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DAILY EAST OKKidNIAN, PKNDIiETON, OKKUON. SATURDAY, APIUL it, . FOURTEEN PAG Eft. BRIEF RECORD OF COUNTY Special Correspondence FREEHI1EI ADVICES WILL OlUi ANIZE REBEKAH LODGE IX FREEWATEK. Mooting In Interest of Dyking Praposl tioii m.miI;m Much Activity About Hero Tills Spring1 Wrfl Known M 11 ton People In Portland MtfhflM Office Has New Manager. tfYeewater. April 11. A meeting WHI be held at Badgero hall Monday afternoon when the different commlt teef will report on the work done to war.i raisins the money for the dyk ing f the banks of the Walla Walla rlvei In this vicinity. It le understood that over $2000 has already been rais ed and men have been put to work on th repairs. Organize IOdge. A Reoekah lodge will be organized In this city on the 22(1 of this month with a membership of over 80. The Milton and Walla Walla lodges will assist In the work on this occasion, and the Fteewater Odd Fellows will erve a banquet for their sisters. Mrs. Alva Blcknell has returned from Olenwood. Iowa, where she was called on account of the death of her mother. Much Activity. The fruitgrowers are very busy In this section of the county at this time, Cleaning up orchards, spraying the trees, and cultivating the land prepar atory to harvesting a large crop of first-class apples, peaches, etc. The growers have found th need of spray ing and taking proper care of the trees and have been profiting thereby In the last couple of years. Prospects are bright for one of the largest crops of fruit ever grown in thla district. Milton Notes. Milton. April 11. H. M. Merrlfield has gone to Portland to visit for a few days. Mrs. Matt Mosgrove and son have gone to Portland where they will re main for a short time. Miss Fay Ebberhart of Walla Walla, has accepted the position of manager of the local telephone office In place of Miss Nellie Dorrlcut, who was forc ed to resign on account of poor health John Elam Is In Portland upon a brief business trip. Rerira Meetings. A series of revival meetings opened at the M. E. church In Milton last evening, and they will continue for at ka?t two weeks. All denominations will take an interest In these meet Jngs. which promise to be very suc cessful. PLAYING WAIT8BURG, Bishop Paddock of Eplseopal ('lunch. In Weston Sunday. Weston, April 11. President French, of the Weston Normal, has been over to Pullman, Wash., this week to deliver an address before a teachers' association. I. C. Brown of Ann Arb. Mich district organizer for the Intercollegi ate Prohibition association. will speak in the auditorium of the Nor mal Monday evening, April 13. His subject will be the College vs. the Sa loon." The baseball teams at the Normal are practicing hard, and they expect some good games this season. The first team of the Normal are In Walts, burg today where they are playing the Waitsburg high school this afternoon. People are looking forward to the visit of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Paddock of the eastern Oregon diocese of the Episcopal church, who will be here otmorrow to preach In the Weston church. He Got What He Needed. "Nine years ago it looked aa If my time had come," says Mr. C. Farth lng of Mill Creek, Ind. Ter. "I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread. It was then my drug gist recommended Electric Bitters. I bought a bottle and I got what I needed strength. I had one foot In the grave, but Electric Bitters put It back on the turf again, and I've been well ever since." Sold under guarantee at Tallman A Co.'a drufc store. BO centa. Revival Meetings. Athena, April 11. Considerable interest Is being shown In the revival meetings which will begin at the Athena M. E. church April 22, and they will continue until May 10. D. Carradlne, a noted evangelist of St. Louis, will conduct these meetings. He Is said to be one of the best evan gelists In the country. Notice to Poultry Raisers. The hatching season la r.ow open and I am prepared to furnish settings of full blood, single comb white leg horn eggs, to the trade In any quan tity desired. $7 per hundred. For further Information phone Main 88. A. Nolte. Plenty of Trouble Is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels. To get rid of It and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings Jaundice, take Dr. King's Nsw Life Pills, the reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or griping. 25c at Tallman A Co.'a drug store. Petition Manic for Candidate. "Petition of Candidate" and Elec tor's Nominating Petition" blanks for either party, are now printed and on aale at the Eaat Oregonlan office. EVENTS ECHO NEWS NOTES snia-:psnEAiuNO has BEGUN IN ECHO OOUNTRX TlHuuids of Head Will Be Shorn in Hub Vicinity Echo Teacher Iv Hcrnilston for Institute at Thai Place Land Continues to SeU About Here People Are Busy. Echo. April 11. Fifty men are employed .shearing sheep at the J. C. Wattenberger plant, which is run ning at full' capacity at the White- house a few miles from here. Two very rapid ihearers are In thla crew Henry Dow and Robert Conn, who have a record of shearing from 315 to 326 sheep per day. They are from Arizona and will only remain here during the shearing season. A great many thousand head will be sheared in this vicinity. Mr. Watterberger has the contract for operating the plant recently purchased by a num ber of the sheepmen of this section. Shearing will also be done at Nolin and In the Butter creek country. There are about 168,000 head to be sheared in Umailla county this sea son. The Echo teachera left this morn ing in a body to attend the teachers' Institute which la being held at Her mlston today. Land Sella. A great many hundreds of acres of land have been sold In this vicinity of late under the Irrigation projects. Over 1000 acres under the Furnish project will be put Into crops! A number of newcomers are coming In to settle on thla land and things look very prosperous for this end of the county. Candidates are seen here dally and politics seems to be the main topic of conversation. The Echo cornet band gave a dance last evening which was a very en joyable affair. F. L. Brundage, who has been In he barberlng business here for some time has sold out to T. E. Lucas of Portland. Mr. Brundage will farm near Echo. Everybody seems to be busy In and around Echo this spring. MASONIC TROWEL AT PORTLAND Imposing Ceremony to Welcome Roiind-the-W orld Ml eager. Masons of Oregon will receive the silver trowel, that Is being sent around the world to every Jurisdiction In Christendom, with appropriate cere monies, on April 20, payi the Portland Oregonlan. Imposing axerelsos win he held at the Masonic Temple. West Park and Yamhill streets, when there will be a reception to the grand mas ti r, officers and members of the grand lodge of Oregon. The trowel will ho brought to Port land by a delegation of Masons from Pocatello, Idaho, where the Mason. of Idaho welcomed the symbol of Ma- LESS COCOA FOR COUGHS FOR I AND THROAT PR. KING S I LUNCS NEW DISCOVERY FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that when I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my case incurable, but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me so completely that I am all sound and well MRS. EVA TJNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind. Price 50c and $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Bottle Free sonry to that atate. The visitors will formally deliver the trowel to the Ore gon Jurisdiction, when, having per formed their trust, they will return to Pocatello. It will then devolve upon a committee from the Oregon Masons to deliver the trowel In person to the Jurisdiction of another state. During the reception at "the Ma sonic temple the trowel will be pre sented by the Pocatello delegation, composed of William Wallln. D. North Clark and Rev. P. Murphy, all mem bers of Portneuf lodge No. 18. Following the Imposing ceremonies of receiving the trowel, a banquet will be spread, of which Frank Robertson will be toastmaster. The following committee of well known Masons has charge of the general arrangement: Russell Mackenzie, Frank Robertson. Hugh J. Royd. Frank B. fttallory, J. Raymond Rogers and Charles H Beard. WALLA WALLA (H II I'ROSPKHS. Report of Commercial A "H-lntlon at Garden City Shou Growth, The Walla Walla Union says of the Walla Walla Commercial club's con dition: According to the report submitted by Secretary A. C. Moore, and adopted by the club, total receipts for the year ending April 9, amounted to $3794. 3. Disbursements aggregatt-.l ISSiLtl, leaving a cash balance in the treasury of $183.17. The strenuous ndvertlsins campaign carried on by the club dur ing the past y nr. Incurred a debt for publications distributed, banners and badges of $826.3B. Large results have been obtained from this advertising and the expres sion of the club was unanimous In favor of this policy of publicity. A recent Invoice of the property of the club showed' assets amounting to ?S03.90. The total number of members en rolled to date Is 317 and out of this number 213 are In good standing hav- There's this difference between the cocoa Habit and the coffee habit: Cocoa mahes you healthier, stronger, steadier, better able to do your share. Does coffee? THAN A CENTA CUP Is made with scrupulous, con scientious care and old-fashioned attention to cleanliness, purity, goodness and quality. No cocoa at any price can be better or more delicious. Your grocer sells and recommends it. D. Ghhardelll Company San Francisco KING OF CURES THE WONDER WORKER SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY TALLMAN A CO. lng paid all arrears In membership dues. During the year the secretary has written 1663 letters, practically all of which were answers to inquiries from prospective Immigrants from t he east. As a result of these letters and the effective advertising campaign carried on by the club the Northern Pacific and Harrlman railway companies sold 447 tickets direct to Walla Walla from eastern points. This number does not Include any persons who have come to Walla Walla from adjacent points and other parts of the state. La Grande Not to Train. Manager Abe Pierce of the Pocar tello team learned yesterday that the I..' Grande team of professionals In the eastern Oregon league would not come to Pocatello for spring training. Yesterday A. Y. Lodell, a pitcher, and W. G. Kotteman, an Infielder, who have been signed by La Grande, ar rived In Pocatello from Portland, ex pecting to meet the team here, says the Pocatello Tribune. It was not until they had telegraphed to Mana ger Jack O'Brien of the La Grande bunch that they learned definitely that plans to do spring training In Po catello had been abandoned. The New Pure Food nnd Drug Law. We are pleased to announce that Foley's ijoney anil Tar for coughs, nrsl.lc nn,l li.nv t )wt . la ., .. t, , ed by the National pure food and I drug law as It contains no opiates ori other harmful drugs, and we recom-1 mend Ir as a safe remedy for children and adults. Pendleton Drug Co. Miss fettle Allen of Hood River, la the leading out-of-town candidate for queen of Portland's rose show to be held June 1. For rent 640 acres of wheat land 'even miles northeast of Helix and 200 acres of wheat land five miles! northeast of Echo. Enquire this of flee. FOR GOLDS This May Interest You. No one la Immune from Kidney trouble, so Just remember that Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the Irregulari ties and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not yet be yond the reach of medicine. Pendle ton Drug Co. SIS HOPKINS' SAYINGS. Men hunting for health don't "get shot." No matter how honest and careful your grocer may be, he cannot guarantee the quality of his Coffee; the manufacturer must do that. J-AFTOCKBaCT Folger's Golden Gate mm is of uniform strength and quality always satisfactory. Aroma-tigh tins-ISever in bulk. Grind it at home- Not too fine. J. A. Folger ta Co., San Francisco Every Woman , In InterectO'l nnd rlmuM know about tl.ft vnniicrfiil Marvel wJrln vuuene Ask your clrtv.vi.t for It. If hfl BUI llOt fl:;.!)h tho M.UtVKI., seera! no othar, lint end st.mn f r lllos- Ir '. txk rcnlM. It give full p-irMniMru nnd il rertlonninvnlmMo io MARVEL C0..H 4 t . 2 Jd ft.. Sfv V,". t Club Saloon T. Wi MURRETiL, Proprietor. Cor. Court and Cottonwood, PENDLETON OREGON PHONE MAIN 138. The Maze Hanson & Olsen 111 COURT STREET. Olympla Beer on Draught WARM I t NC 11 0 A. M. TO 0 P. M. A nice little place for a quiet lit tle time. THAT'S ALL. PENDLETON, OREGON. Col, Fergy's Place Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Served. Card and Billiard Room in connection. Expert Mixslogists For Gentlemen Only. V -v CWKMSBra. tho M.UtVKI.. amul no VV 4 VLb ,i,W Guernsey Music ...SLore... STILL CONTINUES Talking Machine and Record line always complete Great reduction in sheet music; musical instruments and postal cards. COAL Rock Springs Bridger Vulcan 2,000 Pounds to the Ton. Phone Main 8 OREGON Lumber Yard The Office Alfred Schneiter, Prop. Main Street The place to get a glass of Betz Beer Wines, Liquors and Union Made Cigars Courteous Treatment Pendleton - - Oregon STATE SALOON Ed. R. Strahon, Prop, Fine Wines, LWiuors nnd Cigars. Thoroughly renovated. A gentleman's resort. Hot Free Lunch Served The Brewery Depot SALOON Main Street Paul Hemmclgarn, Prop. Invites all his friends to call for a glass of the beat beer In town. A cool, orderly stopping place for men. Wines, 'Liquors, Cigars and Mixed Drinks. Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules A POSITIVE CURE Knr In Hum mm ion or ('atarTt of the Mi miller and Diseased Kidney. No cure no pan Cures quickly aud Perma nently the worst cases of (ionorrhoea and Gleet, Bp matter of how long stand ing. Absolutely harmless. Hold by druggists. PrM li on, or by mall, postpaid, IKKJ,3boios2.7o. THE SANTAL-PEPSIN if, SILLSaONTAINI, OtHO. Sold by the Pendleton Drug Com pa j CHICHESTER'S PILLS W-,- 'I III: DIAMOND Hit M - "USD IIKANIt I'll. I. m, ir is h nown M Bcst.Svnt, AIwavi Netlil.lt SfiLn BV DRUGGISTS E'f RYWHiTRE MENANDWMEsV JOm Sta J tor aMatataj i flMbarpsjBBmmsiintt. IniUUoM or oi ro- 'Ml.ll.,0 iMMttun. Ki.iiw3.7Sl "mien, ann not n.i i iEVAXICHEMKALCO, cent or pot...o"u. lMHMMTU Old j Dratrm- BV Mnt In Hl.in nTM. S.S. br npreu, prnM, t . 1.00. orlbo.il. . 4 Olrralsr Dally Kaat Oregonlan by nan-if. VTTL l.iiilleat Auk your BhHMHt f"T A .W US.M li.-... r' IHHmi....TTlrii.;A AySUSjJK I i'Ih 1,1 Hid (ret Uol4 nirt.iHcV fl VWl "yvVvt no tltSer. flny of your V I nr iN iuri-t. Ask i. rMii.nrt h only 15 cents per week.