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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX. PEXDLETOX, OllEGOX MONDAY, MAY 17, 1909. EIGHT PAGES. Lofton, G. A. Character Sketches. London, Jack. Memoirs of Rob s 15 if ASK Women's Wool Suits At a Great Reduction $17.50 Tailored Suits $27.50 Tailored Suits $45.00 Tailored Suits s L i Af f fj g f Si". 11 JJi) $11.50 $21.50 $27.50 Wfc&- :fV. ..r- " 1 1 ' Any Women's Hat in the Store for $5 Take your choice of any hat in the house for $5 and remember the drastic reductions of our great May Sale are now in force. Men's New Spring Suits at HALF PRICE Continuing through the May Sale we will sell any of our summer suits up to $25 values for exactly HALF PRICE and all heavy weight and all suits over $25.00 values will be reduced ONE-THIRD. The Peoples Warehouse Save Your Coupons What Time Will the Clock Stop? Where it Pays to Trade MliHAKY HOARD lltGES THAT THEY E HETl'ltXRI) All Who Have Had I'm? of Library In fue I'u.-t I'wd to Examine Tliolr Vrivnto Sliflvos MLssIiijc Hooks Have -Murk of tlio .Pendleton Li brary Ust of Missing Hooks. Many books are missing from the Pendleton jmbKc library and the members of the board urge all who have had the use of the library In the past to examine their private col lections and return any volumes to the library that they may find. It Is hoped that every one will feel It his duty to give his Immediate at tention to this request and assist In returning these books to the library, where they will be classified and pre pared for circulation In the commu nity. All the books may easily be known by the private mark of the Pendle ton library, notwithstanding that the library numbers may have been lost or worn off. While a great many volumes of good fiction are out the more Import ant books are those of history and bi ography, etc., which belong to sets. These sets are almost valueless when broken and it !b quite expensive to re place them, for In most cases It would be necessary to purchase the complete new set. The following is a list of iho miss ing volumes: Adams, H. C. School Boy Honor. Aleott, L. M. Little Women. Atherton, Gertrude Rulers of Kings. . J. G. Betty Alden. F. II. Bridge of the Gods. Mrs. Llndon Bunch Grass Edward Looking Back- Austin Balch, Bates, Stories. Bellamy, ward. Black. William MacLeod of Dare. ' Blackmore, H. D. Lorna Doone. Buel, J. W. Heroes of the Dark Continent. Burnham, C. L. Next Poor. Burnette, F. H. Glovanne and the Other. Calne, Hall The Manxman. Carlyle, Thomas History of the French Revolution, vol. 1. Castle, H. A. Army Mule. Cervantes, S. D. do Don Qulxoto. Churchill, Winston The Crossing. ' Clodd, Edward Childhood of the World. Coolldge, S. B. What Katy Did.. Cooper, J. F. The Prairie. Cooper, J. F. The Spy. Correlli, Marie Ardath. Corelll, Marie Soul of Llllth. Correlli, Marie Thelma. Correlli, Marie Master Christian. Crane, Stephen Red Badge of Courage. Crane, Stephen George's Mother, Crawford, F. M. In the Palace of the King. Crockett, S. R. Gray Man. I Davis, li. II. Princess Aline. j Davis, R. H. Soldiers of Fortune. i Defoe, Daniel King of the Pirates. I Doyle. A. C. Adventures of Sher- ! lock Holmes. Dovlo, A. C. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Du Maurler, George Triiiiy Ebers, George Burgomaster's Wife. T. sleston, Edward The Graysnns Finiey, Martha Elsie's Holidays. Martha Elsie's Girlhood. Martha EIsIc'b Woman- VALUE OF RAILROAD PROPERTY 'ngton. An appeal goes forth interstate commerce com assistance In bringing ingress to appropriate to enable the com valuatlons of all the earliest e Is prompt the entire of rates aa the same high valuations by roads In southwestern cattle cases. Ask Special Session for Money. The commission proposes to ask the president and congress to grant the needed appropriation at a special ses sion. The commission believes It al ready has authority to make such valuations, but It lacks sufficient funds to do It properly. Not less than $1,000,000 Is to be asked for, and perhaps the total will be several mil lions before the valuation work Is completed. As the best thing the commission can do under existing conditions, It has employed State Engineer Thomp son of the Texas railroad commission to do the work In connection with the southwestern cases, he having made a valuation for the properties affect ed by these cases. Tf the commission la given the mon ked for, one of the first things to accept in part the results Muatlons of the northern by the engineer of the te railway commission submitted here In tried before the the business men i and all other sec , urge upon all mem- states that they sup . mission's request at this . Is asked that persistent be made, upon members .is time forward until the de result has been achieved. No Cut In Belmont Stakes New York. There will be no cut In tho Belmont stakes, the races which began Friday. The management has decided to face the music In re gard to the most famous of tho as sociation's stakes, which had already closed, without regard to the mone tary loss Involved, and the Belmont, $30,000 guaranteed; the Ladles, $5,000 added, and the National Stallion, $8, 000 added, will be run off without re duction in value. In addition to these events, an nouncement will be made In the near future of the opting and closing of eighteen other tialces, as well as of a program of overnight events long enough to furnish six races a day. The management at present does not promise more than ten days of actual racing. A prograng will be run off on Saturday, and three days' racing will be arranged for both the second and third weeks and two days for the fourth; but should the public patron age warrant It, extra racing days will be added In the course of the meeting. Smashes All Records. As an all-round laxative tonic and health-builder no other pills can compare with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They tone and regulate the stomach, liver and kidneys, purify the blood, strengthen the nerves; cure constipation, dyspepsia, b'llousness, jaundice, headache, chills and . ma laria. Try them. 25c at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co. Martha Elsie's Mother- Martha Elsie's Children. Henry Tom Jones. Horace Mentleulture. L. Honorable Peter Ster L. Honorable Peter Ster , L. Wanted, a Match- Flnley, Finiey, hood. Fin ley, hood. Finiey, Fielding, Fletcher, Ford, P, ling. Ford, P ling. Ford, T maker. Fox, John, Jr.--L!ttle Shepherd of Kingdom Come Frazer, Douglas Perseverance Is land. Garibaldi, Gen. Giuseppe Auto biography. Garlard, Hamlin Trail of the Gold Seekers. Goldsmith. Oliver Oration on Voltaire. Goss, W. S. "Jed." Groeaback, John Crittenden's Commercial Arithmetic. Hall. C.'W. Adrift In the Ice Fields. Hamerton, P. G. Thoughts About Art. Hardy, Thomas Return of tho Na tive. Harland. Henry Cardinal's Snuff Bex. Harte, Bret Bell Ringer of An gel's. Harte, Bret Luck of Roaring Camp. Harte, Bret Mrs. Skagg's Hus' band. Hervey, G. W. Rhetoric of Con versation. Hood, Thomas Whims and Oddl tics. Jaccacl. A. F. On the Trail of Don Quixote. Jackson, Helen (Hunt)--Between Whiles. Jackson, Helen (Hunt) Nelly's Silver Mine, Jepson, Edgar The Admlrablo Tinker. Kelghtley, S. R. Crimson Sign. Kldd Benjamin Social evolution, Kipling, Rudyard The Light That Failed. La Fountalnn, Lean de Fables. Landon, L. E. Poems. Leigh, O. H. G. Incidents In the Life of Voltaire. Lewis, W. M. People's Practical Poultry Book. Lodge, H. C. Alexander Hamilton. ert E. Lee. Longfellow, H. W. Kavanagh. Lydall, Edna To Right the Wrong. McCarthy, Justin Dear Old Lady Disdain. Mackenzie, R. S Life of Charles Dickens. Mason, C. A. Minister of the World. Matthews, J. H. Bessie and Her Friends. Matthews, J. H. Bessie Among the Mountains. Mill J. S. Political economy, v. 2. Montesquieu, Baron de Spirit of Laws, 2 v. Muhlbach, Louise Mohammed AH. Muhlbach, Louise Merchant of Berlin. Muhlbach, Louise Youth of the Great 'Elector. Cl'phnnt. Mrs. M. KIrsteen. Guide, Chandos. Parlt.T, Gilbert Seats of the Mighty. Pnrton, James Aaron Burr, v. 2. Palmer. Frederick Ways of Serv- Ice. Phillip;i, D. G. The Cost, rotter, F. II Haunted Pool. Read, Ople Thti Juckllns. Rives, H. E. The Castaway. Roe, E. P. From Jest to Ernest. Roe, E. P. Near to Nature's Heart. Roe, E. P. Without a Home. Rolfe, W. J., and Gilbert, J. O. Hand Book of Philosophy. Sand, George Consuello. Seawell, M. E. Little Jarvis. Seeley, C S. Lost Canyon of the Toltecs. Smith. F. H. Tom Grogan. Snaith, J. C. Mistress ' Dodothy Marvin. Stockton, F. R. Adventures of Capt. Horn. Stockton, F. R. Lady or the Tiger. Stockton, F. R. What Might Have Been Expected. Tarkington, Booth Gentleman from Indiana. Tasso Jerusalem Delivered. Taylor, Isaac Origin of the Ar yans. Tennyson, Alfred Poems. Turner, C. E. Russian Literature. Verne, Jules From the Earth to the Moon. . Wallace, Lew Ben Hur. Wallace, Lew Prince of India, v. 1. Ward, Mrs. Humphrey Eleanor. Warner, C. D. Golden House. Weber, Albrecht History of In dian Literature. Whltelng, Richard John Street. Wllkins, W. H. and Herb, Vivian Green-bay Tree. Wirt. William Letters of the Brit ish Spy. Younge, C. M. Caged Lion. Stoddard, J. L. Lectures, 1 vol. Bruekle, H. T. History of Civiliza tion In England. PETEIt WEST COMPlAIXS OP IiOCAL COXDITIOXS The following from the Lovelock Tribune of Lovelock, Nevada, reveals some of the recent woes of Peter West, the famous divorce getter of this city. In the last issue of the Tribune published a letter from Peter West, a former Lovelocker, and now a resi dent of Pendleton, Oregon, In which he complained quite bitterly against the local option laws of that town, and In general against the system whereby a man could not get a drink of whisky, without drinking It on the sly. On top of this calamity, was the fact that his dog "Pedro" had recent ly been poisoned. Speaking for Lovelock, we point out to Mr. West that there are none of the undesirable features here that are e::t:int In Pendleton. No restric tions on the amount of fiery liquid a man consumes, Just so he Is able to find the keyhole when he gets home. Instead of feeding dogs poison In Lovelock, some of the canines are fortunate enough to be fed on dia monds, as was the pet dog of Mrs. Felling, according to a news ItAn In today's Tribune. There Is nothing dry about Love lock except some of Judge Fitt's Joshes, and dogs are held In high re card, nnd on this record we extend an invitation to Mr. West to return to Lovelock nnd renew some of his old acquaintances here. ENGLISH ARTISTS IX ITXAXCIAL STRAITS London. The- rapid decl'no In re cent years In the prices paid for the work of modern artists has placed many English painters In financial difficulties. Economy has been im perative In many artists homes where not so long ago friends were enter tained In the most lavish scale. One well-known R. A. recently decided to dispose of a number of his pictures, which he calculated should realize at least 5,000. Ho was Introduced to a dealer who was described as enter prli;lng and fair In his prices. The dealer having duly called and been shown three pictures by the artist's wife, calmly offered 75 for the lot. Misunderstanding the amazed expres sion of the lady he said, reassuringly, as he thought. "Yes, and you shall have it In golden sovereigns In half-on-hour." Needless to 'say, the bar gain was not concluded. " Wouldn't You i Try the Bitters j j If you knew msltlvely that It would ' benefit your poor, weak stomach,! Inactive liver and constipated bow-1 els? Then you ought to get a hot- i tie Unlay, because for over 50 years i I It has dono those very things and I we have letters to prove It; but re ! member, It's HoHtetter's Stomach j Hitlers you want, so please Insist jon having It. It Is for Indigestion, I)SM'psln, Belching, Heartburn, I Contlveiiew, Liver and Kidney Ills and Malaria, Fever and Ague, See that our lYlvato Stamp over the neck of the bottle Is unbroken. It IguardB against counterfeit. A DEEP MYSTERY SOLVED. Women Blinded by Science. The Doctor writes his prescription In Latin and tliepatlont shuts nor eyes ti what she Is swallowing. She, takes that much on faith. If It should cure her she doesn't know what cured her. If the prescription Injures her she doesn't know what did tho Injury. Tho physician Is experimenting with dlfforout proscrip tions all tho time. Sometimes his medi cine Is successful in tho case, but ofton not. This mystery of a concealed pro scription Is Intended to mystify and to blind the patipnt. Ono physician of wide experience and national repututlon does not believe In mystifying tho public, nor does ho grasp at the stars, but believes, that Nature providoa that which Is noce jarv for our health and happiness. ' Wheu the womanly system Is deranged beyond tho stajo where it will resitoinl to sunshine, good air, cheer fulnims and proper rest; when the lulance of health Is seriously disturbod this doctor believes that Nature has placed at your hand the balance of powor for good, llldden In our American forests are many plants which correct and cure those distressing ailments which cause women to sillier with backache, bearing-down pains, pain In tho back or front of the head, nurvous tioss and lassitude. Most all women who love Nature, who like to wander through the woods, have at one time or another picked the bountiful biossom of the Lady's SllpperiCyprlpodlum). This Is no only a beautiful but a very useful plant. The root of this plant when treated properly with glycerino to extract its medicinal virtues U" valuable In all cases jf nervous excitability or Irritability," lays Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D. An other authority, Prof. V. Elllngwood, M. D.. says of this plant: "Exercise ipeclal Influence upon nervous conditions depending upon disorders of the female organs." Another plant which is fre quently found In our American forests Is Helonias, or Unicorn root. The Ameri can Dispensatory says of this plant, that It "possesses a decidedly bonelicial Influence In an enfeebled condition of the general system, with weakness or dull pain In the ronal, or lumbo-sacral (small of the back) region. In dls- eases of the womanly organs, It Is one of our most valuable agents, acting as a uterine tonic, and gradually removing abnormal conditions, while, at the same time It Imparts tone and vigor to the organs." Hence. It Is much used In ca tarrhal, pelvic drains, Irregularities and painful periods, l'rof. King further says, of Unicorn root: "A particular phase removed by It is the Irritability and despondency that often attends those troubles (reforring to the ailments Just mentioned). It has been found especially adapted to those cases In which pelvic fullness, nnd tho aching, bearing -down onmnt feel cut If they would fail out of the boify." Dr. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' lintel and Surgical Insti tute of Buffalo, Jf. V., says, that a com bination of the active principles of these two native plants together with Golden. Seal root, Black Cohosh and Blue Cohosh roots when extracted by the use of pure, trlplc-re fined glycerine of proper strength (which is used 'Instead of alcohol), will almost Invariably cure those peculiar weaknesses and maladies Incident to women. That Is why Dr. Pierce, nearly forty years ago, decided to out up In a ready to - use form, a Prescription " which he had found so useful In his large practice. Dr. Pierce Is frank and open about his ready-preparod medicine, called Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription he tells lust what is contained lu It ho says it Is not a cure-all, as It serves only a Singleness of purpose, being for women's peculiar wnatci, .sej and maladies, the only medicine put up for sale through druggists for the euro of such maladies, an tno ingreoioiits or wnicn nave mo en dorsement of leading medical practi tioners and writers, as Doing tne very best known remedies for tho aliments for which " Favorite Prescription " is advised. All this will bo learned to the reader's full satisfaction by perusing a booklet of extracts compiled by Dr. Pierce from Standard authorities of the several schools of practice, and which will bo tout free to anv address on request for same, mailed to Dr. li. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V. It stands almw. Dr. l'ierco's Favorite Proscription Is tho only medlclno for woman s peculiar .weakness and affec tions, all the Ingredients of which aro printed upon the bottlo-wranper in plain EwjlLsh. so that all who take It my Know exactly what they are using. A further reason for the unprecedented popularity of the "Favorite Proscription" pf Dr. Pierce for the special uso of women Is to be found in the fact that It contains not a drop of alcohoL He does not be lieve that an alcoholic compound Is bene ficial for those affections peculiar to women because the after-effect of spiritu ous wines or alcoholic medicines li harm ful for weak, Invalid, nervous women. What "Favorite Prescription" has flono for others It will no doubt, do ton tod. If similarly atlllcted, and you give it a good, fair aud faithful trial. TO-NIGHT THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Best Coods Best Servloe D. C. Graybeal CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, CAN. DIES, NUTS AND SOFT DRINKS. 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