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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1904.
Woi&ii as Well as lies Are Male
Miserable by KMnej and
VlSOS mon for a child to be
UtfSttlr- bom afflicted with
SUITABLE COUNTY TICKET.
Kidney trouble pTcys upon the mind, CORRESPONDENT SUGGESTS
vigor and cheerful
ness soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or dis
eased. Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
weak kidnevs. If the
child nrinatestoooften, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if. when the child reaches an
age when it should be able to control the
passage, 't is yet afflicted with bed-wetting,
depend upon it. thecauseof thediffi
cuftv is kidney trouble, and the first
step" should be "towards the treatment of
. . . . -i-i . i ...
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as menaie made miser
able with kidnev and bladder trouble,
and both need the same peat remedy.
The mild and Itiie immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, m titty- re
cent and one-dollar gj5eaSf:5s
size bottles, von may
have a sample lxttle
by mail free, also a Hem c! 8nsp.Koc.
pamphlet telling alt about Swamp-Root,
including many of the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sufferers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, X. Y.. be sure and mention
this paper. Don't nuke any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
William Blakeley and Dr. W. G. Cole
for the Legislature W. D. Cham
berlain and Horace Walker for
County Commissioners Asks Per
tinent Question on County Poor
Farm and County Roads.
The new state of Oklahoma tOk
Ind. Ter.) will have live congress
men. The new state of Arizona
(New Mexico-Arizona i will have
General William H. Payne, who
commanded the famous Ulack Hore
Cavalry, Confederate, at the battle
of Bull Run. Is dead at Washington,
aged TS years.
The Standard Oil Company has
reduced Its quotations on all crude
oils the third cut of 3 cents each
since March 1. It is freezing out
competition from the new oil fields.
Albert Klrhy Fairfax, a native of
Maryland, has fallen heir to the for
tunes and titles of Lord Fairfax and
Baron Cameron, in England, and has
taken his seat In the houae of lords, j
The levees along the Ohio river In
Southern Indiana, have broken and
lOO.UflO acres of rich farming lands
are under water, and the coal mines
Hooded, throwing several thousand
men out of employment.
The retailers' trust In New York
City has advanced the price of coal
10 cents on the ton, and completed
arrangements for another advance
of 10 cents June 1. and still another
of 30 cents September 1.
"Industrial corporations" (trusts
pure and simple) of the United
States, paid dividends for March.
. ltHM. J2.3tiij.0o0 in excess of .March,
103, and J2.100.000 in excess of
Professor A. B. Arnold Is dead at
San Francisco. He was author of
several surgical treatises and was
one of the world's first authorities
on ancient Heb'raic and Arabic writ
ings and histories. He was 85 years
Thomas .Myberg, 19 years old, of
West Union. X. J had a leg and
arm amputated after they had been
mangled in an accluent. He posi
lively refused to take an anaesthet
ic, and actually joked with the sur
geons while the operation progressed.
Israel Rivers, a pioneer of Oregon,
died on Eagle creek. Baker county,
Tuesday, aged 70 years.
The first carload of shingles ever
exported by Portland, left that city
Tuesday for Salt Lake. It consisted
of 450,000 cedar shingles.
A company has been organized at
Wilbur. Wash., for the purpose f
building an egg storage plant- The
first plant will hold 24,000 dozen.
The bountiful rains that have
visited Southern California this
week, came too late to help the
growing crops, which were already
Horses in many parts of Willam
ette valley are Infected with mange.
and one herd of five at Mollalla, .was
ordered killed by the state veterln
Neither the bakers nor the leath
erworkers of Portland have settled
tneir strikes yet, ana there is a
strong prospect of both unions los
ing their fights.
A masked highwayman attempted
to hold up the Packwood lodging
house, at Baker City, on Tuesday
morning. He was foiled by a wait
ress who gave the alarm before he
Weston. March 30. (To the Edi
tor.) I see everybody is talking pol
itics, but nobody seems to be any
where near the actual facts and
needs of the situation in Umatilla
In the first place. If the newspa
pers knew the truth. It would be a
breach of journalistic etiquette '.o
1. 1 r a 1 1 1 , I n 1 .. 1 t , I
lull li. mm it luc iuiiuv;iaua mm it
always, they would have no jobs, so
the people must guess at conclu
sious between the lines, and figure
out their own salvation.
In the first place, there Is about
as much need for two sets of nomi
nees for the county offices In "Uma
tilla county, as there Is for two talis
on a dog. If the people had the
nominating power and could name
a set of officials who would suit
them, one ticket would be all that is
necessary this year.
George Hartman is the unanimous
choice for county Judge again; Hor
ace Walker and W. D. Chamberlain
would make a good pair of county
commissioners, nnd William Blake
ley and Dr W G. Cole would repre
sent the county cleanly. Intelligently
ajid satisfactorily in the legislature.
Til Taylor has only had the sher
iffs office one term, and has made
such an able and efficient official
that everybody agrees that Til
should have It again. The same rule
applies to Folsom as county record
er. who will be elected again in spite
of anything that can be done, as
will E. J. Sommerville. who is the
logical and proper candidate for
Tt don't make any difference what
the politics of these officials are.
they are efficient, 'able and honest.
and suit the people. It is just as
sensible to ask what their religion
Is. or what the color of their hair.
as to ask their politics, when every
bony knows them and can trust
As to the assessor there Is but
I one choice in the county. Go out
and ask the farmers who have seen
the railroad pay Its proper share Jt
the taxes this year, who should be
assessur. There would be but one
man named in answer, and that is
the present assessor. C. P. Strain.
Jim Gwinn could go to the legis
lature If he wasn't so busy. He's
handsome enough, and wants the
place bad enough, but he's too busy
to take It.
Douglas Belts would make an effi
cient commissioner, and G. W. Lins
ner is mentioned, but It would be
difficult to get .a better business pair
together than Horace Walker and
W. D. Chamberlain. They know the
routine of county affairs, nnd would
work together for the best interest
of the county.
Tom Halley has the moral support
of all the thinking and law-abiding
people in the county, and must be
kept in office one more term, to keep
tne gambling fraternity on the run
and the church people cannot afford
to lose his aid right now when they
are making the best advance stey in
the history of the county.
If L. G. Frazler wants to be coun
ty clerk, or If W. T. -igby wants
that office, let either one of them
have it. They cannot afford to quit
a good paying business to take it.
but if they have the itch, let them
scratch on the county fence cor-
A. D. SUllman. city.
F. W. Walte, San Francisco.
F. Roe. Xew York.
J. W. Sidles, Spokane.
W. H. Clubb, San Francisco.
J. F. Stover, Walla Walla.
C .H. Pearson. Minneapolis.
D. S. Green. Portland.
J. W. Morrow. Portland.
W. W. Rice, Walla Walla.
W. W. Powell, Tacoma.
Sam D. Stoy. Portland.
R. B. .May. Walla Walla.
A. E. McBreen, Portland.
F. M. Bell. Portland.
W. H. Feamley, Portland.
C. Ades. Spokane.
W. J. Moore, Spokane.
George Stevens. Spokane.
R. Jones. Echo.
C. H. Bingham. Seattle.
M. Abrahamson. Portland.
M .J. Maloney. St. Joe.
O. W. Xichols. Denver.
L. Charles, San Francisco.
S. B. Hamll, Chicago.
C. B. Harden. Augusta.
William Xeubauer. Portland.
W, A. Moody. The Dalles.
F. B. Holbrook, Irrigon.
J. R. Flynn, Portland.
G. S. Youngman, Portland.
E. B. Coman, Portland.
C. E. Walters and wife. Portland
George T Williams. Portland.
Hotel St. George.
W. B. Williamson. Pomeroy.
J. O. Vnssor. Pomeroy.
B. G. Pitts, Butte.
A. E. King. Portland.
C. Appelhoff. Dajton.
J. M. Wilioughby. Cambridge.
A. J. Hall and wife. Baker City.
Ralph Conrad, Baker City.
Mose .Meyers. Portland.
George T. Coyne. Portland.
I Eugelhauser, Portland.
A. Peters. Seattle.
F. Weiden. Portland.
Harry Jackson. Portland.
Will M. Peterson. Portland.
L. L. Osborn, Portland.
J. C. Epplnger. -uicago.
J. C Currie. Portland.
P. A. Hamilton. Fossil.
William Dunn. Portland.
W. W. Bonney. Ellensburg.
Morse Taylor. Weston.
F. H. White and wife. city.
J. C .Lonergan. Seattle.
J. H. Driscoll. Sioux City.
R. P. Wellington. Seattle.
James E. Foy. San Francisco.
R. L. Webb. Walla Walla.
Carl Hansen. California.
J. Petree. Sunnyside.
J. S. Cunningham. Portland.
Ralph B. Wade. city.
Ben L. Burroughs, city.
Carl Cooley. city.
W. M. Modena. Helix.
C. Y. Daniel, city.
L. E. Hukill, Starbuck.
J. M. Lightfoot anc wife. city.
J. S. Gulliford and wife. city.
Mrs. J. H. Himes, Spokane.
.Miss Dela Pefferle. Ontario.
Mrs. A. Case. Rochester.
D. F. Carnes, Salem.
F. C. Welchj Salem.
A. F. Gallaway. Weiser.
Guy Galloway. Weiser.
J. E. Strahl and family. Missouri.
J. Warllne and family. Missouri.
C. Warllne. .Missouri.
J. L. Ward, Missouri.
J. B. Eddy. Portland.
W. R. Williams. Portland
THIS IS THE WEEK WHEN NEARLY EVERY WOMAN WILL, he PLANNING HER EASTE8 I
COSTUME, AND WE ARE GOING TO MAKE A SPECIAL SALE OF SUCH GOODS AND FURNISH.!
INGS AS WOMEN DELIGHT TO WEAR ON EASTER SUNDAY. WE HAVE DECIDED TO MAKE A
FREE GIFT WITH SEVERAL IMPORTANT LINES, SUCH AS THE FOLLOWING:
FREE with each TAILOR-MADE SUIT, a nice LACE COLLAR.
FREE with each ladies' dress SKIRT, a good BELT.
FREE with each SHIRT WAIST, a NECK RIBBON or SASH PIN.
FREE with each dress pattern of 50c and 60c DRESS GOODS, a fine pal.- of SILK COVES.
FREE with each dress pattern of 75c and $1.00, a yard or better dress goods, a pair of fintl'
guaranteed KID gloves.
FREE with each $2.00 SILK WAIST PATTERN .a nice 25c COLLAR.
See our special display of Millinery for Easter.
LACES, RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES, NICE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. SILK UNDERSKIRTS, LACE
HOSIERY AND, IN FACT, EVERYTHING TO MAKE UP A COMPLETE, STYLISH OUTFIT, WILL BE
FOUND HERE AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES THIS WEEK.
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.
Thinxs Trib a Good Remedy.
B. F. Gray, Portland. Oregon, July
10th, 1902, writes: "I believe your
s them headed south now and 1 ,rem,ed' fr the llquor and tobacco,;
a blessing to the community. ?.ab't Trlb' a E0d one. I took the
le church people cannot afford ! KeTe and it cost me J150. I ! :
think Trlb is honestly the best cure '
of the two. If I ever can be of any I J
assistance to you, let me know. I
consider yon have done much for
Tallman & Co., local agents.
Four Thousand Sheep Sold.
G. W. Hunt who has been winter
feeding about 4.00U head of sheep
on his ranch near foster, has sold
attle. and the latter went to the
ranch this morning to look over the
band and get It ready for shipment
This is the first big sheep sale that
has been made for some time In this
part of the country
We have some propositions in
real estate which ore worth your
time to investigate. Come In . and
talk them over with us.
E. T. WADE & SON,
Office In E. O. Building. 'Phone
Block. 1111. p. o Box 324.
ners ior a couple years. They are .i . . , , ' .
nfLm i' .Ca? fi.Bht " 0I". the Frye-Bruhne Company, of Se
araong themselves in their conveu- , nnrt th i.t,.r ..,
Poor Farm and Good Roads.
How about the poor farm. any.
way? Has It been a paying invest
ment for the county? ihe peopie
have paid out their hard cash for ;t,
and would like to know something
of It We "hayseeds" are also in-'
terested in good roads, and would
like to see some permanent improve
ments to county roads, instead of the
annual repairs, done with
dust which washes out
with the first spring rain.
It Saved His Leg.
P. A. Danforth of La Grange, Ga
suffered for six months with a fright
ful running sore on his leg, but
writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
alkali wholly cured It In five days, For ul-
regularly , cers. wounds, piles. It's the best salve
m the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer is desired, Welnhard's al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Welnhard's
beer is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined.
Peter Mendernach is distributor for Pendleton and it will si
ways be found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold storage.
Of all Description j
Sash, Doors r VfaSm
Made to order. Bcitdiag
paper, lime, cement, brii
and sand, wood gutters bt
barns and dwellings a sp-
Alta St, Opp. Court Hobk
GAINING CAM C
If the county can afford It. the 25 cents. Sold by Tallman & Co..
country people would like to see druggists.
some rock road built, leading to thel '
county seat. The lane near thel The members of the Japanese vll-
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
till . tt C
nrayouainra KIUMPH. FIYNN&CO
ut-in.uuMidcccpia5uosmutc.il " i
Pninflnr c 11c f)ir flflfi
.We make a specialty of fram'j
ing pictures. Newest sioui
WWrrT I m
county linage on the Umatilla river 'age at the St. Louis fair passed i
ai me nospuai is a irtghttul piece of mrougn me 1'ortland custom house
road, and should be improved er on Tuesday morning.
aoanuonea at once These matters
THE PEOPLE ALL
must oe met by the next county
court as It can get to them, and ire
tar more important to thp imr.'
ere. than the politics of the county CtUd, git r. XrkiV.
officials. Yours respectfully. I llerpleldt.
O. BUTTINSKI. ThIs wrd of late has been In
. ones mouth, and many are wonderlns
Southern Indiana Teachers. 'w ,he wor1 "en'", though no one
'n'"ana0."?' Ind" March 0.- nV'ttat
ouuren oi ueiegaies and vis tors are Well for ih infnr..!.,, . .
fhrrh'iSf,hf0r theanm,al meet,ne of
the Southern Indiana Teachers' As. thin, we would ., i
sociatlon, which will be held here means, a destroyer or killer of ltm.
for three days, heel Now "Herpes" Is the fumllv n.n,. .
Indlananolls is nutolilo tho disease caused by various
of the association, but the assocla- ,"?',A,,!lni"ar rnlcrobe dan
tlon found that there was no hall or ttL '! "?klp; "S J.am r; thU
auditorium In Southern Ji'aim k&SSS.
largo enough to accommodate ihe hair crows, sold h iAS .JL .he
meeting so It was decided to hold Send 10c In stamps for sampla to Th.'
It here. It Is expected that nearly. ""Tlcide Co,, Detroit stich.
t BICYCLE DOCTORS!'
If your wheel la ailing consult 7 1
3.000 teachers will attend the gath
Carl Antonson. a Swedish sailor,
committed suicide at Seattle Tues
day, by hanging himself.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent
MERRILL TYPEWRITER CO.. le. 7 Poit L.
SuppliM ... Rtnting ... Eiprt Repairing
us. tveireai ine wont wheels 1 f
and r store them to health. Out 1
bicycle hospital at 311 Court T !
oicvb is uumiinc buu etjuippeu v
with the latest appliances.
Gorden & Edmisten
Bicycle Doctors t I
All Kinds of Light Repairing T
m m m M m m . . " I
Good, eight-roomed house In splen
did condition. Eight lots, good bare
and orchard. Good fence and new
sidewalk. Water piped all over
house and garden. Good well. Very
desirable property. Apply to GUB
iA FONTAINE, at French Restaur
Every stamp (requirement supplied
Monday, class night Wednes
day and Saturday, classes from
7 to 9 o'clock. Socials from 9
Children's Matinee, Saturday,
JC. C. SHARP
I Opera Houte BIocK
53,000.00 S room, 2 story,
house, and lot 50x100.
$1,70008 Room, i
good cellar, woodshed, P
and city water Easy tn
$600.001 Vacant lot. a
2,000 7 room 2 story kJ"J;
A rooms each Ijxi- .
room, rock cellar
92504)0 1 vacant lot
Merchants Protective j
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orders at Tentscu's.