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DAILY EAST OREGOTOAX, PEHDUST02C, 03X009. SATURDAY, JUNE 97, 1908. IF PAGB UIVE5. IP YOU'RE IN SUSPENSE and undecided aa to where to send your vehicle (or repair, allow ui to suggest that this shop offers Induce ments (or good work promptly done, and that little money settle the bill (or.. Carriage repairing. Get your buggy painted (or spring. We havt an expert painter who will do good work reasonably. Old rigs made as good as new. See us (or Gasoline Engines, Hacks, Winona Wagons and Buggies. NEAGLE BROS. Get the Best Good Dry Wood and the BEST KIND Or COAL. PROMPT DELIVERY. J W. C. MINNIS Leave orders at HENNING'S CIGAR STORE Opposite Peoples Warehouse 'PHONE MAIN DON T PAY TO DRINK Let Us Make Your Home LOOK new by repaperlng the old walls (rom our new line of beautiful Wall Paper We carry the largest and most complete line In the country. Prices reasonable. E. J. Murphy Roady-to-nse Paint. w RATES EAST WILL BE MADE BY THE (ID.IL&H. THIS SEASON AS FOLLOWS: ROUND TRIP DIRECT - - $72.50 67.50 TO . Chicago St. Louis -St Paul Omaha -KansasfCity 63.15 60.00 60.00 TICKETS WILL BB ON BALE May 4. 18 June 5. 6. 19. 20 July 6. 7. 22. 23 August 6. 7. 21. 22 Oood (or return In 0 daye with atop-4 . I over privileges at pleasure wiu limits. Don't Forget fho Dales For any further laforsnatieo call a F. J. QUINLAN, Local AffeM Or write to WM. McMVRRAY Oaaeral Fbsmocw Aen PORTLAND, OIUWOH ECONOMIC REASON BACK of PROinranoN Aiqricton's Magazine Show Tliat Em ployors Forbid Drinking of Intoxl cams Ruhiumo It lay Total Ab- stalncin Accuiiiiilute Money FttHtcr Tim n Drinkers. Economic conditions or, In com mon parlance, "It doesn't pay,"ls the great underlying factor in tho antl drlnk movement in tho United States, according to the forth-coming num ber of Applcton's magazine, which has taken up an cxhauHtlve study of reanons for the suppression of the li quor traffic in states and smaller communities all over the country. According to the results disclosed by this Investigation, tho movement Is neither moral nor religious but finds its impetus in the discovery of an Increasing number of men that they can succeed better If they "cut out" drink and in the action of em ployers similar to that recently taken by the II. C. Frlck company, In Pitta- burg, In Issuing orders against drink ing among their workmen, purely from consideration of labor effi ciency. . Elaborate statistics gathered by Aiiileton's from government sources, the inside records of life Insurance companies and from investigations conducted among various professions and lines of business, show that the consumption of alcohol is being re duced in this country, particularly among the higher and more Intelli gent classes, not because of any great er moral scruples against drink, but because men are coming to the opin ion that they can accomplish more work, can make more money, if they drink alcohol sparingly or not at all. As an Illustration of this Is cited the decrease in the per capita con sumption of proof spirits from two and one half gallons In 1840 to less than one gallon at present, while the consumption of malt liquors, contain ing relatively little alcohol, has in creased to the astonishing amount of 21 gallons a year for each person. In other words, hard drinking l being given up by more and more men, not because it Is drinking but because it Is a matter of dollars and cents to them. The results of an actuarial inquiry in Great Britain are given to show that the elimination of the excessive consumption of alcohol In that coun try would Increase Its labor output by more than $2,000,000,000 a year, DO YOU GET UP WITH A lVAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everylxxly who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by ur. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kid- II ney, liver and blad--i - i.. Ti It is the ereat med- Ileal triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered af teryears by Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, and is wonderfully mccessful in promptly curing lame back, uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and Dright's Disease, which is the worst (orm of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec smmemled for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work and in private practice, and has A so successful in every case that a tqjecial arrangement has been made by wlncll an readers m um mKi , nuu ui not already tried it, may have a sample (K.tile sent free bv mail, also a book tell ing more about Swamp-Root, and how to Snd out if you have kidney or bladder trou ble. When writing mention ichuih hub generous offer in this paper and send your iddress to Dr. Kilmer ft Kr Cn . HimhamtOM. M V Th regular fiftv-cent and one- dollar size bottles are Horn of Swmp-Root. old by all good druggists. Don't make ny mistake, but remeiiwer me name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. STORY OF A FAMOUS HORSEBACK RIDE When we come to talking about modern endurance races for sport or for pelf the present riders can scarce !y hold a candle to F. 7f. Aubrey, who used to do some great stunts on the roof of a broncho, says the Denver Field and Farm. In 1850 he made a bet that he could cover the distance from Santa Fe, N. M., to Independence, Mo., over the old trail, -In eight days. It was 765 miles between the two points as the freight caravans traveled It, and by that route, on a wager of $1000, Au brey was td ride He succeeded in winning, making his destination the Jones house In In dependence, three hours before the expiration of his time. During this, his first ride, he killed a number of horses, the death of one when within 25 miles of Council Grove, compelled him to walk to that place, .carrying his saddle on his back, where he ob while a similar study of statistics in I talned another animal and continued the United States indicates an In creased productivity (or the abstain ing man as compared with the user o( large quantities of alcoholic stim ulants of nearly BO per cent. That Is, other things being equal, the man who "cuts out" the alcohol may reasonably expect when he dies to be worth twice as much as the heavy drinker. ' ' Another Inquiry among more than 6000 employers showed that 31 out of 32 classified sets of replies gave reasons for forbidding or discourag ing the use of alcohol among their employes on economic grounds a better quality of work, fewer acci dents, and so on. As a result of these figures the conclusion Is drawn that the reason for the present anti-drink move ment, as contrasted to former prohi bition waves or temperance crusades, depends upon the answer to the great American question, "Does it pay?" No Humbug. No humbug claims have to be made for Foley's Honey and Tar, the well known remedy for coughs, colds and lung troubles. The fact that more bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar ara used than any other cough remed Is the best testimonial of Its great merit. Why then risk taking some unknown preparation when Foley Honey and Tar costs you no mors and is safe and sure. Pendleton Drug Co. Hotel St. George. L. H. Thomas, Portland; Levi Ankeny, Walla Walla: W. C. Cow- gill, Portland; Leo W. Allensteln, Walla Walla; David LAVinaer, wes ton; Edwin Knowles, Portland; Mrs. O. L. Price, FOrtiana; J. r. rinir, St. Taul; J. B. Russell, St. Louis; T. J. Long, Portland; B. F. Wellington, San Francisco; J. B. Davis, Los An geles; F. J. West, Portland; W. D. McCully, Joseph; R. u. Btanneia, Kcho; E. F. Magoon, Portland; C. L. McHenry, Lansing, Mish.; W. R. Stanley and wife, Butte, Mont.; Merel U. Chessman, Eugene; John . Kert- ly, Eugene. Mrs. S. L. Bowen of Wayne, W. Va., writes: "I was a sufferer from Kia- ney dsease, so that at times I could not stand straight. I took Foley' Kidney Remedy. One dollar bottle and part of the second cured me en tirely." Foley's Kidney Remedy works wonders where others are a total failure. Pendleton Drug Co. Election In Panama, p.inama June 27. Munlolpal elec tions will be held in Panama tomor row, preceding the election for presi dential electors, which will be neid on July 12. Over a thousand additional United States marines have been land ed and will be stationed at the various polling precincts tomorrow to prevent frauds and preserve the peace. The campaign closing today has been 'an exciting one and trouble Is feared, but It is thought that the marines will be able to quelf any widespread outbreak. Consumptives Made Oomfotrable. Foley' Honey and Tar ha cured many eaaea of Incipient consumption and even In the advanced stages af ford comfort and rellet Refuse any but the genuine Foley Honey ana Tar. Pendleton Dro Co. his wonderful ride. This feat of Aubrey's was regarded as the greatest ride ever made by any one In ancient or modern times and he became the hero of the Incipient border town, Independence, where he was feted and made the lion of the Cay. His fame spread throughout the entire west. Including California, where he was well known. Although people marveled much at the wonderful endurance of the man and the remarkable time In which he had made the trip, still Aubrey him self was not satisfied with It. He de termined to break that record, and the following season made another wager of $5000 In gold that he would do it. He accomplished his record breaklng dash across the great plains In the marvelous time of only five days and 13 hours. His objective point was the same hotel to which he had ridden on his former trip. On this one, when he readied that hostllery he was perfect ly exhausted, and In a fainting condi tion, his horse quivering from head to foot and white with foam. Aubrey was lifted from the back of the animal by his friends and car ried Into his room In the house, where he lay In a complete stupor for two days. Six horses, which, previous to starting from Santa Fe, had been sta tioned at distances varying from 25 to 50 miles along the route, fell dead under him, so terribly fast had he forced them on. He possessed a beautiful mare, Nel lie, a favorite animal, noted for her speed and endurance, but she expired at the end of the first 150 miles. They had no humane society In those days to hobble a horse or blanket the en thusiasm of a rider. On his last great trip he rode day and night, stopping only long enough to leap from one tired animal to a fresh one. He ntftde more than 200 miles every 24 hours, and all the sleep he took aggregated but three hours during the entire five days. This ride eclipsed that famous one recorded In the old English legends of the outlaw, Dick Turpln, from Lon don to York. Aubrey was a .Scotch Canadian by birth and emigrated di rect from Quebec to the remote west. He was a man of education appar ently, for he was the author of two or three meritorious articles on a Jour ney and sojourn In California, publish ed In one of tho early magazines of tho country, about the time of the dis covery of gold on the Pacflc coast. W. R. Ward of Dyersburg, Tenn., writes: "This is to certify that I have used Foley's Orlno Laxative for chronlo constipation and It ha proven without a doubt to be a -thorough, practical remedy for this trouble, and It It with pleasure I offer my con scientious reference." Pendleton Drug Co. YOU CANT BB DOWNHEARTED. That Is, you ' can't while you are taking Sexlne Pill. They aispei me desnondsney and by their fine tonic aoUon replace that worn out, "all-in" condition with buoyancy, vigor and coed cheer. Price. $1 a box, six hTM tl. fullr sniaranteed on the money-back plan. Addrea er call the Pendleton Drug Co. This I the BINGHAM WARM SPRINGS NOW WENAHA SPRINGS This famous old Blue Mountain Resort, will be open June 1 5th, for the season of 1 908, under the manage ment of J. A. BOR1E, the new owner. Roads, bridges, buildings and equipment repaired and renewed. Hotel and dining-room service, will be a special feature, being under the care of the best steward and chef obtainable. For further particulars, write to WE-NA-HA SPRINGS J. A. BOR.IE Prop. GIBBON POST OFFICE UMATILLA COUNTY ORE. I Rmiquct for Fitzmaurice. Maurice Fitzmaurice, the humorist Irish. lecturer Is starting a newspaper In Pomeroy, Wash. Fitzmaurice Is a dead beat of the first water. He pur chased a typewriter from us but fall ed to come' through. He had his teeth fixed by a dentist in Pendleton and after the dentist had finished the work he stepped to the door and told him he would see him In a day or two the day has not yet arrived. He had some printing done at Milton and at last accounts had not paid for that. The people of Pomeroy had better watch him and not give him much liberty. Echo Register. You Should Know This. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trou ble that is not beyend the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more, Pendleton Drug Co. The permanent fence enclosing the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition is nearing completion and in a short time a small admission fee will be charged to visitors. rupfTgs acts ently yet prompt ly on the bowels, cleanses fhe system ejjectually, assisfs one in overcoming habitual constipation permanently. 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They are pret tier, more sub stantial and far more comporta ble in either , hot or cold weather. See my many beautiful de signs In con crete blocks before you build your home. Contractor and IkfJdsr J i.; a- ; -j a - ".', fe1 stv If ;J 1 r i Yrtisf r D. M. MHY ' Concrete stands unsurpassed for Basements,' Foundations, Walls, Fences and Curbing. It looks better and lasts lonfer than stone. I will furnish you estimates for any class of work on application. Cor. Rail road -amd WCowSts. tor that Mil all the principal rem Read the Beat Oregonlan. edies and doe not substitute.