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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1902)
Direct From Old England
Itbem at 35 CENTS.
lGmM a woman can do any reasonable work and anjey good health. The
Ubttiththtt Wine of Cartful fcrinfs snafcMatMtBM vigorous in body and ntlaeU
mu irom most urrwic oevasUUnc osens a woman grows weu ana strong
Mhrtllv. -i r.--.i n a
iwcorrhou, filling or the womb and periodical Bains in the head and back
r Maud by standing or sitting a long tisM in the same position. Thedforfa
ucs-ursugnt puu tnc no weu, stomstn. mm, money ana mom in nrener
.. Greatly increased strength and andnrin do b the natural jesuU. Moet
Miarc.cured aulckly. Al eVuggssts sell 31.00 bottles of Win of CwaW
mi 25 ant packages of ThosWs MaduDraught
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QUALITY BCtlBCt. X
OUR NEW CORSETS
rtnnends troon the fit of the corset. There-
Tie3fl Uvfi vour spring gown fitted over an old corset. We
:rA nnr corset saleswomen will be tjleased to assist you in select-
model best suited to your form. We show the most popular styles
Mexander Dept. Store i
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We have this day received the first direct import order of
lever broueht to Pendleton. They are made of the finest Enc-
Ilish bristles, with wax back (a -new idea) Which makes it im
possible foi the bristles to come out, as is the case with most
brushes. Every brush has our name and guarantee stamped
(plainly on it, and is not only backed up by ourselves, but the
manufacturers as well Should any brush prove unsatisfactory,
a new one will be given in its place or money refunded. They
come in hard, medium and soft bristles. Where can you buy a
brush like them for the money ? We are making a leader of
Brock & McComas Co.
A Strong Woman
low OUT, low. Aug. IS, UM
Ifj wife m sick for three yean. We tried
Yarythinjr without relief and spent mnok
money, fly wife tried Wine of Oaranl and four
bottle on red her. She took two more bqttles,
knowing she would have to work bard during
the hayharveat. She attended to all her house
hold dutiM and loaded and unloaded all the
hay. Thia medicine gave her strength. For
merly she was weak and tired and could hardly
get about, but since she has .been taking Wine
of Oardni she feels better and stronger than
when 30 years of age. JOB. A. EIBHNHAJKR.
Mrs. Ebcnhafu- had tried everytMM Mmf
her three yean sickness and had spent cceukU
erable money. She was weak and could hardly
get about for three years before she took
Now, after taking the Wine of Cardul, she cm
wrk wHh nr husband in the hay Held. Thai
It hard work, but It b not as Injurious to a
i's health as labor in stores, factories mm
ffkes where thousands of tlrliare closely cm
fined vur altar vaar. With the aid of Wine of
is ea every box of the jnaaisa
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Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
A. C. SHAW & CO.
Being one of the largest man
ufacturing plants oh Puget
sound' are able to sell you
lumber cheaper than anyone
else. New lumber coming in
every day. They also make"
all lands of boxes', including
Apple, .Pear, Peach, Cherry,
aad- Plumb and berry crates,
asdiaref prepared to make you
prices either in small lots or
BY THE CAR LOAD
VISITS THE SCHOOLS
ACKERMAN IN PENDLETON.
Gave a Talk to High School Students
on the Subject of "Aiming" The
Office He- Holds, He Says, Should
Not Be Mlfced With Politics.
Hon. J. H. Ackerman, of Salem,
superintendent of public Instruction
and candidate on the republican tick
et to succeed himself, spent Tuesday
in town visiting the public schools.
The forenoon was spent in the brick
school on the hill, south of town, and
he gave an address along the lines of
education to the high school stu
dents. His subject was "Aiming"
and he handled It in a way to Im
press the idea on the minds of those
who heard It that every young per
son should have an aim In life and
stick to that aim. He said that It
"behooved every student in school
and every young person to fix their
attention upon a high aim, have one
aim, and stick to that aim." The
talk was very enjoyable.
The most of the afternoon was
spent in the West Alta street school,
where Mir. Ackerman was accompan
ied by School Clerk John Hailey.
In speaking of the condition in
which he found the public schools
of Pendleton Mr. Ackerman said:
"I find very good work in the
schools all over the state and every
where I co I find the schools 1 n pnnil
shape, and there is much improve
ment over former years, but for edu
cational work Pendleton is up with
or ahead of anv nlacn T lmvn visitor!
Some branches of work is as good in
their lines as could be in any place,
and I am especially well nleasprt with
the efforts of the teachers in this
Speaks of Campaign.
About the comlnir camnnlirn nnri
the republican ticket and chances of
election, Mr. Ackerman said:
"I am 4 not out on a political mis
sion and do not intend to make a
personal canvass over the state, for
I do not believe that the office which
I have held for the last four
and to which I hope to succeed my
self, should be run into politics very
much. I am satisfied to let my past
history and record in the office speak
for me and let the people decide for
themselves whether or not I am de
serving of the trust again. My oppo
nent on the democratic ticket, Mr.
Wann. is a very warm: nnrsonal
friend of mine and a man of ability
in school matters and I shall do noth
ing in the way of throwing mud and
am sure that neither will he. I am
satisfied that If the democrats win
Mr. Wann will go in with the rest of
them and if the republicans win I
shall go In with them. I see no rea
son why I should fall behind the
ticket, as I do not know of any of
the school people that are fighting
me and I think the maloritv onite
generally will support me. Of course,
i ininic tne outiooK is very good for
the republicans to carry the state by
a large majority. My aim and effort
since having the trust of the office
ot superintendent of public instruc
tion have been to raise the standard
of education and teaching In the
state, and much satisfactory work
has been done along these lines with
in the past four years."
W. J. Furnish Goes to Ashland.
Mr. Ackerman. in company with
W. J. Furnish, candidate for gover
nor, left on Tuesday night's train for
-Portland ana mere they will join A
M. Crawford, from Douglas, candi
date for - attorney-general, and they,
with several others, will co tn Ash.
land, where the republican campaign
win be opened this evening with
speeches. After tonight a tour ot
several days' duration through that
country will le made.
In its advance and chronic form a
cold in the head is known as nasal ca
tarrh and is the recognized source of
other diseases. Having stood the test
of continued successful use, Ely's
Cream Balm Is recognized as a spe
ciflc for membranal diseases in the
nasal passages, aud you should resort
to its treatment In your own case. It
Is not drying, does not 'produce sneez
ing. Price 50 cents at druggists or by
mail. Ely Brothers, 66 Warren street,
New York. Give up prejudice and
The Independent Warehouse.
Will be open' tor business, with a
competent man in charge, to see that
all customers receive prompt and
careful attention, Wool growers and
wheat growers will find it to their
interest to store with this house,
where they can ship over either lines
of road. References, First National
Bank. William Caldwell in charge.
A Nearly Fatal Runaway
Started a horrible ulcer on the lg
of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III.,
which defied doctors and all remedies
for tour' years. Then Bucklln's Arni
ca Salve cured him. Just as good for
Bolls, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns,
Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Plies. 25c
at Tallman & Co'e drug store.
In Need of Money.
All parties knowing themselves In
debted U D. Kemler are hereby noti
fied to call and settle at once and
save costs. D. KEMLER.
RURAL ROUTE TO HOLDMAN.
Mall Carried and Delivered Twice a
Week by J. B. Grubb.
J. B. Grubb is the mall carrier on
the mral delivery route from Pen
dleton to Holdman, He leaves Pen
dleton at 1 o'clock on Tuesdays and
Saturdays. He goes from Pendleton
down South Cold Springs to the
junction of Middle and North Cold
Springs, then up to Holdman post
oidcc and from there up Middle Cold
Springs, back to Pendleton. On this
route he serves about 20 families,
besides those who get their mall at
Holdman, which is quite a well pat
ronized country postofBce. There
will be more people served along the
route in time, when they get better
informed as to the regulations and
requirements of the service. Many
have already put up boxes or sacks
along the road, on the gate posts and
fences, but only a few so far havo
had their mall properly addressed so
that it can be obtained by the mall
carrier at Pendleton postofflco and
distributed as he proceeds from Pen
dleton to Holdman. All mail to bo
distributed by the rural nihil carrier
to people on the route should be ad
dressed to Pendleton, the starting
end of the rout,e.
Mr. Grubb reports the roads in
very bad condition, and this is an
other barrier in the way of a better
service. Mr. Grubb thinks the peo
ple along the route should give more
attention to the roads and see that
road supervisors do their duty in
keeping the roads in good order.
Other rural routes are to be estab
lished out of Pendleton some time in
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Wind and Pains in Stomach,
Disordered Liver and
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In boxes, 10c. and 2 Sc.
"For elx years I waa Tlctlm ofdye-
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but mllU toast, and at times my Btomuch would
not retain ana qircsi crai vuuu "
began taking CASCAKETS and since t icn
have steadily improved, until 1 am as well as
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David H. Munrnr, Newark, O.
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Ready to serve you with
the most delicious ice
cream or soda water, or
to supply you with the
finest of confectionery.
Drop into the Delta any
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C. W. IRVIN, Proprietor
Ij looked forward to with
pleasure by those who
dine at the St. George
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food is right, the cooking
right, the service right
and the prices right.
Best 25 Cent lyieal
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Catalogue of Mantels Free
Electric fixtures, lamps, shades
chandeliers, glolxs, utu.
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