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nnn vrAs Fancy KiDDons, me proper style tor
neckwear, gu.a. r
s2e price JOcyd.
n ,Ms French Flannelette, regular price 20c yd.
In oieces Fancy Waistings, worth 25c yd. Wonder
' Sale Price J 2 t-2c yd.
RFF CONCERT, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 28
. 0:30 to 9 O'clock.
notf-MAN'S FULL ORCHESTRA.
Sec Printed Programs
S BIG DEPARTMENT -STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
BRIEF HEWS NOTES.
Try Gratz's clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Qratz's.
Choice meats at Houser's.
Fresh fish dally at Castle's.
Sea food tresh at Castle's.
Best t-hoo work at Tcutsch's.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
Hohbach's baking Is always good.
Drop Into Clark & Co.'s for a social
Sprlnj,' samples, large line, at Joer-ger's.
rent, 407 West Alta
tniV MAItCH 27. 1D0.1.
.it p. tnu'TialilttR In Wallo
... . Ua nnnnnrl to settlli-
i;t KnlshtR ot Pytluas his
.iientlon, Walla Walla.
crJ 13 Eastern Oregon Presby
i ...( .t n TUnlln Ufn 1 1 n
AAitMnl nnnl eta WdflTtlO
assembly, Los Angeles, Cal.
e J. 10 and .Tunn ifl 7 TVnnt
Ml. 24 SpvonHi nv Aili 'nn Hut
17 Orp.ffnn PInnPor AnertMn.
15, 1C Wool sales, Baker
Tune 18, 19 Wool sales rciHn
Juno 23, 24, 25 State Federation of
t wuraun s unuis, Astoria.
I J'J -iu Forty-second annual
meeting wnuonal Educational Asso-
I nation, .Boston, Mass.
i August 17 National G. A. It. i
. campment, San Francisco.
i September 8-11 National irrigation
uuiigrfBs, ugoon, uian.
5poke at the Salvation Army Last
Night An Entertaining Speaker.
Major Dubbin, of Portland, of the
auivuuon Army, preached in this
place last evening. He is a very en
tertaining speaker ami the local army
people consider themselves favored
by his coming. Ho goes to Baker
City today. He reports a great revi
val of efficiency and Interest in the
army's affairs, resulting from General
Booth's visit to this country. Major
Dubbin was in New York Citv when
General Booth was there u short time
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An Oregon Pioneer.
John Alollala, of Vinson, wan In I ho
city yesterday marketing some hogs.
Mr. Mollala is one of the old-timers
in Oregon, having coma to thin state
In 18(!74 when he engarfd In mining
near l,a Grande, in 3871 ho camo to
Pendleton and afterward went to
Vinson, where he has since resided.
Ho was born in Ireland and when a
young man went to Africa, where he
spent five years and then came to
America. He is now 71 years or age,
but Is a remarkably robust man for
his years, and conducts his faun as
Croff Stanton Very III.
Mrs. Frank Ralnvllle last evening
lecelved a telephone message from
Athena Informing her that her father,
Croff Stanton, was not expected to
live, being attacked with a violent
and excessive hemorrhage from the
lungs. This was regarded as being
very surprising, as he is not con
sumptive, nor hau been known to have
any other serious lung trouble up to
Will Plant Alfalfa.
Delmven, the Walla Walla man,
who bought the Tom Baker place
near Yoakum, has moved onto the
place, although ho at first Intended to
lease it. He Is clearing a (-aere
tract or the brush and timber and will
plant thereon alfalfa this spring.
This alfalfa Held and considerable
other ground he will put under water
trom the Umatilla ltlver this summer.
and Is digging the ditch therefor now.
New County Buildings.
Work will bo begun probably Mon
day next by D. A, May on the stone
and brick work for the new buildings
on the county poor farm, and it is
expected that It will be finished by
April 20. The county court will meet
lor tho consideration of bids for the
carponterlng April C.
New Sunday School.
Ilev. Levi Johnson will nest Sun
day meet with the people or that dis
'Wet at the Blue school house, eight
wiles northeast of the city, and assist
tbem in the organization of a Sunday
school. It Is expected that It will be
n Union Sunday school,
shoes ropalred at
We have Just received a
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v.011 OntprovB ti.i 0lU,.,er" c Morula. Thli OH U absolutely
vj iwram .. --..a L...viiiir nwn .ont .rtf ah ir ..nn tun nnt imi
,u,e w count.,;, u ''.r"r.- " ta-t u,t Bi the ol
"uiraiiiH """-mornuie extent, oeoame oimonseea on
..vis nr llr.nl ion II..
lives do. It in
la not fouud lu any oil which
are lraotic!tlly tastele?.
OR $1.25 FULL QUART BOTTLES
'or everv IH.,,1 , i , i.
jj . i irjriuif or wnsrever you use miner
use. I,,,. i. i Muiiiii. ..,,, .i,i. nn... . t
HiV.ii " quart of oil Is equal to about two poui
7Sc PlNp ,
you our oil.
WHCPS From mr-o,.ww w "L?
Ot.. 1 nrarf rh I .nrtft MOUSe
Clark & Co.'a new cigar store for
Crescent and Itambler bicycles, $20
to $35. Nolfs.
New clothing, hats and trousers.
Baer & Daley.
Hays' cigar store, headquarters for
Smoke "Tho Pendleton Favorite,"
made by J. Devlin.
Clark & Co.'s new cigar store now
open. 1311 building.
Have you had your shoes repaired
at Teutsch? Try him.
Call for Hohbach's bread and get
tho best. It's nlways good.
Imported limburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
Fresh stock of candles and fruits
at Miller's, 209 Court street.
"121 Sldelo," the best cigar mado. at
Reos' cigar store. Court street.
Comlni;! "Coon Hollow" at the
rrazer opeia house on March "OtU
Go to Collier & Co. for best of dry
reu nr, black pine and cottonwood.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raley's
audition. Inquire at 403 Alta street.
Blacksmith shop In Pendleton for
salo. See Earnhart, Association
H. M. Sloan is repainting and re-
papeilng his residence on Lewis
Ed Dupee Is contemplating building
a store building at Yoakum station
Wanted Two or three dozen chick
ens; Plymouth Rocks preferred. Ad
dress Box 124.
If you want a business location on
Main stieet, come and see me. I have
four. E. T. Wade.
ror Kent Furnished room, one
block from middle Main street. In
quire at this office.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jano
street. Call at house.
Mis. Campbell has received her sec
ond invoice of trimmed hats. Many
chic new patterns are shown.
Beautiful C-room cottage, two lots,
shade and fruit trees, nicely located
Reduced to $1,500. E. T. Wade.
Nice furnished rooms are offered
for rent on East Alta street. See
classified columns for particulars.
Houscr always furnishes good
meat. Send lu your order. Market
Alta street, opposite Savings Bank.
Frank King has finished his new
residence on Middle Cold Spring, and
the papering and painting of it is in
For Sale Brick building with
basement, 50x90, on Main street. Good
property at a bargain. Easy terms,
E. T. Wade.
Best investment on Pacific Coast
today Is In Yakima valley. See the
Ncssly-Scott Investment Company
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 rock is being hauled for the
new marble works building of Monter
astelll Bros, adjoining the steam latin'
dry on tho eastward.
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.
This will be the last time that
Coon Hollow" will be out West.
Those that wish to see It will be at
tlie Frazer opera house Monday night
A. Kunkel & Co., the Implement
pnd vehicle dealers, have supplied the
Heyiiey Delivering Company with a
fine now wagon or the John Deere
James Wright, or Seattle, shipped
two carloads of fat sheep to the
Sound today over the W. & C. It. rail
way. They were bought of Rugg
For your Sunday dinner wo have
hothouse lettuce, asparagus, rhubarb,
green peas, cauliflower, young beets,
young turnips, turnip and spinach
greens, celery, cabbage, gieen onions,
etc. In fruits, bananas, oranges and
fancy eating apples. Diesned poul
try a specialty, Geoige R. Deinott &
Probably it Is moie thoughtlessness
than vandalism that prompts "the boy
behind the gun" to make a target of
fhe flags on the golf grounds. The
golf enthusiasts hope they will find
other marks to test their marksman
ship as they do not like to incur the
expense of tho frequent replacing of
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
The following Specials are good
lot the rest of this month
Until March 31st.
It Is six of one and half a dozen of
the other lu the contest for Tongue's
place In the Fiist district,
Claud Gotch, Frank Dovey. Dinger
Hermann. L. T. Harris, B. L. Eddy
nr.d George C. Biownell aro each as
piring to the vacant seat.
11-room house and lot, 2 blocks
from Main street, suitable for a home
hoarding house. Would rent for $30.
Price $3500. N. T. Conklin.
"I hoar Jim Joining's dun got pinch
ed. What's got him In trouble?"
"Ills sporting blood. He bet the
copper dat he wouldn't arrest him."
"What did de cop do?"
"Ho took him up." -Topoka Stato
Another line of mens $(.00
Wool underwear 50c
What's left of the $7.50 and
$9.50 mens saits $3.75 and $4.75
JO dozen mens heavy sweaters
60 and 75c, alt at 35c
5 dozen bovs heavy sweaters
50c, tratil March 3 25c
A few of the ladies 50 and 75c
fancy hose for 25c
Just received the most gorgeously
beautiful assortment of ladies neckwear
from 25c to $2.50 each that it has
ever been our pleasure to show.
ttO yards silk, grenadine summer
fancies worth 75c, 35c
A few of the JOc outings to go at
per yard 5c
Ladies Ultra shoes, few left, regular
$3.50 for $2.50
I The Peoples Warehouse
OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND WOMEN
"THE WONDER OF THINGS."
A Plant While Growing Is All Activ
ity, Throbbing With Light Waves.
Plants express themselves In leaves
and in their whole form and qualities;
it is their way of voicing the tlnllls
that vibrate them. Wavy lines, curv
ed or straight; surfaces wrinkled or
flat; texture coarse or fine, qualities
o; flavor or odor, are their modes of
expression and ore the result or their
A beet plant while growing is all
activity, throbbing with light waves,
cells dividing and sub-dividing, meas
uring out the exnet amount or proto
plasm to cell division. It 13 a hive or
Industry; the article we doslie It to
manufacture is sugar. These activi
ties can only proceed whllo the plant
Is well. In vain the light waves may
bombard the lenses that compose the
leaf, In vain fine strains of seed or
rich, well-tilled ground, if Insects, fun
gus or other things Interfere. The
workshop Is inactive and orders for
sugar remain unfilled. Thus we can
see how any injury lowers sugar content.
The question how the beets prepare
starch and convert It Into sugar Is at
present, to us, n scaled book. We can
only guess that In soma way, the lso
cinematic color and peculiar refrac
tive foliage, possess a charm are In
synchroinatlc accord with the Influ
ence of other worlds and thus in some
other way the miracle is wrought.
Out of the earth using the manure and
boll elements, this plant, endowed
with pulsing life, catches tho wave
lets that come from the sun to it, and
the world's want finds Its answer In
sugar of the beet. From A. B. Leek-
enby b bulletin, "Sugar Beet Speculation."
Base Ball Goods.
Mrs. O'Rafferty Air yey. on cullln'
terms with Mrs. McNutty?
Mrs. Mulligan Thot's whot Ol am.
She called me no loldy an' Ol called
her a loir. Chicago News,
Indies' half soles 40c. Teutsch.
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a full new
stock of those celebrated
! ! ! NOTICE THE ITEMS ! !
5 doz best (juallty League Bats
made from second growth ash .
The best bat on the market for
00c. Other bate ftom 10c up.
!l iloztm Strong iiiiuUi loyn Hulls at !
Special do Knell. '
of the season arc always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
Finest Oysters Frog
Legs f Clams Crabs
and other salt and fresh
UIOVCI.E 8UNI)ItIE8:-Tirc Tapo 5c; Tub
cement Ac; Btk Belli 20c to7& ;Ooid Kotd j
Tlrea .'l.4 net; "Throe In one Oil" trie -.Uc tlce ,
Uv. Jttc, Etc.
Rambler $20 to $35
The Nolf Store;
Teleplmiio Alnln 4
This is the shoe wc had last fall
and sold out every pair before
we could get more of them. We
have arranged to keep them cons.
antly on hand, so you had better
try a pair.
DESCRIPTION Vici kid, Good-1
year welt, patent tip, smooth 1 t
insole, flexible and new spring!
Boston Store; I
Where Whole Families Are Shod j
It cottt bo rooro to raUe a flae variety
of vegetables than the poorer kind.
The question of the seed you select determines the kind of
proi'uce your garden yields.
If you use Lily, Bogardus & Go's you can be confident of
getting the finest varieties on the market. They are sure pro
ducers being especially adapted to this climate.
4 LARGE 68 PAGE CATALOGUE FREE 4
Call or Write for one. Much valuable Information
la contained In these cataloguu. : : : :
Thompson Hardware Co..
621 Main Street
EVERYTHING IK THE HARDWARE LINE
Going to Fish. See us for Anglers supplies
FRAZER OPERA HOUSE ;;
BAKER & WELCH, Mgrs, MARK MOORHOUSE, Local Mgr. -
MONDAY. MARCH 30 j
A Romance of
An idyll of the Tennessee hills by E. C. CuJIahan.
One of the most thrilling American plays ever written.
A romance of the South, with a perfect picture of life
in that interesting portion of this big United States.
See the Great Cotton Press Scene. All Special Scenery
and stage appointments carried by Company.
PRICES: $1.00; 75o. 50o, 25c
Seats now on sale at Frazier's Book Store,