East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 05, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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DAILY EAST OSEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1904.
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New, Fresh and
eliable Merchandise
At Money-Saving Prices The Big Sale at Alexander's
READ READ READ
36-Inch Dixie L. L. Muslin 20 yards for $1.00
36-lnch Lonsdale Bleached Muslin .. 12 yards for $1.00
36-Inch Fruit of Loom Bleached Muslin 12 yards for $1.00
45-lnch Andros Goggln Pillow Tubing 14c yard
45-Inch Aurora Pillow casing 12c yard
94 Aurora Bleached Sheeting 22c yard
10-4 Aurora Bleached Sheeting 25c yard
A, F. C. Dress Ginghams 6J4c yard
American Indigo Prints e 20 yards for $1.00
Gibraltar Percales, Dark Colors 7c yard
SHOE BARGAINS
All $1.50 Ladles' Shoes at $1.15 pair
All $2.00 Ladles' Shoes at $1.49 pair
All $2.50 Ladles' Shoes at $1.82 pair
All $3.00 Ladles Shoes at ...... $2.25 pair
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BOISE CITY WOMAN HAS
NEW FOODSTUFF.
In
Jexander Department Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
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Dr. C. J. Whitaker
To Resume the Practice of
Dentistry in Pendleton
DR. C. J. WHITAKER, THE RELIABLE DENTIST, WHOSE WORK
IN THE PAST BUILT HIM SUCH A LARGE PRACTICE, HAS CON
CLUDED TO OPEN BUSINESS IN HIS OLD FIELD AND WILL BE
FOUND IN THE OLD OFFICE, CORNER OF MAIN AND COURT STS.
Office Open for Business May 5
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PLUMBING
and SEWER WORK
HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST-
8 WORKMEN: ALSO Make rfwpp connections. ES
TATES FURNI8HED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR
HE HARDWARE MAN." 741 MAIN ST.
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.t MAKERS.
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'M. tt. ,, GUARANTEED ROOF
JSP BoZtZ Something that
won't glvo out Just at the
' Wtl.fm?;mnS that will Btand hard usaco. ELATERITE ROOF-
i .v.. unnao . . w
LT 'i we claim . ,u?u,roiaont8 nn niany moro. u is guurumuuu
Wt .tti otteiod .f,f A1' U httB marot toT ovor two1?
r Nods. w.ia.Bt"ctly on its own mnrim. not on tho domorltfl ot
1 tUlerU- D r pr,MB nn(1 Information.
-6 vu., iu Worcester diock, ruruauu, v vrw"
Lumber and
Building Materials
If you are arranging to build or
make Improvements, come and see
us for your lumber. Our stock Ib
large and well selected. We want
to figure with you on your lumber
bill. TVc make sash, doors and
blinds.
Pendleton
Planing Mills
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and Codes.
COAL
Let us fill your
bin with ....
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most economical fuel.
We are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply. We de
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.
Laatz Bros.
Main Street
Near Depol
Invented Milk In a Powder Form
That Is More Healthful Than Real
Article All Possibility of Germs Is
Removed by the Process Mortality
Among Babies Will Be Reduced by
its Use.
Tho following Interesting story,
concerning n woman who for a time
resided In noise, comes from Paris
says tli c llolso Stntcsman:
Beautiful Mrs. Joseph R. Ho
Mnr, the most strikingly handsome
woman In tho American colony
Paris, who was recently married to
Jnmes H. Hatmaker of Now York
has originated n most Interesting and
curious fad. At her teas this winter
Mrs. Hatmaker has astonished her
guests with this odd Question:
"If not a cup of tea, may I niak
you a glass of milk?"
And then from a little jeweled all
ver box, with n very small gold spoon
tho hostess drops a little yellowish
white powder Into a glass of water
and serves her wondering guest with
a refreshing drink of milk.
Tho first taste of tho niaglo bever
age removes tho not unreasonable
misgivings of the guest, and th
question, "How on earth do you mnl
a glass of milk with that powder?'
Is answered by Mrs. Hatmaker thus
"To tell you the truth, this nilracu
lous powder Is tho secret of my ro
mance with Mr. Hatmaker. He In
vented a way to reduce milk to
powder, nnd, do you know, It's th
greatest thing anybody has ever dls
covered.
"All the horrid little germs that kill
babies and make people III are
driven out, you know. I Just couldn
help falling In love with a. man who
was so clever.
"Being sterile nnd dry It will, of
course, keep indefinitely, provided
that no germs are allowed access to
It. Samples, properly packed in air
tight boxes, havo been sent round tho
world, and have been found to be per
fectly sterile germ-free on their re-
turn.
"Most reassuring of all Is the dec
laration said to be supported by ex
perlments In more than a thousand
cases that this powdered form o
Bterlllzed milk solves tho problem
furnished by the dreadful mortnllty
among babies In large cities during
the summer months."
"Statistics In France and Englant
show that about one In 10 of nil the
deaths that occur are directly traced
to the use of milk. Tho majority of
these deaths are of children under
year old.
"Yet If children do not receive
liberal supply of milk during the first
decade of their Ufa they suffer In
comparison with their better-fed fel
lows. Tho explanation of the paradox
Is only too simple."
A MEDICAL TALK.
Spring Weather Bring Its Changes
That Demand Attention.
The effect of April weather upon
the nervous system has not been
properly appreciated by physicians,
The rapid transformation of winter
Into summer, the many, atmospheric
changes, magnetic, electrical and
thermic, conspire to make tho month
of April a very trying one to peoplo
of nervous temperaments.
Overworked peoplo break down In
this month. Invalids from nervous
diseases get worse. Peoplo who
never realized they had nerves dis
cover for tho first tlmfe that they are
becoming restless, sleepless, Irritable
and easily agitated.
This condition has been fully de
scribed by Dr. Hartman the renowned
catarrh specialist. The name he has
given to that peculiar phase of nerv
ousness excited by April weather Is
catarrhal nervousness,
Tlia mucous membranes of tho
whole body are in a state of catarrhal
congestion. The food is not properly
digested nor assimilated. Discharges
of mucous operate as a drain upon
tho system. The nervu centers are
depleted the constitution undermined.
Tho sudden withdrawal of the brae
log climate of winter, added to all
these Influences, produces many a
nervous wreck during the month of
April.
it Is during this month that so
many people bavo found Pertina of
priceless valuo. A bottlo of Peruna
taken according to the directions,
during the month of April Is worth
its weight in gold.
Want More Trib.
L. F. Foster. San Kr&nc:BCO, Cal
Feb. 2nd, 1903, writes: "Please find
enclosed draft for S1GU.0O. Bond roe
ono dozen treatments of Trib.' The
druggists here say tinjy nave orders
in Uiey can't get filled. Why is this?
took Trib myself last Juno and
never felt hotter in my llfo than I
do now, I have gone down in weight
to 195 pounds and never think of
liquor or tobacco any moro. I know
of 2C cures you could get reference
from, if you care to write for them.
Be sure to send mo twelve Tribs at
once; I want to send them to Honolulu."
Tallman & Co., local agents.
dolphin, for $20,000 damases. Tho
sworn complaint has been filed In tho
clerk's office at Buffalo. N. Y.
It appears from this that the In
dies' Homo Journal In a recent num
ber published an attnek on patent
medicines. This article charged that
tho well-known remedy, called "Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription," con
tained 17 per cent of alcohol, nlso
certain drugs, nnd that these Ingredi
ents mnde the medicine harmful nnd
dangerous.
Tho sworn complaint shows thnt
the above statement is wholly nnd
absolutely false In every particular,
and thnt the medicine contains no
deleterious Ingredients whatever, and
none of tho Ingredients stnted In tho
article so published, being made of
certain extracts of medicinal plants
and roots harmless to the most deli
cate constitution.
When cnlled upon, Dr. V. Mott
Pierce, an officer of the company,
said:
"In a recent article, The Ladles'
Homo Journal made this wholly un
founded attack upon our remedy.
Tho charges made against our medi
cine nro absolutely false, as the com
plaint in our suit shows.
"Wo find It hnrd to understand
how n reputable magazine of tho high
standing nnd enormous circulation of
the Ladles' Home Journal should
make such a damaging stntemont
without taking pain's to ascertain tho
facts. Tho remedy, 'Dr. Plcrco'fl Fa
vorite Prescription,' Is so well nnd fa
vorably known, and has such a wldo
sale, that we could not afford to al
low such n chnrge to pass unanswer
ed. The fact Is the 'Favorite Pre
scription" Is composed of extracts of
medicinal plants, roots and herbs,
which would not harm tho most deli
cate system. It Is a false and un
founded attack upon tho good nnmu
and repute of our company."
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Stomach
No appetite, loss of strength,
nervoujneu, headache, consflpttlon,
bid breath, general debility, sour rls
Ings, and catarrh of the stomach ar
all due to Indigestion. Kodol curat
Indigestion, This new discovery repre
sents the natural Juices of dlgesttoa
as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonla
and reconstructive properties. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure does not only cur In
digestion and dyspepsia, but this famaua
remedy cures all stomach trouble by
cleansing, purifying, sweetening arvi
strengthening the mucous membrane
lining the stomach.
Kodol
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
aives Health to the nick antf
Gtrtngth to the Weak,
Bottles onlr. J 1. 00 Slia hoUlnc 21 ttmt
the trial size, which sells (or 30c
Prepared by B. C. DeWltt & Co., Ctdcan
Real Estate Transfers.
Charles O. Jeffrey and wife havo
sold to Sarah I.ako for $t;,(l(IU, tho
northwest quarter of section 28, In
township 4, north of range 30 east,
being 1C0 acres of land In tho vicin
ity of Weston Mountain.
Annie O'Hnra, as the guardian of
Lillian O'Hnra nnd Frank O'Hara,
minors, has sold to Frank O'Hara for
a consideration of $1,000, a two-fifths
Interest In 320 acres of land n short
distance to tho northenst of Weston.
Tho land belonged to the children nnd
was held In trust by tho guardian,
who sold It under order of the court
to tho highest bidder.
Sold by Tallman 4 Co.
More Money From Carnegie.
Coshocton, O., May G. The Coshoc
ton Carneglo library was dedicated
today with simple but Interesting ex
ercises. Professor George W. Knight
or tho Ohio Stnto University, nnd
other visitors of prominence wero
among tho participants. The library
building Is built of granite ami Is ti
handsomo edlfico, erected at a cost
of about $17,000. In addition to I ho
cost of tho building Andrew Carne
gie presented to tho trustees n sum
of $2,000 with which to furnish II.
LIQUOZONE
The
Great
Germ
Destroyer
TRY A BOTTLE.
Brock & McComas
Company
SOLE AGENTS.
Michigan School Superintendents.
1-mHliig, Mich., Mny B. Tho an
nual convention of the Michigan
State Association of School Superin
tendents and Principals began In
I.auHlug today and will continue
through tomorrow. Superintendent
J. W. Simmons of Owosso Ik the pres-l
Ident of the association and thu lire-1
siding oillcer of tho convention, An1
interesting program of papers, ad
dresses and discussions has been ar
ranged for the meeting. I
J. L. VAUGHN
Electrician
Prompt attnnt'on ulion and all
work executed properly
Bleetrleal Supplies of all kinds
OFFICE- 121 WHST COUHT ST.
(Tribune) MulMllig)
Montana Eagles In Session.
Billings, Mont., May G. The rapid
growth of tho order of Uaglos In .Mon
tana Is evidenced py the large and
representative attendance at tho
state convention which began hero
today. Delegates are present from
all tho chief cities of tho state. Bus
iness nnd pleasure is combined In tho
two days' program for the gathering.
THE WHOLESOME
CRESCENT
slfj
a-M."'" 1
j The French I
I Restaurant I
Best 25 Cent Meal In the City
Private Dlnlnj Parlors.
Egg and
Phosphate
BAKING POWDER
BKTTKn THAN TUB OLD-TIMB
CREAM OF Trtlt'iAH POWDERS.
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL SUED.
Dr. Pierce Medicine Company Ask
$20,000 Damages.
Dr. It. V. Pierco's company, Tho
World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion of Buffalo, N. Y., has brought a
DRS. F. C. & M. E.
ADAMS
THE DENTISTS
J. L. SHARON, Proprietor.
Tho Arlington is a hlch-clasR
rooming house, equipped with elec
tric lights, froo baths and all mod
em conveniences. It la centraiw
located, being on Main utreot, three
f)f utra tiAptli of TlninJ at n
desiring work done before wo leave over tho Delia" candy store.
f-i tha lnst mnut inl! nt rtiin nml ht till) dnv. tvnnlr nr mnnih Jtntam
suit ior iinui aguiuHi. mo jniyijBuuia in I , too to $1 a day. (18 Main street.
mo i-auies iiomo jourum, uj i-uuu- umut,o w, .j
Will spend tho summer iu the East
visiting at Washington City, and tak
ing post-graduate courses in Phila
delphia and New York. All parties
Elegant Furnished Rooms
Connection.
In
GUS LaPONTAIVE, Prop.
93 Unln Street.
GOOD DRY WOOD
All Kinds "
I liave good sound wood
which is delivered at
reasonable prices
For Cash.
W. C. MINIMIS
I,eave orders at Ncitnian's
Ciar Store.
The Arlington
'Phono Red 1091.