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DAILY EAST ORE (IONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEPRUARV 6, 1904.
A LINGERING COUGH
The cough that holds on
in spite of all remedies needs
energetic and above all thor
ough treatment. A mere
cough mixture won't do.
Root out the cold that causes
How? Scott's Emulsion.
Why Scott's Emulsion ?
Kecause it stops the irrita
tion, soothes the tissues and
heals the affected membranes.
When? Right away.
Scott's Emulsion begins to
help with the first dose.
WVTl tend you a umple tree upon reqaett.
SOarr & UOWNE, a&) Prl Sircil, New YV.
Mm Harkor urn! wife liavo been
found timrilorcil nl Klverton. Nub.
IMrltor's brother Knuil;, Is under ar-
fiunerul John C. lilnck, commander
the G. A. It., Is seriously III at
Washington, I). C. principally from
uervnus collapse from overwork.
A 2-year-old baby boy fell out ;t
1 suconil-story window- at Livingston,
3CanLr alighting upon a stone pave
ment. H feet below, and was abso
Commercial bodies of San Fran
tssco are trying to have pneumatic
xialT tubes introduced In that city
j expedite collection and delivery
rf mall matter.
James Smith, a wealthy Brooklyn
nan, a church member and highly
respected, has been detected hand
"ifcglave with a finely organized gang
tt coin counterfeiters.
The natural supply of platinum ill
lie United States Is decreasing vorv
TtpfillyS Practically the only hope
cf a fresh supply is from recent un
foveloped discoveries in Central and
Chief Two Feathers, of British
Columbia, Is looked upon as the
umiing world's champion wrestler.
ile lately threw the two white chaci
ions of Canada at one bout, with
x snort rest between clinches.
The First Methodist church of
Siwkanc has 1.S0O members, being
the third largest membership of any
Jlethodlst Episcopal church in the
United States. Its pastor for two
and a half years past has been Dr.
A. ft. Lambert, leader of the anti
Theodore Adams, a son of well-to-do
parents, Is in Jail at Butte, for a
rries of burglaries, extending over
A skillful forger using the name of
J. E. Bonnell, a prominent contrac
lor. defrauded Tacoma business men
out of ?20Q Friday.
Legal action has been taken
gainst several dairies hi the heart
"Jie residence dlstr'.ct of Walla
Ttfallif The unbearable odor is said
to cau s'ckttess.
An ar1fioJaC lake In Lincoln Park.
Tacoma, 'Mf been drained by the
work of bT vers, which have under
ulntjd the woodwork of the dam and
jermltted the water to escape,
H. W. Gardner, a prominent street
tar conductor of Tacoma, died Fri
day of blood poisoning, contracted
fcy rubbing a brass railing on his car
against a fever soro on his Up.
Mrs. Ellen Allen, of Seattle, who
tilled Mrs. Laura Graham last No--fember
In that city, for despoiling
her home and alienating her hus
band's affections, was acquitted by
the jury Friday.
James M. Walters, bellboy of the
Colonial hotel, San Francisco, ad
mits the theft of $10,000 worth of
diamonds from Baroness Radzlwcll,
who was a guest of that "hostelry a
few weeks ago.
The city council of Ashland has
passed an ordinance against tho use
of slot machines, Owners had been
paying 5 per month flues, but tho
new council has done away with tho
The state board of agriculture will
meet at Salem on Monday. February
8, to make preliminary arrangements
for tho state fair, to be held next
September. Part of the speed pro
gram will be arranged at that time.
Alexander Jlorrisoy, of Turtle
IUver, Mont., narrowly escaped be
ing torn to pieces by a pack of IB
wolves Friday. Ho slew several of
them with an ax and mado his eB
capo from the remainder of tho pack
by climbing a small tree. Two
hounds with him were hilled and
taten by tho hungry wolves.
NIP IT IN THE DUD.
First Appearance of Daiidruff a Fore
runner of Future Ilaldneni.
That such is the case has been con
clusively proven by scientific research.
ITof. Unna, the noted European akin
specialist, declares that dandruff is tho
turrowed-up cuticle of tho scalp, caused
ty parasites destroying tho vitality in
the hnlr bulb. The hair becomes lifeless,
and, In time, falls out. This can be pre
vented. Newbro's Iferplclde kills this dandruff
nerm, unci restores tho hair to Us natural
softness and obundancy.
HerplcMe Is now useit by thousands of
peoplo nil satisfied that it Is the most
wonderful hair preparation on tho mar
Sold by leading druggists. Bend 10c. In
fctnmps for sample to Tho llerplclde Co.,
F. VV. Schmidt, special agent.
C, PLANTS SEVERELY
ILL WITH PNEUMONIA.
Severe Case of Rheumatism
School Has Closed on Couse
Creek W, A. Dannlster Has
Returned From Missouri Infant
Died From Pneumonia Wood,
men are Experiencing Revival,
and Hold a1 Social.
Milton, Feb. 5. Miss l.eln Sam
uels who has been hero visiting with
Air. nud Mrs. .). U Frazler, lert Tues
day for Dayton, In response to n
message announcing the Illness of
Miss Itltu Ituders, of Walla Walla
has been the guest of Mrs. H. L.
Conloy Plants Is unite 111 of pneu
nionln, nnd Is under the care of Dr.
.1. II. Kennedy-
Miss Florence Stevenson has gone
to Walls Walla for a visit.
Mrs. Anna Forsytho Is suffering
from an attack of rheumatism and
Is confined to her room.
Miss Bertha Long has just com
pleted a term of school on Couse
Creek and yesterday departed for
her home at Pomeroy.
W. A. Hnnnlstor returned this
morning from Missouri, where he
went several weeks ago to see his
father, who was injured by a fall.
When -Mr. IJannlster loft, his father
was greatly Improved.
-Mrs. D. C. Sanderson took her de
parture this morning for her home
at Pomeroy after a two weeks' visit
here. .. ,
0. A. Cowl arrived home from a
ten days' hunting expedition.
I-ast night A. W. Connett, an or
ganizer of the Woodmen of the
World, delivered an address to n
large audience In the I. O. O. F.
hall. After the address a social
time was indulged in.
Death From Pneumonia,
The Infant child of Mr. nnd .Mrs.
H. I.. Archer died Tuesday night of
pneumonia, and was burled Wednes
day. Hev, U. W. EaK'en conducted
the funeral services at 'he home
Have You Indigestion?
If you have Indigestion, Ko'dtM
Dyspepsia Cure will cure you. It
has cured thousands. It Is curing
people every day every hour You
owe It to yourself to give it a trial.
iou will contimm to suffer until you
do try It. There is no other com
bination of digestants that digest
and rebuild at the same time. Kodol
does both. Kodol cures, strengthens
Sold by Tallman & Co.
LOST HIS HOME.
N. B. Johmon's New Farm House
Destroyed by Fire.
Tho now dwelling of Nels P. John
son at his foothill farm two miles
southeast of Weston was totally de
stroyed by fire, with all Its contents,
between one and two o'clock yester
day morning, says tho Weston
Two little boys and a baby were
In the house, besides the parents,
and one of the boys had to jump
from a second story window In ordor
to escape." Mr. Johnson's other five
children were at Weston attending
school. Mr. Johnson got out with
nothing to wear save his under
clothes; and had to borrow outer
garments from a neighbor, 11. Wad
dingham, at whose house the home
less family wero Teceivcd. Mrs.
Johnson saved nothing from her
wardrobe except a thin wrapper, In
which she escaped.
Escaped an Awful Fate.
Mr, II. Ilagglns of Melbourne,
Fla., writes: "My doctor told mo I
had consumption and nothing could
be done for me. I was given up
to die. Tho offer of a free trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Induced roe to try It.
Results wero startling. I am now
on tho road to recovery and owe all
to Dr. King's Now Discovery. It
surely saved my life." This great
cure Is guaranteed for all throat and
lung diseases by Tallman & Lo,
druggists. Price 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free,
POLITICS AT ATHENA.
City Ticket Nominated to be Voted
on March 8.
Tho following ticket ha3 been
nominated by a non-partisan mass
meeting at Athena, to be voted upon
at the annual election on March 0.
Mayor, David Taylor.
Councllmen. T. J, Kirk, C. A. Bar-
rett, O. W. dross, P. O. Ilogers, Dr.
A. U. Stone.
Recorder, O. O. Chamberlain,
Treasurer, David Williams.
For mayor, Mr. Taylor's selection
was a renomlnatlon, nnd ho is tho
present Incumbent. Ho was chos'
en by acclamation. Thompklns,
Chamberlain nnd Williams wero also
nominated by acclamation. There
wero slight contests over tho other
We offer One Hundred Dollars Iteivard
for any caiu of ent&rrb tint cannot be
cured by liairs caiarrn uure.
V. J. OIIUNHV 4 CO., 1'rops., Toledo, O.
Wp. thA iinriertflvneri. have knuwn V J,
Cheney for the last in years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any ooilxations maue uy lueir nrui.
WENT & TIlUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
WAMHNQ. KtNNAN & MAItVIN. Whole.
sale Druggists, TOieuo, u.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
scllnir directly UDon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. 1'rlce 70c per
bottle. Hold by all druggists, Testimonials
Hall's ITamlty Tills are the best.
1). Davenport, Montunn.
C. E. Selvage, Louisville.
0. S. Youngmnn, Portland.
K. B. Coniun, Portland.
A. Oppenlielmer, San Francisco.
Paul Ollmore nnd wife. Now York
F, .11. (larrlsou, Cleveland.
J." Brunswlger, Chicago.
.1, S. Onrnee, Portland,
.1. F. Clarke, Portland.
II. K. Hellls, Cincinnati.
C. U. Cook, Portland.
.1 A. minor, San Francisco.
K, L. Hart, St. Louis.
IV. E. Newton, Seattle.
D. McKay, San Francisco.
S. Pelser, San Francisco.
1. 11. Kit Inge, Itochostor.
W II. Drake. Seattle.
William Maker, Portland.
C. .11. Smith, Portland.
W. M. Fltzgerahl, Portland.
W. .1. Moore, Spokane.
IV. 1). Marks. Spokane.
S. A. Frans, Spokane.
J. 1..' Baker. Chicago.
A. Blnnard. Kansas City.
A. It. rirunt. Portland.
I. K. Levy, San Francisco.
William Ulmnary, Dayton,
J. J Clellnnd, Portland.
II. Hamilton, Eaton Rapids.
P. Knbyrk, Eaton Itnplds.
C. E. Bade, Portland.
IV. H. A. T. Wallace, Portland,
(i. D. fliilley. Portland.
II. F. Slnshclmor, Portland,
W. H. aiendcnlng, Portland.
Hotel St. George.
Thomas II. Shannon, Chicago.
A. M. Hamlin, St. Louis.
It. C .ludson, Portland.
J. P.' Corent. Seattle.
C II. Keldel, Now Alaska.
Newton Philips, San Francisco.
C. H. I.oinroy. Adams.
H. A. Weiss, Portland.
Max Jackson, North Yakima.
IV. S. Sterling, Portland.
.William Fitzgerald, Portland.
W. J. Heany, Chlc;iso, . .
-lint II. Moscrovo, Milton.
M. E. Callurllng.
W. II. Cnthermait, Echo, -
C. L. Downer, Spokane.
(Jeo. H. Sutherland, Wnlla Walla.
Bert Wiley and wife. Walla Wnlla.
Charles T. Sears, Chicago.
E. U .Marten, Portland.
Julian M Kessler, New York.
A. W. Hall, Spokane.
Howard II. Hogan, Chicago.
George Lousa. Butte, Mont.
Hotel Bickers, '
D. P. lllcks and family, Weston.
I). Nichols, Crass Valley.
J. T. Knnls.
Harris Walker, Helix.
U. C. Ileeder, Nye. .
V. Itomngoux, Nye. N
M. Ileeder, Oiirdanc.
C. W. Orton, Vancyclc,
llenj. Mathews, Portland.
.1. T. Thoroy, Caldwell. , . -
It. N. Adams, city.
George D. Cioodhuc. Portland.
W. H. Johnson. Walla Walla.
-Miss Nora Totliunter, La CI ramie.
C. H. Hartwell, Halter City.
.Mrs. I.ctherman, John Day.
K. H. Hunt, city.
.Mrs. W. Martin, Pendleton.
II. L. Smith.
.Miss .May McConncll,
All persons knowing themselves
Indebted to W. T. Iloynton will kind
ly call and settle at once, as I need
the money. W. T. IIOYNTON.
Wo have some propositions in
real estate which are wortli your
time to investigate. Como In nnd
talk them over with us.
E. T. WADE & SON,
Ofllcc In E. O. Hulldlng. 'Phono
Hlack, 1111. P. O, Box 321.
All persons knowing
themselves to be in
debted to me will
call and settle their
their accounts as I
need the money.
I Conrad Platzoeder J
A Carnegie Library
ENDI,ETON lias not been favored ly Andrew Carnegie in
his contiibutions to establish libraries, but it has what
t is far more valuable, more
date. It has
Frazier's Circulating Library
Which places within the reach
best books, including all of the
as soon as they arc issued.
Our circulating library is conducted on the simplest plan
imaginable. No initiation fee or membership dues, all you
have to do is to select the book you desire to read and pay
25 cents for reading it. Any book in our immense collection
is at your command. By our circulating library you read all
the late books and keep up with the times at a very small I
expense. Some books are to bo bought to be read and kept, f
but the most the reading of them suflices.
Some of the new books ready for you to read are:
THE CALL OF THE WILD
UNDER THE ROSE
THE MAIN CHANCE
THE FILUGREE HALL
Friendship greetings, rentbrances to those you hold dear,
and comic valentines. Our selection of valentines is the
brightest, freshest, prettiest, neatest, swellest and most
original of the year. All 1904 designs.
Frazier's Book Store
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IN REAL ESTATE
880 acres, all fenced; good well, 244 feet deep,
windmill; engine; land all broko but 70 acres.
400 acres crop. JJalance to bo summor fallowed.
Three-room house- Cistern, 10x20 feet, built on
Machine shed, 14x40 feot.
Barn, 14x40 feot.
Wheat shed, 12x20 feot.
Adams County, 9 miles of N. P. It. R. Down
C. W. CRABILL
LEGAL BLANKS L?L0:Z
tloptse of them. A foil supply
D1U DLAIIV OAb
Thxez Days of Specials in BLACK GOODS,
Monday, Feb. 1st,
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Everything that is Black in our stock will be on sale ion..
days and the orices reduced. Commence ricrht now and make a
things you need in black
the three days' mentioned
Black dress goods, silks, etc., 20 per cent off
because of their color
Shoes reduced 10 per cent because they are
Rubbers and overshoes, io per cent off for
- three days
Black shirts, shirtwaists and black ribbons, all
Black suits and overcoats, 20 per cent off from
convenient and more up-to- t
of all the citizens, all of the ;;
popular works of the day just
1 1 i
always kept In stock.
goods of any kind, and come io uui
and you will save money on every iiem
per cent over our regular p"'"'
mi,o lmlnw others' prices
Muslin Underwear -
lines on sale. Watch for oat
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