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pagx ax. . DAILY BAST OREGON IAN, vcuiimuiii 4h im w Klll'l.-uilL'ir Ufl S 111 IT ... niMtM ' "..I..M...UU--,,.. ...I.l-L. l -.. i : : : Women cs Well as Elen Are Ebb nissrable fcy KIdnsj and -Bladder Troable. Kidney trouble preyi upon the mind, discouragesandlessensambition; beauty, rigor ana cheerful ness soon dimppear Vhen the kidneys are out of order or diseased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not nncom 1 mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates toooften, if the urine scalds (he flesh, or if, vhen the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet-ting, depend upon it, thecause of thediffi culty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and' not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty- ivnt ami one-dollar ize bottle. You tnav t' 5 r-'& have a sample bottle by mail free, also a Horn ol Swmmp-Rooi. pamphlet Jelling all about Swamp-Root, Including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cored. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N.Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Binghamton, K. Y., on every bottle. Have You Seen TIIE DD M 15 New Ladies' and Children's.'! THEATER Moving Pictures That are funny and fascinating Illustrated Songs All late and catchy Programe Changes Sun., Tues. & Friday Shows 2 to 5 p. m. and 6:30 to 10 p. m Admission - 10c Children under 10 yrs. 5c Main st Next to Raders "Its one long howling laugh" i ,. : Iron Ftnlth J jf : If your dealer hasn't It, W. J. Clark & Co. have. CLARK'S T CRIISE "ARABIC." 16,000 tons, fine, large, unusually steady. OF THE T 0 Til E ORIEII 16,60o torts, fine, large, unusually steady. February to April if, 1908. Seventy days, costing about 1400.00 and up, including shore excursions. SPECIAL FEATURES: Maderla, Ca diz, Seville, Algiers, Malta, 19 day in Eg? and Oio Holy Land., Constantly nople, Athens, Rome, the Riyiera, etc. TOURS ROUND THE WORLD. 40 TOURS TO EUROPJE most comprehensive and attractive ever offered. F. C. CLARK, Times RUIg., New York. . ' Break up a COLD in Four Hours with Rexall Cold Tablets 25c Ih Pendleton Drug Co. "The L'ark of Duality" Famous $500 Beer Alwasy cill for City Brewery Beer the home product; $100 that taya it li pure. CITY BREWERY SCIIULTZ 8TRICKLER. BRIEF RECORD OF COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence ITMLII T1IAXKSGG1VIXG WILL BE DULY OBSERVED HERE Officers Elected for V. O. W. Lodge Well Known Young Man Marries Popular Prencott Girl Heavy Rains Have Fallen ILero of Lute; Wheat Looks Fine Ditch Com pany Begins Work ou Lateral Ex tension. NEWS WESTON RECEPTION' AT NORMAL TOMORROW EVENING Milton, Nov. 26. The usual prep rntlona ara belnsr made here for Thanksgiving. There will be union services, turkey and all thlnga that go to make a general good Thanks elvlng day. At a meeting of the Tum-a-Ium camp, No. 676, W. O. W., the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensulns: term: Consul commander W. W. Brldgewater; Advisor-Lieu tenant. T. W. Hewitt; banker, W. E Morris: clerk, S. D. Peterson; escort. U. W. Carney; watchman Fred Kirk; sentinel George P. San derson; manager, J. D. Kirk. W. A. Bannister has returned from Hood River, where he had been on business. The marrlasre of Mr. Arthur Coe to Miss Lula Hart of Prescott, Wash, took place a few days ago at the home of the bride's parents in Pres cott. The groom is a well known and hlehly resDected young man of th's place, while the bride is well and favorably known to a host of friends, and is a daughter of A. H Hart, president of the Prescott bank. The young couple will make their home on the S. K. Coe ranch south of town. Heavy rains have fallen of late and the fall sown grain neve.' looked better than It does a this time. Apples are now being shipped out over the Northern Pacific and JLhe O. R. & N. A number of Miitonites have bees to Walla Walla of late to take ir different plays, go'ng over and back on the interurban. Mrs. Eleanor Phelps has been vis iting her son, R. E. Frazler, in Wal la Walla. Freewater Notes. Freewater. Nov. 26. The Hudson Bay Ditch company, has commenced work on the new lateral to their main ditch east of Freewater, which will add about 800 acres of good fruit land and alfalfa land to an already large area of irrigation lands. The canning factory Is kept going night and day, ' and considerable fruit Is being sent out. Both the Peacolk and Eagle mills are shipping out flour to the amount of about four cars dally, the O. R. & N. having furnished cars for them. Charles Marnes has Just purchas ed 10 acres of fruit land fronj Sam uel Patterson at Sunnyslde. Tlie New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung troubles is not af fected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we rec ommend It as a dafe remedy for children and adults. Pendleton. Drug Co. IXDUN MAIDEN AUTHORITY. Daughter of Choctaw Chief Ralsws Poultry for Show. While the Ute Indians are defying the whole United States army, be cause they do not want to go to work an Indian princess who lives in Washington has solved the Indian problem as far as she Is concerned by going Into . business, says The Dalies Chronicle, . She U Sophie Pitphlynn, daughter of Peter Pitchlynn, a Choctaw chief. The chief has represented his people at Washington for 25 years. His son and daughter bought an Incubator two years ago, and what was little more than recreation at first has be come an occupation of some magni tude. Princess Sophia not only raises for the market, but exhibits at the poul try show In Madison Square Garden, New York. She calls her birds after Indians of her tribe, and Princess Mueskogee and Princess' Sequoyah have won prizes. The princess says cleanliness, proper feeding and ex ercise are the secrets of success in raising hens. Many Invitations Issued by. .Normal Seniors Lectures on Interests of the Weern Fanner Normal Rcprc. scntcd at La Grande Institute Considerable Snow Is Seen on Mountain Potato Digging About Completed. Weston, Nov. 26. Elaborate prep arations are under way at the Nor mal for the senior reception which will be given tomorrow, Thanksgiving eve. Many invitations have been is sued and the event promises to be a glorious one. Mrs. C. C. Walters has gone to Fairfield, Wash., where she will vis it relatives for a short time. Mrs. Worden and Miss Stengel of the Normal faculty, are attending the teachers' institute at La Grande. Considerable snow has been seen on the mountains about here of late. Mrs. Robert Ferris, who has been quite seriously ill, is improving. D. Gerberdlng has been in Walla Walla a few days with his wife, who is quite 111 1 nthe hospital there. The digging of potatoes has about been completed In this vicinity, and the growers seem much pleased with the excellent results. For tlio Western Farmer. Farmer Elmore of Oklahoma lec tuied here a few evenings ago on the Interest of the western farmer. H Is trying to interest the farmers in the way of forming a Farmers' Alliance. There la more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other disease pot to gether, tnd nntll the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a lix-nl dlHfnse and prescribed loval remedies, and dj connmmiy tailing to cure who local treatment, pronounced It Incurable, gel en re has proven catarrh to be a constitu tional disease and therefore reaulres con. tltntlonal traetment nail's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney ft Co., To ledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional curs on the market. It is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly en t tie blood and mucous sur faces of the system. They offer one hun dred dollars for any case It falls to curs. send ror circulars and testlnionlals. Address F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0. Sold b drucelsts. 75c. Take Hall's Family I'll is for constipation. Something for the Men arid Boys Hats Given Away This Week Every day this week except Thanksgiving Day wc will give Free a Good Hat with each Suit of Clothes. A $5.00 SUIT WILL DRAW A HAT WORTH $1 00. -A $10.00 SUIT WILL GET A HAT WORTH $2 00 ALL $15.00, $20.00 AND $25.00 SUITS GET $2.50, $3.00 AND $3.50 HATS. Something for the Ladies and Misses Hats Given Away This Week . NY LADY 'Wll B1PS A TAILORED SUIT, COAT, OK WAIST . AND SKIRT TOGETHER WORTH $10.00 OR MOR WTLL GET AB- LJ A KEW FALL 1IAT WORTH K T1IB VALUE OF THE SUIT, COAT OR OUTFIT SHE BUYS BUY A $20.00 SUIT O ROUTFIT AND GET A $5.00 HAT. BUY A $15.00 SUIT OR OUTFIT AND GET A $3.75 HAT. GIRLS' COATS GET HATS OR CAPS FREE TOO. THE AIR DEPT. STORE PENDLETON, OREGON Lots 6 and 7 of block "D" in rail road' addition to Freewater, Oregon. Harry K. Newport et ux et al to First Bank of Hermlston, $175. Lot 17, block 5, Hermlston, Oregon. Oro Holdman to Frank Holdman 11. An undivided one-half of north east quarter of northeast quarter of west half of northeast quarter, sec tion 28, township 5 north, range 28 E. W. M. - A Significant Prayer. "May the Iord help you make Bucklin's Arnica Salve known to all," writes J. G. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C. It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured It In a wonderfully short time." Best on ertli for sores, burns and wounds. 25c at- Tallman & Co. drug store. For Sale, A"Walker" top buggy. $35; aide board $12; troom size, bruaeels rugs (new) $9.50; at "Brltanica Encyclo pedia," 80 volumes, $17. BO; library table Jx4 feet, $5; automatic refrig erator, cost $32 new thla September, $21; wood $7 the cord, at 711 Cos bie street. Bert Salnave of Prlnevllle, Oj-e., Is under arrest for sending obscene letters through the malls. His ar rest was made upon the complaint of young girls who received the letters. REAL ESTATE DEALS. neavy Transfers Reported Through. Out Umatilla County. The following realty transfers are repoited by Llvcrmore and Bickers: Peter Gagnon to C. A. Barrett $6000. East half of northeast quar ter, section 6, . township 3 north range 35, E. W. M. George W. Kelly et ux to John E. Hatter, $1200. South half of lots 5 and 6 in block 24, Umatilla, Oregon. John E. Hatter to May M. Hatter $1. South half of lots 5 and 6, block 24 in Umatilla, Oregon. Horace G. Newport et ux to W. A. Warren, $150. Lot 12 In block 3 in Newport addition to Hermlston, Ore gon. E. H. Babcock et ux to Frank Ran- son, $3850. Beginning at northwest corner of southw'est quarter of northeast quarter, section 26, town ship north, range 35, E. W. M., thence south 19 rods; east 80 rods; south 11 rods; east 34 1-3 rods; north 30 rods; west 114 2-3 rods to beginning. Ira A. Clem et ux to Amos J. Tay lor, $100. Beginning at a point 66 3 rods west of southeast corner of northwest quarter of Section 26, township 6 north, range 35 E. W. M.. thence west 26 2-3 rods; north 40 rods; east 26 2-3 rods; south 40 rods to beginning. Otto B. Frank to Etta Eaton, $275. ' BET OF FROOF, That HyomeiWlll Cure All Forms of Catarrhal Diseases. Testimonials could be printed by the thousands, many of them from Pendleton and nearby towns, tha Hyomei is an absolute cure for all catarrhal troubles, but the best proof of its unusual curative powers is the guarantee that Tallman A Co. sell, "money bac klf Hyomei does not do all that Is claimed for It" Hyomei Is not a secret remedy. Its formula is given freely to physicians who want to know what they use when the prescribe Hyomei. It la guaranteed under the pure food and drug law by serial No. 1418. . By breathing Hyomei, the healing medication goes directly to every nook and corner of the air passages where the catarrhal germs may lurk, and disinfects and heals, To be con vinced of this you have only to give it a trial, remembering that if It does not cure Tallman & Co. will refund your money, There is no dangerous stomach drugging when Hyomei is used. Its healing medication is breathed through a little pocket inhaler a few times dally, and almost Immediately a great Improvement Is noticed and quick recovery followa The complete Hyomei outfit costs but $1 and In most cases Is sufficient to enre the disease, making it not only a scientific treatment but one that Is highly economical. Get an outfit today from Tallman ft Co. if you have any symptoms of catarrh and see how quickly the remedy relieves and cores. A nard Debt to Pay. "t owe a debt of gratitude that can never hp paid off," writes G. S. Clark, Df Westfleld, Iowa, "for my rescue 'from death, by Dr. King's New Dls (covery. Both lunes were so seriously affected that death seemed Imminent, wheTI commenced taking New Dis covery. The ominous dry, hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used, and two more bottles made a complete cure." Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs, colds and all throat and lung com plaints. Guaranteed by Tallman ft Co., drugists. 60c and $11.00. Trial bottle free. This campaign against the Indians in Colorado seems to be a needless waste of life. The public Is begin ning to Inquire "What's the Uf.es?" TEA The way to buy tea is in packages; somebody is responsible for it Your t rocr returns rur monty U rou soo'l We Schilling Brxt; w pit him t NOTICE Special sale of LOTS at SUN SET BEACH, ORE., for short time only. For information, call or address N. W. BOWER or W. H. CLEMENT, at Golden Rule Hotel. PENDLETON'S POPULAR BOWLING ALLEY AND POOL AND BILLIARD PARLORS Alleys and tables newly dressed and overhauled. A quiet, orderly resort for gentlemen and ladles. PASTIME PARLORS BASEMENT HENDRICKS' BLDG. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS No tice Is hereby given (hat there will be an annual meeting of the stock holders of the East Oregonlan Pub lishing company on Wednesday, De cember 4th. 1907, at 4 o'clock p. m., at the office of said company In Pen dleton. Oregon, for the purpose of electlna- officers for the ensuing year. C. S. Jackson, president; F. W. Lamp- kin, secretary. . . s We Want the SavingsDeposits Thrift--Econcmy--Prosperity .Of Farmers and their Families, of Business and Professional Men of Clerks and Bookkeepers of Mechanics and Labors of Teachers and Working Girls of Married and' Single Women of Young People of Children , & of YOU ORACANIZED 1889 Assets nearly 2 millions, At the Pendleton Savings Bank ELECTRO STUDIO Souvenir Photo Postals, finished ' while you wait. Open Evenings GALLAGHER & HARBICAN East Oregonian Building. it Something for the small investor. First, do you want to save money? We can show you where an investment of $7.00 per month will make you a total of $1000.00 In about 06 months. Ask to see our plan. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court St.. Pendleton. Ore. Byers Best Flour It mads from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread la assur ed when BYERB' BEST FLOUR Is used. Bran,' Shorts, Steam Railed Barley always on hand. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS $ ' t. 8. BTERS, Proprietor. i AUCTION S ALE I J j Farm Implements and Stock for Sale, on the W. P. Temple Place, 10 miles Northwest of Pendleton. December 3rd, rSSS? . Free Lunch at Noon W. F. Yohnka, Auctioneer B. A. Morton, Prop.