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DAILW EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1904.
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TO MEET THE EYE
of those with cyo troubles this advor
tlBement la inserted.
It la our business to make oye
tests, prescribe a cure for defective
Fight nnd o provide the necessary
EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES.
For the test of the prescription we
charge nothing If glasses are or
dered hero and for tho glasses our
prices are only reasonable
we make a complete examination,
using tho best of tho lato Improved
Instruments.
GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Postoffice Block.
CROPS GROWING
FAVORABLE WEEK FOR FAR.
MERS ALL OVER OREGON,
SIS
s
If you are Interested In Oil
Painting, see us. Our lino Is
complete.
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCHERS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS' SAl'LES
BLENDERS
SKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a specialty of
framing PICTURES. Nowest
stock of frames.
C. C. SHARP
Opera House Block.
' O SPICES, o
COFFEE,TEA,
BAKING POWDER,
FUVORiMG EXTRACTS
Afeslurttariry, Finest-Flavor,
OrtatejfSfrenJfh.asonabkfriccs.
CL05SET&DEVERS
PORTLAND OREGON.
SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
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Slight Frost Reported From Umatilla
County Plowing In Process Every
where Soli Is In Best of Condition
Sheepshearlng In Full Blast
Clip Cannot Be Estimated Yet.
The past week has been too cool
for rapid growth. Heavy rains have
occurred In the const counties, and
In portions of tho eastorn nnd tho
southern sections of tho statu.
Light frosts occurred Monday
morning In Douglas, Jackson and
Josophlno counties, nnd a hard frost
was reported In Umatilla county and
a few other localities Saturday morn
lng. These frosts, together with
those of the provlous week, have
done some damage to fruit, but Just
now much cannot yet bo ascertained
It is believed that cherries and
Italian prunes have suffered tho
most, and that peaches, pears, straw'
berries, petite prunes nnd apples
havo generally escaped injury.
The soil 1b in excellent condition
for plowing, and this work has pro
ceoded rapidly. Pall wheat, barley
and oats continued to make good ad
vancement and spring grain Is com
lng to good stands. Hops nro well
up on the twine, and their cultivn
tlon is being pushed.
Early planted gardens are coming
up nicely nnd the soli is being pre
pared for lato garden truck. Pas
tures and stock continued to Improve
nnd the flow of milk In the dairy (lis
tricts Is Increasing. Sheepshearlng
in general, but reports regarding the
clip havo been too few to make an
estimate regarding the yield.
Columbia River Valley.
Hood River, Wasco cqunty, P. D.
Hclnrichs Apples and pears in full
bloom and promise a large crop If
they escape freezing; we had soak
ing rains Wednesday night and
Thursday morning; fields, meadows
and gardens look very well; pastur
age Is good.
Victor, Wasco county, W. H. Tal
cott Good rains during the week;
fall wheat doing finely; early spring
sown, wheat is up to a good stand;
peaches, plums and cherries in full
bloom; farmers are behind with their
seeding.
Grant, Sherman county, Charles H.
Tom Weather favorable, with heav
iest rain of tho season on tho 27th;
seeding completed; wheat growing
rapidly, pastures excellent; stock
doing well; prospects for fruit good.
Condon, Gilliam county, J. F. RcIb-
acher Weather very favorable; far
mers busy sowing spring grain; wild
grass making good growth nnd fur
nishes abundant feud for stock; fruit
trees in bloom and the Indications
point to a heavy fruit crop If damag
ing frosts do not occur later.
Galloway, Morrow county, G. W.
Vincent Cool nnd rainy; crops grow
ing fast; grass on range good; stock
looking well; lambing about over;
shearing well advanced; trees load
ed with fruit.
Pendleton, Umatilla county, E. W.
McComas Weather and crop condi
tions favorable until Friday night,
when a severe frost occurred that
froze water In vessels; some damage
to apples; lato fruit not injured;
somo wheat and barley damaged
slightly In isolated cases.
How Shall They Bo Secured?" W. A.
Norman, Balllngcr; "Can tho Present
Method of Transporting Money xio
lmprovod?" J. T. Scott, Houston;
"Bcnollt8 of Bonded Warehouses,"
Jonathan Lane, Houston; "Stnto
Banks Are They Useful nnd Desir
able Aids to Commerce?" General W.
R. Hamby, Austin "Mercantile Col
lections," R. D. Gngo, Pecos; "Bank
Money Orders How Can Banks Re
cover the Business Taken by tho Ex
press Companies nnd Postofllco De
partment?" J. W. Blake, Dallas.
This afternoon wns given over by
tho delegates and their families to a
drivo to points of interest in and
about tho city. Tho regular busl
ne&s of the convention will be con
eluded tomorrow.
BIG CHURCH CONFERENCE.
African Methodists In Session With
475 Delegates.
St. Louis, May 4. The 2lBt goner
nl conference of tho Afrlcnn M. E.
Zlon church, began Its session In tho
Metropolitan church today with Ills-
hop J. W. Hood, of New York, tho
oldest negro bishop In America, pre-
Biding. The conference is composed
of 350 ministerial and 125 lay dele
gates, 25 of tho latter being women
Tho Zlon A. M. E. church was or
ganized in 179G. nnd has grown to
lio ono of the largest negro rcliginuB
bodies In tho United Stntcs. The
connection claims 550,000 memncrs,
0,000 churches, 4,000 ministers and
nine bishops, as well as 17 colleges
nnd schools.
The present conference will ho in
session threo weekB. The most im
portant work will bo the readjust
ment of plans for tho extension of
tho educational work.
SOUTH DAKOTA G. O. P.
Principal
Issue Is Machine or Anti
Macmne.
Sioux Falls, S. D., May 4. Tho re
publican state convention to choose
eight delegates at targe to the na
tional conveniion at Chicago, and to
nominate two candidates for con
gress, candidates for the Judiciary,
and n full state ticket, met at noon.
Tho report of tho committee on
resolutions will vigorously commend
tho whole course of tho Roosevelt
administration and strongly Indorse
tho president for ronomtnatlon.
The campaign for tho gubernator
ial nomination to be made by today's
convention has been ono of tho most
spirited in tho political hiBtory of
South Dakota. The indications are
that Geo. I. Crawford, tho anti-ma
chine candidate, has moro than
enough delegates pledged for him to
assuro his nomination. Tho selection
of Crawford will break up tho ma
chine rule which has prevailed hero
for six years.
BISHOP CHELAN'S JUBILEE.
FINANCIAL TOPICS.
Important Topics Being Discussed at
El. Paso.
El Paso, Texas, May 4. The pro
ceedings of this, the second day of
the annual meeting of the Texas
State Bankers' Association,
Celebrating 60th Anniversary of His
Priesthood.
Pittsburg, May 4. The Right Rev.
Richard Pbelan, bishop of tho Ro
man Catholic diocese of Pittsburg,
was the recipient of a flood of con
gratulations and numerous valuable
presents today on tho occasion of the
goldon Jubilee of his priesthood.
In observance of the anniversary
there was a splendid pontifical mass
in the Church of tho Epiphany this
morning, attended by the clergy of
the diocese and a host of represen
tativo lay members of the church. A
public reception is to bo hold in Car-
negio Hall this evening, at which it
is expected announcement will bo
made of the completion of a fund of
$250,000 for tno finishing of the in
terior of tho new St. Paul's Catho
dral.
if!
"WHAT'S BRED IN THE B0N
WILL OUT IN THE FLESH1
Is true of mankind as well as lower animals. We do not ex
pect blooded stock from common sires, physical giants from
dwarfs and midgets, nor well-developed, robust children from
tainted ancestors and sickly parents. It is contrary to the
laws of nature and heredity, which are inviolable, unchange
able and fixed.
Children not only inherit the features, form and dispo
sition of their parents, but the mental and physical qualities,
infirmities and diseases as well. That certain diseases are
transmitted from parents to children, arc bred in the bone
and handed down from one generation to another, can not
be denied, tor we see evidences of it every where and eveiy day.
SCROFULA, a disease almost as fatal as Consumption, is a
disease of the blood, is bred in the bone and will out in the flesh in
the form of glandular swellings, deep abscesses and sores, boils
taud eruptions. It affects the eyes and ears, weakens the digestion
and destroj's the red corpuscles and solids of the blood, resulting in
emaciation, stunted growth and poorly nourished bodies.
RHEUMATISM is handed down from gouty ancestors and
rheumatic parents. The acid poisons in the blood that cause the
sharp, shooting pains in muscles and taints have been there may be
from birth, and exposure to bad weather, night air, or cold, easterly
winds only hastens the attack by exciting the acid blood. The blood must be purified
the poisons filtered put of the system in order to get relief from this painful disease
CATARRH is something' more than a cold in the head; the poison extends into
Tl,
tern. We inherit a predispositiou or tendency to Catarrh, iust like other blood diseriw it
bred in the bone and can not be reached with sprays and salves, but requires constitutioc
treatment and a thorough cleansingor tlie disease-tainted blood.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON is responsible for more suffering than all ot
diseases combined, and none is so surely transmitted from parent to child. Fearful n1i
and sores and disgusting skin eruptions often break out in iiifanc and those whose blood
tanuea wiiii tins awnu poison are nauaicappea irom oinn, ana unless the poison is
catea carry the taint through lite.
CANCEROUS ULCERS and old sores seem to pursue some families through g
erations, and in spite of washes, salves and ointments, continue to spread and ftot
cause me taint is in me oiooa; is orca in tne Done ana grounaea m the Mesh.
vr-i.1.1 1 .1 im. o o 1. ,i. . i . ,
iNuimiiK out u rem uioou remeuv HKe o. o. a. can reacn inesc uccpiv rooted, in
diseases. It goes to the fountain source of the trouble, uproots the old taint, drives
the poisons that have been lurking in the blood for years, and tones up the weakly coustitut
S. S. S. reaches diseases of this character that no other medicine does or can. It
been tested in thousands of cases during the nearly fifty years of its existence, and its rept
tion as a cure tor chronic blood troubles is firmly establisl
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and suited
old and 3roung and persons of delicate constitution. If
have inherited a predisposition or tendency to some fai
taint, the sooner you begin a course of S. S. S. the quii
and more certain the cure. The disease may dev
in childhood or later on in life, but is sure to make its
pearance sometime, "for what is bred in the bone will out in the flesh," as sure as you.
Our physicians make diseases of the blood and skin a special study. Write us
about your case, and medical advice or any special information desired will cost you nol
THE SWIFT &HZUIHU UU., AIUWW,
eraS
Conference of Augustana Synod.
Galesburg, III., May 4. The Illi
nois conference of the Augustana
synod of tho Lutheran church, bogan
its annual sosslon here today and
will continue In session for a week.
Tho conference comprises the Luth
eran churches of Illinois, Indiana,
Michigan ' and Western Wisconsin,
and embraces 105 congregations and
30,000 members.
A autnmoblbble in der street
vorth two weoks in dor hospital.
is
ONLY PLACp
TON TO
IN PENDLE
GET IT,
PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF
ALL KINDS.
Meeting of Canegrowers,
Jacksonville, Fla., May 4. Tho In
terstato Sugargrowors' Association
wero becan Its second annual convention
opened with an invocation by Rev. n Jacksonville today with D. G.
H Easter. The speakers and their pur8c, of Savannah, presiding.. The
topics at the forenoon session wore delegates number more than BOO und
as follows: como from Arkansas, Toxas, Louis
"The Need of Itailroads and Ira- iaa Mississippi, Alabama, Florida,
migration in Western Toxas. nnd Georgia nnd South Carolina. Hon.
James Wilson, secretary of ngricul
ture; Dr. H. W. Wiley, chlof of tno
bureau of chemistry. United States
department of agriculture, nnd other
prominent speakers will address tho
convontlon.
1 E. J MURPHY
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Drink
ESCBNT
RBAJML
OFFEE
It Is Fine
Court St.
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
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THE CELEBRATED
PABST
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our customers will bo survod with It whop they cull at our place.
Wo handle only tho I'abst boor nnd havo it on draught nnd
bottled.
THE STATE SALOON
J. E. Russell & Co., Props.
Must Be.
Sho Ho must be awfully rich.
Ho Why?
Sho Ho says ho can't staud
grand opora or BhakoBpoaro.
for
1 Mrs. Jano I,. Stanford bought In
Egypt nnd has brought with her to
California, a bun rollof stntuo of
Cheops, which Egyptologists avor
was made 7,000 years boforo Christ.
It Is of flint and four foot high.
Marrie
Women
Every woman covets a
shapely, pretty figure, and
many of them deplore tho
, - e t-..l. f -
loss oi uicn giruHij iuiiiu
after marriage. The bearing
of children is often destructive
to the mother's shapeliness.
All of this can be avoided,
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
mat liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit und relief derived from the
use of this wonderful
1 HE BEST
IS THE Cr EAPESTI
Bear this In mind when J
need poultry and stock tWM
and nsk for tho Interastlwl
Poultry and Stock Food. W
Kow Kuro for your cow w
bles.
C. F. Colesworlhy
127-129 East Alta 8t
Agent for Lee's Lice Kite
remedy. Sold by all
druggists at $i.oo per
bottle. Our little
book, tellinir all about
this liniment, will bo sent free.
Tte Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ba.
I
e,t,M nurlet Election NcWl
Of election to determine 1
dobtedness obligations snail k
gotlatud and sold.
Notice is nereny B'vi
school meeting of facnoo'
w in nt I'mntllla CountJ,
.... i. (lio rnlinty COUrt
in said district, on tho I6tn JJ
May, 1304. there i"
to tlie legui vmviB -- j,
tho district proposed to be '"fj
I the amount ot Sixty i..- ,
I lars shall be negotiated and
corn ing ui nit- n-iiigtfi
jBlonCor Scrtlon 3SS9 of WMJ
! Cotton's Annotated ' i
i,t.,K nf nrecon or tm P"" 4
,sul,d,v.slon :u of jaU I sccu
vote to be Ui om, . t
it,., tin- wrrdS, ouir v
division
ABIES
Many hoinei are mere lonely abodei
because no children are there. Uarrenness ex
ists in nlnioat every case because female diseases
Imvp nnnili'TOfl flip nrmm itf wmminhood.
Wine ot Carilui imparts health and strength to tin diseased parts
and makes motherhood possible in thousands of cases where Imrrenncss
is supposed to bo incurable. Wine of Canlui regulates tlie menstrual
flow ami also prevents miscarriage and cures lieariw; down pains.
Wino of Cardui removes tho cause of barrenness by making the female
organism 1,;u;(1 sccuro ft tU0Q bottlc o( WSne o Cardui.
Too uso o AV"ine of Cardui will bring happiness to your home.
In cases requiring fjoeial directions, address, .',,',K
evmptoms, ' I'bo Ladies' Advisory Department, The
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Amktiiyrt, Com)., Tob. 2-1, 1902.
Wino of Cardui is worth its weight in gold. It does moro than
you claim. It has saved my life nml caused me to become a mother
when everything else failed. MltS. DOHA I. h. Lor E Villi.
Mutant. Va Feb. 18, 1002.
Mir dauolitcr-iiflaw. Lizzie Giles, found great benefit in Wine of
I. She had a miscarriage in March 1001, b.-foro using your weu-
tV HID V.
Cardui
"M flniiifVifor.
treatment. Sho highly apprec.ates wino ot t uruui.
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m . and r. nm.ii open until
"l! ordcofMieCoardot
of School District No. 1.
County. Oregon April, 1
i ,1,1c !r,fh uay of 1
190-1.
imiiv IIAII.KY JR
LUli TEL'TSCH,
Chairman Board
District
Crhnnl District
Notlco is hereby
school meeting or
Bond EleetlWj
School &
school muuui'b 7,nunty, I"
nt i'mntllla ('ouu".j1
sv5 rr
n Bn" , ' . m be
May. :"aBd du'd
the icgai vuiw tMW'j
rr tlin mirnOSO Of Wl u .v-e ?M
'.,,io nnd erecting .j.
school buildings hailtjj
bo by ballot, up - ft d me
wnnln ''Bonds cs " .neseJ;
til 4 o'cloclc P- W'-rf oi P'SI
Uy order oi m of w-
... oi,.,oi lilRtrlCt NO. ' w
County, OWBon. , AprP,
nn.rl th Is zDth uay