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HAILY EAST 0RE;OMA, Pf:S'ILEToN ottUCIOH. Monday. ,l l,Y ft, lOOfl, PAGE THREE, MADE WELL AND STRONG By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Bardstown, Kv. "I suffered from BicerEttonandotarfeinaletronblefor I B I"'..- tin it r. Doc tor had failed to hen me. Lydia E. nniiiiam s egeta- ble Compound was recommended, and I decided to try it. toured mytrouble and made me well ind strong, ho that l can do ail myown work." Mrs. .lo.s Effl Hall. Hards- i town, Kv. Another Woman Cured. Christiana, Term.--" I suffered from the worst form of female trouble, so that at times 1 thought I could not live, and my nerves were in a dreadful condition. Lydia E. l'inkhain's Wgn tahle Compound cured me, and made me feel like a different woman. Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Componad i worth Its weight in gold to inftertng women "- Mil-.. MARY H'ooti.lU'.li.u. If jrou belong to that countless army of women who Buffer froin some form of female ills, don't hesitate to try Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from roots and herbs. for thirty years this famous romedv haa been the .standard for all forms Of female ills, and has cured thousands Of women who have heen troubled with uch ailments as displacements, fibroid tumors, ulceration, inflammation, ir regularities, backache, and nervous prostration. If you want sprclnl nrivinc wrlto for it toM i. PlnkhamlLTimtMMi. It is free and always In Jjitiil. n it m 7 iM m "1 I MIDI) ItlU.HIItl iioii) SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE Outside Visitors. (Jive Valuable Aid Sum of 11800 Is Raised for the Chorcti Boocvotenl Pond Minis ten Arc stationed for the Fear Iuiik'h ('Union Bodgens, An (ll Pioneer Dice Popular Pontllj Loaves for Walla Wnlln. THE PICKWICK ...HOTEL... Seaside - Oregon "Home rooking a specialty." 16 large, beautiful roonSS, over looking the ocean. A BOW modem house, at I outside rooms A home like place for particu lar people. . Mrs. E. E. Longenberger Manager OPI". MOORE HOTEL. P. O. BOX 434. THROW OI T THE l.r.NR Give i i" in Help nnd Many Pendleton People Will lie Happier. "Throw Out the Life. Line" The kidneys need help. They're overworked can't get the potun filtered out of the blood. They're getting worse every minute. Will you help tliem? Doan's Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verse of despair. Will cure any form of kidney trou ble. Mrs fi. W. Propcck of Elgin, Ore., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have prOVeil Of great value to me. Kidnoy complaint troubled me all my life and I vn gradually becoming worse. I never found a remedy that would give me relief and my life was a bur den. I wan subject to dizzy spells, my back ached severely and the kidney secretions were so Irregular In pas sage as to cruro me great Incon venience Whonover I took the least rold. 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 hnd taken one-half the contents I was free from backache and my kid neys beenmo normal. I have not had anr trouble since and alvo Doan's Kidney Pills the credit for my pres ent good health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unltsd States. Remember tho name Doan's and take no other. (Special Correspondence.) I'Vcewatcr, July 3. The United Brethren conference has Just closed a very .successful session at Huds m Hay. where it was held In Gallagher's grove at (he close of a grand two weeks' revival meeting. Tho ltev BlShOp Hartley presided, ltev. J. II. Marlatt was elected presiding elder The visitors were present who added much t'p the interest of the meeting, (lav. Dr. J. Howe of Huntington, Ind., general missionary secretary, ami the Rev. Emma Baldwin f the North ohio conference, who ih visiting the coast oon fere noes in the interests of the Woman's Missionary society. The sum of $ir00 was raised at the con ference for the church benevolent fund. The stations for the year were as follows: Hudson Hay, J. R. Pershull; I'mu tllla, J. M. Davidson; Dayton, J. B. Hopkins; Hlue Mountain. S. M Brenk;; Peola, a W. Dlckeson; Tu Cannon. 8. M. Mathers; Albion, J. It. Hughcy; Rockford, D. J. Harnhart; St. John, J. P. Kennoyer; Mondavi, J. H. WllSOni Kndlcott, to be supplied by a student fripm Edwards colleges old Pioneer Die. James Clinton Hodgcn, one of the oldest settlers In I'matllla county, died at his home at Hudson Bay on Monday, June 2H, from the effects of u. cancer. Mr. Hodgcn was highly re spected by all who knew him and will be truly mourned by his relatives and neighbors He was born in Frank fort, Ind., May 19, 1 R 3 r. , was married in 158 to Miss Rebecca Hodgen at t'nlonville. In 1R64 they crossed the plains and settled In this valley. He Is survived by Ills wife nnd six chil dren: William and Fred of Hudson Hay; Orlando of Adams; Louis of Pendleton and Mrs. M. H. Atkinson and Mrs. Qhotflson. Mr. Hodgens was one of the Incorporators of the Hud son Hay Ditch company. The funer al services were held on Tuesday from his residence and were conducted by the ReV, B. F. Harper f Hie valley Presbyterian church and Interment , took place at the Ford cemetery. It ! was the largest funeral ever seen in , Hi valley, sixty-seven carriages be- Ing in the procession. Mr. and Mrs Harry Badger 0 and 1 t' -eir daughter, Miss Pearl Hadgero. , lift t!ils (Ity yesterday and have gone jto'llve In Walla Walla. Mr. Hadgero : has been the manager of the Peacock I Mill company in tivs city for a num- i ber of years and has lately resigneil his positions and expects to start In business for himself In the near fu ture. The family will be greatly mtSSed in this vicinity us they have been very active In the social life of the community, also In the different lodges to which they belong, Mrs. Hadgero was the first noble grand in Stalled in the Hebeckah lodge, which was Inaugurated here a little over a year ago and a fr w evenings ago the sisters ppf Integrity lodge 1T', , O. 0. j F. of Freewiiter, met at her home nnd spent a pleasant evening. They pre seated Mrs. Hadgero with a beautiful past grand pin as a token of their I esteem Last WedjpJ sday Mrs. Had- , gero was tin- hostest- of an at home and entertained the Rebeckaha. Miss Pearl win nisip be greatly missed ; and leaves a number I" warm friends oenina ner. one is a pianist oi greai promis. and of more than usual abil ity and was always willing to help at the numerous entertainments. It Is with gnat regret we lose them from our city. HER MISTAKE. The Way It Was Explained to Her by the Clumsy Man. Owing to the fact that the car lurch ed suddenly us lie was passing aloug the aisle lSronson was deprived of his balance, with the result that In attempting to save himself from fall ing be clutched one of the shoulders of a handsome woman who had suc ceeded In getting a seat. Moreover, he knocked her beautiful hat awry and with great difficulty avoided step ping on her toes. Ah he gaccogdgd In recovering ids equilibrium the lady turned toward bin and said; "You contemptible pup! I wish you to understand that I am not a lamp post or a piece of furniture to lie clung to for support. You ought to ride in a cattle train. You have no right to crowd in when you can tear other people to pieces with your big, awkward hands. You pitiful clown: You ought to lie thrown out Iota the street. You are not lit to be allowed to go where you are likely to inter fere with the comfort of refined peo ple. You unmannerly bumpkin! You deserve to be" "EkCUae me, madam." BfOBfOO man aged to say, "you have made n mis take." "A mistake!" the lady demanded, tier eyes flashing with wrath. "What (!' yon mean?" "I am not your husband." Chicago Record-Herald. THE CLERMONT. First From Passage by Steamboat New York to Albany. Iu August, 1808 the exact day Is n matter of dispute the steamboat Cler mont made the first passage by steam from New York to Albany. The dis tance, somewhat less than 150 miles, was covered In thirty-two hours, a record hailed us a triumph In speed, for previously the passage between the two cities averaged four days. Robert Fulton hnd experimented with steam several years, but the Cler mont was the first lxiat he constructed on a large scale. As he could not get the engine he wanted in this country he ordered one from England. The Clermont was so reconstructed In the following winter that It gave more commodious accommodations to trav elers, and the year 180S, which was the first year of regular travel by steamboat. Fulton made It a point to start his boat precisely on scheduled time. Curiously enoutrh. a portion of the public complained of this. It was not until well along !:i the tmnmcr that travelers got neeustnmfd to it. Previously beats had been held for tWO hours at the request of passen gers who weren't ready. Pulton's per severance won public approval before the season closed.-Anaconda Standard. Drop a cake of Ivory Soap in bath tub or washbowl do you have to grope for it? No! Up, up it comes to the surface of the water. That is one of Ivory's advantages over other bath and toilet soaps it floats. Other advantages are: It is pure; it lathers freely; it con tains no "free" alkali; it leaves the skin as smooth as satin. Ivory Soap 994too Per Cent. Pure. PIONEER INDIAN FIGHTER MOVES TO PORTLAND Portland. William Morfitt. for 40 years a Malheur county stockman and a pioneer of 1X47. has recently closed out his Interest In and near Ontario, fire., and purchased prop erty In this city, when- he Intends making his future home. Mr. Morfitt Is one of the best In formed men in the Pacific north west on the early history of the Ore gon country and northern Califor nia He remembers numerous inci dents connected with the Indian wars of 'r2 and '55 and was a wit ness of many thrilling scenes in the early pioneer rays of eastern Ore gon. He wag a scout on the staff of General Howard In the Piute war of 1878 and was Intimately acquainted with that daring obi Indian fighter. Mr. Morfitt was a friend and as sociate of Generals Hood and Crook when they were lieutenants In the same company stationed at Fort James, California, in 1 KT.3 He knew many of the young army officers, who in the early 50's, were statloni at military forts In Oregon and north ern California and who afterward he came famous as commanders in the federal and confederate armies. Mr. M'prfltt in a native Of England. He came to this country when very young with his parents, and crossed the plains when but nine years of age. Although past 72, he is still leading an active, busy life. Cleared His Doubts. A well li'i'pv.n F.ngllsh gentleman engaged i tall and powerful hi-.'ii-lander to ad as gamekeeper on hit s fate. Having been a considerable tine at his post and not having caught any poachers, the gentleman suspect' cd bis gamekeeper of carelessness. I So one dark nlrht he fHagnleed him self and went out with a gun to poach on his own trronnd. He had fired only OUd or two shots when he was stid denly pounced opon from behind and his run wrenched a v.-ny. Then 1:1 !;s and blows were showered npon him until he fell down half Insensible. The hi -iii under then talked away quietly, and when the gentleman re covered guffldently he crawled hone ami took to his bed fcr two weeks. Etc has now do doubts as to whether the man can perform his duly or uot. Night Rider's Raid. The worst n'ght riders are calomel, croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your bed' to rob you of rest. Hot so With Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. They never distress or inconvenience, hut always cleanse the system, curing Colds, Headache, Constipation. Ma laria. 95c, at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendb ton Drug Co.'s. For Rent Unfurnished room In Fast Oregonlan building: large and cool; electric lights: bath on same floor. Inquire this office. Now Is the Time Before the Hot Weather to Install a Gas Range. Are You Compelled to , work in jb. hot dirty kitchen, carrying wood and t I coal and shaking grates, ' B m start your fire an hour before you will use It, i -kp f.oKtne tn,. I and men nave oniy a i .7 ." . rnnnuclv IIMIa ..',.. .,..!, i, i;ah Intra. warm and your hot cakes white and doughy. pay a fuel bill big enough to stagger your pocketbook. spend nearly all your time In the, kitchen, get ting yourself all dirty and too tired to go and dress to go out and enjoy yourself. PONT YOL THINK YOU HAD BETTER THROW OUT ALL THIS HOT, HARD WORK, BUY A GAS RANGE AND COOK WITH OAS? Then you can get your meals In your best gown without soiling it. Turn a valve and strike a match and you have a strong, steady, concentrat ed heat any time of DAY or NIGHT and at a second's notice, and ALL THESE HOT SUMMER DAYS WILL NOT BE SPENT IN A HOT, DIRTY KITCHEN. When you're down town drop In our office and let us jhow you all about a gas range. Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. Matlock Building. GRAND THEATRE THE "ALWAYS LEADS" This Week Billy Nixon and Minnie Moran Comedy Singers Talkers, and Dancers All Good Ones All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Pricea 10c and 15c Usual Matinees. 'ARMER8' lY T THE SEATTLE EXPOSITION m i T. S NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received up to 6 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, July 6, 1909, for furnishing school district No. 16, Umatilla county, Oregon, with 100 cords of red fir wood In four foot lengths, same to be cut from green body timber and to be sea soned; and 1 2 r tons of lump coal, each bidder to specify the kind of coal to be sup plied. The board of directors reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. Said fuel to bo delivered at the different schools as directed by tho city superintendent of schools. Address all bids to the undersigned and endorse the envelope, "Proposals for Furnishing Fuel." LOT LIVERMORE. Clerk of School District No. 18. Seattle. July h. I'anides, picnics, music, fireworks and sporting events will mark the celebration of farmers' daj at the Alaalca-Yukon-Pacllic x )p.isiii;in Soitenil'r x. Oj I p. Wilson of I'ong, III., hai been appointed director general of tlw day and Is preparing an elaborate pro gram in which all farmers of the ttorthwttat Will be Interested. At both Ihe St. Luis and Janvstown exposi tions all arrangements for the jay set aside fur the tamers were made by Director General WJUson. The npprnhug parade al the exposi tion on farniejs- day will be partici pated in by agriculturists from Wash ington, Idaho, Oregon and British Co lumbia. Then will come the address of welcome by President Chilherg. Shortly after 12 o'clock the farmers will assemble on tJhe ground Bear the shores of like Washington for a basket picnic. During the afternoon it Is proposed tip have an unusual feature known as the B.lla of Christendom In which 700 young girls from various parts Of the United Btatoa will take part Wire connections will be made wilh bells in Seattle and about Ihe cities of Puget Sound anil st a given signal the young Kirls will press the elec tric buttons, ringing hundreds of bells. The rainbow banquet In the even ing will be an international affair for Invitations arc to be sent tO foreign countries to have representatives present on farmers' day. Partners from ail over the north- Weal will COmt tO Seattle in great numbers for the celebration of far mers' Jay and September s will no doubt be a banner day In the history of the Pacific World's Fair. Hcrr.e, Sv-vtct Home. The old UUtU eat on the park sent, rivers (pf tear.: flooding !ii:i clothes. A sympathetic passerby, noting the high tide, stopped and asked if be were 111. "Yes, sir." said the sorrowing old follow "I'm twt 'nl l...l nit-a f. - I ome, The 'ouse thai 'as sheltered me 1 for years la to be torn down, and I 'ave&'t penny to my name to stni) it- j Everybody will be turned out. and goodness knows what 11 'appen to'emr' i "i oor soui:" said the sympathetic passerby, bestowing a penny on the sad old man. "That isn't much, but you are welcome to It. And where is this old home of yours, my friend?" "Up at the Joll, sir," replied the old man. "It seems very hard. I've lived there five and twenty years." London Opinion. How -to Make a Cup of Cocoa. Take a tahlespoonful of cocoa and put It in a tin cup. Add one teaspoon ful of granulated sugar and one tabie spoonfiil of bulling water. Mix well, so that there will not be any lumps of cocoa. Pour a little less than one half pint of milk Into a saooepan and cook it, stirring all the time, until It is scalded that Is, until a film forms on It and it begins to bubble a little. Stir the cocoa mixture Into this and coos? until it boils up. De llneator. II fJsWrTsHllI If iii mm 1 ' Iwonee I The aroma-tight can protects I it against impurities and deteri- I oration never sold In bulk. B ! I Vour grocer will prind it I better if ground at home uot 111 too fine. I 1 5 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.IP. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr. Businesslike. The BetoTed One -Yon object to Horace because he's not businesslike. Stern Parent Certainly; lie's only aft er you for your money. Beloved One Well, pa, doesn't thai prove he's businesslike? Kansas City Independent. Sawdust. We can supply you In any quan tity cheap. OREGON LUMBER YARD. Not Matter of Chance. The Vicar Is It true, Samuel, that your father allows games of chance to be played In, your bouse! The Roy There ain't no chance about It, zur; they all cheats! -London Opinion. Where there Is much pretension much lias been borrowed; nature never preteuds. Lava tor. Automobile stage to Lehman springs. Inquire Pendlteon Auto Co. The Most Beautiful Homes Built Today, Are Being Made of Concrete Blocks. They are pret tier, more sufc t a n tin I and far more comports- ble in either hot or cold weather. See my many beautiful de signs in con crete blocks before you build your home. Contractor and Builder Concrete stands unsurpassed for Basements, Foundations, Walls, Fences and Curblns. It looks better am! lasts longer than stone. I will furnish f you estimates for any clas of work on application. n zx 7wzr a I 11 1L X Willow Sts.