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DAILY EAST ORKGOMAN, PENDLETON, OltEGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1008. PAGE FIVE. Forrest Mills UNDERWEAR. Right now is the time to buy your winter Underwear, and Forrest Mills is the kind to Buy. Ladies sepesate garments 35c- $1.50 Ladies Union Suits - 75c - $3.50 All cotton, cotton and wool mixed, all sillc or silk and wool. The best fitting and best wearing Underwear on the market. A large stock or Children s Underwear at 25c a garment. F. E. Livengood & Co. TeutscVs Old Place PERSONAL MENTION , i LOCALS 'i Lumber Iiuwinun photo studio now open Fresh Olymplu oytten at llohbach'ti. "Uau" sad Irons at W. J. Clurk & Co Howard heaters at W. J. Clarke & Co.'s. Ail kinds of Rood dry wood. See M'.nr'.s. Fine rugs nnd Ingrain carpets at Ciahams. I '.est nut coal. Give us a chance (Tvjjon Lumber Yard. Pt-e Mlnnls f"r good dry wood that turns. Lots of It on hand. Gas sad Irons cost lc an hour to op rate. See V. J. Clarke & Co. For Kent Three rooms, furnished i'r housekeeping 301 S. Main. Oak wood, the heat producer, for .ik at the Oregon Lumber yard. Get our prices on Cascade fir wood and slab wood. Oregon Yard For Salo 16 head work horses from 1 to 8 years old. Inquire this office. Teautlful line of new Ingrain car nets lust received at Grahams. None better. A modern cottage for rent. In quire of Lot Llvermore, 11 East Court street. Wanted permanently Small cot tage, furnished or partly furnished. Address, Box D87. For Kent Four room furnished house at 212 Kant Uluff street. .In finite 725 Calvin street. For Sale Five-acre ranch, well Improved, 1 miles east of Pendle trn. AiUlress Box 670 P. O. Gus La. Fontaine has Just received a fresh lot of crawfish, crab and oys ters In the shell at the Quelle. M. li. Keys cab stand at Golden Itule hotel. Phono main 25. Special attention given to parties and dances. Lost Indies' brown fur, Thursday night, between Armory hall and Bos ton store. Finder leave at this office. Iteward. See Coutts & Hays, agents for the popuhir Oregon Fire Relief associa tion. Over Bond Bros, store, Tendle ton, Oregon. Wanted Within the next few days, 15 or 20 head of good horses, well broke, from 1100 up. Inquire at Ore gon Feed Yard. Wanted Position as clerk or book keeper bv voting man with no bad habits, experience Hotel work preferred. Address, Box 26S, City. Second hand goods bought and sold. Best price paid. Empire sec ond hand store, Empire block, across from N. P. depot. Phone Red 3201. For Sale 7-year-old sorrel mare; weight 150; gentle family horse. Con cord buggy and harness. Will sell si parntc. Address Box 670, Pendle ton, Ore. At tlic Pendleton. K. Jacobsen, The Dalles; R. H. Brown, Taconia; H. It. Hogue, Walla Walla; II. I. Price, J. H. Thompson, Potland; Mr. and Mrs. Blanchfield, Kan Francisco; Geo. Stevens, W. It. McMahan, Spokane; N. B. Mackllne, Portland; W. G. Fortman, San Fran cisco; A. Bramer, F. L. Vuileit. Port land; Mrs. J. B. Aycrs, Hllgard; W. Oesmlehen, Dresden; Wm. Mahcr, Portland. and references. Plnetiles for the kidneys are little golden globules which act directly on the kidneys. A trlHl will convince you of quick results for backache, rheumatism, lumbago and tired worn out feeling. SO days trial $1.00. They purify the blood. Sold by A. C. Koep pett & Bros. A Wtrt of Prayer. Services are being held each day this week at the. Church of the Re deemer, this being set apart as a week of prayer In the Kpiscopal church. The service tonight will be at 7:30; Wednesday, 10 a. m.; Thursday. 4 p. in.; Friday. 10 a, m ; Saturday, 2 p. m. All nre cord. ally invited to any or all of these services. CHARLES (jl'IXNEY, Rector. Hoarse coughs nnd stuffy colds that may develop Into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. as It soothes Inflam ed membranes, heals the lungs, and expels the cold from the system. Pen dleton Drug Co. A sncml Comvrt. An organ recital and sacred con cert will be given under the auspices of the choir of the Church of the Re deemer on Monday next, December 7. at 8 o'clock. The object being to raise money for choir expenses. Foley's Orlno Laxative cures chron ic constipation nnd stimulates the liv er. Ol'llio regulates mo uoweis so mey will act naturally and you do not have to take purgatives continuously. The Pendleton Drug Co. For rent Store room In the East Oregonlan building on Main street Inquire at this office. r IMPORTED M BAY RU Distilled from the leaves; has that delicate, aromatic, oriental odor which makes people who know "what," consider their toilet or bath incomplete without it. It is void of that stinging, burning sensation, but has just enough "bite" to make it soothing and antisep tic and acts as a panacea to even the most delicate skin in weather that tends to chap and roughen. In fact, 'tis a fine toilet requisite. Ask for an original bottle of the Pyramid Brand. 75c EN 1HE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. James Johns was a business visitor yesterday at Adams. Mrs. Mary Price of Adams, was In Pendleton on business today. R. C. Michael of Myrlck, was a bus iness visitor in Pendleton today. Lawrence Lleuallen of Adams, has been a visitor In the city today. W. H. Porter of Pilot Rock, was "a business visitor today in Pendleton. W. lit Cargill of Nye, was In town today, earing for business matters. J. S. Bell of Athena, was In tho city yesterday caring for affairs of busi ness. J. II. Crawford and wife of Hermls- ton, were visitors in Pendleton on bus iness today. Mrs. Robert Klaiifield of Kcho, was n visitor in Pendleton today on a trad Ing mission. Henry Koepko of Athena, was s visitor In Pendleton today, caring for buslnes affairs. Mr. and. Mrs. J. B. Ayres of HII garu, were visitors in renaieton on business today. Andy Larson was In town today from his ranch In tho Juniper district, laying In supplies. J. O. McCoy and wife of Echo, were visitors In Pendleton last evening on i trading mission. Homer I. Watts, tho Athena attor ney, whs In Pendleton today on pro fessional business. John Bell was down from Athena oduy, caring for business mutters and ailing upon friends. Attorney J. P. Neal of Freewater, win a visitor In Pendleton on profes- ional business today. Mrs. Pearl McCnllotigh of Echo, was a visitor in Pendleton last evening calling among fi lends. 55. W. Lockwood was an Athena vis itor in Pendleton yesterday looking after business matters. Zeph Lockwood was down from Athena, today, looking after business interests In Pendleton. Attorney C. T. Godwin of Milton, was a visitor In Pendleton today, car ing for business matters. B. II. Mllllkeii of Athena, was a visitor in Pendleton yesterday caring for matters of business. V. K. Sherman was a business vis itor from Pilot Rock In the city to day, caring for business matters. A. B. Stephens. Jr.. tho Umatilla merchant, was a visitor In Pendleton today caring for business matters. B. F. Swaggart. prominent Morrow county stockman, has been here to day. He Is on his way to Spokane. C. F. Vandewater traveling freight agent for the O. It. & N., was a visitor in Pendleton looking after business today. Miss Myrtle Walker left this morn ing for Berkeley. Cal., where she will visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. F. Hendley. Mis. V. Kupers and daughter, Miss Elva. have returned from a visit at the home of Mrs. Kupers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schroder In Spo kane, j Donald McDonald, wife nnd daugh ter of Walla Wall. i. former residents of Weston, were in Pendleton last night, guests at the home of Mr. McDonald's daughter, Mrs. Will M. Peterson. Mr. McDonald nnd his family were bound for Riverside, Cal., where they will spend the winter. W. G. Fortman of Portland, Is In the city today calling on his friend. John M. Bentley, In the Interests of the Aachen & Munich insurance con cern, for which he Is special agent. Mr. Bentley bears the distinction of having been tho first agent of that company In the state of Oregon. Habitual Constipation I Iny bo pcrmnnotiuy overcome by proper personal efforts with the assistance oftlwonp truly bencirial laxntivi; remetly, byrup oj figs and Lluiruj.Somiii, wliicn enables oneto orm regular Iiobits daily so tliut cssistunrt' to na ure may lie gradual dispensed witlt ulion no IoiiAi.t needed ostli(.'l)esto reme(!ies,wlien required, are to assist nnture and not to Supplonttlte nutur al junctions, which must depend ulti mutejy upon proper nourishment, proper efforts.and riht living generally. TojJet its bonejieial effects, alwuvs l)uy the etiume bynm'f fftsEl iurtfSenna California Fig Srairp Co. only SOU? BVALL LEADING DRUGGISTS umsirpuuly, rejnuur (ijito 50 pwllutUc. ADMIRAL EVANS TO DECDME A UL'ILDKR OP JIAILKOADS New at Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Los Angeles, Cal. "Fighting Bob" Evans Is to become a builder of rail roads and a developer of harbor wa terways. This became known today, when it was announced that the re tired naval hero had been chosen chairman of the directorate of the Los Angeles Harbor company, which s building a railway system from San Pedro harbor to points In south ern California. The company with which Admiral Evans Is associated has some valuable water front hold ings at San Pedro, and during the visit here of the battleship fleet the admiral became greatly Interested in the development of this port. Lieutenant General Chaffee, now a Ity official of Los Angeles, and other army ami naval friends of Admiral Evans urged him to come to Califor nia after his retirement from active service. Officials of the harbor com pany stated today that Admiral Evans Is expected here to asume his duties April 1. Globe-Democrat. Colds contracted at this season of the year are quickly relieved with Bees laxative Cough Syrup. Its laxa tive quality rids the system of the cold. Pleasant to take. Best for children for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Sold by A. C. Koep pen & Bros. A 7. Received today a large assortment of "King" Waists. These waists are beautifully made of the finest materials and they are mod eled by experts over live figures, every detail of design and fit is punctiliously correct. Smartness breathes from every line and fold, every waist is hand laundered. When you wear the, King tailored waist you lend your figure smart ness, style and comfort that all other waists lack. At the Up-to-Date Store Read the East Oregonlan. For your next meal, try Ml'SIO ADD DRAWING COURSE FOR PENDLETON SCHOOLS Miss L. Edith Hutchens has been engaged by the local school board to give Instructions In music and art In the Pendleton schools.. She is now en mute to this place from her home at Evansvllle, Indiana, and Is expected here dally. She will begin upon, her duties Immediately after her arrival. For some time past It has been the Intention of the school board to es tablish a department of music and art In the city schools, but they de ferred the matter owing to their in ability to secure a competent person for Instructor. In Miss Hutchens they have at last secured one meeting tho necesary requirements. SPECIAL MEETINGS AT THE BAPTIST CIU RCII THIS WEEK The subject of the sermon tonight at the Baptist church Is "A Chance to Drop an Endless Task." The pastor, Rev. R. E. Storey. Is preaching In the absence of Evangelist Bledsoe, who Is detained a few days at Echo. Last night Pastor'Storey showed in a ser mon from the text. Be ye doers of the word." that to do the word was to be lieve It and to net upon that belief. To "work the works of God," as Je sus said In John 6, was "to believe In Him whom God hnth sent." Such a belief Is always a great motive force in the life. Each of us has a con treat with God, 1. e some truth that we believe. If we make that belief active It will lead us Into duty nnd the fullness of the light of Ood. Gus Lafontaine, Prop. Restaurant and Oyster House Meals at all Hours 25c Open all Night : Oysters, j Cracked Crabs, VsIUWaiaai, Clan S; etc. Everything New and Up-to-date. 626 Main Street, Lafon taine Block. FIRST CLASS SERVICE i i i i i l i i Do You Have Eye Troubles? If so, come to us with t hem. Let them be large or small, we can correct the defect and guarantee that you will be well pleas ed with your glasses. Our method of testing eyes Is the simplest, most accurate and less nerve trying than a ny other method used In the city. The lenses and frames a r-i the best quality and prices most reasonable. LOUIS HUNZIKER Jeweler and Optician. 726 Main Street. WOOD or COAL HEATERS Either New or Second Hand Desertion Alleged. Desertion is alleged as grounds for a divorce suit brought today by Re na Taylor vs. James Taylor to whom she was married at Ceres, N. T., 10 years ago. There Is a nine year old son, of whom the mother asks custody. The man who has a good wife and conscientiously takes her advice, is not likely to get Into very deep trou ble, cither In this world or the next. Small,' Medium and Large Sizes. New Heaters $3 and up Second Hand ones at your own price. Come here and Ml save you money V. STROBLE, 210 East Court street Phone Black S171 Specials old Ueather Warmer wear for the cold spell before you and at prices reduced so as to appeal to all. 75c Golf Gloves for 50c Golf Gloves for 35c and 40c Golf Gloves for S weater Coats Flannel Shirts, $2.50 values for Corduroy Shirts, $2.50 values Heavy Socks, the 3 for 50c kind at 10c Tan Socks now Warm Fleece Lined Underwear 50c 35c 25c $1.25 up to $5.00 $2.00 $1.50 and $2.00 now going . . 2 pairs for 25c 6Qc per dozen 75c per suit $1.00 per suit Heavy Ribbed Cotton Underwear Cooper's Fancy Wool Underw'r $2.50 to $3 per suit Park Mills Underwear, regular $3.00 values now selling here for . . $2,00 per suit Union Suits . $1.25 to $5.00 per suit Our regular prices are al ways below those charged elsewhere and when WE CUT OUR. PRICES, you may rest assured ours are she lowest, sale or no sale. Workingmen's Clothing Company Bill Bailey in Charge of Clothing Dep'L. Cor. Main and Webb Sts. For sale at the East Oreeonian office Large bundles of new paper, containing over 100 big papers, can be bad for 25c a bundle.