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AtwoocFs Cascata Compound
U the -Jtirest and ?ifet meriieine for resciiluting thu
acMnn of ths Hvir, khlnpy, stomach ami bowels.
A never failing remedy for constipation, liilion
nesa, heada--he and all rlsens caused by a torpid
liver or irn-.iiular action ot the bowels. It i- very use
ful to relieve colds and fevers and to purity the blood.
.nt,r!nrnil Rlll'npn bV WV.1t
good Kteak or juicy chop. The wife
seems to have agreed with the bus
! fnr shn is reported to have
told the court that all went well uu
til it became impossible for thorn to
have meat on the table regularly, and
imii hnnnmn vozetnrlans. ic
didn't suit her husband,
firmed that he began
i '. ther things around
hn had not before
and that Anally, last week, lie bcut
her. She was so injured that she had
to tube to bar oeti
For Sale Wholesale and Retail by
Brock & KcComas Company
DRU GISTS - PENDLETON
of 8 a lYli 1IO LT 1 i nmir
and sher.r- , loo sometimes Irom very tnimnj uuB, - JYUttWua east,
to complain celop somen , blister wart, tumor, mole, or the simp est li ml!
h I,.,.-., of, them. A boil, oi aess , . frfcrhtfiil looking Cancerd fi
How many other domestic troubles
- intc- line linfln rnused by
the unaccustomed eating of vege- thlllk your
' Amirentlv there is no difference between a Cancerous and Common rfJJ
. flio r nnnearauce, auuiui mia j "- '"""ci novim,-
less it may seem, ana an siow subpicioa at
. . J-r .... r nnwdnri; ovnr had Cancer, or von Imvo .i
ikrm mrticu arly ir any ui .yuui , . - "-gwar
aiarm, yani j fi, Cr,rf nftpr all. is onlv the outornu-Mi
u i .nrA ie ninin i r- . lui laiv- ."- v imp
ii x t 1.1, Ann nliol' ifc nrncrrAcc until
tables it would be impossible to say ' :dence 0f polluted blOOd, auu iiuu iiuS J"", , IT 1 1 v r aUCer
. . . t ! 1UC1KL r . , ' All affnrt-c hfnl trip lllppr hv mpnnc nf
.Wrl hns heeu nunneu. j "o W1 ailtves
harmless t may seem, ana an & -aoa
alarm, particularh; 1
think your blood is
mMpiiop nf nollllted
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. mi ..... u ;i-o fnr ciiHi treatment can nave tin nncc;u .
kind of Polee disturb- external remedies uin . .r -lij j T,..
r.nni.rnto n k nil nt fo ee uisiuru- pvtpnia reiucuics . . i,-, , - . -
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ance iu i tile Qeaul JJUI 1110 auu ua-'. uuugj
L-cur unless relief be promptly found.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 11, 1902.
islands is necessary to carry out the
plans of the Almighty. A few years
ago the "advance agent of prosper
ity" was announced and now the re
publican party has secured the ser
vices of the advance agent of the Al
mighty in the person of the good
Bishop Thoburn. , With confidence
PINGREE TO JOHNSON.
Men who have the least charity
for others need the most for them
selves and they are the first to cry i ln 0rsoiVes and a little nerve we can
easily imagine ourselves interpreters
of the Divine will. This was done
successfully ccrituries ago, but no
one contemplated that the industry
was to be resurrected in this en
lightened day and age.
out at the lack of it in others when
they are in a position to feel the
need of it.
The trusts are all at work and
Mark Hauna is talked of for presi
dent, while the Ohio republicans, in
state convention, put a strong anti
trust plank in tne.r platform, model
ed after Hanna's dea of reforming
the trusts. The world do move! Han
na is a man Tvhoni the people can
General Leonard Wood pulled the
flag down in Cuba, but when the
same thing is proposed to be done in
the Philippines there are a lot of
people who rise up in apparent if not
assumed indignation and wrath.
There are those who will persist in
making a mountain out of a mole
hill and vice versa.
George F. Ho'ar, republican United
States senator, in a speech in the sen
ate on May 22, invited the Ameri
can people to gaze upon these two
pictures: No. 1, "In Xuba you have
got the enternal gratitude of a free
people." No. 2, "In the Philippines
you have got the hatred and sullen
submission of a subjugated people."
Senator Hoar is not a bad artist
when it comes to word painting.
President Itoosevelt's memorial
speech appears to ha-e contained a
"crown of thorns" to some people. It
did contain some things that would
have been better if left unsaid. Pres
ident Roosevelt's strenuousness is not
as popular ln office as it was out of
office. He is just a little too positive
to be always right, and just a little
too partisan to be president of the
whole people. President Roosevelt
will have to take a reef in Lis enthus
iasm as well as his strenuousness if
he wishes to be renominated and suc
Ex-President Grover Cleveland has
accepted an invitation to speak at the
opening of the new Tilden Club on
June 19th. There will be 1500 invited
guests, among them David B. Hill,
William J. Bryan and Richard Olney.
This will be Mr. Cle" eland's first po
litical speech since his retirement
from the presidential office. This Is
to be a notable gathering of demo
crats ot all shades of political belief
and is taken as an effort to harmonize
tLo various discordant elements of
the party ln order to properly pre
pare for the battle of 1904.
One of tho curious freaks of the In
tense heat that swept down upon
Martinique is stated In the report of
one who visited one of the ruined
buildings In which were found a num
ber of glasses that had been fused,
twisted and flattened, but tho wooden
ahelf on which they rested was not
charred. In another place there wore
found a doll and a small table set of
metal plates; the metal was fused,
but tho body of the doll was not burn
ed. Just how such things occurred is
one of the problems that science will
have to work at for a long time be
fore it flndB the solution.
This unhappy close of the Boer
struggle recalls the fact that the late
Gov. Pingree, of Michigan, that great
democratic-republican, who died
about a year ago, made a pilgrimage
to South Africa. He died while on
his road home. It is not so well
known that he completed a book
on his experience and observations
in which be protested against the
British war of conquest. The man
uscript of this book was delivered
last month, so says the Cleveland
Plain Dealer, to Tom L. Johnson.
Gov. Pingree's intimate friend. It
was sent, continues the Plain Dealer
by Mrs. Pingree in accordance with
the wish of her dead husband. The
country are 'tribute of Mr. Pingree s esteem
was received just a year anu u uuj
people seem to think is proposed b th(j Atlantic. It had beeu Gov. Piu.
the Fowler bill before congress. The gr8e-s intention personally to deliv
bankers of Missouri and Kansas areer the manuscript to his friend on
the first on record to denounce by res-1 his return to America, uut ne was
olution the branch bank feature of the I ?fLn, '"1 fXj'0
bill, declaring It to be unpatriotic ' deei,ly affected when he received the
"un-American, unbusinesslike and as , manuscript. It avas almost a voice
tending to establish a monopoly of ; from the dead. Gov. Pingree and Mr.
the great and honored business 0f, " " " 7,7;
The bankers of the
not in favor of a bank trust, as some
circulation to the sore,
MOTHER, TWO AUNTS, AND ONLY
SISTEfl DIED OF CANCER
OF THE BREAST.
I had a Cancer on my left breast, which
caused me great pain for three or four
pains were deep and
shooting. The ulcer
discharged yellow nud
rather offeustve mat
ter. I had given up
nil hope, as the doctors
v gave me no relief.
My mouier, iu
Quints and an only sis-
SPK7"T' ter died of Cancer of
'7 ' '"''' Vi the breast, and I am
f ' I (Mil i satislied tnat i, too,
, ,. -x wol,jd kave been gone
but for S. S. S. I feltsome betterat'ter the
n: -t bottle, and after using only seven bot
.les. was cured. This was several years
l;o but have seen no signs of the Cancer
-luce. I would urge all who are suffering
:rom the disease to give S. S. S. a trial.
Iklton, Mo. Mks. James Cassem..
A SMALL SORE CAME ON THE
INSIDE OF HIS LIP. t
About the first of February, 1899, I
noticed a small lump on the inside of my
lower lip. It annoyed me considerably;
the doctor cauterized it ancl in a few days
it dropped off, but shortly after another
came and broke into an open sore, and in
spite of the large number of remedies I
tried, it would not heal. I then went to
another, and he gave me something to
put on the sore, saying if it did not cure
he would cut the sore out. I used his
medicine, but received 110 benefit. I de
cided a blood purifier was what I needed,
and began to take S. S. S. The ulcer was
growing rapidly, with some pain and a
crawling, creeping feeling. At first S. S.
S. seemed to make the sore worse, but
this soon changed, and after I had taken
seven bottles the place healed entirely ;
my general health" improved and I am as
well now as ever and no signs of the dis
ease have been seen since.
Hollands, S. C. - W. P. BROWN.
WOULf) SP.AR num
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Mr. Tno. Massic. OwensW. t-.
adoui uiree vears apo n m;,.
tne right side of my
ly in spiteof nil efforts
to heal it up ; the pain
was not very severe
at first, but increased
when the sore began
to inflame nud dis
charge matter. At f
: 4.i 1 u .'if
scab over and appear
to be getting well,
but the scab would
drop off, leaving a
red, angry looking
ulcer. I had almost destsblj
curing the Cancer when ar i
was called to S. R S .mil t..j
few bottles the Cancer besrantor
Urow smaller, the discharge sta
1 was reneveu 01 uie xemr-dsat'
banking ln the hands of a few mil
lionaires to the exclusion of the men
of the west, old and young, who have
labored so faithfully and well to
make our banking system what it b5
today the best in the world." Just
so, a monopoly of banking would be
a bad thing for the many bankers
but a good thing for the tew bank
ers. If monopoly and privilege are
to continue in other lines of industry
nnd enterprise why not In banking
too? To preserve "equal rights" ui
banking and deny it in other lines
would be trouble for nothing. The
fact of the matter is, the bankens
and crew to be sincere friends
ing the mayor's stay in Detroit. The
dedication of the book, however, was
a surprise to Mr. Johnson.
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p Cancerous Ulcers can De reacnea oniy uy a. lcmcuy max oa-lo auu iwtwi
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A rli-ivM nut the frerni nroducme doisoiis wliicli cause tne uicer, ana purines anam
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y 3 1o-inn1 rrpntmeiir fnr sores of this character.
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fc hi m k . iv tne use or o. o. o. liic uitci is suumiai
k. fe ?i sn. 0 and iorces out all tne irritating poisons, ana ;
lit E trsf H .. i . i 11.. J ,.,f1,. C CQ.
As reproduced in the Plain Dealer - tecS Ssh8 nirft otf nnA -,,-Tiere trie pnnstitution has :
the dedication is as follows: " "
To mv friend. Tom L. Johnson AKtcvA onrl irenl-erierl. it restores vitalitv and streuirthens the nenrous system, am
. .... UltlkUk.U V. 11 - 7 I'll
tnat unuenaing ioe oi lnenuaiuv, tuut ..i i- k- c c t: nnfnic Amnrv nrnn nr nrner rumerab.
champion of honest government, of , tne appetite aim uigwaiuu. w.. . v. j,
leges to none, I dedicate as a token, " TWe Ivivnicr n rhronie ulcer or sore of anv kind 'that IS slow 111 healing.
of sincere esteem this story of an op-, . , , 11 ;ii '. ,0I,i or1,-,V or1 cuoli Qnrinl info;
n n lc-f ntrilPn 11TK171 1 If. Ill)LiV Ui 1L1LC1 llcill . Wi.lL lUUt 1 UV.U 1 v. CL L u.J.J-- " r- -
i,cu',lt: "fa"'"?1- .r". - -- --' - . , t Cj.i..tji"j
as thev desire tree ot cost. 5ook; on dancer ana Winer diseases or tne mnun aciumt.
THE SWIFT SPEGIFSG GQPJIP&NY. ATLnNia.
nressed and outraged
terrific odds for freedom and civic
unity. H. S. Pingree,
On board the Melbourne, Message-
ries Maratime Service.
Mas' 22, 1901.
The admirers of both of these men
had better join their fellows and a', j as wen as an sympathizers w un me
tack the citadel of privilege along i
all lines, with a view of guarante.-'
ing to all men, regardless of race ir
previous condition, equal rights, bu:, !
doubtless, the bankers will turn,
from this proposition with wry faces
However, a thing that Is not worn'
doing well Is not worth doing at a.!,
not but be interested in this impres
sive testimony to the common as
pirations for human liberty of two
such distinguished characters, who,
though of opposite parties in politics,
were bound together in the same fun
damental political faith. ,
THE VEGETARIAN EAST.
Bishop Thoburn recently gave tes
timony before the Philippine commis
sion of tho senate, and in tho course
of bis remarks declared that God was
responsible for tho aquisltlon of the
Philippines by tho United States, and
that our continued occupancy of the
Our eastern friends have not yet
become absolute vegetarians, but it
looks as if they wore being driven
in that direction by forces sufficient-,
ly powerful to land them before long. '
These forces are various and not all
of them are operating in the same lo
cality, but they mutually strengthen'
one another and make a mighty tur-i
moll for meat eaters.
In the first place there Is the beef,
trust, whose operations have disturb
ed a good many people. Next Is the
rise In the price of beef, which
whether caused by the trust or not
has forced a considerable number of
people to prefer to dine without eat-,
ing flesh. Then in Chicago there Is
the strike among the teamsters who
have been doing the hauling for the
stockyards and packers, and there is
danger that no meat will be hauled '
for the hungry oven If they have the
price and are willing to pay it
. . I
It Is In the tenament districts of'
tho larger cities on the Atlantic sea
board that the trouble Is most per
plexing. A powerful element of the
tenement population has declared
war against tho "meat trust," as it
is called, and has undertaken to sup
press the sale of fresh meats by the
Eastorn papers are full of accounts
of riots long the whole lino from
Massachusetts to Now Jersey. Re
cently In the Williamsburg district
of New York 800 men and women
marched through the streets for tho
purpose of attacking tho Bhops of
butchers who refused to stop selling
meat. Similar riots have occurred
in Boston, Brooklyn and Newark
The leaders of tho riots are Hebrews
but men and womon of other racep
join them when tho rioting gots llvo
Some of the effects of the lack of
meat are surprising. A prlsonor bo
foro a Newark police court on a
charge of beating his wife sought
to Justify tho offense by Baying he
TO YOUNGLADIES. ;
From tho Treasurer of the
Young People's Clu-istiau Teni- j
pcrance Association, Elizabeth
Caiue, Fond du luc, lVis.
"Dear Mns. Fimoiam: I want to
tell you and all the young ladies of tho 1
country, how grateful I am to you for
all the benefits I have received from
using Xiydiu E. Pinklmm's Ycgc- ;
table Compound. I snUered for
Largest stock and great
est varietj ever shown in
Pendleton. Iron beds
are the neatest, most
comfortable, most attract
ive and easiest to keep
clean of any articles of
furniture ever put in
MSS ELIZABETH. CAINE.
eight months from suppressed men
struation, and it effected my entire
svstem until I became weak and debil
itated, nnd at times felt that I had a
hundred aches in as many places. I
only used tho Compound for a few
weeks, but it wrought a change in me
which I felt from the very beginuing.
I have been very regular.since, have no
pains, and find that my entire body is
as if it was renewed. I gladly recom
mend Lydiu E. Pinkbain's Vege
table Compound to everybody."
Miss Elizaiictu (Lune, 09 W. Division
St., Fond du Lac, Wis. $5000 forfilt 1
abovt testimonial Is net gtnuln.
At such a time the greatest aid to
nature is Uydia E. Pinkbain's
Vegetable Compound. It prepares
the young system for the coming
change, and is the surest reliance for
woman's ills of every nature.
Mrs Pinkham invites all
young women who a?e ill to
write her for free Advice Ad"
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If you'll come to us you'll acknowledge that there
BUT ONE assortment of these summer oesu
Pendleton. Whatever is correct and new yuu
and the PRICES are beyond the shad.wotau
than the same coods can be bought for elsewhere.
cum watpho en. nCr. 98c afl
BELTS, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $
And all the time our JUNE SELLING goes
on at prices like this :
Bcotcli lawns, per yard 3c Good calico, I per gj'.y'to'
Spool cotton, 2 for 5c Wome7 L.!oSoD
Jjonaaaie MUfllln 7c equm "
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