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DA'LY EAST 0REG0NIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1904.
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UMATILLA THE BEST
The Great white exposition ot 1904
At the Alexander Department Store
CHARLES OGILVY HAS SEEN
MANY OTHER LANDS.
For the Past 40 Years Has Been a
Happy Resident of This County
and Thinks It the Best County
Under the Sun Reminiscent
Sketches of Cirly L'rr.iill'a Plsrv
On Special Sale Tuesday and Wednesday
Muslin Underwear for AVomen Mammoth displays of newest
styles in great variety at powerfully low prices. Every new and
desirable styles imaginable. Chemise, drawers, corset covers,
night gowns and petticoats.
ALEXANDER DEPARTMENT STORE
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YOUNG WIFEHOOD &
nn.Tnv M iss.. 1.12 Shnwmnt Atc. Oct. 23. 1902.
After I had been married about four months I felt my
Iraltbcraerallv decline. 1 seemed to lose the light step
. . n . " . i ir
lad ara?eea wearily aionp insieaa. luyappeuie laura mc
ai I lost health and strength. I was nervous and had
ihooting pains through my limbs and stomach while bear
er down painB and constant headaches added to my misery.
He menstrual flow became more and more profuse and 1
tu unfit to attend to my daily duties. My husband called
f.fMA diffimint nlivirMna And T tniV Annnrrh tllpdlfMnfl til
MMUtV lt.UL.l-... J' ...... wv. -
K3 nr rnn rlnwn women, but it nil had no effect on me whatever, until i
took Wine of Cardui. In a few days I felt a change for the better, my geii
eil health improved and at the next time of my periods my flow was more
utaral ami I was in less pain. Graduallylrecoveredmyhealthand6trength
sad sm now in perfect health. I take an occasional dose of Wine of Cardui
which keeDS me well.
I am happy to gir
jra this endorsement.
President, Back Bay Womn'i Club.
Why don't you try for the same health Mrs. Ricker has? Jt is easy to
"cure if you take Wine of Cardui according to directions. Wine of Cardui
rtiengthens weak and worn-out women of any age and assists the mother and
Koiwwifetobear her exacting duties. Wine of Cardui makes women fit
for all the duties of womanhood.
ltwill relieve the' pains of irregularity, cures falling of the womb,
Ieucorrbua, ovarian troubles, and has been known to remove what phy;
siaans coujidred dangerous tumors. Women who use Wine of Cardui
jlo not ruffw at the monthly periods. They do not suffer hysterical attacks,
wcaiue Wine of Cardui gives them strong nerves freed from the irritation
A tl.OO bottle of Win of Cardui purchased from your druggist
ul kttp you free from pain.
ALBA NEWS NOTES
PAST MONTH HAS BEEN
HARD ON LIVESTOCK.
Snow Is From Twelve Inches to Two
Feet Deep Nearly All the Live
stock Has Been Taken From the
Dixie Ranch Most of the Horses
Are Hackneys Death of a Young
Boy Returned From Minnesota.
By a child a chair for his own use and his or her own size, as
e" as one i0T papa? if you want a hint on the many pieces of
UrnUBre We have especially for children, come
terns3"" ' carpet uouse of Pendleton and we have more rat
8 l select rrora than any other place In Eastern Oregon.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Furniture and Carpets
Alba. March 2S. The weather has
been stormy all this month, and the
hardest on stock of any during the
winter. The ground Is now covered
with snow all the way from 12 to
24 Inches deep. Stock so far are In
J. C Clemmer left this morning
with about 30 head of the Dixie
ranch horses belonging to the Wade
estate. They are mostly Hackney
stock and will be placed on the horse
market In Pendleton, for sale to the
highest bidder. This, wtlh the ex
ception of a few colts, leaves the
Dixie ranch bare of stock.
Orvel McGafflc, 5 years old, son of
William McGafflc, died here March
21, and was burled In Vklah ceme
tery. All the hay on the Hlmble estate
sold last week at $12 per ton.
C. E. Hoover of Pendleton, Is here
looking after his Interests.
D. Minskey, who has made three
trips In the past 15 years to Minne
sota, is back here agalt).
K. H, Dixon and wife of los An
geles, have sold to Charles Klshrnan
of this city for $1,260. all of lot 12
In Mock 183, In the reservation addition.
Charles Ogllvy, of Pilot Rock, is
one of the old-timers of Umatilla
county. In conversation with a rep
resentative of the East Oregonlan,
recently, he said:
"I have traveled considerable,
nnd been In ninny lands, but do you
know that when all said nnd done,
and the pros nnd cona of each place
weighed. 1 believe California' Gulch
Is as pleasant a place to live as any
that I have seen on God's footstool.
I have about a thousand acres of uM
nice rolling farm lnnd here as Ilea
out of doors.
"What lands have 1 seen? Well, 1
started from Scotland wnen I was a
lad nnd went to the Shetland Isles.
After n few years In the Shetland
Islands 1 got to pining for old Scot
land and a Scotch lass that I fell
fond of so I went back to my old
"Well, my lass and I fixed It up
and when the dominie had tied us
hard and fast In the auld kirk, wo
took ship and went to New Zealand
We lived there a few years, our next
stopping place being the Fiji Islands.
"As this place dl not appeal jo
us wo went to the Sandwich Islands
which were not much more to our
liking. Here we got letters from
'Dundee Will.' His name was Wll
Ham Ilcld. Ho was a great stock'
man. nnd he, with William Ladd
were the first Importers of pure-bred
stock into Multnomah county. Ho
wrote us glowing letters of the
chances in the Oregon country.
"One of the old Hudson Day fac
tors, named BIrney, who had a dona
tlon land claim on tho Columbia
river, at Cathlamet, had died leav
lug his wife, who was a squaw, in
charge of the place. Hied got uie
the job of manager of her ranch. I
made considerable money thcro
during 1SG7, but 'farthest Holds
are alwayB green,' and I had heard
there was to be some fine lands on
the Indian reservation In Umatilla
county thrown open for settlement,
so I came to Umatilla landing.
"At Umatilla I met a pleasant
young man named ijee Moorhoiiso,
who was clerking there In a store.
He had been married but a short
time, and his wife and my wife were
soon quite chummy. Ho owned u
bouse in Pendleton, which 1 a little
later rented. My wlfo living in
Pendleton, while I went nut to work
for William Ross, a big sheepman
here at the Itock.
"Those were gren days to make
money In the sheep business. Hush
used to get $50 for a pure-blood
Merino buck, nnd It but a lamb. The
rangps were not crowded, there was
plenty of grass and It was no trick
to make money In the sheep busi
ness then. I could have been a rich
man If I could have left Scotch
whisky alone, but finally I bad the
good sense to cut out the acquaint
ance of John IJnrlcyrnru and I have
done well ever since.
'I have a nice little hunch of cat
tle, and a good farm, while my wi e
and I have H children, nil of them
alive and well, hut one boy died n
few montliB since. I have been here
nearly 40 years, anil while Eastern
Oregon, taken by the broad mid
large. Is a good country. I think L'mu
t ilia county Is the king pin of them
Peace Provokers and
often He In the bosom of a shirt, the
curl of a collar. Hence, logically our
laundry promotes morality. In that
Us output causes no complaint, but
soothes tho troubled spirits of men
accustomed to frayed edges . nd
crumpled bosoms. Why don't you
try this laundry for awhile and "b
"UU"J A HUPEnrnn
BYERS BEST FLOUR
---yTeStandard of Excellency. 5
ENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W S Byew, Proprietor. 5
LtliV. th. r .
I "n8 ovr inn t, " w0nln of flee Lam hllnHi. f i.ewsDner,
does for the stom
ach that which It
Is unable to do for
Itself, even if but
supplies the natural
lulces of digestion and
does the work of the
stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while
tho Inflamed muscles
and membrane of that
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the stom
ach and dlgestl ve organs.
In the sky comes
the star ol neann
to the weak and
Iwr DmIw Caa Sapl Tm.
BotUM onlr. Jt.00 SUa holdlnr 3H nmu
th trtil flf. wklcb sells for 0c
AWN! hy C C.NVITT 4 CO. CHCMfc
Fined for Unlawful Fishing.
I This morning Andrew I'ouhim r
and Charles Fisher were each fined
$25 and costs by Judge Huffman lor
violating the gume law Saturday
afternoon name warden Morse w.is
; Informed that Peasner and I'IbIi
' wore fishing In Ycllowhawk ere-
and he Immediately went nut to In
vostlgnto. After following up un
down the stream for some time lie
found tho two men and Cora Wilson
a notorious character about town
eating dinner in a lent near Hie
race track on the bank of Garrlwm
creek. Tho men denied that they
had violated the law and said (lui
the fish had been left with them ,y
,a farmer residing near by
Of late there has been u lar,(
amount of trout sold about the city
by men and boys nnd Game Warden
Morse says that he Is not going to
stop with this case, but he will proH
ecnto very person that he finds
that 1b violating tin- law Walla
We offer One UDndrtd Dollars Itcward
for aujr ras of itarrti ttjut can not t
cureu ny uaiin i alarm cure.
K. J. CUKNICY . CO.. Toledo. O.
, the undiTiilgui-d. bate koowD V. J.
Clieoey lor tlif taut in jmn, and bellere
him perfectly honorablr in all buslnnui
tmiuaciionn and ftnantlallr able to carry
out any obligation made bj their nrm.
WIIHT 4. TltUAX, Wbol,ale UrunststJ,
WAMJIKO. KIN.YAN & MAKVIN. Wbole-
unle Ilrugglats, Toledo, O.
Hall' Caturili Cure la talu-o Internally,
actinic directly upon the blood and mucous
uuriart-s or ,tue ystem. TtatlmoDlals
aent free. If Ice 75c ft bottle. Bold by
Halls Kainlly 11I1 are the best
WHEN SICK GET CURED
lly a man who will thoroughly understand your ailment. No ruogs
work or experimenting, but r. sure cure when euro Is possible. And
that means hundreds of cases deemed incurable by American doc
tors. 1 understand the medical qualities of roots, herbs, harks and
berries unknown to other practitioners.
DR. WING LEE
Ohi' oso Physician, 200 Burnstde Street, Portland, Oregon
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Doctors treated him, but grow
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He Is now sound and well." Every
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GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
Henry A. llogardiiH, a famous
tramp telegrpaher, In dead at Chi
cugo. He is said to have crossed thu
continent cnHt and west and from
Mexico City to Munltolm more than
a hundred times.
W. C. MINNIS
Ieavu orders at iNeuman s
Planters and Stock Breeders.
Lafayette. I a., March 30, The
Louisiana Htate Agricultural Society
and stock IJreeUera' Association
gan a two days' convention here to
day An Interesting and instructive
program has been arranged, which,
with the representative character r.f
the attendance, gives promise of one
of the most successful meetings of
the kind ever held in the state.
Der hardest ding abould saving
It is Fine
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J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention glvan and all
work azaeutad properly.
Blsetrleal Supplies of all kinds
OFFICE 121 WKST COURT ST.
Be-t 25 cunt Meitl In tho City
Priviitti UlnliiK PutIutb
Elegant FtirnlHlioil Rooms In
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of those with oyo troubles this adver
tisement Is Inserted, n
It Is our huslnoss to malto eyo
tests, prescribe n euro for defc'ctlvo
sight and to provide tho nocessary
EYEGLASSES OR 8PECTACLES.
For tho test of tho prescription we
charge nothing If glasses aro or
dered here and for tho glasses our
prices aro only reasonable.
Wo make u complete examination.
using tho best of the late improved
Jeweler and Optician
6old by Tallman A
money Is to stop spending It.