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DAILY EAST ORECiONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TIIIRSDAY, ITllUl'AUV 6, 1008.
EIGHT PAGES. r.GK two. fm great m Market Day Bargains 173,000 yards of Mill Ends from 1 to 20 yard lengths of---Ginghams, Percales, Muslins, Outings, Flannelettes, Etc., at from 23 to 50c less than factory price. 2,7 yards, Apron Checks at yard 7c 1,933 yards, 36 inch Percales at yard - 10c 2,698 yards of 10c Outings at yard - 7 I -2c 6c 892 yards of 10c Cream Outing at yard 1,123 yards of 45c Sheeting 2 yds, wide, yd. 36c 1 ,70Q yards of 12 l-2c Bleached Muslin at yd. 9c 879 yards of 12 l-2c Cream Outing at yard - 9c . . 2,262 yards of 12 l-2c French Ginghams at yd. 9c 321 yards of 20c Black Satteens at yard - 12c 695 yards of 25 c Table Oil Cloths at yard - 18c 247 yards, 12 l-2c Baby Flannels Pink & Blue, 9c 3,457 yards of 15c White India Linen at yard 9c 238 yards of 45 inch Pillow Tubing at yard 18c 138 dozen of $2.25 Dinner Napkins at doz. j $1.58 362 yards of 12 1-2 c Linen Crash at yard r- 9c See our Large Price Sheet for a more complete list of these Bargains and Don't Forget The Great Clearance Sale and Muslin Underwear Sale The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Save Yoar Coupons HUE IS HIE THEME I'KOGIIAM AT PENDLETON ACADEMY FRIDAY Orvsfon Writers, IX-ad and Living, Will be Reviewed by Academy Stu dents Tomorrow Afternoon-Interesting Letters from Joaquin Mflhr, Ktiwin Markham and miners. . Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 Pen dleton academy students will render a program on Oregon authors and literature and a number of letters from living Oregon authors, includ ing Joaquin Miller, Edwin Markham, J. B. Horner, George H. WUliamH, Mrs. Eva Emery Dye, and others, to gether with productions from each of these and a number of others will be read. Tha students have -prepared the program after much labor and pain and It promlnes to be one of the events of the school year at the academy. Friends of the academy and all those interested in Oregon literature are cordially Invited to attend. Mem bers of the women's clubs who have tlfeen studying Oregon literature to COFFEE The goodness of every thing: else at breakfast de pends on the coffee. Your f rot.r return, r""' mr.nrr if rou iot't l1J'Jir.''fit', ?-.f r r i n Mm. some extent are especially Invited. Following Ih the list of studertts who will take part, with the authors assigned to each for review: Edmund Milne, Eva Emery Dye and Homer Davenport. Bessie Porter, George H. Williams and Prof. J. B. Horner. Bessie Jacques, Harvey W. Scott. Mav Severance, Edwin Markham. Alhpa lilack. Mrs. Ella Higglnson and Sam L. Simpson. Verva Roberts, Mrs. Carrie Blake Morgan. Agnes Young, Joaquin Miller and Bert Huffman. Especially Interesting letters have been received from Joaquin Miller, Edwin Markham. George H. Wil liams and Mrs. Dye and the program promises to be a literary treat. Po ems or short prose selections from each author reviewed will be read by students and brief biographical sketches 'will also be given. How's Tills? We offer One Hundred Dollars Heward for any rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, 0. We, the andereifnied, have known F. J. Cbeney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In ill business transaction! and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. Waldlng, Klnnan Marvin, Wholesale DrogElsta, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Trice 75c per bottle. Bold by all druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Mary Jane (appearing breathlessly from the kitchen) Please, mum, would you do me a favor? Mistress Certainly, If I can. Mary Jane Well, would you kind ly go and speak to my young man at the back door till I make myself tidy? London Telegraph. K you see It In the East Oregonlan, It's so. PF.OPI.E WANT PURE FOOD. KrNiilt of Dr. Wiley's Experiment Prove That Much Kidney Trouble Emanate! from Preservative!. That was a pretty definite charge Dr. Wiley, chief of the department of agriculture's bureau of chemistry, brines against food preservatives. It has been strenuously contended by the packing and canning Industries that such drugs as borax, benzoic acid, salicylic acid, and . formalde hyde, are harmless. The result of Dr. Wiley's prolonged experiments, as reported to the house committee on agriculture, has been to convince him that the use of such preservatives Is a cause of the prev alence of kidney disease In this Coun try, and that the average life would be appreciably lengthened if the use of these articles were dispensed 'with. While the case Is under discuslon pru dent' pepole will probabfy feel dis posed to give the preference to food which does not need chemicals to keep from spoiling. Found Indian Relics. B. Buchanan, who Is working with a number of surveyors six miles south of the city, yesterday while Crossing a rock slide uncovered an old Indian skull and a rusty barrel from a muz zle loading rifle, says the Doise Cap Hal News. The skull Is in a remarkable state of preservation and the upper Jaw contains all the teeth with the excep tion of two, which tends to show that the victim was old when he died. Mr. Buchanan also found a number of bits of buckskin, some bones and a horse's hoof. Another peculiar find close to the skull was a gajvanized bucket, which did not look as though it had been there more than a year, while the Indian whose skull was found must have been burled many years ago. Read the East Oreeonlan. DANGER III DELAY HA 'DENSClllFXD'S SER- ' MOX OX "TOMORROW A Strong Sermon on u Single Word Culls Attention to tbe Danger of IYwrust Inntlon Cites Many Ju .Ntances of Men Who Have Waited Until Tomorrow Closlny Appeal Heard by Many Fouture of Evan gclist's Work Is Appeul to Men. The curiosity aroused by the an nouncement that one word would be the theme of the sermon at the union evangelistic services last night, was satisfied when the word "Tomorrow" was announced ns the subject. It was demonstrated that there Is more than enough for a sermon In one word. Thousands of years ago It was first uttered as the answer of a soul to Ood's call. It has been re peated by men In every age. The He brews would not step on a bit of parchment lest the name of God might be on the under side. But men today listen to God's tender en treaties and trample them under foot as they continue to say "tomorrow, tomorrow, I will come." When the fire Insurance policy on a man's property expires he renews It so that not an hour shall pass without an adequate protection. Yet men today carelessly allow the days and years to slip past without the least preparation for the future ex cept the promise to themselves that sometime they will attend to the matter. There Is hardly an Individ ual can be found that does not ex pect sometime to right his wrongs and prepare for heaven. There are multiplied and varied dangers In delay. It hardens the heart. A sea pirate, noted for his cruelty, said that his first murder was an agony to him. But his sensi bilities had become so hardened that It was of no consequence at all to his emotions to kill a man. Every time a man tramples on the invitation and the love of God his heart Is hardened to It. In saying you will settlo your' ac count with God tomorrow, you run the risk of that awful unpardonable sin, when God's Spirit, taking you at your word, forsakes you. " He has said, "My spirit shall not always strive with, man." One who seems to feel no concern about meeting God and has not accepted the Invitations of the Gospel, may well be alarmed and Inquire whether the Spirit has not left him to himself. A number of Instances were cited from the experlenco of the preachei where men had turned away with a definite and emphatic refusal, and had never again felt any Influence of the Spirit moving them towards God. To put off till tomorrow this step for Christ, Is to make a definite move to close the door In your own face. A man does not have to commit all the sins possible to be lost, nor break all the commandments. The sick man does not have to insult the doc tor, and send away his nurse, and throw the medicine out of the win dow to insure .his death. All he needs to do is to neglect to take the medi cine and obey the Instructions given for his help. Some one says "I am young yet I have plenty of time tomorrow will be soon enough." You are In debt to God for every year of your life. Not merely for a little part at the end, but for that which is gone. Death has gained on you Just 15 or 20 or 40 or more years. How much longer will t be before he- will overtake you, no one knows. But you may be sure in-aio mis gained on you just as many years as you are old.. The closing appeal and Invitation were very Impressive and several made a definite start and confession. One of the continued features of the meeting Is the strong appeal Mr. Haudenschleld is evidently making to men. A much larger proportion than usual, are seen at all the even ing meetings. Tonight the sermon will De on "The Condition of the Soul Out of Christ." Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently but promptly on the bow els. It stops the cough by soothing the throat and lung Irritation. Sold by Tallman & Co. Taft in Connecticut. Hartford, Conn., Feb. 6. Secre tary Taft has notified the officials of the Hartford Yale alumni association that he will come here as the miest of that body tomorrow. CATARRH YIELDS. To Healing Air of Hyouiei Sold Un der Guarantee by Tallman & Co. Catarrh Is the most prevalent dis eese 'known to humanity. Probably 90 per cent of the people In this country suffer a't one time or another with this common' disease. It Is a germ disease and hence can be cured only by some, method that will reach and destroy the germs. This Is best found In Hyomel. which may be called the direct method of treating catarrh, hs Its medication, taken in with the air you breathe, goes directly to every air cell In the nose, throat and lungs; kills all ca tarrhal germs; heals the Irritated mu- mous membrane and vitalizes the tis sues so ss to render catarrh no longer possible. The unique way In which Hyomel Is sold should dispel all doubt as to Its curative propertlcs,for Tallman & Co. give their absolute guarantee to refund the price to any catarrh sufferer that Hyomel falls to bene fit. You do not risk a cent In test ing Its healing powers. What offer could be more fair to you than this, where a leading druggist takes all the risk of Hyomel giving sfl'lsfac tlon, and leaves you to be the Judge. , " THE OREGON " MORRIE B. STREETER., Lesse Manager. PHONE MAIN 110 Mi So. MORRIE pa Blanche TREETER cJRYflN Sun., Mon Tues. and Wed. "THE RESURRECTION" THURS;, fri. and sat. THE LITTLE MINISTER SOUVENIR MATINEE, SATURDAY AT 2:30. EVENING PRICES--25--35--50C SATURDAY MATINEE PRICES-10--25c. Reserved Seats at The Pendleton Drug Company mmmammmmmmBmmmmmmmmmiMjmBUimemammmmmmmmammB "THE SHOW THAT'S HERE TO STAY" THE DIME The JLadies and Children's THEATER MOVING PICTURES That Are Funny and Fascinating NEW ILLUSTRATED SONGS Program changes Sunday, Tuesday and Friday Shows 2 to 5 p. m., and 6:30 to 10 p. m. Admission 1 Qc Children under lOyrs. 5c. MUX STREET, NEXT TO RADER'S. snajsMMBaMmssB kfTOM STAR THEATRE Watch The Star! The Star Theatre has gone under new management and will soon open in first class Burlesque. New Venture, New Faces and New Prices. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Best of bills such as "Peggy from Paris" iThe Telephone Girl" and others of equal excellence. Look Watch Wait Date will adpear later. I 017 SHOP Eagle Building A. C. Friedly, Prop. Will Trites, Mgr. Program for Thursday and Friday. 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