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PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 13, 1008. EIGHT PAGES. BRIEF RECORD OF SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR. THE EAST OREGONIAN AND GET THREE MAGAZINES FREE. COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence NEWS OF MILTON T INTEREST IN SCHOOL J I All VESTING GOES ON ELECTION NEXT THURSDAY Question of New School Building at Mikou and Freewater Meeting at Campus Grounds Being Enjoyed Many Clnanes to the Markets Slling lYult in East. Milton, July 13. Considerable in terest is being taken in the special school election which will be held next Thursday, to vote on the ques tion of bonding the district for bet ter school facilities in both Milton and Freewater. There Is some ob jection to Milton having the big $30, 000 building by the people in the Freewater country. The question will undoubtedly be hard fought It is the Intention that Freewater also be pro Tiled with a new building. The Union church meetings which are being held at the college every few evenings are proving very suc cessful. The grounds are lighted with electricity. Rev. Thomas Parker of the Presbyterian church at Freewa ter. preached to a good crowd last evening. Miss Lulu Craig of Ellensburg. Wash., is visiting with her brother, W. R. Craig and family In the city. Great quantities of cherries have gone to the markets from this section In the past couple of weeks, and the early cherries are about all out now. J. R. Adktns and family recently of Condon have arrived In Milton to make their home. J. N. Stone, manager of the Milton Fruit Growers' union, is east In the Interest of the Union, and he will be away several weeks. He will make the northwestern states and western Canada. PROFIT L LAND. ABOUT PILOT ROCK Most Being Threshed Will Conie Up to General Standard Railroad ComiMny Guarding Agnlust Fires New Barley Being SoUl Many Camping Parties to Mountains. Pilot Rock, July 13. Harvesting the wheat and barley crop In the Pi lot Rock country Is now In full sway. Binders, headers and combined har vesters have been running for some time. A great deal of the grain has been cut for hay, and there will be less to thresh than usual, though a greater part of what is being threshed will come up to the regular standard. The Umatilla Central is taking spe cial precautions in regard to grain fires, along the right of way of the railroad. A man has been added to the train crew to keep watch for all trouble of this kind. Barrels of wa ter are being carried and every pre caution is being taken. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. McManus have been at Hidaway for a short vaca. tion. Sells New Barley. The first new grain sold in Pilot Rock was sold by John Blanchert, consisting of 200 sacks of barley. It was sold to the chop mill at 90 cents per hundred. It is thought that prices will be high enough this season to offset the shortage in the crop. Mark Sturtevant has gone to his former home in North Dakota, where he expects to remain during the sum mer months. A great many camping parties are paslng through dally on their way to the springs for a summer outing. .Man From Portland Finds Land a Good Investment. Freewater, July 13. F. H. White recently of Portland, who purchased a ten acre tract of fult land near here in the spring is making good. From one acre of strawberries from plants one year old the gross pro ceds were 1450. The cost of market ing and picking was $190, leaving Mr. White a net profit of $260 on his 10-acre tract which has an abundance of water, M. White has in addition to 1 Vi acres of sarawberles, Ihi acres of blackberles, one half acres grapes, two acres of prunes, one-half acre of pears and the rest In winter aples. He will realize a good sum this season. Charles Hammltt and his sister. Miss Nellie, have arived here from Chicago to Join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, F. Hammltt, who recently came from Iowa, to settle permanent ly. Raspberries are ripening in this section and they are of excellent qual ity. A number of the people from here went over to spend the day at Meador park yesterday. M. Reynolds has Just purchased 10 acres of land near the Pleasant Val ley school house, the consideration being $1500. An important meeting of the Hud son Bay grange will be held next Sat urday evening. 8tatc of Ohio, City of Toledo, Loess Coun ty. H Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be la senior partner of the firm of P. J. Che ney Co., delng business In the City of Toledo, County and Bute aforesaid, and tbit slid firm will pay tie snm of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every rase of Catarrh that cannot be eared h the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENE1, Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 189. (Seal.) A. W. GLEABON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood and ma tou surfaces of the system. Send for tes timonials free. F. 1. CHF.NET A CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all DrueglsU, 75c. Tske Hall's Family Pills for constipation. To Fete Jack Tars. Honolulu, July 11. Preparations on a scale of magnificence unparal leled in Hawaii have been made for the entertainment of the officrs and tars of Atlantic fleet, which is sched uled to arrive here early next week. Thousands of dollars have already been spent In decorating the city and arranging the various fetes and fes tivals which will be held during the stay of the fleet. A Coogti Remedy that Cores. Hickory Bark Cough Remedy, made by the Hickory Bark Cough Remedy company, of Salem, Ore., guaranteed to cure your cough, or money refunded. Guaranteed to make a friend of you. For sale by all drug gists and first class dealers every where. Pendleton Drug Co. Orange Day Ceebration. Belfast, Ireland, July 11. A three- day celebration of Orangemen's Day, which falls on Sunday, was com menced In Belfast today. It is esti mated that 100,000 Orangemen are participating In the merrymaking. Extra police are on duty and troops are held In waiting at their barracks but no serious trouble is anticipated. BASEBALL NOTES. The Pittsburg climate must agree with Roy Thomas. Since leaving Philadelphia Roy has shown most beautiful baseball. And while figuring up the National league race don't overlook the New York Giants. The Torkers have been going great the past month. Manager Murray of the Philadel phia nationals is having more trouble than a Judge at a baby show in trying to keep his "Quakers" awake. "Slugger" Johnson of the Portland, Ore., team Is a real hitter. A home run, a three-bagger and two two-base hits In a recent game show that Johnson knows how to pick out a good bat. Major league scouts are getting fussy. A majority of the scouters say they haven't seen a minor leaguer this season worth a try-out with the big fellows. Just when Manager Chance had everything nicely arranged for his Chicago Cubs to lead the procession all season those horrid Pittsburg Pi rates steped In and spoilt It all. The New York Highlanders have not improved under the management of "Kid" Elberfeld. It is hard to be lieve that a team made up of so many star players could play such poor ball. Several youngsters have been do ing nice work on the diamond this season, but when It comes to the gen uine star performers on the slab be sure to place an X after the names of William Donovan of Detroit and William Dlneen of St. Louis. Manager McGuIre of the Boston Americans says he-Is mighty glad President Navln of Detroit refused to give a nickel for "Old Cy" Young. "Suppose Navln had flashed the coin." says Jim, "and in a fit of reck less abandon I had taken him on. O cracky!" Boston has another Tom McCarthy. The original Tom was a star fielder, while the present Thomas is a pitch er who has made good with the Bos ton Nationals. GIOVANNI DA ROOT Da poora Cubba yella and rave She Jump an' pull her Marcely wave, Cos da badda Pirate won't behave. Ain't it awfeel Mabely? Da Yank he play lika da stiff He driva mos' nut' ol' man Griff So Clarka he quit so qulcka as Jiff. Ain't It awfeel Mabely? Da Whlta Sock leada da top An' den, O my! she falla da drop So fas' she now no can stop. Ain't tt awfeel Mabely? Da Cardinal, da Dodge, da Wash, alia t ree Such harda luck, O, hulla gee! Play masa ball, but notta for me. Ain't It awfeel Mabely? Sentenced to Hang. For killing David Bergman month ago at Dawson, Y. T., Ned Elfore has been sentenced to be hanged October 6. He was arrested after a hard chase several weeks ago and speedily brought to trial. The Jury required only 10 minutes to reach Its verdict. Kennedys Laxative cough syrup acts gently upon the bowels and there by drives the cold out of the system. Sold by Tall man at Co. i . x0m mmq&m fi Jmmmfxi mmmMmm mmmmm - Spil S All Three of These National Magazines Given Absolutely Free with the Semi-Weekly or Daily East Oregonian. i '""?rr"n Read the following offers, make your choice and send in your name at once, as these offers are good for a limited time only. Offer No. 1. Daily East Oregonian, by mail, 6 months $2.50 Spare Moments, monthly, 1 year . . ,50 The Mother's Magazine, monthly, l year . ,50 Dressmaking at Home, monthly, 1 year . 1,00 $40 All for $2.50, Paid in Advance. Offer No. 2. Semi-Weekly East Oregonian, 1 year Spare Moments, monthly, 1 year The Mother's Magazine, monthly, 1 year Dressmaking at Home, monthly, 1 year . $3.50 All for $1.50, Paid in Advance. $1.50 .50 . .50 1.00 Vacant Land Vanishing. The annual report of the United States land office In the Yakima dis trict shows that In Yakima county the area of vacant public land is now reduced to 129,072 acres', a large part of which is situated In the reserva tion, says a report. The area of un allotted land In Kittitas county is 150,000 acres; In Benton county there is but 27,062 acres unallotted and In Douglas county, 15,003. During the year which closed June SO 478 home steads were taken up and these, to gether with desert land claims, ac count for 120,000 acres entered upon during the year. Rook of Oregon Poenu Oat. "The Song of the Oregon Pine," a little book of original verse by Bert t Huffman la now out and Is on sale at 'the Frazter book store. Price 60 cents. Printed on fine paper and highly Illustrated. A sure cure, one you can depend upon. Hickory Bark Cough Renters'. A sure cure, nd It's pure! Use It for all lung trouble, coughs, colds, hoarse ness and sore throat For sale by any druggist and first class dealers everywhere. Pendleton Drug Co. It Can't Be Beat. The best of all teachers Is expert' ence. C. M. Harden, of Silver City, j North Carolina, says: "I find Elec tric Bitters does all that Is claimed for It. For Stomach, Liver and Kid nej troubles It can't be beat. I have tried it and find it a most excellent j medicine." Mr. Harden Is right; It's the best of all medicines for . weakness, lame back, and all 'runj down conditions. Best too, for chills and malaria. Sold under guarantee at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. 50c. tack Confesses Burglary. Robert Stack of Chehalls, Wash., has been arrested, charged with bur glary at the J. R. Rush saloon, In the St. Henels hotel and stealing $75 and some Jewelery. When arrested Stack stoutly denied his guilt, but after Rueh had had a heart to heart talk with "him, he confessed the crime and returned most of the plunder. ELECTROLYSIS means the decomposition of a substance by means of a contin ual current of electricity passing through it. This treatment for the removal of superfluous hair Is no longer an experiment. It Is endorsed by physicians. I invito ladlC3 who crc troubl ed with superfluous hair to call or write me for full particulars regarding the treatment. All work guaranteed. MADAME LE RAE Room 8, Schmidt Building. Hours 9 to 5 Dally. Ladies Only. 'Phone Main 512 Just Exactly Right. "I have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for several years, and find them Just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. Fclton, of Harrlsvllle, N. Y. New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort. Best remedy for consti pation, biliousness and malaria. 25c, at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. Hair Dressing Parlor Opened. Mrs. Dell La Rone has opened hair dressing parlors in room 5, Smith Crawford building. Shampooing, SI; massaging, SI; manicuring, 60c. Use DeWltt's Little Early Risers, pleasant little pills that are easy to take. Sold by Tallman & Co. Prince John's Birthday. London. July 11. Regal observ ances tomorrow will mark the third birthday of Prince John Charles Fran els, youngest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Is es pecially good for piles. Recommend ed and sold by Tallman Co. COMPANY TO CONCEDE THIS. In each and every case where Sex lne Pills do not bring back strength and steady nerves Jo any man or wo man who has used six boxes, the com pany will either give without addi tional coat six boxes more for more prolonged treatment, or will refund your 15. The company has been do ing this for years and still does so, without quibble or red tape. Besides, they, do not want you to hesitate to send In your claim if nectary. The Pendleton Drug Co. endorses erery word of this. This Is the store that sells all the principal remedies and does not substitute. Pastime Parlors COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. MOLITOR & O'DANIEL, Props. A quiet game, orderly place for a game of Pool, Billiards or Bowling SHOOTING GALLERY. Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery and Soft Drinks. Best Tables in the city. Out Specialty is thelFamily.Trade We are fully prepared to fur nish you the best of lard, sau sages and fresh, Smoked 'or cured meats and fish each day. t Central Meat, ' Market Carney A Tweedy, Telephone Main 82. 'Phone Main 515. THORNTON .MUSIC CO SIS Main Street HIGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGANS Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk ing Machines, Records, Cabinets and Musical Merchandise. FOUR TRAINS TO THE EAST. NORTH COAST LIMITED TWIN CITY EXPRESS EASTERN EXPRESS NORTHERN PACIFIC - BURLINGTON EXPRESS Northern Pacific Railway Visit Yellowstone National Park Stopovers allowed on all tickets to enable trip being taken through Park. (0) ROUND TRIP TOURIST RATES To all points In the middle and eastern states. Apply to any ticket agent Northern Pacific Railway and have fares quoted, routes explained, and berth reservations made, or call on or write S. B. CALDERILEAD, Gcnl. Agt, Walla Walla, Wn. A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A. W. ADAMS, Agent Pendleton, Ore. Portland. Oregon. Pendleton's Passenger Time Card Arriving Pendleton 0 R. & N. Leaving Pendleton Portland Passenger . . 4:10 p. m. Chicago-Portland Special 4 :40 p. m. Portland-Chicago Express 2 :55 a, m. Portland Passenger .... 8:00 a. m. Chicago-Portland Special . 12:25 p. m. Portland-Chicago Express . . . .' 1 :05 a. m. O. R. & N. WASHINGTON DIVISION Spokane Passenger .... 4:30 p. m. Walla Walla Passenger ' 10:50 a. m. Spokane Passenger .... . 12:30 p.. m. Walla Walla Passenger 4:50 p. m. NORTHERN PACIFIC Pasco Passenger 11:30 a. ra. and 2:00 p. m. Pasco Passenger. 4:30 p. m. UMATILLA CENTRAL Pilot Hock Passenger . . . 3:15 p. m. Pilot Rock Passenger . . . . 8:45 a. m. n i I i ?