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np l! m c-rM nrr.ON. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1904.
DAILY EAST ORE
TIME LIMIT EXPIRES
MONDAY FEBRUARY 8.
Several Exhibits are Complete and
Have Arrived Pendleton Ex
hibit is Not Finished, and Some
Others Not Ready, Who Are Pre
paring Collections Get Ready for
The exhibits which have been
prepared for the St. Louis Fair by
the different schools of the county
arc beginning to come into the office
nr the county superintendent, and
will be shipped by him to the com-
' mittees having the matter In hand
, m Portland.
Adams. Ferndale. Athena. Milton
aud McKry now have their exhibits
ready, and all are in the city with
the exception with the one from
' Milton, which will be shipped by
the school direct to the committee
' in Portland.
Pendleton is not yet ready, but Is
working hard and will ship direct
to Portland, and Weston, Pilot Rock
and Helix will have their material
igether by the latter part of the
week nnd ready for shipment.
The time limit set by the depart
ment for the presentation of the ex
hibits expired February 1. but owing
to various causes which delayed the
; schools that have not yet submitted
I their exhibits, the county superln
! tendent has extended the time for
on ' ...... nml (in nnvt Mmiilnv will
February 1 at Fort Collins, coioraao. gnp n of the matera sent him to
at the rate of 90 miles an hour. j tllc I)eone Portland, who will ar
Smooth thieves stole $60,000 cash ranee the stnte exhibit and take it
from a solicitor for the Duke of , to the fair at St. Louis.
Newcastle, at the Hotel Metropole.
London. They overlooked S.10,000.
A week ago theUniguayan govern
bears the above cap label.
Contains fully as much
food substance per can as
the watery im.tatiorts In
It is smooth and perfect
because skillfully pre
pared Its purity is
Wind blew for several hours
What's In a Name?
Everything is in the name when it
ment had the rebels completely lick-' comes to Witch Hazel Salvo. E. C.
l January 31 1.500 government . DeWitt & Co. of icago discovered
troops were defeated with great
William Mather. Portland.
C. M. Smith. Portland.
Frank Hanna, Bonn Port.
G. S. Parsons, Walla Walla.
Frank Spike, Echo.
A. n Grant. Portland.
H. W P. Smith, Baker City.
U W Klnyon. Omaha.
W. M. Rice. Walla Walla.
H W. Shaw, Seattle,
j ' M. Ferris. Jr.. Tacoma,
U n. Knight, Minneapolis.
M H -Patton. Spokane.
Oscar Cain. Walla Walla.
H. L. Morey. Spokane.
G. Joyce. Spokane.
W J. Moore, Spokane.
W. M. Slusher, Nolln.
J. H. Shaw. Kansas City.
H. W. l.oveland, Portland.
W. Neubaum, Portland.
R. E Klepper. Manknta.
E. U Lester. New York.
Mrs. A. W Cowley. Spokane,
G. B. Hush, Spoknne.
Mrs. S. A. Lockhart. Spokane.
U A. Cook. Gfed
John Iieaton, Kansas City.
F. S. McMnhon, Portland.
A. Nylamler. Portland.
Hotel St. George.
J. C. Currie. Portland.
F. J. Gardner. Portland.
J. A. Allison. Portland.
G. W. Cabnlt and wife. Spokane.
H. A. Richardson. Adams.
L U Osburn. San Francisco.
William McKnlghts. St. Louis.
C. M. Moore. Seattle.
H. Ross Kahlet. San Francisco.
E. K. Stone, Quincy.
Emma Ramsey. Salt Lake.
Jennie Sands. Salt l.nke.
F. C. Macks. Prairie City.
Charles McClane, New London.
A. G Ogilve. Portlaud.
K. M. Reeves, Helena.
A E. King. Portland.
A. Martin. Portland.
George Harris. Portland.
from "Witch Hazel that Is a specific
Miss Nannie Bryan, sister of Wil-, , an(J protrudng Pnes. eczema.
Ham J. Bryan, and who made her f cuts burns brulses anii alI Rkm dls
home with her brother, died Febru- easeR rjeWltfs Salve has no equal,
ary 1. She will be buried in the Th,s has Ri,.en rise to numerous
family cemetery at Salem, 111. worthless counterfeit.-. Ask for De-
Justin Haynes and W. D. Engle, Witt's the genuine. Sold by Tall
two Colorado chemists, have maau- j man & Co.
factured 1 2-100 of a grain of radium j
from a Colorado , ore found In im- CONVENTION PRELIMINARIES.
mense quantities in .Moniroe cuuu-,
,j. Arranging for Democratic Conven- j
The Missouri supreme court has tion at St. Louis. ,
decided that the state law limiting a st. 1ouIs. Feb. 2. The committee
dav's work for all people employed I on arrangements appointed by i
underground at eight hours, is con-, Chairman James K. Jones, of the
stitutlonal. This affects the state.
corporations and individuals employ
ing labor, alike.
democratic national committee, held
its first meeting at the Southern
hotel today to consider preliminary
George W. Munzy. of Salt Lake, i plans for the reception and aecora
confesses that In 189T he and Abe
Hunter and John Rice murdered
Fred Beutler on- South Temple
street, for his money. Munzy "leak
ed" when drunk, and was subse
quently arrested and has made a
modation of the delegates land visit
ors to the democratic national con
vention here in July.
The members of the committee,
nearly all of whom were present,
are John E. Osborne of Wyoming.
J. M. Head of Tennessee, John R.
.McLean of Ohio, J. G. Johnson if
Kansas. Norman E. Mack of New
York. D. J. Campau of Michigan. J
N. Guffey of Pennsylvania and Wil
liam J. Stone of Missouri. The corn-
G. T. Moora. Des Moines.
W. Hanson, New York.
Mrs. E. Cox. Tekoa.
A. B Mayhew, Portland.
Sam Lee. Spokane.
M. Recder. Gurdane.
Mr Emter. Republic.
M. Mills. Juniper.
W. H. Dupes. La Grande.
E. C. Dould. Seattle.
J W. Jincln. Wasco.
S. A. Penneck. Adams.
Frank Lamb. Haines.
Clyde Baker. Portland.
N. L. Smart and wife, Pasco.
Mrs. A. McCourt, city.
H. McCourt. city.
Mrs. C. L. Roodruck, Clarkston.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner. Franklin Grove. III..
For four years It defied all doctors
and all remedies. But Bucklen's
Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure
him. Equally good for Burns,
Bruises. Skin Eruptions and Piles.
25c at Tallman & Co.'s Drug Store.
The Spokane G. A. R. has inaugui
. ,n I. .... 1 . t.' 1-f
Coeur d'Alene converted into a na- milteemen inspected the Coliseum. u,n(Je(I ,.Irruses ,,urjISR the ,)ast 2.)
Jo-Jo. the famous '"dog-faced.'
hirsute curiosity. which nearl:
everyone in the world who has
tional soldiers' home,
F. W Laube. a wealthy stockman
of Deer Lodge, has had Mrs Benton.
anaiauy oi tne noss uiock. in , ,on ,epresentlnK the St. Louis
Kane, arrestee tor yum-yumm.ng ...u. H,rIalnmpn, commute,
where the convantion Is to he held. has j8 uea() at Saonra.
-1 l . I wt Ua . nl fn. ' ...
Turkey Hp waB a Russian and his
and also Investigated the hotel fa
clltties. , , , , . , , I name was Theodore Peterhoff
A conterence was neiu wun a uei-1
Escaped an Awful Fate,
Mr. H. llagglns of Melbourne. I
r-i. ufiinii' "Mr doctor toui me i
had" consumption nnd nothing could
be done for me. 1 wns given up ,
to die The offer of a free trial bot
tle of Dr. King's Now Discover' fori
Consumption, Induced mo to try It.
Results wero startling. I am now' ,
on the road to recovery nnd owe all ;
to Dr. King's New Discovery. u,
surely saved my lire." this great,
cure Is guaranteed Tor all tnront ami
lime diseases by Tallman & Co..
druggists. Price T.Oc and $1.00.
Trial bottles iree.
The police nnd detectives are coin-
nleteiv baffled in their attempts to
discover the origin of four fires that
have occurred within four weeks
past In the Grand Palace hotel M
i. .. .. -r 'l' -f--i' ,'
This is the form of receipt which will bo Issued In the East
Oregonlan guessing contest, wherein some one of the subscribers
of the East Oregonlan will receive n $100 buggy absolutely free:
Pendleton, Ore., 1904
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same, to GUESS THE UNKNOWN NUMBERS IN THE SEALED
GUESSING CONTEST, and hereby agree to donate outright, nnd
without consideration whntever on his part, tho rubber-tired buggy
mentioned in THE EAST ORES ONI AN GUESSING advertise
ments, to the persons guessing nearest that unknown number,
including the numbers 012 and 987, aud all numbers between tho
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: IN REAL ESTATE
SS0 acres, all fenced; good well, 2-14 feet dee),
windmill : eugine; land all broke but 70 acres.
; 400 acres crop. Balance to be summer fallowed.
I Three-room bouse- Cistern, 10x20 feet, built on
I high ground.
Machine shed, 14x40 feet.
Barn, 14x40 feet.
: . Wheat shed, 12x20 feet. ,
Adams County 9 miles of N. ?. R. R. Down
j hill road.
j Inquire of
C. W. CRABILL
: Connell . . Wash.
LET US SUPPLY
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1 all descriptlou.
iug, ituuuiug ana tit
Bring Your Bill to
fiat- r.. a
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Opp. W: & C. R.
out of $70.
Two masked men held up the gro
cery store of Olds & Grldley at
Edgewood. SO miles south of Asa
land, and secured J300 Monday
The crusade against vice in Spo
kane is making considerable head
way In the way of arrests of propri
etors, and chasing lewd characters
out of town.
January SI five snowslldes came
down In and close by Sandon, B. C.
and between dodging and digging,
there was very little worshipping In
the town that day.
American capitalists will this
spring build four large sawmills In
British Columbia. This is the first
.investment of this kind made In
British Columbia by people from the
An attempt will be made to pros
ecute Portland messenger companies
for emnlorlne boys under 10 for
night duty and under 14 for day
duty. The animus of the movement
Is to break up sending the boys into
dives, gambling places and saloons.
Chicago Sam, a Chinese laundry
man at Seattle, has been shortcir
cutting the HghUng wires and by
that means swindling the electric
company for a long time. It is the
first instance In the country of a
Chinaman perpetrating this kind (f
entertainment committee and a
number of minor deta.is discussed, i
Other work coming within tne scope
of the committee will be transacted
at a meeting to be held later '
REAL ErfTATK MUST GO,
We aru better nvimd than
ever to show you u loug Hat of
deuirable City and Country Prop
erty at low price.
; E. T. WADE & SON
l U, l)UI Hit
Toone Black 1111 Office In'K. 0. Bid
TOUGHING STORY r
O. R. & N. IMPROVEMENTS.
Of Baby's Dreadful Suffer
ing from Eczema.
CURED BY CUTICURA;
Now His Skin Is as White
as a Snow Flake.
"A terrible rash broke ont on Char
lie's poor little lace and pread to his
n.v ht nnd back. I had never aeen
and the roadbed improved by build- j Mng quite like It before," writea
ing substantial grade where the old! ' lt5. p., nfB2i i0th Atb..N.T.
Channel of Burnt River Changed o
Remove Two Bridges. i
F. J. Walsh, civil engineer on the'
O. R. & N., was in the city yester
day from Bingham Springs.
Mr. Wa'cli ha a crew of surveyors i
at work near Weatherby during the l
past few month, vbere the channel
of Burnt rher was changed by cut-'
tius through the point of bill for:
al-out 3ftn feet.
By making this deep cut for a new ,
channel, two long bridges across the l
river have been done away with I
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME TO GET A
PIANO and ORGAN AT COST!
Closing-out Sale of my entire stock of IlugE, Art
Squares, Portiers, Lace Curtains, Matting, Fine
Pill ows and Feathers, Pictures and Frame). All
must go regardless of cost. Call and see.
You cor. get. a fine Velvet R.UC, 9x12, for $20.00 ; worth $27.00
You can get. a fine Axmliuter RUC. 9x12, for $22.50 ; worth 53O.O0
JESSE FAILING, 90 i Main St.
Near the Bridge "J
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nnuuii u iiinuiaiJLT v.
Alliance Assurance Co
Loudon & Lancashire T
Irian ran re Co.
"North British 4 Mercxnta
Hoyal Iusurance Co. ..
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Will meet the lowest
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channel of the river crossed the
An immense amount of work was
done on the Burnt river canyon last '
seabon by the O. B. & N. New steel
bridges have been built and thej
roadbed improved ut every possible;
tioint. It is quite probable that
some track will be graveled in the
canyon this season, altbough it is ,
not definitely known yet.
A Vest Pocket Doctor. I
Never in the ay, no '.routle toi
carry, easy to ta.,e, plesai.l and ner-i
er failing In results an DeWltt'n Lit
tle Early Risers. A via. of these lit
"The akin rose In little lumps.
and matter came
out. My baby's skin
was hot, and bow
he did aaffer. Be
wouldn't eat, and
"night after night I
walked the floor
V Ith blra, weak as I
.was. uiten i naa
'to stop because I
felt faint and my
back throbbed with pain. But the wont
pain of all was to tee my poor little
i e "i ui-, burnlne with those nasty nores,
tie pills in the vest pockit is a cer- "y, 7,"( . . . .
ta'n guarantee against hcidache, i!l-(
lousness, torpid liver and it of the .
Ills resulting from constipation. They
tonic and strengthen the liver Sold'
by Tallman & Co,
Annual Meeting of the Inland Empire
Retail Lumbermen, Spokane Wash.,
February 10 to 14.
For the avobe occasion the O. It.
& N. makes a rate of one and one-,
third fare for tho round trip on the
certificate plan. Tickets on sale any
three days prior to tho opening day.
for particulars, call on or address,
E. C. Smith, agent. j
The great anthracite coal strike ni
the coal regions of Pennsylvania
was Inaucuratou on May 12. 1902,
and lasted five months, Involving
H7.000 men. It was settled by a
commission appointed by President
iioosevelt, the miners returning to
work October 2-t.
At last I was persuaded by s. friend
across the street to try the Cutlcura
Remedies. She gave me some Cutlcura
Ointment I think the box wa about
half full and a piece of Cutlcura Soap.
J followed the directions, bathing
Charlie and putting that nice Ointment
on the sores. Little by little, but bo
surely, Charlie and I both got more
peace by day and more sleep by night.
The sores sort of dried up and went
away, and now Charlie Is cured com
pletely." Tea, that fat little boy by the win
dow Is Charlie, and bis akin Is as white
as a enow flake, thanks to the Cutlcura
Remedies. I think everybody should
know about the Soap and Ointment,
and If It Is going to help other mothers
with sick babies, go ahead and publish
what I hare told yon."
Bold tkiMfkMl Ox worU. Cottar. Buoirent.
(la Una at CkMlDa Ctrf Uc iWl .k
Owuu.t, - Do... JJ. IHfoai UKof. CWJ
kM IM) I WrU. i Kw. d U 1 Norton, IS ColawfcJJ
mr Imxi it "ill About im Aru. AttX lUIt."
BIG BLACK SAL1
Three Days of Specials in BLACK GOODS,
Monday, Feb. 1st,
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, and ,
Everything that is Black in our stock will be on sale for the abovel
n.io oMl I - t-i ... nnit mnke & H1'
uajra aiiu unt. (jutes 1CUULCU, VUIII IIlCllwC rigllL I1UW
things you need in black goods of any kind, and come to our
the three days mentioned and you will save money on every item.
Black dress Roods, silks, etc., 20 per cent off
because of their color
Shoes reduced 10 per cent because they are
Rubbers and overshoes, 10 per cent off for
Black shirts, shirtwaists and black ribbons, all
Black suits and overcoats, 20 per cent off from
... . n L Ann
. mm 1
come during this sale and save-
If what you want
per cent over our regular prices,
ways below others' prices
OUR WHITE SALE will
and continue until Saturday mg-
iTn,l.rwear and Corseis m
lines on sale. Watch for our
rr -ft tp. tp a. I &