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DAILY EAST ORE QONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1604.
makes pale, thin children fat
and chubby. Overcomes
wasting tendencies and brings
back rosy cheeks and bright
It's surprising how quickly
children respond to Scott's
Emulsion. It contains just
the element of nourishment
their little bodies need. They
thrive on it.
Even a few drops 1'n the
baby's bottle have a notice
able effect for good. Nothing
better than Scott's Emulsion
for growing children.
We'll ien.1 you a (ample free upon request.
SCOTT & HOWNi:, 404 TeJrl Street, Xew YorL
CATTLE ARE BEING FULL
FED FOR EARLY MARKET.
Snowdrifts 15 'anil 20 feet drop In
Xorthcru Indiana nro greatly Imped
ing railroad travel.
In a quarrel over n woman In l.os
Angeles, l.ee Jack shot anil Ulltod
John 11. Kearney. Jack claims self
defense. Thomas I.. James, ex-postmaster-general,
aged 73 years, was nnirrlfd
January 31 In London to Miss Edith
Colbourne. aged 3ft years.
Hugh Stowcll Scott, the novelist,
hotter known as "Henry Seaton
Merrlman," left an estate of $2."0,
500. all earned by writing.
Mount Whitney military reserva
tion in California, has been added to
the Sequoia National Park, and
abandoned for military purMses.
Fifteen hundred non-union coal
miners employed by the Ellsworth,
(Pa.) Coal Company, have gone on
strike against an announced cut in
I.ee DeFord is accused of embez
zling $21,000 of the funds of the Al
tnmont. JIo.. bank. II has been
captured while In hiding at Galla
Within the past week the Uru
guay rebels have made great ad
vances and are now encamped In
formidable force only 12 miles from
Montevideo, the capital.
The government of Colombia has
brought suit In the French courts 1o
enjoin the Panama Canal Company
frem receiving any of the money '.ho
United States proposes to pay it for
canal rights and Improvements.
Miss X. E. Sumner, cashier of a
Michigan avenue. Chicago, restau
rant, refused to "shell out" when
armed hold-up men demanded her
cash and had to bo beaten Into help
lessness before they could rob the
till. They got ?90.
G. W. Llnsner Took Treatment at
Hot Lake Activity In Live
Stock Market Protracted Meet
ing at Gurdane Gurdane has a
New Postmaster Two to Three
Feet of Snow In the Mountains
W. J. Fahrcnwald Is Recoverlny.
A "bunch" of Chinese were arrest
ed at Corvallis, Wednesday, for run
ning a tan-tan game.
The Christian Scientists of Port
land have just purchased a site for
a new $15,000 church.
O. C Whitened:, one of the pio
neers of Ijine county, died Wednes
day, aged 61 yars. He was a vet
eran of the civil war.
There Is estimated to bo 8,000 tons
of barley left In the Columbia coun
ty, Washington, warehouses, out of
a crop of 24,000 tons.
Ernest Papmaul, alias Harry Ma
son, was sentenced to two years in
the penitentiary on Wednesday from
The Dalles, for bigamy.
The effort to raise the salmon li
cense at Cottage Orove from $100 to
$800 per year, failed at a council
meeting, Wednesday night.
Several representatives of the
Japanese government, are now in
nrltlsh Columbia, buying cavalry
horses for the Japanese army,
Tom Daly, a blacksmith at the
Midway groupe of mines, near
Hourne, was accidentally shot In the
leg Wednesday, by the discharge cf
a pistol In his pocket.
Arrangements have been made
for a 20-round match between Jack
Clifford, of Hutte, and Tommy Ma
larky, of Utah, to take place at Bait
Lake City in the near future.
A new city ordinance has been
presented at Colfax, raising saloon
licenses from $000 to $1,000 per
year, and closing all saloons where
Intoxicants are sold at midnight.
Mrs. Frances A IJonbright, form
erly of Portland, expired In her bed
at Tacoma, Wednesday morning,
while in excellent health, and with
out waking her husband, who was
sleeping beside her.
REAL ESTATE : MUST GO,
We are better i prepared than
ever to sliow you a long list of
dexlrable City and Country Prop
erty at low prices.
E. T. WADE & SON
P. O, llox S2i
Phono Jllaelt llll - iOPIoc In K.0, Wilg
Illdge. Feb. 4. Wm. Futter of
Uklah ;.as moved out 30 head if
line beeves to his ranch here. Thme
he is feeding for Immediate markut.
He Is also undergoing a siege of the
O. W. l.lnsner, who took a three
weeks' treatment at the l-i Oruude
Hot Lake, returned home n short
time ago, greatly Improved, yet not
Jas. I.. Hall of Omdane sold to
Hubert Stnnlleld, of Echo, 37 head of
Mrs. Freomont Warner of Pendle
ton. Is nt present visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. P. K. Fletcher.
Itev. (lllibs, n pastor of tho Chris
tlan church of Pendleton, has boon
hohllng a protracted meeting at Our
dane for several nights.
.Mrs. Jas. Davis Is on tho sick
list at present.
Peter Schmidt of Alkali, was here
a few nights ago. visiting his mother
who has been undergoing n siege of
rheumatism. She Is somewhat tin
proved at present.
O. W. and I.. A. l.lnsner have
about GO or 70 head of beeves which
they are feeding for early market.
Jacob Horn, of Uklah, is feeding
about 150 head of beeves that ho
intends to turn onto grass and pre
pare for the early summer market.
There was n line ball at the home
of Frank Chapman on Ilutter Creek,
Friday. Jan. 31. A large attendance
and fine time Is reported by all who
I,. A. l.lnsner made a trip to his
John Day farm a few days ago.
Miss Daiuhrldgo of Oakland, Ore.,
is visiting at tho home of her uncle,
H. W. Whltaker.
Merrll Patrick returned from
Susanville a few days ago. He re
lorts two and three feet of snow on
the mountains between here and
there, but fine weather on the river.
Miss Margret Turner, who had
her arm broken some time ago, is
improving ns fast as could be ex
pected. B. F. Ogle had a two-year-old steer
break Its hind leg close to tho body,
a short time ago. Cause unknown,
hut It Is supposed to have fallen on
a slick hillside, or into a badger
hole while running down nil!.
New Postmaster at Gurdane.
Jas, Marcum has turned over the
Gurdane postoffice to H. C. Nelson,
his successor, .Monday, February 1.
Ill Nearly Three Months.
Wm. I. Fahrcnwald took his firjt
horseback ride Saturday since taken
to his bed with pneumonia about
H. Fearuloy, Portland.
I). C. Uizlor nnd wife, Arllng-
J. Clarke, city.
II. Sill, Portland,
I), Fulton, Portland.
Jucobson, The Dalles.
I. Edwards, San Frnnelsco.
W. Ely. Seattle.
T. Thomas and wife, Echo.
It Shenhard. Spokane.
It, niendenlng, Portlnnd.
A. Seeds, Spokane.
D. Oalley, Portland. ,
I). Ulnker, Spokane.
M. Hell, Spokanu.
A. Ilogors, Spoknne.
J. llninor, city.
C. Mnw. Son Francisco.
E. Duncan, San Francisco,
A. Carlisle, Portland.
F. Clark, Portland.
OPPOSE EIGHT HOUR BILL.
Expected That the Present Con
gress Will Turn it Down.
Washington, I). C, Feb. 4. Or
ganized labor Is vitally Interested
In the Eight-hour Labor hill, which
came up for hearing today beforo
the House Committee on Labor, and
Is fighting heroically on behalf of
the measure, hut from all appear
ances there Is little hope that the
bill will meet any better fate than
tho similar measure defeated at the
last session of congress.
The present measure Is desig
nated to prohibit work on any gov
ernment contract from being prose
cuted more than elKht hours a day,
oven In the shops of suit-contractors.
The National Iltilldlng Trades asso
ciation, which was formed at Chi
cago last fall, is prosecuting a vig
orous fight against the hill and also
against Orosvonor's "Antl-Injunc-lion"
or "Antl-Consplracy" bill now
pending before the House Commit
tee on Judiciary.
Enormous Increase In Seattle Real
Seattle, Feb. 3. Tho lot at the
southeast corner of Second avenue
and Madison street was sold yester
day to tho American Savings Hank
and Truto company for $160,000, or
$2,660 a front foot. The sale of
tho property, 60x120 feet In size, at
that price shows tho remarkablo
manner In which real estate valua
tions nro maintaining themselves in
this city. Samuel Fraiinthal, tho
former owner, bought tho property
In 1887 for $00.
Tho now owners of the property,
who Include Hutte and San Francis
co capitalists, as well as local busi
ness men, will Immediately prepare
plans for a- six story steel office
building to bo erected on the site
to cost more than , j,000.
( Just One Minute.
Ono Minute Cough (Jure gives re
lief In ono minute, because It kills
tho mlcroho which tickloa tho musous
membrane, causing tho cough, nnd
at tho same time clears tho phlogm,
draws out tho lnllammntion and heals
and soothes ho nffectcd pans. Ono
Minute Cough Cure s' ' iigthons tho
lungs, wards oft pnoumonla, and is a
harmless, novor falling euro In all
curable cases of Coughs, Col and
Group. One Minute Cough Cure Is
pleasant to take, narmless and good
alike for young and old. Bold by
Tallman & Co,
Hotel St, George.
William Dunn, Portland,
J. I). Clossnge. Seattle.
0. H. Helder. Athena.
1. M. Hates, Detroit.
William MeKnlght. St. Louis.
Hlaiiche Cnmpliull, Hums.
Will Jnnileson, Weston.
F. It. MeKoo. Davenport.
A. O. Ogelvle, Portland.
Max Jackson, North Ynklnm.
A. II. Stewart. .Michigan.
Harvey L. Hussell. New York.
F. C. Lovell, San Francisco.
Hoy H. Hrudshaw, Portland.
Oeorgo L. Clelland, Ulchmond.
Annie l.elnborg, Portland.
N. U (lilies, l.os Angeles,
It. O. Chapman, Spokane.
C S. Mudy, Echo.
J. S. Cunningham, Portland,
Mrs. J. Hreeden, La Grande.
J. W. Orton, Vancyelo.
It. S. Clark, Hakor City.
W. C. Harr. Waltshurg.
J. II. Hollens, Eugene.
J. A. Nelson, city.
J. M. Swnggart. Athena.
J. Muynough, Spokane.
Mrs. McNowon. California.
August Flllngethofer, city.
.Mi's. McQuowen, California.
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourne,
Fin., writes: "My doctor told mo I
had consumption and nothing could
ho done for me. 1 was given up
to die. The offer of a free trial bot
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for
Consumption, induced me to try it.
Hesults were startling. I am now
on the road to recovery nnd owe all
to Dr. King's Now Discovery. It
Biirely saved my life." This great
cure is guaranteed for all throat and
lung diseases by Tallman & Co.,
druggists. Price 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
Will Develop Southwest.
Chicago, Feb. 3. Hoth tho South
ern Pacific and the Santa Fe have
determined to concentrate their ef
forts during the next few years to
ward the settlement and develop
ment of Texas and the Southwest.
G. W. McKlnney, Immigration agent
for the Hnrrlmau system, will to
morrow start with a party of Chica
go Hoard of Trade men on a trip
through Texas and It is expected
that the result will be an influx of
fresh Chicago capital. A Chicago
company Is now organizing for tho
purpose of acquiring extensive rice
lands In Texas.
Annual Meeting of the Inland Emplro
Retail Lumbermen, Spokane Wash.,
February 10 to 14.
For the avobo occasion the O. H.
& N. makes a rate of ono and one-
third fare for the round trip on tho
certificate plan. Tickets on solo any
three days prior to the opening day.
For particulars, cnll on or address
E. C. Smith, agent.
Nearly Forfeits His Life.
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrlblo ulcer on the leg of
J. 13. Orner, Franklin Orovo, III.,
For four years It defied all doctors
and all remedies, Hut Hucklen's
Arnica Salve had io troublo to cure
him. Equally good for Hums,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions and Plies.
25c at Tallman & Co.'s Drug Store.
Holland Is hard up, and is taking
steps to Impose a stiff tariff upon
many articles, such as cigars and
cigarettes, hitherto admitted duty
Lot us fill your
bin with ....
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most economical fuel.
We are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply, We de
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.
Rheumatism Positively Cured
By Oil and Sweet Spirits of Helen.
iuoney-uacK uoous. A. U. KUHl'l'HN &
nitOS,, Sole Agents for Pendleton.
The Oregon Dally Journal can he
found on sale at Frazlar'a bocU store
creates the nobby fit Kauff- HKg0BkSflK5S3!H
mann garments are and draped f9Bfe2iiKt2lBwiH
by CUSTOM Hirh-priced vHIHlHM
nun who 9
will scientifically measure you Mll
THE AMERICAN TAILOR '"';
Chicago, U. S. A.
guarantees the fit and satisfaction,
IN REAL ESTATE
880 acres, all fanctul; good well; 244 foot dei'p,
windmill; engine; land all broke but 70 acres.
400 acios crop. Halance to be summer fallowed.
Three-roorn house- Cistern, 10x20 feet, built on
Machine shed, 14x40 feet.
Barn, 14x40 feet.
Wheat shed, 12x20 feet.
Adams County 9 miles of N. 1. R. K. Down
C. W. CRABILL
Connell . . . Wash.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE !
A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME TO GET A
PIANO and ORGAN AT COST!
Closing-out Sale of my entire stock of Rugs, Art
Squares, Portiers, Lace Curtains, Matting, Fine
Pillows and Feathers, Pictures and Frames, All
must go regardless of cost. Call and see.
You can geL a fine Velvet R.UC, 9x12, for $20.00 j worth $27.00
You can get. a fine Axmiiuter RUC, 9x12, for $22.50 j worth $30.00
JESSE FAILING, 901 Main St.
Near the Bridge
For 'eale at the East Oregonlan office Large bundl of newspaper,
ontalnlng over 100 big paper, can be had for 26c a bundle.
low wages, W Id.7
Tlintimuids bn7 i Iul
Wucan truii, vnnf.'PUi
"mi ut small ccXt t' "'We til
o i-uauions: i
Window reCry C.w vJ
Or call on our lent . I
the. T If'. nrn.J'r.I'P'ii
I'endMon. n ' "'"it
LET US SUPPLY
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lug, Ihilldliu; ami Tr hi
Bring Your Bill toll
Get Our Figure!
Grays' Harbor Con
Opp. W: & C. R. Dtpi
That pay their losl
stand at the head oftM
Hartford Kire JuBUranctU
Alliance Atwurunce Co. ....
Loudon & Lancashire ft j
IiiHUrauce Co I
North British & JlercJUtikl
Royal Intiurance Co., .
FRANK B. CM
U2 EAST C0URI
Will meet the lowest
MEAT when MlesckeJ
found' on a". Fri"
BIG BLACK SAL!
Thee 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 above!
days and the prices reduced. Commence rleht now and maKea ji
things you need in black goods of any kind, and come to our store
me mree uays mentioned and you will save money on every
Black druss Roods, silks, etc., 20 per cent ofl
because of their color
Shoes reduced 10 per cent because they are
Rubbers and overshoes, 10 per cent off for
Black shirts, shirtwaists and blaclc ribbons, all
Bluck suits and overcoats, 20 per cent off from
If what you want is -
come during this sale and Is w J
per cent over our regular i"
wnva hlow others' prices
OUR WHITE bAivC y
; .....!! Saturday I'ie'1''
..1 rnets Wl"l
Muslin Underwear anu
lines on sale. Watch for or
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