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-Hi svC M. PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OKEMJNIAN. PENDLETON, OKESON. SATI HDAY, MAUCU 21 1908. fouiititeh; pages. One Per Cent of Your Purchase Here Goes to the CEMETERY FUND. Society events; You may as well understand at the beginning that if you want good clothes, you must go where they are for sale. You'll have no trouble finding a lot of clothes you dont want; the trouble with them'is, you may think you want them until you begin to wear them; then you're sorry for yourself. This Store is the Home ' of Good Clothes That means as high a standard as can be set, it means all-wool quality in clothes, reliability in service, fine tailoring, perfect style -These clothes are made for us, the fabrics are exclusive for this store, you wont find any like them any where else. You want our kind of clothes; and here they are for you. With plenty of other good things to wearHats, Shirts, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Neckwear We'll put the right things before you at the right prices. I' I Kfe'tt-t"'''- I jjl jl J II mm mm- Th e ireo&ies a Where it Pays to Trade Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffner & Marx Warehouse Save Your Coupons Miss Eleanor LVspaln entertained a few friends yesterday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mr. John Isaacs of AUo. 1'rogresslvo "500" formed an enjoyable pastime. Mrs. h. G. Frnzler won the prize for greatest number of points. x Mrs. Harry Dickers was the honor ed guest of one of the most pleasant companies of the week on Friday afternoon, when Mrs. T. T. Oeer en tertained a number of Mrs. Dicker's friends as a farewell gathering pre vious to Mrs. Dicker's departure to Salem, where she will make her future home. Mrs. Charles Adams entertained In formally this afternoon in honor of Mr. Adams' sister, Mrs. F. T. Wilbur of Memphis, Tenn., who Is her guest. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson, after a short visit In Pendleton, left on Thursday for Portland, where they will reside In the future. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Frailer will soon be at home at the McCourt resi dence on Main street, which was re cently purchased by Mr. Frazler. Mrs. James Keeney returned home on Tuesday from a visit at Portland and Heppner. Mr. and Mrs' James Johns have rented the house of Mrs. M. A. Thompson on Madison street. and will '.soon take possession. Mrs. n. Alexander left on Thurs day for Daker City, where she will be the guest of her mother. Mrs. Char Iotta Epplnger. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Durke are ex pected to arrive In Pendleton soma time next week from a lengthy stay at Phoenix Ariz. Mrs. E. R. Swinburne will leave next week for a visit at Portland. Miss Hazel Crosson and Miss Fay Dartholomew will give a recital at Athena on Saturday, March 2S. Mrs. Thomas Spore will soon leave for Elgin to reside, where her hus- uana is now engaged In the business. Churches M. E. Church Soutlu The services at the M. E. church, south, corner of Webb and Aura streets, will be conducted by the pas tor, J. D. Lieuallen. The subject for the morning service will be, "The ap plication of the Lord's prayer to our every day life." The subject for the evening, "Personal Influence and moral responsibility." Sunday school at 10 o'clock. The Church it tlio ItixK-emer. There ;:l be a celebration of the holy communion tomorrow morning at 7:20 o'cloek. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Ilvine service and sermon at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The public Is cor dially invited. Charles Qulnney, rec- Flrrt M. E. Church. I"rt M. K. rhurch. corner Webb and J.jhnfon streets, W. T. Euster pastor, residence-60S Johnson street. Subject for morning service, "Th one Feature of Dlbie Religion In Which the Mormon Church Is Ahead of a!l Protestant and Catholic Churches." In the evening the sub Jert win be "The Fifth Gospel, or the Wonderful Land in Which the Bible waa Written In Relation to Making Faith .Easy and the Bible a New '.ii;." The male quartet will sing at the niomir.g service and the Glee club of Pendleton academy will ring at the evening service. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Junior league at 3 p. m. COFFEE Your grocer must sell foor coffee; we can't 'all be comfortable; but he needn't sell it to you. Tour rrvor return your montj if yoa don't like StLiliinir'f t we pay him. Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. Praise and prayer service on Wednesday night. The Brotherhood of Saint Paul meets Tuesday night in the reception room in the basement of the church. A banquet for the Ladles' Aid society on Thursday night will be given by the Brotherhood of Saint Paul. first Presbyterian Church, Presbyterian, church, corner College and Alta, W. L. Van Xuys, pastor. Morning worship, 10:30, sermon: "The Joy of Salvation." Bible chool at 12 m. Young Peoples' meeting, 6:30 p. m. Evening praise and evan gelistic service, 7:30; sermon: "Christ In Common Life." A cordial invita tion is extended to those who have no church home. First Christian Church. Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Systematic series In the Bible study. Separate class rooms and a class for any age or grade. W. F. Taylor, superinten dent; 11 a. m, communion and preaching. Subject of sermon, "The Triumphs of the Cross." 3 p. m., Jun ior Endeavor and Mission Band; 6:30 p. m Young Peoples' society C. E. Topic: "The wise use of money and Influence. Miss Lula Keller, leader. 7:30 p. m., sermon, "The Brazen Ser pent. Wednesday evening, prayer meeting and c'.iolr practice. Friday evening, teachers' training course. A cordial Invitation to all our services. A. Mackenzie Meldrum, pastor. First Ilaptlst Chnrch. Baptist church, corner of East Alta and Johnsmon streets. Rev. R. E. Sto rey, pastor, residence, 302 East Alta. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, with sermon, "Self-denial." Evening wor ship at 7:30. Short sermon. "The Forty Days." Bible school at 10 c'clock with organized classes for l)oth young men and young women. Junior union at 3:30 for boys and girls. Young Peoples' union at 6:30. Midweek praise and pra,yer service, Wednesday evening at 7:30, subject, '"What the Word Can Do." Special home mission offering Sunday even ing at 6:30 by the young people. WOX HIS FORTUNE. Former Pendleton By Sells Ills Fnnn for $10,000 And Will Rest Vp. Harry Folsom has disposed of his fine tract of land, lying west of Pi lot Rock, at a price, while not posi tively stated, Is believed to be close to $20 per acre. The Folsom tract Is said to be exceptionally fine farm land. The land was bought by Les ter Anderson, a farmer who lives north of Pendleton, and while Mr. Folsom admits having sold the land for less than other farm lands are held at In that vicinity, he says that he is satisfied with the deal, as he i-.as made money and Is willing that the buyer should make some also, says the Pilot Rock Record. Mr. Folsom pinned his faith to this part of Umatilla county In 1881. Mr. Folsom had very little money to work on, but his credit was good as every body knew him to be a steady, hard working boy. For years he was em ployed In his father" blacksmith shop, opposite the court house In Pendleton, and while other young men were spending their money having a "good time," Harry was investing his in horses and land west of Pilot Rock. Some of his best friends advised him to put his hard-earned dollars to bet ter use, saying that the "cussed coun try would never amount to anything," but Harry was obdurate and he clung fast to his horses and range lands. He got other members of the family to take up claims and after years, of good management and hard work he and his family got title to three sec tions of land. When horses were a drug on the market, Harry never admitted own ing any, but kept right on breeding more and better horses until he had a band of several hundred. A change for the bettor finally came and HarJ ry commenced letting go of a few of 1 Is horses. He never sold one for less than $65 and he has received us high as 1250 for some of them. In the last 60 days he has sold $2000 worth of horses and has still a large band left which he is disposing of at good prices. The land that he commenced ac quiring title to when bunch grass was knee high all over it, primarily for grazing purposes, be has now sold for upwards of $40,000. Kodo Is to.lay the best known rem edy for all disorders of the stomach, such as dyspepsia, heart burn, sour stomach and belching of gas. Sold here by Tallman & Co. Mrs. Meanthl"g Henry, I have to write a paper for our club on "The Woman Who Deliberates Is Lost." Have you uny suggestions to make? Mr. Meanthing Well, I don't know. You might make It "Extinct" instead of "Lost." drug Miss Edith Epple Is visiting at El lensburg. Mrs. Stevens of La Grande. Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Fra zler. who Is at present convalescing, from a severe attack of the grip. Next Thursday evening the members of the Christian church will give a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kees, in honor of Andrew Mc Kenzle Meldrum. The reception will be held from 8 o'clock until 10 and the public Is Invited to attend. The officers of Bushee chapter No. 19, of the Order of Eastern Star of this city, tendered a pleasant surpris0 to Mrs. H. E. Dickers, worthy matron of the chapter, who Is going nway to Salem soon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Vert on College street, Tuesday evening. A sumptuous din ner was served and the officers of the chapter Joined in presenting Mrs. Dickers with a beautiful souvenir In dian spoon, In token of her services as presiding officer, and the evening was pleasantly spent by the party. The colors of the order wre used In decorating the dining room which had been tastily arranged for the occasion by Mrs. Vert Mrs. Bickers Is one c the oldest uod most active- member of Busheu chapter and was electe I worthy matron at the beginning of th present year. Mr. and Mrs. Blckor will leave, for Salem soon, where Mi Bickers will be superintendent of , new state Institution. A delightful reception was glvon b Mrs, J. H. Raley and her daughtot Miss Adna, at tholr home on Col leg street Thursduy aftornoon, in honor e Mrs. John McCourt, who loft toda for her future homo In Portlanc About 50 ladles were present. . Uc freshments were served and the aftei noon was passed In a most pleasar manner. The annual reception for new men bers at tho M. E. church, was hel Thursday evening In the audltorlu- of the church, The address of w coma waa given by Rev. Euster, pa tor of the church, and Dr. Colomt Invoked the dlvlno blessing. Refreal ments were served by the Ladles'. A society of the church and a mo pleasant evening enjoyed by a lari assemblage of church members, delightful musical program was rei dered during tho evening. About 2( have been received Into members'n during the past year. Miss Bertha Nell, daughter of K and Mrs. H. R. Nell, was married i March IB. to Mr. Hugh Darker Conronnully. Wash. The ccemor . occurred at Conconnuly, which Is county seat of Okanogan count' Wash. They will make their futu home there, where Mr. Darker h. a ranch. The bride Is well known to tV penplo of this clly and vicinity for she lived here during the great portion of her lifetime. She atter ed sehooj In Pendleton. Mrs. Selkirk Norton. Tencher of Vo t Is open for engagements for c certs, oratorios, teas, receptions, cl ':.. public and social functions I' terms apply at studio, Room ; J Schmidt building. Crafty Girl. "Yes." snld the miss who was writ ing a love letter, "every time I write a word nnd am not sure It is spelled correctly I make a blot over It." "But don't you think he will be suspicious of so many blots?" asked her chum. "No. Indeed. You see, I Just draw a little heart around It and he thinks every blot Is a kiss." After Once Tasting ytnoi no one wants an old-fashioned cod liver oil prepara tion or emulsion, because Vinol is a much better body builder and strength creator for old people, weak children , and for coughs, colds, bron chitis, etc. If it does no good we will return your money. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO., Pendleton. Oregon. I Bargains Bargains Bargains Closing Out Entire Stock G r n nerasey ransic Violins, Mandolins, Guitar Strings and all Musical Fittings at One-Half Price. fyvoni" you have never laughed. you ao not mugn. you never intend to laugh you cannot laugh- Change your luck and take in THE TEA TONIGHT Hhh School Gym. Open AH Night. A Seek Foil of Fun for JQ Qfe SEE! SEE! Only red-headed Arab in captivity. Maud, most intelligent animal alive. Imported and deported natives, 3 G-r-r-r-eat brass bands Freaks of human nature in Incubators. "Shoot or get Shot." 2-headed scandihoovian. Menagerie of Monstrosities.