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SAVE YOUR GOLD STAMPS .
AND GET A
DINNER SET FREE
WE GIVE with' each ten cent pur
chase one stamp. When you
have 50 stamps or more, bring them to
our store and we will give.you very hand
some Florentine Dinner Ware.
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
"TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1902.
Junes A. Howard, farm loans.
Hobby suits at Slebert & Shulz.
Spring chickens at Hawley Bros.
for rent; piano; Inquire thlB office.
to loans at lowest rates. B .D.
Vesh supply of oranges, bananas,
i lemons at Hawley Bros.
Its. Campbell has just received a
e of beautiful chiffon dress shapes
Teutsch has just received a
pment of the celebrated Thompson
t you want fine meats go to
mrz & Oreulich. They handle the
it-there is to be had.
'he trophies, cups and ribbons won'
Oregon's Jessio II at the annual
show of the Portland Kennel
b, are on display in the window of
iter & Mcintosh's place of buBl
s, corner of Court and Cottonwood
utton's for Ice cream, of course.
are never disappointed when
get Dutton's cream. It's nure.
olesome and delicious. Drop In
Ditton's and bo served with ice
or Ice cream soda.
tar 'baking always pleases the
fastidious because we use onlv
1 tery best of material and our
ery is kept as neat and clean as it
raoie to Imagine one to be. Mar
jfaally Grocery and Makery.
Jtave just received some
!ff signs in Leather and
etal Woven Fobs. They are
9Wies and very serviceable,
h6 cost is motW
Whltaker, the dentist
See Lee Teutsch for hats.
Slebert & Shulz, up-to-date .tailors.
Hazelwood ice cream at Ward's to
night. Hazelwood ice cream with choco
late at WardV tonight.
Miss Pearle Smith, of Helix, is
visiting "in Pendleton, attending the
All kinds of dishes at Hawley
iBros. Watch for our special club
offer in display advertisement Thurs
Thomas Montgomery has returned
from his trip to his farming interests
in Franklin county. Mr. Montgomery
says that crops are looking fine over
there nnd that everything points to a
good crop. The rains of last week
were heavy there and made a great
change in the crops as well as the
R. M. O'Brien has the plans com
pleted and will begin work next week
on a "large cold storage warehouse
which he is going to erect at his
home, one mile east of Pendleton.
This warehouse is to be built of stone'
and will be 40x70 feet, with a capac
ity of 125 tons of baled hay and 4000
or 5,000 sacks of grain, beside other
articles, such as apples, potatoes, etc.
Mr. O'Brian is building this storage
plant for the purpose of storing his
own products and keeping them for
Jthe accommodation of the buying
TIKE THE TOWN
Bids will be received up to April
29th, for Street Sprinkling and for
Sprinklers. One Sprinkler, (with
prlvelege ' of two) with COO gallon
tanks and patent Sprinklers attached.
With or without running gears. Four
heavy teamB with drivers, two with
wagon gears. Committee reserves
the right to order teams on and to lay
them off. Teams and drivers will be
expected to put in full time and
when not engaged in sprinkling shall
when so directed work under the
street superintendent . at any other
work. Right reserved to reject any
or all bids.
FRANK B. CLOPTON.
Chairman Sprinkling Committee.
Hampton, Va April 22. Hampton
University, the pioneer institution of
Its kind for. educatlo nof the negro.
and Indian, is celebrating Its twenty-
(fourth anniversary with an assembly
of distinguished educators, philan
thropists and others from many parts
of the country. The celebration con
tinues two days, tomorrow being Bet
aside ibr the formal anniversary ex
ercises. Today .there was a .conference
on education with papers and addres
es by Dr. John Brooks, Dr. Felix Ad
ler, Dr. Albert Shaw;, Prof. L. H..
Bailey of Cornell University and oth
er .men of distinction.
The Puritan Chemical Company have .appointed
sas,the,r agents Umatilla COu'qty . . ,
. Tablets, SmaTT - n
Affable SKiV ,35 Box
'S DRUG STORE
noon. Several ladles participated and
first prize was won by Mrs. Wilkin
son, second by Mrs. Greullch, of Pen
dleton, and the third by Mrs. Spald
ing, of Sumpter.
The bicycle race was. won by young
Humphrey, who captured first prize,
and the second was taken by Master
Simmons, both of Pendleton.
A Free Entertainment
At 2 o'clock the free stereoptlcan
entertainment was given at the Fur
nish warehouse and a large audience
witnessed it These views are very
good and are well worth seeing.
After this there, was an intermis
sion and bands entertained the
crowds at different parts of the city.
At four o'clock, the address of wel
come was delivered and the presenta
tion of the golden key of the city of
Pendleton to J. L. Wright, grand
clerk, of Lcadvllle. by Mayor T. G.
At 4:20, just as this paper Is going
to press, Hon. S. A. Lowell, the ora
tor of the day, delivered an address.
At 5 a public exhibition of fancy mili
tary evolutions by drill teams of
Athena guards, Women of Woodcraft.
Athena camp Woodmen of the World.
Pendleton Circle and Pendleton
camp's brass band.
Beginning at 8 o'clock the grand
ball will be given under the auspices
of the Pendleton camp Woodmen, at
Music hall. Serenades will be given
in front of the hall by the camp brass
End of the Big Jubilee.
Tonight the Bunch-Grass Circle,
Women of Woodcraft and Installation
of officers will be made by Miss Ber
tha N. Sumner, general organizer.
This will be followed by addresses
from the grand officers and the clos
ing ceremonies will end the big ju
bilee. Tomorrow morning all the Pendle
ton Woodmen and Women of Wood
craft are requested to make a special
effort to be at the 5:40 out-going train
to bid farewell to the visitors going
east and then again at the 8:10 trains
to see those off who go north and
Reduced Rates East.
The National Educational assocla
tion will meet at Minneapolis, July
7th to 11th, this year. For this occa
sion the Washington & Columbia
River Railway Co. announce a rate
of one first class fare, plus $2, for
the round trip. The tickets will be
on sale June 29th, July 2d, 3d and
4th. And will be cood trolntr until
July 10th, 'with final return limit of
Sept. 1st. Stopovers will be allow
ed in each direction within limits of
ticket. WALTER ADAMS,
Call for Warrants.
AH outstanding warrants for school
district No. 16, from No. 1670 to 1925.
(inclusive, will be paid upon presen
tation at my office, room 16, Judd
building. Interest ceases after date.
Pendleton, Oregon, April 21, 1902.
JOHN HAILEY, JR.,
Clerk School District No. 10.
Alabama Sunday Schools.
Troy, Ala., April 22. The Alabama
Sunday schools assembled in an
nual state convention here to
day with a good attendance of del
ggates from Birmingham, Montgom
ery, Mobile and other cities of the
state. The convention was formally
opened this afternoon with an ad
dress by the president, E. J. Russell
of Athens. The sessions are to con
tinue three days, during which time
an interesting programme of papers
and discussions willl be carried out.
Maryland Day at Charleston.
Charleston, S. C, April 22.- This
was Maryland day on the calendar of
the exposition and many visitors
were on hand from that state to cel
ebrate the occasion. There were for
mal exercises in the auditorium at
which the visitors were greeted In an
address by President Waguiier to
(which representative citizens of
Daughters of the Revolution.
Denver, Colo., April 22. Tho na
tional society of the Daughters of the
Revolution begins its annual session
in Denvnr tomorrow and many dele
gates have arrived. The Colorado
branch of the society has completed
extensive lana for the entertainment
of the visitors, .and arranged many
trips to points of interest hereabouts.
To Buy Portage 'Road.
Portland, April 22 Local capital
ists are organizing a company to buy
the portage railway on the Columbia,
above The Dalles. The stock will be
taken by Portland, Eastern Oregon
and Eastern Washington men. The
plans are being kept a secret .for (be
Stop Eating Meat
Itiiaca, N. Y., April 22. A moye-
mpnt tn riastrov the beer trust DY I
meanfl of a rhaln of letterB has been
started here. The main feature is to I,
k ( persons to ausiain irom canug
AN IMPROMPTU WHiHU."-
It Scared the Chef Worse Tha It
Did Hit Aaalatant.
Pat was assistant cook on one of the
dining cars on the Great Western road
running Into St. Paul, lie was ob
stinate and 111 tempered. The chef was
equally so, and as a result constant
warare waged between them. One hot
day Pat was making ice cream and In
spite of the chef's warnings Insisted
upon sitting In the doorway of the
pantry while he turned the freezer.
The train, going up grade, made a sud
den lurch, and Pat and his can of Ice
cream fell out the door, as his superior
officer had predicted. Frantic with
fright, the chef in his white cap and
npron tore through the train looking
for the conductor.
"Mon Dieu, M. Conductaire," he
cried, wringing his hands when he
found that person, "ze Ice cream
freezairo be fall off, and Pat go wis
heeinl- Stop ze tramway or we will haf
pas dessert pour le diner. Trouble,
trouble always wiz zat Irishman!"
The conductor pulled the bell and
stopped the train, but it had already
gone two miles past the spot where
Pat had rolled out They backed tho
train, fully expecting .to find Pat's man
gled body beside, the track. Instead
they saw him coming over the ties on
a run, carrying on his back the ice
cream freezer. He climbed on the
train, looking foolish, but all he ever
said of his miraculous escape was, "Bo
gosh, It jarred me some, It did thott"
One of Trawer' Jokea.
When William R. Travers was in the
directorate of tho New York Central
railroad, Jay Gould was running the
Erie in opposition, and his manage
ment of that system betrayed a con
stant and lntimnto knowledge of what
was going on In the Central's star
chamber. Commodore Vanderbilt was
naturally exasperated, and one day,
after expressiug how helpless he found
himself to outwit his rival, he turned
to Travers with the query:
"Well, Billy, how can we stop Gould
from getting knowledge of what we
"W-w-why," suggested the genial
wit "w-w-why d-dont you m-m-make
him a d-d-director of N-N-New York
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse.
Women of Woodcraft
Woodmen of ttie S
Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots
Better See Them
Before Yoa Bay
1. L,. Ray & Co.,
Buy and teU
tor eufe or oa margliu.
New Ysrk 5 tack Exchugt.
Chlcaf e Steele Exchange.
Chlcag Beari ! Tr4e.
Select Canned Goods
.THERE is a difference in tli6 quality of
goods that enter cans, but when you
buy canned goods of us you get the best
quality that grows. Wo handle no "seconds"
or inferior quality. Our stock of canned
goods include everything you may desire.
Quality the highest, but prices tho lowest,
considering the goods.
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R. MARTIN, Proprietor
Nothing is more pleasing to the eye than a beautilul Lawn.
Now is the time to get your
We have tho best values from $4 up.
(ftgpT Grade Garden Hose at Low Prices.
Thompson Hardware Company
CPOWNRR m BROS.
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f The Big Carpet Store
. FIT FOR A KINO
Our dowuy, liamUomo and luxurloua carpeti nd
uki aro. Tliejr aro jio rioa m coior, imuuuwua
combination ana uoaumui in paueru m w7
ieimloo'gocUtotrd ou. Hie tfuuty ol Bprloi
llroe Wnei from he Mosiomana fresbiiets o! our
block. W Imvo many uandiotEe new pattera,l
Cblhewaad Jupanew waUirgtalio for jrour mm.
3JO PIECES (OF jGARPET
; fk $J lecut Mttlnis'to Sell otrrom, .
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'Mi4 ilwav kept ?wh 71
.. for one week, beginning .way
Wt' of;tiemV Ail Wlyitway. kept
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