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TEN PAOB8.
DABT EAST OMEUOWIAN, PKNDLKTTOJf, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1908.
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F FOR MEET
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FOR. READY MADE
Misses' White Confirmation
Dresses, Call at
Pendleton Cloak and Suit House
They are made of beautiful Persian Lawns, trimmed with fine two-thread
or Val. Laces, also Embroidery trimmed. The variety of styles we show
are so pleasing, it will be easy to make a selection. Special for Easter, at
$2.00, $250, $3.00 and $4.50.
Also a beautiful new line of Embroidery Flouncing Eylet and Shadow styles
speacial for Easter)
50c, 75c and $1.00 per yard.
Buy of us and it's allright
City Brevities
Ioe cream at Hohbach's.
White Havlland China at Demott't.
All kinds of (rood dry wood. See
Mtoals.
8ee Minnie for food, dry wood that
burns. Lots of It on hand.
Qrahara is back at the old stand,
next to St. George restaurant
Wanted To rent cottage of sevea
or eight rooms. Inquire this office.
Dressed chickens every day at
Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black
mi,
Singer Sewing Machines sold or
rented. See Hensley, 126 W. Court
street.
Moved to the building next door
to St. George hotel Graham Furni
ture store.
' All kinds of transfer work done
promptly. SHansberry A Milne,
Phone Main I.
New supply of Merry Widow sail
ers, all colors and prices, just receiv
ed at Campbell's millinery.
Early rose, late rose, early Ohio,
white Umatilla and American wonder
seed potatoes at Demott's.
Wizard Lawn Mowers excel. Our
prices are right. Goodman Hardware
Co. See our line of lawn hose.
Don't forget the old shoemaker
when you need shoes, aa he has the
best. A. Eklund, Court street
Havlland china, crockery, glass
ware and cooking utensils In any
quantity and endless variety at De
mon's. For sale'or trade, one 14 -horse Pitts
triple gear power and one 4-horse
well drill outfit. Call at 601 Perkins
Avenue.
Too mucn business for the old
stand. You'll now find the Graham
Furniture corapany.next to St. George
Hotel.
An apron and fancy article sale
-will be given by the Ladisa Auxiliary
society for the benefit of St. An
thony's hospital, May 2. 1908.
Wanted Manager for new branch
of our business here In Pendleton.
Write promptly, with references, Nor
Tls Wholestle House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Safety Insurance Gasoline Stoves
are approved by the National Board
of Fire Underwriters. Made right
works right. Sold by Goodman Hard
ware Co.
rf.v. nonius at spokane.
Former Paor of Pendleton to Hold
Dig Revival Meeting.
The Spokane Chronicle says of the
evangelistic meetings to be held In
that city by Rev. Victor Dorrls, for
merly of this city:
A revival meeting will begin at the
Dean Avenue Christian , church on
Wednesday evening, April 16. Rev.
Victor Dorrls will be the evangelist
He Is an evangelist of wide experience
and a preacher of great power He
has held meetings with the best
churches in the Christian church and
hus had great success In his meetings.
Mr. Dorrls has just closed a meet
Ing at Missoula Mont. Rev. W. H
Bagley, the past r of the Christian
church there, writes of him In high
est terms. "He Is a princely and pow
erful preacher. His preaching is far
and beyond that done by the aver
age evangelist. His best is simply
grand."
The meetings at the Dean Avenue
church will he held every evening
during the week and twice on Sunday.
R.YIN WELCOMED.
Mrs. Selkirk Norton. Teacher of Voice
Is open for engagements for con
certs, oratorios, teas, receptions, clnb,
public and social functions For
terms apply at studio, Room 10,
Schmidt bulldlnr.
WE WILL BUY TOUR
Your Cold and Silver
and pay you the highest
cash pricefor it.
If you have an old piece
of Jewelry which is not
doing you any service
bring it to us and we will
make it over for you at a
very small cost.,
Louis Hunziker
Jeweler and Optician.
726 Main St.
1'nmtilU County Gladdened by Good
Shower Today, i
Smiles of gladnegs adorn the faces
of the sheepmen and farmers today
as consequence of the rain which
prevailed last night and today. To
the woolgrowers especially the show
ers came t an o'pportunt time for the
weather had been dry so long that
losses were threatened.
"This rain is a blessing and we
would like to have a week of It," de
clared J. E. Smith this forenoon. It
was becoming very dry and If the
drought hud continued for two weeks
longer the lambs would have suffered.
But as It Is we have never had a more
successful lambing season and there
lins been no lis In this county."
Among cattlemen and wheatralsers
nlso there is no objection to the ral.i
though they are not menaced as were
the sheepmen. According to those
familiar with the crop situation the
wheat would hove been alright even.
had the dry weather continued for
several weeks longer. However, rains
at this time are always welcome and
they are especially beneficial to those
having spring plowing to do.
FEW DRIVERS LEFT
SALT LAKE PAPER
RECALLS STAGE DAYS
HIGH SCHOOL AWAITING
FRIDAY'S EVENT
At Early Morning Meeting All Ar
rangements for Track and Field
Meet Were Made Event Will Be
Held in Frazler Field on Tutullla
and an Admission of 35 Cents Will
lie Clinrged.
An early morning meeting of the
high school student body was held to
day for the purpose of taking up
business relating to the track meet
to be held here Friday and which
time the local students will go against
the Pearson academy team. The
meeting was presided over by Arthur
Means, president, and much enthu
siasm was manifested.
The track meet Is to be held at
the Frazler race track on Tutullla
and an admission of 36 cents each
will be charged for attendance. As
considerable money has to be raised
to defray the expenses ,of the meet
the students are now selling tickets
for the event.
During the present year the high
school people have not raised a cent
of money by subscription, but on the
other hand have defrayed all student
expenses by money received from
student enterprises. This being the
case they contend they should have
the free support of all during the
track season.
One lone Old Stage Driver Left In
Salt Lake City Reminiscences of
Early Days and Indian Fights-
Deep Creek Incident Is Recalled.
RAKER REGISTRATION.
Republican List Shows Falling Off of
328 Since 1006.
By reference to the complete reg
istration In this county there Is a
falling off of republican voters to the
extent of 3:18, while there Is a fall
ing off of but 46 democratic votes
savs the Bnker City Democrat. The
full registration for the several par
ties show, democrats 1503, republl
enn 1777, socialist lis, independent
90. prohibition 90, relnconstructlonlst
1, total 3499.
The full registration for 1906 shows
democrats 1549, republicans 2105,
socialists 167, all others 207, total 4
028.
A telegram directed to the secre
tary of state from India by tho vice
roy declares that In consequence of
droughts the area sowed In wheat Is
34 per cent less than In the last year
and that the area of flax and other
crops will be 37 per cent less. Offi
cial statistics for India show In round
numbers for 1907 Importations of $3,
230,000.000; exportatlons, $1,130,000,
000. A notable fact Is the Increase
in the Importations of wheat and oth
er cereals.
All the news
Bast Oregonlan.
all the time In the
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THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST.
The old race of stage drivers has
pretty well passed away In this re
gion, Bays the Salt Lake Telegram,
with a note of sadness in its tone.
One Is otill hobbling around Zlon on
crutches. His enemy is rheumatism
in one knee, the knee that In the old
days worked the brake.
If an enterprising reporter will
look him up, he can in half an hour
get a story that will make two or
reminiscences, for it was strenuous!
work to drive a stage west of Salt
three columns of most interesting
Luke in the overland days.
Many a driver was killed and some
deeds of heroism were performed, in
the shadows of the desert, as splen
did as ever made the stories of the
days of knighthood.
This old driver, Dan Bobbins, is
one whom old-timers know. There
Is another one there, Ed Cook. He
was telling the other day how one
driver drove Into Deep Creek station
A man was on the seat beside him
and others in the stake.
As he neared the station he said
to the man beside him. "I do not
like the looks of things here." Just
then an Indian whom he had often
fed rose up and shot him through the
breast; another shot struck the man
beside him and he fell insensible Into
the boot of the stage.
The driver called for some one in
the stage to come from the Inside to
help him. A man climber out, and
the driver gave him the leaders
reins and said: "Keep them straight
in the road and urge them on; I am
gone," and sank down and died in the
boot.
All the men at the station had been
killed. That was but one Incident of
early staging. Those tragedies were
frequent clear to the Sierras, and it
was only about 40 years ago.
isow men growl at paying three
cents per mile on a Pullman, making
me wnoie 600 miles in comfort In 24
hours or less, and the Idie and care
less ones do not stop to think that the
foundation of states are laid on the
stilled hearts of pioneers; that men
who for a beggarly salary were ready
any time to take their lives In their
hands and face the cold, the heat, the
thirst and the savage that civilization
might, from crude beginnings, build
at last its industries, its temnles and
Its homes.
BACK FROM HAlfFORD.
I. W, Fox Makes Many Land Soles in
Irrigation Belt.
J. W. Fox, representative of the
Spencer. Fox & Gregory company, re
turned to the city yesterday afternoon
from Hanford, Wash., and Is now ar
ranging to return to that place Friday
with another bunch of prospective In-
stors. '
Many local people have already In
vested In small tracts of land at Han
ford and without exception those wh )
have purchased declare their confi
dence In the project.
The Hanford Columbian, a neat lit
tle eight-page paper, has Just been
started at Hanford and will aid In the
work of building up that town ond
section. The paper Is one of the
brightest and best appearing of the
small weeklies In eastern Washington.
BAKER KNIGHTS COMING.
Pendleton Commandery Will Enter
tain Their Brethren Easter Sunday.
This year the Baker City Knights
Templar will Join with their Pendle
ton brothers In an Easter service and
Saturday evening a relegation 25
strong will come down from Baker
on train No. 6.
Returning home they will -take train
No. 2 Sunday evening, after the
church service is over.
The Knights Templar service is to
be held at the Church of the Re
deemer at 2:30 Sunday and will be
conducted by Rev, Charles Qulnney,
rector.
During the time the Bak r City
Knights are here they will be en
tertained by members of the Pendle
ton commandery, who wish to repay
the. hospitality that was shown them
when they went to Baker City last
Easter.
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fln?ii&ir coniuua in nr tu. man mat g
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Alexander's Dep'f Store
The Home of the Sorosis
PROMOTIONS IN COMPANY L.
One New Sojugeant, Two Corporals
Dancing Party Monday Evening.
Three new non-commissioned offi
cers for company L were named by
Captain M. S. Kern last night, the ap
pointments being made to fill vacan
cies caused by former officers leaving
the city. Corporal Ed Marsh was
promoted to a seargency, while Pri
vates Loading and Reeves were named
as corporals, ' , sf
The new Springfield rifles and the
service equipment were Issued to the
men last night. At the business
meeting of the company three new
members were voted into the organ
ization; Private Roy Rowland was
elected as secretary and Corporal A.
C. Funk re-elected as treasurer.
On next Monday evening the com
pany will give a dancing party In the
armory and as It will be the first so
cial the company has had for some
time It Is being looked forward to.
OREGON THEATRE
MORRIE B. STREETER, Lessee and Manager
TUESDAY NIGHT APRIL 21st.
The Musical Treat of the Season
FRANK J. SARD AM
Offers the Big Musical Comedy Success
The District Leader
Words, book and music by Jos. E. Howard.
A ROLLICKING, RHYMEFUL, MUSICAL PLAY WITH A REASON.
50-PEOPLE-50
And ENSEMBLE of SMARTEST GOWNED OIRLS.
CAST OF PRINCIPALS.
Ethel Dovey, Fred C. Truesdell, Vera Hamilton, Frank Weed, Al
bert Denier, Mlna Manley, Gustav Neavllle, Nellie Watters, Ward De
Wolfe, Geo. W. Wandllng, Geo. C. Cochrane.
THE SONG HITS. "UST "1
When You Go out to Dine, So, Heart to Let, Way Down in Jersey,
Won't You Be My Girlie, Sing Sing Sammy Sen, Something Doing
Around My Heart, What's the Use of Dreaming, Same Old Story,
Home Is Home, Finale.
PRICES 50c, $1 and 11.50. Seat sale at Pendleton Drug Co.
Everybody whistles the song hits
Dr. Holt Retnrns from New York.
Rev. W. S. Holt. D. D., field secre
tary of the Presbyterian board of
home missions, arrived In Portland i
last night, after a visit to New York
to attend a meeting of the home mis
ton board, says hte Oregon Dally
Journal. The board went Into a gen
eral discussion of home missions
throughout the United States, and
made arrangements for carrying on
the work for the year beginning April
1 of this year.
For Stomach Troubles
When there is distress after eating or drinking, or your food
doesn't "set well," the digestion is deranged and the stomach needs
to be toned and strengthened. A natural appetite and a perfect di
gestion can be assured and you will enjoy your food if you will get
a box of
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and use them according to the simple directions printed on the wrapper.
Acute indigestion, lassitude, flatulence, ' 'qualmishness," and other
uncomfortable and distressing sensations after eating, are quickly
righted with a dose or two of these little wonder workers for a weak
digestion. In all acute forms of stomach trouble Beecham's Pills
Are Wonderfully Effective
la boxes 10c and 25c, with foil directions
Many Manncrlng at Walla Walla.
Mary Mannering, the popular act-
ress, will appear at the Keylor Grand ;
at Walla Walla tonight, April 16, In
'Glorious Betsy," an American play
which is enjoying an excellent run ',
this season. ,
'
Senator Bourne of Oregon, is now I
n communication with President
Roosevelt over tho matter of having '
the warship fleet visit Portland.
FOR. SALE
1280 acres, 1-2 in crop $32,000.00
240 acres $3,500.00
160 acres $4,500.00
City Property For Sale.
FRANK B. CLOPTON &
1 1 2 E. Court, St.. Pendleton, Ore.
CO.
ARTIST FROM THE DALI,ES.
Ren
V Glffnrd. LandMmne Ptmtno.
rnphcr, Visits Pendleton.
Ben A. Gifford, the widely renown
ed photographer of The Dalles, was
here'last night and this morning upon
R short visit while on his way home
from Walla Walla. While here he
visited with friends formerly of The
Dalles and In this city.
For many years Mr. Olffnrd has
made a specialty of landscape pho
tcgraphy and he has made a reputa
tion for his views of the Columbia.
But recently he published A beautiful
booklet. "Snap-shots on the Colum
bia." that has brought forth much
praise. The book shows all the prin
cipal points of beauty on the Colum
bia and if a work of art throughout.
Read the East Oregonlan.
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