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lira notes L,wy of mwmm THE NEW ARRIVALS COME FROM MANY STATES Men of Technical and Business Train. . lnff Loentc- on ttio rroJ-t Hermls Un Jtawcnnll Team Getting Ready for IYmlleton Export to Turn Last Score Oilier End To Social and Personal Events Recorded. ' (Special Correspondence.) Hermlston, Mnrch 20. The Hermls i.n,.i.iiil rluh tilaved Its first " - - game of the season last Sunday against a team of veteran players from Pen dleton and the local boys made an excellent showing. The score was 13 to 6 In Pendleton's favor, but this does not tell the whole story. The ability of the local team to hit the ball, the wonderful showing of Her mlston's buttery and the excellent hearty support of the local fans these were the main features of the game. It Is safe to say that when Hermls ton meets Tendleton later In the sea son with a practiced team, Captain Bartlett's men will turn this score the other end to. Among the many who have arriv ed In Hermlston this wek are E. T. rviKUnen. wife and child, whose for mer homo was Chicago. Mr. Erlsksen was here about a year ago, at wnicn time he purchased two 8-acre tracts udjolnlng Ilerm'ston on the south, one of which was set to fruit trees and seeded to vetch and alfalfa last spring th, nthrr reserved for the crec tlon of a modern new dwelling and the remaining portion for a vine yard. Oliln Arrival. William Renard. who arrived from Marietta, O., the first of the week has lmoii iiiHix-ctlTia the lands under tne project and Is more than pleased with the Indications that spell success for this cast territory that Is to be rapia ly brought to a high point of cult! vatlon. Mr. Renard expects to pur chase an orchard tract and remain, rnnitnir from Xorlli Dakota. A. W. Gray, lawyer and newspaper mnn of abll'.tv .Is here from Kenmore vrth lmkotn thoroughly Investl- emlnir thn opportunities offered set Hor Mr. Gray considers Hermlston nn iinmtiinllv nromlslng new city, and the project the future home of thou sands of prosperous fruit growers and agriculturists. He expects to Invest in nrrcairo property at once and in all probability will engage In business In this city. Social and personal. Mrs. E. P. Dodd entertained at cards Tuesday evening In compliment to Mm. Dodd's sister. Miss Bertha Ah.rnnilnr of Ppndleon. W. P. Llttlefield of the mercantile firm nf Llttlefield & Strohm company left Friday morn'.ng for Portland to nlnre an order for additional slocK. Mm .Tamos Cent arrived Thursday on No. 1 from Peoria, Illinois, to Join hir husband, who has been a resi dent of the project for several mnniiia hnvlna: erected the first riu-oitinir on th tract south of the rltv. known as Hermlston Orchards. E. Adams, wife and family, arrived from Baker City Thursday and are looking over the city and project with a vliw to becoming permanent citi zens. Mr. Adams expressed himself a irreatlv pleased with the outlooK nn,i innlia imon Hermlston as a live wlrr. Miss Jessie Yates and Miss Ivy Mc Clelland gave a St. Patricks party Wodnesdav evening at the'r apart ments at Hotel Oregon. Green and the color scheme which -an. nffectlvelv used. Whist was the order of the evening, Miss Inlta Klrk- patrlck receiving the ladles' prize ana r w W. Schlecht the gentlemen's. Among the many visitors on the project this week has been J. W. Mcr--im a-hn comes from North Dakota to seek a home In this equitable and healthful climate. Mr. Merrltt is sur-n-.iotttiv .atlsfled with Hermlston and tHfilnltv tn haVA decided to remain horn nnri mnke t his home, and num thn enthusiastic believers 1n a magnificent future for the entire Hermlston valley. s s. Puirh. son' of J. A. Pugh, who has been a resident of Hermlston for nmo lime, arrived Monday from Ma riPtta O.. and will remain, being well satWed with this location for a home spot. THAT COLD Quickly Ended with REXALL Gold Tablets and THAT COUGH STOPS at once with CHESTNUT LEAF EXPECTORANT No waiting. THE Pendleton DRUG COMPANY Get the Best. Pay no More. ED STRAHON AGENT STANDARD OIL CO. Express and delivery prompt i. .tended to. Leave orders at Pendleton Drug Co. Phons eou FOR AWO ALL DISEASES pdeudod "Two years ago a severe unable to Zk aS-Scely able after using one bottle I went back PRICE 50C TALLMAN & CO. RECORD RENTAL trice FOK WHEAT ACREAGE Mrs. iHalK'Ha Taylor Rents Her Wheat Farm for An Advance of $10 an Aero Per Summer Tallow Crop Contract for Six Years and Pay ments In Cul Sho Is Removing to Washington Personal Mention. (Special Correspondence.) Athena. Ore.. March 19. Mrs. Isa bella Taylor has purchased a farm n(..ir Pullman. Washington, and ex pects to make her home there in the future. Mrs. Taylor owns a nrsi uhin ranch here wnicn sne hna r,.iiti'd for a cash rental of $10 per acre per summer-fallow crop, tne w.nun roverlnir a period of six years. Mrs. Taylor Is shipping her stock and ii,ni.hnld coods to her new home anu 1 her self as being well pleas ed with her new home. She says that h ,!,. not think that tne country la nnv hotter tan th!s but that It Is iw.itnr nlarn for Investment, one says, however, that the principal at traction is the Pullman scnooi Personal. . ...... . Lowell Li. Rogers anu wue nc . " " "'. B.mu. 1." b, Mr. and Mrs Henry bcnm.u ,BT2T I --ess rLd Olnn of Walla Walla. i n..iMnn Xnilior's Statement Rev. Joseph H. Uespcrman. bury. N. C. who Is the author of sev- cral books, writes: or severe years I was afflicted w , trouble and last winter I was sud - den.y stricken with a " my kidneys and was confined to Dea eight days unable to get up . tjou j assistance. My urine contained a i" oi'nnnViv dlv and night I BttlUO uvii.v commenced taking Foley's Kidney Remedy, end the pain gradually ab ated and finally ceased and my urine became normal. I cheerfully recom mend Foley's Kidney Remedy. Koeppen & Bros. A.-Y.-P. ANXOl'NCKS srM 1 . i DAYS IX)R VALLEY TOW . . Salem. Ore., March 9 - '"- ette valley towns, including Albany. Eugene and Corvallls, were toaay no- tif,ed that July 20 was set wide for, nf th Sentt e exposition. The iiiiTi,. . - . Salem board or iruue is yvKrVxi,a . a big demonstration. Slnmlo Remedy for La Grippe. chts are dangerous as they frequently develop into pneumo- ( nln. Foley's Honey and Tar not only , stops the cough but heals and streng- ( thens the lungs so that no serious , results need bo feared. The genuine, Foley s Honey ana xr hnhui hnfinfui rime and Is tn a yellow package. Refuse substitutes, pen & Bros. Koep- mir Any $5 pair of shoes In Bond Bros. . . i. tnA .ni a crlvnn to the .. i . . t clinna TVni mnkor of the best shooting score made from the Uth until the 21st of March at the R. M. Stark shooting gal-, lory. 709 North Main stree , recently purchased from Stevens e s,n,ul' Shoes will be given away ncx, - ,i,.v. Tie scores will be shot off Sun - day evening nt 4 o'clock. .... TTmv ran any person risk taking some unknown cough remedy when Foley's Honey and Tar costs tnem no more? It Is a safe remeuy, contains no harmful drugs ana cures obstinate cougns uu tuiu.. perlment with your heaitn7 insist, upon having the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar. Koeppen & Won. Tou can tell a man's courage, not by the measure of his fear, but by the fight he puts up. BREVITIES F DR. KING'S GHS Mi THROAT AND Ifl cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that t was to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and to work, a. well as I ever was. $ SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY MANY LARGE REAL. ESTATE TRANSFERS RECORDED Fruit Tracts Arc In Great Demand by Local People and Newcomers Successful Revivals Being Held at Congregational Churcli Mlssionar) Society Entertained and Hears In teresting Talk Personal Mention. (Special Correspondence.) ronti. March 19. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Scott of Denver, Col orado, have been spending a rew aas i tv, nv the euests of Mr. and Mrs. r. r PMIla Mrs. SCOtt IS a s:ier of Mr. Collins and is alluded to In urnr' wveklv as the boss of the lo.v, nrd In Denver. In that state where woman suffrage prevails. Rmil Estate Deals. iron Korts have made a large nmi,r nf real estate deals lately J. Davis at 390 per .r- r. nrrps to Rev. E. J. Dodd for McKenzle of Milton and J. M. Buckley each five nrrpa at S400. These were all on the TInnanma frillt tTBCtS. The new store. Famous, which was .,o,l thla week on Lepoi sireei "i "- - , ne -or, ,. . tin, on. ..1 b.lU tor - ha8 9SS: ' Fre-d Jones has sold 160 acres for $5600 to Beckley and son of Salem Revival Meetings Siiccessrui. T7 1 TrT.lnnrl In as- . .. ,,,,. anr ' !tlnir tne Kev. air. aiiuci, , Consregatlonal of the I g v wonderfully good meet- any 0f the young people ng ana y christian , Tn SatuVay night will be given church. "The Face a lectu" ln the ctarch of Jesus stere0Dtlcon vlews. Mvtl" of Home Missionary, Society The Woman's Home Missionary society of Freewater and the father's club of Ferndale held a union, all day meeting at the home of Mrs. H. Cauvel of Ingle Chapel yesterday. AK..r k inrllM.nnd a few gentlemen sat down to a bounteous lunch which n-na HPrvea uv -" v.. ikrMB PanvAi ann ner ' . ,ncr. The day was an cver.one enJoyed the i Mr and Mrs. Cauvel know ow to jive folks a good time at their how to g ve . tn order and the - - - devotlonal ev. ' . ... ..... n "na iriipsT ul iiuiivi " " " principal srenker of the day was Mrs. E. W. Luckey, president oi me uic MU.inn TTnlon of the Congrega tionat church of Portland, who charm- . ,.,, ...,v. hrisht Interest nrt(,ress, she closed her remarks rending a letter from a medical :cslonnry x)r. Media Hess of New Mpx1c() whlch Bave us some Insight . hiiril8np8 endured by the workers in mission fields. An other letter was read by Mrs. Cauvel, a bright. Interesting one, from Mrs. (Rev.) Perkins of South India, which may result In the ladles taking a lit , Indian cmiu u im. pf rortlnml thon Bnv .". , . i . tle Indian child to euucaie. it. ru.- c a short nd- Da tn t'ho lnillps and closed the UUrn iv. ...v meting with a benediction. I for any csxf of Cstarrb tht csnnot m , cured 'y j1 p"py j CO.. Toledo, O. , J- ' no,n p. j p. i no uiiuiriBiK""'? - " 1 vnara. and DeiieTa h m nprfnrtW honorable In all business t...i-. tlon and flnanrlally able to carrj out any obligations made by Wm ntm. Waldlng. Klnnan & Marvin, I - tw.,ilota TnlftflfL II. retina upon the blood and tnucoua surface! lVrtolnt Drn r th ivirpm. iwiimmiiD , - - - Tak, ramlly Fins ror eonatipm. tlon. plck out the Ananlases one at a time? Much quicker to follow an illustrious extmple and exclaim, All mcn are ,lar- in nets u - u AND LUWG PREVENTS PTIBQ AND $1.00 THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that Dr. C. .T Smith and Dr. I. U. Temple have dissolved partnership by mutual con sent. All nprsons knowing themselves in debted to the firm are requested to ot1o nt nnc either with Dr. bmitn at his office or at Dr. Temple's office In Schmidt Building. Phnrlev Potts enjoyed his break fast better than ever because nis wife served h'.m Folger's Golden Gate Coffee, ground Just before using. EAT If FOOD WITHOUT FEAR A DIETED STOMACH GETS THE BLUES AND GRUMBLES Diap-isln Will Cure Your Stomach Trouble Forever and Before You Can Realize U Relieves Indlgcs tlon, Heartburn and Sour Stom acli live Unute9 Later. miocmWh irwlppil la the man or woman whose digestive system Is un strune who goes to the table and ran not eat or what little is eaien seems to f'.ll them and lays like a lump of lead in the stomach, refus ing tn digest. if von dear reader, suffer this way inj win nut on vour wraps now and get from your pharmacist a 60-cent rase of PaDe's Diapepsin and eat one 99-innin Trlanirule after your next mil vou would appreciate, five mln utes later, how long you surrerea un- nppPRfiflrilV. There will be no more indigestion .no misprv ln the stomach no sour risfnira or belching of gas. no heart hum flatulency or eructions of un digested food and acid or feeling of nausea, fullness, headache or other avmntoms of & weakened stomach. .Stomach trouble and Indigestion vanish like snow before the blazing sure. WTien DlaDODsln works your stom ach rests gets itself In order. Dla- nepain purifies and sweetens a sour stomach and freshens the intestines without the use of laxatives, and what is more, it Increases the gastric iiiifpa. This 1s what your stomach is begging for more and better di gestive juices. This Is wnat manes vnit hunirrv and want to eat, and you can rest assured what you then eat will be taken care of properly ana not ipf in the stomach to ferment and turn to gas and acid, and poison the hreath with nauseous odors. Get a 60-cent case from your drug gist now you ought to have Diapep sin about the house always. Should one of your family eat something that hops not agree with him or her, or fnr a soor stomach or excessive gas, one trlangule will always give immendlate relief. Every 7omari lliveirxihcu bum ouvww . about the wonderful tot- nnw ltrwglt ftlF A3J. vi" . . - - ' it If h ciinnoi anppiy the MARVEL, accept DO . i mA atamn TtVF tmtod book-waled. It irtw MI VT lU'U HW prnin.. .. r , . iladtt. MARVEL CO. 44 E. 23d St.. " o Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules APOSITIVECURE Forlnflnmmatlonortalarrn of the Haddcr and Diseased Kidneys. No cure no pay Cures quickly aud I'erma nentlv the worst cases of (ionorrhnca and Gleet, no mailer ot how Ion stand Ine. Absolutely harmless Po'd by drulsts. Prlc $1.00, or by man, posipaiu, i m hiiYoa i'2 7n. 'the'santai-pepsim CO., BILLtFONTAINl, OHIO. M hy ih He.ndlt lr t''' rciTBXS'V I V Btf Milt MmwIMn.' lEViHtCWSKUlO. tn r Miwaona. , BUMUUn,! S.S.. P5? S Jb I T Uftw, rl4. S !ai l OorlbolUMB.. r Onwlaitart m i FOR SALE. SHADE TREES FOR SALE Fine locust trees, from two to three inches in diameter. I will set them out for you. See James Hutchin son, Pendleton, Ore. EGGS PRIZE WINNING SETTINGS of nrettv French Houdans, rose combed White Wyandottes, Barred Plymouth Rocks and Bantams, 1.50 to J 2 per setting of 15. Enquire E. O. office. , FOR SALE BOYD'S THOROUGH- bred Black Minorcas are the kind for pecs, size and beauty. Pen No. 1 eggs, 3; pen No. 2 eggs, $1.50. Member American Black Minorca club. 610 East Webb street, city. ON ACCOUNT of change of field I will sell my home In Riverside at a bargain. Levi Johnson. Phone Rer 2661. EGGS WHITE MINORCA eggs for sale from thoroughbred prize win ning stock, at $2.00 per 15. Call on G. A. Robbins, 223 Logan St. CITY OF PENDLETON MAPS at East Oregonlan office. Price Z5C. ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS, wedding announcements, embossed private and business stationery, etc. Very latest styles. Call at East Oregonlan office and see samples. Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly $1 per month. PHYSICIANS. H. S. GARFIELD. M. a.vma.j- pathic physician ana surgeon, ui- flee Judd block. Telephones: ornce, black 3411; residence, red 2633 DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO- nlc and nervous diseases, ana ai- eases of women. X-ray and Electro. m..MnHKi jnrtA building, corner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone Main 72; residence pnone. Main dp DENTISTS. E. A. MANN. DENTIST, Main street, next to commercial association rooms. Office phone, black 3421; resiaence pnoue 3851. DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL, su- geon. Office, room 10, juaa uuuu- ing. Phone red 3301. VAUGHAN BROS.. DENTISTS, OF- fice In Judd Duuaing. rnoo j""" 73. . VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M NABB, si" stock Inspector and memwr omm Veterinary Board. Office Tallman s drug store. Res. 'phone Main b. J. A. DONAGHUE, VETERINARY Surgeon, urnciai iocm oiw.n. .in spector. Graduate Ontario veuji. nary college. Office phone Main 20, residence phone. Main 27. ATTORNEYS. RALEY. RICHARDS & RALEY, AT- tornevs at law. uince m ovi.iB Bank building. FEB & SLATER, LAWYKKS, ut- flees in Despain Dunning. CARTER & SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS at law. Office in &aving building. JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT law. Office over xayior una ware store. LOWELL ft WINTER. ATTORNBXS on counsellors at law. uince m Despain building. GEORGE W. COUTTS. ATTORNEY at law. Estates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Col- wtinnn made. Koum ii "''" block. r,r.mTcnM Jk WTT.flV. ATTOR rrjiDftov" w. ' . - of law: rooms 3 and 4 emitn- Crawford building. PHELPS & STEIWER. ATTORNEYS at law. Offices in smun-vmw building. PETER WEST, DIVORCE LAWYER. Office 608 Garden street. CHAS. J. FERGUSON, ATTOKNM at law. Office ln Association mu. DOUGLAS W. BAILEY ATTORNEY at law. Will practice in an and federal courts. Rooms 1. 2. 3 and . over Taylor hardware store. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND- hand goods. It tnere is you need In new and second-nana furniture, stoves, granuewaie crockery, call and get his price, .no. 212 Court street. INSURANCE AND L AND JfJ'Fg HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO.. MAKES reliable abstracts or title to an i j. i TTmntnin poiintv. T.oans on uiiiua in - .......... city and farm property. Buys and ells all kinds of real estate. Does . Mineral brokerage business. Pays htm nnd makes Investments for non ...Mint, TtAfflrences. anv nana in Pendleton. JAMES JOHNS, rres. W. S. HENNINGER. VIce-pres. C. H. MARSH. Sec. j M. BENTL1ET RBPRBBaHraiMi. oldest and most rename nre ana ivMant Insurance companiec Office with Hkrtman Abstract Co. I Classified Directors! For Sale Continued. FOR SALE OR TRADE farm of 160 acres near Cambridge, Idano. wm trade for Umatilla county city or farm property. Call on or write Chas. Finch 515 Ann St, or Clyde E. Finch at the postofflce. FOR SALE BUFF ORPINGTON eggs from large, prize winning stock. $1.50 per 13. J. E. Duke, 900 West Alta. WANTED. WANTED Lace curtains to wash- Carefully handled. Mrs. Anderson, 1101 East Railroad street Phone, Black 3991. SALESMEN WANTED. No house to house canvassing. Call on Dusmess men, professional men and others at their place of business. Yott can make $50.00 a week. Experi ence not necessary. We equip you fully with sample and sample case. Fine, pleasant work. Your own boss. Work when you please and go where you please. You deal with the best class of people only. When your day's work is done you have your money in your pocket Be Independent. Investigate this. Entirely new proposition. Address, M. C. Young, Mgr., 162 Ohio St., Chicago. . Dally East Oregonlan only 15 cents per week. by carrier, Extra Lines over Four, 25 ants per Line per month. MISCELLANEOUS. CARPETS, RUGS, FURNITURE AND draperies cleaned by suction and compressed air, without removing from room. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Main, 603.. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. POSITI ons secured and help furnished for all kinds of work. C. H. Sellers, E. O. Bldg., Pendleton. M. B. KEYS cab stand at Goldn r)nt hntpl Phone main 25. Special attention given to parties and dances. HORACE W. KING, CIVIL ENGIN eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De epaln building. PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE palr work on all kinds of machines, structural iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court and Alta streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F. May. manager. SLOM KEE. CHINESE LAUNDRY; family washing; work done by hand; mending free; goods called for and delivered. 408 East Court street LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR nrVTt'i rtnnn. reliable and con venient Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed. $5.25. Electric Hot Water and Curling Iron Heaters. Electric Coffee Pomnlntora. etc. A complete stock of Gas and Electric fixtures. First-class wiring of homes, etc. J. vauKna-n. 122 W. Court street. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIKEU tor and licensed embalmer. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Corner Main and Webb streets. 'Phone main ISO. irunerai parlors ln connection. BAKER & FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di rectors and licensed embalmers. nnnnsite nostoffice. Funeral parlor. Two funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. 'Phone main 75. , FRATERNAL ORDERS. PENDLETON LODGE No. 62. A. F. and A. M., meets the first and third Mondays of each month. All visiting bretnren are in vited. B. P O. ELKS NO. 288 meets every Thursday even ing ln Eagle's hall. R. w. Henneman, E. R.; Mark Moorhouse, Secy. DAMON LODGE NO. 4. K. of P., meets every Monday evening In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brothers cordially inuitoH tn attend. A. E. Lambert. C. C; R. W. Fletcher. K. of R. and S. ARCHITECTS. CONTRACTORS. ETC D. A. MAY. CUMKAI.TOK a:nu t?.uior Psilmatps furnished on an kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. Phone black 3786, or ure- gonlan office. LIVINGSTON & CO., FROM INDI- ana. Contractors and Duiuers. Flasterlng and re-lnforced concrete n-ork. sidewalks a specialty, ieave orders at this office. LIVERY AND FEED STARI.ES. CITY LIVERY STABLE. THOMPSON street, Carney & Kennedy, rro Uverv. feed and sale staDie. uooa rigs at all times. Cab line In connec tion. 'Phone mam iv. ROOMING HOUSES. ST. ELMO ROOMS, ntw a. first class througnoui. t-'ne diulb. from depot Rates 50c. 75c and $1. Mrs. Allen Rhodes. Mgr. While watching the partlca- Ur classification that appeals to yon do not overlook all tl other want ads.