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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1908. PAGE TTIRKK. IN i OLD FOLKS E.pecUllr nd "Nttnw1. Rmlr (M TrtlmlmMdlttoLkoiheRhen. featlim ont of their jolntm nond It to keep tluilr Biomwh, Llr.r, Kidneys . m,,. vsuv, , uvvu i iWr mg vtreuKva ua rigor ii gives. Let "NATURE'S REMEDY" Be Your Doctor. TfJf tlI B0W nd """" " wl" kM l' '" oo4 condition that dli.Moi eannot uk hold. Ever boi u ruwuitoed to glT tulifactlon, or the pure hue price refunded. BetterThan Pills For Liverllls 1 I TALLMAN CO. PENDLETON, OREGON. S GREAT SOUTHERN RAIL ROAD TO BE EXTENDED FcouW of the O. 11. & X. to Tap Rldi Central Oregon District Line to lie Duilt from Dufur to Tjgh Val ley Irrigated Section or Central Oregon to be Opened to Traffic. the development of mineral claims on Indian reservations, announce a Wellington, D. C, report. The secretary urges that congress pass some law which will muke It posslblo for responsible white men to develop the mineral lands on the re maining unallotted Indian reserva tions, whether the deposits be of gold or silver, coal or any other mineral entering Into every day commerce. Moreover, experience has shown that Indian allotments which con tain mineral deposits can be leaded for mining purposes and yield good revenues, provided the leases are made for a sufficiently long period to justify the necessary outlay for development. It was not the Intention the In dians mineral lunds, but It has fre quently happened that this has been as the done unknowingly. The leasing sys- Political Information. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4444444444444444 Registration opens for pri maries, Junuary 6. Closes for ejection, April 2. Primary election April 17. Registration reopens, April 21. Close for election, May 15. General election, June 1. Registration reopens, Sep tember 20. Close for election, October 20. Presidential election, Novem ber 3. HEN PRISONER THIRTEEN DAYS The Great Southern railroad, known as tho Dufur road, is to be extended to Tygh from Its present of the government to give terminus at Dufur, and actual con struction will begin as soon contracts can be let, says the Madras tern should continue under such con Pioneer, jdltlons. Incorporation papers have been fl!- Th ""etary advocates the enact- , ment of a law authorizing such leases ed and It seems assured that the orlg- of allotte(1 Iands an(1 aIs0 pr0Vdlng inal plan of the company, which was that any mineral lands In any Indian to build from The Dalles to Tygh, . reservation shall be subject to lease will be carried out at once. bv th secretary of the Interior on There has been much talk of the such terms as he may prescribe. extension of the Dufur Oregon road ' to this pace, to tap the central Ore- MAKES MONEY KY PAYING FINE, gon country, but no mention of such ' a purpose Is made In the outline of Seattle Man Receives Valuable Coin the company's present plans, although i ciuuige When Settling Fine for It is known that w. F. Kelson, one or the promoters of the Oregon Trunk HnA lin th TAsrhiitoH l rIra nnA rtf the heavy promoters of the Dufur 1 bridge of Seattle, Wash., was ar road. and from Tygh on down White f?,,,le!,ere1,for "Pedln l8tttT" river to the Deschutes, where the Ore- blI 76 mllcs an hour- . durln ,the gon Trunk line survey Is completed, j 8,ow i'ods." according to the police- i iiiuii w iiu muue me uiicai, nuu me I paid $20 In police court. ! Eskrldge produced a 150 bill and i laid It on the desk. In exchange he was released from custody and re- .1 F'art Driving. Los Angeles, Feb. 22. Richard S. Is only a few miles. From this fact the proposed exten sion of the Great Southern to Tygh gains significance. Julius L. Meter, secretary of the Dufur road, says In Portland c,vp:' H number of coins, Including a iu goia piece. Esikrldge started down Spring street an Interview published in paper: j "We fxnerf tn start on the work of grading and laying truck as soon as to tore i0 ecUTe 8 curl- H 8C" nnn m ih nnntmnt Th. red one and laid down the 110 ar all ei.mnloted an.l we believe that co,n ln payment. V. a la k. hn.l tlm. tnm ..a A V, ned ll.ici ,n .lie VI Ol tllllu ,11 U O KI U WIVJ work. The financial troubles of the Accidentally ISuriel Under Kettle Rescued After Going WlllK)ut FtHxl for Many Duyx. W. C. Kenedy, a pioneer citizen who lives lit the north part of town, tells a remarkable story of a little speckled hen which he owns, says a Palouse, Wush., Item. On the morning of February 1 Mrs. Kenedy went to feed the chickens and missed the lit tle hen, the only one of her breed In the flock. A careful search failed to bring her to light, and until the morning of the 13th nothing was seen of her. On the morning of the 13th, while Mrs. Kenedy was feeding the chick ens as usual, she heard a noise as of a chicken pecking against some hard substance. She finally located the nolne In a discarded kettle lying in the yurd bottom side up. When the kettle was lifted, the hen was found sitting underneath It, where she had been during the entire 13 days. The her was somewhat emaciated, but after a couple of days has re covered her usual appearance. It Is supposed the hen had been eating out of the kettle and had turned It over on herself. The snows of the past two weeks had banked up about it, and the only air filtered through some little holes ln the bottom of the upturned vessel. National Pure Food and Drug Law. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung 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. Pendleton Drug Co. In payment. The dealer cxam- the coin closely. Inquiring the cause of the examination, Eekrldge west are over with and the Great was told that the coin was dated 1849 Southern will tap a country that is nru1 one of the ver7 ar f!ns . so rich tli at It can ufford to laugh at financial troubles. "At present our road Is completed to Dufur, a distance of about 40 miles. Regular freight and passen ger trains are In operation over that much of the road. Wc want to hur ry so that we can get Into Tygh -by next fall. Tho Tygh valley Is one of the richest In the state and Is a coun try untouched by any other railroad. "With this vast country, enormous ly rich In grains, wheat and timber, awaiting us we feel Justified In ex tending the road at once." Mr. Meier said that the company had not been able to estimate the cost minted in California, and its value to any collector of coins was' $80. Esk ridge secured the return of the coin, paid for his purchase In silver and fig ures that the $20 paid for speeding his automobile was well Invested nf the pvtenHlnn. hut It wnuM nrnh ably represent between $400,000 and ! Pn5ar!f.r of.,Groverlown $500,000. Neighbors Got Fooled. "I was literally coughing myself to death, and had become too weak to leave my bed; and neighbors pre dicted that I would never leave It j alive: but they got fooled, for thanks jbe to God, I was Induced to try Dr. i King's New Discovery. It took Just 'four one dollar bottles to completely leure the cough and restore me to :good sound health," writes Mrs. Eva Stark Co., Ind. This King of cough and cold At present the road enjoys excel-lfure' and ncal?r of throat and Iun lent traffic arrangements with the!' O. R. & N. Bt The Dalles, and these ' druBgls,a will be continued. guaranteed by Tallman & Co, BOc and $1. Trial bottle free Realty Transfers. The following realty transfers have Mr. Meier said that although the articles of Incorporation declare the purpose of the road to build from The Dalles to San Francisco and Just ben recorded: northward to such a point ln the state Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to Jos of Washington as may be selected, no P" Cunha, $120. Lot 1, southeast great extension of tho line Is contcm- Quarter of northeast quarter and east plated this yesr. farther than that to nnlf of southeast quarter, section 2, Tygh. The road has been surveyed township 1 north, range 29, E. W. M. through Oregon to the southern boun-' wicnuci u. hams et ux, to James II dary line of the state, and as the coun- Sams, $600. West half of northeast trv develops the road will be extend. Quarter and west half of northeast NO DECISION REACHED. Matter f Establishment of DlTtnlty Kcliool Discussed by Blslrops. No decision In regard to the estab lishment of the proposed Episcopal divinity school was made yesterday at the conference of bishops of the Episcopal church In Washington, Ore gon and Idaho, according to BlshOD L. H. Wells last night. savs the Spokesman Review. mere was nothing definite done about the matter," said Bishop Wells last night. "The conference will con mm" lumurrow morning, but I can not say now what will be done." Those In attendance at the confer ence are Jilshop F. W. Keator of OlymplH. Bishop Charles Scadding of Portland, and Bishop J. B. Funsten or iwm. The question of uniform ity In the girls' schools of the Epis copal church In the northwestern states, wus discussed yesterday morn ing. One of the questions before the conference of bishops Is that of a desirable location for a divinity school which it is purposed to found some where In the northwest. Sensational Embroidery Sale There HAS BEEN Embroidery Sales Before, There's GOIN' TO BE Embroidery Sale Again But this Embroidery Sale is no Has Been or Goin' To Be "BUT AN IZZER" That is to say it is HOW The most Sensational Embroidery Sale ever in Pendleton Sale Begins Tuesday Morning Feb. 25th, at 9 o'clock Let this sale "put you in the Habit" of coming here The Cloak & Suit House Lend Us Your Ear For a Moment Are you carrying any insurance for yoar loved ones. If not, why not be come a member of one of the Grand Frater-nals? The editor of the Memphis, Tenn.. "Tlms -writes: "In my opinion Foley1 Honey and Tar Is the best remedy for coughs, colds and lung trouble, and to my own personal knowledge Foley's Honey and Tar has accomplished many permanent cures that have been little short of marvellous." Refuse any but the genuine In the yellow package. Pen dleton Drug Co. The Wrotiff Kind. "What's dat, boss?" "That a safety razor, Sam. Didn't you ever see one used?" "No, snli! Why, boss, what use would dat be at a colored party, do you stiose? ' Tonkers Statesman. The "Florsheim" Shoe Our Oxfords arc different, yet they don't cost any more. The oxfords we are showing this season have created no little talk. "Florsheim" oxfords extreme, ex clusive styles made just right shaped i to fit perfectly hug the instep don't permit the heel to rub up and down. J Fine materials and workmanship and the way we fit them to your feet. Call and see for yourself. The Modem Wood men has one million members. Is 25 years old; has the lowest death rate for it's age, also, the lowest per capita expense. If this interest you call on or address LIIIMORE PIERCE at 301 S. Main St. or G. A. Robbins, Clerk Tho Alexander Department Store The Home of the Florsheim and Walkover Sh oes. Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAC. Proprietor. LA.MJl CROP IS 110 PER CEST. 110 TosrHi Ciinlui of Fx-lio Saves Lambs From 100 Ewes. The Echo Register says of an ex cellent yield of lambs In a winter lambing experiment conducted by Joseph Cunha, the well known sheep man of that place: Joseph Cunha Is securing 110 lambs from 100 ewes, the best aver age that has been noted In this sec tion as yet. Mr. Cunha has made a study of the sheep business and his observations confirmed his belief that to obtain the best results the animals must be carefully guarded at all times and at critical periods protected from severe weather. With the latter proposition ln mind he, last fall, built a shed 70x200 feet to be used for stock feeding and to protect the sheep during the lambing season. He expects to have 5000 or 6000 lambs from his 6000 ewes. De Witt's" Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is especially good for piles. Sold by Tallman & Co. "We've got "em." Petaluma Incu bators; guaranteed superior to all others. See them at Goodman Hard ware Co. ed. Hunting for Trouble. "I've lived In California 20 years, and am still hunting for trouble In the way of burns, sores, wounds, bolls, cuts, sprains or a case of piles that I3ucklen's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure," Sierra Co. No huntlnir, Mr. Walters: it cures or money refunded at Tallman & Co.'e ,-llnKe S3 drug store. 25c. quarter, section 1, township 4 north range 36, E. W. M. Nathan II. Sams to James 11. Sams, $600. Lots Nos. 6 and 7 of section 6, and lots 1 and 2 of section 7, township 4 north, ranifo 37 E. W, M. Elizabeth Rehm to Eugeno Dlvln- uge Ity School, J 10,000. Southwest quar ter of Section 23, township 5 north E. W. M. MAY INVADE INDIAN LANDS. ProKpoctors for Gold to Do Given Penults by Government. If congress will be kind, Spokane's mine hunters may not need to wait much longer before seeking the treas ures of gold, silver and copper hidden In the Indian reservations of the northwest, says the Spokane Chron icle. Secretary Garfield Is very anxious ' that congress should enact some prac tical legislation which will permit Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently but promptly on the bow els. It stops the cough by soothing the throat and lung Irritation. Sold by Tallman & Co. COFFEE Why Schilling's Best? Because it is best and your money, is yours if you think you don't find it so. Tour (rocrr rerurni your money If too don't like It: we par llro Attention, W. O. W. All members and candidates W. O. W. will please to be on hand at Eagles' hall Monday night, February 24, nt 7:30 sharp. Neighbors from M Hon, Weston, Athena, Echo, Pilot Rock and La Grande will bo with us. Also Head Manager Pattlson will bo present. A banquet will wind -up the evening's exercises. J. P. EARL, C. C. Attest: J. P. WALKER, Clerk. Notice to Public, Having disposed of mv implement 1 store In this city, all parties knowing themselves Indebted to mo please call and settle their accounts. FRED WEBER. Use DeWltfs Little Early Risers, pleasant little pills. They are easy to take, gold by Tallman & Co. THE 11 DR. KING'S mm FOR mm. AND ALL THROAT DISEASES PDEUC30DIA con: and GOLDS and LUNG PREVENTS man" European plan. Everything first- class. All modern conveniences. Steam, heat throughout Rooms en suite- with bath. Large, new samDle room. The Hotel St. George Is oronouncedi one of the most up-to-date hotela of the northwest. Telephone and fire- alarm connections to office, and hot and cold running water ln all rooms. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT I! CONNECTION' WITH HOTEL. ROOMS: $1.00 and $l.5o Block and a Half from Depot. See the big electric sign. Two years ago a severe cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and after using one bottle I went back to work, as well as I ever was." W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Tenn. PRICE 60c AND TO SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY TALLMAN & CO. Hotel Bowman FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IV CONNECTION. European or American Plan. ROOMS 60c, $1.00, $1.50. Steam Heat and Hot and Cold Water in Every Room. Meats strictly family style, 25c. Special Sunday dinner, 25c. MEAL HOURS. BREAKFAST 6:30 TO 8:30. DINNER, 11:30 TO 1:30. SUPPER. 5:30 TO 7:30. Only white help and cooks employed.. W. C. GIBBS, Prop. Main St., next to Depot. Colesworthy's Anything you want in Stock and Poultry Food CHOP MILL CORNER AL1 AND COTTONWOOD ST8. Dally East Orcgonlan by carrier,, only 15 cvnta week.