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EICIVV IWUKH. Hotel St. George GEORGE DAltVEAC, Proprietor. BRIEF RECORD OF Fu)l-Blocded White Leghorn Roosters FOR SALE lYom the famous PFTTALVMA, CALIP, STOCK. Price very reasonable. ANTON NOLTE PENDM57rO, ORFOOX. "THE OREGON" MORRIS B. STREETER., Lesse Manager. PHONE MAIN 110 COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence MORRIE Blanche I, 1 S OF tTREETER URYAN alUUU IU. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Grand new years 1 TAGE SIX, TES Nil European plan. Ererythlng first class. AH modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout. Rooms en suite with bath. Large, new sample room. The Hotel St. George Is pronounced ont of the most up-to-date hotels of the northwest. Telephone and fire alarm connections to office, and hot and cold running water in al lrooms. ROOMS: $1.00 and $1.5q Block and a Half From Depot. See the big electric sign. Golden Rule Hotel Corner Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton, Oregon. H. C. MEANS, Proprietor Heated by Steam Lighted by Electricity American plan, rates $1.25 to $2.00 per day. European plan, 60c, 75c, 91.00. Free 'bus meets all trains. Special rates by week or month. Fine restaurant In connection Chicked dinner Sundays. Special attention given country trade. HOTEL PORTLAND OF PORTLAND. OREGON. American plan, 13 pei' day and up wards. Headquarters for tourists and commercial travelers. Special rates Bade to families and single gentle men. The management will be pleas Ad at all times to show rooms and give prices. A modern Turkish bath establishment In the hotel. H. C. BOWERS. Manager. C0A Rock Springs Bridger Vulcan 2,000 Pounds to the Ton. Phone Main 8 OREGON Lumber Yard Get the Best Good Dry Wood and tbe BEST KIND OF COAL. PROMPT DELIVERY. W. C MINNIS Leare orders at HEXNTVG'S CIGAR 8TORB Opposite People Warehouse "PHONE MAIN PENDLETON TANNERY Reopened for Bust- boss. root Street. A. Otke, of Alta Prop. HALL TOMORROW NIGHT Well Known Couple Married In Call fornla Meeting (Vine to Cloe (it (lirUtiun Clinivli Clillil Burled in AilK-na (Vnu'U-rj Uvture ui Christian Cliurt'h Tonight Ll;c Officers Installed uml (imml Ran quel ut lUtel. Athena. Dec. 30. The annual New Year's ball will take place in AfV-na opera house tomorrow eve ning. It promises to be a erand suc cess, e Miss Minnie Naylor, who has been spending the holidays with Athena relatives, will return to Whitman col lege this week to resume her studies. Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyre are here from Nanton, Alberta, to remain about a month. Little Bessie Smith, who recently underwent an operation for an ab scess under her arm, Is Improving rapidly. Mrs. J. A. Kirk has gone to Port land, where she will visit relatives for a short time. Miss Dora Myrlck of Pendleton, spent Christmas with relatives here. The 18-months-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. La Hue of Vansycle, which died a few days ago, was burled In Olney cemetry In Athena. Miss Carrie Stone, who Is teaching school in Walla Walla valley, was home to spend her vacation with rel atives here. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John L. Clark. Monday, December 23, a daughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wil son on the reservation, December 27, a son. Miss Lillian Vredt of The Dalles. has been the guest of the Misses Sharp for several days. Frank Coolldge, the Athena jewel er, has been In Pendleton a few days during the past week. D. H. Preston, who recently pur chased a large wheat ranch near Waltsburg, Wash., Is arranging to move his household goods from here to his new home. Mr. Preston for years managed the business of the Preston-Parton Milling company at this place and of late has been In the automobile business In Walla Walla though they continued to make the! home here most of the time. Scott-Preston. The marriage of Mss Estella Pres. ton and Mr. Joseph N. Scott of this place, took place last Wednesday' at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Preston, near Hunt lngton Beach, Calif. Both young peo pie are well and favorably known here, the bride beng a former resi dent of this place and the groom is a prosperous farmer of this secton The couple will spend several weeks In California before returning here to make their home. Meetings CIohc. The revival meetings which hav been going on at the Christian church for a few weeks came to a close last night. Pour people were baptised in to the church, and a large number wpre converted during the meetings, Tonight Professor Kelmes, who has been conducting these meetings, will give a recital. He Is an elocutionist of note, and his entertainments are highly spoken of. Lodge Officers Installed. The Installation of the officers of the Athena Masonic lodge took place Saturday evening as follows: A. B. McEwen, worshipful master; A. M Johnson, senior warden: D. O. Mc Kenzle, junior warden; Byron Hawks, Junior deacon: Edward Foster, senior" deacon; B. D. Clemens, treasurer j--award Koontz, secretary. W. D Chamberialn was Installing officer, and Attorney Will M. Peterson of Pendleton, made an address during the evening A grand banquet was served at the St. Nicholas hotel. TAFT TALKS TONIGHT. First Public Expression From the Big Secretary Sine Ills Tour Around the World. Boston, Dec. 30. Men prominent In national, state and municipal af fairs will be present at the annual banquet of the Boston Merchants' as soclatlon at the Hotel Somerset this evening. The chief guest will be Secretary William H. Taft, who will make his first Important public ad dress since the conclusion of his tour of the world. The presiding officer will be Jerome Jones, president of the association. In the absence of Governor Guild, Lieutenant Governor Eben S. Draper will represent the state, and Mayor Fitzgerald will speak for the city. Following the association's custom at its annual banquets to present one speaker from the south, the Hon. Swager Sherley, representative In congress from the Louisville, Ky., district, will be the second speaker on this occasion. Secretary Taft's address is expect ed to be an Important one, as he has had ample time for preparing it. He accepted the invitation to be present at the banquet before leaving on his world tour. Later, In answer to a cablegram to Manila asking If Mon day evening, December 30, would meet his convenience, he replied, "Yes, God willing." FARMERS' I'MOX ELECTS NEW Sirr OF OFFICERS. t'nlon Has targe Membership In This Vicinity Xoiniiil Will Open Xew Sniiewter Willi Increase in Attend line' Services In l'plwml Church Yesterday by I'eiullclon Pastor Itrootn Fnetory ut Gnrdcmi. Weston, Dec. 30. Li ' Mar union No. 6, a local of the Farmers' Educa tional and Co-operative union, have elected the following officers for the ensuing term: A. L. Swnggart, pres ident; Cass Cannon, vice president; George Carmleliael, secretary and treasurer; Joe H. Key, conductor; Alex Johnson, doorkeeper; Anson B. Woods, chaplain; J. M. Swaggurt. Ad Pinkerton, W. M. Booher, directors; Mrs. George Carmichael, editor. The union has quite a large membership. Rev. Charles Qulnney of Pendleton, held services yesterday at All Saints church. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Gross, which has been seriously 111 Is somewhat improved. The marriage of Earle E. Kirkpat rlck and Miss Mabel Lathrop Is an nounced to take place New Year's day at Anatone. Wash. The Weston Normal will open after the holidays with a big increase n attendance over the last semester. This will be by far the best year in the history of this school. The farmers have been more than pleased with the fine weather of the past several yeeks. Prospects are ex cellent for fall sown grain. Students Not Here. ThliiRs have been somewhat quiet the past week on account of nearly all the Normal students being away to spend the holidays at their respec tive homes, and they will remain un til after New Years. Broom Factory at Gurdcna, It is understood that the new In dustry at Gardena Is the broom fac tory, which is supplying much of the trade at Walla Walla and surround ing towns. A new factory which Is now being put up, 30x40. will result in a greater output. Broom corn yields well In that vicinity. A Real Wondorlnnd. South Dakota, with its rich silver mines, bonanza farms, wide ranges and strange natural formations, to a veritable wonderland. At Mound City, In the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp a wopderful case of healing has late ly occurred. Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trou ble. "Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes." writes Mrs. Clapp, "when I began giving Dr. King's New Discovery, the great medicine, that saved his life and completely cured him." Guaran teed for coughs and colds, throat and lung troubles, by Tallman & Co., druggists. 60c and $1. Trial bottle free. Win AUTHOR WAS ARRESTED. Booth Tarkington Sought Local Cot orlng for Story In the Cup That CIlOITS. Indianapolis, Dec. 30. Booth Tark ington, the wfll known popular writ er, is wondering whether or not the present rage for realism In literature Is, after all, justified by the results obtained. Back of this heretical doubt Is a story In real life of a well known young author of the Indiana school of romance who left his hearthslde and Inglenoon on Christ mas eve and wandered Into the haunts of the socially drowned In order to secure "local color" for a projected Christmas story. The young author hoped to sell this story to some popular magazine next June, and In ths way secure the nec essary wherewithal to properly ob serve the natal day next year. Now he hopes he may be able to sell It In time to pay his fine. When the police finally corralled the aspiring author and put a sudden break on his search for "local color," the name of Booth Tarklngton, which has grac ed so many book covers and added luster to the pages of so many mag azines, was on the books of the desk sergeant of the police. Tarklrfgton celebrated the day lus tlly and well. He fell Into the hands of the police, who attempted to dis suade him in his expedition. But the author would not be dissuaded. What," he demanded of the guard ians of the city's peace, "do you know of this search after the Ideal? I dare you to tell me the basic princi ples of the art of Tolstoi in contra distinction to those of mile Zola." "We never got Tolstoi," replied the officer, "and I haven't heard of Zola during any work In Indianapolis since the campaign of '96, but you go to the station and tell It to the ser geant" TO KILL THE WOMAN'. There Is no need In killing a woman with worry and nervousness now that Sexlne Pills, are available for pro longing life and happiness. Sexlne Pills are guaranteed for all forms of weakness in men and women. Price 11 a box; six boxes fS, with full guarantee. Address or call the Pen dleton Drug Co. This Is the store that sells all the principal remedies and does not substitute. SUN., MON.f AND TUES. The Captain's Mate MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY, AT 2:30 EVENING PRICES-25--35-50C. SATURDAY MATINEE PRICES-1025c. Reserved Seats at The Pendleton Drug Company And Booth Tarklngton, author of "The Gentleman From Indiana," "Monsieur Beauclulre" and other well known volumes, took a quick ride to the official residence of the chief of police. There his case was continued until Saturday. After he was releas ed Tarklngton talked to a number of reporters. "Say." he said, 'isn't this fine? I can write a dandy store out of this and make myself famous yet." Catarrh Cannot Be Cored with LOCAL AI'I'LICATIOf.!- cannot reach tbe seat n( tu din. iij tsrrh Is a blond or ntltotloni m and 10 order to cure It yon taint tax terns! remedies. Hall's Catarrh cat tnken InternsUy and acts uirvtiy na blood and mocona snrfaren. ti. . tairb Cure ia not a quark medicine. in 1 was prescribed by one of tbe. beat phyil clana in this c untry ror years ana is regular prwcrlptlon. U la composed of tbe best tonics known, combined itn tb best blood purifiers, actlnc directly on th mucous ennaces. The perfect combination of tbe two Ingredients Is what produce aucb wonderful resulta In curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free. F. J. CI1ENBY it CO., Props., Toledo, O Sold br riruKglata. price 7fte. Take Uall a Family 1'illa for constipation lleney Not Paid Kinnigli. An official of the department of justice said today that the principal reason for Heney's visit to Washing ton was to adjust the salary account for the prosecution of the Oregon land frauds, says a Washington dis patch, lleney was engaged by the former attorney general and then by TEA Not 1 in 1000 who buy Schilling's Best wants the money. Tour rrocer return, your money If yoa aWt Ilk, Schilling', Beat; we pay hlaa. Keep Your on the PENDLETON BUSINESS COLLEGE f NET WHEN you advertise you expect to get something out of it more than you put in it; if you don't, it's a losing game and losing money is poor policy. But it's not how much an ad coste it's how much profit it brings you. Net profit that's the ct&in tking. Tr ADVERTISING is not a magic art All it is, is 11 putting into print effective selling arguments good , salesman would use orally. ' Write those argument in an attractive style bring out the merits of a proposition bo that the other fellow feels an instinctive desire to possess it tell him why he should buy it and then finally satisfy him that the price is right. To get the best results, cater to the largest number you can reach among those who make good wages and lira well people who can afford to buy what you have to sell. The East Oregonian'a readers are composed of that class who willingly pay 65 cents a month for it in preference to buying the cheaper papers. Net result they ar people who can afford to buy what you have to sell. Thay are not penurious. They are not paupers. Bonaparte, and It is understood that he asked $25,000 or his services. Whatever the sum was, the depart ment decided It was not enough, and Bonaparte will now ask congress to make up the deficiency by an appropriation. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup causes a free yet gentle action of the bowels through which the cold is forced out of the system. Chlldron like it. Contains no opiates nor nar cotics. Sold by Tallman & Co. Bead the East Oreeonlan. I -am,,,' V ' - - ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY Pendleton, oregon Under the direction of the Sisters of Bt. Francis, of Philadelphia. Resident and day pupils. Special attention given to music and elocution. Stu dents prepared for teachers exami nations for county and state certifi cates. For particular address SISTER SUPERIOR, PROFITS j V .(llinT T. Through Pullman Standard .and Tourist Sleeper daily to Omaha and Chicago; tourist sleeper dally to Kan as City; through Pullman tourUf sleeping care (personally conducted) weekly to Chicago; reclining chair cars (seats free) to the east dally. SCHEDULE PROM PENDLETOX. KASTBOUND. No. 8 arrives from from Portland 4:10 p. m. No. 2, Chicago Special, arrives 4:4 p. m.; departs 4:40 p. m. No. 6, Mall ft Express, arrives 4:0 a. m.; departs 4:00 a. m. WESTBOUND. No. 1, Portland Special, arrives 11:40 a. m.; departs 11:40 a. ra. No. 6, Mall & Express, arrives 11:11 a. m.. departs 12:16 a. m. No. 7 departs for Portland 8 a. m. SPOKANE DIVISION. No. 7, Pendleton passenger, arrive 4:25 p. m.; connects with No. t. No. 8, Spokane passenger, departs 11:45 a. m.; connects with No. l. WALLA WALLA EI ANCH. No. 41 arrives 2:10. No. 42 departs 4:60 p. m.; connects with No. 2. PILOT ROCK IJRAXCH. Southltound. lieave Pendleton 8:45 a. m. Arrive at Pilot Rock 10a0 a. m. Northbound. Leave Pilot Rock 2:00 p. m. Arrive at Pendleton 3:15 p. m. Dally except Sunday. SNAKE RIVER. Rlparla to LewUtnn Leave Rlparla dally except Saturday, 5:40 a. m. Leave Lewlston dally except Friday 7 a. m. F. J. QUINLAN. Agent, Pendleton. WM. M'MUKRAT, O. P. A.. Portland. Ore. PEN DLETON-UKIAH STAGE Dally trips between Pendleton and Uklnh, except Sunday. Stage leaves rendleton at 7 a. m., arrives at Uklah at ( p. m. Return stage leaves Uklah at p. m., arrives at Pendleton at I p. m. Pendleton to Uklah, 11.00; round trip, $5.00. Pendleton to Alba, 12.75; round trip, 15.00; Pendleton to Ridge, $2.00; round trip $1.60. Pendleton to Nye, $1.60; round trip, $2.60. Pendle ton to Pilot Rock, $1.00; round trip, $1.60. IN ONE or many colors LARGEST FACILITIES IN THE WEST FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIQH GRADE WORK IATII At LOW At AtTIII Rtlttt Il l yli$.Tf?i !; 60 YEARS' - . , ff EXPERIENCE i D Tradc Marks OcaiaNt CopvntaHTt Ac. Anron imdlnf a ketoh and 1iorlntlnn mT inlrklv urrfiiln our opinion frM wntlir no Intention H pronablf pnlnthlo. Cnmniunlea tlonnntrlctlrconlldentkl. HANDBOOK onfatrnla aant (ran. Oldml tamer fur tecum! mkuu. Futnii taken through Munn A Co. reeelf tfteUA notia, without ehre, la tbe Scientific Jlmericam A handtometr llln1rtel weeklr. Lancet elr. anletlon of an? eclentlflo journal, Ternie, as a fear 1 four montba, IL Bold by all newedeetera. Branch Offloe, 036 T BU Was blngtoa, Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE For Inflammation OTCatarrn ot the Bladder and Diseased Kldneji. No core no pan Cures quickly and Parma, nsntly lbs wont eases of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, DO natter of bow long staaoV Ins. Absolutely bannlesa. Bold by druggists. Hlat 100, or by mall. pottpaiO, 100,8boxei2.74. W THE SANTAL-PEPSIN Mu IUSSONTAINI, OrMOt Sold by tbe Pendleton Drug Oojnpaavj f IwEkf atS3 twi3' rf dlwharfa,tiUnimarav' II Irrllalione r llamvn EVAMCHEllluUCt, amloTirtMnona. , ' Xauaniun.irl mm 17 ! j i-artnt In alalu tjnptm, rval.i. .. 1.00. or Sbottlca. Vlroilar sent Tb) Baat OrronUu la Eastern Ore. gon'a loawtscaitAtlTe paper. It leadf ad tbm peopto appreciate It and show It by their liberal patronaeje. It la tbe ad yct Using medium of tbe section. fx JS'L