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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. FRIDAY AUOU8T 21, 1908.
ARE PLANNING TODAY TO
DEFEAT THE DEMOCRATS.
He will tell you
That barley -malt is a
half-digested food, as good
bs food can be.
That hops arc an ex
Thnr thr littlp .ilrnVinl in
J beer only 8 per cent
: j j:
in aosoiuie Cleanliness.
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adV. LUU. LlltlL ill'CI
t , 0 O
a iKTitri i r in i" ii in r inn.
Without it, beer ferments
UII tllC 9LUltiaV.il. VtlU31llk
) Schlitr beer is brewed with all
precautions, u is me reens-
uulu aianuaiu i 1 1 kin- nui iu
'nvpr. ivrauf m us nuritv.
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vvim. j - r jsr rtrrtrrr-w i 1 Liny
Dellcved That the Issue Will Be to
Compass the Defeat of Tom John
sonNot Yet Known Who Will
Head Either Ticket This Fall.
Columbus. O., Aug. 21. The Ohio
republicans are planning to open their
campaign about three weeks hence.
The occasion will mark nn epoch In
the political history of the lluekeyo
state. A very distinguished list of
party leaders will be In attendance.
j ami preparations for the event are
now luiwmuinp on a large Bcnie. tug
hard work of the republican state
committee is now devoted to tho leg
islative phase of the campaign, for
this Is where the chief trouble is ex
bar" In Massachusetts this year only
three proved to be ollglblo and thoBc
worn sworn In today, the coromonlos
bolng attended by prominent lawyers I
ana judges mm oinur imuruaivu hjiui.-
tators. The three successful candi
dates woro Marlon B. Dunbar, of Bos
ton; Lillian Hello Moulton, of Med
ford, and Ethel Twycross, of Somer
vllle. The last named has tho distinction
of being tho first woman to comploto
the prescribed course of study in two
years and that at tho earliest age at
which anyone is permitted to leave
the Hoston University law school 21
years and with probably the highest
marks over attained by a woman.
Miss Twycross intends to begin her
practice in Hoston next month and
will ilevolo herself to probate work.
LAST DAY OF CAMP.
No Falling Off in Interest or Attend
ance. San Francisco, Cal Aug. 21.
Though this was tho last day on the
official program of tho Grand Army
encampment, there was no falling off
t.f liit.r.iut nithn.niit t lw ,nrt nf tlm
Tl,n .1.,.,,. ,... . I "".'" .ll.....v... ...... u. ...
..... ..v.....,v..... uuvc in.1. .iiiiiiiiuiuu thousands of veterans and other visit
plans for their campaign. It w be ; ors. xlie encampment held a con
a vigorous one, however, and will be eluding business session at which tho
commenced as soon as the ticket Is llllflnlaMcd mialues8 wns BOt out of
uu, ucai rtn lo mo uchui, th0 wny Hundreds of tho veterans
there is no longer much doubt that It I ..uiin.i nnl.-lnmi Mnmn.in -in,! ntl.r
L. ' uiihnrlmti niMoQ Mile nftnrnnnn finit
were objects of elaborate entertain-
j ment on the part of the citizens of
will be headed by Mayor Tom
Johnson of Cleveland. John I.. Zim
merman, of Springfield, is the only
other person mentioned In connection 1 thoso place3, Spocla, cxorcises 0f nn
w th the gubernatorial nomination interesting nature will be held In
Phone 51 Main,
507 Main St., Pendleton !
and the announcement last week by
Mr Johnson that he would accept the
nomination if It would tend to
strengthen the legislative situation,
has had n depressing effect on the
The Center of the Fight.
Whether or not Mr. Johnson heads
tht ticket he is certain to be the cen
ter and life of the democratic state
nmpaigu Chairman Dick of tho re
publican state committee Intimates
that the nomination of Mr. Johnson
will suit republican leaders. The re
' ubheand have looked with great dis
favor and some apprehension upon
c rrominenre taken In politics by
the Mechanics' Pavilion tonight as a
llttiin- wind. nn nt Hip crent enthorinir.
Tomorrow night will see uie major!-1
ty of the visitors turn their faces
homeward. Many have arranged to
visit Yosemlto valley, the big tree
forests and other places of Interest
In California before proceeding homt- '
Before you buy it
you know it by the band.
After you try it
you know it by the quality.
The Largest Selling Brand
of Cigars in the World.
The Band is th Smoktr'a Protection.
ODD FELLOWS MEET i
Cnd of Dltter Fight.
"Ho physicians had a long ami
stubborn light with nn abscess on my
right lung," writes J. F. Hughes, of
DuPont. On., "and gave me up. Ev
erybody thought my time had come.
As a last resort I tne.l I)r Kings
Kvclanus mayor. They openly say j New Discovery for Consumption,
ha' the thing to be most desired from . The benefit I received was striking
NATIONAL CONVENTION IN
SEPTEMBER AT BALTIMORE.
First Organization of the Independent
Order Was in This City Over Six
ty Thousand Visitors Are Expected
Goodwin, of Georgia, Will Preside.
iUI3 S ILLLU
'iu atto irn
,f f our vw mni v w h t
XBZ BEER THAT HADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Cor West Alta and Llllith Sts
S. A. ALLOWAY HAS CHARGE
,d w onnt- run jvwn nunoco,
'ir.r viewpoint is to eliminate Mr
Ji.-.rson from the political map ofj
I, Mr Johnson Is named as the j
Tsian to head the democratic ticket,
Cneral Dirk and Senator Hanna '
.rem to he of the opinion that they
-n deliver him a body blow. It 1b be-1
Iieved that if Mr. Johnson receives '
tl.e nomination unusual efforts will i
be made by the republicans to roll
and I was on my feet in a few days
Now Ive entirely regained my
health." It conquers all coughs,
coldB and throat add lung tioublos.
Guaranteed by Tallman &. Co.'s drug
store. Pricf 50c and $1 Trlnl hot
Tennessee Insurance Men.
Chattanooga. Tenn.. Aug. 21. The
TennesKP. Plm tnqnrnnpn ArrnntK' Ah.
ur a tremendous vote in the hope or I .-ociatlon began Its fifth annua: tor
blasting the political future ot the l ventinn today at Lookout Inn. and
mayor nt one stroke. The republican will rontlimo in session thro!:h to-
leaders are anxious about the matter j
for the reason that they have It fig
ured out apparently that, unless Mr. j
Johnson Is personally a candidate, i
they will still have to deal with him
in the state, oven If he goes upon tho ,
stump and the republicans are vie-,
The outlook for a strenuous
morrow. Some of the topics sclied-
palgn is excellent lust at this time.
and tho fact that a pnvernnr nml n I
legislature which will select a senator ;
are to be elected, will Intensify the in
terest from this time on.
tiled for special consideration at the
meeting ar as follows: Siiimi tlucmr
agencies, legislation, the duty of tho
local agent In peace and war, the
best system of office work and sollr
iting. the country nguncy. and the
j host system for secretary and agent
cam- j in regard to rates.
Monument to Hale Johnson.
j Newton. 111., Aug. 21. In the prus
j once of a number of prohibition lead
, ore from various parts of the country,
HAY AND GRAIN FOR ,
IRALF. r.HHP MILL IN mNNEr..
ii lun. rnunc nittm uoi.
We keep nothing but pure
natural ice. frozen from pure,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and lasts longer than
artificial Ice. All wo ask Is an
unprejudiced trial of our Ice.
Why not order a case of the
celebrated Schlltz, A. B. C. or
Gambrinus for your Sunday
Coming Session at Ogden a Very im
Ogden, Utah. Aug. 21. Indications
are abundant that the eleventh na
tional irrigation congress which meetB 1
in this city next month will be the ,
most important and interesting gath-1
ering of its kind over held in America. '
Tho agricultural department at Wash-1
Ington Is taking an especial interest ,
in the convention, and word has been
fhn Tlnlo Tnhncnn mnnttmnnt wfta lin.
' 1 1 , , i i .... i . i. I... ..r....
cjii:ii null' iumuj mill iniui uniiii
ceremonies. Mr. Johnson wns chair
man of the prohibition state commit
tee and national committeeman at
the time of his murder, election day
of last year. Ho wns vice-presidential
randldate on the prohibition
ticket in 1S90
Thane your order to Main
To Launch Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 21. Ar
rangements have been completed at
Cramps' shipyards for the launching
received from Sn'erntarv Wilson that i of the nrmored cmlser Pennsylvania.
he will have as many scientists of that I The event will lie accompanied with
department attend the gathering as
can be conveniently spared.
The exhibition ot fruits and cereals
grown under Irrigation promises to
be one of the most interesting feat
ures of the congress. A number of
valuable prizes have alreauy Deon of
fered for the best exhibits and a long
list of premiums Is expected before
the exhibition opens. Senator Clark,
of Montana, is out with an offor of a
$300 loving cup for the boat exhibit
of green fruits, and Colonei Frederick
Pabst. ot Milwaukee, makes a similar
offer for tho host barley exhibit.
interesting ceremonies In which Gov
ernor Ponnypacker and other officials
of the state of Pennsylvania, the
municipal officers of Philadelphia,
nnd representatives of the navy will
I have remodeled tho upstair of the
IK'spain block and have some of tno
nicest omro rooms In the city Cnll
and seo thm.
C. C UBUKELEY
llaltlmore. .Mil. Aug. 21. Letters
are buing received dally ut the olllcc
of the grand secretary of the Sover
eign Grand I.odpo of Odd Fellows
from subordinati lodees iudicnting
nn unusually Uirge attendance at the I
naiionni meeting or mo orcier wnicn
Is to ho held In Ilaltimore, beginning j
one month from today It If particu- j
larly appropriate that the convention i
should be held In this city, as It was i
here Hint the order was given birth , 4.
in America. Washington lodge. No.
1. is known as the "mother lodge,"
and during the coming convention a
number nf Interesting relics connect
ed with the early days of the order
will be exhibited to the visitors. One
of the most interesting of those relics
is the chnlr used by Thomas Wildley,
founder of the order In America. The
chair Is still in a good state of pres
ervation. It Is estimated that the number of
visitors at the coining convention will
pass tho (10,000 mark. Letters have
been received stating that large dele
gations will be on linnd from Michi
gan. Georgia, Illinois. Indiana, Colo
rado. Now York. Pennsylvania, Ohio
and a number of other states Thoro
will be no grand officers elected this
year, each being elerted for a term of
two years, anil the election having
been held last year The present
pninil uiro tt'lin wilt ,,rna1i1n nviir flirt ,
nwi.AA.I Inm, nf Mm nnnttAtltlnii Iu .
J(Ut.OCUIU),0 Ul VM17 I.Ult1VII,IIJll, in
John II Goodwin, of Atlnnta. Ga
The New York Times h.s the Fol
lowing to S3y in Regard to Ice
FrobaWy tin luicteriolopic ui fait ib lutirt tab.ibhtd
than that much of tl c ice of commcne is dangerously mj
pure. The nsMiinptiou that water purifier .tsi f m frecz
ing was long apo shown to have hut a 1 tinted basis in
trutli The individual crystals arc likely to he purer than
the mother liquid from .which they are formed but iccis
a mass of crystals in which may be entangled all Kinds ot
The perms are not only killed in the process ri man
actnnni; the ice, but the condensed wat-r passes
through two coke, two charcoal and one rpon(.'c filter
leaving it absolutely pure to go into tin- can"
COME AND SEE
Visitors Always Welcome
ROSS ICE and GOLD STORAGE Co,
Phone MAIN 1781 514 Main Street
To Look Well
your blood must be pure to give
your complexion that peculiar
freshness which ran only be obtained
when your system is in good
working order. Ileecham's Pills will
put you in condition.
Sold Everywhere. In boxet 10c. and Sc.
ELATERITE U Mineral Rubber.
Mil .MAY IN I KM) lit' 1 1 UI MS , .,... ,.,,,
or nn ' 11 iierenMiiry 10 hu-ivi. .1 . - -
Fl ATFRITF ROOFING
Takes th place of shingles, tin. Iron, tar and gravel, ana all prcp&wl
roofings. For flat anfi steep surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc basy to w
Tempore for nil climates. IleaBonable In cost Sold ou merit umn
teed. It will pay to ask for prlcosand Information.
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO
IOWA STATE FAIR.
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finith,
in all grades. Also all kind
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shlnglsa,
Our stock of Doors, Win
.dows. Moulding, Building
and Tar- Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumbbr will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : :
Grev's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. & C it Depot
Expected to Be Finest in the History j
of the State. ,
Des Moines, Iowa, Aug. 21. The ;
Iowa State Fair, which was formally
opened today, bids fair to eclipse all
of Its predecessors In several respects,
inuring the last yeur the grounds
have been considerably improved and
several now buildings constructed.
Notwithstanding these Increased ac
commodations the exhibits are so
numorous that the housing facilities
nre taxed to the utmost.
The agricultural, horticultural, live
stock and swine departments are par
ti' itiarly woll filled. The special
amuHement features are also unusu
ally numerous and of an exceptionally
hih Hals. Ilallroail 'officials arc look
Ir.;.; f'n A-ard to record-breaking crowds
01 visitors from all seet'ons of tlie
stall- auiing the coming wook.
The most loathsome and repulsh
living- things is the serpent, and the vi
most degrading of all Human diseases is Coutacious lllond !.,. ,.
serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison passes
through the entire body. Contagious Illood I'oison. beginning with n little
nicer, soon contaminates every drop of blood and spreads throughout ti e
ftwcuings appear 111 the gioins, a red rash and
BOSTON .WOMEN LAWYERS.
Tliee Were pworn In Today-
Isostuu, ilass., Aug. 2I.-Of the'
m ore or more young women wlm on-1
deavored (o-obtam admission to the ;
?I"0l?, f3 fnrnK ot o? the Iody, the month and throat
-Mvuauui,., iiair iinu eye orows tall out ; but these symptoms
are mild compared to the wretchedness nnd suffering that come in the 1 it
stages of the ihsenae when it attacks the bones and mure vital parts of the
body. It w then that Contagious Mood Poison is sec, in all ite Wdcous
ncss. The deep eating abscesses and sickening ulcers and tu mo s sW
t ie whole system is corrupted and poisoned, amf unless relief comes soon
this serpent disease tightens its coils and crushes out the lift. The only
nutidote for the awful virus is S. S. S. It is nuUwo's Mnii'
posed entirely of vegetable ingredients. S S S
destroys every vestige of the poison, purifies the
blood and removes all danger of transmitting the
awful taint to others. Nothing else will do this
Strong mineral remedies, like inen-urv i.n.l ,.,.iui'.'
dry up the sores nnd drive in the disease, but do not cure permanently '
Send for our homo treatment book nnd write us if in need of medical
ndvice or special information. This will cost you nothing.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA.
By the Fire Insurance Com
panies we represent. Out
companies stand first in tht
Hartford 'ire Insurance (.'o.fl2,2oD,07
Alllunce Awuimnce Co . . IW.OM.WI:
London A Lancashire Klre
IiiHliruiice Co 2,6-14, (W
North British k .Mercantile
Co ... lD,ffor,f7
Iloyal Insurance Co. 22,807,15
FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
THE SURE WAY
to Prevont Pneumonia nnd Consump
tion Is to euro your cold when It
first uppcara. Acker's Englloh Rem
edy will stop tho cough In a night,
and drive tho cold out of your system.
Always 0 quick and sure euro for
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all throat
and lung troubles. If it does not sat
isfy you the druggist will refund your
money Wrlto to tin for freo sninplo.
W. .11. Uookur.& Co., Iluffalo, N. Y.
F. W.-Schniirt & Co:-,- druggists.
G. M. FROOME PROPRIETOR-
CarryalU for picnic partly j
teams with competent drtren -commercial
men Speedy h
handsome rlKs for evening ana wj
dny drives. G''l0"iS
use. Stock boarded at ""gj
rates Dost of care Riven UBJJJ
stock Opposite Hotel PendW
Phone Main Ml
....... , ji-H"-H' 1 1
l Conrad Platzoeder
t Aii KhhI. V. Iieh
Meats always on
t hand. FmeUacon,
f Hams bu' SiUlsaKe-
low as the lowest
. . . -
Farmers Cutoni w
Fre() waiters, Proprietor
slwuys oj li'"