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Jut received, the mo3t compVe'linetof
Embroideries in the city.
SEE WINDOW NO. 2
For fine display and prices.
Last week in Muslin Underwear Sale.
A few good BARGAINS left.
SEE WINDOW NO. I
For display and prices.
BRIEF NEWS BOTES.
11 emntsoD i
fcCAV, rBBKUAUV 14. 1903.
1st 20 Celebration 39th anni-
I (raiding Knights or Pythias,
fco Lodge No. 4.
i7 20 Washington Guards,
laol asseraui hall.
by 22, 23 Shooting tourna-
24. 25, 2C, 27 Modern
log-rolling at Walla Walla.
: 25 Lent begins.
t (-County court.
II. 6, 7 Horace K. Turner art
lit Christian church.
iI-Knights of Pythias dis-
Irestion, La Grande.
KS-Modern Woodmen county
III O. F. hall, Pendleton.
it 17, 18 inland Empire
fcl-SUito supreme court at Pen-
Association. Walla Walla.
Echo. Or., Feb. 34. Mrs. J H.
Koontz, Mrs, C. H. Miller and Mrs.
H, Jones are attending the Sunday
Hchool convention at Milton.
I J. H. Koontz and Frank Spike are
I at the state capital.
Mrs. Gulliford, mother of the wife
of Dr. Smith, Is dangerously ill.
Five cars of cattle were shipped to
Portland this nfternoon. One car
of wheat went to Alhina.
The ladies Aid Society give a has
ket socinl Tuesday next, February
1C, at Odd Fellows' hail.
Protracted meeting is just over,
after two weeks of meetings dally.
No souls saved.
Bill Oliver states positively that the
city charter for Echo has been grant
ed or ought to be.
kfa',Vtin of Fine Coal Is Now
Kt'jr lid George Whities re-
rrij&aivf from tlitj Arhuckle
bbh.'SIkj report that snow is
irifoUet deep on top of the
aUla It the mines, miners
honpMthp contract for a tun-
) !m in depth. One tunnel
flawed a five-foot vein of fine
- ul tie members of the com-
?t rery much encouraged over
Ippt3. Heppner Gazette.
Snow Is Gone.
f.1 Siker reports from Willow
s thai the snow out there has
r fone leaving excellent pas-
I', Mch Is greatly appreciated
lutockmen as feed was getting
'Tim some ot them. There was
lis of snow out there and an
f imount of feed was consum-
pe it was gone. The Bakers
p 200 hnad of cattle and
Ira cbi Iron drink Grain-O
they like it and the doc-
fay it is good for them. Why
It contains all of the nourish.
f'of the pure train and none
poisons of coffee.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
' tvtrjwhtro . 1 V anil SJc. per nckec
To Vaccinate Indians.
Tho BOO vaccine points from the
government have arrived at the Uma
tilla agency, bo Dr. Henderson was
informed by 'phone yesterday. The
program now Is the vaccination of
over 800 Indians. If the city reira
poses the quarantine against the In
dians it will necessitate the vaccina
tion being done on the agency. Other'
wise, it will take place in town, as
the Indians put In an appearance. 11
the sweeping order to vaccinate all
the Indians is carried out it will be
no small undertaking, as so far but
ubout 120 have been vaccinated.
Ninety-one of these were pupils of
tho agency school, and were all vac
cinated by Dr. Hendeison in 91 con
Looking for Land.
Joe Basler and John Sehroeder of
this place and Carl Kupers, of Helix,
and possibly a number of other men
of means will In a short time go to
Franklin county. Washington, and
perliaps to other localities in that
state, and into Idaho on a tour of In
spection of lands, All are liable to
invest heavily in the localities men
tioned whether they do or not de
pends upon (.heir impassions of the
Card of Thanks.
I wish to express my heartfelt
thanks to my friends and the citizens
of Pendleton who so kindly and gen
erously assisted me in the sickness
of my children and death of my little
MRS. KIZZIE JIAHPOLR.
State Commander J. W. Sherwood
will be with us Tuesday, February 17
Every Sir Knight should be present
Business of Importance.
G. A. ROBBINS,
J. S. KEYS, n. K.
Alter Venice Borlln has more
brldpos than any other town In
I J fr bunch
e Vallfiv. nr ii.-Qti
Mite Narcissus, per doWi!
irif"'i an Htiu wane,
wen. 75b to . .. '
3Irilozfn, $2 50 to. ...
r-nnts, p(jr bunch
! Primrose, each, 25o and 30c.
- Cyclamen Cineraria, large tlowering
plant, each, 00c.
1 Geraniums, each, 15c and up.
Fuohias, eaoh, loo and up.
Oxalls Bulbs, rcr dozen, 25c to 45e.
Let your valentine be a basket of
jtlowera or a tlowering plant.
Delicious Hot Chocolate and Beef Tea, 5 cents.
Lownev's Chocolate Candies
p Chocolate and Bon bons. Home Made Candies in boxes,
ioc up; also in bulk.
KOEPPFNT'S DRUG STORE
P5 Steps From Main St., Toward the Cottft House
Men's shirts, Teutsch's.
Choice moats at Houser's.
Sea food fresh at Castle's.
Try Gratz's clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Gratz's.
Hohbach's baking Is clean.
Fresh flsh dally at Castle's.
Clothing cleaned by Joerger.
Hohbach's bread Is the besL
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Smoke the Pendleton Favorite.
For shoe repairing see Teutsch.
Big undcrwaro sale at Teutsch's.
A gentleman's smoke, The Pendle
Hays' cigar store, headquarters for
Imported Umburger and Swiss
cheese sandwichej at Gratz's.
Tops, marbles, school supplies
fresh garden seeds. Nolf's.
"El SIdelo," the best cigar made at
Reos' cigar store. Court street.
For Kent Furnished rooms; 723
Aura street, corner Court street.
If Us Hohbach's baking It is good.
Always use It. You'll be satisfied.
For Rent Two furnished front
(looms. Addicss Mrs. H. S. Dorman.
The Oregon Daily Journal can be
! found on sale at Frazier's book store.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raley's
'addition. Inquire at 403 Alta street
A surprise when you see that cozy
homo I can sell you for $1000. E. T,
, You always get choice meat at Hou-
, ser's. Alta street, opposite Savings
For Kent Two furnished rooms,
use of bath and telephone, 520 Market
Lost A ladies' gold watch; Hinder
please return to this ofllce and receive
Wood and coal by car lots a spec
ialty. P. P. Collier & Co., 'phone
Wanted A young lady whose home
is in the city, as a companion. Apply
at this office.
A chance of a lifetime to get a
sewing machine for less than cost, at
For Rent The storeroom on Main
street, now occupied by A. Rohde. In
quire of Chris Ranley.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
The "Stanford Folders" lor photo
graphs, six different sizes, the latest
mounts, at Wheeler s.
Beautiful 5-rooin cottage, two lots,
shade and fruit trees, nicely located.
Reduced to $1500. E. T. Wade.
For Sale Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main street. Good
property at a bargain. Easy terms.
E. T. Wade.
The Christian Scientists' meeting
tomorrow will be at 11:30 a. m., at Mie
home of Mrs. Rose Campbell, at 708
See W. B. Jenkins for door name
plate, signs, numbers, etc. Newest
novelties. Prices low. Office, Commer
For Sale Two nice residences on
Main street, well located. Good bar
gains for someone. Inquire 327, cor
t.er Main and Bluff streets.
Beginlng Friday, Feb. 6., I can sell
any lot In McCalllster's new addition
r.i the owner's pure, $50 up if $300
Call at the postofflce. N. T. Conklln.
Lecture, "The Hand, the Head and
tho Heart," by Rev. Andreas Bard, at
the Piesbyteriau church Friday even
ing, February 20. Admission 25 cents.
The Alert Hose Company dance, In
Armory hall, will take place Febru
ary 17. The proceeds will be devoted
to the purchase of rubber coats for
"The Hand, the Head and the
Heart." Is the subject of Rev. Andreas,
Bard's lecture at the Presbyterian i
church next Friday evening. Don't
miss this treat. Admission 25 cents.!
If you need matting, wood fibre j
carpet, art squares, rugs, lace cur-,
tains, pictures, picture frames, wall'
paper, sewing machines or other ar-J
tides in my stock, now Is the time to ,
invest. Everything must go. Jesse i
The 4 o'clock p. m. meeting of the
Men's Resort tomorrow will be an
experience meeting largely. The In
strumontal music will be furnished
by C. E. Hicks with the violin, andi
Orvllle Edwards at the organ. She!
ley Miller will lead the singing.
h. E. Therkelsen, proprietor of
Therkelsen's piano house, has pur
chased of Jesso Falling the stock of
sowing machines ho had and will en
gago in the business. He will handle
the celebrated White and Standard'
machines. With tho purchase Mr
Therkelsen bought Mr. Falling's
wagons and tho good will of tho bus-;
iness was transferred to him. ;
One of the most unique and at-j
tractive window displays seen in
Pendleton is the one at Taylor's hard
were store. It consists of a battle
ship made entirely of articles sold In
the store. The Idea has beeu well
carried out and many highly compli
mentary remarks are heard from
thoso who view, the display. The dis
play is tho work of J, E. Keys and
I H. Lee has moved to 1212 Rati
Rader has the best furniture polish
on the market.
The work of putting in the new tel
ephones Is progressing rapidly.
A daughter has been born to W. D.
Humphrey and wife, ot Pendleton.
A son was born a few days ago to
A .L. Swaggart and wife, of Athena.
Cut this out, take it to Rader's
furniture store and get a bottle of
furniture polish free.
Chris Ranley, the shoemaker, has
for 35 years bought all the leather he
has used of one Arm In San Fran
cisco. The church social at the Christian
church last evening, given by the
"Reds" to the "Blues" was accounted
a great success by the guests.
J. R. Dospaln has bought of the
Sherman hoirs, who live In San Fran
cisco, the residence at the southwest
corner of Johnson and Webb streets,
and two lots therewith. The consid
eration was $3,000.
Entertaining and educational will
be the art exhibit at the new Chris
tian church, March 4. 5, fi and 7,
under the auspices of the Federation
the Women's clubs. See the club
notes fo rparticulnrs.
The two I. O. O. lodges of this" place
Eureka No. 32, and Integrity No.
P2 and the Rebekahs will soon have
a social session. Music, a literary
program and a banquet will be the
features of the evening.
IN POLICE COURT.
$ It Pays to Trade at The Peoples Warehouse
Sole . .
Eight Pendleton Boys Assaulted
Three Country Boys Guilty of Dis
Eight boys, Emmett and Mort Sum
mers. Herbert and Claude Franklin,
Charles Gibson and Charles Hastings,
Lloyd Sheridan apd Robert Llnsner
were found guilty in Judge Fitz Ger
ald's court this afternoon of disor
derly conduct. Sentence was suspend
ed upon the promise all the boys made
that they would not in tho future nt
tempt to bulldoze boys from the coun
try who were left In charge of tho
wagons in which they rode to town,
while their fathers transacted busi
ness. The complaining witnesses in
this case were the young sons of
Charles Heighan and Mr. Dougherty,
both residents of McKay Creek, it
appears that the Heighan and Dough
erty boys weie amply able to take
care of superior numbers and did so,
but when the first aggressors went
away and returned with reinforce
ments the proportion of eight town
boys to the three boys from the
country proved too great odds.
Series of Meetings.
The expected series of meetings at
the new Christian church will begiu
Sundaj. March 1. This date has beeu
definitely fixed and may be relied up
on. These meetings will be conduct
ed by Allen WUboii, the famous Indi
anapolis revivalist, as has been an
nounced heretofore. Mr. Wilson has
a record of thousands of conversions
at his meetings during the past year,
and is a pulpit orator of great ability,
a wonderfully eloquet man, as well as
a deep thinker. He will be accom
panied to this place and assisted
throughout the entire series of meet
ings by a magnificent singer, Mr.
Lentt. The dedication of the new
building will take place March 15,
just two weeks from the opening of
the meetings. The public Is charged
and requested to remember the date
for the opening of Mr. Wlllsori'4
meetings and also for the dedication.
Rev- Edward's Address,
Rev. Jonathan Edwards' address
before the high school yesterday
afternoon is said to have been a real
intellectual and literary treat. His
tlpic was "Wendall Phillips, Henry
Ward Beecher and John B. Gough:
Phillips, the author of aristocracy and
art; Beecher, the orator of demociacy
and genius; Gough. tiie orator of pas
sion and nature."
For the next five days, ending Saturday, February 14th,
we will continue this sale.
ENDS OF DRESS GOODS at half price.
ENDS OF SILKS at half price.
FANCY HOSIERY broken sizes at half price.
63 MEN'S SUITS LEFT at half price.
300 YARDS PERCALES at half price.
Ilnr RPlMncr nt liADlKS iulATS hs hnpn vnrv trnn thn nuat s
week and until Saturday night will contlnuo to sell all of our
COATS AND JACKETS, short or long, at HALF PRICE Lots 9
01 imiigs mai wo cannoi nere mention aro inciuaeu in mis
S THE PE1PLES WAREHOUSE
g Agents Butterlck's Patterns.
The Wonders of Science 3
Are astonishing .sometimes,
but in no other science has
been more progress shown
than in the line of sanitary
plumbing. The health of the
community depends upon
having it properly and scion
tifically done by expert
plumbers that understand
their business like
W. J. CLARKE & CO.,
GAME . .
We have received a second
shipment this vcar.
HARDWOOD CR0KIN0LE BOARDS
$1.48. At $195 we offer
you Hardwood two sido
Game Board on which 25
games and more may be
I The Delicacies
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters Frog
Legs Clams f Crabs
f and Lobsters
I and other salt and fresh
water foods , .
GARDEN SEEDS Our fresh stock
is now arriving. We sell
nothing but reliable seeds,
as hundreds of our custom
ers will testify All 5c , g
packages garden or flower . 1
Low prices on ;ceds by
ounce and pound lots. Call
or send for new catalogue.
ENVELOPES SNAP-500 XX En
velopes, size G't, this week
for only 69c
The Nolf Stoe
Telephone Miiln 4
For Ladies Have Arrived
Where Whole Families are Shod.
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS.
We have ihe largest stock of carpets, outside of Portland, in
the state. This is an undif-putable fact, We offer better bar
gains than can be had in Eastern Oregon, another fact which
is proven by the low prices we are offering.
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next door to Postofflce,
We announce that we have opened undertaking parlors in
connection with our furniture and carpet store anil will answer
calls day or night. Phone Black 273.
BEST DRY WOOD.
We have bonght of the Allen Brothers, their interest in the
Wood business, and now we are ready to furnish the best
dry wood on short notice. Oifice 038 Main Street.
Phone i2t. P.P. COLLIER & CO.