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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1903.
PiblUUcd rrerr afternoon (except Sundaj)
at IVnuleton. Oresoa. tT the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
Tbooe. Main 11.
Datlr. oof jpr by mall f.Y0
Pally, alx months by mall r.O
Daily, three month b.r mall 1.53
Dally, one month br mall .r0
Dal Ir. mt montb b.r carrier .......
Weekly, one year br mall J.ri
Weekly. lx months by mall 75
Weekly, four months by mall 50
Semi-Weekly, one year by mall .... 2.00
Semi-Weekly, tlx month by mall .. 1.00
Semi-Weekly, three months by mall .. .50
The Hunt Oresonlan 1 bo aale at IV It
Klch'a Neva Stands at Hotel IVirtland and
HoteJ Perkins, Portland. Oregon.
Member Script MctUc
San rranclsco r.urean. -I0S Fourth St.
Chlcaco Iturean. 009 Security I'.olklliic.
Washington. D. C Ilureau, r01 14th SU
Entered at Pendleton poatnBce as seccond
shirk a part or the burden, will he
for a moment considered. Portland
Is as vitally Interested in securing
more trade, as Eastern Oregon is In
furnishing It. There Is a mutual need
PELVIC CiTARRR j
for the portage road, and there should She Suffered for Yeai"S and
be a mutual effort to get It. , - . p ...
IHIl IIC1 uac Tfab nupu-
less Cured by
The "man with the hoe" Is every
where growing aggressively up-to-
date. Thus, somewhere In Maine.
farmers are building their own eleo!
trie railroad with 15 miles of track to ' ,
. , .. , ,.... ,i., , KTRS. .VJTN.V li.FLEII.V3tTT, recent
ship their products to the market at PnperiBtendwtot lbeV.O.T. V.
the least cost and In the shortest headquarters, at Galesburg, 11L, was for
possible time, says the St. Louis Mir- ten years one of the leading women Uicrv.
ror. They have themselves taken all Her husband, when living, was first
the capital stock of the enterprise. President of tho Nebraska "Wcslcyan
It is safe to say that they will per-, University, at Lincoln, Xeh,
mlt neither of wholesale watering a In a letter written from 401 Sixty
la Morgan, nor or sensationally reck- c"n,h street, -VV., Chicago 111., Mr.
. . . . ., ' Fleharty says tho following In reganl to
less manipulating of share quotations Pernna: J
a la Gates. The road Is to be built j Urpd a UvollIe
by the farmers, for the farmers and ,ndworklnspartnerotl, has minister,
for strictly business purposes. It Is mj. i1slti failed mo a few years ago. I
intended to build sidings Into the , lost mv husband about the same time,
. . I, I 1 11 T 1 1 1 1 I.
imrnc nf i-nrh farmer-subscriber to
stock to assure the highest degree
of convenience and expedition In j
and gradually I seemed to lose health
anil snlrit. Mr d a u "liter Is a confirmed
invalid, and we both felt great need of
! I Mrs. Anna IU Klcuarty.
TMF ONLY GENUINE
Furnace, if put up by us, will 1 a
success. Let us figure with you on
heating your home or place of
f You Cant
. If u nve$t youi
id teal estate
property is bound ta,
Here art some bar,,
1 room limit. . . .
t cast0' Ma"t 3.3
f M rom house, i i '
I do nn one tln.J 1
19 ropm house tort
$2,650 00 one third caX
House and ot 7Cn "
Vacant lots on easv
4o acres 0f alhif,
4. , 5 ae tract close t,
01 u,c uuu - mimgorator. Mrs. E. L. Urown, 3. Elliott street,
. ",hr: r; . ??
W. E. King, a negro editor at
Galveston, takes a sensible view
of the race question and lec
tures his people plainly In the
columns of his paper. He ad
monishes them that no one will
respect them so long as the bulk
of them are "lazy, shiftless,
characterless and Inclined to
copy the vices of the whites
while Ignoring their virtues."
"What the negro neds," he
says, "is work six days In the
week and every week In the
year." The remarks of Editor
King might apply very well to
no small part of the "uncol'ed"
population. Coming Nation.
a very sensible and practical scheme, j
I , one that should strongly
' I Itself to the attention of prosperous
' and progressive agricultural corainu
! nities all over the country
; Pendleton Is fortunate that she fix
ed the dates of her carnival to ex
elude Sunday. Walla Walla Is In hot
water over her fruit fair. The work
ing people, whocannot attend during
the week, want the fair to remain
open on Sunday The ministers and
W. C. T. U. are fighting Sunday open
ing and the board of directors Is be
tween two fires. This Is a matter
that cannot be met successfully, no
matter how It Is decided. If the
' worklnc neonle. who desire Sunday
1 scheme "tne or my neignoors aarisca mc .uvhij....-, , .
'. tntn-PeruML. A bottle was immediate-1 .t mifTorl forsovoral vears with hoj'l- ' j.
commend j secured and a great change took BOj)3 brought on by nervous prostration.
pacc in uir Ljujincra s j was alo afUIctcd with insomnia, i, .
my own health. Our fPPetjtes Jm- d ct Bpintho morning more weary ,
I" J?dJ&" than when I retired and 1 used ,0 dread
cnn mnmvM s. m that we seemed ! the annroach of night. Tcruna camo
for assessor of UmaUlla county for opening, outnumber the ministers and
another term. There should be no
m. Wf: irrnattilivsieians to make this
discovery. For forty years he has leen j
treating diseases peculiar to women, anu
long ago he reached the conclusion that
t Toman entirety iree irora caiirmw
opposition to him. He has brought fair should be opened,
to light enough additional property try the majority rules.
in the county to pay the salaries ot
a dozen assessors.
the members of the W C. T. V the ( Bisection of these organs would not bo
In this coun-
A suicide club is a hustler for the
' undertaker, and a servant to the cof
fin trust. It is bread and butter for
the grave digger, new shoes for the
florist's boy. texts galore for the min
ister, a harvest for the druggists,
charity calls for the doctors, and a
never ending source of news for the
like new women. Into my homo as a welcome guest, and
"I would not be without Heruna tor 1 within three short months 1 was lino
fen times its cost" Mrs. Anna B. . another woman. I have now enjoyed
Fleharty. jwrfect health for over a year, and those
What used to be called female diseases I who have suffered as I did will know
by the medical profession Is now called j J,0v happy I am." Mrs. K. I Itruwn.
pelric catarrh. It has been found by , irs. Esther M.Mllner.De Graff, Ohio,
rxperienee that catarrhal diseases of the wrnt.gS
pelvic organs are the cause of moritca-es i was a terrible sufferer f rom fcm-ia
of female disease. j weakness and had the headache contln-
Dr. flartman was among the first or uouslv- j was not able to do my houe
m.tfqffi o-roni vli v&inians tn make this I ,". 1 .1 t
worK lor in im iuiu jiuniittiiu,
you and described my condition as near
as jKisslble. You reeommtndi-d Peruna.
I took four bottles and was completely
cured. I think Peruna a wonderful raw
Iclne." Mrs. Esther M. Mllncr.
Congressman Thad. M. Mahon, of
We keep nothing but pure
natural Ice. frozen from pure,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and Insts longer than
artificial ice. All we nsl; is an
unprejudiced trial of our lco.
Why not order a case of the
celebrated Schlltz, A. B. C. or
Gambrlnus for your Sunday
Tbone your order to
Main 1 t
rabject to femalo disease, lie therefore
began using Peruna for thc-e cases and
fnnnrt It t;n admlrablr adapted to their
permanent cure that Peruna has now
t HENRY KOPITTKE
The Spokesman-Hevlew has found
another good story in Pendleton.
This time it is an opium joint, with
white patrons. Tne last dream of
this kind was about a two-headed
snak in the Blue mountains. This
story shows an improvement in '"?
r,rltf nf hnn used
exhibited at so many rew t-ngiauu
In an Irrigation convention every- fairs during the past years, was kill
body is a speech-maker. There ed last week. He was 18 years old.
should be no dearth of oratory in the w
coming state meeting in this. city. slauhter house. The ox w eigne-.!
The subject is one with which every 4 355 pounds at one time and was one
farmer is familiar, and the people or the heaviest. If not the heaviest
..,.. , infnrmntlon whirh ox In the country
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Chamberhburg, I'a writes:
" fafce pleasure In commendlngyoar
permanent Peruna as a substantial tonic and a
become the most famous remedy tor MrrA rcmedy.-'-T. M. Mahon.
female diseases ever known. Every, ,rf ,.h Vi
facto'ry results f nun the use of Peruna,
wntoat oncf to lr.Hartmi.u, clving a
full statement of your ease tud he will
where the women are uslns it and prais
ing it. Peruna is not a palliative sim
ply: it cures by removing the cause ot
I Ir. Hartman has probably cured more
women of female ailments than any
other linns physician. He makes these
', rn clmi.lv br iuinr and recommend-
'Jerry,' the big ox which has been ingPeruna,
tw pleasfd to give you his Taluable ad
vice gratis. t
Address Ir. Hartman, TreKldent of
TV- Hartman Sanitarium, Coltunbuc,
practical men can give.
Blnger Hermann writes a letter to
the Portland papers on "Leaks in the
uenerai u&na uiuce. buu wua w w w... - ,
they should be stopped. His advice cure dyspepsia and all disorders arts-
is empty, for the reason that he had &
a chance to put it into execution, and njuggjts. No cure, no pay. 23 cents,
was removed by tne department be- Trial package free by writing to W.
nf mp Inability or dislnclina- H. Hooker A. Co, Buffalo, N. T. F.
tlon to stop leaks, ir Washington rils- iw- Schmidt & Co.
patches or last spring were true
THE JlOsT WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A c-L'PERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Is a Good Time
Now is the accepted time t
have your house painted or pa
pered. A little painting here and
there will help its looks wonder
fully. Some nice, bright, new
wall paper will lend a freshnesa
to any room. Our stock of wall
paper was never ,-nore complete
pattern In endless variety and
every one new and up-to-date Ip
color design. Better come In anc
let us show them to you and tell
you what It will cost for your
whole house or one room.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street.
Room 10 over TavW
E. D. B0T
Has Real Estate for !
ranging from 1
n-Hldp!lP in M13 nf A.
most modem and W
rijuipi eu mansions ij
111 iup limits 01 ut &
of Pendleton, and frr'.
rann of a few'acm
e(KKl ulfalla lain k
thousand of ion if
wheat land, Call a
D. BOYD. IIK
Snirits of Eden
fall to cure Rheumatism. For Sale by
A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Agts. for Pendl'n.
D 1 rent VmI ij I
Tileirant Fnrnislied '.
633 Main Stmt
found on sale at FmW
The recent session or the rarmers'
congress at Niagara Falls, adopted a
resolution favoring government own
ership or the railroads. With the
itnrL-mm nrcanlzlne against the
beer trust, the farmers resolut'ng
against the transportation trusts, and
the president engaged tn generating
nlr at Ovster Bar. to use against
all the trusts. It looks discouraging
for the poor combinations.
There is a growing disposition
among a certain class of labor papers
.r. ,rnrt m unfair all business insti
tutions thatdo not conform to their
. . . - . Thin
special ideas 01 emuuu...
spirit of the press, and the unions, is
Identical with that spirit wnich points
.v, flnr nf suspicion at every in
nocent woman who passes. t is un
just, unhealtbful, and only tends to
widen the breach between the busi
ness interests ot the country and the
-m... lent Inn of the O. R. &
Company for a reduction of its as
sessment was not presented to the
a , ..n.iaiizatlon. and the coun-
ty court did not unqualifledly sus
U,n the assessment or Mr Strain tor
the reason that It canceueo
raluaUon on deiot grounds and ma
terial returned by him. The result
however. Is satisractory. and to the
. i,rveri all precedents
BSBCHBUI "UU " , 1
and the tide or public
uuOUng the hign valuaUons In Uma-
ttlla county, is duejall the credit
UA develop that the people or
Eastern Oregon are so anxious for
UK, amtructlon of tne por6 .
. nrllllnar U niH rj,v.v.v,
. . that, wasvset wpeeted.
ine state of Oregon has undertaken
the construction of this road. The
nri.mii will complete it, at
whatever cost The people of East
era Oregon have mora confidence in
?! .h.n tn believe that this
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dodge of BorUand, by which she will
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A GOOD No. j offering a More Complete Line of Hosiery and
' . . 4 . -r T(.
iu grey or pure
white at $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50 aud
Underwear than we have ever shown before. This
department is crowded with good values in Fleece lined Jersey
half wool and all wool at prices that will surprise you. The
GORDON DYE HOSIERY can't be beat for wear and is abso
lotely fast black. We have them at from tOc to 50c per pair.
Notice a few of the many styles we carry in Underwear .. '
CHILD'S Vests and
1'anta in Fine Cotton
Jersey Fleece lined,
in all styles, 18 to 34
Prices 20c, 25c, 30c,
35c, 45c and 50c.
ONE of the
Forest Mills goi4
the very finest that
money can buy at
$i.oo and $1.50 a ,
garment. Buy the I
Forest Mills Un
Iderwear and you
WE can give you get the best made.
the Gordon Dye Hobo
at from 10c to 50c per
pair. Whether you
pay 10c or 50c you get
the beBt. Try a Paih
CORNER MAIN AND ALTA
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