East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 04, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1904.
It's "Moving Day" for
BED BUGS
You can make any day you
cliooso "moving ilay" for bed
bugs It you buy a bottle ot
The Green Fluid
Insecticide
It Is quick, convenient and ab
solutely sure denth to tneso
pests that often find tholr way
Into the homes of tho best and
most caroful housekeepers.
Many "good housekeepers" that
you know are buying Insecti
cide. Every bottle guaranteed.
25c.
F. W. SCHMIDT
OF
MILTON
F. M. GALLEY WILL MOVE
TO WHATCOM, WASHINGTON.
DRUGGIST.
POSTOFFICE BLOCK.
GENERAL NEWS.
Russia lately borrowed $160,000,000
for three years, which Is to draw 5
per cent Interest.
Drew College, a pioneer education
al Institution for women, at Carmel,
X. Y.. was destroyed by fire. Loss,
$100,000. with not over $25,000 Insur
ance. H. S. Ringl was drowned near Chi
cago by his automobile overturning
Into a ditch. He was thrown beneath
It and his head held beneath the
water.
Brazilian troops are being mobi
lized along the Peruvian frontier up
on the presumption that Peru will
undertake to hold by force the dis
puted territory.
Five-year-old Sarah Greenberg fell
five stories sheer out of the window
of an npartment house in Now York.
She struck on her back and was not
seriously hurt.
James C. Cook Is dead at Mllford,
JIass., aged 87. He had been a prac
tical printer 72 years, and was well
known to nil the craft In the Eastern
and Northeastern states.
A switch engine fell 30 feet through
a trestle into South Tejon street,
Denver. Four men were more or less
seriously Injured. The trestle had
been weakened by floods.
A copy of Gibbons "Decline and
Fall of the Roman Empire." London,
17S3, from George Washington's pri
vate library, and bearing his signa
ture, recently sold for $1,C2C.
The 3-year-old child of Charles
Snow, of Torrlngton, Conn., fell up
on his baby sister. 11 months old,
and beat her with a stick until she
will die as the effect. The child was
Inspired solely by Jealousy because
his grandmother bestowed more at
tention upon the babe than upon
himself.
Visitors From Missouri A Son Was
Born G. A. R. Social Fell and
Was Severely Hurt Son Born to
N. M. Tinker and Wife Success'
ful Amateur Play Pleasant Pres.
byterlan Party,
Milton, Ore., May 3.. The drama
presented hero last Snturday night
entitled "My Friend From India," by
home talent, under the direction of
Harry E. DuPuy, was one of the best
entertainments ever given hero. The
performance wns fnr above that iisu
ally given by amateurs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Galley arrived
here Saturdny night from Urookfleld,
Mo., aud nre visiting at the home of
Mrs. Galley's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
IJ. L. Wright. Mr. Galley was for
merly manager of the Hnzelwood
Creamery here and will lenve in a
few days for Whatcom, Wash., where
he expects to reside.
Lnst Saturday afternoon tho G. A
R. gave n social to their families nnd
a few Invited guests. Refreshments
were served.
C. E. Berry returned Sunday from
an extended visit at Spoknne.
W. C. Hoseason of Pendleton, ar
rived hero this morning and Is now
bookkeeper for Mosgrove & Co.
Miss Grace Clark of Walla Walla,
was visiting hero yesterday.
Mrs. Nellie S. Yntes and Miss A. M.
Isaac came home Saturday from Day
ton, Wtish., where they had been vis
iting their brother, Mr. Andrew
Spcnce.
Last night the Dorcas society of
the Presbyterian church gnvc an age
social at the church. The price of
admission was a penny for every
year of one's age. Ice cream and
cake were served.
Fell and Was Hurt.
Yesterday, while painting the
house of Mr. F. B. Steen, Charles
Rogers fell nnd was severely In
jured. He was rendered unconscious
and at first life was feared to .be ex
tinct. Later he rallied somewhat,
and is resting as comfortably as
could be expected.
A Son Was Born.
Yesterday a nine-pound baby boy
was born to the wife of James B.
Potrie.
Born to H. M. Tinker and Wife.
A little Bon was born Sundny to
the wife of H. M. Tinker.
NO CHARGES AGAINST WHITE.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Mi.fked lobbers held up and rob
bed A. B. Rosenberg, a wealthy He
brew, at Seattle. Tuesday night, se
curing $375.
Indian Agent A. M. Anderson, of
the Fort Colvillo reservation, has
been removed by the president, on
account of charges of Irregularity.
Charles Paulson, a tramp logger,
who with a gang of toughs has been
infesting the neighborhood near Col
fax, was killed by officers Tuesday
while resisting arrest.
The Dalles City, a Columbia river
boat, won In a race from The Dalles
to Portland, over the Spencer, by 33
minutes. Monday. The time in which
the Dalles City made the run was
six hours and 32 minutes.
Otto Kulper. of Portland, who has
Just returned from Alaska, says
there are hundreds of men Idle In the
Kayak coal and oil fields of Alaska,
and that they would gladly return to
the United States ir uoy couiu.
Rtenmshin companies op
eratlng between San Francisco and
the Orient, have atsconiinueo, an
their transportation lines until the
oinan nf thn Tlusso-Jananese war. In
surance rates wore so high as to bo
prohibitive.
Louts H. Wllkle. of Seattle, an aged
German owning considerable proper
ty, paid up all his obligations Tues
fin v unit thnn swallowed carbolic
acid, dying almost Instantly. He said
ho was a burden to nis inmiiy aim
had threatened to suicide, several
times.
THREE BIG BARGAINS
la
Suburban Property.
Fmir fibres, irood orchard and
house 2-250
Six acres, with good house, 400
hearing fruit trees; alfalfa,
and chlokeu yard. Indepen
dent water systom. Terms. . .$5,500
Eight acres, good houso and
, barn: 100 bearing fruit treos,
Irrigated $2,250
E. T. WADE & SON.
District Attorney of Baker and Union
Counties Not Accused of Violation
of Laws.
The statement made by a temper
ance lecturer In this city some weeks
ago to the effect that he had brought
charges against Sam White, district
attorney of Baker and Union counties
for permitting open gambling, proves
to be untrue. No charges have been
brought against Mr. White, and there
has been no effort on the part of
Baker county citizens to take such
action.
The statement attracted consider
able attention here at the time and
many of the friends of Mr. White ex
pressed surprise at such a movement.
It proved to be a campaign story,
without nny foundation in facts.
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing Is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. Dr. King's New DIs-
i-ovfirv for Consumntton Is a sure
cure for all lung and throat troubles
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
C. B. Van -.etre, of Shepherdtown.
W. Va says: "I had a severe case
of Bronchitis and for a year tried
everything I heard of, but got no
llf. One bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery then cured me absolutely."
It's Infallible for Croup, Whooping
r.nneh. Orln. Pneumonia and Con
sumption. Try it. It's guaranteed
hv Tallman & Co.. druggists. Trial
bottles free. Regular sizes DOc, $1
LOWER VAN8YCLE.
News of an Interesting and Prosper.
ous Neighborhood.
Thn wheat Is looking fine here.
Miss Juanlta Engdabl is teaching
a successful term of school here.
A dinner was given on ay 1 at
the home ot R. Dunnlngton to ceie
brate the birthday of Mrs. Peterson
and Mrs. Dunnlngton. A number of
friends wore present, and all enjoyed
the dinner.
E. L. Goodwin arrived from Indl
ana last Monday, and is visiting at
tho home of Alva Pierce.
Graduate Optician.
Ida Bohrondt, of the Baker City
Optical Company, will bo In town for
one week. She Is a graduate of tho
Philadelphia College ana aicior
minv Hnllnen. of Chicago. The doc
tor comes highly recommended. All
wnri- nuaranteed. Eyes examined
free. Bickers Hotel.
Quick Arrest.
J. A. Gulledge, of Vorhona, Ala.,
was twice In tho hospital from a se
voro case of piles causing 24 tumores,
a tor iinntors and all remedies fall
ed, Bucklon's Arnica Salvo quickly
arrosted furtlior inuumuiuuuu mm
him. It conauers nches and
kills pain. 2Cc at Tallman & Co.,
druggists.
Companies with an aggregate cap
t,i f 17.1.700.000 wore In Inoorpo
rated In the Eastern states during
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The Pendleton.
O. W. Robertson, Sidney.
F. Oliver, La Grande.
John McCourt, city.
Joseph McCnbc, Walla Walla.
J. R. White, Kansas City.
C. E. No ft.
Mr. nnd Mrs, F. Statter, Walla
Walla.
R. B. Casowoll. Walla Walln.
A. F. Nye, Portland.
W. 11. Andrew, Wascow.
R. S. Huntington, The Dalles.
J. F. Moore.
W. J. Moore.
S. D. Roukor.
F. M. Bell.
A. Y. Alexander.
J. T. Mltchor, Stnrbuck.
J. A. Rowing. Baker City.
V. G. Goznrd, Canyon City.
A. M. Slomnn, Rochester.
T. E. Rnmsey, Portland.
A. J. MInard, Chicago.
L. W. Bowers, Hood River.
W. R. Glendonnlug, Portland.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
The St. George.
E. A. Wolfe. St. Louis.
A. Kime, Minneapolis.
S. R. Anderson, Seattle.
Mrs. C. E. Bounds, Baker City.
Miss Mnttie Bounds, Baker City.
D. F. Nichols, Baker City.
Charles Blake and wife. Payette.
Elmer Blake. Payette.
Mrs. Flint. Payette.
Fannie E. Slinw, Wlnslde.
Ethel Shaw, Wlnslde.
A. M. Pnrmette, Lewistou.
Miss Kelley. Onell.
W. M. Ramsey. La Grande.
S. H. Fry. Dalles.
J. A. Mnstorson, Elgin.
Max Michel, New York.
William Dunn, Portland.
Miss Inn Stllwell, Owhee.
A. L. Long, Now York.
Wil R.l King. Ontario.
S. Black, New York.
C. J. Black, Denver.
Mrs. C. J. Bandy. Prosser.
A. T. Johnson, Portland.
Robert N. Bode, St. Louis.
J. C. Broden, Seattle.
Morton Doty. Portlnnd.
S. E. Calderhead, Walla Wnlla.
Mrs. S. A. Tauslck, Wallace.
Charles Rnsmussen. Seatlc.
W. G. Espey. Portland.
T. J. Gardner, Portland.
J. A. Allison, Portland.
R. W. Thlmpson, Philadelphia.
M. V. Turley. Weston.
C. L. Gist. Uklah.
M. Van Tasse, Weston.
John McCnllins. Chirago.
J. G. Gill, Now York.
R. J. Holmes, Tacoma.
M. A. Watson, Denver.
L. F. Burns, St. Paul.
George .A. Bell, Portland.
The Bickers.
E R. Staley nnd family, Dayton.
L. L. Lance, Chlllicotha.
Edd Sanders, Chlllicotha.
Mrs. Lillian Whltaker, Pine.
Pete Murray, Pine.
C. D. Hascall, Priot Rock.
Joe H McCoy. Milton.
Mrs. M. Morton, The Dalles.
Joe Rayer. Pilot Rock.
W. M. Ramsy, I.a Grande.
Mrs May Seeley, Freewatcr.
J. B. Young, Freewater.
Andrew Olson, Walla Wnlla.
J. Stllper, Iowa.
C. R. Shaw. Sumpter.
Ralph B. Wade, city.
J. H. Guthrie and wife, Canyon
City.
A. E. Edwards, ueuar uapius.
L. B. Weaver, Ostrander.
Henry M. Kerfmer, Denver.
J. G. Anderson, Latha.
Neal McDevltt. Pine.
STATK OK OHIO. CITY Or TOr.CIHf,
LUCAS co.vn . ,
l-r-ink 3. V.htnev make oath that nr Is
senior partner of the tlrm of 1'. J. Cheney
0. C.O.. doing uusinei iu ine v-uj u. w
Ielo, County nnil Mate aformnlrt. and thnt
Hid firm will nav the sum of ONE III'N-
DltlU) IOM-AltS for each and erery eae
of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the
uw: of Hairs unarm i ure. ,.
KltANK J. C IKN'i:
Sworn to before roe and subscribed In
my presence, this utn day oi jiecemocr,
A. T. 18HC.
(Seal.) A. W. GLBASO.V,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken tmernaly,
mH ata illrectlr on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials free.
K. J. CHUNKY CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by DrugxUt, price 7Sc.
Take Hall's Family l'llls for eoastlpi'
tlon.
George Starr, commissioner of lm
migration at the port of New York,
Is dead, aged 89 years.
COMPETENT JUDGES,
Beauty Docton Enilirie llerplclde.
Women who make a business of beau.
tlfylne other women come pretty near
knowing what will brlnp about the best
results. Here are letters from two, con
cerning iierpiciue:
"I can recommend Newbro's "Hrnl
clde." ob It stopped my hair from falling
oui; unu, as a. uresaing it nas no super
ior.
"(Signed.) Bertha. A. Trulllnger,
"Complexion Specialist,
"29& Morrison St., Portland, Ore."
"After using one -bottle of "Hernlelde'
my hair has stopped falling out, and my
scaip is cmiruiy ireo iram aannrurr.
"(Signed.) Grace Dodge,
"Beauty Doctor,
"195 Sixth St., Portland, Ore."
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In
stamps iur sumpta iu ine jierpiciue to.,
Detroit, Allen.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent.
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and night. Billiards,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB 8TREET8,
Under W. t C. R. Depot
CLOTHING SAL
aii tt htuimr will Ftr REDUCED THIS WEEK AT THE FAIR. WE ad
CROWDED IN THIS LINE AND ARE GOING TO CUT PRICES TO THE LOWEST POINT ,N 1
HERE IS THE PLACE TO GET A SUIT OR EXTRA PANTS CHEAP.
ALL CLOTHING, MEN'S, OR BOYS', IS REDUCED 20 PER CENT FOR THIS WEEK.
$12.50 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $10.00
$10.00 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $8.00
$8.50 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $6.80
$7.50 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $6X0
$5.00 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $4,00
$4.00 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $3
OUTFIT YOUR BOYS THIS WEEK WHILE YOU CAN SAVE SO MUCH.
S.OHT
THe FAIR The FAI
THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY.
"WlKSflOHIiRM SUMMER
Winona Wagons, Hacks and Buggies. Work the samo winter and
summer. Best finish, strongest and easiest running Wagons made.
We have Just received three carloads nnd enn make close figures
on our rigs. Give us a call and he convinced.
NEAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Shop. Water Street
Stover Gasoline Engines.
'Electricity will cure
more diseases than all
jther means combined."
-Dr. B a r t li o I o w
leading professor of
Philadelphia, Pa.
"Electricity will be
the solo remedy for
the future." M. D.
Arsonval, the great
medical doctor of Paris,
France.
NOTICE
TO ALL MY FRIENDS i
PATRONS:
I TAKE PLEASURE I
INTRODUCING TO
FRIENDS, DRS. L. L
H. WHITE, TO WHCJ
HAVE SOLD MY t'A
BUSINESS IN THIS Cn
THOROUGHLY RECOM
THE DRS. WHITE AS Fa
CLASS DENTISTS IN I
RESPECT, AND WILL I
TEEM IT A FAVOR
ANY OF MY PATIENT! 1
PLACE THEIR CASES
HANDS OF THE
WHITE.
RESPECTFULLY,
E. A. AlANNl
Walters' Flouring
Capacity, 150 barrels a ill
Flour exchanged for whui
Flour, Mill Feed, Choppdi
itc, always nn nana.
HELP FOR THE SICK
THE MARVELOUS SECRET OF LIFE AT LAST DISCOVERED.
THE MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. THE LATEST
SYSTEM OF APPLYING
Oxygen and Electricity for Curing Diseases
NO DRUGS, MEDICINE OR DOCTOR; YOU TREAT YOURSELF.
THE ACME OF PERFECT HOME TREATMENT. THOUSANDS ARE
QUICKLY CURED OF EVERY KNOWN DISEASE, FROM WHOM I
HAVE LETTERS THAT CAN BE SEEN AT MY OFFICE.
Aro You sick? Do you want to. get well? I can Bhow you the way.
It is the way that I havo proven sue cessful in thousands of cases. I
have on file letters from satisfied pa tlents who have proven the value ot
my treatment by actual trial. If yo u could read a few of these letters,
telliug of miraouloiiB cures after yea rs of suffering, I would need no fur
ther argument to convince yon of m y ability. I have passed the experi
mental stage. I know what I can do. No matter what your disease, I can
cure you.
I have cured several cases. In P endleton after all other known reme
dies had fai.ed. Call and got their n ames and Interview them. My system
and the Oxygen and Electric Batter les that I use are different from all
others. I have furnished thousands with my Batteries that have cured
themselves. These Batteries are the only ones patented and aro not sold
through dealers, I have the only 60- cell Electric Body Belt made; the
only ono guaranteed and kept in order free or charge. I will treat you
or furnish you a Battery and teach you how to treat yoursolf success
fully. Call and see me, or address, Medernach Block, 627 Main Street.
Advice FREE. Pendleton, Oregon.
PROF. F. F. SHADDUCK, ELECTRO.THERAPEUTI8T.
We Want to Do Yoti Plumbing
Our long experience, together with" our unexcelled facilities for doing
the best work, are at your servlco without extra charge.
Good honest work always done. That's tho reason why our patrons
are always satisfied.
BECK, the Reliable Pltimbe
Court Street, opposite Hotel Dickon;.
Its
THE BEST
THE MOST WHOLESOME
PROPERLY MILLED
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
THE FAMOUS
8HUMATE DOLLArt RAZOR.
Used with enthusiastic satisfac
tion throughout tho civilized world.
A useful and n ndsomo book which
tells how to ahave comfortably, lent
for the asking. R- R L.w. DUtrlb
utor, Echo, Or. $1.00 postpaid.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I
State.
Sunreme Judge Thomas
Dalrv and Food Commlssiifl
M Mulleins.
Presidential Electors-Mil
Jeffrey, T. H. Crawford, W. EI
and J. H. Smltli.
District.
Congress, Second District 1
District Attorney, "miili
Morrow J. II. Raley.
Joint Beprescntative, Motsul
Umatilla F. B. Howrook.
County.
Judge G. A. Hartman.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor
Clerk-r-J. E. Cherry.
r J Strain.
Commissioner William LW1
Representatives W. u.
Ialn and William Blakeley
School Superintendent-.
Mayberry, ,
QuruKvnr-p c Berkeley
Treasurer-S. G. Llghtfoct.
... w. h Fowler,
Onmnor-nr. T. M. Hettl"1
Justice of the Peace-S. M
""constable John M. Bentlef-
Republican Ticket
For Presidential Elector:
W. V. Hampton
J, N. Hart
W. H. Core
James A. Fee
For Supreme Judge:
v a. Moore
For Food and Dairy Commln
j, W, Bailey
For Prosecuting Attorney:
G. W. Phelps
For Joint Representative
Dr. W. O. ole
For Congressman In Secon
J. N. Williamson
For Representatives:
John J. Balleray
Henry Adams
For County Judge:
Honry J. Dean
For County Clerk:
Prank Saling
For Sheriff:
C. A. Barrott
T 7 Sommervllle
For Recorder:
W. H. Folsom
For Assessor:
W. T. Bleb
For Commissioner:
Horace Walker
For School Bpertatendet.
Frank K. Welles.
Fr W.
For Justice of Peace,
trlct
Thomas Fltx
Gerald
Fur uonsmu.u.
F. W. Earnhan
Re
Al
tho month of April.