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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PuNDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1904.
l The Sheen
reflected from perfect teeth can
wally lie ilestroyeil by Improp-
ilentlfrlces, There nre ninny
preparations that will whiten
teeth, hut few that prosorvo the
nnniel while they whiten.
sives teeth while It beautifies
ihem. It arrests decay, hardens
the Rums, removes decolora
tions, sweetens the breath
iml stops there.
Price 25 cents.
F. W. SCHMIDT
Thono Main 851.
Heat caused six deaths at Chicago.
TftKsday with tho thermometer at 1)2.
.about 111,0(10 rural mall carriers
Hutu just received an advance of $101)
fetSfur In their salaries.
Ttje Cuban government has a con
tttsrt to float the hulk of the battle
refii'p -Maine, in Havann harbor.
.Refugees from Teheran. Persia, say
din? cholera is raging there, the mor
tality reaching as high as !)00 a day.
The murderer of the Russian vlee
Sjivcrnor of Kllzabethpol, II red six
srisots Into the hack of his victim and
scaped in a crowd.
President Roosevelt received a del
trcaUon of Colorailo miners at Oyster
Ittay Tuesday, in a discussion of the
rtWkimilo labor siiuation.
General Davis, of the Panama ca
rnal mne has ordered 100.000 yards of
ware gauze to proveni an invasion of
:mrsqtiltoes into the zone.
The baggage rooms of all the New
TVurfc roads aro filled to overflowing
wi&lx trunks ami bundles because of
tlfae strike of the baggagemen.
JCathnn Shad anil lllaino Oreenway.
turn Topoka negroes, are under arrest
idar attempting tti rob and kill a white
Umq-. A lynching Is threatened.
Germany has declared that Russia
mmst return the mall confiscated by
ahe Russian cruiser and disavow th.e
art or troub.o will begin nt once.
JUrs-. Llpschltz. a Poland woman,
(ramnittted suicide by leaping Into tho
nan from the steamer Kaiser Wllhelm
HI. the vessel from which Loomls dis
appeared on Its last outward trip to
Jlalheur county has organized a
wiler users' association.
Henry S. Croker. of San Francisco,
a millionaire stationer, died Tuesday.
TJie Mnzama Club, of Portland, will
;pmf their summer outing this year
iiu cllmbilig Mount Shasta.
The grand lodge or tho A. O. U. W.
airtfiv United States, met In Portland
Tuesday In 3Bth annual session.
William Jack, n well known Mon
tana pioneer, died at Grangovlllo,
Uitalio, Tuesday, where ho was visit
itsf. The number of prisoners In the
rrgon penitentiary has Increased
rironi 314 to 334 in the last three
Oysters planted last year at South
HUr, near Hoquaim, have become
ti&rffty and strong and promise to dp
vretnp to a profitable bed.
A. B. Wollaber, formerly u local oh
atrrer of the weather bureau at Port
land, has been promoted to the posi
tion of local forecuster for tho ilis
Tho number of teachers employed
an Baker county dropped from 110 In
IBTW, to 134 in 1904, and the number
off scholars In tho county Increased
2fM8 In the same period,
Cecil Lewis, of Astoria, fought a
auud to hand fight wi.n a monster
Jtaack bear at his logging camp, Tues
fi&cj. His llfo was saved by tho arriv
H or rrlends who killed tho beast
ttd& an axe.
The Oregon Equal Suffrage Associa
tion has Just elected tho following of
Hirers for the ensuing year: Honorary
jfTtsIdent, Ablglal Scott Dimlway;
jpmttdent, Mrs. Henry Waldo Coo;
vwe-presldent, Mrs. Jeffrys-Myers:
ntcretary, Mrs. Nellie E. Lanibsonj
tetasurer, Mrs. Abblo French,
X you want to buy wheat land, a
otoci ranch, town property, vacant
IMs or anything in the roal estate
2bm, just drop In and seo us.
E. T. WADE & SON.
Office In E. O. Building, Fondleton,
r. 'Phono Black UU.
DISCHARGED FOR CARRYING
"BOX CAR" PASSENGERS.
Annual House-Cleaning In the Train
Department Now In Progress at La
Grande Brakemen Accept Money!
From Tramps and Laborers and.)
Thus Reduce Legitimate Passenger
Business of the Company "Fares"
Often Amount to More Than Sal-,
House-cleaning in the train depart
! mont of tho O. K. & K. at l.u (Irando
1 Is now In progress.
About once a year, a searching In
vestigation or tho train department Is
made by the olllclals, to ascertain If
brakemen are carrying hoboes in box
cars, and every man under suspicion,
is discharged. Within the past week
several brakemen so suspected have
been discharged and others expect to
Th box-car passenger business is
one of the bad habits of railroad
freight brakemen, all roads being
bothered with the practice moro or
About half of the laborers that
travel from place to placo over the
country, travel In box cars, paying
the brakeman, If they aro willing to
accept It, about half fare, or whatever
price can be agreed upon. Tho prac
tice oncouragos laborers to travel
this way. to avoid paying full fnre,
and thus reduces the legitimate pas
senger business of tho company to a
It nlso yields a handsome income to
the brakeman, as often the fares thus
collected amount to double the
wuges they receive, although brake
men receive in wages on the mountain
division nbout $3.25 per 100 miles,
making $3.73 for tho trip from I.a
(irande to Umatilla, a distance of 118
miles, or 57.40 for the round trip.
Not ninny of the O. It. & N. brake
men follow tho practice, as they aro
men of families, located In 'their own I
homes in I.a Grande, and respect the
rules of the road, as they expect to '
remain permanently In the employ of
The box-car passenger business Is
principally confined to "boomer," or
transient brakemen, who work only a
short time In a placo and mako tho
best of the job while working. This
class Is kept on the move by tho dif
ferent companies, who discharge them 1
on learning their practices. I
They aro detected by means of
who go over tho road in
the guise of tramps and lnborers, and From Pendleton to Chicago and ro
pay the brakeman Tor .iolr ride, turn, $03.00.
Every brakeman who is unfortunate To Chicago, returning through St.
enough to take money from a "spot- Louis (no coupon between Chicago
tor" Is reported at the end of the trip nnd St. Louis) or vice versa, $02.50.
nnd discharged. I To Chicago, returning via St. Louis
' The spotters are chunged from placu or vice versa, $CC25.
to placo over the different systems, , Tickets on sale Juno 7, 1G, 17,
so their Identity will not Interfere ig, jiy i, o, 3, August 8, 9, 10, Sop
I with their work. The brakemen never tomber 5, C, 7, October 3, 4, 5.
know when to look for a "spotter." Tickets good going within 10 days
I I from date of sale; ilnul return limit
, FLOTO SHOW IS GOOD. 90 ,inys from date of sale.
! I Stopovers allowed In either dlrec-
Baker City People Well Pleased With tlon wthin tho transit limit. For
Circus Which Comes Here Tomor- further Information call on or ad
i row, dress E. C. SMITH, Agent.
I l no t;ni-oye-o-pay, wnicu is noi u
i wild nnd bloodthirsty beast at all,
' but an Inoffensive, although some-
i what unmusical musical Instrument
called out all the peoplo
City today to behold tho parade or
- - . ..
i Kioto's circus, says the uauer ytty " " ".
Hural,l , hotels, etc., .etc.
' Tho 'parade was not us largo as you will write the undersigned,
Ilnrnum's. but It was good, and tho 8tl"B what Intormatlon you desire,
' performance was In tho same class. the s"io will be promp ly turn shed.
Tho tents of the show wero pitched wo do not have It on hand, will se
at tho old baseball grounds on Valley vme It for you If possible, and with
avenue, East Side, and tho streams . ""- .xionse to yini. Address
or peoplo trended In that direction all , , ' .
day to see tho .elephant Teed, and to , Commercial Agent, 142 Third street,
nlso witness the nrternoon perform-' ' ""land. Ore.
rhoso who saw the show said they
wero going again this evening. Which
means, that the circus, while not
large, is good, as aforesaid.
He Is Now a Strictly Sober Man.
n..in.i.t a..pM oft innj
Our druggist hero'asked mo'to write
vim nliimt "T111I1." Mv son took
"Til III" about IS months ago and has
been a sober nnd Industrious man
since. Ho has taken tho
euro l,nt rnmmenppil ilrlnklnir nfrnln '
It cost bis $160 to take
euro ami $12.50 to
tako "TRIB." Ho says "TRIIJ" is by
far the host euro of tho two, He has
sold many treatments for tho drug
i gists since ho took "TRIB."
Wishing you success, I am your
friend, J. I.. STONE.
For sale by Tollman & Co.
W. O. W. Building.
Tho W. W. Society of Creswell
which has recently been Incorporated
by tho Woodmen of tho World and .
women or wooiicrart or tnat place, Final limit August 4, 1904. For par
soys tho Eugeno Guard, Intends to tlculars call on or address E. C. Smith,
erect a two-story lodge building nU Agent O. R. & N.
Creswol! this fall at a cost or nbout j
$1500. Tho building will bo devoted i Working Night and Day.
entirely to meeting purposes-a hall Tho 1)lSesl and m,BhtloBt ttlo
upstairs nnd on.o downstairs, one "f thing that ovor was mado Is Dr. King's
them to be used for a lodgo room nnd I Now Tfo pinB. Thfian ,
tho othor for entertainments, etc.
Notice to Water Consumers.
All porsons having water motors on
tliolr premises nr.o hereby notified to '
put them In Immedlnto repair It thy
aro not now, nnd to also clean out tho
motor boxes wher.over thoy aro dirty
and fouled, so tho motor can be read
If tho owners or lessees do not have
this done, tho water superintendent
will tako stops to have It done.
J, T. I1ROWN,
Charles R. I.eesbor, Huntington.
A. Hornnrd, Kansas City.
J. A. lllue, Hnrrlshurg.
J, J. Kelly, Uozoman.
Mrs. Kelly, Dozeman.
JJHss Kelly, Bozoinnn.
F. N. Kelly, Rozeman.
F. Wledln, Portland.
J. U. Wndo, Portland.
13. Westcont, Portland.
J, A. Itorle, Salt IjiUo.
C. J. Freese, Spokane.
W. T. Hlslop and wife. Spokniio.
.John Andrews, Portlnnd.
V. Crlppon and wife. Spokane.
Charles S. Mc.Mlcluiels, Spokane.
Kd Golden, Portland.
II. C. CambllSB, Portland.
C. K. Nelson. Athena.
W. R. Mclloborts. Spokane.
Frank J. Parker, Walla Walla.
R. W. Priest. Walln Wnlla.
R. N. Stuutlehl. Echo.
C. W. Porter. Meacham.
R. C. Mnys, l.ostlne.
C. R. Williams. St. Paul.
S. J. Hays, Spokane.
T. J. Kaufman, Walla Walla.
The St. George.
I), P. Newman, Hilgard.
J. H. Richards, Now York.
11. IJ. Smith. Spokane.
M. C. Dennett, Chicago.
C. A. AVhltmoro, Portland.
Albert Scott, Elgin.
R. Alexander. Alhineapolls,
C. A. WUgner, lClglu.
T. J. Esmond, Salt Lake.
William Dunn. Portland.
W. II. Iioltln, St. Joe.
Dr. .1. 1). Hums, Payette.
I.. T. Patch. Payette.
.1, A. Allison, Portland.
C. L. Downer. Spokane.
G. F. Stowell. Chicago.
W. J. McClelland, iVnmpn.
J. R. Keofe. Nam pa.
F. .1. Gardner and son, Portland.
'The Hotel Bickers.
A. Catlln, Catlln,
C. Foskett, Portland.
Henry Oliver, Norton.
Mrs. II. Oliver, Norton.
C. F. Dossier. Portland.
E. Campbell, Portland.
Roy L. Ovila, San Francisco.
.1. M. Van Morn. McKay.
I.. E. Huklll, Starbuck.
W. A. Follows, North Ynklma.
Mrs. J. P. Austin. San Francisco.
Mrs. J. H. Allen. St. l.ouls.
Joe Staks. Chicago.
R. Y. Cussln. Iloppuor.
Sam Pambern. Athena.
C. II. Allen, Adams.
Mrs. F. l.ambourn, Ontario.
Hess Craig. Pendleton.
A. Hanlster, Dayton.
L. 1.. Hiller. Kansas City.
Mrs. 1.. I.. Hiller, Kansas City.
W. R. Kelton, Kansas City.
World's Fair Rates.
The O. R. & N. Company announces
tho following low rates:
From Pendleton to St. Louis and
It Will Be to Your Interest.
If you contemplate visiting the St.
Unlit; Exposition, to secure reliable
Information as to railroad service, the
lowest rates and the best routes. Also
ii fn Ifiinl full ill I Miti a fit Ul I stillo
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
y '"fj"! applications as they .
can not reach
ie ear. Tuere
IV tn tiin ilAntnM. and thnt
la by constitutional remedies. Deafness In
cauncd by an lntlanie-i condition ot tne
mucous llnlnK or the I.ustachlan tube.
wiien mm tube is inuameil you litre a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
taken out and this tubs, restored tn Ita
-rmal cond.Uo. JhrtK wM tot
by catarru, which is notnng bnt an In-
tlamcd condition of tbe mucous surfaces.
"e will Biro une liundreil Dollars for
. any case ot deafness (caused by catarrh)
tnat can not do cured by nail's Catarrb
Cure. Bend for circulars free.
P. J. CItKNnV & CO., Toledo, O,,
Hold by all druexats. 75c.
Hall's Family l'llls are tbe beat.
Excursion Rates to Portland Aunust
1st, 1904. Oregon Development As
Portland, Ore., August 2d and 3d '04.
For tho nbovo occasion tho O. R. &
N. makes a special rate of $6.85 for
tho round trip. Tickets on salo Aug-
ust first for trains Nos, 1 and 5 only,
Continuous passage both directions
weakness Into strongth, Ustlessnoss
into onorgy, brain-fag Into mental
power. Thoy'ro wonderful In building
up tne neaitn. only 25c per box. Sold
by Tallman & Co,
Will Build New Barn.
8. C. Dlttnor Is having the old barn
bolonclllir to tltn Altn lintnl nrnnnrt f
torn away and will roplaco It with an
entirely new structure This Is tho
nrst or quite extensive Improvom.ents
Mr. Illttnor will make on this property
"I notice that you cut that article on 'How to Live
Years Old' out of tho magazine Why did you do It?"
"I was nf raid your mother might read It "
TO FRUIT AND GARDENS.
Two Young Children Lost for Half a
Day Judd Mitchell Opens the
Threshing Season Marriage of Pop-1
ular Young Folks Visitor From Il
linois Another Month of School In
Ilrlggson, July 18, Quite a severe
rain and hailstorm visited this sec
tion lust week. Considerable damage
to appjes and garden truck Ik report
Last Saturday a couple of .Mrs.
Swan Peterson's children, aged 11 and
5, wont to play In the woods near the
house, hut from some euuso lost tlielr
way and lulled to return at the ap
pointed time. The matter was soon
reported to ncighhois, who immedi
ately Joined 'in tho search. After
scouring the woods for nearly hair a
day thoy wero round finally, ubout
two miles from home.
.In ild .Mltchel took his threshing out
fit to tho valloy Thursduy, where he
will begin the season's run by thresh
ing C. H. Wood's 500 ncres of wheat
Mrs. Sam Ilooher of Athena, ami
niece, Miss Kern McKarland of Knox
vllfe, III., aro visiting with Mrs. Alf
Ilooher of this place.
The directors of District No. 1)5
have decided to havo unoth.er month
of school, which will run the term
Ed Mitchell and Miss Uolhj Camp
bell wero married Inst Friday at the
home of th.e bride's mother, Mrs. Ben
nett. The contracting parties are
both highly respected young peoplo
of this vicinity, nnd will mnko their
A'caso came to light that for per
sistent and unmerciful torturo has
perhaps never been equaled. Joe
dobollck of Colusa, Cal., writes: "For
15 years I endured Insufferable pain
from rheumatism and nothing reliev
ed mo though I trlod everything
known. I camo across Electric Bit
tors and It's tho greatost medicine on
earth for that trouble. A fow bottles
of It complotoly rellovod and cured
me." Just as good for Uvor and kid
ney troubles and general debility.
Only SOc. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Tallman & Co,, druggist.
Ranga to lease and can locate
somo good range and water. Address
box 44, La Qrande. Or,
F. E. Van Dtisen
CONTRACTORS OF BRICK
Boiler sotting and flro places
done In first-class manner.
Address Box 466, Pendleton.
PRICES BELOW ARE GOOD DURING THE CARNIVAL.
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS.
LADIES' SILK JACKETS ONE-THIRD OFF.
LADIES' SUITS AND SKIRTS 10 PER CENT OFF.
LADIES' WAISTS 10 PER CENT OFF.
CHILDREN'S DRESSES 10 PER CENT OFF.
Where $2.00 does the work of $3.00.
to lie a Hundred
Organization Oregon Development
League Portland, August 2 nnd !!.
August 22-27 American .Mining
Inland Empire Teachers' Assocla-'
tlon Pendleton, October 1U, 20 and
National Irrigation Association, El 1
Paso, Texas, November 15-1S.
Schilling's Best are not ex
travagant ; quite the contrary.
Teas and coffees good-enough;
baking-powd - flavoring ex-'
tracts and spices pure and best
and yet economical; soda common.
A Woman's Headachf Rock Spring
irenerallv comes because of
troubles peculiar to women ;
these troubles come from a
cause simple in itself, but which
Beecham's Pills will quickly re
move. There nre ninny ways
in which women suffer nnd
A Woman's Backache
is another most serious nnd
painful experience of ninny
women. Thousands of women
are taking Beecham's Pills
periodically and find them
wonderful in relieving the suf
cring. Every woman should
acqunint herself with the good
these Pills can do, as'
A Woman's Suffering
can bo avoided by using
See special instructions to
women with each box.
In Boxes, lOo. and 25c.
O SPICES, o
.Atolurefwtty.' Finest Flavor,
CL0SSET a PEYER5
Well ventilated, neatuJ
fortable rooms, good
in connection, where
goods are served.
Main street, center ot
botween Atta nd
F. X. SCHEMPpl
Cool, refreshing and Iniltoi
Ing. Our drinks go right to I
spot. Call for Soda Pop, Sil
parllla. Iron Brew, Dr, peppj
Phosphates, Mineral Wu
Root Beer, Ginger Ale
Cider, and all kinds ot
drinks. Our drinks are I
and only distilled water, i
from condensed ste m, Is t
Factory under St. George El
LET US FILL YOUHl
Recognized as the best i
most economical fuel.
are prepared to contract I
you for your wintefa tm
We deliver coal or Toed
any part of the city.
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,ran..n PICTURES. H
stock of frame.
r n SHAB
We have jusi v h u
points. -j -.refill r"
good lioraes and "reiu
raster ".t.. iin.
.1. i,. nnv other .j
itiuu "i ,hn train
gin dally aer the fc
leaving Joseph at 6.u UM
Umes. When you rntw
the Wallowa canyon, w