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aATLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OWEQOH SATURDAY, JUNE e, HQS, i
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Lock up Your Money
I have the agency for the National Lock and
Safe Co.'s Safes and can furnish any size safe.
Bank Vaults, etc. Call and see my sample
and get prices before buying.
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oUNUAY AT I
THE CHURCHES t
M. E. Church, South Sunday
services ns follows: 10 a. m. Sunday
school, I. E. Earl, superintendent; 11
a. m., preaching by pastor and class
service; 7 p. ni., Epworth League,
leader, Miss Mary Itust, subject,
i turn iuu uvLiui
bites. Temperance lesson. A full
attendance of the leaguo is desired.
At 8 p. m., preaching by tho pastor.
Prayer meeting on Thursday night.
Everybody invited to attend any or
all of these services, E. B. Jones,
Methodist Episcopal Church
Sunday school 10 a. m., A. J. Owen,
superintendent. Morning sermon at
11 o'clock. Class meeting, 12:15 p. m.
Itev. G. W. Rigby, loader. Children's
meeting, 3 p. m. Epworth League,
7 p. m. Sermon, S p. m. A cordial
Invitation to all these services. Kob-
p. ert Warner, pastor.
TTTTyTYTYTTYYTYTYVTYYYTTTYYTTTYYTYYTTTYTYTYTYY t Flrst Baptist Church All the
' school at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11
I o'clock. Young pcoplo's service at 7
I o clock and preaching at S. All strang
ers and those who havo no regular
place of worship aro most cordially
Invited to attend theso services. U.
W. King, pastor.
J, C, TAYLOR, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street '
There is a lot of satisfaction in having a refrigerator
these hot days, keeps everything so cool and fresh.
Our stock is exceptionally complete all sizes and prices
And Adjustable Window Screens are not only a con
venience but a necessity and we have anticipated your
wants by putting in a stock of all sizes give us your
BAKER & FOLSOM, Next Door to Postolfice
Bring Us Your Second Hand Goods
We will pay you what is right for them.
Bargains in new and second hand goods.
GURDANE & McBROOM
12 East Cocut Stkekt
First Christian Church Sunday
school. Id a. m.; prenchlng, It a. in.,
subject of sermon "Working With
God;" preaching, S p. m., subject,
".Justification by Faith;" prayer meet
ing Wednesday. 8 p. m.; Christian En
deavor, Friday, S p. ni. Everybody
cordially Invited. N, II. Brooks, pas
First Presbyterian Church 10 a.
m.. Sunday school; 11 a. m.. sermon
and communion; 7 p. m., Christian
Endeavor; 8 p. m., report from tho
late assembly at Los Angeles, by ltev.
B. F, Harper. Strangers are espec
ially invited to all tho meetings.
Robert J. Diven, pastor.
Congregational Church Sunday
services: Sunda yschool at 10 a. m.;
morning worship and preaching at 11.
Subject, "Seeking tho Best." Evening
service at 7:30. Subject. "Tho Only
Safe Way." Temporanco address. J.
Five States Represented In the Con
vention in Session Today.
Indianapolis, Ind., Juno C Tho fifth
annual ronventlon of tho Christian
and Missionary Alliance for tho dis
trict of Indiana, Michigan, Western
lYumucKy ana .Missouri opens in wis
city this evening and many dolcgatos 1
have arrived to participate in tho pro-1
ccedlngs. Tho sessions aro to con
tinue through the whole of next
Some of tho nromtnent missionaries !
and workers to take part aro: Dr.
Itobert 11. Glover, China; nev. A. B.
Simpson, New York, president of tho
alliance: Rev. H. W. Campbell, Afrl
ca; ltev. S. It. Stokes, Detroit; Hov.
W. H. Chandler, Wheaton. 111.; Rov.
A. E. Funk Xew York; Hov. T. W.
McArlhur Chicago, and Hov. E. D.
GERMAN CATHOLICS OF OHIO.
Important Meeting of an Influential
Cincinnati, 0., Juno C Many vis- j
itors are arriving for tho fifth state
convention of tho Ohio Staatsvorbund I
and from all indications the gathering
will bo tho largest over hold by thu
German Catholic societies of tho stato
The celebrations connected with
the convention will begin tomorrow
morning with soleinu high mass at
Holy Trinity church. In tho after
noon tho delegates and tho Gorman
Catholic societies of this vicinity will
participate In tho solemn dedication
of the now banner of the St. Bernard
us Benevolent Society, nud all will
attpnd vespers and benediction at
Holv Trinity church. Tho business
" -ions will occupy Monday and
The Ohio Staatsvorbund Is affiliat
ed with tho German Homnn Catholic
Central Vereln, and Is as present
composed of about GI societies, hav
ing a combined membership of near
At Sir John's Grave.
Kingston, Ont.. Juno 0. This be
ing the twelfth anniversary of tho
death of Sir John A. MncDonnld,
members of tho Kingston MacDonald
Club and delegations of prominent
ronservatlvcs thlB afternoon drove to
Cntaraqui cemetery, and decorated
the gravo of tho deceased statesman.
Each association placed handsome
wreaths made of white carnations,
pink roses and sweet peas on tho
grave. Several momorlnl addresses
were delivered, tho speakers paying
a touching tributo to tho illustrious
dead, and referring to him ns tho
greatest among Cnnndlnns, and one
whose influence yet lived.
DR. C. J. WHITAKER, Dentist; Pendleton, Or.
Makes a specialty ol Seamless Gold Crowns and Hrulge Work.
Extracting 50c, Silver rilling i, Gold Filling $1 up, Best Set
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The J300 reward for tho capturo of
Christ Benson, tho Olympla murdor-
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