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DAILY EAST ORXGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATI HDAY, Jl'XE 13, 1008.
TWELVE .VAC ES. BRIEF RECORD OF A cup of Ghirardelli's Cocoa gives more nourishment, more energy, more strength, than a dozen breakfast rolls, at a frac tion of the cost. Don't quit eating rolls but remember COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence OF rAoxtxx. flip wtSTO 1 TP. CLOSING OF NORMAL MANY LEAVE FOR SUMMER Some of the Faculty Go to Remain Others Come Back In September M osteal Club Organized In Weston Young Editor Goes to Portland Weston, June IS. Weston seems little quiet after the excitement of the past week for the commencement of the normal. The scholars have an rone to their homes for the summer. The faculty wll lgo to different places. some to remain elsewhere and other will return for the text term as fol lows: Miss Helen Klelnknecht goes to New Tork city, where she will occupy the chair of psychology In the normal department of the city training school for teachers. C. E. Hooper returns ot Michigan having resigned as director of athlet Ics. Donald P. Mitchell will visit friends In Los Angeles, and will probably re turn to the music department of the Normal. Mrs. Anna Z. Crayne will spend the summer with her daughter In New Tork city, and return to her school work at Weston In September. Mrs. Edina Worden spends the va cation period in Portland and will again be a member of the Normal faculty. During part of vacation Miss Nao mi Stengel will teach at the Albany college summer school, and will re turn to Weston. John Mather will spend vacation in southern California." President French will attend the meeting of the state board at Salem June 29. and soon after the state teachers' meeting at Eugene. Mrs. French contemplates a visit at the home of her mother in New' port, R. I. Miss Agnes Bulfinch remains at her home near town. Miss Miller goes to Salt Lake City. Miss Hall left for her home at Pen dleton. Miss Leah Elliot of Walla Walla now teaching music In Weston, has Just organized the Harmony Music club. Officers have been elected and the club will have some very pleasant meetings. Clark Wood, editor of the Weston Leader, leaves today for Portland, where he goes as a delegate to the grand lodge convention, K. P. Iln will be accompanied by his mother, Mrs. S. L. Wood, who will visit rela tives in the city for a short time. Wheat Prospects. Prospects for wheat are not as flat tering as they might be In this sec tion of the county, though If the prices remain good, the farmers expect an average year, It Is likely that 35 bushels to the acre is all that will be received In most places on account of the unfavorable season. Land that had been yielding about 50 bushels in the best years win gn about 40 this year ,a according to the present outlook. When you need to take something take it promptly for the stomach, but take something yon know Is re liable something like Kodol for Dys pepsia and Indigestion. Kodol Is pleasant to take, It Is reliable and Is guaranteed to give relief. It Is sold by Tallman & Co. PASTOR VERY ILL. Two Athena Horsea Taken to Butte for Races. Athena, June 13. Rev. George T. Ellis, who has been seriously 111 at his home In this city, has been removed to Baker by his son Will, who thinks that a change might do him good. Agripinn anj Bruhup, two fleet racers owned by Faye LeGrow, have been entered In the Butte races, and were shipped to the Butte track this week. The race meeting opens there June 27. FAREWELL RECEPTION FOR ENGINEER AND WIFE Make Many Friends Here During Residence Directors Water Users Association and Wives Assist in Re ceivingWork on Project Being Rushed Tlvonghr Big Land Deals Go On. Hermlston, June 13. One of the leading social events ever given in the west end of the county was that of Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dodd, a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Whistler, who will go to Portland to reside. Mr. Whist ler is chief engineer on the Umatilla project and he and his wife have made many friends during their res idence here in the past two years. They left yesterday for Portland. The board of directors of the Water Users association and their wives were pres ent to assist In entertaining and nearly everyone in the city turned out to wish well to the Whistlers who have been so long and prominently Identified with the affairs -of Hermls ton and the Umatilla project. Work on the dam of the Umatilla project Is being rushed through with all possible speed, and it will only be few weeks until the entire project Is complete. A number of the men that were employed on the dam are now engaged In work on the break In the ditch near Echo, where a few miles of concrete lining will be put in. This work will take a few weeks at least. R. Alexander was here' from Pen dleton yesterday visiting with his daughter, Mrs. E. P. Dodd. A number of carloads of potatoes will be marketed from here In a very short time. The crop is looking fine, and a good yield is expected. Anoth er year will show Hermlston has a great market for potatoes, vegetables and fruits. Land sales continue to be made In the Hermiston country, all real estate dealers reporting excellent results of late. The changes of season do not seem to make much difference, and the sales are almost as heavy as they were early In the spring. LESS THAN A CENT A CUP (0)(D Hundreds of people- who suffer from backache, rheumatism, lame back, lumbago and .similar ailments are not aware that these are merely symptoms of kidney trouble. Pln- eules for the kidneys act directly on the kidneys, bringing quick relief to backache and other symptoms of kld- ey and bladder derangements. 30 days' trial 31 and guaranteed or mon- back. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Is made with scrupulous, con scientious care and old-fashioned attention to cleanliness, purity, goodness and quality. No cocoa at any price can be better or more delicious. Your grocer sells and recommends it. D. Ghlrareialll Conpaay Saa Traaelaao IF YOU'RE IN SUSPENSE and undecided as to Where to send your vehicle for repair, allow us to suggest, that this shop offers Induce ments for good work promptly dona, and that little money settles the bill for. Carriage repairing. Get your buggy painted for spring. We bar an expert painter who wilt do good work reasonably. Old rigs mad as good as new. See us for Gasoline Engines, Hacks, Winona Wagons and Buggies. NEAGLE BROS. Get the Best Good Dry Wood and the BEST KIND Or COAL PROMPT DELIVERY. W. C. MINNIS i Leave orders at UENNING'S CIGAR STORE Opposite People Warehouse TnONE MAIN Book of Oregon Poems Out. The Song of the Oregon Pine," a little book of original verse by Bert Huffman is now out and Is on sale at the Frazler book store. Price 60 cents. Printed on fine paper and highly Illustrated. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for oung and old is prompt relief for coughs, croup, hoarseness, whooping cough. Gently laxative. Guaranteed. Sold Ly A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Hotel St. George. Geo. W.. Stephens, Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. J. C. Stephens, Dallas, Tex.; Ben Mitchell, Portland; J. S. Almas and' Portland; E. O. Parker, Pilot Rock; Paul Young and wife. Walla Walla; H. Paulson and wife, Walla Walla; A. J. Goodfellow, Mrs.. R. H. Chlt.ten, Walla Walla; Wm. Dunn, Portland; J. R. Patterson, Boston; J. J. Mana ham, Portland; J. F. Markowetz. Spo kane; J. A. Allison, Portland; S. Thompson, Spokane; G. B. Hollaway, Portland; L. S. Kalter, St. Louis, Mo.; H. B.. Ferris. Chicago; W. McKervy, Chicago; M. B. Fowler, New Tork; F. P. Dllllnger, Denver. One application of ManZan Pli Remedy, for all forms of Piles, i soothes, reduces Inflammation, sore ness and Itching. Price 50c guaran teed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Frank L. Morris Killed. While attempting to cross the rail road track In front of a switch en. glne at Ellensburg Thursday morn ing Frank L. Morris, a baggageman fell and was run over, his body being cut completely In two. Operation for Piles will not be ne cessary if yeu use ManZan Pile Rem edy, guaranteed. Price 50 cents. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. 81 Liqnors at Cost. My entire line of wines, liquors and cigars must be disposed of by July i. i o oo so, everything will be sold at actual cost, nothing reserved. 'Now is the time to secure absolutely pure goods cheap. The Mint, J. P. Med- ernach, prop. Plneules for the Kidneys, 30 days trial $1, guaranteed. Plneules act di rectly on the Kidneys and bring relief in tne first dose to backache, weak back, rheumatic pains, kidney and bladder trouble. They purify the blood and Invigorate the entire sys tem. Sold by A, C. Koeppen & Bros. Attention, Saloonmen! For Sale Saloon In railroad town, 800 populatoln, monthly payroll, $1,- 00. Doing $15,000 year business dally expenses 112. Can give five year lease. Address, Box 6, Starbuck, Wash. Kodol Is the best known prepara tion that Is offered to the people to day for dyspepsia, Indigestion or any stomach trouble. Kodol digests all foods. It Is pleasant to take. It Is old here by Tallman & Co. Notice to Ice Users. Ail parties wanting ice delivered to their homes please hang out cards by 7 o'clock each morning where they can be seen by driver of wagon. Hen ry Koplttka. 'vrl 1 i mm mm The Franklin Car Has Stood the Practical Try out Test. It has iiiade good every day in the year and under all road conditions, in Umatilla County as welljas elsewhere it's as consistent and reli able as an express train. J Pendleton Auto Co. "Known For Its Strength" What It Means 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 of 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 protection is for YOU. The First National Bank PENDLETON, OREGON SECURITY O.K. Feed Yard nder new management. McBee & Hays, Props. FirSt-class topping place' for farmers. All teams well cared for. Charges reasonable. Aura Street, Between Alta and Webb. w RATES WILL BE MADE BY THE (D.IL&GL THIS SEASON AS FOLLOW8: ROUND TRIP MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS BY USING SKIDOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS Crush and mix In feed or salt Proper dot In tablets a Makes Your Stock Look Like the Top Price For Hones, Cattle, Sheep, Swine end Fowl. They are mide from the active principle or the coodcnied cmnce of the drui. They don't conUla 8awdut, Aahee, Chop Feed or Bran. Are lurt at food when It year old m when 10 dare old. They comply with all pore drn lawe, Atk for aad try one SKIDOO Condition Tablet, or 8KI0OO Worm, Kidney, Chicken Cholera, Bliater, Cathartic, Heave. Fever, Hof Cholera, Diatemper, Pink Eye, Colic tableteor U-u Powder, SpaTia Cur or Barb Wire Liniment. Diatrttmted by THK BLUI BELL MCDIOINB CO., Incorporated! Capital Stock 1X0,000.011! Watertown, South Dakota, U. 5. A. FOR SALE BY O. F. COLE8WORTHY. City Property for Sale Building- lote from $300 to $1000 Five-room dwelling, one lot $1400.00 Two lota and dwelling, chicken fencing and house $800.00 Seven-room dwelling and two lota $2000.00 Five room dwelling, barn and four Iota $1500.00 A home in any part of the city, FRANK D. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 E. Court St.. Pendleton. Ore. Daily East OreRonian, by carrier, 15 cents per week. TO Chicago St. Louis -St Paul Omaha -KansasCity DIRECT $72.50' 67.50 63.15 60.00: 60.00 TICKETS WILL BB ON BALK May 4. 18 June 5. 6. 19. 20 , Jly 6. 7. 22. 23 August 6. 7. 21. 22 Good for return In 10 days with atop. over privilege at pleasure within limits. Don't Forget the Dates For any further Information call on F. J. QUINLAN, Local Agent Or writ to WM. McMURRAY General Passenger Agent PORTLAND, ORSOON 'Phone Main 111. THORNTON .MUSIC CO 111 Mam Street HIGH GBADH PIANOS and ORGANS Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk. Ing Machine, Records, Cabinets and Mnalcal Merchandise.