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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNE8DAY, APRIL 27, 1904.
The most that
can be said
of a 5c
ijpr LARGEST SELLER IN THE WORLD
fljpr Ihi Hand is the Smoker's Protection
FOR PUBLIC MORALS
NATIONAL MUNICIPAL LEAGUE
MEETS IN CHICAGO.
Side Hill Combined
The latest Improved two-wheel, slde-hlll combined harvester hns
proven a boon to wheat raisers. It Is 'he most successful, most
economical and easiest machine to operate ever built.
These harvesters have been given abundant trials right here nt
home and all users are highly pleased. None have been dissatisfied
and all are high In their praise.
The Holt slde-hlll harvester on a side hill is able to stick to
tho side of the hill, while tho header will slip down the hill. The
main wheels are vertical, which braces the machine to the side
hills. It works equally adapted to level land.
The Holt harvesters are sold exclusively in this section by
E. L. SMITH
28 Coart Street, Pendleton, Oregon
All extras for Holt machines on hand...
4 4 lit! ill 11 I 1 it-W-l H-frM-M-M-
Lovers of Good Government From All
Over the Country Discuss Plan for
Better 'Municipal Moral Conditions
Taxation One of the First Fruit
ful Subjects of Discussion Profes
sors and Ministers From Leading
Colleges and Universities Take
THE OLDEST AND BES
GOOD DRY WOOD
Chicago, April 27. Tho national
Municipal Lcaguo and tho National
Conference for Good City Govern
ment arc colobrating the completion
of the' first decado of their existence
with the largest and most natablu
conference over held under their
auspices. Tho objects of tho leaguo
aro to combine tho forces of nil who
realize) that It Is only by united nc
tlon and organization that good laws
may be obtained, and the selection
of men of trained ability nnd proved
integrity for all municipal positions
or prevent tho success of incompe
tent or corrupt candidates for public
Another object Is to promote the
thorough investigation and discus
slon of the conditions and details of
civic administration and of tho moth'
ods for selecting and appointing or
fleers In American cities nnd of laws
nnd ordinances relating to such sub
The growth of the movement in
the last 10 years is shown by tho
fact that when the league was organ
Ized in 1894 there wore less than 50
local organizations giving either part
or nil of their attention to municipal
affairs, while now there are 600 of
these local associations throughout
Well known municipal reformers
from more than two score cities of
tho country filled the auditorium of
the Northwestern University build'
Ing this afternoon when tho confer
ence was formally called to order by
the president, Charles J. Bonaparte
of Baltimore. Mayor Carter H. Hnr
rison and Prank II. Scott, president
of the City Club of Chicago, gavo
cordial wolcomo to tho visitors. For
latter response was niacin by Charles
Richardson, of Philadelphia, one of
tho pioneers of tho municipal reform
The first tenture of tho program
was tho annual report of the secre
tary, Clinton Rogers Woodruff of
Philadelphia. In the course of his re
marks Mr. Woodruff rcviowed the im
portant municipal happenings of tho
last year and commented in an In
teresting manner upon their signifi
The reports of the other officers
and committees followed. Professor
T. H. II. Roberts or tho University
of Denver presented a paper on "The
Denver Situation and tho Rush
Amendment." Professor Roberts ex
plained in nn Interesting manner the!
efforts of tho city of Denver to makoi
r T1....V, rtMAi.1niAtir to draft .and .utrmt I
iinnii itutvt(wt4wnv - v'vnt
its own charter.
"The St. Louis School Hoard, an
Instance of Successful Homo Rule,"
yas the subjert of a paper by Charles
Nagol of St. IxjuIs, and the con-
tho afternoon sos-
Home Rule Pro-
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A Spring Medicine tnat adds vigo and strength to the system
oufifies and enriches the Blood, and lays the foundation h.,
strong constitution and good health during the hot sultry sammcil
Most everybody feels bad in the spring. Some haye no particular ailment but arc n
tired, worn out and totally unfit for work or anything else that requires energy or cdo-j
atm. .1 1 1 -.f itiimlilicTii iVnfnWp nnntMoli i
xncy mope urounu upon um uumti-juim mvnw.. ...., r,.on, "j-mwicai anj
A good appetite in the spring is a rarity, and we sicken at the sight of food, or tliougla
of eating, and what little we do cat is a burden to the stomach and a tax upon the digestion.
Warm weather is sure to bring out the hidden poisons, germs and seeds of disease
have been collecting in the blood and system dur
ing winter, and 3'ou may look for some old chronic
trouble to make its appearance. It is a time, too,
when boils and carbuncles, and pustular or scaly
skin eruptions like eczema and tetter, pay their
annual visits and make life miserable by their
intense pains and intolerable itching and burning.
The fight for health should begin before any
warning symptoms of physical collapse are felt, or
before the seeds of disease have time to germinate
if we would avoid the usual spring sickness ; and
with S. vS. S., the acknowledged king of blood
purifiers and greatest of all tonics, you can put
3'our blood and system in such perfect condition
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S. S. S. not only builds you up, but searches out and destroys any poisonous genus
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matter, leaving nothing to cause fermentation and deterioration or tins lite-giving num.
In selecting your blood purifier and spring tonic get one that long experience and thor
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ties are unquestionable, and just such a tonic as your system needs. Ask your druggist for
S. S. S. there is nothing else just as good.
For the past 40 years we have had a standing offer of $1,000 for proof that S. S. S. con
tains the least particle of any mineral whatever, and this offer is still open.
Gentlemen : For over four years I suffered il
Koneral debility, oausing n thorough breafc
down of my systom, so that I was enable to attc
to my household clutios. I had tried other ett
clues, which did not relievo mo. Bovea years 13
my cousin, -who had boon benefited by B.S.8,
told mo about It. I tried it and it, cured ne. Itn
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In fact, I am ablo to work la tho garden E3W(!lu
I heartily recommend S, S. S. to all whoaijl
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MRS. JOSIE A, BRITTAIN.
44 W. Ninth St., Columbia, Tenn.
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at Neuman's
County Loses by Auditor's Theft.
The suit brntiKht by the American
'nri.iiro rnmnanv to comnol Whitman eluding papr of
county to pay the amount of a claim slon was presented by Dr. E
that was onco allowed but unlawful-, Oherholtzer of Philadelphia,
1.. nnno,i i,v Ainiitnr a a. iiabv. took as his tonic. "Home Hul
and for which Itnby is now serving a visions in American Municipal Char
Iterm In tho penitentiary, has result- tors.
ed in victory tor tho company in tno .Municipal taxation has been so
, state supremo court. lected as tho general subject tor the
I Tho company's claim was for $1,- open meeting this evening nnd there
1 753 for tho construction of a steel will be a symposium of papers by
ibridgo over tho Palouse river. The President James of Northwestern
county commissioners in '1901 np- University; l.nwson Purdy. secretary
proved tho claim and ordered tho of the Tax Iteforni Association, and
, wiito in laaim n warrant in nay- others who bnve made a special
ment therefor. Hnby drew the war- study or the subject. Tho sessions
rant, then forged tho bridge com- or the conference will continue mil.,
pany's endorsement and collected tho Saturday.
front 1110 county treasurer,
Walla Walla Statesman.
ARMY OFFICER SUICIDES.
Open day and night. Billiards,
Pool, 8hootlnu Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB 8TREET8.
Under W. & C. R. Depot
1 DO YOU GET TJP
! WITH A LAMB BACK?
'Kidney Trouble Makes Ypu Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the new.
1 papers is sure to know of the wonderful
' .. HIn.1a 1... llr
cum mv v -
1 Kilmer's Swamp
I Koot, the great kid
ILiicy, liver and blad-
- uer remeuy.
It is the great men
icil triumph of tlm
nineteenth century ;
of scientific research
by Dr. Kilmer, the
eminent kidney and
Lieutenant Victor Lewis, of San
Francisco, Leaves a Note and Dls-nnnears.
San Francisco, ;.'Awl 2(5. Despite
the eloso search .liJtlio hills near
tho Presidio, liirllraf? of Lieutenant
Victor Lewis, who. disappeared after
writing a note' to'n local newspaper.
liitlniutliiB his intention or suiciding,
and that ills body would bo found
near old Kort Point. 110 trace of him
was found today.
Horsemen and parties on foot bo
ran searching at daylight, but mot
with no success.
That pay tholr loBsea
promptly. Our companies
iitand at tho head of tho list.
Hartford Flro Insurance
'Alllanco Assurance Co .. 20,030,963
London & Lancashire Flro
Insurance Co 2,544,083
North British & Mercantile
Itoyal Insurance Co, .... 22,897,153
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
112 EAST COURT STREET.
Denver. Col.. April 27. The
Association of Colorado,
organized u year ago, Is
is annual convention 111
Denver today, lloulder, Pueblo, Col
oiado Snrings. Mnnltoti. Port Col
Hns nnd other cities of tho state aro
represented at tho meeting
bladder specialist, and is wonderfully w)l,cl) wftf)
successful In pnimptly rinP.yi:1fJ?I holding Its
uric acid, catarrh of the bta 1 .tier and
HriKhfa Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swnmp-Rpot is not rec
ommended for everytlmiB but f you have
i"M." "r:v It Las Makes a Clean Sweep.
been tested in so many ways, in hosp tal There's nothing like doing a thing
work nnd in private practice, and bus tliorouehly. Of all tho salves you
proved so successful in every case that a QVor ,10ard ofi nucUlen'B Arnica
Special arrangement has been made by Sn,yo ,a tho ,)03ti It BVeapB nwfty
which all readers of this paper, who i Jiave an(1 curcB mlrn8i porcSi brlll808i cutB
not already uieu iv, "- ." -r-v;,. bulls. 11 cors. BKin erupiions nnu
bottle sent free by ' ',Kw t piles. It's only 25c. and guar!
544 Garfield Avenue,
CmcAoo, Irx., October9, 1902.
After doctoring for eleven months and taking
forty-three bottles of medicine and finding no relief
for Icucorrhcca resulting from irritation of a fallen
womb I took Wine of Cardui and fourteen bottles
cured mo. This seems strange but it is the simple
truth. Wine of Cardui helped rne from the time I
began taking it and having heard it nraued
so highly by friends who liad tried it I felt
satisfied that itwouldheln mc.and it did.
It cured mc. Took every bit of ache, pain
and headache, cramps and dragging down sensations
away till I felt younc, strong and happy once more,
ltis a wonderful medicine ami n true friend to women.
When I look back on the months of torture I bad it
seemslikoahiileous nightmare. Wine of Cardui will
cure an- woman 1 believe. I bavo more faith in it
than all other medicines combined.
Vlce-rrei., Chicago HUlotlctI Club.
How can you refuse relief when you know you aro growing worse day af
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mane lUUUSUima Ul nuiucn mm ..j --- --
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women well and strong. Wo ask you to go to your druggist today and secure
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THE MOBT WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A BUPERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byets, Proprietor.
ijiginorenbouimvu KJ" ', give
'."" J .1 en'tion reading this
atltlress in in. Kinuer
& r.. Iliniflminiou, 1
r.ti.. fitul nlie 1
fiitf-I -1" lMU nrn IIwSA of Bwamp-Itoot.
sold by all KoodlruBswts. t
any uiistake, Imt remember tlie name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Killiier's bwamp-Kon t,
omUhe address, HiiiKbamton, N, ou
by Tullman &
iillllH III III!
Jnmos Pollard, a Confederate sol
dlnr, was tdniwned while In tho sor
vlco In Mississippi In 18(11. Ho was
a Mlssoiirlnn. In 1885 his son,
Jnmos Pollard, was drowned in
Olinpmun creek, Dickinson county,
Kuiisns. Last week the lnttur's son,
Juntos Pollard, w.ns drowned near
Odessa, Mo. All three deaths wore
AFTER A REFRESHING
On a sultry day, the prospect of
putting on such exquisitely launder
ed linen, whlto nnd faultless In fin
ish, is a pleasuro to tho man that has
his shirts, collars and cuffs "ilonw
up" nt our laundry. Our aim Is to
ploaso our patrons, and wo spare no
palna to do It, ns wo want the patron
ago of ovory man In Pendloton,
- Tiir rVE I
TO Mfct I in--.-
I of those with eyo troubles tnls
uauuiuiii jo 1118V mi
It Is our business 10 '"',, I
For the test of tne Pr""'";
charge nothing- 4
dered here and for the P'"" I
nriees are only rcasonaDie. . 1
-Wo make a complete "-l
using tho best of the me
Jeweler and OftteW
' n.nfice Block.
1 nmher and
. v.,lt,! (f
If you are arranging jw
make improvements, com tf
,,a inr VOlir
lumber. u"r ,ul
,arge and wdll J mW
to figure with you on yor
bill. Wo make sash, doon
ROBERT FOBSTER, PPf
Corner Webb and Cc
. s-i IARLL
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