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NQT NEARLY SO BAD
Must be Sold
Fifty pieces of Wast
Goods at half price
in all the latest shades
S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner of Main and Alta
Castle's for fresh Ask.
id Sharp for paper hanging.
Try Tbe Delta's Iced drinks.
Delicious Ice cream, The Delta.
UJies half soies wc. reumcu.
Get your spring suits at Joerger's.
Haw jour Buoes repaireu ui
rt' cigar store, headquarters for
last received a new line of Jap
ett cats, ai uainiiueu s.
Forty different styles 01 extension
lies from 15 to $30. Rader's.
$' cigar store. Court street.
Work always n sight on the under-
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rawi aim n am rimwcitir ill tirfiLK K.
inn- lurn sni'ii ini Rfiufinnmp rnnma
r man ana wife, 725 Johnson street.
mod mis mesa rnr sn e. Mnin ntrenr
vuia i liimu siuck rancnes, iuu 10
Mils Street. IntltllrA MS Alio
looser always furnishes good
send In your order. Market
Ms to spend your watch dol-
- "ausc ii pays us to make
tr?ollar go a little farther than
e offering for a few days a
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JEWELER and OPTICIAN
Choice meats at Houser's.
Best f-hoe work at Teutsch's.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
Dining tables 5 and up. Rader's.
Fresh strawberries. Oliver & Co.
Store for rent, inquire of Chris
Delicious strawberries dally. Haw
Swift's Premium hams and bacon,
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
309 Court street.
Try the Palm, 221 Court street,
for nuts, candles and fruits.
Received daily, fresh tamales.
crabs and crawfish at Gratz's.
Fireworks, flags, firecrackers.
Wholesale? or retail. Nolf's.
Blacksmith shop in Pendleton for
sale. See Earnhart, Association
Chaso & Sanborn's delicious cot
fees, always fresh at C. Rohrman's,
One hundred and sixty acres. Half
rich bottom land. Good improve
ments. $1600. E. T. Wade.
For Sale The Delta candy store.
Doing a fine business. Owner in
poor health. E. T, Wade.
Miss Maude Wheeler will give a
class muHlcale at Therkelsen's music
house in about two weeks.
For Sale Piano, used four months.
Parties leaving town. A bargain.
Easy Terms. Call 412 Haley street.
David and William Minor yester
day afternoon hauled out to Middle
Cold Spring a combined harvester.
For sale or exchange for Portland
property, 40-acro tract of land ad
joining Cole's addition to Pendleton.
Address J. Frledenthnl, CftC Everett
street, Portland, Or.
Jesso Falling Is remodeling the
north side of his business house,
constructing a new room for the sew
ing machine department, and adding
thereto an entirely now front. I
GOOD WHEAT IN SOME
PARTS THIS COUNTY.
In Only One Locality Is the Failure
Pronounced A Large Portion of
the Acreage will Yield Thirty
Bushels Without More Rain.
N. T. Conklin, who travels exten
sively throughout the county, declares
that there is no "assured crop fall
ures" in the wheat belt or this coun
ty, speaking especially of the north
em and northeastern part of tho
county nt this time. Tho entire
wheat district needs rain, but tho
crop is not In any Immediate danger.
Directly west of Pendleton .tho out
look is less favorable. In fact, much
of the wheat is hardly worth cutting
for hay. The prospect on an average
Is dubious in tho southern and south
western portions of tho county, whore
the drouth has been moro severe
than elsewhere, beyound any doubt.
There are some good fields of grain
in those nortions nf tho mnntv .,.
they are scarce.
A railroad man who nwnu lnmi in
tho southern part of the county in-
luriiis Mr. uonxnn mat thero Is every
evidence that tho drouth Is more se
vere from Dayton to Walla Wall, thnn
from Walla Walla to Pendleton. Other
traveling men declaro that the drouth
Is worse nil the way from Walla
Walla to Spokane than from Walla
Good Prospects, After All,
J. H. King, of North Cold Snrlnir.
who was in tho city yesterday, avers
that winter wheat in that country will
yield 30 bushels per acre on an aver
age, even should thero be no moro
ram, provided there are no hot winds,
Plenty of rain from now on, well dls
triuuted, would make almost a full
crop. Mr. King has in 480 acres of
winter wheat, of which he predicts as
above. He also has In 45 acres of
barley, which ho believes will make
60 bushels per acre as against 65
bushels per acre for each of the past
STATE AERIE OF THE EAGLES.
Convention at The Dalles a Great
Success Judge Fltz Gerald to New
Thomas Fltz Gerald and J. T. Hln
klo were the representatives of the
local aerie In the state convention of
the Eagles .which met a few days ago
at The Dalles. From The Dalles Mr.
Htz Gerald went west on a visit. Mr,
Hlukle, who has returned, reports
that the order was royally entertain
ed by the people of The Dalles. Sat'
unlay night a banquet, one of the
finest ever sat down to, was spread in
their honor. All tho city and county
officials were honorary guests there
The convention, which was compos
ed of two delegates from each local
aerie, Indorsed Joseph Gribler, of As
toria, for state deputy. Tho recom
mendation goes to tbe national acrle
Judge Fltz Gerald, by virtue of his
position as a junior past president of
the Pendleton aerie, will be a delegate
to tlie national aerie in New York
next September. Mr. Hlnkle, who is
tlie present Junior president, will rep
icscnt the aerie In the national aerie
Invited to Silver Wedding.
Hov. .lohnathan Edwards has beer,
invited to go to Spokane to attend
on Friday next tlie silver wedding of
Ilev. T. W. Walters, who was his
classmate at theological seminary.
Mr. Walters succeeded Mr. Edwards
in tho pastorate of tho Pilgrim Con
gregational church at Spokane.
Orvlllo G. Edwards succeeds Miss
Beach as stenographer and type
writer In tho ofllcu of Halley & Lowell.
Delegates to Diocecean Convention.
The following have been chosen to
tlu Enlscoual church of
; this place in tho diocesan convention
i which will be held June 25, 26 and
27 in Trinity Chapel, Portland; J. I.
I Robinson, T. G. Halley, R. J. Slater.
Alternates, F. B. Clopton, J. T. Lam
1 birth, W. E. Garretson.
Woodmen of the World and Women of
Sunday last the two orders named
decorated the graves of Levi Hayes,
who In life was a member of Pendle
ton Camp No. 41, and of Mrs. Arthur
Gibson, who was u member of Daphne
Circle No. 2. Both are at rest in 01
The decorations of Mowers were pro
fuse and beautiful and the ceremony
accompanying the decoration was Im
pressive and profoundly respectful,
and strictly according to tho ritual.
Tho oration by Robert Cronln Is
complimented by all who hear It as
being eloquent, sensible and appropriate.
With Nut Dressing
b'ie!ld'?h,Ice Cream with nugat nuts mixed and blend-
. . ...tj uiai maKes it simply immense
'delirious' ""' '-S delicioils- Perhaps you have had the word
Cteao Ti sp,led 'r you somewhere by a bad disti of Ice
e!ish of ii n SUre and co,ne ,lere at once and recover the
BtIcenL omeandlearn where the Good Ice Cream, the
vream ever served, is ,to be had this season.
nns OrpruifQi Store
1 8tep8 from Main Stroot tnmiiPil tho nnnr-t. HnrjBfi
PENDLETON WON A SHUTOUT.
"Slats" Taylor Was Too Strong for
the Colfax Bunch,
Colfax, Wash., Juno . Pendleton
tightened her grip on tlie Inland Km
plro league pennant by shutting out
Colfax Sunday with a lieoro of 9 to
0. "Slats" Taylor redeemed himself
today by striking out flvo men and al
lowing but rive hits off his delivery.
The largest attendance of the season
saw the game. An excursion train
from Tekoa and points on tho Pleas
nut Vulloy branch brought 100, The
scoro by Innings:
Pendleton 01230110 19
Colfax 00000000 00
Batteries "Slats" Taylor and
Brown; Druhot and Mills.
Get Reserved Seats.
AH who have purchased seats for
tho commencement exercises of St.
Joseph's Academy at the opera house
tonight can get tho same reserved by
paying 10 cents extra at Frazler's
Hot Lake Bath Houses Finished.
Guests will please secure rooms In
advance. Rates; Board and room,
$10 to MB per weck- Baths. 1.G0 per
week. Tho new bath house is now
50 per cent
Discount on 105 pieces
of SmiMMeir Dress
Monday at the
"THE WISE BOY YIELDS J2225.
Hump Mine Cleans Up on a Seven
Manager W. E. Moore of tho Wlso
Boy mine came out from tlie Hump to
Grangovllle, Idaho, last week, bring
ing with him 160 ounces of gold bul
lion valubd at $2225, tho result or a
seven-day run on low grade oro, says
tlie Spokesman-Review. This was the
nrellmiiiiry cleanup preparatory to
tho season's run, which will commence
as soon as provisions can bo packed
in. Mr. Mooro mado the entire uis
tanco from tlie mlno on foot. He
says that tho roads are very soft
from tho melting snow, and the scar
city of supplies has necessitated tho
laying off of three-fourths of tho men
for at least six weeks. It is 'under
stood that all tho mines In the cainp
nre short of food supplies, and that
there is nothing for salo nt tho Hump
store. Men have been packing beef
and other supplies over from Concord
to the Wise Boy at u cost of 10 cents
a pound, until the supply ran out.
A Bad Runaway.
The turbine wheel that is to sup-
nly nower from tho Deschutes for op
erating the Steldl & Reed suwmlll,
met with an accident u few days ago
near the foot of Grizzly butto, six or
eight miles beyond Prlnevillo , says
the Bend Bulletin. Coming down the
mountain the freight team ran away,
one horso was killed and tho driver,
John Tweet, was hurt, tho wagon
smaehed to smithereens and the out
fit miscellaneously scattered along
the road for a quarter of a iniio. It
is supposed that tho turbine, liuving
fallen off at the beginning of tho
trouble, escaped Injury,
Its Fame is Spreading.
The Rigtiy-CIovo Company has re
ceived a letter from a big wheat
raiser in Oklahoma asking for Infor
mation about tbe combine and signi
fying some intention of Investing.
Boy Baby Born.
A son was born Sunday lust to Mr.
and Mrs. J, W. Chandler, of tho west
ern part of the city.
Opens September Second.
Tho fall term of St. Joseph's Acad
emy will open September 2,
To Whom It May Concern.
Union No, 599, of Pendleton, Ore.,
Juno 3d, 1903.
Wo, the undersigned commltteo,
duly appointed by this body, do hero
by declaro Mr. William Hlckey unjust
to organized labor. After signing an
agreement ns a contracting painter,
to do nud abide by tho request of this
body, on April 10th, or thereabout, ho
now goes contrary to whnt ho agrees,
and wn therefore declare him utifulr
In ull organized lubur, (Signed)
JAS, EN1UOHT, R. H.
A. U BAKER, Pres.
Cattle to the Sound.
J. C Ijnergnii lias bought iiud will
soon ship lo Seattle flvo cnrloads of
prime fat steers, purchased of Jacob
Brown and Hurry Whlttnker.
A Sale of Dusters
An immense line of Dusters)
Just received j
Turkey Dusters, 20c to 69o. i
Ostrich Dusters 35o to $2.45
Wool Dusters lOo to 90o.
All new and fresh goods
The Palmer line, 50c to $4.05
1 A L J
4 . rl r
Four new patterns of English
77 pieces for $11,95
The Nolf Store
$2.50 to $4.00
MADE TO FIT
They wear woll too
Judd Block . Court & Main Stu.