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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1902)
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1902.
Complete External and Internal
Treatment for livery Humor.
Consisting of Cbticuka Soap (35c), to
cleanse the skin of cruaU and scalps, and
often the thickened cuticle, 'Ccncuiu OlnU
luent (SOc.), to Instantly allay Itching, irrita
Bon, and Inflammation, and eootho and heal,
and CtmccitA IIesolvkxt (30c), to cool and
cleanse the blood. "
A single set Is often onfUcicnt to cure the
most torturing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and
blood humors, rashes, ltchlngs, and Irrita
tions, with lose of hair, when the best physl
dans and all other remedies fall.
Boldthroarhaatthc trorld. IMttii Dim in CnU'
Oou-., Sole Prop... Button. . How to Cnrc Unman, free
FALLING HAIR """c&lVJSZZ
k Females of All Ages
', find these jPHIs simply invaluable,
as a few doses will .restore free and
regular conditions and effectually
remove the causes of much suffer
ing to thesex.
Bold Ererywhoe-In boxta 100. and c
HOW IS THE TIME
to have your homes or places of
business papered, painted and
put in shape,for house cleaning
time is near at hand, so don't
delay. Our stock of Wall Paper,
Paints and Mouldings is com
plete. The newest styles of
Wall Paperare at our store and
we have expert workmen to do
the papering and .decorating.
Come and let us figure on your
work. We will save you inonf y.
Great Enthusiasm Among the Peo
ple; Merchants are Decorating and
Making Elaborate Window Dis
plays; Evergreens In Profusion, -i.
Preparation to receive the city
guests have begun in earnest and our
enterprising business men are dres
sing up their places of business in a
manner befitting the occasion. They
are indeed showing thet true Pendle
ton spirit of progress iveness, and
one that betokens a true appreciation
of the great organization, whose hosts
are honoring the city with their, pres
ence. It is also a fitting tribute ;to
the local camp and circle which are
planning the erection of a $25,000
home in Pendlaton.
The Woodmen express themselves
as deeply grateful for this recogni
tion from the Commercial club and
citizens, generally, especially as it
comes entirely unsolicited.
The following Woodmen windows
were in; this morning when a repre
sentative of the East Oregonian made
a tour of the town: .
The St Joe store, because of be
ing first is entitled to be first men
tioned. This window represents a
Woodman standing over an Immense
log with -acaat-hook in his hand(
ready to do a little "log-rolling. The
window is dressed in red, white and
black, the official colors of the Wood
men of the World.
The Boston store scene represents
a series of Jogs, a saw horse and buck
saw, a goat and a train load of excur
sionists, on which the Woodmen are
crowded to the platform and engine.
Dindinger. Wilson & Co. have dedi
cated two windows to the "Neigh
bors," each containing a log in colors
and a "Welcome Woodmen of the
World" sign. In one window also
appears an old tree, in which is
mounted a wise old owl, who surveys
the scene with solemn dignity.
The Peoples Warehouse has a
Woodman dressed in the official pa
rade uniform, and Its goods dressed
with official Woodmen rosette. It
also shows a pillow with a stump em
blem of the order. This store will
put in an immense window display
But for .designs, Alexander's De
partment store window fairly de-
RprrpR Ihp medal. The window dres
ser for this firm has certainly done
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St i opp. Co art House.
PRICES A5 LOW A5 THE LOWEST
For All Kinds of Building Material,
; Screen Doors
Aad Don't Forget Our Wood Gutter
tor Barns and Dwellings
M i The 'OrnciaJ program
The official program of the two
days has been compiled and will be
published dally In the dally East Ore
gonian. That of Monday will appear
In Saturday's paper, and for Tuesday,
in. Monday's paper. Every minute of
the time has been taken up and, the
vlogs" will be kept "rolling" from
start to finish.
Committee" Meeting Tonight
A very important meeting of the
general committee will be held to
night in Stlllman and Pierce's office.
It is desired that every member of
every sub-committee be present in
order that each may make a detailed
report, and be assigned to Its post of
duty for the ensuing conclave. As
the session will doubtless be an ex
tended one the meeting will be call
ed to order at 7:30.
In order that there may be no ques
tion with reference to accommoda
tions, the Woodmen are being im
pressed by the committee with the
fact that every neighbor is exBected
to appear at headquarters in La Dow
hall next Monday, after the arrival
of the special train, and to take at
least one member of the order to his
or her home. This will he required,
only in case the rooms engaged should
run out If that should happen, how
ever, the committee will insist on the
resident members accommodating
any unprovided for, even though the
local members sit up during the night
At worst it will not be as bad for a
resident of Pendleton to sit up all
night in his or her own home as it
would be for a visitor to walk the
streets. Pendleton's well known re
putation for hospitality must be kept
inviolate. Let the knowledge go
forth to the world that no matter how
large the crowds that any time may
come within the city's gates, Pendle
ton will be equal to the emergency.
Perfected Woodcraft's Temple.
A. D. Stillman, secretary of the
Temple association, expresses himself
as astonished with the ready re
sponse which is being made to the
call for subscriptions to the temple
stock. Every mail brings two o a
dozen letters, with cards filled out
This is a gilt-edged investment, be
sides an alu to a worthy movement,
and one which will enhance the city.
This stock is bound to be taken up ra
Car Load of Evergreens.
A car load of evergreens and logs
was received this morning and they
are being rapidly distributed among
the public spirited merchants, who
are decorating. It is earnestly desir
ed by the Commercial Club's commit
tee, which is pushing the decoration
movement that all merchants who
have not already done so, decorate
their windows before Sunday morn-
WON FIRST PRIZE AT
PORTLAND KENNEL SHOW.
He Is the Greatest Dog Traveler In
Any Part of the Country, Famous
In Several Hortions of the World.
The accompanying cut of Bummer.
T T. Nelson's mastiff, is a very good
likeness of one of the most famous
t Knrthwest. Bummer is
nuun i n - - " -
hTKennei Club bench ,how Oregon
. I- nil thO
ntered for prizes iu
classes except this and the cbampon
class and the champion class cannot
"tered until a dog has taken first
nrlze in all tne ow.v.
. t. - ttfriHlo for the
year Bummer win :y
riiamnlon honors ami m
onv of them,
Vmmer ha traveled more than
over the United States, as well as,
ihn wntprs. He went with the
oSn'vohTnSs to the Philippines,
himself, the store and city proud byE. in order that the excursionists
this splendid display. An elalorate
canvas scene covers the background
of the immense central window. This
scene represents a forest and a val
ley. On the left Is a Wooman cabin
on which are nailed the proverbial
"coon'rskin and antlers. Accross the
xalley the Blue Mountains loom up
In all their majesty. Where the can
vas ends at the bottom of the win
now, natural grass takes its place
and makes a beautiful evergreen car
pet. Here are two widows of Wood
men dressed in black, one standing
and holding a certificate which repre
sents $3000, the maximum amount of
beneficiary granted by this order.
The other lady is just looking from
a copy of the Pacific Woodman, the
official paper of the order. Between
the two is an immense log, which is
typical of a fallen neighbor, and on
which is inscribed the motto of the
order "Dum Tacet Clamat," meaning
though silent, yet he speaks. Beetles,
axes, wedges and other emblems of
Woodcraft complete the scene. A1-.
together Jt is a splendid display, and
the firm is receiving many qongratu-lations.
arriving ,here at 1:00 p. m. Sunday
for the ball game, may go back to
Walla Walla and other towns na
tell of the extensive preparations that
are being made. This will material
ly affect the attendance on Monday's
excursion train, from those same
points. It is also desired that, weath
er permitting the fronts and windows
of stores and residences be plentifully
decorated on Monday morning next.
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at Portland, and word has been re
ceived from him that he won first
prize in his class. He was only en
tered in one .lass this season, which
was the miscellaneous class. This
was the last and only class the dog
could go into this year, for he has
went through the Philippine war Tvith
them as the mascot for the company.
He was loyal to the Stars and Stripes
and was a fuvorite among all the
bnvs who would have fought for
themselves. He has an honorable
discharge from the army.
Saved Many a Time.
Don't neglect coughs and colds even
if it is spring. Such cases often re
sult seriously at this season just be
cause people are careless. A dose of
One Minute Cough Cure will remove
all danger. Absolutely safe. Acts at
once. Sure cure for coughs, colds
croup, grip, bronchitis, and other
throat and lung troubles. "I have
used One Minute Cough Cure several
years," says Postmaster C. O. ,Daw
son, Barr, 111. It is the very best
cough medicine on the market It
has saved me many a severe spell of
sickness and I warmly recommend It"
The children's favorite. Tallman &
Co. and :Brock .& McComas
Do not always receive the sympathy and attention which1
they deserve. Their ailments' are regaraea as purei
I'ltioirinnrr or natural aud unavoidable at their time of
life. Disease and infirmity should not always be associ-Jffe
, t 1 1 .11 TM. r 41.. ir i i . - hurnri cTfOTlrt C1f
aieu 1 ill oiu age. iiiccjc ui tut sLaJ
ma' be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of
his j'ounger and more vigorous companions.
Good Blood is the secret of healthy old age, for it regulates
and controls every part of the body, strengthens the nerves, makes the
muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm; but -when
this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustain
ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers, resulting
in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the blood quickly
shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some other troublesome
growth upon the bod, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost
constant, accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities.
b. fc. b. being purely vegetable, is the safest and
best blood purifier for old people. It does not shock
or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies,
but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and
stimulates the debilitated organs, when all bodily
S. S. S. is just such a tonic as old people need to
improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach, If there is any heredi
tary taint, or the remains of some disease contracted ill early life, S. S. S.
will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system.
Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help
you. This will cost j'ou nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood
and skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. Atlanta. Ga.
A GOOD FRONT
brince manv a deeervinir .
wb. ill-clad, might fail,
in makitiK vour aonsrpl trt,. u
other wearables in finBbanft JrrA
WBlhind anil irnni.n . V. i ' I
civer iriea our wotK, our tttl.
pricea? ' m
THE DOMESTIC UWm
J. F. Bobinson, Prop. p
A Car of Pianos....
BAR IN CONNECTION
IN CENTER OF BLOCK
BET. ALTA & WEBB 8TB
Tha Eaat Cregonlan Is Eastern Or-an'-
rcaresentative paper. It leasts,
ami the people appreciate It and shew
It by their liberal patreflaga. It la the
sfvertielitf meeMum af Mi fa eeetUn.
Telephone Main 105.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
VAN ORSDALL & ROSS
The Pendleton Woolen Mills Presents
Each One of Them With an Indian
Isot wishing the Pendleton base
ball players should bear the title of
"Indians" without wearing the Indian
garb, F. E. Judd, of the Pendleton
Woolen Mills, invited all of the mem
hers of the team up to the mill and
made each of them a present of an
I Indian robe. They were taken to the
large stock of robes and told to pick
out what they wanted. The boys are
reeling very proud over this mark of
, appreciation and now when they go
I to do battle with their enemies on the
I diamond they go enrobed, and the
j cognomen of "Indians" applies with
more pomu iiowever tney wisn it
understood by the people of the sur
rounding towns where they visit to
do battle that they are not in the
least hostile. They may wear their
Indian robes and war paint, but they
are perfectly civilized and will not be
on the warpath only while playing
ball, and then they are going to be
out -or the scalps of every team that
dares to cross hats with them.
Military Ball at Iowa University.
Iowa City, la., April 18. -Major W.
O. Coast of the Iowa University bat
talion has completed arrangements
for the military drill and ball to be
held at the University tonight State
officials and other' guests of note have
arrived in anticipation of the event
Which will bs sold at cost to our
Neighbors duriog the "Log Rolling"
for advertising purposes.
We Invite all to make our store
their headquarters and view the larg
est assortment of instruments that
has ever been in Pendltton; also en
joy the musical concerts.
S. L. Wakefield & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
' 4. 4....
FRAZIER S STABLES
WESTFIELD. record 2
PENDLETON every dayhi the week exeent wXf V itU",MS STABLE,
ATHENA on Wedueidayand Thursday T Zhltl y&Q Thursday. At
smiivaai n, f RfT' F"r, the 18; to insure, 525.
SSfeff ft FROOME'S STABLE,
WILLIAM TijMPLERJnliol...!x?ePK Monday aud Tuesday: at
days and Tuesdays ' ' " UU1BB """"weet of Pendleton, on Mon-
For further MonlJZ l iD8Ure'
FRANK FRAZIER, Pendleton- 0reiOi,
pass a pleasanti
ing playing Pool
Pool and Bil
W1LLIAMS & WILLIAMS
ai3 Court Street.
ifbirs French PeriodiGal Drops
WcUt vegetable, oerfectlv w.i
DEWRED RIULTS. Grea w mt,8s.'-urf-to "eoMpH
BWaVreof counterfeit and imitAti. wwuj
.OLD .Y TALLMAN CO, DRU GGIST8, PENDLETON, WaOrT
i pute-boere Car-
'Haye sold the twe
below. Have other
equally as good.".
Also four lots and new cotti
Two lots and house, $1,000,
cash, reasonable time on ball
or will sell on installments.
FRANK B. CLOPTd
MOVED TO JUDD
LaFontaine & Gam
Old Dutch Hem
' .Cavalry Horses for Said
BEST OF CARE TAKER1
TEAMS OVER NIGHT
(JIVE US A CAl
Not on Pasco,
Utill hve Farms W-