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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1904.
Is an ordeal which all
women approach with
indescribable fear, for
nothing compared with
the pain and horror of
Fabrics Silks, Dress Goods, Rcady-to-
Wi Xa If nr-TVTa At Q..U
nf tn-.fr-,: i j . . . cmiiMmth. Thethoutrht
I, ;V, m,.u ."nger m store for her, robs the expectant mother
For Spring, 1 904
fbofey Tuesday Wednesday
18 PEOPLE 18
Military Band and Orchestra
Popular Prices -35c, 5oc. and 75c
Scats on sale Monday at Brock & McComas.
THE M08T WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
The Standard of Excellency.
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
fniehed RoomB in
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eve that beet of
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Ljfesyou arc lnviteci to can ana see the latest Eastern
in Wash fanncs, suns, uress Uoods, Tailor made
j.'.nlo fnr vour insneetinn. nil . .
I o3 J " " "tcpiiona'iy
. Ladies Tailor-made Suits, all the new Eastern styles,
&t Yon will be wonderfully surprised when you see
t0I suits and when you learn how cheap we have priced
K. J. Taylor, M(tr.
Jtrst One Night, Tuesday, Fefc. 2nd
3. F. STOWE'S Mammoth Scenic Production of
Nights in a Barroom
N WYCOFF AS "JOE MORGAN"
NERS' BEST FLOUR
I k I f 1M Will I Hk Villi
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
tand at the head of the list.
Hartford Fin Insurance Co 12,2o9,0"t
Alliance Assurance Co 29,039,9fi.5
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co 2,644,68
North British 4 Mercantile c
Co ... 19,696,974
RoyaYinsuronce Co 22,897,165
FRANK B. CLOPTON
U2 EAST COURT ST.
On Your Meat BUI
Being a stock raiser on Birch
creek I do not have to buy In
ferior cattle, but have prime
stock of my own raising for the
block. You will get better
meat and more of it for less
money at my shop than any
where else In town.
S. Warner, Prop.
NEW MILARKEY BLDG.
West Court Street
rbone Main 1981
tvii rlrw between Pendleton and
UkJah except Suuday. Stage leaves
arrives at Pendleton 6 p.m.
dloion '""l SSS &$, Pendleton to
Otfk Brock (C McComas Drug Store
Colonel Hlgglns, who lectures
"A subject of great interest to
sheepmen is the preparing of wool
for market," says C. H. Harding, a
wool manufacturer of Philadelphia,
in an address which has attracted a
great deal of attention In the north
west. "When first I began to han
dle wool for combing purposes the
rule was generally stated and care
fully observed that whatever came
off a sheep in handling him under
the shears must be wrapped in the
fleece and go to market with It.
"It is not to the rigid enforcement
of this princlpi , but rather to acci
dent that I attribute the thousands
of 'finds' that have come to notice In
opening fleeces unwashed pieces
from unwashed fleeces, and fre
quently of entirely different quality,
old shoes, overalls, brickbats, pieces
of harness, cobble stones, shears and
cow bells. The principle still seems
to obtain that fleeces must be so
put up that they must carry the
sheep's whole wardrobe and perhaps
some of his surroundings.
"In fact, we are on the level of the
growers of Morocco, Thibet. Turkey
and China, with one exception.
These countries being largely under
the commercial Influence of England,
have followed, more or less, her
practices In putting up the individual
fleece and so they are free from the
singular confusion of ideas that pre
vail. "The value of wool, from a manu
facturer's standpoint, is- the worth
for bis purpose of a scoured pound of
the article he uses; what he may pay
for the pound in the grease Is a sec
ondary matter. And this raises a
most important question as to what
can be done at the place of shearing
in the way of classifying wool for
market, If, Indeed, you can do any
thing In this country. I
"It has been suggested that we ox
amine the method In use in Austra
lia, which has also been adopted In
South America, without being there
carried Into such minute detail. The
governing principle is that the aver,
age price realized for a properly
classified clip Is always more than
the price It would bring in bulk, plus
the cost of classing at the shearing
floor, and I thoroughly believe the
same will be the case here when
once we pass the experimental stage.
"And .now we return to the ques
tion of what Is possible and likely to
prove profitable here. The points
to be considered are: First, can wool
be put up at the shearing; point Jn
such shape that mills buying in lots
or 25,000 or 50,000 pounds can get
the thine wanted? Now, they must
buy here mostly In bulk and chance
the disposal of the unsuitable (how
ever good It may be for some other
mill) or they must buy from the
Eastern wool house.
"And It seems perfectly possible
that the gray and black, the bellies
and loose' locks, the heavy tags,
might be taken out, packed and
branded, separately. Then it might
do to take off the coarse part lying
on the hips and shanks of each
fleece, sometimes a very small part,
and pack separately as 'skirts,' The
fine and medium, together or sepa
rately could be divided into 'comb
ing' and 'clothing,' putting into the
former only the sound fleeces with
Tk Stricken Hose From Grief.
What a fortunate provision of nature
It l, that deprives the rose of mental
iufle'rlngi for how polgria nt would be Us
grief to discover. In the height of U
blooming glory, that a canker fed at Its
het and I that Us beauty and fragrance
were doomed forever. Nature always
"pares the sufferings she Is a veritable
store-house of pleasing rewards, for
those who seelc her aid. In the years
t. ratline hair and grayness have
cast a gloom over the lives of thousands ,
of young women, dui iuw w
vestlgatlona of scientists the true cause
of hair destruction Is now known to be
a germ or parasite that burrows Into
the hair follicles. Newbro's Herplclde
absolutely destroys- this germ, thus
permitting the hair to grow as na
ture Intended. Bold by leading drug
gists. Bend 10c. In stamps for sample
to The Herplclde Co., Detroit. Mich.
F, W. Schmidt, special agent
at the Frazer Tonight.
THE SHEARING PENS
two Inches or more of length of
staple. The medium and low med
lum, together or separately, could be
divided In the same way, making
three (3) inches the dividing line
between combing and clothing.
Quality, Name and Ranch.
"Branding the bales with the qual
lty, the name and ranch name of the
grower, you have something ready
for a market that could take much
of It 'as Is,' and at Its value to the
mill, if the mills could be put In
touch with your market place. But
no plan conceived will put all the
wool marketed, into all the mills that
may use it, so as to turn it into cash
on any particular date or any one
season of the year.
"There will be mistakes and dis
appointments, and some failures, In
the trials of any new plan like this
over so wide an area, by so many
different men, but the fact of Its con-
I tlnued success elsewhere Is guaran
i tee of like success here, when you
shall try It with earnest, patient per
slstence. And If the next 30 years
shall witness a progress In your in
I your methods at all comparable to
I your progress In the last 30 years In
I other matters pertaining to tne wodI
1 clip. Its history will be second to
' that In no other country In the
We offer One Hundred Dollars Itetvard
for anr cas.- of catarrh that cannot be
cuied by Hall's Catarrh Cuie.
r J. CIIILNUV & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
We. the underslsned, have known P. J.
Cheney for the last 15 ear, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transaction and financially able to carry
out anr obligations made by their firm.
WKKT & TliUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
WALKING. KIXNAN 4 MAKVIN. Whole
sale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials
free. . ,
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT.
Eastern States Spend Enormous Sums
on Wagon Roads.
Four states, New York, Massachus
etts, New Jersey and Connecticut
have In the pa6t 10 years spent a bo it
$10 000.000 as state aid for building
wagon roads. About $6,000,000 has
been added to this sum by the coun
ties and towns where the state roads
were built, and about 2.C00 miles of
state roads have been completed hi
these four states.
Pennsylvania last year appropriated
$0,500,000 for the building of state
roads. Wherever state roads have
been built the selling price of farm
lands haa been Increased from 20 per
cent to 50 per cent, and even more
The 2.500 miles Of
state road already built have been of
such benefit to the farmer that tney
have caused a great demand for moro
EMi-. ctntoa fnnnH it ennd to aid in
the building of wagon roads by state
appropriations. Why should not the
noilnnnl privnrnmpllt fliri In bulldlnR
roads In every state of tho union?
Congressman Brownlow of Tennessee
has answered this question by Intro
4i,.ine ln ,finvri.tii a Mil annrODriat-
Ing $24,000,000 as national aid for
building wagon roads.
This sum Is available at the rate of
$8,000,000 a year for three years, and
Is distributed to each state according
to Its population, except that no state
shall receive less than $260,000.
The states or counties receiving this
money must add a like amount. This
appropriation will build between 6.000
and 7.0U0 miles of splendid national
road In each state of the union. It
seems to many farmers that it Is tlnio
for the national government to aid
them and they nopo me nm win
come a law.
Is displayed by many a man endur
ing pains of accidental Cuts, Wounds,
Bruines, Burns, Scalds. Sore feet or
stiff Joints. But there's no need for
It Bucklen's Arnica Salve will kill
tho pain and euro the trouble. It's
the best Salve on earth for Hies. 25?
at Tallman & Co., drueE'st"-
contatning valuable information
Tbe Bradfiold Regulator Co., Atlanta,
IN REAL ESTATE
880 acres, ?11 fenced; good well, 244 feet deep,
windmill; engine; land all broko but 70 ncres.
4C0 acies crop. Halanco to bo sunnuor fallowed.
Three-room house- Cistern, 10x20 feet, built on
Machine shed, 14x40 feet.
Bam, 14x40 feat.
Wheat shed, 12x20 feet.
Adams County 9 miles of N. P. R. It. Down
C. W. CRABILL
Connell . . Wash.
W. Houser, city.
It. D. Fulton, Portland.
George F. liobertB, Portland.
H. W. B. Smith, Baker City.
Pearl Payne, Cove.
W. Lewis and wife, San Francisco.
Jennie McKlnney, Walla Walla.
Alma Todhunter, l.a Orando.
Nora Todhunter, l.a Orande.
T. O. Hllbourne, Chicago.
F. J. Tllden, Denver.
D. C. Compton, Walla Walla,
B. L. Norden, Portland.
John Beaton, Kansas City,
A. I). Chase, Portland.
E. Marks, Portland.
J. A. Luckrcl, Portland.
II. M. Wolf, New York.
F. A. Peters, Portland,
E. Golden, Spokane.
A. J, Hafl, Spokane.
It. II. Caston, Spokane.
F. M. Farland, Portland.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
B. U Tatum and family, city.
C. W. Cotton, San Francisco.
E. It. Apt, Kansas City.
F. Ivanhoe, I.a Grande.
T. V Standlson, Pilot Hock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Walker, l.a
Mrs. McCornell, Baker City.
Ed York, North Fork.
George Clay, North Powder.
W. E. Brown, Echo.
C. J.. Cole, Sealtlu.
A. 1). Mclntyre, Athena.
V. S, Williams, Portland.
Jap Guilford and wife, Gurdane.
O, A. Cannon, Athena,
J. E, Cannon, Athena,
George I). Fordham, Portland,
MrB. G. W. Hamond, Denver.
Miss Mazlo Huinoiii, Denver.
Mrs. M. A. Cochran, Uenver,
Cyril Gagnon, Walla Walla.
Grace Dewoy, Michigan.
Edward Helm, Portland.
J. A. Mcltae, Ilellx.
N. V. Conned, Seattle.
Mrs. Spenso and family, Umatilla,
E. Wolf, Portland.
Clyde Baker, Portland.
Hotel St. George.
George T. Coyne, Portland,
J. D. Scharff, Portland.
J. It, Fulllnlnder, Spokano.
William Taylor, fShoshono.
A. W. Hall, Asbury,
J. J. Burns, Portland,
Otis Turner, Weston.
W. O, Ilrldgeman, Halt Lako City,
Harry C. Moore, San Francisco.
Max Jackson, North Yakima,
Charles Gould, Portland.
C L. Dament, Spokane.
William Damo, Portland.
Joe Dodson and wife, Spokano,
H, P. Jackson, Portland.
J. II. Dayton, Portland.
Mergles, wana wanu
Dell 8, I-ashet, Portland.
ii.j. ... 1 .... ..laatliii, WMtllH tin
all right W) long as tho other fellow
bad some or uie say in giving i
It Is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
Ga. T .El
Bright's Disease and
To tho Pcoplo of Pendleton:
As San Prnnc'sco druggists person
ally acquainted whu tho facts wo aro
asked to certify to you tho curability
of chronic Bright's DUease and Dia
betes, and however unreasonable- It
may seem to you, yet such Is tho fact.
Up to n year ago wo novor heard of
a gcnulno case of chronic llrlght'B
Disease or Diabetes recovering. Now
It Is a common occurrence In this
city. A great dlsvovery has undoubt
edly been made. Many prominent pco
plo horo havo recovered and every
one of us whoso names nro appended
hereto havo cither uad recoveries
among our customers or huvo genu
ino chronic cases now recovering.
And tho percentage ' of efficiency
seems to bo very high, for thcro aro
very few failures. Yours, etc.,
Ferry Drug Co,
Lion Drug Co. i
Ittalto Drug Co.
E. W. Joy.
C. F. Fuller.
Green & Whlto.
A, Dl Nola.
A. O. Schmidt.
Owl Drug Co.
Potts Drlg Co.
II. H. Dlckhoff.
F. A. Gny.
C. I). Zello.
C. B. Foolur.
A, E. Scamtnell.
and many others.
Tho nbovo refers to tho newly dis
covered Fulton Compounds, tho first
cures tho world has over seen for
Bright's Discnso and Dlabotcs. We
nro solo agents. Ask for paniphlcL
F. W. Schmidt's Pharmacy.
This Is Pendleton Testimony and Will
If you should doubt tho following
and wish to Investigate, you haven't
to go to some other state In tho union
to prove It. It's not a long story pub
lished In Pendleton newspapers about
a nuldent In Kalamazoo, Mich., or
Tampa, Ha. It's about a rosldent ol
Pendleton and given in his own woroi.
No stronger proof can bo bad,
II A ThfimhHnn r,,flr,ri whn livps
on Stonewall Jack'sou street, tays:
"My kidneys troubled mo by spells
ftr 10 wnra nnd nt nllrh tlmns with
a steady dull aching across my back.
I used largo quantities of various
kinds of medicines said to bo good
for It, but tboy nover benefltod mo
nn that I muld notice It. Fi
nally I got a box of Doan's KIdnoy
Pills at the Jirock ac Mcuomaa to.
drug store and J found thorn to be
tr what I nnoded. Thov went right
to tho spot and not only rollovod my
backacne, but curea it perranueuHj.
I will l.n nnlv ton nteesed to toll
others about the merits of this reme
For sale by an oeaiers. rnce ou
ccntB per box. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Buffalo, N, Y,, aolo agents for the
Remember the name DOAM b
and take no other.
The East Oregonlan Is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It lead
and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is th
advertlslng med.Jm of this section.