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"WHAT'S BRED IN THE BON
WILL OUT IN THE FLESH
TIMELY RAINS VISIT ALL
SECTIONS OF OREGON,
DAILY EAST ORE&ONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE B, 1904.
i Monday Eve., June 1 3
This beautiful now playhouse will be dedicated to the amusement
loving people of Pendleton and will be a strictly moral, refined and
up-to-date theater. It will cater to the patronage of the ladies and
children as well as men. All attractions will bo free from all objec
tionable features. Best order will be maintained. Nothing but the
best, talent from the Orphcum circuit will appear on this stage.
Performance will consist of opening act, 30 to 40 minutes, pro
duced by the renowned comedlnn.
JOHN P. BRACE, OF KEITH'S EASTERN CIRCUIT.
Mr. Brace is positively the greatest comedian and monologist who
has ever appeared on this coast.
MANN AND FRANK,
From the Orpheum circuit, will appear in their refined laughable,
original sketch of 20 minutes, entitled, "From the Sublime to the
Ridiculous." Sure to please. A hearty laugh guaranteed.
In her single turn. A decided hit in all the first-class houses.
Up-to-date, life-size moving pictures by Edison's latest Vltiscope.
Latest illustrated songs will be rendered by competent singers.
Good music interspersed.
Admission, 10 cents.
cure disease by removing the cause of It. In the treatment of those
disorders which involve any failure of the nervous force, BEECHAM'S
J'lLLS have, during nearly sixty years, built up
MK UNASSAILABLE REPUTATION.
NCthuig renews the power of tb? digestive organs like
They cleanse the Blood of long-standing impurities, brace up the
Nervous System to a high point of vigor, and effectually chase away
every symptom of weariness and depression. Since BEECHAM'S
PILLS have cured tens of thousands in this and every country of the
globe, just ask yourself why they should not equally prove a boon to you.
Renew the power of digestion by using
Sold Everywhere in Boxes, lOc. and 25c.
Ranges In Excellent Condition Ber
ries Plentiful and of the Best Qual
ityCaterpillars Visit Many Dis
tricts No Chance for Damaoe to
Crops Now Alfalfa and Rye Are
Is true of mankind as well as lower animals. We do not ex
pect blooded stock from common sires, physical giants from
dwarfs and midgets, nor well-developed, robust children from
tainted ancestors and sickly parents. It is contrary to the
laws of nature and heredity, which are inviolable, unchange
able and fixed.
Children not only inherit the features, form and dispo
sition of their parents, but the mental and physical qualities,
infirmities and diseases as well. That certain diseases are
transmitted from parents to children, are bred in the bone
Following Is the government crop
roport for the past week:
The rains during tho foro part of
tho week woro timely and very ben-
oficiai, but in tho wniamotto valley an(j handed down from one generation to another, can not
and a few other localities more rain jend for we see evidences of it every where and every day.
. neeaea .or mie Cruira uu SCROFULA, a disease almost as fatal as Consumption, is a
ows. j; c ii.- 3 i. .1 . i l :n ... is 1.
Fall wheat and barley are heading, uiscuse tu iuc uioou, is ureu iu mc uunu aim win uut in ne&u in
nicely, and the frosted wheat in Uma- the form of trlandtilar swellings, deep abscesses and sores, boils
tllla county Is Improving and win j t- rr t .nn1.ntir A'.
probably turn out better than expect- ""r" " -"".is cut 4 -i.u o, t$uu
ed. in Wasco county there are nu-1 and destiws the red corpuscles and solids or the blood, resulting in
merous complaints of weedy fields, nmomoftmi cfinifnl n-w.ti.f1i mi A nnnrf ni-ini-icTinrl 1W1ifc
but the fall grain crop as a whole Is Tr.TVn7r A t-totTV i. .i j j " r i... .
very promising. Spring wheat, barley RncuiVlAUVi is Jiaimcu aown irom gomy ancestors ana
and oats nre doing well. The alfalfa rheumatic parents. The acid poisons in the blood that cause the
nig cut for ha ; the" yieMsin both sharp, shooting pains m muscles and joints have been there may be
cases being above the average. ; irom birth, and exposure to bad weather, minit air, or cold, easterly
Ranges and Stock nro In excellent u,,f1c nnlv lincVtic 1-hr- nHnnl- W pwm'hSio- r1ir nriri Klnnd TI.p Hn i i . . I
condition, and the flow of milk in the " Vr. T " TlV J ' b t . , , iUU!,i ue punted J
dairy districts continues good, ur- uic uuuuns uiratu urn. ui irn: svsiciii ju uiuti iu jjtiicuci num uiis pailim diwnw
chard grass, vetch and clover will bo CATARRH is snmetlmirr more tlism n mid in the lienrh flip nm'e v..j.''
ready to cut in about 10 days. Hops, Tt,r-f -j T ,,e nffnn1.e fl" CW,lnl, XM,.c ,.A TlUAA n.,A "-"uiio
corn, potatoes and gnnlens have made - .wo, tuius..., i.v- u......, '"'"--j i "u ci:ry pari ot the si
good progress during the week The tem. We inherit a predisposition or tendenc' to Catarrh, just like other blood diseaweJ
ssnKd'ssrWia; ssls ?red e boiie?nd ca" be .reaclr? p s ad n
strawberries nro plentiful and ireuuuent ana a uiorousrn cicausiiicfor me aisease-ianiieu diooci.
their quality Is extra good. Cherries fONT A fiTHT 15? RT DOD PDl'snM i'c wcnnnciMf. fnmmrn r-ff: .t.- . .1
nre ripening and while they have suf- ' rT r'LZZA tZZ. -1 " "1 . '" ",an.al l
rered considerable damage Trom frost "iuo v-umuiuuu, ujiu uuuc ou suiuiv uuusumvu iium yumui io cnna. rearful alci
and cold rains, the yioid win be and sores and disgusting skiti eruptions often break out iu infancy, and those whose Mmfl
!.iKM"ri& bo lhe minted with this awful poison are handicapped from birth, and unless the poison 9
lightest in years. Peaches promise catea carry tne taint tnroup;n llle.
fairly good returns, and apples are fANfPPOT T TT rPP! r,nA c,-t- c00r tr. .,,,0 t :i- . , I
extra cood. In the coast counties and .. ' . - . i""""'-. ictuiuics uirougfl rfl
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in some Dort ons of tho Wl amette . """ului J" olulc ui wusjcs, saivo uuu uniLiiitmb, cuuunue IO STJreao and cmw8
l-nllnf mla-nll1n o , r,nr-n 4-1. 4-n..i- i Z.. 4-1. 1.1 T . 1 J il. . 1 J J 1 .t n S
u -"i'"o "'- uuuic.uuo muac tuc luhil js in luc uiuuu j is urcu iu nie uone auu grounaea in me Mesh.
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Columbl Rlv v Hey num-iuy uhl u jcui uioou rcnieuy iiKe o. o. o. can rcacn inese deeply rooted, mbcj
victor," wl county. V. h. Tai- i d,iseas.es- It goes to the fountain source of the trouble uproots the old taint, dnvesl
cott Nice Bhower the 3ist; winter uiepoisons mat nave ueen lurknicf in the blood tor years, and tones up theweaklvconi;tittitH
rin1 awheatnrIokinadlD wen8'8 corn S' ' S'-reacaes diseases of this character that no other medicine does or can. It a
p!antfngdoene andmost oMt up ta ' been tested in thousands of cases during the nearly fifty years of its existence, anditsrepj
goaa smnu; some nems 01 iaii wncm LlOn US a CUfC IOr CnrOIllC DlOOu trOUuleS IS nnnlv eStabllSDl
vprv u(H(lv! frnif nttinrr wnlli Riim. JMtamtM "k. SBtob. niA .t
mor fallowing nearly completed. I if iraJQ rJ BtJ , , ' , ' " ual aillctu P"icjy vcgtiame ana SIMM
oiex, Giiiinm county, Geo, w. siar- l & v I L oia and voune and persons or delicate constitution. If
i r i i..- i -fc. l& . . -1 . . . . ,
ikTnTmuch bettebr 'than 7 week ago: X .VS hayc llented a predisposition or tendency to some t
haying, both rye and alfalfa, well un- Itk-J1 H IWJ B 1 Jt taint, tne sooner vou oetrin a course or b. fa. to. the 01
dor way; fruit prospects continue S w and more certain the cure. The disease may h
biruu; imniurutiu gelling Buon: Bum-1 , ; j 1 j. ft Li' i -.
mor fallowincr about nil rinne: i?m In
m cnimnooa or later on m Jiie, but is sure to mate its i
generally free from weeds; grasshop- pearance sometime, " for what IS bred in the bone will out in the flesh." as sureasvonM
Pf..""0 ?-e.A0Cnt.le... Our physicians make diseases of the blood and skin a soecial studv. Write us
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weather ideal; gonUe showers havej about j'ourcase, and medical advice or any special information desired will cost you no)
tJS . pt , , urea : 5 THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATUKTi,
very promising; strawberries below
average; pasturage and hay excellent.
Fcndioton, Umatilla county. E. W.
McComas Crop prospects continue
exceptionally good: Bhowers Wednes-
day and Thursday came at an oppor
tune time; mere can be but little sor -
ous damage to tho crops from now on
except from hail or high winds; har
vest will commence nbout Jniv in
and be general by tho 15th,
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If you are Interested in Oil
Painting, Bee us. Our line Is
Wo make a specialty of
framing PICTURES. Newest
stock of frames.
C. C. SHARP
Opera. House Block.
EXCURSION RATES TO ST. LOUIS
: J. L. VAUGHN :
Prompt attention slvon and all
J work exoeutad proporly.
Blaetrleal Supplies of all kinds
OrriCB 121 WEST COUBT ST.
The Washington &. Columbia River
For the World's Fair at St. Louis
tho following rates are announced
To St. Louis, going via SU Paul
or Hillings, returning any dl-
rict route $60.00
To Chicago, going vit. St. Paul
or Billings, returning any di
rect route C3.00
To St. Louis, returning from
To Chicago, oturnlng from St.
To St. Louis, returning via Chi
To Chicago, returning via St.
Children of half-fare age, half the
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; Soptem
ber 5, G and 7: October 3, 4 and C.
Good going ten days from date of
sale, returning, 90 days from date of
Good for stop-over at any point
within tho limits.
For full information regarding
routes, side trips, etc., call on or ad
dress, WALTER ADAMS, AQT.,
S. B. CALDERHEAD, Pendleton,
Genera Passenger Agent, Ore.
Walla Wnlla, Wash.
Georgo J. Gould, tho famous multi
millionaire, prosecuted John Crlspcll,
a penniless poachor, for fishing on
his cstnto at Furlough Lodge, N. Y
A jury gave him 6 cents damages.
RAlN IS. WELCOMED.
Lewiston Farmers Expect the Bumper
Wheat Crop This Year.
A decline of threo conts on wheat
and flvo cents on barley Is tho mar
ket quotation for yesterday. Dealers
report the coast markets entirely in
active and exporters nro entirely out
of the market, says the Lowiston
Tho continued rain of yesterday
was welcomed by tho farmers in all
of the lowor country, and it Is belioy.
ed that a banner crop is now assured
for tho Lewlston country. The upper
prairie sections will also bo largely
benefited by the rains and tho farm
ers generally are confident of a large
Fruitgrowers state that the rain is
very unfavorable for tho ripening
crop, but later varieties will be bene
fited. Wheat, 55c; oats Jl per cwt , bar
ley, 75c; flax, 82c.
Special Excursion to the World's Fair
The Denver & Rio Grande, In con
nection with tho Missouri Pacific, will
rnu a series of personally conducted
excursions to tho World's fair during
June, These excursions will run
through to St, Louis without change
of cars, making short stops at princi
pal points en route. Tho first of thoao
excursions will leave Portland June
7tb, and the ocond June 17th. Tho
rate from Pendleton will be ICO.OO to
St, Louis and return. Excursionists
going via the Denvor & Rio Grando
have the privilege of returning via a
different route. This Is tho most
pleasant way, as well as the most de
lightful one, to cross the contlnont.
The stops arranged give an opportu
nity of visiting tho various points of
interests in and about Salt Lake City,
Denver and Kansas City. If you wish
to accompany ono of theso excursions
write at once to W. C. McBrldo. 124
Third street, Portland, for sleeping
Season for Special Rates.
To the seaside resorts and return
via O. R. & N opens Juno 15th, 1904.
Special rates from Pondloton to Nah
cptta, Ocean Park, Loomls. Ocean
8lde, Cranberry. Tho Broakers, Tioga,
Ixng Boacb, Nowtons, Seavlow, Hoi
manB, 10.00 for tho round trip. Tick
ots on sale commencing Juno 1G.
Continuous passage in each diroctlon.
Final return limit Bontembcr 30th.
For particulars, call on or address 13.
C. Smith, agent.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chronic and Nervous Diseases and Diseases of Women
X-Ray and Electro -Therapeutics
JUDD BUILDING, CORNER MAIN AND COURT. TELEPH ONES OFFICE, MAIN 71; R"1"
DENCE, 1153. PENDLETON, OREGON.
per set $5.00 PER SET $5.00 PER-SET $5.
GOLD CROWNS $4.00 GOLD CROWNS
SILVER. FILLINGS 50C SILVER FILLINGS
EXTRACTION 50C EXTRACT,ON
2kk la la tows.
To All My Frlonds and Patrons:
I take pleasure In introducing to
my frlonds, 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 In
overy respect, and will esteem it a
favor for any of my patients to
place thoir cases In hands of the
a A. MANN.
WE ARE THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED WITH AUU
MFTunnn Ahin audi uurris ikin WE GUAnn 0i
WORK TO BE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD, cLA j
t- mwto rib ku vv E.o i uunoio i e-i
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