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. .. if. . PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST ORB COMAS, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY MARCH 81, 1908. AND A WOMAN'S WORK fa" FOURTEEN PAfiir-S ................. TtT i . i n , , ,.,,nt - ' BRIEF RECORD OF COUNTY EVENTS Special Correspondence LYDlA E. PINKHA Nature and a woman's work com. blned have produced the grandest remedy ior woman's ills that the world has ever known. In the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers they relied upon the roots and herbs of the field to cure disease and mitigate suffering. The Indians on our "Western Plains to-day can produce roots and herbs for every ailment, and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs. From the roots and herb of the field Lydia E. Finkham more than thirty years ago gave to the women cf the world a remedy for their pe culiar ills, more potent and effica cious than any combination of drugs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is now recognized as the tandard remedy for woman's ills. Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 615 KG St, Louisiana, Mo., writes: "Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffering women I am willing to make my troubles public. "Fortwehre years I had been suffer ing with the worst forms of female ills. During that time I had eleven different physicians without help. No tongue can tell what I suffered, and at times I could hardly walk. About two years ago I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for adrice. I followed it, and can truly say that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice re stored health and strength. It is worth mountains of gold to suffering women." What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound did for Mrs. Muff. i hi 3 .i u wiu ao ior otner sunenng women. NEWS 0FWEST0fl FREEIVATEB ADVICES MANY PEOPLE INTERESTED IN WESTON'S MARKET DAY. FRUT GROWERS WILL BUILD WAREHOUSE SOON Brlggson School Is Closed for Present Market Dnys Postponed for Short Tern -Big District Conference Will Take Place in Weston Normal I Joys Are Putting Grounds in Fine Shape Independent Telephone Line to Run From Weston. weston, juarcn zi. weston is a very busy place today. The attraction Is Weston's first market day, and many of the farmers from the sur rounding country here. Wesley Car ter is the auctioneer, and it is ex pected that much farm produce will be disposed of. Time Presented Wkh Sliver Head ed Walking Stick By Freewater lodge Will Co to .Hcnulston to Engage in Fanning Hay ship ments Made to Seattle and Other Points. " Freewater, Mar. 21. The next market day for Freewater will be held April 4. On account of the busy season and the bridges being washed out north of Walla Walla, it was de elded to postpone the sale until that Mrs. H. B. Nelson, formerly of this Ume ta"t?d hmng 11 Man 28 as was liiicnueu. Wednesday evening at the Odd Fellows hall the members of Free- place, who has been quite 111 in the Walla Walla hospital for some weeks, Is reDorted to h rinlnor nlpplv at thi time, and she will be able to leave water lod No- 22 Presented C. A. ft,- vu.i .ki Bacon of Boston. Mass., with a sll- Miss Hollman. one of the normal r hfceaded, wa.kln& " He haa tW 4. milt. r1n.,lv 111 wlH, bee her for the P88 three months pneumonia. ' and has takena real lnterest ,n tne who has been teaching in the Brlgg To Build Big Wareliouse. son district. Is visiting friends In Wes- The Milton Fruit Growers Union ton for a short time before returning w111 "Unu business under the pres hAmo ThA ,ni hn. in ,o e"t name and organisation. It has Brlggson district for the present term. bfn. declded to erect a warehouse The sonhomores of the normal will 'uxl0' one Bna nal1 Bl"e nign, elve nn emerald erpPn entortntnmont wlth an 8-foot basement It will be at the normal assembly hall this even- constructed of concrete, practically Ing. Conference at Weston. The district conference of the Walla Walla district. East Columbia confer ence of the M. E. church south, will be held In the Weston M. E. church. March 26, 27. 28 and 29. There will be present about 10 preachers and two lay deleftates from each charge. Programs will be carried out each day. Athletic Grounds. The normal school athletic grounds are being put In shape for the spring season. A track meet will take place at Weston at an early date with Pear son's academy of Walla Walla. The fire proof. Stock for the building will be solicited at once, and the en tire Milton and Freewater country will be Interested in the success of the venture. Principal Pennock Is arranging to leave for Hermlston. where he has a homestead. He will elve un teach ing to devote hla time to farm work. Several shipments of hay . have been made to Seattle during the past few days. Most of It came In from the Hudson Bay country. Milton Notes. Milton, Mar. 21. The damage which was done In this vicinity by the flood has about all been cleared A cup of Ghirardelli's Cocoa gives more nourishment, more energy, more strength, than a dozen breakfast rolls, at a frac tion of the cost. Don't quit eating rolls but remember V4 LESS THAN A CENT A CUP baseball team will go to Prescott away, and the people who live on the Gol. Forgy's Place Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Served. Card and Billiard Room in connection. II - l Expert Mixslogisfs Gentl emen Only. April 11, and they will play Pearson's on the home ground on April 18. Independent Teleplione Line. Different parties Interested are now working on a plan for an independent bottom lands think they have been fortunate this year that no more damage was done. W ith good weather for a very few weeks, another big fruit crop Is as telephone line over 20 miles long to sured for this section of the county run from the long distance station at I tns season. Weston east to the Blue mountain saw mill, thence to Bingham Springs, from which there will be branches east and west, connecting with the government forest ranger's camp at the forks of the Umatilla, and W. J. Furnish's summer residence. Given Up o Die. B. Spiegel. 1204 N. Virginia street, mvansvine, ind., writes: "For over five years I was troubled with kid ney and bladder affections which caused be much pain and worry. I lost flesh and. was all run down, and Notice to Our Customers. a year ago had to abandon work en- We are pleased to announce that tlrely. I had three of the best phy- Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs slclans who did me no good and. I was colds and lung troubles Is not affect- Practically given up to die. Foley's ed by the National Pure Food and Kidney Cure was recommended' and Drug law as It contains no opiates or the first bottle gave me great relief, other harmful drugs, and we recom- and after taking the second bottle I mend It as a safe remedy for children was entirely cured." Why not let It Ji Columbia Bar and Rooming House F. X. Schempp Estate Fine Wines, Liquors, and Cigers. Newly f urniKhed and op-to-date. Rooming Hons In Connection. 32 MALN STREET. .md adults. Pendleton Drug Co. help you Pendleton Drug Co. SELLS FURNITURE BUSINESS. Echo Man Accepts Position as Mana ger Wareliouse Here. Taf Is Still in Lead. Washington, Mar. 21. Political de- Ivelopments of the week have not served to materially change the sltu- Echo. March 21. C. S. Mudge has atlon ,n the race for the republican sold his furniture business at this Presiuentiai nomination. becretary Place to Ed Ware and William Hog- Taft 18 Bt"l faln the lead, with every pard, who have already taken posses- Ppect of maintaining his advan- sion. Mr. Ware will have rharee of tage. State Republican conventions the business. Mr. Mudee. who has h'1" he held next week In Illinois STATE SALOOIi Ed. R. Strahon, Prop, Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thoroughly renovated. A gentleman's resort. Hot Free Lunch Served Every Woman k In Intf-rOkLt-H nnri HhnnM knn. vvV Marvel rlln ,8"r' Aik yonr drnririat for It If b ranuot inppl; the VAIiW.U K-r.pt no uiu.i, uu. nnu v ...III . I limn. trati-d book waled. It kWm full Mitlrnlar nnrt ritrortlorm inTalnthle lol&diM. MARVEL CO., 44 E. 2 id St., Ntw York 5 Club SaIooi T. W. H'H HELL, Proprietor. Cor. Court and Cottonwood, PENDLETON OREGON, been a resident of Echo for some years, expects to go to Grant's Pass, where he has Interests. Alex Malcolm has been engaged by E. Ripper to work In the store. R. S. Foreman has accepted a po sition with the Pacific Coast Elevator company and now has charge of the company's warehouse at this place. Mrs. J. H. Sating has been very :tl for some days with pneumonia. Rhode Island and Tennessee. The former-state will, of course, be for Cannon. Tennessee will undoubtedly select a Taft delegation, and Rhode Island Is apparently divided In Its al legiance between Taft and Hughes, with the odds in favor of the former. Congressional district conventions will be held next week In several states that all of them, with the excep tion of two Illinois districts, will like ly elect Taft delegates. Is made with scrupulous, con scientious care and old-fashioned attention to cleanliness, purity, goodness and quality. No cocoa at any price can be better or more delicious. Your grocer sells and recommends it. D. Ghirardelli Company San Francisco AR.,e CATARRH J ft. m Ely's Cream Balm I) ouicWf abtorbed. Givet Relief si Ones. It clean-, soothes, beats and protects the diseased mem brane resulting'froia Catarrh and drives away a Cold ia the fe stores the hensosof HAY FEVER Taste and S:u- II. Full size 50 cts., atDrug. gists or by mail. In li.juid form, 75 cents. Ely Brothers, 50 Wurren Street, New York. Cet.the Best Good Dry Wood and the BEST KIND OF COAL. PROMPT DELIVERY. W. C. MINNIS Leave orders at HENNING'S CIGAR STORE Opposite Peoples Warehouse THONE MAIN 6 i "Ready-to-Use" Music Large, fine line of Pianos and Organs Victor, Edison and Columbia Talking Machines, Records and Supplies con tinually in stock. ....Thornton Music Co.... 813 Main Street i A severe cold that may develop Into pnumonla over night, can be cured quickly by taking Foley's Hon ey and Tar. It will cure the most ob- N'o Case on Record. There Is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting In pneumonia stlnate racking cough and strengthen r consumption after Foley's Honey your lungs. The genuine Is in a yel- ana Tar has been taken, as It will low package. Pendleton Drug Co. stop your cough and break' up your cold quickly. Refuse any but the KNOWS HOW IT WAS DONE. genuine roieys Honey and Tar In a yellow package. Contains no opiates Irrigator Man Says fit. Patrick Drove h"1 ls "a,e and BUre- Pendleton Away the Snakes and Toads With uru& co' Oregon Wind. St. Patrick has not a friend within a hundred miles of Irrigon, not one, says, the Irrigon Irrigator. On his blrthday.'the day we intended to cel ebrate, the day of days, there war. such a blow that ,we did not know whether we would be able to keep on earth or go up with the clouds. Over three dozen Gilliam county hats passed here In less than two Stubb Wouldn't you call a man who owned five big automobiles and had no consideration for pedestrians a despot? Penn No, I'd call him an autocrat. This Is Worth Remembering, Whenever you have a cough or cold Just remember that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure It. Do not risk hours, and 17 Sherman county lambs y0Ur, healtTh. tokln " but the kcmuiik:. ii lis ii a. yellow DBCKBge. Pendleton Drug Co. were seen sailing along eastward at one time. As to the other moveable Worthlngton, our chief engineer, says A NOTRE DAMELADY'S APPEAL inai hi. j'airieK moved a Diinon cuoic yards more sand on that day than will be displaced In digging the Panama canal. . u was some windy, and we have it In for .Ireland's patron saint. 'Jut anyhow we now know how he banished ihe snakes and toads and frogs from Ireland. He kicked up a wind something like we had Tues day and blew them away! "Miss Oowitt surprised me by say ing tfiat she had tired of society and now lik?s the simple things best." Ves. Didn't you know she's going nrnnr nrt,lren fr -vt Snmmi-a ni. 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