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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1903.
Mrs. Danforiii, of St. Joseph,
Mich., tells how she was cured
of falling of thz womb and its
"Life looks dark indeed when
woman feels that her strength is sap
ping away and she has no hopes of
ever boln; restored. Such was m.v
feeling a few months ago when J
was advi.sed that my poor health was
caused by prolapsus or falling of the
womb. The words sounded like a
knell to me. I felt that my sun had set ;
but li.veliu 13. IMiikham's Vege
table Compound came to me as an
elixir of life ; it restored the lot
forces and built me up until my pood
health returned to me. For four
months I took the medicine dally and
each dose added health and strength.
I am so thankful for the help I
obtained through its use." Mns.
Flof.csci: DJ.:.TiiivTir. 1007 Miles Ave..
ht. Joseph, Mich. SSOOOfcrftltlfrrl imlof
mt Ittltr proving gtiwlitiKa ninnoC cepratJCCd.
The reooril or Lydlsi 13. IMnU
uot ho cnuiilled by tiny other
medicine In tlie world.
"FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN."
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M-rlto in Mr-.. T'liil.-l iM::. 1 .vim. I
ilnss., for iitlvicr sion n any
fllutvitwliliiirwt IttTlfMfllu li r "..'nr.
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llTIV S Mflrnnr i
mi uj o IIUI UKJi ,
We Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good big
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic and Finish,
in all grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, In
cluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Doors, Win'
dows, Moulding, Building
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumbtr will
not be wrong in placing
their order with the : :
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. Wi & C. K. Depot
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
Carryalls for picnic parties. Good
tsaniB with competent drivers for
ommorclal men. Speedy horses and
Jwndsomo rigs for evening and Sun
day drives. Gentle horses for family
use. Stock boarded at reasonable
rates. Best of caro given to transient
stock. Opposite Hotel Pendleton
'Phone Main 161
li you want your houses rented or
your property sold
J. C. Shoovemori , 220 h Court
Made of felt, thor
oughly saturated with
impaired by varying
not evaporate, crack,
expand or contract.
A low priced roofing that can
not be equaled. sm i.r feokiit-
The Paraffine Paint Co.
Purl.'dnd. Lot A
T. C. TAYLOR, Agent
The State is Doubtful, Which Greatly
Increases the Interest Principal
Issue Is That of United States Sen
atorA Large Ticket Will Be Vot
ed. Baltimore, Sid., Sept. 3. Both par
j tier are holding their state primaries
In Maryland today. Tho result is
' awaited with Interest throughout the
country as the cftjipaisn id Mar-
land this year Is nf national import
ance It involves the election of n
i United States senator, the party
! standing of a doubtful state preced
ing a national campaign, and the
chances of a national democratic
leader as a presidential possibility.
Although now controlled by the
pmocrats. th Independent vote in
j this state is the balance of power nnd
can swing the state either way It is
the uncertainty surrounding the in-
i dopondent vote that nuzzles the nollt-
Ical managers. McKinley carried the
state both times. Eight years ago
the republicans swept It on the state
ticket, and elected a United States
senator. Four years later hip demo
crats recovered state- control. The
renuhllcans are at a disadvantage
this yenr because of factional differ-
i ences. while the democrats are com
I parativoly united.
i For governor, the republican can-
I dldato will
in all probability be
Williams, of Hartford
county, an eminent lawyer who, as a ;
member of the legislature has oa'ic
a splendid fight for anti-bribery and ;
fair elections. Tho leading demo-,
cratlc ennd'date for governor is Ed-'
win Warflpld. president of the Fideli-
ty and IwPosIt Company, and a prom-
inent financier Mr. Warflpld has
i hnd a wide experience In politics. For
i years before he became the head of
a great financial Institution ho was
prominent in politics as one of Gor-
Tno tickets this year will be among
tbo iarpest ever voted for, including
governor, state controller, attorney
I general, membors of tho legislature.
I uvu junket, oi me supreme nencn oi
uuiuiuure uiiy. ana a numiinr ox
Largest of That Party Ever
Harrisburg, Pa., Sept. 2. Demo
crats of Pennsylvania met In stato
convention In the Board of Trade
building today and were caned to or
der at 10 o'clock by Senator J. K. P.
Hall, chairman of the state commit
tee. The roll call showed on attend
ance of nearly 430 delegates, the
largest number that over attended a
state convention of the democratic
party In Pennsylvania. Aftor the
opening addresses and formal organ
ization a brief adjournment was taken
to enable the committees on nomina
tions, resolutions, etc . to transact
The nominations to be made are for
auditor general, state treasurer
judges of the superior court. Sev
names are mentioned for stato treas
urer, the most prominent being for
mer Representative George n. Dixon,
of Klk county, and Stato Senator Joel
G. Hill, of Wayne county. State Sen
ator Dowalt, of Lehigh county, prob
ably will be named for auditor gen-
Do Your AnkleH or Limbs 6well?
Arc Your Cyan PuKf.v? Wc uvc
tl.c Sole Agents for the Only,
Thing Known That Cures the '
Kidney Discuses Tlint Ciiuhc I
urupsy, viz.j i-uiton tonipounds,
It Is eon well ksowa that droMT Li not in
I Itself a dUsaw, but it aejrly uIkj nymp.
j torn of kWiirj diaw that aecompaalos Ibc
chroulc aiagw heretofore Iccurable. Uence,
! up totho J.iko.ery of tho Fulton ComtwuBdJ.
J flrop.T was iucjMbl. It U bow, howeter,
, carablf ia ncur nine lenlhsot allcjje. uen
u a i3f r. uug romj, to which ne refer by
Rm"v ''17.r,0f'"?nl1 Fillmore trt.
haa h.-j ciwo, twaoie alarralog y dropsical,
ller n ,icun bad doullr to tap lit ctVt few
o. f ,u iariu nearly forty nn,os and
cr w wu-s from uay to day. Tnr chTilolan
11 .atlr to.d h.r tmbaid that .be tad UnsM'S
Ui- aiuoftu. KUaej.. that H m loin ai
ii." . , , ai-ocu ittjota Brd cal aid.
i" JCh .-rluu cundltlon tbo relat
were mii fur Ta-y put her on Fulion'k "Jm
pom.! it ,iJfed oa the utomach the nr?t
wJ u: ? ' Ju"S ur, ewtoad
rti'' dcillbed a llitle owl the im
fas cunil, Thi, 0. wa4 examlced Into
y rcpr-!,..ntail'.eof tba b.D Franeiina filar
;ui tnc o.eruid Kontbly, and IhT,," nSfSeSf
juu ion rocoT.ry ttMe fuilv
tiri'Iy"01 " Twenty-MTntb
iireei, hju fruclco. mi alM ualln with
V?,"-" reuU of chronlilSSey
to lore lhau kvnty-(lTe inunda ' hlini!.
fi t a,-" Mi lL"t!
H..V) Joiio J.
eitj. " aro tho iclo ajenu far Uaa
F. W. Schmidt's Pharmacy.
eral, nnd tho two candidates for the
superior court apparently will he Rep
resentative n. Scott Ammcrman. of
Montour county, and ox-Judge Calvin
Ilayburn. of Armstrong county.
Tho convention platform will be de
voted almost wholly to state issues,
and, first and foremost. It Is said, Wj..
bo a plank denouncing the passagr
and signing of tile PennypacUer libel
NEW ALASKAN RAILROAD.
Four Hundred Elghty-Flve Miles, All
on American Territory.
Seattle. Sept. 3. It Is learned on
excellent authority that the promot
ors of the new Vahlez, Copper Illver
& Tanann railroad have for their
primary object the construction of an
nIlAmerlcan through line Into the
1 Klondike. The intention rs to build
j a railroad from Valdrz, on I'r'Pf
! William Sound, to Hagle City on the
Yukon river, a distance of 4"0 miles,
in addition tp a spur of B5 miles down
1 the Teiiana river to reach the placer
1 Tt'Ul (Mgglngs in that section, nnd n
handle both passengers and freight
Construction has been in progress
miw for some time and it Is hoped t
finish the work during the coming
With the advent of the railroad and
the knowledge that it will be speedi
ly built Into the copper district, and
tne fact that the route is 500 miles
shorter than any other In the Tanann
, diggings. It is believed that lutending
onpror operators will send In men
and supplies to begin development
preliminary to oxtenslvo operations
on the completion of the road.
Recognized as the World's Greatest
Cure for the Liquor and Tobacco
J. G. Field of Seattle, Washington.
Julv 21st, 1902, writes: "1 have never
gone so long without drinking In 25
years. My wife bought a trentment
of Trib' for ?12.r,o the ,! ,lav of
June. I commenced taking It at
once. After the fourth day I could
neither drink nor use tobacco, and
now I feel much better i.nd never
think of taking a drink. It is a good
thing for anyone who wants to milt
drinking or using tobacco: It will
cure them all right."
J. G. Field, of Seattle, Washington,
writes t-onnmry 20th. 1903: "it -as ,
been about eight months since I took 1
Trlb for the liquor habit, and let me
, tell you, I think It Is the finest medi-
cine the world has over known. I
1 never knew what I was missing in
life. Well, I have been working
' steady, have bought many things for .
my house and many clothes for mv
children and wiff as well as myself'; j
have paid every dollar I owe nnd
have a little money in the bank. No
money could hire me to return to the '
same position In life vonr trentmunt ,
'Trlb' has raised me from. It Is
worth its weight In gold to anyone
in need. I know of Its euring fifty
people since I took it. When a per
son minus it won't cure him he is l!
Price per treatment. $12.50 For '
sale by all druggists. if
. . I T
Indian School Teachers' Fourth
; nual Meeting Ended.
Salem. Sept. 3. The fourth annual
meeting of the Pacific Coast Indian i
iiimuiiiu uiijuurneu Saturday, alter i
the most successful session ovor
The following officers were elected I
for the next year: Thomas W. Pot-,
tof, superintendent Chemawa Indian 1
school, president; W. P Campbell '
assistant superintendent Chemawn t
first vice-president; Superintendent I
C. W. Goodman. Phoenix. Ariz , sec-'
ond vice-president; Superintendent J. i
J. MrKoin. Slletz, Oregon, third vice-'
president; Superintendent Charles I
M Iluchanan, Puyalup, Wash, sec-i
CHURCH MERGER PROPOSED.
e Fusion Connreoatlon.-il Unit. I
ed Brethren and Methodist Protest-1
Kansas City, Sept. 2. Tho Kansas
annual eonferenco of the Methodist t
iToteatant church convened todav n
the C.orilon I'laco SI. p. church, 'this
city, nnd will continue in session I
iu.uukh me week. The conference
will chooso delegates to the general
conference to bo boh! In Washington
next .May and Instruct them now to
vote on the proposition to unite with
the Congregational and Unuu Iireth
ron churches, which is tho moai im
portant matter now before the tnreo
Ladles and Children Invited
All ladles and children who cannot
stand the shocking strain of la.xatlvt
syrups, cathartics, etc.. aro Invited
to try the famous Little Karly His
ors. Thoy are different from all oth
er pills. They do not purge the sys
tern. Even a double i1os u.m
gripe weaken or sicken; many people
call them tho Kasy Pill. w. II. Pow
tiotiston. Texas snva niitiin. i,t. .
ter can be used for constipation, sick
hoadaclio, etc. Bob Mooro, Ijtfayette
Ind.. says all others gripe and sicken. ,
while DeWitt'a I.ittlo Pnrii- tj,o
jlo their work well and easy Sold
" luiiiuiin tc co
Itogg has boon In tho ico business
tn Pendleton three- yoars and lias al
ways sold tho bet in the ice line.
His motto has boon ".No favoritoj
treat all customers alike.'
Ladies' half soles 40c. Tcutc3:'g.
The best materials the best that money can buy,
A brewery as clean as your kitchen; the utensils as clean.
The cooling; done in filtered nir, in a plate glass room.
The beer aged for months, until thoroughly fermented, so
it will not cause biliousness.
The beer filtered, then sterilized in the bottle.
You're always welcome to the brewery for the owners are
proud of it. Phone SI Main,
And the size of it proves that M--people
know the worth of
The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous
Has come to Pendleton to
reside. You wi 1 fncl htr at the
Strahon Parlors 11 and I2. where
she will be pleased to meet all
whom are suffering, mentally or
physically. Her wonderful
Magnetic Healing Power I
Has never been excelled. Her
slightest touch is to reJ;ee you
of pain or worry. You will never
regret meeting her.
Call at Once
1 to 5 p. m.
On Its Merit
Has the large demand for
Been built up. Only the choicest wheat that grows enters in
to Byers Best Flour. It's petfection in Flour Made b the
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
I Pore and Mellow I I
1 1 Rich and Delicate I
I W For 8le by 1
of the Age
to ii a. m. and
LET US FILL
We car. suppij you with
bu.uling Materia) of all
des-cnptions and save
B u i Idin g paper lime
cement brick and sanrf
Wood gutters for barns
and dwellings a specialty.
Oregon Lumber Yard
Alta St., Opp. Court House
,01.Si SAP! AT "''KKAST OIIKGOXIAN
tulbtd for 13 cjnts a bundle.
C. E. ROOSEVELT J
carried all c'oer ,
tvorld. They an
best and best Ato-a
Mechanical prt -cision,
are the feature .
that have made
W a 1 r h a i
Wa tchts tit.
best in the world.
K15 Mam bt
What Do You Eal?
It.h us whatycu eat ant!
we will tell yon what
V holesoine, palatable,
appetizing, high gradt
groceries is what you
will find in our stort. at
urrcvs that you will find
liard tr beat.
Wc keep nothing but pure
natural Ice, frozen from pure,
clenr mountain water. It goes
farther nnd lasts longer than
artificial jce All wo ask is an
unprejudiced trial of our ice.
Why not order a case of the
celebrated Schlitz, A. II. C. or
Gambrinus for your Sunday
Phone your order to Main
HENRY KOPITTKE !
1U i. QCF.ES" HOTEL. Cluin
I comfortable roomi from as
cenu up. .Newir furnished
throoghout. Qut-en Chop Home
In connoitlu. MeaU at all
L0". whl" help em
ployed. Glvem a trial.