East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 11, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX,
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1904.
EIGHT PAGES.
BABIES ON FIRE M K HOUSES
With Itching, Burning, Scaly
Humors of the Skin
Instantly Relieved by Baths
with Cuticura Soap
SEVERAL WILL BE BUILT
NOT MENTIONED BEFORE
Greatest Hindrance is Lack of As
surance That Brick Can Be Had
When Wanted This City Will Use
Over Two Million Brick the Com
Ing Season List of Prospective
Building Projects.
And Gentle Applications
Cuticura Ointment.
of
Brick has begun to arrive for the
Martin building, and as soon as the
timber for the girders come work will
begin, and It will be rushed through
to completion.
There will be Just about enough
brick In the Weston brickyards to
complete the Martin building, and
when this supply Is exhausted build
ing operations will cease for the time
being. It will be impossible for the
management of the yard to begin
making brick before the' middle of
April, and It may be later than that
before the weather will be settled
sufficiently to proceed on a large
scale.
Last year Pendleton was In the
same predicament by the failure of
the Weston yard to furnish enough
brick. The management said they
would be able to have brick here by
the middle of Hay, or earlier, but It
was June before the material began
to come in. and then it was In small
lots and divided between Pendleton
and Walla Walla. This year it prom
ises to be the same thing over again.
As the capacity of the yard is 40,000
brick n day, it will be seen that with
Pendleton, Walla and various other
towns along the line to supply there
will not be a great surplus loft at
the end of the season.
' Pendleton is a good brick consum
er, having used from tf.000,000 to 2.
500,000 irick each year for some
years p"t, and the indications are
that the record will be kept up this
year, If It Is not broken, if the brick
can be secured there aro many build
ings in contemplation which will be
built.
. Besides the Martin Building.
The water commission will build
during the summer a 60x60 pump
house at the pumping station, which
will be about 16 feet in height.
E. J. Murphy
building a one story structure on
Cottonwood street, just back of
Court. This building will be 50 feet
front, and have a depth of 100 feeL
It will be used for a paint shop and
general work shop by Mr. Murphy,
who is very much crowded In his
present quarters.
I W. F. Matlock will build a large
brick on his lots on Main street next
to the Bowman building, which will
i be made to match the other
: buildings In that part of town.
I T. C. Taylor Is planning to build
a two-story brick on nis property ira j
the corner of Main and Water street, i
opposite the Hotel Pendleton, which
he will use as an Implement house.
This will be one of the most modern 1
business houses of the city. It will
be equipped with an elevator and all
the other conveniences necessary in
the large and growing business of
Mr Taylor, and will be 50x95 feet
and two stories high. I
Jesse Failing Is thinking of put-'
ting a modern brick on the property,
- - r-T-T-x wliere tne i-Toomo Darn now siauua,
Instant relief and refreshing sleep for
akin-tortured babies, and rest for tired,
fretted mothers, In warm baths with
Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings
with Cuticura Ointment, the great skin
cure, and purest of emollients, to be
followed in severe cases by mild doses
of Cuticura Resolvent.
41 My niece's little baby boy, two years
otd, was so badly afflicted with eczema
that he needed constant watching. It
was all over his face and he scratched
the aores constantly. Mornings hi?
clothes wonld be stained with blood,
and his face and bands would be cov
ered. His family never could take him
out, as his face was always full of large
Fores. They had medical treatment,
and tried everything they heard of.
She commenced using the Cuticura
Remedies last spring and found that at
last she had a wonderful healer. The
sores left his face and he was entirely
cured, and now bis face is as smooth
and rosy as though no sore had ever
been there to mar It."
Miis. L. J. ROOT,
jE.tU8.lLEM, Jf. T.
Teb. 12, 1838.
I On March 7, 1903, five years later,
II rs. Root writes:
"I received your note of kind in
quiry and am pleased to Inform yon of
the permanent cure of my little boy.
Be is now a healthy child with pink
and white skin free from all blemish.
It has been a marvellous cure and
brought about in a short time after all
other medical aid failed."
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A cigar that is always the same
quality and price, 5 cents.
in
A smoke for particular smokers.
Largest Seller in the World.
The 'Band is the
Smoker's Protection.
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1. 1 Put. Ra 4t t His t Bo too. IS OtamftM
(to torn f
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OcnUu Cottod Fill, 2J. ttr tuJ f ),
r Ifnt CfccttUeti Ctrpt. Propntton.
Sour Stomach
Baden and Switzerland similar to which cost $1,200,000.
that which is now pending between ' canal wns built there
Colorado and Kansas, over theWeise $6,000,000. I also saw
river. plant which lifts water
It was clalmeu that the Swiss were which was built at a cost of $250,
dlvertlng the course of the river, and 000.
la rnnlpmnlatlne' uiicsuuuuh were maue. iaei .Ulna you, tney C0U1U raise fine
L TIT decision reached allowed the prior- crops there with tho average rainfall.
Ity of rights In Switzerland, and , but their irrigation gives them three
Baden was to some extent beaten in I times as much of a nroductlon. elves
me huh.
In ISS-i a i A bursted sewer in the Tanner
which cost Creek flats in Portland, flooded the
a pumping cellars and basements in the neigh
60 feet and borhood Thursday.
LET US SUPPLY YOU
WITH
Building...
...Material
DIMENSION LUMBER OP
all descriptions. Bash,
Doors, Blinds, Mould
ing, Building and Tar Pir.
Bring Your Bill to Us and
Get Our Figures,
Grays' Harbor Coin. Co.
Op P. W: 4 C. R. Depot
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and night. Billiards,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. Depot
BICYCLE DOCTORS
.after I w. Induced I try CMSCA
SCTB, 1 will neterts without then In toe bouM.
Vr lifer was la a. tery bod sbape. and my bead
aened and I bad ilotuacb trouble. Now since tak
Inx Cascareu. 1 feet One 11 j wife baa also tued
tbem wltb bene acta! results for soar ttomaen."
Jos. UltlUU.NG. ESI Congrew 6U SI. Louil. aid.
CANDY
TKADr UAAK irt&STXftCO
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taite Good, Po
Gooa. lSeTerhiCJieD WeaJien, or Gripe Kc ZjcIac
CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
i.tlac R,wi ,y Ii,it, filer., HMiml, J lvt. Ill
fi.Tn.Rfln d t,d cn3ranled br alldrus
HU-1U-DIIU c,iuioCi'iu:?ooiMoila!tt.
"I found tie valley of the Po a
most thrifty place. It is settled
mainly by Germans from the north
and they are all prosperous and con
tented. The rainfall averages 40
inches there, but nevertheless they
carry on a fine system of irrigation
. land they keep on improving.
11 i ,n icn- n i i ..ii.
tu jo?i a uuiui nan uuill
them a chance of course to sell
twice as much and twice as many
people are supported under the conditions."
Drink
DESCENT
REAM
At present the United States Is j
fifth in naval power among the na-.
tions, but with tne completion of
I vessels now building, she will be
there third.
It Is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
If vrmr wheel Is ailinr consul
u. We treat the worst wheel
nnrl rmtnra ilium in l.oultl, i
bicycle hntpi al at 311 Court f
Street is complete bdcI equipped
with the latent appliances.
!
GorrJen & Edmisten
Bicycle Doctors t
Bepairicg 1
4i . .
All Kinds of Light
J. L. VAUGHN
Electrician
Prompt attent'on given and all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies of all kinds
OFFICE 121 WEST COURT ST.
(Tribune Building)
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JOE STORE
Mists' Supplies?
on Slain street, it win nave a on- tt
If you are interested in Oil
Painting see us. Our line
is complete
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCH URS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS SABLES
BLENDERS
SKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a specialty of fram
ing pictures. Newest stock
of frames
C. C. SHARP
Opera Houee Block
..rfl. lll.
foot front on Main, and will
back 200 feet, to Cottonwood, and
will be used by Mr. Froome as a
livery barn. If all these Improve
ments are made It is also probaulo
that F. B. Clopton will add a story
to the property he owns, which is
now occupied by the Fair, and Gold
en Rule stores.
There is talk of other brick build
ings this season, though little has
been done as yet towards making
definite plans. It is safe to say that
If bulldinc conditions are good dur
ing the summer months all, and
more, of the Improvements noted,
will be made.
run ,
We have now been open four days and many of Pendleton's people have vlited us and bought
liberally of the iranybargains we are offering. We extend the invitation to the public t call and
allow us the opportunity to show goods and make prices. We are overstocked in many lines and
the accumulation must be sold rf gardless of cost to make room for new and more de.-irable mer
chandise. For the next week and as long as they will last we will offer the following very low
prices to close lots:
IRRIGATION IN ITALY.
The French
Restaurant
Best 25 cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlors
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
Connection
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
633 Main Street
PROMPT, RELIABLE 8ERVICE
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF AIL KINDS
Hoods Uktn bait
erier at Teutsch's.
of can of. laTC
Thoot llaln 1S71.
Expert Tells of Irrigation Investiga
tions Abroad.
Prof. Elwood Mead, former state
engineer of Wyoming and expert in
charge of tne irrigation Investiga
tions of tho department of agricul
ture, arrived last night from Denver,
and will remain in the city a couple
, of days to visit the local office and
confer with State Engineer C- T.
Johnston in regard to the work of
tho irrigation office in Wyoming dur
ing the coming year, says tho Chey
enne Tribune.
Mr, Mead has spent the last six
months investigating irrigation in
Italy and a report submitted by him
with a view to advising the adop
tion of the best features of the Ital
ian system In this country, will soon
bo Issued by tho Interior department.
It will be or great value to all Inter
ested In the subject of irrigation, as
Mr. Meade has spent a long time In
the valley of the Po. where irrigation
has been known to some extent for
half a dozen centuries.
He is greatly interested in tho
work of tbo Italians and undoubtedly
his report will excite wldo Interest.
He was asked for a general review
of his research work in Italy and
many of the facts which ho gave will
cause some surpriso among irrigation
enthusiasts.
"I first went to Baden on my way
to Italy." ho said, "and from thero I
went down to Switzerland. I was
very much surprised to find that
thero were a great many Irrigation
districts in those two countries.
"It Is rather strange that they
should carry on Irrigation In ttioao
parts, as tho rainfall Is heavy, but
they want to feol sure themselves,
and Irrigation is tho great protec
tion. They bad a suit on there In
WASH GOODS
One lot of last season's goods, consistirg of colored
organdies, plain and floral designs, colored dimities,
plain and floral designs, challieB, polka dot piques,
Eatin-striped colored waistings and zephyr ging
hams, former price up to 35c, to close 9c
One lot of wool dress fabrics, plain, plaid and figured,
worth up to 35c, to close JOc
BABY RIBBON
68 pieces of Baby Hibbon, to close, per yard Jc
SHOES
One Jot of ladies' vici, in button and lncf,in off styles
and odd lots, former price $2 to $3.50, io c!oe..98c
We will also continue eale in lota advertised at open
ing as follows:
Men's 98c
Misses' and children's 69cf 29c
SHIRTS
One lot of men's white and colored, soft and stiff
fronts, former price $1 to $1.50, to close 63c
SILKS We will continue the sale on Silks as advertised at openinq
at special prices of. ..J9c and 39c
Wewill have many new arrivals of spring goods on sale during this week, consisting of Ladies
Tailored Suits, Woolen Dress Fabrics, Wash Goods, Artistic Neckwear and the latest ideas In
artistic Trimmings.
Remember we are closing stock of Groceries at market cost.
Whittmghill Mercantile Co.
Successor to LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
I Jb and 1 30 Court Street Pendleton, Oregon if
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