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DAILY EAST OUEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OKEGON, Tt'USHAY. OCrOUKH 1,
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Published every afternoon (except Sunday)
at rendteton, Oregon, by the
EAST OUEGONIAN PUBLISHING
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Member Scrlppo-Mcltae News Association.
The East Oregonlan is on sate at H. I(.
Rich' News Stands at Hotel l'ortland and
Hotel Perkins, l'ortland, Oregon.
being but rarely Indulged In. "Water
Is Imbibed In what we should consid
er prodigious quantities to nn Eng
llshmnn, Indeed, the drinking of so
much water would be regarded ns
madness. The nvernge Japanese In-
dividual swallows about a gallon '
dally In divided doses. The Japan
ese recognize the beneficial effect of ,
flushing the system through the me-
Hum of the kidneys, and they also '
cleanse the exterior of their bodies
to mi extent undreamed of In Europe
or America. Another and perhaps 1
this Is the usage on which the Japan-
ese lay the greatest stress Is that
deep, habitual, forcible Inhalation of
fresh ulr is nn essential for the ac
quisition of strength, and this method ,
Is sedulously practiced until It be
comes part of their nature.
San Francisco Uureau. 408 Fourth St.
Chicago IUireau, 009 Security lliilldins.
Washington. D. a, Uureau, 001 Hth St.,
Telephone Main 11.
Entered at Pendleton postofflce as second
So here, sweet friend I go my
Alone, as 1 have lived, alone;
A little way, a brief half day
And then the restful, white
1 know not surely where or
But surely know we meet again.
As surely know we love anew
In grander life, the good and
Shall breath together there as
Some clearer, sweeter atmos-
Shall walk, high, wider ways
Our petty selves and learn to
Stan up and up In thought and
It cost the people of the United j
States, on nn average $34.71 per head
for food In 1S97. This year It costs .
S52.5S an Increase of over 51 peri
cent. In other words, It takes J 1.51
, to buy ns much food as a dollnr would
buy seven years ago. A man earn
' Ing n dollar a day was better off
then, ns far as that part of his living I
expenses went, than one earning J1.50 '
m j a day Is now. And nccordlng to Com- '
. I mlssloner Wright, of the department
of Labor, food absorbs over 41 per
cent of the total expenditures of the
j average family. The Increase of
$17.87 per head in the cost of this
Item represents nn tncrense of SS9.36 '
In the expenditure of the ordinary ,
l family of five. Adding US.OS for the
m j enhanced cost of clothes, we find that
. a workman's wages have to stretch
$107.44 further now on two neces
sary items or expense than they did
m i 4
ed to any extent In the
HOltSKS HAVE TOOTHACHE.
i Horses have suffered untold agonies
r from toothache, because their mas-
ters did not know that the horse was
as surely susceptible to toothache as,
I human beings. The teeth of the
I horse must do much hard labor, as
nliey are means by which he grinds
The Xew England constitution is up hard grain and still harder hay.
not less tenacious than the Xew
To cleanse the
y ) and Gently ;
There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Always buy the genuine -
Dispels colds and
bilious or con
stipated; For men, women
Acts best on
Manufactured by the
LET US STJPPr.v .
I III i I I 1
Dimension lumber of
iUOUIUlng. Bui dlnp ... .. -
IlIUXG YOUR nm,
Opposite W. ft C. It. Djp
S&rv francisco, CaJ.
The genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale by all first-class druggists. The
full name of the company California Fig Syrup Co. is always
printed on the front of every package. Price Fifty Cents per bottle.
I r n Inn C
io a iuj rurever
we have rr.
Til nlln wlili-lnte r.iH n
(Usplnycil the most elegant
city, In pure wlilte, mart
wliltc and Florentine effects.
Ttin luiniih. ..V I. It .
prices nro right and nlthjj
reach of all, ranging from jj,
An omumout to any home.
Brock & McComas
SUXATOIt IIOAIl'S VITAWTV.
Til- ivceni floods oti the Hi"
In the human being, defective teeth Oraude havf rliaiiged th ehannei i'
lflll ,.. ...... . t 1 . . .. .1... ...... .... ........ T ...... 111.. IV. ......
Kngland conscience ; "u. uui me ne.un nh '"iiii:.
! horse is compelled to eat hard food destroying Irrigating ditches and
This Inherited ability Is an un- even when his teeth are In a tender : canals and rendering useless the
certain factor In the general sequence ! stute. Defective teeth in the horse ""harfs at Several important river
of things, but Inherited vitality eancaus imperfect mastication, and this towns.
hardly be questioned. wuih, in inuigesuon. colic, scours.
. . . , constipation and other disturbances
Senator Hoar's survival for days ; of le aigestlve sj-stem.
after he had given up the struggle for j tins veterinarian says that horses
life Is a case In point, which exhibits , sometimes endure toothache for
months before their owners find out
that they have any trouble at all with
their teeth. This Is because a defer
tlve tooth Is not so easily discovered
as Is a defect in the legs of the ani
mals. New York "Farmer."
Correct Clothes for Men
the physical tenacity that results from
simple, regular, temperate and virtu
ous habits of life extending over
"The simple life," that Pastor
Wagner preaches has been an estab
lished fact In New Kngland for more
than two centuries. While only the
fittest may have survived the rigors
of the climate and the absence of
wliat is commonly cnlled "comforts,"
their descendants have inherited
bodies in which all the vital organs
.are strong, healthy and harmonious.
It Is this Inheritance which enabled
Senator Hoar to resist death through
the long weeks In which dissolution
Jias been inevitable.
The simple life accumulates tre
mendous powers of resistance to dis
ease and decay a truth that Is too
commonly disregarded In a strenuous
catti.k cnrrri.vr; high.
Choice cuttle reached $fi.."r. yester
duy. which Is the highest prlre slm-e
ISN'T this the best
plan to buy
the best clothes
at the best store
in town? Here
you get full
value for your
copjrtetit t9aj.A.D.aoo. money; not
July ;s, when je.fis wn. paid. The nothing for something or some-
unwnrd trend of the nuirM ifurtnir ... r ...
the past two weeks has been a relief
and a satisfaction to the feeder who
hnd big heavy cattle on their hands
which did not look us If they were
going to pay out. High-priced feed
and low-priced cattle do not go to
gether very well, but the choices'
stt-ers are now reaching a point where
owners begin to take a little encour
agement. Present prices Indicate
that those who feed to a finish, arw
better off than those who have only
warmed up their steers. Buyers are
paying the high prices rather reluc
tantly, but name of the well posted
ones say they will have to continue
thing for nothing.
Jpd genjamln s(g
, i to do .o until after the first of the
As an evidence that the proposed . comlll(r year Cnrcago- Livestock
lrlgatlon law published in the Dally 1 World.
East Oregonlan of last Saturday, and
In the Semi-Weekly of today, is to
The Deadly Trail
Of dineft l nftm the- trait marked b
",c 1 a woman s ((own. A recent investlga
tion showed a horde of microbes, includ- vienrnl. filam
ing those of influenza, consumption and ,
a dozen other varieties, ratbcreU in the j Chicken Droth.
trail of a woman's dress.
If a man never told a He he'd have
t iln n 1 n f iiv rtfhtln At mwwY iImI
be thoroughly studied, it might be eslJ( taHn'
quests for copies of the papers con-
taining the law, have been received at j
this office. This Is certain evidence 1
that the practical irlgatora of
country are going to have something
to say in the formation of the com
ing Irrigation law for Oregon. The
Irrigation commission invited discus
sion. The Kast Oregonlan Invited Its
readers and patrons to make sugges
tions for Improvements in the law,
discuss its weak points and show up
Its deficiencies, for Oregon Is surely
going to pass some kind of an irriga
tion law this winter. If It is not per
fect. If It does not meet the needs of
the Irrigated districts, and provide for i
a wise and Just "distribution of the
wuters of Oregon, the practical Irrl
gators of the state will be to blame.
for they are now Invited to give sug
gestions for such a law. The Weekly i
end Seml-Weeklj editions of this pa-
per will contain tne law in iuii tnu
week, and the farmers and Irrigators
of Umatilla county are urged to read
and study its provisions and make
marks the world's standardiready-for-service
apparel. We cansel!
you none better, because, it is
physically impossible to make
Eotul to fine cuitom-midt in all hot
price Tht rruktn' guirantxc ud
ours, with every girmtnL We.ua
Exclusive Distributors in this city,-
The Peoples Warehouse
The Leading Clothier
l lit. iuiviuuc GicirniRit, uui M ,
prey are the wreak auil feeble people '
i- . . i - , : . i .
wuusc uiuuu u puur luiu uigmiiiii
"weak." Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discov-1 candles. Hot Drinks Cigars
ery cures diseases of the .., .
stomach and other organs Frults ln ,eaaon-
of digestion and nutation ! 209 Court Street.
and purifies the blood II. J, WIliKIXSON, Prop.
body by increased I
nutrition to resist I
or throw of! disease.
The Japanese are among the very
strangest people on earth. They are
strong mentally and physically, and
yet practically they eat no meat at
all. The diet which enables them to
develop such hardy frames and such
.well-balanced and keen brains con
suits almost wholly of rice, steamed
ior boiled, while the better-to-do add
'to this Spartan fare fish, eggs, vege
tables and fruit. For beverages they
use weak ta, without sugar or milk,
and pure water, alcoholic stimulants
plf c?pt my
thank for the rood
Ir. Pierce1 Ooliltn
has done (or rut
wnle Mrs. N Cbet
ahega Co.. Ohio. "1 was
troubled for over a jrcat
with what the doctor pro
nounced indigestion. I
had aerrous headache, an
unpleasant taste in my
mouth in the morning,
and my blood was very
poor I tried different
medicine but to no avail,
aly parents insisted on my
taking Dr Pierce- Golden
Medical Dlscuverc I did
so; am now on tne fourth
bottle, and feel stronger
than I hare for ten years.
I cannot speak too highly
in lla favor."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets are easy
and pleasant to
take. A most
do not be
in Real Estate
There Is no Investment that
offers as good security and In
creases ln value as rapidly as
real etate. If you would be
rich, put your money In proper
ty in this growing city and sec
tion. Wo have choice real estate of
all descriptions In all dssirable
localities, both city and farm
property, and ranches.
Consult us if you have prop
erty to sell; list It with us. If
you wish to buy 'property, see
Unexcelled faclltles for hand
ling real estate.
; W. E. Davidson & Co.
(Suceeeuor to E. D. Boyd.)
Insurance, Ileal Eatato, and
i Mortgage Doans. 110 Court St.
Shoes Going at the Lowest
Prices Ever Known in the
History of Pendleton
The- Grent Dl-vjliithm Sale Is on and goods ure moving rapid
820,000 Stock to lie closed nut nt tho onrliest possible date.
Tills Is n gcuuliio closing out Mile of th& entire stock, as the
firm of niudiiiger, Wilson & Co. has by mittuuL ugreement decided
Don't hesitate but come to our store and- -f6r yourself. See
the shoes nnd get our prices. The: goods have-got to move and low
prices- iirc moving thorn.
Dmdinger, Wilson Co.
(0041 Shoes ClicaiMsr Tluut Eer.
aw mi aB a mm
M. Helen's ria
A GIltLS SCHOOL OF THE HI
EST CLASS corps of teachers, I
I tion, building, equipment the b
I Send for catalogue.
Opens September 15, 1904.
B. F. BECK
807 Cottonwood Street
AStandard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship
Hand MadeXlear Havana.' FLVNN &C(LHakersr
Heating and Cook Stoves
and Steel Ranges
IiET TJ8 SUPPLY SOU WITH A NEW STOVE AT OUK MONEY
saveu's rmcES. we maiie eveky stove in oun stoke a
SEE US DEFOItE YOU BUY A STOVE.
2X0 Court Street
Per not 85.(10; gold ctomm,
S 1.00; silver lilting, SOe; ei
W'a o .... H,...i 1 , ..l.K- (HlulDMi
with all modern methods sn4
nppliances, and guarantee ou
uorli to be of the highest stand
ard, and our prices the lowest
consistent with flret-clas wort
Telephone Slnln 1061.
We make a specialty of bul,4UI
round or square
Also header beds, all !"s wl
kinds. We make them right and ttJ
always give satisfaction. Our wrt
Is never slighted or botched.
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
KOUEIIT FOKSTEIt, Propria
Corner Webb nnd CoUego-
Best 25 Cent Meal in tJe 0tT'
Private Dining Parlor
Elegant Furnished KoooU W
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prep-
MS Main Street.