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DAILY EAST OHECiOXIAX, PENDLETON, OKEOON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1008.
PAGE THREE. EIGHT PAGES, PURELY VEGETABLE It Is a generally recognized truth that medicines made from vegetable Ingredients are a great deal better adapted to the delicate human system, and Safer in every way, than those composed of strong humeral mixtures and compounds. Mercury, potash, arsenic, etc., which arc used in the manufac ture of most blood medicines, are too violent in their action, and frequently derange the system by disturbing the stomach and digestion, aiTecliny the bowels, and when used for a prolonged period often caure Rheumatism. S. S. S. is the only blood medicine guaranteed absolutely and purely vegeta ble. It is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks, selected for their purify ing and healing qualities. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Koiesand Ulcers, Scrofula, Contagious Blood Poison, and all other blood diseases, because it cleanses and purifies the blood, and at the same time builds up the entire system by its fine vegetable tonic effects. S. S. S. may be taken by young and old with absolute safety, and with the assurance that it wi.l cure the diseases and disorders due to an impure and poisoned blood supply, even reaching down and removing hereditary taints. Hook on the blood and any medical advice free to all who write THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. NORTHWEST NOTES Body riililfiitiricd. Wallace, Idaho.. The body of an unknown man found at Grand Forks has been brought to Wallace for bur ial. There Id every Indication that the man died from exposure to the cold and alcoholism ItiHtltule a fellowship in mathematics. DNwiroiiM Eire at Monh. Spokane Bridge, Wash. A fire of unknown origin early yesterday morning- totally destroyed the general mer- Inqulrles are'ehundise store of Morris Brothers of being made as to whether he has rel- Moub. A dance hud been given the atlves in this country. evening before In the hall overhead and it was only about an hour after Aid Wool Warehouse Plan. J the last of the merrymakers had dc- ci.ni.i.... Wi. Tlia nnttnnnt nr. if.nrtprl (hut Ihp nronrletoi-H wow ecutlve committee of the Woolgrow-j awakened by smoke and flames, ers' association was present today at; - a meeting held here when $25,000 and TYPEWRITER TAKES PLACE 2,000,000 pounds of wool were sub- OF PRINTERS OCT ON STRIKE scribed toward the national wool T AGENCY MS FIRST KLACGHTER OF PESTS FOR THAT SECTION. warehouse proposition. Cleveland. (). The strike of the printers on the two local Hungarian papers, the Hungarian News and the Hungarian Szabadsag, has had the re- Railroad Work Starts. Ontr.ilia, Wash. That nctivo rail road building between Centralla and suit of producing one of the most nov Aberdrcn and Taconia and Portland el publications ever issued here. Is purposed Is Indicated by the fact Typewriting was the basis upon that railroad contractors are now 'which the editor of the Szabadsag, 12. distributing railroad building equip-1 P. Kohanyl. was able to produce his ment along the right of way of the, paper. The typewritten sheets were Cnlon Pacific between Portland and photographed and from the photo Tacoma. I graphs printing plates were made, the I same as a photograph Is engraved for Dig Packtrnlii Start. j "1" Purposes of printing. Stiles. Idaho McDanlels1 largo1 The engraving of the typewritten mule pack train .was loaded out here sheets were placed together In con yesterday with 8000 pounds of mer- secutlve order and from these the pa ehandlse for the Oro Grande mer-'pers were printed, chants. The load averages 400 pounds! While the Idea employed by Editor to the mule and they will cover 15 Kohanyl reverted to the ancient moth to 20 miles a day. which will take od of handwriting, yet this system them Into Oro Grande on the fourth was made rapid and practical by day out of Stltes. means of the modern typewriter, en graving process and printing press. Indianapolis Star. LOST HIS ONE BEST BET; PAID IT WITH SALOON. enjoying themselves skating. Skailng at Teka. Ttkoa, Wash. The weather turned suddenly colder last night and today, i ho crrmnnl la hard frozen to a depth of several Inches and Is covered with' -, '' . , , . - .J "I I bet you If Harrlgan s elected an inch of snow, which make, fair sleighing. Hangman creek corned of with a coating of Ice nn Inch thlok.j uoci ninny ui ji.uub r.v.,..v, ,.,,.,.,,wn.,. , PPPV ...... .. Gelb, who wns one of Harrlgan's supporters and a candidate for con- Scliool Fight Settled. stable on the same ticket with him, Milton, Ore. After a strenuoui lrnk, nt jnK,,e , astonishment, year, during which time an effort has "You're on," he said. "My saloon been made to bond the school district ( against your 1100. "That's my 'one and another effort has been made to best bet," Geld told his friends, divide the district, a plan Is being do-1 Aft,.r t10 oioctlon. which resulted veloped to settle the trouble and bulld a victory for both Harrlgan and new schoolhouses for Milton and for(.,h tno latter was approached by Freewater. At present tnc Duiwings Magee, who showed him a copy of ore Inadequate and old. the New York law forbidding a con stable to run a saloon. Gelb dashed to his lawyer's office. "You've lost the bet," said the law- IVllowslilp for Whitman. Walla Walla. Wash It was an nouneed In chapel this morning that yer. Oeorge B. Woodward, ft member of Yesterday Gelb transferred his sa last year's graduating class, and his loon and license to Magee, who took sister, Eva Woodward, who graduated charge. New York World. from Tearson's academy In 1904, have given a sum of money to the college, 1 ARREST WOMAN OWNER the Income of which Is to lie used to Oj.i OPICM DEN Great Corral Willi Wliif-n Extending Quarter o' Mile on lOacli Side Will Re ('oiiHtniricd Large Section of Country Will Be Covered in the Drive Indians From Warm Springs to Participate. The first rabbit drive ever made on Agency Plains will be undertaken by the farmers of that section December H and preparations are being made to Insure the success of the drive, says the Madias Pioneer. A large killing corral will be built with wings extending a quarter of a mile on each side of the corral so that the rabbits can be driven Into the corral, 2-foot wire netting being used for the wings and 4-foot netting for the corral. The drivers will assemble early Monday morning, December 14, nt A. Mon ner's farm, and the drive will start at the north end of Agency Plains and cover a large territory south and east of that point. No dogs or guns will be allowed. The Indians from the Warmsprlng reservation have. been Invited to come over and participate In the drive and It h expected that a large number will avail themselves of the Invitation. The drive will begin on the 14th of December, and will be continued as long as the success of the undertaking warrants. The rabbits have become more nu merous In this section than they have been In a number of years. Several years ago the rabbits throughout this section were almost exterminated by a disease which made great ravages In their ranks. Experts from the gov ernment .biological departments were sent here to Investigate the disease, with a view to utilizing It for ridding other sections of the rabbit pest by Inoculation, hut the disease baffled the experts who were sent to Investi gate It and the matter was not pur sued further. The disease, seems, however, to have spent Its force and In the past two years there has been an alarming Increase In the number of rabbits. In the past year many farmers in the more sparsely settled districts have complained that their crops were entirely destroyed by the rabbits, while all have complained of some damage from these pests. It Is this condition of affairs which has aroused the farmers to action and an effort will be made to rid the country of rabbits by a series of drives. It In expected that In the first drive on Agency Plains several thousand rab bits will be corralled and killed. PORTLAND, MAINE, CHILD 111, Weak and Emaciated, Re stored to Health by VInol "Our little daughter, six years of a9, after a Bevero attack of the measlc-s, which developed into pneumonia, was left pitifully thin, weak and emaciat ed. She had no appetite, and her stom ach was to weak it eould not retain food. She lay In this condition for wcektt, and i.othing the doctor pre scribed did a Lit of good, and we were beginning to think the would never re cover. "At this time we commenced to give her VInol, and the effect waa marvel ous. The doctor was amazed at her progress, and when we told him we were giving her VInol, he replied, 'It is a fine remedy, keep It up.' We did bo, and she recovered her health and strength months before the doctor thought she eould." J. W. Flagg, Portland, Me. VInol cures conditions like this be cause In a natural manner it Increases the appetite, tones up the digestive organs, makes rich, red blood, and strengthens every organ in the body, j PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY. Pendleton. Oregon. The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon Report of Condition November 27, 1908, to the Comptroller of Currency. CONDENSED two racoons, together weighing 60 pounds, In one tree. He has trapped) 22 foxes, besides other animals. He has 14 live skunks in a cage. He can handle the skunks without worse re sults than If they were chickens. New York World. Stage Deaths Must Stay Dead. Paris. Andre Messager And Louis Hroussen, new nuinagers of opera, who already have suppressed "claque" or hired applause, have taken another step In the direction of pure art by forbidding artists to acknowledge ap plause except at the end of each act. A singer who has just "expired" no longer will be allowed to rise from "death" to bow her thanks for the en thusiasm. Chicago Tribune. Resources. Loans and discounts. $1,113,261.29 Overdrafts 21,653.14 U. S. bonds 257,425.00 Other bonds and war rants 21,556.21 Hank building 20,000.00 Cash. Cash on hand ..$138,611.10 Due from banks 326,539.73 Redemption fund ... 7,000.00 472,150.83 $1, 906,046. 47 Liabilities. Capital stock t 200.000.0J Surplus and undivid ed profits 102,961.32 Circulation . ... 140,000.00 Due to banks 39,101.82 Deposits subject , to check 1892,692.27 Demand certificates of deposit 483,889.66 U. S. deposits 45,000.00 Cashier's checks .. 2,301. 4d rotal deposits 1,423,883.33 $1,906,046.47 I, G. M. Rice, cashier of the above named bank, do. solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. G. M. RICE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of November, 1908. C. K. CRANSTON, (Seal.) Notary Public for Oregon. Read the. East Oregonlan. If conservative business methods, strict adherence to banking laws, coupled with the fact that the officers will not use the bank for personal ends, are banking principles which appeal to you, we solicit vour business. HED IX). WITH WHITE FEKT. "Kaivr Than a While Rlackblrd." Omnectlciit Tra)Mr Says. Wlnsted, Conn. A big red fox with four white feet was trapped by John Hall, of Sherman, yesterday. Hall, an experienced trapper, says a fox with white feet Is rarer than a white blackbird, and that he will get a good price for this, one of the biggest fox es ever seen in these parts. He has it In an Iron cage with three other live foxes and four racoons. Hall has been very lucky this sea son. While hunting last week he shot At Last We have a first, class player piano at a reasonable price. Fully war anted by one of the large piano facto ries in New York. Buying for cash and having no rent to pay we can sell for less money than any house in Ore gon. Agent for Steinway, Knabe, Emerson and others. One pi ice to all. Folding Organs. Jesse Failing Farm for Sale Half section of good wheat land for sale, $11,000; house and barn, good well, good orchard, some alfalfa ground. Nine miles from Pendleton, 4 miles to warehouse. Must sell before 30 days. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 . Court St., Pendleton, Ore. Are YOU Being "Hunted?" One of today's want ads may be hunting you ransacking the city for you. It may have a message for you of urgent personal Import ance one that, when you get It, and heed it, may change the Immediate currents of your activities, of your interests may even place around and about you new environments, new asso ciates; may give you an entirely new start in a business way. Isn't It worth while to try to find out whether this may not be true today, tomorrow, or very soon? MILLION' OF LIVES IXST. The Awful Toll Collector by Consump tion. If people could only understand that catarrh Is a nlnternal scrofula J that nothing applied externally does much good they would not need to be warned so often about this fatal disease, which, when neglected, In variably ends up In consumption, at the cost of millions of lives every, year. Yet catarrh Is easily cured If the right treatment is employed. Catarrh is caused by germs in the( blood which circulate throughout the entire system. External remedlesi give but temporary ease. Although the effects are often seen In the form of pimples, rash, ecema or dry scaly, skin, the trouble Is Internal, and can never be cured by eternal remedies. The only way to cure catarrh Is by, employing a medicine which Is ab- sorbed and carried by the blood to all i arts of tho system, so that the mu cous membrane or internal lining of the body Is thoroughly medicated, soothed, disinfected of germ matter, and the soreness healed. We havo a remedy prepared from the prescription of a physician who for 30 years studied and made catarrh a specialty and whose record of suc cess was a cure In every case where his treatment was followed as pre scribed. That remedy Is Rexall Mucu tone. We are so positive that It will . cure catarrh In all Its various forms( whether acute or chronic, that we promise to return every penny pald( us for tho medicine In every ease' where It falls to cure or for any rea son does not satisfy the user. We want you to try Rexall Mueu Tone on our recommendation and srunrantee. We arc right here where you live, and you do not contract anyj obligation or risK wnen you iry mx all Mucu-Tone on our guarantee. We have Rexall Mucu-Tone In two sizes. The prices are 60c and $1. Very of ten the BOc size effects a cure. Of course, In chronic cases a longer treat- a aaaha TVi a avAra era 4n such Instances Is three $1 bottles. The Pendleton Druf Co. Pittsburg, Pa. A beautiful, -well dressed young woman, giving the name of "Clara Ward" of Washing ton. P. C was held as a witness against Arthur Meyers, a Hungarian, who s charged with running a high class opium den for the benefit of rich young women of Pittsburg. The police profess the belief that Clara Ward Is the daughter of a wealthy Washing ton family, who has been led to Pitts burg through tho drug administered by Meyers, and that she was about to be used to lure young women Into the den. Meyers' place, which was fitted up In costly style, was raided by the po lice. Meyers was arrested with Clara Ward, who was dressed In oriental robes. OREGON THEATRE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 E. J. CARPENTER'S Great Scenic Comedy Drama, CTiy (GjirBs Leave IHlome" n v-iean wnoiesome interesting instructive. I he Best Lducator ot Une oi the Greatest rroblems Uur Country Has to Deal With. Strictly MORAL and UPLIFTING. PRICES: 75o-50c35c, Boxes $1.00. Pendleton Drug Company Seat Sale Opens Tuesday Morning December 1st., at 10 o'clock. GOT $1 POK FACE POWDER AND $100 A YEAH FOR HATS Wilmington, Del. What is the proper compensation for a bartender was the subject up In the county court today when Bridget Gorman sought to obtain 4000 from her uncle, Rernard Carr, a wealthy saloonkeep er, for services. She testified she had kept house for her uncle for a number of years, had tended bar for him, looked after his clothing and the chitdlng of the undo and had never received a cent, cent. On the other hand, witnesses testi fied that they had known the woman to get a dollar from her uncle for face powder, and also to spend as high as $100 a year for hats alone, which money her uncle paid. Philadelphia Inquirer. Public Dance at German Hall. On Saturday, December 6, 1908, there will be a dance- at German hall In Middle Cold Springs, at which the public Is Invited. Music by Johnston's orchestra and good time promised all. Admission $1, Including lunch. Second hand goods bought and sold. Best price paid. Empire sec ond hand store, Empire block, across from N. P. depot. Phone Red S201. FRIDAY, DEC. T. OREGON THEATRE Two Nights. Commencing G. BARNES' IRSi'thi Performing Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Pumas, Panthers, Bears Apes, Baboons, Kangroos, Dogs, Ponies, Monkeys, Baby Elephants and Camels. PRICES: 75c, 50c, 35c. Special Saturday Matinee, Children 25c NEW OREGON THEATRE, Sunday December 6th McClellan and Butler Present The Power of The Cross A ROMANCE OF CALIFORNIA IN THE DAYS OF 49 PRICES: 75c, 50c, 33c Seats at Pendleton Drug Co.