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DAILY ICAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1008. EIGHT PAGES. E wool una SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR. THE OREGON IAN WESTERN SIIEErMEN DESIRE , TO LOCATE WAREHOUSES AND GET THREE MAGAZINES FREE. Conference to lie Held in tlw Windy City May Result In Changes In the FACTS rJ 1,1 EAST WiUU No ether medicine has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many gen uine testimonials as has Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In every community you fill find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Finkham's Veg etable Compound. Almost every one you meet has either been bene fited by it, or has friends who have. In the Finkham Laboratory at Lynn,Mas&, any woman any day may see the files containing over one mil lion one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, and here are the letters in which they openly state over their own signa tures that ther were cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made from roots and herbs, without drugs, and is whole some and harmless. The reason why Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound is,sc successful is because it contains in gTedients which act directly upon the feminine organism, restoring it to a healthy normal condition. Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to theii per should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. ARE YOU BUNCOED on your Sewing Machine 9 There Is, one sure way of get Ing what you pay for buy from a reliable house that has a reputation for honesty and Is here to stay. Anybody can make extrava gant claims for their machines, but they do not remain to make good their claims. Let us show you a Standard or White Sewing Machines We prove what we promise. Jesse Failing Market Movement Inaugurated by Growers of Wool In Effort to Frustrate Alleged Combine on Part ' of Buyers. Sam Ballantyne, secretary of the Idaho Woolgrowers' association, was In the city last night en route to Chi cago to meet tlje board of trade, prominent bankers and railroad men of that city regarding the wool stor age warehouse western sheepmen are desirous of locating there this sea son, says the Cheyenne Tribune. It this meeting Idaho will also be represented by Governor Fred Good-! Woolgrowers' association, and by Scott Anderson, of the Idaho asso: elation. Secretary Walker of the National and Wyoming associations left for Chicago this morning Presi dent Delfelder of the Wyoming asso ciation Is also expected to attend the meeting Arrangements have been made for the various western delegations to meet the board of trade, prominent bankers and railroad men of Chicago at a luncheon there Friday afternoon, and It Is expected as a result of this meeting a wool storage warehouse wllr be erected at once In the windy city similar to that Just compleed In Omaha through the efforts of Wyo ming woolgtowers. The capacity of the Omaha storage house, it Is thought, will be severely tested this season, and one twice as large is proposed for Chicago. Sec retary Ballantyne Is an enthusiast on this latest attempt of western wool growers to escape the middleman's profit, and says that a majority of Idaho sheepmen, now that they fully understand the plan, are anxious to see the Chicago project materialize. According to reports received from the wool centers of Wyoming, the es tablishment of the Omaha wool stor age warehouse has had an appreciable effect on the Industry In Wyoming. Eastern wool buyers are becoming more numerous but very few sales are made, and wools, especially from the central part of the state, are be ing moved to Omaha as rapidly as the! weather "will pertnit shearing and loading. The Omaha banks have announced they are In a position to make liberal loans on warehouse certificates. With the low prices offered for wool by the eastern buyers now In Wyoming, growers reel they are taking no chances by shipping to Omaha, where It Is said some of the larger manu facturers of the east have already made arrangements to place orders as soon as their clips are In. A Grand Family Medicine. "It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters," writes Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 438 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 Bitters 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 ft Co.'s drug store. 50c. Just Received Nice line of Men' Tan and Patent leath er Shoes at the old Shoemaker's on Court Street A. EKLUND Cut Out and'Bring in This Ad It will buy you a drink of "TRICKLE" The Jagless Joy Juice at the Pendleton DRUG COMPANY ronnrsniEiiEYCDivj tUk KMaty as Bla44r Right TEN -ROUND SCRAP ' AT MEADOR PARK Otto B. Frank Arranging Bout to Be Pulled Off Probably Tills Week. Admirers of the fistic game will probably have a change to witness a fast 10-round bout the latter part of the week at Meador Park, says the Walla Walla Bulletin. Eddie Conners, the lightweight wrestler. Is also a boxer of no little ability, having stacked, up against Kid Scaler, the Spokane pug, and other prominent fighters. Not being able to secure an opponent for a wrestling match. Conners has decided to take on a boxer by the name of Pearson, who now lives at Freewater, but for merly was a resident of Montana. Otto B. Frank Is In charge of the affair and Intends putting on .some other athletic contests In addition to the 10-round- go, announcements of which will be made later. x is 'if im-mwrn Mr - tXy ppareM OMENTA : : A , . m X( .I. ' 1 .Tin r r -n Un !wtyV. ta. Pvir-litUr, ,KUt. NY. 1 TSiP-tr All Three of These National Magazines Given Absolutely Free with the Semi-Weekly or Daily East Oregonian. Read the following offers, make your choice and send in your name at once, as these offers are good for a limited time only. Offer No. 1. Daily East Oregonian, by mail, 6 months $2.50 Spare Moments, monthly, 1 year . . ,50 The Mother's Magazine, monthly, 1 year . ,50 Dressmaking at Home, monthly, 1 year . 1,00 $150 All for $2.50, Paid in Advance. Offer No. 2. Semi-Weekly East Oregonian, 1 year . $1,50 Spare Moments, monthly, 1 year . . ,50 The Mother's Magazine, monthly, 1 year . ,50 Dressmaking at Home, monthly, 1 year . 1.00 $370 All for $1.50, Paid in Advance. CKOOK COUNTY CROPS REPORTED TO BE ALL RIGHT Present Indications Point to a Good Average Yield of Both Hay and Grain. Crook county will harvest a good crop of hay and grain this year. If present Indications hold out Two weeks ago discouraging reports were heard from all parts of the county because of the extremely cold spring and the great number of windy days. Then It was thought there would not be hay enough to feed the teams. The prospects for grain were thought to be even worse. Now this Is all changed. Considerable rain has fall en and everything assumes a new as pect. Sunshine was all that was needed and with It came nights suffi ciently warm to prevent frost. All the Irrigated farms In the country, without exception, will pro duce an average crop, and tho ma jority will do much better. The Crooked river and Ochoco val leys with their tributaries are waving green fields of alfalfa and grain. The dry farms do not look so well, but nearly all will produce remunera tive crops. Fruit has suffered In some locall ties, but a fair crop in reported. Some of the orchards have not been touched by the frost. The general condition of the range In good. Forest officials report good grass for stock In the reserves. The weather has been Ideal for growln purposes. Crook County Journal. Hotel St. George. Mrs. Welles, Umatilla; It. F. Jen kins, Portland; J. O. MeN'ab, Portland; H. tHrtz, St. Paul; S. Oldstein. Port land; F. W. Hall. Chicago; J. F. Badd ley, Weston; John Clancy, Portland; Cllften Cleaver, Echo; E. F. Rockfal low, New York; E. L. Rlbson, Boston; Mrs. H. J. Blough, Umatilla; Jessie C. Moore, Portland; J. J. Hogan, Port- I. 'tnd; - Charles Berkeley, Portland; Roy "Tompkins. Athena; John Tomp kins, Athena; B. Allng, Spokane; J. Johnson, Portland; F. E. Griff, Denver. W. R. Ward of Dyersburg, Tenn., writes: "This Is to certify that I have used Foley's Orlno Laxative for chronic constipation and It has proven without a doubt to be a thorough, practical remedy for this trouble, and It It with pleasure I offer my con scientious reference." Pendleton Drug Co. We always did envy a man who could keep his pockotknife sharp. Syrup sKis X onna lleanses trio Swtem Ef f ect ually.UlspcU lolcU andneaA ache s due to Constmation; Acts naturally, acts truly as a Laxative. Best forMenmpn and Child-iW-U)ungand Old. To fet iTsTenpicialEfect W Iw.the benuine which has The Jull name of the Com pany CALIFORNIA Ro Syrup Co. by wham t manufactured . printed en tfi . rn,fvr package. SOLD BIT ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS size ony. rejular pries Wf twttU Boats to Resume Run. After having been closed for sev eral days the locks In the Columbia at Cascades were re-opened today. and traffic will be once more re sumed on the Columbia between The Dalles and Portland, says The Dalles Chronicle. The Bailey Gatzert, of the Regulator Line, arrived this after noon on her regular round-trip sched ule, and the Dalles City will be In to night. The river has receded .7 of a foot during the past 24 hours, mak Ing altogether something more than a foot since the height of the flood was reached. It Is thought now that the waters will subside gradually to their normal state. The greatest height reached by the water this year was 37.1 feet on the 18th Inst. It Is not definitely known when the O. R. T. boats will resume ser vice, though It Is thought the Teal will make the trip within a day or two. one or. me most unrortunate re sults of the flood In Its relation to The Dalles was the ruining of sever al gardens on the beach. Portions of the beach had been placed under cultivation and the vegetables were progressing nicely when the high wa ter came, and with Its deposit of drift wood and sediment literally burled them. For sale at a bargain, a saloon bus iness In the best business corner In Vancouver, Wash., a rapidly growing city. Possession given July 1, 1908. Address Box 67, Vancouver, Wash. While unloading ties at Tekoa. Wash., Sunday three Greeks were caught by a falling pile of ties and severely Injured. One had his hip broken and one sustained a fracture of an ankle. The other was not so seriously hurt. The two with broken i bones were brought to Sacred Heart hospital In Spokane. DO YOU GET UP WITH A I,AME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. GOING EAST Northern Pacific Railway makes LOW ROUND TRIP FARES YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK Is directly reached from Livingston, Montana, at low fare In cluding all expenses of trip, and stopover for this trip can be secured on any kind or class of ticket regardless of limit of ticket. For full Information as to fares, train service, berth reserva tions, etc., call on or write 8. B. CALDERIIEAD, W. ADAMS, General Agent Walla Walla, Wash. Agent Pendleton, Ore. A. It. CHARLTOX, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 255 Morrison St, Portland, Oregon. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. Root, the great kid- II ncv, liver and blad- aer remeuy. It is the great med ical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered after years of scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney ana bladder specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, aric acid, catarrh of the bladder and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney troume. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- jmniended for everything but if you have kidney, liver or bladder iron oie it win De found just the remedy you need. It lias been tested in so many ways, in hospital orlc and in crivate practice, and has nrnvpd so successful in every case inai a special arrangement lias been made by which all readers of this paper, who have aot already tried it, may have a sample oottle sent free by mail, also a book tell ing more about Swamp-Root, and bow to find out if youhave kidney or bladder trou ble. When writing mention reaumg wis generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton.i N. Y. The regular I fifty-cent and one- dollar size bottles are a of swap.. told by all good druggists. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swatno-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, snd the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. Pendleton's Passenger Time Card Arriving Pendleton O. R. & N. Leaving Pendleton Portland Passenger . . 4:10 p. in. Chicago-Portland Special " 4:40 p. m. Portland-Chicago E.xpress 2 :55 a. m. Portland Passenger .... 8:00 a. m. Chicago-Portland Special 12:25 p. m. Portland-Chicago Express 1:05 a. m. O. R. & N. WASHINGTON DIVISION Spokane Passenger .... 4 :30 p. m. Walla Walla Passenger 10 :50 a. m. Spokane Passenger .... 12:30 p". m. Walla Walla Passenger 4:50 p. m. NORTHERN PACIFIC Pasco Passenger 11:30 a. m. and 2 :00 p. m. Pasco Passenger. 4:30 p. m. UMATILLA CENTRAL Pilot Rock Paesenger . . . 3:15 p. m. Pilot Rock Passenger . . . . .- 8 :45 a. m.