East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 11, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    Special bale
Suits Lly JC-X" opeciai
Friday and Saturday.
$10.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $ 80
$12 00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $9.60
$,.0O TAILOR MADE SUITS $12.00
$18.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS $14.40
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$30.00 TAILOR Muc ouno
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CLEAR HAVANA!Hggj-l
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY. BSfiEfejS?
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP. SKlSr
Itayoucall for a TRIUMPH.! C VNN &C0.7K7
6tTIT.Dont accept a substitute. 1 1 makers.
PLUMBING
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST
CLASS WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. ES
TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN.'
741 MAIN ST.
Originality and Distinction
Are always noticeable In tho styles and makes of our furniture.
The originality U found in the style and the distinction in the man
ner and finish of the workmanship. Both are evidence of a most
exclusive class of furniture, suggestive of unequaled excellency.
We bought the new Ideas In furniture of 1901 patterns, and they
are ready for your Inspection.
Our stock of carpets wins the admiration of all.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Farnftqre and Carpets
The Colombia
Lodging House
H"M"W-"H"H'H nun m m if
Pierce's
Weil muuted, neat and com
fortable rooms, good beds. Bar
to connection. where
t00is are served.
treeuT nd Webb
F X. SCHEMPP
popttetor
S a r s a p a r UIa
T
it The Spring Tonic
is ru Dar
Lice fflUer
Tones up tte system, clean
ses the liver and kidneys,
purifys the blood, builds up
and strengthens the nervous
Z t system and imparts new life
io me uouy. xnc uwt
remedy made for Catarrh
For Sale by
Brock & McOomas Go
Druggists
1 1 HA 1 1
i
15 wl "'"Bonun hy
carrier,
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrels a day.
Plour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped Feed,
etc., always on hand.
The East Oregonlan l Eastern Or
egon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It and
how It by their liberal patronage. It
the advertising medium of this
section.
ICE CHEW SUPPLY
PENDLETON CAN MAKE
400 GALLONS PER DAY.
Largest Plant In the State Outside
of Portland, Located In This City,
With Capacity of 200 Gallons of
Ice Cream Daily Supply of Cream
Will Probably Come From Walla
Walla North Powder a Bidder
for Pendleton Trade.
Pendleton has facilities tor mak
ing about 400 gallons of ice cream
per day, and as the ice cream sea
son is approaching, the confectioners
are preparing for the supply of cream
for this enormous output.
Heretofore the cream used in Pen
dleton has come from Walla Walla,
but the grocers and confectioners
had hoped to be able to purchase
their supply this year from a homo
creamery.
Owing to the great demands upon
the Walla Walla creamery, and the
widening territory supplied by It, It
is doubtful If it can supply all its
customers promptly, and as the sup
ply of ice cream needed this year,
will be larger than ever before, the
confectioners are wondering where
the cream will come from.
One ice cream plant, in this city,
is prepared to make 200 gallons of
ice cream per day, the largest single
plant of that kind In the state, out
side of Portland, while there are
several others of a large capacity.
Some of the ice cream parlors In the
city ship in the manufactured ice
cream, but most of them manufac
ture it at home.
Among the bidders for supplying
cream to Pendleton confectioners Is
North Powder from where several
letters have been received recently,
soliciting business here.
Owing to the distance and the ir
regularity of the trains, it is not
thought that this creamery will fur
nish much of the supply, and it is
likely that Walla Walla and Spokane
will be the principal supply points,
as in the past, with occasional orders
from local dairymen and nearby
points.
Pendleton will supply all the near
by towns with Ice cream, this sea
son, arrangements now being made
to ship a daily supply from here.
WOMEN HAVE SECRETS.
Thirty Confidential Clerks In Pendle.
ton Who Could Upset the Business
World of the City .
In Pendleton are about 30 young
women clerks, cashiers, and confi
dential secretaries, connected with
every one of the largest business es
tablishments, who keep priceless sec
rets, day in and day out, without so
much as whispering them to their
bosom friends.
Not an important business is con
ducted in the city, that has not in its
employe, in some capacity, a woman
cashier, clerk, stenographer, or con
fidential secretary, who knows the
inside facts of the business.
Lawyers, merchants, banks, doc
tors, and in fact almost every im
portant business in the city trusts
Its valuable secrets to a bright, In
telligent young woman, who must
know all the inside details of the
business to be able to conduct her
part of it.
The old saw about woman's in
ability to keep a secret is completely
overthrown, day by day In this and
every other city. In tho competent
active service of the young women
who occupy positions of the highest
trust.
If one of these young women
should tell any part of the great bus
iness secrets she posses, it would up
set and demoralize tho business she
represents. She carries priceless In
formation in her breast, which many
a competitor would be glad to know.
NEW SAFE DOOR NEEDED.
Door of O. R. & N. Safe at Weston
Twisted by Dynamite.
Weston, March 11. A new safe
door will be necessary for the O. It.
& N. office safe In this city, owing to
the wreck of tho safe by the safe
blowers Wednesday morning.
The safe was not damaged aside
from twisting the door out of shape.
A machinist from Walla Walla work
ed most of the day yesterday in re
moving the old door. No trace of
the burglars baa yet been found.
There have been no suspicious
characters here recently. i
TURNKEY STILL MISSING.
Frank Sayera of Walla Walla, Has a
Reputation for Leaving His Family.
Walla Walla, March 11. No trace
has yet been found of Frank uayers,
tho turnkey missing from the peni
tentiary. It is now reported that Bayers
once left his family, In this way,
while residing In Dayton, and his
friends think be will return In a
short time.
HoWb ThlsT
We offer One Hundred Dollar Keward
for any cue of catarrh that can Dot be
cured bj liall'o Catarrh Care.
l J. CHENi:jf It CO., Toledo, O.
We, tbe undersized, have known V. J.
Cheney for the last 16 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all bualneM
transactions and financially able to carry
out anv obligations made by tbelr arm.
WKST & T1CUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo O
WALUiNCI, KINNAN 4 MARVIN, Whole
Bale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Care Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous
surfmes of tbe system. Testimonials
sent free. I'rlce 75c per bottle. Bold by
all druggists,
Hall's Family rills are the best.
Burnslde street bridge. In Portlands
la to be renairod at once, to tho
amount of $15,000,
Miss Agnes Miller, of Chicago, speaks
to young women about clangers of the
Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and
suffering and remove the cause by using
Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound
"To Young Women: I suffered for six years with dysmenor
rhea (painful periods), so much so that I dreaded every month, ns I
know it meant threo or four days of intense pain. Tho doctor said
this was duo to an inflamed condition of tho uterino opicndnges caused
by repeated and neglected colds.
"If youns girls only realized how dangerous it is to tako cold at
this critical time, much suffering would bo spared thorn. Thank God
for Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, that was tho only
meuicine wnicu noipcu mo any. y lium inreo wcoks nitur i siancti to
tako it, I noticed a marked improvement in my general health, and at
ii- i : .' c L n. i -j it.. i . .1 .,1 i . ; .1 . .
uiu iuuu ui my nu.vi. mummy punuu uiu pum niui uimmisiieii euiimucr
ably. I kept up tho treatment, and was cured a . month later. I am liko
another person since. I am in perfect health, my eyes oro brighter, I havo
added 12 pounds to my weight, my color ia good, and I feel light and
happy." Miss Agnes Miller, 25 Potomac Ave., Chicago, 111.
The monthly sickness reflects the condition of n woman's
health. Anything unusual nt that tiiuo should have prompt
and proper attention. Fifty thousand letters from women prove
that Xiyula E. Plnkham's vefrctnhle Compound regulates men'
Struation and makes those periods painless.
BEAD WHAT MISS IENDBECK SAYS:
"Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam: Lydia E. Pink'
ham's Vcgctahlo Compound has greatly bene
fitted mo. I will tell you how I suffered. My
trouble was painful menstruation. I felt as each
month went by that I was getting worso. I had
severe bearing-down pains m my back and abdo
men. "A friend advised mo to try Mrs. Pinkham's
medicine. I did so and am now freo from all
pain during my periods." Jessie C. Lindbeck,
iuui oui atreot, JiocKioru, ju.
FKEE ADVICE TO WOMEN.
Itcmcmhcr, every womiin n cordlnlly
invited to write to airs. I'lnlcliimi if there
is anythlntr about her symptoms she docs
not understand. Mrs. Plnkham's address is
Lynn, Mass., her advice Is free and cheerfully given to every ail
ing woman ivho asks for it. Her advice has restored to health
more than one hundred thousand women. Why don't you try
It, my sick sisters?
FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith rrodnce tho oriirlnul lottarsand slrnatarstaf
abort teiuisonUlj, which will prove taftlr absolute RenulnrnMi.
ijui s. x-iuitnun unuiciu Co., ijna,
1311 M
'tmim
$5000
AUCTION SALE
FAMOUS
Wade Herd
of Prize -Winning
Shorthorns
&Herefords
Will be sold at Public Auction in
Pendleton, on Saturday, March 12,
by W. T. Rigby
i
ADAMS
DENTAL
PARLOR
Pendleton, Oregon.
Residence and office Despain
Block. Phone Red 1581.
Our specialty Painless Filling
and Extracting.
WHEN YOU WANT
RUBBER STAMPS
REMEMBER ME,
I manufacture every style on any
mounting and carry a complete Block
of Pads, Inks, Racks, Daters, Kubber
Type, etc. bEALS, STEfJCILS, Trade
Checks, Door Plates.
Write mo what you want. I can
please you by return mall.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Baker City, Or.
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
Tho showing of ladles' watches ia
moro than usuully Interesting. Wo
havo added a largo number of now
designs and now styles to our al
rcady largo assortment, Whero there
Is bo much beauty and morlt a choice
may bo difficult, but prices will help
to a selection.
LADIES' WATCHES from $5 up.
Warranted movement In reliablo 3
year case, $15.00.
GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Postofflce Block,
A
DELAYS ARE DANQEROU8.
As a slight break may end in a groat
catastrophe Hotter send your vehi
cles to Ncaglo llros. and havo noccs
Bary repairs m do as eoon as thoy
aro apparent. Our prices aro roa
sonablo and low and our workmen
ship flrst-clnBs In all rospocts, and
small repairs aro Just as cheerfully
looked nftcr ob comploto ronovatlon.
Winona wagons and bugglos are the
best. Wo soil them.
NEAGLE BROS., THE BLACKSMITHS
Huvcr Qsiollne Knglncs Sate and reliable
PAINT
PAINT
PAINT
Tho season for brushing up
and putting a now attlro on
your buildings is nt hand.
Wo want to flguro on your
Indoor and outdoor painting
11ml your paper hanging. If
you nro going to do your own
pnlntlng, lot- ua supply you
with tho material.
Wo soil uxcluslvoly in Pen
dleton tho Bhcrwln-WIUIanis
Pnlnt.
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
McMinn's
School
of
Dancing
Monday, class nloht. Thurs
day and Saturday, classes from
7 to 0 o'clock. Socials from 9
to 12.
Children's Matinee, Saturday,
2:30.
COAL
Let us fill your
bin with ....
ROCK SPRING COAL
Recognized as the best
and most e onomical 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.
Laatz Bros.
Main Street
Near Depot'