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few Nwi'H aw nHk 'iMI w Jt eight faces. paujT kabt ongooyiAw. PEXPumtw, obmoo. moxday,. February 1, r r"'olr PAGE FIVE. WHTCH For the Big IM F. E. Livengood & Co. WOOL GROWERS WILL MEET HEBEl REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING ONE WEEK FROM TOMORROW Offlooru Will Ims Elected and Several I QiichIIoiim of Importance Will bo up lr DlflciiNMlon Coyote liounty I Law Will bo Considered and Mem bers of Advlwtry Hoard ApiolMeri. The fourth regular annual meeting or the Umatilla County Wool Grow ers' association will be held at the Commercial rooms on the afternoon pf Tuesday, February 9, to elect offi cers and discuss several Important subjects for the coming year, the' call having been Issued by President J. N. Burgess. One of the principal subjects will I be the selection of wool sales days for the coming uprlng. The coyote boun ty law, and the proposition of secur ing salt for the sheep, as well as sev eral other things for the ensuing year will be discussed. The selection of an advisory board for the purpose of considering the Wenaha reserve will also pe mad and several other matters of import ance will be brought up. For what purpose do YOU use Ivory Soap? For the bath? Good! But why not for the toilet as well? There is no purer or bet ter soap than Ivory; iv soap that leaves thesW so smooth and cool ar clean. And it is inexpensive, too costs only a few cents a cake. Ivory Soap 99o Per Cent. Pure. JUST RECEIVED Sweet Potatoes, Cabbage, Celery, Cauliflower, Mackerel and Hol land Herring, Bulk Olives, Fancy Cheese. Phone us your order, we'have two Phones, both Main 28. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. LOCALS Pastime pictures please all. Housekeeping rooms, (01 Water st Uest pictures and prlres given at the Pastime theater. A warm theater with new and lively pictures the Pastime. Best nut coal. Give us a chance Oregon Lumber Tard. j For rent 4 room cottage, good lo-1 ration. Enquire 100 E. Bluff St. 60 reoTer coats, sizes t to 6 years, at first cot. The Wonder Store. Oak wood, the beat producer, for sate, at the Oregon Lumber yard. - SO child's reefer coats to close out at first cost The Wondor Store. Closing out at cost. 60 child's reefer coals. The Wonder Store. J. 11. llalley, ei press Leave orders Welch's cigar store; Phone Main It U't our prices on Cascade fir wood and slab wood. Oregon Lumber Yard. Fresh cranberries, cabbage, colery onions, luaions, oranges and apples a Ingram. Sweet potatoes, colery and caull flower. Just received by express a Ingram. Gus La Fontaine has just received a fresh let of crawfish, crab and oys ters In the abell at the Quelle. M. B. Keys cab stand at Golden Rule hetet Phone main 25, Speolal attention given to parties and dances. Announcement. We beg to announce to the friends nnd patrons of both The American Xatomil Bank and Tho Commercial National Hunk that a consolidation of the two banks hus been perfected this day. Tho combined business will be con tinued In the rooms of Tho American National Bank, so long known as "Tho Pendleton Savings Bank." Tho combined bank will have a capital, surplus and undivided profits of nearly 13(10,000.00, with total re sources of a million nnd a half dol lars. Tho following constitute the execu tive force of the consolidated bank: T. J. Morris, President, formerly vice president of The Pendloton Sav ings Bank. A. D. Sloan, vlco president, former ly vice president of The Commercial National barik. W. I Thompson, cashier, formerly cashier of The Commercial National ! bank. T. G. Montgomery, asst. cashier, formerly assfc cashier of the Ameri can National bank. W. S. yadley, asst. cashier, former ly assistant cashier of The Commer cial National bank. All outstanding check's, demand and time certificates on The Commercial National Bank will be paid by the American National bank. Certificates of deposit can be exchanged at once, if preferred, for new certificates In The American National bank, or, per mitted to run to maturity. The directorate of the consolidat ed bank is composed of the following well-known men: T. J. Morris, A. D. Sloan, Dr. V. O. Cole, W. L Thompson, Dr. F. W. Vincent, A. C. Ituby and R. N. Stanfield. This consolidation of the two banks under the aggressive management thus provided, Insures to the public an institution of great strength and one capable of meeting every require ment of its patrons. All checking accounts and savings deposits have been transferred to tho American National bank. New check books can be Fccurod as soon as de sired. The depositors of the Com mercial National bank may continue to use their check books on that bank until new checks are obtained and such checks will be paid by The Am erican National." Wo respectfully request all the cus tomers of both banks to call at their convenience, that they may become acquainted with the entire executive force of the combined banks. It you are not a customer of either bank, we will be pleased to have you call and open an account. We are prepared to extend liberal accommo dations consistent with sound bank ing. Trusting to be favored with the continuance of the business of the patrons of both institutions, we are THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK EVAXS ANSWERS navy's critics There Is no battleship In the Unit ed States Navy that would III and sink In one because of the damage done by three U-Inch shells on her water-line armor, no matter whether they made a gateway or holes as big as a door," declares Rear-Admiral Robley D. Evans, replying In "Hampton's Mag azine" for February to critics of bat tleship construction. Henry Renter- duhal and other critics have charged that all our ships, old and new, and under construction, are faulty In de sign In the matter of water-line pro tection, and would crumple as did the egg-shell Russian fleet under heavy fire. "We are not In the condition of the Russian fleet In the Sea of Ja pan, either temporarily or permanent ly," asserts Fighting Bob. adding: "That our older battleships do not differ from those of England or Japan of the same dart; In the matter of de- WOULD NEED A CART. The Professor In days they used to bricks. The Utter Carrier-Gee! I'm glad I waan't a letter carrier In those days. ttie very ancient trrtte letters on Ilellx Revival Meetings. Rer. A. McKenzie Meldrum, pastor of the Pendleton Christian church, left Saturday evening for Helix, where sign In this respect I am sure, because he Is now engaged In holding a sc- I nave personally inspected these ships nea of revival meetings.. wten deply loaded and found their Attention Kriglits. Damon lodge will work In the "c ond nnd third ranks this evening. A full attendance desired A. E. LAMBERT. C. C. R. W. FLETCHER, K. of H. & S. Found Man's seat; rouble lib. same by applying quarters. saddle; cushion Owner can have at police head- Read the East Oregonlan. SHAMPOO DAG water-lino belt In the same position with reference to the surface of the as were our own. I am strongly of the opinion that this condition was In most cases the result of placing on board unnecessary weights, and not a fault primarily of design." Comparing the height of our main batteries, broadside guns and free boards with those of foreign battle ships. Admiral Evans flays: "All talk about the ships being able to fight their bow guns when our ships would be smothered In tons of water coming over their bows Is pure non sense, and must have been written In ignorance of the facts. Somebody has been 'pulling the leg' of Mr. Reu terdahal if I may be allowed to use that expression and pulling It badly, too." GERMS IX HEK SYSTEM. HOWLING MATCH WILL BE HELD HERE NEXT Every Woman Should Read Tills. The number of diseases peculiar to women Is such that we believe this space would bardly contain a mere mention of their names, and it is a fact that most of these diseases are of a catarrhal nature. A woman cannot be well If there Is a trace of the catarrhal germs In her system. some women tninn tnere is no help for them. We positively declare this to be a mistaken Idea. We are so sure of this that we offer to sup ply medicine absolutely free of all cost In every Instance where ft falls to give entire satisfaction or does not ausbtantlate our claims. With this understanding, no woman should hes itate to believe our honesty of pur pose, or hesitate to put our claims to a test. There Is only one way to cure ca tarrh. ..That way Is. through the blood. You may use ail the snuffs. douches or like remedies for years without getting more than temporary relief at best. Catarrh Is caused by a germ- That germ Is carried by the blood to the Innermost part of the system until the mucous membrane A return bowling match lth the Walla Walla team will be hold In this city a week from tomorrow night. At that time the bowlers fr'u the Garden city will attnpt to utrleve th honors which they lost bv such a narrow margin In the contest In that city last Friday evening. Pendleton won at that time by the hs broken, Irritation and Inflammation rarrow margin of two lozen plT. The produced, and a flow of mucous re following Is the detal'ed score which suits, and you can probably realize wni not available for the Saturday how silly It Is to attempt to cure an aliment unless you take a medl- Tot ll. cine that follows the same course as 161 618 the germ or parasite. 513 Rexall Mucu-Tone Is scientifically ELS Prepared from the prescriptions of an Hi eminent physician who for 30 years rsper. Pendleton. Molltor ..158 McDevitt 178 Hoover ........212 Noel 139 Gibson 10 191 177 177 129 141 157 151 151 157 458 847 815 Walla Walla. Kremer 137 150 Lankard 181 15S Evans 166 142 Grlnnell 161 136 Marshall 193 190 793 2455 Total. 133 420 179 154 199 176 513 453 496 54 9 828 771 832 2431 This wonderful vegetable Shampoo Bag Is made by a lady drug gist, who owns and conducts personally, a prosperous drugstore In one of the eastern cities. This Shampoo Rag Is different from, and bet ter than, all other shampoos because. It Is made entirely of herbs and ennnot possibly Injure the hair, as It contains no soap nor alkali of any kind. It Is a Bag, 10 CENTS at. Sponge and Shampoo combined. You can get one for 1HE DRUG STORE THAT SHRVbS YOU BEST. Notion. Acting under instructions from the office of the Adjutant General. . all persons having In their possession or taking from the Armory at any time, State and U. S. property, are request ed to deliver tho same to Quarter master Sargeant A. C. Funk Immedi ately. Any person found having such property In their possession unlaw fully will be lyosecuted. It lias been reported that a number of blue and olive drab shirts, shoes, trousers, hats, and blankets were taken on the night of the Armory fire. Action will be taken against these persons unless this property is re turned at once. DAN P. SMYTHE. Commanding Co. L., rd Inf. O. N. G. KMVinl Orders No. 31. Co. L. O. N. a., Pendleton, Oregon. February 1, 1909. Owing to tho fire destroying a part of the ormory of Co. L. 3d Inf. O. N. O., on January, 1909, all officer and men are hereby ordered to report at the armory nt 7:45 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 2. 1909, with nil state and U. S. property, Including a!l such property regularly Issued or obtained otherwise. By order of DAN P. SMYTHE. Capt. 3d Inf. O. N. G. made his specialty catarrh, and with this medicine he averaged 98 per cent of cures where It was employed. No other remedy Is so properly designed for the ailments of woman. It will purify and enrich the blood, stop mu cous discharge, destroy all germ mat ter, remove all Impurities from the system, soothe, heal and strengthen the mucous tissues, and bring about a good feeling of health and strength. We want you to try Rexall Mucu Tone on our guarantee. If you are not benefited, or for any reason not satisfied, simply tell us and we will hand back your money. Rexall Mucu-Tone cornea In two sizes, 60c and $1. The Pendleton Drug Co. Pendleton Cloak & Suit ilouso A Lot of New Tailored Suits are Ready An Introductory Exhibit Today A good many new things in Tailor ed Suits have been added. Some unusually Choice Styles will be seen for the first time. You will be interested in the new shades and materials as well as the style of the garments. See Suit department today and you will see the finest lot of suits we have ever shown, jTODAY At the Up-to-Date Store TOLSTOY PRAYS FOR HOURS. Gives Morning to Devotions and Re flections on Past Life. Moscow, Feb. 1. "Now that I'm an old man, with one foot in the grave, I devote all my mornings to prayer," said Tolstoy, the philoso pher to a recent visitor, Professor Anutchin of the Moscow University, who spent several days with him at Jasnaja Polyana, Tolstoy's country seat. "Prayer with me takes the form of reflections on my past life and the things I want to do In future. I pray that I may be Just to both my frlendi and my enemies. Thoughts of na ture, of my children, my neighbors, the poor Russian people all figure in my prayers, and I'm sure they are heard." Tor a rest," he said to the pro fessor. "I do a lot of thinking, keep up my educational labors, write a bit and talk a whole lot with my fam ily, friends and visitors. Whenever I feel out of sorts I play cards with myself: Patience." OOO fflflPfflMe lie Hellip... is what we make of our students. Our instruc tors are men who have had years of practical experience mastering de tails o"f successful busi ness pursuits. Further more, they know how to impart this valuable imformation to others. Ask us to tell you more about our methods. ...Pendleton Biisiiess College,,. Phone Red 3791. Pendleton, Ore. Known For Its Strength! The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon. Capital, Surplus and Undivided profits $300,000.00 If conservative buslneat methods, strict adherence to banking laws, coupled with the tact that the officers will not use the bank for personal ends, are banking principles which appeal to you, we solicit your business. SECURITY Rock Spring Coal Either LUMP or NUT It Burns Clean. Wood Wood 4 root Lengths Sawed Sawed and split. Delivered Promptly Prices Right B. L. BURROUGHS, Successor to Laatz Bros. Phone Main 5 Main St., Next to Express Office I If you see It in the East Oregonlan It s so.