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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 25, 19M.
! The Sheen
s BETTER INSPECTION
i of Pearl
5 wflected from ported teeth can
j toslty be destroyed by Improp-
)f dentifrices. There are many
preparations that will whiten
4 wtb. but few that preserve the
Rinmel while they whiten.
aaves teeth while it beautifies
tm. It arrests decay, hardens
5 sSe gunis. removes dlscolora
ii Ssns. sweetens the breath
g Tad stops there.
price no cerus.
Inspection of Stock Is Now Largely
a Matter of Form, With Little Sci
entific Knowledge Required State
Law Should Be Passed to Make
Stringent Regulations and Protect
the Stock Interests. '
F. W. SCHMIDT
Theme Main Sol
In speAking of the need of more
thorough livestock Inspection, a
prominent federal officer connected
with the bureau of animal industry,
said in a recent conversation with the
writer: "What we need is to have Uie
office of the state veterinarian and
his deputies incorporated with the
state board of health, if they acted
under the direction of this board It
would lie a Ions: step toward making;
the service more efficient. As It is.
the exnmluntfons for disease In ani
mals lire usually a farce.
As an instance, take the examina
tion of the C. B Wade herd in Pen
dleton for tuberculosis. There Is a
regulation by the state officers In the
state of Washington that all animals
from other state must be subjected
to the ntlerculofis tost before being
admitted to that state.
This Is. of course, a protective
measure for the large cattlemen of
Washington. The raisers of fine cat-
tie are in favor of it. as It tends to
The cowboys employed In the East keep outside cattle out of the state
at. laitls stockyards have struck in while the creamery men. who wish to
.tynrpathy with the butchers. see more dairy cattle come Into the
TKr special policemen were sworn stale are adverse to it.
-a: t St Joseph. Sunday, to preserve To properly perform the test for
ttfey in the packing house district, tuberculosis requires 4S hours. The
"IV new Jl.noo.onn steel bridge are kept quiet and not excit-
Frazer river at New Westmin- ,lQ al" wa-v or 24 hours so that
ata. was formerly opened Saturday, their temperature will be normal. The
7 , , .. . . sterilised tuberculosis is then inject-
iereral cloudburst in Chihuahua tH, a, ,he same tBMf tht.,r temperturt
m destroyed several native settle- s ahe At tm? same n 4 hourg
ln 'he northern part of the later thtJr ,em,,erature ,s aealu
rxste. , ,aj;ea an(j if j, jg two ,iegrees or moro
lie new railroad to Touopah. New. higher, it is considered a proof of the
-Jm been completed and Governor existence of the disease In the nnl-
aSjerts will drive the golden spike mal. In a healthy animal it causes
'3ttsday. no fever and consequently no rise In
Tiie Portland reduction mill at Col- temperature.
Miaib City, which has been closed for
ttfcrce weeks, resumes Monday with
tsrsHznlon labor exclusively.
JL -west-bound Santa Fe train was
-2niled Sunday morning at Topena.
6Km killing Express Messenger Sew
.aU and fatally Injuring a mall clerk.
'3ie official surgeon to King Chrls
tjsn of Denmark, has been summoned
ti "the bedside of his royal patient.
tOiD Is suffering from inflammation
'The terribly heavy rains of the past
-arrck have practically stopped all
Now at the C B. Wade auction In
Pendleton, of his blooded- stock, a
certain deputy inspector completed
the lest of more than 100 animals
within the space of five hours an ab
surdity and a farce upon the face of
Usually these tests are a farce; a
sort of hold-up game. Pay a deputy
50 cents or a dollar and he will give
you a clear bill of health: so that it is
really no protection against the Intro
duction of cattle affected with the
The SL George.
F. B. Holbrook, St George,
L. D. Hay, Seattle.
R. B. Wilson. Portland.
Felix M. Pugh. Spokane.
T. E. Alnsworth. Walla Walla.
II. L. Munhnrt. San Francisco.
George Harris, Portland.
A. Neumans,, Seattle.
G. S. Blakely. Chicago.
J. G. Kendall. Spokane.
M. H. Splro, St. Louis.
"William Dunn. Portland.
J. Wilson. Denver
F. B. Watson, Denver
L. B. Johnson, Jr.. Salt Lake.
Louis Smith, Chicago.
Dr. E. N. Hutchinson. Portland.
C. B. Atchlsou. Portland.
H. B. Reynolds. New York.
I. M. Bates Detroit.
X. B. "Whitley New York.
J. C. Lonergan Seattle.
Louis Cook, Pocatello.
J. W. Brady. Spokane.
John F. Havden. St. Louis.
Elizabeth T. Kirk. Springfield.
George W. Romage. Portland.
W. E. Davidson. Baker City.
D. Gwlnn. Walla Walla.
J. C. Pond. Walla Walla.
J. J. Bums. Portland.
J. M. Byron Spokane
James C. Brown. Jr., Chicago.
I,. D. Hay. Seattle
J. C. Smith. Idaho City.
H. J. Mannhart. San Francisco.
J. W. Davis. Walla Walla.
C. C. Best. San Francisco.
C. L. Downer Spokane.
The Hotel Bickers.
F. S. Curfman. Kansas City.
E. L. Tracy.
Airs. E. L, Tracy.
S. Alnsley. Portland.
James G. Collison, Eugene.
C. M. Hill. Minneapolis.
S. E. Smith. Kent.
J. L. Roe. Freewater.
C D Rinker, Spokane.
J A Chidester. Spokane.
J. D Gregolre. ..dams.
J S Cunningham. Portland.
Mrs. H. I. Jones. Ontario.
.Mrs. A. Cantrell. Ontario.
W. H Switzler. Umatilla.
D. H. McDonald. Seattle.
E. H Burke. Portland.
M. J Cockerlin. Salem.
A T. Demaris. Milton.
R F Gwlnn. Portland.
C. A. Chapman. Moscow.
J. S Anderson. Cripple Creek.
Mrs J S Anderson. Cripple Crek.
E. O. Wilson Spoknne.
G. H. Wilson. Spokane.
H. L. Marey. Spokane.
S. J. Hayes. Spokane.
E. C. Wormian. Tacoma.
H. P Peterson. Hood River.
H. W Norton. San Francisco.
Mrs. J. B. Graybeal, Milton.
M. H Gurrin. Coldwell.
H. Boylln. Pilot Rock.
A. Hicks, city.
We are now cleaning up all spring and summer goods and prices
are made that will speedily move the goods. Come ln and get your
share of the bargains.
Clothing at big reductions.
Shirt Waists cut 20 per cent
Shoes of all kinds reduced 10 per cent.
Special prices all over the store.
One Hundred Dollars Reward.
LA GRANDE EDITOR'S PIANO.
Th whnla rinhiMI slimiM tin thnr.
una maneuvers m iKiin Japanese anu otighly studied by some intelligent
TErasian armies. All the Manchurian n.i im,)nr,ii mnn nn,i .i nn.nnriH
aanxms are now raging torrents for ,)assage a, tne coming session of How Fred Curry's Mind Was Sudden-
Xtports have reached Shanghai of the legislature making n thorough re- ly Changed on Music,
afce burning of a French bishop, a vision of the existing laws. There had been an agitation for
qtriert and two Chinese converts, by The influential papers should agi-, some weeks in the home of Fred Cur
(Cfciiese rioters at ichang. near Sin- tate this matter to attract attention rey. one of the editors of the La
&a Fu. Two hundred Chinese sol- to the need of a thorough shake-up of Or'nnde Observer over the Question
One hundred dollars is a pretty good reward for five minutes work,
yet that is what J. E. Strode, of Waltsburg. Wash., got from the East
Oregonlan in our last subscription contest. Ho received with the corapll
Iments of the East Oregonlan. without a cent of expense to himself, a $100
rubber-tired buggy. We propose to conduct another subscription contest
on the following basis:
From now until November 4th we will take new subscriptions sent In
by our subscribers and to the one who guesses nearest to the voto received
by the winning presidential candidate in this state, we will give one-half of
all the money received from this contest.
For example, If you iiilnk President Roosevelt will receive the major
ity of votes in the coming election, fill out the coupon, "Roosevelt's total
vote In Oregon will be ( )."aud put ln your estimate.
It our subscribers co-operate with us as they hav.e in previous contests
und as we expect they will In this, we will take ln several hundred dollars
and iossIbIy much more, one-halt of which will go to the person who
guesses nearest to the vote ln Oregon for the winning presidential condl
There Is only one requirement and this .is' Important. ALL NAMF
SENT IN MUST BE THOSE OF NEW SUBSCRIBERS. Renewals of sub
scription will not be counted In this contest. Subscribers can participate
in this way: Get some neighbor to take the Weekly East Oregonlan for
four months for 30 cents. Send In a money order for the 50 cents; or In
lc and 2c stamps or sliver, accompanied by your guess on the presidential
vote. If you do. not want to ask some neighbor to subscribe, send ln 50
cents and the name of some friend in the East who Is Interested In the
western country. Let him read the Weekly East Oregonlan and It will
give him more news about the resources of the Inland Empire than you
could If you wrote him a 50-page letter a week. For every 50 cents you
will be entitled to one guess. If you get four of your friends to take it
four months each, you will be entitled to four guesses, or if you get one
new subscription for a year for the Weekly for $1.50 you are entitled to
three guesses. Some one of our subscribers will get one half ot all
money takeu in on this contest. It may be only $50, or it may be several
hundred dollars, but whatever the sum the one who guesses nearest to the
presidential vote In Oregon for the winning candidate, will get one-half of
Remember the guess Is on the vole cast ln Oregon for the -successful
Only new subscriptions count.
A subscription for 50 cnts gives you one guess.
You can send In as many bubscribers as you wish and for each 50
cents you get one guess.
This contest closes November fourth, so be sure to send In your
guess before that time.
The total vote in June, ISO-t, was &2,fiOS; for republican candidate for
supreme judge, 52,940; for democratic, 28,729; socialist, G419, and prohi
buB m-e served.
Main street, center ot
Cool. rpfrpcVifnc nj .
ing, uur drinks go right
spot. Call for Soda Pop
Barilla, imn ppan t v!
- . . . r
tuuL xieer. umcot it.
u vuij uisuuen water,
irom conuensed ste m,
i uaic LUUU MJUUU K
which is delivered
V C MINIMI
ONE STAGE LINE QUITS.
iHias have been sent to quell the riot, the matter." Fred Lockley.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
INVADING CITY OF DEAD.
0scar Olson and Charles Johnson
ics killed Saturday night in a cave
ta. at "Wallace.
John Flynn. a laborer was killed by
Z&irihern Pacific train at Tacoma,
3amday evening. !
La Grande Real Estate Agent Selling
an Old Cemetery.
The oldest perne'ery ip Union conn
ty. located between what Is called the
"Old Town" and La Grande. Is now
being invaded by a real estate com-
Hiree thousand people attended the pany.
Ifetx. day's session ot the Chautauqua - The land has ben purchased by Dr.
26 Gladstone Park Saturday. i O'Connor, who has platted it and con-
'3he long delayed salmon run In the verted it iu t an addition to the city
CEntmnbia river has ceased already, ,lf Gnde The bodies remaining
CTuedng consternation mong fisher- ' pitl cemetery an. now being re-zzBsz-
moved end placed in the new ceme.
jkutj. , ai,i,i.i- tery ana tne oiu ground s neing level
Idward shields, of Shields circuit H. flr ,,,
tuudtnille fume, will go to Chicago
Oiu. week to Hake the stump for Roos-aweft.
of purchasing a piano.
The luxury seemed rather expen
sive for a modest country editor and
the question was seriously debated
around the cook stove several times.
Finally Mrs. Curry agreed to allow
her musical aspirations to be satis
fied with a- harp an Aeolian. Mr.
Cnrry agreeing to buy the best one
quoted in the catalogues at the local
music store. i
Rate War on the Wallowa Stage Line
at an End.
For the past two months two stage
lines have been operated between El
?in and Joseph, and as a result of the
sharp competition rates were cut and
passengers could get Into Wallowa at
almost any price offered,
On Saturday the new line, called
the Tenderfoot line, was discontinu
ed, leaving the field open to the reg
ular McCully Stage Company.
The old prices were Immediately
a number ot our patrons. Govern
"I feel sure that when this is fullv
j explained that everyone will appreci
ate the necessity for such actlou."
As he went down town compliment- rtBitorcii nnd business has assumed its
mg nimseii on mis compromise, ne fornier condition.
Stock Sales at the Fair.
One of the features at the Oregon
state fair this year will be the big
auction sale of pure bred Shorthorns
and Herefords. Most all the promt
uent breeders who have anything to
spare will consign a few head of their
choice cattle to this sale which will
aggregate a very select lot ot cattle
to be distributed among the small
! Tlin U.flfi
.1 ill i i wn
m r-v-w a mm
R,t 5. r-nT in in
p, i , n n nn Karic
ci.nnt i. n.ricn ,n nag
figured that his diplomacy had saved
him $300 that morning, as a good
breeders throughout the country.
During the life of the Tenderfoot luere. h ""w Place xo siarx a
linn liii9in..sK was carried on with a "mu ",lv lutJ ore.euiue uusiness iuuu
piano would have cost him $400, and ,,, i,,i n,,,v, .., ,!,. ,,. at the state fair where farmers can
he Innocently estimated that the best "runners"' on the Elgin train at Iji L'omI)are the different breeds und se-
nun qiioiru in ail) ui iw i.a uramie Giande, who engaged passengers la muu umi duiicu io ins cuuiuu,
ed down for new dwellings.
Many of the early settlers of La
Grande were buried there and while
the remains of nearly all the known
com- dead have been removed by relatives.
could be purchased for $100 at the
He rather prondly entered the lead
ing music store and asked to see a
price list of harps Aeolians and ln
nsuumur ox me unuen amies aruij , is about 100 unknown graves vet re-
tnr at For Vancouver on a tour of main.
'mspection The old cepieterv is situated on a
The flouring mill at Bonner, Mont., neauiiful elevation adjoining the
m burned Sunday. loss. $25,000. Krounds selected for a new court
Tttttown was saved by a special train h"s-' he a1 ' now very valuable.
t firemen from Missoula.
Toar hundred employes of Olds,
Wmtman & King, ot Portland, have
anas granted a weekly half holiday
deeing the month of August.
Hie dreaded hot winds appeared in
Walla Walla wheat belt Saturday
UNRULY FREEWATER GIRLS.
M . T I. , t'J
aayunce oi mi scanning me ueai ne Keeney, a short time ago. to McCully
urun ku nit- utrm uue tinuiu. w uicn , brothers of Joseph,
surprising plunge on the part of the ' ' 1
newspaper man startled the dealer
the best ham auoted would onlv cost
him 4TIH t
M r riim- wunt In li "r,V. ...w. .. r. .1
asked his wife what kind of a niano ' Against Them
she wanted, without any reference to' The Northern Pacific railroad com
n uvf . TVw, lorn.. l...wlnM , ...111 I.. .!,
ai.ance for their lines and the rates "
,r .., i,mr fhnn nithor ,.nmnnnv 1'"' "J mese sales, uy jnuuciuc iar
could afford to carry passengers for. mere l change tronr the scrub to the
ThP McCullv stace line now occu- mlre ured. wllIc wI Bve them a
pymg the field is the one sold by Joe market their young bulls,
hut the greatest benefit will be to
tho.se who lay the foundation for a
pure bred herd. Rural Spirit
NO SUNDAY EXCURSIONS,
f The Northern Pacific Issues an Edict
Go to Walla Walla for a
Land in Jail.
Two girls who reside at Freewater.
are being held in the city jail await
ing instructions from their parents.
I pany has placed the ban on Sunday
! ii v r 1 1 -u t n 17 nnrt u 1 1 ..o t n I tralna A!v
,' the Spokesman-Review. An order has "nd fleld were wou
The Way of the World.
When 'i'lmckeriiy was In this country
ho called on fiem-rul Scott, full of ad
miration for bU remarkable campaign
in Mexico uud eager to beur the war
rior explain how buttles were fought
Well, now you
aernoon. but It is thought all grain In company w,tn Kate Blllei nhotner
Freewater girl, they created a disturb.
ance on South Second street Wed
Thrice-a-Week World Will Give
the Election News.
i too far advanced to be Injured.
3. J. Cone, who resides near Pra-
i t .,.1 i... r . ... .. 1 T)nnAH
uetril innut'U uy ueuuiai runDcugcr
a , Agent Clelan to agents notifying them
that requests for special Sunday
trains cannot be granted. The bul-
The result of the election will be letln savs:
foreshadowed in the World weeks in ' "Our mnnnirTnpnf tina
street wea- .... ... , - , i . . . r - ";'.-i
the Marlon county oil center, nesday night, says the Walla Walla -"" ,"."-;., "J r f r 'e"-'Bu. " l" i'ev- literature ivas his forte,
m . ..nL- tpoII tt hlrh mars like, a Statesman. . " . mi iruius on ouuuu5.
know all about it," remarked u friend
as the novelist returned from a two
hours' tete-a-tete with tbe boldler.
"Not at all," replied Thackeray, with a
t twinkle ln his eye. "The general take
decided, no Interest ln strategy. I found that
aaat'400, has just been
He expects a heavy Yesterday the Blue girl was fined ",Z I
i'.'ii nnf was nl nwMl tn frn nn ntirnlp. ' wupuiuiv
" ' MiPnilnMO inn u.L-o t ,lf-t .
ne. ln W elwflon rfav
were taken ,.,.
"It is their desire that the- men
., . .... i-i,i on promising to go to her home in
bpmiy with a cpltal stock of $1- , charge ,agt nJgnt by
Tl 1 .1 ...Ml . ... . . .
..ii.. "e '""in i iiui oiiij- turive 10
!,Yt ttwl he right, but it will be bright and
"Jul iT a ? . These three girls have been about the " I'L, , DnGnl a
, With John A. Albert, a leading . f several davs assoelatlne with ,arBe; natlonal 'n news and
banker, as th.e chief local pro-, myI ne yletu Every one. who Is interested
er. Tne object ot tne coPny , 1G 0,d and tne Crmming girls "?, I'resiuent ai contest will
to operate an electric road between arfi & ,j and n respectively """U1 eyerJ ?a: No democrat or
In this Ivtal presidential contest will
Household Goods for 8le.
shall, if possible, have one day In the I will offer for sale my entire
week tor physical and mental rest. household goods, Including new piano.
"Th.e reasons tor this are obvious, organ, steel range, two bedroom suits.
In addition to this we have received extension table, etc. Carl Gulott, 012
a great many protests from organized Clay street,
bodies and individuals against Sun-
day excursion business, and we feel Misses' $2.00 shoes tor $1.00.
it our duty to give heed to so large Teutsch's.
SUrm and Portland.
republican should be without it
s, Deafness Cannot Be Cured. ' ,The regular price for the Dally
Ity local application u thej can not reach -Morning World by mall Is $2 tor four
' the dlieosed portion! of the ear. Tbere months, but for a special time the
, U only one way to cure deafotu, and that World will send the Da IK- Mnrnin?
! I by comtltotlonal remll. fafn U " !",,",,," !r ,g
earned br an Infiamt-i condition of the edition by mall for four months tor
' mucous lining ot the Kustacblao tube. $1.00.
wnen inu viim u innamtu ion nave Aeents are wanted tn tnlrn aiilmoi-ln.
rnmhllne lonnri or lmtierfect fiearlnir. and . AKtn wanietl 10 lake SULSCrip-
wben it la entirelr clwed. deafneu li the tions
A liberal commission will be
. reuit, and nnleti the InHammatloa can be given. Address World Campaign
taken out and this tube restored to Its pi,.!, Ttim 41 Pnllirnr rinll.tlnn. m
I normal condition, bearlne wll be destroyed V ,w,om w' 1 u,ltzer Building, N.
at 70U want to buy wheat land, a forever ; nine case out of ten are caiued
. " . . ., b Catarrh, which it notbng but nn In-j 1
,iti ranch, town DronertT. Tacant f Vh. X..r7T ' .,.... u.a.IhB, Bauiio
VSOa or anything ln the real estate
Stae, justi drop in and see us.
E. T. WADE & SON.
. 4tiBce in E. O. Building, Pendleton,
. Tbono Dlack 1111.
mea condition oi me mucous surfaces. nrlntn.l mminr ..in .
-.in nn, 1 1, m, i r. . i rwiiior. cotiies, priaicu mailer, etc.. will bo
any case ot deafness (caused br catarrb) ent by return mall.
that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh '
Cure. 8d !?? circulars free. . . ' M nl.
F". J. CHENEY 4 CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all drusrtrats. 75c
Hall's Family rills are the best.
Van Antler (entertaining Withcrby ot
his country home)-Now, . old man, if
you should happen to want anything
ln the night just touch this bell.
Wltlierby-Xeveri I know how hard
It Is to keep servants u the country.
catcu uic lunching that bell!
Get rour clothes cleaned and Van Antler -lint. I nssum von. rnu
'pressed at Joergor's, 126 West Court are perfectly safe riie bell doesn't
I BtreeL work. Life f
Billy Leathet's express wagon Is ,
now at Howard's cigar store. 'Phone'
main 28-11. Residence, red 33S.
Is the joy of the household, for without
it no happiness can be complete. How
swett the picture of mother and babe,
angels smile at and commend tho
thoughts and asoirations of the mother
bending over the cradle. The ordeal through
which the expectant mother must pass, how
ever, is so full of danger and suffering that
she looks forward tn th
feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend,
a scientific liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders
jjuauic au luo pans, ana
assists nature in its sublime
work. By its aid thousands
of women have passed this
rreat crisis in perfect safety
and without pain. , Sold at $i.oo per
bottlo by druggists. Our book of priceless
ralue to all women sent free. Address
BHABFICLB RCBULATBR BB., Atlanta, Mm.
633 Main Street
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