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HATCKDAY. JUNK x 1901.
For Street or
Rtact Kcpndoctinn ..( Mi stvl- I Ihm
ThMV arc OtMU shoes at
tins price. The (lillercti' i
is in the shoes. The 1 1 f
fcrrnrc has made
Queen Quality Shoes
world famous. All sics
one price $3.00.
Practical Knot end Shoe Men.
Roiled Iihiii (or lunches lit llawlev's.
OlM Mri package garden iwdi Nolf'i
Boy your Window shades at
)ih secnnd-hanil naif for sale at
JiiRt right Kite h r i ti' chickens at
(ludahy's extra IWOet llavnred hams
at 1 1 aw lev 's.
Mine Rere unit, Cbi.iver Urns.
Dry Qoodt OOi
rants, ! to fit a pair. Cleaver Urns.
Dry Goods Co.
A too racycle. ami Crawford bieyloi
left at WHlMO't,
Harden how at all price- ami guaran
teed at WitheitV
Holid inoiiiitain potatoc free from
sprouts at I law lev 'a.
Have your picture- IfOBMd . Iatet
stylos at Murphy's.
Kaney cassimore -oil-. f'i. Cleaver
HroN. I'lry (hinds Co.
'leMinnM 111 wall paper at
Murphy' paint store
At Kader's furniture store ih the
HneHt line 01 rugH ami mat 1 1 nt; .
Automatic refriKerator- ami water
coolers at Kader's furniture -tore.
Window shadcH, curtain isdes, mir
rorn, etc., at furniluri store.
OldHHt place and Is.si lamalcH, .11 I..
Hoy 'a, cor. Court and Harden street.
FtlMOt hauiH and lard on the market.
Home prodoeti trv It, it guaranteed.
N.hwarz A (irtuiln hi
Ice cream for parties and Indite
sociables at asocial prices, ipiality
guaranteed. ( ami Mutton.
Crescent lucvcle- i n the 111-1.1 i I meiil
plan at the OlOHOOt Bgenoy In the Kosl
Oregon inn building, pavnent- fl a
week, no intercut.
Kenieinher I have a better -lock of
oil, axlo-groaae, rope, tolling ami all
other iiarvett supplies than ever he
fore. I. lOOOt) Helix.
Until noon Momlav, .lune In, the
sprinkling committee will receive
bids, at tie- oiiu f ti it recorder
for the privilege of placing adverti-e
mcnts upon one, two or three of the
Ntreet Hprinkling wagons, (or the BBS.
win ti IU01.
A lady dropped her purse ir.nn iier
pin'ket, on Main ntreet, near I'eudlet.ui
Savings hank. The man who wa- ORM
to pick it up ahoiild return it to thi
otlice aud receive a inniiev reward and
thiiH avoid tiie trouble which mav
come to him if he doeit not.
The aOBOOl memorial service of the
I. O. 0. f, will be held at the Ihomp
hiiii Ntreet M K. church on -mid 1
evening, .lune II. All members of the
order in I'eiiclletoii are requested to
assemble at Mil Kellowx temple at 7
o'clock p. 111. 10 march in a lio.lv to
The NAceieNt kind 0' window
draMiry, especially for lied rooms
ilainty milled curtaiiiH, that have .1
world of reliiiement ami taste in their
Nuowy fold- Btofjf booeehold Nhouhl
he intesootod in m Renal (asbionobis
window laliricM of the day. We have
an excellent stuck ami tin- priest are
economic, I..V to :i.iift a pair
Alexander A Heller.
l-rexli strawberries every dav. Haw
ley'n. H. J. K. 11 lily, of Athena, has com
menced nu it for divorce form Kveiina
RopOTll are going over the hooks of
ex-County Treasurer WhittleNey, of
We have the iHrgeHl stork ami heat
variety of stationary in BMtOH Ore-
gon. lull run 11 D0
Horn to Mr. and Mm. J, S. I Ornish,
at their home mirth of Pendleton, a
girl, on Monday, May 17,
Lady or gentleman to represent Us
in eaidi localitv. n I pHv ami steadv
employment, blK Chatnlier of Com
merce, Pott lend,
Three furnii bed roome rnltabls for
hooeekeeptng to mnt. cheap. Fruit,
garden ami use of piano Address MlO.
A. Mavis, PondlotoOi
Standard (irocerv Company will
have within a few days a shipment of
the ndehrafed Casino hralld of canned
goods, formerlv handled by Tatom
ItroH. Ask for them.
Odd l id lows and Kchckahs are to
meet at their hall at 7 o'clock Sunday
evening to marrh to the Thompson
ntreet M. B. church to attend the an
1 1 nit I BteOIOf lol service.
W alla Walla StateNinan : Married,
in tins cifv yesterdav aflernooii, .lune
1. Mis- Nettle Bi Oreeewell and Blooi
Simard, boitl of Umatilla county, Ore
00 BoVi AilNtin lin e, pastor Oi the
I' irNt Oonfregotloool ehoioOi peffonsed
The election of a Cavuse chief to
inereed the lute Ml Hie Chief will
positively take pla.e on Tuesday, .lime
II. I In elei I mn Will take place 110
matte' how many or how few are
present It will be oondoeted like a
inte mnn'i sleetioti tnd will Im by
PIOUS notice that there will he a de
lightful social given in the I'reshvle,
ian church norlofSi Toesdoy, Jane II,
Admission free. ReffsobBeoel will be
OrtfOd to all who desire for the small
On of 6 cent. This uncial is to rolss
money for the new organ. All are cor-
A lire alarm at li oYlnck thi- Satnr
dav forenoon tailed a crowd including
many liremen and much apparatus to
Wangh ll in the city Irom Pilot
Fay, left. Friday morning lor OhioegO
and other laistern cities on a visit.
Klmer Turner is in Pendleton to re
main for a couple of mouths.
Mi-- Iteta Blunders, oi Athena, in
stalling her brotber, will Moandors in
Mrs. P. P. Collier left on Wadasodoy I
for San I rancisco. She will remain
fnr a month.
Tom Delano will leave on ibe I
Ob leogo Portland special ibtaoharooonl
Jim Welch will leave for Heppner .
on Monday morning to remain during
the Brsmsn'i tonrnsment,
.lacnh Ibeoermen has rotomod from
a wisd-huy ing trip to linker City and
other KaHtem tlregoti cities.
BOMt Oily Herald: J, Shcucrman, a!
prOBllnOnl wool bOyOt 01 Pendleton i m 1
in the city, quartered at Ibe Bagaiiiniai
County Commissioner Horace Walker
in in Pond leton today IrOtn Helix and I
Conferred with County Judge Hart man
regarding some bridge matters.
Mrs. Haome Cnnser. oi llennner.
is a guent ol her sister, Mrs. W. BJ, lofelgbtl
Rpnflk. Mrs. Conser came here from ' v,rv
j'ortland, and will return home in a
I' rank 0, Hull, of the Milton Ingle
and l.awton Standard, was 111 Pendle
ton Friday ami went up to Milton
W. J, l-imiish and B, P. Marshall
returned this morning Iron a trip to
Portland as r!tnOSSSS in the lug mili
um suit over the ( IrogUD King 1 mi 1 pa 1 1)
S. A. Manning, who until recently
has been in the hardware business at
McMlnnvllle, leufooetoi Rer, R, w.
Leader: .Mrs. i.
ot log Irlendi nt Pi
Proxbstol is vi
Mayor Itlair was absent e-tenlny 0U
a hoslnooi visit to Pend let 00,
Minn Stella Morgan hN( n turn, d
nine Irom near Pendleton where she
has been ten ihlUg school.
lieorge Proobstel, jr., and family
have gone to l.ehtnai inrlngs( nhere
Mrs. Proehntel will remain during the
Mrs. Lillian Frederick! airlrod at
her home in Weston vesterday troin
New Mexico aeeompooled by her
sisier, Miss Cbrisline I roehntel, who
has been visiting in Portland.
Weston ynong men annoonoe n oom
men cement rlsncs to be givon at the
opera hoon Prlday evening! June 11.
Kirk man's orobsstra ha.- been pngaged.
The manogemenl of the Boor iii be
in the hands of Pert Marsh, I lark
Nelson, and I rank Blair, jr.
The result cf 'he re. ent anamination
grade ntudenhi at Pendleton
imulimentarj to tin Weelon
public MO00I, whose sfoclenl principal,
Oi H. Knapp, and hli wistaiitn, have
reason to fsol pmad of tha ihowlng
made, as well an the SUttCSSSlUl Ittl"
Prom the Prensi Mn Wm McBride
returned Monday 1 r. 111 Pendleton,
where slie attended the l.nuortli
League convent mn ami visited friemlH.
W. Oi Head, Who was elected to a
position iii the Athena public wihcol ,
ha declined luivinj been preVh'Ully
SALE for ONE WEEK
t toratneoaing todiy, Friday
ir.-r all ROOOB in '"'
lor 1 1
KLD HOT PRICES
want good goods oheftp now is y.Hir
Member, ONB WEEK ONLY.
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Ocean and River
H:li p. ni
decide to locate in
the va.ant lots between the Kra.ier
and temple iV. Wilcox's implement
boose on Cottonwood street. Plrs was
In a robblob pile. The Imploaanl
hiui.se was scorched.
"Morrow," (be racing stallion of
Doe Mntlooki at Uappner, broke nut
of his stable the other niifht and ran
into a barb wire fence, cutting himself
un iretty severely on the lore legs. It
1- not vet kOOWa whether or not the
cuts will pormanantly injure the ani
mal, lint it is hoped not.
Blay TimIiI and Alex Crnwmar, two
fOOng men, were brought unwn from
Meacham this morning by Deputy
Sheriff Turner. TOM Will have their
trial on .Monday before Justice Pits
ierahl, charged with having tired slmrs
of lead thorugh the windows of lien
Marl in's hotel at Meacham. The in-
llrn nt used lor the tiring was a
sling or something of the kind. When
arraigned helon thy justice they were
placed under foil bonds each.
To and From Hlnglmni Spring!
Tomorrow, Sunday, morning the
1'ioneer excursion to llingham springs
Wm Pendleton will leave at H :'M a.
in., ami returning leave Bingham at
BtSO p, in. While ii is given by the
I'ioncers n( the I'acilic anyone may go
wlio desires Tiie rate is INI renta for
tin' mind trip.
A large number of persons will go.
and take their lunch baskets (or u d.iv
111 tin- mountains. Tiie trip will be
very enjoyable, inasmuch as the return
w ill lie in time to arrive home early in
the evening. A special train will" he
run both ways. It , estimated that
not less than LIX) Pioneers will go, ami
110 .1 ni.' many others will avail them
selves of the opportunity.
IVmveyqnsqq will -be waiting at the
station to carry all who wish to go to
the springs, eight miles Irom tin- -la
Church of the liedeenier- I li vino
servies tomorrow at hours us follows:
Celebration of the Holy Communion at
riBD a. to. .Morning prayer, litnnj
ami sermon at 11 m. Bvening pvoyor
and address at .s p. in The ii-mil ses
sion of the Monday sshool win tie bald
at it) a. in.
Pirat Preabyteflaa snnveli -Children's
day, Sunday, .lune ll, at usual
hour in too lofOOOOO. Bobjoal for e.--ning.
"sowing and Kcaping." Boborl
J, DtvOBi pa-tor.
tome ana tc ate
the Hourth of July.
"The supreme truest ion for I'endle
loll" will be Mr. Connie's Hllh t for
Sunday evening at the church of
Ohrist, Morning service at 1 1 o'eloeh.
Bvening service at h. Bundaj sol
ami l.ndcavor meeting a- u-ual lie
ineetlngs are m-id m the Oongrega-
uniiai cimrcii buildings. 011 are wel
Make our store your
DRVi B OiOC line of
stationery and Unlet
articles. All the latest
liooks ami RIRRglinej
M. B, church, south -Preaching er-
vices at 110 clock a. 111. and at K p.
m Bondoy sahool al 10 a. m. ami
Bpworth l eague at 7 p. ui. All are
- e on
Know Your rat.
Simar, the palmist, and clairvoyant.
There 0 tide in the affairs of man
which, taken at the llo.xl, leu. Is oil to
eollfa and fortune. If you are pur
sued by ill luck and dloappointmenti
eooanli Blmar. Don't lat any foolish
anllOMal prevent you from Boding OUl
what the future hav in store for you
imagined wosian can be coiiHillted '
irom ill a. m. until U p. m. at Jim. T.
Means' lodging hoime. c ' r ii t ( i ' 1 1 .1 1 1 1
ami Alta street, iteadiugs 60 cent.
King, and main
J, P. Walker ami A. D. BtlllmM
were on Friday evening elected as
ih legates from Green Arnold camp. No. I
II). Native Snlie, lo attend the grand
camp at Portland on Wodneoday, .lane
Hen BurroUgbs, jr., arrived in Pen
dleton Friday evening from BeOtllo,
where he has been attending tie'
Washington stale university. He will
remain in Peinileloii during tl1. mni'
W. II. Habb, of la ho. is a Visitor
in Poodlotoo today, lie pootemnlatea
going to Porllaad on Handay, June n, 1
and attend the Masonic grand Ian
on Monday and lor several days there
after. Cecil Wade, of Pendleton, took part
in the Whitman college oratorical ion
tent Kriday night. It WOI won b) Wm.
.1 . Kennel, who will represent the
college next year in tiie Inland I. in-!
Dallas Obrooiele I Mrs. C. Van Mrs-
dall, grand guardian of W u oi
Woodcraft, will deliver the UO Veiling
address at Sunset reinelery, lor tne
WiMMiiuen of the World, on i I.e.
.lune u, at -:ltu p. in.
Mils Winnie Simpson lOOVOS on,
Monday lor l.ewislou, Idaho, where
she will accept a position in a Store.
Iler sister. Mis- iira.i -impsoii, in
companies her, to reniain as a guest oi
relatives during the suininor
i. I'., cell writes to Walter cell t rum
skagway, telling of seeing a baseball
game there III the evening. Al III
o'clock p. m., Mr. Hell left the
grounds, ami the game was vet i,,
progress, solong ihs-r. daylight linger
in that far northern clime.
Ward W. Silver, who was an in
structor in Pendleton academy, !;a-
been elected principal ot Washburn ;
academy, Topeka, Kansas, which i
t In- preparatory department ot W.i-i
burn college at Topeka. Mr. Silver is
aiialumnus oi Waul. burn, '"c
Prairie City correspondence linker
City Herald: Klmer Cleaver, the in-
defatlgahle mining promoter, started
to tne will t leaver group, on the sou tl
side oi Strawberry mountain, tins
morning accompanied by the leree
hoys to inaugurate extensive develop
ment oi those clailiiH.
Miss Ada Hell, a lister ot Mrs.
(lenrge Sandman, ni mi- city, was
graduated tmin the High school at The
I a lies on Saturday evening, .lune 1,
with the highest honors. The coin
meuceiiieiil exerCUHM were or Inter
esting and Miss Hell came in for proiOS
for the part she performed therein.
Hen Havis, son ot Air. and .Vr.-. C.
p. Davie, sient Friday in Pendleton
ami left thi- morning lor Portland in
ros pones to a telegran) irom Buperin
teudent J, P. O'Brien, oi Ibe 0 i
V Mr. Davit is located at Tokoa in
the employment oi the tl. li. R N
He agaaOU to remain at Portland tor
a couple of days, thence home via the
Northern Pin inc.
County Kecordcr .1. W. Maimer led
this morning lor Arlington where lie
will be joined i fjoont) Judge w M.
Cake, ot Portland; W. I.. Bradshaw,
ot riie Dallas) and l.. I;. Btineon, of
Sab in. I lies.- lour are graini odloers I
ot Knights ot Pvlhioa and will rial)
the castles oi Gilliam. Wasco, Hani, i
and t rook comities on their trip,'
which will engage their nine UUriOg a
sacation of two weeks.
I niuiiuioi OOOgOOSI loacliars.
I'cacbers at Pondialofl aoadomj bnve
planned to spend the mmmer vacation
a.- loUuWSI Mr. and Mrs. I ofbos will
remain m Pendleton lot the greater
portion of the Intermission, u. s.
Pond is to remain here also. He In. '
tends to take up special work this mi tu
rner in preparation for tin coming
Sflhool year. Miss llanna Hill viii
Irlendau one ur two other pinoee.
Miss Wallace Is tea. lung n. MeOuhOU
Mim lieagle remain.- here lor the mill
iner. Mr. DowriOi the new iustruetor,
will arrive late m tin- summer.
the director" of tie Bank
Prom the Btatesmani M
.fndd, of Pendleton, is the guest ol
irieiuls iii Walla Walla.
Bbaa Ryan, wl n Monday evening
WOO suspended friiu, Whitman college
for an Indefinite time (or participating
in a bane boll game on Sunday, was
lasl evening reinstated.
i resident s. i; I.. Pouross returned
yesterday afternoon Iron Dayton!
where he delivereo nu nddre s before
the public MboOlS.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter BodlO are visit
ing in Walla Wall this week. They
formerly resided ill tills cltv, and they
BMy decide to remain perm incut I v.
'Ibe wedding of MlM Agues ;.
Adams ami William M. Praetor is an
nounced to take place in this oil) next
Wednesday. Bov. s. B, I.. Panraast
of Whitman college, will oflloiate.
MIs.j Adams ami Mr. Proctor are I. nth
mom pen of the graduating class ol
w. i. Behutt, ii former Whitman
college student, has lust I n gradu
ated from ti e law department of the
university of Oregon. He was ad
mitted to tiie bar ti is Week, and will
probably practice 1 li profession in
Portland. Mr. Schutt bits many
friends in thi- city
The marriage o' Miss Clarice W ind
ship OoltOO and Walter Andrew brut
ton has been posti'imcd from Wednes
day, .lune pj, to Thursday i June IS.
On Thursday evening a reception w ill
he given in their honor al the rosi
deuce of president And Mrs. S. B. I..
Penrose, ( ollege street.
Pvum the Dnloni .Mrs .1. a. MoorOi
of Meacham itOliOB has been visiting
Iriondl in the city.
KepuDllcani P.. L. B towel I was up
from Portland on a visit over Sunday
Mr. B to Well i- now a student of law
as widl as following the vocation if
11. .1. HockonberrVi of Onrbondaia.
' Penn.i has I n Bhiuloved as iiriueinal
of tiie l.a ramie public school for the
coming year in the place of Prof.
Scout: Boy onkl in. assist. mi princi
pal ami manager 1 all letiet "i the
Pendleton school, arrived la Dnlon
Wednesday for a short visit.
The 1, olden l;m. hotel will elea a
big ohlekOO dinner tomorrow ami from
tiie preparations being made it will
certain!) be a r fine ipreed, Bin
Conrad Kohler has taken charge of the
Gnlden Bnle he is making the dining
room a special feature oi the I H
I. very body i invltad.
THE FOURTH OF JULY f
A" "Hlllnit ,i,
C ' ' ii. rnn
for Bu KiTT
lafl ami s diy.
s p. ni.
10 p. m.
I h u.
To Astoria M w
Ur 1 1 1 rrTrT--
lOrpion en, ..
H a. ni.
R Mil a. in.
"O'trilli III r.
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Mptrtt t i.wiux
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Largest Morning Parade
Ever Held Illuminated
Parade at Night... Sports
of all kinds A Large
Dance Platform will be
Lrected Three days'
r.d. L rv
l or Chicago, St. Pool
uuu . ... k!. I
ill pA:4. t...
rail b 11 11 v 1 jv 'j
re.ii gga.L) 1 fiJi a
- m ii.iiiu aiiu Da
on iii Sound.
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gsi v:oii m. ni .
Ii'iartr iJhi1' -xi nt Hun itrni
For IntoriUHtlon reninUm run
tiKHiitUiiun 1 al on nr tiMrMi
:ai ir-Ki!KAI, (. P I,
VhIin Vrr Hp
Everyone Assured a Good Time
o B. B
Uxour.lon lo M.aetiam
Irani lor .Meai'hain and whv u
leaves the t). K. A X. depot at ti : IS .
ui . iomorro ounoay , sore lor roaod
trip $1, .'s.iih,. lino catches of trout are
being made from the atreaiiis between
liiiiVham and .Meacham.
TALLMAN & CO I
lieneral BolliflgUMI Boolhi of the
olunleer- of America, ban been ini-
lated into the mvalerietiof .Maconrv In
UM lodes at lionfuilalr. X. J.
A Summer Snap
it is. indeed, to Hiipply your hot
"at her needs from our array of cool,
liht and handsome footwear. I very
bboe want of town ami country, on.-,
n -- and pleasure, in ami out of door,
ll nu t 111 thi m,,!" tlmplav of tin
"eusonV nuveltiea. Many' cttrtuy
Iviiow what to lake from BOOb a pro
lusion of ami choices at melted prices.
wining sin.es ior i.a.iie- at .t..ai etc.
Pendleton Shoe Co.,
From tiie Times: Mrs. Vauuhaii.
the wife ot Ur. Kuaeue ...... ... Pen
dleton, m over visiting her relatives
and numerous old'tittM inends in hil
At the hoine of .Clr. and Mrs. T. .1.
Matlock in tins city last Wedneeday
evening, Miss .lulia llart, the talented
pianist, jay- a recital by her pupils,
which was enjoyed by a large number
of Invited guest.
Key. .1. 1 brown, Mr. and Mrs
C. Lacy. Mr. T. W. Avers, Miss Lillie
Uriskell aud Miss Myra Y eager, all
lelt lor The Dalles the lirst of the
week to attend the annual convention
of the Middle Oregou Baptist abiuciu-
loc" Matlock returned liome Ual
Monday night irom the state university
at Kugeue to i. main lor tin- summer.
"Doe occupies a prominent position in
tin- athletic arena of this city, ami his
return from school is a. w.i welcomeil.
Miss Kliiabeth atatio. k and her
friends Mrs. John Mint., of Portland,
and Mrs. Cainnlmli. ol Xakoa. Wash
ail left for the latter place the lirst ,.i
iue week lor a pleasant visit, lliey are
both in. nds of Mis Matlock and were
delightfully entertained al her home
in tins city fur a week or so.
From the QrrbMoI I'rof. W. 0.
Howard of Milton, and hia aiater ol
Spokane, are visiting their brothel in
Mrs. iswiuburue aud daughter, Mias
I ntil Satutii.n , J tint
Mb Wr Will Still soli
.i too pineg dinner
Ml in Jonngon Bros.
oontj - porculain lor
Owl Tea Ht.use.
is the dogii
lias an eye
of every woman wlio
t" tin boRUttful and a
taste. Slit: can fit nu
looping room, tiarlnr ur dininn
' 11 "it eigbprRU stuck Irom
tin plninetl to Dm bighRRl rRdng
and at prioM that an- right
M A 1 riNQS at tOduGod prices lie
CRUae Of OVOrgtOClt. Cart-ets. Rues.
VViinliivv Shades, Curtain poles, bobv
I'lllO It.. An.l.. '
" r1 wia, iiiitmrs, pictures, etc.
ni i hiii m
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F. X. SCHEMPP.
M A. RADER,
Main ami VV.-i.l. W
SPECIAL SALE OF SUITS AT
FAti1 Alnn biatl
ttustoo ft tarsey.
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a i... f,,r Pilot
Ui.Ue. All..,' and I'li
coiiiiuisiai ions u.-.ir.'...
City i.thce al Ta'.iiuas 4
EVERYT H IN ci
i 111. MARKET
Sunday Dinner a Spcciall
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Uanqast. and Hani.-, given Kxlra
W have gbout (ni suns of el.b..o : i . .
'o.:. in Nioiri ,, a .,
suns in ,i k.iiii, sizes In. 1. 1 ,c i ...i.: ... w. aim tluee
u a iBOrtftCR 10 BURR rot,,,, ZrJ
$i Suits at $8 o Suits at $6 50
$ii 00 Suits at $yoo
and a rorraennniliif r..,i,..: ... ,
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our own prices rnei
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