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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, I'll IDA V, OCTOBER 2, 1008. PAVE SEVEN. FRIEND BROS. Tnn nTfmniiT wake jj ILVUU U UUIXIMJ FRIENDS m. ft jm i m We have th xclusive agency for this famous popular price line in Pendleton. Our line of over 1 00 patterns to choose from at $8.50, 10, 12,50. 1 3.50. 15. 16.50, -18 and $20.00 enables you to get what you want and saves you money on every suit. PERFECT FUT E E Jl'DGI'S AT FA I It SHOW CALL EXHIBITS CHAOTIC It''oiiiiin-ii(l Tliut Fulr A.HMMintioii ItcfiiHC to Give Premiums to Ex lilhitornWIio Show IiiiX'rfc(l Wormy or Diseased Fruits Want Standard SI.ch for Exhibits Miiny Entiles .iM-iir liHlcr Wrong I 1908 b Fnend brother Comptny Mil.iuke We have the novelties and regular cut Suist and Coats, and Raincoats too. Our purchases this season in this range of prices were larger than all the other re tailers in Pendleton combined. If you have failed to see our line you have failed to see an assortment that does justice to any city. Every garment has Friend Bros." guarantee label in the inside pocket look for it. F. E. Livengodd & Co. Teutsch's Old Stand Wi I I I City Brevities Fine Havlland at Ingrams. Fresh fruits, vegetables, Ingrami. Try La FonUlne'i Sunday dinners. Fresh Olymplu oystera at Hohbach's, Home mado broad Ingram's Saturday. All kinds of good dry wood. See Minn in. riot your tickets now for the sacrej concert. Home cooking Thursday and Friday lit Ingrams. 1-atcst records for Columbia graph oplwncs at Graliam's. Best nut coal. Give us a chance. Oregon Lumber Tard. Children's bear skin coats at $2.75, worth $5. Wonder Store. Second-hand hack for sale cheap. Inquire, nt Ingram's grocery. See Mlnnls for good dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. Home made brown bread and white bread at Ingram's Saturday. Every fruit on the Pendleton mar ket can be found at Ingram's. . Bed sheets, 72x1(0 inches, at 49e each, worth 7r.e. The Wonder Store. Protect your family and yourself, Join the Fraternal Brotherhood. Be sure and see us before you get your fuel. Oregon Lumber Yard. New shipment of quinces and Isa belle grapes Just arrived at Ingrams. 'I'hone In your order for u nice drescI chicken at Ingram's Satur day. Get our prices pn Cascade fir wood and slab wood. Oregon Lumber Tard. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Fnnulrc at East Oregonian office. All kinds of transfer work done A dainty scarf pin Is one of the neatest pieces of Jewelry a person can own. We have a nice stock of them In either gold or gold filled, ranging from 75c to $10.00 each. Call and see them. No trouble to show goods at our house. Louis Hunziker Jeweler and Optician. 72S Main St. promptly. Stansberry A Mime, phone Main 6. Havlland, crockery, glassware and kitchen utensils of every description at Ingrams. Notice Furnishings for sale and rooming house to rent. Inquire 621 Garden street. For Sale 500 tons alfalfa and cor rals and water. Address O. F. Thom son, Kcho, Oregon. We have what you want. The Fra ternal Brotherhood pays accident, as well as Insurance. Wanted Good boy not younger than 16, to work In printing office. Apply at this office. For saK Scholarship In Pendleton business college at big reduction. Ad dress Box 74, Echo, Ore. Dr. Cole has resumed practice. Of fice Judd building, rhonu Main 137. Residence phone Main 188. Wanted To rent a good four or five-room cottage with bath. Must be close in. Address P. O. box 5. Lost at the f:ilr Lady's belt pin, hand painted china, gold mounted. Finder leave at this office. Howard.; Lost Ladles' gold watch, Initials U. S. engraved on same and picture In back. Will pay reward If return ed to this office. "Cut prices" In all lines at Good man Hardware company's . We are retiring from business and no goods reserved during our cut price wile. W. B. Graham, whllo In Portland recently, purchased a fine line of Co lumbla graphophones to be added to tlio stock of the Pendleton Furniture Co. Don't overlook our big reduction salo. Everything In the hardware line at greatly reduced prices for the next 20 days Goodman Hardware company. Be sure and attend the sacred con cert Sunday evening in the pavilion, given by Do Caprlo's concert band. Two hours of musical enjoyment, no confetti selling or noise to mar the t eiilng's entertainment. To Fair Visitors Buy a farm In southern Oregon for $200 and you get a town lot In Lakevlew free. Pay able $10 a month. Get particulars of Pendleton Investment company, American Natlonol bank building. MANY WIN PHIZES. (Continued from page S.) For Sale. One of the very best wheat farina In Gilliam county, Oregon, consisting of 800 acres, all plow land, and all now In summer fallow ready for sed Ing: fair Improvements with drilled well, yielding plenty of water, on place; situated near Olex, on county road. Address R. T. Cox, Portland, Oregon. under two years. Bain Bros., second on suckling colt. Mrs. Mary Jackson, second on best under two years (gelding). Mrs. Anna B. Richardson, second on mare under two years. Chris Breding, first on gelding three years and over. John Crow, first on best two years and under three. Tom Thompson, first on suckling colt, best 2 year old stallion. A. B. McKwen, first on best under two years old and second on two year olds,, gelding over three, suckling colt. Thos. Thompson, first on best lady driver and horse. C. E. Nelson, second on gelding four years and over. Mules. Thos. Thompson, first on yearling mule and best pair of mules. A. B. Cooley, first on Jack. M. J. Foster, first and second on suckling mule colts. C. E. Cameron, first on Jack. Cnttle Hcrftmls. Jersey. Ed Morgan, first on cow in milk. Grade Slock. Ed Morgan, first on cow and first on calf. J. E. Smith Livestock Co., first on heifer under two years. M. J. Foster, first and second on mare three years old and over. Fichard Thompson, first on brood mare, four years and over. Roadster. H. Raymond, first on driving team. J. M. Swnggart, first on gelding four years and over. S. A. Storie, second on best lady driver and horse. Mrs. Frank Frazler, first on single pacer. That stringent rules regarding the exhibition of imperfect fruit at the fair be adopted by the fair manage ment Is the recommendation of Mes dames C. M. Shields of Milton and S. L. Carson of Irrlgon, who together with S. H. Clark of Milton, are the Judged of that class of exhibits. Tbe ladies last evening complained bitterly that the exhibitors them selves, especially in apples and pears had not taken better care In selecting their exhibits. Only one perfect ap pie display was found among all the individual showings and the rest, to gether with all the pears were affect ed with worms, scale, or bitter rot. The peaches and grapes were gener ally pretty cl"an fruit. The ladies w'U recommend that no premiums be ( in on any Imperfect fruit next yec Another recommen dation will be I the individual dis plays entered l. placed In one loca tion Instead of distributed among all the booths a the custom this year. The Judges have found their task very arduous, having in many cases to pass Judgment on a box of apples as compared with the entry of a plate of the same variety. They believe that a uniform Hlzed exhibit would be of great value. fine feature of the task that showed a negligence upon the part of the ex hibitors was the misnaming of many exhibits Some fruits exhibited under wrong names would have taken first prizes hnd they been properly enter ed, but were under the circumstances thrown out. The objections raised by the Judges are based upon a desire for more Ju dicious and earnest work In bringing the fruit standards of 1'matllla and Morrow counties up to the highest rank. BRIDE OF SIX WF.F.KS IS CALLED BY DEATH Mrs. I.lnnle Cook, wife of S. R Cook, and a bride of six weeks, died this morning at her home on the cor ner of Marie and Bluff streets. Death was due to an attack of typhoid fe ver. The deceased was the daughter of C. Bronson of 715 West Railroad street, and had lived In this city all her life. She was born here January 15, 1890. She was married to S. B. Cook August 18 of this year and was taken with her fatal illness four wveks ago. No arrangements have been made for the funeral na relatives are ex pected from Walla Walla and Top penlsh, but It will probably be held Sunday. Pendleton Cloak & Suit Ilouso High grade Clothes, Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, Voile and Panama Skirts, Furs a nice line to select from. Suits at $20 and $25, good styles in plain effects, with the fashionable semi-fitted long Coats and gored Skirts Dozens of styles to choose from. One lot of Ladies' Coats in Blue, Brown and Black worth $25 to go at $16.50 At the UP-TO-DATE STORE The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon It Is with pleasure that we call your attention to the statement below, of which we are Justly proud. If careful, conservative management In a bank appeals .to you, and you aesjre every detail of your banking busi ness given careful attention, we would respectfully solicit your account. Report of the Condition, September 23, 1908. To the Comptroller of the Currency. Condensed SADDLE HORSE STOLEN FROM CITY LIVERY STABLE Carney & Kennedy, proprietors of the city livery stable, are now mourn ing the loss of one of their saddle horses. He has been gone for three days and circumstances Indicate that the animal has been stolen by the ' customer who hired him. Several days the man appeared at the stable and hired the horse to ride to Hoidman. There was nothing in the appearance of the fellow to excite suspicion and he was given a mount. Hut he has not yet returned the steed and this morning the stablemen no tified the sheriff's office of the matter. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts . . . $ Overdrafts United States bonds.... Other bonds and warrants Bank building CASH. Cash on hand. J146.019.60 Due from banks 4S2.S14.2S Redemption fund 7,000,00 90S.300.8S 34,690.17 257,426.00 20,745.99 20,000.00 635.S33.SS Fresldent rulllam refuses to decide the protests raised in connection with the New York-Chicago games before i be end of the season, 11,874.995.92 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $ 200,000.00 Surlpus and undivided profits 83.14&.05 Circulation 137,500.00 Due other banks 32,880.78 Deposits 1,421,46.8 QJ $1,874, 995.92 I, G. M. Rice, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. M. RICE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of September, 1908. C. K. CRANSTON, (SEAL.) Notary Public for Oregon. A Sl'Rl'RlSED MINISTER. Bad storm In North. Prince Rupert, Can., Oct. 2. One of the worst storms that has occurred In months in northern British Colum bia has been raging here for several days with little sign of abating. The deluge of rnin frequently changes to .hull. Many light houses are being blown to pieces. The Fraternal Brotherhood pays four ways, accident, disability, old age and death. For further Informa tion apply to J. T. Mahoney, deputy supreme president, 612 Willow street, telephone Black 3433. Think Murderer Ul Knife. Bclllngham, Oct. 2. T rn police believe that J. K. Tho..i if confessed wife munle- d :.: wife Instead of shooting heiore bury ing the remains in the back yard. Thomas still Insists that he used the revolver. Vrlgllt Gets Reward. Paris, Oct. 2. The Aero club today sent Wilbur Wright, the Ohio aviator, a check for $1000 ns a prize for hav ing made the longest flight ever ac complished over the prescribed course, Read the East Oregonian. People let their sink spouts empty on the ground near their wells, and then wonder where they or their chil dren "could have caught diphtheria or typhoid fever." Hyomel Cured Bronchial Catarrh Af ter He Had Given Up In Despair. "For many years I have been a sufferer from bronchial catarrh, and had despaired of anything like a cure. Judge of my pleasant surprise when I first used Hyomel, which brought complete relief. Hyomel has been a veritable godsend." Rev. Charles Hartley, Sardinia, Ohio. Thero are many readers of the East Oregonian who are suffering from catarrh, either nasal or bron chial. Many of these despair of ever being cured. They have soaked their stomachs with nostrums until they are disgusted with all medicines, and are now traveling In their miserable way, allowing the devilish germs of catarrh to sap them of their health, energy and vitality. But let us reason together. Tall man & Co., the druggists, have a guaranteed remedy for cattarrh, colds, coughs, bronchitis, croup and all In flammatory diseases of the nose, throat and bronchial tubes. The name of this remarkable remedy Is Hyomel, and If It doesn't cure Tall man & Co. will give you your money back. Hyomel (pronounced Hlgh-o-me) Is medicated air; you Just breathe It through the Inhaler over the Inflam ed and germ ridden membrane, and Its soothing antiseptic properties will allay the Inflammation, destroy the germs, and restore the entire respira tory tract to Its normal conditions. A complete Hyomel outfit. Includ ing a hard rubber Inhaler, costs but $1.00. and an extra bottle of Hyomel, If afterwards needed, costs but 50 cents. See Tallman & Co. about It today. THE SHOW SHOP Cor. Main & Court Sts. A. C Friedly, Mgr. Entire Change of Program Today. Hot or Cold Bottle The new vacum bottle, will keep oontents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for 72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. 1HE DRUG STORK THAT SERVKS YOU BEST. For sale at the East Oregonian office Large bundles of newt papers, containing over 100 big papers, can be had for 25c a bundle.