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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAJT, PENDLETON, OREGON. SAT I'll DAY, MARCH 20, 1900. EIGHT TAGE&. Ill TOGETHER II I US WILL ORGANIZE A COl'XTY THHBSHKKS' ASSOCIATION Will Mvt Xext Saturday Afternoon OiU Issued by Orfpm Threshers Association Sik-Ii Meetings Ita-lng Held in All Counties of tlio State Owners of Machines Will Become Honorary Members 1.1st of Men Invited. A call has been Issued for a meet ing of all the threshing machine men of Vmatilla county to be held In this city, next Saturday afternoon. The call is issued by the Oregon Thresh ers' association under whose direc tion meetings are being held In the different counties throughout the state. All farmers having threshing acre age are also invited to attend as It Is stated that it Is the purpose of the threshers' association to work In en tire harmony with those whose in terests are allied with the industry. The principal object of the meeting Is to form a county organ'zatlon and the farmers wo own no machines will be eligible to honorary membership in the organization. The following is a copy of the call which has been Issued and which ex plains the purposes of the meeting: Portland, Ore., March 20, 1909. Gentlemen: Next Saturday afternoon, the 27th, at 1 p. m., the state officers of the Oregon Threshers' association will meet with the threshers of Vmatilla county at the county court house at Pendleton for the purpose of organ izing a County Threshers' association, these associations are being formed all through Oregon for the purpose of bettering threshing conditions as may seem to be for the best interest of the membership. One of the principal lines of work is the obtaining of bet ter roads and Improved bridge con struction, which will meet with the approval of every taxpayer in this county. There are over 70 threshing outfits owned In Umatilla county, worth at least $3000 each, making an aggre gate of over $200,000 worth of ma chinery connected with this very im portant Industry, yet same has never had a head of any kind or been in a position to carry out much needed re form. The following Is a list of some of those in the business who have been Invited to attend the meeting: Pendleton. Henry Bimont, E. D. Turner, C. J, Hanscom,- Chas. H. Kelson, Wm. Schwandt, Thos. Kerr, B. F. McElroy, Joe Bimont, Joseph nSyder, Joe Hanscom, Otto Reimann, Chas Sem ple. Wm. Roberts, L. F. Anderson, G. E. Elgin, W. W. Gillette, Thos. Myers, Donald Robertson, Jno. A. Molstrom, Jno Bahr. Pilot Rock. Robt. Belike. Gus Belike. A. F. Michael, Thomas Jaques, John Harri eon. Milton. F. J. Beale, Harder Bros., TV'. W. Raymond, Wm. Vonderate, C, W Bteen. M. Cockburn, Mm. Mclftnley, Frank Steen. O. F. Wilson, J. Con rad, R. R. I Cha. Demaris, F. W .Vonderate, A. C. Cockburn. Weston. James A. King, JVn N. Vancil, J, J Morton. J. M. O'Harra. Ernest March. L. E. Wells, Geo. W. Staggs, Trojan Tucker. Robt Still, J. W. York, J. H. Key, i' Attwnrt. Ed Clemhions, 3. B. Bryan, E. A. Dudley, C. McCullough, Chas. Brotherton. Orlando Hodgen. Brune Barrister, Louis Bergevtn, C. M. Hor- laugh, Jno. Bill & Son. Helix. Barger Bros., Frank Brotherton, J. E. Ringle, I. X. Lonest. Adams. Lemry Bros., Joseph Wright. R F. Johnson, Thos Narkons, Erigirsoni J. A. (iurgiii, Holdman. V. ii. Peterson, Dale. W. J. Wattenberger, Echo. All farmers having threshing acre age are invited to attend and will be made honorary members of the asso ciation without cost as It Is the pur pose of theassociatlon to work in en tire harmony with those whose Inter ests are allied with the Industry. In May they are to hold a big state convention at Portland when men of national reputation will be present from the east to discuss pertinent sub Ji.cw. Very respectfully, PHILIP S. BATES, Secretary- UNWRITTEN LAW" FREES TOW ELL AT ALU ANY Albany, Or., March 19. "Not guil ty" was the verdict of the Jury last night In the case of Charles J. Powell, charged with murder In the first de gree. Ho thus stands acquitted on the grounds of Justifiable homicide, for the killing of Homer Roper, near Brownsville on January 28. The "unwritten law" entered quite largely Into the trial and was pre sented as one of the rights of an American to protect his family. The case went to the Jury at S:45 yesterday afternoon and at 6 the Jury announced that it had reached a ver dict. The large crowd had gone home and there were only a few persons In the courtroom to see the dramatic close of the most sensational case In Linn county In years. Judge Burnett and Powell's family were summoned and court was con vened. The verdict was handed to Judge Burnett by A. H. Hudson, fore man of the Jury. When Deputy Clerk Marks read It Powell was al most overcome with emotion. For several moments he was unable to speak. Sheriff Smith stepped to his side and supported him until he re gained his composure. His first words were: "Thank God." Then, after a few moments, he shook hands with the Jurymen and thanked them for their decision. Powell was at once released from custody and returned with his fam ily to their hotel. 1 S ADAMS CITIZEN AFFLICTED WITH PAINFUL ACCIDENT Mr. J. T. Lletmlleii lias Dunes In His Wrist Broken While Leading a Horse Comes to Pendleton for Treatment Mr. Halo and wife Return After Visit in Walla Walla General Coming and Going of Citizen!) Is Recounted. It Saved nis Leg. "All thought I'd lose my leg," writes J. A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis., "Ten years of eczema, that 15 doctors could not cure, had at la3t laid me up. Then Bucklin's Arnica Salve cured It sound and well." In fallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Bolls, Fever Sores, Burns Scalds, Cuts and Piles. 25c at Tall man & Co.; Pendleton Drug Co. Lawyer Patrick of perennial fame now pleads to be executed if the courts cannot release him from imprisonment The plea, if sincere, might point a moral as to the efficacy of capital punishment. There are worse things in this world. For Diseases of the Skin. Nearly all diseases fcf the skin, such as eczema, tetter, salt rheum and barbers' Itch, are characterized by an intense itching and smarting, which often makes life a burden and dls turbs sleep and rest. Quick relie may be had by applying Chamber Iain's Salve. It allays the itching and smarting almost instantly. Many cases have been cured by Its use. For sale by all good dealers. (Special Correspondence.) Adams, Or., March 18. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lleuallen went to Pendleton Monday where they will remain for a week. Mr. Lleuallen will stay at the hospital so as to have proper care for his hand. He w-as leading some of his horses out of the barn to water a few days ago and some how got his hand attached and one bone In his wrist was broken. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hale returned to their home In Adams after spend ing a few days with friends in Walla Walla. They made the trip In their auto. J. J. Ralston of Walla Walla Is the guest of R. Green. Mr. Robins of the Pendleton East Oregonlan was a business visitor In Adams Wednesday. Miss Lucy Lleuallen was a Pendle ton visitor Friday. Mrs. Childenon and children from Pasco, ahe the guests of Mrs. P. J. Hale of Adams this week. F. B. Blake went to Athena Tues day, on business. A. Arp went to Walla Walla Wed nesday on business. T. Rosenvelt, from Pendleton, was I a Adams visitor Tuesday. Mr. Lin and E. Knight of Athena, are transacting business In Adams Thursday. Mrs. F. Reld returned to her home on the ranch east of Adams after visiting a few weeks In Salem, Ore., with friends. G. O. Richardson who went to Pendleton a month ago for h'.s wife's health and whom he says is improv ing daily, came up to Adams on No. 8 and went to Pendleton on No. 7. W. Owens, the city marshal of Ad ans, was a Pendleton visitor Mon day. J. E. Owens of the Inland M. Co., went to Pendleton Thursday on busi ness. Mrs. P. Murray and daughter Edith were Pendleton visitors Thursday. Sultan Will Likely Die. Constantinople, March 19. An in vestigation by the United Press today reveals the fact that Sultan Abdul Hamid is In a precarious condition and that his death will occur in the near fueure is regarded as certain. PILES CURED IX 6 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60u. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medi cine. Cures backache and irregular ities that If neglected might result In Bright's disease or diabetes. Koeppen & Bros. Electric Vacuum Garpet Cleanin The Only Satisfactory Way We now have the best, most practical and most satisfactory CARPET CLEANER in the world. It is a vast improvement over the one we used last year. To see it work and note the perfection of its work is to be convinced of its superiority over any other machine or process. It does the work quickly and is out of your way. It spares you from household horrors such as hav ing your carpets torn up and ruined by beating, having the dust settle on everything, having the house upset for a week, walking around on noisy, bare floors, and avoids the danger of carpets returning home infected with disease germs resulting from contamination with infected carpets. It gathers the dust, germs and all foreign matter into the vacuum tank and is then removed away from the home. We do your work with a positive guarantee that if it is not satisfactory we make no charge. We are not strangers traveling around collecting for work not proven by the test of time, but Rader's guarantee of sat isfaction is well known and appreciated by Pendleton people. Let us do your work, save you worry, save your car pets, save your time, save your temper, save your home from the dust and save your carpets from the grit. Many carpets are worn and cut out by the dust, dirt and grit that accumulates in them. You would be surprised to see the amount of dirt taken from your carpets. Don't neglect them. It's a false economy. Yours for satisfaction, M. A. RADER THE FURNITURE AND CARPET MAN New Treasury Assistant. Washington, March 19. It was of ficially announced today that Charles D. Morton of Chicago, will succeed Louis A. Coolidge of Massachusetts, as assistant secretary of the treasury- Foley's Honey and Tar Cures eoughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and expels colds. Get the genuine la , a yellow package. Koeppen & Bros. "My three year old boy was badly constipated, had a high fever and was In an awful condition. I gave Wm two doses of Foley's Orino Laxative and the nf-xt morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well. Foley's Orino Laxative saved his life." A. Wolkush, Casimer, Wis. Koeppen & Bros. New Tungsten Lamp Burns at any angle. Three times as much light for the same money. The old 32-can-dlo lamp consumes 110 watt per hour.. . The new 32-can-dle lamp consumes 40 watts per hour. See J. L. Vaughan 112 West Court Street. NOTICE To Auto Owners and Stationary Gaso line Engine Owners. - . 1 am prepared to do all kinds of repair work. Overhauling motor cars a specialty. All makes of cars are given the same attention at my shop. I have a first-class machine shop and all modern ma chinery; "Good work and cordial treatment" is my motto. Pendleton Auto Co., B. F. Tromley OUR 15c COUNTER CONTAINS Clothes Brashes, Horse. Brashes, Cloth Backs, 50 lb. Spring Balances. Butcher Knives, 2-ft. Rules, Dairy Thermometers, JiO-ft. Wire Cloth Lines, Dover Egg Beaters. OUR 10c COUNTER CONTAINS. 8-in Mill Files, Extension Curtain Rods, Hammers, St.-ak Poumlers, Sad Iron Handles, Funnels, Pulleys, Kitchen Knives. OUR m COUNTER CONTAINS Varnish Brashes, Lamp Burners, 3 to C-in Hand Saw Files, Pan Cako Turners, Hammer Handles, Funnels, Curry Combs, etc. THE WONDER STORE PESPAIN & BONXEY. XEXT IKK) It TO P. O. Manure for Hcrmlston. All parties having manure that they wish to pet rid of ran do po by haul ing it to the gas plant property, where help will be furnlFhe'l to unload It. It will be chipped to Ilermiston to be ued as fertilizer. NEWPORT LAND & CONSTRUC TION CO. A Pleasant I'hynlc. When you want a pleasant physic pivc Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv er Tablets a trial. They are mild and gentle in their action and always pro duce a pleasant cathartic effect. Ca.l at all good dealers and get a free darnple. MAKE A NOTE OF THIS. I We have just received a carload of 7-foot side walk lumber. Now is the time to repair that sidewalk by buy ing the lumber ready cut, you save waste. Look over your sidewalk, find out just what you need, and we will gladly tell you the cost and fur nish you the material promptly and at the right price. ...Pendleton Lumber Yards... If you are in need of a carpenter, phone us .51 GRAND THEATRE THE "ALWAYS LEADS" All week, commencing Monday, March 22nd. Special Added Feature ANGELA MAY The Beautiful Young Comic Opera Contralto. Ablated by J. LOUS MACETOY Lyric Comedian. The Musical Comedy Skit "A BABY GRAND" Introducing Imitations of Anna Held In connection with the latest and best Motion Pic tures and Illustrated Songs. We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c Usual Matinees. Orpheum Theatre J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. Polite Vaudeville and Up-to-Date Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs. Program Changed 3 Times Weekly. Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Special Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Afternoons. New Faces Every Monday. Read the Eaat Oregonlan.