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OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1903
. i 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 I i I I I I I HI 1 IHHWHWWti 111! M-H-H-H-
Wc Will Continue to Give
Twenty per cent Discount
on Boy's Clothing until
Wednesday Evening, Sep
tember 16th. See our
North Window for Prices.
OLD VETERANS OPEN THEIR
Their are less than 4,000 of the sol
diers left out of a total of 112,000
and they are dying at the rate of
1,000 A year A letter of goodwill
from President Roosevelt Is Read
In Nature of A Reunion.
"2 , M i.. bt.. IVndu ton
One Price Ciothiers Furnishers
STANDARD CROCERY Co
We are the standard (or
quality in groceries anil fruits
of all kinds. Price s'-ch as
will hoid your trade. None
better at any price,
MoiiiiimiIc (,focnr ' ouri iu
Si-nator Nathan II Scott, of AVest
Virelnia. who lias been seriimtly 111
at Denver. N much improved.
Prom a letter that him fallen into
tin- hand of the officials, more trou
ble is feared In the Philippines.
Two negro desperadoes, who were
passing counterfeit money tit .Mem
phis. Tenn., were taken Into custody
by 15 policemen yesterday
Tlie Mfssfitslppi river Is raining
rapidly from recent rains and farm
ers are preparing to escape the Hood
This makes the third overflow of the
river tills mason.
While on her way to school, Uiura
West, a 9-year-old girl of Ilrooklyn.
was accidentally hot and killed by
i j a watchmau who was chasing some
J boys. The man has been placed in,
, I der arrest.
, ! The second meeting of the Order
of Carnation has Just been held In
New ork. The order was formed
at the death of President McKinley.
and Its object Is to not young men
i, ;alv,- part in political affairs.
Casslus M. Clay at the Russian Court.
In the Metropolitan Art Museum is
a painting of the Russlnn court dur
ing the late General Cnsslus M. Clay's
administration at St. Petersburg,
savs the Louisville Courier-Journal.
m.. ,, ..nnclqts ,if the rmr anil Ills
staff and the foreign ambassadors.
Of the entire assembly the czar and j
Clav are the only persons to ue seen
standing with their lints on. It is
said that one of the foreign represen
tatives suggested to Clay that lie
should remove his hat in ro presence
o- the czar, but Clay dec' fed. sn-'
lug- "I only take off my hat to those
who take off their lints to nu " As
the czar kept his head covering on
Clay did the same.
A snur track Is being laid at La
(iramlc rrom the O. 11. & X main line
to the beet sugar factory.
Famous the World
Over Fully Matured.
Indlanapollh. Ind. Sept. 10. Wiia'
will In all probability be the last of
the national convention of the Mex
ican war veterans began in Indian
polls today. There are less than
4.0HU of the veterans loft out of a
total of 112.01m. and they are dying at Thnnc!,nflc liny? KilltlPV
tl... rate of more than 1.IM1" a year ItlOUSailOS HuYS 11111110
Among the most prominent survivors
are .Tames Longstreet. of Georgia I
General Simon Ilollvnr HucKner. of How To rind out.
Kentuekey: Colonel W. K. Cloud, of! l-ill j bottle or common glass with our
Missouri: Major S P. Tufts, of Illi water and let it sunn iwciin-iour mmts ,
twin, and General Lew Wallace, ot In- j . , rti
Letter From President Roo
Several scores of the
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
a sediiiientor set-
were assembled In the state capital !
this afternoon when the gathering 1 AL
was called to order by N. T. Ogden i
of Cincinnati, piesidont of the na
uonal association. Letters of good
will were rend from President Itoos
evelt and from the governors of sev
eral states. The .session will con
tinue through tomorrow. The asso
ciation has no business to transact
except the election ol officers cud the
convention is entirely in the nature
ol a reunion.
hll Sn tliiiKiudicatesan
rin T t Vi uuhtallln im.
isevclt. 'v ,J iWW liition ot the kid-k-eteran.-
I PlSS ' V nevs ; if it stains
rnnltnl ! &A'HrWi--LA - nur linen it is
many children were drowned in
Eleppner Hood that the teaching
' ' in the public schools at that
I has been reduced by two.
' Kim gravel cars arrived Tuesday
I .u l.a Grande, which will bo used In
evidence of kid- i
nej trouble ; too
frequent desire ,
to pass it or pant '
in the back is
alo convincing proof that the kidneys
and bladder are out of order.
What To Do. 1
There is comfort in the knowledge "
often expreed. that Dr. Kilmer's ,
SwamtHUoot, the ureal kidney reined . ,
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and everv part of the urinary passage. ,
It corrects inability to hold water
and scaldiuj; jxiiu in passing it, or bad ,
effects following ue of liquor, wine or ,
lieer. and overcomes that unpleasant ue-
! eessitv of lieiue compelled to go often
When Senator Quay visited Cover- j during the dav. and to get up ninny
nor Pennypaekor over Snndav he rode times during the night. The mild ami
as far as Porkiomen Junction on hU the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root ,
annual pass over the Philadelphia & 1 1.-soon realized " siaims uie mgnesi
Heading rallwav. There the partv j for its wonderful cures ol the most dis-
trnnaferre,! in tho iwiinir.n Vnilov tressnig cases, it you need a iiieuiiiiit
railroad which mm lis thu dlstniu'e 1 V'U should have the best
QUAY "COUGHED UP.'
Pennsylvania's Boss Had to Pay First
Fare in 35 Years.
Peopl. ' l.av tvi.ii on
ti t ir i,i.nr er iC.itions are
bi'Cinnmc to return an '.
an L-nngint, Iack w.t..
thi-m sotnt i'-.-aut:-;
Piat. al. kinds albums,
printing paper, mounts,
and all kinds of supplier
tor amateur photn
i;raphers at low
We'll Help You with
Your Photo Troubles
To l.l. . , .
and in charge of hi,
tionary business, -ry
Telephone , yo
i luiupi aenverj.
j A LITTLE PJ
; skilled workmen atldspi
( to the appearance of ih
F. W. Schmidt
The Reliable Druggist
Ion. fl. Il!uv I'hoie Mainsji
Sold In drue
4 icnur or exterior of ,
5 home, business house
... .i,...;t . "a
U1") painters acdl
oniy tne nest material!
Our paper hangers ueJ
j.t-na au uur seiecticil
paper inc newest, m
nngnt meas of the eastJ
stiown in our stock.
jjistsin fifty-cent anil oiu-'!olIar si -You
may' have a atlliif botik ami
aZaitni,iemfr- GOPflmEnCIAL STABLES
OMiia.l A. Ulres, l.r. Ejffigngn
Kilmer 6s: Co., Diiir- iiSJs
hamtoii, N. V. When nomocf smp-Iioot
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
from the Junction to Schwenktivllle.
"Ticknts." said the conductor on
the I'erkiomen train. The senator
selected the Reading pasteboard from
his file of passes.
"No ftoori on this road." said the
I'limi iii-iiii' . .
There was a principle Involved, and ! "M. .?,e." '..r'!;.,::!:! J'' , tr pU'iiie parties. Good
the senator strove for It. I .,: )r Kifmer:, Sw iniiV-KiHit ind teams witu competent drivers for
..n...n.. ...,. i name, Jir KiiniLr s nuamp-uooi, ami ...-.-.o-p.-i .,, i;IIM.. imnm nm
ll"lu vuam ooii i Ku on me tlle address. Iliiieliaiuton, N. v.
I'erkiomen Valley." said tne conduc- .
tor. "You'll have to pay your fare."
3 C. C. Sk
said the sena-
not free from strain Oimild lie relieved
of the riflit strength. Ilv this means
they are saved trout Mrti.il or total
Mindneis in later -ear-
lire made with the aid of modem scien
tific instruments. II) prices lor Siiee
tacles and eyej;!.ises arc quite moderate.
What If I refuse!
tor. j ,
"The walking is eood." replied the i
lawluip the entire O. R. & N. road- j conductor. j J
The senator paid. When he came j
back to town, havlnsr paid railroad ;
mif, it m i-.uu, mi me urai lime in
25 years, he called at the Reading of
fices. The employes are wondorim;
how Ioiir the conductor's job will
last. The I'erkiomen Valley line is
leased b the Reading New York
, in! irom that place to Huntington.
j The Mormon conference at Hoise
i has closed. It was largely attended.
K.ra J. Merrill Is the nuw president.
anil .Miss Horence Ilenson the new
.Mrs. Alice floeper. of Seattle. Is un
der arrest charged 'with contorted
nig She was formerly .Mrs. Johnson,
and under that name went to the
Tso women of the town Ornco
Ashton and .Mrs. Mary How en sui
cided at Holse Tuesday. The .first
took an antiseptic tablet, the latter
Thomas .Mclinen. of lianor City,
an old pioneer and wealthy man. died
at Portland .Monday night of neural
gia of the heart. Kor two years he
drove stage between The Dalles and
"The Owl." the most famous gam- j
hling resort in the Northwest, has!
dosed at Spokane, under the opera
tions of the new gnuiolloc law. It
had been continuously open night
'and Sunday for i; years
commercial men. Speedy horses and
handsome rigs tor evening and Sun
day drives. Gentle horses for family
use Stock boarded at reasonable
rate-. Best o." cu"' given to transient
sto U Oppos i' ' I jt.' Pendleton
'Phnne Main Nil
Opera House Lines
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
If you don't, your food does not do
you much good. Kmlol Dyspepsin
Cure Is the remedy that every one
should take when there Is any tu.ng
wrong with the stomach. There Is
no way to maintain the health and
strength of mind and body except by
uounaumoni. Tnere is no way to
nourish except through the stomach
llie stomach must be kept healthy
pure and sweet or the strength will 1
let down and disease will set up. NoJ
appetite. loss ot strength, nervous
ness headache, constipation, bail '
breath sour risings, rifting, indiges
tlon, dyspepsia and all stomach trou
bles are quickly cured by the use of
viiui wj.-iiiisia (. lire sold tiv
Tallmon & Co
STAtt or Ohio, citv or loLtio 1
1.1 m BOUNTY.
Bar in connecti
Bet. Alta & Webb bts
In Center of Block
F. X. Schempp
4. .,!l,nk J- ch?y mU oth that ho is the
! wnlor jurtner ol the lirm ot F.J. Choncr i Co
' in it. ?a,,r" ' the city ol To"edo,coany
thu at.m a!
x I ' a,.m 1DI" " "rm win PT I
Jne Hundred Minn or ech iin.5 .
theiiuinf iiin..;.;:" r" "-""rara dt 1
Will Soon Ring I
. 1 ...u mv ut iiaii b i.jtLarrn i.iifm
bworn trt hofnr,. ma un.l ...v..in.. .
tr. ia,: ' wu"w. ;
I A. W. GLEASOS'. I
A. W. GLEASOS,
Get your hooks and siipp tes ol ih Ve are tht.
recoRnizerl headquarters tor school supplies oi ail
kinds and have a stock unequaled in Eastern
Oregon. All hooks m use in the public
and paroUuul scliuois and the academy.
TABLETS TABLETS TABLETS
Largest, most beautifully coveted tablets with
best paper, in Pendleton for the money. Parents
let in furnish your boys and girls with needed
supplies to commence school. Come with them
ot let them come alone We give children the
same attention as e;rown people We will save
you money Our motto
"Y0UK MONEY BAOK
IF NOT SATISFIED"
T 1 if " rt""r on the blood inTi f mneiu "itf e '
ot the ,.em. ttaMta, toiimonUh. Ire". ' 1
T 1 fold hr HrlS co" Tol"'' lo
nii i mur Hiu r. the t.
Frazier s Book Store 1 1
Pendleton people are loyal 'o Pen
dleton's business enterprises That
Is the reason the U033 Ice & Cold
Storage Company have had to put on
two wagons and then can scarcely
handle the trade. Give us your or
tiers and wo will tako care of It If
c,hae to put on four times two
wagons. 'Phone Main 1881.
Do You Want a Cab?
When you want nromnt nn.i ru
h e wrvlec call up -phono Main 1C1.
Hie McKay Cab Co.
Says It's a Pleasu re.
Walla Walla. Wash., Sept 3. 1903
It s a pleasure for me to ho able to
?" ,, ni,.,as a Kwlraeni to
inanse the entire svmem o
IjjwIs, ex-chamninn ,..i.i'i,...J,
stler of the ;,.i ibi
Tltln le Ml. ... . '. ... . .
vorld for tho : iy.r 1,10
Habits, sold ,t"ua
Cutler Co., distributors:, ,aker
ii ever corrodei, never
iweiti nor expands ; in fact
never gives ny trouble of
any kind and is uied for all
classes of work, A very
superior covering for barns,
factories, depots, canneries,
tanneries, sheds sr.d mining
! far tklt. (,
The Paraffine Paint Co,
San Franclico, Seattle,
Portland, Los Anjclts
and Denver, Colorado.
T. C TAYLOR, Agent
WHAT IS THE USE
yourself to avoid such distress?
eAaetln'S ?,rpsla Tableu taken aJ
eating will digest your food perfectly
8ymntroeLy0V,r0 a" the 'Sto
sjmptoms ot Indigestion and Dyspep
sia. Eat What vnn m. '?fltr
and take n "l u'y "ra?.
Poit ivu. . :..r..-V aDI atterward.
O SPICES, o
AtnolutePuriry, Finesr Flavor,
CLOSSET & DEYER5
Saint Helen's Hall
Home and Hay School for
gals of all ages Academic
ami College Preparatory courses
a well as thorough Pritnan
Instruction, deal situation on
-he outskirts of city of port
ami. Hasket bull. tennh,
hurselKick riding yer book
-ut on appllcatlou.
Telephone .Ylnlu 4 I
Let us fill yotit
Recocnized as the ba
and most economical fit
We are prepared to eel
tract with von for jcJ
winter's suonlv Weii
liver coal or wood toarj
part of the city
I UeforM deciding where t
1 school, examine a
U31IIVI.IV 1. 'inmt .1
will ?"wu' i0l,r money
win always be refund r.
are not onn.nj " . 'uu
free .V,""" A""8 tor a
Buffalo, N, y.
iree sample. W. K. Hooker . n
ca a ogue for the coming year. New
building and equipment New man.
agoment and a faculty of exnertonS
ed teachers. Special ar"ngemen
for music stuaents nnU f thfern
ful oversight of all students from out
of town. All grades of public school
work thoroughly done n" C,?0.'
preparatory work Is accepted by the
best colleges East and West MnVni
and social advantages the very be
Term begins September H. UM.
REV. W. H. BLEAKNEY, PRINCIPAL.
Model Light CarfUgt5
li.n. .1 i . . ai J
at nil nlu.. Jl.. .-..ttnl 1 1 I
lunlty to nee what modern !
.miug loiiEhten the burden"
1111 rnAn tf ., i. ..i.i. , 1, M
The farmer 1. th i-in ni iheJ"!
jehlclea laftord one of tila iowr
iie?umJwr we he "' Winona 3
Clad hnKa n.... 1 - 1 t.likt BU
best made. Onr Drice can't b tn.l
tires et n MrKP.NLl,..rrr.,hie.t'j
h. old w.:,;,,'ion7 ; JM
"tveh. Adopted ,y fbo 0. s. Got
NEAGLE BROS. I