DAILY KAOT OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORJQOW. TUESDAY, JUNE , 1008.
Accompanied by Terrible Itching
A Complicated and Most Distress
ing Case Well-known Remedies
Failed to Cure Doctor Thought
an Operation Necessary Then
CUTICURA PROVED ITS '
"I am now eighty years old and ono
morning, three years ago, I was taken
with a hard pain In my right sido. In
two days I had an attack of piles
(hemorrhoid!)), bleeding and protruding.
The doctor gave mo some medicine and
en ointment for them which bellied me
some hut I had to keep using them all
the time. Then I changed to the P
remedy; but if I did not use it every
day, I would g't worse. The doctor
Baid the only help for me was to go to
a hospital and be operated on. At
this time, about a year ago, I went to
using the 8 remedies. I tried them
for four or five months but did not get
much help for my piles. During this
time sores would come on a fleshy part
of my body. They bothered mo all
the time. I would get on healed and
another would come. These sores
Chang') to eczema, accompanied by
a terrible itching. It Boomed as if I
could not keep my hands from tearing
my flih. This and the pile trouble
brought on an inflamed condition.
Then I got the Cuticura Remedies. I
washed the affected parts with Cuticura
Boap and warm water in the morning,
at noon, and at night, then used Cuti
cura Ointment on the irritated sur
faces and injected a quantity of Cuti
cura Ointment with a Cuticura Sup
pository Syringe. I also took Cuti
cura Resolvent Tills three times a day.
It took a month of this treatment to
get mo in a fairlv healthy state and
then I treated nivself once a day for throe
montlis and, after that, once or twice a
week. H is fortunate that I used Cuti
cura. The treatments I had tried took a
lot of money that I would have saved by
using Cuticura llemedies sooner, but
I am wiser now. I am supplied with
a full set of the Cuticura Kemedies and
would not feel safe without them,
j. H. Henderson, Hopklnton, St. Law
rence Co., N. Y., Apr. 2H, 1U07."
Complct Eiurnnl nd tnifmsl Tn-stmrnt for
Every Humor of lnlnu. 'liiidrrii.nl Ad'iiu rou
tut of l utlrur Nil (JSc.) t ( iranw thr rikin.
l-uilrun ointment tUX.I to Ileal the hkin. nd
Cutieura Rn"l vr nu&Or .('r in tlir f'irm nl ( 'hnmUM
Oat'd I'llto ;!' it vial nt Ml) to I'urKy the Uiidj
a Li ihe Cuiirura Sumiusitory Syhnsc (.IV h"J
Miruuiihnut the world. J'olltr Drug A Chem. Corp.,
'K''cuTur. Book on Skin Dlses
Safes and Vaults
PACIFIC SAFE COMPANY
Exclusive agents for
Herring -Ha II-Marvin
Mali's Safe & Lock Go's
Safes and Vaults
The Siandaiil for Seventy Years.
Office and Salesroom
909 Riverside Avenue
Empire Suite llulliling.
Large Qyantity of the Famous
Now on Hand
The coal that produces heat
and not dirt. Also fine lot. of
good dry wood.
Office, Pendleton Ice & Cold Storage
Company. 'Phone Mnln 178.
'Phone Main SIS.
THORNTON MUSIC CO
813 Main Street
niGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGAN8
Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk
ing Machines, Records, Cabinet and
U Intermted nnd .honld know
Ask yonr druggist for
K. If b cannot intipl
thn MARVKL. accent na
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trattd book untied. It iItm full
iMrtlrnlan and direction) Invnlnnhlft
loUdlM. MARVEL CO., 44 E. 23d St.. Niw York
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
of the Hlsdder and Dlteu
- Kidney. No cure no paf,
Cures quickly ud Perm
neatly the worn! ease a
Gonorrhoea and Gleet. '
matter of how long stand
Inc. Absolutely barmlesi
Hold by druggists. Pn
II 00, or by mall, postpaid
kSl 00. 3 bores 12.75.
THE SANTAl-MPSli N.
Sold by tlx Pendleton Drag Compaaj
Will Ship Relics.
A valuable collection of pessels,
mortars, arrowheuds. flints and spoons
made from horns, relics and the civil
ization In vogue during the palmy
days of the original red owners or
North America, will bo sent to the
Smithsonian Institute In the near fu
ture by C. W. Welgel, local agent of
the Northern Pacific railway com
pany, says the Kennewlck Reporter.
The relics have been found around the
country adjacent to this city and somo
of them probably have been dug, in
years past, from the graves of dead
Indians In the old burying grounus
along the banks of the Columbia
Mr. Welgel Is the owner of one of
finest collections of Indian relics
and curios In the west. He has been
for years gathering the garments worn
by primitive red men, and today he
hiis coats, vests, headdresses, belts,
etc., which represent years of toll on
the part of squaws, and which are
now valued at hundreds of dollars.
The entire collection, according to men
capable of placing an estimate, is
worth easily $10,000.
Child PrngBtHl by Homo.
Agnes, the 8-yenr-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brlchoux, who
live In the First ward, was very se
riously injured about o'clock yes
terday evening by being dragged a
dlstanco of several blocks by a
horse, says the La Grande Star.
The little girl had the horse out
feeding on a plat of grays and was
holding the' animal by a rope. She
had tied one end of the rope around
her ankle. The horse became fright
ened nnd started to run. The child
was dragged a distance of several
hundred feet before it could be stop
ped. Dr. Racon was hurriedly summoned
and he did what he could to alleviate
the child's suffering. The doctor
was unable to determine the full ex
tent of the Injuries. The little girl's
back was almost denuded of the skin
and frightful cuts and bruises were
Inflicted. At a late hour last night
she had not regained consciousness.
Herd Law Invalid.
Prosecuting Attorney R. II. Klpp
has decided to not attempt to further
enforce the herd law relating to live
stock running at large In Whitman
county, says the Li Crosse Herald.
Mr. Klnp says that the constitution
ality of this law was passed on by
orn cottox industry.
rueful nnd Highly Prlxl Examina
tion from Cotton Seed Once Al
A thousand things pleasing, useful,
meritorious and highly prized in the
mechanics and arts have within the
past 30 years enanated from the
frowzy cottonseed, at one time con
sdlered practically useless by the
! cottongrowers In the sunny south.
Step by step have these things been
attained. Days and months have the
chemists tolled to reach the" goal of
success. Millions of dollars were
expended to extract the virtues that
wore known to exist In the little
brown embryo that Ignorance wasted
and continued blindly wasting until
M-li-nce intervened and turned the
river .if waste into a sea of gold.
Columbus found cotton In use by
the natives when he touched Amerl
en's shores In 14 92. Cortez mentions
It as being rudely manufactured Into
cloth by the Mexican Indians.
The snow-white bolls weer found
growing wild In Texas and the lower
Mississippi valley as early as 1536.
Mrginla colonists cultivated It as
long ago as 1621. No one dreamed
then that It would be a world com
modity no one thought of the value
of the seed.
The Amerlcnn Cotton Oil company
No, 27 Reaver street, New York, with
factories In vnrlous states of the
union, export annually cottonseed oil
and other products obtained from the
seed to the amount of $50,000,000
This great Amerlcnn Industry Is not
ehleriy supported by foreign trade. Its
greatest market Is at home. More
than half of the production Is con
sumed in the United States, where the
purity and whnlesorrtcness of the oils
and the usefulness and values ofthe
ciiKe, meai, nnters and hulls are
making new friends and wider mar
kets year by year.
The American Cotton Oil com
pany's products may be found In the
kitchen and on the tables of every
civilized country In the world. It is
burning In the altar lamps of church
es, and Is lighting armies of miners
as they delve and burrow In the secret
place3 of the earth.
A Grand Family Medicine.
"It gives me pleasure to apeak a
good word for Electric- Bitters," writes
Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 436 Hous
ton street, New York. 'It's a grand
family medicine for dyspepsia and
liver complications: while for lame
back and weak kidneys It cannot be
recommended too highly." Electric
Hitters regulate the digestive func
tions, purify the blood, and Impart
renewed vigor and vitality .to the
weak and deblllated of both sexes.
Sold under guarantee at Tallman &
Co.'s drug store. 50c.
Kennewlck nerry Crop.
The uneaqunled fruit land In the
vicinity of Kennewlck has fairly earn,
ed the right to the distinction of being
not only the best fruit district, but the
earliest In the state, says the Kenne
wlck Reporter. During the straw
berry season, which Is now drawing to
a close, the ranchers of this vicinity
have shipped to the markets of Puget
sound, Spokane, and Montana about
10,500 crates, each containing 24 boxes
Judge Warren of Lincoln county
while holding court In Adams county,
t mViinh time thn court sustained a
demurrer to the Information on the
ground that the law was unconstitu
tional, stating at that time that he
honori hia rniinor orlnclnally upon the
ground that It wag an unlawful dele
tion of leelslatlve powers and was
In the nature of class legislation.
Mr. Klpp agrees with the ruling of
Judge Warren and believes this law to
be unconstitutional, and therefore does
not feel Justified In taking a test case
to the supreme court. There have
been many complaints coming to the
prosecuting attorney's office, aoout
half of the people complaining against
the enforcement of the law and the
other half desiring that it be enforced.
This Is the only county in tne state
that has ever tried to enforce It, and
the prosecuting attorney must now
give it up or take eases into court
under a law that he himself considers
unconstitutional, and therefore he has
decided not to endeavor to enforce the
law any further.
Two Now Papw.
Th WaHhlneton Farmer Publishing
company Is considering establishing
two .weekly newspapers on the line or
the St. Paul railroad, one at Othello
and the other at Beverly, says the
The home office of the company is
at North Yakima, where It has been
publishing the pioneer agricultural
Daner of this state, Northwest Farm
and Home. The veteran editor, Leigh
R. Freeman, has published In the west
9 years, 24 years of which he has been
at North Yakima.
One of the papers which he will
nubllsh will be called the Othello
Optimist, and It will possess a first-
class power plant. He is making ar
rangements to erect a building on
Main street, Othello, at once. The pa
per which the company will publish
at Beverly Is to be called the Beverly
Drilling for Oil.
The drilling machinery ordered by
the Madras Oil & Gas company, ar
rived here last Saturday, and will be
put In place to commence drilling at
once. It will take sevepl weeks to
erect the tower and get the machinery
In place, but the officers of the com
pany state that the preparations are
being rushed as much as possible, and
that actual drilling on the first well
will soon begin. Madras Pioneer.
of the finest fruit sold. Figuring that
each crate sold for $3.50, which, ac
cording to men who are In a position
to know. Is a conservative average,
the berries have brought to the pock
ets of the growers of Kennewlck and
Finley more than $37,000.
No humbug claims have to be made
for Foley's Honey and Tar, the well
known remedy for coughs, colds and
lung troubles. The fact that more
bqttles of Foley's Honey and Tar are
used than any other cough remed
is the best testimonial of its great
merit. Why then risk taking some
unknown preparation when Foley's
Honey and Tar costs you no more and
Is safe ana sure. Pendleton Drug Co.
Kansas Wants Help.
As a result of the recent call for
help In harvesting the Kansas wheat
crop, men are flocking into southern
Kansas In droves and it Is likely that
the farmers will have plenty of assist
ance In preserving crops. Harvesting
In southern Kansas and northern Ok
lahoma will probably begin in earnest
next week, and the harvest hands will
gradually work northward. In central
and western Kansas the harvesting
will begin about the middle of the
month, nnd in northern Kansas and
Nebraska the waving fields will begin
to fall before the reapers early In
July. The gathering of the harvesl
clans Is highly picturesque, as usual
and Includes men In all walks of life
from the hobo who Is Impressed Into
service to the college student who Is
"out for a lark" or who "needs the
Consumptives Mndo Oomfotrable.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
many cases of Incipient consumption
and even In the advanced stages af
fords comfort and relief. Refuse any
but the genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar. Pendleton Drug Co.
Pasture for Bucks.
Will take a limited number of bucks
to pasture and run for the summer.
Good pasture and plenty of water.
Apply this office.
You Should Know Tills.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any ease of kidney and bladder trou
ble that Is not beyond the reach of
medicine. No medicine can do more.
Pendleton Drug Co.
Notice to Ice Users.
All parties wanting Ice delivered to
their homes please hang out cards by
7 o'clock each morning where they
can be seen by driver of wagon. Hen
Wanted, at Once.
Good clean rags; market price paid.
East Oregonlan office.
LIFE NOT WORTH IJY1NG.
Don't say life Is not worth living.
Take Sexlne Pills and when you feel
the new life coursing through your
veins you will feel a new Interest In
living. Sexlne Pills are sold by the
Pendleton Drug Co. This is the store
that sella all the principal remedies
and does net substitute. Price $1 a
A little money invested in want ad
vertising will find you enough money
to get that venture of yours "going"
if it will go 1
Quit being ruled by "if" and "BUT,"
and begin to want-advertise I
LOOK IN OUR CLASSIFIED COLUMNS FOR WANT ADVERTISING.
I Want Advertisements
FOR SALE 160 ACRES, PARTLY
seeded to alfalfa; two good or
chards; house nicely furnished. Sev
eral nice springs; fine sheep ranch;
good range; no reserve; very near
railroad, and arranged for two fami
lies. Address 607, Weatherby, Ore.
rooms for rent. Enquire at East
FOR RENT TWO, THREE OR
four-room housekeeping suits, 301
S. Main street. See Spoonemore, ren
tal agent, 117 East Alta street.
Four Lines, in
$1 per month
J. A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND SUR
geon. Office la Savings Bank
building. 'Phones: Office, main 164;
residence, mala 17S.
DRS. SMITH & TEMPLE. OFFICE
Smith-Crawford building, opposite
postofflce. Telephones: Office, Main
30; Dr. Smith's residence, Main 169;
Dr. Temple's residence, Main IIS.
DR. R. E. R1NGO, PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon. Rooms S and 4 Schmidt
building. 'Phone, office main 623;
residence main 23.
II. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO
pathle physician and surgeon. Of
'!c Judd block. Telephones: Office,
oiuck 3411; residence, red 2633.
DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK.
Telephone, main 931; residence,
DR. T. M. HENDERSON. PHYSI
clan and Surgeon. Office In Sav
ings Bank building, room 1. Office
'phone, main 1411; residence, main
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. X-Ray and Electro
Therapeutics. Judd building, corner
Main and Court streets. Office 'phone,
Main 72; residence 'phone. Main. 654.
DRS. HOISINGTON, KIRKSVILLE
graduates. Association. Block, Tele
phones: office, Main 508; reslJence',
black 2791. All diseases treated.
E. A. MANN, DENTIST, OFFICE
Main street, next to Commercial
association rooms. Office phone,
black 3421; residence phone red S861.
RALPH C. SWINBURNE, DENTIST.
Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone
DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL SUR
geon. Office, room If, Judd build
ing. 'Phone red 3301.
VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS. C
flee In Judd building. 'Phone red
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST.
Sundays and holidays by appoint
ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton,
Ore., 'Phone Main 623. Office hours
9 a, m. to 6 p. m.
DR. J. A. DONAGHUE. V. 8.. VBT
erlnary Surgeon and Dentist. Grad
uate of Ontario Veterinary College.
Office 120 W. Court St. 'Phone Main
20; night 'phone Main 70.
DR. D. C M'NABB, 1 OCAL STATE
Stock Inspector and member State
Veterinary Board. Ofiloe Tallman's
drug store. Ree. 'phone Red 2692.
WHBBLBR UPHOL6TBRING CO.
Upholetering and furniture repair
ing. Carpets cleaned and lared. 616
Tkerapeon street. 'Phone black 3661,
BRUIN DETECTIVE SERVICE CO.
For quick results, confidential In-
vestigatlons, reports on any Individual,
business or property; missing relatives
found; correspondence solicited;
charges reasonable. J. M. Manes,- res
idence manager, room 2, Savings bank
Bldg. 'Phone main 148.
Today's classified ads may
bring a oar 00 of "kick" for you.
in-mi mi 1 1 mil wwi i i nMMnmnMI
WHO SAYS ADVERTISING DOESNT PAY.
See how easy it is to find ANY class
ified ad. and how easily YOURS
would be found, under its proper
Where placarding sells a foot of land,
newspaper advertising sells an acre.'
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.
Tbe classified advertising
columns afford the greatest
market for used articles. You
can obtain cash for anything of
JAMES A. FEE, LAW QFFICB IN
CARTER A SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In Savings . Bank
JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Taylor a hard
LOWELL & WINTER. ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law. Office In
GEORGE W. COUTTS. LATE COUN
ty attorney from Idaho. Civil and
criminal Uw. Estates settled, wills,
deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn.
Collections made. Room 17, Schmidt
PETERSON & WILSON, ATTOR
neys at Law, rooms 3 and 4 Smith
RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY. AT
torneys at law. Office In Savings
G. W. PHELPS, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Smith-Crawford building.
JOSEPH T. HJNKLE, ATTOREl
at Law. Office In Association block
at head of stairs.
R. J. SLATER, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Association block, at head
PRUITT A OLIVER, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Rooms 10, 11, II and 13,
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO.. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all land
In Umatill. county. Leans on cltj
and farm property. Buys and aollt
all kinds of real estate. Does a gen
eral brokerage business. Pays taxei
and makes lnvestmeats for non-residents.
References, any bank in Pen
dleton. JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
W. S. HENNINGER, Vlc-Pre
C. H. MARSH, gee
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS TH3
oldest and most reliable fire and
accident Insurance companies. Offlct
wun nartman Abstraot Co.
.ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS. ETC
D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND
Builder. Estimates furnished or
all kinds of masonry, oemtnt walks
stone walls, etc Leave orders at Eas'
T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING
brick and cement work. Estimate
furnished free. Work guaranteed
'Phone red 2931.
PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 2S
meets second and fourth Friday
evenings in regular convocation, at
,t PENDLETON LODGE N. 62. A.
A. and A. M., meets the first
and third Mondays of each month. All
visiting brethren are Invited.
V. STROBLB. DBALBR IN 8BCOND
hand goods. If there Is anything
yeu need In new and secand-hand
furniture, stoves, graaHeware and
crockery, call and get his price. No.
lit Court street
WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICB
paid for rags. Must be large ana)
clean. Call at this office.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF
you want to subscribe to magaxlnea
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 publi
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
OREGONIAN, In remitting you can
deduct 10 per cent from the publish
er's price. Address EAST OREGdN
IAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton, Ore.
over Four, 25
Cents per Line
M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIRBC
tor and licensed embalmer. Grad
uate of the Chicago Cellege of Em
balmlng. Corner Main and Webb
streets. 'Phone main 130. Funeral
parlors in connection.
BAKER St FOLSOM, FUNERAL DI
" rectors and licensed embalmers. .
Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cara Calls responded t
day or night. 'Phone main 75. '
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
CITY LIVER STABLE, THOMPSON
street, Carney $ Kennedy. Props.
Livery, te$ &nd sale stable. Good
rigs at all iiluii. Cab Jlne In conec
tion. 'Phone main. 01.
ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS
and announcements, all tin latest
styles of stock and type faces. Leave
orders at East Oregonlan office.
CARPET AND HOUSE CLEANING.
carpets dry cleaned. Work of all
kinds by hour or day. G. F. Smith,
SOS Calvin St. "Phone black 2712.
HORACE W. KING, CIVIL ENGIN
eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUH
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran
teed. $5.25. Electric Hot Water and
Curling Iron Heaters, Electrlo Coffee
Percolators, etc. A complete stock o
Gas and Electric Fixtures. Flrst-claaa
wiring of homes, etc. J. L, Vaughan,
122 W. Court street.
PENDLEON IRON WORKS RE
palr work on all kinds of machines,
structural Iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Court and Alta
streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F.
CHINA NOODLE RESTAURANT,
Ung D. Goey, proprietor. Drop In
of an evening and get a hot bowl of
noodles. Alta street, back of Tall
man's. SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY;
family washing; work done by
hand; mending free; goods called for
and delivered; 468 Court street.
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH
as help wanted; rooms or houses
for rent; second-hand goads 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, 41 oents;
six times, $1.16. Count six worda
to the line. Send your classified ada
to the office or mall to the East Ore
gonlan, enclosing silver or stamps to
cover the amount
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