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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1W8.
EIGHT PAGES. BRIEF RECORD OF SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR. THE EAST OREGONIAN AN1 GET THREE MAGAZINES FREE. COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence OF YIELDS ABOUT TEN WELL KNOWN TLACE BUSHELS LESS T1LX YE.U AGO SELLS AT GOOD PRICE. PAGE SIX. nana advices linrloy Is Yielding Well Lodge Offl cits Lkxnotl for Ensuing Tornn- Quiu-twly Mooting of Methodists To morrow Party Gos to Sainton River. Weston, July 25. The wheat yield about here will run about 10 bushels less to the acre than last year. Fields ordinarily good for 40 to 4 5 bushels are going 30 bushels. However, the hlch rrlce will bring the farmers' profits up to the usual standard. Bar ley is yielding much better than wheat. Much of the barley has been going 75 bushels to the acre and wheat 30 bushels. Nearly all the combines are out now, and next week It will be easier to make an estimate. Messrs. Roberts and Ketrel, two en terprising young men of Walla Walla, are arranging to reopen the White House saloon for the sale of near beer. The place has been thoroughly cleaned and overhauled. Will Price has returned with his family from Mabton, Wash., where they have been living for the past year. They will take up their resi dence here again. Lodge Officers. Eureka assembly No. 24, United Artisans, has elected the following of ficers for the ensuing term: Wm. H. Benefiel, M. A.; Phoebe Gore, Supt.; Agnes Bulflnch, Inspector; Frances C. Wood, secretary; J. H. Price, treasurer; Anna L. Nelson, senior conductor; Jennie N. Turner, M. C; Mary C. Benefiel, Jr. conductor; Nels H. Nelson, field Com.; Mary C. Bene fiel, field Com.; Eleanor N. Warren, Inst.; Wallace Nelson, Warder. G. W. Baker, who has been very ill with Brlght's disease, has gone to Spokane to visit with his daughter there for a time. Quarterly Meeting. The quarterly meeting of the Meth odist church will be held at the M. E. church Sunday morning and evening. J. D. Lewellen, presiding elder, will officiate. Fishing Party. A number of Weston fishermen, under the leadership of J. M. Ash worth, started yesterday for Salmon river, where they will remain for a few weeks. Second Crop Alfalfa Being Cut at This Time Lodge. Members Enjoy Pic nic Yc.crday Grange Meeting Tonight Grain lire From Lightn ing. Freewater, July 25. C. A. Norman has sold the old Groth place to F. M. Black for $6700, or 1670 per acre for 10 acres. This place has been sold a few times of late, and at a consiaeraote increase each time. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Couch, July 18. a son, and to Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk of Vincent, July 21, a son. Miss Grace Birdsell has been very 111 for a few days with typhoid fever. The second crop of alfalfa is "being cut in the country about here. It is not as heavy as the first on account of the dry weather. A large number of members of the Lady Maccabee lodge of Walla Walla, Freewater and Milton went to the Tum-a-lum grange hall Thursday for a picnic and they spent a most de lightful day. Grange Meeting Tonight. An Important meeting of the Vin cent grange will be held at the hall tonight, which promises to be attend ed by farmers from all about here, as there will be officials present to discuss matters of great interest to the ranchers. Grain Fire, During an electric storm Thursday the wheat field belonging to Morris Wood was ignited by lightning. The entire field of 300 acres was burned and 160 acres adjoining which be longed to Wait Preston. The Woods land Is known as the old Griffin farm. Mr. Woods says had it not been for the heavy rain, his farm I buildings would have burned. Some of the neighbors saw the forged light ning when It struck. A ReveUiton. It is a revelation to people, the se vere cases of lung trouble that have been cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs. L. H. Ruggles, Reasnor, Iowa, writes: The doctors said I had consumption, and I got no better until I took Foley's Honey and Tar. It stopped the hem- orhages and pain in my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullet, Pendleton Drug Co. War Against Cooaamption. All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption, the "white plague" that claims so many victims each year. Foley's ejghx HAZERS WERE xionej aim ir curw cuu. uiu wu SENT TO THEIR HOMES. penectiy ana you are in no aangvr oi consumption. Do not risk your health hy'taklng some unknown preparation when . Foley's Honey and Tar Is sale and certain in results. Pendleton Drug Co. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given to all whom It may conern that the partnership of George R. DeMott & Co., of Pendle ton, Oregon, has been dissolved by mu tual consent; that Will Ingram re tires from the firm and that all of his Interest has been sold, assigned and transferred to Mary H. DeMott and the business will be carried on hereafter under the same name of George R. DeMott tt Co. Dated this ISth day of July A. D., 1908. GEORGE R. DEMOTT, WTLL INGRAM. Church That man is an end-seat hog, all right Gotham How do you know? Church Because he tried to get the end seat away from me." Ton kers Statesman. The Cause of Many Cadets Force Plebes to Put Ant to Their Hats. West Point, N. Y.. July 25. Eight cadets in the United States military academy here have been sent to their homes as a result of hazing members of the fourth class. They were Wll Ham T. Russell, appointed at large, and Harry G. Weaver Illinois, mem bers of the first class, and Byron O. Jones, New- York; George W. Chase New York; William M. Prude, Ala bama; Isaac Spaulding, Oklahoma William Moltke, Virginia, and James A. Gillespie, of Pennsylvania, mem bers of the third class. Tonight It was learned that hazing at the academy had been going on during the past three months. Never, it can be said, was evidence of haz ing so carefully and skillfully con cealed. Even the cadet officers were kept out of the secret, while as for the plebes, as the fourth classmen are called, all took the hazing un complalningly. The form which the hazing took contested of a requirement that the plebes "fall in" at the first tap of the warning drum instead of waiting the usual five minutes to the final Ti v-.i. ft tZS N?V ST. call. The nunishment for failure to Sudden Deaths (comply ls "ald to have taken a unique rorm, embodied In an order to the offender in substance as follows: "Uo out into O company street and pick up 100 nice fat ants, put them in your cap and In half an hour come back, count them, and if any are jtbsent, report accordingly. If all are present or accounted for, put them In pour locker until further or ders." The poor plebe thereupon repaired to the company street and for the next half hour or so was the busiest man in his part of the camp. When he had finally corraled the nec essary number of ants, he went back Then the plebe count- There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep IZilll II lJW l.ive- Manjrauddea ' deaths are caused by it heart dis- ; case, pneumonia, ! heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease. II kidney trouble is ...!.. ,i the kidney-poison- ed blood ill nt. tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys thtmselves break down and waste au.au rell t, Bladder troubles almost alwava .,,! and reported from a derangement of the kidneys and e1 tnem and' 1 a" tne a"ts were a cure is obtained quickest by a proper I Pre9nt or accounted for," he was treatment of the kidneys. If vou are feei- I told to place them In his locker for On the other hand, ing badly you can make no mistake by safe keeping. taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, ths great kiuney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swainp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is told bv all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle ef this wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writiag tnentkm reading this generous offer tn this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. if an ant was absent, he would prob ably be ordered out to capture an other fifty as an additional punishment. Drowned at Lew Is ton, Idaho. Clement Wadsworth, an employe of the Evening Teller at Lewlston, Idaho, was drowned In the Clearwater river Wednesday. He went In swimming with several others, and Is believed to have been taken with heart fail ure, as his heart has been troubling mm for some time. j "" "-' 111,11 1 1 1 All Three of These National Magazines Given Absolutely Free with the Semi-Weekly or Daily East Oregonian. 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 'Spare Moments, monthly, 1 year The Mother's Magazine, monthly, 1 year Dressmaking at Home, monthly, 1 year . $4.50 All for $2.50, Paid in Advance. $2.50 .50 . .50 1.00 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 $1.50 . .50 1.00 $3.50 All for $1.50, Paid in Advance. Northwest Fair Dates. of northwest Following is the list fair dates: Belllngham, Wash., Aug. 25-29. Big Timber, Mont., Aug. 26-29. Bozeman, Mont, Aug. 31 -Sept Everett, Wash., Sept. 1-6. Scio, Ore., Sept 2-4. Roseburg, Ore., Sept 2-5. Pocatello, Idaho, Sept. 7-9. Eugene, Ore., Sept. 7-12. Seattle, Wash., Sept. 7-12. Miles City, Mont, Sept. 8-10. Dillon, Mont., Sept. 9-11. Salem, Ore., Sept 14-19. Centralia, Wash., Sept 14-19. Glendive, Mont., Sept. 15-17. Missoula, Mont, Sept. 21-25. Portland, Ore., Sept. 21-2. Victoria, B. C. Sept. 22-29. Anaconda, Mont, Sept 23-2(. Marshfield, Ore., Aug. 26-29. Pendleton, Ore., Sept. 28-Oct. 8. North Yakima, Wash., Sept. 28- Oct 3. Helena, Mont, Sept 28-Oct. 2. New Westminster, B. C, Sept 29 Oct. 8. Spokane, Wash., Oct 5-10. Caldwell, Idaho, Oct. 6-10. Davenport, Wash., Oct 8-11. Lewlston, Idaho, Oct. 12-17. Walla Walla, Wash., Oct. 12-17 Baker City, Ore., Oct. 13-17. Boise, Idaho, Oct. 19-24. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Luras Coun ty. . Frank J. Chenev makes oath that he Is senior partner of tbe firm of F. J. Che ney Co., doing business In tbe City of loieoo, county ana atate aroresaia, ana that .aid firm will pay tbs snm of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for etch snd ever case of Catarrh tbat cannot be cared bf tbe use or Hall tatarrn tore. FRANK J. CHENEY. 8worn to before ms and subscribed In m presence, this 6tb day of December, A. D., lOOO. (Seal.) A. W. OLEABON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cnre Is taken Internally. and acta directly on tbe blood and mu coos surfaces of tbe system. Send for tes timonials rree. F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O. bold by all Druselsts, 75c. Take Hall's Family Fills for conatloa- uoo. Ho Guesswork If men who doubt fat, value of Rirfiti Tablits could only look over our order files and read the letters we receive from those who kiow thilr vilui, no man who is weak and nervous would hesitate a moment, but begin at once to regain his strength with Nervita Gentlemen! Soma alx rears am I bourht mar Noi-Tlta Tablets In Richmond, lnd. and at that timethcTOartainlvdidaUTou claimed ther would I tried to get them here, but nodrntsiat has them. Let aa know if you at ill maka them, tf ao 1 want to fot iz boxes tor a friend of nine. xours truly. Kef. 0. Jteaunas, Gal. Dec. U 107. Dear 9lri: Find enclosed 91.00 and send ma 2 Dozes of your Narrita fiUa. I bought 4 boxes at a druggiat'a here, but can not vet any more, but want to tell you that I aever took any medicine in my life that done me so much food. Send at once as I am entirely out. Youra truly. j an. lo, iws Keg. i varnef la, fx. Dear Sun About 1 weeks arc I sent you 9100 for a boxea oi Nervita Tablet!, and they bar. done ma lots 01 good. Knclosed S4.00 send lour boxes at once. xoors truly. Jan. 17, 1908 Keg-, 8. Orange C Ity , Iowa Gentlemen: Send ma at onca 3 boxea Nerrlta Tablets, I received one box a week ago. There Is no Queation as to tke potency of your medicine. I feel greatly benefited, and want to oae it until perfectly well. Your prom ptnesi will oblige. Yours truly, April 2. 1908 Reg. & Portsmouth. Ohio Sold ana fnarantttd by all ragg1li Pr bx, 8 hexes for 85. lent by mall. ritHin ORUQ CO. iso Kimi. ut Chiosgo PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY Pendleton, Oregon Ironing Boards. We have Just received another ship ment of folding Ironing boards and folding clothes dryers. Sharon & Ed- dings. Wanted, at Once. Oood clean rags; market price paid. East Oreg.nian office. Book of Oregon Poems Out. "The Bong 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 10 cents. Printed on fine paper and 'highly illustrated. PILES CURED AT BY HEW ABSORPTION K3ETE0D. 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. Oar Specialty is the Family 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. Central Meat Market 1 The Hot Summer Sun brings no terror to the woman who knows that her kitchen will not be turned into a veritable bake-oven, Why? Because She Cooks With Gas, no heavy coal scuttles to lift, no wood to handle, no fire to feed, just the touch of a match and your fire is in readiness. NORTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC CO. Carney A Tweedy, Telephone Main 82. 'Phone Main 5 IS. If you suffer from bleeding, Itching, blind or protruding Plies, send me your address, and I will tell yon how to cure yourself at home by the new adsorption treatment; and will also send soma of this horns treatment free for trial, with reference from! THORNTON MUSIC CO your own locality if requested, im mediate relief and permanent cure H Street assured. - Send no money, but tell HIGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGANS others of this offer, Writ teday to Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk- Mrs. ST. Summers, Bot P." Notre Ing Machines, Records, Cabinets and Dam, tea. 'Musical Merchandise. See the Twin-Dime Across the. Street. THE NEW D I M Moving Pictures Like Life Songs by Robert Fenner from the Salt air Palace, Salt Lake All Music Furnished by a Real Pianist. . Absolutely fire-proof and the best ventilated theatre in the city. A Better Show at the Same Price adults ioc Children 5c .50 '