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DAITY EAST ORBGOYIAN, PENDIJaTPON. OttEOON. s ATI IRDAY NOVEMBER 13, 109. KM in I'VlUO. PAGE SLK. ...A TREMENDOUS SALE... Ostrich Plumes, Willows, Willow Bands, Novelties, Shower Ponpons. Short Heavy Head Plumes Are Cur Specialty Black, White, Colors, Shadings. All Feathers At A Great Sacrifice We Also Carry A Complete Line of Furs. They Are AH New This Season THE VOGUE MILLINERY Idleman & Hilleary Opposite Post Office fife NEWS OF FREEWATER NEW PASTOR TAKES IT RESIDENCE about twenty-five ladies and gentle men and at one-thirty Mrs. August Tanke. the president of the society. called the meeting to order. A praise service was held, everyone taking 1 part, after which an interesting mis sionary program was rendered, tne toDlc beine. "Heroes of India." A I good sum was realized for the mis- Xine-voar-old Girt Succumbed to I sionary society. Tonsolltls After Oporatio.Fire- ' The Odd Fellows of Hudson Bay ' Rave Uieil niC3 aim uausmtia Bm .ivt? y "-Trillin in l i , i I. al Notes. (Special Correspondence.) Freewater. Nov. 12. Mr. and Mrs. 1 J S. Hoskins of Hudson Bay. have adopted a little girl from Walla Wal la only a couple of months old, to whom they have given the name of Nela Opal Hoskins. The Rev. Wm. Washburn, the new 1 pastor of the Valley Presbyterian and Fruitvaie churches, has rented a ! house on the Curts ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Washburn have moved here from Hood River In order to be near their two sons, who are attending Whitman college. llghtful supper and entertainment I last evening. All the good things i pertaining to Thanksgiving were I served. Turkey, chicken, pies, cakes. I fruit, nuts and Ice cream, and what the ladies appreciated most of all, they were not allowed to cook for It or wait on tables. Just enjoy them selves was all they had to do. Sev ! eral prominent gentlemen gave a first , class program and every one went home delighted with the evening's entertainment. PURCHASE EIGHTY ACRE TRACT IN THE PROJECT (Special Correspondence.) Hermiston, Nov. 13 Having vlsit- G. M Harrah. a prominent rancher e(J scvera, of tne irrigation projects iroiii neur ouiie mmmm is uangciuuj ill in the hospital at Walla Walla. of the northwest with view to pur rhnslnir tract W F Hamnan was The volunteer corps of firemen of nere this week investigating the gov thls city held a basket social last eve- ' ernment Umatilla project. The vis ning in the L O. O. F. Hall. J. C. ; tor was highly pleased with this lo- Cnmmins was the cnairman or tne cality and purchased an SO acretract meeting. D C. Sanderson made an address and S. B. Sanderson sang a solo. In spite of a rather poor at tendance the handsome sum of 131 was realized. lone Kellam, the six miles east of Hermiston of S. Whitsett. Mr. Hamnan left Friday morning for his home at Colfax, Cal., and will return with his family after harvest- nine-vear-oid ine his walnut crop near that place daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Xel- He expects to improve the newly ac- lam of State Line, was operated on quired possession and get It in readl Saturday last for tonsolitis and fail-1 ness for planting a commercial or- , ed to rally, death ensuing on Tuesday, chard in the spring. The child had been attending school , when she had the attack and It was What Would You Do? thought necessary' to perform the ' In case of a burn or scald what operation to avoid similar trouble in would you do to relieve the pain?! the future. The parents are heart Such Injuries are liable to occur in ; broken. The funeral took place to- j any family and everyone should be j day from Ingle chapel, the Rev. Har- ( prepared for them. Chamberlain's vey Miller having charge of the serv- salve applied on a soft cloth will re- ( iceB. j lleve the pain almost Instantly, and The annual caucus was held this unless the Injury is a very severe one . week and the citizens were fairly well j will cause the parts to heal without j representative. J. H. Hall acted as ' leaving a scar. For sale by all good : chairman and D C. Sanderson as sec- j dealers. retarv. The following ticket was .nominated on the first ballot: ' DENVER ARTIST OPENS HLibbbbV W ,9 Mull OREGON THEATRE SON. NOV. 14, THE HARRY ASKIN CO. PRESENTS John E. Young The Original Johnnie Hicks in 'The Time, Place and Girl" IN THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY Y JOHN E. OUNG IN THE NEW MUSICAL COMEDY Book and Lyrics by O. HENRY and FRANKLIN P. ADAMS Music by A. BALDWIN LO 32 Pretty Girls, Countless Laughs 18 Musical Numbers Book and Lyrics by 0. Henry and Franklin Adams. Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Two Weeks in Seattle to Tremendous Business. Your money back any time during the perform ance or after it if you don't think the show is worth it. Lower Floor $1.50, and $1.00 Balcony 75c Gallery 50c Direct from the Bungalow Theatre, Portland, Or. STUDIO IN HERMISTON TJornrrtpr M 9 fllrrnv Councilmen for two years Messrs. H, R, Vanslyke, E. Battorff, C. J. ' (Special Correspondence.) LawW 1 Hermiston, Nov. 12 On Friday Councilman for one year O. P. i afternoon Mrs. J. S Dyer received In ( Bandcrton, Howard Mansfield. her studio m 2nd street, the occasion Every nominee stands for the being an opening and exhibition of bonding of the city for waterworks. ; fine hand painted china and water B P. Koon has sold his property ' colors, on the east side, consisting of 13 : Mrs. Dyer was formerly of Denver, acres, to B. Mills of Walla Walla, for , Colo., where for several years she JJ700. Mr. Koon will move at once conducted a large studio, having a to Mountain Home, Idaho, where he flattering list of patrons and pupils. ! has purchased 40 acres of fruit and Her work shown in this city Is a high alfalfa land. tribute to her artistic ability and ex- Mrs. Louisa Bennett and daughter, j pressions of general appreciation Miss Avis Bennett, and Mrs. A. Crowe were given by the many ladies who hav.- gone to Walla Walla to reside. J were present at the opening this Mrs ''rowe has rented her ranch to j weeK. her son. Mr. Frank Crowe. ' " Mr- Will F.irrish of Asotin return- Young lirU Are Victims. ed to her home today after a pleasant of headache, as well as older women visit with her son, Mr. W T. Farrish, Mr. George Johnson has been very 111 thi- past few days. He is threat ened with pneumonia. Th' Women's Home Missionary so ciety met at the. home of the Misses Howard on WMhington street yester day Tor an all-day meeting. A Thankseiv.ng dinner wan served to but all get quick relief and prompt "ye from Dr. King's New Life Pills, the world's best remedy for sick and nervosa headaches. They make pure blood, and strong nerves and build up your health. Try them. 25c at Tnllman & Co. Look for Eilers big announcement! rnrr TA VAI1 MV C1CTTD PrM 0 You Ev,I Sl f KLL I U I UU fl I Old I Lit farina from Woman' Ailment. I am a woman. I know woman's sufferings. 1 have found tho cure. 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I wsnt to send 3 c i confetti ten day a treat- irely iree to proro toyou ihuc you can cure it home, ea.-: I, qv '-'-.iy a',d surely. lie that it will cost you nothing to give the A -U.h tn continue It wi'l tost MO only al'iut l2i e-iU a interfere "with'your work or occupation. Just send ju suffer if yon Mb, ar-'i I will eod you the treatment ly fx urn maiL I v'.ill ul send you free of cost, my tlsCk" with ext'ianstr.ry Ulustrationa ahowing why thenuelve.s " i ty wor.an phould have it, and a doetor lays "You must lave an operation, you can svo cured themselves with my home remedy. It cureojr, I will explain a siimple home treatmrnt which Rpeedily eknaaa and Painful or Irregular Uttiatruouon in xoung t H ftTTi ll-i i ilu, ,.r .- mm !-,.ii. n'I will rlall tell any sufferer that this flame Trtaiment nallr cures h women n diseases, anamasea women wen, atrong. plump and robust. Just send me your addresn, and the fn u U a day's treatment u yours, also tfc book. Writ today, aa you may not see Una offer again. A'Jdresa MRS. M. SUMMERS, Box M. Notre Dame, Ind., U. S. A. ADAMS NEWS AND PERSONAL NOTES (Special Correspondence.) Adams, Ore., Nov. 12 Mr. Lewis and family arrived In Adams Tuesday and will take charge of the Adams barber shop. Mr. Lewis was former ly resident of Helix and Is a first i liis.s barber and will do his best to please the people. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker returned to their home In Adams Monday, af ter visiting with friends and relatives in Portland and Lebanon for the past two months. They had a fine time and nre well pleased with the city of Portland. Mrs. 3, Winn went to Pendieton Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. T. A. Lleuallen visited In Pen dleton Thursday Mrs. H. C. Bane and Mrs. S. Starr, of Helix, were the guests of Stella and Lucy Llcnajleh of Adams Thursday Mrs. Jim Stanfield was the guest Of Mrs. L. L. Rogers Thursday. Mrs. Hubbard returned to her home In Olendale, Ore, Thursday, af ter visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Hudson, at Adams for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Nuflamnker of Hepp i) r, Ore . are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Winn this week. Mrs. Ayeis of W'eRton, was visltim; frlefldi in A .lams Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Binter Hale, who are confined to their home with pneu monia for the past week, are still very sick. Mr. stale Is a little bett-r today and Mrs Hale' condition Is still the same. oe lu.irrhopa. Qi and h.-alth alwav A Peculiar Wrench of the foot- or ankle may produce n very aeflOlU sprain. A sprain I mor- painful than I break. In nil sprains, cuts, burns and scalds Bal lard's Snow Liniment s the best th;nc to use. Believes the puln Instantly reduces swelling, Is B perfect nntlsnp tic and heal? rapidly Price 2Rc, r.n( and $1.00. A. C. CoeppM & Broi BTtOKE.V BACK OP FOOT- It Al l, PIAYER REPAIRED Annapolis. Md. After lying In an almost totally paralyzed condition since the Injury to his spine in the Villa Nova-Navy football game three weeks ago, Midshipman Earl D. Wil son, quarterback of the naval acad emy football team, has been operated on in an effort to save his life. "The operation was successful in every way," said the surgeon of the navy who performefl the operation. Part of the laminae of the fifth, sixth, fourth and third cervical vertebrae were removed and the pressure from bone fragments was relieved. The casing of the spinal cord was open ed and careful inspection made. "It wae found that the cord had been dangerously compressed be neath the fourth vertebrae, due to the distention of that vertebrae. The patient left the table In excellent con dition with his chances decidedly Im proved. The outcome depends on the extent of the original damage to the spinal cord." It was found that above and below this point of pressure the cord was perfectly normal. Operations by the surgeon showed that while smaller and much compressed there were some pulsations and signs of life In the Injured portion of the cord. Sick Headache. This distressing disease results from a disordered condition of the stomach, and can be cured by taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Oct a free sample at all good droug stores and try It. We seldom ever know anything to our own satisfaction, except from the experience of a reversed condition. I " KING " Off RES I FOR DR. KING'S W DISCOVERY COUGHS COLDS DISEASES PREVENTS "Two yean a-ro a severe cold settled on my lun? end oo completely prcstruted me that I was unable to work and scarcely able to stand. I then was advised to try Dr. King's Hew Discovery, and after using one bottle I went back to work,-ar. well as I ever was." 6 W. J. ATKUiS, Banner Springs, Tenn. PRICK 50c AND $1.00 Keep your-eye "n Bileril SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY TALLMAN & CO.