East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 23, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1904.
Women's Headaches
542 1-2 Congress Street.
t 1'wiTi.XlfD. Oct. 17, 1902.
i ....iV Win, nf dardui MitVTinr in linrdnr.
V ter't medicine I ever used and I know whereof I
i neak. 1 suffered for nine monuis with suppressed
menstruation which completely prostrate me.
Tain would shoot through my back and side and 1
woSId have blinding headaches. My limbs would
swell up ana i wouiu icei so wens i coum noi
stand up 1 naturally felt discouraged for I
seebied beyond the help of physiciansbut Wine
of Carduf'came as a God-send to me. 1 felt a
change for the better within a week. After nine
teen davs- treatment I menstruated without suf
fering .'agonic I usually did and soon became
regular anu wiuiuui imui.
Wine of Cardui is simply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffer
ag women knew of its good qualities.
TrtMurer, Portland E'onomle ljue.
1,,ii,.( . the danger signal of coming disease. Both men and,'
Hf .nto hwdaches. but periodical headache falls onlv to the lot of
oatI1 W m the unerring sicn of irregular menstruation and bcarine down
women an - prostrated by nine months of suppressed menses, blinded
J?5' aJ and' racked with pain Mrs. Snow was made a strong .and
V tftrwwST Remember with Wine of Cardui no case is hopeless
tl l. this irrrat remedv cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty
-TVnd never fails to 'benefit a easo of irregular menses, bearing down 1
tnr -iv female weakness. If you are discouraged and doctors have
Put trv" Wine of Cardui, and try it now. Remember that headaches
fsiiw. IT) welknpsS. Secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui today
"! dricpistTsell 1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
INECARDUI
SHEARING
PRICES
u
Business Chances
ONE DRUG STOR .w. sale
it whatever stocl; invoices.
Approximately J2.000.00. Busi
ness iasr year amounted to
ever scih ' ' ins is a spifcu
d;i eprr' in.fv to buy a good,
tro:atie business
Ais" WELL ESTABLISHED
BUSINESS centrally loceted
v wha'ever stock Invoices,
en! a sma" additional sum
(or he good will of the busi
sess Business of last year
amounted to $1C,5C0. Has a
lease of four years on the
.cding in
Merchants Protective
Agency
Despaln Building, Room 43,
Telephone Black 1161.
Are You a Dyspeptic?
If you are a dyspeptic you owe it
to yourself and your friends to get
well. Dyspepsia annoys the dyspep
tic's friends because his disease
sours his disposition as well as his
stomnch, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will
not only cure dyspepsia. Indigestion
and sour stomach, but this palatable
reconstructive tonic dlgcstant
strengthens the whole digestive ap
paratus, and sweetens the life as
well as the stomach. When you
take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the food
you eat Is enjoyed. It Is digested,
assimilated and its nutrient proper
ties appropriated by the blood and
tissues. Health is the result. Sold
by Tollman & Co.
' Catholic State Convention.
I Richmond. Ind.. April' 23. Many
delegates and visitors are arriving
in Richmond for the state convention
of tho St. Joseph League of Catholic
organizations, which will begin a
two days' session tomorrow. The
league Is composed of the German
benevolent societies of the German
Catholic diocese of Indiana.
niiimtimx At one g)01 ln tjje Sullivan & Kel-
;.: .vnvsi'APKRR to put under le' ditch, near Reno. Nev.. five men
!rwt. on shelves, walls or for wrap- have been found dead at different
k rsrr'cn. Old newspapers ln large times within the past four months.
It?!!, nf Iftfl enrli nt nttit, kttnHI. ...... . ...
5 EAST OltrGONM AS office, I'endie- Au "d been murdered, out no two
h iirfron i in exactly me same manner.
SHEARERS UNION SENDS
OUT 1904 SCHEDULE.
Prices In Oregon to Be 7 Cents Per
Head Straight With Board, or 8
Cents and Shearers Board Them
selvesMontana and Wyoming
Prices '8 and 9 Cents Two Strings
for Buck Fleeces.
TM Bast Oresonlan Is In receipt
of the following letier from It. C.
Smith, secretary or the Sheepshear
era I'nion. giving tho prices fixed for
shearing for the season of 1904 In
the Northwest states;
Butte. April 22. (To the Editor.)
There have been so many Inquiries
from outside parties regarding our
scale of prices adopted last August
at our convention In Butte, that wc
believe you will find them a matter
of interest to your readers, and will
bo conferring a favor on those w .o
have made such inquiries by pub-,
llshing the same
I am Inclosing herewith a copy of
our scale of prices tor the season of
1904. covering the states of Montana,
Wyoming. Idaho. Washington and
Oregon, and if they are of use to'
you ns a matter of news, you are at
liberty to use them.
Respect fully,
11. C. SMITH
Secretary-Treasurer Hand and Ma
chine Sheepshearors' Union.
The scale of prices Is as follows:
Montana and Wyoming.
Minimum prices for the season of
j 1904 in the states of Montana and
I Wyoming Fhall be as follows:
Eight cents per head straight and
'board: or 9 cents per head straight
! without board, for yearlings, ewes
'and 2-year-old wethers.
Nine cents per head straight and
board; or 10 cents per head straight
without board, for wethers 3 years
and older.
Bucks to be two strings for each.
Shearers to pay nothing for tying
, wool.
j Shearers at all times to have the
privilege of boarding themselves.
Employers to have the privilege of
furnishing machines and repairs, but
: where shearers furnish machines and
I repairs, all prices shall be one-half
cent per head higher than given
above.
j loaho,
i Minimum prices for the season of
1 1904 in the sta- of Idaho shall be
as follows:
Seven cents pi-r head straight and
board; or S cents per head straight
without board, for yearlings, ewes
and 2-year-old wethers.
Eight cents per head straight and
(board, or 9 cents per head straight
without board, for wethers 3 years
nnu older.
Prpyldod' thnt in . . .
Public Corrals
Minimum prices shnlt bo 7 cents per
head straight and board; or 9 cents
per head straight wlinout board, for
yearlings, ewes and 2-year-old weth
ers. Eight cents per head straight and
board; or 10 cents per head straight
without board, for wethers 3 years
and older.
Bucks to be two strings for oneh.
Shearers to pay nothing for tylus
wool.
Shearers at all times to havo tho
privilege of boarding themselves.
Employers to havo tho privilege of
furnishing machines and repairs; but
where shearers furnish machines and
repairs, nil prices shan bo one-half
cent per head higher than glveu
above.
Washington and Oregon,
Minimum prices for the season of
1904 ln tho stntes of Washington and
Oregon shall bo as follows;
Seven cents per aead Btralght nnd
board; or S cents per head straight
without board, for yearlings, owes
and 2-year-old wethers.
Eight cents per head straight and
board; or 9 cents per head straight
without board, for wethers 3 years
and older.
Bucks to bo two strings for each.
Shearers to pay nothing for tying
wool.
Shearers at all times to have tho
privilege of boarding themselves.
Employers to havo the privilege of
furnishing machines and rdpalrs; but
where shearers furnish machines nnd
repairs, all prices shall be one-half
cent per head higher than given
above.
PAQE, FIVE.,
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THE PORTRAIT GRAFTERS.
Athena Man Gives an Insolent Ven
dor His Just Dues.
The Athena Press tells the follow
ing story of one of the portrait
urafters, which the East Oregonlan
has taken occasion to "roast" sever
al times within the past two months;
"There is a foxy vendor of en
larged pictures going around with an
enlarged head. The enlargement of
the said vendor's head is duo to tho
hard milling (1st of Charles Brother
ton, the big, huBky farmer up the
flat. If reixirts are true the foxy
picture man 'reached and got his.'
It Is said that this parttcualr Indi
vidual is not only obnoxious to an
aggravating degree, but has a patron
izing way about him that Is particu
larly annoying, especially to women.
"Out at Brotherton's two of these
picture fiends called Monday eve
ning to leave some work that had
lieen ordered hv Ed Brothorton of
1 Vansyclo. Mrs. Charles Brotherton
would not receive the pictures for
tho reason that the men wanted pay
ment, until Ed Brotherton had In-
I I IU II
Pleased
Customers
i ij
Are nil who get their miltn of u'n,
Wo represent tho largest tailoring
establishment In tho country.
We want you to toko advantage of
tho ofTer wo rnnko ns you will' 61
a moro satisfactory ault and nt'lesa'
cost than you over did boforat .
You Rolect tho cloth you llko and
tho suit is mndo to your own rhdaV
uremeut. A gunrantoo of perfect!
nnd best workmanship at a low
price.
JOERGER, THE TAILOR
126 WEST COURT STREET. NEW MILARKEY BUILDIbpI
t a -A i
spected them. They flnnlly returned
to town but not until they hod wor
ried Mrs. Brotherton considerably
over the matter.
"Tuesdny Charley found It con
venient to plow tho gnr'den and was
at home when tho mini again showed
up. Tho foxy one got busy and Inti
mated that Charles had' promlse'd' to
receive nnd pay for tho pictures, re
gardless of Inspection byEd Broth
erton. "Well It wasn't long before there
was something working against tho
fellow's face with tho forco orn cy
clone. Anil when Charles got through
with him ho was willing to say that
he had a plenty nhd the pictures
went with him when he left."
Notice to Contractors.
On and beforo April 28th, the ex
ecutive board of tho Eastern Oregon
State Normal School will receive,
sealed bids for grading Normal
school grounds nnd Inylng concrete
walk.
Plans nnd specifications may bo
seen nt tho Normal School building,
Weston, Oregon.
Tho executive board reserves tho
right to reject any or nil bldB. Ad
dress R. Alexander, chairman exec
utive board, Pendleton, Oregon,
I'ondloton, April 18, 1904.
Sowing a crop of tares moans har
vesting n crop of tears.
Notice to Breeders
.. ii.
Alton' I, nt F"r,'aislor'8 ra'ncl, pnn
mllo. south of city on Tutullla and nt
Dutch 'Henry food' ynnl. - -
Sulllvnn. Mondays, Tuesdays and'
Wednesdays nt John Crow's ranch;
eight miles southeast of I'ondloton;
and balance of week except Sunday
nt Dutch Horiry'H feed yard.
Altpn l ls.fnlj, bjother of Che;
halls, 2:044. sire, Altnmont, dnm
Tecorn, by C. M. Clay. Jr. Term,
$20 to Insure. ;
Sulllvnn, puro-bred Clydo. weigh
ing about 1.800 pounds.. Terms, Jli
to Insure ; $10 for season. "
For further particulars, Inquire or
Frank Krarlor or Thomas Thompson.
Pondlcton, , Or.
The East Oregonlan la Eaatern Or
egon's representative paper. It lead
and the people appreciate It and
how It by their liberal patronage, If
it the advertising medium of this
tectlon.
Help Yourself and Your Church
FOR THREE DAYS WE WILL GIVE THE PROFITS OF OUR BUSINESS TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND THEIR CHURCHES, OR OTHER CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS.
READ ON. ., ,
WE HAVE ALWAYS SOLD GOODS LOWER THAN THE LOWEST, BUT FOR THE THREE DAYS MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNE8DAY, APRIL 25, 26 AND' 27, WE WILL 8ELL AT THE RIDICU-'
LOUSLY LOW PRICES QUOTED BELOW, AND IN ADDITION, GIVE IN CASH VALUE 10 PER CENT OF YOUR PURCHASE TO ANY CHURCH OR CHARITABLE INSTITUTION DESIGNATED BY YOU.
WE DO THIS FOR TWO REASONS: FIRST, WE ARE IN SYMPATHY WITH AND DESIRE TO HELP RELIGIOUS AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 8ECOND, WE WANT YOU TO BECOME AC
QUAINTED WITH OUR METHODS OF DOING BUSINESS AND TO LEARN WHAT MANY HAVE LONG KNOWN, THAT WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVERY PURCHASE.
OUR PLmIN: CUT OUT THE COUPON BELOW, BRING IT WITH YOU TO THE STORE AND WE WILL MAKE IT GOOD FOR 10 PER CENT OF THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHA8E, PAYABLE TO
ANY CHURCH OR SUNDAY SCHOOL OR OTHEK CHARITABLE INSTITUTION WHICH YOU MAY DESIGNATE. IT WILL BE AN EASY MATTER BY THIS METHOD, TO MAKE $100.00 FOR YOUH
CHURCH. TALK TO YOUR FRIENDS, AND 1 HE MEMBERS OF YOUR CHURCH. GET THEM TO COME HERE TO BUY THEIR GOODS AND YOU WILL DO THEM A GOOD DEED AND MAKE A
SNUG SUM FOR SOME WORTHY INSTITUTION WHICH YOU MAY CHOOSE.
NOTIONS.
We arc headquarters for No
tions you have only to look over
te foUowIng list to be convinced
ibat yr j have been paying too
auch for your nations If you have
sot Ucn buying them here.
Hair pins per bunch 1c
w par.or matches, per bunch 1c
bfcoe tacks per package . . 2c
Hooks and eyes, 2 doz ... , 2c
Pi pan-, far-h 3C
-'n dairy pans, each .... 3c
wst brass pins, lull count . . 4c
JJt saft'y pins, per dor 4c
imrllng Irons, ach 4c
-war' dairy pans, each 4c
J;?'" funnel, each 4C
Y Pearl buttons, per doz . . 5c
- l-Bla- tin tuPfl 5c
?h? OT lh '..r... 5c
i?i?l.d mlnrlnK Knife, each.. 7c
Laa ea or gent's shoe polish 10c
Bt flour sifter, each ........ 12c
gjw -dairy pall, each .V.. 15c
iVfcavy 12'qt M! pa"'
"quart re-tlnned dl'sh pan".'. 28c
"ouart ix re-tlnned dish pan, 38c
llwat tber lhlnt'8 ,n th0 nUn
at wt0DUm,e,r0U8 t0 mention, but
' "'responding!)- low prices.
DRESS GOODS.
dlJtorf Jt ,he on'y Pce in Pen
ebrated y can 8et th
1u ,?.adhead" dre8S ds'
h factoV g00ds dlrecl from
Wat to .h" e,eet tbe 8peclal
dltate he Golden nule "yn-
Mtam or 3ud8fe8 a" the 'ry
line 3 ! sumey are uierb' Our
'eaves Is complete.
SHOES.
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Do your shoes give satisfaction?
W rarrv a full line Of UD-tO-date
ladles', children's and men's shoes
nt reasonable prices, wnich aro
guaranteed.
w hnvp ioo nairs of odds and
ends In ladles' shoes, good widths,
regular $1.00 ana $1.70, sale price
$1.18.
Children's substantial
shoes, good
to 8
Same in sizes 8V2 to 11
Same in slues 11 xh to 2
Wa hnvfi vald snecial attention
n nnr men's shoes and can Klvo
you anything you want In the lat
est lasts.
SHIRT WAISTS,
nnr linn of waists and nrlces of
the same have attracted much at
tention, We Jiaye exceptionally
strong values lii shirt waists and
dressing sacques.
school
bargain, size C
88c
. $1.12
. $1.33
(Cut this Coupon out and bring to the Store with you.)
? On demand, we promise to pay to the order of the J
the sum of
J (Name of Institution.)
the same being 10 per cent of.ft the amount of
purchase by at the
Golden Rule Store. J
! (Signed.) GOLDEN RULE STORE.
J Countersigned by
5c
CALICO.
! During tills sa!i we will sell tho
1 best Calico, pr yard 5c
', Take all you want.
! PERCALES.
I All 10c and 12V Percale will go
for ' 9c
Take all you want.
DRESS GINGHAM8.
We have a nice assortment of
Dress Ginghams, regular 10c
quality, during this sale, per
yard
MUSLINS,
Good 8 l-3c bleached, per yd., 5c
A heavy 11c, bleached, per yd 9c
All Sheetings guaranteed to be
cheaper than any other place
In town.
LAWNS.
Our new spring lines are in. Wo
bought these lawns, also our
spring walsllngs in Nov York,
city. We have the right styles
and prices. Don't pass these up.
CORSETS.
Remember wo havo tho exclus
ive agency for Dr. Warner's cele
brated Itust-Proof Corset. Tho
best fitting and most serviceable
corset on the market. Call and nee
tbe different styles.-"
We have them from 60c up,
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Our muslin miderweur should
not bn overlooked or forgotten.
Wo can save you 26 per cent on
any article you may desire. Our
corset covers range In price from
10e to $1.76.
Indies drawers from 20c to $1.79
ladles' white skirts from
48c to $2.25.
Ladles' night gowns from 42c up
Chemlso from 78c up
Itememher tbls Is the celebrated
Peerless underwear well made
and perfectly satisfactory.
Wo havy an exceptionally Htroqg
lino of ladles' summer vests and
gauzo pnnts, from 6c to 65c
BLACK AND COLORED BATEEN
SKIRTS,
We rarry a full line of tho fam
ous Peerless Uiidcrpklrt, None
better sold today, A good
quality, full deep, flounce ., 78c
Ilettcr ones 88c, S8c; $1.13, $1.25
and up.
BOY-'s'ahrs.
Kftt lift in hrtv'o irxri V nnntu fjttltu
good colors and'Very reasonable
In price, 'Hanglngrrom $3.50 to
$10.00,
Hoy's short pants suits from 76c
up. ., .
MEN'S SUITS.
We have Increased our suit
stock ho tbat wo can show you a
good variety of hiiIIh at moat ruan
onablo prices.
Men's light dressy milt Just tho
thing for summer , . , $4.96
Dark grey mixed suit a re
markuble bnrgaln, only , . $6.60
DctttT grudoii
.$7.60, $8.60, $10.00 and up
MEN'8 GLOVES,
Our stock of men'H gloves
complete.
We havo several styles of sub
stantlal working glovis for,, 60e
A calf Mln, Hatanftfi glrrvo, mm
wearers 66c
(lenulnr ' honchldii glovo-no
better on the market.... . ,..
In
HOSIERY.
Our lino of hosiery has been
rccoL'nln-d as one of tho best In
the city. , f .
Children's fine ribbed hoxe, a
...lCa4;rlde,our price 10c
lenvy ribbed children's hose, 13c
jullm' bust, Unit ribbed 10c stock
ing In town,
-idles fancy homi from 15c up,
udH' lmKirted llulu finish
Iiohii 2o
LACE CURTAINS.
IIouHo-cleanlng time brings a
demand for lace curtains. Notice
these prices and sizes:
Nottingham curtains, 30 Inches
wide. VA feet lone 48c
Nottingham curtains, 35 Inches
wide. 7 Mi feet long 68c
Nottingham rurans, 36 Inchon
wldo, 0' feet' long , . , 65c
Nottingham curtains, 46 Inchoa
wide, 9 fcot long $1,10
GOLDEN
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