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DAILY BAST ORE rjO.MAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TIESDAV, WX'FMIIEK 29, 1808. PAGE THREE. E GHOULS Ml Q i W0F GUBES WALLA WALLA TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN $9400 THE DR. KING'S TWO SEPARATE COMPANIES HAVE HF.ICV ORGANIZED I RY Echo Wool Scouring AhhocIuIIoii Huh a Cupltal SKH'k or $25,000 While tho Rohh Scouring Mill Huh a Cap ital 8tK'k of $50,000 .Many I'rom iniiit Men oil tlio Hoard of Dlroo-tor. Following upon tho organization '61 thn Eoho Wool Mcourlng asHOclatlon with a capital wtock of $25,000 in thlB city liiHt evening at tho offices of Car ter & Smythe, the Robs Scouring Mills company wan organized at tho same place today with a capital stock of $50,000. Thomas UosH, head of the llona mlllx, which were formerly lo- catml near Portland, Is present and manager of tho now company; J. N, BurgesH, of the Cunningham Sheep & Land company; John Kilkenny, l)lg Hhecpman from Morrow county, and Robert Stanfleld and Joo Cunha of E'ho, lire the other directors and will have tho control T the manage niont of the concern. According to the "plans of operation on Indicated In the East Oregonlan some tlmo since, Mr. Roes will move his mHl to Echo at once and a mill building will be erected upon tho site of 16 lots which has been donated by tho town of Echo. Tho plant will Hie completely equip ped for handling the clip of 1909, and will comprise tho largest wool scour ing plant west of Iloston. It will em ploy 60 men ntid will handle 5,000, 000 pounds Ter Reason. The build Ing will he a frame structure, sheath cd In corrugated Iron and three stor It In height, rt will cover a space 30x100. There will ho a warehouse of 50x200, anrtther of 50x100, an office 1ulldlng of '24x36 and a power plant in a room T6xl6. Tho Wool Scouring association or ganlzed last night subscribed a stock of $25,000, which will be Used In moving tho Ross mill to Echo, and in putting tip the new1 buildings and op crating the plant. In consideration of this the srourlng association Is given stock in the Ross company and given the four directors above named. who will have supervision of the en tire business. j At the meeting last night the scour lng association elected the following trustees: A. B. Thomson of Echo, W. N. Slufdier of Xolln, and A. A. Cole of Pilot KKk. At the meeting some $3000 was raised to complete the flnnncing of the association. The men present at last night's meeting were It. N. Rtanfirld, Asa Thomson, Anton Vey, Joo Cunha, Frank Pedro, J. C. Hosklns, F. T. George and E. II. Brown of Bcho, and A. A. Cole and L. K Mann of Pilot Rock, and W. N. Plusher and Dan P. Smythe of this city. A Personal Appeal. If we could talk to you personally about tho great merit of Foley's Hon' cy and Tar, for coughs, colds and lung trouble, you never could be Induced to experiment with unknown prepara tlons that may contain some harm ful drugs. Foley's Honey and Tar costs you no more and has a record of 40 yeara of cures. Pendleton Drug Co. COST OF TAIT INAUGURAL. More Money Will bo S(Knt Than on Airy IYcvIohs OtTOHlon. Waslngton, I). C If money has anything o do with making an In auguration a suocess, that of Presl-dint-elect William H. Taft, on Mar. ch 4 next, will be the greatest this country has ever seen. Already Chairman Alles, of the finance committee, has in his posses sion a guaranteo fund of $75,000, which Is $12,000 larger than the total FOR 0E9S and GOLDS AftJD ALL THROAT DISEASES . . . . . OLMM GOD! mi AND LUNG I PREVENTS Two years ago a aevere cold etttled on my lung? and so completely prostrated me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to staad. I then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and after using ont bottle I went back to work, as well as I ever was." W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Tenn. PRICE 50c AND X TALLMAN & CO. 2k SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY You are cordially invited to join the ...California.. Mid-Winter Excursion to be given under the auspices of Walla Walla Commercial Club THE PEXDLETOX DRVU CO. amount received four years ago, and it Is erpected that (before the contri bution ceases the fund will be consid erably larger than at present. The chief source of revenue for the return of this guarantee fund fc? the Inaugural ball, tvhlch brought in ?46, 000 four years ago, while the Income from the reviewing stands was about $20,000. It Is expwted that there will be at least 200,000 visitors to Washington at Inauguration time, be tween 75,000 and 100,000 of whom w 111 be cared for outside of hotels. How One Doctor Successfully Treats Pneumonia. "In treating pneumonia," says Dr, W. J. Smith of Sanders, Ala,, "the only Temedy I use for the lungs Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. While of course, I would treat other symp toms with different medicines, I have used this remedy many times In my medloril practice and have yet failed to find a case where It has not con trolled the trouble. I have used It mywTT, as has also my wife for coughs and nolds repeatedly, and I most will ingly and cheerfully recommend it as superior to any other cough remedy to my knowledge." For sale by all good dealers. Won Virginia Lawyers. Huntington, W. Va., Dec. 29. With a program of addresses, discus sion .and official reports, the twenty- fourth annual session of the West Virginia Bar association was opened here this morning. The principal ad dress of the convention will he de livered this evening hy Chief Justice Simeon K. UaMwIn of the Connecti cut Supreme Court of Errors, whose suhct will he "The Narrowing Cir cle of Individual nights." Tills Is Worth Reading. Leo F. Zellnskl, of 88 Olbson street. Buffalo, N. T., says: "I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklen'a 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 ft Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s drug stores, 25c. llaclng In FlorMn. Tamrpa, Fin., Dec. 29. Over 200 horses, Including some top notchers, are now here In training for the sixty- day racing meet which opens Febru ary 3, in connection with Florida Mid winter Fair. The closing of the Ha vana meet, placed nearly 100 horses here, and more than that number have 'been shipped In from other track. When the Furnace Fails .f. 4 4 GOSSIP OF 'THE KIXG. (By Knox Blockoff.) New York. The fight fans or the Blue Grass region must he easy marks If they fall from the frameup that hns been fixed for Thursday evening at Lexington, Ky. Marvin Hart and Mike Schreck, those old heavyweight war horses, will furnish the amusement. There is to he twenty roundH of It, and It ought to be a screech. Hart and Schreck once -fought In the concert hall of Madison Square Garden, and pulled off about the big gest farce ever seen In the metropolis. Neither man displayed as much sci ence or cleverness as would be ex pected of a brawling washerwoman. Hart and Schreck are about the .big gest Jokes In the pugilistic world. It 1: likely that Bill Squiros, the Aus tralian "wonder," could lick both of them. Sad Day for "Has Becns." These are sad days for some of the t( rmer jfars of pugdom. Joe Gang !; being sued for $5,000 damages be cause he allowed his automobile to run over a woman in Baltimore. Aurello Herrera. the Mexican scrap per who once cut some Ice In the lightweight division, was recently ac cused by his wife of having an "af finity," and Mrs. Herrera was. grant ed a divorce 1n consequence. Aurelin now lives In California. Some of the burnings epistles from his affinity were read In court, and rendered the atmosphere so torrid that the win dows had to be opened. The letters of the affinity were written from Boston. "Kid, I love you so, kid," she wrote. "You was so good to me and I Just happen to bo dead stuck on you." Ten million kisses were conveyed to the pugilist, and his sighing corre spondent told him she had said to her friends, "There wasrt't any girl who would not love her kid." Herrera now keeps a saloon in Bakersfleld. Ills wife testified he had not contributed to her support for more than a year. She wns granted n divorce. Kecord for HocelptH. Hcent discussions as to the re ef Ipt of various big fights has re sulted In the discovery that the larg est gate record In America was that at Goldfield when Gans defeated Bat tling Nelson on a foul after forty-odd ruunds, the amount reaching $69, 71", of which the fighters received $33, 500. However, Nelson and Gans Void the record only by a narrow margin, for the memorable fight botween Jeff and Tom Sharkey at Coney Island, which the hollermaker won on a -decision by the late Georger Slier at the end of wenty-five hard rounds, db;ew a gate of $66,300, of which the men got $36,465 and Jeffries $21,870. GREAT ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN'. May Ijo Made of Cat Inland In the Mississippi .Sound. Xew Orleans. To make of Cat Isl and, a large tract In Mississippi Sound, unoccupied for years, a great zoological garden and faunal breed ing place, Is the intention of well known gentlomen of New Orleans and Boston, who have practically com pleted negotiations for the purchase of the property, as announced by Frank M. Miller, president of the Louisiana division of the Aubudon society, who will likely be president or the purchasing company. Mr. Miller states that Captain Will iam Sprinkle, game warden of tha National Aubudon societies, will be placed in charge of the island. For a Lame Back. When you have pains or lameness in the back bathe the parts with Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day, massaging with the palm of the hand for five minutes at each application. Then dampen a piece of flannel slight ly with this liniment and bind It on over the seat of pain, and you may bo surprised to see how quickly the lameness disappears. For sale by all good dealers. High living often brings the life to a low level. To leave Walla Walla by Special Train Friday, January 15, 1909 at 11:45 p. m. via The Oregon Railroad Navigation Company and Southern Pacific Company This rate includes railroad ticket for the round-trip, and berth in sleeping car for the going trip. Side trips provided for in the itinerary, and all meals from the hour of departure Friday night, January 15th, un til arrival in Los Angeles, 5:45 p. m. Friday, January 22nd are also included. Berth reservations can be made through O. R. & N. ticket agents. A deposit of $20.00 will be required for each ticket. Call on or address R. Burns, District Passenger Agent O. R. & N., Walla Walla, Wash., or . F. SCHUYLER, Agent PENDLENON. MJC AT THE ...Dutch Henry Feed Barn... On many a cold winter morning you will wake to find the fires "out" What are you going to do about it shiver ? Prepare now (or the emergency with a PERFECTION 0U Beater (Equipped with Smokeless Device) and you'll have genial, glowing heat instantly wherever you want it without smoke or imell smokeless de vice prevents turn the wick as high or as low as you like. Easily carried about Brass (ont holds 4 quarts ol oil burns 9 hours. Handsomely fin ished in japan and nickcL Every heater warranted. JSsy&Lamp make cheery lite long ' evening brilliant, atudy linkl lor rr.fjms ar mh lag. Made ol brau. nickel plated and equipped with the Weal laaprrrtd central drib turner. 'Erery lamp warranted". I yew dealer doem't carry die PerlecUea) Oil Heater mi Ray. Laaap, write ur ntireat agency lor deatriptive circular. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Iacorf.t-at.d) jj Satorday , Jan, 9 09 l.Ml'OSSMM.B. rtifl liny fur swiMrltiK off la near. When reformation llirills; 0! would tli.it It wore possible To swenr off pnytntr bllK Tito Kcsurrwtioii. (From "Success Magazine." "See here!" demanded the Indig nant subscriber, "this obituary notice Is ell wrong. I'm not dead!" "If the Herald nays you're dead," sternly replied the editor, "you're dead. But." he added magnanimous ly, "if you don't like being dead, we'll print your birth notice." I At 2 o'CIock. 8 Head Work Horses, weight 1100 to 1300 lbs, age 3 years to 10 years. 3 Yearling Colts. 1 Rubber-Tired Buggy.