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ioire and Silk Waists
All the Newest Ideas with the Swell Effects
We know yon will admire onr patterns, and ask yonr
Summer Waists 50c and Up
Cleaver Bros. Dry Goods Company.
I bought before tho advance anil will j
i give our customers tho advantage of
! our saving. The Standard Grocery.
i H, 0. Thiebault is In tho county jail
charged with the theft of an overcoat
at Umatilla, lie was brought to town
; Tuesday evening by Deputy Sheriff
W. H. Congdon and will have his pre-
i llminary in a few days.
THE INDIANS WON OUT
a hot fly while ho foil and rolled
over with the sphere still in his
Both sides played close, snappy
ball and there were very few errors
to mar the game, although one or
two costly ones wcro made on each
A feature of tho performance was
tho utipiring, which was something
fierce, the rotten decisions being
about equally divided, however.
Following is the official score:
Berkley ABU HPOA E
Hamlin, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Kennedy, 3b 4
Adams, ss 4
Hendricks, lo ... 2
McKeown, rf 3 0 0
Heitmuller, If 0 2
Overall, 2b 4 0 0
Hatch, c 3 0 0
Williams, p 3 1 2
0 3 0
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fine free lunch from 9 a. m. till
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new line of tablets, hair brushes,
ther dusters, toilet coaps. Nolf's,
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ches in basement of Golden Rule
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lop heads from $27.50 to $65 on in-
fl Vinrto nf ronl octnta fnr nnm
Buyers at TTiinzlkfir'a n&ver recrrt
How many times have you bought
Jewelry and afterward charged the
disappointment to Experience T
W'h le Experience may be a good
teacher, It's apt to prove expensive.
It's lots cheaper in the end to buy of
& reliable dealer,
Does not mean price necessarily.
J have good jewelry in Rolled
Plate Gold Filled and Solid Gold-
anety of grades, but always good.
Jeweler and Optician
Next Door to E. Alexander
Straw, hats at Teutsch's.
Lunches at Phillips' restaurant.
Latest stylo shirts at Teutsch's.
Gilt Edge lunch countwr, Court St,
Eggs, 15c per dozen, at Hawley
Rooms by tho day, week or month
All kinds of imported goods for cold
lunches at Gratz's.
Save your gold stamps and get a
dinner set at Teutsch's.
Columbus buggies, ?150, at Uma
tilla Implement Company.
We make candy of all kinds. Nono
better anywhere. The Delta.
For Re U 1 urniphed r-'.ins for
houseKeepmg 304 Garden street.
Was that glass of lemonade made
cool by artincial ice? Ask foi it.
For first-class messenger service
day or night, call 'phone black 136.
Order your sweet cream of Dutton.
Plenty on hand. Delivered anywhere.
Order Dutton's ice cream for your
table. It will be delivered prompt
ly. Schlitz beer .on draught and fine
lunches in basement of Golden Rule
Scalitz beer on draught and fine
lunches in basement of Golden Rulw
Another invoice of Heinz's apple
butter, something very fine, at Haw
We manufacture our ice cream and
you will find it different from others
Fancy lino of plain and mustard
sardines; full line of lunch goods
For Sale A good gentle buggy
horse. Safe for lady or child to drive.
J. M. Leezer.
Telephone black 403. Ice cream oi
sweet cream delivered to any part of
the city. The Delta.
The Delta Is in a two-story building
and Is always cool and comfortable
Seats for forty people.
We give free tickets on the bicycle
with every dollar's purchase. Martin's
Family Grocery and Bakery.
For Sale or Trade Thresher and
power; almost new. Will do good
work. Must go. See W. W. Semple.
To close out my entire stock of
sprinj and summer millinery, I will
offer great reductions. Mrs. Camp
bell. The St. Agnes GaUd will give an
ice cream social on the lawn at the
parish house, Wednesday evening
June 11. Everybody invited.
The St. Agnes Guild will give an
ice cream social on the lawn at the
parish house this evening. Every
Fruit Jars will bo very high this
year, as the price has advanced. We
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THE REAL THING
When we say fruit flavors we mean the real fruit, and we prom
ise you the best satisfaction from the beverage you buy here.
Plenty of good for those who want the healthful, pleasiug drinks.
Yu Name the Flavor We Furnish the Soda
id It's going to be the best soda you ever taated. Five cenU
Pb for a good big glass of It. We suggest " Uma Soda."
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
65 Steps from Main St. Toward the Court House
Totals 30 1 4 24 7 2
Pendleton AB R HPOA E
Brown, c and 3b.. 4 10 2 10
Fay, ss 4 0 0 2 2 2
Knox, cf 3 0 0
Clemens, If 2 1 0
Stovall, lb 3 1 1
Schmidt, 2b 3 0 0
Wilner, rf C 0 0
aiegler, 3b 1 0 1
Rhea, c 2 0 0 14
Taylor, p 2 0 1 0
Hayes, p 2 0 0 1
Totals 28 3 3 27 9 G
Stolen bases Stovall, Hamlin,
Hendricks, Williams. Two-baso hits
Heitmuller, Williams. Double plays
Fay to Schmidt to Stovall; Wilner
to Brown; Williams to Hatch to Hen
dricks. Bases on balls By Hays, 3;
Taylor, 1; Williams, G. Hit by pitch
ed ball Hayes, 1; Williams, 3,
Struck out By Hayes, S; Taylor, 5;
Williams, 5. Left on bases Pendle
ton, 10; Berkley, 8. First base on
errors Pendleton, 1 ; Berkley, 1
Earned runs Pendleton, 2. Time of
game 1 hour 50 minutes. Umpire
C. A. Maskrey. Scorer L. W. Held
Berkley Boys Dined.
Will Sturgis gave a reception Tues
day evening in honor of the Berkley
team, they being his school mates at
the Berkley University 'during tho
last term of school. Although the
boys were defeated in their encounter
with the Indians, they were treated
so royally by their schoolmate and
friend that thoy forgot all about the
defeat and a jolly good time was had.
Mr. Sturgis took the boys to tho
home of his mother, Mrs. S. P. Stur
gis, on Water street, in tho evening,
and one of the best dinners they have
enjoyed on their trip was set before
them by Mrs. Sturgis. After the meal
the evening was spent In visiting and
having a pleasant time.
The ,blg Everett icum, which has
done stunts with nearly every aggre
gation in the northwest, will be in
Pendleton on the 14th and 15th, Sat
urday and Sunday next, and will at
tempt to even up things with tho In
dians for defeat administered during
the trip of the local nine through
Coast cities last month.
On Sunday a pitcher's battle Is ox
pected as Schoch, the whirlwind
twiiier of the Everetts, will bo in tho
box, and Hayes, Pendleton's little
strike-out wonder, will officiate for
the Indians. It is nip and tuck be
tween these two which throws tho
swiftest curve or strikes out the most
men, and the game of tho season Is
I The Pendleton team is now strong
er than It has ever been before, hav
ing four strong pitchers with a couple
of others who could go in tho box in
a pinch, and two or three men who
can do good work at any place in tho
game, in the event of any of tho play
ers being disabled or out of condi
tion. "Bob" Wilner will pitch the Satur
day game against Everett, unless
Schoch should be put in tho box
against the Indians on that day, in
which event Hayes will twirl for Pen
dleton and Wilner will pitch on Sun
day, it having been decided to pit
Hayes against Schoch,
Berkley left this morning for Walla
Walla, where they play this after
noon. From there they go to Nelson
and Rossland, B. C, and after play
ing the principal teams of that sec
tion, proceed to Vancouver, V. C and
thence home via the Coast cities.
The next engagement of the Indi
ans after tho Everett games is at
Dayton on June 19, 20 and 21, at
Walla Walla on the 22d and 23d, and
one the local grounds on July 4, 6 and
C, when they cross bats with the Or
egon City team. The Stanford Uni
versity boys will bo here on July 11
12 and 13.
From Baker City comes word that
money is being raised with consider
able success for the establishment of
a baseball team in that city. This
would mean the formation of the pro
Pv3ed six-team league.
When the Rooter's orj tho Bleacher.,
When tho pad is on tho catcher, aud
tho pitcher's in his place,
And tho batter kcops his optics on
tho distance to first base,
Then tho tension is tremendous o
the truly loyal Ian,
Who is handing out instructions Just
as swiftly as ho can
And a thrill of apprehension hits tho
umplro in tho spino,
When tho rooter's on tho bleacher
and tho coachor's on tho Uno
When tho rootor's on tho bleacher
and tho sun is blazing down
Thou wo lose nil thought of labor
and tho other caros of town,
And wo hio upon tho street car. whero
tho passengers nro thick,
And a fellow has to hang on with
his oyobrows, it he'll stick.
Till they dump us at tho ball narki
whoro tho fence is mostly sign,
When tho rootor's on tho bleacher,
and tho coacners on tno uno.
When tho rootor's on tho bloachor
O 'ho soul Inspiring shout
When tho umplro says tho player on
tho other sldo is out!
And tho nnarchlstlc outbreak when
tho robbor says tho sanio
Of a player on tho homo team whon
we're fighting for tho game!
And I wouldn't bo tho umplro, who
who can't pleaso either nino,
Cr tho rooter on tho bleacher, or tho
coachor on tho lino.
When tho rooter's on the bloachor
then tho gontlo damsels go
In the middle of tho grand stand, and
thoy murmur soft and low
That tho gamo is "just too lovoly," It
is "charming," dear and
nd thoy reckon ovory player by tho
wrinkles in his suit;
And thoy think somo good fly paper
to catch Hies with would bo
When tho rooter's on tho bleacher
and tho coachor's on tho lino.
Josh Wink, in Bnltlmoro Amorlcnu
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
Hot Weather Clothes
Just s well be comfortable when you can
without neglecting your appearance
BLUE SERGE COATS
single ami double breasted -the skeleton kind -without lining
LIGHT COLORED TROUSERS
They are just the thing to go with your dark coats
Coats and Pants
Light colored, In plaids anil stripes; dark ones
wltli small chalk strlpos: slzos 33 to 44
S5.00 $6,00 $7.50 $10.00 $12.00
No Gannont Allowed to Loavo tho Storo
Unless It Fits
iii Wiles! ill ss
Now Is the Time
to consider theirs
A fine line to select
$2.50 to $3.50
The prices that please and
the qualities that wear
Let Us Figure
on your bIll
If you are going to build a resi
dence, barn or other building,
or intend to make improvements
where you will require
Lumber, Building Paper
Lime, Cement, Brick
Sand, Terra Cotta Pipe
or anything in this line
and you will be money ahead.
Our facilities for supplying you
with the above articles and also
SASH, DOORS and BLINDS
Pendleton Planinc Mill and
ROBERT fORSTER, Proprietor
Another largo shipment of Toi
let Soap just received, and regard
less of the great advance of tallow
through the country, we are able
to offer you the lowest possible
Turkish Bath, Honey, Pine
Tar, O.itmeal, Glycerine, Lily
Bouquet, Etc., at 5c bar,
We have other Soaps from 2c a
bar up, including Sulphur, Car
bolic, Rose and Violet Glycerine
Soaps at oc a bar.
Here are a lew items that we
are just unpacking:
Boys' Iron Wagons
Croquet sets, $1.24 set up to
Velocipedes, Si. go to $2. 05.
Dish mops, 9c, mouse traps, 5c.
Fireworks and Flags.
Mammocks from 74c to $3.95.
We are prepared to do your work
and ask you to call on us.
Charges will be right.
TEKEPA0NE RED Gl
The Old Dutch Henry
Kit Hays k Connerley
The Plumber and
For First Class Work at
Shop: Cottormood Street, Opposite
St. Joo Store. Nenr Court St.
old br tOMM MUM JDT
The Louvre Saloon
roiDiJrroN . ounoa
Now is the time to put up strawberries for your
winter supply. We have prepared for your
wants. We can supply you with the finest berries
and vegetables grown at prices that willl pleaso you.
Mason Fruit Jars
We have an abundance of them ; also extra covers
Sec as for yoar Sugar, Spices, Vinegar and Other
Articles Which You Need Daring tnc
II i d 4
R. MARTIN, Proprietor
Thla signature U on erery box of the genuine
'the remedr lht cam m cola lu oae