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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, lttOO.
El (HIT PA3BD. PXC.K SIX. A quart bottle, of GENUINE iSPM CYRUS NOBLE dirct to you 1JJK VaM all charie. paid to the near. eit railroad cxpres. office, VS7 A SSCKROOM You must hae the best guaranteed to be absolutely pure aged in wood ana Wc buv'cYRl'S NOBLE direct from the distiller have boulht it for 44 year. Don't let them sell you something else " just as good." Buy the bet it's the cheapest in the long run. Bottled by the distillers. Guaranteed to the United States Government and to you to contain nothing except pure straight aged whiskey. , For the first time since 1S64 (44 years) in such sections as the public is unable to purchase CYRl'S NOBLE we will sell you direct 4 quart bottles for $4.90. No danger ol refilled bottles but the GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE the best made, ihc best selling brand in the whole world. W. J. VAN SCHUWER & CO., 1 05-1 07 Second Street, Portland, Ore. ESTABLISHED M REFERINCt ANY M.MC OR TRUST COMPANY IN OHECON " CUT AT THIS LINE AND MAIL TO-DAY I W. J. Van Schurw A Co., PtUl. Or.,-. Endued plcue bad $4.90 lor which pleatt tead at at ooce by expraA prepaid, four quarts GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE. PO.A4k Sk - BDINGIN6 PEOPLE 10 THE PROJECT HERMISTOX COMPANY HAS MEN EVERYWHERE Estimated Tliat Projert Now 1000 Acres In Alfalfa School Is Open Personal Notes of Hermls-ton. (Special Correspondence.) Hermiston, Ore., Sept. 11. With a view to Informing homeseekers of the advantages of the Umatilla project, the Umatilla Irrigated Lands com pany are placing agents In the various parts of the United States and are pre paring to bring several cars of pros pective purchasers within the next few weeks. The first of the week John S. Ized. The enrollment for the first day was 124 and shows a considerable In crease over the first day of last year, which registered 94. As new pupils have been entering during the week and several more are expected, it Is probable that an additional instruc tor will be secured before the term Is completed. Personal Notes. Mrs. C. F. Wilmarth and children are visiting relatives at Vancouver, I B. C, and will remain until the first I of October. Has ' Mrs. E. P. Dodd and daughter re- ' turned the first of the week from an extended trip to Pendleton. Miss Anita Kirkpatrick, one of the teachers in the public schools, re turned to Hermiston Sunday, having spent the summer with her parents at Weston. J. W, Campbell was a business vis itor to Pendleton Tuesday. Mrs. W. Hopper has been a guest at the home of Mrs. A. C. Crawford, departing Thursday for her home In Nevada. F. M. Faude transacted business in Baker city this week, returning Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reeves drove to Hughes left in the interests of the company for Iowa and Illinois. Mr. Hughes has been the publicity man at Spokane for some time and has es tablished an enviable reputation as a successful advertising promoter. It Is expected that he will secure a large number of people from the mid dle west M an early date. C. L. Morgan has been in the east ern states for several weeks further ing the interests of the land company, as Is also J. S. Green, president of the corporation, and reports are being re ceived that there are hundreds of homeseekers starving to come to this locality next month. s. 1000 Acres In Alfalfa. Those In a position to know have made a conservative estimate that Close to ivjy acres oi miia miner srovernment ditch will be in alfalfa , by October 1. and from the methods from Birch creek, where they were being used it Is apparent that the present at work is being well done. Patches of , wedding. Stanfield Monday and found the new town enjoying considerable building ' activity with prospects of more during ' the fall. W. E. Goodwin, a former resident . of this city, was down from Freewa- ter Wednesday attending to business matters. G. A. Russell of Cincinnati has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald while en route to Seattle. B. F. Boyce was an over Sunday visitor at Pendleton. Miss Jessie Williams, primary teacher of the public schools and a i homesteader on the project, returnedd the first of the week from a several weeks' visit with her parents at Mil ton, t and sister. Miss Monia Irwin, returned the first of the week the Newqulst-Guderlan mlston on their return from a sever al weeks' visit with relatives In Idaho. Miks Bertha Alexander has been a guest this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. P. Dodd, returning to her home in Pendleton Saturday. Robert N. Stanfield, one of the founders of the new town of Stanfield, and after whom It was named, was in Hermiston the first of the week look ing after business affairs. L. D. Drake, one of the proprietors of the East Oregonian, was down from Pendleton Sunday looking over the project. Mr. Drake was surpris ed at the marvelous chnnge the en tire project presented and freely pre dicts that within a few years this val ley would be one of the most prosper ous in the northwest. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Rose and chil dren left Wednesday for a brief visit with relatives at Walla Walla. Mr. and Mrs. L D. Lay and son Phillip were passengers to Pendleton Wednesday for a brief visit at the county seat. Mrs. O. G. King left Tuesday for Weston where she will be the guest of relatives for a few weeks. J. R. Means returned Thursday from a business trip to Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell, parents of J. W. Campbell of this city, arrived Friday from Seattle, accom panied by their son, Thomas Camp bell, Jr., and will make Hermiston their permanent home, Miss Mytellne Fraker was the guest of Mrs. W. E. Leathers, returning to her home in Pendleton Thursday. Mrs. C. Reeves of Indianola, Iowa, Mrs. J. T. Park of Cllne Falls, Ore gon, mother and sister of Mrs. F. E. Wells, left this week for Iowa, hav ing enjoyed a two weeks' visit at the Wells home. Mr. and Mrs. L Reader were pas sengers to Pendleton Thursday for a brief visit. Mrs. Peter Sheridan was among the passengers to the county seat Thurs day. Mr. R. W. Hawley returned the last of the week from a brief visit with friends at Pendleton. F. B. Swayze of the First National bank, was a business visitor to Uma tilla Monday. Mrs. Fannie Crawford moved her household goods Thursday into the Straw cottage on Gladys avenue. Engineer E. G. Hopson was here from Portland the middle of the week looking after matters concerning the project. E. Skerniakoff of St. Petersburg, a Russian engineer sent by his govern ment to Inspect Irrigation in the Uni ted States, was here the first of the week. He was an official represen tative at the National Irrigation congress. less than an acre to extensive tracts are being seeded and so far there are indications that the yield will be Immense. To a business man who has fol lnwed the dally routine of business affairs unmindful of the course be ing taken by the owners of a few acres if project land, this is a start ling revelation. It re presents an amy of workmen united in one effort, many of which will be awarded with success. One thousand acres of alfalfa next spring would acreage at the lowest figure three tons to the acre and bring in good returns to the owner. W. S, Phillips, one of the hard ware merchants of the city. Is visit ing the exposition at Seatttle this week and during his absence O. A. O'Danlels of Pendleton is taking charge of the business. S. l. Carson, one of the prominent citizens of Irrlgon, was in the city looking after business matters Mon day. Mr. Carson brought up a mag nificent bunch of Flame Tokays that are to be seen in the window of A. C. Crawford, the land man. William Maxton and Alfred Odom were down from Echo Tuesday trans acting business James savage was reglsterea at It would also hall the advent of the Hotel Oregon while nere irom rtw tteirjr cow and be the Initial step of land transacting business. TnaV'ne- tha n linirv rnnntrv while Miss Ellen Canfield, one of Her- th,. fruit la r.nmintr into hearine The , miston's popular young ladies horn v bee would find this its natural , leave Saturday for Corvallis home and the road to prosperity for the Hermiston valley would be open. Schools Kom Open. The Hermiston public schools open- will where she will enter the agricultural college for the ensuing year. H. M. Straw left Friday for Pen dleton to meet Mrs. Straw and baby ed Monday and were formally organ- daughter to accompany them to Her- FREE TO Y0U-MY SISTER frs to You and Evtty Sorter Suf fering Irom Woman's Ailments. I son a woman. I know woman's sufferings, 1 have found the cure. I will mail, free of any charge, my home treat ment wi 3 full Instructions to any sufferer from woman'n ailments. I want to tell all women about tiiucur) you, my reader, for yourself, your daughter. your mother, or your sister. 1 want to teu you now fl cure yourselves at home without the help of a I docUc.-. Men cannot understand women s sul'ennes. What we women know Irom experience, wc know hell r thun uiv doctor. I know that my home troat- I unit is safe and sure cure for Leiicorrhoca or ' Whitish discharges, Ulceration, Displacement or Falling of the Womb, Profuse, Scanty or Painful Iv.w.ia I 'ferine or Ovarian Tumors or tlrowths: also pains In the head, back and bowels, bearing down feelings, nervousnnss, creeping feeling up the spine, melancholy, desire to cry, hot flashes, weariness, kidney and Madder troubles woero caused by weaknesses peculiar to our sex. I want to send you a complete ten day's treat ment entirely free to prove to yni that you can cure yourself at home, efuily. quickly and surely. Re m..ml.. tht It will cost MM nothing to civo tho treatment a compleU, trial I sod if Ton should wish to continue, it will coat you only about 12 centsa week, or less than two cents a day. It will not interfere with your work or occupation. Just send me your name and address, tell me how yoo suffer If yoo wiih. and I will send you the treatment for your cane, entirely fre. In plain wrapper, by return maU. I will also send you free ol cost, my book "WOMAN'S OWN MEDICAL ADVISER" with explanatory BhutraUons showing why women suffer, and bow they can eaaiiy cure themselves at home, h.very woman should have It, and learn to think for herself. Then when the doctor says "You must Uvo an operation, you can decide for yourself. Thousands of women have cured themselves with my home remedy. 1 1 cures an, nlii i if vnttntr t . u.ih.r. . f it.n t ,;n ..i-ir, nintr.t Kemp treatment which speedily and effectually cures Leurorrhoea. Green Sickness and Painful or Uregilar Menstruation to Yean , r, ,., )ong, )n tne roaf Jn all parts ladies, numpness and h-aiin always results i rum res as . . . - - issl-s . ,.nntv ontisrara are unusually 1 to ladies of your own locality wno anow ami wm aiauir i a great the Trlb- ADAMS NEWS AND PERSONAL NOTES .Special Correspondence.) Adams, Ore., Sept. 11. The wheat season for Adams is about finished, most ail the wheat is in the ware houses. What is not sold and shipped H held for a higher price. E. Marrett had some of the finest wheat deliver ed in Adams this season. The grain is free from smut. Mr. and Mrs. Hacker returned to Adams after visiting a few days in Helix with friends. They will leave Adams Wednesday for Central Point, Oregon, where they will make their future home. Miss Julia Cook of the Pacific Tele phone and Telegraph company of Pendleton, transacted business in Ad ams Tuesday. v Mr. and Mrs. J. Knight visited at the county seat Wednesday. Mrs. Jangraw and Mrs. Snow went to Athena Wednesday. L. L. Rogers visited In the city of Pendleton Thursday and at Athena Wednesday. Mrs. G. Blake and Helen Blake went to Athena Thursday. Mrs. A. F. Baker will leave Adams Monday for Corvallis. Ore., where they will make their future home. Mrs. F. O. Farley and sister Mar- cerie nnd Homer. left Thursday for a few days visit at Baker City, with her aunt, Mrs. Llllle Hoffman. F. Ktibo went to Athena Monday on business and to Pendleton Wed nesday. E. O, Marquis, city druggist, went to Pendleton Tuesday on business. 8, E. Darr of the Kerr-Olfford Co. of Adams, transacted business at the city of Pendleton Tuesday. Jap Marquis transacted business in Athena Monday. Ora Rodes, one of Athena's merch ants, was an Adams visitor Tuesday. Ralph Walden visited Pendleton Wednesday. Mrs. Snow and daughter Mercellne of Portland, Ore., are visiting friends and relatives In Adams. J. T. Iwleuallen and family have re turned to their home at Adams after a month outing at Meachum. H. Curly of the Inland Mercantile Co., has returned to Adams after a few days outing at La Orand, Ore. Walter Adams went to La Orande on hor eback Wednesday on a busi ness trip. Mrs. J. B ntly and M. Stanfield went to Pendleton Friday to do some shop ping. Logan Peringcr and sister, Minnie returned to Walla Walla Friday to tho Whitman college, after spending a few weeks visiting with friends and rela tives In Adams. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker will leave Adains Friday for a four weeks visit with friends and relatives In Portland, Oregon, A Port Orford young man, while on his way to a ball killed a cougar 11 NEWS OF MILTON FRUIT SHIPPERJS WANT IX) CONNECT IIAIIiUOADS Now Gytiuiiulnni will Be Opened I'ridav, Beptenlrff 17 Short Per sonal Nolcs from the East End Country, say sufferer that this Home Treatment really cures sn women's diseases, ana muo " strong, plump snd robust. Just send me your address, snd the free ten day's treatment Is yours, also the book. Write today, aa you may not see this offer again. Address MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box H. Notre Dame, Ind., U. . A. plentiful this season, many have been slain une. and says (Special Correspondence,) ( Milton, Sept. 11. Efforts are be ing made by local shippers and pro ducers In conjunction with the Mil ton Progressive association to secure the physical connectin of the O. ft. & N. and the W. W. V. T. companies' lines In Milton. The good which would result from this would be great. For the purpose of ascertaining just what could be done In the mat ter, Secretary Bruce Shangle of the local commercial organization has written to the secretary of the Ore gon railroad commlssi.in, Mr. E. G. Miller. In his reply, Mr. Miller stat ed that a similar case Is now pending In the courts of this state and he would have to await their decision before sending any definite answer. New Gymnasium. Arrangements for the opening of the new gymnasium will be as fol lows: Friday evening, September 17, a public assembly and reception will be given, presided over by Mayor N. A. Davis and speeches by prominent citizens will be delivered. Saturday afternoon frsm 2 to B o'clock the building will be open for public inspection, and in the evening a musical, literary and gymnastic program will be given There will also be a gasketball game between the home team and the Walla Walla T. M. C. A. team. Personal Notes. Rev. J. W. Compato of Leland, Idaho, has returned to his home In this city for a visit. Mrs. Chas. Mitchell and Mrs. Lou Samuels of Dayton, arc visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs. H. L. Frazier. Mrs. Wm. Anderson and Miss Alice McLean, have returned from a trip to the Seattle exposition. A reception was given at the home of Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Shangle last evening in honor of Mrs. Shangle's niece, Miss Elchenberger of Ozark, Mo., who arrived in this city recently for a visit with relatives. A light lunch was served and the evening was spent with games and music and all present report a good time. ATHENA NEWS AND PERSONAL NOTES (Special Correspondence.) Athena, Ore., Sept. 10. The city council has recently given Instruc tions to have the sidewalks examined and repairs to be made. After a care ful examination of every sidewalk In town It was found that a great deal of work is necessary and that new walks will have to be put down In many places. - -vtiv i: ' A. new roof Is being put on the Mosgrove Mercantile store. Other im provements will be made. Rev. Gelszler, pastor of the First Methodist church, has returned from the conference at Spokane. He will remain here for a few days before going to his new field. Mr. A. O. Mammond, from Michigan, will suc ceed Rev, Gelszler. Mr. Hammond a youry? man and comes highly recommended. , Miss Cecil Boyd left today to enter college at Lewlston. After finishing at Weston last year she will be ad mitted to the Junior class at Lewis ton. Miss Boyd will make a specialty of Latin. The work on the artesian well has been suspended for the past two days on account of losing the drill. The rope broke, letting the drill and part of the rope fall to thebottom , a depth of 440 feet and so far they have been unable to get It out. Mr. Keefe, principal of the Weston high school, was in the city yesterday. The Road to Suceocfls. has many obstructions, but none so destructive as poor health. Success today demands health, but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever ktiown. It com pels perfect action of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and enriches the blood, and tones and Invigorates the whole system. Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use. You can't afford to slight Electric Bitters If weak, run-down or sickly. Only 50 cents. Guaranteed by Tallman & Co. Notice to Property Owners. Property owners must remove all limbs of trees extending over side walks and streets In tho city of Pen dleton, to a height of not less than nine feet In accordance with ordin ance 409 enacted by the common council of the City of Pendleton. THOS. FITZOEBALD, Recorder. A Narrow Escape. Edgar N. Bayllss, a merchant of Boblnsvlllc, Del., wrote: "About two years ago I was thin and sick, and coughed all the time and If I did not have consumption, It was near to It. I commenced using Foley's Honey and Tar, and It stopped by cough, and I now am entirely well, and have gain ed twenty-eight pounds, all due to the good results from taking Foley's Honey and Tar. Koeppen Bros. MILTON WHEAT WAREHOUSE TO BE ENLAIU;i:i The Second Annual PORTLAND FAIR OREGON'S BIGGEST SHOW ! SEPTEMBER 20-25, 1909 6 Horse Races Daily National Live Stock Exhibits Balloon Racing Chariot Racing Fascinating Midway Attractions FIREWORKS will be the most gorgeous and mag nificent pyrotechnic display ever seen on this coast. This will interest the whole family. Admission 5 0 Cents Reduced Rates on All Roads r i enced by the Farmers' Warehouse union of this city, necessitates the ad dition of another siorage room and for this purpose another warehouse, 40x80 feet Is being constructed on the lots just south of the present building. The old building Is ca pable of holding 42.000 sacks of grain, but this season the crop will be at least 62,000 and the new build ing now In course of construction will supply the room neded for the extra 20,000 sacks. There are two principal reasons why the warehouse space Is much more In demand this year than ever before: First, because of the extra yield of grain, and second, because the millers and shippers are buying only In moderate quantities at the present time. Beet Treatment for a Bnrn. If for no other reason, Chamber lain's Salve should be kept In every household on account of Its great value In the treatment of burns. It allays the pain almost Instantly, and unless the injury Is a severe one, heals the parts without leaving a scar. This salve is also unequaled for chap ped hands, sore nipples and diseases of the skin. Price, 26 cents. For sale by all good dealers. Bend Bulletin: People are snapping up the 320 acre homesteads on the High desert with much avidity and It Is now plainly evident that this large tract, comprising nearly a quarter of a million acres of fine wheat land, will be taken by homesteaders rap-Idly. Dr. Abernethy, the great English physician, said, "Watch your kidneys When they are affected, life Is In danger." Foley's Kidney Remedy makes healthy kidneys, corrects uri nary Irregularities, and tones up tha whole system. Koeppen Bros. Dolly for Hood River, Hood River, Ore. Word has been given out that Hood River will soon have a dally paper. Parties Interest- I ..Don't Forget.. That on a Round Trip Ticket East Ton 'Can Use the Soo-Spokane Route of the Through!, Alberta and. the Canadian Rockies If you purchase your ticket from the Northern Pacific rail way you can return via the Soo-Spokane. If from the O. R. & N. Co. you can either go or return via the Soo-Spokane. Details, berths, literature, address local agent or G. M. JACKSON, T. P. V. J. S. CARTER, Gen. Aft. 141 Wall St., Spokane. d in the matter would neither deny or affirm the reports. One of the in terested parties states that he thought Hood River a good field, especially on account of the fact that the democrat ic party in five or six contlglous coun ties was without a party organ, and that there had been a growing de mand in this section for a party pa per. It was further stated that Hood River was one of the best cities In eastern Oregon for advertising, and that it would accord a dally paper a. liberal patronage. WkepYonrHec3 Aches don't LiiwC chances with your heart by dosing with headache cures. It's caused by upset stomach or inactive liver. J ore (,' .1 par orrice will settle the stomach and make your liver act with out violence but effectively, it will remove tne cause and cure the headache. S3 'i-H,, srWav 'rtiraatfi FOR SALE BY A. C. KOEPPEN BROS. (Special Correspondence.) Milton, Sept. S. The wonderfully Increased volume of business expert- Now is the Time During the Hot Weather to Install a Gas Range. Are YoUtCompelled to work In a hot dirty kitchen, carrying wood and coal and shaking grates, start your fire an hour before you. will use It. I,ntnn ... .l r.,..l keep poking the fire and then have only a measeiy nine maze, maning your cotree iuko wurm and your hot cakes white and doughy. lay a fuel bill big enough to stagger your pockctbook. -spend nearly all your time in the kitchen, get ting yourself all dirty and too tired to go and dross to go out and enjoy yourself. DON'T YOU THINK YOU HAD BETTEU THROW OUT ALL THIS HOT, HARD WORK, BUY A OAS RANGE AND COOK WITH OAS? Then yuu can get your meals In your best gown without soiling It. Turn a valve and strike o match and you have a strong, steady, concentrat ed heat any time of DAY or NIOHT and at a second's notice, and AM, THESE HOT SUMI'ER DAYS WILL NOT BE SPENT IN A HOT, DIRTY KITCHEN. When you're down town drop In our office and let us show you all about a cm rang. Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. Matlock Building. i ,:$ ?. 1 wm