East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 30, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT.
DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1904.
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WE PERMIT THE OTHER FELLOW TO GIVE YOU AS MUCH
FOR THE MONEY AS WE DO. AND THIS "STRONG TALK" IS
BACKED BY FACTS WHICH WE WILL PROVE TO YOU THIS
WEEK. GIVE US A CALL AND SEE THAT PRETTY LINE OF
WHITE WAISTINGS, COLORED SUITINGS, SILK MOUSLAINES,
BATISTES. COLORED SWISS, ORGANDIES AND DIMITIES
THAT WE'VE PLACED ON SALE AT
331 Per Cent Off
IT WILL BE A PITY IF YOU MISS THE OPPORTUNITIES
IN THE MEN'S FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT FOR THIS
WEEK. COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU A WIDE RANGE
JF NEW. PATTERNS IN MEN'S SHIRTS. COLORINGS AND DE
SIGNS RIGHT IN WITH THE TREND OF THE SEASON. STRAW
HATS GALORE.
AGITATING A DUTY
CANADIANS MAY LEVY TAX
ON AMERICAN CATTLE.
Tory Party In Eastern Canada Would
Force Western Canada to Use Can
adian Cattle by Placing a Duty on
the American Product Canada a
Remarkable Cattle Country Finest
Range Left In the World.
Wa Shall Rifva Mill;
Bottles of Liquozone and Give Them to the
We have nurermirl for Sim nm the snlelv from ras. made in larce nart I Piprl
: ' i . . v ' nr ir . i i i rn.. hciemt-Rmi..i..
American rights to Liquozone. VVc
thus control the only way to kill
germs in the body and end a germ dis
ease. We want the sick to know this
product, and at once. So we make
this remarkable offer. We will buy a
million 50c bottles and give them to
a million sick ones. Will you if you
A duty mar he nlnrpil imnn rnttlf
shipped from thla pnnntrv Intn tht
Dominion of Canada, If the efforts of , need t let us buy one for you?
w nnt is Known as the Tory party are
I SllCCCS8flll. TIlA Tnr- nnrfv Inolnrioa
' the breeders of the eastern nrovlnces
X i ot Canada, who are intent upon mak- J
Costs $500,000.
Wc publish this offer in every great
' ing the cattle raisers of the western ' newspaper in America
provinces use only cattle raised In the
J dominion for their breeding.
; This question has assumed quite a
J ; little bitterness, according to the ob
a servations of Charles R. Thomas, sec-
rotary of the American Hereford
Breeders' Association, who has Just
returned to Chicago from a trip
J through some of tho western prov-
inces lor his association.
from the best oxygen producers. Dy
a process requiring immense apparatus
and 14 days time, these gases are
made part of the liquid product.
The result is a product that does
what oxygen does. Oxygen gas, as
you know, is the very source of vital
ity. Liquozone is a vitalizing tonic
with which no other known product
can compare. But germs are veget
ables; and Liquozone like an excess
of oxygen is deadly to .vegetal mat
ter. Yet this wonderful product which
no germ can resist, is, to the human
body, the most essential clement of
Germ Diseases.
WHITTINGHILL
MERCANTILE CO.
126-130' Court Street
For the Summer Kitchen
Wo can supply gasoline and oil
stoves. Cheaper than coal and
more convenient; real comforts
lor hot weather. All sizes and
prices from 75c to $15.00.
mmi wwuj-sstsz
W. J. Clarke & Co.
HARDWARE AND PLUMBING,
211 Court St.
The cattlemen of the western nart
. or tho country seem to believe that
' the herds raised from seed from the
J United States, are of better quality
I than those raised from animals from
2 the easiern provinces, nnd they will
. . continue to fight for the admission of
these animals duty free. j
J In cose a duty should be placed on
. mom aowevor. ine westerners will not
coerce into buying thp stock of tho
easterners, but will themselves enter
the United States and. buvlnc the
stock wherever It proves to be to J
their advantage here, will ship It
themselves to their homes In the do-'
minion. j
J ' This course Is planned because it '
Is thought that any law can be pass-
ed which will compel residents of Can-1
J ada to pay duty on breeding stock : J
which Is purchased In a foreign conn-,
try by actual residents or the domin- ,
i ion for use In the dominion. i .
Mr. Thomas Is favorably Impressed i
J with the Northwest provinces as . J
range countries. He says that though ,
J . the seasons are shorter than those '
. which prevail In this countrv. they !
are not much more severe than ours,
J and cattle seem to suffer very little .
' more from tho cold there than in the
J , states. This, he thinks. Is somewhat
. unusual, too. as the provinces of Man-
. Itoha, Assinlboia and Alberta, the '
2 . provinces covered by him on this trip, I
j are flat and mostly devoid of natural '
2 shelters for cattle during cold weather 1
; such as so much of our western range 1
auurus, in canyons, uuttvs, hills and
2 draws.
1 Neither does Wes.eru Canada suffer
2 from drouths; and the vegetation, he
It grains or grass, does not lack mois-
2 lure during either the growing season 2
, . or the winter. At the present time, j
Mr. Thomas says, the country Is al-
moBt inundated by the great quantl-1 .
2 ty or water precipitated by rains nnd 1
from melting Knows which have sent 1 J
, water down from the mountains to !
2 the plains in great quantities. 1
The planting of spring wheat. 1 !
2 1 which is the only wheat crop that ;
m , country produces, has been delayed j J
ny me miperaounuance 01 water, tins ,
z condition is onlv tpmimrnrv imu.-.
' ever, and It is not at all probable thnt
2 the delay will continue long.
Mr. Thomas thinks It very nrohn-
hie that the grasses of the ranges o,
the provinces mentioned, are richer ?
and thicker than tho grasses produced !
by our ranges In the West. j
He says that cuttle and horses are 1 .
Htlt ri'Clllnrlv 1,1 mnrkiil fi-..T ,lw.an '
The cost of
the offer, we pxnert. will m.-irli Ssnn.-
, 000. We pay that price because it , life,
seems the only way to quickly let thrj
sick know what Liquozone does.
ine greatest value ol Liquozone liesi
in the fact that it kills germs in the These are the known germ diseases,
body without killing the tissues, too. j AH that medicine can do for these
And no man knows another way to do , troubles is to help Nature overcome
it. Any drug that kills germs is a I t,c Kcrras, and such results are indi
poison, and it cannot be taken tn-ircct and uncertain. Liquozone kills
1 icrnany. jevcry pnysician Knows inai the crenns, wherever they arc, and the
medicine is almost helpless in any re5l,its arc inevitable. By destroying
germ ulscase. nc cause o the trouble, it invariably
Liquozone does m germ troubles t cnos the disease, and forever.
wnai an ine urugs, an me skiu in uic 1
world, cannot do without it. It cures 1 bw-Anwni
diseases which medicine never cures. iironchitu
Itlnml Pnlwln
llrlaht'n IMtfane
lloiral Troubles
unsumriiiun
liar revr lnflnens
Kidner Disease
l.a (iripwt
Acts LiKe Oxygen.
Liquozone is the result of a process 1 (5rlimion
which men have spent over 20 years in , ti""Jjrc,,.V
lxjtioorrliea
perfecting. Its virtues
are derived
irff
t,.nntrT-lHTrh.&
lmndrcll IiropsT
HT TrtMlhlr
Mulurla-Xmirnlirla
lanr limn Troubles
l'tlcw lr.ennODla
I'lenrlsy JOolnsr
Klicumfitltm
kin Ihscnsrs
s-cmfnln- Krphlllls
Htaraach Troubles
GLltttV-Ulnnt
Uonorrhcu-Gicct
l im-ali mi.. .7"rr.-'u wila (Nk ...
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50c. BnHlA
If vnn rtA T
never tried S?
gist ourselves for it
cut. nirirl n -
1'OU what Limine.
accept it to-dav fnr J
dcr nn nlilirmt.nH
- !vu niiiicver,
Liquozone costs ;oc and $l
f.IIT OUT Tun
ft LI Llll
lot ICi- oacr ms hr spfurm
Mr ditrase is
1 na.e ntrr tried 1. -ft,-- v..
- - net i .
'111 hPk. .
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T
PER. SET S OO PER. SET S HO PER SET t S
1 GOLD CROWNS j.QO GOLD CR0WNS
2 SILVER FILLINGS 50C SILVER FILLINGS
EXTRACTION 50C EXTRACTION
NOTICE.
To All My Friends nnd Patrons:
I take pleasure lu introducing to
my friends, Drs. L. L. and T. H.
White, to whom I have sold my
dental business in this city. I
thoroughly recommend the Drs.
White as first-class dentists lu
every respect, and will esteem It a
fnvor Tor any or my patients to
plnce their cases In hands or the
Drs. White.
Respectfully,
E. A. MANN.
.. . . ..i... A.linnff, Hutu Ail unm
Mr-THIJI3S A lJ I J AHHLlArJ Ltb. MfMU WE. UWnnm
W 1 1-sT K If Mt- I 1 1. IM- HllsHr- S I I M l Untl Wi r-im-
rniu&o inc. uuwcoi uiiaioiuni
WORK.
CAREFUL AND CONSIDERATE TREATMENT WILL
-w-p-k.ia-ki-s. .lAtir BUT I IP C WCCfl n F NT 1ST 5
tA I CIXULU IU MULi hUHC. BW I uiwuium
PLOYED.
WHITE BROS.
Association Block
DENTISTS
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provinces without having had a bite,
. to speak figuratively, of feed. He says
' ho Is informed by persons on whom
' bo has every reason to rely, that cat-1
tie weighing 1500 and more are sent 1
direct from tho grass to the market. ! , , ' ., . on,
' Horses attain the pink or condition Total Number for April Nearly 300
also on the grasses of that country. More Than Same Month Last Year.
RECORD OF FAILURES.
EXCURSION RATES TO ST. LOUIS I pleasant way, ns well as the most de- and It is not customary to feed these
llghtful one. to cross the continent, animnis either, preparatory to sond-
IThe stops arranged give nn opjiortu- Ing them to market,
nlty or visiting the various points or
Interests in and about Salt Lake City. Fatality Among the Sheen.
Denver and Kansns City. If you wish i The botanist of the department of 'or liabilities, against 750
The
According to Dun's Review com
mercial failures In the United Sta;es
during tho month of April were 1013
In number and $13,13C,G88 In amount
In the cor-
Washington & Columbia River
Railway.
For the World's Fair at St. Louis
the following rates are announced: I to accompany one of these excursions I agriculture, Mr. Frederick V. Covllle. j responding month last year, when the
To St. Louis, going via St. Paul i wrte nt Onco to W. C. McBrlde, 124 states that something like $400,000 Is amount of dofaulted Indebtedness was
or Billings, returning any dl- Third street. Portland, for sleeping lost annually in the Northwestern I $11,811,967.
rict route $60.00 car reservations. , stales from sheep killing alono in the vnrious branches of ninnu-
To Chicago, going vlt St. Paul 'through eating poisonous plants. The ! facturlng, 2CI concerns suspended,
nr nllllnes. returnlnc any dl- '.,-r..u.. n.. a...ui i r.,., u-,rf loco weed and other poison plants do-1 nwinir 15.222.923. which compares
. - - ! I i l kJ uca nniMuiiu - ' - ... .... . . . . - -.. , . rnll.,PA nli .71 HHfl
rect route oo.uoi 0 ,niry mu vunuua lurm unu rauge am- with 212 rallures a year ago, involving ".-". u...
iiium hi situi uuiuuom uiiu are ine ; $e,3BC,2!iu, Tlie cinei numerical in- v.muui, wuuu, ..v.,
crease was among traders, tie-
faults, with liabilities of $5,815,702,
t?lf ViSl
... t ...i.i. ,.. inn ,, ,,rt i. KancaE now rit '
l-wlU)Uri!lK Willi Ulliy 1W lUOl Jai, ,11-
T . ,k n,rnl,nr nf full. !.-... In OPIlCrlll aOO W
n,aa l,n hnai. n.1 tr.vanen nvnf Inut i.nl ,niv In tinr iCUIUl
. nni.iii,i , t.. . v. ,1.1,1 i i i . c ooU'lirlltlon ul
JCUI s I1UU111LIC-S UXUIIUU ill mi- iiiiin ;iu iiujp ' v iwitf
class or broKers. real estate, insur- centennial oi im
.1 rn 1.. Qn(h lnv Of JH."
t I I.. I i r"u" .. c .1 . . . L n L' 1 1 n Ii'1
Jiuilbiuilti, llltuilllb (-.ufouii t ; noauicii' - h I
minted intientness, compared witn ins signanire "--,(
lu in prii, I'juu, wuu tuiai iiuuiuiiue . iiiruutiii i"wh.--".
of only $829,077. A Uougins
.... ... .1... i.ipuju ni i.uo--
in addition to tnese commercial in- iv iime W
1 I ,. 1 1. 1 1. I l UH 11 III I U lilt " .k.
DUltUllUICO, 1U UU11IVD U11U U1UU imuw llVtTD
ary Institutions closed their doors,
with liabilities of $4,357,000, a strik
ing Increase when compared with fouti
failures, for only $71,000 n the cor-
proclpltate he '
and tlii' bouui
returning from
To SL Louis,
Chicago, or
To Chicago, returning from 8L
Louis 620
To St. Loula, returning via Chi
cago, or
To Chicago, returning via SL
Louis 65-
Falls City. Neb.. April 17. 1904.
About you "TIUB" I want to say H
beats anything I over heard of as -a
cure for the liquor
Its as well ns to give strength to one's
nerves. J. took
ago and will alwnys
word for your treatment
i bune or the stockmen. Tho depart
tucni has been endeavoring to dls-
and tobacco ha. I cover remedies for such poisoning
uuu nun iif u gtvui t'Aiimi miuuuuuud.
rm.,. inn. I 1.,. . u
TIIID" olwut a year ""' . "
WllUlUIti ... , .
Children of half-faro age. half , haVe seen enough or "TRIB" i S ilonnrtmont hns TJS'J
4a l.snn Hint I r a man manlu n niirii , ' " v
"""" 1 "" ",": u ' ", ,7 discovered the exact nature or the
with .TRIB " ResitfuTly " ln of the ramaa
wltb ikib. itcsneciiuiiy. , pines, the two worst plants next to
Zack is In towm.
Attention 8hMpi
.. ..... snd t
I some good ranre n i -
box 44, La uranuv,
above rates.
Tickets will be on sale May 11, 12
and 13; June 16, 17 and 18; July 1.
2 and 3; August 8. 9 and 10; Septom
fcer:E, C and 7; October 3, 4 and 5.
Good going ten days from date or
ale, returning. 90 daya from date of
Good for stop-over at any point
-within the limits.
Vnr full Information regarding
mutes, side trips, etc.: call on or ad
dress, WALTER ADAMS, AGT.,
8. B. CALDHRHEAD, Pondleton,
General Passenger Agent, Ore,
Walla Walla. Wash.
Special Excursion to the World's Fair
The Denver & Bio Grande, in con
section with tho Missouri Pacific, will
rnu a series of personally conducted
excursions to the World's fair during
June. These excursions will run
through to SL Louis without change
of cars, making short stops at princi
pal points cn route. The first of these
excursions will leave Portland June
7th, and the second June 17th. The
vaie Jrom Pendleton will be $60.00 to
8t Louis and return. Excursionists
mlM Tla the Dwver & Bio Grande
SwTtJBe privilege of returning Tla a
SeVeit route. This la the most
For sale by Tallraan & Co.
The Washington tt Columbia River
Railway Special Summer Excur
sion Rates to coast points.
Beginning Juno 1C, 1904, tho "W. &
C. R. railway will have on sale tickets
to WestDort. Long Beach, Clatsop
Beech. Tokeland, Ilwaco, Scaviow, Ti
nea. Pacific Park. Ocean Park. Nah-
cotta, Flavel, Gearhart and return at
$10.60 'for the round trip.
For children of half fare age, one
half the above rate.
Tickets will be good returning until
September 30th.
For full information call upon or
address, AX)mB
Agent
j the loco weeds, and the coma poison
nn JiA nlMirwimft 111' n nnmlilnnllnn
of dlurotln and caffeln. This can bo
applied with a hypodermic syringe
very rapidly.
Annual Picnic A. O. O. W., Waltsburo,
Or., June 9, 10, 11.
For the above occasion round trip
ticket will be sold to WaltBburg at a
nf s? Rn. nates of sale June ,
10. and 11, llmltod to return Juno 12,
1904. For particulars call on or ad
dress E. C. Smith, agent
Quick Arrest
J. A. Gulledgo, of Verbona, Ala.,
was twice in tho hospital from a so-
voro case of piles causing 24 tumores
After doctors and all remedies fall
ed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly
arrested further Inflammation and
curod him. It conquers aches and
kills pain. 25c at Tollman Co.,
druggists.
In order to accommodate fishing
parties the O. IL U N. Co. will, until
close of season, have train No. 2,
leaving here at CMS p. m., stop at
North Fork on aaiuraay evenings,
and train No. 1, due in Pondleton at
9 a. m., stop at somo place Monday
morning. This arrangement wui be
In effect Saturday, way n.
E. C. SMITH, Agent
Zack Is In town.
TOO BAD.
"I'm sorry summer here."
"Why?" f,nare"
"Our cook seems to ue jusi learning now to uueuu w m