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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1904)
DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1904.
NEW 0 SYSTEM
INSPECTING ENGINEER MIL
LER LOOKS OVER CHANGES.
New Express System Cannot Be Put
Into Operation Until Power Plant
Is Completed, As Electric Power
Cannot Be Supplied Now to Charge
Additional Batteries New Switch
board Being Built In San Francisco
Will Require Two Horse Power to
Operate and Light the New Board.
Inspecting Engineer Elam Miller, of
the Pacific States Telephone Com
pany, with headquarters in San Fran
cisco, was in the city yesterday In
specting the telephone system here
ami giving final directions concerning
the changes that are helng made now.
The Installation of the now express
system of 'phones here depends alto
gether on .the completion of the now
electric light plant, as It is absolutely
necessary to have more power with i
which to charge the larger batteries
of the now system before it can be
put in operation.
.Mechanics are now working on the
new switchboard for the Pendleton of
fice, to be used In the express system,
nnd It will be ready for use In a short
tlmo. It Is a large and very compli
cated affair, and its operation will
require the services of an extra man
in the Pendleton central offices.
Mr. .Miller Is well pleased with the
outlook of Pendleton and vicinity and I
said his company will furnish this
city one of the best telephone system
in tho United States, as soon as the
electric power is available for charg
ing the batteries. It will require
about two horse power to operate and
light the switchboard. It will be one
of the finest boards over turned out
of the mechanical department of the
Pacific States company.
.Mr. .Miller Iett this morning for
lowiston. where the Pacific States
people aro also making extensive
changes and improvements.
We Shall Buy a Million
Bottles of Liquozonc and Give Them to the Sick.
Wehave purchased for $100,000 the
Jimcncati rigms 10 luiuuzuuc. ire
thus control the only way to kill
germs in the body and end a germ dis
ease. Wc want the sick to know this
product, and at once. So we make
this remarkable offer. Wc will buy a
million 50c bottles and give them to
a million sick ones. Will you if you
need it let us buy one for you?
We publish this offer in every great
solely from gas, made in large part
from the best oxygen producers. Dy
a process requiring immense apparatus
and 14 days time, these gases arc
made part of the liquid product.
The result is a product that does
what oxygen does. Oxygen gas, as
you know, is the very source of vital
ity. Licjuozone is a vitalizing tonic
with which no other known product
can compare. But germs arc vegct
ab es: and Limiozoue like an excess
of oxygen is deadly to vegetal mat
ter. Yet this wonderful product which
newspaper in America. The cost of ho germ can resist, is, to the human
the offer, we expect, will reach $500,-' dy' tlle most cssentlal dement of
non. wp n.iv mat nnce uecansc it
seems the only way to quickly let the
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Keren (lull Btonei
sick know what Linuozone docs,
The greatest value of Liquozonc lies
in the fact that it kills germs in the
body without killing the tissues, too.
And no man knows another way to do
it. Any drujj that kills germs is a
poison, and it cannot be taken in
ternally. Every physician knows that
medicine is almost helpless in any
Liquozonc does in germ .troubles i cnds the djscasC aiu forever.
wnat an imc drugs, an uic skiu 111 111c
world, cannot do without it. It cures
diseases which medicine never cures.
Acts LiKe Oxygen,
Liquozonc is the result of a process
which men have spent over 20 years in
perfecting. Its virtues are derived
These are thc known germ diseases.
All that medicine can do for these
troubles is to help Nature overcome
the germs, 'and such results arc indi
rect and uncertain. Liquozonc kills
the germs, wherever thev arc, and the
! results are inevitable. By destroying
1 the cause of the trouble, it invariably
A bfceess Anemia
llnr Vnypr tnflnimia
Many Lleart Troublos
All diseases that betln nlth fSTfr all Inflamma
tion all catarrh all contagious diseases all the
results of Impuro or poisonous blood. , .
In noryous debility Mquoiono acts as a vltautftf,
accomplishing what no drugs can do.
50c. Bottle Free.
If you need Liquozonc, and have
never tried it, please scud us this
coupon. We will then mail you an or
der on your local druggist for a full
size bottle, and we will nay your drug
gist ourselves for it. This is our free
gift, made to convince you; to show
you what Liquozonc is, and what it
can do. In justice to yourself, please
accept it to-day, for it places you un
der no obligation whatever.
Liquozonc costs 50c. and $1.
.CUT OUT THIS COUPON
tor this offer may not appear again. Fill out
the blanks ami mail il to the Liquid Ozone Co.,
45S-400 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
My disease Is
I have never tried Llmiorone, hut If you will
supply me a Wc. bottle free I will take it.
1 3 4
O 12 Give full address write plainly.
Any Dhrsldan or hosnital not yet uslntr Llouasons
will bonladly supplied fora test.
ALL EYES ON VERMONT.
Election in That State Regarded as
Burlington, Vt., Sept. 5. The eyes
of the nation are on Vermont. The
result of tomorrow's election In this
state will be significant. It Is the
straw that will tell which way the
political wind is blowing. If the re
publican majority should be light,
the democrats of the country will
consider it an omen of good, while, on
the other hand, should the mnlorltv
be heavy, tho country will take it as
cans have less than 30,000 votes to laboratories will be established at lngton Park, where they delivered ud
spare tomorrow, the result- of the Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore. Now j dresses before an Immense crowd,
coming national election will remain Orleans anil other Important ports of' '
in uuuui unlit ituvuiiiuur. l entry.
The republican candidate fir- gov-
enior Is C. J. Bell, of Walden. .Mi. For Shorthand Championship
Uell is a farmer and is being support- St. Louis, Sept. C.-Shorthand writ- ",, , , h" : ",K ,
ed by the State Grange. The demo- ers everywhere will be Interested in a I ftti a n m u,r "'"H"" ' ..,,'Bnn,w'
cratic. candidate Is Eli .M. Porte-, of contest begun here today for tho trml V " ?tH "r .rw,t Url WGrcl
Wilmington. world's shorthand speed record. The 1 1'8,0"1 atr ' ! T" "f " "l0 """I""
mnfr,,n,a r Tiw, t -.session of the British Trade Union
To bar impure Forms p.rQ .. un. ...1... ,.,.i. Congress. W. D Ryan and U
I British Trades Union Congress.
London, Sept. !. At Leeds today
ueiegates representing nearly one
who holds the
world's record of ''art words n mlniiti;.
Ports of Entry Will Be Equipped With j and Lester Hnggen. or London, the
Laboratories ' Ellrol'en'i champion, whose record is
, sal1' ' he 210 words a minute. The
iew ork, Sept. C The first of a contest was .nmntPii in- thn Vnrinnni
number of port laboratories projected Shorthand Association and the win
by the department of agriculture to nor will receive .1 substantial purse
prevent impure food, the product of in addition to the championship title
foreign countries, entering the United
States, was opened today in the Ap- in Honor of Irish Leaders. .
pralsers' Stores building in this city. 1 Philadelnliin Spill Ti A ilntilnn.
The laboratory Is thoroughly opuipped 1 stratlon In honor of John E. Redmond.
aim win uo useu to maie analyses of ' the Irish leader, and his associate
the various food products arriving at , envoys of the Irish narllamontnrv
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11. it. (jun. mis win uuviaic me lie- party, was the chief featnr.
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"weep the Tnnd tay f ueSlinS Sam,"es hy th ec' Day celebration In Phliadelpiila
., ' nL . n , , , retary of agriculture from the secre- lodav. There was a lar-e narade -if
jnTmolnTvr,01 tlf-;itreasra"" trans- tho Ancient Order r HlberC' and i
mom will be sri .ten thn vJiZr'T 'l f hf """"" ' WasI,,,1K- ,hl' 8cve col'c" or the United !
in Jin win ue a sure sign that Pni.er : ton for analys s Irish Leauue Aftnr tlu inr-ni,. thn ,
will meet defeat. Should the repuTill-1 ,f the plan proves a success s.m.la. Irish eny '
Drlscoll. the fraternal delegates rop
1 resenting the American federation of
Minor, were given n hearty reception.
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tni'titl limits si.'Jtiii('. ..XPl O
swi'etcnmg, ll.ivtinnfHfi Ja-J&cswf'ft
unit cumnug wuen Vm '
nrodiici s better results in two minutes? , a
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met iiuuK 111 iuc imcii.w, niinpiy anil not ,
w.tturandw.'tticool. It'spcrfection. Afctti- '
priMitothe hou-ewife. No tnmlilo, less ex. 1 J
peuse. Try it to-d.iy. In Pour Fruit Fli !
von: Lemon, Onmye, Strawberry, Hasp.
uerrv. At, gnxrers. 1UC.
The Most Wonderful Palmist and Clairvoyant
IN THE WEST HAS ARRIVED IN PENDLETON.
SHE TELLS YOU WHAT YOU OUGHT TO KNOW. GOOD OR
YOU HAVE THE TRUTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH.
SHE GIVES DATE OF YOUR BIRTH, ETC. SHE TELLS
WHEN AND WHOM TO MARRY. IN ADVICE ON BUSINESS
SHE HAS NO EQUAL.
ALL READINGS CONFIDENTIAL. PRIVATE PARLORS; NO
CHANCE OF MEETING STRANGERS.
HER DESCRIPTIONS OF YOUR FRIENDS AND ENEMIES
ARE AS REAL AS IF THEY STOOD BEFOrE YOU.
PRIVATE LESSONS IN PALMISTRY.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
218 East Alta Street,
Second Door from Wheeler's Gallery
PRICES REASONABLE. HOURS: 9:30 .. M. TO 8:30 P. M.
"NOT GOOD, NOT HERE"
W ETTrE 'MJr' N V E N TO R yE COMME N C BUG O C-ro h p E R Y BUS,NE8S ,N PENDLET0N' AND WE PR0P0S CELEBRATE OUR ANNIVERSARY BY A GREAT P RE-INVENTORY SALE.
INVENTORY INVEN ORY COMMENCING OCTOBER FIRST, AND WE PROPOSE TO MAKE SEPTEMBER A MONTH OF BARGAINS IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK BEFORE TAKING
PR,CWEr -URTH, WE W.LL CUT THE
J00 pound sack of best cane sugar 56,30
1C pounds best cane sugar 51,00
Flour, best grade, per lib) .53,75
Flour, best grade, per sack .7.7.. .95c
Beans, pink or small white, 25 pounds for 7.7.7. Vl .00
Coffee, Arhuckle or Lion, 8 pounds for .'7 .51.00
Standard corn and tomatoes, per can 10c
Standard corn and tomatoes, per case ...$2 25
.Dairy Salt, 50 pounds for .188.8.131.52.7" 50c
Postum coffee, regular L'3e package 20c
Malta Vita breakfast food, 2 packages -. 2Sc
Force breakfast food, 2 packages ,25c
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, 2 packages '.',25c
0 bars laundry soap ; !!!.!.!!.'2Sc
20-bar box laundry soap 0e
Hegular 23c Oold Dust
Bcgular 25c Pyramid washing powder 16'2-3c
Begular 30c size Jlonopole, Diamond W. and Preferred Stock
canned fruits for 22c per can.
Regular 20c size for 14c.
All 25c grades of fruit 16 2-3c per can.
Regular 20c Preferred Stock and Diamond W. torantoes,
15c per can. '
Regular 15c salmon, per can, 10c.
Regular 15c Oregon Orapo Cream, 10c.
Regular 35c Diamond W. pineapples, per can, 30c.
Regular 35c Diamond W, salmon, for 25c.
Regular 20c clams, per can, 15c.
REMEMBER CUT PRICES PREVAIL ON EVERYTHING
IN THE STORE.
BUY YOUR GROCERIES NOW AND 8 AVE MONEY.
NO GOODS CHARGED AT ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES.
F. S. YOUNGER SON
TELEPHONE MAIN 281