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DA'LY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1S04.
a A Kirn CAT!ID1AV CDGTIAI CAI P
FFMS TO HAVE BEEN JUST THE EVENT THE PRUDENT SHOPPERS OF PENDLE-
I ERE WAITING FOR. PAST EXPERIENCES HAVE TAUGHT THEM THAT THE BAR-
IflAINS OF MORE THAN VALUE RECEIVED FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT HERE.
T,0NE N AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR WONDERFUL BARGAINS. IT WILL MORE
THAN PAY YOU.
Kid Glove Bargains
176 Eskay Kid Gloves in all col
ors and sizes. Evory pair warranted.
We are Pendleton's solo agents.
Special, fl.4!) pair.
The Mascot Kid Gloves
In all the leading shades, sizes 5Yt
to 714. Evory pair warranted. Spec
ial, $1.19 I'alr.
The Matchless 50c Lisle Hose
In black: run lasuioneu, mgn-
double sole. Special,
New Crush Leather Belts
Tho very latest fad In now colors
and new styles; 60c quality at 35c;
$1.00 quality at 74c.
Two Extra Shoe Specials
Tho Nordlca Shoo. A splendid
valuo for $3.50 pair, In bluchcr cut,
vlcl kid, fair stitch, wolt sole, patent
tip, military heel. A beauty. Sizes
2V6 to 7. Special, $2.30.
The Nordica Shoes
Hand sewed, turn sole, vlcl kid,
patent tip and counters, military
heel, sizes 2 to G. Cheap at $3.50.
' Special, $2.30.
Alexander Department Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
DELEGATES TO GRAND
LODGE OF MACCABEES.
Visitor From Idaho Has Returned
Home Gone to Kansas to Reside
Marriage of Sundqulst and Smi
ley Will Be Operated Upon at San
Francisco Epworth League Con
vention Severe Case of Tonsllitls.
GAINING H 11 E1
b I Fin i.
i MADE, K5fe
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
MISS AND WORKMANSHIP.
ifncali fora TRIUMPH, CI YNN
HT.Don't accept a substitute.il i
Disturbances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an individual dls
ordor of tho system. Overwork, loss
of sleep, nervous tension will be fol
lowed by uttor collapse, -unless a re
liable remedy Is Immediately em
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 arid neural
gia and expels malaria germs. Only
50c, and satisfaction guaranteed by
Tallman & Co., druggists.
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
Progress Costs Money.
The Baker City Herald magnani
mously endorses and reprints tho
Pendleton East Oregonian's editorial
which characterizes Boise as "A
Model Town." Property owners here
who havo put up their money for pub
lic improvements are not only re
Joying the conveniences thus secured
but have the satisfaction as well
that all over the country other munic
ipalities are pointing to this city ns
an example worthy of emulation.
Boise Capital News.
SPOKANE SCHOOL CENSUS.
Increase of 1,141 Scholars In the Past
When Superintendent Tormcy of
tho Spokane public schools looked
Over tho September reports from tho
different schools of tho first month's
attendance, ho predicted that It
would not bo more than throe or four
months before tho registration would
bo 1,000 In excess of last year's to
tal, says the Spokesman-Review.
How near that prediction was to
the fact may bo gathered from tho
following excerpts from (ho report
of Secretary Thomas of tho school
board, for tho month ending March
Total enrollment to date, a.GOO :
average number belonging for the
month, 7.94C; average dally attend
ance for the m&nth, 7,019; nverngo
per cent of attendance, flfi; total
number of tardics to date, 7,559;
total numbor of tardles for tho
month, 1,457; total number of
corporal punlehincnts, 12fi; total
number of suspensions, 39; total
number of visits by patrons, 2.9S9.
Comment as to comparisons Is
given thus: "Compared with the cor
responding month last year this re
port shows an incroaso of 9C0 in tho
enrollment, of 1,050 in tho average
number belonging for tho month, nnd
of 1,141 in the nvcrngo dally attend
ance for tho month.
1 wish to call attention to tho fact
that nlthought there Is an Increase
of but 960 m the enrollment, tho nv
erago dally nttendanco over last year
shows an increase of 1,141. This
TO CURE A COLD IN uNC DAY.
Tnke t.nnllve llrnmo Quinine TnMetn.
All driicclstd refund-tlio money If It fnlls
to euro. 13. W. drove's slgniituro on
rnrh Itnx 2!
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST.
a child a chair for his own use and his or hor own size, as
as ono for papa? if you want a hint on the many pieces of
lure wo Imu especially for children, come.
teraj011 arpet llouso of Pcndloton and we have raoro rat-
Selcct Irom "mn any othor place in Eastern Orogon.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Furniture and Carpets
IT IS FOR LADIES, TOO.
They Can Stop Their Hair Falllnc Out
Ladles who have thin hair and whose
hair Is falling out, can prevent the hair
falling out, and thicken the growth, with
Newbros Ilerplelde." Besides, Ilerpi-
cine is one or tho most agreeable hal
dressings there is. Ilerplelde kills tho
dandruff germ that eats tho hair oft n
tho root. After the germ Is destroyed,
tho root will shoot up, und tho hair grow
long as over. Even a sample will con
vinco any lady that Ncwbro's Ilerplctd
is an indlspcnsaulo toilet requisite. It
contains no oil or grease, It will not stain
or dye. Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c. In stamps for sample to The Herpl
ciue vo., jjolrolt, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent
' Peace Provokers and
often lio in tho bosom of a shirt, tho
curl of a collar. Henco, logically our
laundry promotes morality, in that
its output causes no complaint, but
soothes tho troublod spirits of men
accustomed to frayod odges .nd
crumpled bosoms. Why don't you
try this laundry for awhllo and "be
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINIMIS
I,eave orders at Neuman's
u Enjoy a Good Smoke?
UUE Of UMATJLLA
Iadc at.home. qet and "Pridc of Umatilla."
A. ROHDfc., MaKer
Let us fill your
bin with ....
OCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most e onomical fuel.
We are prepared jLo con
tract with you for your
winter's supply We tic
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.
Milton, March 22. Miss I.yda Nell,
who was formerly employed In the
telephone oinee, went to Walla Wal
la last night to assist Mr. K. L. Sinai
ley in Inking inventory of the stock
in tho Pioneer drug store.
Mrs. Mabel Chnstnin, grand chief
of the rtathbono Slstors, left yester
day on her ofllclnl visit to the Unth.
bone lodges. Sho will return about
tho first of May.
Harry llosonzwclg hns gone to the
forks of tho Walla Vnlla, where he
has accepted a position with tho
Washing nnd Oregon Tower Co.
John Cnrr, n mining man of Con
cord, Idaho, who has been hero visit
ing at tho home of J. L. Frnzler, re
P. F. Stokes, of Walla Walla, was
hero Saturdny and was a guest at the
homo of Prof. W. S. Mnyberry.
W. H. Craig and Mrs. Otto Vanan-
der left Sunday for Portland, where ,, . . ,, iLnm',
M, ,n .i,., 1 showt a great Improvement
nnd Ladles Grand Lodge of Macca
bees. Leonard Hobson left today for
Kansas, where ho will hereafter re
side. Ho will stop at Dixon, Wyom
ing, to visit his sister. Miss Lola, for
a snort time.
G. A. Winkler and N. W. Mumford
went to Pendleton this morning to
attend tho meeting of tho county
central republican committee.
Miss Delia Crlglcr, who is em
ployed as stenographer in County
Clerk Chamberlain's ofllco, hns re
turned to Pendleton after a visit
with her jtarents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Walter Gay, who has been attend
ing Columbia college, will leave for
hla home at Hcppner this afternoon.
Tho Epworth Leaguo missionary
convention will convene hero tonight
and continue until tomorrow night.
A dumber of delegates came In this
morning and more aro expected to
morrow. A number of prominent
speakers will bo present to assist in
Last night at the residence of the
bride's father, William Sundqulst, oc
curred the marriage of Mary Sund
qulst and Frank Smiley. Itov. A. J.
Adams, of tho Presbyterian church,
the contracting parties being pros
Operation for Appendicitis.
Henry Curtis, who has been suf
ferlng with an attack of appendicitis,
is greatly improved, nnd will leave
this afternoon for San Francisco
to havo an operation performed. His
sister. Miss VIetta Curtis, will ac
ill With Tonsllitls.
Mrs. J. N. Stone Is 111 and con
fined to her room with an attack of
Now spring shirts, Tho Boston.
THE PUBLC ENTITLED TO PRO
TECTION. Ostootnthy li "11 right In tho
linnds of nccredlted practitioners.
TIioihj nro numerous fakirs, claiming
to bo Osteopaths, who have nvcr
been Itmlilo nn Osteopathic college,
and do rot know the first prlncl'-les
of tho clenci. yet rail themselves
Osteopaths. This Is especially trno
In thoso slnto wiioro Osteopathy has
not been locnllml. and no examina
tions or registrations required, Tho
laws of every stato should establish
tho practice of Osteopathy upon n
high plane requiring Its exponents to
be regular graduates of recognized
Osteopathic Colleges, thus prevent
ing all others from calling them
You would not think of employing
tho service of n medical doctor who
was not educated In some standard
rnllnvf) of medicine and It is equally
Important, or even moru so with Os
teopathy, where tho benefit or euro
,i mi. . .i u ........ liumuij, iii-m; tuu ui u wi imu
.ed. Tho wedding was a very , , ( , rmovlnK
affair only a few relatives of ' v ,;nn Plainly see tho
Wants More Trlb.
L. F. Foster, San Francisco, Cal.,
Feb. 2nd, 1803, writes; "I'leaso find
enclosed draft for $10u.00. Bond mo
ono dozen treatments of 'Trlb.' Tho
druggists hero say ti.ey nave orders
In they can't get filled. Why is this?
I took Trib myself lust June and
never felt bettor in my llfo than I
do now, I havo gone down in weight
to 19G pounds and never think of
liquor or tobacco any more. I know
of 25 cures you could got referonco
from, if you caro to wrlto for them,
lie sure to send mo twelve Tribs at
once; I want to send them to Hono
Tullman & Co., local agents.
FINE FRUIT PROSPECT.
Washington Will Produce a Banne
Crop This Year,
'Indications aro that (lie statu of
Washington will produco the banner
fruit crop in its history this year.
In the fruit districts of the state
weather conditions woro never known
to be moro favorable. Not even lato
frosts will prove injurious to the
trees, becauso in certain parts of the
stato Yakima and Wenatcheo, for
Instance there has boeu lato snow
which has kept tho fruit buds back.
No llvo action is visible in tho or
chards of Yakima and Wenatcheo at
the present time, and it now seems
as if nothing could prevent tho or
chards yielding with a generosity
never before equaled."
Such is tho statement made to tuu
Walla Walla Statesman by State
Horticultural Commissioner A. Von
Holderbeke, who returned to his
homo after an absenco of 10 days
spent in tho orchards of tho eastern
part of the state. Ho visited Yakima,
Walla Walla, Wenatcheo and Spo
kano, and was impressed with condi
tions In each place.
Eight hour laws aro ignored by
thoso tireless, llttlo workers Dr.
King's Now Llfo Pills. Millions aro
always at work, night and day, cur-
ng lnuigostlon, biliousness, constipa
tion, sick headache and all stomach
livor and bowel troubles, Easy,
pleasant, safe, sure. Only 2Cc st
Tnllmuu & Co.'a drug store.
Ex-Prosldont Pollcarpo Ilonllln, of
Honduras, has been sontoucod to be
shot for plotting a rovolutiou against
the present administration.
nrr(iit v of nn Osteopath having u
thorough knuwledgu of anatomy,
physiology, pathology, surgery ami
nil branches taught In n regular med
ical school, except materia medlca
Instead of which he must under
stand tho principles and practice of
Osteopathy. To oblaln this educa
tion tho following named schools re
quire an attendance of four 'terms,
llvo months oach, nt lectures, recita
tions nnd in laboratories:
American School of Osteopathy,
American College of Osteopathy
unil Surgery, Chicago, III.
Massachusetts College of Osteopa
thy, Doatou. Mass.
Philadelphia College of
thy, Philadelphia. I'n
Atlantic College of
Southern School ot
S. H. Still CoIIhrc o
l)es Moines, Iowa.
Pacific College of Osteopathy,
Callfonrh College of OsttMipathy,
Ss'i Fruiclsco, Cul
Colorado College or Ontoopathy,
IJefore (oiiHiiltliig with a pumnn
claiming to bo an Osteoimlh, satisfy
yourself Hint lie is it grudunlo of one
of the n novo collenen, If you can't
got this Information otherwise, ad
dress a letter of inquiry to Dr. Irene
Howard Kills, Secretary Amerlr-un
Osteopathic Association. Ill Hunt
Ington Avenue, lloston, Mass . who
will cheerfully udvino you.
The Osteopaths whoso namex anil
addresses follow and now practicing
In tho state of Oregon, are known l
bo regular graduates from one of
tho above named schools:
Dr. L. Francos Thompson. I'endle
ton; Dr. L. Frances Thompson, Athe
nn; nr. Hugh is. I'oniana. Ainnny
Dr Phllo I . Stnrr, Albany; ur James
II. McGee, ABhlnnd; Dr. Celesta
Hicks, Astoria; Dr. John G. I!dllo,
Florence; Dr. F. U. Mooru, La
Grando; Dr. Hezzlo C. Moore, La
Grande; Dr. Herman J. Wilkins, Me
Minnvlllo; Dr. Clnudo D. Ijvo, uro-
sou City; Dr. McQuary, Milton i Dr,
11. N. Ilutler, Medford; Dr. Ilertha E.
Sawyer, Klamath Falls; Dr. It. S
Grufllc, Portland; Dr. O. Guich, Port
land; Dr. W. Christie, Portland; Dr,
M. Christie, Portland; Dr. William O
Flack, Portland; Dr. Arnold Llndsey,
Portland, Dr. Wm. .N. Northrop,
Portland; Dr. W. A. Kogers, Port
land; Dr. L. li. Smith, Portland; Dr.
Loroy Smith, Portland; Dr. Frank J.
Barr, Salem; Dr. Anna M. Barr, Sa
lem; Dr. Mury Schoottle, Salem; Dr.
J. E. Andorhon, The Dalles; Dr. H.
Adlx. Portland; Dr. L. Patterson
Portland: Dr. It. S. Johnson, Baker
The foregoing Information is given
In tho Interest of Genuine Osteopathy
and ns a defense ugalnst tho impos
tors. If you havo been so unfortu
nate ns to have boon treated by a
protonder, and failed to get relief
don't condemn Osuopathy for treat
ment by ono who If qualified proba
bly would have givon tho doslred ro
suits. Don't be Imposed upon.
Let us show
The latest and best.
A pure soap, finely perfumed.
Brock & McComas
The new stock
of J 904 patterns
is now in
E. J MURPHY
Massage, Halrdresslng and
Manicuring. Rooms 3 and 5,
over Martin's grocery. Leave
orders at Brock & McComas
drug store. The Oriental par
lors are In charge of Conala E.
Breyer, a graduate of Lola E.
Shaw's parlors, of Boise City,
Shampoo with Scalp Treat
ment, Shampoo wltlj Hair Curl
ing, Head Steaming for ladles
' nnd gentlemen,
It's our business to furnish
fuol, and wo huvo nothing but
Dry, sound wood, anil tho
celebrated Kcmmerer coal.
Prompt dulivury, reasonublo
Quccesior to Collier
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at 0 p. in. ltcturn xtiiue leaves Uklati
nt (1 . m , arrives at I'enrilcton B n. 111.
l'endleton to Uklali, $3 1 round trip
: I'enilleton to Albu. 7is r.n,,i
trip, $B. Pendleton to lttdse. $3: round
trip, f3.no. l'etullotait to Nye, $1.00 1
round trip, $2.C0. Pendleton to Pilot
ltaek, SI: round trln. si.Rn.
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