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Brand New Line
The best fitting, the most convenient and the most satis
factory sktrt on the market. It fits the waist and hips per
fectly. It has wide, circular flounce, designed especially for
the latest styles of dress skirts. It is seven gore, tailor maSe
fitted top skirt, made up in the latest and most popular de
signs. Four fasteners on each side, making it adjustable to
any size waist from 20 to 30 inches. Is made from the best
materials and by the most experienced operators. See window
display. Price from $2.00 to $400.
DON'T FORGET THE FREE SATURDAY EVE. CONCERTS
TEUTSCH'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
S T'T!I)AV. 11, 1903
April 12 Knights Templar
tnamiery, Maker City.
April 13 Eastern Oregon Presby-1 women's Clubs, Astoria.
June 5. 0 Wool snips Thn nnii,
June 9, 10 and June 2G, 27 Wool
meo, onaniKO .
June 14, 24 Seventh Day Adventlst
June io, it, wool sales, Baker
June 17 Oregon Pioneer Associa
June 18, 19 Wool snips v.Mn
June 23, 24, 25 State Federation of
tery, Union, Or.
April 10 K, of P. convention at
April 1C, 17, IS Inland Empire
Teachers' Association, Walla Walla.
April 17 Celebration founding of'
the Women of Woodcraft, Pendleton
April 20 School district bond elec
.May 3 Second annual meeting of
the Oregon State Federation of Labor
at La Grande.
-May 4 State supreme court at Pen
May 0 State camp Modern Wood
men. The Dalles.
May 8 Interstate scholastic debate
at Walla Walla.
May S-17 Pacific Coast Congress
of Congregatlonallsts, Seattle.
May 201. O. O. F. grand lodge,
May 20, June 3 Presbyterian gen
eral assembly, Los Angeles, Cal.
May 28, 29 and June 12, 13 Wool
June 1 Circuit court.
June 2, 3 and June 23, 24 Wool
June 4 Presbyterian Academy
June 4, 5, C Ninth annual Umatilla
County Pioneer reunion at Weston.
A new novelty that is
greatly admired by all
lovers of the popular
game. Hat pins.ster
mg silver, in caddy
ag Artistic and
Keep your eyes on our
window for all the
PROGRESSIVE J EWELER
July 2 Eastern Oregon G. A. R. en.
July 6-10 Forty-second annual
meeting National Educational Asso
ciation, Boston, Mass.
July 7 Improved Order of Bedmen
great council. Portland.
August 17 National G. A. R. en
campment, San Francisco.
September 8-11 National Irrigation
congress, Ogden, Utah.
Good Outlook for Baseball.
J. H. O'Neill yesterday stated that
me miiiooi; lor baseball is very prom
ising, even now. R. Burns is at Col
fax today, arranging details for the
organization of a team there and con
sulting with them about the terms
they will be willing to enter a league
on. The Pendleton people Interested
now expect that Pendleton will have
a team and get into the combination
which Is forming.
Loss Is Settled.
Nick Taltenirer who h ml H OtWI
bushels of insured wheat stored at
Cayuse In the Kerr-Glfford ware
house, yesterday arrived at a satis
factory settlement of his loss, which
was estimated at the market value
of the grain at the time of the fire.
Street poll tax of the city of Pen
dleton is now delinquent. Prompt
payment must be made or collection
will be enforced according to law.
J. A. BLAKJJ3Y,
Methodists to Build.
The Methodist people of this city
expect to build a new church on the
site they purchased a few days ago,
but will not be able to carry out the
proposition this year. They will erect
a building which will cost from $12,
000 to $15,000.
I tup di irrr m m
m 1 r i c runt kv
Even children drink Grain-0
because they like It and the doc
tors say it is good for them. Why
not ? It contains all of tho nourish
ment of the pure grain and none
of the poisons of coffee,
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At grocers everywhere ; 15c. and 25c, per package.
Choice meats at Houaer'i.
Try Qratx'g clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Qratz's.
Be3t thoo work at Teutsch's.
House to rent, S. E. T. Wade.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman'r.
Drop Into Clark & Co.'s tor a social
Spring samples, largo lino, at Joer-
Havfc your shnns ronnlrpil at
Clark & Co.'s new rlenr store for
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
309 Court street.
Hays' cigar store, headouartera for
Smoke "The Pendleton Favorite."
made by J. Devlin.
All kinds of ImtinrtPil mid ilnrmwtlr.
lunches at Gratz's.
Clark & Co.'s new cigar store now
open. Ell building.
Good housekeenhii? rooms for rent.
407 West Alta street.
Have you had your shoes renalred
at Teutsch? Try him.
new seven-room house for snlo
at cost. N. T. Conklin.
Forshaw. tho llorlst. Is now aimnlln 1
with cut flowers for Easter.
Fresh stock of candles and fruits
at Miller's, 209 Court street.
A house for sale on Installments,
sis per month. N. T. Conklin,
imported Ilmburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
"El SIdolo," the best cigar made, a
iieos- cigar store, court street.
A paying business for sale, small
capital required. N. T. Conklin.
New stationery, "two-toned" llneii
very popular in tho East. Nolf's.
Lot for sale: great bargain: Raloy's
auuition. inquire at 403 Alta street.
The Oregon Daily Journal can ho
found on sale at Frazler's book store.
Children's Easter hats at Mrs
Campbell's. See our special window
Our new spring patterns for suits
are for Inspection. Seibert & Sclnil?.
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
309 W. Court street. 'Phone and bath,
Blacksmith shop in Pendleton for
sale. See Earnhnrt, Association
Mrs. Campbell has received her
third invoice of beautiful dress and
Wanted Two or three dozen chick
ens; Plymouth Rocks preferred. Ad
dress Box 124.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
Houser always furnishes good
meat. Send in your order. Market
Alta street, opposite Savings Hank.
Neagle Bros, are engaged in over
hauling the machinery of tho woolen
mills during tho shut-down for the
For Sale A ladles' Hartford bicy
cle. Has been used only a short
time. Price $23. Call at E. O. oillce
and so It.
Wanted A good cook at the Uma
tilla Indian school, to cook for nine
persons. Wages $25 per montn. Ap
ply at once .
Local sportsmen are Intel ested In
the forthcoming target tournament at
San Francisco, which begins May 22
and contiues three days.
Stallion for sale; four years old;
weight about HJ00. Shire, solid brown
color. Price reasonable. Address J,
T. Lleuallen, Adams, Ore. I
The Jolly Dozen wish to announce
to those holding invitations, that tho
next danco of their series will bo
given Monday evening, April 13.
For Rent Suite of rooms in East
Oregonlon building. Steam heated,
Hot and cold water and bath room on
same floor. Inquire at this ofllce.
The McKay Creek farmer named
Kamerth, who lately sold out his
larm for $4,000, tepented and nftor
ward repurchased the place, paying
John S. Wheeler, who lives three
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
EASTER AND CONFIRMATION
Suits for Boys
Wo have the BEST LOOKING and tho BEST WEAR
ING Clothing for Boys we have ever offered. They come
in all the Bhapes and oolor combinations in BLOUSE SUITS,
VESTEE SUITS, DOUBLE BREASTED NORFOLK, ROUND
or SQUARE OUT LONG PANTS SUITS. Wo gnarantee to
Bave yon money, with an additional saving of
10 Per Cent off FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Hoys Blouse Pulta, age sjjf to 10 yrs, $3.00 to $.
Jloys 3-pleoo Vestee Suits, 3 to 1) vrs, 2."0 to $5.
H ya 2-pleee Suits, age :i to 15 yrs. fOo to 5
Hoy S-plcco Klieo Pants Hulls, hi ft In III vra. t.1 In i
lloys Jl-plt-co Long Pmits Hults, ago n to .'0 yrs, f I to flfl
A FEW OF THE APRIL
ti and 1.25 kind for
T. 1. W. Special, per pair,
Peerless, per pair,
Majestic, per pair,
In all the New Shades and
Black. Sizes 5;' to 8,
Inst received another lot by
express. Can tit a large wol
man or a small one in cithcij
the Silk, Wool or Wash Kind-
Have two extra help in the
fitting room so can get
ready for Sunday.
An immense assortment
of Ribbons just received
by express. All the popu
lar kinds in all colors and
Laces in every conceiv
able design and material,
lc per yard to $1.00 per
Handkerchiefs new and
Royal Woicester Corsots
in white, black, blue, pink
and drab, 50c to $3 each.
Another lot of beautiful
new Collars, with slocks
and without. Tho turn
over kind, the ribbon ef
fect, the laco kind, in fact
all the newest and hand
somest creations of this
spring. Not one old one,
and a lot of
THE QRIBBON KIND
Have today unpacked
and placed on our shelves
50 pieces of these colobrat-:
cd makes, whose Pendleton
agents wo are.
(5c to $2.50 per yd.
65c to $8.00 per dot.
invito your inspec-
Annual Parish Meeting.
On Easter Monday the annual par
ish meeting of tho parish of tho
Church or the Redeemer will ho held
at the church beginning nt 7:30 In tho
evonlng. Immediately after Its ad
journment, a reception will ho given
the members of the last confirmation
class at the parish house, to which all
friends arc cordially Invited,
Jacks for Sale.
I have for sale at tho East Oregon
stock farm, 12 miles north of Hepp
ner, two line largo Jacks, tho pick of
six head. Anyono wanting u Jack
siiouiu can or address n. v. Swaggart
Arriving Daily At
The Nolf Stoe
Fine Line Grepe 'and Tissue
Paper All colors and shades.
Fine figured crepe paper, for
shelves, lamp shades, Etc.
California OHvp nn ffissofSSffifi
MM from u,,, P , ' Olive Oil. We get thin
lw. You II.J5,?'' Southern California. This Oil Is absolutely
u very ne.,t ii t , ,nls to.your own .satbfact on f you will notice
linilf.Xr-l'll'e olive 1 avor It ta (net au tho rOliroa fin Tt la
IhM tn adulter?1 Vteit tM ,lavor and H ' nt 'oun1 1" ay " w"lch
an4 other'aluiior . , 0 an-v 00u8,der,il,le extent, because cottonseed oil
".adulterants are i)ra,.Hon., '
75c P,NT OR $.2S FULL QUART BOTTLES
0flardVe01lvt! 011 for every kind of frying or wlnrever you use butter
fj'y ue, LWfi"0 ',ou. contider Olive Oil too expensive for or
plmUV,. Ul uw ot, as h quart of olils euual to about two pounds
Ul i. .
v enuw yuil
i our oil.
esSPEN'S DRUG STORE
r rrom Main TV,-, .A ,
barn und also move his residence
several rods to a more suitable site.
and build thereto an addition.
The funeral of Itov, U'lten will
take place at Dayton next Monday
afternoon arid tho Interment will bo
made at Dayton. Sirs. O. W. Hlgby
will attend from this city, and per
haps Rev. Warner and Mrs, H. 1. Oli
ver. C. E. Carter a few days ago sold to
It. E. Tarbet for fiS0, lots 2, a. i and
T In block 178, of the luservatlou ad
dition. Air. Tarbet yesterday sold to
U O, Sheek for 250, lot 2 and tho
north half of lot 3, receiving there
Frank Ilarber died 'of rheuniutisi'i
of the heart at Cold Springs yester
day, at the ago of 30 years. He wn.i,
a visitor at Cold Springs, coming
there but a fow weeks ago from Hills-
boro, Or., to which place his body will
be shipped tonight.
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a full new
stock of those celebrated
Tho local carpenters" nulun met
last night and elected delegates as
follows: To I.a Grande to tho stato
federation, Cal Winslow and Ed Wis
dom, To the council in Pendleton to
night for tho orgaulxatlon of a car.
tiul council of all the unions, Hutler,
George Hamblln and W. G. Hoddor.
This is the shoe we had last fall
and sold out every pair before
we could get more of them, Ve
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
Wiser Whole Families Are Shod
GARDEN SEEDS-Greater de
mand than ever. Fine Oregon
renow uanver Union bets, iac
per pound. All 5c Vegetable and
Flower Seeds, here for 2'jC.
CROQUET An nxtra fine line
now on sale. Hardwood and well
shaped balls and mallets, 95c to
?3 45 a set.
One that you will
thoroughly enjoy, is
always served by us
All the good things
in season at the
tags, string tags, shipping
tags, pin tickets, rubber bands,
about twenty different brands of
inks, mucilages, Etc.
The Nolf Store
Telephone Mttlu 4
The Little Darlings
Now that gentle Spring is with us, Mothers, you can
take your children out in the opt n air and let them enjoy the
sunshine. ' '
Wu want to have the pleasure of sliowing you the swell
est lino of ,
BABY CABS AND GO-CARTS
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next door to Postofllce,