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PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1000. The very first item on the list of supplies for a camping party chould be: Five cakes of Ivory Soap. Use one cake for bath ing; another for the toi let; a third to cleanse underwear and flannels and the other two to keep pots, pans, and plates free from impuri ties. Ivory Soap 99 44 100 Per Cent. Pure. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYESIGHT, Eyes carefully ex amined and glass es ground to fit each case. F. A. CLISE. TTio ontleal sneeialist with over 30 years practice fitting glasses has open nnent offices In the John - r - Schmidt building, Pendleton, Ore. ITO-NIGHT 1 FREEWflT EH MIES REV. H IRPEK WILL ENGAGE IX srxn w SCHOOL woitK Resigns Prom III Position us Pastor or the Valley ana Ferndale Presby terian OhurcltCa Rask.l Mountain Tiiiiolliy Soils for &Jfi n Ton rainiiv Reunion at the Blakeney. HE MILTON WORK ON NEW TALHKHT- LOOFF BUILDING DELAYED Work Practically at n Standstill Due to Delay in shipments of lime and Sand 3, R. Poire Sells Residence Property to Rev. J. M. Gtyue Suc cessful Season for Harvest im:. If li 100,000 acres of desirable dry farm lands open to homestead filings. A number of choice relin quishments for sale. Town Lots in American Falls are a safe and profitable invest ment. American Falls is growing and wants you to grow with it. Kasanke & Co. Real Estate Land Locators American Falls - Idaho (Special Correspondence.) Bjreewater, ore., Aug. It. The Rat. B, P. Harper, pastor of the Valley and Ferndale Presbyterian churches, naa resigned his pastorate and accepted the position of Sunday aqhool mission ary, under the direction of the Pen- dleton Presbytery. It is with great rtgrct that the people of this com munity learn of Mr. Harper's resig nation as he has made many friends since he came to live In our midst, always being associated In the moral and religious life of the valley. Mr. Harper was pastor of the Milton Pres. byterian church for some years, and his family still live In that city. It is not known, ag yet, who will be Mr. Harper's successor at the Ferndale and the Valley churches. Barlow Ferguson from Idaho, is vis. iting with his sister, Mrs. David Clarke of Ferndale. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trimble. Miss Ma Trimble ami (Jeoree Trimble, of Pleasant View, have gone to the Pa louse country to make an extended visit. Rev. Mr. Washburn of Mount Hood, Oregon, preached very acceptably. In the Valley Fresbyterlan church Sunday. The hay harvest on Basket Mountain is about over. The timothy yields owing to the fine rains, are fully up to the average. Buyers are offering 116.25 per ton delivered, at the Trac tion Company line, but are looking for bigger prices. S. B. Sanderson, of the Freewater Times. Howard Mansfield. Manager of the Tum-a-Lum Lumber company, and Herahel Henderson, of Milton, left the city yesterday morning for Port land. They expect to be gone sever al days and will visit the Seattle ex position before their return. Miss Blanche Thomson of Chicago, has been visiting with her uncle, James Thomson, at his mountain ranch for the last few weeks, and will visit the fair, British Columbia and Manitoba as she returns to her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Musselman ot Helix, and J. W. King of Helix, have been spending a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. William Townsend. Mr. and Mrs. Danner from Kansun City are In the city, the guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey van Slyke. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hurst, of Pen dleton, are here to spend a few weeks with his mother, Mrs. J. C. Hurst. A pleasant family reunion was held at the home of R. W. Blakeney this last week. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Janet, Penn.; Dr. and Mrs. Patton of Vandergrlf, Penn.: Rev. Dr. Blakeney of Pendleton, and Mrs. H. M. Hunter, who has Just re turned from a trip east. James R. McRae, of Portland, Is In the city visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. McRae. He will remain a few weeks. (Special Correspondence.) Milton, Aug. 11. Owing to a delay In the shipment of lime and sand to be used in the construction of the ralbert-Looff building, which is be ing erected in this city, between Park and Fair streets, the construction has been delayed considerable, and the work practically at a standstill. It is thought, however, that the materials j Will arrive within a day or two and the work may then be resumed. Con tractor F. A. Wormington expects to push the completion of this building as fast as practical. County Clerk J. M. Williams of Walla Walla, and C. W. Chase of Vermont, were business visitors in the city yesterday. D. C. Masters and wife left yes terday for Seattle to spend some time in visiting the fair and other places of interest in and around Seattle. E. D. Walker and family left yes terday for New York state to spend several months visiting relatives and friends. City Attorney S. D. Peterson and J. A. Hayton returned yesterday from Spokane, where the- attended the opening of the Seventeenth National Irrigation congress. J. B. Pelre, formerly of this city sold his residence property to Rev. J. M. Chase of Sunnyslde. Consider ation $1300. Mrs. Ruth Swain has Just returned from Coeur d'AIene City, where she has spent the past six weeks attend ing the normal institute at that place. Frazier brothers today pulled in their combine harvester after a run of 25 days. They were delayed only a short time from rains and break downs and they report the most suc cessful season ever spent In this val ley. Dr. J. M. Keylor of Walla Walla was in the city today on n profession al visit to Mrs. W. W. McQueen, who Is very 111 at her home In this city with typhoid fever. Dr. Y. C. Blalock and wife of Wal la Walla, were visitors in Milton this afternoon. A Back Seat for "Half Price" WE ARE SELLING BELOW HALF PRICE EVERY DAY ' WITH AN UP-TO-DATE STOCK TO SELECT FROM STRAW HATS AND PANAMAS AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE SUMMER UNDERWEAR A Fine Line But it All Will Go At Below HAL? PRICE SUMMER. CLOTHING Will Be Moved Out Regardless of Cost Come and select your suit. We'll surprise you with the price. We are positive we can satisfy you and at a price so far below HALF that you won't believe it possible. IT WILL PAY YOU TO LEARN OUR METHODS Our less expense makes the prices lower, at the Workingmen's Clothing Co. The store that's growing NOW and FAST. Cor. Main k Webb Sts. CALIFORNIA AFTER CROOKED REAL ESTATE DEALERS CREEK FLAG IS LOWERED IX CRETE Canea, Island of Crete. The Greek flag which was run up over the for tress and the Cretan military bar racks on July 27, the day after the evacuation of the Island by the inter rational troops, was lowered here as a result of the protests of the four protecting powers. FAKE TELEGRAMS AS LATEST SWINDLE Quick Relief for an upset stomach, hic coughs, a sick headache, con stipated bowels, or a bilious attack is secured by using BE ECU AM S PILLS Sold Everywhere. In bo . 10c. .-.- 25c. HILL MILITARY ACADEMY Portland. Oregon. DR. J. W. HILL, Yale, '78, Principal and Proprietor. J. A. HILL, Yale S, '02, Vice Principal. A select school for boys and young gentlemen. Successful preparation for college or business. Diplomas ac cepted by many leading Universities. Small classes. Individual coaching. Strict Discipline. Military training. For lliut-trated catalogue address Vice Principal. RESERVE ROOMS EARLY. Chicago. A brand new method of flimflammlng a trustful public has made Its appearance In Chicago. It la not extremely lucrative, but by dil igence it can be made to yield almost as much as a day's honest labor. And It Is so easy that It is a wonder no one has thought of it before. Mrs. J. H. Akhurst and several other residents have become unpleas antly familiar with the little scheme and have mentioned It to the police, hoping thereby to have nipped It In the bud. As to the details of the venture, Mrs. Akhurst's experience may be taken as typical. The door bell at the Akhurst home rang briskly along about 7 o'clock In the evening, and Mrs. Akhurst went to the door herself. She found a will groomed young man In a natty gray uniform with black braid and a messenger cap, who handed her a telegram and demanded .r0 cents c harges. The young man had three other messages in his hand and evi dently was In a hurry, but he waited for the 50 cents. Having received this, he disappeared. The message read: "Man killed here with your name and address In pocket. Will send particulars. "DR. J. V. RBED, "Coroner, New York City. Mrs. Akhurst was prostrated by the shock, for her son Alonzo has been in New York. Another son, James Akhurst, who lives In Chicago, was shown the tele gram, ami it occurred to him that Alonzo has been in in Hornell, N. Y., and not In New York city at all. A telegram a real one this time was sent to Hornell and It brought a prompt reply from Alonzo to the ef fect that he not only was alive, but Is enjoying the best of health. Selling Fake Telegrams. Then the bogus message was exam ined more closely. It was on a "send ing blank" of the Postal Telegraph company, the kind that Is furnished in quantities to anyone who wants to send a message. No time was en tered on the blank and the cabalistic letter that usually head a telegram uere clearly "phony." The matter was referred nt once to the Postal company, and It was learn ed that several other complaints had The note repeats the assurance that been receive,! from the same neigh- Oakland. CM., Aug. 12 California real estate dealers who have resorted to crooked methods, especially those who make a speclaly of "taking In" tenderfeet from the east, are to be driven from the Golden State. This determination was arrived at today by the members of the California State Realty Federation, which be gan a three days' session In Oakland this morning. The federation has for Its purpose the correcting of all abuses In the realty business. These have been many, especially In soutnern Cali fornia cities, where every other man Is a real estate agent. Many of these self-styled agents have their offices In their hats, nnd their transactions have done much to prejudice new comers against California. Many entertainments have been provided for the visiting dealers In fiillfornla dirt. Aa banquet will be held this evening, and tomorrow there will be a boat ride on the hny. Saturday will be nutomoblle day, when the delegates will be taken on an extended tour. Athens. The Greek government has handed the Turkish minister a formal reply to the porter's note ask ing Greece to express her disapprov al of the annexation agitation in Crete and formally declaring that she had no ambitions regarding the Is land. The reply reaffirms Greece's intention of maintaining an attitude of neutrality with regard to Crete, but beyond her lawful capacity or power to make announcement re specting the future of Crete, a mat ter resting entirely with the protest-j spending the summer ing powers. In official circles it Is considered .that the situation has ma terially improved. The reply is a lengthy document. It protests formally against the com plaints contained In the Turkish note and gives Instances of Greece's con stant endeavor to maintain frank and friendly relations with Turkey and to draw closer the bonds uniting the two countries. It recalls the enthusiasm with which the Greek element In Tur key worked for the triumph of the constitutional regime and points out that had Greece cherished the design attributed to her, she would have tried to profit by the trials against which the new Turkish government was contending. Instead, the note declares, fireece has done and still wishes tu do all in her power for the appeasement of Turkey and for peace Greece, being in no way Implicated In the annexation movement In Crete, will prtserv the same altitude that she has in the past. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Th Best at Right Prices 'Twas n filorlous Victor'. There's rejoicing In Fedora, Tenn. A man's life has been saved, and now Dr. King's New Discovery Is the talk of the town for curing C. V. Pepper of deadly lung hemorrl ages. "I could not work nor get about," he writes, "and the doctors did me no good, but, after using Dr King's New Discovery three weeks, I feel like a new man, and can do good work again." For weak, sore or diseased lungs. Coughs and Colds, Hemorrha ges, Hay Fever, La Grippe, Asthma or any bronchial affection It stands unrivaled. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Hold and guaranteed by Tallman A Co. bOrhoOd. One victim telephoned Mrs Akhtif-t In the afternoon and com ! ared notes with her. "I can't remember ihls woman's name," said Mrs. Akhurst, "but her description of the messenger tallies exactly with the boy that brought my 'message.' He got no cents from me and 0" from the Michigan avenue people. I don't know how much more he has collected. We have re ported the gamq to the police and the company has promised to Investigate it, too I hope they'll find the cul prits In time to keep anyone else In the neighborhood from having the kind of an experience I had. I have not entirely recovered from It yet." For Rent Unfurnished room In Fist Orgonlan bullslng; larg and cool, electric lights; bath on same floor. Inquire this office. Don't drudge as you must while using coal, or other dirty fuel, but have an S. B. OIL BURNER. in each stove. It will save you time, strength, worry and expense. See it in operation at 607 Garden St, Pendleton, Ore. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP Notice Is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing be tween Lillian M. Reed and J. W. Poyer, In running and conducting the French restaurant on Main street, In Pendleton, Oregon, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. J. W. Royer has assumed and agTces to pay all debts and obligations of said co partnership, and he will collect all monies owing to said firm, and will continue to conduct said business at said place. Dated this 9th day of August, 1909. LILLIAN M. REED, J. W. ROYER. Large Grain Exports. Boston, Aug. 13. With the sailing of the steamer Cambrian for London today, with a large cargo of grain, the exports of wheat and other cere als from Boston are expected to con tinue on a large scale through the fall and winter. Judging from bookings already made, every steamer leaving port hereafter will have Its holds well filled. HibV jsM H Wm m LsBB Quality clean perfect Your grocer will grind It I better if ground at Homo not I I too Hue. 4 A PRETTY WOMAN Always Has Suitors And a good bargain, or a good opportunity, always find takers. When something of real value is advertised -something unusual-you will not be the only one to see the ad., or to investigate the offer. But, if you are as alert in seeking a business ad vantage, or a bargain, as you were or are--in affairs of the heart, you will win. In fact, you will win if you have a tenth part of as much determination and enthusiasm in business as in playing your game with Don Cupid.