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DAILY EAST ORTGONIAlf, PEUfMJBTOIf, OBBOO. WEDNESDAY, MAY S71OO0.
KXGIIT PAGES.
ILL L.L3LiJD
Bore's to the rich ""' r' .
American (Iris,
Who capture the dukes,
And lords and earls.
We've captured a title purely on our
merits and you can share In the ben
efits with us. It's that of being Pen.
dX oil's leading clothiers. We are In
a position to offer you the ben In
men's wear at very attractive priors.
Our proposal Is "A square deal to all."
Bond Brothers
Leading Clothiers
PREPARED
Lime and Sulphur
Spray
READY FOR USE
1 gal makes 10 of Spray,
by mixing with cold water
The Pendleton
Drug Co.
PATRONIZE HOME
INDUSTRY
i
By Drinking the Home
Product, the
Famous $500
BEER
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
Try a case for family use.
For sale at all leading bars.
CITY BREWERY
SCRTLTZ & STRICTER
Phone Main 828.
Get;the Best t
Good
Dry Wood
and the
BEST KIND OF COAL.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at
HENNES'G'S CIGAR STORE
Opposite Peoples Warehouse
THOSE MAIN 6
Our Specialty is
.1 - 1 I -
me r amuy i raae
We are fully prepared to fur- J
nin you me Dei ui urn, sau
sages and fresh, smoked or
cured meats and fish each day.
Central Meat Market
Carney & Tweedy.
Telephone Main tt.
6Sk
Our sparkling, tempting, satisfying
beer and soda water Is pronounced
the purest and best for thirst quench
ing purposes; 24 bottles of beer or
soda delivered to your home for only
11.00.
JOHN CAGEN
Eagle Block.
Court Street
PASTIME PARLORS.
RUTHERFORD MOLITOR, Props.
A quiet resort for the healthful exer
cise of
BOWLING, POOL AND BILLIARDS.
Only first-class tables used.
Cigars, confectionery, tobaccos and
seO trtaka.
BRIEF RECORD, ;0F
COUNTY EVENTS
Special Correspondence
OF V
m
THIRTEENTH ANNUAL itEUNION
OF PIONEERS TOMORROW
Will Continue Balance of Week-"
Excellent Program for Tomorrow
Capacity of Blue Mountain Saw
Mill Increased Orn M. Kanip of
Athena Will Now Bo Cashier of
Weston Bank.
Weston. May 27. The thirteenth
annual reunion of the Umatilla coun
ty pioneers began here today, and
It will continue over until baturaay
evening. Elaborate preparations are
being made for the occasion at xnis
timi. Saturday will be rolltlcal day.
which is being looked forward to as
a very important day as it is just De
fore election. Prominent speakers
will be here for this occasion. Fol
lowing is the program as it has been
arranged for tomorrow, the opening
day:
10 a. m.
Music Eagles Band of Pendleton
Call to Order. .President S. A. Barnes
.Invocation Rev. P. S. Rogers
Song, "America" All Present
Greeting Rev. J. R. Reeves
Baritone Solo Guy Allen Turner
Music Band
Play Festival
Primary Grades of Training School
Stump Speech Roy Geckler
Music Band
(12 m. Banquet to old pioneers
at Normal gym., given by Woman's
Civic Improvement club. Those who
came to Oregon not later than 1869
are invited.)
1:30 p. ni.
Music Band
gong Double Quartet
E. o. s. -. s.
Memorial Address Hon.
H. S. Blandford of Walla Walla
Baritone Solo Guy Allen Turner
Reminiscences Old Pioneers
(Hon. J. M. Bentley and others.)
Music Band
2:30 p. ni.
Normal School play, "Uncle Rube,"
at Weston opera house.
Baseball.
Street Sports and Races. .
5 p. m. Balloon Ascension.
7:15 p. m. Band Concert at pavll
llon. Dancing at opera house.
"Border Land," an Arizona drama,
will be introduced by home players
at the Weston opera house on baiur
day afternoon, the last day of the re
union. It is a sensational comedy In
three acts.
The capacity of the Blue Mountain
sawmill has been largely increased
and It now has a capacity of 30,000
feet per day. The box mill turns ouv
6000 apple boxes per day, and many
other smaller boxes In proportion
Twenty-five men are employed attthe
present time unaer me management
of C. W. Avery. Thomas Yarbougn,
a saw mill man of 30 years' experi
ence Is mill wright and superintend
ent.
The crops are looking fine In this
section of the county, and the far
mers look forward to anotner excel
lent yield.
Ira M. Kepm of Athena, has been
elected cashier of the Farmers' Bank
of Weston, to succeed B. B. Hall, re
riened. Mr. Kemp is a banking man
of experience, having formerly been
connected for many years wlththe
First National Bank of Athena. Mr.
Hall will leave shortly for Spokane
where he will locate on account or nis
wife's health.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. McDonald of
Walla Walla, are visiting with their
daughter, Mrs. Anson Woods, near
Weston.
Dr. Frank JIasbrouck of this place,
has made arrangements to open a
dental office at Granger, Idaho, and
will locate there to remain.
Miss Klelnknlcht, principal of the
Normal training department, does
not exnect tn return here next school
vpar having accented the position of
superintendent of the 128th street nign
school, New Tork City.
Miss Margaret Proebstel Is expected
home in a few days from an extend
ed visit with her slBter, Mrs. Christine
Hughes, at Santa Fe, Mexico.
riEws
OF
MILTON
EAST END PEOPLE
1LWE FAITH IN PROJECT
Well Known Pioneer Woman Dies at
Home of Daughter In Frecwater
Funeral Being Held Today Straw
berries Plentiful at This Time
Strawberry Day Will Be Great
Event.
1100 Reward. $100.
The readers of tbls paper will be pleated
to learn that tbeie Is at least one dreaded
disease that science bas been able to enre
In all Iti stages, and that Is Catarrb.
Hall s Catarrh Core Is the only positive
cure now known to the medial frater
nity. Catarrb being a constitutional dis
ease, requires constitutional treatment
Hall's Catarrh Core is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mocoos
nrfaces of the syatem, thereby destroying
tbe foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by bnlldlng op the
constitution and aaalstlng nature In doing
Its work. Tbe proprietors bare offered
One Hundred Dollars for any case that It
falls to cure. Bend for list of teatlmonl
ela. Address :
V. 3. CHENET CO., Toledo, O.
Hold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Mils for constipation.
dianoe of a lifetime.
You can buy a farm in southern
Oregon for $200, paying $10 a month.
A town lot Is given to each purchaser
free. Warranty deeds and perfect
title. Get particulars of the Pendle
ton Investment company, Savings
bank building. Don't delay, they
won't last '
A sure cure, one you 'can depend
upon. Hickory Bark Cough Remery.
A sure cure, nd It's pare! Use it for
all lung trouble, coughs, eefds, hoarse
ness and sort threat For sals by
any druggist and first class dealers
everywhere, Pendleton Drug C.
Milton, May 27. The formal open
ing of the headgateB of the Umatilla
project has attracted a great many
of the Mllton-Freewater people to
day. The people of this section who
are familiar with fruit raising and
irrigation see a great future for the
west end of the county.
Mrs. Anna Hlntz, a well known res
ident of Freewater, died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. John Clark,
Monday evening, , her death having
been caused by paralysis, with which
she has suffered for some time. She
was 66 years of age, and had made
her home in the Fneewater country
for many years. Two sons and two
daughters survive her. The funeral
will be held In Milton today, and in
terment will be made In the I.' O. O.
F. cemetery.
C. E. Spence, E. K. Henry and J.
F. Craddlck have been attending the
grand lodge I. O. O. F., at" Salem.
Strawberries are now plentiful In
town. The cool weather has kept
them from ripening as quickly as was
expected, but it is expected that the
season will be at Its height soon.
Miss Jessie Frazler of Dayton, has
been here visiting relatives for some
days.
Strawberry day In Milton, which
will be celebrated June 4, will be the
day of the year In Milton. Great
preparations are being made for the
event.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stev-;
ens of Ingle Chapel, Sunday, May 24,
a son.
Mrs. Coverdale has been quite 111
at. the home of her daughter, Mrs.
McQueen, for several days.
"Known For Its Strength"
IVhaf If Lloans
Many people do not know what a bank's
capital means to its depositors, or the differ
ance between a bank of little or no capital,
and one with a large capital. One wof the
functions of "
A Bank s Capital
is to protect its depositors from possible.loss;
therefore the larger it is, the greater protec-.
tion the depositors have.
This bank has a
Capital of .... 200,000.00
Surplus Fund of . . 50,000.00
Undivided Profits . . 25,000.00
Additional Shareholders
Liability . . . . 200,000.00
A TOTAL OF 475 000.00
This means that this bank must lose prac
tically half a million dollars before its depo
sitors could lose a cent.
This protections forY0U.
The First National Bank
PENDLETON, OREGON
SECURITY
W. S.
BOWMAN
, The Photographer
(JflFor High-Class
and Artistic
Photographs . at
Reasonable
Prices.
Main St. Near Bridge
"PHONE MAIN ISt.
The Maze
Hanson & Olsen
111 COURT STREET.
OlvmplaBeer on Draught
WARM LUNCH O A. M. TO
P. M.
A nice little place for a quiet lit
tle Urns.
THAT'S ALL.
PENDLETON, OREGON.
A Cough Remedy that Cures.
Hickory Bark Cough Remedy,
made by the Hickory Bark Cough
Remedy company, of Salem, Ore.,
guaranteed to cure your cough, or
money refunded. Guaranteed to make
a friend of you. For sale by all drug
gists and first class dealers every
where. Pendleton Drus Co.
Army Relief Society. '
New York, May 27. General and
Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant are host
and hostess at Governor's Island to
day on the occasion of the annual
garden party of the Army Relief soci
ety, and It Is expected that a large
sum will be added to the coffers of
the society for Its work. Families of
enlisted men are the particular recip
ients of the bounty of the Army Re
lief society, and the manner In which
help Is extended Is as varied as the
needs of those assisted.
The trustees of the Army Relief so
ciety are Cornelius Vanderbllt, Cor
nelius N. Blls s and Levi P. Morton.
President Roosevelt and Secretary
Root head the list of honorary vice
presidents.
It Readied the Spot
Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a
large general store at Omega, O., and
Is president of the Adams County
Telephone Co., as well' aa of the
Home Telephone Co., of Pike county
O., says of Dr. King's New Discovery:
"It saved my life once. ' At least I
think It did. It semed to reach the
spot the very seat of my cough
when everything else failed." Dr.
King's New Discovery not only reach
es the cough spot; it heals the sore
spots In throat, lungs and chest Sold
under guarantee at Tallman & Co.'s
drug store. 60c and $1. Trial bottle
free.
COMING TO PENDLETON
SATURDAY, MAY 30
Adults 50c ADMISSION Children 25c
MENAGERIE -MU5EU
AND
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Pendleton
Planing Mill
Pendleton, Oregon
Sash, Doors & Mouldings
General Mill Work
Show Cases, Store, Office
& Church Fixtures Our
- Specialties
Estimates furnished on
short notice
ROBERT FORSTER.
Proprietor.
Phone aln 7.
Giant Performing
ELEPHANTS
mnder the direction of Mr. Christian Zcltx.)
Yav ' i .
. .. . , I m-nf bdiITF 1TAD1 TUC RRAVPST TRAINERS DOUBLE
HERD OF 8IBERIAN CAMELS AND DROMEDARIES AFRICAN AND
NUBIAN LIONS LIONESS AND BABIES BENGAL AND CHINESE TIG
ERSTIGRESS AND CUBS ICE BEARS SACRED CATTLE ZEBRA
MONKEYS AND MANY MORE STRANGE, RARE BEASTS FROM FOR
EIGN LANDS IT'S A IIOO.OOO MENAGERIE UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE.
lOO-IMPERIAL AMAZING ACTS--100
United Itpttbyterluiis.
Pittsburg, Pa., May 27. With dele
gates from all parts of the United
States and from foreign -lands, repre
sentlnff the 150,000 communicants of
the denomination, the general assem
bly of the United Presbyterian church
of North America was opened today In
the Sixth United Presbyterian church.
The session marks the semi-centennial
of the church and Is the most largely
attended In the history of the general
afsembly. The Men's Jubilee Congress
of the denomination has been In pro
gress here during the last three days,
and most of the delegates will remain
for the general assembly.
Reformed lYcabytcrlans.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 27. The
synod of the Reformed Presbyterian
church of North America convened In
Philadelphia today. The demonlna
tlon has about 10,000 members.
Cedarvllle, O., May 27. The Re
formed Presbyterian church, general
synod, began Its session here today.
About 3500 adherents are Included In
the sect.
London Church Congress.
Washington, May 27, America's
delegation to the Pan-Angelican
Church congress, to be held In London
in June, will sail next week. Nearly
all American bishops have accepted
Invitations. , j
Kennedy's Lsxatlva Couch Brruv
does not constitute, but on the other
hand Its laxative principles 1 gently
move the bowels. Children like It
Sold by Tallman Co.
PASTIME
PICTURE SHOW
SELLERS & MATLOCK, Props.
Entire Change of Pictures and Songs
Every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday.
SEE! SEE!
Boxing Matches in England
Her First. Bike Ride Burglary by Motion
The Slave - The Clown Doctor
Illustrated Song.
The Little Irsh Girl
Admission 10c
Children 5c
Edison latest and best ."Underwnters Model" picture
machine absolutely fire proof.
BREWERY SALOON
J. P. Sullivan, Prop.
Distributor of the famsus
CEDAR BROOK
and
OLD JOE GIDEON
Whiskies
Large stock of leading brands
of wines, liquors and cigars.
East Court street, next to
Brewery.
Let Us Make
Yonjr Home
LOOK NEW
by repaperlng the old walls from
our new line of beautiful
Wall Paper
We carry (he largest and most
complete line in the country. Prices
reasonable.
E. J. Murphy
Ready-to-nse Paints.
111
aaa
. Chickens Wanted
Highest Cash Price Paid For Live Poultry
Umatilla Meat Company
Bast Court
'Phone Mala 111
Scott's Sanlal-Pepsin Gapsolss
A POSITIVE CURE
For Inflammation or Catamt
of tha Bladder and Ditcaaaa
Kidneys. No cure no pas.
Cure quickly aud Perma
nently the worst easts of
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
matter ot how long ataooV
ins. Absolutely harmless.
Sold by druggists. Pries
$1.00, or by mall, postpaid,
,11 00, S boxes $2.76.
THE SAMTAl-PEPSIf tt,
SSUASOMTAIHI, OHtO,
Sold by the Pendleton Drug Company
mr, -a
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
ME"v .Tire dialon brand. jT
Main, ah jmmr vniMit ft .
Pill. I. K4 4 l.u m"$)
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