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DAILY EAST OREGON IAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, MAKCII 20, 1908.
EIGITT .PAGES.
BRIEF RECORD OF
COUNTY EVENTS
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Special Correspondence
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NEWS Of WESTON
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Friday and Saturday Specials
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Have
The rooster cried:
"I could swear. If I tried,
That there goes a bonnet
With my tail feather on It"
Something to crw DOut
NEW SPRING CLOTHING.
you seen our new Alfred Benjamin
arrival? If not, you're behind the
times. Better call on us today and
make your selections before the big
rush. We've sot a large stock and
assortment from which to take your
pick.
Bond Brothers
Leading Clothiers
Wm
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3 WANTED
I want re bur from owner baring
GOOD FARM or v
BUSINESS
for sale, any size and any local
ity. Not particular about loca
tion. If you wont cadb for your
farm or business It will pay yon
to write me today. I only want
to hear from owners who are
willing to sell direct to buyers
and without paying a cent of
commission to anyone. I am
not a real estate agent and I
don't accept properties for sale
on a commission basis. Agents
need not answer. If your farm
or business is for sale write me
at once and I will send you free
full details of my new plan of
putting you in touch with hund
reds of people anxious to buy. I
miL-4 hear from you quickly, ns
I have more buyers than I have
properties to recommend. It
cowts you nothing to write to me
and I may have someone wlio
wants your place and will pay
your full price. In wTitlng give
price and. description and state
how soon possession can be had.
L Daibyshire. Drawn 9J4 Rochester.H.Y.
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PREPARING FOR FIRST
MARKET PAY IN WESTON.
Will De Held Every Other Saturday
In Future Continue Extension of
Electric Line Into W'CMton Glee
Club Gives Enjoyable Concert
Rain Benefited Grain Fields.
Weston. March 20. Great nreoa-
rati.ina are belnr made for Weston's
first market day, which will be held
tomorrow. Goods have been listed
for the past week at the Proebstel
hardware store. ' Some very fine
farming stock will be on sale at this
time. The Weston Commercial asso
ciation will have charge of these
sales, which will be conducted every
other Saturday In the future.
ReDOrts come In to the effect that
the men who are now making surveys
for the Walla Walla Traction compa
ny's line into Weston from Freewater,
are making good headway, ana tne
line will probably be extended into
Weston within six months' time.
The O. R. & N. depot will soon have
an attractive lawn, which is among
thP several lmnrovements that have
been secured through the efforts of
Agent C. C. Walters.
The Whitman College Glee club or
Walla Walla, gave an entertainment
at Weston Normal auditorium Wed
nesday evening.
The wheat fields In this section
are looking fine sine the rains of a
few days ago. For a time it was
feared that there would bca serious
flood, but no material damage was
done In the vicinity of Weston.
M A, Thrasher has purchased the
barber shop of W. M. Powers on Main
street, Mr. Powers having been com
nelled to rotlre on account of Illness
after having conducted the business
for 25 years.
DELIGHTFUL SHAMROCK
PARTY AT MILTON HOME.
Young Souple Are Tendered a Pleas
ant Surprise Work on Catholic
Church Will Be Resumed in Short
Time Revivals Being Held at
Freewater Church.
Milton, March 20. A shamrock
party was held at the home of N. A.
Davis Thursday evening, which was
one of the most delightful events of
the season. It was given by the sec
ond year academy class of Columbia
college, In honor of the students and
the faculty, and the students of the
business departments. A delightful
program was carried out after which
a luncheon was served.
A surprise was tendered to A. E.
Bostwlck and wife at their home on
the evening of March 17. A musical
and literary program was carried out
and a pleasant evening was enjoyed
by a large company of friends.
Mrs. S. B. Wlnslow has returned
to Lewlston after visiting here for
some days.
Jerry Stone of Athena, was a recent
visitor here on business.
ME p8S
Freewater Notes.
Freewater, March 20. Work
on
No Tse to Die.
"I have found out that there is no
use to die of lung trouble as long as
you can get Dr. King's New Discov
ery," says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rush
boro. Pa. "I would not be alive today
only for that wonderful medicine. It
loosens up a cough quicker than any
thing else, and cures lung diseases."
This most reliable remedy for coughs
and colds, la grippe, asthma, broncti
tls and hoarseness, is sold under guar
antee at Tallman & Co.'s drug store.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
GRAIN LOOKS FIXE.
SEWING MACHINE FOR
EVERYBODY
Don't send away for machines. I
can give you a machine fully war
ranted for 20, J25 and up to 160.
Something new. Something you
have never seen before. The latest
Improvement of the age. Come and
see and get prices.
Lot of second-hand machines, good
as new, 10 to $20. Others for $5
and Ii.
JESSE FAILING, Agent
Near bridge. 'Phone Main 24.
Watchmaker
Manufacturing
i Jeweler i
s
Vii wuift su m ou-
claSS and guaranteed.
C. A. STRIKER
Pendleton, Oregon
EMPIRE BLOCK
West Webb Street.
Many Attend Funcrni of Well Known
Woman nt Walla walla.
Helix, March 20. The rains have
made the grain in this vicinity look
fine, and It Is now standing about
four and five inches high in most
places. The farmers are getting on
fine with spring work, and a bounti
ful harvest is expected.
Many of the people of Helix went
over to Walla Walla Wednesday to
attend the funeral of Mrs. D. B.
Richardson, who died In Pendleton
last Sunday. The remains were taken
from here via Wallula to Walla Walla.
Funeral services were held at the
grave under the auspices of the
Ladles of the Maccabees. The de
ceased leaves many friends here, and
the relatives have the; sympathy of
all.
COAL
Rock Springs
Bridger
Vulcan
2,000 Pounds
to the Ton. -
Phone Main 8
OREGON
Lumber Yard
Best Healer In the World.
Rev. F. Starblrd, of East Raymond,
Maine, says: "I have used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for several years, on my
old army wound, and other obstinate
sores, and find It the best healer In
the world. I use It too with great
success In my veterinary business."
Price ?5c at Tallman & Co.'s drug
store.
Hotel St. George.
r. a. Fair. Seattle: T. Keoghn, San
Francisco: M. Meyer, Portland: J. G.
Calllson, Portland; L. D. Heater,
Portland; W. McOiffert, heattie;
v rinpv. Detroit: E. Rtueplese,
Portland: J. T. McNaught, Hermls-
ton; J. Bevan, Portland; F . o eii
and wife, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Ames, Suncook; J. T. Lacey, portion-
n F Corrle. Portland; L.
Schoil, Jr., Echo; R. Scheld, Portland;
v ctarr Twlston: F. A. Watrous,
Portland'; A. G. Ogllvle, Portland; J.
Slsk, Boston; C. Hoebeke, Chicago;
i vane. Newport: F. L. Seavnie,
rurHon: H. F. Warner. Bourne; G. H.
Smith, Spokane; O. W. Hanchett,
Bradford; Mrs. G. Laslett, Spokane;
Mrs. H. L. Moody, Spokane; Dr. U.
F. Hannear and wife, Crawford; Mrs.
A. D. Keller, Miles; W. R. Reddlg,
Portland; W. B. Grlffltt, Portland; E.
Culp, Portland.
Notice to Poultry Raisers.
The hatching season. Is now open
and I am prepared to furnish settings
of full blood, single comb white leg'
horn eggs, to the trade In any quan
tity desired. 7 ner hundred. Fer
further Information phone Main it.
A. Nolte.
Get DeWiffs Corboflzed Witch Ha
zel Salve It is giod for piles. Sold
by Tallman & Co.
Mrs. Selkirk Norton. Teacher of Voice
Is open for engagements for con
certs, oratorios, teas, receptions, club.
public and social functions For
term? apply at studio, Room 10
Schmidt building.
Watch for th dlnplay In Gray
the new Catholic church at this place
will be under way In a very short
time. Father Noody has Just had a
temporary house and stable built on
the lots that have been purchased by
the church, and he states that work
on all buildings will go on as rapidly
as possible.
Rev. M. R. Dodds. and Rev. Mr.
Maxon of Walla Walla and Sunny
side, are holding a series of revival
services In Freewater, and a great In
terest is being shown In the meetings.
The board of directors of the Fruit
growers' union met in Walla Walla
j-esterday to get plant for the new
packing house tha they will build
this season.
Do tlie right thing If you have Na
sal Catarrh. Get Ely's Cream Balm at
once. Don't touch the catarrh pow
ders and snuffs, for they contain co
aalne. Ely's Cream Balm releases the
secretions that Inflame the nasal
passages and the throat, whereas
medicines made with mercury mere
ly dry up the secretions and leave
you no better than you were. In a
word, Ely's Cream Balm Is a real
remedy, not a delusion. All druggists,
50 cents, or mailed by Ely Bros, 56
Warren street, New York.
at
THE' FAIR.
1000 YARDS OF 8 1-So CALICO AT Ho YD
600 YARDS OF 12io OUTING FLANNEL AT 10c YD
200 YARDS OF INDIA LINON AT 6e YD
100 YARDS OF 75c DRESS GOODS, FINE PATTERNS, AT. . . 4o YD
100 YARDS OF LIGHT COLORED FLANNELETTES, 150 KIND, SPEC-
LVL PRICE 8c YD
50 PAIRS OF LADIES' SHOES, SMALL SIZES, WORTH $2.50 AND $3,
SPECIAL, $1.48
20 BOYS' SUITS WORTH $5 TO $8, SPECIAL 13.08
SO BOYS' SUITS WORTH UP TO $9, SPECIAL $
MEN'S WOOLEN UNDERWEAR, $1.25 VALUES, SPECIAL Mo
BOYS' HEAVY WEIGHTS FLEECED UNDERWEAR, 5c KIND,
NOW , 4c
LADIES' STREET HATS FOR SPRING WEAR AT HALF REGULAR
PRICE.
15 DOZEN LADIES' HOSE, SPECLU 8c PAIR
MEN'S GUM BOOTS, $3.50 KIND, SPECIAL AT $2 B8
200 YARDS OF EMBROIDERY, Co TO 10c VALUES, SPECIAL. . 5o YD
t
He Fair. Dep't Store
Pendleton, Oregon
ENGINEERS TO .MEET.
Loeomotlvo Drivers of the Northwert
in Selon at Spokane.
A convention of delegates of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
from all sections of the northwest
and Canada will be held In this city
on April 1 and 2, and It is expected
that most of the grand officers of
the union will be In attendance, says
the Spokane Chronicle.
Invitations have been extended to
all of the grand officers to attend the
session, and It Is expected that most
of them will come, unless detained by
a convention to be held in Chicago
the latter part of the present month.
Hpadouartera will be established at
'the Halliday hotel In this city. On
the evening of April 2 a grand ball
will be given at the Elks' temple by
the local lodge In honor of the visitors.
The committee of arrangements for
the meeting consists of G. O. Barn
hart, chairman: C. F. Hobart, secre
tary; D. S. McDonaJd and C. H
Smith. The committee on constitu
tion and by-laws Is composed of Fred
Morgan, H. H. Dean, J. P. Helnzer,
J. A. Miller and F. E. Woodworth.
The third annual ball of the local
brotherhood, held at Hlllyard last
evening, was the most successful yet
given by the local lodge. The com
mittee of arrangements consisted of
William Pannon, H. R. Jones and F.
E. Woodworth. The floor committee
was F. Teagor, I. G. Sauter, C. II.
Smith, Otto Donaldson and D. G.
Rleman.
The Infant death rate of the fash
ionable end of London is 11 per cent,
while that of the east end Is 38 per
cent.
e
Mai
e in
New York
ENJAMIN and
"Correct
Clothes for
Men" are
synonymous terms.
B
m
Benjamin " Clothes are
the creation of the best
talent in New York,
the home of the most
skilled designers and
tailormen in the world.
The Prices are always
Right.
We alone sell them in
this city.
BOND BROS.
Pendleton's Leading Clothiers
mm
Morrie B. Streeter, Lessee and Manager
Wednesday, March 25
LOCAL TALENT IN
"The Parish Priest"
A Beautiful Pastorial Drama in 3 Acts.
Act I, Faith Act II, Hope
Act III, .Charity
Benefit
....Pendleton Brass Band....
Specialties Between Acts
PRICES: 35c, 50c, and 75c.
Reserve Sale at Pendleton Drug Co.
We give a guarantee with every
Perfection Felted Silk Floss
MATTRUSS
Absolutely the best made for the trade.
Let us sell you one, b all we ask it will convince
you of its superior merit.
we seii the famous Charter Oak Ranges
Graham Furniture Co.
8 j 5 Main St House Furnishers
TO YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
Do you want to achieve Success In L'fe? Do you want to be In
dependent? There la but one way to accomplish these results. Tou must
have the necessary qualifications. Educational groundwork la most
essential to a successful start In business. A common school edu
cation is not sufficient.
A course at a Good Business College Is the only sure foundation
on which tho mighty superstructure of success can be reared, and
no young man or young woman should neglect to secure the prac
tical knowledge and training which such a course will give.
ENTIsn NOW and you can complete your course before the
summer vacation.
Second Term begins Monday, February 3, 1908.
Catalogue free on request.
PENDLETON BUSINESS COLLEGE
PENDLETON, OREGON.
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Oros.' window.

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