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Winier na liiucu
In This Shop
n.nhineoutof odd lots or cleaning up of broken lines.
Nm0r2ne with It's Spring now) and the store is fortified
TliatS Section with the newest and best. Every dollar you
ilievfLrr vou are receiving an honest return. We mention
spend nerc j jn an(J gee ,he balance.
onE line omy
Ladies' Fine Shirt Waists, 50c to $4
'! r ,-.ne and Summer Wear. The yery latest materials,
! Sgns" nd patterns. Going l.ke hot cakes.
We are sole agents for Thompson's "Glove
Fitting" Corsets. Give us your order.
S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
SCOTS ARE SCALPED
WIN SECOND OF SERIES.
Another 14.lnr.lng Game on Walla
Walla Diamond Pendleton Make
Four Tallies In Last Inning.
Pendleton 5, Walla Walla 1,
Coltax 6. Dayton 5
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Pl'yil Won Let
URDAYrMAY 9, 1903.
Choice meats at Houscr's.
ite Sbarp for paper hanging.
Best skoe work at Tcutsch'B.
peliclous Ice cream, Tho Delta,
pecan Sundae, Schmidt's pharmacy.
Get your spring suits at Joerger's.
Fresh vegetables dally. Hawley
Haw your shoes repaired at
Siratosa chips, fresh each day at
Sice famished rooms to rent at
J!) Court street.
All kinds of lmnorted and domestic
tocles at Gratz's.
Hare' dnr store, headauarters for
I ixolers' supplies.
Fresh salmon received dullv at Cas-
I tlt'i fish market.
Soaethlnir netf. eei nnnilles. lOn n
I package. Hawley Bros.
I The swellcst and latest Chicago
Case hats. Campbell's.
k always In sight on the Under
tood typewriter. J, S. Kees, agent.
TfMte House," "Homo Queen" and
'Ererrdar" rank l
I Mi. '
between the lasting
qualities of good
great. We will
sell you good goods
at cheap figures
while you pav u big
P"ce for trie cheap
goods to some one
: lse. Yours for
j god goods,
JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Try Tho Delta's Iced drinks.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman'g.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Ladles' halt soles 40c. Teutsch.
Ice cream and soda. Tho Delta.
W. D. Fechter, teacher of the violin.
Fish and poultry, Lyman's 310
Try the Palm, 221 Court street,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
Imported limburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
"EI Sldelo," the best cigar made, at
rices' cigar store. Court street.
See tho Underwood, high-grade vis
ible typewriter. J. S. Kees, agent.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raley's
addition. Inquire at 403 Alta street.
Good girl for general housework
wanted. Enquire at Owl Tea House.
Our new spring patterns for suits
are for inspection. Selbert & Schulz.
Hanlon's cigar store, headquarters
for smokers' supplies, Association
Blacksmith shop In Pendleton for
sale. See Earnhart, Association
Mrs. P. J. McBroom is very HI with
the grip at her home on West Webb
Buy two lots In Cole's addition, I
will guarantee $50 profit In six
months. E. T. Wade.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
One hundred and sixty acres. Half
rich bottom laud. Good Improve
ments. $1000. E. T. Wade.
For Heut Suite of rooms, nicely
furnished, one block and a half west
of Main street. Inquire 208 Alta.
Houser always furnishes good
meat. Send In your order. Market
Alta street, opposite Savings Bank.
Straw h'lts, golf shirts, summer un
derwear, large assortment to select
from. Prices reasonable. Baer &
One hundred and sixty acres wheat
land, summer fallowed, 1 nillo north.
Water. As good as any man's land.
Price $4000. II. T. Wade.
A new house with good lot, In good
location, for $G00; $50 in cash, the
balance $10 per month, Itlhorn & i
Nine hundred and twenty acres In
Camas Prairie. Plenty of hay, wood,
water and grass. An Ideal stock
ranch for $5500. JS. T. Wade.
Eight hundred acres, 75 in rye, 400
could be cultivated. Lots of water
and timber. House and barn. A
Camas Prairie stock ranch. $5000. E.
Wanted District special represen
tatives for the Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York. Have an ex
cellent opening for two or three men
In Umatilla county, and to these
every assistance will bo given to en
able them to succeed. Call or address
F. L. Hammond, district manager,
Pendleton's pets landed on the Scots
yesterday to the tune of 5 to 1, but
it took the Indians 14 innings again
to accomplish it, says the Union. For
two days running Walla Walla fans
haye been treated to baseball par ex
cellence. Twice has Pendleton won,
but each timo tho scorer had to double
up nve innings to make it a game.
Both were great games, and, while
Walla Walla did not have tho satisfac
tion of winning either, tho Scots made
tho young men from the reservation
lino Know they had had a tussle be
fore It was over.
Tho first eight Innings of the game
did not develop much enthusiasm. It
was artistic baseball as she should be
played, but there was nothing of a
very sensational nature, in the sec
ond a nice double play from Dean to
Fisher to Buchet retired Brown and
Rlinkhammer from further participa
tion that inning. In the third Hogan
made a fine catch of a long fly from
Dunn's bat, but Brown hit safo nnd
brought In Wiilklns.
In the firth Buchet dlstlngmsned
himself by a fine catch of a hard
drive. Wflien Walla Walla came to
the bat things looked mighty good.
Hogan hit safe, Buchet flew out and
Dean got his base on balls, hut Brad
ley did not smash the sphere hard
enough and there was "nothln' doing."
In the ninth Dunn was In good
shape to get to third base, hut he was
too slow and the Scots got htm be
tween the firing lines. Ho dodged
and ducked, inn backwards and for
wards, and finally Berry ran him
down. Then Hogan caught another
long fly and retired the side. The
score was still 1 to 1.
Pendleton gave promise of scoring
a run In the. 12th inning, but "Slats"
Taylor was not quite fast enough on
his feet and he was caught within a
foot of the home plate, Just In time
to retire the side.
Daviscourt went out on a fly to Ber
ry. Walla Walla got no more runs
and It was all over.
Walla Walla AH R H I'O A E
Bradley, i f 5 1 0 3 1 0
Bruyette, 31 0 2 1 5 0
Edwards, c C (l o 11 1 1
Irby, If (i n 0 3 0 0
Hogan. cf 5 0 1 3 0 0
Fisher, 2l fi 0 0 3 5 0
Buchet, 11 5 0 0 15 0 0
Dean, ss 3 0 0 1 3 2
Berry, p 5 0 1 2 5 0
Totals 52 5 10 42 13 4
Daviscourt, lb .
Dunn, 3I fi
Brown, ss 4
Kllnkliammer, p ... fi 1 1 0 2 0
Taylor, If 5 1 0 0 0 0
Collyer, if fi 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 52 5 10 42 4
Score by Innings.
Pen'n U 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45
W, W. 1 (1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (I II 0 01
IT PATS TO TRADE AT
Commencing Monday at 9
o'clock we will offer the
Balance of the EBEN
STOCK; Skirts, Waists,
and Underwear at
AB It II PO A E
7 0 3 2 4 0
5 1 (I 13 2 1
7 0 3 8 0 0
0 0 14 1 1
(112 12 0
114 2 2
LOG CABIN SODA
,'"openll!?Vriil: KoePP5n's Log Cabin Soda Fountain is
and ready t0 serve you with delicious
Soda and Ice Cream Soda
l!" " m rlti,iVrite drinks and many new ones. Among
"'tt and M. oks are Chocolate Cream Puff, Tropical
lbtsuaCentdH - '.S.our best 5 cent drink and we believe it is
5Wn'drmk.n the city.
faiy w DRUG STORE
L - rt0O Main St.. TxnrA , rw4 Hnftttt
Assessment of City Complete.
Assessor Strain has completed the
assessment on the city pioperty and
has the Kills leady fur Inspection by
tho public. Ho desires that all people
having assessable property In the city
would call nt his oliice in the court-
lw.nct, n.irl tncnrift thn flKKPKKment. IlV
doing so they will save the county I
some expense and will at tho same
time confer a favor upon tho assessor. ,
re I nr. tn Walla Walla.
The O. R. & N. train leaves Pendle
ton at 8:15 a. in. for the baseball
same nt Walla Walla on Sunday. Re
turning, It leaves Walla Walla at 7
p, m. Round trip $1.
Medal Shoot Tomorrow.
Thu Pendleton Sportsmen's Associ
ation will hold the regular monthly
medal shoot at the ranges south of
town, at 10 o'clock tomorrow. There
will be guns and ammunition on the
ground, and a large attendance is ex
pected. To Walla Walla and Return $1.
The excursion to Walla Walla to
tako In the baseball game there,
leaves Pendleton at 8:15 a. m., re
turning same evening. Round trip $1.
Rev Robert Warner will preach the
memorial sermon on Sunday, May 24,
at the M. E. church In this city.
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
The O It & N tral" 'eaves tomor
row at 8:15 a. ni, for Walla Walla,
Round trip $1.
Wanted Woman to do general
housework. Inquire C12 Thompson
Many desirable things are
still left in this stock, but
of course, with prices cot
in half they won't last long
Better Come Early
Notice to Builders.
Sealed bids will bo received at the
office of T. F. Howard, architect,
room seventeen Judd block, up to
three o'clock p. in., of May 10th, 1903,
for the erection ami completion of a
two-story brick building, according
to plans prepared for the samo by T.
F. Howard, architect. Stone founda
tion and cement work reserved. Tho
right Is reserved to reject any and all
bids lor tho work.
May 0th, 1903.
Bartenders Take Notice.
All bartenders who signed the
union agreement will please meet for
organization at Painter's hall. In the
Despaln block, Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
By order of J. H. DOTY,
Secretary Pro Tom.
The Nolf Store
Auullier targe hlpinentof Lauy carrlei and
to curl) I
A Short Empire
Contllla, Lace and
$! value for 49c
Tulephouu Miilu 4
JS.i 45 to $19.
Wo tell rullublo line thai' ill give joci .
'the tale continue! Trout bmkett '"! lu IWi
K,y llookl Ho lo ll.n uoz. uiaen lu iu ;oa.
Split bumtioo poloi, four Jolntu, 'I'm iu Ji.'.i.V
The Nolf Stof e
Tablets, Pencils and Inks.
l havo a larger and hotter
Hal of Farina, Stock Ranches
and City Property to Hell
than evor before. Also a big
lot of land in iho coming
wheat section of Eastern
AlAPLE BROS, Agents
Price 35 1
Ivtual to any $100 Machine
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