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DAILY EABT OHSUONIAII, PEXDLE7TOX, OREQOH. BATURIXAY, JUNE 13, 1008. PACK ITYX. mm What You Can Buy Monday At The Bankrupt Sale of Teutsch Department Store Stock This entire week will be special shoe week. We will make every effort to dispose of as many pairs as possible. The entire shoe stock will be so arranged that it will be easy to show and still easier to sell as the prices we ask will make them move out lively. Just a sample of what yon can do Monday at the Big Bankropt Sale 11.50 Ladles' white canva oxfords $1.75 Ladles' white canvas oxford $2.00 liUdW white canvas oxfords $2.50 Ladle' white canvas oxfords $3.00 Ladles' white canvas oxfords $3.00 Ludlca tan oxfords $3.50 IiWlliw' shoe, now $3.50 Ladle black oxfords now $2.00 Children's shoes, now $1.75 Children's shoort, now $1.35 Childrena shoes now.. $3.00 Men's tdKH mow : $3.50 Men's shoea now $1.00 Men's rfioos now . ; 85.00 Men's slioes now $6.00 Men's llannlntcr slioes, now L. Grecnawuld, In the shoe retiring department, always ready your work carefully and promptly. E. Livengood .& C Successors to Teutsch's Dep't. Store. . 980 $1.25 $1.35 $1.60 $1.75 $1.07 $2.23 $2.1 $1.44 $1.33 . 06c $1.98 $2.45 $2.85 $3.15 $3.45 to do City Brevities See Ice cream at Hohbaqh's. All kinds of good dry wood Mlnnls. Sco Mlnnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. Dressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 3791. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, phone Main S. Insurance Gasoline stoves are safe and economical. Sold by Goodman Hardware company. For Sale Nine-room cottage, gooJ location, good order. Too large for present owner. Enquire 100 Bluff street. SKIUF.S OF 8TEKEOPTICOX SERMONS AT M. E. CHURCH Inovatloii Will Re Carried on Throughout tlw Summer MotiUis. In many city churches during the O U 1 1 1 I 1 1 V 1 ..IV DiVH"lHM'll W- ...V... .w coming Into vogue. It Is a very criti cal mutter to be able to give this work In ouch manner aa will gain the approbation of all. This has largely born accomplished by means of the religious sng placed In such manner that all are led to take part in th singing. Wherever this has been ac complished the crltclsm usually heard when these are first Introduc ed Is largely taken away. These pennons appeal to the eye and ear at both and the same time. The lasting Impression made Is more valuable thun by spoken sermon alone but because of its novelty some churches do not take kindly to its In troduction, but the stereoptlcon ser mon has come to stay. Hundreds of churches are tuklng It up and with great success. The first M. E. church of Pendle ton will Introduce this kind of work for the warm summer evenings. The first one will be given tomorrow night at the usual hour. This is not a new work for the present pastor, he having given many of the holy land views In a lecture he has delivered over much of this western section during the rast eight yea rs. I1AITISTS TO MEET. County Association Holdii Annual Ses sion at Hcnnlston Tills Year. The Baptists of Umatilla county will meet at Hermlston on June 19, 20 and 21 when the annual gathering of the county association is to be held In the new church Just erected In the little Irrigation city. Aside from about 100 Umatilla county Baptists, many ' prominent churchman from other portions of the slate are to be In attendance and the coming gathering promises to be one of more than ordinary Interest. An extensive program has been ar ranged for the meeting which will be presided over by W. W. Harrah, assistant moderator. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends and neighbors and especially the Wood men of the World and the degree teams of Pendleton Camp and Daph ne Circle, who so willingly assisted us during the late Jlness and bereave ment of our son and brother, Edward W. Zeuske, ulso for the many flowers and floral pieces.. M u. ANU M IIS. A. ZEUSKE AND FAMILY. Koynl NclchlMii-M Attention. All meetings of the Royal Neigh Y. . . - .. Ml k. hoM af fi v rti tiapaaftat 1 "c "I T .. ... e able to walk instead of in the day time. All mem- . oers are especially rvqueaieu iu uo present at the meeting Tuesday eve ning as business of Importance Is to he trunsacted. MRS. J., It. CHILDHETH, Assistant Presiding Officer. S-SH! SHE'LL WEAR IT. Sheath Gown, ' Naughty Garment, to lie Seen In Washington. The directolre or sheat hgown, that daring, naughty garment which is said to -cling to the dainty feminine form In a manner to leave nothing to the imagination, will make its first Invasion of social Washington on Monday, according to reports that are now being whispered, In shocked, awed tones, by the social leadeM of the national capital. Mrs. Preston Gibson, daughter of Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page, will be the fair exponent of the charms . of the sheath gown, according to reports. The occasion of the display will be the marriage of Miss Erroll Cuthbert and Lieutenant Charles Train, at which Mrs. Gibson will be matron of honor. It Is a strange coincidence thut Mrs. Gibson's adoption of the di rectolre gown follows the rumor that Charles Dana Gibson will dress his future Gibson girl pictures In that garb. . ' Mrs. Gibson's gown Is said by those who have seen it to live faithfully up to the plans and specifications laid down by the Parltian designers of the grapeskln garb. The slash at one side which Is a pronounced feature of the very unroomy dress. Is present, it is said, In Mrs. Gibson's gown. It it wasn't, say those 'Who have been allowed to sec the dress, she wouldn't PERSONAL MENTION Attention, Rebckahs. All members of Pauline Rebekah lodge are earnestly requested to at tend the I. O. O. F. memorial service to be held at the M. E. church Sun. day, June 14, commencing at t o'clock. Please come In the propor regalia or wearing the colors of the order, pink and green. By order of the Noble Grand. ThelBest Alarm Clock. If you have use for an alarm cluck lo wake you up these spring mornings, then you should get a good one. A poor alarm clock is much worse than no clock at all. You cannot de pend upon a cheap clock picked ' up probably In a place where the knowledge of clocks Is un known. When you buy a clock from us you know that If any thing goes wrong we are ready to make good with the proper repairs. All alarm clocks guaranteed and cost from $1.00 to $2.50. Louis Hunnker Jeweler and Optician. 711 Main 8t. Prvttbytcrtiin. Children's day exercises will be held al the hour of morning worship 10:30. The service will consist of songs and exercises by members df the Sunday school and a sermon to the children. Evening worship at 8 Young people's meeting at 7 p. m. Helping In Pilot Rock Meeting. Rev. J. V. Mlllgan, a well known Presbyterian minister of Portland came in last evening from the east and wont out to Pilot Rock to assist In the" revival meetings there today, MImh Hamhllii It Home. 'Miss Hazel Hamblln has returned from Tacoma, where she but recent ly graduated from the Commercial course In Whltworth college. . TEA There is nothing that costs so little, both money and work, and that goes so far if it has the chance. Your trocar rtturrii your mont, U ton 4a1 Wt Scbillini BMt: paj him. fsHAMO 1 ii II Better and cheaper than Chamois skins, Looks like, feels like Chamois, but does the work Better, lasts Longer and Costs Less. Indispensible for House cleaning, Silver, Pianos, Glassware, etc. The genuine "Shamo,' comes from Germany. You find them in Pendleton at THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. RUSH WOHK OX JETTY. Thousand of Tons of Rock Being I)iiiiik1 Into River Moutli. Bock deliveries at the Columbia river Jetty will he increased soon from 2000 tons daily to about 4500 tons, and the work of pushing the struc ture to completion will be rushed, says the Portland Telegram. Owing to the bad weather which nas pre vailed at he bar the greater part of the spring Is feared that the project cannot be completed before the stormy season starts. But it will be so closely finished as to be about as serviceoble as though every rock had been put In place. Gerald Bugnall, the United States engineer who is in charge of opera tions at the mouth of the Columbia, arrived In this city this morning and Is well pleased with the progress which has been made. He says the limited . rock deliveries and the In clement weather have delayed the work more than had been anticipated but everything Is getting In shape so that the best of results will folow be fore many days elapse. The output at the quarries was not so great as had been expectod on the start, but this matter will soon be remedied. There will be no trouble In taking cure of all the shiments which can be forwarded in the Jetty site. C. A. Barrett is here today from his home at Athena. P. T. Harbour of Weston, Is In the city today on business, Dr. E. O, Parker of Pilot Rock. Is transacting business In the city. Clark Nelson will leave this eve ning for Weston upon a buslnes trip. Zoeth Houser of Echo, has been transacting business In the city to day. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stone of Athe na, are In the city today on a brief visit Mr, and Mrs. Lowell Rogers of Ad. ams, are among Pendleton Visitors today. Dr. S. M. Strohecker of Hermlston, came up last evening for a brief bus iness visit in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Huffman left last evening for Walla Walla for a brief visit In that city. W. J. Furnish left last evening for his summer home on the Umatilla near Wenaha springs. E. H. Brown, editor of the Echo Register, was among business visitors at the county seat last evening. Miss Eleanor Dcspaln left on No. 1 today for Portland, where she will visit friends and relatives for several days. A. L. Swaggart, one of the well Known ranchers at Athena, was In the city yesterday in company with his wife. Mrs. E. O. Harper and daughter returned today from Helix, where they had been visiting with friends for several days. Mrs. W. B., Hamilton and Miss Ra chel Hamilton of Walla Walla, are visitors here today and are guests at the St. George. Mrs. W. B. Hamilton and Miss Rachel E. Hamilton of Walla Walla, are In the city today registered at the Hotel St. George. Mrs. Z. H. Cross of this place, depu ty commander of the Lady Macca bees, is In Union county In the In terest of the lodge. Mrs. Matt Mosgrove and son of Milton are In the city today on their way to Portland, where they will visit for a short time. Mrs. L. Overturf returned today from La Grande, where she had been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Otto Didlon, for several duys. W. T. Sheppard, formerly of this place, who has been here from Port land for a few days on business, re turned on No. 5 last night. W. K. Wall, father of Wall brother of the Rader furniture store, came down from his home at Athena today to attend the G. "A. R. campflre. Howard Stevens, the sheepman, has returned from a business trip to Col orado. Mrs. Stevens, who has been very ill for a few days, is somewhat improved today. William Hilton came home last evening from eastern Washington where he had been upon an extended trip, while in the services of the Bal four-Guthrie company. Clark Wood, editor of the Westoi. Leader, came in this morning and expects to leave tomorrow for Port land, where he goes as a delegate from Weston lodge to the K. P. con vention. Miss Marjorle Bergstrom of Day ton, Wash., who has been visiting with Dr. and Mrs. S. W. McClure for gev. , eral days, left on No. 1 tday fur Port. land, where she will spend some 1 w eeks. I Will M. Peterson, chairman of the democratic county committee during the recent campaign and delegate to the state convention, has returned Irrigation Talk No. 39 Justice David J. Brewer, of the U. Supreme Court, in discussing the future of our country says: "We should take to heart the practice o Europe in looking after the soil and then we will be able not only to continue to feed our own people, however great the population may be come, but to provide the world with foodstuffs." The experience of our every day life teaches us more forci bly the necessity of provldllng for and guarding against the fu ture. As a progressive people we must continue to advance, and in that forward march our prosperity must continue. Property values will increase Instead of decrease, and the selling price of the Furnlsh-Coe lands will be rapidly advanced to keep step with the development of the project Almost 1000 acres under cultivation as a 'result of two months' effort. Have you stopped to think what the Western . end of the county will look like in another year? Don't wait until it Is too late! See It now. My time Is your time. Prices, Including water rights, $125 an acre on easy terms. COLUMBIA LAND CO. D. B. Costuma Mgr. Main & Webb Streets. Pendleton, Oregon Echo Office Opposite Depot. Portland Office Marquam Bid g. from Portland, where he took an ac tive part In the recent meeting. Miss L. R. Lorenz leaves on No 2 this evening for Wenaha Springs at the request of the Journal, for which paper she is correspondent, to write a special Sunday story on that resort for the paper. She will return on No. 1 tomorrow. , Dr. Frank Vaughan of Astoria, ar rived here today and will remain over until after next Thursday to at tend the wedding of his brother. Dr. Thomas Vaughan, who will be mar ried on that day to Miss Effie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith ' Mrs. E. H. Brown and Miss Buelah Barker of Echo, were in the city to. day on their return from Milton and Walla Walla, where they had been on a short pleasure trip, taking the Interurban from Milton and return. Mrs. Brown returned to Echo on No. 1 today and Miss Barker will visit relatives here for a few days before returning. Church of tlvo Redeemer. Tomorrow being Trinity Sunday there will be a celebration of the holy communion at 7:30 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; divine service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The services will be appropriate to the day. All are cordially invited. Charles Quln ney, rector. Saloon for Sale. Doing a good business. Good rea sons for selling. Low rent and in a good location. Address Lock Box 721. Tacoma, Wash. Read the East Oregonlan. K. of P.s to Portland. The Pendleton delegation to the grand lodge Knights of Pythias, Is now preparing to leave for Portland to attend the grand lodge session which convenes Tuesday. A portion of the delegation will leave tomorrow while the remainder will go Monday. Damon lodge No. 4 of this city, has four representatives in the grand lodge and they are as follows: J. R. P.aley, M. A. Rader, J. H. Gwlnn and E. B. Aldrlch. Aside from these,- J. W. Maloney, grand master of exche quer, will also attend from this city. i r-A-rw F0LGERS GOLDEN GATE COFFEE Grind it atjiome (not too fine) fresh each morning. Aroma-tight tins. Nth in bulk. J. A. Foltfer & Co San rrsmeisHDO (iRAXT COUNTY PAPERS MERGE. (Jrant County News Absorbs Blue Mountain Eagle. The Grant County News says of the purchase and absorption of the Blue Mountain Eagle by the News: Further changes in the newspaper situation of this county were made last week when P. F. Chandler, the veteran editor of the Grant County News, and C. P. Haight, formerly of the Prairie City Miner, formed a new partnership to engage In the printing and publishing business. The new firm purchased the Blue Mountain Eagle plant, of Canyon City, and Mr. Haight took over the interest of C. J. Mcintosh, In the Grant Coun ty News. The former owners of the Blue Mountain Eagle have retired from the publishing business, to engage in other lines. C. I. Mcintosh, who has not been actively connected with newspaper work for the past three years, also retires altogether from that work and will turn to other and more congenial employment. , Thte new firm starts out with every promise of success, and should make a rare combination of business ability and newspaper talent. The field is one of the largest for any country pa per in the state, and the coi.Vined subscription list doubtless among the best. BINGHAM WARM SPRINGS NOW WENAHA SPRINGS "'T ..... - This famous old Blue Mountain Resort, will be open June 1 5th, for the season of 1 908, under the manage ment of J. A. BORIE, the new owner. Roads, bridges, buildings and equipment repaired and renewed. Hotel and dining-room service, will be a special feature, being under the care of the best steward and chef obtainable. For further particulars, write to WE-NA-HA SPRINGS GIBBON POST OFFICE UMATILLA COUNTY ORE. I J. A. BORIE Prop. J Read the Eat OreronUn.