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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY, JULY3, ,1903,
Something: for Mothers
to Think About.
Lives of Suffering and
And Happiness and Prosperity
CuticuraSoap, Ointment and Pills
When All Else Fails.
'Every child boru Into the world with
an Inherited or enrly developed ten
dency to distressing, dlsllgurltig hu
mours of the skin, scalp nnd blood, be
comes an object of tho most tender so--
llcltuile, not only becnusoof Its suflcr
Ing, but became of the dreadful fear
that the dlsflguratlou Is to bo lifelong
and mar Its future happiness nnd pros
perity. Ilcneo It tiecomes the duty of
mothers of.such afflicted children to ac
quaint tlierusclvos with tho best, the
purest and most cflectivo treatment
available, viz., The Cutlcura Treatment.
Warm baths with Cutlcura Soap to
cleanse the skin and scalp of crusts and
scales, gentle applications of Cutlcura
Ointment, to allay Itching, Irritation
and Inflammation, and soothe nnd heal,
arid mild doses of Cutlcura Rcsolvcut
Tills, to cool tho blood in tho severer
cases, aro nil that can bo desired for tho
alleviation of thu' sulTcrlng of skin tor
tured Infants and children, and the com
fort of worn-ouL parents.
tMIIIIonsof woqien uo Cutlcura Soap,
assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, for pre
serving, purifying and beautifying tho
skin, for cleansing tho scalp of crusts,
scales and dandruff, and the stopping
of falling hair, for softening, whitening
and soothing red, rough and soro hands,
for baby, rashes, itchlngs and challugs,
in tho form of washes for annoying
irritations and inflammations, nnd for
many sanative, antiseptic purposes
which readily suggest themselves.
Many people, however, do
not know that most of their
food is adulterated by schem
ing manufacturers. Such
concerns' do not get our
trade. Our goods are fresh
and fir3t-class and our prices
are as low as good groceries
are sold for
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Fire resisting. "Will
tthordughly protect all
buildings covered with
it. A ' better roof
ing for less cost than
any other roofing
made. Quickly laid
and lasts for years.
Scad for booklet.
The Paraffinc Paint, Co.
San Franclico. Seattle.
RSkSSv Portland. Lo Antftltt
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ind Dervvtr, Colorado.
T. C. TAYLOR, Agent
IN FORTY SIGONDS
MESSAGE AROUND THE WORLD
IN TWO-THIRDS OF A MINUTE,
Formal Opening of the Manila Cable
Will Take Place Tomorrow One of
the Greatest Events Since the Lay'
Ing of the First Atlantic Cable.
Now York, July 3. Arrangements
havo been completed by the Postal
Telegraph and Commercial Cable Co,
for President ttoosovelt to opon for
mally, tomorrow morning tho new ca
hie to Manila. Ho will send a dis
patch from his homo at Oyster Day
to Governor Tnft, congratulating him
and tho pcoplo of tho Phlllnplno Is-
lands on tho fact that at last they aro
to enjoy tlio benoflts of mrect tele-
graphic communication with tho
United States, nnd his message will
convoy to tho peoplo of tho islands
tho sentiment appropriate) to tho day
One Message East and One West.
Further Interest will bo attached to
tho feat by tho fact thnt Governor
Taft's reply will bo sent by wny of
tho eastern route, thus completing
the circuit of the globe. Tho mes.
sage from tho presiuent will go from
Now York to tho Pacific Const by tho
land lines of tho Postal company nnd
thence to Manila by tho now cable
lino. At Manila It will be taken up
uy tlio isastorn Telegraph Company
and hurried on to London, where it
will again ho turned into tho lines of
tho Commercial Cable Company for
transmission under tho Atlantic.
Tho officials of tho telegraph and
cable companies nro desirous of es
tnhltshlng a new record for speed and
express. their hope of having tho mes
sage cirtnilt tho world in tho remark-
ublo time of 40 seconds. To make
the time calculated upon thoro will
havo to bo instant communi
cation ibetwoen tho various relays.
Arrangements to this end wore com
pleted today and if all goes well In
dependence Day this year will mark
an epoch In tho history of tho devel
opment of the world's telegrnph service.
PLATINUM IN THE STANDARD.
That we give special attention to
orders for fancy ICE CREAM
C. R. DUTTON'S
Tho Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on salo at Frazler's book storo
Valuable Metal .Discovered In Paying
Quantities In the Well Known
Sumpter, July 3. Platinum In com
mercial quantities has been discover
ed in tho Iluby vein of the Standard
mine. Dr. Ed W. Mueller, general
manager of thp property, is autnorljy
for this statement. He Is not pre
pared, however, to give out tho defin
ite platinum values encountered, but
amies inai tins rare metal no is satis
fied beyond any nuestlon exists In
paying amounts. In addition to the
discovery reported by Dr. Mueller,
platinum has been found in tho spolss
from tho smelter formerly operated
at the Standard.
y. P; u.
AT ATLANTA, GEORGIA,
Applications for Accommodations In
dicate an Attendance of Fully 10,
000 Delegates to the Young People's
Union Been' Preparing vfdr a Year.
Atlanta, Ga., July 3, Applications
for accommodations received by thu
Iccnl committee on arrangements in
dicate that fully 10,000 delegates and
ns many moro other visitors will ho
In Atlanta next week for the convon
tlon of tho International Baptist
Young People's Union. Preparations
for the big gnthering have been in
progress for nearly a year and toi'ay
tho various committees wore ahle to
announce the completion of their
All signs point toward onu of the
most successful conventions In the
history of tho well known organiza
tion, which embraces In Its member
ship thousands of young peoplo
throughout the land. All sections of
the North as well ns the South will
be represented nnd ns Canada will
send a largo delegation tho conven
tion will bo truly International in
character. Tho Piedmont park audi
torium, whoro tlio general sessions
nro to he held, Is being put in shape
for tho gathering nnd on tho oponlng
day it will presout a brilliant specta
cle both inside and out. In addition
to the auditorium the Baptist church
es and thoso of other ovnngollcal de
nominations will bo used as head
quarters and for the side conferences
which aro always nn Interesting feat
uro of the international conventions.
Governor Terrell has promised to
welcome tho visitors on the opunlng
day nnd a succession of brilliant
spenkors, Including lending divines,
educators and business nnd profes
sional men from all parts of the
United States and Canada, will ho
heard during tho week.
Costa illca bananas arc rapidly
supplanting the Jamaica product In
the American market.
WmpZgB Before you buy It JL
Biik After you try it ,1
xKjrSfl. Tht'Band is thi Smoktr't ProUciion. jttMMJ
Night Was Her Terror.
"I woiiid cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Charles Applegate,
of Alexandria, Intl., "and could hard
ly get nny sleep. I had consumption
so bad that It I walkod a block I
would cough frightfully and spit
blood, bin when all other medicines
failed, three $1.00 bottles or Dr.
King's Njw Discovery wholly cured
me and I gained 58 pounds." It's ab
solutely guaranteed to cure coughs,
colds, la grippe, bronchitis and all
throat and lung troubles. Price BOc
and $1.00. Trial bottles free nt Tall
man & Co.'s drug store.
'PHONE MAIN S
FIRST AND MONTGOMERY STRE ETS.
Cheap Fares to Ocean Beaches.
Tho Washington & Columbia River
Railway Company will sell tickets to
Westport, Wash., also to Long Beach,
and Clatsop Beach points from Juno
27th to August 25th inclusive, at $10
for tho round trip. Tickets limited re
turning, to Septomber 30tb.
W. ADAMS, Agent
Homo from vacation, feeling good,
strong and healthy, would ho tho caso
after an outing at tho most beautiful
of Bluo mountain resorts Lehman
Springs. There isn't a place in nil
the West where you can find a more'
convenient ''and delightful spot to
spend a few days or a long time
away from the heat, nolso nnd worry
of city life. Tho IB natural hot
springs aro wonderful for their me
muiiim properties, iiotei accommo-
unuons aro nrst-class, 'phono connec
tlons, free camping ground; 25 prl-
vato cottages, largo swimming pool.
uuuia. Kim. lunuis. nuntintr nmi flnii.
Ing. For further particulars, address
v,. u. uuuon, mnman Snrlncs. Or.
moki Tea -positively - cures Rlr.k
ueauacne, indigestion nnd Constipa
uon. a delightful herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of tho nltln nrn.
ducing a perfect'complexlon or money
ruiunueu. zoo ana &uc. wrlto to us
for fTee sample. W. II. Hooker & Co..
iiunnio, . x. a w. Schmidt & Co.,
The best materials the best that money can buy.
A brewery as clean as your kitchen; the utensils as clean.
The cooling done in filtered air, in a plate glass room.
The beer aged for months, until thoroughly fermented, so
it will not cause biliousness.
The beer filtered, then sterilized in the bottle.
You're always welcome to the brewery for the owners aro
proud of it. Phone si Main,
And the size of It proves that . Kopittke,
people know the worth of
S07 Main St.
WE CURE tin Liquor, Opium, Morphine and Tobacco Habits us
quinine cures a cold. Our treatment clarifies and builds up t
One of our pntlents recently said: 'I nover felt bo well la dii
am a wondor to myself!" -Send to us for booklet.
Stock Farm for 8ale.
The Oglo stbek frirm. conalatlnc of
3000 acro3, about 250 head of cattlo,
picnty or voter, grass and tlmbor.
Hango has nover been sheoped oft.
All under lonco. Will grow, nil hay ro
quired. Call on or write to Bontloy
& Hartman, Pendleton. Oregon.
Trading In "puts", and "calls-
dor our systunf is ivory 'profltc ilo.
handlo grajn land (stock' iccdiuits Ph
a margin m aW )nt ns$20, dur book
on "put" nntVcnl!" trading sent free
on npil .i ' Km References. Brad-
itrecl i on, -i & Co., members,, of
Chanl'i t .i1 Cnmmorco. 37 Corn. Ex-
liaii i-r. ViT'Tiuapolls,
Acker's Dloorl Elixir nosltlvelv cures
chronic niom) Poisoning and all Serot
inus affwt'.i"" At nil times a match
less BVHtor 'nnP- and purifier. Money
refunded ir nn aro dissatisfied. Fif
ty CCl'ti f)"r' S1.00. P. W. Schmidt &
Tho first-nlo of this season's wool
clip of Monti-a was mado on Thurs
day, to n Philadelphia firm at 14
The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
Superior STEEL Rang
A cat load of Rawer
beet, the best that ever
struck Pendleton, is
now in the new Cold
Storage, Can be had
at Grate's or Ross the
manager of the Cold
Storage, either in kegs
I . or bottles.
I MIKE GRATZ
Now is the time yonBli
i'or a Range or Cook StonJ
Harvest use. we axn i
$25 to $70
Cast Cook Stoves from
All Dtinmntfipd to die
tion. Call and examtoliJ!
On Its Merit
Has the large demand (or
Byers' Best Flotn
Been built up. Only the choicest wheat that grows enters in
to Byers Best Flour. It's perfection in Flour. Made by the
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware
741 Main Street
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t Watch Joe Basles
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f THE DISCOUNT
He Will Give for a Month
TAntT nACTCD 407-412 MaiaStrl
The Farnitafc Man
(ELATERITE Is Mineral
MAY .INTEND BUILDING , A
or find It necessary to Kuruu-
or find It necessary 10 ncrw- fl
cri a nrtr-ini-rcr pnOrl
Taltoa tho place of nhlnBlos, tin, Iron, tar m
roofings. For flnt and steop mirfacoa, gutters, v ui j j aetli
Tomnoreil for all cllmatoa. Ilcasonahlo In
teod. u will pay to ask for prlcoaanu "'"""" -0
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.