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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1904.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A I,ATO BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure "to know of the wonderful
cures maae ay ur.
Kilmer's Swamp- i '
JSTTaTc J-der remedy. With Regular Wireless Systems
WESTERN UNION CAN REACH
YOUR FRIENDS AT SEA,
It is thejrrcatmed-
, ical triutmih of the
j j nineteenth century" I
I riPj cliscovcreuaneryears
lQS f scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, and is wonderf un
successful in promptly curinc lame back,
uric acid, catarrh of the bladder and
llright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have
kidnev, liver or bla'dder trouble it will be
found'just the remedy you need. It has
!.en tested in so luanv vavs, in hospital
work and in private practice, and has
of Atlantic Coast Steamers Equip
ped With Wireless Apparatus Di
rections for Reaching Friends at
Hates have been received at the
Western Union Telegraph office here
by which messages may be trans'
mined by wireless telegraphy to pas
sengers on the big liners sailing be
tween Eastern ports and Europe.
People In Pendleton can now have
a message delivered to a passenger
on an ocennlc steamer at sea by the
payment of the usual tolls for the
message to the East, and In addition
proved so successful in every case that a . $2 for the first 10 words and 12 cents
special arrangement nas uevn rauuc uy :or eacti ntlclitJonal word In the mes-
which all readers of this paper, who have sage exclusive of address and sig-
not already tried it, may have a sample nature.
bottle sent free by mail, aUo a book tell- communication is wJshed with a
ing more about Swanip-Koo . and how to assenger on the sleamship New
fiudoutlfvouhave kidney or bladdertrou- York while vet mnnv mlloi fmm
ble. nn:&l Tad' byudres'sTg
.. to? individual in care of "S. S.
;..f-BrJS?SSai York, via Sagaponack. X. Y."
address to Dr,
S: Co.. Binshamton
N. Y. The regular
fifty-cent and one-
i,f Smiv.r th,. nnmK sent la Babylon, N. 1 .. as well, and
If It Is not delivered, the exnense
to the sender will be only that of
sending a message from here to Sa
anv mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the address, Binghamton, X. Y., on
A vessel drawing 10 feet rises two
inches in passing from fresh water
During the week ending March IT.
2.606.124 bushels of wheat were ex
porter from the United States.
in case of the steameships of the
American line or of the Finland and
Kroonland of the Red Star Line, a
third route Is available, via Siascon
sett. Nantucket Island, Mass.
The liners equipped with wireless
apparatus, to which messages may
be sent In this manner are:
Cunard Line: Aurania, Campania,
Carpathla, Etruria, Kerala. Lucania,
Saxonia and I'mbrla.
American Line: New York, Phila
delphia. St. Louis and St. Paul.
During the weekending March 17.(aine. La Savole. La Touraine and La
there were 203 failures In the ' Champayne.
uimeu aiuie unu x. iu Lonaux. xorth German Lloyd Line: Kaiser
The president has issued an order . Wilhelm II., Kaiser Wilhelm der
extending civil service rulps to tne Grosse, Kronprlnz Wilhelm
war department In the Philippines. Atlantic Transport Line: Minneha-
The Texas state republican con- oa, Minneapolis. Minnetonka.
vention instructed for Roosevelt. Hamburg-American Line: Auguste
and for Fairbanks, of Indiana, for ! tctoria. Wucher. Deutschland, Fuerst
Chicago may lose the republican
national convention, as only $15,000
of the bonus of $75.0fu that was
pledged has been paid.
Allen P. Lovejoy. a multi-millionaire
who made his money In Oregon,
California and Wisconsin lumber, is
dead at Janesville, Wis.
The jftm Crow" bill has passed
tJje Maryland legislature and been
signed by the governor. Negroes
mu9t travel In separate compart
mentis, but all accommodations must
equal those for white people.
William Carroll, colored, was
taken tin custody In San Francisco
on some trifling charge. ' and almost
accidentally It has been found that
he is a famous criminal, with doz
ens of charges against him. In as
Red Star Line: Finland. Kroon
land. Vaderland and Zeeland.
As other vessels become equipped
they will be added to the list.
SUGAR BEET CULTURE.
President Status and Prospects of
This Year's Venture.
E. W. McComas has returned from
a trip to Echo and Switzler's Island,!
where he went to see the work being
done by the sugar beet planters. He
tlnds that there are now 150 acres !
ready to be seeded as soon as the
weather settles and warms to a de-!
gree where the farmers will be sure
that the seed will germinate soon
after being put into the ground.
It was the Intention to put their
ground In seed this week, hut the
cold weather has changed that and
the work will not be done until
J. J. Bailey, city.
J. G. "Wilson, Portland.
C. R. Williams. St. Paul.
R. C. Inman, city.
E. Fox, city.
E. J. Keller, Portland.
E. H. Burke. Portland.
C. Row. St. Louis.
F. H. Dayton. St. Louis.
Ted O'Malley. Spokane.
D. Shults, Spokane.
Ed Blackburn. Baker City.
R. C. Long. Spokane.
A. P. Goss. Sumpter.
A. Morey. Spokane.
J. H. Kloeckner. Spokane.
G. S. Youngman, Portland.
Thomas Nester. Portland.
J. F. Fisher. Spokane.
F. W. Vincent and family, city.
J. Howard and wife. city.
Mil. A. M. Clark, city.
Ed Switzier and wife, city.
H. Hamburger. New York.
M. Mayer, San Fancisco.
E. L. Waxham, Chicago.
C. W. Borchert. San Francisco.
B. G. West. Chicago.
H. E. Harris, Walla Walla.
C. E. Cook. Spokane.
W. D. Wlllard. Portland.
R. H. Caston, Spokane.
A. J. Hall. Spokane.
A. Nylander. Portland.
F. W. Doty. Portland.
E. A. Schlffler. city.
George Stevens, Spokane.
XI. F. Cannon. Spokane.
J. A. Doherty. St. Louis.
J. W. Davis. Athena.
F. M. Gurney. Athena.
S. P. Gould, Portland.
P. E. Johnson, Huron.
Hotel St. George.
M. H. Gillette, Echo.
E. T. Johnson. Portland.
F. A. Borchet. San Francisco.
W. H. Swirt, Walla Walla.
J. S. Michaels, .Minneapolis.
Anna Wells, Spokane.
J. P. Hayden. Portland.
C. J Officer. John Day.
Mrs. F. E
C. Carpenter. Peace.
J. A. Allison. Portland.
F. J. Gardner. Portland.
George Gammine. Union.
C. E. Goodell, Denver.
J. W. Watson. Portland.
A. Sloan Seattle
L. M. Layne, Duluth.
D. M. Landreth, Palisade.
M. Sach. jr.. Reading.
Charles L. Swain. Irrigon.
Owen Worthington, Irrigon.
H. Davenport. Colfax.
Eliza Keppinger, Colfax.
J. Koshata, Portland.
D. Ackerman. 3t. Joseph.
C. A. Seese. Spokane.
W. D. Todd. Spokane
W W Curtis and wife. Portland.
George W. Harris. Portland.
This Week will be our Opening Sale on Summer Wash Goods
WE HAVE TOO MANY KINDS AND QUALITIES TO DESCRIB7 IN THIS SPACE, BUT OUR CUS.
TOMERS WILL UNDERSTAND WHAT TO LOOK FOR, WHEN WE SAY OUR STOCK IS LARGER
BETTER AND BRIGHTER THAN EVER SHOWN BEFORE, AND ASUSUAL, WE HAVE PUT OUR
PRICES AS LOW AS LEGITIMATE, HONEST BUSINESS POLICY WILL. P-KMIT.
LAWNS AND BATISTES RANGE IN PRICE FROM 7c to 25c YD.
SPRING SUITINGS AND WAISTINGS IN COTTON, FROM 17c to 50c YD
DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER, IN WOOL, FROM 18c to $1.50 YD
OUR VOILES AND SICILIANS AT 50c, YOU WILL PAY 65c and 75c FOR ELSEWHERE.
CALL AND SEE OUR SHOWING IN THE ABOVE LINES. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
AGENTS FOR McCALLS PATTERNS.
D. M. Prispel and wife. Moscow.
C. F. Weiss, Milton.
W. H. Risk and family. Norzok.
W. M Dennis and wife.
E. J. Wtlber, Wllber.
George Walters, city.
F. C. Welch, Salem.
D. F. Carnes. Salem.
L. E. Hunklll, Starbuck.
A. A. Lathrop, city.
F. Sharer. Caldwell.
Mrs. F. Shafer, Caldwell.
V. J. White, Weston.
W. H. Flanders, Walla Walla.
Lee Lent. Pendleton.
R. F. Lent, Pendleton.
St. H. Reeves, Baker City.
R. N. Thompson, Walla Walla.
F. M. Lockwood, Helix.
Good, eight-roomed house In splen
did condition. Eight lots, good barn
and orchard. Good fence and new
sidewalk. Water piped all
house and garden,
, AFONTAINE, at
Every stamp requirement supplied.
Good well. Very
Apply to GUS
Field and son, Kendall- for iny c4le ot cltarrh ttat can not
I cured ur uau s i-atarrn cure.
F. J. CHEXKY 4. CO.. Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, bave known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and bellere
"Vhiro perfectly honorable In all business!
! transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made bj their tlrm.
' WEST A TKL'AX, Wholesale Druggists.
WAI.DING. KIXXAN i MAKVIX, Whole
I sale Urugclsts. Toledo. O,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mucous Prtmrflni-
surfaces of the system. Testimonials """"-""B-
sent free. ITice 75c per bottle. .Sold by
Hall's family Pills are the best
Residence and office, Despaln block,
Phone Red 15S1.
Our specialty Painless Filling and
A. Mikesell Echo.
M. Snioot. Echo.
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
r A . n
oa. due iu uiucr. ouuaing
paper, lime, cement, brick
ana sana. wooa gutters for
barns and dwellings a sp;:-
Alta St, Opp. Court Heat
More Evidence of Trib' Good Work.
Baker City, Ore., Sert. &, 1903.
I was a constant user of both smok
ing and chewing tobacco for 46 years.
I took a treatment of Trib about
three months ago and can endorse It
as a cure. My general health is
much Improyed since I took your cure.
N. H. STARBIRD.
Tallman & Co., local agents. 1
PROMPT, RELIABLE: SERVICE iV
HAULING OMtUINDS j L-ctm
Goods taken best ot care ot. Leaye
orders at Teutsch's. Thone Main 127t. Prompt attention riven and IS
work executed properly.
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO rUT UN'DEH Electrical Supplies or all kin
carpets, on shelves, walls or for wrap
ping purposes. Old newspapers In large OFF1CB 121 WEST COURT 51.
bundles of 100 each at 25 cents a bundle Tribune Bnildlncl
at the EAST 011EGO.VIAN office, Pendle- . (Tribune Bolldlnc)
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j later, when warm weather Is assur-;
The anmual opening of Vosemite There are 150 acres of land which
Park will' take place on April 1. (is under consideration, and If it Is'
AH th poolrooms In the city of , decided that there can be water
Portland have been ordered
by the.' mayor.
enough furnished for It this tract
will also be seeded to beets, mak-
A hotel and four residences were'lps 31)0 acres in and around Echo,
burned at Westport. Or., Sunday
morulng Loss. $15,000.
.Nell lL-ntley. a negro, was shot
e.nd instantly killed by Steve Bro
lie colored, over a game of cards,
.i. a Seattle saloon, Sunday morn
People living in the vicinity of)
Lake Tahoe. have become alarmed
at the very high water, and It is ,
feared that the dam will be carried
Foster and on Switzler's Island, 1
which will be planted this first year
of the experiment.
MEDAL CONTEST TONIGHT.
Women of the W. C. T. U. Will Ren
der an Excellent Program at the
The Demorest Medal contest. Ho
lder the auspices of the W. C. T. U..
will take place tonight at the Bap
I tist church, and an Intervstinr en.
The republican county convention tertalnment has been arraneed. Thn
ot Morrow county, instructed its del-1 program will consist of eight con-rj;
egates to the state convention to I testing recitations, besides numer-.
support J. N Williamson for con
Chief of Police Sullivan, of Seat
tle, will be retained as chief until
April 1, when he will be made head
of the detective department of the
city by Mayor-elect Baliinger.
The Native Sons of Oregon will
celebrate- the anniversary of the es
tablishment of the first provisional
government of Oregon, at Oregon
City, on May 2, this being the fourth
anniversary of the erection of the
ous musical numbers and the award
Ing of the prizes, at the close.
The women who bave charge of
the contest have worked energeti
cally to prepare the program and a
large attendance is anticipated.
This ls a part of the temperance
campaign which Is to be conducted
by the local W. C. T U during the
coming Bpring and summer months.
HUNZIKER RESIDENCE SOLD.
Huruiker Will Travel In
fornia for Her Health.
Owing to the 111 health of Mrs.
f It.. II U- 11.. I
depth of eight Inches, and sheep r"" " uS"".l ...e ' f'".
have (rtwen and Htarved by the'. . . i5"ul" na'" wiiu
In places In Northern Montana
the snow has covered the ground to
ousandT "the live ImaU having; hoVIm? ounv'Ta 1
. .t. ' , , i "I In a short time occupy it as his
eaten the wool from the carcasses
in several nlstances.
Marthlas and Martin Ertle, two
German farmers, are believed to
ft...... I 1 .1 I ,u .1 ..,.
on uuiuayme prairie, near t on an
geles. They started to cross the
great swamp on March 17, and have
not been seen since.
ST. JOE STORE
CASH TALKS prices are self-evident. We propose to lead and not to
follow. Our house is the place to find the latest as well the best qualities
in merchand ise. Our eastern connections give us advantages over all
competition. We do not propose to mark goods at fabulous prices and
then claim to offer them to the trade at from 33 to 50 per cent discount
on actual cash values. Below we offer special values that are worthy
3 -BIG SPECIALS-3
For Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
We have some propositions in
real estate which are worth your
time to investigate. Come in and
talk them ovor with us.
E. T. WADE & SON.
Office In E. O. Building. "Phone
Black, 11U. P. O Boi 324.
During the coming month Mr. and
Mrs. Hunzlker will leave for Califor
nia, where Mrs. Hunzlker will re-
main indefinitely in the hope that!
the change In climate will benefit ! 2
her health. Mr Hunzlker will re-i
turn to his business In this city ?
after a visit of two or three weeks .
in California, remaining there Just
long enough to see his family set
tled before returning.
Illinois Laundrymen Meet.
Rockford. III., March 21. Mem
bers of the Illinois Laundrymcn's
Association assembled in Rockford
today for their annual convention.
The sessions will continue two days
and will be devoted to the discussion
of methods in tho various branches
of the laundrymcn's business. The
presiding officer of the convention is ,
W H Whlta nfVlnllnt I
Dry Goods Department
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS In one of those pretty new tailor
made Eton suits of ours, YOU'D LOOK SWELL. They are char
acterized by their up-to-dateness In trimming, color and materials.
There's nothing else quite so stylish or good as those we can
show yon. TRY ONE ON; it's our pleasure to show them. See
that pretty new broadcloth suit In blue, brown and black. SPEC
IAL PRICE, $18.00.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS That entirely new line an Interest
ing exhibit sale of 1904 models. A sale and display the equal
of which has never been shown In Pendleton. Retailing. As a note
worthy opening special, we offer them in prices UPWARD FROM
J.ADIE8' WALKING SKIRTS Remarkable offerings in the se
lections for this sale. The materials are fancy mixtures in Cash,
meres and tweeds, also grey, blue, brown and black cheviots.
Some are trimmed with buttons, aome with strapping over the
hips, and others with box plaited effects. They aro good ones,
values up to J6.75. FOR THIS SALE 2.98.
Clothing and Shoe Department
SPECIAL IN MEN'S SUITS $12.50 will buy an elegant
up-to-date suit, made in the latest style. Tailored and trimmed
for dress and service. This special line consists of Scotch
mixtures, cheviots, Clay worsteds and cashmeres.
SHOE SPECIAI $1.50 will buy a pair of Oxfords or san
dals that will give you entire satisfaction in wear and In com
fort. This lot embraces styles that were carried over from
last season, and are worthy of your attention,
SHIRT SPECIAL FOR $1.25 At this price we. bave every
thing In the shirt family that Is of service as well ao the lat
est fabrics and best made garments. Do not fall to see tnl
line before making your spring purchase.
Wo have some of those Iota of old Shoes that were adver
tised to close, in men's and women's at 9Sc; in misses' and
children's at 29c and C9c.
Whittinghill Mercantile Co.
Robert Hooker, in his day a fa-
mous English politician, and an A.
P. and A. M. of high degree, is dead
at San Bernardino, Cal. As Master !I
Mason, ho conducted tho initiation
of tho Princo of Wales, now King Ed-
ward, into tho .Masonic order. I ..""""""":
Successor to Lyons Mercantile Co.
126-130 COURT STREET