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'"" 'i'iiiisw.iwo,,,,,,, " ' ; t FOURTEEN PAOE8. DAILY EAST OlttoiOXUA', PKNDLIifrON, OltEGON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1908. Only 3 lore Days Remnant Sale In Full Blast Balcony Bargains Big Attraction Masses of Merchandise Selling at Mill Cost Look for the Green Ticket PERSONAL MENTION Teutsch's Dep't Store Fastest Growing; Store inJEasternJOregon. City Brevities "For chimney sweep, phono red 2711. Dressed chickens Saturday at De mon's. AM kinds of good dry wood. See Minn In. Fresh fish at Central Meat Market phone Muln 33. See Mlnnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. Fresh celery, lettuce, cabbage and cauliflower at Demott's. Fruits In season. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, Phone Main 5. Two ftne store and office rooms for rent. East Oregonan building. En quire this office. Household paints and varnishes for sale by Goodman Hardware Co.' Re new your furniture with Varnolao. Remember tlie ilaptiso contest so cial for the Sunday school and Its friends tnnlKht at the church at 7:30 Sweet potatoes, turnips, parsnips, beets, onions and horso hadlsh root everything In green groceries, at De mott's. Ilaptlst contest social for the Pun day school nixl Its friends at the church tonight at 7:30. Everybody Invited. Lost A gold belt buckle, amythlst nettings, with white ribbon belt at tached. Finder please return to Mrs. Thomas Warner. 415 Water street, and receive reward. For Sale Two gang plows, one nearly new; one 21 foot wooden har row. Gldlon Brown, 503 Madison street, Pendleton. Oregon. Watch show window next week for the celebrated Stein Bloch smart lothlng. Every suit guaranteed all wool or money back. Alexander De partment Store. Are you Interested In the new things In new footwear. We carry Florshelm and Walkover shoes for men. See window display. Alex ander Dept. Store. Lost Dark, double-breasted suit of men's clothes, In Pendleton Dye Works box, between Pendleton and Lee's Crossing. Iteturn to this office and receive reward. Leave your order for Early Rose seed potatoes at Clark's Grocery, 644 xG6 Main street. We have a nice lot In sight, but If not bought soon we muy be all out of stock, Just as we were last year. Learn to be a sign painter at home. You can not learn from books. Get the practical experience and see the work done. The only way to learn. See F. II. Peale, with Lane. Signs. We have received advance ship ment of spring and summer suits for men and are offering this lot of 50 suits at 110, $12.50 and $15. Alex ander Dept. Store. See show window. TI.MF. TO PRI NK TREKS. FISH Choice roasts, steaks and boil ing meat fresh every day. , Lard, smoked and cured meats, wholesale and retail. EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phone Main 18 lnsMvtr AiIvIm Fruit Men to itt 1mmI Limlm and lYcpnre for Spraying. Fruit growers are urged by Coun ty Horticultural Inspector C. L. Whit ney to begin now the pruning of their trees. Not only will tills operation Improve the trees, but It will reduce much of the expense of spraying by eliminating ninny limbs, says the Walla Walla I'nlon. "This Is the time of the year for people to prune their trees and get ready for spraying." said Mr. Whit ney. "Care should be taken by them, however, not to cut the tops of the trees. Doing this only produces a bush top. The trees make n lot of shnde and the wood, but they do not bear fruit when they nre cut from the top. "The limbs should bo thinned out so as to let the sun and air through the brunches. Those limbs that cross and Interfere with one another should be rut away. To complete the Job. the tree should be balanced up prop erly so that It does not present a lop sided appearance. "In the process of prunulng some times as much as n third of a tree Is cut away. This, of course, reduces the expense of spraying that much. It also admits of a more thorough Job "I'eople In the country, I find, are taking a much greater Interest than usual. Most of the fruit trees are well attended to and the best and latest methods of caring for them are being sought. The Walla Walla and Umatilla county Inspectors are work ing together. We recognize the fact that It Is necessary rlnco the bugs do not recognize any such thing In their Incursions ns a state line." ua ncou and wife of Helix, are Pendleton visitors today. Fred Gelnger of pilot Hock Is her today on a trading trip. C. W. Wllner of Heppner, Is In the city today on a business trip. J. D. Cusey of Illlgard, Is In the city on a business trip today, Attorney C. E. Cochran of La Grande, was a Pendleton visitor to day. Clark Wood of the Weston Leader, Is In the city today on a business trip. Mrs. J. F. Adams of Walla Walla, Is In the city for a few days visiting friends. J. M. Swaggart the Athena hog ralser, Is In the city today on a trad ing trip. Dan P. Smythc left lant evening for Arlington and will bo srona until J uesday. J. .S. Norvell, the Helix hardware dealer, Is In the city today upon a bus iness trip. J. . Messner, a Baker City busi ness man, Is in the city today a guest of H.Hel St. George. O. E. Townsend, of Pendleton, spent the day here transacting business. I-a Grande Observer. O. O. Campbell of the Max Baer Store, Is now recovering from a Very severe attack of grip. C. A. Barrett of Athena, candidate for representative, Is in the city to day on a business trip. Ir. J. D. Planioudon and wife re turned to Athena at noon today after a short visit in the city. Hark Aclson, registration clerk at he county court house, left today for Walla Walla on a brief visit. W. G. Drowi.y of Baker City, is a guest of Hotel St. George for a few- days while here on business. Mrs. Rose Campbell left this morn lug for Portland, where she will re main for sev r.tl days on business. .Miss Lisle Dorothy came down last evening from her home near Milton and is visit ng with her sisters In this city. ill Driscoll, conductor on the Perry logging road, is here today on a nrier visit on ins return from Spo kane. Mrs. Lewis Cargill leaves A oday for Walla Walla to Join her husband, who is now employed in a drug store there. Mrs. II. J. Latourello, who has been dangerously ill at her residence at 813 Mill street, is now rapidly re covering. Mrs. E. A. Bunker left last n'ght for Weston, being called there by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. I ley Winn. La Grande Star. Dr. J. Grlswold of Helix, is In the city attending Will Knight, who was lirought to St. Anthony's hospital with an attack of appendicitis Wed nesday evening. Attorney Peterson came up from Pendleton Tuesday. He was accom panied by his brother Charles, who recently came to Oregon from North Carolina. Athena Press. Jack Candlsh, formerly conductor on tile Ia Grande division of the O. It. X., is In the city today from Duncan where himself and wife are visiting. Their little daughter has been critically 111 but is now greatly Improved. Ira Staggs, business manager of the Weston Normal Wireless, the of f rial paper published by the students and faculty of Weston Normal, was in the city this morning on business ccnnccteil with the Wireless. This is one of the best school papers issued In the northwest. CHURCH MUX TO BANQUET. Good Fellowship Club of Prcsbyteri on Church Will Huvo Social Session Next Thursday. On next Thursday evening the Good Fellowship club of the Presbyterian church will give a banquet in the lec ture room or tno church and a most pleasant time Is anticipated. The la dies of the church will serve the re past. At a meeting of the club held last evening it was decided to give the banquet and committees were ap pointed to tke charge of the affair. A program committee was named. consisting of Messrs. Fisher, Dowler, Temple, Funk and Hayes. The com mittee on banquet consists of Messrs. Funk, Penland, Harper, Thompson and Mayberry. Messrs. Van Nuys and Dowler constitute the Invitation com mittee. Special music will be pro vided and a number of toasts will be responded to. AMUSEMENTS A Real Western Favorite. Many have claimed the proud title of "favorite of the West," but with out question or doubt, Paul Gllmore is entitled to this high distinction, as this talented young actor is especally popular in every town from the Mis sissippi to the Pacific. No actor on the road has a larger personal fol lowing than this polished young dis ciple of the hlstronlc art, whose pro nounced success this season In "The Wheel of Love" has brought him I many compliments. Mr. Gllmore has been starring for seasons and In every role he has es sayed he has won Individual . y tnrougn meritorious work. He has many (rualitles that make for Buccesa Baking Powdcr I The only Baking Powder made Slil with Royal Crape Cream of Tartar Bjj55 H Insures healthful and 'Zb delicious food for every (fr&gh i home every day 1 Safeguards jour food against hvWl - w , ' ; v ; i Paul Gllmore in the "Whwl of Ive," at the Oregon Tlientor, IViday Xlght, February 28. Assessor Strain was In town Mon day and was a visitor at the Press of fice. Mr. Strain is one of the most effie'ent assessors In the state and in all probability he will be nominated by the people of the county for a third time. Athena Press. Bronson John G. Whlttlei", the Quaker poet, would have been wittier If he had been an Kngllshman. Woodson How do you make that out? Bronson Because he would have dropped his 'h,' Harper's Weekly. After Inventory Clearance Sale We are closing out all odds and ends in the sundry line at a big saving. You will find them on the cen ter table, and the price is about one-half. THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. The World's Blgsrest Klver. The basin of the Amazon covers an extent of 3, ("00,000 square miles. This mighty stream covers a superficies the total of which is as great ns the basins of the Mississippi, Orinoco and La Plata combined. Its current s enormous in volume. Marltus has es tlmated It at about 100,000 cubic feet a second. The mouth of the Amazon Is 150 miles wide and discharges 55, 000,000,000 gallons of water every hour, with a current rapidity of three miles. Scientific American. Motto (iocs llaok on Coins. "In God We Trust," according to the mandate issued by the house com mittee on coinage, goes back on I'ncle Sam's coins, In spite f any protest from President Roosevelt, who ordered the motto stricken off, says a Washington dispatch. But It is un derstood that the president will not oppose this movement. The McKlnley bill providing for the restoration of the motto was fa vorably reported by the committee. Shaw for Hc"rc)eiitatlvc. W. T. Shaw of the Hudson Bay district, one of the leading Irrigators of the north part of the county. Is prominently mentioned ns a candidate for the legislature and Is being urged by his friends to make the race. Mr. Shaw Is Identified with the Irrigation Interests of the north part of the county and Is one of the leading de velopers In that section. ' Sold Franklin Touring Car. The Pendleton Auto company has just sold a $1950 Franklin touring car to Mrs. Gideon Brown. This Is a beautiful and durable machine and carries f ve passengers. In the hlstronlc art; he Is talented, handsome, graceful and always nat ural and unaffected. The role of Jack Hartley in "The Wheel of Love'' Is peculiarly well suited to him and his supporting company Is of"1 even balance and careful selection, Insur ing adequate portrayal of every char acter. His manager has provided scenery and costumes of the requisite stand ard. Mr. Gilmore has visited Pen dleton regularly every season for sev eral years, always pleasing his au diences. He has played here as star in such successes as "The Tyranny of Tears," "The Mummy and the Hum ming Bird," "Captain Debonnalre' and "At Yale," In the latter last sea son and Pendleton will have oppor tunity of seeing Mr. Gllmore and his excellent company at the Oregon on February 28 in "The Wheel of Love." 'On the Isle of Nowhere." There will be a grand opening at the Star theater tonight, the man agement having arranged to present something new and up to date. The burlesque "On the Isle of Nowhere" will be presented. There will be an all star cast of comedians, singers and dancers, among them being Lottie Dale, Maxlne Tresmond, Eva Brown. Maynon Stewart, Tom Gaynor, C. M Devere and others. There will be two performances each evening with a becy of pretty girls, music, etc. A matinee Is being given this afternoon and there will be another tomorrow afternoon. The dime which has been present ing a fine lot of moving pictures the past few days, will have another change tomorrow, and this will be A KVntueky trotter Is oddly named Pool oooooooo Pot-8-o's. We Sell on the positive guarantee that if it does not give satis faction we will return the entire amount of money paid us for it. We mean this and ask all those who are sick and need strength to try it with this understanding. THE PEN'DLETOX DKFG CO., Pendleton, Oregon. one of the finest yet seen here. They points will be Initiated Into the order will be funny and sensational pic-' of the Woodmen of the World at the tures, beautiful colorings and Ulusv big initiation to be held here on Mon trated songs. i dav nleht bv Pendleton rmn r n Organizer A. G. Saunders is delighted with the response which has been made to the membership campaign of the past two months. The Eagle show shop has a change of orogram today, also illustrated songs. This Is one of the most pop ular places of amusement In the city and the manager Is putting forth ever effort to secure only the best Pictures and the new change will be one of the best yet seen. Ttev Alien Wilson to Portland. Rev. Allt.n Wilson, the Christian evangelist who has conducted meet ings In this city for the past six weeks with the greatest success left louay on So. 1 for Portland, where he will begin a series of evangelistic meetings tomorrow. Rev. Wilson has a host of friends In the city during his stay here and Is a capable. forceful and scholarly Christian gen tleman. He will go from Portland, at the close of his meetings there, to Georgia. "I'm taking a straight vote." "Well, put me down as bein' agn 'em." Louisville Courier-Journal. Savanah, Woodmen AVI11 Have Rig Class. Over 80 candidates from outside ANOTREDAMELADY'SAPPEAL To all knowing sufferers of rheuma tism, whether muscular or of the Joints, Sciatica, lumbagos, backache, pains In the kidneys or neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home treatment which has repeatedly cured all of these tortures. She feels It her duty to send it to all sufferers FREE. You cure yourself at home, as thous ands win testify no change of cli mate being necessary. This simple discovery barffshes uric acid from the blood, loosens the stiffened Joints, purifies the blood, and brightens the eyes. If the above Interests you, for proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box R. Notre Dame, Ind. Hear Them Monday Night The IKWby Assisted by Gertrude Caniield M. E. CHURCH Monday, Feb. 24 Management Great Western Lyceum and Musical Bureau. A Treat awaits all lovers of music, who attend this attraction as they are famous as past masters of the art of producing harmony and melody. When in Pendleton Make your head quarters at HENNEMAN'S CIGAR STORE Cigars, Tobaccos, Candles, Fruits and Smokers' Supplies. A UENTLKMAVS KKSOltT FOR A QOET GAME AXD SMOKE.