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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1902)
SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1902.
All Summer Dress Goods
greatly reduced in price.
Shirt Waists sold at great
reduction to close out.
Special reduction on Cloth
ing. See our stock at once and
make your purchases. You
can save money.
Where Whole Families Can
vy Events of tne
H Past Week.
4. 4. 4. 4.
The attendance was very good for
summer weather, and much work was
accomplished. Cake and lemonade
were served by Mrs. Kdwards and
Society events are few and far be
tween these days, owing to the fact
that nearly everyone who can possi
bly get Into the hills or to some sum
mer resort has gone, and those who daughters.
have not gone are preparing to go Im
mediately. Some are spending the heated sea
son at Seaside, Clatsop Beach, and
other points on the coast, while many
more are putting their pleasure times
In the hills, at Bingham Springs
Meacham, Lehman Springs, Teal
Springs or other places in the moun
tains southeast of Pendleton, enjoying
life drinking in the mountain zephyrs
and wading the streams catching
speckled beauties. Those who are so
situctbd as to be ablo to enjoy life
in the mountains during the heated
season are indeed in luck, and those , , H k
who are compelled to stay in town to, T t
are justifiable in envying tlieir lucky
ill Havana Filler
Ice Cream Lawn Social.
The ice cream social given by the
ladies of the Christian church on the
I court house lawn last Wednesday eve
ning, was a most successful and en
joyable affair. The lawn on the Col- aid officiating.
lege street side of the court house had
been set with tables and festooned
with strings of Japanese lanterns
Last Sunday a crowd of young peo
ple drove out to the reservation and
camped on the banks of the river for
the day, enjoying the breezes from
the mighty .Umatilla. Those who went
were: Ted Thompson, Ted Moor-
house, La Valle Moorhouse, Maudj
Sheridan, Edyth Epple, Leo Sheridan, j
i3ertha Alexander, Gertrude Sheridan, '
Winnie Privette, Fanchon Borie, Iteta j
Howland, Alma Hallock, Constance;
Despaln, and Messrs. Mark Moor-i
house, Berk Hailoy, Oliver Kelsey,
Al Watue, Carl ureen
Sawtelle, Ben Bur-1
raughs, William Itiuekart, Win Stew-1
art, Sol Baum, Earl Borie. j
Married, at the home of the bride's
sister, Mrs. G. W. Nelson, Sunday
afternoon, Clarence Hall and Mrs.
Viola Martin, Judge Thomas Fitz Ger-
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Married, at 7 o'clock Monday oven-
presenting a most beautiful effect. Ice ing, at the Thompson lodging house,
cream, cake and other delicacies were
served by the ladies, while an im
promptu band discourred several mus
ical selections to add to the harmony
of the occasion. A delightful evening
was spent and the affair was suffic
iently successful financially to make
it worthy the efforts of the ladies who
had charge of the evening.
Congregational Church Social.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Con
gregational Church met on the par
sonage lawn on Thursday afternoon.
on Webb street, Joseph L. Hunger-
ford and Mrs. Augusta Rutledge, Hev.
W. R. King, of the Baptist church, of-1
ficiating. The bride is from La'
Grande and the groom from Baker
At the office of Judge Fitz Gerald
Thursday, the judge united in mar
riage Edward Brisbois and Caroline
St. Dennis. Mr. Brisbois is the well
known ex-Indian .policeman from the
1 4.. ... ... , ' jay. The services at the laying of the
church building will be held Sunday i
I Cowden, of Tacoma, will deliver the
address, ll. A. Copple, pastor.
I THE CHURCHES
First Presbyterian Church 10 a
m., Sunday school; 11 a. ni., sermon
1 "The Message That Came in the
1 Storm"; 4 p. m.. Junior Endeavor;
7:15 p. m., Senior Endeavor; 8 p. m..
1 sermon. A hearty welcome awaits all
1 who come, and strangers in the city
are specially invited to all services
Robert J. Diven, pastor.
Church of the Redeemer Eighth
Sunday after Trinity. Services with
j sermon, morning, 11 o'clock; evening
b o clock.
" FLORODORA " BANDS art
of same value as tags from
" STAR," " HORSE SHOE,"
"SPEA RHEA D,""STANDA RD HA VY,"
. OLD PEACH & HONEY," c
"SAW LOG," "OLE VARCINY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco.
M. E. Church, Soilth Services as
fallows: 10 a. m., Sunday school, I.
E. Earl, superintendent; at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m., the pulpit will be filled
by Rev. J. W. Compton, of Walla
Walla, as the nastor iroes to fill the
' pulpit of Rev. Compton at Walla
Wallx The public are cordi
ally invited to be present. Ep
worth League at 7 o'clock. Subject,
"Means of Growth." Prayer meeting
on Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Sub
ject word, "Bread." E. B. Jones, pastor.
Congregational Church Cornar
Webb and Johnson streets. J. Ed
wards, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
by Rev. Rosine M. Edwards. Mid
week meeting on Wednesday evening, j
Among the passengers who arrived
in New York Tuesday by the steamer
Preoria, from Bermuda, were 108
Boer prisoners from Bermuda.
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE
BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS,
Sick Headache, Constipation,
Wind and Pains in Stomach, Impaired Digestion,
Disordered Liver and Female Ailments.
The Sale now exceeds SIX MILLION Boxes per Annum
Prepared only by the Proprietor, THOMAS BEECHAM, St. Helena, England.
Sold Everywhere, in Boxes, lOc. and 25c.
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?ood clean stock of general mer-
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Thompson Street Methodist Church
Services for Sunday, July 20: Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Preaching serv
ice at 11 a. m. Epworth League at
7 p. m. The Rev. William Hoskins, of
Walla Walla, will preach in the even
ing at 8 o'clock. John TJren, pastor.
First Baptist Church Subject for
the morning sermon, "What Christ
Saw on the Cross." In the evening
"Striving to Enter In." The many
strangers who are in town at the pres
ent will find a cordial welcome at this
church. R. W. King, pastor.
Christian Church All of the regu
lar services at the court house Sun-
Preparing for a Vacation
man wants his shirts to look their
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1o.be sure of this send them to an up-
io-date laundry, where your linen and
colored shirts, your collars and cuffs
jtre handled with the care and done up
with the beauty of color and finish that
the Domestic laundry Is famous for,
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
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