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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1008.
EIGHT PAGES. BRIEF RECORD OF SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR. THE COUNTY EVENTS OREGONIAN Special Correspondence S OF AND GET THREE MAGAZINES FREE. TALK OP BORING ARTESIAN MANY CAMrERS IN BLUE MOUNTAINS. WELL HERE. PAGE SIX. EAST NOTES 1 ran Possibility of Securing Good Flow of Water rushing Work on Cement ing Ditch on VniAtUlA rroject Funeral of Murdered Girl Well At tended Lodges Install New Offi cers. Echo, July 27. A number of the prominent Butter creek stockmen and farmers are making arrangements to bore for artesian water. It looks aa though It couU be easily secured as there are flowing wells on all sides. It is the intention to form a stock company, and then bore about 2000 feet if necessary, and if a flow of water is secured many wells will be drilled. Beeson Brothers big tent which was here during all last week gave excel lent satisfaction. Ben Atkinson has returned from a trip to Buhl, Idaho, where he pur chased 40 acres of fine land. Miss Nona Houser, assistant cashier at the Bank of Echo, has Just been taking a 10 days' vacation. Henrietta Rebecca lodge No. 36, I. O. O. F., installed the following offi cers at the regular meeting held July t: Ella Ripper, N. G.; Rowena Bon ney, V. G.; Kate Gulliford. warden; Laura Bonney, conductor; Eula Smith, chaplain; Flora Malcolm, R. S. N. G.; Blanche Brown, L. S. N. G.; JJllle Gillette, R. S. V. G.; Ella Bailey, L S. V. G.; Ida Norton, inside guard Ian; P. A, Bonney- outside guardian; Prudence Young, secretary; Mary Barker, treasurer, blowing we're the officers install ed In the Overland lodge No. 23, I. O. O. F., last Saturday evening: L. T. Kenison, N. G.; George Rlsellng, V. G.; E. H. Brown, secretary; W. T. Reeves, treasurer; Alex Malcolm, "Warden; E. C. Fish, conductor; J. H. Toung, R. S. S.; W. B. Gillette. L. S. .; Joe Bailey, chaplain; J. E. Reeves, R. S. N. G.; C. R. Bonney, L. S. N. G,; C. Kenison, R. S. V. G.: E. H. Litsey. L S. V G.I Rice Foreman, O. G.; C. J. Gulliford, I. G. After the Installation Ice' cream was served In the banquet hall to the Rebekahs and Odd Fellows" wives. Poshing Work. A lanre force of men, 60 or more, are. now at work with a large number of teams cementing the 3000 feet of ditch on the Umatilla project below Echo, where there has been consld- erable trouble from seepage. It will keep them busy for several weeks to come. Large Funeral. The funeral of Miss Elza Kennlson, the young lady who was so cruelly murdered by Grover Stoeffle Thurs day, was held Saturday from the M E. church. The church was crowd ed, and it was one of the saddest fun erals fn the history of the town, as the young lady and the family were held In the highest esteem m tne com munity. Toll Gate ami Other Favorite Spots Visited By Many From Walla Walla Also Pastor Returns From Chau tauqua Meeting' Fruits Being Ship ped From Here Dally. Milton, July 27. Many of the peo ple In this section of the county 'are spending a few weeks In the Blue mountains, some are at the Toll Gate and different places, and a number of campers from Walla Walla have been passing through on their way to the Toll Gate, which Is an Ideal camping place. There are also many camps at the Blue mountain sawmill and on back to Sallng's and Fletcher's old mill site. Nearly everybody that can get away Is going somewhere In the mountains. At the Christian church last even ing the Toung People's society occu pied the evening hour with a literary and musical program, which was very interesting and there was a large at tendance. There were a number of visitors here yesterday from Walla Walla, all coming over on the lnterurban to get away from the city for the day. A number from this section of the coun ty were also attracted to Mead,or park yesterday, which was crowded with people from Walla Walla, Milton and Freewater. A great many raspberries, black berries and peaches have been ship ped out of late, and they are bringing the growers fairly good prices this season. The prune and apple crop B"J quite t.eavy this year. Dr. B. J. Hoadley. pastor of the M. E. church at this place, has returned from Gladstone park, where he had been In the capacity of Instructor in J English and American literature at Gladstone Chautauqua assembly, which was a very successful affair In every way. The grandmothers of the old Dutch Dunkard famlles of western renn sylvanla have made and used "Hick ory Bark Cough Remedy" and reared their families on It for a hundred years. Now you can buy It of your dealers. Ask for It and use It, be cause It la pure; because It Is the best couch remedy mad today. Try it For sale by any druggist and all deal ers everywhere. Pendleton Drug Co. Wanted, at Once. Good clean rags: market price paid. East Oregenlan office. CONFIRMED PROOF. Residents of Pendleton Cannot Doubt What Haa Been Twice Prlved. In gratitude for complete relief from rhp and rialni of bad backs from distressing kidney 111 thousands havo nnhiirlv recommended Doan'i Kidney Pills. Residents of Pendleton who so testified years ago, now ay their rnrM are Dermanent This tes timony doubly proves the worth of T)on' Kldnev Pills to i'enaieion kidney sufferers. Mrs. C. Oliver, living at 612 Maple tret Pendleton. Ore., says: "I am inmt an olpased to endorse Doan'i Kidnev Pills at this time as when irave a statement recommending them in 1905. It is over five yeart since I procured them at the Pen dleton Drug Co. and was perman ently cured of a severe attack of kid nev trouble which had caused me much suffering. For six months prior to procuring Doan's Kidney Pills I could not bear to be on my feet on account of the bearing down pains through my back and kidneys. The secretions were also too frequent In action, attended with pain and gave me great annoyance. I was gradual ly growing worse Instead of better, and In spite of many remedies, failed to find relief until Doan's Kidney Pills came to my notice and I pro cured a box. They soon went to the seat of the trouble, I was so encour aged that I continued their use, and a nermanent curs was the result know of others who have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have been perman ently cured by them." For sale by all dealers. Pries 10 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork, sole agents for the United States. ' ' Remember the name Doan's and take no other. PEACH DAY. Sella Hardware Business to Walla Walla Party. Freewater, July 27. Freewater will celebrate peach day again this season, and a meeting of the Free- water Commercial club has been called for Tuesday evening to set a date, and make arrangements for the occasion. Peaches are coming In now, and It Is thought that the cel ebration will not be far off. This event last year proved very success ful Albert Patterson, a young boy. while playing with a loaded revolver Friday, had the end of this thumb badly lacerated through the discharge of the revolver, which he did not know was loaded. A. J. Blcknell has disposed of his hardware business at this place to A. F. Kendall of Walla Walla, who will take Immediate charge of the business. It Can't Be Beat. The best of all teachers Is experi ence. C. M. Harden, of Silver City. North Carolina, says: "I find Elec tric Bitters does all that Is claimed for It For Stomach, Liver and Kid ney troubles It can't be beat I have tried it and find it a most excellent medicine." Mr. Harden Is right; It's the best of all medicines for weakness, lame back, and all run down conditions. - Best too, for chills and malaria. Sold under guarantee at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. 50c, WRITES WILL ON AN OLD ENVELOPE. liiilfiiiiil pi lIPTfi mmKilmm ly f All Three of These National Magazines Given Absolutely Free with the Semi-Weekly or Daily East pregonian. 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. 2. OfferNo. 1. $2.50 .50 . .50 1.00 $4.50 All for $2.50, Paid in Advance. 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 $1.50 .50 . .50 1.00 $3.50 AU for $1.50, Paid in Advance. Semi-Weekly East Oregonian, 1 year Spare Moments, monthly, 1 year The Mother's Magazine, monthly, 1 year Dressmaking at Home, monthly, 1 year Wounded Sailor Scribbles Accusations Against His Aasailaot. Avalon, Catallna, July 27. Bellev Ing It to be his last will and testa ment, Andrew Nelson, aged 70, who was rescued Saturday night from a row boat at San Clemente, wrote in lead pencil upon an old envelope the following: "I hereby accuse Captain Iveson of the schooner Lou of San Diego of having cut me with a knife." When the exhausted and bleadlng man reached Avalon at 1:30 this morning it was found necessary to use over a hundred stitches to bind the muscles and flesh together. The gashes across the man's thighs meas ured six Inches and were cut to the bone. Nelson was seven hours in reaching Avalon and medical aid. Upon an envelope was also writ ten the dying man's last will and testameDt, bequeathing his boat, the Star of San Diego, and all personal effects, to his friend, Howard Snyder of Seattle. It is alleged that a further state' ment was made by Nelson before leav lng here, that his and Captain Ive son's presence at San Clemente during the past three weeks was for the purpose of shooting seals, fishing In cldentally to await the coming of the ship Helen from some Mexican port with fifty contraband Chinese aboard. Recent reports state that the schooner Lou is still at anchor at Han Clemente. The launches Juanlta, Captain Mach tails, and San Toy, Cap tain Mathews, left here for San Cle mente and will reach their destina tions at daybreak. The schooner Lou of San Diego Is reported at 160 tons. Northwest Fair Dates. Following is the list of northwest fair dates: Belllngham, Wash., Aug. 25-29. . Big Timber, Mont., Aug. 26-29. Boseman, Mont, Aug. 81-Sept. 4. Everett, Wash., Sept. 1-5. Sclo, Ore., Sept 2-4. Roseburg, Ore., Sept. 2-6. 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. Centralla, Wash., Sept 14-19. Glendlve, Mont, Sept. 15-17. Missoula, Mont, Sept. 21-26. Portland, Ore., Sept 21-26. . Victoria, B. C, Sept. 22-29. Anaconda, Mont, Sept. 2S-26. Marshfleld, Ore., Aug. 26-29. Pendleton, Ore., Sept. 28-Oct. 8. North Taklma, Wash., Sept. 28 Oct 3. Helena, Mont, Sept. 28-Oct. 8. New Westminster, B. C, Sept 29 Oct 3. Spokane, Wash., Oct. 6-10. 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. 8tato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas Coon- Frank J. Cheney make, oath that be Is senior partner of the firm of P. J. Che ney Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and Btate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE mTninntfn nni.LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cored by the use of Hall's uatarrn V".- FRANK J. CHENHt, Sworn to before me and subscribed In my premnce, this Otb day of December, A. D., (Seal.) A. W. GLBABON, ' Notary Public. Dall's Catarrh Cart Is taken Internally, and acts directly on th. blood and mu cnus surfaces of the system. Bend for tes timonials free. , M . V. J. CHENEY It CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Drurelits, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for coostlpa tlon. Book of Oregon Poems Out. "The Song of the Oregon Pine," a little book of original verse by Bert Huffman is now out and Is on sale at the Frazler book store. Price 80 rantiL Printed on fine naper and highly illustrated. The old Pennsylvania Dutch Dunk ars recommended "Hickory Bark Cough Remedy." Guaranteed to cure your cough, and guaranteed to be nun. Made from the bark of ths shell bark or white hickory tree. For sale by any druggist and all dealers everywhere. Pendleton Drug ua NEW NERVE;' BRAINS LIFE i ncKvi ia- Ds Witt's Witch H&xel Salve 1 es pecially good for plies.' Recommend ed and sold by Tallman Y Co. Lira NOT WORTH LIVING. Don't sav life la not worth living. Take Sexlne Pill and when you feel the new life eourslng . through your veins rou will feel a new Interest in living. Bexlne Pilla are sold by the Pendleton Drug Co. This Is the store that sells all the principal remedies and does not substitute. Pries II Extra Strength fls stuff TMaIs lldl 1 1 IU I U lilts 19 InidUtl lanltl t (Tauow bw) BIAMANt Ersry Inch a mao, as natnr htld Mbiki. NEttVITA TABLETS will quickly rat ore your health and strength. Tbe only reliable medicine lor lost power, shrunken organ, and all aril retutA of youthful indiscre tion or toe excessira use looacco, ui mm ep'u- . NENYITA TABUS 1 m bst. a record lor twenty years. Tens of thousand! of happy and prosperous men know of their peculiar potency. Writ, tor booklet. Sent by nail on receipt at pries. 81.00 per brai Bos, ss.ov I mm tVII lEaVI TOIIB AID ilervita Pills uo.o wauz FOR MEN AND WOMEN Anlnat their reetoratlre power there can be no possible resistance. Their Influence oyer aU nerroua disorders la simply supreme. Ol pecu liar potency (or the upbuilding of the nerve cen ters and restoring vitality to weak, nervous, hysterical, anaemic womenand girls. Brings the Dink glow of health to pal. cheek. Used in the private practice of Dr. West lor nearly thirty years without a suggestion of failure. Sent by mall on receipt of price. 50 cents per box r 6 boies for 12.50. At all Druggists. FISHER ORUa CO. 0 1. IHrll It. OHICAQO PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY Pendleton. Oregon 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. - .... Our Specialty is the Family Trade X 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 Carney A Tweedy, Telephone Main 82. 'Phone Main 61S. THORNTON MUSIC CO 813 Main Street HIGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGANS - Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk ing Machines, Records, Cabinets and Musical Merchandise. The Hot Summer Sun sSal. 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. NORTIIVESTERH GAS & ELECTRIC CO. See the Twin-Dime Across the Street. THE NEW 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 Sho w at the Same Price ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5C r,'.w WVC tW. Wf'''