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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1904.
makes pale, thin children fat
and chubby. Overcomes
wasting tendencies and brings
back rosy cheeks and bright
It's surprising how quickly
children respond to Scott's
Emulsion. It contains just
the element of nourishment
their little bodies need. They
thrive on it.
Even a few drops in the
baby's, bottle have a notice
able effect for good. Nothing
better than Scott's Emulsion
for growing children.
We'll btnd you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Teail Street. New York,
Howard Jackson was killed by tho
blowing up of the branch powder
works at Pinole, on San Francisco
The royal sanitary commission of
Great Britain Is Investigating tho
claim frequently made that ret'rlser
atlon of meat, when protracted,
causes cancer. n'lfit
The sum total of losses during tho
last assault un Port Arthur was one
Russian torpedo boat with alt its
crow. The Japanese lost no craft,
and sustained no serious damage.
The government of Colombia has
definitely nnd authoritatively aban
doned all hopes and plans for recov
ering Panama, and will desist from
all annoyances along the frontier,
either by land or water.
During 1903, 102,501 foreigners lo
cated In Now England. Massachu
setts got the larger number G5.757.
There were 21,151 Italians and 11,877
Poles. Tho remainder wero divided
among nearly all other nations.
Klve hold-over members and eight
newly-elected members of the Shar
on, Pa., city council met a short tlmo
ago. Councilman Charles Vander
holt called attention to tho "hoo-doo
number" and laughed at It. He drop
ped dead of heart disease 15 minutes
after council adjourned. j
Edward Smith, aged 53. a farmer'
of Nicholls, N. Y.. received a severe .
blow on tliu head which apparently!
knocked -10 years of his life out of
all remembrance, and he has since
acted tho part of a 13-year-old boy,
and imagines all his surroundings to
bo exactly as they wero 10 years
NEED STEADY MEN
FARMERS COMPLAIN OF
Wages of $1 Per Day and Board No
Inducement for Men to Remain
Long WltrT a Position Good Op,
portunlty for Steady, Permanent
'Class of Worklngmen Pendleton
Never Has a Surplus of Laborers.
Tho salo of the Red Boy mine will
bo held in Baker City on .May 10. No
bid of less than JSO.OOO will bo en
tertained. The Ontario fish hatchery Is turn
ing out about 1,000,000 young lish per
day. The largest output for the year
was 2,000,000 In one day.
A hurglar was shot at Oswego, Or.,
Sunday morning as ho lied from tho
postofflce, which ho had just rilled of
.G in stamps and pennies.
Fire Insurance rates havo been
raised from 4 to C per cent in Leb
anon. Some of tho ' heaviest policy
holders havo cancelled their Insur
ance. Miss Uosina Smith was burned to
death near Oregon City, on Monday
by setting fire to her clothing with
a lamp. She had been a cripple for
a number of years.
Orders havo been Issued by Pres
ident Burt, of tho Paciilc Coast Base
ball Iveague, to all umpires In that
league, to refuse to allow Frank Dil
lon to play in any game.
Julius Leisch, u miner, had a nar
row escape from being crushed to
death, in a rock quarry, near Baker
City, Monday. Six tons of rock cov
ered him, but ho miraculously escap
ed with a broken collar bone and a
Astoria longshoremen havo served
notice that they will expect a ralso
in pay to correspond to the wages In
Portland, on April 1. Astoria prices
now range from 35 to 45 cents nn
hour, while Portland prices range
from 40 to 55 cents per hour.
Correct Clothes for Men
UT money in your
purse by buying
right. Buy them
right by buying
the best without
t,p,rigbiMS.A.B.co. bftarit prices for
them. When this label
"I am paying $1 per day for farm
hands this spring," said a prominent
farmer to the East Orogonlan this
morning, "and it seems Impossible to
keep good men at that price.
"There are plenty of men, but they
will work but a fow days, when their
feet begin to itch and they hit tho
road. Umatilla county pays the best
farm wages of any county in tho
state, tho stock ranches also pay
good wages, and yet it seems out of
the question to keep steady men, on
whom you can depend for work every
day In tho week nnd every week In
"What the farmers of Umatilla
county would like Is a supply of
steady, sober, hard-working young
men, who are permanent In tho coun
try and who wish to secure a foot
hold and remain here,
"Such young men can always find
steady work hero at from $20 to $30
per month on tho farm, and oven
higher wages than that on tho stock
"These wages, compared with $10
and $12 per month in tho East and
South are strong inducements for
good immigrants to locate here.
Young men who so desiro can take
up homesteads, work steadily and
comply .with tho law as to residence
at the time of completing title to
their land c... havo saved Up a good
start on which to begin business for
themselves If they so desire.
"Some of the richest stockmen and
farmers In Umatilla county began
herding sheep hero less than 10 years
ago, and by attention to business and
economy, havo gradually grown to
their present financial standing."
Tho demand for labor in Pendleton
and Umatilla county is always at tho
very limit of the supply, on account
of the varied Industries drawing up
on the labor forces of tho city. Tho
country districts are constantly In
need of men, especially at this time
of tho" year, when spring farm work
and lambing nro at hand.
Shecpshearlng will soon begin in
lull blast, and this will require a
large number of extra men, In hand
ling the wool and tho oxtra herds into
which tho sheep are divided, during
tho shearing season.
Alfalfa hay, by being harvested
two nnd three times a year makes al
most a constant hay harvest after
June 1, and tho Irrigation necessary
to grow tho crop, keeps a largo sup
ply of men constantly at work during
tho spring months.
The greatest demand for labor and
teams comes when tho wonderful
wheat harvest of Umatilla county
begins to ripen and tho combined
harvesters start Into the llelds. No
other community In the West har
vests on as largo a scale as Umatilla
county, whero tho Immense combined
harvesters, using 20 to 30 horses and
five to ten men each, have almost
completely supplanted tho stationary
"Just In the nick of time our llttlo
boy was saved," writes Mrs. v. Wat
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu
monia had played sad havoc witli him
and a terrible cough sot In besides.
Doctors treated lilni, but ho grew
worse overy day. At length wo tried
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, and our darling was saved.
He Is now sound and well." Every
body ought to know it's tho only
auro euro for coughs, colds and all
lung diseases. Guaranteed by Tall-
man & Co., druggists. Prlco 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
MINNESOTA G. A. R.
Thlrty.Elghth Annual Encampment Is
Minneapolis. Minn., March 15. The
thirty-eighth annual encampment of
tho Orand Army of the Republic, De
partment of Minnesota, opened in
Minneapolis today with an attend
anco of more than 1.000 veterans
from all parts of tho state. The en
enmnment will bo In session two days
nnd In addition to routine business
the veterans will partlcipato in a
round of entertainment arranged In
The election of officers promises
to result In tho selection of Ham
son White, of Luverne, as depart
ment commander. Tho Woman's He
lief Corps. Ladles of tho O. A. It.,
and other auxiliary organizations arc
also holding their annual sessions
MAKERS vs'r NEW YORK
is on your ready-for-service ap
parel you have the world s
standard. There can be none
Equtl to fine cuiiommade In all but
price. The makers' guarantee, and
ours, with every garment. We are
Exclusive Distributors In this city.
The Peoples Warehouse
The Leading Clothiers
To all of my Friends nnd Patrons:
I take pleasure in introducing to
my friends, Ore. L. L. nnd T, II,
Whlto, to whom 1 havo sold my den
tal business In this city. I thorough
ly recommend' tho Drs, 'White its first
class dentists in every respect, and
will esteem It a favor for any of my
patients to placo their cases In tho
hands of tho Drs. Whto.
E. A. MANN,
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth of La Orange, Oa
suffered for six months with a fright'
ful running soro on his log, but
writes that Bucklon's Arnica Salvo
wholly cured It in five days. For ul
cers, wounds, piles, It's tho best salve
In tho world. Curo gunrnntoed. Only
25 cents. Sold hy Tall man & Co.,
Spokano labor unions nro going to
outer tho political rnco, In tho effort
to secure bottor city government.
A. D. Chase. Portland.
William Maher, Portland.
J. E. La Vloletto, Devils Lake
Oeorge T. Williams, Portland.
P. Barnselly, Now York.
H. P. Gardner, Omaha.
A. R. Grant, Portland.
J. W. Burby, Ellonsburg.
M. E. Seller. Now York.
Hy Drukker, Now York.
P. F. Havens, Spokane.
P. M. Kachus, San Francisco.
J. D. Oalloy, Portland.
W. It. Olendenlng. Portland.
Q. C. Marohor, Colfax.
Ht S. Brewer, Colfax.
H. C. Long, Spokane.
It. A. Seeds, Spokane.
W. K. Shepherd, Spokaue.
W. Moroy, Spokane.
F. M. Bell, Spokane.
H, C. Turner, Spokane.
S. Wilson, Portland.
O. M. Allen, Portland.
Hotel St. George.
Will M. Peterson, Athena.
J. B. Johnston, Athena.
.1. F. Murphy, San Francisco.
A. Fleetwood, Baker City.
Miss Prescott, Spokane.
F. B. Flourier, Oxford.
J. B. Smith, La Grande.
Harry Oleson, Carlyle.
Fred T. Hose, Denver.
A. Ballsuk, San Francisco.
J. Ackerman, Now York.
B. Lichtlg, San Francisco.
Charles Sumelskey, San Francisco.
Charles H. Stevenson,' St. Paul.
J. Johnson, Portland.
J. H. Hlnes, Spokano.
J. C. lionergan, Seattle.
C. C. West, Cleveland.
A. G. Turner. Spokane.
Georgo O. nisom, Lincoln.
A. H. Owens. Monmouth.
N. C McLeod. Elgin.
J. F. Meyers, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartomen, Dayton.
.Mrs. Mills, Spokane.
THIS WEEK WILL BE ONE Of'sPECIAL BARGAINS IN SILKS AT THE FAIR. OUR NEW
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THIS WEEK, THE FOLLOWING PRICES WILL BE IN EFFECT:
36-Inch black, guaranteed Taffeta. , $1.50, $1.44 and $1.39
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MATCH, WORTH TEN PER CENT OF THE VALUE OF THE SILK.
PREJUDICE AGAINST TRIB.
Mrs, C. J- Iloadruck. Stokes.
C. A. Gilbert and wife, city.
Kenneth Mcllao and wife, city.
II. P. Tonsfelde, Itemsen.
J, Hnrtwlg Albers, Ilemsen.
Doug. Belts, Pilot Bock.
A. Z. Adams, Milton.
A. W. noland, Adel.
G. M. Nelson, La Grande.
S. E. Allller, Vinson.
L. E. Hunklll, Starbuck.
S. F. Moor, Adams.
F. D. Slsk, Eudlcittt.
Mrs. E. Slsk, Endicott.
G. H. Shea, city.
Charles II. Thompson, Chicago.
W. It. Johnson, Walla Walla.
II. E. Hunt, Spokane.
C. C. Geer, Heppner.
The total production of copper in
tho world last year waB 1,110,000,000
pounds, of which 714,000,000 pounds
were mined in the United States.
Dr. L. E. Bullinger, of San Francisco,'
Expresses an Opinion Regarding the
Greatest Liquor Habit Cure on
Dr. j. E.Bullluger, of San Francis
co, writes: "I was prejudiced against
TIHB, coming to mo as It did. but I
see now I was mistaken. I havo been
traveling in England and tho Eastern
States much lately and find much ov
Idenco ot TRIB'S good work. I bought
25 treatments for friends and every
ne has done Its work well."
Tollman & Co., local agents.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Heward
for any case of catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHKNliY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the underslsned, have known V. 3.
Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe
liim perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by tbelr firm.
WIIST & TltUAX, Wholesale Drusglsts,
WAI.D1NO, KINXAX A MAKVI.V, Whole
sale DruKRlsts, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. 1'rlce 73c per bottle. Sold by
Hall's family l'llls are the best.
The czar has "given" 200,000,000
roubles from his private fortune to
further the war.
Let us show you Palmer's
The latest and best.
A pure soap, finely perfumed.
Brock & McComas
All persons knowing
themselves to be in
debted to me will
call and settle their
their accounts as I
need the money.
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I MERRILL TYPEWRITER CO.. So. 7,Poit SL.
Sp.kjne. Gen.Agt.DENSMORE TYPEWRITER
Supplies ... Renting ... Etpert Repairing
In carload lots. Green
at $4.50 per cord on tiding
S. G. BRYSON
No. 1700 W. Railroad St
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ST. JOE STOR
We are now receivinir new sroods almost dailv. and we would call the attention of the nublict
these new arrivals. We respectfully ask that you call and allow us the privilege to show goods. Y
will not know what we carry, and the prices we are making, unless you call and examine our stool
i Neither can we sell you unless you visit our place of business. And we claim it will be to our muufl
interest for you to call and inspect our stock. Our time against yours. What say you?
Whon visiting our store ask to see that beautiful
lino of Lace Curtains, Portiers, Rugs and Squares. All
now goods, new patterns; and as we intend to make a
specialty of these lines we are more than pleased to
, show thom and quote prices Once seeing the lines will
convince you that our goods and prices are right.
We have one lot, 60 pairs, Lace Curtains that are
f slightly soiled. To close at one-third off. Watch the
I corner window.
Remember we have the newest in Ladies' Eton
; : Suits, Etamine and Cecillian Skirts, Shirt Waist Wash
' J Suits, Shirt Waists, and those handsome Gold Tinseled
; ; Fibre Belts all correct idea?.
We will also continue tho salos on Silk at 39c and
;: 19c; wash goods at 9c. The lots of Skirts and Suits as
! : advertised at opening until closed.
We would call special attention to our line1
Clothing, Blurts and Furnishings. Our spring M
are now in and we are showing the latest things on
market at the lowest pricos that economy and art
IAivinmhnH .,... . , i n r thQ avnillfllim IlII IIIllUl.
J.UJI11QU1UUI LI1UL 111 bllD 0kl.4l40.v .-
and shirt window. We will continue the sale
those Shoos formerly advertised at 29c, 09c and
until lots are closed.
itemomuor we are otosing out our vTiuuuijf
vyc uuvc in uur cmpioy mem, a cumpeieni corps oi salespeople, ana iney rcspccLiuuy uivn--
many friends and patrons to call on them. i
CLOTHING, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS J. E. Rubedeau, S. J. Baum. .
GROCERIES W. C. Hoseason.
CASHIER Miss Mary P. Lyons.
Whittinghill Mercantile Co.
Successors to LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
jj 126-130 Court Street