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PACT EABT ORgQONIAJT, FENBLBTOIC, OREGON. FIIIDAT, MAY 15, IMS.
EIGHT PAGES. Hotel St. Georgt GXORGB DARVEAC. Proprietor. brief record;;of COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence 7-1 rl:. 7 tag ax. f "J I ATH EH A BREVITIES MENA BIVITIES MOVXTAIX POTATOES GO OIT BY CARLOADS. Farmers Glad to the Good Rain Ctipcrs for PemoiWratloa Train Yesterday Interew in Bail Game Which Will Be 1U)(1 Sunday. Athena, May 15. Mountain pota toes are now being delivered at the I.orthern Pacific depot at the rate of from three to four carload per day. About 10 carloads have already been shipped out. About SO carloads have teen contracted for to Seattle and coast points. WriLlR YOVXG COITIJE WEDDED TIESDAY Many Promitwai Spatkrot Engaged fur N rkwtr Reunion Bishop riVkvk Here This Imtng Deni onsrrathw TnUn Wm Feature of Attraction. Weaton. Miy 1$. The marriage of Miss !?usj Amidan of Ogden. Utah. and Coleman CarMle took place Tues day evening a: the home of the groom parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carllle. near the city, the Rev. Fayne performing the ceremony. The The farmers of this section of the bride home was In Ogden. Utah, and county were pleased to see the raln- fal lof yesterday and last night, and It will be of great benefit to all grow ing crops. The wheat In some places was beginning to show the want of rain badly. Many of the people from about here were here to see the demonstration train. E. F. Zimmerman, field worker for the Oregon Anti-Saloon league, deliv ered an address at the M. E. church In this city last evening. A series of fine stereoptlcan views were shown. No admission was charged. Bert Richards, who has been quite 111 with the mumps for some days, is Improving. Hazel, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brotherton, who has been quite 111. Is Improving. The funeral of Mrs. Ira Luna was well attended yesterday. The local baseball team Is taking considerable Interest In the game of ball that will be played here next Sunday between the Pendleton second nine and the local team. Boy Deroy Cement Walk. A gang of boys thought to be school hoodlums, from the Central building, last night destroyed a block of newly laid cement sidewalk on Spruce street, says the Yakima Republic. The entire block of walk was marked with foot prints and other defacement Ob scene language had been written In the wet cement necessitating the re coating of the entire block by the con tractors, Felton & W'lmer. An effort tc apprehend the wanton property destroyers is being made. Suspects will be dealt with In accordance with the law regulating the defacement of property If the proper evidence can be secured against them. the couple will make their home here, Bishop Paddock of the Episcopal church, will be here this evening for tne purpose of giving several young people their first communion, Weston people turned out In great numbers yesterday for the coming of the demonstration train. The lecture was very much appreciated. The committees who have the arrangements for the pioneer picnic in charge are getting along nicely and one of the best programs ever given here on such an occasion will be ren dered. A number of the people from this section of the county are talking of taking in the excursion to Hermiston May 27, when the opening of the big Irrigation project will be celebrated. Cake Will Address Pioneers. The occasional speakers for the an nual reunion of Umatilla county pio neers at Weston, held here successive ly for the past 13 years, will be Hon. H. S. Blanford of Walla Walla and H. M. Cake of Portland, republican can didate for U. S. senator. Mr. Blan ford will deliver the memorial address Thursday. May 2S. and Mr. Cake the annual address. Friday, May 29. Saturday, May SO, Is political day, and Hon. H. M. Gearln of Portland will represent the democrats, and the republicans are arranging for a speaker. The Eagles band of Pendle ton has been engaged and there will be plenty of amusement for three days. On Just enough to carry you to the next with out a dollar to spare? Then this offer of the I. C S. i vital to yon. If you will write, telling the occupation you wish to rise in, thia great institution will show yon how you can, without neglecting your present work, leav ing borne, or distrtssing yourself finandaltg, qualify yourself for a higher position and a better salary. It put you under no obligation to write as. Thia is a bona fid offer to tamtst men and women by an institution of 15 yean' standing, representing an invested capital of 6 million dollars. Can you afford to pass it by T J. W. McFadgen Representative Box 1, Pendleton THE LOCAL AGENT OF THE SCHOOL WILL nOLD A DISPLAY OF THEIR TEXT-BOOKS AXD IX STRUCTIOX PAPERS IX THE PEN BLETOX BRFG STORE, MAY 13 TO 1, INCLUSIVE. CALL AD GET A CIRCULAR DESCRIBING OUR COURSES. 7 At IM! iHlff Mt'r n GOVERNMENT NEEDS CASH. Certificates Being Used to Pay Bills on Idaho Reclamation Project. Like other reclamation projects at the present time, the Minidoka pro ject is suffering from a shortage of funds and Project Engineer Camp is Will Iasne Twice a Week. anven xo nis whs- ena 10 devise ways The Columbia Chronicle. Dubllshed ani means for carrying on the neces- at Dayton, Wash., which was not long 88 work wlth the limited amout of ago sold to a syndicate of Dayton cash at h,s disposal, says a Rupert, men, has been changed from a week-1 Idano- PPer. South side certificate ly to a semi-weekly, commencing last ae uged to meet every Item of ex saturday. The Chronicle Is one of the Penditure that can be paid In that solid republican papers of southern ; wav even lumber being purchased Washington. . wlth tn'8 "crip. Beginning with the totn or this montn, all men on the urvey crews on the south side will be paid In certificates and their sal aries are raised 10 per cent to cover any loss on the scrip. This scrip is still marketable at - -1, 1 . 0- ,mi i 0m J European plan. Everything first.. elaaa. All modern convenience. Steam heat throughout. Room en suit wttn b,Uk Large, new sample room. The Bote! 8t, George la pronounced ne of the moat up-to-date hotel of the northwest Telephone and fire alarm connections to office, and hat' and cold running water In all room. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT Df connection wrrn hotel, ROOMS: $1.00 and $1. So Block and Half from Depot. - See the big electric ajgn. The Hotel Pendletons XV. A. BROWN, Proprietor. Rancher Bound Over. Andrew Hume, a bachelor rancher living near Bolster, -Wash, waa arrest ed on a charge of assault and battery with a threat, to kill J. S. Thorp, a veteran stage man, near Shesaw. Hume was considerably beaten up pleaded guilty and was bound over to the superior court under a $1000 peace bond. Five Years In Frln, George Hayden, fomrerly of Spo- kane, has entered a plea of guilty in I the district court at Missoula, Mont., 1 on the charge of attempting to kill TEA .ZZZ How little it is! How little it adds to the weight of the cup! It has cover ed the sea with ships for a hundred years. Tear grocer rttorm roar noT K r ioa'l BUScaiQUf't Best; pif tua 1WE EE MAY LEAD TO CANCER There is no difference, at first, in the appearance of a cancerous and a common ulcer, and for this reason every sore that is obstinate or alow in healing should excite suspicion, for the sore is nothing more than the exter nal evidence of a polluted blood, and if allowed to remain may degenerate into Cancer. Efforts to heal the ulcer by means of salves, plasters and other external remedies always result in failure.because such treatment can have no possible effect on the blood, where the deadly germs and morbid matter form, and are carried through the circulation to the place. No sort or ulcer can exist without a predisposing internal cause, ana the open, discharging ulcer or festering old sore will continue to eat deeper into the surrounding flesh as long as a polluted, germ-infected circulation discharges its impur ities into it. S. S. S. goes to the fountain-head of the trouble, and drives out the germ-producing poisons and morbid impurities which keep the ulcer open. Then as this rich, purified blood goes to the diseased place the healing begins, all discharge ceases, the inflammation grad ually leaves, new tissue and healthy flesh O -vy O are orme 60(1 800n the ,ore 18 penna- - tiftntlvr Mirt .Q .Q ia marl flt'rr1v rf diidci v vrcrriiDi r "." --" The remains of William McCruden. ruiic.k.1 imtiHuti. roots ana hctds oi a neanng, cleansing known as the "Catholic Kid," who dis- , nature, ana unlike mineral meaicines, appeared from Saltese. 'Wont., laat ' wnicn ouen ao great aama-je to the delicate parts oi the system. B. o. S. j December, was found a couple of days tones up every part of the body. Book oh Sores and Ulcers and any medical ago In the mountains. He had evi- j advice desired free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA. ' dcntly perished with cold. ...... s-'.i ,. - . i , , his wife. He was sentenced to five flose to. Par. none of it having gone years In the state prison. lower than 90 cents. If the general land office ever finds out that It is required to take the scrip for all pay ments due the government It will command a better figure. Many bids have been received for the grading on the third lift on the south side and the contracts will be awarded today. Bankrupt Sale of MATS Less Than Half Price Cordon and Rival Hats $1.50, $14.00 dor. Others $1.00 75c and 50c, $3.00 to $10.00 doz. Country stores take notice, 35 dozen now on hand. Jesse Failing Main Btreet, near bridge. Dnyton Bros., the well known eye speclullHts, will have their ottice at the Hotel St. George Thurs fl.iy. Friday and Saturday, May 14, 15, 18. If you need glasses, get the best. Dozens of Pendleton references. Ex aminations free. : iip " II II Telephone and fire alarm connec tions with all rooms. Headquarter for " Traveling Me. Commodious Sample Room. Free 'Boa. Special rate by the week or month. Excellent Cuisine. Prompt dining room service. Bar and IUlllard Ilootn tn Connection. Only Three Blocks from Depots. STATE SALOON Ed. R. Strahon, Prop, Pine Wines, Liquor and Cigar. Thoroughly renovated. A gentleman's resort Hot Free Lunch Served Balanced Rations For Incubator Chicks Lice Killers and Conditioners For Poultry and Stock at COLESWORTHY'S Feed Store 127-129 E. A!ta A Ln Sunday Afternoon Commencing 2:30 o'Clock PENDLETON Lorimer's Leaguers with Several New Men in the Line-up. . 110 FORT n. WALLA WALLA The Crack Team from the Walla Walla Garrison. Come Out and See Lorimer's New Men Work Out I Every baseball bug in the burg, should come out and yell for Pendleton. We need it.