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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLHTO. OKlCtJON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER it, 1807. PAGE SEVEN. 1 REACHED EVES Disease Spread Over Whole Body Face Was In Awful Condition Itched So that Baby Could Not bleep uoctors and Home Rem edies Failed Mother in Despair. CURED IN THREE WEEKS BY CUTICURA REMEDIES "I take great pleasure In dropping YOU line to tell you what a Godsend uuticura Kerne dim were for my baby. lie wn suffering from inat terrible tor- ture, eczema. It waa all over hi body In patches, but the worst was on his face and bead. His faoe i was awfully bad; me eczema ex- lower eyelids and I was just about sick for fear It would gt Into his eyes before i vn nawppoa. ue cried and scratched all the time and could not sleep night or day from scratching. I took him to the bent doctors, and one of them said that be would keep the disease till he got all of his tenth; but if I had de pended on the doctors, I guess my boy .would hare been laid at rest by this time. My friends told me to try many kinds of remedies, and I pestered the child to death with all the different things, but could see no Improvement. Finally I got discouraged, and was just about to give up all hope of his ever getting cured, whon I read about the wonderful Cuttcura Remedies, which came lust in time to save my baby from the terrible torture. I used Cutt cura soap and Cuticura Ointment, and gave him Cutlcura Resolvent, and I saw an improvement in three davn. and in three weeks his skin was as clear as it could be. That was six or seven months ago, and I have not seen any return or the disease since. I should have written long ago, but I waited to see if it would return. I shall recommend the use of Cuticura from one end of the world to the other. Mrs. Maggie 8mith, 314 W. Crosier St.. -Akron, 0., July 24 and Aug. 11, 1900.'' Oomplrt Eiuraal and Internal Tmtmrnt for F.wrr Humor of Infanu. Hilldrra, and Adu'u rotj. uu ol Cuilnirt HMD (tbo.t to OanM U Bklo, 1itfrura Ointment (50c to llrtl the Pkln. and futlrur Riailreat (SOc ),(or In the form of rbornlaM (imin run. aw. pn vbtl of to Purify tlit Hliwd. Sold throughout to world. Potter Lrus 4 Cbrm. vjrp., now rmp., poexoo. nut. UT Mailed Free, Culk-ura book 00 Bkta Dlarajwa. SlIQTJLlNE Union Pacific atXO Through Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleeper dally to Omaha and Chicago; tourist sleeper dally to Kan sas City; through Pullman tourist sleeping care (personally conducted) weekly to Chicago; inclining chair cars (seats free) to the east dally. SCHEDULE FROM PENDLETON. EASTBOUND. No. 8 arrives from from Portland 4:10 p. m. No. I. Chicago special, arrives 4:41 p. m.; departs 4:40 p. m. No. 6. Mall Express, arrives 4:1 a. m.; departs 4:00 a. m. WESTBOUND. No. 1, Portland 6 pedal, arrives 11:40 a. m.; departs 11:40 a. m. No. 5, stall at Express, arrives 11:11 a. m departs 12:15 a. m. No. 7 departs for Portland a, m. SPOKANE DIVISION. No. 7, Pendleton passenger, arrives 4:25 p. m.; connects with No. t. No. 8, Spokane passenger, departs 11:45 a. m.; connects with No, 1. WALLA WALLA BLANCH. No. 41 arrives 2:10. No. 42 departs 4:60 p. m.; connects with No. 2. SNAKE RIVER. Rlparla to Lewlaton Leave Riparta dally except Saturday, 1:40 a. n. Leave Lewlaton dally except Friday 7 a. m. F. J. QUINLAN, Agent, Pendleton. WM. M'MURRAT, O. P. A Portland. Or. PENDLETON-IUIAH STAGF Dally trips between Pendleton and Uklah, except Sunday. Stag leaves Pendleton at 7 a. m arrives at Uklah at 8 p. m. Return stage leaves Uklah at 8 p. m., arrives at Pendleton at I p. ra. ' Pendleton to Uklah, II.W; round trip, 26.00. Pendleton to Alba, 82.76; round trip. 35.00; Pendleton to Ridge, 82.00; round trip 32.60. Pendleton to Nye, 31.60; round trip, 38.60. Pendle ton to Pilot Rock. 31.00; ronndtrlp, 31.60. - Columbia Bar and Rooming House F. X. Schempp Estate Fine Wines, Liquors, and Cigars. Newly fnmtahed and np-to-data. Rooming IIoum In Connection. MAIN STREET. is Club Saloon T. W. MTJRRELL, Proprietor. Cor. Court and Cottonwood, PENDLETON OREGON. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE .' '' INLAND EMPIRE Sheep Stampeded, 163 Killed. Frightened by unknown reason, 1000 head of sheep belonging to the Walla Walla Meat & Cold Storage company stampeded down a narrow lane leading from the corral on the Holbroolc farm to the creek, Satur day night, 183 sheep being killed In the mad rush. At the time the rush occurred, between 7 and 8 o'clock the shepherd In charge had come to town for his supper; and is unable t6 ascribe any cause for the flight. Owing to short pasturage, the band of sheep, numbering more than 1 000 head was be'ng driven from -the old Stuart ranch on Dry creek where they had been herded during 'the summer, and which is now .owned by the Walla Walla Meat & Produce company, to the company's stock yards at the packing plant to be fed for butcher purposes. At the end of the day's travel the sheep were herded in the corral at tho Holbrook place to remain -during the night, the herder coming to town to- get his supper. Leading from tnis corral to the creek is a narrow lane, used for watering the stock. It was down this lane that the entire herd rushed during the absence of the shepherd, 103 sheep being smoth ered to death in the crush which ensued.--Walla Walla Union. Shipping Apples East. 3. D. McKennon shipped a car of apples from Durkee yesterday to rittsburg, Kansas, and also shipped another car from La Grande to Jop- tin, Missouri. The apples shipped from La Grande were secured from Ihe Hall-Damon company, says the Star. On account of the difficulty In se curing refrigerator cars the ship ments are made In the ordinary box car and a liberal supply of sawdust Is placed In the car to protect their contents against freezing weather. The shipment of apples to Missouri seems to be a little on the plan of "carrying coals to Newcastle," but this is one of the seasons when the Mlssourlans are glad to get apples from any source and especially those that are grown in the famous Grande Rondc. Turning Attention to Dairying. Nine of the herd of high grade Jer sey he'fers brought Into the valley by A. E. Culley of the Wallowa Valle) Cream company, were sold In En HOTEL ARRIVALS. Hotel St. George. Edward Culp, Wm. Reddlg. Portland; Thos. H. Douglas, Echo; Louis C. Proebstel Weston; C. D. Donneli, Portland; W. S. Tusan, Chicago; J. Nelson, Cove; L. T. Keady. J. T. Lacey, Sam Lee, Portland; Edwin Masterson, Walla Walla; W. H. R. Buchanan, Chicago; G. D. O'Connor, Walla Walla; J. O. CalHson, Myrlck: J. M. Hellig. Port land; C. W. Reld, Spokane; C. W. Isaacs, Portland; C. S. Smith, Walla Walla: Harry L. Berkeley, Port land: C. D. Farrell... Spokane W. Everly, Spokane, Wash.; E. R. Fas dlck, Spokane; E. H. Miller, New York; W. H. Waters. New York; H S. Hill and wife, Starkey; A. Jane son and wife, Chicago; Cornells Mat win. Salem; Abble Hall, Pomeroy, Wash.; M. K Rice, Lamlny, Mich; Ben Mitchell, Portland; Jay W. Wat- son. Portland : w. h. nnoae, rori- land; F. M. Collins, Seattle; Peter Van Datta, Portland; Wm. Dunn, Portland; Lewis Rathburn, Port land; Guy L. Richardson, Portland; A. B. Hathaway, Portland; R.. M. Tanmkhelmer, Bath; W. A. .Clarke, Walla Walla. Golden Rule Hotel. J. A. Mc Laughlin, McKay; J. E. Craddlck, Spokane; M. M. Remmlngton, Meri dan, Ida.; S. Shersley, Nolln; Alice Gonyon, city; D. Boon, Chicago; Rev. J. Herln, Rock Springs. Wyo.; F. C. Potter. Portland W. B. Gaskln and wife, W. Va.; A. A. Rogg. Emma Rog.. Russell. Kan.; F. D. Varney, F. E. Harrington, Wallowa. Ore.; W. F. Lewis, Boise; T. W. Dundon, Crlm, Ohio. Cured of Bright's Disease. Mr. Robert O. Burke, Elnora, N. Y writes: "Before I started to use Foley's Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy and my eyesight was so Impaired I could scarcely see otie of my family across the room. I had given up hope of living, when a friend recommend ed Foley's Kidney Cure, One 60 cent bottle worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had gone, as well as all otther symp- oms of Brlght's disease." Pendleton Drug Co. 1 BRYAN BANQUET TONIGHT. Democratic Politicians Flock to New York to Greet William J. Washington, Nov. 26. Within easy range of the White House this even ing William J. Bryan will be hailed by democratic leaders gathered from all parts of the country as the next president of the United States. The occasion will be a banquet given at the Hotel Raleigh In Mr. Bryan's honor by the Bryan club of Washing ton. Covers will be laid for 600 guests. It is not expected that Mr. Bryan will have anything new or startling to add to the announcement already made In regard to his attitude on the presidential nomination. Neverthe less the affair is attracting much at tention among the political leaders of both parties and the speeches are awaited with keen Interest. Proba bly the most Interesting feature of the banquet will be the attendance. terprise Tuesday, Thomas Morgan buying six head and Pratt Bros three head. That these prosperous Prairie creek farmers are going In for dairy cattle Is a sign of the times. Mr. Morgan is a well known sheep man and so Is used to making good mon ey. That he sees a big profit in the daisy business is evidenced by his purchase. The remainder of Tull ey's herd has been taken to the H. 13. Davldhlzer's ranch, where Intend ing purchasers may see them. En terpiise News-Record. Wheat Is Moving. Wheat grown in the Palouse and Big Bend grain belts Is now being moved to Puget sound and Columbia river points for shipment to Asia, Africa and Europe at an average rate of 250 cars a day, while the move ment of the apple crop of the In land empire estimated to be worth 314,000,000 to the east Is on in earn est, says a Spokane Item. Most of the wheat Is consigned to Liverpool, England, and as soon as It is loaded drafts are drawn on the strength of the bills of lading and money shipped here on them. In this way the railroads and exporters hope to assist in .the importation of gold and currency Into Washington The crop in the 12 wheat producing counties In eastern Washington give the growers 75 cents a bushel, or little more than 330,760,000 this year. Picked Fight With Blind Man. Ben McMullen, who has been around Condo for some months past left the first of the week at the in stlgation of Marshal Sweetln. Upon arriving at Arlington he tried to paint the town a dark shade, commonly known as red. Finding mat nobody seemed to pay any attention to him he started a row with Jesse Sweetln, who is to tally gllnd. He struck and kicked him before anyone could Interfere and was arrested by 'Deputy Sheriff Busey. He was given a hearing be fore Justice Collins and fined 340, which he was unable to pay and he was brought to Condon and lodged In the county Jail for 20 days. Con don Globe. The Philadelphia mint Is coining 352.000,000 worth of double eagles. In the meantime, however, the aver age man will continue to pay for his porkchops with certificates. The list of invited guests Includes practically every democratic leader of. prominence In the country. Many of these. Including some of the most prominent democrats in the country, declined the Invitation. A number of others of equal prominence have signified their Intention to be present and their acceptance of the Invitation is naturally regarded as evidence of their willingness to support Mr. Bry an for the presidential nomination. Dancing Proves Fatal. Many men and women catch colds at dances which terminate in pneu monia and consumption. After ex posure, if Foley's Honey and Tar is taken it will break up a cold and no serious results need be feared. Re fuse any but the genuine in a yellow package. Pendleton Drug Co. Pressing Publicity Law. Washington Nov. 26. In response to the call of President Perry Bel mpnt, the members of the National Publicity Law association . assembled in Washington today for an Import ant meeting. The association Intends to exert itself to the utmost to get through the coming session of con gress a national publicity act to com pel the publication of contributions and expenditures of national and con gressional committees during presi dential elections. The measure will be modeled along the lines of the state publicity law now existing In Missouri. New York, Massachusetts and other states. This Is Worth Remembering. As no one Is Immune, every per on should remember that Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine. Pendleton Drug Co. Charged With Peonage. Jackson, Miss., Nov. 26. The pe onage charge against O. B. Critten den came up for a preliminary hear ing today in the federal court Ths case has attracted widespread atten tion on account Of the prominence of the - defendant, who la one of the Wealthiest planters In the delta. We have secured the agency for Orlna Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new laxative that makes the liver lively, purifies the breath, cures headache and regulates the digestive organs. Cures chronlo constipation. Ask us about it Pendleton Drug Co. Oldest Magazine for Sale. ' Boston, Mass., Nov. 26. The plant and property of the New England Magazine, the oldest magazine In the United States, was offered for sale at public auction .today. The maga zine was established In 1850 and has had a notable and profitable career. NO ONE EXPECTS IT. Without the use of Sexlne Pills a weak or run down person cannot ex pect to become thoroughly strong. Sexlne Pills are the strongest and. surest tonic In the world. The price Is 31 a box, six boxes 35, with full guarantee. Address or call the Pen dleton Drug do. This is the store that sells all the principal remedies and does not substitute. 1 " -fir a1 ff Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Wkly $1 per month DI1 PHYSICIANS. J. A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND 8UR geon. Office In Savings Bank building. 'Phones: Office, main 164; residence, main 176. DRS. SMITH A TEMPLE, OFFICE Smith-Crawford building, opposite postofflce. Telephones: Office, Main 30; Dr. Smith's residence, Main 162; Dr. Temple's residence, black 2792. DR. R. E. BINGO. PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Rooms 3 and 4 Schmidt building. 'Phone, office main 622; residence main 23. H. 8. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO pathlc physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office, black 8411; residence, red 2622. DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK. Telephone, main 921: raaldenea. black 161. DR. T. M. HENDERSON. PHYSI- clan and Surgeon. Office In Sav ings Bank building, room 1. Office pnone. main 1411; residence, main 1661. DR. J. G. M. LUTTENBERGER. Physician and Surgeon: formerly of St Louts. Rooms 16 and 17 Schmidt building; 'phone Main 190. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO- nic and nervous diseases, and dis eases of women. Judd building, cor ner Main and Court streets. Office phone, main 72. X-Rar and Electro- Therapeutics. You are not really "looking for it unless yon are advertls- lng for It OSTEOPATHS, DOCTORS HOISINGTON. GRADU- ates of Klrksvllle School. Suite 6. Association block. 'Phone Main 608. All diseases treated. DENTISTS. RALPH C. SWINBURNE. DENTIST. Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone black 3981. DRS. M. S. KERN AND R. E. Farnsworth, Dental Surgeons. Of fice, room 15, Judd building. 'Phone red 3301. VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, OF- fice in Judd building. 'Phone red 1411. DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST. Sundays and holidays by appoint ment Schmidt building, Pendleton, Ore., 'Phone Main 623. Office hours a. m. to 5 p. m. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M'NABB, T OCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's drug store. Residence 215 Lewis St Phone main 69. FOR SALE. 50c HIGH GRADE FULL LENGTH Typewriter Ribbons mailed to any address. Satisfaction guaranteed. Western Ribbon Co., San Mateo, CaL FOR SALE FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE with three lota, 112 Garfield street on north side. All modern improve ments. Terms to suit purchaser. En quire this office. - FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, wrapped In bundles of 15 Oeach, suitable for wrapping, putting under carpets, etc. Price, lBo per bundle, rtwo bundles 25c. Enquire this office. LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY DE- scrlptlon, for county court, circuit court, justice court real estate, etc., for sale at East Oregonlan ornce. ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS and announcements, all the latest styles ofstock and type faces. Leave orders at East Oregonlan office. FOR RENT. UNFURNISHED rooms for rent Oregonlan office. HOUSEKEEPING Enquire at East The "look-before-you-leap-peopla read the ads every day. Colesworthy's Anything you want in Stock and Poultry Food CHOP MILL CORNER ALTA AMD COTTONWOOD 8T8. Want Advertisements CLASSIFIED tULCTORY' ATTORNEYS. JAMES A. FEE, Judd building. LAW OFFICE IN CARTER at law. building. & RALEY, ATTORNEYS Office In Savings Bank JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT Law. Office over Taylor's hard ware store. LOWELL A WINTER. ATTORNEYS and counsellors at taw. nffir in Despaln building. GEORGE W. COUTTS, LATE COUN ty attorney from Idaho. Civil and criminal law. Estates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Collections made. Room 17, Schmidt block. . PETERSON, PETERSON & WILSON. Attorneys at Law, rooms 3 and 4 Smith-Crawford building. JOHN H. LAWREY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office Savings Bank building. PETER WEST. DIVORCE LAWYER. ornce tog Garden street. R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Association blok, at head of stairs. 8. A. NEWBERRY. ATTORNEY AT Law. Room 25 Smith-Crawford building. DAN P. SMYTHE. ATTOR: :Y AT Law. ' Office In Savings Bank building. M'COURT & PHELPS. ATTORNEYS at Law. Smith-Crawford building. PRUITT & OLIVER. ATTORNEYS at Law. Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 13, Association Block. If It la not advertised advertise for tt here, LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. CITY LIVER STABLE, THOMPSON street Carney & Kennedy. Props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Good rigs at all times. Cab line In conec tlon. 'Phone main 701. TAILORS. SUITS MADE TO ORDER WHILE you wait Finest and latest style goods. Lorets & Hanson, East Ore gonlan building. FRATERNAL ORDERS. PENDLETON LODGE No. 62, A. F. and A. M., meets the first and third Mondays of each month. All visiting brethren are invited. TELL THE PEOPLE. Let Them Know Your Wants. One line, one time lOo One line one week 25c Four lines one month 31.00 Each line over four lines 25c per line per month. HELP WANTED. MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN watchmaking, engraving, Jewelers' work; optics, easy terms; positions guaranteed; money made learning; Watchmaking-Engraving School, 1436 4th avenue, Seattle, Wash. Dally Bast Oregonlan by carrier, only 16 cents a week. Scott's Saolal-Pepsio Capsis A POSITIVE CURE ForlnflimmatlonorCatam ot the Bladder and DImsssi Kidneys. No cure no par. Cures quickly aud Perma nontly the wont esees m Gonorrhoea sod Gleet, at matter ot how long stand Ins. Absolutely harmlest Bold by druggists. Vtm $1 00, or by mall, postpaid ,11 0U,Sboxea 12.76. THE SANTAl-PEPBIIM, BILLSrONTAJNS, OHIO. Sold by the Pendleton Drag Compaaj Dally East Oregonlan by carrier, only IS cents week. Extra Lines over Four, 25 Cents per Line per month INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reliable abstracts of title to all lands in Umatlllc county. Loans on city and farm property. Buys and sells all kinds of real estate. Does a gen eral brokerage business. Pays taxes and makes Investments for non-residents. References, any bank In Pen dleton. JAMES JOHNS. Pres. W. S. HENNINOER, Vlc-Pres. C. H. MARSH. Sec. . J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS TH3 oldest and most reliable fire and accident insurance companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co. i '. i ARCHITECTS. CONTRACTORS, ETC D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan office. T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING, brick and cement work. Estimates furnished free. Work guaranteed. 'Phone black 2042. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. M. A. RADER. FUNERAL DIREC tor and licensed embalmer. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Corner Main and Webb streets. 'Phone main 130. 'Funeral parlors In connection. BAKER & FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di rectors and licensed einbalwsrs. Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor. Two funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. 'Phone main 75. SFXOXD-HAXD DEALERS. V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND hand goods. If there is anything you need In new and second-hand furniture, stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and get his price. No. 212 Court street GRAHAM. THE FURNITURE MAN. will buy your old furniture and give you cash or new goods la return. It costs nothing to visit him. Postofflce block, Pendleton. ENGRAVED CARDS. ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS, etc. Very latest styles. Leave or ders at East Oregonlan office. MISCELLANEOUS. LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed, 36.26. Electric Hot Water and Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee Percolators, etc. A complete stock of Gas and Electric Fixtures. First-class wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan, 122 W. Court street PENDLEON IRON WORKS RE- pair work on all kinds of machines. structural Iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court and Alta streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F. May, manager. WANTED. WANTED CURTAINS TO WASH. Mrs. P. A. Anderson, 1101 East Railroad. WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH as help wanted; rooms or houses for rent; second-hand goods for sale; In fact any want you want to get filled, the East Oregonlan wants your want ad. Rates: Three lines one time, 20 cents; two times, 30 cents; six times, 70 cents. Five lines one time, 30 cents; two times, 46 cents; six times, 31.16. Count six words to the line. Send your classified ads to the office or mall to the East Ore gonlan. enclosing sliver or stamps to cover the amount WANTED MEN. WOMEN AND families to take advantage of our fine premium offers, given to old or new subscribers to the Dally, Weekly and Semi-Weekly East Oregonlan. SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES. IF you want to subscribe to magazines or newspapers in the United States or Europe, remit by postal note, check or send to the EAST OREGONLAN the net publisher's price of the publl- ' cation you desire, and we will have It sent you and assume all the risk of the money being lost In the malls. It will save you both trouble and risk. If you are a subscriber to the EAST OREGONLAN, in remitting you can deduct 10 per cent from the publish er's price. Address EAST OREGON IAN PUB. CO., Pendleton,. Ore. CHICHESTER'S PILLS DlaMUND IIRAND I'llXM. In Sli ytm kaowu H Bat S fert. Almyt Krilbla SOLD BY DRUGGISTS HERYWHERE l"" J IrriuIioBa SI EViMCKMXttlCl. fat or pmmi aM fcyPiaaataiw. or tnt la alala at no. t.r tKttM P '""aft1'' Clrc-:aT ttvv L4ImI ami jnr vraaalM ft C'hl.rkM-Ur'l llaITirmaV fills la H. oJ tiola nmiluAVy boin, mini with Blua RiKiom. f Tak Maw. Bt t rmmr " , i.b rrlri 4'livui'mi vim J tela M eaatiai i f rinaalitnaa