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EIGHT PAGES. BRIEF RECORD OF COUNTY EVENTS Spe:ial Correspondence HON NOTES woitn ox the dam is . PROGRESSING RAriDLT. Xow Looks as Thotigh Would Bo Rowdy to Receive Flood Water In the Spring Land Is Being Cleared by Different rariles Who Have Purchased From Private Concerns Hermlstou reoplc Protest Against 1 and 2 Going Through Without Stop. Hermlston, Oct 24. The work at the dam Is progressing rapidly, and the usual force Is being employed. It la now reported that the trestle work built 50 feet high Is now nearly cov ered, and preparations will soon be made to add 50 feet more to the height. The concrete cores ore rap Idly and substantially being filled in, and It Is estimated that dirt and gravel Is being excavated at the rate of 18,000 yards rer day by the big steam shovelr The work on the ditches is going on nicely, and pud dling in the vicinity of Echo Is prov ing successful so far. The way things are now going, on, the dam will be complete to receive rood waters from the Umatilla by early spring. Considerable land Is now being cleared by parties who have bought land from different private parties, which will be watered by the govern ment, and It now looks as though many acres of land would be put under cultivation next spring. Many fruit trees are being set out by dif ferent parties. School Is closed on account of the teachers' Institute, which Is In pro gress in Pendleton this week. The town was almost depopulated the first of the week on account of the election case at Pendleton. All have returned and are once more seen in their respective places of duty, S. R. Oldaker among them. Several parties have been here thj past week looking over this section with a view to Investing. That Nos. 1 and 2 do not stop at Hermlston Is & great Inconvenience for Hermlston, and it Is understood that parties will take this matter up with the railroad company. A great many passengers come here from distant points, who have to change trains and are put to much inconvenience. I T IT APPLES GOING OUT BY THE CARLOAD EACH DAY, Sells Stock to Idaho Parties at Good Figure County Fruit Insriector Will Leave Shortly for Ohio to VMt Relatives Arrives Here From Car. ollna to Locate Fine Strawberries Aro Xow Being Shipped Out. Freewater, Oct. 24. The Rlgg & Saxton Fruit company have. Just ship ped out two carloads of apples. One was consigned to Denver, Col., and the other to Fort Worth, Texas. The firm now has over seven carloads of apples on hand and around their packing house at the present time awaiting cars to make the shipments. J. J. Williams has sold a fine bunch of stock to the Idaho Bar ranch at Twin Falls, Idaho, the consideration being $2000. Mr. Williams also ship ped two carloads of Jersey cows to Kahlotus to be sold at public auc tion. Howard Evans, county fruit In spector, expects to leave soon for Ohio upon a visit. He will return home with his family, which has been making an extended visit In that state. A little child of Mrs. Mellnda Redd Is quite seriously HI with typhoid pneumonia. A. Miller & Sons, the nurserymen, are busy sending out great loads of fruit trees to different parts of the country. James Henderson of Milton, was uimng visitors in me cuy me early lutn u wit? mfk, Seeding U now going on in all dl rectlons from here. Hard Times In Kansas. Th old days of grasshopperi and drouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today; al though a cltlaen of Codell, Earl Shamburg, hns not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered. He says: "I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day, but could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery- It took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by Tallman & Co.'s drug store. 50o and l. -Trial bottle free. FALL SEEDING. Milton Notes. Milton, Oct. 24. Attorney J. M. Peterson of Bakersfield, S. C, broth er of S. D. Peterson, has arrived In Milton, and he Is looking over the northwest with a view to locating In the near future. V. H. Chastaln and wife are here from Lewlston, Idaho, to remain a short time visiting friends. A. G. Ragsdals of the City Hotel, Is reported quite ill. Miss Mattle Montgomery, of Helix, has tc-en visiting with friends near here for several days. Some of the fruitgrowers about here have been shipping strawberries during the past week to Spokane and different markets, and there will be quite a supply here until the first of November. J. W. Berry and Mr. Kel Wr are among those who have been shipping out in the past week. Car Shortage Still Prevents Shipments of Wheat. Adams, Oct. 24. Many of the farm era about here have commenced their fall seeding and In some places where early seeding was done the grain Is coming up nicely. The school children are enjoying a few days' vacation as all of the teach ers are at the Institute. Agent Wallace Nelson of the O. R. & N., was a recent visitor in Weston and to Walla Walla. The car shortage is still holding up wheat shipments, from this point. No sales have been made of late to speak of. Oat of Sight. "Out of sight, out of mind" is an old saying which applies with soecltl force to a sore, burn or wound that's been treated with Bucklen's rrlea Salve It's out of sight out of mind and out of existence. Piles too and chilblains disappear under Its healing Influence. Guaranteed by Tallman A Co. druggists. 15c. May Rise Again King reter. Belgard, Oct. 24. The govern ment's summary adjournment of the national assembly has caused intense Indignation and danger of serious up heaval and a possible uprising against King Peter is imminent. In most cases consumption results from a neglected or Improperly treat ed cold. -Foley's Honey and Tar crres the most obstinate coughs and pre vents serious results. It costs you no more than the unknown preparations and you hould insist upon having the genuine In yellow rackage. The Pendleton Drug Co. Xotlce. Charles Lane & Son have an expert sign writer In their employ. See them about signs. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney trouble that Is not be yond medical aid. The Pendleton Drug Co. i) rN - Mil ill This Sale is Big in Every Way Possible. Big Values, Big Lots of Goods, Big Mill Ends, not all short pieces, and best of all Big Crowds of Buyers. You can get $3.00 worth here at this sale for $2.00 if you come early Others are doing it, why not you ? THE FA R EPT STORE PENDLETON, OREGON Tennessee Anti-Saloon League. Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 24. Del egates from all parts of the state filled the spacious auditorium of the Centenary Methodist church this af ternoon at the opening of the annual convention of tho Tennessee Anti-Sa loon league. Dr. J. A. Baylor wel comed the delegates, for whom re sponse was made by Dr. L. R. Bach- man of Knoxvllle. An open discus sion of the corrupting Influence of the saloon on politics in a large city was a feature of the Initial sesson. The conventon will continue its sessions through Friday and Saturday. Queen of Spain 20 Tears Old. Madrid, Oct. 24. Madrid kept hol iday today In celebration of the twentieth birthday of Queen Victoria, who was born October 24, 1887. Re ports from he provinces indicate that the anniversary was celebrated enthusiastically throughout Spain. During the day messages of con gratulation were received at the pal ace from the various courts of Eu rope and from many of the Spanish municipalities. Xotlce to Our Customers. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lun? troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law, as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for chil dren and adults. The Pendleton Drug Co. Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 24. Nearly 2000 ministers and laymen of the Unlversallst church are In Philadel phia to attend the biennial session of the general assembly of that denom ination. The formal opening took place today in the Church of the Restoration and it will be the mid dle of next week before the proceed ings come to an end. No home is so pleasant regardless of tho comforts that money will buy, as when the entire family is In per feet health. A bottle of Orino Laa tlve Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will cure everyt member of the fanv lly of constipation, sick headache or stomach trouble. The Pendleton Drug Co. For Sale. A five year note for $800 bearing 8 per cent. Interest paid annuallv. Secured by mortgage on real estate worth '11600. Enquire at Wonder store. Away The Finest Premium Ever Given Away By Any Newspaper, Now Being Offered to the Readers of the il This beautiful eight-piece Rogers Solid Silver Metal et given under the .following conditions ; The silver get given with the Daily East Oregonian, by carrier, for a period of four months, at the rate of per month. 90c Silver set and Daily by mail, 6 month. $3.50 Silver set and Weekly or Semi-Weekly, one year, $2.50 These are not cheap, useless articles of plated ware, to be cast aside after a few weeks use, but are of fine nickled Silver and will last you a life time. An article that yon will not be ashamed to have in your home and use on your table. ' READ THE SPECIAL OFFER. Anyone wishing to see how these goods stand hard usage, may see them at The Delta or St George Restaurant Both establishments have used this ware for yeart. If interested, stop the carrier or 'phone Main 1, and our circulation manager will call on you personally and explain the offer more fully. . ' This very useful six-piece Kitchen Set given under these conditions: The Kitchen Set given with the Daily East Oregonian, by, carrier, for a period of three months at the rate of per month. 80c Kitchen Set and Daily, by mail, 6 months. $2.95 Kitchen Set and Weekly, or Semi-Weekly, one year $1.95