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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY, 18, 1904.
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SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
ONLY PLACE IN PENDLE
TON TO GET IT.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF
ALL KINDS.
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
I The French I
I Restaurant I
Best 25 Cent Meal In the City
2 Private Dining Parlors.
Elegant Furnished Rooms in
Connection.
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop. ;
C33 Main Street. ?
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CONDITIONS
GOVERNMENT REPORT REC
OGNIZES FROST DAMAGES.
Barley and Rye Now Heading Out In
Favored Localities Fruit Condi
tions Are Uncertain Italian Prunes
Will Be a Failure Apples, Straw
Berries and Blackberries Doing
Well.
filliiiliiis
It you aro interested In Oil
Fainting, see us. Our lino Is
complete.
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCHERS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS' SAPLES
BLENDERS
SKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a specialty of
framing "PICTURES. Newest
stock of frames.
C. C. SHARP
Opera House Block.
Fancy Clover Leaf
Creamery
Butter
55c pe Roll
at Out Store
Despain & Clark
WATER
TANKS
We make a Specialty of Building
Round or Square
WATER TANKS
Also Header Beds all sizes and
kinds. Wo make them right and they
always glvo satisfaction. Our work
Is never slighted or botched.
Pendleton Planing Mill ,
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College,
yp THE BEST
fAlS THE CHEAPEST
.' Bear this in mind whon you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta 8L
.Aflent for Lee's Lice Killer.
The government crop report for the
past week says:
Tho past week has been dry anil,
although II averaged warmer than
the week previous, it was too cool
for rapid growth and germination
The bulk of fall wheat is In oxcel
lent condition, but in a few places In
Umatilla county tho freeze of tho
week previous did material damage,
which very likely will be greatly re
trieved should warm rains occur dur
ing the next week or so.
Spring wheat seeding Is nearly
completed and tho stands everywhere
are reported nbovo tho average. In
favored localities fall barley and fall
rye aro beginning to head. Range
grass and forage crops contimio do
Ing splendidly and stock Is beginning
to get fat.
Corn and potato planting aro gen
ernl, and in some of the southern
counties corn planting is nearly com
ploted. Gardens nlso are nearly nil
planted, but the growth of vegetables
has been slow.
Hops aro hcnltby and promising
and the cultivation of the yards lias
proceeded uninterruptedly during the
week. Tho condition of fruit is some-
what uncertain, but nearly all corre
spondents agree that Italian prunes
will be almost a failure.
Early cherries, pears and peaches
have suffered some injury from tho
late frosts, but it Is believed they
will yet glvo satisfactory yields. Ap
pies are promising, and strawberries
nnd bush fruits will be plentiful.
Columbia River Valley.
Hood River, Wnsco county. P. D.
Heinrlchs Week warm; crops grow
ing fnst; meadows look unusually
well; strawberries setting; early po
tatoes up; planting gardens mostly
done.
Kinsgloy, Wnsco county, George .1.
Friend Weather cool, but no dnmng
lng frosts; prospects favorable "for
large crop of fruit; pasturage very
good; fall grain looks fine; summer
fallowing very near all done; spring
soming coming up nicely.
Wnsco, Shermnn county, W. C.
Morehouse Weather cool; spring
seeding completed nnd summer fallow
ing In progress; early sown spring
wheat damaged to some extent by cut
worms, but as a whole the stand is
very satisfactory; fall wheat advanc
ing slowly.
Arlington, Gilliam county, R. H.
Robinson Weather past week has
been beneficial to all .growing crops;
all wheat looking well, with prospects
for n largo crop.
Ella. Morrow county, H. Smouse
Weather warm, with a slight shower
Thursday night; crops look good.
Pendleton, Umatilla county. .II. J.
Taylor Wheat on all low land killed
by the freeze of April 30th and May
Sth; only slight damage to high land
wheat; suckers aro starting on' that
which was frozen, and with a' good
rain It will make a fair crop; 1 have
about ono-third of my crop killed or
damaged; plums mostly killed; early
gardens doing well; summer fallowing
In this locality mostly finished.
Adams, Umatilla county, C. S. Fer
gusonAbout all the fruit Is killed In
this vicinity; some garden stuff hurt;
very little wheat Is damaged; warm
rains needed both for crops and pas
tures; stock improving fast; gardens
growing nicely; barley beginning to
head,
been postponed until nftor lambing
this year becauo of tho condition of
tho wenthcr. Ab a rule machine shear
ing Is favored over tho old method.
Wool'growors claim thoy obtain from
one-half to three-quarters of a pound
moro wool from tho machine nnd tho
clips are moro uniform nnd commnnd
better prices. Tho sheep are nlcoly
trimmed by tho machines nnd arc not
cut up as bad as by tho hand shears.
In point of speed thoro appears to be
little cjiolcn between the old and now
methods."
T. F. HOWARD IN PORTLAND.
REVIEWS WOOL SITUATION.
E, H. Clarke Speaks of the Wool Mar
ket to Idaho Papers.
E. H. Clarke, of Pendleton, says the
T nivlalnn Tribune, liuver for tho Kosh-
land Company of Boston, has returned
in thn pllv from a trill to Asotin anil
other points in tho country, where he
has been conferring wun siicupniun
rolntivo to wool purchases.
Mr. Clarko made
tho first purchase of tho season when
ho secured 40.000 pounds nt Alpowal,
nnd It is believed that during tho
present week oilier snies win no re
ported. It Is estimated that .thero is
now a quarter million pounds of wool
ready for the market in tho l.ewlston
country.
Sheep buyers have also been activo
In this field for I ho past fow days anil
li Ik ronorted that a big shipment will
soon bo made from Lowlston,
Relative to tho wool market ami
gonornl conditions as to sheop in tho
southern part of tho state, tho Iloiso
Capital News says;
"Tho .wool movement this season
has been surprisingly good and prices
have thus far been' well maintained.
Shearing In many localities has been
somewhat backward owing to tho
Intoness of tho season.jbut moro largo
clips have been disposed of already
than wero marketed at this tlmo last
year.
"During the past fow days John Mc
Mlllan, Andrew Little, tho Buttorflold
Livestock Company, Pence & Payne
nnd Brown & Stownrt have sold their
clips nt satisfactory prices. Tho sta
plo Is much bettor than It has been
for years. Including the small clips
and wool of all quantities, tho market
prices linvo ranged from 12 to U
cents. .
"Just now Mountnlnhomo Is tho
chlof center of activity. No less than
170 bands of sheep aro located within
n radius of a fow miles of that point.
Shearing Is In full blast, both by bond
..., nmi it in estimated that
not loss than 3,000,000 pounds of wool
will bo placed on mo murnui "
Mountalnhomo alono.
"In many Instances shearing has
Speaks of Odd Fellowship and
Praises Pendleton.
T. Fi Hownrd, for many years n
resident of Pondleton, and for 1C
years a prominent Odd Fellow, Is In
the city en route to tho grand lodge
nnd grand encampment of the Odd
Fellows, which meets In Astoria dur
ing tho present week, Bays tho Ore
gon Dally Journal.
Mr. Howard is grand patriarch of
the grand encampment of Oregon,
and goes to tho annual meeting In
addition to tho four delegates from
Pendleton.
He reports that many Odd Fellows
and Rebekahs, tho latter going to tho
Rebokah nssombly, which Is being
held in Astorin at tho snmo tlmo,
came in on today's train from East
ern Oregon towns.
The first lodge of Odd Fellows lu
this state was started In 1851, two
years after tho first lodge in tho state
of California had been founded. Or
egon hns one of tho largest member
ships of nny stato In the ontlro West
nnd Mr. Hownrd expressed the belief
that the present meeting will bo tho
largest in the history of the order in
the state.
"As for Pendleton. It Is enjoying a
prosperous Bprlng," said Mr. Howard
"and considerable building Is under
way. Tomorrow tliey vote on tho
bonds for tho three proposed now
school buildings. These three build
ings would have 20 rooms In all.
"It is the belief of ninny of tho
Pondleton people that with first-class
schools many country people in thnt
vicinity who have amassed wealth
by farming nnd fruit growing, and
are ensting about for homes In cities
where there nre good schools, would
be drawn to Pendleton. This, In my
opinion, is the most important public
enterprise now under way."
ABOUT HERBERT MUNDELL.
Umatilla County Boy in Boys' and
Girls' Aid Home, Doing Nicely.
A. M. Snyder, formerly correspond
ent of tho Spokesman-Roview In this
city, but now employed by the Even
ing Telegram, In writing up the Hoys'
and Girls' Aid Society Homo and its
Inmates nt Portland, Bays of Her
bert Mundoll, now In that instituto
from this county:
"Another boy, who Is known as
No. 2050, wns brought In from Uma
tilla county. He was committed to
tho homo for three years because ho
had robbed a postofllce.
After his arrest, nbout threo
years ago he was placed in the coun
ty jail, where he was being further
made a criminal. An Investigation
showed that the little ono had but
little home training.
"Wanting candy for Christmas.
like other children with whom ho
was playing, was the cause of his
downfall. His parents did not get
mm tno luxury. To get candy ho
must hnvo money and to got monoy
he broke Into tho postofllco.
'When he wns given to tho soci
ety he had the appearance of a
criminal, but now he Is a man. Ho
attends school 'regularly and his Im
provement Is manifest not only In his
education but also In his appearance.
"On entering the institution ho had
the appearance of a degenerate, but
now ho cannot bo recognized ns tho
samo boy. During tho next year that
ho remains at the home it is hoped
by tho management that ho will be
fitted for a position where he can
maintain himself Independent of
homo Influences,
"If parents throughout tho state
know moro fully tho work i'ouo by
tho Hoys' and Girls' Aid Society,
they would probably more willingly
aid in saving the young waif, who
is somebody's boy or somebody s
girl."
A Sure Thing.
It Is said that nothlnc Is sure ex
cept donth nnd taxes, but that Is not
altogether true. Dr. King's Now Dis
covery for Consumption Is n suro
tirn for nil lunr nnd throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that Mrs.
C. B. Van ...etrc, of Hiicpnenitown,
V. Vn., says; "I had a sovero caso
of Bronchitis and for n year tried
everything I heard of, but got no
relief. Ono bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery then cured mo absolutely."
It's Infallible for Croup, Whooping
pniii-h nrln. Pneumonia and Con
sumption. Try it. It's guaranteed
by Tollman & uo., uruggists. xriai
bottles frco. negular sizes 50c, $1.
Notice to Contractors.
snniiul nrnnnfinls will be received
ni tho nfllrn of tho undorslimed until
Tuesday, 3 p. m., May 24, for tho
erection and completion or a seconu
story on tho Peoples Warohouso for
, H, Dickson, according to plans nnu
mnxinnntlnns nronarcd by C. E.
Troutman, nrchltect. Tho right Is
roserved to rojoct nny nnu an urns.
Plans and specifications can bo seen
at tho architect's ofllco, room 12,
Judd building, Pondleton. Or.
(Signed) C. E. TKUUTMAJN,
Architect.
Sacrifice Sale.
Tho Owl Tea Houso must vacate
tho building occupied for so long,
and to save tho cost of moving and
.Inmn.rn tn nnflllfl. Will aQCrlflCO tllO
ontlro lino of breakable ware. Storo
will bo closed until Saturday ni v a.
m. to ro-raark.
Sacrifice sale at the Owl Tea
House.
I
PHYSICAL
HOUSE-CLEANING
A Thorough Ocansmg of the System
Now is the Surest Protection Against
Spring and Summer Sickness.
No good house keeper ever neglects Spring cleaning.
With plenty of soap and water, hard scrubbing and scour
ing, sunlight and air, she soon gets rid of all rubbish,
musty odors, germs and microbes, and the dust and
dirt that have accumulated during the long winter
months. But when the house has been put in order,
and the premises cleared of all old plunder and trash,
the preat maioritv of house keepers feel that Spring
cleaning is over, and forget that their systems may be in a worse condition than.u
and that the bad feelings, debility, loss of appetite, nervousness and slccnlcssne'KtVJ
thev are suffering are due to neglect of the more important and necessary wort rind
house cleaning. A clean house does not insure against disease, but a clean systeal
The poisons and humors engendered within the body, the waste matter that k rJ
.1 . i ' .1 j" i1. L1J r. , uul
tne system ana contaminating anu vitiating ine uiuou, are iar more dangerous tojj
than tne dirt ana dust or our nomes. in tne winter time we give iree rein to our sr.
and eat more and olteuer tnan is ior our good, vve mnaie tne polluted air of badlyv
offices and rooms, take little or no exercise, and our bodies become a veritable
disease-bearing germs, and our blood is loaded with impurities and poisons of everve
able kind; and no wonder mat spring tinie is so oiten qick time ana hucis us in sidl
physical condition, with vitality slowly wasting away, our digestion impaired, the liverJ
and all the bodily organs over-worked and out of repair. Unless our systems areri
thorough cleaning, and the blood purged and punned, the simplest malady may devtl
some serious disorder or end in chronic invalidism, and often the pent-up impurities.!
and humors break out through the skin, and all through the Spring and Summerr
tormented with boils, itchy rashes, sores, bumps and pimples, and all -manner tj
pustular and scaly eruptions.
Physical house cleaning should begin with the blood. It must be purified ands
ened, and when a stream of pure, rich blood is turned into all the nooks and comers
system, the rubbish and disease-producing poisons are washed out, and the com
channels and avenues of the body are opened, and Physical house cleaning is made tld
and complete. S. S. S. cleanses the blood of taints and poisons and expels the wasted
bish from the system. It is to the system what soap and water arc to the house. Na
else so quickly removes the stubborn, deeplpnj
poisons and humors that are destroying the pin
the blood and blocking the avenues ot health a
A course of S. S. o. now will put your sv
perfect order and fortify you against the deb
diseases and acrtrravatinir skin troubles that ares
come if vour physical welfare has been ie
S. S. S. is not only the best of all blood purifiers, but an unequalled tonic and iji
It builds you up, improves the appetite, and aids the digestion and assimilation oil
J .i r' r. 1 iiir- jjii o o c ,,oranU J
and keeps tne system m a neaimy, vigorous conuiuou. o. o. o. ia j;uawmn
vegetable, and can be taken by the old, middle-aged and young without danger of m
tul enects. o. o. o. is a blood punner ana tonic comDineu, a peneci opuug mui
:,wl.Vr,n.icnW(. in Pn vqiphI linnsp rlnnninor Write lis fnllv nbout vour case. No"
lUUifljl.lMUU.V "J . ' j J
for medical advice. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, I
DENTAL PARLORS OPENED
I HAVE OPENED MY DENTAL PARLORS AND AM PREPARED TO
TREAT PATIENTS IN A MORE 8ATI8FACTORY MANNER THAN
EVER. MY PAST RECORD FOR HONEST, HIGH-CLA8S DENTISTRY IS
UNSURPASSED AND THE LARGE PATRONAGE I ENJOYED WAS
DUE ENTIRELY TO THE CLASS OF MY WORK AND THE REASONA
BLENESS OF MY CHARGE.
IN MY PRESENT POSITION I AM BETTER PREPARED THAN
EVER AS I HAVE ADDED ALL THE NEW INVENTIONS PERTAINING
TO THE DENTAL PROFESSION AND AM U8ING ALL THE LATEST
METHOD8.
I INVITE ALL MY OLD PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL
TO CALL AT MY IMPROVED AND UP-TO-DATE PARLORS.
OFFICEAT THE SAME OLD STAND, UPSTAIRS, NEXT TO BROCK
& McCOMAS' DRUG STORE.
. THERE!-"'
DR. C. J. WH! I AiVfiJrv dentist
PRO AND CON.
'The Iowa Idea" h Being Threshed
Over In State Convention.
i-.. Moinna Town. Mqv 18. Tho re
publican stuto convention In Hesslon
hero toilny for tlio selection of ilolo-
.... , n t npirn tn run nniiunm ctiuvuu-
Kttli-o it, i. . o v - -
.i., ia nHriictlmr w do attention.
Thoro Is n contoat for tho control of
.1... .IMoirntlnn l( lllH nillCaiTO COIWOU-
tlon, Governor Cummins nnd tho
"Iowa Idea" nuvocnios on uio ono
hand, nnd tho "stand lint" oiomoni on
Hin other.
Thoro Is no opposition to ,ScniUors
Allison nnd Dolllvor as momhors of
tho "Wg Four," nnu uovornor umu-
i., iibi.wlun niippilml a nlnco on
IUII1D tn . -' - -
the doloBtttlon. Tho flBht Ib ovor tho
fourth placo. tho "Hianu imi uiu-
... in inulatlnf. nn tlin nholcn of J.
W. Blytuo of Burlington, who Is their
rocognlzod loauor, wniio mo uummmo
faction lu worKing to aocuro wiu buiuu
tlon of A. II. Punk.
Fishfog
Trains are nu wi
,he best fishlnB V ,
accommodation. 1
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dies ami p. est U
n.iiii li Pre.
ton- "
. a nnWARE AND..
211 Co"'"
Oxonian, by carrier, only 15 nU
Dally East