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onder Sale No. 3
'riday and Saturday, March 20-21
AH Wool Waists, regular price $.25,
Wonder Sale Price ....
D All Wool Waists, regular price $1.75 Qf-
and $2.00, Wonder Sale Price . .
leached Cotton Crash, regular price 5c yd, lr
Wonder Sale Price .... 2"
(Not more than six yds to each customer.)
Above prices good for dates mentioned only.
6TFREE CONCERT By Kirkman's Fall Orchestra, SATUR-
iY EVENING, MARCH 21st. 6:30 to 9 O'clock.
PUTSCH'S BIG DEPARTMENTfSTORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
FRIDAY, MAUCH 20, 1903.
ch 21. Umatilla County
ien'8 Association, Commercial
ition's rooms. Pendleton.
Ih 2G Special school election
bh 28 Teachers' Institute at
l Two townshius in Wallo-
nty to be opened to settle-
tt,l Modern Woodmen county
I, O. O. F. hall, Pendleton.
lilO Knights o Pythias dis
tention, Walla Walla.
13 Eastern Oregon Presuy-
P16, 17. 18 Inland Empire
' Association. Walla Walla.
-State supreme court at Pen-
38-17 Pacific Coast Congress
20, June 3 Presbyterian gen-
sembly. Los Angeles. Cal.
28. 29 and June 12, 13 Wool
1 Circuit court.
2 Eastern Oregon G. A. R. en
2, 3 and Juno 23, 24 Wool
G, C Wool sales, The Dalles.
9, 10 and June 20, 27 Wool
17 Oregon Pioneer Associa-
15, 1C Wool sales, Baker
"18, 19 Wool sales, Elgin.
1:23, 24, 25 State Federation of
tt's Clubs. Astoria.
0-10 Forty-second annual
National Educational Asso-
3t 17 National G. A. R. en-
ant, San Francisco.
prober S-ll National Irrigation
is, Ogden, Utah.
A Pioneer of Umatilla.
J. C. Sims, who lives on Mud Creek,
north of the city, near the county
line, has lately completed a new res
idence. Mr. Sims was in town today
en route home from Pilot Rock, where
he has been to visit Abram Miller,
with whom he crossed the plains in
1862. They had not met for 30 years.
Mr. Sims lived in Umatilla county
from '02 to '05. He then moved to
Idaho, where he remained until four
years ago, when he moved to his pres
ent location. He reports crops and
livestock as all in fine condition in
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
Oregon Dally Journal can be
pn sale at Frazler's book store.
That have won
great favor with
"Christ Before Pilate."
Tonight Rev. R. W. King will pre
sent at the Baptist church a beautiful
reproduction in full colors of the very
famous painting, "Christ Before Pi
late." by means of a stereopticon, one
of the lnrgest and finest instruments
in the state. The picture will be 8x12
feet in size as projected upon the
screen. Mr. King will give a history
of the painting and also of the inci
dents leading up to and following the
summoning of Christ before Pilate.
No admission will be charged.
Elks Elect Officers.
The Order of Elks elected officers
as follows last night: Exalted ruler,
G, A. Hartman; leading knight. Leon
Cohen; loyal knight, F. W. Waite;
lecturing knight, T. W. Ayres; sec
retary. H. C. Guernsey; treasurer, F.
E. Judd; trustee, Frank Frazler; ty
ler, Eldred Waffle. M. M. Wyriok was
Will Locate in Umatilla.
Eric Hed, of Centerville, S. D ar
rived and from here went to Walla
Walla for a short stay. His intention
is to locate in Umatilla county, and
he will either purchase an improved
farm or file on government land near
Leon Cohen doe.1? not abandon hope
in relation to the organization of a
professional baseball league in the
Inland Empire the coming year, al
though lie admits the prospect is not
bright. The only favorable response
yet recoived is from Walla Walla.
Contract for County Buildings.
The contract for laying the founda
tions for the hospital and dwelling on
the poor farm, and building the chim
neys and flues, was let by the county
court to D. A. May for $7184 on a
Judge Lowell at Elgin.
Judge S. A. Lowoll went to Elgin
this morning, where he will deliver a
lecture, "Climbing the Heights," un
der the auspices of the public school,
is in a clear skin and good
complexion, neither can be had
without pure blood and good
digestion both will come by
Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 25c.
ilifornia Olive Oil
We have Just received a
fresh supply of California
nilin rtll. U .rut Hilu
ft from the growers in Southern California. ThU Oil is absolutely
iuuvuu prove tins to your owu Batlafactlou if vou will notice
sry pecentible ollvn flavor, t.i.t. iut u ti. n,... ,i, rt t,
fwible to counterfeit this flavor and It is not found in any oil which
'Ceil adulterated to nnv nrnul,1nr.,l.ln ,.11
Itlioradulterauts are practically tasteless.
75c PINT OR $1.25 FULL QUART BOTTLES
I Use Olive Oil for every kind of frying or wherever you use butter
Most people, no doubt. cnnBidflr Ollvm Oil irui evnnnulvn far nr.
W3f use, mn It h not. ua nllnrt nf nil la onilnl tn nl.nnf turn nniinH
Bhall be pleased to show you our oil.
lOEPPEN'S DRUG STORE
Steps From Main St, Toward the Court House
Choice meats at Housor's.
Try GraU's clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Gratz's.
Fresh fish daily at Castle's.
Best f'hoo work at Teutsch's.
Clothing cleaned by Joorger.
Sea food fresh at Castle's.
Carpet remnant sale at Rader's.
Special carpet sale at Rader's .
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Ladies' half soles 40c Teutsch.
Drop into Clark & Co.'s for a social
Rooms to rent, 407 West Alta
Have your shoes repaired at
Clark & Co.'s new cigar store for
Clark & Co.'s new cigar store now
open. Ell building.
Hays' cigar storo, headquarters for
Smoke "The Pendleton Favorite,"
made by J. Devlin.
Have you had your shoes repaired
at Teutsch? Try him.
Miller, 209 Court street, for choice
chocolates, cigars, fruits, etc.
Imported limburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
"El Sidelo," the best cigar made, at
Rees' cigar store. Court, street.
Correct styles for this spring are
now shown at Carrier's millinery.
Good, dry cottonwood at P. P. Col
lier & Co.'s. 'Phone, Main 1121.
The Order of Elks will give a dance
the first Thursday after Easter.
The rare creations of the millinery
art on display at Carrier's Millinery.
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
Fishing tackle, new hooks, poles,
baskets, leaders, lines, lowest prices.
Blacksmith shop in Pendleton for
sale. Sec Earnhart, Association
For Rent Five-room house, two
blocks east of Main street Apply
at this office.
Wanted Two or three dozen chick
ens; Plymouth Rocks preferred. Ad
dress Box 124.
S. Smith, drunk and disorderly, was
fined ?5 in police court this morning,
which he paid.
If you want a business location on
Main street, come and see me. I have
four. E. T. Wade.
The subject of Mr. Wilson's sermon
tonight at the Christian church is
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
Beautiful 5-room cottage, two lots
shade and fruit trees, nicely located.
Reduced to $1,600. E. T. Wade.
This spring's choicest ideas in
millinery will be on display at Mrs.
Campbell's commencing Thursday.
J. W. Waymon .of Butter creek, is
ii the city. Mr. Wayman will go to
Echo and prospect for government
We have our pattern hats now on
display and invite you to call and
stuty the late styles. Carrier. Millinery.
Fred Geinger, of Birch Creek, yes
terday sold to Platzoeder 23 head of
fine beeves for 4 cents per pound on
For Sale Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main btreet. Good
property at a bargain. Easy terms.
E. T. Wade.
Best Investment on Pacific Coast
today is in Yakima valley. See the
Nessly-Scott Investment Company
Rev. Levi Johnson will lecture
next Sunday at the Men's Resort, at
4 p. m. The nuiRlcal program will be
G. A. Schroeder, who lives 13 miles
out on McKay Creek, reports stock
and crops as all in line condition in
Four hundred and eighty acres good
level land, good house, all fenced,
plenty of water. 200 acres In barley,
?3,600. E. T. Wade.
Chas. Cunningham will at once be
gin the erection of two sheep sheds
which will each hold 2000 animals,
on his Pilot Rock ranch.
At the meeting Tuesday night at
the new Christian church at Athena,
1 1 vc"o adr'd to the chun !:';; mem
bership and 11 Wednesday night.
For Rent Suite of rooms in East
Oregonion building. Steam heated.
Hot and cold water and bath room on
same floor. Inquire at this office.
Regular meeting of Pendleton Cir
cle No. 527 tonight at Ilendrlck's hall.
Large attendance desired. Visitors
from outside circles are cordially in
vited. Riley White lias sold to John A.
Davis for $2,000, the southeast quar
ter of section 2i, township (i, range
37. which lies 10 miles noitlioast of
J. R. Doherty and 1- A. Eddings
have returned from Weston where
they laid over 200 yards of linoleum in
the saloon lately built by Herman
E. D. Boyd has sold to George R.
Igo lot 7, block 44, of the reservation
addition, for $250. The property lies
on the west side of Pine street, north
Dan Hart was bound over yester
day by Commissioner Halloy to stand
trial with Brenner Ballon in the
United States court on the charge of
soiling liquor to Indians.
L. B. King, who lives near the coun
ty line north of Pendleton, has sold
his 185-acro farm for $05 per acre,
Ho docs not Intend to leave the coun
try, as was first reported.
Assossor Strain today began in per
son tho assessment of the merchants
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
This season has brought many now and beautiful dross materials to tho front. As
usual we aro tho first to show
In Gray, Tan, Bluo, White, Green and Gobelin, 45 inches wide,
por yard fj,
In all colors, 45 inches wide,
In all colors, 45 inohos wide,
per yard fj,
Handsome Lino of
Suitablo for Tailor-Made Skirts and Suits in Heavy and Medium Weights,
o4 inphes wido during our
100,000 yards Valenciennes Lace, 2c to 20c, at Celebration Salo, lc to 10c yd.
5 pieces Scotch Flannel, worth 29c, this weok at Colobration Salo, 15c yd.
Ladies' and Men's Fancy Hose, worth 50c and 75c, at Colobration Salo, 25c pair.
11 pieces Indian Dimity, regular price 30c, at Colobration bale, 15c yd.
25 dozen Ladies' Kid Gloves, regular price .f 1.25, at Celebration Salo, 65c
The Peoples Warehouse
PENDLETON'S LEADING DRY GOODS STORE
stocks of the city. Deputies, just
which Is not yet decided, will assess
the other property of the city.
Only the chattle property in the
Dutch Henry feed yards changed
hands as the result of the sale men
tioned in yesterday's East Oregonlan.
The realty was not affected by the
G. M. Luhrs reports feed very
scarce on Stewart Creek, and live
stock pretty thin. His brother will
pasture IiIb 2,300 sheep and a largo
number of horses and cattle on Star
key Prairie ,ln Union county.
Despaln & Clark have Early Rose,
Earlv Ohio and six weeks seed pota
toes selected by hand, and pure. Big
Four white seed oats, yielding one
hundred bushels per acre. Office.
Savings Bank building. Send In your
Lewis and Robert Male, of Birch
Creek, were in the city yesterday.
They reside nine, miles from town.
They report stock pretty thin and
the price of cattle in particular as de
clining on account of that fact and I
the scarcity of feed. Urass is very
slow on account of the cold nights.
Pies Armstrong, the Baker City
murderer, passed through Pendleton
last evening in charge of Sheriff
Brown. They were en route to Baker
City from Salem, where Armstrong
has been kept for some time to fore
stall the possibility of his being
"tcic A A A A A A 4nM
It Is Time to Plant
Your 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,
W.JJ. CLARKE & CO., Court Street
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A Sale of Fishing Tackle.
Will Admitted to Probate.
The will of William T. Wright, who
died at Milton March Hi, was admit
ted to probate today, and his widow,
Mrs. Laura Wright, and son-in-law,
Ira Berry, were appointed executors.
Tho deceased, who was T' years of
age at his death, lett an estate valued
at $15,000, consisting mostly of real
estate in Milton. His heirs are his
widow, and his three surviving child
ren, Mrs. Helen M. KusBell. of Mil
ton; Mrs. Jennie L. Berry, of Milton,
and a son, Charles A. Wright, of Mor
gan City, ionisiana.
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a lull new'
stock of those celebrated
Fine French made Trout Hauketf,
05o to $2.45
Poles Split Bamboo, with extra
tips. 05c to $3 95.
Hooks We show a complete line of
lly hooks, 10c to $1 2.5 a dozen.
Leaders lc to 7(5o each.
Common hooks as low as He a dozen.
Fly Books-Mc to fl -45.
New goods at lowest prices, has made
our nshinu tackle dept. u success.
UrtUULH OCt U3 ami flowor Beed l
.ij regular prlco We nell no commlmlon, but
coulract (or our itock lu the (nil, pay tKit caaili
and tbut underitcU everyone
of tiie season are always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters " Frog
Legs f Clams Crabs
and $ Lobsters f
and other salt and fresh
water foods, , , , ,
This is !
and sold !
out ev ;
more of 1
t h e m. j
have arranged to keep them cons I
tantly on hand, so you had better
try a pair,
DESCRIPTION Vici kid, Good.
year welt, patent tip, smooth
insole, flexible and new spring
Boston Store i
Where Whole Families Are ShodJ
The Nolf Store!
Telephone Main 4
I FREE ! FREE!! FREE!!!
Our large 68-page illustrated seed catalogue, Wo handle
LILY, BOGARDUS 8c CO.'S
Garden, Flower and Field Seeds. These seeds are grown in
the Pacific Nortnwest 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 lrom these seeds.
Our large 68 page catalogue contains much valuable infor
mation and con be had by asking for it at our store or writing
tis and we will mail you one.
Thompson Hardware Co.,
62 1 Main Street
EVERYTHING IN .THE HAKDWAEI
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