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DAILY EAST ORBGOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, MAY 17, 1900.
EIGHT PAGES. PERSONAL MENTION "FRESH FROM THE FARM" The kind you will like better Don't Postpone Your Visit to the Big Yellow Sign. PAGE EIGHT. RINEHAHT'S Country Cured Hams and Bacon I Pure and appetizing. They make the breakfast better. Phone us an order and be convinced. Standard Grocery Co. "Good to Eat Goods" Phone Main 96 T MUCH THOUGHT TO BE BEST PEXDLETON HAS EVEH HAD Public Trying to Become Familiar With New O. R. & X. Time Table Two of Trains Make Stops in Pendleton for Meals Through Trains Will Be Electric Lighted Full Hour Gut Off from Hunting ton to Portland. TRAIN SCHEDULE XOW IX EFFECT OX O. R. & X. . Eastbound No. 6, arrive at 2:20 a. m. Eastbound No. 8, arrive 2:15 p. m. Eastbound No. 12, arrive 5 p. m.; leave 6. p. m. Westbound No. 5, arrive 11:05 p. m. Westbound No. 7, arrive, 12:15 p. m. Westbound No. 11, arrive 8:20 a. m.; leave 8:50 a. m. With new trains and new time ta bles in effect on the O. R. & N., the traveling public is endeavoring to fa miliarize Itself with new numbers and the new times for the arrival and de parture of trains. So far none but favorable comments have been heard and it is believed the new service Is to be much better than has ever been afforded the city of Pendleton. Pendleton restaurants and hotels especially profit by the change In that the eaf.bound train arriving In Pendleton at 5 o'clock In the evening The very hour a cold starts Is the time to check It. Don't wpH It may become deep-seated x COLDS and the cure will be harder then. Every hour lost at the start may add days to your suf fering. Take c c. Cold Capsules Used In time they save all that might follow sickness, worry, expenses. They never fall. J Tallman & C o. Leading Druggists. I will remain here one hour for dinner and the westbound train arriving In Pendleton at 8:30 will remain 30 min utes for breakfast Electric Lights on Trains, Through trains No. 7and 8 are to be electric lighted throughout when they are furnished with their orlgl nay equipment, the electric lighted cars, will not be In service before May 25. The delay is caused by the failure of the shops In Chicago to turn out the dynamo baggage cars before that time. That these fast trains are really to be fast, was evident to all who happened to be at the depot last eve ning when the new No. 7 pulled In. It hardly hesitated long enough for passenges to alight before It was again on the way. Some idea of the better time to be made is that the new schedule for the two fast trains provides for the cutting off of exact ly one hour between Huntington and Pendleton. Forty minutes is also cut off on the time of the other trains. Xcw Service Given. There are five passenger cars on this train, three of them providing an entirely new service for the west. One of these is a through chair car to Chicago, another is a through tourist car to Chicago and the third is a through Pullmaji standard observa tion car to Kansas City. The latter car will make the last lap of Its trip over the Wabash road. The other two cars of this train will be the through standard to Chicago and the through tourist to Kansas City. These have been carried on the regular eastern trains heretofore. The No. 11, which arrived here this morning, was made up at Green Riv er and only consisted of a chair car and a smoker. When the full equipf ment Is secured, which will probably be tomorrow, this train will carry tourist and standard sleepers. This train, together with Its mate, No. 12, and the other two trains, 5 and 6, will care for the local traffic. By the Installation of the new train service, two additional passenger train crews have been provided- The two new conductors are H. C. Grady and Jim Connors, both well known In Pendleton. The four new brakemen on service at present are Berkeley Hailey, H. W. Babb, D. C. Mahoney and F. E. Elmer. Hailey will .be on permanently, but there may be some changes for the other men. Program at Orpliouin. Miss Marie Wondra, the Bohemian girl, as a flute, plcealo and saxophone soloist. Sam Carlton, singing and talking comedian. "Foolshead, King of the Policemen." "I will have a Husband." "Clarinet Solo." "Cast off by His Father." Song. "If you'll Remember Me." Attention Knights. Damon Lodge No. 4 K. of P., will work in the third rank this evening. A full attendance desired. A. E. LAMBERT, C. C. R. W. FLETCHER, K. R. S. Mrs. Maybelle Grlswold, who has been confined to her home on Jack son street ror some time with a se rious attack of la grippe, is slowly convalescing. What time will the clock stop? Commencement. PRESENTS Everyone seems to admire .our line of novelties this year suit able for graduation gifts. We have given this our especial attention. WATCHES DIAMONDS, SOUVENIR SPOONS, . STERLING NOVELTIES, ETC. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR OUR FINE ENGRAVING. W m. E. Hanscom JEWELER. Successor to Winslow Bros. A NEW SUIT TO HE PROUD OF you will have In your old one when you have It cleaned at the Pendleton Dye Works. The proof of this Is "her" say so when she thinks you hnvebecn buying new clothing. Brin your soiled clothing here and see 'what we can do with It for you. "A word to the wise." etc. t Pendlelcn Dye Wonts Phone Main 109. Bert Cartano is here from Athe na. C. H. Gemmall of Adams, is In town on a trading trip. F. C. McNurlen of Umatilla, is a county seat visitor. j P. J. Ganley of Hermlston, stent Sunday in Pendleton. J. F. McLaughlin of Echo, spent Sunday in the city. 4 O. G. Sayrs of Moro, is transacting business here today, Traveling Passenger Agent Jack Nell Is in town today. Jerry Stone of Athena Is a county seat business visitor today. C. E. Bradburn was in Pendleton today from Thorn Hollow. M. Marshall of Heppner, is a Uma tilla county business visitor. . William H. Isaacs, postmaster at Helix, was in Pendleton yesterday. R. V. Burge of La Grande, Is caring for business interests in Pendleton. Frank MeCabe is over from his home in Heppner on a brief business mission. D. Cain returned to Gibbon last evening, having visited In Pendleton Sunday. John Shea, section foreman from Duncan, was a Pendleton visitor yesterday. G. W. Butts of Crawfordsvllle, Linn county. Is transacting business In Pendleton. M. L. Watts Is down from his home In Athena today for the transaction of business. O. D. Teel, the well-known Echo Irrlgationlst, has been In the city upon a short visit. William Mills, the Juniper rancher, has been In the city for a couple of days on business. Ben Berray, representing the Oliver Typewriter company, left this' morning or Pilot Rock. Harry Mlnnlck, section foreman In charge of the Pilot Rock branch spent Sunday in Pendleton. Attorney Francis H. Bartlett leaves this evening for La Grande on busi ness before the land office. 'Hugh McLane and Louie Hodgins leave tonight for Hot Lake where they will spend a few days. S. F, Wilson, the Athena lawyer returned to that town this afternoon after a short visit in the city. Col. J. M. Bentley went to Walla Walla yesterday upon a business trip and also to attend the ball game. Miss Edna Florence has returned from Portland where she. passed the winter attending a business college. M. B. Keys, the cab man, has been confined to his home for several days by a severe attack of rheumatism. James C. Stafford of Portland Is now visiting in the city as the guest of his sister. Miss Mary Stafford. Attorney Homer 1. Watts of Athe na, has been here today. He came down on the evening train yesterday. Col. H. G. Newport of Hermlston has been here today. He was In the Milton country upon business yes terday. Joseph E. Shields of Pilot Rock, returned home this morning after spending Sunday with Pendleton friends. W. A. Slusher returned to the Slush er sheep ranch at Nrflln this morning after spending Sunday with his wife and baby. D. D. Connor of Stanfield returned to that place on this morning's tlocal train, having visited In Pendleton ov er Sunday. M. J. Buckley, general superintend ent of the O. It. & N., passed through Pendleton last evening on the Chi cago special. v The Misses Margaret and Mary Hastings returned this morning from Pasco, where they had been the guest of friends since Friday. O. D. Teel, the Echo Irrlgationlst, Is a county seat visitor today, being here on business In connection with the Camas creek project. Attorney Oliver P. Morton of the reclamation service, returned to Her mlston this morning after a brief visit at the county seat. Dr. H. C. Pinkerton let' this morn ing for the Pilot Rock country on business connected with the federal bureau of animal industry. Miss Eglantine Moussu left for Walla Walla this afternoon after hav ing been In the city for several days upon a visit with relatives County Commissioner Walker ' loft this morning for Echo, where he will spend a few days In looking after the affairs of his farm holdings. Herbert Strohm one' of the promi nent young residents of Hermlston, returned home this morning after an over-Sunday visit In Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Will Humphrey spent yesterday- in fishing along the Umatilla river In the vicinity of Cayuse. Frank Johnston, section foreman from North Fork, was In the city yesterday In attendance at the sec tion foreman's examination. Mrs. H. G. Newport returned . to Hermlston this morning, after a two day visit to Pendleton. Mr. New port will not return until later. A. C. Hampton, principal of the high school returneii lust evening from Pullman where he had been to serve as Judge In a der-lnrnatory coil- t. st. J. T. Williamson, an abstractor of La Grande, arrived in Pendleton last night, leaving this morning tot Pilot Rock where he will take part In Hom0 lu ml investigations. Rev. Robert Warner, formerly pas tor of the local methodlst church, re turned to Walla Walla, tills afternoon, JUST RECEIVE . An Express Shipment of 20 NEW SPRING SUITS They represent many beautiful patterns and shades and areas nobby models as have been shown this season, As the season is growing late,, we would rather sell them at a loss than carry part of the shipment over. This line consists of regular $22.50 to $27.50 Suits and we are going to close them out for 7 Don't overlook this snap. You are not getting old suits, but the cream of the season. They have never been shown on our tables before. The Big Yellow Sign' for Bargains in Everything That Men and Boys Wear. Big Busy Boston Store TFe Large Electric Lighted Yellow Sign. Where You Trade to Save after occupying the local pulpit for the pastor, Dr. Ford, yesterday. Sam Nell, the Camas prairie rancher and dairyman, who has been called to Nyssa, Oregon by the serious Illness of his brother, left for home this morning on the Pilot Rock train. Division Superintendent D. W. Campbell and Division Engineer W. Bollons, passed through Pendleton last evening on a trip over the east ern end of the O. R. & N. system. John Dickson, bookkeeper for the Peoples' warehouse, returned this morning from Walla Walla, having missed, the excursion train last eve ning and being compelled to wait over. Mrs. C. J. Douglas of Hermlston, has been here for the past few days attending her daughter, Miss Ora Douglass, who has been suffering from an attack of mumps. She Is Improving. The exportations of condensed milk from the United States have shown a very rapid growth In recent years, the total value being In 1895 $219,785; In 1898, $671,670; In 1900, $1,139,042; In 1905. $2,156,616, and in 1908, $2,455,186. In it mercantile marnnc Japan has 1618 steamships, of 1,153,340 aggre gate tonnage; 4515 sailing vessels, of 372,319 agregate, tonnage, and 1390 Japanese "ships of the old style," of 511,452 aggregate tonnage; in all 7523 ships, of 2,037,111 aggregate tonnage. it A, Union Suit ii Service and j Satisfaction together with an Immeasure able degree of . solid comfort are the built-in and unfail ing qualities and ' character istics of ii Superior Union ii 0 mm t amis tor won Regular, long and stout sizes medium weights for early fall wear various fabrics, and styles. Price From $1.50 Up. The len's Shop i Max Bac-r t1 Ireland's Rink Again Open. The many patrons of Ireland's skating rink will be pleased at the announcement that the rink will again be opened. , After much solicitation Mr. Ireland has decided to open and to prepare for adherents of this ex cellent pastime. An entire week has been spent In smoothing the floor and making other improvements. This being the end season now, Mr. Ire land has decided to give everyone the full worth of his money and has low ered the price. Notwithstanding a misunderstanding as to the opening date, the rink was comfortably filled last Friday evening, and a goodly bIz- ed crowd enjoyed an evening of pleasure. , Becoming a mother should be a source of j jy, but the suffering Incident to the ordeal in:.k.-; T&yytMlzrs fricni is iw.i:- r, .... m t-i'.y .hi-.h rtiievs uont:i d i:i.i h c; the rain or rr.aUr:::tv: this hour, dreaded as woman's severest t:i.:l. ij ;v.c on! r.nde less pa:!: ful, but dancer is avoided by its use. Thre who n.;e this re'iiodv orc no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and othi.-r dir-tre:- ing conditions are overcome, and the system is prepared for t$-,. cne coming event. - ins worm la It is worth its weight in gold," say many who have used it 11.00 per bottle. Rmk of Tftlnn to all expectum ninlhorH niaUod free. The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. if HIS The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon Report of Condition, April 28th, 1909. to the Comptroller of the Curr ency. - CONDENSED - Resources : n 1 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts U. S. Bonds Premium on U. S. Bonds Other bonds and warrants Bank Building cash. Cash on hand $242,201.65 Due from banks Redemption fund 11,297,668.87 34,232.87 250,000.00 6,000.00 24,025.45 10,000.00 155,268.17 7,000.00 1404,659.72 $2,025,486.91 Liabilities : Capital stock .' 250,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits 130,422.11 Circulation 237,000.00 Deposits 1,408,064.80 $2,025,486.91 I, G. M. UICE, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the within statements are true to' the best of my knowledge and belief, O. :". RICE, Cashier. Subscribed and swor to before me this 20th day of April, 1909. (SEAL) C. K. CnANSTOX, Notary Public. it