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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1008. PAGE THREE. Don't Heat the Kitchen All the necessity famflr cooking mr be done as well on New Perfection VJct, Blue Flame Oil Qxk-Stove as on the best coal or wood range. By using: the "New Perfec tion" Oil Stove, the annoyance of an overheated and stuffy kitchen is entirely avoided, even In midsummer. The construc tion of the MV PERFECIION Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove b such that the heat is thrown directly upward against the kettle or pan upon the stove top, without affecting: the atmosphere of the room to an appreciable degree. You can at once see the advantage of this stove over a weat rang-e wmcn tnrows beat to all directions it is the ideal summer stove. If your dealer does not have the "New Perfection" write our nearest ag-ency. and vtrv h in dmi ibc im r u iuM.nn.tt. made of brut flndr nickelcl and vtrv htnAsm . (ihrrm powerful Uahi and bums for houn with one fining. Pnm die, convenient Just wfcat every home needs. If Dot with your dealer, write our nearest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (laearporalcd) ARE YOU BUNCOED on your Sewing Machine 9 There la one sure way of get Ing what you pay for buy from a reliable house that has a reputation for honesty and la here to stay. Anybody can make extrava gant claims for their machines, but they do not remain to make good their claims. Let us show you a Standard or White Sewing Machines We prove what we promise. Jesse Failing 1 Churches Presbyterian Church. Corner Alia and College, W. L. Van Nuys, pastor. Preaching services, 11 u. m. and 8 p. m. The theme of the day will be "How Men May Realize the Face of the Present Work and Influence of Jesus." In the morn ing, "Through the Bible." At the evening service, "In Ilia Service." Spe cial music, morning, "A Hymn of the Momeland," Sullivan. Evening, "Come Unto Me," Couldry. Bible school meets at 10 a. m. Young People's devotional meeting at 7 p. m. Ill EXPEMMEIII 1 WITH W1N0BREAKS GOVICKN.MKNT WIMj TEST VALUE OF SHELTER Church of the Kedi-einer. There will be a celebration of the holy communion at 7:30 a. m. Sun day school at 10 a. m. Divine serv ice with sermon at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. All are cordially Invited. Charles Quinney, rector. Cut Out and'Brlng In This Ad It will buy you a drink of "TRICKLE" The Jagless Joy Juice at the Pendleton DRUG G0f.lPANY Large Quantity of the Famous Rock Spring Now on Hand The coal that produces heat and not dirt. , Also fine lot of good dry wood. Dutch Henry Office, Pendleton Ice ft Cold Storage Company. 'Phone Main 178. GASOLINE ENGINE IRRIGATION, SPRAYING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engines for pumping, spraying, sawing, grinding. Outfits complete. Fairbanks Scales for weighing. Falrbanka-Morae Dynamos and Motors for power and light Fairbanks-Morse Windmills and Towers. Fairbanks-Morse Grinder, Feed Chopper, Well Pumps. AH first quality goods at lowest prices. Prompt reply to Inquiries anj quick shipments. Write for cata logue and prices. NEAOLE BROS., AGENTS, Pendleton Oitwon. FAIRBANKS, MORSE ft CO. Portland. Oregon. , , MctlMxllKt Church. First M. E. church, corner Webb and Johnson strets, W. T. Euster, pastor; residence next door to church. Subject for Sabbath morning, "The Program of the Ages and the Futility of Rebelling Against It." In the evening the third in the series of stereopticon sermons will be given entitled "From the City of the Jews to the City Set as a Pearl in Emer ald." Special music for morning service, and Mr. Isaacs will render a mandolin solo at offertory in the eve ning. Last quarterly conference will be held Tuesday night, July 7. Re ports In writing are expected from the president of the Ladies'. Aid so ciety, president board of trustees, E. L. president, S. S. superintendent and treasurer and district steward and president Brotherhood St. Paul. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Sunday; Epvvorth League 7 p. m. Sunday, Conference year closes September 1. Immersion service at bridge west of hospital Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock June 28. Corn Will Re Given First Trial and Later Other Grains Will Do Taken I'p to Sec If Windbreaks Aid in Making I-arge Crops - Fourteen Western Suite Will He Covered. Uncle Sam's tree-planting and farm experts have Just undertaken a prac tical and scientific study of the use and effect of timber windbreaks and shelterbelts In the agricultural re gions of 14 western states. This is the first time Jn this country that a study of this much discussed question has been undertaken over a wide re gion under one plan, for the purpose of collecting data for the benefit of the agriculturists who are developing the western plains. At present wind breaks are planted haphazard, one kind here, another there. If one kind Is better than another, the govern ment experts think that fact ought to be known, and it is believed that the study about to be undertaken will set tle the question once for all. It will at least collect such facts never be fore brought together. Te work will be done by the Uni ted States forest service. In some states the agricultural experiment J stations, will cooperate Jn the Btudies, and In these cases the forest service will provide the necessary apparatus, and the other expenses will be shared half' and half by the government and experiment stations. The . Investiga tions will be taken up In five states this year and extended to the other nine as rapidly as the Investigations are completed. Four of the states In which the study will be made this year are Nebraska, Colorado, Okla homa find Kansas. The fifth will be either Minnesota, North Dakota or Iowa. Ultimately the Investigations will cover Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, New Mexico. Utah, California, Washing ton and Idaho. Prevent Hot Wind Damagi'. The sudden ruin that hot winds some times bring to growing crops In parts of the west are well known. Blowing strongly across the unob structefl plains, these winds may In a few days blast all hope of even a partial harvest. This Is particularly true In the lower portion of the cen tral plains region, and In years of unusually low rainfall. Here the winds most to be feared are from the southwest or south. In the north ern prairie region the farmer Is ex posed to the hot "Chinook" wind, which sweeps down from the Cana dian mountains. out growing crops, or If It Our Special Inducement For you to dress well on the Fourth of July and during your Summer Vacation. We will put on sale commencing Wednesday June 1 7, our entire Spring and Summer line of Stein-Blocn Smart Clothing at 25 per cent (1-4) off this grand offer will last until July 5th 1908. The man of 1 7, the man of 30, the man of 50 All have different viewsAll are reflected in their Clothes tastes and in Stein-Bloch Clothing .. We can please you oil at a sacrifice of 25 per cent while this sale lasts See Big Window Display Alexander Dep't. Store Store Closed all day Fourth of July The IHE33ftrl of conditions. Including the relative , i value of windbreaks, consisting of a single row of trees, and shelterbelts, made up of a number of such rows. A windbreak la usually planted for protection and the growing of tim ber. Stint of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Conn tv, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che ney ft Co, doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State uorcsBld, ind that ssld firm will pay the sum of OSK iirXDKKD DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured br the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENETl, Sworn to before me and subscribed In my preaence, this Oth day of December, A. D., 1880. (Seal.) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internully. Slid arts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for tes timonials free. V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold bv nil DruKKlsts, 75c Take Hall's Family l'Uls for constipation. DON'T FORGET That our stock of Harvest Sup plies is the largest and most complete in this city. We have at all times. Good book case and writing desk, combined, for sale cheap at 10!) Jack son street. 'Phone red 3031. Apply soon. PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. If you suffer from bleeding, Itching, blind or protruding Piles, send me vour address, and I will tell vou how This either dries j to cure y0Urself at home by the new Preva"si adsorption treatment; and will also Clu-Wtian Science. Congregational churteh, corner of Webb and Johnson street Church service at 11 a. m. Subject of lesson sermon, "Christian Science." Sunday school at 18 a. m. Wednesday meet ing ai p. m. Heading room same place from 2 to 4 p. m. Hundreds of people who suffer from backache, rheumatism, lame back, lumbago and similar ailments are not aware that these are merely symptoms of kidney trouble. Pin eules for the kidneys act directly on the kidneys, bringing quick relief to backache and other symptoms of kid ney and bladder derangements. 30 days' trial $1 and guaranteed or mon ey back. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Brog. Liquors at Coat. My entire line of wines, liquors and cigars must be disposed of by July 1. To do so, everything will be sold at actual cost, nothing reserved. Now Is the time to secure absolutely pure goods cheap. The Hint, J. P. Med ernach, prop. Plneules for the Kidneys, 80 days' trial $1, guaranteed. Ptneulea act di rectly on the Kidneys and bring relief before the danger of killing frosts Is past, causes loss through urging vege tation forward prematurely Cold winter winds also d great injury to crops, make the climate more severe assured for stock and men, and interfere with an even covering of snow upon the ground. This is true from Canada almost to the Gulf. In southern Cullfornla, dry winds from the north and northeast sweep down from the Mohave desert with : destructive results. Coming In June. these winds may reduce the wheat j yield of unprotected fields to almost! nothing. Windbreaks of eucalyptus and Monterey cypress, now In such common use to protect orange groves! and orchards, long ago convinced pos- j sessors of highly valuable Irrigated j land of the value of tree-planting fori protection purposes. j Two Sides to Question. . But there are two sides to the windbreak question. Some prairie farmers declare positively that belts of osage orange, for Instance, are a "nuisance." Others cite figures to show positive benefit. Mr. Morris Thompson, who lives near Downs, Kansas, gives his yield of corn from a field protected on Hie south by a row of tall cottonwoods as six bush els per acre more than in places where there Is no protection. About 15 acres are benefited In this way. It is highly tmprobable that the wind break occupies sufficient land to off set this benefit. An 'Illinois farmer sums up his observations upon this matter thus My experience Is that now, In cold and stormy winters, wheat protected by timber belts yield full crops, while fields not protected yield only one third of a crop. Twenty-five or thir ty years ago we never had any wheat killed by winter frosts, and every year a full crop of peaches, which is now rare. At that time we had plenty of timber around our fields and orchards now cleared away." Forest Service to Investigate. The forest service proposes to find out Just when and how much wind breaks Increase the yield of crops. To carry out the plans, much technical work will be necessary. Instruments will be used to measure heat and cold, moisture und dryness, both above and below ground; to register the force of the wind near the windbreaks and send some of this home treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality If requested. Im mediate relief and permanent cure i Send no money, but till ethers of this offer. Write teday to Mrs. M. Summers, Box P. Notre Dame, Ind. Chain Belt Leather Belt Hard Oil Canvas Babbitt Metal Sheet Iron Oil Cups Rope Rivets ETC. ETC. Machine Oils Water Bags Oil Cans Butt Chains Axle Crease Tents Pipe Ranges Craniteware ETC. Bring Your Want List to Us W. J. Clarke & Co. Phone Main 2 1 21 1-213 E. Court St. FAR i I Wit THE GLORIOUS FOUR I In the first dose to backache, weak80mp dlstance aw-; to measure light back, rheumatic pains, kidney and bladder trouble. They purify the blood and Invigorate the entire sys tem. Sold by A. C. Koeppen ft Bros. Hook of Oregon Teems Ont. "The Song of the Oregon Pine," a little book of original verse by Bert Huffman Is now out and is on sale at the Frailer book store. Price SO cents. Printed on fine paper and highly Illustrated. Operation for Piles will not be ne cessary if you use ManZan Pile Rem edy, guaranteed. Price (0 cents. Sold by A. C. Koeppen ft Bros, Wanted, at Once.' Good clean raga; market price paid. Eaat Oreranian office. Intensity, and take note of the effects of shade; to register frost at differ ent distances from the trees; and to keep account of the effect of the windbreaks on the snow which covers the ground to leward In winter. Many other measurements and tests will be made,. and elaborate data will be col lected by experts who will have charge of the study. Much disputed, questions will thus be settled and the data gathered will be placed at the disposal of the farm ers who desire It. Doubtless rows of trees between fields sometimes do more harm than good, by casting shade and abstracting water from the soil. Trees may also Increase the danger from frost, since the move ment of the air lessens that danger. The frost service will study all sorts Your Fourth of July Needs at a Saving We are now passing through the most prosperous period in our history, undoubtedly due to the simple but effective method of supplying just the merchandise wanted, at just the price one wants to pay for it. The Only Difference between our clothing and the high-class merchant tail ors' is the PRICE. Ours are made especially for us by America's foremost tailors whose designs are the best in the world. Every garment has back of It our guarantee absolute satisfaction. Men's Shirts for Less We carry only the very best styles in plains and pleated, dots, stripes and figures, plain white pleated shirts, at tached or detached cuffs all sizes also work Bhlrts at your own "price. Hosiery for Yon Men's and Boys' hosiery In plain and fancy, silks, plaids, stripes, dots, plain black and tan, to fit you at a surpris ingly low' price. Neckwear for Men Who Care The prettiest line to be found anywhere. We are fore most In neckwear for "the man who cares." Shoes for Everybody and that fit the foot. Oxfords, black and tan, dress shoes, patents, and every kind of a work shoe. Underwear We carry only the best makes. Nicely finished, light weight, unshrinkable underwear, all-colors. We can save you money on the underwear. Mkm he Mi mm - nnl i 'f kg l f 'Mm I Jsm nngmens Cloiliio g Co. Old Hunt's Depot. Cor. Main and Webb Where You Get the Best Goods for the Least Money Sts. 3 SI'