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DAILY EAST ORHGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1009. EIGHT PAGES. ANOTHER WOMAN JURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound fiardinnr M.iine. " I have been 1 frreat sufferer from organic troubles anaa severe ieiuaie 5 1 weakness. T fa e doctor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, but I could not boar t think of it. 1 i cided to try Lydia E. llnkham's Ycr etable Compound and Sanative Va and wasentirel) cured after three mnnths' use of them." Mrs. S. A. Williams, B- F. D. No. 14, Box S8, Gardiner, Ale. . , Xo woman should submit to a surgi cal operation, .which may mean death, until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound, made exclusive ly from roots and herbs, a fair triaL This famous medicine for women has for thirty rears proved to be the most valuable fcmic and renewer oi the female organism. Women resid ing in almost every city and town in the United States bear willing testi. rnony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Rnkk&m's Vegetable Compound. It eureg female ilia, and creates radi ant, buoyant female health. ",7u are ill, fcr your own sake as well as those you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Pinkbam, at Lynn, Mass., Invites all sick women to writ her fcr advice. Ileradvlce is free, and nlvrays helpful. Pastime Theatre 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 THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. TOUR BEST IITESTKEIT-OUR EXPERIEICE r TimOW QVT THE LINE. Cive litem Help and Many Pendleton People Will Be Happier. "Throw Out the Life Line" The kidneys need help. They're overworked can't get the poison filtered out of the blood. They're getting worse every minute. Will you help themT Doan's Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verge of despair. Will cure any form of kidney trouble. Mrs. G. W. Propeck of Elgin, Ore., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have proven of great value to me. Kidney complaint troubled me all my life and I was gradually becoming worse. X never found a remedy that would give me relief and my life was a bur den. I was subject to dizzy spells, my back ached severely and the kidney secretions were so Irregular In pas sage as to cause me great Incon venience. Whenever I took the least cold. It was sure to settle In my kid neys and greatly aggravated my suf fering. I tried several remedies which seemed to give me temporary relief but the attacks were sure to return. At last I learned about Doan's Kid ney Pills and procured a box. Before I had taken one-half the contents I was free from backache and my kid neys became normal. I have not had any trouble since and give Doan's Kidney Pills the credit for my pres ent good health." For sale by all dealers. Price BO cents. Fester-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. t . ... ... 4 1 S OF MILTON HOTS WILL W ALK FKOM MII.TOX TO PACIFIC COAST XjocvA I-aild Will Scatter Advertising Material for Milton Altmg the Way Will Likely Start Early in July Monitors of I. O. O. F. IftJld a Ilnn nunt in Their w Hull Profits in StnnVborries. (Special Correspondence.) Mttton, June 6. A novel scheme for advertising Milton and the Walla Walla 'Valley has been devised by two Milton "young men, who have announ ced their intention of waTfcing from this city to the coast this summer to attend "the Alaska-Yukon-Pnclfic ex posh ron. These young men ure Her schol Henderson, son of Rev. T. F. Henderson and part owner In one of Miltori's up to date grocery establish ments, and Earl Storm, son of Mrs. I,. B. Storm, a local milliner. Messrs Hendeson and Storm propose to go equipped with letters of Introduction from the mayor and the president and secretary of the local commercial or ganization. The local pedestrians have -planned to leave'Milton on their cross country trip about the 6th of July, and ex pect to spend about two weeks in making the trip to the const. At each of "the towns visited advertising literature dealing with the resources and advantages of the Milton coun try will be left. Interviews will also be given to the newspapers In the towns through which the men travel. Although no definite map of travel has as yet been decided upon, It Is lifcely the 'boys will leave Walla Walla and go by way of Pasco, Kennewlck. and In the main follow the route of the Northern Pacific railway to tho coast. Ilunquct at I. O. O. F. Tlall. The lodge rooms and banquet ha'tl. of the new Odd Fellows hall, which has recently been completed In this city at a enst of $25,000 were the scene of a gala occasion last night when more than 300 friends and mem bers of the I. O. O. F. order In Milton and Freewater flooded the halls and apartments of the new hall at a house warming followed by an elaborate banquet. Those who attended pro nounce the occasion one of the most elaborate and enjoyable affairs of a similar nature ever seen In this part of the Walla Walla -valley. Following the program of addresses and musical numbers given below, the guests as sembled around the festive board to the number of 300 and partook of" an elaborate banquet. The program was as follows: Piano so1 by Mrs. T. C. Frazier; address by Rev. C. T. Rex road; piano solo by Miss Lois Shan gle; address by President W. C. How ard, of Columbia College: vocal solo by Mrs. C. T. Wodwin; address by W. A. Bannkster; violin solo by Mrs. T. C. Frazier; recitation by Miss Bertha Hoon; address by C. T. Godwin; ad dress by D. C. Sanderson, editor of the Freewater Times; vocal solo by Geo. P. Sanderson; address by Henry Tay lor of Pendleton. Profits in Strawberries. Jot Irons, who owns a house and less than a quarter of an acre of ground in Xorth Milton, today re ceived returns on this season's straw berry crop and the figures are of con siderable interest to fruit growers of this vicinity. From his patch of less than a quarter of an acre he took this year 34 crates of berries, receiv ing an average price of $3.81 net, at the warehouse of the Shields fruit company of Milton. The yield of Mr. Iron's strawberry bed Is a good Indi cation of what can be done in this strawberry business on Milton-Free-water lands. Milton Personal Notes. Mrs. C. M. Hall of Ellensburg, Washington, arrived in Milton yes terday to spend several days visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Howard. Mrs. Hall will leave within a few days for the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atkins of Heppner. J. B. Pierl and her mother, Mrs. H. S. Pierl, were business1 visitors in Walla Walla yesterday. Entries for Milton's annual horse show are being received every day. It Is thought this will be the largest eveht of its kind ever known In Mil ton or this part of the Inland Empire. Today has been "nail day," with the city marshal and hU deputies, and today many of the Bidewalks in Mil ton are In considerable better con dition than they have been. Large nails protruding above the level of the walk have been driven down and many new one put In where they were needed. Marshal P. N. Stevens Is a busy man these days putting the streets and public grounds of the city In shape for the strawberry festival on Tuesday. rr . JJJ, TTtv Every woman covets a shape-v-MiJ ly figure, and many of them mM . i tit.: ii uepiurc urc loss vi mcir fin ish forms after marriage. The bearing of children is often destructive to the mother's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this liniment prepares the. body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend makes the danger of child-birth less, and carries her fully teQ of the benefit and ml 11 11 11 LSsfb relief derived from the use of Ms ready. BOOKSUUWd rrm-tnallrxprccintmntoera. XH BiUDFIELD REGULATOR CO, Atlanta. Ga. ft S OF DM P.1X.1X ERECnOX'OF XFAT CHTOC1I nilLPIXG Work to Begin ns Soon as Basement Is llcaily 320-Acre Farm In Cold Springs Canyon Sells for $10,000 Several Iocal People File on 320- Acro Tracts Xear COW Sprliij Other PcrsonaK (Special Correspondence.) HoUlman, . Ore., June 5 David Van Skiver of Weston, who has the contract for erecting the new church building, is on the ground busily en gaged In preparing materials for quick building as soon as the concrete basement and foundation are ready. Dr. Campbell, wife and son Ralph were visitors at the ranch Tuesday. Dr. John Bishop, our expert gar den man and potato grower, Is in Pendleton looking after business in terests. Claude Cady, who has been sick for some time, Is around again and able to take up his work. U Pays $ I6.O0O for a Farm. James Kimery has purchased the Cal Cole farm of 320 acres, situated up the Cold Springs canyon and near ly due north of Pendleton, paying $16,000 for it. He will not leave the Holdman ranch until after harvest. lsom Bentley and daughter "Maud are spending a few days with his brother near Pendleton. Walter J. Thorn, Floyd Guerrant, E. W. Thorn, W. A. Fraser and .. F. Steel each filed upon a half section of land near the mouth of Cold Springs canyon this week and pro pose to hecome bona fide residents of the public domain within a short time. W. L. Guerrant, Mark Lemmond and Rev. Charles Cunningham are attending the conference of the TJ. B. church being held at Spokane this week. They will return Monday. Cash Deal, a brother of William and- Chester Deal, arrived recently from Michigan and will spend the summer with them. " Government Agent Crowler Is In our locality looking up homestead troubles. Women Who Are Envied. Those attractive women who are lovely In face, form and temper are the envy of many, who might be like them. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation or kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion. For all such Electric Bitters work wonders. They regulate stomach, liver and kidneys, purify the blood, give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, . velvety skin, lovely complexion. Many charm ing women owe their health and beauty to them. 60c at Tall & Co. and the Pendleton Drug Co. Slabwood, We want to dispose of several cars In 4 ft. lengths. Ask us for price In any quantity. OREGON LUMBER YARD. STATE G. A. It. ELECT XEW OFFICERS Corvallls, Ore. At the business session of the G. A. R, encampment, Astoria was chosen as the place for next year's gathering. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as fol lows: Department commander, Captain J. P. Shaw, if Mllwaukle; senior vice- commander, W. G. Lane, of Corvallis; Junior vice-commander, Sain Taylor, of Eugene; medical director. Dr. J. H. Hall; chaplain, Rev. Kerr, of Port land. Delegates to the National En campment at Salt Lake City In Au gust, S. Copple, Enos Swann, W. Hartmus and Daniel Webster. Captain Shaw was elected comman der by acclamation, and bears the distinction of being the first com mander so selected In the history of the Oregon Department. Captain Shaw Is editor of the Mllkaukie Rec ord. He saw military service at 17 years of age and now carries In his body something less than a quarter pound of Confederate lead, as well as several sabre cuts. The feature of today's activities was the parade In the morning. Thb was made remarkable by the num ber of veterans In line, there being not less than 400keeping step to the music of fife and drum. Veterans who have attended all the conven tions of recent years, say the showing In Corvallls today was far greater than at any time heretofore. Tho Corvallis high school was pre sented with a 25-foot flag by the W. R C. This was raised to the top of a 50-foot pole previously erected on the school grounds. A campflre tonight and a business session tomorrow will close tho encampment. Miss Morgan's Restaurant. New York. Miss Morgan, daugh ter of J. Plerpont Morgan, has gone into the restaurant business. She has been the principal promoter of the eating place which the National Civic Federation will conduct at the Brook, lyn navy yard and which has Just been formally opened. Miss Morgan was Introduced to the brawny workers at the yard and manifested great interest In their work. She Is a leading spirit In the welfare section of the federa tion, and the restaurant, which will provide well-cooked, healthful food at cost, is said to have been her project. More moving pictures shown than any other theatre In the city the Pastime. Her View of Art. An old gentleman who owned a fine estate not far from the country seat of the Duke of Devonshire (which Is open to the public when the duke Is not there) one day drove with a party of friends to this famous residence, taking with him his house keeper, Martha, a good old soul who had been with him a great many yea re. Arriving at Chatsworth, they passed slowly through room after room of almost priceless pictures. But Martha spake never a word, al though It was evident that she was not missing anything. Each and every picture that her eye lit on un derwent a most rigid scrutiny, much to the amusement of the rest of the party. At last her master turned to her and said: "Well, Martha, what do you thing of It ail?" "Why," exploded Martha raptur ously, "I canna see a speck o' dust anywhere!" LIppincott's. THE GRAND THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS" Entire Change of Program This Week All Good Ones All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c Usual Matinees. Orpheum Theatre Pendleton's Favorite Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Show. Program Changed Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Special Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Admission to All Matinees 5c and 10c. Evenings 10c and 15c Children Under 12 Free Every Sat. Afternoon J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr. Are YOU in the Channel ? "lie that will not be ruled by the rud - der must bo ruled by the rock ;" and the merchant who does not "believe" in news paper advertising acquires n belief in "the sheriff,' oftentimes. Nipped in the Hud. "So they arc going to put a tariff ot 8 cents a pound on tea?" queried the woman as she halted before the grocer in his door. "I bolleve they are, ma'am," was the reply. "That is, you will have to pay 8 cents a pound more for It." "That's it." "And lose 8 cents a pound?" ''Tou can't mean that you will make your customers pay 8 cents more a pound?" "That's the way it will be, ma'am, but, you see, the 8 cents will be spread amontf so many that no one person will fuel the Increase." "But I'll never pay it never," she shouted. . "No?" "I'll stop tea and take up butter milk." "Yes, but congress knew that you would figure that way, you see, and so it has Imposed a duty of 15 cents a gallon on buttermilk. Stick to the tea, my good woman, and save just half." Notice to. Ice Coiswueirs ICE ICE Wfltch.fop tine Ice Wagoi ( The Ice Wagon will only make one trip daily, if you want ice hang out your J i l n 1 1 Tl 1 ! 1 1 card Dy ociock every morning, inose navmg no cams pnone to the office and the driver will call and leave you one. Wagon Will Run in the Forenoons Only, on Sundays. Pendleton Ice fi Cold Storage Co.