East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 11, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1904.
EIGHT PAGES.
"Thousands Have Kidney
Trnnhlfi and Ne?er Snsnect if.
now To Find Out. I
Fill a bottle or common glass with yonr M Ay
waicr anil jeiusiuuu iiTcmy-iuur uums ,
a sedinicntorset-tlingindicatesan
q-73 unueauuy con- ;
lyr liition of the kid- , Walla
v if ft Haiti,
your linen it is
evidence of kid- i
nnt -rM,ll.. tnn !
frequent desire
to pass it or pain
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I J JTS.
PENDLETON LEADS
MERCHANTS MEET
HERE TO ORDER SUPPLIES.
in the txicfc is
also convincing proof that the kidneys
and bladder are out of order.
What To So.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the fjreat kidney remedy,
-fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the "urinary passage.
It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the dav, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and oueiollar sizes.
Youmav'havea sample bottle and a
hook that tells all FT'A
About it, both sent free
by mail. Address Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Ding-
1.1 Hit, 1.1 V M'llPM nMMB,RMSB.SL I
writing' mention this paper and don't mer supplies. In bulk, which will be
make anv mistake, but remember the shipped In bulk from the house In
name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and . the east
Walla, La Grande, Heppner,
Milton, Adams, Athena, Weston
and Helix Were All Represented
Here Yesterday Evening Dry.
goods Salesman Makes Pendleton
Central Distributing Point.
As an evidence of the business Im
portance of Pendleton. It Is only
necessary to mention a meeting of
merchants from surrounding towns I
which was held here yesterday after- j
noon. j
Representative merchants from La
Grande, Walla Walla, Heppner,
Athena, Milton. Echo. Weston and j
Helix come here by appointment, tol
meet a salesman from an eastern
dry goods house, and order their
summer goods. In wholesale lots.
Pendleton being centrally located
was selected as the meeting point
for these merchants, to save the ex
pense and delay of having the drum
mer visit all the different cities and
take separate orders.
I The samples were displayed here
, yesterday afternoon, nnd the dif
ferent merchants for 75 miles around
, Pendleton, met and looked over the
stock, and ordered their entire sum-
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
the address, Binghamton, X. Y.
GENERAL NEWS.
A 1.000-ton vessel will carry
000 cargo of Alaskan codfish.
The government of Peru has
no.-
There nre three poluts at which
these merchants' meetings are held,
for the purpose of ordering large
i quantities of goods, in the entire
I Northwest. Portland, Spokane, and
Pendleton, and after these orders are
placed, the different railroads begin
a srramhlf. for th shinmmitK.
cured a loan of J3.000.000 In the Unit- As the interior country settles up,
ed States. I the number of merchants joining in
Within eight months 36 people lhese combination orders becomes
i,nvo mmmitiMi IpM i e tv,. I larger and larger and within a few
clsco with illuminating gas.
Much difficulty Is being experi
enced getting a jury for the second
trial of Mrs. Cordelia Botkin at San
Francisco.
Jockey George Odom will ride the
season of I&04 for James R. Keene.
j years, this gathering will become a
i special feature in the autumn, win
ter add spring In this. city.
The drummer with whom this
meeting was held, carries about 20
of the largest sample trunks and his
baggage resembles a theatrical
troupe coming to town. The mer
Hotel Pendleton,
F. W. Walte, city.
E. C. Daunff, Chicago.
A. W. McKenzlc. Portland.
Ed Kiddy. Island City.
Fred Gerbel. La Grande.
J. R. Morris, v.-.cago.
J. S. King. New York.
.Mrs. Hattte Howninn and family.
Missouri.
G. Clark, Chicago.
Don Davenport, Montana.
F. M. Woods, Lincoln, Neb.
W. O. MlnorT Heppner, Ore.
M. F. Gose, Pomeroy, Wash.
Edwnrd Golden,. Spokane.
H. Jl. Ogden. Portlnnd.
A. N. Gilbert, Salem, Ore."
J. L. Patterson, Salem, Ore.
C. O. Huelet and wife, Heppner.
R. A. Seeds, Spokane.
E. H. Burke, Portland.
J. H. Kloeckuer. Spokane.
H W. Cnmeron, Spokane.
Di. Vinson, city.
D. E. Sanders, Spokane.
E L. Falkenburg, St. Louts.
D. E. Brockbank, San Francisco.
II Schilling. New York.
A. R. Bnrkett. Dinger. Wnsh.
Hotel St, George.
A. L. penny, Portland.
M. E. Smile. Arlington.
U E. Frank. Canyon City.
E. K. Allen, Mllwaukie.
L. F. Thiel, Mllwaukie.
S. A. Jacobs, Hamilton, O.
Frank Sallng, Weston.
E. Jl. Hutchinson, Portland.
Jl. D. Worden. Portland.
Fred Brooker. North Yakima.
J, E. Learned. St. Paul.
Chas. .McBee. Echo.
Henry Noland. Swisshome, Ore.
J. J. Burns. Portland.
R. B. Stnnfielil. Echo.
R. Burns, O. R. &. N. Co.
C. A. Anderson, lone.
THIS WEEK WILL BE ONE OF SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SILKS AT THE FAIR. OUR NEW
SILK WAISTINGS HAVE JUST ARRIVED AND DURING OUR OPENING SALE, CONTINUING ALL
THIS WEEK, THE FOLLOWING PRICES WILL BE IN EFFECT:
36-Inch black, guaranteed Taffeta $1.50, $1.44 and $1.39 yd
27-inch black, guaranteed Taffeta $1.00 yd
27-Inch Pongee Silk . , S5C yd
32-inch Pongee Silk 65c yd
Royal Taffeta, black and colors 75c yd
Embroidered Silks, 4 yard cuts for waists, per pattern $4.25
Crystal cord wash Silks,, 4-yard cuts, per pattern ..... $1.88
Jap Silk, usually sold for 35c, this week only j5c yd
FREE RIBBONS
WITH EVERY PATTERN OF SILK FOR SHIRT WAISTS, WE WILL GIVE A NECK RIBBON TO
MATCH, WORTH TEN PER CENT OF THE VALUE OF THE SILK.
THE FHIR
Pitts-
for $15,000. and two and one-half per chants get reduced prices by order
cent of winnings. jing in combination lots and the
Congressman Geo. W. Craft of drummer saves the great expense of
Aiken. S. C. Is dead at home from ! carrying his baggage over a large
blood poisoning originating In a territory, to make all the outlying
splinter In his thumb. I towns represented.
During the past two weeks 10,000 1
homeseekers have passed through I Georgia Minstrels.
Chicago headed for Kansas. OKtaho- When Richards & Pringle's Fam
ma. Texas and the Southwest in gen- ous Georgia Minstrels appear at the
'a'- Frazer on March 22 the public will
Six laborers were' riding in a car see the most expensive colored show
Hotci Bickers.
A. C. Cleland. St Joe.
-Mrs. J. A. Payton. Salt Lake.
A. J. Swaney and wife, Des Jloines
JIac Watkins, Des .Moines.
A. A. Sears. Boulder. Col.
W M. Schroder and wife.
burg.
J. B. McManus. Pilot Rock.
S. Bogard, Salem.
S. F. Jenkins. Deer Lodge. oJlnt
G. F. .Xufts, Portland.
L. Jl. Watrus. Adams.
G. B. Childs.
F. V. Hagen.
C. Meryers. city.
C. Davis. Portland.
J. S. Cunningham, Portland.
John B. Smith, La Grande.
Ethel J. Galbralth, Elgin.
Grafting the School Boards. meeting. The trouble In these cases
Several of our neighboring school arisen through the purchase of
districts find themselves in difficulty school globes and misrepresentation
'because of a lack of knowledge "J" he agent for the same. In the
among the directors concerning the(f"""e directors would do well to
means to be used in purchasing sup-1 "look a little out." The Dalles
plies. The law forbids directors Chronicle.
contracting for such supplies Individ-'
ually or without the consent of the Work has begun on the big city
entire board, who agree at a legal reservoir at The Dalles.
Woman's
Nature
Government statisticians estimate
that there are IS" tinoiinn Imshpts nf :
last year's wheat crop In the farm-, bottle of druggists.
era uuuus yui, auu aj?.uui,tiuu nusn 1
laden with gasoline near Harrlsburg. ever organized. If any doubts of them's of corn, and 23T.000.000 bushels
Pa. One of them struck- a match tn ! absolute truthfulness of this state- , of oats.
Pa. One of them struck a match to absolute truthfulness of this state-
light his pipe, and now four are dead ment exists It will be forever dis
pelled when the penormance is
! given.
and two badly burned
Two companies of the Fifth IT. S.
cavalry have been ordered to march
nvetland from Fort Iigan. Colorado
to Fort Apache and Huachuca, Ariz
oi.a. a distance of 1,000 miles.
It must be confessed now that
there were doubts in the minds of
the management about their being
able to make the giving of so vast
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The oOO members of a re Islous ! j ' .. , .
sect on Beals Island, near Jones- Li.,iw. . .... ,,, .,c m
TWlft 1A fira lavolnnlni mnnlnnnl '
proclivities very similar to those of
the Holy Rollers of Corvallis. Ore.
The plan to establish a very large
drill and parade ground for regular
army maneuvers near New York city,
has been abandoned on account of
the exorbitant prices asked for land.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Matthew Higgins. an aged logger,
was Instantly killed by attempting to
jump on the fender of a street car
at Vancouver, B. C, Thursday.
The total number of voters now
registered In Portland Is 14,500. or
1.000 less than at this time last year.
It is expected that 25,0uo voters will
be on the books by May 15.
H. J. Hughes, a man aged 65, who
has been missing from his room in
Portland for several days. Is sup
posed to have been murdered. He
had J165 on his person when last
seen.
The police commissioners of Port
land have ordered the city jail fumi
gated every week hereafter, to pre
vent disease, as several cases of
sickness have recently developed
.there.
Mrs. Fritz Myers of Vancouver, B.
C. dragged her little stepson to a
red-hot stove and pressed his hands
on the lids, until they were almost
roasted, for some trivial offense.
Thursday.
The city council of Ballard, Wash
ington, has passed 'an ordinance for
bidding liquor drummers to go from
bouse to house, in canvassing for
orders. Wine salesmen from Seattle
ltecame so numerous that the ordl
nance was passed in self-protection.
The United States court as Spo
kane has forbidden union pickets at
charitable Institutions. The unions
have been boycotting a cheap res
taurant, patronized by the miserably
poor, because the restaurant could
not afford to pay union wages, at the
prices at which meals were served.
not have been profitable, but It was
immensely profitable, and packed
packed houses ruled everywhere.
The program is a lengthy one. and
made up of great variety. The street
parade at noon is a novelty, two
bands In dally parade.
Two Great
SATURDAY
More Riots.
Disturbances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an Individual dis
order of the system. Overwork, loss
of sleep, nervous tension will be fol
lowed by utter collapse, unless a re
liable remedy is Immediately cm
ployed. There's nothing so efficient
to cure disorders of the liver and kid
neys as Electric Bitters. It's a won
derful tonic, and effective nervine
and the greatest all around medicine
for run-down systems. It dispels
nervousness, rheumatism and neural
gia and expels malaria germs. Only
50c. and satisfaction guaranteed by
Tallman &. Co., druggists.
No Dessert
More Attractive
Why use gelatine and
spend houra soaking,
Bweetening, CaToring
-and coining when
Jolf-O
produce better rendu In twn mfntifaf
XverytlihiginthepackaBe. Simply add hot
wderandiKttoeuoL If perfection. Attu.
prtoetotheli&iuewife. Ko trouble, lean ex.
Tm!. Try it tcMUy. In Four Fruit FU.
Toai Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, IW.
berry. At grocer. 10c.
Murray and Mack.
Murray and JIack who come to the
Frazer on March 15, this season
with their latest musical offering "A
Night on Broadway," are winning
new laurels every week. Undoubted
ly they are America's best stage
Irishmen, and their popularity Is
founded on merit and originality.
They have in "A Night on Broadway"
a good comedy which, while unfold
ing a hilarious story, affords ample
opportunities for the introduction of
specialties. The company, number
ing 50 people, is strong musically,
and well supports the able efforts of
the dual stars.
Working Overtime.
Eight hour laws are Ignored by
those tireless, little workers Dr.
King's Now Life Pills. Millions are
always at work, night and day, cur
ing Indigestion, biliousness, constipa
tion, sick headache and all stomach
liver and bowel troubles. Easy,
pleasant, safe, sure. Only 25c t
Tallman Co.'s drug store.
To all of my Friends and Patrons:
I take pleasure in Introducing to
my friends, Drs. L. L. nnd T. H.
White, to whom I have sold my den-
tal business in this city. I thorough
ly recommend the Drs. White as first
class dentists in every respect, and
will esteem it a favor for any of my
patients to place their cases In the
hands of the Drs. White.
Respectfully,
E. A. MANN.
Korea is the size of Kansas, hav
ing approximately 82,000 square
miles. Manchuria Is tho size of Man
itoba, Norm Dakota, South Dakota,
Minnesota and Nebraska, having
362,310 square miles.
Mfm
f A HON D E l
Is to love children, and no
home can be completely
happ3' without them, yet the
3 1 . 1 1 , . i
orucai inrougn wmcn tne ex
pectant other must pass usually is
so full 01 suffering, danger and fear
that she looks forward to the critical
hour with annrehension nnr? rlrarl
Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties,
llays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and
no prepares me sysie.n lor tne
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering, as numbers
have testified and said, "it is
worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per
bottle of druggists. Book containing
valuable information mailed free.
IK MADfllLD REGOLATOB CO., Atlanta, Ge.
Illiuw
All persons knowing
themselves to be in
debted to me will
call and settle their
their accounts as I
need the money,
Conrad Platzoeder
Meat Market
WOOD
FOR SALE
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Mothers
friend
In arln-irt In,. f '
black pine. Dry four-foot wood
. f -' ww.m w . 1 -" 3 -
cenaieion. Address
No. 1700 W. Railroad St jl
I The Oregon Daily Journal can brl
found on sale at Frazier's book itortl
Bargain Days
AND MONDAY
THIS
"Shir-Top"
SKIRT
ciiinliiiit'S absolute novel tv
witli coiniiKui-senae walk
ing skirt. It looks smart 011
any figure. .Made in Che
vititt, .Moliair, Henrietta
Voile. Jleular $10.00.
fan lie linrl in n variety of
eolors
SATCIIDAV and MON
DAY. SPECIAL
$8.50
Silk Waistings
Stuurdny and Monday we will
lilaee on sale about 40, 4 vds
patterns of these pretty wash
silks at your elioiee per pat
tern $1.29
Remarkable
Ribbon Sale
30 pieces 2o 0 and. 12 Satin
and Taffeta Itiblmus Regular
35c and 20c Values
SATURDAY and MONDAY
9c per yard
Kid Gloves
125 pr kid gloves in nearly all. colors
and sizes. Regular Value $1.00 and
81.25. SATURDAY and MONDAY
79c per pair
TORCHON LACES
1,000 yds in all widths worth from 7c
to 15c per vd.
SATURDAY and MONDAY.
3ic per ym4
Silk Remnants
from
200 vanls silk remnant
to 4 vards in a piecd J
Regular Value $100 and $1.25 a J
yard. J
Saturday and Monday wc will J
close out the entire lot at S
49c er yard
Hosiery Specials
For Saturday and Monday,
Five Dozen Regular 35c Cor
don Dye Hose
23c
O. N. T. Lustre Crochet Cotton
in nearly all colore. Saturday and Monday
8 spools for 25c
Shirt, Waist Sets
Saturday and Monday we will self 25 dozen Pearl waist
sets. Regular 15c. 20c and 25c values. Your choice
10c par set
Watch this space for genuine Bargains such as yotf will not find elsewhere
Lee Teutsch's Department Store
CORNER. MAIN AND ALTA STREETS
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