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DAILY EAST ORE QONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904.
EIGHT
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Silt! eoaliaiif mm m
It's "Moving Day" for
BED BUGS
Yon can mnUo any day you
chooso "moving day" for bed
bugs If you buy n botlo of
The Green Fluid
Insecticide
It is quids, convenient nnd ab
solutely sure death to tuese
pests that ofton Hnd tholr way
into tho liomes of tho beat and
moat cnroful housekeepers.
Many "good housekeepers" that
you Know nro buying Insectl
clde. Every bottle guaranteed.
25c.
F. W. SCHMIDT
I'M
WILL HELP E
O. R. A N. CO. WILL.
FIND MARKET FOR FRUIT
Colonel R. C. Judson Writes Encour
nglnn Letter to Bustllnn Irrlgatlo
Town Will Help Start New Indu
try and Will Assist Farmers In Di
posing of Immense Fruit Crop
Which Has Been Neglected Hereto
fore.
DRUGGIST.
POSTOFFICE BLOCK.
GENERAL NEWS.
Twelve horses ran at the Chester,
England, handicap, May 4. It was
won $12,750 by Sand Hoy.
The threatened street car strike in
San Francisco, has been nvorted by
a compromise. Mayor Schmitz was
the principal mediator.
Four bandits were recently carrot
ed at Santiago do Cuba. These were
tho first executions by this method
since the Spanish occupation.
Two labor union men and one po
liceman were killed, and about 100
union men wounded in labor riots
May 1, at Iluenos Ayers, Argentine.
A 40-year boundary squabble be
tween Chile and Argentine hns Just
been settled by a hard and fast agree
ment to the result of a joint survoy.
The Canadian government lias en
tered actively upon a policy of colo
nizing British North America Just as
fnr northward ns people can be In
duced lo locate.
Lowell Ellis was convicted at Can
yon City, Col., of train wrecking. His
companions, Myron Aldrich, and
William Denton, were acquitted. All
are under 18 years of age.
The Tibetans give every indication
that they will put up a determined
fight against further British aggres
sions from the south. They have the
latter stalled now In the vicinity of
Lhassa, with fortifications and troops.
Tlie following letter from Col. It
C. Judson, of the O. It. & N. to the
citizens of Echo, shows how much th
work of that IniBy town Is ahiireciat
ed by tho enterprising company that
is enueavornig to help tho country by
industrial education, through tho lec
tures furnished to It by the Farmers
Club at that place.
It will ho seen by this letter that
Mr. Judson will take tin the work o
assisting the peoplo of Echo to find a
market for their fruit crop, which has
in a measure been neglected In tho
past on account of having no marke
at the right time. The letter is as
follows:
Mr. H. C. Willis,
Echo, Oregon.
My Dear Sir: I desire to take this
opportunity to thank the citizens of
Echo for the mnnner in which they
took hold of all tho meetings, and
made them pronounced successes
The last one was as good and cnthusi
astlc, as I have over attended In any
country. It Is very gratifying to
work with such peoplo, and where
they all seem to be of one "happy
family."
During the next four months the
O. 11. & N. Co. will do Its part townrd
putting in Industries, nnd If wo get
together nnd work in unison we
ought to accomplish much, and make
the vicinity of Echo the leading farm
ing country of the Northwest. Will
be with you soon, at which time wo
can plan for the sale of your fruits,
which heretofore havo been neglect'
ed.
Thanking you for nil your klml
ness, I remain,
Yours very truly,
It. C. JUDSON.
ATHENA NEWS.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
C. SI. Idleman, of Portland, is talk
ed of for governor of Alaska.
All the lodges in Albany are or
ganizing fraternal baseball teams to
play during the summer months.
Marriage of a Popular Young Couple
Who Will Live at Weston.
Athena, .May 4. Mrs. G. C. Osburn
of La Grande, is going to spend two
weeks here visiting.
Little Charley Hussell Is still im
proving, and It Is hoped that he will
soon be up nnd around ngaln.
Mrs. Frank Walsh's sister. Miss
Mnude Armstrong of Prescott, spent
a few days at' the Athena hotel.
Miss l.lllle Bannister left Sunday
morning to commence a school in a
mountain district near Mencham.
Isenberg-Saling.
Hov. J. SI. Jenkins, pastor of tho
Christian church, performed the wed
ding ceremony' of Herman SI. Sallug
and Sliss Elna Isenberg, both of Wes
ton, at the home of Sir. and Sirs. SI.
O. Hurley. The bride Is a charming
Master builders on the Lewis and
Clnrk fair grounds havo asked for an j young lady of Hood Itlver, and tho
eight-hour day on the fair ground groom Is a popular young man of
work.
Eugene may have street autos In
stead of street cars, a company now
having nn automobile lino under con
sideration. James Iteid, n pioneer of Cariboo,
and a member of the Canadian par
liament sinco 1881, is dead at Van
couver, B. C.
Tom SIcFaddon. of Portland, at
tempted suicide Wednesday morning
because a chambermaid in a Front
street hotel Jilted him.
Because of tho accidental deaths of
two young sons within a week. Sirs.
Samuel E. Coulter, of Vancouver. U.
C., has lost her reason.
Slayor Dallinger closed every pool
room In Seattle. Wednesday motnlug
and will make n closed town of It If
ho Is compelled to double tho police
l'.i'ct to do it.
A locomotive and 14 cars loaded
with logs, ran away on the Illack
Hills logging camp road, near Olym
pia, Wednesday, smashing the entiro
train Into spllntors.
Tho body of an unknown man
weighing about 165 pounds, five feet
and eight Inches In height, wearing
an ollakln coat, was washed ashore
near Astoria, on the Columbia, Wed
nesday morning.
Deputy Sheriff Sillier, of Sllvor
Dow. Slont.. Jumped out of a car win
dow on a moving Southern Pacific
train. In Nevada. Wednesday morn
ing, to follow a prisoner who was
mnklng his escape from Miller, and
neither prisoner nor doputy can bo
found. It Is feared both foil Into tho
river which ran beside tho track. Tho
train was backed up, but found no
traco of them
Weston.
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
covery for Consumption Is a sure
euro for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Sirs.
C. II. Van ...etre, of Shephcrdtown,
W. Vn., says: "I had a severe case
of Bronchitis and for a year tried
everything I heard of, but got no
relief. One bottle of Dr. King's Now
Discovery then cured me absolutely."
It's infallible for Croup, Whooping
Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and Con
sumption. Try It. It's guaranteed
by Tallmnn & Co., druggists. Trial
bottles free. Regular sizes 50c, ?1.
The Pendleton.
F. Wotden, Porllnnd.
George Bunch, Portland.
C, E. Wood, Portland.
L. Samuol, Portland.
A. L, Dunner, Snn Francisco.
C. A. Barrett, Athena.
H. J. Conway, Chicago,
O. n. Datson, Portland.
Ivan C. Anderson, Portland.
It. Abrnhamscn, Portland.
H. S. Erb, St. Umis.
G. Jennings, St. I.ouls.
Itobort Morris. San FrnnclBCo.
G. It. Sims, Snu Francisco,
G. W. Hunt, Portland.
H. T. Wilson. The Dalles.
Sirs. W. B. Hamilton, Wnlln Walla
J. C. l.lndsoy, Portland.
D. Shultz, Portland.
I. . Blnck, San Francisco.
A. Nylandor, Portland.
It. A. Seeds, Spoknue.
C. Adls, Spokane.
J, H. Klocknor, Spokane.
Charles E. Pierce, Portland.
J. SI. Hussell, Portland.
The St. George.
F. J. Vandersllce, San Francisco.
W. T. Kirk, Payette.
James B. Buchannn, Kansas City.
August Chrlstlnson, Chicago.
C. It. Ogg. St. Louis.
W. S. Aydelott and wife, Lebanon.
J. C. DoLang, Wnlln alia.
E. Stewart and wife, Pittsburg.
James C. White, San Francisco.
C. SI. Boynn, Snn Francisco.
Herbert Jones, San Frnnclsco.
E. B, Knapp, Boston.
W. N. SInxwell, Portland.
Will SI. Peterson, Atlionn.
W. W. Beed. Itocliestor.
Charles Browne ,Snn Frnnclsco.
Ben Slltchell, Portland.
Sliss Orn D. Woods, Walla Walla
Robert Harnett, Spokane.
J. J. Kauffinnn. Wnlln Walla.
Sirs. S. A. Nash, Gallopolls.
Sliss Nash, Gallopolls.
George Harris. Portland.
Colin V. Dymeut, Walla Walla.
It. L. Burk, Covington.
L. D, Hammond, Seattle.
SI. A. Watson, Denver.
George A. Powers, Syracuse.
CLOTHING SALE
all r.l nruiMfi uii i nr RPnnr.pn THIS WEEK AT THE FAIR. WE arc
r.nnwnrn im tuis i imp iMn arp r-.niNr. TO CUT PRICES TO THE LOWEST DnmJ . ?.. MUcm
TO MAKE A LITTLE ROOM. ORoU
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 $6.00
$5.00 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $4.00
$4.00 SUITS NOW SELL FOR $3.20
OUTFIT YOUR BOYS THIS WEEK WHILE YOU CAN SAVE SO MUCH.
The FA
The FAIR.1
THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY.
'in
The Bickers.
It. It. SIcBac, Colfax.
W. A. Toutsch, Kansas.
B. C. Scott, city.
J. H. Chambers, Wallowa.
W. SI. Fellows, North Yakima.
Sirs. W. St. Fellows.
Nell SlcDovltt. city.
A. W. Downer, city.
Andrew W. Cnrr, Seneca.
J. A. rtussel. Wnlln Walla.
John Ferguses, North Yakima.
John SI. Slnster. North Yakima.
T. J. Burg. Walla Walla.
J. Drew, Walla Walla.
Jack Brown, cltv.
It. C. Long, Spokane.
Leo Toutsch, city.
Mrs. Lee Toutsch, city.
Slaster Lee Teutsch, city.
J. .Morris Teutsch, city.
B. F. Slarlin, city.
Cades, Spokane.
Sirs. W. S. Zeiger, Boise.
J. Smith, Portland.
B. Adams, Baker City.
J. N. Crossett. Pomeroy.
Sirs. .1. N. Crossett. Pomeroy.
H. G. Hanland. Elgin.
T. It. Yorger, Baker City.
kkW0ffiIHf.5ILWiNIl! 01 SUMMER
Winona Wagons, Hacks and Buggies. Work tho snmo winter nnd
summer. Best finish, strongest nnd easiest running Wagons made.
We have Just received three carloads and can mako closo figures
on our rigs. Give us a call and be convinced.
NEAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Shop. Wator Streot
Stover Gasoline Engines.
"Electricity will cure
more diseases than all
jthor means combined,"
Dr. B a r t h o 1 o w
leading professor of
Philadelphia, Pa.
DODGING THE LAW.
THREE BIG BARGAINS
la "
Suburban Property.
.Four acres, good orchard and
houso 2.250
8lx acres, with good house, 400
bearing fruit trees; alfalfa,
and chicken yard. Indepen
dent water system. Terms. ..$5,500
Eight acres, good houso and
barn; 100 hearing fruit trees.
Irrigated $2,250
E. T. WADE & SON.
Indians Trying to Evade Law Requir
ing Dipping.
Wallula, Wash., Slay 0. Several
hundred Umatilla Indian cayuses aro
roported ranging on the south slope
of tho Horse Heaven, huvlng been
driven over from Slorrow county by
tholr Indian owners to save the con
sequences of failure to properly dip
before May 1. Six hundred or mo
animals, nearly all affected with
mmiL'e. were wintering on tho north
em Slorrow range near tho Columbia
when State Veterinarian Christie
mado an investigation six weeks ago.
Ho ordered a few of tho ponies
shot as a warning, nnd gave tho uma
tlllas. until Muy 1 to havo tholr ca
yuses dipped. Otherwise, all wore
to bo killed. Tho Indians wero prom
Ised assistance In the dipping.
Instead of carrying out tho order,
tho redmen hurried tho major portion
of tholr bands . over Into Klickitat
county, crossing the Columbia some
where between Umatilla and Castle
Hock. Horso Heaven homesteaders
aro rooorted Indignant nt tho unwol
come Infection thus brought among
tholr stock, and complaint has boon
sent to the state votorlnurlan of
Wimhlneton. What action Will DO
taken Is not known.
Quick Arrest.
.t. A. Giilledgo. of Verbena, Aln
was twice In tho hospital irom a so
vnrn rnsn of IllloS CBUSlng 24 tlimOrOB,
Afmr doctors and all romodloB fall
ed, nucklon's Arnica Salvo quickly
arrested further iniiammiuiuii mm
cured lilm. It conquers aches and
kills pain. 25c at Tollman & Co,,
druggists,
Tint,.,, u Hlnnnr of herbs and con
tentment than a "stnlled" auto In a
far country.
STATU OV OHIO, (MTV OI' TOI,i:i)0,
I.UCAH CONTY. n. ......
i.Vnnfc J. (Mienov makes onth Hint no In
senior partner of the Ilrra fit P. .1. Cheney
& t;o.. uoing iiuaweHi in me .uy u, ..
leilo, County aud Htnte nforesnld. nnil Hint
-.1,1 linn will nnv the mini of ONI! 1IU.V
DIIKI) DOIJ.AItK for ench nnd every fie
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
ue of nail's catarni iiiro.
Strom tn before me nnd subscribed In
my preence, this Otli day of December,
(Seal.) A. W. (JWJAKpX.
Notnrr l'uh e,
IMM' f'.itnrrh Cure Is tuken Internal.
ml acts directly on t lie blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials free.
V. J. rillJ.NKl ' loieuo, w.
Hold br Drnjotlst. nrlre 7.'ic.
Take Hall's Family Tills for constlpa
tlon.
Ex-Bankers on Trial.
Trenton. N. J., Slay r. The cases
of George F, Kroehl and A. C. Twin
Ing, directors or the defunct First
National Bank or Asbury Park, wore
called for trial today before Judge
Kirkpatrlck. Tho two aro accused of
certifying falsely to a report of the
bank's condition to the comptroller
or the currency.
There Is nothing quite so tiresome
as the man with a grlovanco.
THE REAL TEST
OI Herplclde la In GlTln It a Thor.
ousk TrlaL
There Is only one test by which to
judge or tne emciency 01 any arucia
and that la by Its ability to do that
which It la Intended to do. Many hair
vigors may look nlco and amoll nice,
but the point Is do they eradicate Dan
druff and atop falling- hair?
No. they do not. but Herplclde does.
because It goes to the root of tho avll
and kills the germ that attacks tho
papilla from whence the hair gets its
life.
Letters from prominent people every
where are dally proving1 that Newbro's
Herplclde (stands the "test of use."
It Is a delightful dressing, clear, pure
and freo from oil or grease.
rfoHl by leading druggists. Send 10c. in
stamps for sample to The Herplcldo Co,,
Detroit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent.
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AA1USEMBNT
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. & C. R. Depot.
I'Electriclty will ho
the sulo remedy for
the future." SI. D.
Arsonvnl, tho great
medicnl doctor of Paris,
France.
NOTICE
TO ALL MY FRIENns
PATRONS:
I TAKE PLEASURE IN
INTRODUCING TO MY
FRIENDS, DRS. L. L. ANO T,
H. WHITE, TO WHOM i
HAVE SOLD MY DENTAL
BUSINESS IN THIS CITY. I
THOROUGHLY RECOMMEND
THE riRR. wm-rr ao ru
.. ring, j
CLASS DENTISTS IN EVERY
RESPECT, AND WILL ES
TEEM IT A FAVOR FOS
ANY OF MY PATIENTS TO
PLACE THEIR CASES IN
HANDS OF THE DRS,
WHITE.
RESPECTFULLY,
E. A. A1ANN
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
State.
HELP FOR THE SICK
THE MARVELOU3 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 T.REATMENT. THOUSANDS ARE
QUICKLY CURED OF EVERY KNOWN DISEASE, FROM WHOM I
HAVE LETTERS THAT CAN BE SEEN AT MY OFFICE.
Are You sick? Do you want to. get well? I cun Bhow you tho way.
It is tho way that I havo provon succeHHtiil In thousands of cases, I
havo on file letters from satisfied patients who havo proven tho value of
my treatment by actual trial. If you could rend a few or theso letters,
telling of miraculous cures after years of suffering, I would need no fur
ther argument lo convince you of my ability. I have passed tho experi
mental stage. I know what I con do. No matter what your disease, I can
cure you.
I havo cured bovoral cases In Pendleton after all other known reme
dies had faiied. Call and got tholr names and Intervlow them. Sly system
and tho Oxygen nnd Electric Buttoiles that I uso nro different from all
othors. I have furnished thousands with my Batteries that have cured
thomselves. Theso Batteries aro tho only ones patented and aro not sold
through dealers. I have tho only C0-cell Electric Body Bolt made; tho
only ono guaranteed and kept In ordor fruo of chnrgo. I will treat you
or turnlsh you a Battery and teach you how to treat yoursolf success
fully. Call and see me, or address, Sledernach Block, C27 Slain Street.
Advice FREE. Pondloton, Oregon.
PROF. F. F. SHADDUCK, ELECTRO-THERAPEUTI8T.
We Want to Do Yoti Plumbing
Our long experience, togothor with our unexcelled facilities for doing
tho boat work, nro at your servlco without extra charge.
Good honest work always done That's tho reason why our patrons
aro always satisfied.
BECK, the Reliable Plumber
Court Street, opposite Hotel Bickers.
1 Its
THE BEST
THIS MOST WHOLESOME
PROPERLY MILLED
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Walters' Flouring Mills
Capacity, 160 barrols a day,
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feod, Chopped Food,
ltc, always on hand.
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF ALL KINDS
GootU taken beat of core of. Leaae
ordar at TouUcu'a. Thoae, Main 1271.
Sunrome Juilce Thomas 0'Daj.
Dairy and Food Commissioner-!!
SI. Douclas.
Presidential Electors John 1 1
Jeffrey, T. II. Crawford, V. B. DiUal
and J. II. Smith.
District.
Congress, Second District J. l
Simmons. I
District Attorney, Umatilla isll
Mnrrmv J. H. Ilnlpv
Joint KopreRontative, Morrow di
Umatilla F. B, Hollirook.
County.
Judge G. A. Hartnian.
Sheriff T. D. Taylor.
Clerk J. E. Cherry.
Assessor C. P. Strain.
Wllllnm Lloyd.
Itepresontatives Wi D. Chambffl
lain and William inaueiey. f
School Superintendent . M
Slayberry.
Suryoyor C. C. Berkeley.
Treasurer S. (!. Ughtfoot.
Hecordcr W. H. Fowler,
Coroner Dr. T. SI. Henderson.
Dmr 1 nr.t.
Justice of the Peace S. S. Dt
noil.
Constable John SI, Bender.
Republican Ticket.
For Presidential Electors:
W. V. Hamilton
J. N. Hart
W. II. Goro
James A. Fee
For Supremo Judge:
Justice F. A. Jloore
For Food and Dairy Commissloier
J, W. Bailey
For Prosecuting Attorney:
G. W. Pholus
For Joiut Hopresentatlvc
Dr. W. G. oie
For Congressman In Second Dl
J. IS. W111IUU'BU
For Representatives:
John J. Balloray
Honrv Adams
For County Judge:
Honry J. Dean
For County Clerk:
Frauk Sallng
For Sheriff:
C. A. Barrett
For Treasurer:
E. J. sommeryiii"
For Ilocordor:
W. II. roisora
For Assessor:
W. T. Illgby
For Commissioner:
tt Wnlknr
For School Superintendent,
Frank K. Welles.
For Coroner:
Dr. A. w. uui"
For Surveyor
j. w. Kimbrell . pi
For Justice of Peace, Pendleto"
trlct
Thomas nu ""
For Constnblo:
F. W. Earnharl
WANTRI-ADVniia;i8Rl I J0, , J
,,. of these clotwIOed i'u . ,-f, tt
invt. Hiiiut-LiiiiiK j ----- .... ,nni
to trade It ror '"7n0 we t.
Uo,ly way Have and have no u
thine that you may need id J ,M ,
.You may Hove ?u - r Tt-jj,
may wUh to trade for i a cow
Somebody may hare tue cow20e "
and want the hone.
will urooauiy no iu