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DAILY EAST OKKGONIAJN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1807.
Have You Seen
7 n nn T5
The New Ladies' ana
That are funny and
All late and catchy
Sun., Tues. & Friday
Shows 2 to 5 p. m.
and 6:30 to 10 p. m
Admission - 10c
Children under 10 yrs. 5c.
Main st Next to Raders
"Its one long howling laugh"
Break up a
in Four Hours
Rexall Cold Tablets
Hi? Pendleton Drug Go.
"The Hark of Quality"
AFFORDS A SOFT. WHITE,
LIGHT AM) IS UNSURPASS
ED TO READ BY.
Call at office for particulars.
& Electric Co.
Of .fine Pianos and Sewing Ma
chine. I don't keep the kind
of pianos that I can aford to
discount $200 or $300, but all
NEW ones Just from factory,
and give full value for your
money. A nice discount for
For the next 30 days will
sell either Standard, Grand or
any of the latest Improved -drawer
automatic left; full
ball bearing White, for $10.00
cash. These are the only ma
chln nl the market that have all
the late Improvements; also
others for $20 and $25 drop
head fully warranted and better
than many so-called first-class
Main street near the bridge.
BRIEF RECORD OF
OBSERVED AS USUAL.
Tonight . the Odd Fellows and Re
lM'knh Will Give an Entertain
ment Voung People Have Skating
Fever Here as EUewliero Revi
val Meetings to Bo Held Next
Week Seeding of Wheat Is Com
plete Well Kntnvji Young Couple
A THANKSGIVING BALL AT
OPERA HALL TONIGHT
Seniors of Normal Give Reception
Lust Mght Well Known Man III
in Butte Hospital A Normal Stn
dent Is Quite III Fine Exhibit of
Iotaioea from Weston Mountains
Gmla Looks Fine.
Special sale of LOTS at SUN
SET BEACH, ORE., for short
time only. For Information,
call or address K. W. BOWER
or W. H. CLEMENT, at Golden
Helix. Nov. 28. thanksgiving is
being duly observed In Helix today.
Tonight the Odd Fellows and Re
bekahs will give an entertainment at
the Odd Fellows' hall, which prom
ises to be one of the events of the
season. A literary and musical pro
gram will be carried out, refresh
ments will be served and a general
pleasant evening is expected.
Skating Craws lu Helix.
A number of the young people of
Helix are learning to skate. Many
of them have secured skates, and it
Is reported that P. D. Mann, who
runs the Athena rink, is arranging
to come over here to operate a rink
also. Some efforts will be made to
have a better floor than there is at
the present time.
Miss Laura Grlswold visited rela
tives in the Two Rivers country the
first of the week.
The members of the Maccabee
lodge held a fair recently, which
proved a great success.
A series of revival meetings will be
held at the Baptist church here next
week, which will be under the direc
tion of Rev. Owens.
The seeding of wheat Is about
complete In this section of the
county, and with the fine rains that
have fallen the outlook was .never
better for fall-sown wheat than It Is
at this aime. Considerable of the
wheat that was raised here during
the past season Is going out at this
time, ereat carloads going over me
Northern Pacific daily. Most of this
was sold at good prices earlier in the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight have
gone to the sound, where they will
visit for a few weeys.
The marriage of Miss Ellen Peter
son of this place, and Frank Rayme,
who lives a few miles from here, took
place Wednesday in Pendleton, The
couple have many friends In this vi
cinity and they expect to make their
home near Helix.
A number of cases of tonsllitis have
been prevalent about here of late.
The Primitive Violin.
Tn tt9 nrimltlve form the violin was
i direct development of the lyre and
monochord-the strings rrom me ior
mer and the elongated box, with Its
sound holes, finger board and movable
bridge, from the latter. The history
of the violin began with the Invention
of the bow some time before the thir
teenth century, when the voile, or vielle,
used by the troubadours, made Its ap
pearance. This Instrument underwent
many changes until the middle of the
sixteenth century, when the true violin
model appeared. The primitive violin
had little or no contour. It was not
until the thirteenth century that the
vielle was scooped out at the waist
The corner blocks were added In the
fifteenth century and are attributed
to Germany. For nearly a century
the sound holes were shifted all over
the instrument before they were cut
In their proper place and the bridge
fixed between them.-Clrclo Magazine.
Two f Kind.
A revival meeting was In progress,
and Sister Jones was called upon for
testimony. Being meek and humble,
she .said: "I do not feel as though I
should stand here and give testimony.
I have been a transgressor for a good
many years and have only recently
seen the light I believe that my place
Is in a dark corner, behind the door."
Brother Smith was next' called upon
for bis testimony and, following me
PTAmnle set by Sister Jones, said: "I,
too, have been a sinner for more than
forty years, and I do not think it wouia
ho flttinff for me to stand before this
assembly as a model. I think my place
is behind the door, in a dark corner,
with Bister Jones." And he wondered
why the meeting was convulsed with
the laughter of those who came to
Don't Whisk Your Hat
Never use a whisk broom to clean a
ht either stiff or soft particularly
a soft hat as It gradually removes the
. . .. . a. rru
fine surface onginauy on me nab
wnrat effect however. Is the wearln'g
away of the band and binding by such
mn-h usaze. The effect is more
miirklv shown on the best grades of
bands and binding. A fine balr brush,
one of curved shape, made esieclaly
to ne under the curl of the hat. Is
good. Best of all, however, is a thick
piece of woolen cloth. Such peces are
now made In the form of pads, with
a Hiran across the back, so that they
can be held securely In the hand.
Weston, Nov. 28. The usual
Thanksgiving festivities are being
held here. Tonight a dance will be
given at the opera house under the
management of some of the leading
young men of Weston and Athena.
The seniors of the Normal gave an
elaborate reception at the assembly
hall last night.
Alonzo Carlisle, a former resident
of Weston, Is reported as being quite
seriously 111 In the hospital In Butte,
Bonnie Lee, -one of the Normal
students, Is quite ill at the home of
J. N. Bassett, where he has been
Louis Reynolds has been quite se
riously ill for a few days past.
James Powers has some fine pota
toes on exhibition from his mountain
rnnch, two of which weighed 7
pounds, and a few of them went as
hlch as eight pounds. Some of the
fields In this vicinity have yielded as
high as three hundred bushels to the
Agent Walters Is spending Thanks
giving with relatives in Fairfield,
Fall sown grain looks fine since
the late rains.
Something for the Men and Boys
Hats Given Away This Week
Every day this week except Thanksgiving Day
we will give Free a Good Hat with each Suit
A $5.00 SUIT WILL DRAW A HAT WORTH $1.00.
A $10.00 SUIT WILL GET A HAT WORTH $2.00.
ALL $15.00, $20.00 AND $25.00 SUITS GET $3.60, $3.00 AND $3.50 IIATS.
Something for the Ladies and Misses
Hats Given Away This Week
ANY LADY WHO BUYS A TAILORED SUIT, COAT, OR WAIST
AND SKIRT TOGETHER WORTH $10.00 OR MORE, WILL GET AB
SOLUTELY FREE A NEW FALL HAT WORTH Jl THE VALUE OF '
THE SUIT, COAT OR OUTFIT SHE BUYS.
BUY A $20.00 SUIT O ROUTFIT AND GET A $5.00 HAT.
BUY A $15.00 SUIT OR OUTFIT AND GET A $3.75 HAT.
GIRLS' COATS GET HATS OR CAPS FREE TOO.
EVERY COAT WILL HAVE FREE WITH IT A n.VT WORTH M
THE VALVE Or THE COAT.
Dancing Proves Fatal.
Many men and women catch colds
at dances which terminate in pneu
monia and consumption. After ex-
posure. If FOlcy s Money unu ia
taken it will break up a cold ana na
serious results need be feared. Re
fuse any but the genuine In a yellow
package. Pendleton Drug Co,
It appears that the government
dumped more money Into Wall street
last month than It "removed dirt in
llinnkjvlvinc Is Being Observed
This Section of County.
Milton, Nov. 28. The three year
old child of Fred McElrath met. with
a painful accident Wednesday after
noon. The little fellow was playing
with hla father when he backed In
to a tub of boiling water, which was
near bv. The child was rescued by
the father after being horribly burn
ed on the back and shoulders. The
burns will not be serious, however.
Thanksgiving Is being, observed In
the usual way. Tonight the students
of Columbia college will give an en
tertainment at the opera house.
Recorder Craig has been spending a
few days with relatives at Ellensburg.
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Cured of Blight's Disease.
Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N.
V.. writes: "Before I started to use
Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up
from twelve to twenty times a night,
and I was all bloated up with dropsy
and my eyesight was so Impaired I
could scarcely see one of my family
across the room. I had given ud hope
of living, when a friend recommend
ed Foley's Kidney Cure, One 60 cent
bottle worked wonders and before I
had taken the third bottle the dropsy
had gone, as well as an otther symp-
ms of Brlght's disease." Pendleton
Charles A. Uhlrich, who died Rat
rAv nt RAiittle. was a lineal de-
fnndant of Eberhard, who ruled
Wurtenburg 600 years ago.
Read th East Oregonlan.
Not Oil Lamp But Electric Burner.
The lamo which caused an alarm
of fire to be turned In from the Ogg
saloon yesterday morning was an
electric burner Instead of an oil
lamn as reported yesterday. Upon
leaving the' saloon the night before
the bartender had left the light
burning and flaming up It filled the
place with smoke, thereby causing
the alarm to be turned In.
Addison C. Gumbert. old time base
ball player, may be the first mayor
or ureater fittsourg. uumoert re
tired from baseball 10 years ago.
WHAT IS WRONG?
Poor coliee has to be
sold in bulk, jit isn't worth
Tear iroetr ntarei yoir Booty If yes sosl
Ek SchlUlai ' But: wt par bin
T 16,000 tons, fine, large, sw
unusually steady. I
nTiic n n I p f I
16,000 tons, fine, large, unusually
February A to April 17, 1908.
Seventy days, costing about Itoo.uo
and up. Including .shore excursions.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Maderla, Ca
diz, Seville, Algiers, Malta, 19 days In
Egypt uul tho Holy Land., Constantl
nonle. Athens. Rome, the Riviera, etc.
TOURS ROUND THE WORLD.
40 TOURS TO EUROPE
most comprehensive and attractive
ever offered. F. C. CLARK, Times
Bldg., New York.
ly good for
Gas or Gas
Paint it on.
drttt In 10 mtn-atcSm
If your dealer hasn't It, W. J. Clark
ft Co. have.
Alwasy call for City Brewery
Beer the home product; $100
that says It Is pure.
' SCHULTZ ft STRICKLER,
Many People in Pendleton Arc A.sk-
Ing That Question of Late.
Within the last few weeks, more
Deoole than usual have complained of
frequent sneezing fits, tickling In the
throat, stoppage In the nose, spasms
of coughing, rising of mucous drop
pings In the throat and offensive
breath, and have asked themselves
what is the matter.
The trouble Is that they are af
fected with catarrh and unless im
mediate steps are taken to remedy
their condition, the disease will In
crease and spread through the deli
cate mucous membrane that lines
the air passages, and a chronic and
serious stage of the dlsoase will re
sult. At the first symptoms of catarrh,
Hyomel should be used. There Is no
other treatment like it or Just as
good; none that can take Its place
and cure so surely, so quickly and at
so little cost. It Is a scientific medi
cated air treatment that docs not
drug or derange the stomach, but is
breathed In, directly destroying all
disease germs that may lurk In the
nose, throat and lungs and soothing
and healing the Irritated mucous
Tallman & Co., the local agents for
Hyomel, have so much confidence In
the merits of the remedy that they
offer If nn frfril to anv trktaria inf.
fer with the agreement to refund the '
purcnase price or ji for the complete
outfit to anyone who Is not satisfied
with the results. You certainly can
afford to test Hyomel with an offer
like thin. Get It now and be cured of
vwrr-m to BTnrtfHnr.nKRS no-
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tice is nereoy given mai mere wm
Via on annual meetinr or me siock
hnMon nf tho V.nut Oreconlan Pub
lishlng company on Wednesday, De
cember 4th, 1907, at 4 o'clock p. m
at ih nffina nf aAM comDanv In Pen
dleton, Oregon, ror me purpuue i
oioxHnir nfftpem for th ensuing year
C. S. Jackson, president; F. W. Lamp-
Of Farmers and their Families, of
Business and Professional Men of
Clerks and Bookkeepers of Mechanics and Labors
of Teachers and Working Girls of Married and
Single Women of Young People of Children & of
Assets nearly 2 millions,
THE conviction that newspaper
advertising is the best and
cheapest way to the pocketbooks
of buyers continues to grow .'. .'.
Something for the small investor.
First, do you want to save money?
We can show you where an investment of 17.00 .per month
will make you a total of $1000.00 in about 96 months. Ask to
see our plan. ,
FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO.
1 12 E. Court St., Pendleton. Ore.
Byers' Best Flour
' It mad from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread Is assur
ed when BTER8 BBST FLOUR Is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Relied
Barley always on hand.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. B. BYERS, Proprietor.
Coal Coal Coal
We have a large stock of
Phone us your orders
Phone Main 92 700 W. Alta St.
Potlatch Lumber Co.
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