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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908, PAGE THREE Churches r . T-nmiirt'ir ' f "a- slTF V i " J 'InTomorrdws Papers for The Secret of the -O 3. C tui 1 Pi'OHbyterlun Ouirdi. Corner College and Alta. W. Van Nuys, pastor. Sermons 11 a. and 8 p. m. Bible school at 10 a. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m. Clu'tHtlaii Science. Conerciratlonal church, corner Wi-bb and Johnson streets. Church service at 11 a. m. Subject of lesson sermon, "Truth. Wednesday meet ing at 8 p. m. IiaptiMt Church. Baptist church, corner East Alta and Johnson streets. Rev. R. E. Strong, pastor, 802 East Alta street. Morning and evening worship. Ser mon at 11 o'clock, "Whence, then, hath this man all these things, or life more than kindred and place." Sermon at 8 o'clock, "Jesus a taxpay er, or what docs the church pay?" Special music at both services; male. quartette In the evening. Bible school at 10 o'clock, with classes for all. Young people's meeting at 7 o'clock. J low in Slake Anilirosla, C1 KuniiiHT Drink. One large ripe pineapple, six oranges, one cup of sugar, one gldKH of sherry. Slice one large ripe plenapple and six oranges, sprinkle pulverized sugar over them then one layer of pineap ple, alHo sprinkle with sugar one layer of oranges; sprinkle with sugar; continue till all the fruit Is UHed. Pour a wine glass of sherry over the top. It It stand about two hours be fore serving. This Is a delic ious cool dessert. TIT MIXED DINNER OF MINE Church of the Redeemer, There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion at 7:30 p. m. Di vine service with a brief address at 11 a. m. There will be no evening service. . Say, Mr. Editor: JJid you ever chute the chutes? If you ever did you didn't get Into any more energetic action than I get Into a-chucklng the chuck. If an old maid should see me chucking the chuck, Bhe would most appropriately describe it as "Just awful." You and I and others, too, have seen people whose organs of speech and organs of sight are uncontrollable, but I don't be lieve I ever saw a person with uncon trollable organs of chewing, for I never could find the time to look In to a reflector while engaged In my most enjoyable pastime, that of chucking the chuck. Well, one night not long since I went down to a popular chuck resort In this town arid ordered a mixed say, you know of course what "mix ed' means? You have used the word so often In getting a drink oh-h beg-g-g poddon beg poddon, Mr. Editor, I only meant to tell you about my ordering a mixed chuck order the other night down here. Yes, sure, a fellow can order a mixed supper If he wants it, can't he? The hasher came a-sllnglng around end sung out In a verbal string so many good things and held them up for my admiring Inspection, that I JUBt up and decided that I would take a mixed supper that night and fool 'em all. The hasher didn't know at first what I meant,' but I finally made him understand. I ordered a small side of rare T-bone well done, a big slice of beef ham, three lightly fried over after being cooked well, a big porterhouse fried In small places, a half hind quarter of veil cutlets rolled In cracked crackers, hind leg of an old sow with a side of "ham and" to come along, all well done, a platter of breaded biscuits butter ed with this new fangled "greaseless" butter, a half basketful of toad-frog legs cooked to a crisp whee jlzzl kers! old man, you don't know whats good till you try that last named Item and In the drinking line I had almost everything nameable 'ceptlng this city water golly, take that stuff to the coal house and pour it out the back window ugh! Who won't sec ond that motion? 1 won't try your patience with a full list of the drinks, but there was one I was about to leave out along with Pendleton's main asset of un healthlness until the hasher told me how to fix It to keep It from giving the stumlck hurts. That was this dope they call "nearer my (mother-in-law)? to thee." The hasher told me to put a compound composition of Durompaetlc-aromadlec-lilllcon-tistiaec (now say, old head, If I see you coming toward me tomorrow like you are unable to pronounce a certain compound word and are look ing for help, I swan! I'll run away from Pendleton and never come back) hasher told me to put that Into the foamy article and It wouldn't hurt me. Just try it once, Cap, and quit pending your money with the O. R. & N. going to Walla Walla Ach! Poddon again. After washing up things with a half gallon of consumptive dairy product, I waggled across to the St. George now Mac. honest; old Fel', this Isn't an attempt to, hurt your fine business and purchased the right of way to and Into a swell two-bit room up the second flight over the restaurant cook stove. The added weight of the mid dle portion of me body soon pulled me off Into the shades of slumber land, and It was sure a shady land where 1 went. .The day had been one of these days that make a fellow think he Is living in times that are akin to the place where you and I and all the other swells are going i some day, away over yonder In the ! great Beyond. The day had been so tarnntlng wide from north pole temperatures that . the only pleasant thoughts that I had . had running through my Bkull the. whole day were of the beautiful park, I on the old cemetery site that would, some day adorn this "city.' Conse-, quently In slumberland these same ' thoughts followed In the form known as dreams. But I didn't dream alto-' gether of cool shady trees and wav-, lng green grasses. I dreamed that I , had been' dead and burled In Olney , cemetery for all time since Noah, came floating along over the country ( now known a Umatilla. I dreamed, I had ben one of Noah's niggers that the Great Supreme gave him to raise , future slaves from and a big whale had gotten hold of one of my hind feet and pulled me out through a crack In the. bottom of the ark and souccd me Into the mud of Olney, where I had been lying ever since. I was passing and kept passing and probably would have continued to Hint Methodist. Corner of Webb and Johnson streets. Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by Rev. Bleakney. All are Invited. Hundreds of people who suffer from backache, rheumatism, lama pass along the countless causeways back( lumbag0 and 8lmiiar allmenta of this terrifying dream forevermore are not aware tnat theBe art merely or until Mac came, if I handn't j iymptoma of kidney trouble. Pin dreamed that I saw your head and 1 euies for the kidneys act dlrecUy on pleasant countenance stuck on the tne kidneys, bringing quick relief to shoulders of one of these dairy milk ! backache and other symptoms of kid-tuberculnslg-sls-zlz-z-z-zlter, oh, turn ney and bladder derangement 80 d'hoz on me germs coming across days' trial $1 and guaranteed or mon Umatllla river bridge toward the park J ey back. 8o!d by A. C. Keeppen 4k for a walk. The sight so terrified me Bros. that I tumbled out of bed and through the window out on top of the cook stove chimney and fell down, St. Nicholas fashion, on the stove where ' Brewery Workers Protest. Milwaukee, Wis., July 25. A mam moth demonstration against the "de- the little Jap was wiping things up structlve Inroads upon national pros preparatory for the day's work. I perlty" made by the prohibition and Things would have ended well sooner ' anti-saloon movement will be made than they did If I could have held tomorrow by the Brewery Workers' back the swarms of of o' well,. I ! union. Thousands of brewery work will let you say that word this time J men and members of various other but I mean the awarms of those labor unions are expected to partlcl germs that the city physician has 1 pate. Prominent labor leaders will warned us all against and which I speak at Pabst park upon the prohi- took into my miserable hulk the night bitlon issue. before in that half gallon of dairy product. They had increased till there were several bushels of them came rolling out there in front of the little Jap ! dollars in wages has resulted. It is declared that there are 600 laborers idle in Milwaukee as the re sult of the spread of prohibition and that a loss of nearly half a million right on the stove ready to be cook ed for the hungry patrons, and the little Jap, taking it all in with the quick understanding for which his people are noted, and also being prompted by the desire to be cour teously grateful, another peculiar trait of his nation, he started to embrace me with thankfulness, but I said "no, that's all right, sure!" and went for the bar-room door and exit. I tum bled Into the basement across the street, wrapped my miserable hulk in some of your goods and skipped for home, where I had been too full the night before to go. Most sincerely, respectfully, yours truly, JOHNNIE G ETCHER. P. S. I shall present my bill to the restaurant proprietor the 1st. Operation for Piles will not be ne cessary it you use ManZan Pile Rem edy, guaranteed. Price 60 cents. Sold by A. C Koeppen A Bros. Prohibition Winning. Dallas, Tex., July 25. Early re ports indicate that today's democratic state primary will result in a demand upon the legislature to submit an amendment to the constitution pro viding for state prohibition of the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquor. Soda Fountain Needed in Wale. Consul Jense H. Johnson, of Swan sea, In reporting on the dearth of soda fountains in Wales suggests that this should interest American manufacturers of that article. He says: In this district, where there are quite half a million of people and numerous pleasure resorts. I have made special Investigations and found only two very small fountains They are owned by enterprising people and are much patronized. There are large quantities of soft or temper ance drinks consumed in Wales an nually, and Swansea has several fac tories for their manufacture. To open trade in this large field direct rep resentation Is required In order to thoroughly Introduce American soda fountains. Responsible local agents may then be appointed to expand the business, for which there is a good future. "E. C. DeWltt & Co., Chicago, III. Gentlemen In 1897 1 had a disease of the stomach and bowels. In the spring of 1902 I bought a bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received an the gold in Georgia could not buy. May you live long and prosper. Yours very truly, C. N. Cornell, Rodlng, Ga.( Aug. 27, 1906." Sold by Tallman A Co. Dr. J. S. Courtney, a prominent physician of Portland, has been held to appear before the grand Jury for performing a criminal operation up on a 15-year-old girl which resulted In her death. yrupflgs One application of ManZan Pile Remedy, for all forms of Piles, soothes, reduces inflammation, sore ness and itching. Price 60c guaran teed. Sold hy A. C. Koeppen ft Bros. acts gently yet prompt Iv onTae bou els, cleanses me system effectually assists one m overcoming habitual consignation permanently. To get its beneficial effects buy the Genuine. f ianuf act u red by the California Jig Syrup Co. SOLD BVLEADJNC DRUGGISTS -5H BOTTLE. Hacks of All Kinds at Wissen Implement Co. Mountain Hacks 1-2 Plat form Hacks Road Wagons Crank Spring Wagons Georgia Wagons Boys' Wagons Farm Wagons of All Kinds The Mitchell Wagon has been in use for 73 years and is still in the lead. Come in and see us. 7 Toil hTf tri4 all klnda-of pllln, wtrt and eathirtlrti for Constfpft nun ina iaivbt ;(miinina. mmm isisi sis. at a. uiim. i'ab i u Tmota tod a how much LnttAr thi rn. ttfttl til ft dittttr In wntm. Thfl action la nevar attended br thai ll sronftalrk Anafttir.nth mlr sm fel better tb m inn la yon Uka (bam. Thar brae you up and pnft nw llf u " uis jiu jnni stcniinr inu iwtmr, ocmnmn triRj mrm oiaaa i ran to a mira (ugMuro ijritoia, um dot will oodtIqc jq. m la im, BETTER THIN PUIS FflD I IVFl HIS. TS A. H. Uwii Medicine cif Hl"iT 'StLouIl.Ma. m n mi TALLMAN & CO. PENDLETON, ORE. HALF PRICE SAL Ladies' and Children's Wash Dresses at lHhlf Price See Window Display Alexander Dep't Store Givers of Best Values TIiq First ofionol ionli PENDLETON, OREGON Report of the Condition, July 1 5. 1 908 To the Comptroller of Currency. CONDENSED Resources Loans and discounts....! Overdrafts U. S. Bonds Other bonds, warrants, etc Real estate (bank build ing) S45.879.05 1S.S69.S5 190.000.00 27,120.29 20,000.00 Gash. Cash on hand 143,049.71 Due from banks S71.S81.84 Redemption fund 7.000.00 621,431.65 Total $1,718,191.24 Liabilities Capital stock $. 800.000.M Surplus and undivided profits 74,868.17 Circulation 10S.S40.8I Due to banks 40,412.11 Deposits 1,298,981.12 Total 81,718,191.24 I, George Hartman, Jr., Assistant Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. GEORGE HARTMAN, Jr. Ass't. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of July'1908. C K. CRANSTON, Seal Notary Public for Oregon. Op. Hotel Pendleton. Pendleton, Ore. Good Trade Is The Best Why not learn a profitable trade ?--It's the bestcapital. To men, women and boys who want to be In dependent, we teach watchmaking, engraving and optics, and give an opportunity to earn money while learning. Our terms put this chance with in reach of all. Write for particulars and let us put you on the road to Independence. Seattle Watchmaking and Engraving School 4th & Pike Sts. SEATTLE City Property for Sale Building lots from $300 to $1009 Five-room dwelling, one lot $1400.0 Two lots and" dwelling, chicken fencing and house $800.00 Seven-room dwelling and two lota $2000.00 Five room dwelling, barn and four lots $1500.00 A home In any part of the city. FRANK D. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 E. Court St, Pendleton. Ore.