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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1903)
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Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the
well-informed and to the healthy, because its
component parts are simple and wholesome
and because it acts without disturbing the
natural functions, as it is wholly free from
every objectionable quality or substance. In
the process of manufacturing figs are used, as
they are pleasant to the taste, but the medici
nal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from
an excellent combination of plants known to
be medicinally laxative and to act most bene
ficially. To get its beneficial effects buy
the genuine manufactured by the
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For sale bf an leading DraKists, In oriiul packaft only, bcaiiss Ue lu"
name oi tie Company.
In Pendleton and out a few mites.
Farms or imall Traeti.
1.50 per acre buys IGO-acre farm
iith crop, 9 miles from town.
!,000 buys 4B0 acres, sprine water.
i,1 n9 miles out.
i.OO boys 160 acres, new home, only
5'42 miles from Pendleton.
s - '"400 buys 3C0 acres, part bottom,
'i some timber, growing crop a rare
" Ai .bargui.
fv y; ,;T limits, mostly bottom in alfalfa
"?.SKJust what Ton are looking for.
. Simi-ow Duys zu iota imgsiea, iruit;
, W4 buUdings.
- j "!2.200 5-acre home; well improred
,i t uuiium iana. imeaiea ior EBraea
, V and chickens.
:'JlJ2.600 A 10-acre home; well improy-
n40 acres; choice grain land, 9 miles
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Had One Qualification.
An Irishman, who, much to his
wife's sorrow, had got into the com
pany of men who managed cock-fights,
determined to raise some game roos
ters himself. So he got some prize
eggs and put them under the old ben
in the back yard.
In order to teach him a lesson and
discourage his growing vice, his wife
removed the prize eggs from under
the unsuspecting hen, and put in
their place some ducks' eggs.
Some weeks later his wife heard a
commotion in the woodshed. She
rushed out, and thero stood Pat,
watching with delight the first efforts
of a newly hatched duck to waddle .
"Bridget, Bridget, will ye luk at the
fut on him? Sure a birrd twice his
size couldn't trip him." txenange
Took a Long Time.
The guest of an Albert Lea, Minn.,
hotel, was sitting in the reading room
when he was disturbed by the sound
of a heavy fall.
"What's that unearthly racket?" he
asked the hotel clerk.
"Oh," was the reply, "that bloomin'
Englishman who Ib stopping here
just fell out of a second story win
"That's funny," said the guest. "1
told him a joke half an hour ago and
it's taken him all this time to turn'
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Mam street, i doors north
of W. & C. R. depot.
Fir. Tamarack and
I Whv nutf nnnr rnol mhpn iinn
can get me Desi lor tne same
Telephone Main 5i
O! Coarse Yo Do.
The place to get the best
meal served in the city is
The Woman Who Knows
how to provide for the pantry always
keeps the essentials on hand.
; an essential to those who have tried h. Compare the other brands with those
bearing our cap label and you will find that they look
watery in comparison. Economy Brand runs smoothly
from the can, is uniform in appearance and is the purest
and most pleasant tasting.
Ask your dealer for the kind that has the cap label
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY,
HIGHLAND, UXIH0IS. 0
The Best Criterion
Of our work is the work it
self, as our best advertise
ment is the praise of those
who patronize us. We know
we can do the best laundry
work, as we couldn't do it
we didn't, so if you want
your linen laundered better
than you ever had it done,
go to the
Court and Thompson Streets.
Rnuth Sunday ser
virus ir follows: "0 a. m.. Sunday
school. I. E. Earl, superintendent
11 - cruwini Roster sermon b
the pastor, subject: "The RoBurrec
tion." Also at morning sen-ice spec
ial music and solo. The mcmDers
n t.rlnr- flowers for
decoration. At 3 p. m.. Junior Ep-
worth Ijeaguo, conauciea vy mm.
Mary W. Jones. Senior Epworth
League, held In connection with other
vounc people's societies at Baptist
. . mtu. fLt nnnlna
church; e:3U p. m. -ihb "
tinntlo nhiirrh In union meet
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Inc. Pravcr meeting on Thursday
night at 7:30. E. B. Jones, pastor.
First Christian Church Sunda)'
school, 10 a. m.; sermon at 11 a. m.,
subject, "The Resurrection." Spec
i.i n,,dn vvnnlnir nreachinc at
7:30. Subject, "Is Jesus of Nazareth
the Messiah of the Jew?" This con
tinues the series begun last Sunday
evening on the New Testament books.
All the New Testament books will
be discussed in this series of ser
mons. At the evening service Mr.
t-. . ...Ml ln Thn imtilln In rnr-
IJUiUUl will oiubi --
dlally invited to attend all these ser
vices. N. H. MrooKB, miniBiur.
First Baptist Church At 10 a. m
n-ni Ua holil thn Snnrtnv snhool ses
cin. nr thla r-hnrrh. Rnnnrpr Sim'
mons. superintendent. At 11 clock
the pastor will preach an Easter ser
mnn U OS ArlAl 11p1;1a Will Sine U
beautiful boIo appropriate to the day
After the morning sermon the ordi
will he administer
ed to those' who are reaay to du im
mersed. In the evening this church
and young people's society will join
In the union services, it. w. runs
First Presbyterian Church 10 a
m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., recep
tion of new members, sermon and sac
rament of the Lord's Bupper: spec
ial music 3 p. m., Junior Endeavor;
6:30 p. m., union meeting of young
people in Baptist church; 7:30, union
preaching service in the Baptist
church. The session of this church
will meet In the pastor's study at 10
a. m., preparatory to the reception of
new members and the observance oi
the Lord's supper. All who desire to
confer with the session at this time
will please come promptly at 10
o'clock. Strangers in the city are es
peclally invited to all the services,
Robert J. Diven, pastor.
Catholic Church The program for
tomorrow at the Catholic church, the
day being the commencement of the
grand mission which will continue for
a week, is ub follows: 5:30 a. m
mass and short instruction; S a. m
mass and sermon; 10:30 a. m., sermon
by Rev. J. M. O Connor of Chicago
assisted by Rev. Mulconroy; 3 p. m
instruction for Catholic adults who
have not made their first communion
and for non-Catholics; 7:30, rosary,
lecture, benediction of the Most
Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day school, 10 a. m., A. J. Owens, su
perlntendent The services of the day
will be of special importance. In the
morning a sermon will be preached
at 11 a. m., appropriate to the day; it
being Easter and in the Methodist
Episcopal church, the general field
day for missions. At the close of the
morning service a baptismal service
will be held for adults, by whatever
mode the candidate may choose. Ep
worth League, 6:30 p. m. An Easter
program will be rendered by the Sun
day school at 7:30. This will be of
special interest and the parents and
friends of tne school are cordially in'
vlted. A cordial invitation to all
services is extended. Robert War
Congregational Church J. Ed'
wards, pastor. Sunday services as
follows: Sunday school at 10 a. n;
Morning worship, communion and re
ception of members with Easter serV'
ice, at 11. This church will join in
the evening services at the Baptist
West End Chapel Corner of West
webb and Maple, streets. Sunday
scnooi at song service on Tues
Christian Scientists Will hold
their regular services tomorrow at
the home of Ed Eben, on West Alta
Men's Resort Rev. R. A. Copp-
ple will lecture at the Men's Resort
tomorrow at 4 o'clock. The subject
of his address will be, "The Resur
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Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Pfomber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
Union Gospel Services.
The young people's societies will
meet in union service tomorrow eve
ning at 6:30 in the Baptist church,
The. Baptist society will have charge
or tne service. At 7:30 the usual
Sunday evening gospel service will
be held at the same place. This Is
the last of the 40 days' service that
has been held by the union of four
churches and which has been ot bo
much blessing to those who have at
tended. Let everyone attend this last
union Bervlce and make it the best
of all that has gone before.
On Sunday evening, tho- 19th Mrs.
Hoxter, patron of the Girl's Rescue
Home of Portland, will be in the city
and address a union meeting at the
Baptist church. R. W. King, chair
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