East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 05, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1904.
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OPENING
tadies' Ready-to-Wear Dept.
Fall and Winter I904
NOW ON DISPLAY NEW TAILOR-MADE SUITS. TOUR-
COATS, JACKETS, WALKING AND DRESS SKIRTS, AT
(CEPTIONALLY MODERATE PRICES.
NEW NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS, NEW NOVELTIES
WAISTINGS, NEW NOVELTIES IN TOURIST CAPS, THE
IT EST EASTERN FAD.
iexaeder Dept. Store i
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
S THE BEST SMOKE ON THE MARKET
Manufactured by A. ROHDE
OF
TEN
FELL OUT OF A HEADER
BOX AND BROKE AN ARM,
Mies Baker Will Teach Mrs. Banis
ter Is Quite III Dr. Botkln Will Re
move to Portland Visiting In the
Valley and at Hood River Will
Spend the Winter In Walla Walla
Gone to California.
Athonn, Sopt. C. Miss Bertha Ba
ilor of this place has been employed
to teach a five months' school near
Pilot Rock
Grandma Banister Is reported quite
111 at her -iome east of Athena.
Miss Mae Carmlchael, after spend
ing the slimmer at Prcscott, Wash.,
icturned home.
Dr. S. E. Sharp and Dr. A. W. Bot
kin, who for years have
medicine together In
dissolved partnership
COMING EVENTS.
September C Opening St. Joseph's
academy Pendleton.
September 12-17 Oregon State fair,
Salem.
September 19 Opening of Pendle
ton public schools.
September 19, 20,21 Oregon Irriga
tion Association at Ontario, Malheur
county.
September 20 Opening Pendleton
academy.
October 3-9 Spoltano Interstate
fair.
Inland Empire Teachers' Associa
tion Pendleton, October 19, 20 and
21.
National Irrigation Association, El
Paso, Texas, November 15-18.
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It Will Be to Yogr Interest.
If you contemplate visiting the St.
Louis Exposition, to secure reliable '
Information as to railroad service, the
lowest rates and the best routes. Also
as to local conditions in St. Louis;
hotels, etc., etc.
If- you will wrlto the undersigned,
practiced stating what information you desire,
this elty have j tho same will be promptly furnished, i
Dr. Sham will I If wo do not have It on hand, will se-
retain his practice here, and Dr. Bot-1 cure it for you if possible, and with-;
l'oriiunu iruai company, oi
pti, which was csu.uusnci m
Elms ample capital and resources
humbors among Its stockholders
lot the wealthiest citlzcnB of
Ind, and also a great many East-
apltnllsts, this company has
a ve. , convenient form of
Blng funds that may be tern-
idle, so that the depositor i
Bt interest upon them, and still
Ihcm avnllablo upon n reason-
Dtice,
Money Savers
liom there nro many in Eastern Oregon and Washington,
Id remember that
"THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN OREGON,"
Ik liitiTOBt-bearing certificates of deposit that pay a good
bit Interest, and can be drawn at any time by giving a cer-
number of days' notice.
full particulars lire contained hi our book ot
wi shall bo glad to send you, ami at the same tlm.o to
(in any further Information that you may require.
'ortland Trust Company
of Oregon
109 THIRD STREET.
COHEN, President,
H I,. PITTOC1C. Vice-President,
B. LEE PAGET, Secretary,
J. O. GOLTKA, Assistant Secretary.
LUMBING
ad SEWER WORK
rE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOOD8 AND FIRST-
jfORKMEN; AL80 MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. E8-
FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
C. TAYLOR
IDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN 8T.
kin with his wife and little son, Maur
Ice, will move to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Slmonton of Gur-
dane, spent a few days here last week
attending the funeral of Mrs. Simon
ton's uncle, Thomas Ogle.
Miss Fay Gorklng, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. .1. N. B. Gcrkiirg,
left for a visit with relatives and
friends in the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Taltlnccr have
returned from Portland.
Miss Jucy Jenklfis Is spending a
few days at Hood Htver visiting.
Marlon Jacks lias Just finished
threshing his 900 acres of fine wheat
near Havnna.
Miss Laura Brown, cash girl In the
Athena Mercnntllo Co. store, has gone
to Walla Wnlla to spend the winter.
Calvin Ogle, nephew of B. P. Ogle,
who has had poor health lor some
time, went to Denver, Col., for his
health nnd finding the climate too
high for him is visiting at the Ogle
homo.
Mrs. Bern Banister fell out of a
header box a few days ago breaking
her right arm and receiving some se
vere bruises.
Mrs. W. H. Reeder gave a farewell
party Friday afternoon to her Bibb
school class. Her loss as a teacher
will bo greatly regretted by the girls
she has long and faithfully taught
out any .expense to you. Address
B. H. THUMBULL,
Commercial Agent, 142 Third street,
Portland, Ore.
Wisconsin State Fair.
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 5. The an
nual Wisconsin stnte fair opened to
day In a blaze of glory and with pros
pects bright for the most successful
exhibition of the kind .ever held in the
stnte. Every department without ex
ception Is well filled, but especially
noteworthy are the agricultural and
manufacturing exhibits, which foy
number and class have never been t;
cellod in this state. The program of
trotting and pacing races was inmm
urated today and will be continued
through the week.
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HOLDMAN NEWS.
Threshing In Full Operation on Every
Hand.
Mrs. Sanders and .lames Ncwklrk j
nave returned from Astoria, where '
Mrs, Sanders was summoned to tho
bedside of hor daughtei, Mrs Har-1
grose,
William and Prank Holdman have
bought the Claypool threshing ma-!
chine for the purpose of threshing
the wheat on tho reservation. They
will go to the reservation next week.
Thomas Kerr started threshing the
first of the week.
E. C. Johnson and Harvey Cutler
have finished heading and will com
mence threshing as soon as they got
tho machinery ready.
Holdman Bros, have about complet
ed their wheat hauling. They are
hauling to tho McComas warehouse at
Cold Spring station.
Letter Carriers' Convention.
Allentown, Pa Sept. 5. The fifth
annual convention of the Pennsyl
vania State Association of Letter Car
riers opened here this morning with
about 75 delegates In attendance. At
tho opening session reports showing
the work and condition of the organ
ization were presented by President
John J. Ferry, of Wllkesbarre, Sec
retary J. S. Reynolds York and the
several other officers, The meeting
closes with a social session and ban
quet this evening.
Drink
rji jtJLvvJ"-jui..
REAM.
It is Fine
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
Riker
wammie
The Buddaisk Prophet
and Healer
The Diviner and Huddnlst Priest, will give free of charge the
doctrine, a small book which explains the pmiosophy of coining
under the laws of protection, which gives man freedom from imverty,
sickness nnd accident. It also explains tho philosophy of how to
become a prophet and healer. Understand yourself and be nmster
of yourself.
These assertions nnd affirmations are Infnllble nnd lie will ho
pleased to explain this philosophy to all callers.
Fifteen years of devotion to Ibis philosophy and a graduate In
the science of palmistry, physiognomy and phrenology.
His years of developing tho psychic power enables him to toll
yon anything you want to know, describes anyone you nro Interest
ed In, und tells exactly where your aches nnd pains are without
asking n question. Ills wonderful healing power enn be felt the In
stant he lays his hand on you. He will give one free treatment.
Those Interested should call early ns ho will positively leuvo
Pendleton Thursday.
Parlors at Penland Bros.
Main Street.
Over Tallman's Drug Store
DREDGER IS LAUNCHED.
River Boat "Wallowa"
the Waters of Snake.
irpets Cleaned
by Steam
(..arranged to open a steam carpet cleaning shop
tore wo will be prepared to clean carpets of all
kho most improved manner. All work guaranteed.
II dirt 1b removed and carpets are restored to their
wcy. We want a trial order from you. All work call
Ulvered. Prices reasonable.
In
'ilkinson & Edminstefl
Ml. ' 311 Court Street.
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THE PLUMBER
ottonwood street, between Water and Court. He U
ever before, to do high-class plumbing at reasoaa
clwrfully given. If you have work to do la his
rou so elsewhere.
the Reliable Pfomfee
Government
Slips Into
The new government dredge, Wnl-
lowa, was launched at RIparia Satur
day. Tho boat has been under con
struction for several weeks and is now
completed witli the exception of the
Installation of the machinery, says
the Lcwiston Tribune,
The building of the craft lias been
superintended by Capt. Harry Uaugh
man, who will have charge of the
dredge while in service. The machiy
ery Is now at RIparia and workmen
have been engaged In Installing tho
same for the past several days, It is
expected that the boat will be com
pleted the latter part of September
at d will be placed In commission In
Improving the channel of the upper
river.
i lie commission nas not yet an
nouueed the amount of funds avalla
ble for the Improvement work this
year, but It is understood that a suf-
ficlent fund exlats with which to
make material Improvements to tho
upper river channel.
One Hundred Dollars Reward.
The Leading
Tailors
Of the city, SIEBERT &
Schultz, have removed to 222
Court street, opposite the Hotel
Bickers. When you want a
well made suit at reasonable
prices, call on them.
Modern Woodmen at St. Louis.
St. Louis, Sept. 3. One of the big'
gest fraternal gatherings of the sum
mer is the national encampment of
the Modern Woodmen Foresters, the
uniformed rank of the Modern Wood'
mon of America, which opened at the
World's Fair today. Hundreds of
members of the order are In attend
aucc from Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska,
Minnesota, Mlc.gan, Missouri, Wis
consln, iCansas, Indiana and other
states. One of the chief features of
the encampment will bo the compel
Hive drills. Five thousand dollars In
prizes will bo distributed among the
winning teams.
There la more Catarrh In thtm xwtlnn r
me country than an other iIIimim nut
together, and until the last few yaara waa
supposed to be Incurable. For a trait
many j ears aociors pronounced It a 'ocal
disease and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly falling- to cure wltb local
treatment, nrononnced It Incurable. Krl
enee bas proven catarrh to be a conttltu
tlonal dlaeaaa and therefor ruin1ra mh.
tttutlonal treatment. ilall'a Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
v-o., xoieao, unio, tne only constitution
al core on the market. It Is taken Inter
nally In doses from 10 drops to a tea-
DOOnful. Jt acta dlratlv on the hlnnrf
and mucous surfaces ot the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case it
' cure, ocnu tor circular! ana tes
timonials. Address :
R J. CHEN BY CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by DruKlst, price 76c,
.Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Attention Sheepmen.
Range to lease nnd can locate
some good range and water. Address
Bread
That pleases the taste.
That Is wholesome.
That Is sanitary.
That Is full weight.
That Is always good.
That Is always fresh.
That Is the BEST.
THE MODEL
BAKERY
New and Sanitary.
New Martin Building, Webb
Street. 'Phone 2991 Main.
Ask
your grocer
Bread.
for Model
Expert Collectors
We have locatcC a branch office In
Pendleton, and will make collecting
defunct bills a specialty. No account
too old for us to handle.
our pian is: "No collections, no
charges. Suits instituted, Judgments
advertised.
The Van Alstlne-Gordon & Co., Mer
cantile Agency, H. V. Lipo
Co., Mrga.
119 E Court 8L 'Phone Main 311.
J. b. VAUGHN
Electrician
rrompt attention given and all
work executed properly.
Isstrlsal Suppllsj of all kinds
0FFIC-1ZI WBST COURT 8T.
(Trlbuns Building)
Dally Eaat Oregontan
One hundred dollars Is a pretty good rownrd for llvo minutes work,
yet that Is what J. E Strode, of WiiltBlnirg, Wash., got from tho East
Oregoninn in our last subscription contest. Ho received with tho compli
ments of the East Oregontan, without a cent of expenso to htmsolf, a $100
rubber-tired buggy. Wo propose to conduct another subscription contest
on the following basis:
From now until November 4 th wo will tuko now subscript Ions sent In
by our subscribers and to the one who guossos nearest to tho vote rocolved
by the winning presidential candidate in this state, wo will glvn ouo-hnlf of
ull tho money received from this contest.
For example, if you mink President Itoosovelt will r.cccivo tho major
ity of votes in tho coming eluctlou, till out tho coupon, "Iloosovolt's total
vote in Oregon will bo ( ),"niid put in your estimate.
If our subscribers co-operate with us as they hav.o in previous contests
and as wo expect they will in this, we will tnko In sovcral hundrod dollars
and jiosslbly much more, one-half of which will go to tho person who
guesses nearest to the vote In Oregon for tho winning presidential condl
date.
There Is only one requirement and this Is Important. ALL NAME8
SENT IN MUST BE THOSE OF NtW SUBSCRIBERS. Itenewals of sub
scription will not be counted in this contest. Subscribers can participate
in this way: Rot some neighbor to take tho Weekly East Oregontan for
four months for CO cents. Send in a money order for tho 50 cents; or In
lc und 2c stamps or silver, nccompanled by your guess on the presidential
vote. If you do not want to ask some neighbor to subscribe, send In CO
cents and the name of somo friend in the Uast who is Interested In the
western country. Let him read the Weokly East Oregonlan and It will
give him more news about the resources of tho Inlaud 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. It you get four of your frlonds to take It
four months each, you will be entitled to four guess.es, or If you got one
new subscription for a year for tho Weekly for $1.60 on are entitled to
threo guessed. Some one of our subscribers will get one half of all
money taken in on this contest. It may be only $50, or It may be several
hundred dollars, but whatever tho sum the ono who guesses nearest to the
presidential vote In Oregon for tho winning candidate, will get one-half of
the money.
Remember the guess is on the vote cast in Oregon for the successful
presidential candidate.
Only neW subscriptions count.
A subscription for 50 cents gWes you one guess.
You can send in as many subscribers as you wish and for each 50
cents you got one gu .ss.
This contest closes November fourth, so be sure to fcend in your
guess before that time.
Tho total vote in June, 1904, was I2,G0E; for republican candidate for
supremo Judge, 62.94G; for democratic, 28,729; socialist, 6419, and prohi
bition, 6614.
My estimate on
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vote In Oregon for President
Name
Poetoffice address
Pill In the first blank apace th name of tne candidate you think
will win. Fill In the second blank space with your estimate of the
number of votes bfi will get in Oregon. Enclose with CO cents and
mall to the Eaat Oregonlan Publishing Co., Pendleton, Oregon.
Send paper to
Address
ELATER1TE IS MINERAL RUBBER
We properly temper It for each particular climate. Then, upon a
jute canvass we build up a Are, water and acid proof roofing material, wit
grouna mica sunace ana a wool xeu paper ary snoot or oacuag.
WE'LL lay the goods, or you can. If you have to ust- a roof. v
tell you eome mighty lntereatlnj: thines. They will nreveat vonr nockai
dook irom snnvejing up. write us.