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IT HOT AIR,
JUST COLD FACTS!
Oar Shoes have the STOCK, SHAPE
r( WEAR. See out immense line, prices
i!ffom $.50 to $6.00. Anything in the
. sfint Line can be found here. Come early
lasd purchase a pair of the latest spring
ITSCH'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
lepairing of all kinds neatly done at shop in our store.
BRIEF MEWS NOTES.
5NDA.Y, MAKCH 2, 1903
4 County court.
6. C. 7 Horace K. Turner an pleasure or dining,
At Iiellefontaine, his old homo town
in Uiuo, no found goodly business
buildings on tlio ground where hu
plowed when a boy.
At Delaware, O., Air. Nelson unex
pectedly met Miss Ethel Royal, daugh
ter of the Normal's ex-president, who
is attending Wesloyan College from
Olympia, Wash. She was one of 240
j young ladies with whom he had the
Choice meats at Houser's.
Try Gratz'a clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Gratz'c.
Fresh flsh dally at Castle's.
Clothing cleaned by Joorgor.
Sea food fresh at Castle's.
Best tlioo work at Toutsch's.
Smoke the Pendleton Favorite.
Smokers supplies at Nouman's.
Hohbach's bread Is good bread,
Ladles' half soles 40c. Teutsch.
Hohbach's cakes are Hue. Try 'em.
A gentleman's smoke, The Pendle
You are never disappointed In Hoh
Rador has the best furniture polish
on the market.
Hays' cigar store, headquarters for
Fishing tackle, full line, new goods,
lowest prices. Nolf's,
Have you had your shoes repalrd.'l
at Teutsch? Try him.
Imported llmburgor and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Grate's.
"El Sldolo," the best cigar made, at
Hees' cigar store. Court street.
For Rent Two furnished front
rooms. Address Mrs. H. s. uorman.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raley's
n.lillHnfi t.w.i.lvn An? Altn otrnot
You always get choice moat at Hou
ser's. Alta street, opposite Savings
"Wood and coal by car lots a spec
ialty. P. P. Collier & Co., 'phone
Wanted Barn, centrally located,
large enough to keep four horses.
Apply nt this office.
Cut this out, take it to
7 Knights of Pythias dis-
Invention, La Grande.
12 13 District Christian jmi-
12. 13 Shooting tourna-
21 Umatilla County Sports-
1 two townships in Walio-
anty to be opened to seiue-
1 Modern Woodmen county
81. O. O. F. hall, Pendleton.
16, 17, 18 Inland Empire
Irs' Association, Walla Walla,
; 4 State supreme court at Pen'
1 Circuit court.
L'2 Eastern Oregon G. A. U. en
C-10 Forty-second annual
8g National Educational Asao-
ust 17 National G. A. It. en-
lent. San Francisco.
EIGHT MILLION BRICK.
r Nelson Returns and Will
ble the Output of His Yard.
B. Nelson, Weston's mayor, ar
home Saturday from his six
s' visit in the East. Mr. Nelson
west over the Union Pacific on
in of 14 cars, the passenger
hes being filled with immigrants.
h shows that the tend of travel
the same direction as the Star
mpire, says the Weston Leader.
Nelson comments upon the ovl-
ot prosperity which he met
everywhere while absent. Excel
business conditions seemed to
ail in all the cities visited. He
ped at Kansas City, St. Loula,
ago, Columbus, Dayton and a
number of smaller cities, all of
h were growing and on tho move.
At Dayton, O., Mr. Nelson bought
a machine for making "front brick"
to improve his plant nt the Weston
yard. Ho saw no better "common
brick" on his entire trip than are
made right here at Weston. He ex
pects to double the yard's capacity
this year, which means that about
S.000,000 brick will bo made this sea
son as against -1,000,000 In 1S02. Many
large orders are in prospect,
W. H. Porter, of Pilot Rock, was In
town Saturday. Mr. Porter, who owns
2300 sheep, states that his and all
the other sheep in that neighborhood
are looking finely. The shearing gen
erally will begin in April, but he will
not begin shearing his sheep until
about the 10th of May. There are no
diseases among the sheep, but some
are afflicted with ticks. He states
that the coyotes are more troublesome
tharf at any time within the past four
years. There is some scarlet fever in
f uso gelatine and
ud hours soukiuir.
I coloring when
The Presbyterian mission
promises on the reservation
hundred feet of piping for irrigation
purposes are being laid around the
church and residence, and the two
yards will bo irrigated the coming
season. The yards will he seeded to
blue grass and a largo number of
shade trees will be planted. Rev.
Cornellson, who is at the head of the
Presbyterian mission, reports its af
fairs as being in excellent condition.
Returns From Milton.
W. P. Temple has returned from
Milton, where he made a business
trip In tho interests of Daniel Best's
harvester. .He has just paid a visit
to his home northwest of Pendleton,
and reports wheat looking well. Ho
has 1,100 acres in club wheat and tho
rest in bluestom and barley. Last
year his average yield from spring
sown grain was 27 bushels per acre.
As all his grain is fall-sown this
year, he counts on a larger yield this
Salter Hendricks, a farmer living
kluces better result in two minutes? . six miles west of Adams, will build
ryuiiug in tho package, biniply udd hot a residence this spring. In this con
erandwjttocool. It'a perfection. Asur-, nectlon it Is stated that the Finnish
uouiu iiimiwwife. No trouble, less ex- ' settlement is nrosnerinc. nnd that no
J.TV it tlMllV. In Four Print Flo. ' irlrMinrVinn,l In Hin mnnlv l.oo hnt.
Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Rasp, ter-kept homes, barns and fences or
At grocers. 10c
moro carefully tilled fields.
A Good Tooth Brtisk
Is something everybody should linvf A tnnfh limali that ?c
made of poor bristles is but little better than none at all.
KOEPPENS' PENETRATIVE BRUSH
Is made to our order i
bristle, put together in a workmanlike manner, guaranteed to
rjorusn vour teetn 27 1 limnc w!ti,n i;. iir,'ci in
words, it is guaranteed three months, which allows you to use
,lt three times a day use it aft,r far.li m9l nn mattnr hnw
soften you eat.
pit's the best brush We ever saw fnr that nrirn. It's a ir rim
I brush, but buying in large lots and direct allows us to sell it at
25 cents. Look at it even if von don't want to buv now.
KOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
65 Steps )Ftom RTata.St., Toward the CototHoase
furniture store and get a bottle of
furniture polish free.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
For Rent Two furnished house
keeping rooms. Inquire at 520, cor
ner Market and Webb streets.
Beautiful 5-room cottage, two lots,
shade and fruit trees, nicely located.
Reduced to $1,500. B. T. Wade.
For Sale Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main street. Good
property at a bargain. Easy terms.
E. T. Wade.
The Rugg brothers, of Pendleton,
sold a fine band of yearling wethers
for the 'Frisco market tho other day
at a fair figure.
Four hundred and eighty acres good
level land, good house, all fenced,
plenty of water, 200 acres in barley,
?3,500. E. T. Wade
The regular monthly meeting of the
Commercial Association will be held
tomorrow evening. The newly elect
ed officers of the association will be
The $1,000 cottage is sold, but I
have others. If you are from Mis
sour!, I can show you some fine
farms and stock ranches. Come and
see me. E. T. Wade.
If you need matting, wood fibre
carpet, art squares, rugs, lace cur
tains, pictures, picture frames, wall
paper, sewing machines or other ar
ticles in my stock, now is the time to
Invest. Everything must go. Jesse
W. H. McCormach will Immediately
proceed with the completion of his
residence at the corner of Washing'
ton nnd Madison streets, for which
he laid the foundation last fall. It
will cost $4,000 and bo a modern
Welcome Walker has bought of
Charles White 1G0 acres of land on
Birch Creek, five miles from Pendle
ton. Upon tho completion of tho now
resitlenco he is building upon this
place Mr. Walker will move from
Pendleton to the farm.
J. S. Furnish, of Middle Cold
Springs, was in the city last Satur
day. He reports a good deal of grip
In ins neighborhood, more thnn there
has been for years. Mr. Furnish has
1,500 acres of land, 800 of It in wheat,
all looking well. About the usual
ncreago of wheat was sown last fall
and this winter in his neighborhood,
and It is all looking finely.
Dr. S. M .Martin, of St. Louis, an
evangelist lecturer of broad reputa
tion, is holding a series of revival
meetings within the new Athena
church, which was dedicated last Sat
urday night, by Rev. Sias, its home
minister, Mr. Martin is a strong and
pleasant man nnd a man whose dis
course you would greatly enjoy. His
lectures will continue for five weeks.
J, S. Wheolor, who lives three
miles west of the city, will build
three miles of wire fence this spring,
a portion of which Is now in position.
Ho has In 300 acres of wheat, all of
which looks finely, but needs rain.
He will break 320 acres of now land
this spring for summer fallow. All
kinds or livestock Is in good condi
tion. W. W. Wolfe, formorly of Echo, but
who has lived in Seattlo for the past
five years, is here looking after real
estate which he has owned for many
years. One property is land four miles
east of Foster, on tho 12-mllo flat. It
Is stated that Mr. Wolfe is responsi
ble for tho investments rondo. In. this
county by the Pacific Land & Irriga
tion Co.. of Seattle.
N. Berkley has effected the sale of
tho Taylor ranch, to George A. Clark.
Father Gooso himself will be at
the art exhibit each day to Introduce
Milt Pomoroy, of Stewart Creek,
lately finished remodeling and repa
poring his dwelling.
The scarlet fever quarantine was
lifted from Professor Conklln's resi
dence last Saturday evening.
Bill Temple, who lives about nine
miles northwest of the city, Is fenc
ing for hogs, 320 acre? of land.
Joe Williams, an Indian arrested
Saturday for assault and battery, put
up $5 for his appearance today, but
Gideon Brown has sold his farm
nine miles northeast of the city and
has moved upon what is commonly
known, as the Bontley farm.
Al Voglo, of Pilot Rock, who lately
sold his ranch of over a section, Is
undecided whether to leave the
country or purchase other property
George Skelton. of Pilot Rnclc, late
ly sold 320 acres of his land for" $3,200
and may travel for a while with the
purposo of Investing In some other
part of the country.
All public school teachers are mem
bers of the reception committee of the
art exhibit, and will give as much
time as possible to tho duties of this
D. Howdysliell. who lives nine miles
northwest between Despain Canyon
andStage Gulch, reports the wheat as
all looking fine, including the 100
acres of wheat he himself has in.
George Terney. of Despain Canyon,
was in town Saturday. He reports
crops as all looking well in that
neighborhood. Mr. Terney recently
dug a 90-foot well and secured a
great abundance of excellent water.
Jasjier Manning, of Pilot Rock, is
seriously considering whether or not
to leave this part of the country. He
is said to be attracted by Southern
California. He lately sold his ranch
for $0,000 to Levi Eldridge ,of McKay
T. Beeney. of Pilot Rock, was in
the city last Saturday. He reports
smallpox and measles as about having
had their run in that neighborhood,
though there are a few cases yet.
Sheep and cattle are all looking fine
ly. The frost is not yet all out of
the. ground in that neighborhood,
which is hindering spring plowing.
t It Pays to Trade at The Peoples Warehouse ; ;
t : ;
j Saturday Night Specials ii
12 Silk Waists, in two lots, colors green, rose, blue, T
gray and black. The prices of these Waists
were $3.98, $4.50, $5 and $6 each
$2.98 and $1.98 Each
10 dozen Men's Band Bows, in bright, fancy colors,
were 25c and 50c each
! 10 Cents Each
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
Outfitters for Men and Women.
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Take care of Your Horses,
We always like to sGe a farmer or
a horseman drive up to a hitching
post these winter days, jump out of
the rig, unfold a big warm blanket
and carefully cover his faithful horse.
There is a big heart In that man. He
Is thinking of something else besides
himself, and he takes as much pleas
ure in caring for his horse's comfort
as for himself. On the other hand, it
makes us sad to see a great big man,
warmly clad,, from head to foot, drive
a steaming horse up to the rack, hast
ily tie him fast, leave him shivering,
and make for the nearest hot stove.
There Is something wrong about this
fellow. He may be a nice man, be
long to church, may not swear, smoke
nor have any bad habits, but he has
no feelings for a dumb animal. La
Moure County Chronicle,
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To the Wise
Farmer, or those who intend
planting their gardens or do
ing spring work of any kind
in this line, are that you wiJl
find everything in garden '
and farm tools of the very
best quality and at the low
W. J. CLARKE & CO., Court Street.
We certainly can save you
money. Fine German Mottled
and Olive Castile Soap at 2jc a
bar. Other fine values, 5c, 8c
i and ioc a bar.
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters Frog
English as Written In 81am.
Here is a piece of Siamese jour
nallsm that puts some of our content'
poraries quite In the shade in the
matter of word painting. It is an ac
count of a shooting outrage and runs
"Shooting Outrage. O! Fearful
Agony. Khoon Tong, one of Phya
Song's staff, was on a mission to
Lampoon, and on his return instantly
was shot dead by some miscreants,
scoundrels. O! untimely death, O!
fearful. O! Hell. All friends ex
pressed their morne'. The cowardice
dog Is still at large. Six soldiers and
six policemen were dispatched at
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a full new
stock of those celebrated
bef o r e
have arranged to keep them cons
tantly on hand, so you had better
try a pair.
DESCRIPTION Vici kid, Good
year welt, patent tip, smooth
insole, flexible and new spring
Where Whole Families Are Shod
A Ten Cent Counter
We show some fine values for
10 cents. Children's chairs, bas
kets, tack hammers, large bottle
ammonia, soap dishes, towel
rings, etc., all at 10 cents apiece.
About 900 boxes fine station
ery in boxes in new designs of en
velopes and colors, 15c to 29c. It'
will pay you to see this line.
Legs Clams f Crabs
$ and $ Lobsters f
and other salt and fresh
water foods, ....
Complete lines at lowest j
The Nolf Store
For School Books and School
Supplies at Lowest Prices.
Telephone Mala 4
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS.
We have' the largest stock of carpets, outside of Portland, in
the state. This is an undisputable fact, We offer better bar
gains than can be had in Eastern Oregon, another fact whjch
is proven by the low prices we are offering.
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next door to Postoffice.
We announce that we have opened undertaking parlors in
connection with our furniture and carpet store and will answer
calls day or night. Phone Black 273.
BEST DRY WOOD.
We have bought of the Allen Brothers, their interest ia the
Wood business, and now we are ready to famish the best
dry wood on short notice. Office 638 Main Street,
Phone i i2t. P. P. COLLIER & CO.