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focket, tloak & Fur
SALE ALL THIS WEEK
DAILY EAST OREGONtAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1904.
We will give a Big Discoant on
all Jackets, Cloaks and Fars tip
tjT Satarday Night, angary jQth.
We desire to close out the entire
tot, and the prices we have placed
on them will make them move.
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
LffH-H-H -l I 1 I I I I I I I H I I 1 1 I M I 1 I I 1 1 I I I M I I I I
t.,ier Get Sunny.
n,u rlnllr at Martin's.
lelta chocolates are different.
Irat-A piano. Apply at this
L the butcher, 'phone main
i- .....Far cl7a Ttntitrm
r pnlctimt mnms in rpnt.
tm nnint ctlfll. U'lldtl Vfltl
. tl n Tnntcl.'a
Campbell Is having a special
.tt winter mllllnprv
t - Awn, nlnan ntnnn tltnnp
r nr ntoro. court sireei.
a t' ..1. ..I. In n vnil"
it all hours. 'Phono main
are satisfied and always well
your lady a pair of Gloria
Tuey always please, lloston
the real delicacies made by
tar the price. Reason the
Bum' lo aciiiuK nu .nob ,
just like a trip to Portland to
the Boston Store, except the
in prices. It pays you better
meals In the city are served
new St. George restaurant.
Get Sunny. TJ C Rader.
Knox hat agency, Boston Store.
New ready-madi) skirts airiving
ially at Teutsch's.
The Delta chocolate and bon bons
always taste like more.
Another shipment whisk broomt,
10c to 25c. Noll's notion store,
Don't forget to stop at the Dutton
Cnndy Store to ra drink of Ko-Ko.
Get your clothing cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's 120 West Court
Call up 'phone main 701 when you
want a cab. Ready for service ut all
For Sale Well established milk
route in this city, at a bargain. En
quire at this office.
Fechter Is at bis old stand, 221
Court street, with a fresh stock of
candles, nuts, fruits, cigars, etc.
Lost A gold Multnomah pin. Lib
eral reward will bo paid Under by re
turning to Eatl Bode, at 211 Court
For Sale Half of lot 7 and half of
lot 8, Haley's addition, house and
good woodshed, buggy shed and other
Improvements. Price $075. This Is a
bargain. Call on James Brown ut
city recorder's office.
National Woolgrowers' Association,
Portland, January 11-12, 1904. North
west Fruitgrowers' Association, Port
land, January 11-13, 1904. National
Livestock Association, Portland, Jan
uary 12-15, 1904. For the aLovo oc-
: caslons the O. R. & N. makes a rate
of $9.15 for the round trip. Tickets
on sale January 10 and 11. Final re-
turn limit, January 17, 1904. For full
particulars, call on or address F. F.
ine remainder ot our
t a reduction of
This sale includes alt
stock we have on
Some beautiful pieces
I Laid Up for Winter.
' J. S, Mathews and crew, of 'lie
O, R. & N. water service, have ar
rived in the city from Moscow und
i will suspend work until next spring.
' The outfit cars are stored away on
the side track nnd the crew has been
discharged. Mrs.. Mathews, who has
accompanied Mr. Mathews with the
outfit during the summer, returned
! with him much Improved In health.
Tbey will remain In tne city ounnn
Through Wire to Spokane.
The Western Union has Just install
ed a direct wire between this city and
Spokane. Formerly all the Spokane
business from this city has gone by
way of Portland. TUis new wiro
unable the Pendleton office to com
' muntcato directly with Spokane, thus
saving time ana compiicauu"i.
Marriage License Issued.
A marriage license was Issued this
morning, to Newton J. Reeves and
Miss Eiina L. Davis, both of whom
aro residents of this county.
Lessons in embroidery to purchas
ers of materials for pillow tops, tea
cloths, center pieces New line t M
stamped linen with border of drain
work. The Peoples Warehouse.
Acker's Blood Elixir positively cures
Chrtlc Blood Po'sonlng and Scrofu
imia affections. At all wme2 "
matchless system tonic and purifier.
i money mmv
You will enjoy a cup of our
delicious HOT CHOCO
I ATE We don't know
how to make it taste any
better. Don't believe you
ever had any finer.
5c a cup.
tllMmvm.lC The Popular Price
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A. C. KOEPPEN A. BROTHERS
H. Edwards, of Weston, Is in tho
city for a snort visit.
C. M. Mullen, of Weston, was a Pen.
dioton visitor yesterday.
George Bradley, ot Athena, Is in tho
city for a short buslnoss visit.
R. M. Mallory, of ai Grande, was a
Pendleton business visitor today.
Roy Belts, of Pilot Rock, Is visiting
friends In the city for a few days.
J. A. Hubbard, of McKay, is in tho
city for a short time on buslnets.
Miss Odessa fhornberg, ot Weston,
visited with friends in tho city yester
day, J. W. Clay, of North Fork. Is trans
acting business in tho city for a short
William Morrison, of Mora, Is in
the city for a short time on legal bus
iness. Gertrude Jordan is very sick at her
homo on Thompson street, with la
Miss Mamie Gruhb, of Weston, was
the guest of friends m tho city yes
terday. Mrs. C. A. Beuge, of Icxlngton, Is
the guest of friends in tho city for a
Miss Alma Edwards, of Weston, Is
the guest of friends In Pendleton for
a short time.
Miss Hazel Coflman, of Milton,
spent Sunday In the city the guest of
S. E. Miller, of Union, was a busl
noss visitor in the city Saturday after
noon and yesterday.
Dan Smytho has returned from
Arlington, where ho spent his vaca
tion with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bell, of Athena,
are In the city for a short visit with
friends and on business.
Mrs. E. S. Brascl and daughter,
Miss Maude Brasel. ot Starbuck, vis
ited Pendleton friends yesterday.
J. II. Morrison, a well known resi
dent of Weston, is in tho city on busi
ness at the courthouse 'for a day or
Miss Bertha Gross has returned
from Athena, where she visited with
relatives anil friends during the boll
days. Prof E. Ray Jones tetmned yes
terday from La Grande, wheto lie
spent the holidays with friends and
Mrs. W. S. Perry has returned from
Athena, where she has been spending
the holidays as the guest of relatives
Miss Isenberg. of Hood River, was
tho guest of friends in the city today
for a short time while on her way to
Weston, where she is attending the
G. L. Dindinger, of Portland, who
has been visiting his brother. Wil
liam H. Dindinger, of tho firm of Din
dinger & Wilson, for the past week,
has returned to bis home.
Mrs. L. A. Hildreth of Weston and
Mrs. J. H. Hudson of Enterprise, Wal
lowa county, are In tho city, the
guests of Mrs. B. B. Hall for a short
time. Mrs. Hudson will return to her
home on Monday morning.
1 10, 20 AND 30 CENTS
Charged With Robbing a Farm
House Near Juniper.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor left this morn
lug for Walla Walla, where bo went
to bring to the county jail a couple
of hoboes who broke into tho house
of Peter Nelson, a farmer in the Ju
niper district, some time ago, and
took from there some supplies and
The men were seen by someone as
they came from the bouso and were
followed to Wallula, where Deputy
"Bill" Nave, the terror of the booo,
was put on their track and who, after
a long chase, captured them and
brought them to Walla Walla.
It Is not known how much the men
got, but they were bold on the re
quest of Sheriff Taylor, who will re
wltt. fhpm thin pvpnln? to this
city, where they will bo held for the
circuit court on a charge ot roooery
In a dwolling.
SNOW STORM GENERAL.
Umatilla County and'Eaitern Oregon
Under a Foot of the Beautiful.
Tho snow storm which began in
iht tact nlchr hn't hwn Et.ucr-
a! over the Eastern Oregon coun
ties and especially over an portions
of Umatilla county.
At Umatilla, trainmen report about
six inches of snow, the largest tall
recorded at that place for many years.
Bingham Springs reports one foot
this evening, Westoa about eight
inches, Athena, Helix and Adams
about the same. Many stock in the
,,(.. hm'o t,un fnri Imt little yet.
and are in excellent winter condition.
Hay is thought to oe pienuiui
throughout Eastern Oregon, owing to
the delay of the real feeding weath.
cr until now. The tall wheat is in
excellent condition and this snow will
help It along and is Just what was
WILL CASE DISMISSED.
Compromise Effected by the Heirs of
Tho contest In the John Morrison
n-MI rnnn has been dismissed and a
compromise effected between the
parties of the action.
By the compromise tho contestees,
Robinson Martin Morrison, Robert
Morrison and Eliza C. Morrison each
i.ni- in .T T. Llcuallcn. the trustee.
the sum of $1,333.33, or the aggre
gate sum of $4,000, whlcli is to uo in
tmn divided In enual uarts between
John R. Morrison, Richard Moirisou,
William Morrison ana oraco k, iiaies
In return for this nction of the con.
testeos It Is ordered by the court nnd
agreed by tho contestants that tho
rase bo dismissed,
TONIGHT and every Evening at 8, and Matinee Saturday Afternoon at 2:30
Fashionable VaufWittt TUE style of amusement that has set
dbmuuaDie v auoeviue the would abla.k with admiration
Biggest and Best
HAPPY HOOLIGAN, GLOOMY GUS, THE COP
AND KATZENJAMER KIDS. WORLD'S BEST MOTION PICTURES
SCHOOL ELECTION SATURDAY.
No Reduction in the Amount of Levy
The school election will be "old
In this district next Saturday to pro
vide for the special school tax jr
tho district to provide funds for the
Some time ago It was thought that
the tax lovy this year would bo less
than In the past, but It now seems
that this is not so and about the same
amount will be necessary this year
as last. T"1 Hist levy was for 10
mills, and It is now thought that this
amount will bo necessary to provide
for the increased expenses of the
The assessment Is larger than
was last year, but the number of peo
ple Is also larger, and the attendance
at the sdiools is much larger. This
will call for Increased funds, and 'or
this reason It will be necessary to
have the same levy on the higher assessment
SITE TUX LEVY
AMOUNT NEEDED FOR
1904 IS $1,225,000
Of the Amount $25,000 Goes to Agri
cultural College, $250,000 to Lewis
and Clark Fund Large Amount of
Funds Necessary on Account of
Drunk and Disorderly. ;
Tobert Klndloy, a man of sable
hue, was before the city court this '
mripnlnt. rhn rtmrl with hfivlllir lw(tl
drunken on the Sabbath day contrary
to the peace and dignity of tho city,
and albo with having been disorderly
by fighting. He was fined $10 by the
court and in default of the amount is
now in the city jail.
Protracted meetings will begin at
the Methodist church, South, this ev
ening to last for tho cntlro week. Rev.
J. W. Compton, of La Grande, will as
sist Rev. Howard nnd theso meetings
will be part of tho observance of the
week of prayer, which is universally
observed tnrougbout the country this
Lot Livermore Sick,
Lot Livermore, the postmaster, lias
been under tho weather for over a
week as the result of overwork dur
lug the holiday rush at tho postofllce.
Ho was at tho office for a short time
today, but was compelled to return to
his homo to rest. It is thought that
ho will bo at his place onre more in
n few days,
M. E. Church Will Not Observe,
The M. E. church will not formally
observe the week of prayer, owing
to the great amount of other work on
hand, but holds two prayer meetings
during the week nnd expects to hold
a series of meetings of tho same na
J. N. Teal in Town.
J, N. Teal, the vice-president of tho
First National Bank, is In tho city,
having arrived from his homo In
Portland, thiB morning, and will bo
hero for a short tlmo on business in
connection with tho bank.
Died of Brain Fever,
Glenn Boatman, the 19-montbs-old
son of Mrs. Mary Boatman, died it
tho family home in Stage Gulch, Sat
urday morning and was burled thoro
thin afternoon. The causo of tho
death was brain fover.
C. B. Wade Recovering.
C. B. Wade, who has been borlous
ly 111 at his homo, is reported bomo
better today, and It is thought by his
physicians that li Is now on (bo
mend and will in u short time bo on
his feet again,
Miss Elizabeth McCauloy ami
George R. Short, of Pierce county,
Washington, were married Saturdny
nf lei noon ftt tlutai'esldenco or Robert
Salem, Jan. I, Tho state board of
levy, consisting of Governor Cham
berluln, Secretary of State Dunbiir
and Treasurer Moore, thlB morning
made tho annual tax lovy for 1904.
The amount of revenue rallou for
Is $1,225,000, and of this sum $.25,000
is for tho Agricultural college, the re
mainder for the general expenses of
tho state and to pny the extraordinary
appropriations provided for under
special acts of tho legislature. Mn
rlon county will pay. of this amount
the sum of $75,092.50, as against $40,.
588 last year. Umatilla county pays
$60,025, and Is third on tho list ot
heavy taxpayers, Iwo and Multno
mah being tho only two paying more.
Tho Increase Is explained by Sec
retary of State Dunbar to bo owing
to the largo special appropriations
mado by tho legislature nt tho last
regular and special sessions, which
have to bo provided for this year.
Celllo canal ,. . $100,000
Indian War veterans 100,000
lwis nnd Clark exposition.. 250,000
Portage railway 186,000
But for those, largo extraordinary
appropriations tho levy would havo
been Just half what It Is, but those
appropriations havo been made, and
tho board was compelled to lovy the
tax to pay tho amounts named,
In tho mattor of tho exposition ap
propriation a llko sum of $250,000 will
havo to bo appropriated next year, as
tho slate will pay $500,000 toward
the expenses of tho exposition,
The proud stop is slow and meas
ured. Tho toes aro conspicuously
turned out, the legs Btrolgbtencd.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
TUa LAXMire Dromo ttuivino i.mM,
drunliu refund lb. bmi7 II II I'lU to curt.
Congregational Church Observance.
The Congregational church will ob
servo the tegular program for tho en
tire week of prayer, as given In the
Saturday Issue or the East Oregon-Ian.
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
W. L. Douglaa 8hoe3 for
Men, $3.50 and $4.00.
Also the Pingree Gloria
ehoeafor Women, $3.50.
The Little Ked SchoolhouBO
Bhoes for Children,
The above three HneH are
the best for tho money.
Be sure and notice tho
stamp on tho nolo, as it has
come to our notice that oth
er? are selling their shoes for
the above brand.
W. H. Kelly, of Grant County Mining
Town, Over $900 Shy In Accounts.
Sumptor, Jan. 4, W. H, Kelly, post,
master at Greenhorn City, In Grant
county, is $914,19 short in his ac
counts and Postnl Inspector T J.
Clark, of Wnlln Wnlla, has notitkvl
Kelly's bondsmen, who will bo requir
ed to ntuke good the nmount.
Kelly's relatives have slgnllled
their willingness -. settle tho account
anil reimburse the bondsmen, Kolly
has been removed irom the office
nnd W. R. Drnpor, a merchant nt
Gleenhorn City Is acting postmastor.
Tho downfall of Kolly Is attributed
solely to bard drinking,
7 Special Goods
Large 8-day Clocks, tfood
f $2.95, worth $4.00
Fine Line of Toilet Soap
2C to ioc a box
T Tablets, Complete lines from
5c to 35c
New boards, linens and
n School Supplies
Leave Your Orders With
DESPAIN & CLARK
All towns along the Una ot lk
W. A Columbia River JUHroarf
can buy from us in oarloaU
lots at very leasonable prieea.
614-514 MAIN STREET
Phone Main 1741
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrel a day,
Flour exchanged (or wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped
etc., always on band.
PROMPT, HKMAHM3 rJICUVICK
i A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
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