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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1908. PAGE FIVE. Market Day Specials Pare. Paid on All Railroads HERE MEN All $10.00 Suits and Overcoat, Market Day $7.93 AH $2.50 Hats, Market Day $1.45 All $2.75 Slioeo, Market Day $1.98 All 85c Wool Socks, Market Day 23c 100 pairs Cotton ISlunkcta worth 75c, Market Day 87&o. One pair to each customer, NOW LADIES Don't Mist This, One More Good Chance. A few of the Best Suits and Coats left but Here Goes, we're not even trying to get cost, we want to give you the best values on Market Day ever offered in Pendleton. $20.00 Suits, Market Day $12.47 $22.50 Suits, Market Day $15.43 $25.00 Suits, Market Day $16.44 $28.50 Suits, Market Day $17.39 $32.50 Suits, Market Day $18.05 $35.00 Suits, Murket Day $19.97 $10.00 Suits, Market Day $23.23 $15.00 Suits, Market Day $24.47 $10.00 to $15.00 Coats, Market Day $5.88 $20.00 Coats, Market Day $9.97 $25.00 to $35.00 Coats, Market Day $16.85 $37.50 Coats, Market Day $17.45 $10.00 Coats, Market Day $19.97 Everybody Attend Market Day Make Your Headquarters at TEUTSCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE Fastest Crowing Store in Eastern Oregon. ELECTION JUDGES MO CLERKS CHOSEN At intervals during the past few days when the county court has not been busied with road matters and Hermlston disputes, the commission era have been working on the list of Judges and clerks for the June elec tion. Tills afternoon the following selec tions had been made for the differ ent precincts nf the county: Mountain. Judges Frank English, W. P. Leach. 8. G. Rice. Clerks J. E. Walden, J. E. Jones, J. W. Hyatt. Encampment. Judges T. B. Wells, J. L. Barker, J. B. Barker. Clerks Earl Glllanders, B. F. Mar, lln. John Hanna rain' lew. Judges W. H. Compton, R. S. Ma Jor. Ira Henderson. Clerks L. R. Vanwlnkle. Isaac Hagen. William Lehtc. Femdale. Judges E. J. Davis, L. M. Vande Water. O. W. Wharton. Clerks D. H. Bnbcock. A. Winn, F. B. Smith. Fulton. Judges C. II. Rosenberg. A. Milne, H. J. TiiyloV. Clerks William Duff, W. W. Har rah. Hugh Bell. GillilniMl. Judges J. M. Wynn. 0. F. Dunn, Pnvld Home. CK-rks A. M.. Isaac. J. A. Hubbard, O. E. Adams. Helix. Jut'ees W. E. Potts J. K. Butt, Vv. H. Bond. Clerks J. P. McEachern, W. 1 Knight, O. J. Piper. Atlamx. Judges J. O. Hales, George Bent ley, L. J Rogers. Clerks H. A. Richardson, J. A. Winn. J. F. Wallen. Alba. judges-A. S. Quant, Josh Clark, S. B. Nell. Clerks J. A. Ross, Rod McDonald, L. Li. Davis. South Athena. Judges B. A. Dudley, O. W. Han Mil, Dave Taylor. Clerks Henry Schmidt, James Potts, O. C. Whlteman. North Athena. Judges W. M. Tompkins, Cass Cannon, J. F. Zerba. dorks H. C. Worthlngton, O. II Reedor, M. L. Watts. Cottonwood. Judges George Glnn, O. T. Cock hum, Lewis Bowlus. Clerks-'-C. R. Huber, J. F. Casper, W. A. Good. Echo. judges W. H. Boyd, Frank Sloan," R. C. Templeton. Clerks Otis McCarty, Allen Thompson, George I Ward. McKay. Judges Alex Hudson, Charles Mc- Bee. H. C. Dunn. Clerks S. K. Yates. W. T. Perrln, E. F. Straughn. Pendleton. Judges B. F. Renn, William Hilton and V. Stroble. Clerks Richard Mayberry, Robert Endicott and C. A. Epplnger. North Pendleton. Judges Frank Frazler, James Brown, John F. Hill. Clerks C. J. Ferguson, W. F. Tay lor and Fred Shoemaker. South Pendleton. Judges O. W. Koeppen, John Bry ant. Smith Alloway. Clerks Roy Rltner, Charles Greu llch, C. E. Bond. Kast rendition. Judges E. J. Sommervllle, I Rothrock, E. R. Swinburne. Clerks C. H. Marsh, R. O. Hawkes, J. T. Lamberth. South Reservation. Judges L. L. Mann, S. A. Menyer, C. C. Rlnehart. Clerks Charles Hamilton. E. D. Klrkpatrlck, Joseph Craig. lloguo. Judges Swante Anderson, A. G. Buholtz, William ConkHn. Clerks E. C. Wood, A. J. Hill, John A. Martin. Holriinan. Judges J. S. Perkins, J. N. Gen try, Charles Vinson. dorks W. R. Melners, Malcolm Stevens, W. N. Claypool. v . Juniper. Judges S. A. Edwards, Kenneth. McRae, John F. Wyrlck. Clerks William Mills, J. C. Royce. C. It. Guseman. North Milton. Judges W. E. Putnam, R. F. Van- cll, B. W. Mumford. Clerks G. A. Cowl. J. H. Hall, fciDa Rogers. South Milton. Judges S. A. Miller, W. W. Mc Queen, O. R. Samuel. Clerks A. R. Shumway, C. A. Winn, C. J. McKenelo. Key. Dorrls at Sllverton. Rev. Dorrls, who recently con ducted a successful revival at the First Christian church of this city, began a series of meetings at Silver ton Sunday and will continue Indefi nitely. There were nine additions the first service. Rev. Albyn Esson, the pastor, is hopeful of a great meeting. Salem Statesman. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. John Gless of Adams, was a visitor in the city today. J. P. Kennedy has returned from a visit to Seattle and Portland. J. D. Gregolre returned last evening from a brief business trip to Adams Mrs. A. H. Sunderman returned to Echo today after a few days in the city. Mrs. James P. Vavln of Touchet, Wash., is In the city today on a trad ing trip. Abe Miller, the pioneer settler of Pilot Rock, Is in the city today on a business trip. Oliver P. Morton of Hermlston came up from that place last evening for a short visit. Dr. Fred A. Lieuallen of Adams, was here last night arid attended the dance in Eagles hall. C. S. McNaught returned to Herm- Ihton this afternoon after a short bus lness visit In the city. Joe Murphy, who has been 111 with the grip, is again able to be out and is rapidly recovering. Attorney Francis H. Bartlett of Hermlston, was transacting legal bus iness In Pendleton today. Conductor II. C. Grady of the El gin run on the O. R. & N., has been here on business for several days, Francis H. Bartlett, the Hermlston attorney, was here last evening and attended the Married Club's dance. Henry Lazlnka, who is wlnlcrnj his cattle In the north part of -he county, Is N) tony after supplVr. Jacob Barstow and A. Schoessler of Rltzvllle, Wash., are guests of the Golden Rule while in the city today, Mrs. H. G. Newport of Hermlston, was among visitors in Pendleton to day, returning on No. 1 this after noon. W. C. Gibbs left this morning for Pendleton and may continue to Port land before returning. La Grande Observer. , Mrs. C. M. Shields of Milton, ar rived In the city yesterday and will spend a few days here with relatives and friends. Baker City Herald. J. A. LHLaughlln of Gu'iane left this morn!p' on the O. R. N. local train for Portland ml W'liamt'.'e il.ey i.olats on a fev weeks' visit. Mrs. Charles Daniels left on No. 6 this morning for Golconda, Nevada where she was called on account of the death of her mother at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Crossman pass ed through the city last evening on their way from Milton, where they had been spending a couple of weeks to their home in Union. Attorney Richardson, who has been In the service of the government on the Okanogan project, was In the city last evening with friends from Her mlston. Captain Bowie of the local corps f the Salvation Army, left this morn' Ing on the O. R. & N. local for Her mlston for a few days' visit, after h'ch he will go to Portland for a few days. Blaine Hallock, a former Pendleton boy and a well known young employe In the tax department of the O. R. & N., attended the dance In this city last Ight on his way to Starbuck on offi cial business. The Ilev. Charles Qulnney of Pen dleton, and the Rev. J. Nellson Barry Baker City, were entertained Tues- ny at the rectory by Rev. and Mrs. Tpton H. Gibbs. La Grande Observ er. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richardson were In the city last evening from dams on their way east. They will look after property interests in the vicinity of Cambridge for a short time. Mrs. Otto E. Dldlon and sister. Miss race Crockett, of Pendleton, left for Elgin this morning for a short visit ith their uncle and aunt, Colonel and Mrs. E. S. Crockett. La Grande Observer. Mrs. M. R. Yates, who has been on visit in Butler, Bates county, Mo. for the past two months, returned ome last evening after a most enjoy able trip. While she found many old friends and enjoyed her visit to her old home very much, Mrs. Yates de clares that she is now more in love Ith Umatilla county and the west than ever before, and Is glad to be at home again. MEETINGS OVERFLOWED. Second Evening of Cottage Prayer .Meetings Better Than First. Reports from the cottage prayer meetings held last night Indicate that the Interest shown the night before Is Increasing. Every meeting, whether a few were present or with a house full, seems to bo marked by the strongest spirit of good fellowship and earnest prayer. Christian peo ple of the city are coming face to face with each other In these meet ings as they have never done before. Meetings will be held this evening in the following homes: A. W. Rugg, 1905 East Court; J, H. Rust, S23 Cosble; G. W. Rugg, 309 West Court; Floyd Anderson, 200 Willow; A. J. Owen, 305 Thompson; Mrs. S. A. Lowell, 725 Johnson; Mad ison Jones, 1101 East Court; A. Sand- ercock, 918 Johnson; Pendleton acad emy; W. C. McKInney, 418 Jefferson; Mrs. J. W. Kimbrell, 1315 West Rail road; Ed Coffman, 611 Maple: B. E. Coon, 612 Raley; Miss Burton, corner Webb and Thompson; Thomas Chand ler, 216 Stonewall Jackson; Mrs. Rea. ger, 206 Lee street; John Gurdane, East Riverside. The subject of the meetings will be: "The Christian's Preparation for Work." Acts II; 1-8, 14-22. Committee Meeting Called. The executive committee for the union evangelical meetings with Evangelist Haudenschield, will meet tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock In R. N. Oliver's office in the Association block for Important business. The committee consists of the four pas tors in the churches Joining In the movement, together with the follow ing members: L. E. Penland. R. N. Oliver, I. E. Earl, Charles A. Hill Mrs. S. A. Lowell and Mrs. William Ingram. IYatcrnul Brotherhood. All members of the Fraternal Brotherhood, .whether members of the local lodge or visitors, are re ouested to meet at Dr. T. M. Hen derson's office at 8 o'clock this even ing, when Deputy Supreme President Chanell of Portland, will be present for the purpose of reorganizing. A. E. LAMBERT, President. Military Dance Tonight. This evening company L will give nother dancing party In the armory. It will be one of the regular series of company dances and the first one giv en this year. Like all the previous parties the dance tonight will be Informal. Latng Case Postponed. This forenoon some further testi mony was taken in the Laing divorce it and tha case was then postponed until next week. In the meantime some depositions are to be taken. n www? u ULJWLd u nn n7 1 1 -ti LJ UL.JU When buying shoes, think of comfort, quality and style, then buy your shoes of us. One pair of ill-fitting shoes may cause foot deform-,, ities which will last through life. Walk Over and Florsheim shoes for men. Sorosis and Seigler Bros.' shoes for women. Buster Brown Blue Ribbon school shoes for boys and girls. Tho Alexander Department Storo Givers of Best Values "FORGIVENESS OF SINS." Rer. Allen Wilson Chooses World- Old Theme for Subject of Ills Ser mon Tonight. The subject of the sermon by Rev. Allen WUson at the First Christian church tonight will be "The Forgive ness of Sins" a world-old subject, but ever new, according to the beliefs of the church. Rev. Wilson preached to a large audience last night and while still weak from his illness, gave an excel lent exposition of his subject, "Does the World Need Jesus?" He Is much Improved today and hopes to be able to preach every night hereafter. The large chorus choir under the direction of Mr. LIntt is growing In numbers and Is one of the leading at tractions of the meetings. Mr. Lintt Is an excellent director and Is organ izing the musical forces of the con gregation very ably. Interest in the meetings Is Increas ing and the house is well filled each night. Unnlnmln T? Hrppn anil John S Gaynor,' convicted of embezzlement, were yesterday taken to the federal penitentiary at Atlanta to serve their four year terms. Elks' Initiation and Clams Tonight. Pendleton lodge No. 288, B. P. O. Elks will meet in regular session to night at Eagles' hall. Initiation first and social session and clams to fol low. All members and visiting Elks urged to be on hand as there will be plenty doing from start to finish. If you see it in the East Oregonlan, it's so. CITY BREVITIES All kinds of good dry wood. Se MInnls. See MInnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. Wanted To keep set of books, at home. Address Box 124. All winter hats going at extra low prices, Campbell's Millinery. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent Enquire at Efcst Orsgonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansbery & Milne. Phone Main S. Lost New Year's night, pair gold rimmed glasses In black case. Re turn to this office. Lost Green enamel breast pin. with diamond In the core. Return to Mrs. Anna Selkirk Norton, Schmidt building, and receive reward. Wanted A first class bookkeeper wants a Job. Would post books for small firms that do not employ reg ular bookkeeper. Address S. H., care Golden Rule Hotel. Wanted To meet man with 13000 or three men with 81000 each (money not required Immediately) who can Invest In a tract of land. Can divide and sell out at profit of over 120,000. Inrestment absolutely secure; sure to make big money. Act quick. Address Land, care East Oregonlan. Charles W. Whiting, a New York broker, killed himself at his home In New York yesterday by snooting. r Sigar Stick Caidy BaldufTs pure sugar stick candy contains only the finest grade of confectioners "A" sugar, best vegetable colors. The box contains twelve large light, porons and fluffy delicious sticks and the '.price is 10c the box. K.EIP1PEN THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST CLTO SWINGING CLASS. Mb Crossen Will Instruct in Grace ful Art at Milarkey Hall. Miss nazel Crossen, the talented el ocutionist and instructor in calesthen. Ics, is now organizing a club swlng- ng class which will meet twice a week In the Milarkey hall. The clas9 will meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and will commence at 7 o'clock. The class will be for both ladles and gentlemen. During the few months Miss Cros sen has been In the city she has made many friends and has been most suc cessful with hor elocution work. She Is also an adept at club swinging and at the instance of friends has decided to form a class. , loost! Boost! Boost! For Carl Atheno. hypnotist, was buried alive In a vacant lot at Eleventh and Wyandotte streets, Kansas City, at 9 o'clock the night of November 18, 1901. He was In Kansas City giving nn exhibition of sleeping under ground. He was placed In a casket and burled beneath four feet of earth, where he slept until he was awaken ed by an alarm clock at 9 o'clock the night of November 23. Fred G. Bonflls, the Denver news paper man, who recently assaulted Thomas M. Patterson, was given a IN PENDLETON JANUARY 11, 1908 AND EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY THEREAFTER Something entire new. A Grand Gala Holiday for Everybody. Bigger and better than a circus. Don't miss the the auction sales of livestock See the prizes offered by the merchants. The merchants have agreed to sell goods on these days at great sweeping reductions in prices. Bring the Entire Family and the Hired Girl Buyer and seller will be brought together in a cash market. Give market i days a boost. Bring iff an animal to sell each day and you soon will have money to burn. The merchants will do more than their share to make the proposition a success Come to Pendleton on These Big BUSINESS DAYS You can buy well as well as sell well. Follow the band it will show you where the sales are held. Everybody talk market day to everybody else that's what counts. Keeping everlastingly at it brings success. Boost and the world boosts with you Knock and you hammer your thumb. Whenever you see a red market day . card in the window, that business man is your friend and a booster, and he will take pleasure in explaining the market day plan to you, Mr. Ranchman. ill fine of ISO and costs.