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DAILY EAST OUEOOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. 6 ATI IIP AY, BBPTEMBBB 11, 1000. EIGHT PAGES. AFTER SUPPER Specials 47 Doz. NEW fourin-Hand Ties regular 35c and 25c grades -a great assortment. Your choice this evening after 6 o'clock 3 for 50c 123 Doz. Men's fancy Sox, regular 35c and 25c values the largest assortment of men's fancy hose in Pendleton. Your choice this even ing after 6 o'clock REMEMBER! THIS EVENING CLOSES OUR CHILDREN'S WEEK You can't afford to let this sale close without clothing your boys and girls for school. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Save Your Coupons Where It Pays to Trade Agents for Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes for Men, Wooltex Suits for Women. Hercules Suits for Boys But terick Patterns and Publications Royal Worcester, Bon Ton and Cossard Corsets. Churches Chord of tlm Itwlwrocr. The services tomorrow will be a celebration of the holy communion at 7:30 a. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; divine service with sermon at 11 n. Bl and 7:30 p. m. All are cordial ly Invited. Charles Qulnney, rector. BURNING ECZEMA QUICKLY SPREAD Presbyterian church. Corner Alta and College, W. L. Van N'uys, pastor. Hlble study for young and old, 10 a. m ; morning worship at 11; evening worship at 8. Theme for the day, "The Marks of Love." This Is a continuation of the study of the 13th chapter of First Corinth ians. The musical program for tho day Includes a solo by Mrs. Valentine In the morning and duet by Mrs. Val entine and Miss Zimmerman In the evening. Miss Lorn Perry, organist. ItaptlM CtWCtt. East Alta and Johnson streets, Rev. R. E. Storey, pastor, 302 E. Alta treat Morning worship at at 11 n' link, sermon by the pastor, "The Vanquishing Power of the Gospel." Bvenlng service at 7:30, sermon, "falls and Answers." Bible school at !':45. Young People's union at 6:30. Mrs. Harvey leader. Midweek meet ing 7:30 Wednesday evening. All in Tlted to these services. fuerta of friends In Pendleton this week. Thorn Kinersley of The Dalles, is in the city, the guest of his sister, I .Mrs. James Cooper of the Hotel Cow- Miss Edith Slusher Is the guest of friends in Portland this week. Mrs. C. J. Smith served tea Satur- llr. and Jlrs. urover werr. Mr. anu I ponding tne summer Bl me our as an day afternoon from 3 until 6 in hon- 1 Mrs. S. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. John employe while Mrs. Warner has been or of Mrs. A. R. White and Mrs. W. ! Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Craw- . the guest of friends In the exposition L. Dick of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. ' ford. Miss Grace Crawford, Mrs. Laura city for several days. Many people delude themselves by saying "It will wear away," when they notice symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble. This Is a mistake. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy, and stop the drain on the vitality. It . urts backache, rheumatism, kidney and bladder trouble, and makes every trace of pain, weakness and ur.nary trouble disappear. Koeppen Eros. ' Politeness Is benevolence in tri fles." Lord Chatham. First tfetbodlafc At the request of the pastor newly appointed to the First Methodist Episcopal church, Dr. T. B. Ford will fill the pulpit tomorrow morning and evening. Tills will be Dr. Ford's last Sunday in Pendleton before remov ing to Hood River, and he will be platted to seo his many friends In and out of the church at the services Sunday, especially in the evening. Bervlcta at 11 a. m and at 7:30 p. m. Good music, Mrs. Landers leader, and Mrs. Owen organist. Large choir, Ac commodating ushers. Mr. Waffle head usher. German Lutheran. Services at Warren station, Sun day, Sept. 12. at 10:30 a. m. All are w li ome. Geo. L. Sprattler, pastor. Onion Bible i i.i- . At a meeting of the pastors nnd Sunday school superintendents of four churches last evening plans were made for the organization of a (Talon Bible teacher training class Tills movement Is general and is one of the striking phases of the life and growth of the church today. The pur pose of the classes wherever organ ist 'I at first, a better knowledge of the Blble'i second, better trained teacher! of the Bible. A mass meet ing with several speakers will be held Sunday evening, Sept. 19. Eugene men wfio have visited Clear lake and the headwaters of the McKcnzle report the possibilities of power from the lake and falls ns something marvelous. Started Like Ringworm on Hand Hand Swelled and Then Humor Spread to Arms, Legs and Face It was Something Terrible. PRESCRIPTIONS FAILED: CUTICURA CURED HIM "I have used the Cuticura Remediet for a very bad ease of eczema with com plete .in cess, a i.. ..it fifteen or eighteen years ago the diseaso developed in the shape of a largo ninhoad on top of my hand. It burned and itched go much that I was compelled to show it to a doc tor. He pronounced it ringworm, and made very light of it. He cave me a wash and told me to apply it before go ing to bed and all would be over in the morning. Hut the next morning my hand was all swollen up and I poulticed It. When the doctor came to his office I ihowod him the hand and to my sur prise ho told me that he had never ex perienced such a case in his practice and aid it was well I poulticed it. After trying his different remedies tho disease Increased and went up my arms and finally to my thighs and lere generally and finally on my face. Tho burning was something twrible. After I had tried this doctor, as I thought, long enough, I went to another doctor who had the reputation of being tho best in town. He '.old me it was a bad case of czema and that it would take quite a whilo to cure it. Ili-t QOedli ine checked tho advance of tho diseaso but no fur ther. "I finally concluded to try tho Cuti cura Komediee. I bought a. cake of Cuticura Soap, a box of Cuticura Oint ment and a lxttlo of Cuticura Resolvent and found relief in the first trial. I con tinued until I was completely free from tli disease and 1 have n I been troubled with another attack since. I still use tho Cuttoura Ointment in my family aa it is ono of tho lwt remedies to heal a gore or other injury rapidly. I can freely and UthfuUr say that the Cuti cura Reme. es aro the best so far as my experience went with them and I am till recommending them, feeling sura I am nt m; :ing a mistake. C. Hurk bart, J;!; Market St., Chambcrsburg, Pa., Sept. I, l'.K)S."a Complotr Fwrn.il :in! Internal TTMtmrnt for Ewy llumnr ' Intuit, children and Adult coo lit of CutNMi s.m liic.l to Clean the Skin, Ctitlrun iilntn -nt i to Ileal the Skin tind (MU tuni l(r-ilven t50e . '-,r In the lorni of rhiMNtette ftnleil I'll!. '-' lT ell of 6H In Iurlf Jf the Wood. Bold thf.iudio the world I'otier lirutf 4 (. liem. nr.. -! ,!. Prim Itoaton !IM. WlU.-d fen Cutirun Hou 00 Silo DU Irplicn m Theatre. Program at Orpheum, Sept. 11 and 11!. "A EtonUU Drama." "The Purgative." "Cavalry." "The Fencing Master's Daughter." "Dox Zuscroto." "Supper." Mayo & Howe, in their new comedy sketch, entitled "A Couple of Luna tics." Song. "'Paddys Little Girl." Bead the "Want" ada today. Anna Z. CraynSf the newly elected dean of women for Pendleton's junior college. Mrs. White is a sister of Dr. Smith while Mrs. Dick Is an aunt. Music was furnished throughout the afternoon by Johnson's orchestra. About SO ladles called during the af ternoon and were met at the door by little Thelma Thompson and Helen Van Xuys. Mrs. Smith was also as sisted by Mrs. W. E. Brock. Mrs. Lina Sturgis, Mrs. E. R. Swinburn, Mrs. Richard Mayberry. Mrs. Sam Thomp son, Mrs. T. C. Taylor, Mrs. G. M. Rice, Mrs. Charles Colesworthy, Mrs. Max Baer, Mrs. Frank Hayes, Mrs. Clarence Penland, Mrs. Fred Earl, Miss Maud Sheridan, Miss Helen Johns, Miss Claire Raley. Miss Mary Johns and Miss Gwendoline Smith. Mrs. 'White left Tuesday for her home In Ohio, but Mrs. Dick will remain as the guest of Mrs. Smith for several weeks longer. A quiet home wedding was solem nized Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kearney in West Pendleton, when their daughter be came the bride of Roy Herr. The cer emony was performed by Rev. Charles Quinney, rector of the Church of the Redeemer while the bridal couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Herr, the latter being a brother of the groom. The contracting parties have both been residents of Pendleton for aeveral years and will continue to make their home here. The wedding came as a surprise to most of the friends of the couple, only a few hav ing been let into the secret. Those In attendance were: Mr and Mrs. C M. Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Herr, Habitual , Constioation Mny bp porrnanetitty overcome proper personal efforts with the assistance iTivt? of the remedy' ovru i.i i i . i i nrip irnh ripnpirinl laxn Jf-.. '1H' J ana uuirot.jeona, ' i J, r JD Ol natiit'S one to form nsuiar habits dolly so that OSSt stance to na ture may he gradually dispensed v. ith Mien no longer needed as trie best of remedies, when reaaired, are to assist nature and not to supplant the natur al junctions, which must depend ulti mately upon proper nourishment, pniper efforts, and right living gewrally. Ttl get its beneficial e jjects, aluays buy the genuine rui)nElivir,ISenna California Fig Syrup Co. only SOLO BY ALL LEAD INC DRUCCISTS one wa , reoulur price 50 p Battle. Sherry and Charles Kearney. Mrs. Clarence Penland entertained Tuesday afternoon In honor of Miss Frankle Coykendall of Portland. Sev eral young friends of the guest of hon or had been invited in for the after- jncon and a delightful time was en- Joyed. Games were played and re freshments were served. Those pres ent were the Misses Mary and Helen J' hns, Florence and Muriel Saling, Olive Gwinn, Louis Hoisington, Helen Raymond, Claire Raley, Mildred Berk eley and .Anna Tullis and Olive Har per. Mrs. C. K. Cranston was hostess for an Informal afternoon at cards at her home on Wilson street, Tuesday after noon, the guest of honor being her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Blakcslee of Water bury. Connecticut. The game of "500" was played, four tables being employ ed to accomodate the guests. Prizes were won by Mrs. George Hartman, Jr. Mrs. W. A. Blakeslee, and Mrs. E. P. Marshall. The very enjoyable after noon was brought to a ciose by the serving of dainty refreshments. Miss Olive Gwinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Gwinn of South Main street was the hostess Thursday even ing to a charming little Informal af fair In honor of the Misses Coyken dall, who formerly lived in Pendleton but who are now residents of Port land. Thirteen or fourteen friends of the young people participated In the games of the evening and likewise !n the refreshments which were served later. The marriage of Mies Jessie Isa- belle Swartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Swartz of Alderson, Pa., to Mr. David Angelo Edwards of Pendleton. Ore., took place Wednesday, Sept. 1st, at the home of Rev. Mr. Lyman of Scranton, Pa. Immediately after the wedding the couple left for Washing ton, D. C. On their return they will reside with the bride's parents at Al derson, Pa., where an Informal re ception will be given them. Mrs. W. A. Blakeslee of Waterbury, Connecticutt, was the guest at the home of her niece, Mrs. C. K. Cran ston, In North Pendleton for several days, leaving Tuesday evening for her far eastern home. She had been to the Seattle fair and other points In the west and stopped here on her re turn home. Miss Clara Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pierce, former resi dents of Pendleton, but now living at Hot Lake was In the city yesterday, the guest of the Misses Slater. She wae or. her way to Walla Walla, where she will register as a student of Whitman college for the ensuing year. Mrs. T. C. Warner and son Harold Warner are expected to return to morrow from Seattle. Harold haa been Miss Helen White of Portland, who has been spending the summer in I Xew York ci arrived in Pendleton this morning and for a few days will be a guest at the home of her neph ew, Dr. L. D. Idleman In North Pen dleton. Miss Carrie Sharp came down from her home in Athena last evening to be ready for the opening of schools Monday, being a member of the local staff of teachers. Mrs. F. L Coykendall nnd tw daughters, Nirma Coykendall and Frankle Coykendall of Portland, are in the city, the guests of Mrs. C. H Xorrls and Mrs. Clarence Penland. W. J. Furnish and family are pre paring to move to Portland about the middle of next week, and expect to make their home permanently in the metropolis. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Probett re turned this morning from Mlnneap olis, where they had been for an ex tended visit with friends and rela tives. Mrs, Alice Sheridan returned this morning on the early train from an extended visit with friends In her for mer home city of Roseburg In Douglas county. Mrs. C. J. Mitchell and baby daugh ter arrived from the home of her par ents In Dayton, Washington, where they have been since the birth of the child. Mrs. Emll Serf of San Francisco, will arrive on the evening train from the California metropolis for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheuerman of 607 College street. Miss Mary Zurcher and Miss Inez Makin, two of the new teachers in the local schools, arrived this morning on the early train from Portland. Mrs. L. G. Frazler entertained very informally Thursday afternoon In honor of her mother, Mrs. P. P. Corby of Pleasanton, Kansas. Mrs. E. C. Anlbal and children re turned this morning from an extend ed outing at Newport, followed by a visit with friends In Portland. Miss Grace Miller, principal of the Washington school, returned last evening from Oregon City, whore she spent the summer Miss Hazel Weller arrived this morning from Brownsville, where her parents reside and where she passed much of the summer, Mrs. R. E. Paddock and sister, Miss Abbott, of Walla Walla, were the 1 W4 This Means Something to You The Pure Drug Association of America Has Designated The Pendleton Drug Co. Its Sole Representative in Umatilla County This means that The Pendleton Drug Company is fully infoimed as to the impure drugs in the market and is bound by its membership in the Pure Drug Association to refuse to compound prescriptions from impure drugs. The Pend leton Drug Company has withdrawn its name from all patent medicine advertis ing and will not recommend nor guarantee any patent medicine of questionable character. There is a large corps of investigators in the field and The Pendleton Drug Con pany is kept informed as to inferior and impure drugs and the method of dishonest advertisers in fooling the public. The Pendleton Drug Company will be prepared and is bound to give the public pure drugs dispensed by druggists of ability and charged at the price usually charged for the poorer kind. To this end The Pendleton Drug Company main tains one of the best equipped prescription departments in Oregon. The Pendleton Drug Company is also a member of the United Drug Com pany of Boston, which company manufacturers the "Rexall" remedies, one for each ill. The formulas for these remedies can be seen at the "Rexall" Store at all times. These remedies are not intended to supplant the services of the physician. The Pendleton Drug Co. as a member of the Pare Drug Association of America and on its own merits is entitled to fill every prescription written in Pendleton.