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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, FENDLETOJf, OREGON, SATl ltOAY, JANUARY 0, 1B09.
EIGHT PAGES. We have neither time nor room to quote the multitude of Bargains. Remember the place, next door to Winslow Bros. An entire new stock in Pendleton. PAGE SIX. of the $50,000.00 Department Stock Now in Full Blast. Bought at 48c on the dollar, prices are being cut and slashed regardless of cost and You are the one to reap the benefit. Everything for everybody A better assortment and a larger stock of General merchandise was never on display in your city before. Good Enough for the Queens, cheap enough for the most needy. Every article must move quickly. "Unload Quick" is our motto. S. (G(Q)ii, Mgr. 815 Main Street, Next Door to Winslow Bros Jewelry Store. s Mrs. Charles Qulnney is convales cent after a severe attack of the grip. John Vincent left Monday for Pe oria where he enters school for the year. Mr. and Mrs. X. C. Richards have taken appartments at the Hotel Bow man for the winter. Mrs. Frank Hayes will entertain the "Winnie-haw-haw" 500 club on Tues day evening of the coming week. Mrs. Frank Hayes will be hostess to the "Westminister Guild on Monday next at her home, 401 Eddy street. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Mitchell have returned from a holiday visit to Day ton with Mrs. Mitchell's relatives. Mrs. Elmer P. Dodd of Hermiston has been a guest at the porental R. Alexander home during the past week. Misses Esther and Sydney Som mervllle are visiting in Portland for a few weeks, guests of friends in the Rose city. Mrs. Lawrence Frazler will enter tain the Monday Duplicate whist cluli on Monday next at her home, 117 X. Main street. Mrs. F. E. Judd was hostess to the ladles of the Monday Duplicate "Whist club at a very pleasant after noon on Monday. Mrs. Will Moore will entertain the Tuesday "500" club during the com ing week at her pretty home, 413 W. Jackson street. Mrs. W. L. Thompson and son Ed ward returned Monday from Asotin, Wash., where they spent the holi days with relatives. Mrs. James Johns will be hostess on Friday next to the Current Litera ture club whose meeting wos post poned from yesterlay. Mrs. H. O. Newport of Hermlston, was hostess Saturday evening to a email dinner party at the Hotel Bow man. Covers were laid for eight. Mrs. Laura B. Davis who was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Johnson the first of the week has returned to her home In Hermis ton. Miss Dlnna McLane returned on Monday last to Kt. Paul's school In Walla Walla after a very delightful holiday visit with her sister, Mrs. John Vert. A small company of friends was entertained formally on Saturday last by Mrs. Bn Burroughs, in honor of Miss Anblis of Athena, who wag her guest during the holidays. Col. and Mrs. J. H. Raley and daughters have returned from a month' sojourn in southern Califor nia, and are now at home at their residence 71S College treet. In honor of the 12th birthday of her on, Milton, Mrs. Thomas Fill Gerald will enteraln a party of 12 joung gentlemen at dinner at 2:20 o'clock this afternoon at her 519 Johnson street. home, Mrs. Alice Hayes who sustained a severe fracture of her collar bone during the recent Episcopal bazaar is now nicely convalescent at her ap artments at the home of Mrs. Leona Thompson, 325 Water street. Mrs. F. E. Judd entertained the Evening Bridge Club on Tuesday at her home, corner of Washington and Main streets. At the close of a most pleasant evening at bridge honors were awarded1 to Mrs. M. B. Gwlnn and Mr. W. E. Brock. , The St. Anthony's auxilllary of St Mary's parish met Wednesday last at the hospital and will hold its regular meeting again on next Wednesday at which time a large attendance is de sired as the ladles have business of importance for that meeting. Mrs. John Haley, Jr., will be hos tess to the Tuesday afternoon club on Thursday next when the club will spend a most Interesting afternoon In the study of Poe and Chopin at her home, 303 Garfield street. Mrs, Haley will have as assistant hostess Mrs. Een Burroughs. Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy was chosen president, Mrs. T. C. Taylor secre tarv and Mrs. Llna Sturgis treasurer, at a meeting of the ladies of the Parish Aid society held during the week at the rectory of the Church of the Redeemer. Plans were laid for the work of the society during the coming year. Mrs. C. K. Cranston, entertained the Jolly Xeighbors club at her home 110 Wilson St., Thursday at cards. The forenoon was spent at "500" at which Mrs. Mary Dlsosway and Mrs. A. J. McAllister were recipients of the honors. Club guests for the oc casion were Mesdames F. E. Judd, Llna Sturgls, Lawrence Frazler and W. E. Brock. Invitations have been Issued for a piano recital at which Miss Eleanor Vincent will make her debut In Pen dleton January 30th, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furnish, 211 Water street. Miss Vincent will ar rive on Saturday the 30th from Port land where she has been studying In the conservatory of Madame Carrol, who will accompany her In her visit to this city. For the benefit of the new church fund the ladies of St. Mary's Catholic parish will entertain a number of friends at cards st St. Mary's rectory on Tuesday evening next. The even ing will be spent at progressive whist, but there will be many other amuse ment afforded those who do not care for cards. The hostesses will be Mes damen Ijevlin, Callahan. Roumagoux, Hemilgarn, Shears, O'Danlel and Shea. In complement to her sIMer Mrs. Otto Metcham of Portland, who has been her guest during the holidays, Mrs. J. M. Keeney entertained at cards on Friday afternoon at her home, E0 Water street. The affair was a most delightful one and the prize of the afternoon were awarded to Mrs. Metcham. Mrs. Fred Earl and Mrs. Frank Hayes. About 25 guests were present and enjoyed the afternoon at cards and the elaborate little luncheon which followed. Mrs.Fredrick Earl was hostess to the Westminister guild on Monday when the ladles spent the afternoon very pleasantly over needlework, as there has been a delay In the study course which they propose to follow. A dainty luncheon was served by the hostess during the course of a most pleasant afternoon. A very pretty afternoon at cards was that on Wednesday when Misses Maude and Gertrude Sheridan enter tained a small company of friends in honor of Mrs. Otto Metcham of Port land and who Is a guest In the city during the week. The honors of a most pleasant afternoon at "500" were awarded to Miss Bertha Alex ander and Mrs. C. E. Xelson. A most dainty luncheon was served by the hostess during the afternoon. At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. L. Dennis, 623 College street, on Wednesday evening occurred the marriage of Mls3 Vesta Dennis to Mr. Xathan Bowman, both of this city. The wedding was one of those most tasteful home affairs and the cere mony, performed by Rev. Van Xuys in the bay window of the parlor of Mrs. Dennis' home, which was beau tifully decorated with cut flowers, was witnessed only by the near rela tives and Immediate friends of the contracting parties. The bride was most pretty In her gown of white and the groom was attired In black. Fol lowing the ceremony an elaborate wedding dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman make their home In this city, where both are well known and have hosts of friends who Join In sincere congratulations and best wishes. Before an altar of smllax, at the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. Wm. Blakeley, 221 Main street, on Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock occurred the marriage of Earl Dudley to Miss Estella Lee. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. W. L. Van Nuys In the presence of a Rmall company of immediate friends and relatives. The parlors of the Blakeley home had been beautifully decorated with smllax and cut flowers and It was precisely at 8 o'clock when to the beautiful music of the Lohengrin wed ding march, played by Mrs. Clarence Penland, the wedding party appeared before the altar. The bride was at tended by Miss Minnie Casey of Helix, ind Mr. Marlon Hansel! of Athena, acted as groomsman. In uniting the lives of the happy young people, Rev. Van Xuys used the Impressive and. beautiful ring service. The bride was attired In a beautiful! gown of white crepe de chine made1 up over taffeta, and carrying a mag nificent bouquet of bride's roses, look ed most beautiful. The bridesmaid wore a handsome gown of mousellne and carried pink roses. Following tho wedding service the happy couple received the best wish es of many of their friends and dur ing the reception. Mrs. Samuel Thompson and Mrs. J. Dudley presid ed over the coffee, charmingly assist- SHARKS ATTACK STHAMEK (Continued on Page Eight) Twenty-five Foot Flsli Is ImMillcd on Cutwater of Yrsstl. London A strange encounter with a shark was described by tho officers of the Orient liner Oroya on arrival at Plymouth from Australia. While passing through the Red Sea the ves sel fouled a shark twenty-five feet long which was Impaled on her cut water. To shake off the monster the ship's engines were reversed, but when It was free the shark, despite a gasp ing wound in its side, dashed furious ly at the ship with extended Jaws, It was unable, however, to do any dam age to tho Oroya, which pushed past the wounded monster, leaving It to ptiish In water dyed with Its blood. Canio Near Clioklng to Death. A little boy, the son of Chris. D. Peterson, a well known resident of the village of Jacksonville, Iowa, had a sudden and violent attack of croup. Much thick stringy phlegm came up after giving Chamberluln's Cough Remedy. Mr. Peterson says: "I think ho would havo choked to death had we not given him this remedy." For salo by all good dealers. Notice. Tho water office Is now established In the west office of the new city hall. All water bills are due and payable at the office by the 10th of each month. W. O. SUTHERLAND. Reed's butter scotch candy, dell clous and pure. Put up In cans. At Ingram's grocery only. A Horrible Hold-up. "About ten years ago my brother was 'hold up' In his work, health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption," writes W. R. Lipscomb, of Washington, X. C. "He took all kinds of remedies and treat ment from several doctors, but found no help till he used Dr. King's New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles. Ho Is a well man today." It's quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs, Hemor rhages, Coughs and Colds' Bronchi tis, La Grippe, Asthma and all Bron chial affections. 60c and $1.00. Trial bcttle free. Guaranteed by Tallman & Co., and Pendleton Drug Co. WALK-OVER and FLORSHEM ReSt the feet j SHOES -Ft and wear Alexander Dep't. Store Sole Agents X-KAY COST HIM A ILWD. ne Second Rocliestcr Physician to Maimed by Strange Force, Rochester. As the result of experi ments with X-ray, Dr. F. D. Andrew, a physician and surgeon of 20 years' standing in Rochester, has lost his loft hand by amputation. Dr. Andrew Intended to make the study of Roentengen rays his life's study, and he was a specialist In the work at the City hospital. Exposure to the rays resulted In disease of the hand, which began to spread and am putation was decided on yesterday. Xew York World. Don't Get a Divorce, A western Judge granted a divorce on account of Ill-temper and bad breath. Dr. King's Xew Life Pllh would have prevented It. They euro Constipation, causing bad breath and Liver Trouble tho Ill-temper, dispel colds, banish headaches, conquer chills. 25c at Tallman & Co, and the Pendleton Drug Co. DE3V UOOD PENLAND BROS'. Transfer For Sale at Reasonable Prices. Delivered to any part of the city. Phone Black 339 1 , or Leave Orders at Penland Rooming House, 647 Main Street. MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS BY USING SKIDOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS Crush and m!x In feed or salt Proper dote In tablets Makes Your Stock Look Like the Top Price For Hones, Cattle, Sheep, Swine end Fjwla. They are made from the active pHacif !c or the condenaed eaaencc of the drug. They don't contain Sawduat, Athea, Chop Feed or Bran Are Jul aa good when 10 yeara old aa when 10 daya old. They comply with all pure draft lawa. Aik loi and try one SKIDOO Condition Tableta, or SKIDOO Worm, Kidney, Chi-Ven Cholerk. Bliater, Cathartic, Heave. Fever, Hog Cholera, Dietemper, Pink Eye, Colic tableteor U lae Powder, SpavineCnre or Barb Wire Liniment. Distributed by THE BLUE BELL MEDICINE .CO., Incorporated! Capital Stock $300,ooo.OOj Watertown.' South Dakota, U. S. A. FOR SALE BY O. P. COLESWORTirr. Good Business Opportunity. For Sale Hotel and Millinery Store at Helix, Ore. Hotel hag Just been renovated throughout. Doing good business. Good reasons for selling. Inquire of Mrs. Frank M-yers, Helix, Oregon. Mrs. Sam White Is tired of buying ground coffee. She buys Folger's Golden Gate Coffee. Her grocer grinds It for her. HARMONY IN YOUR NEW HOME Color blending of Furniture, Draperies, Carpets, Woodwork, Walls, make home life happier. Our expert decorative specialist will vifit your dry toon. Without obli gating you he will diacuat the fur niahingi (or your new home. Wdw tw rwrlcalan J. G. Mack & Co. m Furniture and Carpets PORTLAND. OaiOOM -, Simgli Km FmmuhiJ TuttfiUft WHO WOULD EVER, THIN K IT, that It was that old drab dress dyed over to such a rich brown, black or stylish grey? You can get added wear out of your dresses by having them cleaned or dyed at Sullivan's, and they are equal to a new gown. Delicate silk waists or suits will be cleaned or dyed In a manner that will surprise you when you bring them to Sullivan's. Cily Sleam Dye Works . .rhone Main 160, 2084 E. Alta it. Do you want to BUY or BUILD a home 7 If you do, and if you desire to borrow money to assist you, it will pay you to see FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 112 E. Court St., Pendleton, Ore. You can repay the loan in monthly installments. CLEARANCE SALE ...Big 6 Store... Biggest Bargains Best Values 205 . Court St.