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daily'east OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ; .. , 'J PAGX THROB. EIGHT PAGES. KATl'IWAY, AlGtST 15, 1908. 51 fit t !. tL s m Old Folks There are mighty few people beyond middle age who don't suffer at times, or all the time, with their liver or kidneys. Natural. The human machinery is beginning to slow down from the wear and tear of years of use and often abuse. It's cot to have assistance to keep it moving properly particularly the liver. You can hardly name one of your old friends who hasn't one of the following troubles: Constipate biliousness, indige&on, dyspepsia , nnr Anmach. sick headache, backache. kidney trouble, rheumatism and generally run down system. Bad Liver Causes It It is at the bottom of every one of these troubles. It becomes inaclive (constipation and bowel trouble follow). Throws off poison and bile (biliousness, sick headache, etc., follow) Puts extra work on the kidneys (often causing Diabetes and Bright's Disease). Uric acid gets into the blood (rheumatism follows). Cure the liver and you'll cure the cause. Cure the cause and you'll cure the trouble. A X 5f8 enres ill troubles arising from disordered liver, kidneys, bowels or storaich. Better Than Pills For Liver Ills 2 uei a toe box TALLMAN &. CO. PENDLETON, ORE. Ml I i I'M ATI ILA'S IUC1I MOrXTAIX PISTIUCT. Settlers Who Went to Tlild SecUon With Nothing a Few Year Aro, Are. Now IUch La"d Produces Everything In Abundance Many OiiiiiHrs In the Mountains. The Frcewater Times tells the fol lowing Interesting story of Basket mountain and Its thrifty settler. This It one of the best mountain sections of Umatilla county and has great possibilities. The Times My: No one who has not driven over ths country has any conception of the great amount of territory thnf Is tributary to the town of eastern Or rjron. On Monday we drove round Basket mountain, nnj on reaching the first plateau we gazed around and saw a great stretch of the finest wheat land In the world. Two combines were at work In one field, every few minutes deliver Ins the sewn sacks of golden grain, ready to he sent to the mill. On the higher plateau two headers were l.nxy. and In another, the blnd li.g machine was delivering Its toll to the tackern. Still higher on another plateau, the timothy had been cut and was being haled for the sound mar kets. Everywhere we noted Indus try nnd prosperity. We fouiyl some old friendH on the hills and made new ones. We called on our old friend Sam Warfleld, -whom we knew well six years sgo. when he furnished us with our year's supply of wood. Sam has done well in the last few years. lie sold nin acres of his holdings recent ly to a Russian colony for $15,000. He still has 160 acres of Tine land lift, 100 acres of It Is plow land, 4S of the hundred being In timothy, and P acres In pasture, orchard and gar den. Eleven years ago, when Mr. Wnr., field started, he had only a team of horses, one of which ho bought on credit. The orhnrd contains 330 fine fruit trees. W. A. Kutrh Is another Basket mountain farmer who Is doing well. Ho has 1! acres, of which there are 35 acres of plow land one-half being In timothy and one-half In grain. Mr. Kutch, who came here from Iowa 20 years ngo, Is making n good sue cess of his farming operations. Ha hy a thriving orchard of choice fruit trees and a strawberry patch which helpe's to swell the farm ln come. The farm will easily keep 30 tc 35 head of stock. We made a new friend In T. O. Oould, who Is a thriving farmer on the mountain, who makes, as does Mr. Warfleld, a specialty of timothy raising. This year the crop is short on the mountain, but Mr. Gould ships out 70 tons of timothy on the aver age, which brings fine returns. Mr. Gould raises a flno variety of straw berries and ships out from 100 to 200 crates a season. The mountain school 'was holding Its summer session and such a fine, healthy looking lot of boys and girls would be hard to find nnywhera, Fin roads, a beautiful day, cool breezes, exhilarating air and Jovial company made Monday's drive a very pleasant one. We met lots of campers going and coming from this Adirondack of the west. Plneules for the Kidneys, 30 daya' trial fl, guaranteed. Pineulcs act di rectly on the Kidneys and bring relief In the first dose to backache, weak back, rheumatic pains, kidney and bladder trouble. They purify the blond and Invigorate the entire sys tem. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. PltOSI'MITY HOOM OX. COFFEE Cheap for . those that won't pay for good; Schil ling's Best for those who won't have poor. Your rocer return jour money It ou di o't Ilka It: ma par him ifiitiilmN of Men ; Hack lo Work in Xow York Today. Nw York. Aug. 15. Prosperity ila' In the metropolis was marked by the employment of hundreds of men and women who have been out of work for months, and It Is expected that many more will lie taken back on Monday. The delegafes to the Traveling Men's Prosperity Congress will spend the day at the beach, and the meeting will conclude tonight with a prosperity banquet. Wholesale houses report that busi ness Is now almost normal and that the prospects are good for a heavy fall trade. Thousands of buyers from all over the country are now In the city and are buying almost os lib erally ns ever. Another merchant's excursion period, allowing reduced rates from the west and southwest, (otnmonces today, and the local Job ebrs are preparing to entertain thous ands of buyers next week. LAIS IE nmnn million aches A HE AT ISSUE. School Lnnd Levees Have Measure Trained I'p for Suhmi'loii to Peo ple Whereby They Will He Able to Get Possession of Large Holding In Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 15. To oppose the sale of Oklahoma's 3,000,000.000 acres of school lands a state convention was called here to day to organize a movement of pro test against the measure indorsed by Governor Haskell and "Alfalfa Bill" Murray, speaker of the Oklahoma house. At a recent mass meeting of school land lessees called by Governor Has kell a bill was agreed upon which provides for the sale of the publig school lands. Under the initiative provision of the state constitution this measure will be voted upon by the people at the general election in No vember. It must receive a majority of all the votes cast at that election. For several weeks the recent state legis lature tried to pass a bill for the school land lessees, called by Gover nor Haskell, and therefore Governor'- Haskell Issued his convention call ad vocating the Initiating of a bill to sell the lands. It Is alleged by the delegates to to day's convention that the Interests of the state and of the school children of the present and future generations will best be protected by the holding of the schols lands. Resolutions were adopted that call for a state-wide or ganization of those In harmony with the view of holding the lands and that pray to the qualified voters of the state to Join In the battle for the se curity of theproperty on which de pends the education of the young. The convention will map out plans t-o defeat the "Murray Initiative bill," by which title the bill to be voted upon b ythe people Is reslgnated. William H. Murray, speaker of the Oklahoma house, aided In drawing the bill, and Is In charge of the necessary preparations for Initiating the meas ure. To initiate this or any other meas ure a petition of 21,000 resident qual ified voters of the state Is necessary, an'I the securing of this petition was completed, a total of something over j 22.0no names being obtained. Fearing that tle bill to be initiated will not et more than one-half of thej votes cast at the November election, j the school land lessees are not nsi jubilant over the prospects of the bill! as might bo expected, although the bill gave the lessees the preference i right to purchase his leased land at the highest bid offered at public auction. tp ail li There are many Imitations of T Witt's Corbollzed Witch Hazel Balve, hut Just one original. Sold by Tall man & Co. 700 MILES IX 12 PAYS. Mossoiiiier Makes Hound Trip on Foot from Toronto to New York. New York, Aug. 15. In 6ne hour less than 12 days, running most of the distaiiec of over 700 miles, T. J. Mc Aughey arrived In this city today from Toronto, Canada, bearing a message from the mayor of that city to the mayor of New York city. MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS BY USING SKIDOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS Crush and mix In feed or talt Proper dose In tablets Makes Your Stock Look Like the Top Price For Horiei, Cattle, Sheep, Swine and Fowls. They ire made from the active prtadple or the condenied euence of the drutf. They don't contain Sawdust, Aihee, Chop Feed or Bran . Are just aa Mood when 10 yean old ae when 10 daya old. They comply with all pure drnt lawi. Atk for and try once SKIDOO Condition Tablets, or SKIDOO Worm, Kidney, Chicken Cholera, Bliater, Cathartic, Heave. Fever, Hot Cholera, Diitemper, Pink Eye, Colic tablet! or U He Powder, Spavin Cure or Barb Wire Liniment. Diitrihntedby THE BLUE BELL MEDICINE CO., Incorporated) Capital Stock tsoo.ooo.ooi Watertown, South Dakota, U. g. A, FOR SALE BY O. F. OOLESWORTHY. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for young and old Is prompt relief for coughs, croup, hoarseness, whooping cough. Gently laxative. Guaranteed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. LOS AXtiELES RIHTIIPAY. t'nlifornla tity of Homes Founded 127 j Years Ago. j Los Augvlcs, Cal., Aim'. 15. The anniversary of the founding of Los j Angeles l y Spanish padres 127 years ago was celebrated today In the cus tomnry niantur by the Society la; IJeina de Los Angeles. ! Los Angeles had its origin on Aug ust 15, 1S71, when Felipe de Neve, governor of Alta California, arrived on the site of the present city, then marked by a collection of Indian huts, and gave to the redskin village the imposing name of El Pueblo de Nues trn Senora, la Helna de Los Angeles the Town of Our Lady, the Queen of the Angels. For many years the Spanish padre controlled the destiny of the town, and today's celebration centered about the Church of Our Lady of the Angels, on the PU.za, which was once the heart of the vil lage, in the old days of the vacquero and the guitar. One application of ManZan Pli Remedy, for all lorms of Piles, soothes, reduces Inflammation, sore ness and Itching. Price 50c guaran teed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen k Pros. Probo Lumlier Trust. St. Louis, Aug. 15.1 A hearing on the restraining order secured by 100 lumber companies, capitalized at J300.000.000, alleged to be Interested In the formation of a yellow pine lum ber trust, will be held Monday. Ac tions have been brought against the concerns under the Sherman anti trust act by the attorneys-general of Missouri, Kansas, Texas and Oklahoma. DeWitfs Little Early Risers, safe, easy, pleasant, sule, little liver pills. Sold by Tallman & Co. te A Smile All the While is the expression of enjoyment of those only in good health. You have never seen an ailing person smile the smile that means a smile. Ghirardelli's Cocoa builds up the tissues of brain and body and aids the young and old in.the enjoyment of real health, besides it pleases and delights the palate. 30 cups of a delicious drink 25c. Ask the grocer. BINGHAM WARM SPRINGS NOW WE-NA-HA SPRINGS -TiU"J"sT'f11 i. 14 A. This famous old Blue Mountain Resort, will be open June 15th, for the season of 1908, under the manage-' ment of J. A. BORIE, the new owner. Reads, Bridges, Buildings and equipment repaired and renewed, Hotel and dining-room service will be special feature, being under the care of the best steward and chef obtainable. Rates : $ 1 5.00 to $18.00 per week; $2.50 to $3.00 a day; Camping privilege $ 1 .25 a week each. For further particulars write to WErNA-HA SPRINGS J. A. BORIE Prop. GIBBON POST OFFICE UMATILLA COUNTY ORE. The Most Beautiful Homes Built Today, Are Being Made of Concrete Blocks. 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 Builder 3. S3J D. H. MAY Concrete stands unsurpassed for Basements, Foundations, Walls, Fences and Curbing. It looks better and lasts longer than stone. I will furnish you estimates for any claas of work on application. Cor.:i Rail road amd Willow Sts.