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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1003.
NPhnt In "VVIint tlic Booub Ony ol
Clifonic Kldnoy Dinotmo, Gut
ftIo Nov Pulton Compounds
Have n Record o? 87 ot Rcoov-ci-Ich
Among Chronic Cnnc In
curublc by All Other McUIclitcu.
i'CrosstJtH irnow that ltlilney illn-s.o that fcns
nau on ciguior icn momua bus wtvumvuiwiw
Ami thnt It U then rcgunlca ty pnjioi.ins as
bLM..htn .id that tin tn tho Advent of tbo
tpilton Compounds that nothing on their incites
IVouM touch It. It 1 a proTtu tact that nearly
SSino-tcnthsof nil case nra now curable, and
aitjrusel'ts themselves nro taking tho new Com
VI, . . . .. I . I. hua,..).. iva. Til - t
Slmmlf, tho pioneer druggist of 6?! TaclEo
ctrcet, Ban Francisco, and ho garo It to over a
oion others who recovered. Here Is another
Ifuorestliu recovery. (Wo cpr from tho bacra-
'Altera serious Illness of over a year Judgo
siiU 11. Allen of this cliy has recotiml umlre-
ftsr.anls hlmwlf most fortunate, lu successfully
.St" 'attltnclttt "hat Is generally recanlt.il as n
v2f malady, lltlght's Ulscaso of thoUWnejs.
j$iVi speakln of his ca Judo Allen said: -I
.it! .1,4. tr.intrRnnt CMVfn mrt hv m
;?.fi,hyloiaa was In accordanco with tho beat ( uy aj excopt tho llllor. r
.Affie.ltio.ls nsed in tho regular practice of modi- , ., . ' ..
'.TOIne, but It aEunled mo no relief. Hearing of 01 tilt ""H l.ico wits uio M
TODAY IS FOURTEENTH
tw tiitnn rnmnnund I went to Ssn 1-ranclsco
V Invesllgato and Vias soon convinced 1 thould
.txierco no iroaunem. i was bun-o bojiui
fefore I none, 1 a c lango for tho better. 1 used
ie medicine faithfully for nearly a year and
i in now find no evidence ot the dlscJ'o acd
an satlslieil it Is entirely eliminate i. ily ftp
Utite. is f cod, 1 bavo gained sevonteen pounui
1 weight and will bo pleased to descrlbo my
Uprlenco to anyone who may call or wilts.' "
E'tiacraniento Nevt s. Nov. 16. 10CJ.
fStrhe editor of tho News hlmsMt was the frlesd
Jix told Julge Allenof the 1' ulton Compounds.
aey aro tna only turns s Known euro
Knoy diseases after as well as beiore they
awm .hMHl. Hhl.l ViAnwan . tVMI t t ht t m LK
:,mimtli. Equally eflcli'ut tn dropsy, pout.
wumatitm from urlo add ana niiauer i rouuirs ,
3inuus ueuai Lompouna lor I'ncm
Mane ureases, etc., 91; xor uiaDcie. ci
ilhn J. Futu-ii Co , 00 Washington street. Sn
anclsco, sole compoandf rs. Fren analyses i:r
tfeuts. KTd f.ir niimnhlt. Wo flw thn ex
pJulvo agents for ticiu Cvjapuudi la this city.
,fjlF. W. Schmidt's Pharmacy.
lllsUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Interesting Gazecteer of Terms Used
In Yachting, Which All Readers
Will Find Interesting All Previous
Races Have Been Won by American
IS51 Ainprlen won tho Uoynl
Yacht Squadron nip In tin.- regatta
nvouiul islo of Wight. Cup afterwanl
called America's cup. Cup prwenteil
July S to the Now York Yacht Chili
by tho owners of America.
1ST0 James Ashbury miulo the
first attempt to lift tho cup with his
Cambria. Ho was required to sail
against a licet, as In the race lu which
the cup was won. Of the yachts par
ticipating, tho Cambria was beaten
lea also was entered.
I 1S71 Var the first time two ropro
1 sentatlvo boats only were raced. Sir.
Ashbury, challenging tor tho Hoyal
Harwich Yacht Club, had his I.ivonla
beaten by tho Columbia,
1S7C Canada attempted to lift the
cup by the Countess of nufferln,
which was beaten by tho Madeleine.
1SS1 Second attempt on tho part
of Canada nlso unsuccessful. Atlan
ta beaten by Mischief.
1SS5 Hoyal Yacht Squadron chal
lenged with Oonosta. owned by Sir
Uichard Sutton, builder Heaver Webb.
Puritan, built by Edward Hurgoss.
1SSC Northern Yacht Club chal
lenged. Lieutenant W. Hemi's Gala
tea sent over. Heatou by Mayilowor.
1SS7 Hoyal Yacht Club of Scotland
challenged with Thistle, owned by
James Bell. Beaten by Volunteer.
1S!)3 Lord Dunraveti's Valkyrie
beaten by tho Vigilant.
1S35 Second attempt on the part
tho Nebraska Flold Trlnls Assocln-'
tlon, which liegnn today on tho pre-,
servos near hero. Amour; tho ontrlrs
nro well known dogs from Tennessee,
Kentucky. Indlann and Mii.nosoin,
and a immhnr belonging to tho ostato
of tlie lato I'lorro Lorlllard. Tho pro
gram provides for a derby ami ull
age stake and nurses aggregating sev
eral thousand dollars will bo divided i
among the winners.
THE NEXT ENCAMPMENT
WILL DE LOCATED TODAY.
Pensions, Decoration Day and Other
Important Subjects Are Under Dis
cussion Relief Corps, Sons of Vet
erans and Other Auxiliary Bodies
Are Also In Session Today Camp
COLORADO FUEL. j
Contest Will Result In a Rockefeller I
Denver, Col., Aug. 20.--Tito wide ;
diii-.iml 1i friend I tn nil I fiW 1 1 ! Ktmiii tltllO
ago In today's annual mooting of the, s n,,iiclsco Aug. 20. The con
stockholders of the Colorado Fuel & . , " "u,R,"lu- " "v
Iron Company has almost entirely tlnumia round of pleasure that tho
subsided owing to the practically cor- votoians of the Grand Army havo on
talnty that exists that n clean swoop joyf., Bnr,, tlictr arrival In tho city
will bo made or tne uagoo.i cto vu ami - , moru,11B ,0 ROaRon f
vey hh1g1U9o..f'wly"8 -ork. Pr.mptl a, U:M o'clock tho
The atfeiluancr'at the mooting Is 1 37th annual eucam.nuo.it of tho or
small and the business will ho strict-: ganlutlnn was ci loil to or. or In M
ly of the cut-aml-drlcd order. This 'han cs' 1'av lion by tho re Ir lug con
tho election of mmuier-iiiTnii'i, vuini.u iii.-iimo
Hockefol-1 Klowurt, ol roniiByivauia. toe im-,
lnense auiiiioriiim uau neon ummu-i
atolv decorated for the occasion by
will bo conllnod to
directors to represent the
lor Interest and tho vacancies to bo
created by the retirement of Osgood
and his friends. The directors will
moot In New York later to elect olllc
ers, all of whom. Including the pres
ident, will probably ho Eastern men.
It is also expected tnat toiiity s
There is no beverage more healthfnl .1
the richt kind of beer. BnrW r.,j, ,
r i j . ' mu ""a hops
-a food and a tome. Only 3 ,)er
of alcohol just enough to aid digestion.
llut get the right hcer, for some beer is not hesl.u 1
Schlit j, the pure br the clean beer, ,hr,th;r
iterilized beer. No bacilli in it- nothing hut health
And Schlitz is the aged beer that never causes biliouinesa.
Call for the Brewery Bottling,
Tha near that made Mltwaukao famous.
Phone B1 Main, H. Kopittko, G07 Main St
tho Kan Francisco committees. Tho
opening hour was devoted to address
es by representatives of tho state, the
city and the local veterans, ami ap
propriate responses wore mauo py
mooting will ratify tho proposition to I General Stewart and other of the del
dovoto ijS.OOO.OOll to tho extension or b:.
tno various plants and the romplo-l As soon as the preliminary program
tlon of Improvements already decided J was over the encampment went into
1 upon. , executive session lor uie transaction
of regular .business. This lneiuiicu
HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.
Color of Hair Said to Indicate a Per-
j son's Temperament.
. .Many people believe that blonde, or
' light hair denotes affection and dark
tho annual address of tho commander-In-ehlof
and the reports ot the mlju-tnnt-general
and other oHlcers of the
organization. General Stewart's ad
dross dealt with the subject of !o-
oions, tho observance of Decoratloi
hair constancy. A person without ! day and other matters of !ntevo.;t tn
hair Is not devoid of character; far
from It. The disposition of tho aver
age bald-headed man Is to show such
solicitude for the welfare of others,
that ho neglects himself. A germ
causes baldness. Prof. Sabouraml, of
I Paris. Kanco, Inoculated a rabbit
lol Lord Dunraven to lift the cup. His j with dandruff gorms causing It to be
: Valkvrle HI beaten by Defender. I ,"11' ' ' ' )vo weeks time.
K, nnvi motor v..i,i nr'To rid the scalp of these dangerous
Ireland challenged. Sir Thomas Lip-1 formstlu ' "ecessary to apply Now
T7T717H V A I? Fl made the attempt with Shamrock ! hr 1 crillcldo.
ILiLiU lAilU I. Beaten by Columbia. "nestroy tho canst yom remove
1901 Second attempt by Sir Tliom-' '" . ,
it mo t Inrnn u-(Hi Qhi)1iii-nrL- 11 AT:lln
yyCov. West Alta and Ulllth Sts.
! 1U03 Thl'd attempt by Sir Thoin
A. ALLOWAY HAS CHARGE , a3 r.ipton, with Shamrock III. Cup
$;THE OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED , defended by HoliaiRO.
."jj"f RD, AND WOULD BE PLEASED Terms Used in Yachting.
, CARE FOR YOUR HORSES. , Following Is a glossary of the prin-
terms occurring in descriptions
Sold by leading diuggists. Send
10c in stamps for sample of The Her
plclde Co., Detroit, Mich.
V" W Schmidt & Co.. special agent.
NO CLEW TO MURDER.
I S J IN
Mysterious Detroit Crime is Still Unraveled.
,rac,cs: ,. , ... Detroit. Mich.. Aug. 2u. No clow
In the direction of tho stern. : , , mllrii(.r nt j.vnr.nM AlfotiKo
iieaiinn to iiuiwaru .i.iiiuk uiu-
CHOP MILL IN CONNEC-' Kress against the direction of tho
PHONE MAIN 1331. wind.
Mi-NTY OF STALLS, LARGE COR-1 clpal torr
sf!m'53?LS FOR LOOSE HORSES AND of .s.a"'ns
We keep nothing hut pure
latural Ico. frozen from pure,
Iear mountain water. It goes
"''yarther and lasts longer than
-" "trtificlal ice. All wo ask Is an
'4tnprejudlced trial of our Ice.
:U ill TTTl... , .1.-
m ; Celebrated Schlitz, A. B. C. or
iti; 'ilambrlnus for your Sunday
f- o 'Phone your order to Main
mtl We Don't Keep Everything
Before the Wind When tho wind
is following tho vessel.
Bonding Sails To secure a sail to
a yard, boom or gaff.
How Sea A sea breaking against
a vessel's bow.
Bring To To come to an anchor
age. Chops Where tho waters of a
channel and the sea meet.
Cross Sea A sea which runs con
trary to the direction of the wind.
Cut Water Tho foremost part of
the stem which divides the water
when the vessel is sailing.
Ease Off To slacken, to come up
Even Keel When a vessel has no
list, hut floats evenly.
Fair Wind A wind which enables
a vessel to lay her course.
Furl To roll up ami secure a sail
Gather The act ot overtaking an
Hard Down To put the tiller as far
to leeward as It will go.
Head Sea A sea coming from tho
same point of tha compass the vessel
Is directed toward.
Head to Wind The situation of a
vessel when she has been thrown up
into the wind and all her sails are
Heave To To bring a vessel's head
tho veterans ami was listened .) with
close attention by he large asxem
The location of the next encamp
ment will probably lie decided before
the close of today's session, Wasn
Ington is lu high favor with many of
tho veterans, though several other
cities are among tho applicants.
Tho Woman's Hellef Corps and tho
Ladles of tho Grand Army ot tho lie
public held sessions today and the
veterans met hi corps, brigade and
regimental reunions all over tho city.
Tho comiillres, with llroworkH and
other demonstrations, continue
every night during tho remainder of
tho week, elaborate programs with
music and recitations being announc
ed iii to Saturday night.
Instead ot the visitors preparing to
leave, tho railroads report that they
are still coming In for the many In
teresting features still on tho pro
gram. Tomorrow hundreds of tlie
veterans will pay a visit to Oakland,
where preparations on an elaborate
Wllma has yet been found. The
Wards arrested last nluht are still
detained, hut tho officers doubt their scale havo boon made for their recep
connection with tho crime. The en- tlon and ontertninmont.
tire detective force or tho city is to
day endeavoring to trace the boy's
movements on the afternoon of his
The New York Times has the Fol
lowing to say in Regard to Ice
"Piobably no ImctorioloHual fact is lictti-i established
than that much of tbf ice of commerce is dangerously un
pun-. The assumption that water purines itsi I 11 free,
ing was long apo shown to have hut a hunted basis in
truth The individual crystalfi are likely to be putei than
the mother liquid from which they are formed; but ice is
a mass of crystals in which may be entangled ai; kinds ot
The fjorniK are not onl Killed in tbt pruies cl man
u.actunnt; the ice, hut the condensed wattt passes
through two coke, two charcoal and one spono;i filter
leaving it absolutely pure to go into tin can
Farms for Sale,
We now havo listed for sale some
of tho best wheat farms and stock
tanches In the county. The stock
ranchos can ho sold either with or sample.
without tho stock. All tho places aro , gists,
well improved and well supplied witli
water. Also somo very desirable city
property, including now modern resi
dence on north sldo ot rivor. Call
and get prices.
HUNTLEY & HAUTMAN.
Sick Headache absolutely and per-1
manently cured by using Mokl Tea. j
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Constl- ,
patlon nnd Indigestion, makes you
cat. sleep, work and happy. Satlsfae-' !
tlon guaranteed or money back. 25
cts and 50 cts. Write to W, II. Hook- -t-
COME AND SEE
Visitors Always Welcome
ROSS ICE and COLD STORAGE Co. I
Phono MAIN 1781
er & Co., iiunnio, n. i ror n iree
F. W. Schmidt & Co., drug-
"My pa's got so much money he
don't know how to spend It." "That's
nothing. My pa's got bo much money
thnt ma can't spend It." Now York
514 Main Street ?
4 ------ ------'-'-
tELATERITE l8Minernl Rubber.1
vop.ma ixruMnirn ihnc
it- Mil I II iii i-ury to UKI'tiA 1 1! A WoltN-OU'J' liOOF
Takes tin placo of shingles, tin, Iron, tar ami gravel, and all prepared
roofings. For lint nnd steep surfaces gutters, valley, etc Easy to laj.
Tempore, for nil climates. Honaonahlo lu cost. Sold on merit (luarao
teed. It will pay to ask tor prlccsaud Information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
Worcester Building. PortUnd
jjlut we do keep a good big
itock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
.n nil nrar!. AIo nil klnHn
. .in- u -
I ;'Vf Dimension Lumber, In-
- i '
i , luding Lath and Shingles,
j f;)ur stock of Doors, Win
1 'Jjows, Moulding, Building
m jf i jjno Tar paper and Apple
i foxes Is complete, and any
rne In need of Lumbtr will
, Jot be wrong in placing
(Sielr order with the : :
H'ay's Harbor Com. Co.
0p. W: & C. K. Depot
Dnrad Platzoeder f
All kinds of Fresh
:.1 Meats alwavs on
'H hand. Fine Bacon,
I Hams and Sausage.
tees as low as the lowest t
to the wind.
In Stays When u vessol has come
; up into tho wind preparatory to going I
' about on another tack. '
i Lay a Courso When tho wind per- j
mits a vessel to point toward her iles-1
i Leeway Tho amount a vessel loses
1 by being forced sideways,
Lie to Keeping a vessel so close to
the wind that sho makes llttlo headway.
List When a vessel's masts are In-'
dined from tho perpendicular.
Loose to unfurl a sail.
Luff A vessel Is luffed by putting
her tiller to coward and hringlng Iter
Into the wind.
Hoof To contract a sail is to reef
nigging All tho ropes of a vessel.
Run To scuil before a breozo.
Sag When a vessel drifts sideways i
under the Influonco of a wind at sea.
Scud To drive before n gale.
Sea A wave.
Set of the Tido Tho direction In j
which tho tido is flowing. i
Spats A general term applied to
masts, booms, gaffs and yards. '
Stakeboats Tho boats which mark
tho ends of tho Imaginary lino for
tho start and finish of a race and the
Nebraska Field Trials.
O'Neill, Neb., Aug, 20. Several
hundred dogs, tho product of years of
careful breeding and training aro tak
ing part In tho second annual trials of
"Wliat Is tli.it new plico im'p- ploying''
"f'o; the ulunu Ih out of tun'-'
H(iL NIU:i 1.IKI-. IT.
l II WdiiiiHrT"
Pare and Mellow
Rich and Delicate
For 8nlr tr
Wanted to Rent
A portablo steam engine, in good
condition, ready to run, flxod to burn
coal. Apply at onco to
American Hare Packing and
uOia storage to.
By the Hue Insurance Com
panies wt represent Oiii
compnnioi- stand first ir, the
Hartford "ire lnwrniiif Wm!tf!
Alliance Awnrnnce Co JIMMM
London A Lancashire Kin
Insurance Co VWW
North British A Mrcantllf
Hoynl InstiniiH Co 22.8W.1N
FRANK B, CLOPTOi
600 MAIN STREET
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
Carryalls for Pe V'ft&n
teams with competent and
commercial men Speeds 1 hor f
handsome rigs for evonl nt w
day drives, (lout o horses W
use. Stock lioartled at "lent
rates. Dost of caro Riven to trJt
stock. Opposite Hotn
'Phono Main JC1.
Babbit Metal, bert In wi Ef1
bars. Price, V r- "