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, i -i ..I.H.OMAN, PKNM.KTON, OKBGON. THURSDAY, (fOVKMBBB 4, 1809.
page miu:x ATHENA NEWS NOTES li;ill OF l KI'TION i. si,1. PALLS i-.KI'oki; BUNTS R F. It. Boyd Rag "Man mui the Dour" KximtIciicc Now Mcnilwr id' Urn school Board Elected Commercial ltiii Electa Offlcera, (Special Corrvspomleiu .u.; Athena, ore., Nov. ,5. The largest lcr ( v.T Men by the citizens or Athena was brought to town by the hunting party that has just return!)) from a three weeks' stay at the head or Ci.ni.i Hondo river. Tho party conajaiing of Meeara Boyd, Worthing ton ujxJ fcitonc broughi hack several deer, hut all the Interest seemed to Center BTOUad the large one killed by Mr. John Stone, it wan pul on exhibition at the meat mfirkei ami Kur Bavaral hours the mafJtet was crowd ad With spectators. Arter being brought From to... mountains and dressed It u.ighcd iiCU pounds and iiianv oi ilu- earlier settlers hero who huve hunted deer tot many yuurs say It Is the JargeHt they have ever seen. The deer wis very fnt and the friends of the hunllng purty were tho re Olpll nts of venison. A moat Interesting time wus ex perience I by Mr. IT, U. Uoyd when he was encountered by a huge bear l.ir buck in the mountains. The bear wus frightened from his den by another member of the party and made straight for lioyd, who uncertain as to the Intentions of the bear, looked In the other direction and followed his look. But ns soon as he perceiv ed that he and the bear were going In opposite directions he tinned and gave chase and With a well directed shot from his rifle left a hat full of hair and bide on the ground, but the bear continued IiIh flight down the canyon, leaving a streak of blood behind him. The party followed for a distance through the undorbrush, but failed to find him again. Mr. Jerry Stole, a member of. tho Bchooi board, has moved from the Athena district, which necessitated the elec tion of another member, which took place last Monday after noon. The election was held at the school building and was presided over b"y the chairman of the board, C. A. Barrett. Two names were presented to fdl the Vacancy, B. B Richard and li.nry Keen, The ballot result ed In the . lection of Mr. Richards At tho meeting of the Commercial club tonight the regular election and Installation of officers will take place, At the last meeting a num ber of names were suggested for the different offices so there would be ample time In which to decide upon the best men. The regular business meeting will be held before the elec tion of offlcere. Mr. Bendt ron, Who has been ope rator for the 0, K- & N. for the past few months, left yesterday to accept a position In Portland. He has been employ ..I by Mr. J. C. Perkins of that city. Hob t.'oppack left yesterday for Al berta, where he will remain for some time. He has gone on a bus.ness trip and states that It may he several weeks before he returns. A. M Otitis, erstwhile of Athena, but now living In Washtuena, has been here for Beveral days on busl teas. Ikl The Kp worth League spent a most fleasant evening at the Methodist parson.il.le ,.n Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs Hammond made every one feel at home and tho reports from the league were very encouraging. What Would You Ho? In ease Of a hum or scald what would you do to relieve the pain? Such Injuries are liable to occur In any family and everyone should he prepared for them. Chamberlaln'i salve applied on a soft cloth will re lieve the pain almost Instantly, and unless the Injury Is n very severe one will cause the parts to heal without leaving a scar. For sale by all good dealers. ' ' The MlCk lhal Threw the Brick," at III Grand Tllla Week. gon. Just 14 weeks ago one of his horses gave him a vicious kick on the right leg Just below the knee, the result' was a compound fracture. A large portion of the tibia had been crushed. The fracture ran upon Sev an! lines. Amputation aeemo ! In evitable. After the case had gone from had to worse. Or Nelson took charge of It and determined that the only way to snve Klley's leg was to alt..; ip the difficult Operation of Inlay ng tie Injured bone with pieces of pone from an animal. A Piftillnr Wrench of the foot or ankle may produce a Very serious sprain. A sprain fs more painful than a break. In all j sprains, cuts, burns and scalds Bal lard's Snow Liniment is the best tklBg to use. Relieves the pain lnstan:ly. reduces swelling. Is n perfect nntlsep- I tic und heals rapidly. Price 2r.c, 60c and J1.I10. A. C. Koeppen & Bios POLICE IN "SOFT BERTHS" HADE 1T 1 VT0BK Chicago Police Chief steward has abolished 4!C "soft berths" dttrftlg his two months In offiee. accord.'ng to the figures compiled by the c'.i ' secretary. That means thai the nu merical strength of patrolmen trav eling bents have been increamd b) per cent. When Colonel (Rew ard took the office there were ISO patrolmen, of whom only is2 were traveling posts the duty for wh ch they were employed and are paid. The others were on special detail,, and that in many instances Is another term for "snap jobs" for the police men. The chief has recalled ;) Of these men on special detail. BONES FROM DO GRAFTED ON MAN'S LEG San Francisco. Six pleoes of bone, taken from the leg of a dog in the public pound and grafted Into the tibia of Joseph Riley's right leg. have saved his from an amputation. This Is one of the most remarkable sur gical operations ever performed In America. Dr. Arthtir B. Nelson pronounced It a success snfl within a short time Riley, who lay fot weeks In danger of losing his leg. will walk out of the Saint Winifred hospital In Sutter street, as well as ever. The operation was performed five weeks ago. Riley Is the drlwr of a milk wa- The General Demand of the Well-Informed of the World hns always been for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy ot known value; a laxative which pin si clans could sanction for family use because Us component parts are known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial ia effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt. In action. In supplying that demand with its excellent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for its remarkable success. That Is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Woll Informed. To get Its beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufac tured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for aale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. A Hnlr' Breadth Eecape. Do you know that every time you have a cough or cold and let It run on, thinking It will Just cure itself you are Inviting pneumonia, consump tion or some other pulmonary trou- , bleV Don't risk t. Put your lungs back In perfect health and stop that cough with Ballard's Horehound Syrup Price 25c, 50 and M.OO per ' bottle. A. C. Koeppen & Bros. HIT OP FRYING INTO THE FIRE San Francisco, Nov. 3. -When Vincent Briscoe is released from San Qtientln Monday, after serving eight years for assault and robbery, he will he met by Chicago officers at the gates on a charge of murder ng Po liceman Patrick Duffy nf Chicago, nine years ago. They have secured his requisition. Duffy was shot In cold blood. According to Chicago au thorities. Prison and Leary Sullivan, an accomplice were caught robbing a store anil placed under arrest, but while Duffy was snnpplng the hand cuffs on Sullivan. It Is alleged Brle coe shot him In the rack, killing him. Hoth escaped, but Sullivan was later captured. SOCIALIST RF.VOIT IN SPOKANE MAY IIAVE niiOOHY END Spokane, Nov. 3. The arrival of Eugene Debs Is expected this after noon to help the Industrial workers In their socialist revolt against Spo kane's prohibition or street speak ing. Hundreds of men have come all the way from Portland, Missoula and Kallapetl. The assistance of the inllit la Is likely to be necessary' to en able the police to cope with the sit uation. The Jail Is crowded with two hundred already arrested, and the fight Is being waged with greater de term. nation. Some authorities believe there will be bloodshed If the court doesn't repeal the ordinance In the cases on trial. John Taylor drove In from the Fast Side yesterday. He says all his neighbors are drinking Folger's Gold en Gate Coffee and he took two 5 lb cans home with him. Let the women do your work. Ha" ft FSnney wilt clean and press yon suit or dreia, right. Phone Main 19S COMMON VAN CONVEYS FORTUNES to AND PRO Washington-Visitors to Wash ington who have their eyes .p"ii.may see, once or twice a day. ;i le'" , !oed wagon drawn by three sturdy hUa horses drive up Fifteenth etroet and back up agalnai th.. curb at one of the entrances to the treasury depart ment. There is nothing especially to distinguish th:s wagon from lots of others, except that thai usually two men on the front sent beat le the driver and two other in. n standing on the ba. k step. But When the vis itor notices the numbe: Of package! that are tak n off the wagon this ex tra complemi nt of attendants ceases to invasion comment or surprise it teems to be quite natural, and the comings and goings of the wagon nt tract little attention. Yet there Is a romance about that van which reaeher. out to every man. WOmail and child n the country wh hies spent a dollar bill or any other amount In currency for that matter, in the last twenty -Six- years. For ev ery place of paper, money that has been leau d in tha United states dur ing that time has first ridden in that wagon, and the total equals all the money there is in the world today. A recent calculation produced some rather remarkable comparisons. Fr instance, the report says: "It would take H str'ng of hay wagons twenty miles long to hold the money that has paaaod through this old van If the packages were piled one on top of the Other they would make a monument Ufteen'mUea high. If the bills were t.l load end to end the string would be 180,008 miles long, or equal to ten times the distance around the world. They would carpet a mad fifty feet wide from New Vork to S.in Fran cisco. Their weight In coal would supply tha average family with fuel for ISO ears. Had an expert begun cOUnting this money in the days of Columbus he would have been half through When President Tuft was In augurated." So it Is rather an interesting old wagon, after all. Its trips are not long, nlthough they are so import ant It brings the currency from the bureau of engraving and printing, where it Is printed, to the treasury department, scarcely half a mile away The money is puckigl in bun dles, each weighing 12 and one-half pounds and each containing one thou sand sheets with four bills to the sheet. The value of each package de pends, of course, upon the denomina tion or "size" of' the bills It contains. One package which was composed altogether of $10,000 bills, and was worth $40,000,000, was once hauled. That was an exceptional bundle, but ven when the bills are of the lowest denomination, $1, the packages are .vorth $4000 each. It s because of the value of Its loads that the old wagon Is accom panied by four men. two n front and two behind, besides the driver. Uncle Sam is not taking any chances on a "hold-up" even If the drive Is so short. Bach of those man is heavily armed and ready to tackle any man. or par ty of men. that should attempt a "wild west" display In the neighbor hood of the wagon. OhYouMedbiiry! Alex. Mcpherson says that Medbury is the finest body of land for Orchard purposes that he has cxamln.d In IiIh twenty years experience! as an expert horticulturist. .Send for his report and read his reas .ns why this is so. The report contains an analysis of the soli and gives results of Government data on the climate. He tells the reason. 10,000 Acres Of Carey Act Land Will Be Open For I iiblsc Entry At Medbury, November 16th Part nf the land will be opened for public drawing, and old residents -who relinquished their hold ings h; ve preference right to some of It. v . This land can be selected now and filed upon at the time of the drnwlng. Water rights $65.00 per uc n with ten ;i an to make payment. 5-8 of an Inch of wat- r . very year, which Is equal to ten Inches of rainfall every year. Maintenance fee guaranteed not to exceed sr. cents per acre. Best water sup ply In the west. TOWN' I.OTS BY IHI' ACRE. i On the date f the Opening the Company will off.r for sale at Public Drawing UNDER CARET ACT RUUS8 a large tract of deeded land In small acreage tracts. Some of it adjoins the town of Med bury and aa the Company has platted but ninety acres into town lots, this Ian! will be valuable for town lots as soon as the town Increases In slxe. EVERY TRACT ONE PRICE 31050. No acreage tracts will he sold before the Opening at any price but everything will be put up at public drawi&g. The first number out will have the choice of the entire tract. $210.00 COVERS EVERY PAYMENT FOR ONE YEAR. The first payment of $210.00 is the only payment required on BOTH WATER AND LAND for one rear Out of this amount the Company makes the first payment on the water and the purchaser Is giv en CARET ACT TERMS ON THE BALANCE DUE. The balance of the purchase price Is divided Into four equal payments extending over four years. MEDBURY. A TOV WITH A FUTURE The new town of Medbury will be surrounded with every condition to make a gaod town out of it. It is the center of 15.000 acres of the BEST land In the State of IDAHO, all of which will support a family to every five acres. It will be the trading point for the Twin Falls Bruneau segregation. It is the trading point for Bruneau Valley on the main line of the Oregon Short Line Railroad. IS PEIt CENT ON YOUR INVESTMENT IS ABSOLUTELY ASSURED Within thirty days after the sale the Company guarantees to raise the price 25 per cent every acre, tract and town lot remaining unsold, so that purchasers may at once offer their holdings for an advance In price and have no competition from Company property. For Power of Attorney blanks, either Carey Act or Acreage Tracts or Information on all points address: KINGS HILL EXTENSION IRRIGATION COMPANY, LTD. GLENNS PERRY, IDAHO. MEDBURY, IDAHO. BOISE, IDAHO. Or see JAMES .lOHN'S at Hartman Abstract Co. Local reference. J. E. Montgomery. double Joust with the law today and if he doesn't get out of town pretty soon he stands a mighty good chance of going to jail. Early this morning Johnson was arrested for exceeding the speed lim it on the Great Hlghwayy. and ap peared In Judge Weller's court to answer to the charge, but the case went over to tomorrow morning, Johnson putting up $100 cash ball- A few minutes later, while thou sands were waiting for tho great pa rade. Johnson sprinted down Mnrket street in his big machine hut was held up nt Seventh by two policemen. He was Informed that he would have to turn back, but at first he refused to do so, declaring he didn't care a rap about Portola. the police or anything else, for that matter. He cooled down, however, when threatened with arrest, and turned back, amid the jeers of the crowd. The district attorney this afternoon declared he would recommend a Jail sentence for Johnson when the negro is brought to trial tomorrow. The Second Annual National Apple SHOW TO CURB A COI.P IN ONB DAY. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on each box. 2.1c. JACK JOHNSON AND OFFICERS CLASH AGAIN San Francisco, Oct. 21. Not con tent with having a legal run in yes terday over a debt of $100, Jack Johnson, the black ' pugilist, had a i i.c'iciuia Ramify FOR t PI ".!'s Cream Bo!,i i aalekh nl.sn'bM. oi.o lojiiol al one. it clean. r bat, l'uls uu 1 pnnccta ne nil iia sen uiem- i ... resulting trcra Catarrh and drives iwuy nCold lu the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Ta-de and Smell Full size 50 eta. at Druggists or by rnnil. Liquid Cream Balm (or use ia atomisers 75 cts. iilv Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York. Does the Iowa man who says ho is going to live a hundred years ex pect to sustain life at high prices un til he proves It? DISCRIMINATING LADIES. P.nloj- Vslnc HornMiIe on Account ol Its DlitlnrtlronrK. The ladles who have used Newtm's terplelde speak of It In t'.ie Mghesl erma, for Ifn quick effect In clean lr.c he srnln of dandruff and also for It ex cller.ee as a general ha!r-.'re?'ng It makes the scalp feel fresh ar. l I! alloys lhat Itching which dandruff w'.ll eauBe, .Vewbro's Herpielde effective' cures lindrcff, ns It Qestftyg the gorta tat nures It. Th rrnio germ caas.es hlr t -VI out. and later baldness; W Wmrr It. HarpWde stops falling hr.tr and peaveat inldness. It Is also an Ideal hair dtfees ng. fcr It lends an aristocratic char"" to the hair that Is milte distinctive B .1 I leading druggists, fend 1)c. la stantW 'or sample to The Herplcldn Co., ne rnit. Mich. One dollar bottles guaranteed. A. C. Koeppen A Bros. Every Woman U lntoreated and phonlJ know about the wonderful Marvel UUUUNO V bSCSSaJW a aH iiBB . Ask vonr drntnrlit for It If h cannot fnpply Ih.. If AKYKL. accent no o'hir. hut send stamp :r lllns- triiod book sonlod. It elve full nnrttniHN and ilirM'tlon laTalnlhla '.. la lloa. MARVEL CO., 44 E. 23d SI., New Yor MEN AND WOMEN! ! Bis 41 for nnnttnral dlachr.!M,!iiSimmittoDI, Irritation! or ulcarailoai of muooQ! Djpnibranft. rr.r,.k I'hUHh. P.inlM mil nnt ftAtrln. gent or poUoaona. old by DrogTUU, or teat ia plain v.-i-.n, hr r. prepaid, tot Sl.oo. . J t. .tu r. : Circular not oo rcaaiV aaVff wl.orictor. Ea.1 tank SMCiiou'n.o.fH wa r . . mr Spokane-Washington November 15-20 Thi Apple Show is a world wide event of the great est importance to the Pacific Northwest and in order to encourage every one to attend the OREGON RAJ DROAD AND NAVIGATION COMPANY will make a special round trip rate of One and One-Third Fare from all points on its lines in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho Tickets will he on sale all stations west of The Dalle November 14 and IS, and from all stations east of The Dalles November 14 to 10 inclusive. Final return limit November 22, 1909. $25,000 In Prizes Will De Given Away Grand Display, Interesting Lectures and Interesting Program Every Day During The Show For further information call oo any (). R. & X. agent or on WM. Mi Ml'KK.U , General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore. Ill JOSUWW