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j -mir tlio louowinj; muucemems:
ixoUts at $3.85
dippers at Toutsch's.
i. MirvnlntpR nra different.
only ono gonulno P. I. It.
the butcher, 'phone main
norm i t viuiuui huiu
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In quarter sizes. Doston
1. tllrn mn.fl
all winter millinery.
has a first-class piano tuner.
' cigar store, uouri , street.
A T'A.nnil tf'r sin I. In n( lmit
at ail iiuuiu. x uuuu iiiuiii
are sausiieu nnn always won
fftiir taiU' n tmfr nf fUnrlft BHU UD.
just like a trip to Portland to '
urgest timber belt In Eastern
14 in wu ou'fi fntiiifv. wo
I McDonald, Wallowa. Ore.
CUT fll AQQ
Th c remainder nf
Jt reduction of
2 1-2 Per Cent
Tl,i? sale includes all
stock we have on
Some beautiful nieces
h A J.
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
HttHtHMIM '"" Illlinw
.I Nnw Year we will sell all our Shirt
.. . i. t rnntiv reuuuen nricos. Wn want.
Jnoflthem an out oy January ist, 1UU4.
$2.25 Waists at $1 73
2 00 " "
1-75 " "
will find other bargains all over the store.
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
Got Sunny. U 0 Rader.
Flush fruit dally at Martin's.
Best shoe repairing at Teuton's
There 1b only one genuine P. I, n.
For Rent A piano. Apply at this
New roady-mndo skirts ai riving
uany nt Toutsch o,
It you want a piano or organ, read
railing s au. louay.
'Phone I-ane's paint shop when you
want window glass put In.
Blank hooks and office supplies,
new diaries, stationery. Nolf s,
Spend tho winter nights using one
of our lino game hooks. Nolf b.
Call up 'phono main 701 when you
wnnt. a cab. Heady for service at all
The Steln-Illoch clothing is a pow
erful convlnccr of tho Doston Store's
.Miss Wheeler will tuko u vacation
from, giving .nstructlons In music un
til Monday, January 4.
Wanted To buy a bakery or loca
tion for u bakery. Address George G.
Patterson, care East OreRonlan.
inr inn IiriPP tinnsnn I fin I llnct nmilo in Mia nltw n m a or voi
saoo is suninc so iuhi ui iuu at uio new si. ueorEQ resiauram.
Store, Everything new, neat and clean, 25c
Thev nlwavs Dlease. Ronton The Knlchts nt tho. Mancahces have
m... ..m.. .... serve runa. ca e y invested, ir you
km m-.icuc.cB rnnue uy . Graves.
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the Boston Store, except the Ferguson-iviaioney BUiming ramany
In prices. It pays you better 1 Changes Hands.
C II. Wuile and wile have sold to
Jacob F. Clemmer lor $1,2I0, about
live ncroH of land In southwest quar
ter of the southeast quarter of sec
tion 1, In township 2, north or range
:!2 east, being u tract of land In the
northeast part of Pendleton.
Jumos W. Mnloney and wile have
sold their half Interest in the Kergu-son-Maloney
building on Alain street.
to nr. Elmur IS. Ferguson, or rue
Dalles, for $7,250
Dr. Ferguson Is a '
hon of J M. Ferguson, the owner of
tne other half of tho property, and
will In the future share half of the
lontals or the place. The block will
be used for the same purpose as It
has In the past, there being no. In
tention on the part of the new own
ers to change the business houses
conducted thcro In any way.
Criminals Are Made, Not Born
"Nn chlbl Ib born a criminal
n writer In n French magazine. "Af
tor many years or stuay I am eon,
vlnccd that criminals are produced
by bad surroundings and lack of
trnlning, and not by heredity.
"The tchlld who has no school but
the street, no authority over him ex
cept that of tho policeman, who eats
poor food and wears torn clothes, who
Is unwashed and untaught and neg
lected, is quite certain to grow up to
bo some kind or a social enemy." He
recommends that tho city, not k pri
vate society, should take charge "I
all neglected children.
Lust year, if an average were made,
every man, woman and child In the
United States recolved CI letters, 31
newspapers or periodicals, and 14
puckages; and every sixth person reg
istered a letter.
You will enjoy a cup of our
delicious HOT CHOCO
LATE. We don't know
how to make it taste any
Letter. Don't believe you
ever had any finer. Ours is
5c a cup.
The Popular Pticz
j j PERU, MEHTlDli.
Low Wcnham returned from Iji
Grande this morning.
Charlos Hess, of Milton, Is In the
city Tor n short visit.
0. J. Kirk, of Milton, is In the city
ror a short business vlsft.
0. H. Ummery, of Adams, is tlio
guest or friends In tho city today.
irs. J, A. Carlson, of Kamcla, It
tho guest of relatives for a few days,
Miss Pauline Simpson, of Weston
visited with friends in the city to
Mrs. Catherine Pnnlnr. nf Snloni I
visiting relatives In the vicinity of
Will Jameson, or Wnstnn
Pendleton visitor today with friend
in uie cuy.
UllS Tumor, of Woatnn in In ihn
city for a short time, tho cuest or the
nuii'i sc. ueorgo.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis C. Dock, of Athe
na, were the guests of Pendleton
F. A. Seufert. Jr.. nf Thn TIiiIIbs. I
in mo city for a visit of a few day
with friends hero.
Mrs. Edwnrd Mnnasse. of Athena
was the guest or relatives in the cltv
juHicuay ana locloy.
ftir. and Mrs. C E. White, of i.n
Grande, are visiting Pendleton
rrlonds for a few days.
H. C. Adams, of Weston, was the
guest of friends In the city yesterday
iur an over Sunday visit.
J. B. I.lston. an Insurancn man of
bugene, was in the city this morn'
ing on business for a short time.
K A. Snow, a business man of
Pullman, was a Pendleton visitor to
day for a short time on business.
AIT finrl Mra T? Unrini. r.f
Meacham, are the guests of frfends
in the city for a short visit on bus!
Miss Ilertha Gross left this morn'
Ing for Athena, where she will bo tho
guest of friends and relatives for a
Alex Oliver and wife returned from
a visit to Echo, last evening. They
attended the rabbit drive there yes'
J. J. Dalleray has returned from
week's business trin to Portland
where he has been Interested In le'
W. I,, Shaw, of Milton. Is In the
city for a short visit. Mr. Shaw is
the well known larmcr and irrica
nonist or tnat city.
Mrs. Hannah Rogers, who ban been
assisting Mrs. C. S. Brown during the
illness of Conductor Brown, has re
turned to her uome In La Grande.
Mr. and Mrs. McAuley. of Baker
City, have been the guests of Mr. and
.irs. vviinam Jioseason, while on
their way to North Yakima to spend
the holidays with their son George.
Will Ingram returned this morning
from a visit to George It. DeMott
who is suffering with rheumatism at
Hot Lake. Mr. DeMott's condition
Is much better, and he is belnc great
ly benefited by the treatment there.
Miss Mae Weniiam accompanied
her brother. Lew Wcnham, from La
Grande this morning, en route to
Prosser, Wasn., where she goes to
visit during the holiday season. She
is a teacher In the Union county
DEATH OF MRS. SIMARD.
Been a Sufferer from Tubercu
sis for Over a Year.
Mrs. Nettle E. Simard died at St
Anthony's hospital in tills city Sat
tirday evening, Dec. 2i, niter a lln
goring Illness of over n year with tu
bcrculosls. She was brought tiom
her home near Freewuter to tlio hos
pital on November 17, In hopes that
tii v chtinge would benefit her, but the
dread dibeate has weakened her to
such nn extent the skill and caie be
stowed upon her was of no avail.
Airs. Simard, formerly Miss Nettle
Creswell, leaves a husband, four
brothers .1 A flrnswnll nl Helix.
Addison C, Creswell of Vancouver, B.
U., Alfred II. Creswell of Chlco, cal.,
and John I. Creswell or Freewater
and one sister, Mrs. M, A. Bellinger
of Salem, besluo large circle of
Irlends to mpurn her loss.
She was born at Salem, Oregon, on
December S, 18UC, anu came to Uma
tilla county ten years ago, and has
resided here since that time. In
youth she united with t.ie Presbyter,
ian church and was a devoted, con
sistent member of that church until
About one year ago she was taken
III with tuberculosis and while the at
tack was not severe. It gradually un
dermined her strength until It was
thought a change in surroundings
mid treatment would benefit her when
sho was brought to the new hospital
in this city, on November 17.
The funeral services were conduct
ed at tho Presbyterian church at 10
o'clock this morning by Rev. R. J.
Diven and interment took place at
Over Sixty Persons Attend a
The Barkeepers' Union gave their
long expected banquet In the hall in
the now Malarkey building last night,
and H proved to bo a very enjoyable
affair. Over GO persons were In at
tendance, and the evening was pass
ed In banqueting, speech and song,
President Trampleasure, of the
Federated Trades Union, presided at
tho banquet table, and many speeches
were made during the course of thu
ovenlng. A program consisting of
'music and literary numbers wan
given, and tho ovonlng was ono oi
great enjoyment to all present, Tho
affair was under tho direction of ii
committee consisting of C I Me
Oinnts, Goorgo Ernst and Joe Sulll
van, who acted for tho union In tho
entertainment of their employers and
NEW EXEMPTION LAW.
Special Session Changes Meaning and
Adds No Emergency Clause.
The exemption law ciTltctcu by tho
special session, and -which will tnke
effect March 23. differs materially
fiom tho old law.
Under tho law ns it stood nrlnr in
1903, each householder was entitled
toi an oxcmntlon oi 1300 nn Ills nor.
Subdivision S. ot section 3039, of
the code, specifying whnt property
shall be exempt from taxation, has
been amended so as to rend ns fol
lows: "The following property, If owned
or kept for use, by and for his or her
ramily: household goods, furniture,
and utensils, two cows, 10 sheop, five
swine, and the tools, implements, ap
paratus, team, vehicle, harness, or li
brary to enable any person to carry
on his trade, occupation or profession
by which such person earns his or
her living to tho amount of $300, the
aitlclcs to bo selected oy such house
holder; provided, however, that when
the assessed valuation of tho person
al property above enumerated shall
amount to less than $300 .inn only
such amount as the total of sucn
property herein enumerated, shall Iw
exempt from taxation."
AN UNKNOWN DONOR.
Sylvia Turner Receives Christmas
Presents Through Rev. Howard.
Rev. Howard, the pastor of the
South M, E. church, was presented
with a package by nn unknown man
on Christmas eve, containing a pres
ent for Sylvia Turner, the little girl
who is in charge of Mrs. Walter
Wells, awaiting the action of the
Boys' and Gills' Aid Society of Port
land, after having been taken from
her foster motner who so badly treat
ed her a few weeks ago.
The package contained a necklace
and locket, besides n generous sup
ply of candy and nuts and was a very
generous gift from tho unknown but
Strike at Landlords.
The German government will ask
tho relchstag for $1,250,000, to con
tinue tho work of building homos to
be occupied rent free by civil em
ployes.. The Berlin Landlords' asso
ciation recently appealed to tho gov
ernment not to butld any more of
these homes, because 9,000 flats in
Berlin are without tenants. The pro
test was not heeded, the govern
ment's position being that It Is cheap
er to provide houses tree or rent than
to Increase salaries sufficiently to
meet the prices of tho combination of
Berlin landlords, wnicli amounts
nearly to a trust.
A Work-As-You-Ple3su State.
Iowa Is found to be Blow In legisla
tion benefiting the laboring people.
Tho secretary or state received a let
ter from the secretary of the National
Association of Manufactmers requir
ing a copy of laws relating to the
eight-hour work day and decisions of
the courts affecting such legislation.
The letter was turned over to the
commissioner of labor, who finds that
Iowa has no law on The subject, and
no decisions have been made, Sul
that the length of tho work day Is a
mutual agreement between employers
and employes In tbat state.
Mrs, Brown Improving.
.Mrs. Catherine Brown, who was
brought from Duncan, on Meacham
creek, to St. Anthony's hospital
Christmas morning, with u severe at
tack of Inflammation of tho stomach,
Is somewhat bettor today, and al
though advanced In years, hopes are
now entertained for her recovery.
Her son, Ben F. Brown, has moved
from Duncan to his .arm on the Tutu
Ilia, two miles south of this city.
Hauling Mud Off Main Street.
Thu street commissioner Is having
another ton or two of mud taken
rom the streets while It is dry
enough to handle. Tho scraper Is at
worn on Main streei, auu a lorce oi
men is busy shoveling tho surplus
street Into wagons and hauling It
where It will be better appreciated
than In the business portion of the
Attended the Funeral.
G. W. Hunt, of Foster, Is in the
elty, having come to attend the funo-
ral of Charles Chandler, who died a
few days ago of pneumonia, and who
had been In the employ of Mr. Hunt
for the last 10 years.
Senator Ankeny In Town.
Senator Levi Ankeny and son, N
Ankeny, of Walla Walla, aro In the
city for a short visit with frleuds.
and on business. The senator la hero
looking after his Interests In tho First
National Bank, of which ho Is one of
the principal stockholders.
Olympla Beer Olympia Deer.
The most popular brand for family
use. On draught at Anton Nolle u.
Ho also handles tho oottled beer in
any quantity desired.
An epidemic of smallpox Ib raging
l.oiane, a village near (jouage
Why uw gi-lutme and
ejii'llll UOltro HUHKlllg,
and coloring wuuu
nmliici--! li.'lti'r r.'sulU in two intuutos?
Everything lu thu package. Simply udd,uot
water nudw t to cuul. Il'dpvrfvctkm. Asur.
prise to llio linunewife, K i trouble, lew ex
jieu.'. Try it ti-d,iy. lu Four Fruit Fla
vors: Lemun. Orange, Strawberry, Uusp
berry. At grocers. lOo.
NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT AND
POWER PLANT FOR IT
Intention Is to Run All the Mills and
Stamps and Light the Interior
from This Plant Annual Meeting
of Company Will Be Held Here.
J. A. Howard, or Sumplor. Is In the
clly tor n short business visit. Mr.
Howard Is tho manager of the Gol
cpnda Mining company, and Is here
to conior wltn tho stockholders and
directors of tho company preparatory
to the, annual meeting and the com
pilation Of the annual report of the
It Is tho Intention of tho company
to mako a great many Improvements
In their property during the year
now opening, and these matters will
come up at tlio annual meeting which
meets In this elty townrds the lni
ter part or no.t month.
New Elictrlc Plant.
One of uiolr contemplated improve-
nicms is mo installation ot a larger
nun miii-ii improved electric power
limni t tnpir mine, so that all of
the mills and stamps of tho mlno can
be run from tne one sourco of power,
nnd nt tne samu time tho stntlon will
furnish light for tho mine nt nil
Mr. Howard will return to Sumpter
In a short tlmo, whero ho will finish
up the work or this year and prepare
his reports lor tho meeting In this
THE ARMY OF WRITERS.
How Many People Are Engaged
writing for a Living.
The recent petition of the Amerl
enn Authors' society for n reduction
or postage has brought on n discus
sion as to tho number or people en
gaged In writing for the periodicals,
or, ns one puts It who made the fig.
ures, 23,000 that "write for. the maga
zines." Others tnnt may be said to
have Borne sort of Idea of the mcts
think that Iheso figures are below
rather than above tho lu'ark.
Largo cities llko Now ork, Chica
go and Doston havu their thonsandM,
small cities probably Sinve more than
"thousands" In proportion to size;
vlllnges have still more, perhnps, who
are steadily at work contributing to
the Hood. It Is nil rough guesswork,
but or the vast number of people lluu
are engaged In turning out short ato
rles, novels and poems there can be
Theie is an old anecdote of the
editor of a magazine n few yenrs ugo
who said that his publication lind ul
ready accepted articles si'ifllcient to
run many yeurs without tnklng any.
thing else of any kind. It was esti
mated recently that SO.OO.o 1ioob had
been turned out by the book publish
Ing houses InHt year. Emerson says,
und truly, that It Is necessary to re
write everything, even history, every
Australia' New Policy.
When the site of the Federal capi
tal of Australia Is proclaimed, Ir the
I.ubor pnrty is successrul in carrying
out Its desires, tho world will bo
shown a row splendid object lessons
in public ownership. Although money
win nave to ue oorrowed in the first
instance for tho erection of thu nrln
clpal public buildings, not one penny
lor interest or tho repayment of linn
clpal need como out of tlio tnxinv
ers' pockets If the Iond be lensedTIml
not sold. It will bo the aim of tho
Federal Labor party to make this
part of the government policy. It will
be further proposed that the control
of the liquor trafllc shall remain In
thu hands of tho commonwealth gov
ornment forever and a duy. the nrof-
Its or the traffic to ho used to beautify
All members of UmnholllB Triliu
and or the Degree or Pocahontns aio
requested to bo present at Hendricks
Han Wednesday, December 20, at 2 P.
m.. to attend tho funerul of ChnrleK
E. Wulker, or Sultcse Tribe, Tckoa,
Wash. The services will bo held
under tho auspices or the Improved
uruer or uodtuen.
8pecial Encampment Meetlnq.
Umatilla Encampment No, 17.
O. O. F., will hold a special meeting
on next Thursday night, December
3i, for the purpose of conferring de
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
W. L. DouglaB Shotw for
Men, $3.50 und $4.00.
Also the Pingreo Gloria
elioea for vvoraon, 3.50.
The Little lied Schoolhouso
8lioes for Children,
The above threo lines tire
the best for tho money.
Ha sure and notice the
stain pon the solo, hb it has
come to our notice that oth
er are selling their shoes for
the above brand.
Collections on January 1.
Owing to tho fact that Jan
uary 1 Is a holiday, and that
by mutual agreement no col
lections aro to bo mndo by thu
business men on a Saturday,
collections for tho first of tho
month will not bo mado by
tho business men of Pendle
ton until on Monday, Janu
Washington Teachers' association,
Tneotua, Dec. 28-30.
National Livestock convention,
Portland, January 12, 13, 14 nnd 15.
Oregon Christian Endeavor tonvoi
Hon at Pendleton, February 19-22,
Whitman-Oregon debate, Eugene,
Jnnunry IB, 1901.
Dance at Echo Next Thursday.
A grand ball will bo given at Ma
sonic hall, nt Echo, on New Year's
Eve, Thursday, December 31. Mc
Lyman's orchestra will furnish thu
music and supper will bo Berved by
Mrs. Uosn Webb.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tto Laxative Ilromo (Jmnlno Tabled, All
riruffitln refund tbo money If It f Alls to cure.
E. n.llrove'i itgnature on each box. :3c.
W. 10. Wilson, a saloon man of Or
egon City, wns fined $10 Saturday for
selling liquor to minors,
Large 8-day Clocks, K00tl
$2.95, worth $4.00
t Fine Line of Toilet Soap
I 2C to ioc a box
Tablets, Complete lines from J
5c to 35c 4.
New boarils, linens anil
Leave Your Orders With
DESPAIN & CLARK
All towns along; the Hue of th
W. & Columbia Itlver I tall road
nm buy from tlx In carloail
lotn at very leawinnble prices.
614-514 MAIN STREET.
Phone Main 1741
See the beautiful line of
Suitable for this occa
sion wu arc showing.
We handle exclusively
in Pendleton the Chase
A Sanborn Teas and Cof
fees, recognised as the
highest grade on the
Should hftvu that host of
DRY and FINK, thut
you will find with
P. P, COLLIER.
AIbo your Christmas Coal.