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TAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OltEGOMAX, PEXDLETOX, OKEGOX, TIUKSIUY, NOVEMBER 30, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. eventk Friday FARM NOW ASSl'REB FOR HERM1STOV IMUMECl 5 1 1 Iff Arthur I. DnvK Acting lirvtor of Reclamation Smlon, ln-mully Notifies Attorneys IjmvcII & Win ter of tlio Action Taken ly tin Ie IMiitnicnt. Formally announcing the determi nation of th.' Cnlted States reolama tiin service to set aside, money suffi n 3 aie at The Peoples Warehouse Ladies' i.le initial llamlkeivhiefs, each ISC 1 Te Kimona Flannel?, vard 1 It 10c bleached Mtisilin. yard 7lV si 1.00 fine fleeced white wool Ulankcts, pair JD.iJ'") 3.00 bearskin in ml, .croon and jrroy at, yard Jfv 1 ,," Ladies' $l-'-" union suits at, each !).")C 114 Fur Neck Scarfs at HALF PRICE 1.00 flowed Blankets, at pair ". 83c i;."c white linen Waistimrs at, yard 41)( ?l -" hemmed Bed Spreads, each 8C 40c Morrecn Skirting (black, navy, brown and red) yard 40c Heatherblooin Taffeta (black, navy, brown and ml) yard 2J)t MeS BeSt $25 SuitS for $19.30 50 late styles to choose from Men's $4.50 Stetson Hats for $3.65 s Ladies' Fall Coats Reduced. fil.r.O new fall Coats reduced to $1.').) .T5 new fall (.Vats reduced to $.4" 1 1.50 new fall Coats reduced to $).. sl.VOO new fall Coats reduced to 1 1.25 lv00 new fall Coats reduced to $14.(55 cient to erect In n suitable location upon the I'matHUi project an expert-j nient station, Arthur P.- Davis, chief engineer and acting director of the service has written Lowell & Winter of this city, through whom were for warded the petitions from Umatilla county by which the station was ask ed. Director Davis' letter refers to the visit of President Kerr of the state agricultural college through whose efforts the appropriation was largely secured and declares an appreciation of the enormous value to settlers up on the project of such a station through which to gain practical help in working out the problems Irri gation. Mr. Davis says: Washington, D. C, Nov. 20. 1!08. Messrs. Lowell & Winter. Pendleton, Oregon. Gentlemen: I am In receipt of your letter of November 16, enclosing u communica tion from the I'matilla Development league and various associations audi officials in favor of the establishment! Uf.ir Hermiston of an experiment sta-j lion, in order that settlers upon the lands may be taught to" handle the soil and applv the water and protect ! . ... . .. i the crops. I his orrice rully appre ciates the desirability of such demon stration and-has had under eoiisld- I etatlon the offer of the Oregon Ag ricultural college. Dr. W. J. Kerr, the president of ' the college, laid his plans before this office, and I take pleasure in stating that the reclamation service will be very glad to cooperate so far ns pos sible in this line, and will make suit able allotment for permanent im provements to this end. Very respectfully. A. P. DAVIS. Acting Director. LADIES, You Can Do Your IRONING for 1 CENT an HOUR No SmokeJ No Dirt No Ashes No Carrying Wood and Coal. JUST BURN GAS and use the new GAS SAD-IRON for $4.00 Saves Time, Temper, Trouble and Money. Always Ready for Use. Get the Sad-iron from W. J. CLARKE & CO. and the Gas from Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. EMU Orpheum Theatre J. P. MEDERNACH, Proprietor Change of Program Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. VTI1.1TY AM) FANCY l'Ol'l.TRY. s.0.00 new fall Coats reduced to i?-'".00 new fall coats reduced to S-'JO.OO new fall Coats reduced t . $1025 .$17.85 $18.75 Save Your Coupons Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade I Pure lHvil Stock IMNirahlc, Iut Mark-! I Injt mul Feathers Count for I Mule ' Wh.le it is always best to have pure .bred poultry, it is not well to lose1 i 'sight of the fact that the utility points most important! Absolutely New Pictures. Johnson's Orchestra will Play Evenings. Best Picture Machine Made. SHOWS AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS. Adults 10c, Children 6 to 10 years 5c, Children under 6 years, free. The STOCKMEN IKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR IS HIE IL10MNT5 industry, and his range. The number of stock allowed on the Hayden for. est for the season of 1909 is 6000 head of cattle and horses, and 240,000 head of sheep. How la Your PJtestlon? JTra. Mary Cowling of No. 228 8th , are generally the I consideration. The nearer the birds .approach the standard the more val I ue they are from a fancier's stand point, but unless one is a fancier, with the intention of exhibiting the, birds, etc., the Immediate returns, as I n gards meat and egg production, i will be more staisfactory from stock which, though It may not lie feath ,eied as thickly or perfectly, yet ans i wors better the utility requirement.1). ! Jt has been recently noticed In j some -instances that the bird have lost in plumpness of breast and In egg production tor tne reason tnat tne stock has been renewed by the In troduction of male birds purchased j from fanciers whose chief aim was to taktj prizes at exhibitions, and who wherefore produced birds that were; thickly and beautifully feathered. lacked certain qualities (is utility fowls. Care should therefore be used la I Till f nVta aln cr m n In til twin fit Imvl na Atrtru avenue, San Franclac, recommends; for natcninff to gce tnat tne gtork ,8 sne1 a remedy for stomach trouble, "Gratitude tpf the wonderful i . Xo more forcible demonstration or. as both sheep and cattleowners know s. uiuuiuue ivr me wonuenui i jngat an(j egg returns, control now exists tnrtl ""y e yo.ecieu. in me use, ...... i. ... -.i.o a. u ui ,,0Bsn,i M there fanciers who keep the value of ran with the national forests of the United States can be found than that afford ed by the meeting of the advisory board of the Carbon County Woo! growtrs' association, which was held at Rawlins, Wyo., October 29, to ar- of the range in which they have an equity, and there is no further neces sity for a sheepowner to go on to his summer range before It is ready for use against his best Judgment, In or der to hold it against some other sheepman. In 1908. the woolgrowers of Carbon range for the grazing of sheep upon . county, Wyoming, who were users of the Hayden national forest during the Hayden national forest, secured the season of 1909. The Hayden for- ; official recognition from the forest : sit'jated in southern Wyoming, fi part of 1t extending into Colorado, and has been one of the important summer ranges of the west, its open park and ridges among the timber Ix-irjg of particular value for the g.-azir g of livestock. Irs ra"t years, before the land in th Hayden forest was placed under administration, numerous conflicts took piace between the opposing llve ftoclc interests. The sheepmen found that these summer ranges were esen- ' un'lnii In QnnnloiinB .1 1 1 V. Ikn r.nr.i latlons and in the spring of 1907 the advisory board of their association, working In co-operation with the su pervisor of the national forest and other forest service officials, settled some very Important questions of range division, allowance, and graz ing periods during that year. IJOnrd'n Service Xwliil. This year, the services of the board were again requested by the supervi sor. It was pointed out that the tial to 'ho welfare of their business, I ranges within the forest were carrying and brought in their sheep in con. a greater number of stock than theyJ stantly increasing numbers. The cat. Ishould, with due regard to all inter tlerr.en who had previously occupied ( ests represented, that a reduction In the r -iuntry viewed these advances of ! the number allowed was necessary, the hh. ep with disfavor and alarm, and that an' equitable method of re- and range wars of the most s'-rlous ciiaract'-r occurred. The rivalry , nrnor.g the sheepowner themselves j v.as Hio keen, there were long hard ; rac-h for the choicest ranges, result- i ing in heavy losses of sheep and in still f jrther clashes. ' Condition JMirrcd. l':.der the administration of the for. : est service conditions have been ( iiai.ged for the better. There are no j enrour.ier between the two Interests, ! acute indigestion, prompts this testi monial. I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Elec tric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today." This great tonic and alterative medicine Invigorates the system, purifies the blood and Is es pecially helpful in ail forms of fe male weakness. 60c at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s drug stores. up In utility points as regards the This is easily are numbers of these points in view when developing their fowls. COFFEE Insist on the roaster's name; never mind the country it grew or is said to have grown in. V'jur KfO'l fti: lii f iiL.I..'.., f.c. our m-i'.ct it lull ll I duction should be established. The meeting of the board at Ilawllns was the result. There, the various mat ters were taken up and discussed, the amount of the reduction was decided upon, a satisfactory sliding scale to be followed In making the reduction in each individual case was establish ed; the grazing periods were changed to conform to the needs of the stock owners, while giving attention to the ptop"r protection of the forest Inter otK; changes In sheep driveways or trails were taken up and approved, and the short meeting resulted In a harmonious agreement whereby the stockowners received all considera tion requested by them, while the forest Inteests were fuliy protected. Under th old regime such an ag yeemrnt would have been impossi ble, for eah stockman would have been prompted by his desire for In-! dividual gain, rather than by a wish to promote the general welfare of his Notice of Fire Election. The members of the Pendleton fire department are hereby notified that there will be an election held in the council chambers on the evening of Monday, December 7, from 7 to 9 o'clock, at which time a chief, first assistant chief and second assistant chief will be chosen for the coming year. Signed, J. h. VAUGHAN, Chief. You can cu-re dyspepsia, Indiges tion, souf or weak stomach, or in fact any form of stomach trouble if you will take Kodol occasionally. Try 11 today on our guarantee. We know what it will do for you. Sold by Tall- man & Co. Notice to Debtors. All persons knowing themselves to be Indebted to me are requested to call and settle at once, H. M. SLOAN', Blacksmith. Houswkepplnjj Room. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent in East Oregonian building. Rooms thoroughly renovated; steam heat; electric lights, hot and cold water, with bath. Enquire at office. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup moves the bowels gently. Contains no opiates. It is pleasant to take, and children especially like the taste, so nearly like maple sugar. Sold by Tallman & Co. at Stark & Duke's 'Phone black I7l. poultry house. The Maid Knew a Thinjr or Two. "Madam," said the book agent as the door was opened by a very come ly'maid, "I am selling u new book on etiquette and deportment." "Oh, you are," she responded. "Go down there and clean the mud off your feet." "Yes'm," and he went. "As I was saying, ma'am," he continued as he came to" the door, "I am sell " "Take off your hat! Never address a strange lady at her door without removing your hat." "Yes'm." And off went the hat. "Now, then, ns I was saying " "Take your hands out of your pockets. No gentleman ever carries his hands there." "Yes'm," and his hands clutched at his coat lapels. "Now. ma'am, this work on eti " "Throw out your cud. If a gen tleman uses tobacco he Is careful not to dlsgunt others by the habit." "Yes'm," and the tobacco disap peared. "Now, ma'am," as he wiped his brow, "In calling your attention to this valuable " "Wait. Put that dirty handkerchief out of sight. I don't want your book, I am only the hired girl. You can come in, however, and talk with the lady of the house. She called me a liar this morning and I think she needs something of the kind. See the Twin-Dime Across the Street. THE NEW D I M D Moving Pictures Like Life Entire change of Program every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. Absolutely fire-proof and the best ventilated theatre in the city. A Better Show at the Same Price ADULTS 0c CHILDREN 5c The East Oregonian-Journal Pony Contest This Coupon Good for 5 Votes Before Nov. 28, 1 90 1 This vote to be counted for Name of Boy or Girl No Street R. F. D. Postoffice. Send fo the Pony Man, East Oregonian, Pendleton, Or. Dissolution Notice, Notice Is hereby given that the partnership between Fred Weber and (,'iiff Jielllnger, doing business under the name of Fred Weber company, in selling Hart Parr gasoline engines, is this day dlMMved by mutual consent. Cliff Bellinger retains the business. Fred Weber collects and pays all bills against said firm. All persons having claims against above company will Leav your orders for Xmai trees rpresent same within the next 30 days. FRED WEBER, CLIFF IBELLINQER. f Byers' Best Flour la made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread la Mur ed when DYERS' BEST FLOUR la used. Bran, Shorts, steam RoUed Barley always on hand. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. 8. BTER8, Proprietor.