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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1904.
"G. S. E.,M THE NEW CARD GAME-35c
THE NOLF STORE
A baby Go-Cart ? Only re
liable make sold here
$11.90 to $19.00
A fresh stock, that we are
certain will prow. Why stnd
away for ieuds shen orr
home prices arc much lower.
Butter bowls, 15c, 20c and
New curling irons. 5c and 9c
Baskets, all styles Lunch
baskets, sewing baskets,
infants' baskets, etc
Crescent and Ramblers
the cry of his nrturc ngalnst the)
curses which led his life downwnrd,
and should ring forever In the oars
C V. Strain, assessor of Umatilla
county. Oregon. Bsscssod, tho rail-,
roads In that county at 112,000 aj
nine nxui nimie ms HKHfKuuiu shi-k ,
after a hard fight before the county
hoard of equalization, In tin able ad
dress delivered before the lioard As
sessor Strain proved that In most .f
the. eastern states railroads earning
much smaller dividends than the
, roads traversing Umatilla county are
nssessed at from 325.0M) to 550.000 n
mile. According to a decision of the
United States supreme court, he
market value of a railroad's stock
and bonds may be considered in de
termining the value of a mile rf
SKIN ON FIRE
No disease causes so much bodily discomfort, or itches, and bnrns like
E-cma llcc-innine; often with n slight redness of the skin it gradually
bread's followed bv pustules or blisters from which n gummy, sticky fluid
oozes which dries mid scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. Jt np
pears on different parts of the body but oftenest upon the back, arms, hands,
legs nnd face, and is a 180(J T cxperlollcoa ttt Urae paoho on tlia in.
veritable torment at .m. 0 my naniM mm iiciiea ana uurnoa, oautin
times, especially at
night or when over
heated. The cause of Ecze
ma is a too acid and
general unhealthy con
dition of the blood.
The terrifying itching
and burning is pro
duced by the overflow
through the glands ami
As time want hi-
and I oonrinocd that
on ways and means asked for bids on
nnd this paper made a
Items of job printing
and publishing legal notices.
NEWSPAPER. ! two items of job printing and
' '" f , a on ways and me
ifokSt 'he printing an,
' S- 1 bid on the two
In Walla Walla county nnd
throughout the state, according to an
ncroement for uniform assessments
The of railroad property made by a state
tbe convention of assessors with fre
passes In their pockets, the highest
iwsslble way connected. No possible trackn ' anA H run8 as ow ns S2
OREGONIAN PUBLISHING 1 comparison of figures from any "ex- imIO per mile for side tracks. As
COMPANY. pert" can make a common basis for sessor Strain was also tendered a
the price of the two Items. The job Iree 'ass- Dm m sn"e 01 ,lIUU np naa
,r r-m' unrRn. anu
I ve nBllctra wiin iclimi. l con
ml. ml kikVArul tihy siclaus and a niim
ber of Bpt-clall'ta, and uod Bftveral ex
ternal applications, rsoctvinir but
liclit taniporarr relief. In February
I decided t j try 8. B. 8., and in le than
n month I experienced a chance lor the
bettor, and by May all symptoms had
dUupponred, nnd I found my aolf entire
ly cured, anil havo had no return of
Manacer Stockman' AdvortUinjr Ak'ency.
Btatlon A, Kansas City, Mo.
pores of the skin of the fiery poss w,th which the blood -curreut is over
1 loaded. While external applications, such as
washes, soaps, salves ana povvners nresooi ning nna
cooling they do not enter into the blood itself or
touch "the real cause of the disease, but S. S. S.
does, and purifies, enriches, and strengthens the
.,..,. , . .,..., c.m.i.K I Publication of these notices are In no
I uviraimi tivij BiiiiHwvu - 1 1 - j
at fendleton. Urtson. br the
thin acid blood nnd cleanses nnd builds up me general h-mbu, wnen uie
skin clears off and Eczema with nil its terrifying symptoms disappears,
cvmi f.,r our free book on the Skin and its diseases. .o charge for
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
'PBod, Main 11.
J3 00 or t.000 blanks, or specified Items,
Y'S. while the advertising Is an entirely
sess railroads or the same basis as
other classes of property.
Dalit, uue rear br mall
Dally, "li month. tr malt
n.iiv. an- month hr mail .50 separate item and Is bid on at so
wX!or0T-r ma"'"..:.:::: LSOuieh pr inch or line and cannot be
Weei.1;. ti months by mall ; connected with the job printing. The
Iluhl. .An. m.infh. hr mill 0 . 1
deml-w'eeslr. one jear "by mall " oo ' Tribune's bid on the job printing was state, had the moral courage to sus-
S?5'-W.!:!Z ?' th n, 'S' the lower of the two and it should ain the assessment made by Mr
i have that work.
The Umatilla county board if
eqtifli'ation. although tendered t-ih
passes Just as freely as they are cu
en to county commissioners ' In 'his
Tf Vr Orunlan L ea tale at It. R
Ulch' Ner Stanrt at Uotel l"ortland and , gonian
U1IU 111 IIUI IUU?CUI ,U it, I JMfef,,,,,.,
Hut the East Ore-
bid lower on the advertising
Uemtwr Scrlpp Mt-IUe
depriving it of Its just dues. It is
- u. ! just a plain business deal and must
San KraiKlico llarran. 0 I'oorth St. .
Chlcajo liarvau. au'J inrttj Uolldlng. be conducted honestly. Five tents an
Waatnnstuc D. C. llureau. 501 Htb St., inch for the advertising is less than
w C cents and thore Is no way In which
tntrd at 'Dca111SJoaffimce " ,on''-1 the committee can explain Its act.
except to admit of a Job. Will the
council Indorse this committee's act
Strain. Too bad Washington rouUl ,
not have a Strain in every county to
serve as assessor and an extra suit
ply to serve as county boards i f
equalization Walla "Walla States
AN EXCITING TIME
need not lead you to forget this fact
and it ts a fact- that we can wash
our shirt clean, starch it properly
and iron it so that when finished and
out of our hands you will be glad to
wear it Further, what applies to
linen serves to show with equal truth
fulness what we can and will do with
anything else you leave with us for
laundering. Goods called for and
NO CURE FOR PNEUMONIA.
"Drug treatment Is useless in cas"s
of pneumonia. The medical prore--slon.
so far as medicines arc ton
cerned. can be of no assistance In
the fight against "this disease. The
or will It insist on the same common sooner the profession will acknowl
hnnwitv In this mnttfr which marks this to the public and se- 'o
the council's dealings in alt other
There was a day when a
preacher could appeal to his
hearer and awaken his heart f
to praise ..ecause God had
saved him. while thousands ,
had ben left to perish; but
today the hearer would firmly
suspend his praise for his own
salvation till he knew what ,
was going to become of other
people. Dying people of 30 .
years ago were solely con-
cerned with the question of
what would become of them-
selves on the other side: dy-
ine men of today forget them-
Portland clergymen nor churches
are neither unanimous against Sun
day opening of the Lewis and Clark
fair. They are about equally divided
on the subject, showing
earnest thought is engaging
mlndB. One of the greatest features
work to discover -some specific to
save pneumonia patients, the l-"tor
for all concerned."
This startling statement by D; -
D. Bevan. who stands high In the
profession, has stirred up the mem
bers of the Chicago .Medical society
at their meeting
, Several physicians sprang to ihe.r
that deep, feet to protest against this arrain-
their ment. All had to niimit. nowever.
that there is no definite remedy
known, and they based their pro
of tne lair wtii be tne euucationai tests solelv on tne contentlon that
opportunities it will afford and those they might influence the patient
"lie that blowcth tiDt hisotvn horn the same shall not be blown"
who are denied the enjoyment of
these opportunities by closed gates
on Sunday will be deprived of the u-
selves in thinking of what preme blessing or tne lair to tne peo-
wlll become of their wives ; pie of the world. Association and ed
and children on earth. Ap- . . ucation are narts and narcels of pro-'
and are necessary to pro-'
favorably by easing somewhat and
by the moral eftect of their presence.
for his lordship's
He bad played
peals to the individual to es- . . . He bad played for nls lauysnip s
cape hell with its suffering. ."". whim-
to make sure of the joys of sress. If the fair were closed on Till the jtoor little head grew heavy,
heaven, have very little effect , Sunday, thousands of poor people in ' And the poor little brain would
today. Ian Maclaren. , Portland would know no more of the swim.
.:. A ; sreat world and 1,8 beauties and re- And the face grew aniJ cerie
, sources alter tne exposition closes, nd tne large
A SNAKE IN THE GRAaa, , than before it opens. It will have bright
. , ..,. ' no meaning to them, with
The base and groundless attack of ,
eyes strange and
-too late "He is
the Morning Tribune upon the char
acter of Judge Hartman, should
make the community shudder to
think of the results of a newspa-
He shall rest for, at least tonight.
Who will deliver the address of
i welcome to the meeting of the State
I one must tell these people of the
. moral and spiritual beauty of the city
at dawn when
As they watched
With tbe sound of
A something snapped In the gloom.
the birds were
In the silent
a strained cord
Christian Endeavor Society, when it
per. no matter how small a little cir-jcomeg hefe on February 197
cle of partisans it reaches, in tne
hauds of an Irresponsible man.
To serve me interesis oi a " , whlch they. have elected to hold
noilticians to whom it owes its exis-, . . m,,n -m friomiiv hnnrt . Twas a string of his violoncello
tence. It must scandalize and attack. I o enCouragement and good cheer
In a facetious and would-be humor- j mim b? elteDde0 t0 thls band
ous manner, the character o thin , christlan worker. Some stirring;
honored citizen whom the merest
And they heard him stir in bis
Make room for a tired little fellow.
Kind God" was the last he said.
i Vflll' III If 1 1, II I Will Ullll ISfinilllH U1I1ML
circumstance has connected with the i h on ,h , ,va, , h j
t.tt .i .n.,innni n.hf in itc nwn , 1 There is no one like the assessor
pitiful factional fight in Its on ( melropo8 of Easter Oregon. Tnej. make one forget tnp
Party- ! should le made to feel welcome and he learned at mother's knr
Judge Hartman witnessed some af- j PenlJle.on must lmpre8S Uself so In :
ficiavits in the unfortunate govern-1 Aemy upon tbe,r mndg tnat ,hey JMjj HaT6 Kidn6T
mo,, tntirl ripals made bv the Cud- i
""-" ( win go ) wiin me ueieriuiu-iiuu T.-ll J (., P.,- 11
ningham employes last summer. Het0 retur and enjoy the n08pltallty II0IB16 iM -BSPfiCl IL
did not pass upon the character o. of tfae cUy Iuture conventlons,
the affldavlts, was in no posioie way
connected with the filings, except
Bow To Find Oat.
Till a bottle or common glass with your
that the register of the land office j senators are paid 20 cents per mile
di'tcted him to take the affidavits going and coming to and from Wash
of tbe homesteaders. Ington, on their official duties, each
Taking advantage of this trivial session of congress. Because this
circumstance, the Tribune falsely In regular session of congress was pre
slnuates that Judge Hartman is ! ceded by an extra session, a bill was
guilty of some part in the Cunning-1 presented by which the members
ham land difficulty and would be- were to receWe double mileage, al
smirch his name and bring humllia- j though not one of them left their
tion upon his respected family, at the -seats In the halls of congress while
,. TI,, o,... water and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
Congressmen and United States ns'iim,tnrt-
dition of tbe kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble ; too
to pass it or pain
in the .back is
also convincing proof that tbe kidneys
and bladder are out of order.
What To So.
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command of Its bosses. In hopes that tbe clock was striking the extra ses- ofle expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
its slanderous attack will elevate it 'slon out and the regular session In. Swamp-Root, the' great kidney remedy,
in the eyes of a few politicians whose' It is pleasure to say that the bill fulfills every wbu in curing rheumatism,
' , ' , , , , ' . c.j i pain ill the lack, kidneys, liver, bladder
patronage It must have to exist. was defeated on Saturday evening, yery 'o urinary passage.
Knhnrir accuses the editor of the I not a single vote being cast In its n rorrects inability to hold water
favor. The popular outcry against It and scalding jam in passing it, or oau
... .. . effects followinu use of liquor, wine or
was so inner mat even its auvocates . , . ovwnu. that t unleasai
THE FARMER'S WIFE BLOWS THE
HORN TO SUMMON HER HUSBAND
TO THE MIDDAY MEAL.
. IT BRINGS HIM.
WHEN THE MERCHANT HAS
PREPARED A FEAST OF GOOD
THINGS FOR WHICH PLENTY OF
PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY, HE, TOO
SHOULD TOOT A HORN TO CALL
THEM TO HIS BANQUET OF BAR.
BUT THE HORN MUST BE
BLOWN WHERE THE MULTITUDE
WILL HEAR IT OR NOBODY WILL
COME TO THE FEAST,
BECAUSE NOBODY WILL
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT,
EVEN THOUGH IT MAY BE THE
MOST TEMPTING REPAST EVER
THE ADVERTISING HORN VIG
OROUSLY BLOWN IN THE COL
UMNS OF A LIVE. WIDE AWAKE,
UP TO DATE NEWSY NEWSPAP
ER THAT GOES AMONG THE
CLASS OF PEOPLE HE WANTS FOR
PATRONS, WILL BRING' HIM A
VOLUME OF TRADE FAR BEYOND
HIS MOST SANGUINE EXPECTA.
THE VERY BEST ADVERTISING
MEDIUM FOR PENDLETON MER
CHANTS IS THE EAST OREGON.
IAN BECAUSE THROUGH IT THEY
CAN SEND THEIR MESSAGE 'DI
RECT EVERY EVENING TO THE
MAJORITY OF THE PROSPEROUS
HOMES OF PENDLETON MOST OF
WHOM WANT TO BUY SOMETHING
LET THE BUSINES8 MAN SHOW
THESE PEOPLE THE ADVANTAGE
OF BUYING HI8 GOOD8, AND HE
WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN SE.
CURING THEIR PATRONAGE.
A LITTLE JUDICIOUS BLOWING
OF THE HORN WILL DO THE BUSINESS.
of a houle pnrchaJ
LO Oner-,,. 1
oi oak, p.
$3ooo, and she plv
Per month '
E. D. B
Has Real EstafcW
most modem udl
Plllllniwxl TT-an.U.. 1
iu the litnlu of IhJ
farm of a fewiiJ
cood alfalfa Uj
tliniwnfifta nf .
wheat laud. Callo
C. D. BOYD. Ill I
Residence and oS:tl
Block. Phone Red ipl
Our specialty F
Tribune of writing the vllllfylng edi
torial on Judge Hartman. It was
beyond his ability. But he certain
ly authorized its publication after
having it written by some hireling
who has been busy in other climes
looking for "hush" money all these
years while Judge Hartman has been
devoting his life to rearing and pro
viding lor an honored family and
building up the institutions of Uma
The East Oregonlan asks for plain,
unvarnished justice at the bands of
lieer. and overcomes that unpleasant lie-
did not dare place themselves on rec- ccssity of being compelled to go often
ord for it. during the day, and to get up many
times uuring wic mum. auc um u
H,.rv pwt i,1B. ilPfnr lmlne the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
1i7m1. It stands tbe h'lL'hest
hansed In Salem last Friday, said: for jU WOmlerful cures of tbe most dis
"Take me as a mark. Keep your tressing cases. If you need a medicine
children off the streets and above all. ttX2
out of the saloons. Bad .alslng and y,m may iiave a kamplc bottle and a
.-. .. I tlmt IlU nil fTJK''
cause of my downfall." Facing eter-
nil)-, couhcIoub of the enormity of Kilmer & Co,, liiiiK'
It Ik rrlmna n nrl rortltv inn. th nuff:it liamtOU. N. Y. WllCU llimt)t BnmfVcU.
.,...,!... i , ... . ..... i writing mention this paper and don't
lienalty. he was about to pay. hg- ,.. i 'nlemw tlie
the council apd will be satisfied with i bert's tragic sermon from tho Bcaf- name. Dr. Kilmer's SwamjvRoot, and
nothing less. The council committee fold camo from his heart It was the address, Uingliamtou, N. Y.
I Good Work is the Cheapest
Have your sewer connections made and your sewer work
done by an experienced man who guarantees his work. Work
entrusted to me is never slighted If you place your job in
my hands it will be done right and at a resonable price. Pooi
sewer work means a continuous expense, while first-class work
lasts a lifetime and causes no trouble or additional costs. Con
sult me before you give an order for your work, '
H. F. SHULTZ
i Office, JuddBaildlng, Room J2. Phone Black J30J
m mni4mii i mm i utfi im
ELATERITE Is Mineral Rubber.
YOU MAY 1N IKNII IIUILUINO
orllnii It necewMiry to ltKJ'LACE A YVUIIX-OUT IlOtIK
lakes tn, place of shingles, tin, iron, tar aad gravel, and all prepared
roofings. For flat and steep surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc. Easy to lay
Tempert for all climates. Reasonable In cosL Sold on merit Ouaran
teed. It will pay to ask for pricoBand Information
. .... THE ELATERITE ROOFINQ CO.
Worcester Building. Portland
Sash, Doors Isn
Made to order
paper, lime, cemeni
and sano wouu b-i
barns and dwelling
Alta St, Opp- Court!
a nlpasant place .tol
" ' ....r snare timl
And other P
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M4 V T7 UH
IS THt yr
need vf&Vga Inte
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