East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 02, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    PAGE SIX.
DAIL" EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 2, 1904.
EIGHT
PAS'
Correct Clothes for Men
OUR coat-hanger,
inside coat
pocket, or waist
coat strap should
bear this label
COEJTlsiU 1X3, A. B. KOo,
AT OREGON'S BIRTH MALARIA
) CELEBRATION OF HER TER-
! RITORIAL ORGANIZATION.
jpdjjenjamlnsto
MAKERS vfr NEW YORK
if you want the finest possible
ready-for-service appareL It's on
all the "Correct Clothes for
Men," and means the same as
"I8-K" on eold, and " STERL
ING " on silver.
Eqtul to tint custom-nude In all but
price. The makers guarantee, and
ours, with every ganncnL We arc
Exclusive Distributor! in thb city.
The Peoples Warehouse
The Leading Clothier
PENDLETON, OREGON
Formation of First Civil Govern
ment in Oregon Territory Took
Place on May 2. 1843 F. X. Mat
thisu Only Living Survivor of That
Meeting is Present at the Celebra
tion "Wolf Meetings" That Laid
Foundation for Oregon as a State.
Champoog, May 2. Fully 2,000
people are present today at the cele-
i oration of the 61st anniversary of
'the beginning of civil government In
Oregon.
P. X. Mntthieu Cabin of the Native
Sons of Oregon, has charge of the
celebration, and T. T. Geer, editor of
the Salem Statesman, Is presiding
over the meeting. William Galloway,
a member of the Oregon legislature
and a descendant of one of the
founders of the state, is orator of
the day.
F. X. Mattbleu. the French Canadi
an fur trader who was present at the
i"Wtlf meetings" at this place 61
! years ago. In which It was decide!
' to form a government and take pos
session of Oregon in the name of the
Germ Infected Air.
Malaria is not confined exclusively to tha swamps
and marshy regions of the country, but wherever there is
bad air this insidious foe to health is found. Poisonous
vapors nnd gases from sewers, nnd the musty air of damp
cellars are laden' with the perms of thfs miserable disease,
which are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the
blood and transmitted to every part of the body. Then
you begin to feel out of sorts without ever suspecting the
cause. No energy or appetite, dull headaches, sleepy and
tired and completely fagged out from the slightest exer
tion, are some of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling
malady. As the disease progresses and the blood becomes
more deeply poisoned, boils and abscesses and dark or
yellow spots appear upon the skin. 'When the poison is
left to ferment and the microbes and certus to multipl- in
the blood, Liver and Kidney troubles and other serious complications often
arise. As Malaria begins and develops in the blood, the treatment to be
effective must begin there too. S. S. S. destroys
the germs and poisons and purifies the polluted
blood, and under its tonic effect the debilitated
constitution rapidly recuperates and the system is
soon clear of all signs of this depressinir'disease.
S. S. S. is a guaranteed purely vegetable remedy, mild, pleasant and
harmless. Write us if you want medical advice or any special informa
tion about your case. This will cost you nothing.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
PLUMBING
and SEWER WORK
u a a cm t i imc n cr di iimriuk .
nnvE. . - -.'U uuuus AND Finer
CLASS WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS, fi
TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN ST,
LEGAL BLANKS lXJZ,
alogoe of them. A fall supply always kept tn stock.
THE PAMf-ilie
SHUMATE nni i i . .....
Used with enthutlattu ....
nun inraunnnuT Th. .i..nt
A useful and ,. ndsome book
lens now to shave co lforUil,
for the asklnn. R p. i ...i. i'
uxor. ccno. or. 51.00 portpait
O SPICES, o
COFFEE, TEA,
BAKING POWDER,
FUNORiNG EXTRACTS
Afcjoluft Purity, FinesrflaYor,
Greater Strath, fteasorabk PricesJ
CL05SET&DEYER5
PORTLAND, OREGON.
LIQUOZONE
The
Great
Germ
Destroyer
TRY A BOTTLE.
i fnlted States, is present today, and
K the only survivor of that gallant J J
party of 40 delegates who voted to
. start the wheels of government In J J
I Oregon at that memorable meeting.
j The story of the "Wolf meetings" J
' is one of the most Interesting in Or- "
,eron history The early settlerb fit
Chainpoeg were divided in their al
legiance to England and the United
States, and for many months after
, the hardy trappers founded Cham
poeg. it was impossible to get enough
'of the settlers on the side of the
United States to organize a govern
ment for Oregon. The Hudson Bay
Frenchmen were opposed to the
United States taking the country, ;
and always votea to allow the situ-
ation to remain as it was, a sort of J
'neutral ground for all.
' Finally the Americans decided to J J
pt nn enthusiasm for America, and mm
' as the wolves were destroying the
. . . . , . i
stock in large numuers, meeuuKs mm
were called at Champoeg to seek
some means of relief from the
(wolves.
At those meetings the fruitful sub
ject of government was always dis
cussed and finally it was agreed
Ithnt tv nnlv TTipnns of relief from
the wolves was to organize an Amer-
lean territory, and appeal to congress
for protection.
This magic ruse of the Americans J J
won, and 61 years ago today the
trapper-farmers met at this historic J J
I 1 .k nMple. - -
spot ana uriiiiizeu me m p
lonal government in Oregon and laid
the foundations for the present state.
The Americans won by a majority
of two in the vote taken.
F. Xr Slatthieu. now 87 years of
nto wns nnp of the staunchest
friends of America among the French
Canadians, and to his enorts is
largely dne the formation of the ter
ritorial government
WASH DAY
Brock & McComas
Company
SOLE AGENTS.
COAL
Let us fill your
bin wjth
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most e onomical fuel
We are prepared to con
tract with you for you
winter's supply We !e
liver coal or wood to an
part of the city.
Laatz Bros-
Montan Health Officers.
Helena, Mont.. May 2. The first
sanitary and
I health officers and others Interested
tin nrpvpntive medicine and sanitary
' science Is in session here today, Dr. 1 a
Thomas D. Tuttle. secretary oi me
omio hnxrit nf health, nresldlng. The
conference continues through tomor-
row. Prominent among the partici
pants are Dr. Charles Sweeney of
I Great Falls, Dr. L. C. Bruning of
Miles City, Dr. J. A. Donovan ai
Butte City. Prof. W. D. Harklns of
Missoula, and Dr. It. E. Hathaway of
Glendive.
Main Street
Near Depo'
HORSES
FOR SALE
One 2-year-old Percheron stallion,
will sel or trade; also about 26 heaJ
f young horses of Percheron stock
jror particulars see C. E. Hoovqr.
Pendleton. Or.
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and night. Billiard,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. Depot.
BMy Cast Oregonian by carrtsr,
niy 1( emta a week.
Big Convention of Grocers.
San Francisco, May 2. The sev
enth annual convention of the Na
tional Retail Grocers' Association,
n.kih nnnri in San Francisco today
T UIV.U v J " ""
for-a week's seaslon. ts tne iarEii.
meeting ever held by the association. . .
The opening session 'was held this
ternoon in Mechanic's Pavilion, Cbas. .
R. Lott of Chicago, president of the
association presiding. Large "telega
tions were in attendance from -.
nols, New York. Ohio. Pennsylvania,
r-.onriria Minnesota. Michigan. Mis- .
sourl, Tennessee. Texas, Oregon and
numerous other states.
Trial of Tyner and Barrett.
WasblnFton, D. C, May 2. Before
Justice Pritchard of tne criminal
court, the cases of former Assistant
Oiinnni tnmpfl N. Tyner.--
and former Law Clerk Harrison J-ij;
Barrett, who are ctmrgea who u- . .
tn Hnfrnud the Government, i
were called for trial today. Tho J
cases grew out of the postal InvestI-,.,
cration. irucr vmv. ,
general.
Baptists at Bloomlngton.
n in mv 2 The Ban-
.. . ... I-. i.i in.tihii nf Central
list inii!iioi -
Illinois began a two days session in
this city today witn a laree "-i-
.HHmw The dlvin-
ity school of the University of Chi-
cago Is in cnarge oi
Prominent among the partla"
are professor Anderson and Prores
sor Brander Matthews. '
Quick Arrest
J A. Gulledge, of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in the hospital from a se
vere case of piles causing 24 tnmorw.
,intnr ana all remedies fail
ed. Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly
' . . . 1-a..Mnilnn nnn
arrested lurtnur idiwi -cured
him. U conquers aches and
kills naln. 2Sc at Tallman & Co.
druggists,
Cloves will remove the odor of
highballs, but they refuse to mix
with mothballs.
i
i
AT
WHITTINGHILL
MERCANTILE CO.'S
Store. Commencing Saturday, April 30, and continuing until May 15, we will GIVE FREE with every
Waist or Dress Pattern sold of material worth ?ic per yard and up, and with every Shirt Waist sold a
BAR OF "SILK" or "DIAMOND C" SOAP.
83 PIECES OF SILK FIGURED TAFFETAS, PLISSE, CORD HAB WASH SILKS, ETC, FORMER VALUE $1.00 TO CQ mwA
9VSO PER YARD. NO PIECES SMALLER THAN Vz YARD6, ALL GOOD COLORS. FOR THIS SALE "C yU.
Clothing Overstocked
Commencing Saturday, April 30, and continuing until May 15, we will give a
DISCOUNT OF 331 PER CENT
ON ALL CLOTHING EXCEPT OVERALLS AND JUMPERS. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A CLEAN, UP-TO-DATE
"KUPPENHEIMER," GUARANTEED SUIT, PERFECT IN EVERY RESPECT, AT TWO-THIRDS THEIR ACTUAL VALUE. NO DE
CEPTION IN THIS SALE. EVERY SUIT MARKED IN PLAIN! FIGURES. YOU CAN SEE AND FIGURE FOR YOURSELF. THERE
IS NO FRAUD PRACTICED. DO NOT FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY. OUR L08S 18 YOUR GAIN.
Closing Out Grocery Stock
EVERYTHING GOES AT FIRST COST; NO FREIGHT ADDED. WE MUST CLOSE OUR GROCERY STOCK IN
MAKE MORE ROOM FOR OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Regular price,
Standard Corn, per dozen 91.80
Standard Tomatoes per dozen ' 1.50
Long's Preserves, per jar 50
Long's Jams, per jar i .25
1 Gallon Scudder's Maple Syrup 1.50
2 Gallon .Scudder's Maple Syrup .80
4 Gallon Scudder's Maple Syrup -50
1 Gallon Sorgum .75
Babbit Lye -.1
Celluloid Starch 10
1 Gallon Pure Cider Vinegar 40
Silk and "Diamond C" Soap
True Blue Tar Soap
Borax Soap
Sago and Tapioca, per pound
.05
.10
.10
.08 1-3
Close price.
91.25
1.05
.30
3 for .50
1.10
.60
.35
0
.06
.07
J2S
7for25c
MVt
.06
03J4
Regular price,
Breakfast Foods Energy 10
Grape Nut 16 2-3
Postum Cereal t -25
Solder's Catsup &
54-Pound Dunham's Cocoanut -20
!4-Pound Dunham's Cocoanut 1
No. 1 Japan Rice '.1
Fancy 4-Tle Broom r 40
1 Gallon Olive Oil
Vz Gallon Domestic Honey
1 Pound Cube Sugar ,
Tobacco Pedro
Tobacco Dixie Queen ....
Tobacco Red Bell
1.00
.10
.60
.50
.50
24-Ounze Bottle Pickles -40
9-Ounce Hill's Olive Oil 50
ORDER TO
Close price.
SI
.11
.19
.17
.14
.07
SX?h
30
0
X
JUT
iO
AO
AO
3Z
&
Remember Sale Commences Saturday, April 30
ST. JOE STORE
126-130 COURT STREET