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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY,. DECEMBKK 1, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. coughs KING OF CURES golds THE WONDER WORKER FOR THROAT DR. KING'S AND LUNGS nn nub ?nnn hud Ulk?liiJuLslju FOR COUGHS AND COLDS PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I had the most debilitating cough a mortal was ever afflicted with, and my friends expected that wheal I left my bed it would surely be for my grave. Our doctor pronounced my case incurable,' but thanks be to God, four bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery cured me bo completely that I am all sound and well MRS. EVA UNCAPHER, Grovertown, Ind. Price 50c and $1,00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Bottle Free TALLMAN CO. 3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. 1 ODD I'ELLOWS F.IJXT OFKICEKS FOR YEAU Market Day Draws Many People to Town New Citizens Arriving Son Rorn Wonuui Returns from An Exu'tkloil SomlHTn iyIy. C. T. I". Hold An Enthusiastic Mm-Insr. (Special Correspondence.) Fieewater. Ore., Nov. 30. The Freewater Odd Fellows lodge, No. 202, met Friday night and elected the fol lowing officer! for the next six month: Xoble grand, Geo. P. San derson; vice grand. J. H. Miller; sec retary, Alex Manela: Financial secre tary, S. J. Campbell; treasurer, R. H. Vanslyke. Market Day Draws Crowd. There was a large crowd in town yesterday attending the market day sale. A lot of hardware, cows and horses were sold and everything brought f'.ne prices. Dr. J. L. Goeller, assistant occulist of Dr. Schneller of Walla Walla, has purchased the property owned by M. H. Rice and has moved to Freewater with his family. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Romlna of Walla. JValla, spent Sunday in town, th guests $f Mr' anl Mrs. Geo. P. San derson, ..! x Key. Roy and Mrs. Hadley and son left this week for Rosalia, Wash. They I were accompanied by their brother. Merle Hadley, who intends to locate somewhere near his brother. William Hoon Is building a fine large barn on his ranch, a mile up the railroad track. G. L. Pearson has moved Into his fine rew residence on Railroad street, and S. R. Phillips, Freewater's new barber, has moved into the house va cated by Sir. Pearson. E. C. Kelly was over at Vincent this week from Punnyside looking after his Hudson Ray ranch. Rev. Mr. C'orneilson occupied the pulpit of the Prt-sbyterian church Sunday. Ed White Is putting a new $60 show rase into his store on Depot street. D. Hoskins of Hudson Ray, has moved into nix new home on the Wal l;t Walla river. Born To Mr. and Mrs. R. C. War ren, a son. Mrs-. A. S. Pearson has returned to her home after a long visit with rela tives in Texas. Mr. Pearson went to Pendleton to meet his wife. The W. C. T. V. held an enthusias tic meeting this wek with Mrs. Mat tie Taylor. Many plans were discuss ed for the future and a fine program was rendered. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Albert Hages. O. E. Phillips of the Hudson Ray country, will open a general store at Vincent In the lower part of the Grange hall. This store, until re cently, was run by Hadley and Hadley and it is a good business stand. Marked fr IVath. "Three years ago I was marked for death. A graveyard cough was tear ing my lungs to pieces. Doctors fail ed to help me, and hope had fled, when my husband got Dr. King's New Discovery," says Mrs. A. C. Williams of Rac. Ky. "The first dose helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds in weight and my health was fully restored," This medicine holds the world's record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases. It prevents pneumonia, pold under guarantee, at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s. 50c and II. Trial bottle free. MILTON BREVITIES. Growing Endowment for Columbia College. Milton, Ore., Nov. 30. William penee, w.hq is tne county commis sioner of .poknB ;ounty, was in town last week the guet of his brother. C. E. fJpPrtre. Rev. H. S. Shangle, who has been canvasing the Willamette valley in the Interests of a greater Columbia, Is home and reports grand success In his work. Several thousand dollars Is be ing subscribed. The subscription list now stands at 121.000. Stanley Yates of Pendleton, spent Thanksgiving with his cousin, Lloyd Yates. Quite a number of prominent Mil ton people attended the Sunday school convention held at College Place last week. The revival meetings which began on Friday night in the Christian church are well attended. Professor Kellum holds the attention of his au diences throughout the services and everyone is charmed with the soul stirring songs of Rev. Shaffer. Mrs. W. Cm. Rodda of Hermiston, i and Miss Verna Vanander of Echo, ! spent Thanksgiving with friends. ' Mrs. Otto Vanander, who has lived in Milton for some years, and who made many warm friends, both in lodge circles and in the church, was married last night In Walla Walla to Mr. S. Gray of that city. Rev. A. L. Thoroughman of the Methodist Epis copal church south , performed the marriage ceremony. Only the very near friends of the bride and groom were present. Rev. R. F. Harper, pastor of the Presbyterian church, left this week for Redmond, Ore., where he will hold evangelistic services. H. M. Coekburn attended a meeting of the board of directors of the third eastern Oregon Agricultural society, last week. Mr. Coekburn is the only director whose term does not expire this year. This Is Worth Reading. Leo F. Zelinski, of 68 Gibson street, Buffalo, X. Y.. says: "I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had, with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap plied this salve once a day for two days, when every trace of the sore was gone." Heals all sores. Sold un der guarantee at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s drug stores, 25c. RUN OVER AND KILLED BY A WATEIl WAGON The Dalles, Ore. Nov. 30. Run over with a wagon laden with water, Ab raham Dougherty of Moro, Sherman county, was killed Friday. Dougherty .... r . i. . ri i . near Moro, being engaged in hauling water. He got off the wagon to open the gate and after openlit!? the bar rier fell under the wheels of the 'wa gon and, the horses kept going, pull ing the wagon over him, full length, and not stopping until they reached another gate. Toward evening the Pinkerton family became alarmed at Dougherty's absence and upon insti tuting search found him dead where he was run ovpr by the wagon, Mrs. Moloney's Experience. Mrs. M. McRaney, Prentiss, Miss., writes: "I was confined to my bed for three months with kidney and bladder trouble, and was treated by two physicians but failed to got re lief. Xo human tongue can tell how I suffered, and I had given up hope of ever getting well until I began taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. After tak ing two bottles I felt like a new per son, and feel It my duty to tell suf fering women what Foley's Kidney Remedy did for me." Pendleton Drug Co. ROBBED TO FULFIL VOW. UHf,;:yrm S7 Where yon want il When yon want il Vtlil juu want iiwii h iiuii in some room in the house the lur- nace does not reach. It s so easy to pick up and carry a PERFECTION Oil Heater 'Equipped with Smokeless Device) to the room you want to heat suitable lor any room in the house It has a real smokeless device absolutely prevailing smoke or smell turn the wick as high as you can or as low as you like brass lont holds 4 quarts ol oil that gives out glowing heat lor 9 hours. Fin ished in japan and nickel an ornament anywhere. Every heater warranted. it tl Um, ler ttx u4nl m reader, il lira killunt. Heady Itlta dial nukattudripltaHin. Made al Wan. aiekd plalej J aaaiapaj Willi iht litest imprevcJ central tlrak luraer. Liay last warranto1. 11 m cmmI abaia Ox PcrbcbM Oil Hater m Rirt Lamp ins ymt dealer write to aur aeareat agcaey tor detcriatn eJreaUr. T1NUARD Oil. COMPART .A.mmiiMn.mt...uM fTi! Theory of C1ii-igo Man YIiom House Wn.H Entered. Chicago. John V. Clarke, president of the Hibernian Ranking association, has started the police on a still hunt for a burglar nemesis who, he believes robbed his residence Wednesday eve ning in execution of a vow made 12 years ago. At that timo Mr. Clarke surprised a burglar In his house. The robber was sentenced by Judge Winds to 12 years In the penitentiary. As he was leaving the court room he glared at Mr. Clarke and hissed: "I'll see you again as soon as I am free." . He was liberated a few weesk ago. This fact, coupled with the discrimi nation shown In choosing only easily pawned loot, convinced Mr. Clarke that the man who robbed his house this week Is an old-timer and Is prob ably the same one that robbed him before. Mrs. Clarke and Miss Mary Rend were dining on the floor below while the burglar ransacked the bedrooms of Mr. and Mrs. Clarke. He carried off loot valued at 12000, but a por tion, because of association, was con sidered priceless by the owners. Studio Now Open. W. S. Bowman Is now ready for business In his fine new studio. First class work at reasonable prices. Your photography work cordially solicited. For 8al. Fine chicken ranch. Coops and all buildings In good condition. Also 265 acres good wheat land adjoining. Enquire of Anton Nolte. Pendleton. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. DruggUits refund money If It fails to cure. E. W. OBjOVE'S sig nature la on each box. 25c. GUMPTION OX THE FARM. The farmer gets his crop out of tho ground, his money out of the crop, and his pleasure out of the money. Ijist call to fix up that pump so it won't freeze! Now that the election Is over let's all pitch in. do showel a road through tho drifts for that poor man or lone widow. It won't take long. The open-air treatment Is good for consumptives but it Isn't beneficial for farming machinery or tools. The Chinese try hard to pay all debts before New Year's day; and it Is a mighty good plan for all farmers to follow. If the wire fences are tightly strung loosen the wires somewhat to pre vent their being snapped by frost. Do it tomorrow. Somehow or other we have a good deal of respect for the man who keeps the walks clear of snow, whatever faults he may have. Did you ever stop to reflect that a cat or a dog loves Its home just as well as, or perhaps better than you do? Then don't take It away, unless you give It a better home. Anxiety Is the worst feeling In the world; yet men who stay late In town, or who loaf long in the saloons, never know the worry of the watching, waiting wife or mother. Work up all old fence rails, useless boards, dead trees and limbs out of the orchard into stove wood. This will keep the farm free of litter and help solve the fuel question. Give the hoys something practical, such as a box of carpenter's tools, a soldering set, or a drawing outfit, Instead of guns, drums and toy pis tols. Teach creative not destructive force. December Farm Journal. A Personal ApiH-nl. If we could talk to you personally about the great merit of Foley's Hon ey and Tar, for coughs, colds and lung trouble, you never could be Induced to experiment with unknown prepara tions that may contain some harm ful drugs. Foley's Honey and Tar costs you no more and has a record of 40 years of cures. Pendleton Drug Co. Dissolution Notice. Xotice Is hereby given that the partnership between Fred Weber and Cliff Bellinger, doing business under the name of Fred Weber company, In selling Hart Parr gasoline engines, Is this day disolved by mutual consent. Cliff Bellinger retains the business. Fred Weber collects and pays all bills against said firm. All persons having cialms against above company will present same within the next 30 days. FRED WEBER, CLIFF BELLINGER. Read the East Ortffonlaa. Nearly everybody knows DeWltt's Little Early Risers are the best pills made. They are small, pleasant, sure Little Liver pills. Sold by Tallman & Co. Artistic Photography for Presents. Before making your Christmas of fering be sure and call at the Wheel er studio and see some of the later things Ir. artistic photography things fiat are nice and make appreciable gifts. Don't put this off until It is too late, as It takes a little time to produce high class work, A pill In time that will save nine Is Rings Little Liver Pill. For bilious ness, sick headache, constipation. They do not gripe. Price 25c. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Notice o Patrons Berlin Dye Works. Owing to a temporary injunction served on me, am unable to call for your work. In a few days case will he settled and I will conduct my bus iness as before. BERLIN DYE WORKS, E. K. Lorlmer, Prop, DeWitt's CarbnlUed Witch Hazel Salve. Best salve for burns, scratch es, and hurts. It Is especially good for piles. Sold by Tallman & 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. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in Uiia country most dangerous because: fo decep tive. Manysuoien deaths are caused by it heart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure or f- apoplexy are often mm the result of kid ney disease. II kidney trouble is u allowed toad vance thekidney-poison. V ed blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the Icidiieys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys. If you are feet ing badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, thi great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It correct 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 Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cores of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and Is sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle e-f 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 writing mention reading this generous offer uj this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the natne.Swamp. Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on ever bottle. The guiding Light To the Glove Buyer Your self respect will appreciate the correct styles of these Gloves. raw 4& WHEN you go VV to the clove courv ter remcmbrr that jfySi t!ic best gloves are invariably 'jvvy the r.ost economical. Ask f or FbWNES 'Gloves Fincst skins; best colors; pre cise workmanship and one hundred and thirty years of experience arc some of the T7 reasons for supremacy. 'vVM Soid by oood itorts everywhere rovvnes y r '.Vv.."l AAJOK 'KVKr unacr uny oir.cr nmc tnn "FoW.".( y'",',V .-v Alexander's Dep't. Store Sole Agents A Daily Occurance Passengers arc delighted with the service and treatment on our ...Four Transcontinental Trains... Complete in Every Respect PULLMAN PALACE AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS. DINING CARS WITH A LA CARTE SERVICE. HEATED AND LIGHTED BY MOST MODERN METHODS. Between West and East Any passenger representative of tho company Is prepared to quote fares and give other Information. All Inquiries gladly answereJ. W. ADAMS, AGENT, PENDLETON, OREGON' A. D. CH ARLTON, A. G. P. A , Portland,Or. A Bargain in Grand Ronde Valley Lands 240 acres three miles northwest from town of Union Oregon. Forty acres in alfalfa, all adapted to alfalfa. 200 acres in cultivation. Water right goes with land forjirrigation and stock watering purposes, lmile tojgood school. On Main line of Central Railway of Oregon, connecting with O. k. & N. at Union Station. On'phone line. Improvements on land, good hay and stock barn, corrals and outbuildings, all under good fence. On'main county road to Union and also to Hot Lake. This is the best bargain in the valley at 50.00 per acre." 3S0O.0Ojcash, balance one, two and three years eightfper cent interest.1 This, offer will hold good for thirty days. Call on or address a B. F. Wilson, Union, Ore. Farm for Sale Half section of good wheat land for sale, 111,000; house and barn, good well, good orchard, some alfalfa ground. Nine rr.iles from Pendleton, iM miles to warehouse. Must sell before 80 days. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2E. Court St.." Pendleton, Ore.