Ernest Conker was fined $50 for as
sault with a pitchfork.
James Linder, the young man who
hired a horse from M. J. Carney and
rode It to Echo, and then sold it to
Richard Jones, was aralgned. At the
premllmlnary hearing he pleaded not
guilty to the charge. When arraign
ed today ho plead guilty. His father
arrived from North Yakima this
afternoon and now young Under de
sires to change his plea again, to
that of not guilty.
COAL STOCK ON THE MARKET.
Thompson Creek Coal Company of
Heppner Transacts Important Bus
iness. At a meeting of the board of direct
ors of the Thompson Creek Coal Co.,
held at the office of the company In
this city a few days ago. It was de
cided to place 100.000 shares of stock
on the market at two and one-half
cents per share, says' the Heppner
Times. It was also decided to let a
contract for sinking a 200-foot shaft,
work to be begun on same as soon as
possible. This company, which is
composed entirely of Heppner people,
report a seven-foot vein of a good
quality of bituminous coal, the same
being located about seven miles from
a railroad line, ine cuuipu u
boldlncs of 10O0 acres of land In
hat is believed to be a very rich
f-oal field. We aic lnforn-cd that a
large lumber company will construct
a logging railroad directly through
the new ccal field In order to tap a
large belt of timber beyond, lu this
case the company will experience no
trouble In getting coal moved, wnicn
they expect to have on the market
by the first of next July Mr R. F.
Hynd. secretary or the company, tells
Ihe Times that stock is selling quite
Program of the Coming Week's Work
Interest In Services Increasing.
At the Methodist Episcopal church
services are assuming their normal
condition. Interest in the services is
deepening. In the services of yes
lord ay three persona came fonsard
and began the Christian life.
The work for the week will be
Young people's prayer meeting Tues
day evening at the parsonage. Wed
nesday evening the Ladles Aid Soci
cty will give a dime social at the
home of A. H. Rue! Thursday night
the regular prayer meeting will be
hold. Friday evening a general song
Over $500 In Re-
The interior of the Catholic church
has been considerably remodeled,
while the improvements and renovat
ing effected have been considerable.
Over o00 have been expended upon
repainting, repapering nnd carpenter
ing. The now altars have been built,
and the side altars have been remod
eled. The Catholic brethren con
template, and win bend their ener
gies to effect he building of a large
hall which will be located upon the
church property on Market, between
Court and Webb streets, and which
will be -used ror secular meetings
only, by the Catholic brethren.
Rabbit Drive at Echo a Tame Affair
Was Not Advertised.
The rabbit drive at Echo yesterday
System to Be Extended.
Upon the arlval or two new switch'
boards and the necessary cables, the
telephone system In Pendleton will
be greatly extended. Over 100 new
'phones will be put In 'Phone boxes
are being rut in new, but the lnstat
latlon or these will take place later
on, when the supplies mentioned ar
rive. The company now has on hand
about 100 poles, which are not ex
pected to be enough to meet the needs
or the extension.
Preparing for Dedication.
The Christian church will be dedl
cateu some time in February or
March, the exact time as yet not de
termined upon. Rev. Lister, knowing
the widespread interest in the build
ing or the church which has been
taken ror 100 miles or more about,
is exerting himself to secure an ex
cursion rate over both roads to Oils
point fo rthe occasion or the dedica
foreman at Cayuse. snent Sunday in ! Catholic pastorate here, preached in
fhie city visiting friends ' Grande ns supply yesterday. I was a rather tame affair on account
C H. Finn, a nrominent attorn ev nf!J,ext 1Ioday a will preach as sup-! of the small turnout or hunters. Not
nn, a prominent attorney oi . TIr,mo . ,,, i nrpr ni tt-
.ua uranae, passed down on yesterday "
evenins's train to Seattle. , XIss Myrtle Smith wHl go to The
t t rv.,. -r!,, Dalles tomorrow to take charge or
an7 FarmVr of DnlonTTs m the dty ! n!on fr store during!
todav transacting busing. Ve? absence in Pendleton. at !capea
the bedside of her sick father.
over 200 men and hoys took part, and
they were strung out along a two
mile line. Not over 100 rabbits were
killed, while it is said that thousands
Form of Bulldozing.
A gang of young boys is said to be
In the habit of congregating on Sun
day around the Furnish warehouse.
and engaging in boxing and sruffling
for a pastime, while such a proceed
ing is not appropriate to the Sabbath,
it wGttld not be so objectionable did
they not frequently resort to a form
of bulldozing which they seem to
hRve gotten down to a Idnd of sy
tcm. It consists of persuading some
boy to put on the gloves and then
give him no opportunity to take them
off. but to heartlessly cuff and brow
beat him for the amusement of the
i est of the gang, despite his protests
and efforts to escape.
The revival meeting at the Baptist
church will continue every night dur
ing the week, except Saturday. The
attendance is good and the result of
ths meetings is highly satisfactory.
Last night there were four additions
to the church, and two conversions.
Rev. W. R King is conducting the
We eive oim- 1
in Police Court.
Charles Hamilton, colored, was this
morning fined by Judge Fitz Gerald
?10 on each of two counts for being
drunk and disorderly, and for at
tempting to kick in the door of a com-1
Pttruueni in ine lenuerioin district.
He had his fun yesterday and plead
ed guilty to both charges this morning.
tax of tea ctnY ll)
taken ofl all teas,
That sold for
It is rfine TWtVfl
4-fcC, nr word for 3
itandseefcryourselL 1 1
Owl Tea He
17 lbs. Sugar 1,.
13,000 acre tract and a.
800 acres. 8 mil. C -J
cent off market nriv. '
380 acres In Cimu pw ...
800 acres of vht ivr
from Pendleton. tR tm
300 acres on the river, ms ,
Pendleton. 12.800. 1 nH !
& CiiUICUOl, l,ow.
This ia n&rtiil llt nr .
HflH wtlMt fa lt.1
- w uicu a flirt 1
City Property a SfedtM
i hare a loss 1 11 of
lota, realdeaees, sac
I do not list property sbJm j
E. T. WADE,
Keal fcstate Dtak.
At the Point of Death.
Mrs. B. F, Lane, of Nolan, lies at
the point or death rrom the effects of
cancer, with which she is afflicted,
and for which she underwent an op
eration for removal a couple of
months ago. Her sons, one of whom
resides in Southern Oregon, the re
mainder in the East, have been sum
moned and are daily expected to ar
rive at the bedside.
today transacting business.
Vni A Tin. f-1 , if V. n
i im. U . ... Ih. IMC X CUU1CD w .. .
Warehouse, will start for New York' -J, er.u nasurned from at-j
tendincr the ellvor lulilloo n-.v, ...i,
ra a purcnasing trip, tomgnt. r . .:. .,,;.. u- r- ;
rn,., r ' - . .versary oi Arcnmsnop Christie, at a "
Charles Morrison, who has been . Portland. He reports that there were tional Church This Week.
lrnrtTo Inohl, 100 prie8tfi Pent, and three: The services or the Congregational CominB Missouri.
tped to Spokane this morning. .bishops. church were weU attended yesterday! The Misses Corda and Lulu LaHue
u. iiorns. or walla Walla, general, Senators C. J. Smith of th!K cltr jand Kev. C. F. Clapp preached prac-'W Deep Water, Ma. have arrived and
"l - was m town and Justus Wade of Union countv ! ucaj. pomtea ana instructive ser-
joaay. en route to the westward. ' Renrcsentativc t -wt M,,rr.h- rimons. The eveninc service was one
ine iniant uaugnier or josepn vey.j union and J. W. Scrlber of La Grande
the prominent sheepman, was baptiz-1 formed a Jolly party on last even
ed at the Catholic church yesterday, , ing's train, bound for Salem,
efter high mass. Schick & Miller, the Athena mer-
T. M. Bush and family, of Athena, , chants, are about to begin the erec
Tlslted over Sunday with the family Uon of a brick business house lOOx
of Edward Woody, returning this (120 feet in size and two stories in
morning. ; height The building will be used for
Ed Eben is having considerable re- ' the Grocery and furniture bnsiness.
pairs and improvements effected up-! The 88th birthday of Nelson Swag
es the Interior of bis cloak, suit and ! gart was celebrated Saturday even-
waisi lactory. ing at the home or himself and his
William L. Albright, who has been estimable wife, by a party or relatives
ia charge or the Security Safe busi-.eaUlnS nPn them. Befreshments
aesB here for some time, leaves for ! were served and an impromptu pro-
of unusual interest. In the after
noon following the Sunday school
session Hev. H. N. Smith preached a
rousing gospel sermon nt the West
End ChapcL The meetings are to
continue this week at the Congrega
tional church every evening at 7:30,
with preaching by Rev. C. F. Clapp!
and Bev. H. N. Smith. The public!
Is Invited. !
come with the intention of makinc-
their home here or in this vicinity.
Their parents, Elmer LaHue and
wife, of the same place, have sold
their Missouri property and will soon
follow their daughters to Umatilla
county for the purpose of Investing
and remaining here permanently.
j K. A. Dozler, or Nolan, is In town
.today. Mr. Dozler Is a fruit and hog
j raiser. He states that hogs and sheep
jaleo are healthy in his neighborhood,
! there being no indications of sickness
J or any kind. So far as can be judged
Eureka Lodge Installation.
The new board of officers of Eure
ka Lodge No. 32, L O. O. F., is com
posed as follows: Noble grand, M. J.
Carney; vice-grand, H. C. Craig; sec
retary, W. F. Taylor; warden, John
W. Duncan; conductor, L. A. Ed-
dings; inside guard, E. Hansen ; I
right supporter of the noble grand..
John Halley: right supporter of the(
vice-grand-. D. ICemler; left supporter!
Ten Dollars Reward.
Lost Last May, one bay horse;
weight about 1200 pounds, branded
65 on left shoulder, mane roached
last spring. Will pay above reward
for return or same to Purl Bowman,
. C. C. Myers, or Spokane, started on
, his return home this morning. Mr.
Lais .celebrated line ofM-Ters bas visiting here with his
Perfumes Tcrifet War -irf i stm Mr. Myers, Sr., formerly
cnraies, louti water and ,ived ucre and a umcksmUn ,
ubuuw iictu ' uv'jultuliuli. ne is si years or ige,
I lU CUUUUIOn, . cntirta DiinnnHoi T T Tr1I-. i
scene supporter. It Alexander. The
installation was conducted k T B. i
Tweedy, district deputy grand mas-1
Will Build Residence.
Frank King, of Cold Springs. Is in I'
4fed fev tSS, If VOf Want'bat M heartr ana ab'e bodied as the
SOmeining ezqoisitelv nice. . A "... " .T; . the city this week, in attendance up-'
f . - w. wi-uu viii kij uumeujaiHiv in nn ino firniiu nitrf a i
ask for Colgates.
TALLMAN & C2:
Tacoma to take charge of the man-.King will next spring build a' large
agement in that district of the sales
tepartment of the Security Sares. C.
B. Wade has purchased territory
rights for the invention, and Sir. Bean
will promote the business. He has
fcten associated with the Boston
Store for over six years.
Corner lot. A banrain. lfion
Good 5-room house, good stable and other
A FEW BARGAINS
7-room houie with bath room, wood shed, cellar, good lawn with
shade tree, on Lincoln street, near Bluff. A snap for 11300
Tom Bwearenger place on Wert Alta street Two lota, good resi
dence. Only I2&0Q, 1
Good G-room hou on West Alta.
8 acres adjoining the city,
320 acre, pood houae and barn, jrootl orchard. 30 acres in alfalfa, on
nver, 12 miles from city. Juat J-1000.
160 acres 5 miles from town, small houae, plenty water. A rood
proposition to take, $1600. 6
BUSINESS CHANCES The Old Dutch Henry .Feed Yard,
a good investment, 70). Depot livery stable, only 7C0. Hayden's
confectionery store on Court street, at invoice price.
W. F. EARNMART,
and commodious residence on his
ranch north of Cold Springs. Mr.
King has in this year 640 acres of
winter wheat. One-half of it Is up and
luuniue feu. ine remainder was
sown too late to make a fall ernwth
which was the case with a large per
" oi m; wmier wheat that that
tclghborhof d In fact, there Is much
of the wlntpr wheat out there yet to
It will pay you
to buy yout shoes I
dating out Janu- I
ary clearing sale, f
All shoes are-
cheaper and some ' :
ST. JOE STORE,
Out Great Special Sale Now
Never before were goods
cheap. Come bay and save money.
We mean what we say.
THF S VflNC hcdaiiitii c nn
Bemember: The largest stock of goods in the city to select from.
Officers of Woodmen.
The following are the names of the
newly installed officers of the Wood-
nine: Thomas Fitz Gerald, council
commander; William Krobler, advis
ory lieutenant; E. J. Murphy, bank
er; J. E. Beam, clerk; h. D. Drake,
escort; Roy Knight, sentinel; Ash
ley -Follet, watchman: Philip Mc
Were $5.00 now $3.35
Rade, Reliable Retailes
Main and Webb Streets.
System to Be Extended.
The water system will be extended
westward on Court street from Ann
tr. Star streets very soon. The pre
liminary work will be the laying of
a main between the points mention
ed. Afterward the sen-ice will be
connected with private houses all
along the route.
Bargains if we
can fit you.
Our 25c Coffei
It can't be improved on by any priced coffee.
Maple Syrup, Pure and Delicious
Buckwheat for your hot cakes. All kinds of mushes
complete, clean and low priced place to buy groceries
Martin's Family Grocery and Bfckef)
BEST DRY WOOD.
We have boKght of the Allen Brothers, their interest is 1
Wood business, and sow we are ready to farnieli w
dry wood on short notice. Office 638 Main Street.
Plume 1 12 1. p. P. COLLINS &
LEGAL BLANKS lXC
aloie of them. A faff seppty always kept ia stock.