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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLITTON, OREGON. MONDAY. OCTOBER 11. H(. i :k . 1 1 1 i'Acjes. ANOTHER WOMAN CURED By Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner, Maine." I have been a ireat sufferer from organic troubles I BUUM r Vt'lf irumie weakness. The doctor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, but 1 could not bear to think of it. 1 de cided to try Lvdia E. Pinkham's veg etable Compound and Sanative V ash and w as entirely cured after three months' ne of them." Mrs. S. A. Williams, R. P. D. No. 14, Boi 39, Gardiner, Me. Xo woman should submit to a surgi cal operation, w hich may mean death, until she has given Lydia E. Pinkhaiu't Vegetable Compound, made exclusive It from roots and herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and renewer ol the female organism. Women resid lng in almost every city and town in the United States bear willing testi. mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compounu. It cures female ills, and creates radi ant, buoyant female health. If you are ill for your own sake as well as those you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Pinkbara, at Lynn, Mass., Invitee all sick women to write her for advice. Her advice is free, and always helpful. A. L. Schaefer Successor to L. HUNZIKER. PeniUeton's Leading Jeweler. Beautiful line, Just received, of JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. DIAMONDS. WATCHES. Expert repair department and all work guaranteed. "The Best is Cheapest in the End" we keep the best only. Lora Perry Instruction in piano, pipe or gan and harmony. Graduate of Conservatory of Harrisburg, Penn. 308 E. Alta St. or Pendleton Academy. PENDLETON". OREGON. Buy Your Meat OF THE EMPIRE MEAT CO. phono Main 18. Always fresh and wholesome. Delivered promptly. Fresh fish daily, steaks, chops, roasts, sausage, hams, bacon and lard. WILLIAMSON HAFFNBRCO ENGRAVERS TWNTERS DENVER, COLO ons XrjSWZ - THE BOWMAN BAR For Stahl Famous Near Beer Pints and Qyarts City Near Beer on Draught All kinds of Soft Drinks, Cigars, Fruits and Confectionery. MARTIN ANDERSON, Prop. HERMISTON HAPPENINGS MAV ram BELL IS READY to SOUND ALARM l Vow Hun;; in New Stool Tower Contra! Moot Mattel Changei Hand' ObrUtUuH Kmk-uvor Pluus BootoL Bermleton, ore., Oct. 11. Hangtni in mid-air und which can be seen for a considerable distance, the new 800 jiouiut firo bell, purchased by the Her milton volunteer fire department, is ready to sound the alarm of trouble and peel out n. call for help. The bell is hung in the new steel tower recently received and which was erected the first of the week on the triangular plot of ground donated to the city by the Maxwell Land & Irrigation company. The tower stands 36 feet high, which will permit tho bell to be heard several milea. To his residence on Main street, Ash Pierce is having a spacious ad dition built on the south side of his residence, and will also extensively remodel the old apartments. Four large rooms are being added and modern plumbing conveniences will be installed. The Central meat market, of which E. R. Glese has been proprietor for some time, was purchased this week by John Wurster, who has been in the meat business for many years. Mr. Wurster was formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, where he successfully conduct ed a large meat market. Since his arrival here, several months ago, he has taken up a homestead two miles east of Hermlston. The voune people of the Christian Endeavor of the Baptist church have completed arrangements for a social to be given Wednesday evening in the Xewport-Sklnner hall. Having attended to business affairs in Wallace Idaho, J. W. Tabor, an extensive property owner of Hermis ton, returned the first of last week. S. R. Beasley and family, formerly of Irrlgon, have established their home in this city and are occupying I the Hartwick cottage on Gladys ave I nue. State Engineer John H. Lewis was ; here from Salem Wednesday looking j over the project in his official ca 1 paclty. j S.L. Carson, the well known hor ' ticulturlst of Irrigon, was a business I victor the first of the week, i Mrs. Sadie A. Tausick of North : Yakima, visited Hermiston and the project during the week. She ex : pects to buy land here, and says that the Umatilla project will be another I Yakima for fruit growing. L. W. Briggs is here from Heppner ! looking after business matters. I A. C. Reeves, the genial host of i Hotel Oregon. returned Thursday from a week's visit to Walla Walla. En route to Seattle from Milwaukee : Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Viers spent Wed- nesday and Thursday looking over the Umatilla project with a view to purchasing. Mr. Viers is interested I in horticulture and expects to return I within a few weeks and purchase an I orchard tract. Wm. A. Dalziel deputy commjs- sioner and factory inspector, was a 1 guest of Hotel Oregon while in the city Thursday on official business. Mrs. J. Brooks and two children arrived Thursday from Waitsburg, Wash., and will visit a week or so at the home of M. C. Brooke. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Deos, parents of Mrs. M. W. Sharrard, are here from Heppner Junction for a few weeks' visit. Mrs. Jack Robb, who has been here on an extended visit, left Satur day for Portland, where she will meet Mr. Robb and accompany him on his travels, this winter. J. N. Leatherwood is here from North Carolina visiting friends and looking over the project with view to investing. Mrs. F. C. McKenzie and little son P3I I mm mm mr mw H 9 BSV- Mr mm Wm VI m n. fl I fast -real Coffee through and I through always the same. Your grocer will grind it I better if ground at home not I too fine. returned Friday from a two weeks' visit In Pendleton at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A, O'Danlels. H. T. Irving, the lumberman, re turned the latter part of the week from the county seat where he was transacting business. FROM UPPER M'KAY stage SCHEDULE WILL PROBABLY HE REVERSED .McKay Exhibitors Captured Several Prlwn at Pendleton Fair Agitation to Change Name Of Post Office. (Special Correspondence.) McKay, Ore., Oct. 9. Wm. Rahe of Pendleton was on the creek this week trying to buy some good horses. Wm. Glrton, better known as "Wild cat Bill," has given up the stage con tract. The original contract Is held by Dan Bowman, Sr., who was on the riute Tuesday with his son Berney, who will drive the stage in the fu ture. As Mr. Bowman now lives near Pendleton he will ask the P. O. De partment to reverse the order of ar rival and departure. At present the stage leaves McKay In the morning and arrives in the evening. Whether the new arrangement will be better for the patrons or not Is a question. Charles Canfleld of Eureka, Wash., opened the fall term of school with a good attendance. Charles has been voted a nice fellow by the ladies, so his success Is assured. Hllldale poultry yards carried off four blue ribbons at the fair, and will surely join the Poultrymen's Associ ation unless they put the padlock on the inside and keep them out. A. W. Downer (Sam) received a red ribbon on his tame huckle-berries. He does not understand why he did not get first as he had the only huckle berries exhibited. John Wynn's Maiden Blush apples drew a blue ribbon. They were ex hibited In the Pilot Rock booth. This section ought to have a booth of Its ow n next year. We could surely make some of the rubens rub their eyes if they could see what we can produce in the way of fruit, vegetables, corn and grain. Sam Downer has made two trips a week to Pendleton all this summer with produce that sold readily at top notch prices. And all came from u few acres of ground. We want more "Sams" in this section. Then upper McKay would soon be known to the outside world. E. J. Wilbur, the veteran saw-mill man, is very sick. He is 111 at a bad time as he is about ready to start the mill again. Arthur Horn and Wm. Girton went to Pendleton Thursday for supplies. The boys will get out timber for the saw-mill this winter. Frank Hubbard shipped about one hundred hogs to the Portland market recently. John Wynn has taken his sheep off the government range and has them ranging on the foot-hills for the present. Why not get out a petition and change the name of McKay post office. It is very misleading to the average Pendleton man. When you tell him you live near McKay he wants to Rnow if that is out near Pilot Rock. Even the communications sent this paper must be marked "Upper" Mc Kay. Why not have a name that would instantly call to mind the cor rect location? OREGON TAKES FIRST PRIZE FOR EDUCATION Seattle, Wash., Oct. 8. The state of Oregon was yesterday awarded the grand prize on Its educational ex hibit. In view of the fact that Washington has erected a special building for its school exhibits, Ore gon educators here are considerably elated over the grand prize. Results are In from the educational Jury and in addition to the grand prize award ed the exhibit as a whole, there have been 18 gold medals and 14 honor able mentions awarded the Individ ual parts of the exhibit. Among the gold medals awarded the Portland high schools received one on their exhibit, the Portland public elemen- tury xchool one and the Oregon Agri cultural College one. Seed Picture Got Prfze. During the week the state was awarded a grand prize on the seed and grass picture in the dome of tho building. The picture is 200 feet lyrig and 25 feet wide. It covers an area of 5000 sq. feet, and Is made of seed and grass in their natural color. There Is not one stroke of artificial coloring matter in the entire picture. It was made by W. E. Benton of Port land, and has attracted considerable attention during the exposition. 0,000 AMERICANS LOCATE IN CANADA Ottawa, Ont. During the last fis cal year the emigration from the Uni ted States to Canada was the largest on record and even exceeded the number of arrivals from Great Brit ain. They are chiefly experienced agriculturists with capital. Practically 60,000 Americans enter ed Canada, and every man, womn ed Canada, and every man, woman and child was possessed on an average meaning that they brougnt into Can ada very nearly $60,000,000. Passenger Agent Meet. Chicago, Oct. 11. With all the leading railroad systems of the coun try represented, the American Asso ciation of Traveling Passenger agents convened In Chicago today for a ses sion of three days. Dallas Is being boomed for the next session. Hearing for Morse. New York, Oct. 11. The United States circuit court of appeals con vened here today and will hear the appeal of the financier, Charles W. Morse, from his conviction and sen tence to fifteen years' Imprisonment. Successful Shoe Is due to Good Buying and Good Fitting OUR SHOE SALE was such a success last week, we have decided on two specials for TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. An Extra Special on Children's Shoes, $1.75 and $2.00 values, in District 76. Special for Tuesday and Wednesday . j 23 We are leaders of shoe styles Sorosis, Edwin C. Burt, Buster Brown, Moloney Bros. ALEXANDERS ADMIRAL SCHLEY GREETS COUNTRY ON 70TH BIRTHDAY Washington, Oct. 9. "I congratu late the American people upon their wonderful growth, their great pros perity and upon the tremendous pro gress they huve made in the years dur ing which I have been permitted to see It." This Is the greeting which Rear Admiral Wlnfleld Scott Schley, who directed the United States fleet at San tiago, sends to his countrymen on this, his seventieth birthday. When seen tonight by a United Press representative, the admiral seemed to be as happy as a schoolboy on a vacation and as spry as any one twenty years his junior. A brilliant autumn day w:is vouch safed to him for his birthday. Com menting on this, he said: "There Is sunshine without and sun shine within," touching his breast. "I am 70 years old today, but I do not feel It, nor do I let the fact worry me. I never did believe in Dr. Osier and his theory. I am not so good in some respects as I was at 2S, but In others perhaps I am better." Referring to the recent speech of Representative Lnndls, In which he j called the American navy a "bluff" Admiral Schley declared "no one has a right to apply the term "bluff" to the American navy, because It has de livered the goods. Of course, I un derstand that Mr. Uindls had In mind the helplessness of a navy without auxiliaries to sunnly coal, etc. His remark was meant not as a criticism but rather as an admonition." HAM OXRIi PAY VOtt, ins BROKKN HEART phiindelnhla. If a woman can suo a man for breach of promise, why can't a man get damages for his wounded heart and replenished pock et book? This is the course of reasoning hif.h Oscar Wetnsteln pursued when hurl a warrant sworn out that re sulted in pretty Anna Karat, his ex- fiancee, being placed under bu nan. Welnstcin wants $1000, and he does not think this too much. He spent $600 on his sweetheart, he asserts In his statement of claim, of which $150 was for a ring, and If he gets all he asks for there will be only $400 to pay for the aching heart. In his statement he told of the "schatchen" who arranged the marri age and of the brilliant reception when the engagement contract was signed. When the girl went to work yester day morning a warrant was served on her by a constable. Back of the con stable were Welnstein, his brother and his lawyer. The five went to a mag istrate's office where the girl was held for court. She furnished the bond. For Rent. Six room modern house on the South hill. Apply to C. P. Strain, Pendle ton, Oregon. $6.00 and $7.00 Suede and Cravenette Tops, with patent vamps, braid trimmed, also tans Specialized Sale Price, $4.25 $4.00 values, broad toes, Button and Lace Cravenettes and plain military and low heel. Specialized Sale Price, $2.50 THE THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS" THIS WEEK- EDD1E REEVES WILL CROOKS Black : Face : Comedians All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c. LADIES, You.Can Do Your IRONING for 1 CENT an HOUR No Smoke No Dirt No Ashes No Carrying Wood and Coal. JUST BURN GAS and use a GAS SAD-IRON ITftR Lighting and f Qlf fS A m XIV dealing purposes vOV Saves Time, Temper, Trouble and Money. Always Ready for Use. Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. Matlock Building. Business GRAND Usual Matinees.