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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1904.
Tremendous Mat k-Down
Special Sale of Ribbons
Four days" sale Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Why pay more for ribbons when the same can be purchased here
at a saving in prices and quality. Come In and get acquainted with
our wonderful ribbon bargains. It will more than pay you. Our rib
bons are guaranteed pure silk.
No. 2 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 4 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 5 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 7 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 9 SaUn Taffeta Ribbons.
No. 12 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 16 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 22 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 30 SaUn Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 40 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 60 Satin Taffeta Ribbons,
Alexander's Department Store
Use Madam Vaughn's Celebrated Clara Pura Complexion Beautifiers
Clara Pura Face Wash, $2. Clara Pura Skin Food, 75c.
Clara Pura Face Powder, 75c. Clara Pura Complexion Brushes. $1.
Largo packages forwarded by mail or express without additional
expense. AGENTS WANTED.
301-2 McKay Building, 3d and Stark Sts, Portland, Oregon.
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS.
As a slight break may end in a great
catastrophe. Better send your vehi
cles to Neagle Bros, and have neces
sary repairs m de as soon as they
are apparent. Our prices are rea
sonable and low and our workmen
ship first-class in all respects, and
small repairs are Just as cheerfully
looked after as complete renovation.
Winona wagons and buggies are the
best. We sell them.
JIEAGLE BROS., THE BLACKSMITHS
8:ver Gasoline Engine"-Sdfe and reliable
Well ventilated, neat and com
fortable rooms, good beds. Bar
in connection, where best
goods are served.
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
F. X. SCHEMPP
Let us fill your
bin with ....
ROCK SPRING GOAL
j Recognized as the best
and most e onomical fuel.
k 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.
Residence and office Despain
Block. Phone Red 1581
Our specialty Painless Filling
No. 2 all silk Teffeta Ribbons,
No, 3 all silk Taffeta Ribbons, ..
No. 5 all silk Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 7 all silk Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 9 all silk Taffeta Ribbons,
No. 12 all silk Taffeta Ribbons
No. 16 all silk Taffeta Ribbons
No. 22 all silk Taffeta Ribbons
No. 40 all silk Taffeta Ribbons
No. 50 all silk Taffeta Ribbons
No. 60 all silk Taffeta Ribbons
, 30c yd.
MAKE YOUR MARK
IN THE WORLD
Don't be satisfied to move
along in the same old way for
low wages. We cau help you
carve out a successful career.
Thousands have increased their
salaries by following our plan.
We can train you in spare time
and at small cost for any of the
following positions :
Mechatlcnl, Klcctrlcnl. Steum,
or Civil Unslneer, Electrician.
Surveyor. Architect. Irft
ruii n. Uookk.frper, Bteooitrph
er, Teocher. Bhow Curd Writer
Window Dreaner, or Ad. Writer
Or call on our local representa
tive, T W. Bracking, 127 Lee street
Not an ordinary article, but
something extraordinary Is
For medicinal use as well as
for salads and table use.
This is the highest quality
and purest oil made.
Sold exclusively in Pendleton
Despain & Clark
A pleasant place to spend
your spare time.
And other Pastimes
MUSIC EVERY EVENING
Basement, under ,W. &
C. R. Depot
Should have that best ol
DRY and FINE, that
you will find with
P. P. COLLIER!
IDAHO EXPERIMENTING WITH
PURE KEROSENE OIL.
It Exterminates the Aphis, But Must
Be Used With Care to Prevent
Damage to the Young Shoots
Aphis Can Be Killed During Win.
ter Months When Trees Are Bare.
Owing to the incrcaso of fruit
pests In some parts of Idaho, tho ag
ricultural experiment station of that
state Is making extensive experi
ments In the manner of destroying
the different kinds oi insects and
pests that are being Imported into
In the northern counties of tho
state, the apple aphis has greatly in
creased during tho past two years,
and not very many fruit districts are
now free from It. Out of tho many
districts represented In the Idaho ex
hibit, at the Ogden Irrigation Con
gress, but one was free from the va
rious kinds of fruit pests, and that
was Mann's creek, which won the
cup, hidden away in tho high moun
tains, and separated from the other
Settled localities by a slage route of
almost a day's drive.
Wherever the railroads touch and
fruit Is shipped extensively, the pests
are present and young orchards are
being, closely guarded to prevent in
The Idaho experiment station be'
lleves that winter spraying of fruit
trees will kill the aphis, as the in'
sect is said to spend the winter on
the bark of the trees, where It can
bo reached by the fluid, very sue
cessfully, after tho leaves fall from
According to Eastern orchnrolsts
the aphis has two distinct foods, one
grain and grass tho other tho tree.
It is claimed the aphis is actually
carried from the trees to the wheat
stalks and grass by ants, in the
month of June, and after being nur
turcd on uie suculent stalks , until
about the middle of September, the
aphis Is again transported from the
stalks of grass back to the trees by
the ant, where they remain during
the winter months, and here the eggs
are laid ready to be hatched in the
The Idaho station will try winter
spraying, with a view to killing tho
unhatched eggs, wii.le on the bare
bark and in the crevices of the trees.
Experiments were tried with pure
kerosene oil, one-third kerosene and
two-thirds water ana one-fifth kero
sene and four-fifths water. With the
pure kerosene spraying fluid many
shoots of the trees were killed, but
no eggs hatcned. With the one-
It Is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
The showlni; of ladles' watc-hes is
more than usually interesting. We
hnvo nrtripri a larzo number of new
designs and new styles to our al
ready large assortment. Whero mere
Is so much beauty and merit a choice
may be difficult, but prices will help
to a selection.
LADIES' WATCH E8 from C up.
warranted movement in renauio zu
year case, J 15.00.
Jeweler and Optician
LET US SUPPLY YOU
DIMENSION LUMBER OK
II descriptions. Bash,
Doors, Blinds, Mould
ing, Building and Tar Pajier.
Bring Your Bill to Us and
Get Our Figures,
Grays' Harbor Com. Co.
Oyp. Wt C. R. Det,
third mixture of kerosene, tho foli
age nor limbs of tho trees woro
neither Injured in the least, but
many of the aphis eggs hatched out.
With tho third solution or tho one-
fifth koroseno opraylng fluid tho
foliage waa normal and tho treo very
thrifty, but many of tho limbs wore
covered with clusters of the live In
sects, within a few days after the
While tho puro kerosene Is some
what dangerous to a weakly treo, 11
Is certain death to tho aphis, and
will penetrate to the remotest crev
ice, whero the eggs are deposited.
With a strong healthy treo, four
years old or over, thero Is no danger
of Injuring the tree, nor tho crop of
fruit, although many of tho tender
shoots may be retarded, and tho
foliage uneven. The utmost enro is
needed to spray successfully with
this, and the spraying must be done
just before tho buds burst out.
MUST SPRAY TREES.
Horticultural Commissioner Will Re
visit Umatilla County to See That
the Law Is Observed.
Jtidd Goer, horticultural commis
sioner for Kastern Oregon, who was
In Umatilla county recontly. In tho
Interest of the orchards, nnd who
left strict orders for tho laws enforc
ing spraying to bo observed, will re
turn soon, to sec what progress hns
been mnde In fighting tho pests, and
to enforce the lnw to tho letter.
Owing to the growing orchard area
of Umatilla county and the largo
amount of fruit shipped out of this
district, the commissioner wishes to
rid every orchard In tho county of
every species of pes.s that Infests I'
As tho fruit shipped out of a stnto
establishes the reputation of the
state In the markets abroad, Mr.
Geer Insists that nothing but the
best grade of fruit bo sent out, nnd
to bring about this result, ho says
that orchards must be rid of scalo.
aphis and other pests.
Tho law regulating tho spraying f
orchards was published in tho Euht
Oregonlan several weeks ago, and
Mr. Geer wishes to know if orchard
Ists are obeying It strictly.
TURNED HOSE ON PICKETS.
Union Men Get a Good Soaking While
on Boycotting Duty.
A .thorough sousing was meted out
to a red-haired waiter and his col
league by Engineer Franz of tho On
dawa Inn shortly beforo noon today,
says the Spokane Press. Tho trou
ble all grew out of tho differences
between Captain McClelland, man
ager of the inn, and tho cooks and
Some time ago the captain ills
charged all his union help and put
on non-union people. Tho Inn wus
put on the unfair list by tho union
and this morning the boycott was put
In force, two men being stationed at
the front door of tho Inn to urge upon
hungry humanity that It buy else'
And then something happened
Swish! And then Eorae more of tho
same and the luckless sentinels woro
lifted from their feet by tho forco of
a stream of water from tho nozzlo
of a hose held in the grasp of tho
Tho bold sentries were ducked and
soaked to the skin nnd after facing
the stream liko a Russian soldier
faces a Jap they turned and fled in
disorder. Tho retreat was watched
by a great crowd. Hut the sontlnols
returned to their posts ngaln and aro
now holding forth at tho old stun'
and exhorting tho hungry ones to
steer clear of Ondawa Inn.
HER BIRTHDAYS SCARCE.
Spokane Girl Has But One Birthday
Party In Eight Years.
Miss Corn I'owoll, daughter of Dr.
rowel!, hasn't had a birthday for
eight yi-ars. She Is "0 years of ngo
this, tho 29th of February. She la
now visiting friends In Portland, Or.,
says tho Spokano Press.
Tho last birthday Miss Powell had
was In 1896.
Kho was born In leap year, but In
1900 there was no Irnp year and 110
Fobrunry 29, consequently shn mlsS'
ed a birthday, Shu only has ono
every four years as a rule, but in or
dcr to equalize tho daya and nights
the whole century round It Is neces
sary to slp leap year every 100
years. Such was tho caso lu 1900.
Miss Cora Poweu Is now celebrat
ing her belated birthday In Portland,
and It should bo Just eight times
more auspicious to her than 1I10
birthday of tho average porson.
Notice to Contractors.
ejalcd proposals will bo received
at the oiHco of T. F. Howard, archi
tect, room 17 Judd building, up to
ten o'clock, March 10th, 1904, for tho
erection and completion of a two
story frame cottage, with stono base
ment for William I, Sturgls, accord
ing to plans and specifications now
on fllo In tho office of too architect
Tbo right is roserved to rojoct any
and all bids for tho work.
February 25, 1904.
Cold Cause Pneumonia.
One of tho most rcmarkablo cases
of cold, deep-seated on tho lungs,
causing pneumonia. Is that of Mrs.
Gertrude 14, Fcnner, Marion, Ind.,
who was entirely cured by tho uso
of One Minuto Cough Cure. Bug sayn:
"Tbo coughing and straining so weak,
cned mo that I ran down in weight
from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a
number of remedies to no avail until
I used Ono Minuto Cough Cure. Four
bottles of this wonderful remedy
cured me entirely of the cough.
strengthened my lungs and restored
mo to my normal weight, health and
strength." Sold by Tallman & Co.
Tho Jews of Portland all celebrat
ed tho Feast of Purlm March 1.
NEW POWER PLANT
WILL BE BUILT NEAR THE
MOUTH OF GRAND RONDE.
is to Furnish Electric Power and
Light for an Immente Territory
Is Expected to Be of Immense Ben.
efit to Lewlston Eastern Capital
Will Build It.
The Wallowa Enterprise, speaking
of tho plans of the lewlston Water
& Power Company to erect an enor
mous power plant near tho mouth of
tho Grand Hondo river to furnish
light to Lewlston, Asotin nnd other
Snake river points, says;
B. H. Llbby of Lowlston, presi
dent of the Lewlston Water &. I'owor
Co., In which Charles Francis Adams
and other capitalists of HosUm aro
Interested, has gone East to complete
arrangements for tho Installation of
nn Immense water power nnd elec
tric plant near tho mouth of tho
Grand Hondo river
It Is tho plan of tho company to
furnish electricity for lighting nnd
power purposes In Lowlston, Asotin
and many other towns In Northern
Idaho and Eastern Washington nnd
Oregon. Tho company also hos in
view tho building of n street railway
In Lewlston nnd It Is generally con
ceded that this company Is tho
prlnio mover In tho proposed building
of nn olectrlc railway from Lewlston
Into other pnrls of Noz Perco county,
lllg corporations do not shout tholr
plans from tho house tops, but tho
peoplo of Wallowa county and Kn
lei prise In particular will awnko
some morning nnd recognize that
that they aro on tho map in box car
letters. Tho Lewlston Water &
Power company Is a broad-gauged
and far-seeing corporation that U
Identified with tho particular Inter
of the town of 1-ewlston.
If Lewlston prospers nnd becomes
ono of tho wholesnlo centers nnd dis
tributing points of tho Northwest, tho
Lewlston Wutor & Power Co. will
prosper accordingly. Hence this
compnny In Its galaxy of .plans for
tho welfare of Lewlston has not,
overlooked tho drawing of tho entire
trade of Wallowa county to that city.
And what could ho more eaBlly
dono when this electric power plant
Is established at tho mouth of tho
Grande Hondo thnn lo build nn elec
tric lino up tho Grnndo nondo to tho
mouth of Mud creek nnd down Trout
creek to Enterprise, completely nnd
thoroughly tapping tho entlro coun
ty? Such a move would complotoly
change tho wholesnlo trading busi
ness of Wallowa county from Port
land to Son Francisco to Lewlston
nnd Spokane, principally to Lowis
ton. Eastern capital Is also building
somo largo saw mills nt Lewlston and
who enn say but whnt thoy have had
their eyes on tho Immenso body of
timber on olther sldo of tho proposed
route up Mud creek. Kntorprlso ah
too nnturnl terminus of such a rood
will go ahead with leaps nnd hounds
fpr beyond tho expectations of tho
Laying nslilo tho local nsncct of it.
It Is very ovldont that such n movo
on tho pnrt of tho big lewlston cor
poration soon heromns of vory gront
momont to two largo railroads nys
temn. At present tho hulk of tho
shipments out of nnd Into Wallowa
county nro over tho Hnrrlmnn lines,
whllo tho building of this llttlo lino
of rond will throw nlmnst tho ontlro
commerce of tho rounty to tho Hill
lines, or If tho O, It. & N. builds
from Hlpnrln to I owlston It would
put tho two railroad systems In com
petition, much to tho honellt of Wtl
All persons knowing themselves
Indebted to W. T. Iloynton will kind
ly call and settlo at onco, as I noed
tho monoy, W, T. HOVNTON.
Tho socialists of Josophlno county,
Oregon, will put a full ticket In tho
field this year.
Why iiw) gclallno und
j!cnil hour soaking,
and coloring when
produces bettor rutulto in two mlnuteaf
Everything in tho paclciigu. tilrnply add hot
water unIfct to cool. Jl'a perfection. Auur.
prise to the housewife, No trouble), Una uz
penac. Try It Uwlay, In Four Fruit Fla
vors! Lemon. Orange, Strawberry, Haap
Terrv At irowr lite.
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attnl on glvn and all
worn euttd proptrly
Blcotrleal Suppllii of all kind
OFFICB-121 WBST COUHT ST.
AH person knowing
themselves to be in
debted to me will
call and settle their
their accounts as I
need the money,
K. J. Taylor, Lcraco and Mgr.
Telcphono Main 41
One Night Only
Thursday, March 3
Prices Mo toH'.OO
r?rnts on sale Tuetdny, 10 n. in.
One Night Only
FRIDAY, MARCH 4
HAND AND OKUHK8TKA.
Prices Mo, 50o and 7fio
HeaU on fale Wednesday, 10 a. in.
Sars aparilia J
The Spring Tonic
Tones up tl e system, clean
ses tho liver and kidneys,
purifys the blood, builds up
and strengthens the nervous
system and imparts new life
to tho body. The best
remedy made for Catarrh
For Sale by
Brock & McComas Go
I lint pay their losses
i prompt!) . Our companies
stand al the head of tliclist.
Hartford Kit. litHiiranc Co.12,2oU,078
Alliance A wuiiilirc Co.. .. 20,039,963
London A I.itiiiimlilre Fire
Insurance Co 3,644,083
North llrltl-h A Mercantile
Itoy&l IiiMUraiicc C 22,807,153
FRANK B. CLOPTON
tt2 EAST COURT ST.
Best 26 cent Heal in the City
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
633 Main Street
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF AH KINDS
Good taktn best of cart of. Lun
order at TeutsctT. Tboao Mala JST1.