East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 15, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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PAGE SIX.
DAILY EAST OREGONI
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AN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1904.
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Straw Hats
The Removal Sale Price on every straw hat In the house Is
50 PER CENT OFF.
Just one-half the regular price.
$2.50 Straw Hats 51-25
J2.00 Straw Hats "-00
$1.75 Straw Hats 90c
J 1.50 Straw Hats 75c
$1.00 Straw Hats 50c
75c Straw Hats 40c
5Uc Straw Hats 25c
Cloth Outing Hats
NIGHTS OF PAST WEEK
EXCEPTIONALLY COOL.
Late Grain Making Slow Growth
Haying Now In Full Blast Frost
Does Damage to Tender Vegetables
In Many Localities Fruit Crops Are
Uneven.
Following Is the government crop
report for the past week:
, The week has been dry and too c.'i
j for rapid growth. Except In the coast
7 i.nlinflna ,t n tMnllll..a I. thrt
lUtlllt..l 1. 11 11 t ICtl IUl.Ullb.Ci9 1 11 tow
Willamette valley, rain Is badly need
ed for late crops. Pall wheat and
PYRAMIDS OF p,
Most Plentiful and Trouble I
Tt tntps ivnrm weather to hrinrrottf i n .
humors and poisons in the system and stir up th
blood, and this is why boils are so commnnl c
Summer. They sometimes come singly, but oft ?!
pairs and triplets, and even in bunches and rW
generally upon the tenderest part of the-body TV
the most painful of all skin eruptions, and the Mj-
a luuiiuu, wiu v... ,ii ,i iccnsn commotion
t-1if f ?tnrk i liner vnlrrmnoc rt intcnnt 1... r "
Nobby, chlc appearing round top crushers.
Just the thing for summer.
75c is the regular price; we sell them at ..
Light
and air'.
50c
Neckwear
Here's where our line shines. There Is no line in the city
that equals our stock of neckties. It is beyond question the big
gest collection of bright ideas in town.
They all go at the Removal Sale Prices, which mean:
75c and $1.00 Ties for 40c
50c Ties for . - 25c
25c Ties for 15c
Just take a look at our window or better still, come in and
look at the complete assortment.
Sullivan Bond
The Growing Little Store
See our big ad tomorrow,
you.
Read the prices, ""hey mean much to
HELP US MOVE,
SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
although they need rain
Grant, Sherman eoun'y Oharlts
Tom Fall wheat nru barley heading
out and looking fine, sprint whta
looks well, but needs rain first oru)
of alfalfa harvested
Adams, Umatilla counry r S Fir
guson Fall wheat good, spring
i wheat and spring barley not doing so
well; it needs a good soaking rain.
without which it will not make much
j of a crop; hard frost the 10th killed
2 ' potatoes and all tender vegetables on
low ground.
' Plateau Region.
X Union. Union county, John W Min-
I nick Killing frost on morning of the
T 11th; all tender vegetables badly
ttfttttftttttMMMtt hurt-
! Homestead, Baker county, j H.
, Pearson Showery, but not much wa- j
Special Excursion to the World's Fair iter fell; first cutting of alfalfa near-
The Denver Rio Grande, in con- completed; crop heavy,
nection with the Missouri Pacific, will j Ontario, Malheur county. Helen E. j
rnu a scries of personally conducted Stone Weather fine; berries and i
excursions to the 'World's fair during Irul,s f all kinds good; more rain j
June. These excursions will run than usuaI in thiB section; first crop j
through to St. Louis without change'0' alfalfa now being harvested. i
Ol care, making short stops at princl- .AS?woi,.t1' . Urook county. James
barley are heading nicely and prom
Early sown wheat, barley and oats burst and the matter is all discharged. Butluckyistheuuforttinatesuffererwliojretso'td
.n'.k-.n"' only one boil, for even if another docs not follow immediately, the poison that is fc&tl
growth, and without tinieiv rains win I blood is bound to collect sonieuhere else and break through the skin, and these dvtw 1
r-l... ,,,.11,. ,;..c Tho 'i - l. .1 II 1. -1,n Cnlnrr oij C WafflS!
UUUoUU.i .if,ui pain may oe conniitr aim ironiu an umuiu mv. vjhhj; mu uummu,
, fK: ofrreon'severt SSrS. ! 1 Some people have a:i idea tlut boils are good for tho health, that they areevidW
uut they did no harm except east ot ; the blood is too ncli, font notxrav s uioou ever gets toy ncii; neuner are boils connr.-J
the Cascades, where it is reported i i.i. t i .i --it'i 1.1 .1 ,.:4...,. f..,-l. j.v- . .. . uai
that tender vegetables were killed m
a few exposed localities.
Haying is well started and the firs. , t nn,-,:,-,,,A ciVl-tw.to livoc tlif lilnnfl tnn wp.tk
crop or alfalfa has generally been e- , .. o...., . . ----
cured, with yields above the average, and sluggish to throw oft the bocttly impurities ana re
but meadow" hay is not so promising. i ijeve the svstcm of the waste and refuse, which then
taT I concentrato at some spot and a carbuncle or boil is
and southern Oregon pasturage eon-. the result. To one already enfeebled b' disease boils
InTne fondit" andhf to come with more frequency, causing the intens-
in the dairy THstricts is excellent. ; est pain and greatest danger to the already weak and
Hops, potatoes, field onions, sucar , debilitated suffurer
beets and gardens are growing slow- : , '., , , . . . . ,
; ly and, although in need of rain, have 1 AH skin eruptions, from the sometimes fatal car
moVur suffercd serio,,s,y fnr lat k "f buncle to the spiteful little cat-boil, are caused by bad
i mstaH;nrr. nmi nhrri m rim. ! blood, and the only wav to avoid or tret pennauently
and of excellent quality. Apples are 1 nd of them is to purify and build up the deteriorated, polluted blood, and counteract t
. peaches aVe uneven in 'some ioeaiuies i lluluors poisons, and nothing will do this so quickly and thoroughly as S. S. S.,fc
being good and in others almost a is the acknowledged kintrof blood purifiers and greatest or all tonics.
. faUure- i Where theblood has become impoverished and is poor and thin no medicine actssoprarj
Columhia River Valley. t -i i- i . . i .1. . , J.M
I . . L : iy in ouuaing it up aim restonugits richness, puruy auustrengiu. ineumeiocureabKlE
t enhurst Temperature favorable for ' before it develops, when it is in a state of incubation or formation in the blood, for boils H
growth, and corps are progressing after all, onlv the impurities and poisons bubbling up through the skin, ana this willcont:
m spite or poulticinsr and lancing till the blood trets nd ot its accumulated poison. The?
to stop boils is to attack them in the Mood, and this is what S. S. S. does. All daugeroft
is past when the blood has been thoroughly punned a
The j pain may be coming and going all through the Spring and Summer.
le people have an idea t.ut uoiis are gooa lor uio health, that
lis too rich, but nobodv's blood ever gets too rich: neither
health. Impoverished or poliutea oiooci, or a riotous, icvcnsn conaition of th U f,i
causes lxiils, carbuncles, and other dangerous skin eruptions.
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Gentlemen :-roroverfifteenv..ti....
odmoreorlcsBfromlcspnrelllood. Ato-t
a?oI had a boll appear onmrlnrV.i.t.,n
which was foUowed by three am et,
I saw S. S. S. advertise J andaecidsdtBiu T
taking threo bottles all Boils dltapiKiait
have not been troubled any ilnee TtJij
Indebted to S. S. S. for the exceUent Itiiia
years. Yon havo certainly placed me ddei
omicauons, una i must say tht I wUi
have great faith In S. S. S.
geo. G.nar&l
the system cleansed of all morbid, impure matter. It j
arc 5 ubiect to boils, then the same causes that proem
t':i-.::i last season ill do bo this, and the sooner voa I
t put your blood and system in good order the better t
chance or going through the spring and summer !
without boils or other painful and irritating skin eruption
i S. b. b. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and can be taken with penect safety bye
3'oung, and without harm to the most delicate constitution. It is mild and pleasant bi
action.and unequalled as a cure for boils and kind-ed eruptions.
Write us if 3'ou would like advice from our physicians or desire any special informati
this will cost you nothing. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. GL
ONLY PLACE
TON TO
IN PENDLE
GET IT.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF
ALL KINDS.
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
pal points en route. Tii fl"' of these ,
vune 1
frost.
but It was not heavy enough to
soon be
' ovniiratnna trill lMvn Pnrftdtln
7th. and the second June 17th. The I"?"" "a ?L. '
rate from Pendleton will he JG0.00 to i , "
St Louis and return. Excursionists ' CfnO' WnhPe'er ,unt"- ;. H
. nr t. rti no : Hale Cool and dry; haying weli tin-
v, ti, f Mfrin ,'dcr way; crop good: early cherries
, ripe.
Klamath Agency. Klamath county,
George W. Loosley Northerly winds
and three hard frosts have retarded
the growth ot grain and hay and
have the privilege of returning via a
different route. This Is the most
pleasant way, as well as the moat de
lightful one, to cross the continent.
The stops arranged give an opportu-
nil.. nt .iloltlnw Vi .,.!rtiB nnlnta nf
Interests in and about Salt Lake Clty.!otner vegetation, but the growing
Denver and Kansas City. If you wish lcro's are not damaged to any extent,
to accompany one of these excursions i , T. TT
write at onco to W. C. McBride. 124 f,ast"" "arkV f?.r "ors"' ,
Third street. Portland, for sleeping' H. Turner of Caldwell who
rnr rnorvntlnn shlPs more horses than any other
World's Fair Rates.
man in this section of Idaho, is now
at Qivens Hot Springs, when- h- has
purchased several hundred head of
IK
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, Statesman.
If you are Interested in Oil
Painting, see us. Our line Is
complete.
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCHERS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS' EAl-LTS
BLENDERS
SKT BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a specialty of
framing PICTURES. Newest
stock of frames.
C. C. SHARP
Opera House Block.
The O. R. & N. Company announces . ranrp horses from thn r.ivnK rtm
the following low rates: 'The horses will be shipped to Kansas.
From Pendleton to St. Louis andijir Turner recent brought a f-arload
1 return, tu.uu. ; 0f Tennessee jacks to Idaho where
From Pendleton to Chicago and re- nt. foumj ready sale for 'hem Quite
turn, SGo.OO. ;a number of the horsemen ar- going
I To Chicago, returning through St. into the mule business. Given Bros.
J ! Louis (no coupon between Chicago , are well pleased with the outlook for
and St. Louis) or vice versa. $62.50. , the horse raisers and say that horses
To Chicago, returning via St. Louis today are bettor than aitl - Hoise
; or vice versa, $66.25.
Tickets on sale June 7, 16, 17.
J . IS. July 1, 2, 3. August 8, 9. 10, Sep
tember 5. C, 7, October 3, A. B.
Tickets good going within 10 days
from date of sale; final return limit
90 days from date of sale.
Stopovers allowed in either direc
tion within the transit limit. For poured in on every train. Tlu- found
further Information call on or ad- the city elaborately decorated m their
dress E. C. SMITH. Agent, j honor. Tomorrow morning a grand
parade of all the firemen present will
j take place. Thursday afternoon and
I r riuuy win oe uevoteu to uie milder
) climbs, races and hose coupling con
j tests, for which 11500 in prizes will
be awarded.
HARVESTERS'
HEADQUARTERS
OUR
RESPECT.
STOCK OF SUPPLIES FOR THIS HARVEST SEASON IS NOW COMPLETE IN EVERT
IF IN NEED OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, VIZ.:
IN8URANCE.
Fire, Life and Accident
JOE ELL
Room 8, Over Taylor's Hard
ware Store.
Wisconsin Firemen's Tournament.
Portage, Wis., June 15 Th Wis-1
consin State Firemen's Association
began its seventeenth annua! minting
and tournament here today Firemen
accompanied by bands and citizens
WATER
TANKS
Building
We make a Specialty of
Round or Square
WATER TANKS
Also Header Beds all sizes and
kinds. We make them right and they
always give satisfaction. Our work
Is never slighted or botched.
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FOR8TER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
Mississippi Leans to Parker.
J Jackson, Mississippi. June 15 The
democratic stale convention to select
four delegates-at-largo to the St.
f Louis convention mot here today.
Considerable Parker sympathy was
manifested and It is possible a resolu
tion in his favor may txt adopted,
though not without vigorous opposi
tion from the McLaurln faction, which
favors the candidacy of Hearst Sen
ators Money and McLaurln, Governor
Vardaman and Congressman John
Sharp Williams are mentioned for
delegates at large.
Received American Ladies.
Berlin, June 15. Tho empress to
day received a deputation from the
International Women's Congress, In
cluding Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. May
Wright Sewell and Mrs, Swift Americans,
Is la town.
FORKS,
HOEDOWNS,
RAKES,
SCYTHES,
SNATHS,
WATER BAGS,
WATER KEGS,
CURRY COMBS,
BRUSHES,
MACHINE OILS,
AXLE GREASE COMPOUND,
LACE LEATHER,
CAP SCREWS,
SET SCREWS,
SMITHING COAL.
BAR, BAND AND SHEET IRON
BABBIT,
ROPE,
WHIPS,
OIL CUPS,
VALVES,
PIPE,
STOVES,
RANGES,
GRANITE AND TINWARE, ETC.
PHONE MAIN 211, OR CALL ON
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
211 COURT STREET
EXCURblON RATES TO ST. LOUIS
The Washington & Columbia River
Raljway.
For the World's Fair at St. Louis
the following rates are announced:
To St. Louis, going via St. Paul
or Billings, returning any dl
rict route $60.00
To Chicago, going vit St. Paul
or Billings, returning any di
rect route 65.00
To St. Louis, returning from
Chicago, or
To Chicago, returning from St.
Louis 62.50
To St. Louis, returning via Chi-
' cago, or
To Chicago, returning via St.
Louis 65.00
Children of half-fare age, half the
above rates.
Tickets will be on sale May 11, 12
and 13; June 1C, 17 and 18; July 1,
2 and 3; August 8, 9 and 10; Septem
ber 5, C and 7; October 3, 4 and 5.
Good going terf days from date of
sale, returning, 90 days from date of
sale.
Good for stop-over at any point
within the limits.
For full Information regarding
routes, side trips, etc., call on or ad
dress, WALTER ADAMS, AQT.,
S. B. CALDERHEAD, Pendleton,
General Passenger Agent, Ore.
Walla Walla, Wash.
New
Boston.
line men's sweaters. The
The WMhlnoton A ttjwgj-r
Railway - SpeeU Wff
elon Rate, to Cot W. ,
Beginning June 16,. &f
C. R. railway will ba"cb, &
to Westport.
Beech. Tokeland. Ilwaw.
tioMa. Park, ocean
tta.mvel, Gcarbart
110.00 for the round
For children of ball i
half tho above rate.
Tickets will be gooa
September SOtb. rtn
For tun ii' s
address, yf, w -ji
ZacK 1 In tomt'
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