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bAILY EAST UUK.liONM.V 1'EHUUSTOH, OUEUOH. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1908.
MAT BE KATE WAR
AMONG Tit BOATS
river STEAMERS TO
CUT DOWN TIME
Itmxt llotwetn Ihiilcy Outwit nnd
S'Mnccr from 1'oituiiul to The
Duller Kml (.'nUtl to lie Fea
ture of the Ilrvcr burins Uie Summer.
Without a pound of . freight, but
currying big lists of paBHengers, the
stamers Churlea R. Spencer and Ball
ey antrert pulled out from their re
epectlve docks at 7 o'clock thin morn
lug and are testing their speed In
race to The Dalles, suys the Portlun
Telegram of Tucsduy. In 65 minutes
they covered the 17-mlle htri.tch to
Vancouver, the Spencer but a boat
leiiKth In the 1 cad. Either craft
stands an excellent show to win J.h
contest to the Wasco county metrop'
"if the boats ever did race since
they have been In service," said Cap
tain E. W. Spencer, who made the
trip to the Barracks City on hi
steamer, "they did this morning afte
getting out of the harbor limits. To
comply win the city ordinance, w
spent 13 minutes get ween the Steel
bridge and the Portland flouring mill
Which could have been covered In
"After that the bouts cut through
the water for all they were worth Off
lilntnn tho Gutzcrt whistled to pass
the Spencer but she was unuble to
do It. Owing to the fact that It was
the first trip of he spencer for sev
era 1 monhs, she did not make us good
a showing as she will later."
Other passengers who went as fa
as Vancouver on the racing boats say
It was one of the most Interesting
contests they have seen for years. Both
are considered tho crack river steam
ers plying out of Portland.
There Is not only rivalry between
the crews, but the owner us well
Quiet preparations have been going
on for the race for the past week.
large number of people became aware
of the plans and took passage to en
Joy the excitement.
The steamers will return to Port
land tonight. As they have no frelgh
they will stop at but few way land
lng and will likely arrive at an early
Jiour. From now on the steamers will
make dally round trips between Port
land and The Dalles, and speed con
tents urv expected to be of common
occurrence. Until this morning the
Bailey Gatzert has been going up the
river one day and returning the next
"If the Regulator Lino people get to
crowding me too closely," Bays Cap
tain upenccr, I will cut the passen
ger rare from II. SO to $1 to The
Dalles. Every other day I will run
the Hpencer to Astoria ftjid return
putting the same fare Into effect on
th:tt route. There Is every prospect
inui a rule .war will result."
CI HE the CAUSE.
TWO TIMM KM TltOIT
riiACI'l) IX MI LI j CHEEK
05 IVr font of Ere K-rivcl iy,u
fWlfonlla UrttolM'O Ittit'Mowi Killed
Trout to the number of 2000 were
in Ken from the hatchery yesterday
ana placed In the waters of Mill
creek. ayn the Walla Walla Union
imrv wvrv me last or a consignment
or flsii reoeived recently from Call
Jorniii. The finny members wrre
fortod from the hatchery to their fu-
mre home by Oscar Drumheller, Ben
JMone and Charles Camnbell
Of the rainbow trout eggs received
irom vailtoriila bv Dip Wniin Won,.
haiih.'ry practically all hatched, the
per cent being about 96. A number of
the fish were killed however hv rinn
lng moss which iflor through the
woouen pipe at the Intake. To pre
vent any further casualties from thli
cause, the weden pipe will be replac
ed by an trou nine, the end of uhl.-h
through the raising of the dam, will
be ahout two feet below the nurfac
of the water. The California ,eggs
wero receive about 60 days ago.
The next nupply of eggs will prub
ably arriv from the government
hatchery at Lake Chelan. A promise
of GO, 000- haa ben received from tb
officials of the hatchery.
Largo Number of Rowl I Cm tale Deal
The following Is the list of war
ranty deeds placed on record at the
court house In one day.
Mary J. Moss to Charles Albright,
1250. Beginning at the southeast
corner of block 1 in Frazler's addi
tion to Milton; running north 120 feet
thence west 60 feet; thence south 120
feet; thence east 60 feet to beginning.
W. I. Eniry et ux, to J. I. Dotson,
et al, 11850. The north half of the
northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter, section 27, township 6 north,
range 35, E.. W. M.
William Nichols et ux, to Joseph
West, 1200. Lot 6 In block 1, Mc
' Coy's addition to Milton, also the fol
lowing adjoining said lot 6 on south,
beginning at the northwest corner
of block 6 In said town, running
southeasterly along westerly line of
lot 5 In block 5 If said line of lot 5
were extended southwesterly In a
straight line, thence in a northeast
erly direction to Intersection with
east and west center line of section
If the tea is good you
as.k for a second cup; if
not, you ask for the
Tonr troctrrrtiimi tout irnnrr If roe doit
Hi Scbillinf'S Bolt; w par him.
How to Itemed y Much of llio Suffer
ing In Pendleton.
Half of the sickness and suffering
In Pendleton comes from a weak
stomach. Cure tho caune by unlng
Ml-o-na Stomach Tablets and be well
Even the most chrolc cases yield to
Ml-o-na. W. C. Worrell, connected
with the Lake Shore rullroad for
years, sayB: "For 15 years I had acute
stomach trouble and nothing helped
me. A friend recommended Ml-o-na
and two boxes entirely cured me."
Cure the cause of your suffering
and be well and happy.
If tho stomach is weak and you
have Indigestion, flatulence, dizziness,
headache, etc., get a 50-cent box of
Ml-o-na from Tullman & Co. They
give an absolute guarantee to refund
the money unless Ml-o-na cures.
12, township 5 north, range. 35 E. M.
M thence west to beginning.
John B. Frazicr et ux, to William
II. Frazler, $3000. Southeast quar
ter of the northeast quarter, section
1, township 6, north, range 35, E. W.
C. II. Dotting to William C. Galla
her, 1800. East half of the north
west quarter of the southeast quarter,
section 27, township 6 north, range
35, E. W. M.
Maud L. Haley to James A. Fee,
15760. Commencing at point on
north line of O. K. & N. Co.'s right of
way north 64 degrees 17 minutes, west
15.61 chains from south corner of
section 21, township 3 north, range
33 E. W. M which is south 28 de
grees, 22 minutes, east 9.4 chains from
stone set in ground, thence north
28 degrees and 22 minutes, west 8.42
chains to tho center of tho county
road a point, north 28 degrees and 22
minutes, west 30 links from stone set
in ground; thence following center of
said road In northeasterly direction
to Itnersectlon of said center line of
county road with line between sections
21 and 23 in said township and
range, thence south along said sec
tion line 1.S2 chains, north of ald
railroad right of Way which Is 23.88
chains north of the southeast corner
of section 22, thence southwesterly to
Oeorge H. Demott to G. W. In
gram. $1. Lot 11, block 16. Haley's
addition and lot 11 In block 16 In
Houser's addition In Pendleton, Ore.
O. A. Hurtman et ux to Oeorce It.
Demott, $400. Lots 9 and 10 in block
16 in Haley's addition, also beginning
at northwest corner of said lot 10 and
running west to cajft line of Blaln
street, thence at right angles south
iuu teet. thence. easterly to southwest
corner of lot 9, thence north uio feet
Thron Olsen et ux to August Zeus-
ke, $4500. South half section 29 and
southeast quarter section 30, township
a iiurin, range 31, e. w. M.
George Brlsbols to J. B. Bald win.
$500. West half of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter, sec
tion i i , township 6 north, range 35
E. W. M.
George Brlsbols to C. II. Dotting.
East half of the northwest
Silk ' Petfeicoflis Me
You should see those Handsome Petticoats,
they come in all those handsome shades
and at a handsome saving at
$4.90, $5.90, $6.90 and $7.50
C. C. ANTHONY'S
Pendleton Cloak and Suit House
Buy of us and it's allright
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
At the election to be held June 1, 1S0I
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section Z7. township 6 north, range
00 C. W. 31.
BIG HAXK IXCORltmATEI).
IauM nnil Tlltoirs Xo Ingrr n 111-
vatc Banking- House.
Articles of Incorporation were
filed Saturday by the Ladd & Tilton
bank, soys the Salem Journal. The
institution commenced business At a
corporation Monday after almost 50
years of existence as a private bank.
The capital stock is $1,000,000, fully
paid up, und the Institution shows a
surplus of $400,000 at the outset of
Its corporate cuieer.
The management of the bank will
be the sanio as heretofore; the ne
cessity for incorporation arises from
he increasing business of the lnstltu
ion. This can be handled better by
a corporation than by a private bank
and in case of the death or disability
of any of those who control the bank
he business cannot be affected In any
way, where as If the private bank
were continued much probate busi
ness und straightening out of the es-
ate would necessarily follow the death
of any one In control of the Institution.
BAD DOLLARS ARE PLENTY.
Counterfeits Mudc by Turner and
Ramsey Deceive Public.
Complaints continue to reach the
office of United States Attorney Mo
Court that counterfeit dollars are be
ing circulated in this city, says, a
Portland paper. Yesterday a news
dealer reported that he had received
one of the spurious coins and the fact
was reported to Steve Connel, Becret
service agent of the treasury depart
ment, who last week caused the ar
rest of Louis Turner and Steve Ram
sey, ex-convlcts and notorious coun
terfeiters who are known to be the
men who manufactured and original
ly distributed many of these coins.
Since the arrest of the pair, Mt.
Connell has recovered from several
business houses, Including some of
the banks, a large number of the bo
gus dollars. So well made Is the coun
terfeit money that It circulates read
ily, several of the bad dollars having
been accepted by street car conduc- J
tors. It is estimated by the federal 1
authorities that Turner and Ramsey
passed about 4 00 of the coins In tills i
vicinity before they were captured, '
together with their outfit In Van-'
couver. Wash. The charge of coun
terfeiting against the men will be In- !
vcstlgated by the next grand Jury.
Mrs. E. Henderson of Portland has
deserted her husband and five little 1
children, ranging In age from three,
months to five years. Her where, j
abouts Is unknown.
. . IE
Morrie B. Streeier
Lessee and Manager
The Return of the Favorites
The Streeter-Bryan Company
Wednesday and Thursday
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Matinee
Sunday, Monday knd Tuesday
"Thorns and Orange Blossoms"
PRICES: 25c, 35c and 50c.
Reserved seats on sale at Pendleton Drug Company
The Best Security on Earth
Is the Earth Itself.
With your savings invested in land you have absolute control over it. You
are independent of everyone. The profits to be had in orchards are far greater
than the same amount of money can earn invested in any other line of business.
And these profits are certain and sure every year, increasing as the orchard grows
FOH COUNTY CORONER
At election to be held June 1, IMS.
G. W. Phelps
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
At election to be held June 1, 1901.
C. A. Barrett
(Present Incumbent) ,
At election to be held June 1, 1101.
C. P. Strai
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
At election to be held June 1, 1908.
L. L. Mann
At election to be held June 1. 1909.
T. D. Taylor
At election to be held June 1, 19M.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
At election to be held June 1, 1906. .
My platform: "Permanent Improve- -menu."
John Q. Peebler
FOR RECORDER OF CONVEYAN
CES. At election to be held June 1, 1908.
Hotel St. George.
Joe Good. New York; D. Ogllvy,
North Yakima; It. 13. Hallock, Port-
iuiiu. ricu j.v uruvva, oeiuue, o. J.
McLean, New York; A. H. Wilson,
Chicago; D. E. Spencer and family,
Kemerber, S. D.; Harry Newton,
'ortland; James Fltzpatrlck and fam
ily, Lostlne; Dr. K. O. Parker, Pilot
Hock; A. O. Ogllvle, Jhon Clancy,
Win. Dunn, Portland; T. S. Flarerty,
Spokane; It. R. Johnson, Echo; Lew-
s Hathburn, J. T. Long, C. F. John
son, Huston; G. W. Tyooke and fam
ily, Ilermlston; Miss G. Brauacombe,
Walla Walla; Mr. Roy Williams, Wal-
a Walla; Mr. A. C. Jackson. Walla
Walla; J. D. Slater, La Grande; O. O.
Novel Picnic at Rlckreall.
County School Superintendent II.
Seymour has set the date for the
nnual school picnic at Rlckreall for
Saturday, May 16, says the Salem
Journal. The program for this plc-
Ic will be something quite novel, and
will be In tho form of an entertain
ment commemorative of the first
school ever opened In Oregon. Sev
eral of the men and women who at
tended that school will be present and
aRslst In the program.
Ralls Arrive for Springfield Kou'd.
Eugene. Ore.. May 6. Tho first
rails for the Springfield extension of
the Eugene street railway were de
livered today. A good-sized crew of
workmen have been working stead
ily at grading and the pile driving
for the trestle across the bottom lands
has commenced. The work of laying
the track will .be on shortly.
Safety Insurance Gasoline Stoves
are approved by the National Board
of Fire Underwriters. Made right
orks right. Sold by Goodman Hard
In railroad facilities Hanford will excel any fruit district in America. It will
liave connection with four trans-continental railroads The Great Northern and
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul on the north; the Northern Pacific and North
Coast on the south. One electric railroad surveyed on the west bank and one on
the east bank of the Columbia while daily boats now ply the river between Han
ford and Pasco.
The water for irrigation at Hanford will be steady, abundant and cheap. We
have the whole Columbia river, one of the largest in the United States, for our
supply. Water will be delivered to the fruit growers at a cost not exceeding
$1.50 per acre each year, in quantities guaranteed to be sufficient to seccessfully
irrigate their land.
Sweeps the Early Market
Owing to its favorable location and its mild climate, the fruit at Hanford
ripensjfrom three to five weeks earlier than the fruit in any other district in the
northwest, This is a great feature. It means that the Hanford fruit reaches the
market first in the early spring, when people are eager to gratify their desire for
fruit and willing to pay high prices to do so. This desire to taste the first lu
scious fruit is worth thousands of dollars to the growers at Hanford, for they are
the first to receive its benefits. N
For Further Information See
Mr. J. W. Fox, special representative, room 2l, St. George Hotel who will
leave Monday, May 11, at 4:30 p. m. with a large crowd of Hanford enthusiasts
who are contemplating buying, or address
Spencer, Fox Gregory
Frank K. Welles
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERIN
TENDENT. At election to be held June 1, 1908.
The Brewery Depot
Paul Hemmelgarn," Prop.
invites all his friends to call for
a glass of the best beer in town.
A cool, orderly stopping place
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and
Finest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars Served.
Card and Billiard Room
For Gentlemen Only.
Daily trips between Pendletan and
?kiah, except Sunday. Stage leaves
Pendleton at 7 a. m., arrives at Uklah
at 6 p. m. Return stage leaves Uklah
at p. m., arrives at Pendleton at I
Pendleton to Uklah. IS. 00; Pen
dleton to Alba. $2.76; Pendleton to
Ridge, $2; Pendleton to Nye, 11.10;
Pendleton to Pilot Rock, IL
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