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EIGHT f AQES. DAILY EAST OREGONLAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, HK8. PAGE FIYflL SIL-KIB $3.50 and $400 Shoes for Women Kid and Patent, heavy or light sole, 1 0 different styles NEW SHIPMENT Evual to any $5.00 shoe made in wear, comfort and style. TRY A PAIR. F. E. Livengood Co. Teutsch's OldJStand City Brevities Ic cream at Hohbach'a. All kinds of good dry wood. 8m Mlnnla. Wanted Any kind of sewing. Ap ply 304 Garden street. More new ruga Just received at Pendleton Furniture Co. See Mlnnii for rood, dry wood that burns. Lota of It on band. Dreesed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 1711. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Orefbnlan tflce. fit Miss Genevieve Pish, piano Instruo tlon, lit Monroe street, 'phone red 2801. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stans berry ft Milne, phone Main I. ? Fine store and office room for rent East Oregonlan building. Enquire this office. For Rent Store room on Main treet In the East Oregonlan building. Apply at 'this office. Hotel Bowman Cafe Is now open, 4 a. m. to 10 p. m., a la carte. Straw- berries and Ice cream also served. See our line of hammocks, gasoline oil stoves, freezers, before purchasing -elsewhere. We are making special prices. Goodman Hardware Co. Annual reduction sale on all seas onable lines at Goodman Hardware Co.'i. Refrigerators, freezers, ham mocks, churns and many other arti cles to be closed out at cost. LAND LAWS. Wliat You Io to Secure Title from Uio I'nluxl States. Every single person and every mar ried man Is entitled to 1C0 acres of a homestead. The laws are strict and must be complied with. .You must live continuously upon the land. Tou must cultivate and Improve the prop rty. Yon have six months In which to build your house and move your property. You pay $1( filing fee to file on a homestead. You are only entitled to 160 acres of land under the homestead laws. After 17 months continued resi dence you can commute a home stead by paying $200 In cash. If you do not commute It takes five years to complete your title. If you are not holding government land by some other method, you are entitled to file on 320 acres of des ert land. Desert land Is land you have to reclaim by putting water up on It. You are required to pay 25 cents per acre for thfo land when you file, and you are then compelled to spend at least (la year per acre upon the land to reclaim It. You have four years in which to get water upon the same. Fencing, clearing, build ing ditches, putting down wells for Irrigation purposes, etc.. are all al lowed by the government, and you are credited with the money rfpent and the work done towards the an nual payments. At the end of four years you pay 11 In cash to the gov ernment. You can take any amount of this land up to 320 acres. Timber and stone land Per acre, 12.50. Ninety days after application It must be proved upon and paid for, One can only take 160 acres or less of this class of land. A wife can also acquire title to these lands. A homestead of 160 "acres or less costs for filing $16 and advertising fees. Lakeview Examiner. PERSONAL MENTION BBS We have a fine watch hospital, where you may bring all your sick watches and clocks and have them re paired by the best talent In the city. Our Work Is Uio Beet. Our prices are reasonable. We are , the watch Inspector for the O. R. & N. R. R. That Is saying a great deal as to our ability. Try us and you will try us again. Louis Hunriker , Jewelery and Optician. 726 Main. Tho I'nliappy Experiences of a Young Married Woman. A young married woman In Brook lyn suspected that her husband was Indulging In wine. She dotermlned, however, to say nothing until she had confirmed her suspicions. In conversation with her bosom friend she said sho would give anything to discover the truth. The friend men tioned that a man even slightly In toxicated can not pronounce words of length. This gave the young wife an Idea, whlijj ghe proceeded to put Into execution. When the young women met again the suspicious wife announced that the worst had been ascertained. She burst into tears and. took from her hand bag a paper which sho handed to her. friend. "I gave him this," she sobbed. The friend read from the list the following words: "Philoprogenitive ness, dlsprojiortionableness, pseudaes thesia, phthisis, parachronism, hypo chrondrisls, phtochromy, syncate gorematlc." "And," added the unhappy wife with a fresh sob. "the wretch missed nearly all of them.'V-New York Trl buner Panor Takes Vacation. Rev, R. E. Storey left yesterday evening for Seattle, where he will spend a vacation of four weeks. His parents live In that city, and as he has not seen them for several years he ex pects a pleasant outing. Mrs. Storey will spend the month at the home of her people In the east end of Uma tllla county. During their absence there will be no services In the church other than the Sunday school which will meet regularly. If you see It In the East Oregonlan, it's so. lot or Cold Bottle The new vaoum bottle-, will keep contents hot for 24 hours, "warm for 48 hours, and cold for72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. J. A. Horseman and family have gone to Kamela for a few weeks' out Ing. Guv Clark and wife have lust re turned from an outing at Desolation lake. County Judge GUllland has return ed from an outing of two weeks at Hadaway springs. A. B. Stenhens. the merchant of Umatilla, Is In the city today a guest of Hotel Bowman. J. R. Dickson and family have gone to Tokeland, Wash., for a month i outing at the coast. C. S. Cheshire of the Clarke Hard ware company, leaves tomorrow on a two weeks' outing. Roy Skllcs and Harry Macuen have returned from a two weeks' out ing at Lehman springs. D. C. Brownell, the pioneer of the Umatilla 'river, Is up from Umatilla today on a business trip. T. L. Dunsmore, formerly of this city, but now located at The Dalles, In In the city today a 'guest of Hotel Bowman. Chester Gordon the high school stu dent and snrlnter. has recently been employed as a clerk In the Standard grocery store. Mrs. Al. Koeppen expects to leave in a few days for Meacham, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Isaacs for a couple of weeks. Mrs. B. R. Swlnburn and daughter, Miss Fay Bartholomew, left last ev enlng for Wenaha springs, where they will remain for a few days. Mrs.- Alex. Oliver returned today from Meacham with a large supply of huckleberries which she picked there during the past week. Dr. F. W. Vincent and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Burke came down from Wenaha springs today after a delight ful outing In the mountains. W. J. Clarke of the Clarke Hard ware company returned yesterday from Wenaha springs, bringing with him a splendid string of trout Mrs. E. Blanchett has gone to the country to remain until after her hus band, who Is a member of company L, returns from American Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wiley and their daughter, Mrs. Geary Klmbrell, will leave in the morning for Meacham for a few weeks' outing on the mountains. Will Moore, manager of the Pacific Elevator company, visited Yoakum yesterday, where extensive wheat shipments are now being received by the company. Prof. Charles Denson of Lewlston, and well known In this city, passed through Pendleton last evening on his way to Wenaha springs, where he will spend a few weeks. President R. Alexander of the Com mercial association? accompanied by Mrs. Alexander, will leave tomorrow for Wenaha springs to spend a few weeks at that resort. Dean Goodman expects to leave Thursday for southern Oregon, where he will Join Oeary Klmbrell. the sur veyor, and spend the remainder or nis vacation In the mountains. W. C. McKlnney of the Commercial National bank, accompanied by Mrs. McKlnney, left last night for Burns, Harney county, where they go to spend a month with relatives. The Misses Grayee Crockett, and Mabel McDIU returned to their homes in Pendleton after a two weeks' vis it with the former's sister, Mrs. Otto K. Dldlon. La Grande Observer. Joe H. Parkes, justice of the peace ror tne l'enaieion district, came down from "The Pines." his summer home near Meacham, for a brief business visit today, Intending to return to morrow. Earnest Knight, who has been 111 nt the home of his parents In this city for several days, Is now about well. He will go to the spring for few weeks as soon as he Is able to make the trip. J. J. Hamley, head' of the Hamley Harness company, left today for Long Beach, Wash., where he will Join his wife and two children for a brief outing. During his absence the store will be In charge of Lester Hamley. Miss Elizabeth Walker, who ha been teaching school at Dufur, Wasco county, Is now at home, where she will remain until about September when she will go to Salem to take ft position In the public schools of that city. Oe Yon Remamberf And the other Ashing days when yon got up before dawn and stole down stairs to the dim kltcBen-a drink of milk, a doughnut and a triangle of pio, then you stole out quietly to the I .urn and got tho spading fork; then the search, armed with fork and tomato can, under the broad leaves of the rhu barb bed, back -of the henhouse aud down by tho cow barn until you had enough worms for the day's sport. Then of courso you left the fork stick ing In tho ground-you never would learn to put things away and started off; through the garden and orchard, stopping long enough for a handful of currants and a pocketful of Ropsuvluon over tho pu.sture bars, eating n hand ful of huckleberries or low bush black berries here and there; Into the wood road-very dark and still In the dawn where you stepped along very quietly so as not to disturb the bears (you knew perfectly well there were no bears, but you rather enjoyed the creepy sensation); then out through the deep wet meadow grass to the riv er, where the sun was now beginning to buru away the wisps of mist and tho red winged blackbirds were mak Ing a tremendous fuss over their house keeping. You reached the river bank at the pout hole or the big rock or the old willow (of course you know the ex act place), and then you started fish Ing. Atlantic. Suction. People often speak of chimneys "drawing." We also speak of the suc tion of a pump. There Is not so much barm In these expressions, except that they are liable to lead us away from the true state affairs. But In truth there is no such thing as suction. Suc tion Is merely partial or entire absence of pressure In oue place which enables the greater pressure of air or fluid In auotber place to rush in. In the case of the chimney the heated air in It does not weigh so much as an equal volume of cold air, and If tbe air In the chimney, tbe air In the room and tbe outside air were all the same tem perature there would be no tendency to any motion. But when the air In the chimney Is hot it does not press downword so much as the colder sur rounding air presses upward. Conse quently an upward current Is started and will continue If tbe air In the chimney la kept hot A. S. S. Ackerman lu London Express. D. Brusha, the well known paint er, who has been suffering from the effects of a fall from a scaffold for the past five weeks, was down town today for the first time, and Is now Improving rapidly and expects to be at work soon. C. H. Day, formerly of this city, but now of Portland, is here this week from Heppner, In the interest of his Insurance, business. He says that he has done more buslrfess this July than last and that all classes of people seem to have plenty of money. Joe Kennedy, a former student of Pendleton academy. Is In the city for a few weeks visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Kennedy. He Is em ployed by the Seattle Power company as on electrician, and is well pleased with lls work. He will visit his brother, B. E. Kennedy, proprietor of the Baker City Herald. Charged With Stealing Cattle. A. J. Sloane has been arrested At Orofino, Idaho, on the charge of cat tle stealing. George Moore. W. T. Rcld and C. A. Rice, who are also wanted on the same charge, have skipped out. A number of cattle own ed by Daniel Carr have disappeared lately and Mr. Carr's two sons started out on a detective stunt with the above result. Changed the Name. lie bad given up town life, with its cares and dissipation, and was living In the country. "What a charming cottage!" exclaim ed a dainty Indy visitor from London. "What have you called it?" "I have called it the Nutshell," he told her, and she exclaimed: "Oh, how delightful:" After tea and cakes she took tbe train back to London, where she re mained for six months. Then she "ran, down" to see him again. "As sweet as ever!" she told him. "But you have changed tbe name! Why Is It now Chez Nous?" Why?" he responded, with some warmth. "Because I was tired of be ing jollied! Because I was tired of being kidded! There isn't a boy for a mile round who hasn't stopped and rung tbe doorbell every time be passed to ask If the colonel was In!" London Telegraph. Damaging Forest Fires (ln the Hood River Valley. A forest fire started Friday after noon In upper Hood River valley and burned over the ranch of 190 acres belonging to George T. Prather, caus ing a loss of $1,200. says The Dalles Chronicle. It was only after several hours of hard work that the fire was kept from devastating the whole timbered district In that portion of Hood River valley. The loss consists of cord wood and standing timber and amounted to about $1,200. There have also been fires near Green Point and Lost Lake that did considerable damage within tho past few days. Wonderful Possibilities This Week, Our Wonderful Clean-Up Sale of Odds and Ends This sale includes our entire stock. Bear in mind, we are always ready to show merchandise, irres- pective of whether you come to buy or meer ly to inspect. Remember the Place Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us and it's all right See the Twin-Dime Across the Street. THE NEW i DIM Moving Pictures LikeXife Songs by Robert Fenner from the Salt air Palace, Salt Lake AH 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 10c CHILDREN 5c I 'II I Good Automobile Record. Wallace Bransford drove his Pierce from Idaho Falls to Salt Lake last week in exactly twelve hours and thirty minutes, an average of some nineteen miles per hour for the 231 mile run. It's a record for some of the boys to go after when they get tired of running to Provo and Ogden on someone's time. Tom Botterlll was In the car. The run from Idaho Falls to Pocatello was made in three hours and a half In the night a hard, dangerous trip. The run from Pocatello to Malad was made In 3:40. and rrom Malad to Callister In 1:40 An hour was used In gettln to Blng- nam City and an hour Into Ogden from that place. The run from Og aen to salt Lake was done in 1:40 No accidents and few stops. Good win's weekly. Persian Cleaning and Dve Works IADEK NEW MANAGEMENT. , . I X Ladles' and gents' clothing cleaned and pressed. Ladies' An. gar- I ments a specialty. All work guaranteed. o F. M. LOR1MER, Proprietor 'Phone Main 14. Ma streett Near BTiig In how many ways is a boy like a clock? Here Is one way: He Is Sometimes too slow. Write to School and Home all the likenesses that you can discover. There are every so many. IT It FOR LADIES, TOO. nT Cmm Step IM, Hair Vmlltrng Out Ladlea who have thin hair and .h,,.. hair to falling out, can prevent the hnl. falling out. and thicken the erowth wuv Newtro's "Herplclde." Bealda ' Hurt clde is one of the moat agreeable h- dreaalnia there Is. Herplddo k!l' tl. dandruff germ that eats the hair oft the root. After the rorm I Aoair-r. the root will shoot up. nd th h.Vr Ion- as ayer. Eren a sample " -vinca any lady that Nurbro'n ir.r,.i,.i.- Is an Indispensable toilet requ.VHe. contains no oil or greaae, It k-!:: ro t or dye. Sold by lcadlnr druials .. Me, la stamp fcr sample to The H.-ri eld Co., Detroit, Mich. SPECIAL This Week Black and Tan Men s Socks, regular 1 0c, going at PER PAIR 35c and 40c Summer Underwear, Drawers to match, going at 25c garment WORKINGMEN'S CLOTHING CO. TS MOST GOODS for THE LEAST MONEY Cor. Mnin Webb Sts. OW Hunt Depot Two alt 19 cents and $1.00. Read the East Oregontaa. A. O. Koeppen A Broev 0