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SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1903.
THE LITTLE FOLKS
Special tffort has been made
to pet the newest and best styles
for babies and children, and we
nave a stock which includes some
thing to please all
Bring in the little tots and
make them happy. Our prices
mean a saving to you.
Dfadinger, Wilson & Co.
Phone Main 1181
Good Shoes Cheap
BOUGHT FINE HORSE.
Frank Frazier Gets Beautiful Black j
Stallion, Alton B, at Portland Horse t
Frank Frazier returned last night t
from Portland, where he attended . ..I"- -uier is very in
the threenlaj-s' horse sale of blooded T Pneu,nJonl complicated with a
. ,.. . i. ' heart trouble.
Ed Haney, of Adams, Is In the
Ed "Wright, of Pilot Rock, is In the
C. L. Burton has gone to Spokane
on a visit.
Jliss -Mamie Stott Is now saleslady
at v-arners- millinery store.
V. H. Storev. sheriff nf Mnllmimnh
county, is m me city today.
E. E Turner Ik nnn fitnrn rnrnon
ter at the Frazer opera house.
C. J. FrpPSP district flf-nnf fni- ths
Spokesmna-Review, is in the city to-
X. H. Cottrcll left this ninrnlnt- fnr
riser, mis nonie was rormerlv In
J. H. O'Neill, assistant nassenrer
agent of the O. R. & X.. was In town
Miss Reorcla Vrlrht. nf Tirtnn
Wash., Is visiting her sister, Mrs.'
J. C. Carlvle and Jnspnh l.lpimllon
of Weston, are in the city on busi
G. W .Curl is now able to sit up
seme after a long and severe illness
wiin me grip.
Mrs. Thomas Chandler is verv 111
HEI'S CLUB DOTES.
Window of PeoDle Warehouse Is
Dressed In Fitting Manner for the
There seems tn ho n inri-nr irod One of the windows of the Peoples
mwuuie on in Oregon In regard to
women's nlnhe r.i- ,Witi., . I ought to be a Joy forever, it is
If Ann .. i .. .i ... . I liPAiitlftil nrrh snnnnrtprl 11V
b clubs, city federations, etc uuul io ue ju wrem. u
may Judge from the various beautiful arch supported by reprcsen-
accounts and notices In the papers. a""ns oi marme pinars. ana ouuuuiu
It is quite likely that the committee the Brch stands the llfcslzo figure of
of men having women's work for th a ,ady dressed In the most bewitch-
Lewis and Clark Fair in charge had ,r'E Easter costume. Above her head
never hnarH of tho nnmn n,joraiini, are the words: "Easter Greeting. '
of Women's Clubs, nor of that larger Behind, to either side and In front of
body of which it is a part, the Gen- the ngtire are folds and piles of dain
eral Federation of Women's Clubs. -v Easter fabrics arranged in a mo3t
era! Federation of Women's Club
representing a million of America's
best Wompif Evlrtontlv thof hn,1
heard of the Portland Woman's Club
and the Jewish Circle. These clubs
are also a nart nf tho nromn Vprfoi
uuun m omen s uiuns and tne great
bewildering imitation of clouds of
mists. It ls a most original concep
tion carried cut with great ingemil
ty and naturalness.
brought up with him a beautiful
black stallion, full brother to Che-
halis. Alton B is his name. The
" price paid was J275. Alton B. bears
a strong resemblance to Altamont,
his sire. His head, however, resem
bles Cbehalis more strongly than Al
tamont. J. Beach, the owner of Altamont
and Tocora. raised him. As a six
months colt he was sold to Henry
Helman for $300. He has had little or
no training and is to all intents and
purposes, a green trotter, though as
a 2-year-old he made a mile In 2:37.
His owner. Helman thnnirtit ho mt n
record beater and refused $1,000 for
i Charles P. Frazier, of Portland,
representing the Collier Publishing
Co., is in the city.
' F. C. Smith, a Baker City man, is
; in the city prospecting. He mav
possibly locate here.
Mrs. W. T. Rigby is expecting a
visit from her parents, .Mr. and Mrs.
Steadman, of Stone, 111.
Mrs. W. E. Brock and son Harold.
len toaay ror Walla Walla to visit
for a few days with friends.
Oscar Cain, the Walla Walla law
yer and ex-dlstrict attorney, was iu
the city yesterday on business.
Mrs. R. F. Henler. nf Portland is
Purchased Fine Animal.
rcueruuuu. i ai me state Horse ureeacre assu-
iaie Mr. uoroeit. president ot ciation sale m Portland, a lew aays
have had some correspondence with ney. which he has bronchi to Weston
the Oregon State Federation, and the This animal is not leased, but will
federation has done some very good be a Umatilla county horse from now
Work In nromotiner ktimrlpftf-n nf thn I nn Tt Is tint nncclhlA thnf this mnc.
coming exposition, during the year nlficent animal can fail to Impress
past. i ne state federation, tnrough I himself upon at least a dozen genera-
K.c'o'ovKv luuiuiuut:, aiso neipea I nuns oi nis Kinu. tie is every arop
" ijuu.il- Muuuicm m iavor or tne l i nis mood a tnorougnurca, is ! years
appropriation made for the fair at I old, nearly 16 hands and weighs near-
thp List spssfnn nf tha I If 1 nn un I . t
in btate Federation of Women's fastest trotters not professionally
Clubs is willing to use Its influence raced. In the entire Northwest. Mr
in oil ..WtrtA. n n .1 1 n t . I . . I Tl 11 . n . , I
i4u lufiiuuiuie wavs joiiu'ey paia -A'uu lor mm.
fltrthnr nit t tl t . . . I
This Is just exactly the object ot
the federation's existence. The pres
ident of the state federating irne nd-.
ed by .Mr. Cooper to organize Lewis
Will Attend Commanderv
The following Knights Templar will
go 10 naner uuy tonignt to attend
the commandery, which will be in ses
sion there tomorrow: T. C. Tavior, R.
mm as a j-year-old. In California, visiting her mother, Mrs. J. P Wal
where he was owned, he neveloped the ker and her sister. Miss Flor-i Wal
habit of throwing his head In the air ker.
" ii k De naDlt prov-' AItert Carney, one of the East Or-
JS-fSS-SSfi?; onian. "-'S' is lying at home
hw:Vr7iu:.,:,ve,5' 1,1 .w"n a SU(Jden attack of
- muwuu mi me uaui h pneumonia.
abandoned. Mr Wplmnn fmn. n.t.nn
. 11 Ulii 11 llUill
Mr. Frazier purchased him, also own
ed his full brother. Alta Rio, who
drove a trial mile before he had ,
ever been raced, in 2:12. going the
last half in 1:03. and the last quar
ter in 31 seconds. He was entered
to race In the California circuit when .
he broke his leg and had to be shot.
Mr. Frazier Is delighted with his
purchase and thinks his head throw-'
ing habit can soon be overcome her
where the Cnats Arp rnt trnuhlpcnmn
He hopes to develop him into another
Chehalis. It will y. remembered he
sold Chehalis for $7,000. If blood will
tell, then Alton B should prove a
.urs. waiter A. Wyatt is in La
uranoe visiting with her parents.
oue win ne aDsent from the citv sev
and Clark women's clubs in Pend! -lon rCTl tmIrow:, T' & Tf-Vir' R
ton and Eastern Oregon. Thta far K63ter' I: F Wa??8,e7' . E. Brock.
obvious reasons, she could nn. Hn i "f! u'CKson, u. j. Murpny. jonn
Pendleton has already several good
clubs, and there is nnthlni- in
these clubs from doing work for the
xu me quite competent, ana
no doubt willing to do their sharp.
It is very likely that the clubs mak
ing up the state federation will pre
fer to work through their own organization.
The state federatlnn nnm-ontinn
June will settle for Itself what fur
ther work it Will linriprtnl-o ,.
mote the interests or Oregon. If our
Lewis and Clark Fair commissioners
decide to have an Oregon building
at St. Louis, the club women can ad-
peruse tne state well at the Mav
biennial of the general federation,
that will bp held In 3 7 n..l l inn,
t-J t. .uuuis IU J LI .
The Oregon federation will be well
represented there, nnd in an Orecon
F. Robinson. Dr. E. A. Vanirhn. W n
Chamberlain, W. D. Hansford, Dr.
W. G. Cole. W. H. Jones. C. H. Car
ter, M. M. Wyrick, C. B. Wade, Colo
nel J. H. Raley, A. B. McEwen and
Thomas Kirk, of Athena, and George
W. Hewitt, of Helix, who have mem
berships in the Pendleton lodge, will
attend and also C. S. West, or La
Camas. Wash., who is the guest or Dr.
R .D. Wiswall.
ST. JOE STO
SPECIAL SALE TOM0I
SATURDAY, APRIL llh
Best Calico, to yds to each customer, per yd
Yard wide bleached muslin, io yds to each rnVi'-"
Nice Challies, to yds to eacn customer. t,pt,.a -Jl
Beautiful Lawns, io yds to each customer, per yd
nft to yds to each customer, per yj '"A
Misses and childrens hosiery, worth 15c pair, sale
Remember these prices are for this day only, gn d J
LYONS MERCANTILE CO
The Leaders in Pendleton
We know our bwmJ
if you want satisfietJ
call on us. WtmSi
pialty of fine siaitoj
mg, and yield to 3
skill in that lint j
made a reputation tJ
tain it. Esti'mn.,
and jobbing prompt
too. You'll find m1
our woik first diaJ
W. J. CLARKE & CO.,
5 rlt!?,'" --V iu dSSStS1 wouidTfhe
nicely since the oneration fnr
dicitis. and is now considered to be
out of danger.
Mrs. Cass Cannon nf Athene, ..1,:
her daughter. Miss Nettie Cannon, are
the guests of Mrs. Jane Woody, of
esi weoo street
women from every state in the Union
ana women are very good talkers.
me way. tne papers sav "The
The reorganized Wnniler hneehall
team will practice at the grounds to
morrow forenoon, the afternoon be
ing occupied by a matched game be-
ict;n me umauiia neas ana tne col
ored team. The mpmhare f lt'.
der team are as follows, but positions
have not yet been assigned: Clark
Nelson. Robert Cronin. Ed Dupuis,
isier uronin. i-Tea Hartman. Mos
cow f-roome. John Brj'son, Guy Bry-
son. H. Miller. Lee Drake. Mr
the fair Has anything been said or
written about the reierendum in re
gard to the fair annmnrlntlrtY. T:a
Ransome Lienallen. of Weston who I the women start that agitation or do
is at Walla Wblla. confined to his en se"iies disagree?
rnnm Tpltt. - ... I It Is nnecltila 1nn( r
- iijcis aay ine urane. .Mr.
women are already squabbling over Drake is captain. The team expects
the fair Hafi nnrfhlncr honn catj A. I tn nlni mntnhnt rmmn V. I
with teams from Pilot Rock, Weston
Adams and Athena.
Notice to Water Consumers.
ah water rents n
water works office
- WWHUUU kU J1IS
room with a severe case of the grip,
is improving slowly.
Mrs. Albert Storm of Tinlso fn
erly a resident of this nlaro Vibccoh
It is Possible that Mrs Woho..l
will visit Pendleton ROOT! nnrl nrlrlMre
the women of thp ritv nn th
"l oik no arrangements have
l-U muup so inr nc rhn wnmnn-.
uu n uiiicii r
!l W. M p,ih., ; .,sweI known Pendleton club
-u uuu ; . tl j uuum or xne 1 , .-w, ui otoimr :6 a wom.en, and tnev will dniihtloac Y,a
... w. .wv.v.kcu uiui c me waiter is T . w ajuhc. v-retrK, I ibll me CltV
turned on again. This means every- m the "rrisated district. The Thursday afternoon Cluh hs 1
one who is riellnnnont hot Miss Tu rv,.- ..u . . " "ern.n t-iutj had
1 - . WM -" I Mica, ui AliJCUa, IS IU
J, T. BROWN. ' the city today en route to Echo, where
uuiramicuucui naier orKs. tipecis to me on government
, mna in tne irrigated district
Arbor Day at Academy, Presiding Elder Gibson nf the Mns
Notice to Dog Owners.
Pendleton, nr. inHl
Notice ls herebv riven that H nf 11.
censes are now due and must be paid
or proceedings will be taken to col
lect me same.
J. A. BLAKLEY.
a very enjoyable session this week
i me nome or Mrs. Wamsley
memDers hnnrH n.itt.
pleasure of the good record Pendle-
iuu maoe with tha a m -c-.uii.ia i..
- - . t ...til U 1 L 111
comparison with other cities. That
so small a city should httVf npnt in
.. ... r 7 . voiuiut xumer uioson. or tne 3Ios-
Ml&oY?M. in the city en route
"m jesieraay oy tne , to Dayton from La Grande to look 80 sma" a city should have sent ir
tf..S,.l'Sfto.S question of a successor "o H16'.8- "K8 is indeed a dls
SSS whl it is the"Tn?enSon to " RDutcher f R . . PT " " be
or tne premises. , ,s fl tractlon J senVhere ill. Beed .for children's
by Eastern manufacturers for the I tZZiL Zl . .uMI?- T' C- TayIor m
season. His headquarters will be at , contributions of money or
: Xeagle Bros. 8eE for. this purpose. The order for
Charles Frazier wW C""". " 06 sent next week. It is
his nfii uoriVi. rr :.r' '"vement
" 1 1 1 1 1 m
The only fully ;
All other kinds of I
war from cotton to s
Office hourr, 7 taj
The great System Tonic.
The remedy that is so
popular because of its
real mrit. Now is the
time to take F. & S. Bit
ters and tone up your sys
tem. One bottle is ential
to a month's recreation.
TALLMAN & C2:
' Divorce Granted.
; A decree of divorce was granted to
, oa yby JPudge Ellis in the case of
jiury uoage vs. unanes Dodge.
! Licenced tn MJ-A
A marriage license was todav
ed to John F. Gulliford and Martha
1 ne woman's rMuh ..m v-u t.
. " w.hm nm UUIU 1IK
regular meeting TupcHu- t, na
i -.ou. ut. smith wll h nrMsni If
euooiuie. ana give nls nmmlooj
ju iuc ciud on women's Clubs and
re pons iivp Rtoi.- no nii wnii v...
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wrnniu UU at
uu 1. ui ill? liniimnraii ui
I The Jolly Dozen wish to annnnnre Mr. H.,stnn . X, -eT-
. . . I wU vhui LO a UIUL'ttHr! H K nrPV.
. i-e n0lQ,?B invitations, that the alent out in that neighborhood re-
next dance nf tht-lr sorlivc- .
given Monday evening, April 13.
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Nicely mowed Lawns are easily maintained. Take a look
Easy Running Lawn Mowers.
They are made on the correct principal. It's a pleasure to
operate them. Let us supply you with GARDEN HOSE.
Best goods at lowest prices.
Thompson Hardware Co.,
621 Mate Street
iykrythhq dt the hardware like
Headquarters for Fishing Supplies.
semnung a mild form of smallpox.
"uv wuicn in many cases can hardly
be distlneiilnhan' fm o.i .
It is not resulting fatally in any case.
Hurt hu Unn.
Henry Loremen nf rnM c..u
nearlr thrw mnnthe nnn t.B j t.i. .
and ankle badly jammed in a scuffle
with a fractlnns hnrcn Un .
. . iil aiiacui
ly recovered, after a long lameness,
but Is said to be now suffering worse
than ever before f mm tk. nrM..
Beef Cattle r-v
James 8 pence has returned from
a trin out on Duttor nnwv tt
porta the beef cattle in that nelgh-
- wv.m wu. A IHl
sales made have been for 4 cents
Per pound, and thniu nrhn hit.. n
yet aold except to realize that figure.
hare signed the application to tho
dumb union ior. reoranuaUon here
under the old charter.
We have just received some
01 tne handsomest Shoes
That we have ever shown.
It's to your interest to your
interest to see them before
you buy your next pair.
50c to $1.40
$2.00 to $4.00
In fact, all kinds
The Boston Store
tne moat areaded and deadly of all
diseases aa well a
all Lung Tronblea are relieved at
once and mnxi nv Aoko.'a vti..
Remedy "the king of all Conga Curei
Cures coturha and mM 1. . c
cents. Your money back If dlsaatlc-
Hooker a Co.. Buffalo, N. T. T. W.
W have Carpet
nanls. some of u"
enough for rooms,1
win close ouism
M. A. RADJ
MAIS AND WIBB '
UndertakJne J'nk b
Babbit Metal &