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DAILY EAST OREGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1900,
PAGE SET EX.
Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re
sponsible for tiiucu sicknessaud suffering,
meretore, u kidney
trouble is permitted to
continue, serious re
suits arc most likely
to follow. Your other
organs may need at
tcntion, but your kid'
neys most, because
they do most end
should have attention
first. Therefore, when
your kidneys ore wenk or out of order.
you cun understand how quickly your en
tire Douy is aiiccteu una how every organ
seems to fail to do its duty.
If you are sick or " feci badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root. A triul will con
vince you of its great merit.
The mild ami immediate effect of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest because its remarkable
health restoring properties have been
proven in thousands of the most distress
ing cases. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. Sw.
Sold by druggists in AaS5jaSS2H
fifty-cent and one-dol- f tM",!1 12S-S
lar sizes. You may ::::n:rs:::::
have a sample bottle $Y2lWlt?Zr.in
by mail free, also-a
pamphlet telling you .f.
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Ir. Kilmer & Co.,
liinghamton, N. Y. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, and don't let a dealer sell you
something in place of Swamp-Root if
you do you will be disapjHjiuted.
For your next meal, try
Gus Lafontaine, Prop.
Restaurant and
Oyster House
Meals at all Hours 25c
Open all Night
Oysters,
Cracked Crabs,
Crawfish,
Clams, etc.
Everything New and
Up-to-date.
626
Main Street, Lafon
taine Block.
FIRST CLASS SERVICE
Pastime
l neatre
Cass Matlock, Prop.
Latest Moving
Pictures and
Illustrated Songs
A Comfortable Theatre
Entertaining and Instructive
Shows afternoon
and evenings
Adults 10c. Children un
der 10 years 5c.
Next door to
French Restaurant
Ken.
201 W. Court.
Theme Mnln
J. A. Donaghue
VETERINARY SUROEOX
Pendleton, Ore.
OFFICIAL STATE LOCAL
STOCK INSPECTOR.
Office Pendleton Drug Oo.
FOLEYSHOHEYIAR
for chltdrmm tafa, aura. JVa tplat
L.
MAKING FIGHT
EASTERN SPECULATORS
REFUSE TO GIVE UI'
HoMfoii Interests Join Willi Sjxx'iilu
tortt In un Attempt to Knock Out
tli(! Chicago Warehouse Plun Rc
kI'(mI that Nearly Half tiio Clip of
(lie Wetrt linn Hern Contracted to
rjiNierit Buyers.
Portland Union Stockyards, Feb.
10. Xot without a great (struggle nre
tlio dealers and speculators of the
cast nnd west going to give up the
fight for the control of the wool trade
to a new crowd from Chicago which
ha recently Invaded the field. While
a sufficient number of grawors wero
secured to make the Chicago ware
house nnd storage plan a success In
a limited way, Boston Is going to
fight to control the major portion of
the business. Wool growers are some
what divided as to which plan Is the
better.
In the meantime the Boston people
have stepped Into the field and have
already secured control of about half
the entire wool output for 1909 from
Oregon, Idaho, Washington and Mon
tana growers. The price paid ranges
from 16c to 18c a pound and Is quite
giind considering condition which
have ruled heretofore.
Advices from the Interior state that
the wool clip of Oregon will be fully
10 per cent greater In 1909 than a
jvar ago. The cold weather Is said
to be responsible for a heavier growth
of fleece. Tile quality Is likewise said
to be better than during recent year.
No Hogs Hut Some Inquiries,
No hogs were received In the Port
land yards during the past 2t hours,
but there were plenty of Inquiries nnd
this Is a help to the tone. The trade
is Inclined to tlv opinion that hoga
will s.dl no lower In the near future.
I'rlre Improvements In the east have
been a help toward stimulating the
demand here nnd taken nltogether
the tone In the local hog market Is
iibont as good as any time during the
present sea'nn.
Sheep market shows a few arrivals
Hiring the day. but the number was
loo small to form any opinion regard
ing general conditions outsldo of what
has been recently printed.
.'.2." N Top For SIitix.
While n recent sale of steers was
made at $r..1i In the yards, the gen
eral market for top stuff scarcely
reaches over J 5 . 2 .1 . and that Is the
figure which Is now quoted. While
It may still be possible to obtain as
high as $5.35 for something extra se
lect, such a sale could scarcely be
made twice out of a hundred.
The following Is the general range
of values on stock ruling In the yards
for late shipment:
Hogs Best east of mountains,
$C.75lr": ordinary, $6. ,10; blockers
and feeders, $5.75.
Cattle Best steers, weighing 1200
pounds, $5,104(5,25; medium steers,
$t.75(5; poor steers, $4.25 W 4. 50:
best cows, $4.50; medium cows, $3.50
(It 3.75.
Sheep rtest wethers, $0; ordinary
wethers, $ 5.50 fi 5.75; lambs, $6. 50
6.H0;stralght ewes, $5.25 !? 5.50; mixed
lots, $6.
Veal Choice young calves, $5.50;
heavy, rough, $4.50 H 4.79.
Wlieni Going l'p.
The strength of the entire grain
market Is much more pronounced.
While no sales of bluestem wheat
have recently been reported hero
there Is a better demand for other
grades, nnd this has brought prices
In those varieties about lc a bushel
higher for cash delivery.
There was no change In quotations
on either wheat, barley or oats fu
tures on the Portland board of trade
during the day.
Flour market Is firmer. An occa
sional transaction Is deported In ex
port grades around $3.70, but tne vol
ume of business s light Indeed.
Secretary Fred Muller of the board
of trade Is attending the annual con
vention of the Farmers" union at
Spokane. Mr. Muller has been work
ing to make this city the official mar
ket for the producers.
THE NEW PICKANINNY.
Mr. Rambn-Itnh! Hew dat baby lak'
chicken! Ah bet ho will be a pnhson
when he grows up.
Mrs. S.imbo-Yaas. Pat duh baby must
bab been bolni wld n silver spoon op
Ah moan a chleken bone In Ills mouf.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for nny case of Catarrh that cannot b
eurcd by Hnll's Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CHUNKY ft CO., Toledo, O.
We, the nndeintimpd, have known V. J.
(,'lioiiey for the Inst 15 yenrs, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
ti-nnsni'tlons and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by Ills firm.
Waldlng, Klnnan A Mnrvln,
Wholesale PruiiKists, Toledo, O.
Hall'i Catnrrli Cure ! taken Internally,
cling upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the ays torn. TcHttmnnlals sent free.
I'rlce T.'ie per bottle. Bold by all Drug-
iHtS.
Take Hall's Family Pllla for constipa
tion. Read the East Oregonlan.
win
U3 '
DIFFERENT STYLES.
How Maradlth and Browning Might
Detcrlbo tha 8ame Ineidant.
If Browning and George1 Meredith
were describing tho same act they
might both be obscure, but their ob
scurities would be entirely different.
Suppose, for Instance, they were de
scribing even so prosaic nnd material
an act as a man being knocked down
stairs by another man to whom he
had given the lie. Meredith's descrip
tion would refer to something which
an ordinary observer would not see or
at least could not describe. It might
be a sudden sense of anarchy In the
brain of the assaulter or a stupefac
tion and stunned serenity In that of
the object of the assault.
He might write: "Walnwood's 'men
vary In veracity' brought the baronet's
arm up. He felt the doors of his brain
burst and Wain wood a swift rushing
of himself through nlr, accompanied
with a clarity as of the annihilated."
Meredith, In other words, would
speak quecrly because he was describ
ing queer mental experiences. Hut
Iirownlng might simply be describing
the material incident of the man being
knocked downstairs, and his descrip
tion would run:
What then? "You He" and doormat be
low stairs
Takes bump from back.
This Is not subtlety, but merely a
kind of Insane swiftness. Gilbert K.
Chesterton.
BEARDED LADIES.
Pariiian Showman Saya They Are
Quite Numerous.
An Englishwoman who confesses to
a mild mania for attending the street
fairs common In and around Paris
says that she Is always Impressed by
the extraordinary number of bearded
Indies among the attractions.
"I was Inclined to think that they
wero fakes," she says in the London
Gentlewoman, "but when I discovered
that they were quite genuine my sur
prise at this wonderful supply of
phenomena grew stronger. And when
a few days ago I saw at the fair In
the Avenue d'Orleans a lady exhibited
with a long flowing beard I could no
longer withhold my curiosity.
"I applied for information to n gen
tleman well known In the showmnn
world nnd who nets ns a kind of agent
to the people owning shows, supply
ing them with the necessary goods,
human and otherwise. This gentle
man appeared surprised at my ques
tion. " 'Hoarded ladles! he exclaimed. 'I
can find as many as I like. You have
no Idea how many women, if they
liked, could rival men as regards
whiskers and mustaches. Hut they
nre not anxious to cuter into that
kind of competition.' "
Winged Burglars.
Buchner In his "Psychic Life of
Animals" speaks of thievish bees
which. In order to save themselves the
trouble of working, attack well
stocked hives in masses, kill the sen
tinels and the Inhabitants, rob the
hives and carry off the provisions.
After repeated enterprises of this de
scription they acquire a taste for rob'
bery nnd violence. They recruit whole
companies, which get more and more
numerous, and finally they form reg
ular colonies of brigand bees. But It
Is a still more curious fact that these
brigand bees can be produced art!
fjci.illy by giving working bees a mix
ture of honey and brandy to drink,
The bees soon acquire a taste for this
beverage, which has the same dlsas
trous effect upon them as upon men
They become ill disposed and irritable
and lose all desire for work, and final
ly, when they begin to feel hungry,
they attack and plunder the well sup
plied hives.
One Reason.
There may be two reasons for a
thing, both equally true, and It may
be the height of folly to attribute the
effect to both. A gentleman to whom
art was a strange thing asked a friend
to whom the ways of Its votaries were
more familiar:
"Why does Conneray stand off and
half shut his eyes when he looks at
the pictures he is painting? I was in
his studio the other day, and he made
me do it too."
"Thnt's simply explnlned," replied
the other. "Did you ever try to look
at them near to, with your eyes wide
open? Well, don't. You can't stand
It." Youth's Companion.
Didn't Wait For It.
A couple of Scotch ministers were
taking dinner together one summer day
In a little manse in the highlands. It
was the Sabbath day, the weather was
beautiful, and the bubbling streams
were full of trout and the woods full
of summer birds. One turned to the
other nnd snld:
"Mon, don't ye often feel tempted on
these beautiful Sundays to go out fish
ing?" "Xn, nn," said the ortier. "I never
feel tempted. I julst gang."
Plenty of Him.
"What sort of ninn Is Jinks?"
"The Impression yon get of Jinks de
pends on the circumstances under
which you meet him. If you're there
to collect money you won't like Mm.
P.ut If you're there to pay money he
seems n lovely character."
His Way Out of It.
"lie don't give nuthln' to the church
now?"
"Xo. Somebody told him the Bible
snys salvation Is 'free.' nn' he snys fur
bo it from him to dispute the Scrip
tures:" Atlanta Constitution.
Liberty exists In proportion to whole
some restraint. Webster.
Wanted Good, clean, large rags, at
the East Oregonlan office.
a Want Ms. E
WANTED.
WANTED Classified ads, such aa
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. Hates: Three Un s
one time, 20 cents; two times, 30
cents; six times, 70 cents. Five
lines one time, 30 cents; two times,
45 cents; six times, $1.15. Count
six words to the line. Send your
classified ads to the office or mall
to tho East Oregonlan, enclosing
silver or stamps to cover the am
ount. SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAINES, 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 OHE
GOXIAN the net publisher's price
of the publication you desire, and
we will have it sent you. It will
save you both trouble and risk. If
you are a subscriber to the EAST
OREGOXIAX, in remitting you can
deduct ten per cent from the pub
lisher's price. Address EAST
OREGOXIAX PUB. CO., Pendle
ton, Ore.
while watching the partlcu-
lar classification that appeals to
you do not overlook all tho
other want ada.
Four Lines, in Dally, Weekly
and Semi-Weekly $1 per month.
PHYSICIANS.
H. S. GARFIELD. M. D., HOMEO
pathic physician and surgeon. Of
fice Judd block. Telephones: Office,
black 3411; residence, red 2633.
DR. LYXX K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. X-ray and Electro.
Therapeutics. Judd building, corner
Main nnd Court streets. Office 'phone
Main 72; residence phone, Main 554.
DENTISTS.
E. A. MAXX, DEXTIST, OFFICE
Main street, next to Commercial
association rooms. Office phone,
black 3421; residence phone red
3851.
DR. M. S. KERX. DEXTAL SUR
geon. Office, room 15, Judd build
ing. Phone red 3301.
VAUGHAX BROS., DENTISTS, OF-
flce In Judd building. Phone Main
73.
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAX, DEXTIST.
Sundays and holidays by appoint
ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton,
Ore. Phone Main E23. Office hours
9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
DR. D. C. M'XABB. LOCAL STATE
Stock Inspector and member State
Veterinary Board. Office Tallman
drug store. Res. 'phone Main 69.
ATTORNEYS.
FEE & SL-VTER,
LAWYERS,
building.
OF-
flees In Despaln
CARTER
& SMYTH E, ATTORXEYS
Office in Savings Bank
at law.
building.
JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT
law. Office over Taylor's hard
ware store.
LOWELL & WINTER, ATTORXEYS
and counsellors at law. Office in
Despaln building.
GEORGE W. COUTTS. ATTORXEY
at law. Estates settled, wills, deeds
mortgages and contracts drawn. Col
lections made. Room 17 Schmidt
block.
PETERSOX & WILSOX, ATTOR-
neys at law; rooms 3 and 4 Smith-
Crawford building.
RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY, AT-
torneys at law. Office in Savings
Bank building.
JOSEPH T. HIXKLE, ATTORXEY
at law. Office in Association block
head of stairs.
G. W.
PHELPS, ATTORXEY
Smith-Crawford building.
AT
law.
PETER WEST. DIVORCE LAWYER
Office 60S Garden street.
CHAS. J. FERGUSON, ATTORXEY
at law. Smith-Crawford building.
ARCHITECTS. CONTRACTORS, ETC
D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND
Builder. Estimates furnished on all
kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone
walls, etc. Phone black 3786, or Ore
gonlan office.
LEGAL PLANKS OF EVERY PE
sciiption. for county court, circuit
court, Justice court, real estate, etc.,
for sale at East Oregonlan offleev
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
V. STROBLR. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything
you need m new nnd second-hand
furniture, stoves, granlteware and
crockery, call and get his price. No.
212 Court street.
ROOMING HOUSES.
ST. ELMO
ROOMS. NEW
AND
first class
Classified
throughout. One blocJc"d ttio people apprealnte It and show
Rates 60c, 76c ftnd II-1 by their liberal patronajwv. It a
from depot.
Mrs. Allen Rhodes, Mgr.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE White Minorca cocker
els. The Minorca lays a big white
egg and is the largest non-setter
bred. G. A. Robblns, 223 Logan
street.
LAXD FOR SALE 100.000 acres of
selected wheat lands in Alberta;
and choice fruit land In Umatilla
county. C. H. Sellers, real estate
agent, Pendleton, Ore.
FOR SALE 160 acres partly seeded
to alfalfa; two good orchards;
houso nicely furnished. Several
nice springs; fine sheep ranch;
good range no reserve; very near
railroad, and arranged for two
families. Address 607, Veatherby,
Oregon.
LEGAL BLAXKS of every descrip
tion, for county court, circuit court,
Justice court, real estate, etc., for
sale at East Oregonlan office.
EXGRAVED CARDS, IXVITATIOXS,
wedding announcements, embossed
private and business stationery, etc.
Very latest styles. Call at East
Oregonlan office and see samples.
FOR SALE Old newspapers wrap
ped in bundles of 150 each, suitable
for wrapping, putting under car
pets, etc. Price 15c per bundle,
two bundles 25c. Enquire this of
fice. Extra Lines over Four, 25
cents per Line per month.
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. B. KEYS cab stand at Goldn
Rule hotel. Phone main 25. Special
attention given to parties and dances.
HORACE W. KIXG. CIVIL ENGIN
eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De
tpaln building.
PEXDLETOX IROX WORKS RE
palr work on all kinds of machines,
structural iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Court and Alta
streets. Marion Jack, Prop.; A. F,
May, manager.
SLOM KEE. CHIXESE LATJXDRY;
family washing; work done by hand;
mending free; goods called for and
delivered. 408 East Court street.
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran
teed, $5.25. 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.
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH
as neip wanted; rooms or houses
for rent; second hand goods for raIa:
In fact, any want you want to get
filled, the East Oregonlan wants your
want ad. Rates: Three lines ont
time. 20 cents; two times, 30 cents;
six times, 70 cents. Five lines one
time, 30 cents; two times, 4 5 cents;
six times. U.15. Count si xwords to
the line. Send your classified ads to
the office or mail to the East Ore
gonlan. enclosing sliver or stamtis to
cover the amount.
nVSnLVVCEAND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACTCoTLVKES
reliable abstracts of title to all
lands in Umatilla countv. Loans nn
city and farm property. Buys and
sells all kinds of real estate. Does
a general brokerage business. Pays
taxes and makes Investments for non
residents. References, any bank in
Pendleton.
JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
W. S. HEXXIXGER, VIce-pres
C. H. MARSH. Sec.
J. M. BEXTLEY REPRESEXTS THE
oicest and most reliable fire nnd
accident insurance companies. Office
wnn H&rman Abstract Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
M. A. RADER. FUXERAL DTREC
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. FUXERAL Di
rectors nnd licensed embalmers.
Opposite postoffice. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars. Calls responded to
day or night. 'Phone main 75.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
DAMON LODGE XO. 4. K. OF. P..
meets every Monday evening In I.
O. O. F. hall. Visitine brotners cop.
dially Invited to attend. A. E Lam
bert. C. C; R. W. Fletcher. K. of R.
nd S.
PENDLETON LODGE No. 62,
A. F. and A. M meets the first
nnd third Mondays of each
month. All visiting brethren are In-
ited.
LIVERY AMI FEED STAHLES.
1TY L1VEKY STAPLE, THOMPSON
street, Carney & Kennedy, Props.
Livery, feed and sale stable. Good
Irs at all times. Cab line in connec-
lon. Phone main 70.
ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS.
wedding announcements, embossed
private nnd business stationery, etc.
ery latest styles. Call at East Ore-
Konlan office nnd see samples.
Tlio East Orcgoalan is Eastern Ore
gon's rejM-escntntlve pnper. It leads
the advertising medium of the section
Director!
Nature Provides
but one
California
It i4 the natural winter home
of many thousand of the
world's best people. Under
the gentle influence of its
mild winter climate, every
amusement and recreation
abounds. such bathing,
boating, fishing .driving;
such picnics, parties and,
"Jollflcations."
:GO TO:
Los Angeles,
Hot Springs,
Monte, SanU
Paso Robles
Hotel del
Barbara, San
Diego, Santa Monica, Venice,
Long Beach, Santa Cruz or a
score of similar resorts and
you will ftnd health, congen
ial surroundings, hospitable
associates, faultless accom
modations and numberless
attractions and conveniences.
The O. R. & N. Co.
Connecting with
TSe Southern Pacific Co.
Makes Inexpensive round trip
excursion rates to California,
A six months stopover
ticket, Pendleton to Los
Angeles and return is
$68.70
Corresponding rates are In
effect to other points.
We have some very distinc
tive literature covering Cal
ifornia's winter resorts, and
will take pleasure in giving
you all of the information
and assistance at our com
mand. For tickets, sleeping car reserva
tions, etc., call on, telegraph or
write
E. F. Schuyler, Agent,
Pendleton
or
WM. M MURRAY , Gen. Pass. Agf
PORTLAND, OREGON,
Milne Transfer
Phone Main 5
Gills promptly answered
for all baggage transfer
ring. Piano and Furniture
moving and Heavy Truck
ing a specialty.
Nice Roasts, Chops
and Steaks
Best sausages and smoked or
cured meats. Pure lard.
EMPIRE MEAT
Phone Main 18.
CO.
Every Wcsiian
is interesu-d nnd fNouli know
about the woniiertul f
Marvel h,llnJ s"ri
it. If lie crmnot
itie J..KJ-.l urn-i t ao
o'tior, b it PKmi at.imp for !Hcs-
tnuo-.l book nenird. It
(rives Inn
P'M-iculiiri unit (br-.i
I'ons invv.n-:lt
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
APOSITIVECURE
For Inflsmmst Ion or Catsrrh
of the madder and Diseased
Kidneys. No cure no pay.
Cures quickly aud Perma
nently the worst cases of
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
mutter of how Ion stand
ing. Absolutely harmless.
8old by druifKlsts. Price
fl .00. or by mail, postpaid.
! l, S boxes $i75.
TUC tlHTil.BraftlH ft
-V71' aiLLSfONTAim, omio.
ROWLING. BILLIARDS. POOL.
Pastime Parlors
"Jim" Eates, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Candloa, Soft Drinks
Shooting Gallry.
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A:k ear drnsdst for VK
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