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DAII. UANT OltW;oMAN. Pfv.YDIHTON, OREOON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1$, 1900.
Appleburg 5 Acre racts Opening Day, Monday, Nov. 15th. Prices on the First Twenty-Four Tracts SOIL T WATER Tracl X 1 1 1 1 ilx r I, $17." Per Aero Trad tfwnber $150 E'er Acre Trad Number 17, $10 I'm- Acre Xracl Stunber fy L5Q Per Acre Trad N"nmbef 10, 150 Per Acre Trad Number 1, 150 Per Acre Trad Number 3 15Q Per Awe tract Number LI, 150 Per Arce Trad Number 10, - 12.". Per Acre Tracl Number 4 i:0 Per Acre Trm-i XiiiiiImt lii, 150 Per Acre Tract Number 20, ,-'.".) IVr Acre Trad Number ", 150 Per. Acre Tract Number l !, 150 Per Acre Trad Number 21, 12." Per Acre trad Number 4 150 Per Acre Tract Number 11, 175 Per Acre Tract Number 22, 125 Per Acre T i Number 7 ISO' Per Aero Trad Number 15, 150 Per Acre Tract Number 28, 200 Per Acre Tract Number 8 1150 Per Acre Tract Number 16, 150 Per Acre Tract Number 24, 250 Per Acre Profits McM ANUS & JOHNS REAL ESTATE AND FARM LOANS PILOT ROCK OREGON PENDLETON Climate HERMISTQH HAPPENINGS ENII FRUIT GROWER? ONION TO HOLD SESSION Congressman Kills Will Make Ad QtoM Before That Body A B O Hoys Will Serve Roan Soup SllKT Personal Niitcs. (Special Correspondence.) Hermiston, N'oc. 13. Miss Flor ence Garner departed Friday for Denver, where Bhe will visit or a few weeks before returning to Ilermiston to spend the hM.day season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Garner. Col. H. G. Newport left Saturday for a brief business trip to Portland. A supper which promises to be a little out of the ordinary will be served Saturday evening, November 13, at the Newport-Skinner hall un der the auspices of the Boys' ABC club. The menu Is reported to Include many palatable edibles, although the affair has traveled under the caption of "Bean Soup Supper." A large number of tickets have been sold and a big attendance is expected. At her home at Maple Wood ranch. Miss Fay Wells entertained sixteen of her young friends Friday evening and several hours of merriment were enjoyed by the guests. Work on the William Odasson block has been practically completed this week and will be ready for occu pancy following the completion of de tail work of the Inside finishing. The building Is constructed of hollow concrete blocks and with the hand some plate glass front presents a fine appearance. The building will be ormpled at FEW DOSES END I WILL MAKE ANY SUFFERER IN PF.NDI.ETON feet, fine Unite Hark, Bladder Misery and Any Kidney Disorder Vanishes No Man or Woman Hero In Pendleton, Whether Old cr Young Can Af ford to Ncfilect Out of Order Kidneys. Usually sufferers from backache, bladder trouble or out of order kid neys, feel relieved after several doses of Pape's Diuretic. Misery In the back, sides, or loins, slek headache, inflamed or swollen eyelids, nervousness, rheumatism and darting pains, heart palpitations, diz ziness, sleeplessness, listless, worn out feeling, and other symptoms of inactive, sluggish kidneys simply van ish. Uncontrollable urination (especially at night ) smarting, discolored water and all bladder misery ends. Feeling miserable and. worried Is need teas because this unusual prep aration goes at once to the out-of-or-,!( i- kidneys and bladder, distributing its cleansing, healing and vitalizing Influence directly' uon the organs and gland before you realize It The mo ment you suspect any kidney or uri nary derangement, or feci dheumatic pninls. begintaking this harmless medicine with the knowledge that there Is no other remedy, nt nny bl I '. mad., anywhere else In the world. Which Will effect so thorough and prompt a oure ; fifty-cent treatment of Tape's Diuretic, which any druggist can supply. Your physician, phnrmac'st, hank er or any mermntlle agency will tell yon that Pape. Thompson ft Papo, of Cincinnati, Is large and responsi ble medicine concern, horoughiy wor thy of your confidence, Only curative results can come from taktQg l': '.' Diuretic, and a few days' treatment will make any one feel fine. Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty ,.ni treatment from any drug storo anywhere in the world. once by the Hermiston Produce & Supply Co., who will carry a large line of general merchandise in addi tion to their grocery stock. The new store room Is especially planned for this line of business and Is equipped wlth a ladles rest room, balcony of fice and spacious stock rooms, in cluding a cement basement. Believing that a gathering of the Fruit Growers' union would be of benefit to the members and friends of the organization, President Dlshon has Called a meeting for Wednesday e ii ng to be held at the Newport Skinner hall. An especially profit able session Is anticipated as Con greatman W. It. BUia of Pendleton has accepted an Invitation to address the meeting. Among other speakers of the evening will also be Superin tendent it. W. Allen of the Umatilla project experimental station who win deal with tree planting and soil cul ture. Owing to the great demand made upon Congressman Ellis' time the union has been exceedingly fortunate in securing him for this date and It is hoped that every settler on the project will be present. H. R. Loughlin was a passenger Thursday on the afternoon local to Pendleton to transact business. Mrs. J. F. McNaught returned the first of the week from Seattle, where che has been the guest of friends for a month or two. Attorney E. S. Taylor of the local reclamation service, was a county si at visitor Thursday. W. E. Voire has been transacting business at Hardman this week. W. J. Clark, vice president of the Cmatllla Storage and Commission company, was In the city Friday from Pi udleton looking after business af fairs of tho company. Allen Thompson of Echo, was a business visitor In Hermiston Tues day. Oliver Hove came up from Uma tilla Tuesday and s now employed in the yards of the Inland Empire Lum ber company. Frank Sloan, a prominent clrizen of Stanfleld, was a business visitor to this city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs M. H. Blanton and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Blanton were guests at Hotel Oregon while here from Morrow county trading with the various merchants, and laying in sup plies for the winter. W. Barnes, a prosperous farmer of Morrow county, was In the city Thurs day purchasing supplies. Russell Brownell was a passenger on the morning local to Umatilla, Fri day. IIEKMISTON STOHE IS ENLARGING ACCOM MOD ATIONS ATHENA NEWS NOTES SEEDING THIS FALL BREAKS ALL RECORDS Larger Number of Aercs Being Seeded Than for Years $500 Reward f-fe7-d for Doaj Poisoner-. (Special Correspondence.) Athena. Nov. 12. The number of aiTes being seeded this fall In this district will surpass by far the record for previous years. This has been an unusually dry fall up until the past two weeks which has put toe farmers late In killing the weeds and seeding the extra acreage. Every land and team available are at work and with another week of fair weather tho busy season will be over. Blue stem is growing very popular with the far mer! and It will be used more this fall than usual. A STiOn reward has been offered for the one who has caused such a dis turbance in the canine family of Ath ena. During the past few days eight dogs have been found dead on the streets due to poison distributed by some unkown hand. The poison seems to have been distributed over town In pieces of beef carefu.v wrapped with a string. The two fox terriers of F. B. Boyd, and H. I. Watts were the first victims. They were two of the favorite dogs of the town and were valued very highly by their owners. The dogs most highly valued are not allowed to run loose any longer and the grey hounds, owned by the Stone Bros, have been sent to a ranch In the country for the present. Every effort Is being made to find the guilty person. Wanted to Exchange. The Eilers Piano House will accept on a piano deal a good horse, or a span of them, to weigh about 1300 each. Horses must be young, sound and good roadsters. Get in on this proposition now while we have the greatest sale on of pianos in our his tory. Everything in music. EILERS PIANO HOUSE. 813 Main street. Pendleton, Ore. A Hair' Breadth Escape. 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 ble? Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in perfect health and stop that cough with Ballard's Horehound Syrup Price 25c, 50 and $1.00 per bottle. A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Real Estate and Insurance. J. M. Eentley and Douglas Llfflng well have formed a co-partnership, with offices at 815 Main street. They will conduct a reliable and up-to-date Insurance, Real Estate and Rental agency. Call and see them. Phone Main 404. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and expels colds. Get the genuine In a yellow package. Koeppen Bros. And perhaps Brother Rockefeller figures that by restoring 2,000,000 southern people to health he will wid en the market for oil. 'LO" IS ONE LONG LAUGH THROUGHOUT (Special Correspondence.) Hermiston, Nov. 13. Owing to the Increase of business the Llttlefield confectionery will build an addition to the present store building and has been granted a permit f r that pur pose of Wm. Olasson. owner of the block. The new addition will be used exclusively for a billiard and pool room and will be separate and distinct from the ice cream and con fectionery parlor. Two new tables will be purchased for this room, which will add to the present equipment, '.I NI K L WESTON REACHES AGE LIMIT Washington. Nov. 1 3. Major-Gen. John F. Weston, XT, s. A.. In com mand of the department of Callfor- nln, reaches tho age limit for active "vice today and his name goes on j the retired list at the war denart ment. As a result of the retirement of' iienerni Weston Brigadier-General William H. Carter, now serving In the Philippines, becomes a major-gener-; fti, Co John G. D. Knight -corps of engineers becomes a hr'gndlrr-gen- i oral. The following rnrlnorr officers trill alto promote!: D cut. -Col. Geo. W. GoethSlS, Major William E. Cmighili, Cant. George M. Hoffman. " rst Lieut. Wltltam A. Mitchell, and ond Lieut Henry A. Finch. (Seattle Times, Oct. 30.) "Lo" Is all right; It's funny and worth the money. This really laughable assortment of musical comedy nonsense, for which O. Henry. Frank Adams and A. Bald win Sloane are held Jointly responsi ble, was passed about freely at the Grand at the matinee and evening per formance yesterday. Two big audi ences liked 'Lo" and made the same clear in the typical Grand way. And, "Lo," John E. Young, better known to Seattle as "Johnny Hicks" Is back again. Something of the local popularity If this clever young man was to be seen last night when Young was hailed with delight by everybody who remembered him In that other Harry Askln production. "The Time, the Place and the Girl," which mem ory still retains. He doesn't seem to have lost any of his ability to amuse, and In this new show, when Young doesn't bring a laugh, why, Dorothy Brenner does. The fun of the comedy is of a very peculiar variety. The enjoyment lies in the humor of fhe linos, which Is shot out with all the rapidity and ef fcctlveness of a gatling gun loaded with snuff. The Jokes and witlcisma come so fast that the appreciative are sent off into one long sneeze of laugh ter. In other words "Lo" is a big town show, filled with all the latest New York slang, which may sound like George Ade's, but which is not. It may not be as clever slang in some respects, but It's funnier, at that. And it's very well handled by John Youn : and Miss Brenner. The cast is a good one, the chorus seems to be Weil chosen and the comedy Is admirably staged. All In all, "Lo" Is worth see-In?. IT 18 FOR LADIES, TOO. They Cmn Stop Their Hair Fallta Out With Herplclde. Ladles who have thin hair and whose hair Is falling out, can prevent the hair falling cut, and thicken the growth, with Newbro's "Herplclde." Besides, Herpl clde is one of the most agreeable h: i dresslngs there is. Herplclde kills Hi.; Inndruft germ that eats the hair oft nt the root. After the germ Is destroys :. the root will shoot up, ajid the hair grow long as ever. Even a sample will con vince any lady that Newbro's Herplcldo is an Indispensable toilet requisite. It contains no oil or grease, It will not stair, or dye. Sold by leading druggists. Send We. In stamps for sample to The Herpl clde Co., Detroit, Mica, A. C. Koeppen ft Bros. One dollar bottles guaranteed. The Nissen Implement Company oave the agency for Famous Freeman Feed Cutters From the smallest size up to the 36 In. size. For both hand and power. Call and see us. opposite the Hotel Pendleton. IS The Second Annual National Apple SHOW SpokaneJashington November 15-20 This Apple Show is a world wide event of the great est importance to the Pacific Xorthwest and in order to encourage every one to attend the OREGON RAILROAD 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 be on sale all stations west of The Dalles November 14 and 15, ami from all statious east of The Dalles November 14 to 19 inclusive. Final return limit November 22, 1909. $25,000 In Prizes Will Be Given Away Grand Display, Interesting Lectures and Interesting Program Every Day During The Show For further information call on any 0. R & N. aoent or on WM. M MURRAY. General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore. HERE'S A PROPOSITION FOK A COOP HOMF o EASY PAYMENTS. $13(0 cash or $560 cash and 85 monthly lymenta of $13.21 each "r I60 cash and 100 monthly payment i f JH.S0 each, or $350 cash and 120 monthly payments of $13.21 each. MARK MOORHOUSE CO. Tel Slain S." 120 E. Court PII.TCB BPREP IN ('. To 14 I A YB AJ50 OINTMENT Is guaranteed to CDft any i hm "i1 tohtof, Bllad, Bleeding r Protend lag Piles In II to 14 dnjs or money refund d. nOo. What are Eilers going to do? A Methodist Minister Recommends Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rowed'. "I have .i!-od Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years for dinri hoea. I con alder it the best ron.oH I have ever tried for that trouble. I bought a bottle of it few days ago from our druggist, Mr. R. H. Brooks. I sha'l ever bo glad to speak a word' in it praise when I have the opportunity." Rev. J. D. Knapp. pastor M. F. church, Miles Grove, Pa. Sold by all good dealers. j aa,.a Buy Your Meat k 1 I OF THE EMPIItE MEAT CO. Phono Main IS. Always fresh and wholesome. Delivered promptly. . Fresh fish dally, steaks, chop, j roasts, snusage, hams, bacon X and lard. 0 t '. P. MKDKRXAC H. I'KOPKlKTon. HIGH-CLASS VAUDJFVILLE AND MOTION PICTURES For Men, Women and Children. SEB PB0GRAM i todays paper.