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If not get in line and wear the
latest It is the same
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le PAUZA, the newest ia shape and a 4! CS EZf
Mrtlfal Hat in Black and Pearl
Latest in stiff Hats you will also see in out
lav. Crown about same as regular Hat bat the
brim is mach broader, giving a very C3 t f
ish effect. In black only.
e GRACCO, a Hat that becomes everyone. We
1 show yoa in a variety of colors. Pric- (T
:he BOSS, the best $3.00 Hat to be found any-
lUTSCB'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
&NESDAY, MARCH 11, 1903.
12, 13 District Christian En
9&YWK iwentlon, fluitoU
HmK 12, 13 Shooting tourna
JJB 14 Umatilla fioimtv Wool
tojmB Association, Pondloton, in
lal Association's rooms.
14 Executive committee
roolgrowers Association, Pen
14 Teachers' institute, at
Iftwfef- 15. Dedication new Christ-
H21 Umatilla County Sports
2G Special school election
28 Teachers institute at
L Two townships in Wallo
y to be opened to settle
-Modern Woodmen county
feO. O. F hall. Pendleton.
16, 17, 18 Inland Empire
' Association. Walla Walla.
J-Stato supreme court at Pen-
tl7 Pacific. Coast Conuress
E Circuit court.
P-Eastem Oregon G. A. R. en
p.7 Oregon Pioneer Associa
iltO'S HERPICIDE MAKES
JTIFUL HAIR, because it do
I the deadlv microbe at work
Itho hair root?, thus making
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und promotine a thick, luiu-
trowth of hair, increasing the
p good looks fullylOO percent.
U alio care your faflier, brother, hui.
; sweetheart of nny calp affection
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, then you will iurely recommend it.
: at all Flrst-CUss Drug Stores.
June 23, 24, 25 State Federation of
Women's Clubs, Astoria.
July G-10 Forty-second annual
meeting National Educational Asso
ciation, Boston, Mass.
August 17 National G. A. R. en
campment, San Francisco.
September 8-11 National irrigation
congress, Ogden, Utah,
George Itimbrell had his shoulder
dislocated yesterday afternoon. He
was plowing on Libbie McBee's place
on Butter creek. The team became
frightened and started to run away.
He caught one of the horses by the
bridle when it reared and struck him
with Its forofeet knocking his shoul
der out of joint. He was brought to
Pendleton. Dr. C. J. Smith set his
shoulder this morning. Mr. Kimbrell
will probably return to Echo today or
Prominent Son of Herman in Town.
George Retzer and wife of Walla
Walla have been for some time at
Hot Lake. Yesterday Mr. Retzer
came to Pendleton, leaving Mrs. Ret
zer at the lake. While here he was
the guest of Joe Easier for a day and
went on to Walla Whlla this morning.
Mr. Retzer is vice-president for the
state of Washington of the Sons of
Hermann, and is a delegate to the su
Farm Work Progressing.
Hugh Estes, who Is farmiug 1,000
acres on Eureka flat this year, is in
Walla Walla today and reports farm
ers working almost night and day get
ting in their spring grain. Work is
started at daylight and contniues as
long as it Is light enough to see. An
other week, he believes, will see
farmers pretty much through with
their work. Walla Walla Statesman.
High School Reception.
Blaine and Alma Hallock will join
the other members of the family at
Baker City the latter part of the
week. Their father, H .H. Hallock,
is the O. R. & N. agent at that
place. Tonight, at the high school
assembly hall, will be given a recep
tion in their honor. Only students of
the high school, and ex-students are
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
Closer Quarters for Drunks.
O. G. Smith, the carpenter employ
ed by the committee on health and
police has completed the erection of
two close colls in the city jail, much
to the gratification of Chief Gibson,
who now has a safe and quiet repos
itory for all turbulent drunks, and
foul-mouthed or obstreperous prison
ers generally. Salem Journal.
St. Patrick's Day.
Celebrate St. Patrick's day by at
tending the ball to be given at Ar
mory hall Tuesday evening, March
17, by the Order of Washington. Kirk
man's orchestra. A good time is as
sured all. Grand march at 9 o'clock.
Admission 60 cents.
e have UlSt rflrmvfri a frmch aliinmpnt f SfilfiCt NftW
ind Bark and is now on sale. Quarter pound, 10c.
We have also just unpacked a large shipment of
et, Medical and Oil Atomizers of all kinds; all prices.
ir a goon Atomizer, either for .toilet or medical purposes.
jr a nrst-class Atomizer with slate rubber bulb. Otherc
at ffi.oo, $1.25 and $1,50.
llizers, $1,50 Each. We now offer you an elegant in
strument for spraying oily liquids, at this low price.
EPPEN'S DRUG STORE
From Main St., Toward the Court Hook
Choice meats at Houser's.
Try Gratz'a clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Grate's.
Fresh fish daily at Castle's.
Clothing cleaned by Joerger.
Sea food fresh at Castle's.
Best t-hoe work at Teutsch's.
The best bread Is Hohbach's.
Smoke the Pendleton Favorite.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Hohbach's bread Is good bread.
Ladles' half soles 40c. Tcutsch.
Have your shoes repaired at
A gentleman's smoke, The Pendle
To try Hohbach's bread is to like
it. It's fine.
Rader has the best furniture polish
on the market.
Hays cigar store, headquarters for
Have you had your shoes repaired
at Teutsch? Try him.
Nest eggs, garden and flower seeds,
baseball goods. Nolf's.
If you want best goods for least
money, trade at the St. Joe.
Imported limburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Grate's.
"El SIdelo," the best cigar made, at
Rees' cigar store. Court street.
Every town has a leading store.
The St. Joe leads In Pendleton.
Wanted German girl to do general
housework. Apply at E. O. office.
For Rent Two furnished front
rooms. Address Mrs. H. S. Dorman.
The Oregon Daily Journal can be
found on sale at Frazier's book store.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raloy's
addition. Inquire at 403 Alta street.
You always get choice meat at Hou
ser's. Alta street, opposite Savings
Wood and coal by car lots a spec
laity. P. P. Collier & Co., 'phone
A chance of a lifetime to get a
sewing machine for less than cost, at
The prettiest line of men's shirts
over Bhown In Pendleton Just receiV'
ed at the St Joe.
If you want a business location on
Main street, come and see me. I have
four. E. T. Wade.
Cut this out, take it to Rader's
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.
Wanted A six or seven-room house
within one or two blocks of Main
street. Address E, this office.
Our shelves and tables are loaded
with new spring goods. Prices lower
than ever. The St. Joe Store.
Beautiful 5-room cottage, two lots,
Bhade and fruit trees, nicely located.
Reduced to $1,500. E. T. Wade.
J. A .Smith has received his new
line of saddles and now has the finest
collection ever Bhown in Pendleton.
The contract for the lumber for the
Ross Cold Storage House has been
let to the Gray's Harbor Lumber Co.
For Sale Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main Btreet. Good
property at a bargain. Easy terms.
E. T. Wade.
Four hundred and eighty acres good
level land, good house, all fenced,
plenty of water, 200 acres in barley,
?3,600. E. T. Wade
The county court is today wrestling
with the question of improvements on
the poor farm, and expects to reach
a conclusion this afternoon.
Wanted Work by man and wife;
man handy at any kind of work. La
dy is good cook. Would prefer to
work on ranch. Address Geo. Dye,
209 Garden street.
Just received a large stock of fine
custom clothing from the B. Kuppen
heim Co. You know this house leads
them all for style, fit and workman
ship. The St. Joe.
Beautiful dress goods, trimmings,
shirt waists, hosiery, underwear, rib
bons, laces, embroideries, gloves,
belts, millinery; in fact, almost any
thing you can call for, at the St. Joe.
Men, teams and scrapers are en
gaged In cleaning the race, which ex
tends from the Main street bridge to
Walters' mill, In readiness for the
spring's high waters and Increasing
There were six conversions last
night at the Christian church, mak
ing a total of C4 during the present
meetings. Tho subjoct for the ser
mon tonight will be "If Christ Came
If you need mating, wood fibre
carpet, art squares, rugs, lace cur
tains, pictures, picture frame3, wall
paper, sewing machines or other ar
ticles In my stock, now Is the time to
invest Everything must go. Jesse
C. P. Koontz, of Little McKay
Creek, reports all tho livestock well,
but thin, on account of the protracted
season of feeding and scarcity of for
age. Permanently open and warm
weather will be very acceptable now
to all the stockmen In that part of
There will start from Lewlston,
Me., Sunday next, six carloads of ex
cursionists to Idaho, Oregon and
Washington. Among these people
will be a number of relatives of Pen
dleton people and a large number of
thorn who do not have relatives in
this vicinity are woll known to par
PROSSER BUSINESS MAN HERE.
C. W. Nessly Spends the Day In Pen
dleton En Route to His Old Home
In La Grande.
C. W. Nessly, formerly an oxt visivo
fanner and fruitgrower of La Grande,
but at present engaged in tho re.il
estate business in the thriving town
of Prosser, Wash., arrived In Pendle
ton today over the W. & C. R.
Mr. Nessly is president and general
manager of tho Nessly-Scott Invest
ment Company, of Prosser, and is
now interesting settlors in that local
ity. Ho Is enthusiastic over the pros
pects there and feels confident that
tho productive lands of that section
will be converted into farms during
the coming season.
Ho leaves for La Grande tonight,
where he will remain a few days In
the interest of his enterprise.
Mrs. Margaret Flock, of Weston,
was last evening ndjudged Insane,
and committed to the state Insane
asylum. Mrs. Flock Is a widow, aged
05 years, and has been more or less
demented for tho past two years,
Her dementia takes a homicidal turn
at times and It was thought best that
she be restrained. This was her first
commitment. The cause of her men
tal unbalance was found to be re
Breakdown on W. & C. R.
The morning train into Pendleton
over the W. & C. R. broke down yes
terday morning about half way from
Helix to this city. The injured part
was a broken eccentric on the engine.
The damage was not great, but re
sulted in several hours' delay. By
telegraphing another engine was se
cured from Walla Walla and the train
arrived at Pendleton about 3:30 p. m
IA A ICTC THE BOY NEEDS A
That will stand the wear of the boy and the
wash tub, and thin Is the kind of material from
which our Blouses are made. They 1H well,
are strougly made and will not rip, nor will uot
lose color lu washing. We carry the largest
stock of Boys' Walst and Blouses In the city.
"Mothers Friend" Blouses, sizes 3 to 10 years. . ,25c to $1.40 t
" waists, 2 collars, 3 to 14 " . . 50c to $1.00
' ' " collar attached, 3 to 10
25c to 75c f
''Mothers Friend" boft bailor collars 3 to 10 yrs 25c to $1.00
$ See Display in North Window
The Peoples Warehouse jj
I BOYS OUTFITTERS
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They Want Fish.
There is every indication that there
will be a very large attendance at the
Sportsmen's Association meeting on
the 21st. Mr. Krause receives daily
much correspondence in relation to
the meeting, from all over tho eastern
part of Oregon. Nearly every letter
contains an appeal for fish.
Two divorces have been granted by
Judge Ellis as follows: Myrtle J
Hemphill from Alfred C. Hemphill,
with the care and custody of the 18
months-old child, and an alimony of
$400. Also Lizzie Pease from Arthur
Will Wire New Hospital.
Maple Bros., were yesterday award
ed the contract for wiring the new
Sisters' hospital for electric lights,
bells and inter-communicating tele
phones. This is the largest contract
ever given in Pendleton for wiring a
Dr. Smith Honored.
Dr. C. J. Smith received his com
mission from Governor Chamberlain
this morning, making him one of the
five members of the state board of
health. Dr. Smith is tho only East
ern Oregon member of the board.
Constructing a Cistern.
A. B. Cooley today sent two six-
horse wagon loads of Iron piping to
his farm, 13 miles north of Pendle
ton. He is constructing a large cis
tern on the place for stock watering
Mrs. Flock, the aged woman from
Weston, who was adjudged Insane
yesterday evening, was taken to the
asylum today by D. Turner and wife.
John W. Chaney and Mrs. Ruth Cal-
luns were married March 9 by Judge
Fitz Gerald at the Columbia lodginp
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a lull new
stock of those celebrated
bef o re
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
f A A
A A A Ail
It Is Time to Plant
Yotsr Garden Seeds
Now, but your ground must
be broken and made fit to re
ceive them. If you haven't
the proper implements, you
can select anything in this
line from our high grade
stock of spades, rakes, hoes,
reels, watering pots, rollers,
i W. J. CLARKE & CO., Court Street
AAA AAAAA AA A A AAAAA A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Full line Victor and Reach bats
mitts, balls and gloves.
Balls, 5c to JSi. 10
Mitts, ioc to $3.95
Bats, ioc to 95c
We are showing some good val
ues in sporting goods.
Our line of bulk and package
goods is complete. All 5c papers
of Garden and Flower Seeds at
one-half price, 2cs package.
New wrist bags, by express, the
latest novelties. Good values up
to $1.25 and 1.50 each, here 98c.
Bead chains and necklaces all
colors choice 25c.
of the season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters f Frog
Legs Clams f Crate
f and f Lobsters
and other salt and fresh
The Nolf Store
Office and School Supplies
Books and Stationery
Telephone Muln 4
FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!
Our large 68-page illustrated seed catalogue,
LILY, BOGARDUS Sc CO.'S
Garden, Flower and Field Seeds. These seeds are grown in
the Pacific Northwest country and are right at home in this
soil and climate, They are hardy and adapted to this section.
You take no chances in getting a good crop trom these seeds.
Our large 68-page catalogue contains much valuable infor
mation and coo be had by asking for it at our store or writing
us and we will mail you one.
Thompson Hardware Co.,
621 Main Street '
EVERYTHING IN THE HARDWARE WMI;
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