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DAILY EA8T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1904.
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EXTRAORDINARY PRICES FOR FIRST-CLASS, UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE AT
NG.
BIG
Sheets
10-4 bleached, hemstitched Sheets,
very good quality, regular price 75c,
bargain sale price 59c.
Dress Goods
25 pieces new fancy mixtures, new
colorings, regular 7Ec grade, bargain
sale price 50c yard.
Ladies' Shirt, Waists
The entire line of lawn and silk
ready-to-wear Shirt Waists, all the
latest styles, bargain sale price, extra
discount 15 per cent.
Embroideries
Our entire lino of Swiss and Naln-.
sook Embroidery, regular 12c and
15c, bargain sale price 614c yard.
Pillow Casing
45-in bleached Pillow Casing, extra
good quality, regular value 20c, bar
gain sale price, 12c yard.
Handkerchiefs
Ladles' fine linen center and very
fancy borders, a beautiful assort
ment, regular value 35c, bargain sale
pi Ice 19c.
Summer Dress Goods
Our entire line of wash fabrics, all
the new weaves and colorings, ono of
the finest lines In tlio city, nt bargain
sale prices, 10 per cent discount.
Shoes
Every $3.00 grade of ladles' Shoes,
in all styles and qualities, all sizes
and widths, bargain sale price, $2.25
pair.
DEATH OF H. E. YOUNG
FROM HEART DISEA8E.
School Closed at Ferndale Miss
Plants Going to Mississippi Going
to Hot Lake for Treatment Del
egates to I. O. O. F. and Rebekah
Lodges Mrs. Cartwrlght Is Very
III O. C. Schull Here on a Visit
From Missouri.
Alexander Department Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
.,.I..H,,tl,MilH,,H.,ri'M-W
"Electricity will cure
more diseases than nil
other means combined."
Dr. Bartholow
leading professor of
Philadelphia, Pa.
THE CORINTHIAN CANAL.
"Electricity will bo
the solo remedy for
the future." M. D.
Arsonval, the great
medical doctor of Paris,
France.
HELP FOR THE SICK
THE MARVELOUS 8ECRET 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 8EEN AT MY OFFICE.
Are You sick? Do you wont to. get well? I can show you the way.
It Is tho way that I have proven successful In thousands of cases. I
have on file letters from satisfied patientB who have proven the value of
my treatment by nctual trial. If you could read a few of these letters,
telling of miraculous cures after yearo of Buffering, I would need no fur
ther argument to convince you of my ability. I have passed the experi
mental Btage. I know what I can do. No matter what your disease, I can
cure you.
I have cured several cases In Pendleton after all other known reme
dies had fai.ed. Call and get their names and interview them. My system
and tho Oxygen and Electric Batteries that I use are different from nil
others. I have furnished thousands with my Batteries that have cured
themselves. These Batteries are the only ones patented and are not sold
through dealers. I have tho only GO-cell Electric Body Belt made; the
only one guaranteed and kept In order free of charge. I will treat you
or furnish you a Battery and teach you how to treat yourself success
fully. Call and see me, or address, Modernach Block, 627 Main btreet.
Advice FREE. Pendleton, Oregon.
PROF. F. F. SHADDUCK, ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIST.
THE BEST IN BEER IS
THE CELEBRATED
PABST
It Is recognized as the highest grade beer made.
We have secured the sole of Pabst beer In Pendleton and all
our customers will bo served with It when they call at our place.
We handle only the Pabst beer and have It on draught and
bottled,
THE STATE SALOON
J. Ei Ruseell &. Co., Props.
A Waterway Begun Six Hundred
Years Before Christ.
snoniHni' nr i 'minis." said tho en
gineer who had been talking about
Panama, " a very Interesting cnnai,
and one not much heard of, is that
connecting tho gulf of Corinth nnd
the gull' of Aeglna In Greece. It's
some older than any wo have in tho
MPBtnrn linmlKnhnrn also, for Perlan-
der, tyrant of Corinth, proposed to
cut through the isthmus as long as
COO years before Christ. Superstition
stopped him, however. Julius Caesar
and Caligula took it up again when
Rome had hold of Greece, but It was
inn mil fli fnr thnm. Then camu Nero
and ho went at it with vigor, but the
work stopped when he died, others
kept pounding away at It for tho next
cnvornl hnnrlrprt vnarS. hut It Was not
until 1881 that real work of tho Nero
energy was put upon It. Then Uen
Turr. aide-de-camp to Victor Emman
nni ,if ttniv organized a coranany
and worked on It till tho money gave
out in 1890, tile cuier oustncio ueing
some kind of a flint which dynamite
couldn't break.
Aiintit tio.onn.000 was snent ui to
1890, and then Mr, Syngros took hold,
rf,.iv,-1 u rnmnanv with S965.000
working capital, and finished tho Job
in 1893. It was only four miles long,
1,1,1 it in r.a UH't wide at the bottom
,t sn fnnt nt thi water lino. 2C feet
and 3 Inches deep In water, and It is
cut nearly all tho way tlirougu souu
rock rising at some points to zou leoi
above tho canal. K is line a canyon
nmi Bhlns do not take kindly to it,
the entrance being bad, a strong
...imi iiiriu'lnir throueh it as through
a great alrshaft, and there is at time
a strong reverso current, ii i au
ininrmiini. trln throuch the canal.
nA it unvpR 123 miles of very rough
water and 20 hours of time; but bo
far skippers prefer to go arounu mo
ninRtila rather than tnrougn me
,, i tiimiL-h with Bomo changes
which will bo made It 1b believed tho
canal, though with some changes
soon as a few Bhips begin to uso h
and removo tho prejudice now exist
ing against It."
When the 8ap Rises
Weak lungs should bo careful. Coughs
nmi rnlds are dangerous men. unu
Mimito PmiL'h Cure cures coughs and
colds and gives strength to tho
lungs. Mrs. G. E. Fenner of Marion,
Ind., says: "I suffered with a cough
.....n i run rinwn in weleht from 148
HUM. " . " -----
m 92 nounds. I tried a number of
romedles to no avail until I used Ono
Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of
.ui ...nmlftrfiil rnmcilv rured mo en
tirely of the cough, strengthened my
lungs and restored mo to my normal
ueteht. health anu sirengm." com
by Tollman & Co.
Attention Sheepmen.
none, in loriKn and can locate
l.t'iifev. -
some good range and water. Address
box 44, La uranue; ur.
nr,niii mav marie tho difference be
tween the walking and the winging
of tho soul.
DOCTOR J. MAN FOO
THE CELEBRATED ROOT AND HERB DOCTOR, has moved to
104 First street, between Washington and Stark. Graduate of medical
university In China,
CURES
LIVER and KIDNEY diseases, Consumption. Rheumatism, STOMACH
troubles and all diseases of the human body by the use of HERBS es
pecially prepared for each case.
BEST OF CERTIFICATES IN OFFICE.
HOME CURiSS BY MAIL If you cannot call at bis office, write
your symptoms fully. Many cases can be cured at home. Will gladly
advise you regarding your case, free of charge. Send for pamphlet.
Consultation FREE.
Office houra from 9 a. m. till 9 P. m.
The I. Man Foo Root and Herb Medicine Co.
Kntti-oot) WAnmuKVOU uuu aw a, vw
Milton Mnv 1! Mav. V S. Holt
of Portland, was hero yestorday on
uusincss connected with tno rrcs
byterlan homo missions.
L. B. Hogan, nccompnnied by his
u'lfn nnil nhlMmn will Innvn Mon
day for California,' for tho benefit of
Mrs. Hogan's health.
C. E. Berry left yestorday for Spo
kane. Mrs. Berry will remain hero
fnr n nhnrt tlmn until nhn illnnnROR
of their property, then she will go to
Spokane.
Mm Mnrln Pnnrvllln. who hns
been living hero for sovernl months,
will leave tomorrow for Portland to
visit her mother.
finnrno Pillion nf Pnlrflntil. la hero
visiting at tho homo of his undo and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joo west.
fV f!. Srhiill. who was formerly a
joweler here, but now lives In Mis
souri, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Win.
Lloyd.
Mrs. S. S. Shields hns returned
from Hot Lake, where she took her
daughter, Miss Winnie, for treat
ment for rheumatism.
Messrs. Georco Tnlbcrt and Chas.
Cockburn will leave tomorrow for
Astoria, whore they go as dolegntcs
to tho grand lodge I. O. O. F.
Mlns Kva Klnc. who la omnloyed
as nurse In tho Walla Wnlla hospi
tal, was hero yesterday viBiting hit
undo and aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E.
Wilcox.
Mrs. Maria B. Rogers and Mrs.
nnrthn it. Olson, who have been vis
iting Mr. nnd Mrs. Hogan, will leave
Monday for a visit nt Coamopoiis,
Wnsh.
Mian Tnnnln TIVkOH will lcOVO tO
tunrrriw nlt?h I for Astoria, as a del
egato from Pomona Roboknh lodgo
to the Rebekah grand lodgo, which
convenes In Astoria May 17.
i v rnmnhnii. who has boon BUI
ferlng from rhoumatlsm, will go to
Hot Lake tomorrow tor treatment.
mIdo Mnllln Rnnilnrson will com
..iuii n vrv successful term of
HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.
When It I Vne ot Dandruff, II Qrowa
Luxuriantly.
Hair preparations and dandruff cure,
as a rule, ore sticky or Irritating affairs
that do no earthly BOOd. Ilalr, when not
diseased, grows naturally, luxuriantly.
Dandruff Is the cause of nine-tenths of
all hair trouuie, ana aiuiuruu i iuu
. - - . Th nnlv wav to cure dand-
Dy U nut. " .
' i. . ihii thn enrm: end. so far. the
only hair preparation that will positively
destroy the germ Is Newbro's Herplclde
absolutely narroieiw, nee uuu
... mnttui nt- rinneefnuR drum.
It allays Itching- Instantly; makes hair
glossy and soft as silk, "Destroy the
,,nn. you remove the effect." Sold by
leading druggists. Bend 10c. In stamps for
sample to The Herplclde Co., Detroit,
Mich.
F W. Schmidt, epeclal agent.
NEWS OF ATHENA
K. P. AND I. O. O. F.
HALL DU1LT AT ONCE.
Frank Berlin Badly Kicked by a
Horse Address by Supreme Lec
turer A. O. U. W. Athena Team
Beat Normal Team at Baseball-
Death From Consumption Recov
ery of Miss McElroy,
Athmtn. Mav 13. Frank Berlin
ivnfl n fmi ilnvfl niro. badlv ktckod
on the back ot tho head and on tho
leg by n vicious horso. Ho camo In
town nnd had his wouuds dressed by
l)r. notkin.
Mrs. W. S. Avurlll and family, who
spent tho winter In town, will leavo
for Alberta In a fow days to Join hor
husband, nnd whero thoy will mako
their future home.
In tho auditorium ot tho M. E.
church last evening Walker Skip
worth of Tho Dalles, dellvored n lec
ture on tho proposed local option
law.
Mrs. Jo8lo Hudspeth of Sumptor,
Is n guest of Mrs. Charley.
A. n It W. Ind en of Woston. sent
an Invitation to tho Athena members
to bo present Mny 17, to listen to nn
address to bo given by J. Q. Tato,
tho supremo lecturer.
Rnlph Teonoy of Portlnnd. paHt
grand mnster of tho A. O. U. W
spent Monday hero.
The Athena hoys nnd tho woston
Normal Btudonts played basobnll
Saturday. Athena beat. 10 to 1.
Reports havo reached horo that
Homer Cnmpboll died Thursday
morning of consumption. Ho was 58
years of ago, and spent nlmost his
entire Ufa In Umntllln county.
Tho Knights or rytiunB nnit uuu
Fellows mot Monday to mako ar-
nuiKoniontB for commencing inuir
nnw luillillnir. Thov cot normlsslon
from tho council to movo n building
:0 feet eastward to rnano room.
Tlu.v will iltRiinsn nf mm building.
nnd thu other, u two story, will be
left on Main Btrout. Tlio now lougo
liiillilliin- will consist of stono nnd
i.rinV win. ii 40-foot frontneo. It
will bo of modom typo in ovory par
tlculnr. Tho lower part win oo
leased for morcantllo purpoBOH, and
tho nnner part lor lodges.
mirr ituth McElroy was auio to
attend church Sundny morning, tho
first time in soven or eight months
,.h,w.1 Innmrrnv nt Fomdnlo. On
Saturday morning Bho will loavo ior
her homo at ol'moroy, wnsn,
Death of H. E. Young
Hnrvo E, Young, who was brought
iinwn from thn mountains WOOnCH'
,i ...i,r,. ho imii iinoii for the ben
uuj, yyuv-.v. ----- --- -
eflt of his health, died wcuncsuuy
night of heart and lung trouble. Tho
f,,r,nrnl unrvlrOR WGHJ llOld frOm tho
hmnn this morning, nnd tho Inter
ment wna mndo In tho I. O. U. r
cemetery.
Golnn to Mississippi.
All,,., 1vfli. Plnnln Who WI1H thu
ttiDn .........
,ui innrlmr nt Columbia college,
has left for Oxford. MIsb., whero Bho
will spend her vacation.
Mrs. Cartwrlght Is III
Mm T.nllrn A. Cnrtwrlnht Is duito
111 anil under the enro of Dr. H. E.
McQuary.
Tallman & Co
do not hesitate to recommend Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure to tholr irienos anu
customers. Indigestion causes moro
in honltli than anything else. It de
ranges tho stomach, anu onngH on
all manner of dlHonses. ivonoi uy
.... In ri,rn ,tlir,.utH wllflt VOU C&t
cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach disorders. Kodol is not only
a perfect dlgostant but a tissuo our
ine tonic as well. Renewed health,
perfect strength and lncreasod vital!
ty follows its uso.
Mmnrlal to HarTV ElkCS.
r.i l.v.lla M V M(1V 14. To
m,.,r, lu th ,lntn for thn dedication
,i.A mnnnmnni ornptml to Harry D.
Elkes, tho famous bicyclo racor who
was killed a year or bo ago ww.u
racing on tho Charles river track at
nnotr,n Thn mrpmnoiUH Will IJU in
UUDbUUl -
..i,., ,,r thn Allianv lodKO of 1-Ikh
VMU.ftU . ...w , ,,,.
It Is expected a numuer oi mu
rldor's New York and Boston friends
will attend tho ceremony.
Ladles and Children
nrl,,. ...innnt ulnnd thn EnOCKluK
strain of laxative syrup and cathartic
pills are especially rona oi miuu
pni.iv TtionrR All nerBUDH wuu uuu
i,' .,n,.naonrv in tiikn a liver uiediclno
should try Uicbo easy plllB, and com-
ii, nirrnnntiiv nioasani aim
IIUIW t V. - D -
strongtlioning effect with tho nauso
ntlnir and weakening conditions fol
lowing tho uso of othor remedies.
Little Early Jiisora euro uihuuiico,
..nctinntinn slrir headache. Jaundice,
malaria and liver troubles. Sold by
Tallman & Co.
Armu anH Navv Baseball.
Annapolis, Md., May 14. With tho
members of both teams in prime con
dition and eager for the contest, the
nvwl nnvv Tin ttnlinll nines lined
.,n nn thn diamond hero today for
their annual game It will bo the
wind-up 'of tho season for both tho
West Point players ano mo niii
ii- A niimhrr of distinguish
ed officers of tho army nnd navy
were present to witness the garao
In order to accommodate fishing
parties the O. R. & NCo. will, until
closo of season, have train No.
innvini? here at 5:46 p. m., stop nt
xr-.h ivrb nn Hftliinluv ovenlnKS.
and train No. 1, duo In Pendloton at
niarn Monday
i a. " ' ' ... ,-
morning. This arrangement will be
In effect Saturday, May it.
B. 0. SMITH, Agent
THUNDER MOUNTAIN ROAD.
E. H.
Dewey Outlines Plans to Open
Rich Mining Region.
v. x. nnwnv was over from Nam
nn snnrinv in iniklnir of tha mattor
of tho road to Thunder Mountain ho
said there wero threo things ho do
dm,) unvn thn Tlolao Statosman.
nnn wnn Hint thn road should bo
completed this yoar; another that It
should bo built witnin mo nmouiu
already appropriated; tho third that
It should not bo so mucn longer iui
It would Increase tho cost ot naui
In., froli.ht
With thoso points kopt In mind It
ninn h I u flnolrn tlmt thn road Bhould
l.n l.iillt nvnr tho routo that would
niTommodato tho greatest numuor
of Interests.
INirthnr hn Raid It WOUIU 1)0 nU
vantngeoiiB for all Interoste to havo
tho traffic of both soctlonB of Thun
,inr Mnimtnln movlnir over tho samo
road bo far as posslblo. If tho stato
road could bo bum so mai iu hir
crook road could connoct with It, It
...,iM h,. hlnhlv ndvantaKOOUB aB It
would bo oaslor to keep tho Joint
nnrt ion of tho road in repair, u
,.,.t,i ntur, hn itnnt onon In winter
i...iinr if thn rnnd rould bo built via
tho East fork routo without costing
moro than tho appropriation,
...III,,, nt InnrnnHltllF till) COflt Of
Vnlf,htlnir in UnnmivelL and without
Is H
putting Its complotion ovor anomur
n- hn hml nn ohlnctlfin whatovor.
Ho wanted to hco Just nB many poo-
tiln linnollted as POHBI01O wiinoui
...n.innint tha IntnrnHtH of thn com
mil. i iii.-."r. - " --- -
iianlofl that had contributed to mo
rond fund.
A Startllna Test
To savo a llfo, Dr. T. Q Morrltt,
f Mn Mnhnnnnnv. Pa.. EQadO Q
.luiiinr- tnut. rnRiiltlnc In a wonder
fill euro. Ho wrltos, "a patient wub
attacked with violent hemorrhngos,
,,,,,t l,v nlpnrntlnnii of tho Htom-
nch. I had often found Electrlo Bit
ters oxcellent for acuto stomach and
m, trnnhinfl ho I nroscrlbod them,
Tho natlont gained from tho first,
nnd hnH not had an auucK 111 11
..v,u 1,-lnnlrln lllllfirH arc DOSl
Illinium. ......... ... - - - - . -
iiuniu ..iinpnntnmi fnr iivsnonsia. in
digestion, Constipation and Kidnuy
irnnhinR. Trv them. Only Cue at
Tallman & Coa.
1 , 1 ,
California Y. W. C. A.
ro..ltnl fnl Mnv 14. ThO lid
vanco guard of delegates and visitors
has arrived for tho sixth annual Pa
cific Coast Conference of tho Young
Women's Christian Association,
which will bo In session hore during
the ensuing 10 days. Tho visitors
number several hundred and como
from various parts of Oregon, Wash
ington, California, Idaho and Nova
da, Tho program this year Is of
moro than ordinary Interest, Inas
much as the speakors will Include?,
number of prominent divines and
other persons of note who have boen
taking part In tho Motbodlst general
conference at Lob Angelea,
The O. R. & N. Co. announce a
rata nf 11 fin for. round trln for the
purine moot of tho Walla Walla Fair
Association, held at Walla Walla,
Un 9K.9H Tinkntn nn Ruin Mav
and good returning until May 29, H.
u, uinitu, Agent.
Tbp SEEDSMAN
Good Stock of Sweet Corn
Cabbage Plants
Bedding Plants
Panslea
Geraniums
Asters
Chrysanthemums
Double Petunias
Dahlias
Gladioli
Now Located at
THE WHITE FRONT,
217 Court Street.
i
IS
MM
II
A RUNAWAY TEAM.
In guru In do morn or less d&mslli
a rnrrlnen. hut whother you need!
wenr anu tear, uring your vuiciw-kf
Nonglo's. While our roputatlon Jj
wldesproad for doing an Kinaa oim
nnlrlnc In thn hnut mnnnnr at IntfS
, . u n ... ...w VA
nrfrna vn fnnl nnrn that UlArAtx
a fow good pooplo who don't k wj
thnt wo am unoxce noo in our n
and wo want them to know ns. I
Wo havo tho Winona nmgona ?f
Rex buggloB, tho boot produced in,
world, uau ana sea our una or .
NEAQLE DROQ
IUU UIOVftRUlllUB.
Stover Qasolino Engines, Bafo(
rollable, "'J
CANTY'S PARLORS I
rr litippum'' li
Opsn day and night. Bllllanfoil
pool, snooting uansry, sroi
Ing Alloya, Throwing Rack.
Qood muslo every evenlrv,
BASEMENT, COKNER mn )
S tin BTH BtT H ?i
Under W. & C. R. Dopot Km
VI J
The Cobmbiij
hedging Hom
Well ventilated, neat and
fortablo rooms, good bCJi.
In connection, where
goods are served.
Main street, center of btlt
botweon Alta and yi
atreota.
F. X. SCHEMPI H
Proprietor
SSI
Zack la In, town.
J --
If you aro intorosted li
Painting, see us. Oar 1
complete.
UTIUS'l'UUtSttH
DRUSHES
ART1HTM' HAi
BLENDERS
BKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a specif
framing PICTURES.
; Btock of (ramea.
1 sO 0 CTT A i
i-kmM TTAiian mruvT::