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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1902
CHANGE OF LIFE.
furs the m
L. B. REEDER SAYS TO
Some sensible advice to
women passing through this
The painful and annoying symp
toms experienced by most women
at this period of life are easily ovcr
eome by T,ydin. E, Pirikham's
Vcpctublo Compound. It is espe
cially designed to meet fiio needs
ef woman's systom at the trying
time of change of life.
It is no exaggeration to state that
Mrs. Pinkham has over EOOO letters
like the following proving the great
value of her medicine at such times.
"I irish to thank Mrs. l'hikliam for
Trhat hor medicine has done for me.
My trouble vas change of life. Four
years ago my health bepan to fail, my
Lead began to grow dizzy, my eye
pained me, and at times it seemed as
If my back would fail me, had terrible
pains across the kidneys. Hot flashes
were very frequent and trying. A
friend advised me to try Lydla
E. Pinkhaxn's Vegetable Coru
poand. I have taken six bottles of it
and hm to-day freo from those troubles.
I cannot speak in high enough terms
of the medicine. I recommend it to all
and wish every suffering woman would
give it a trial." Bella Ross, 88 Mont-
elair Ave., Roslindale, Mass jsooo for-
fttt If original if atevt Ittttr prveJmg MlmiM
ami r wiimi.
OF DAZZLING SPLENDOR.
Is the Gown to Be Worn by May Sar
gent In "Other People's Money."
In the production of "Other Peo
ple's Money" at tho Frazer opera
house, many costly and beautiful
gowns, that are considered marvels
of the dressmaker's art, will be worn
by tho ladles of the company.
Dainty .May Sargent, the star, who
will be seen In her artistic perform
ance of the velvety, scheming co
quette, Tlelka Van Slttcrt, will wear
several exquisite ones. Tho costumes
were on exhibition last summer, at
the noted emporium of Madame Glan-
Only Question Among the People Is
the Amount They can Afford to Pay
Fair Must Be a Success.
"Yes, tho appropriation should be
made," said L. B. Rceder, of Pendle
ton, to tho Orcgonian, yesterday.
"And It should be made early In tho
session. Plans should be made before
I hand, and it should be passed with
out a dissenting voice. Wo will want
to ask other states to help us In this
project. If we arc to ask, them for
an appropriation they will have to
see thnt wo are In earnest about the
matter and are willing to give It our
Individual support I have heard the
matter discussed to some extent, and
this seems to be the general opinion
of the people in my part of tho state,
I have not talked it over with any
of the legislators, hut I do not think
there are any who will use any means
to delay the bill making the appropri
ation. "Tho only question that could
arise," he continued, "is as regards
the amount. Fivo hundred thousand
dollars sounds pretty big, nnd I hard
ly think it will be that much. This
ir. a matter that should bo well dis
cussed before It is taken up, and I
think that the men from the various
parts of the state will bo willing to
abide by the general consensus of
Why Not $500,000?
When asked why his people oppos
ed $500,000, He replied that it is a
question whether or not the state Is
able to afford such a largo oxpensc.
They are in favor of the fair?" he
"Do thoy think thnt It should be
managed on a cheaper basis or do
uiey uimii mat. I'ortiana snouia raise i
a larger amount?" ' n'c- 'n Now York, bofore the tour
"That is not the question," he re-.""?11 nnd were considered the most
piled. "Thoy want the fair and want stunning gowns to be worn on the
it to be a success. Thev aro wllllnir stage this season. In the first act
tumor? thev ran "no of
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Little Boy Frightfully Scalded by
John Adams Day. tho oni-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Da,
was tho victim of a very serious acci
dent Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Day was washing and nan
boiling water In a tub. She stopped
out of tho room to get a iH of co d
water and while away the little chl d
crawled up to the tub. which was si ting
on a stool, and pulled the cork
from tho tub letting tho boiling water
pour all over its body. The little on.
was frightfully scal.led about the
neck, arms and body and Is in a very
Arthur Alemuther, of Sumpter, shot
himself Tuesday evening, in a fit of
Verdict for Plaintiff.
The case of C. I McGlnnls vs. F.
S. Mc.Mohan. which occupied the at
tention of Justice Fltz Gerald's court
Wednesday afternoon, resulted in a
verdict for plaintiff. This was a
gambling debt and plaintiff had sued
for 2S alleged due for poker chips
used in a gambling game here last
February The case has been up
twice, the first time It came to trial
the Jury were unable to agree. Yes
terday 'afternoon a verdict for plain
tiff was rendered after only a few
Despam & Clark
Will pay cash for poultry. The
Market price always. Bring it in
every day and all day. Chickens,
Geese, 'Ducks and 'Turkeys.
Office in E. O. Building
Come, Get Our Quotations
to givo It all tho support thev can
afford, but thoy do not think that they
can pay such large taxes as that
amount will call for.
"Personally, I am in favor of mak
ing the appropriation large, but
speaking from tho general expression
of opinion, I doubt the expediency of
asking for too much. It will be much
better to have a smaller amount and
pass it without any opposition than
to have a larger amount after delay
The passing of the irrigation bill
won Idaho for tho republicans. The
people remembered that Roosevelt
was its author. United States Sena
Blight's Disease and Diabetes
They are curing Bright's Disease
and Diabetes in Ca-Ifornla. The per
centage of efficiency (recoveries) In
these hitherto incurable diseases
averages as high as 87 per cent Tho
details of the investigation and dem
onstration of the now compounds aro
so conclusive that we at once Best
for a bundle of the report and for
the new treatment for urgent caaea
in this city. Call or send for one of
F. W. SCHMIDT & CO.. Pendleton
The undersigned will offer at Public Sale, at his ranch
uirm mnes nortneast ol Pendleton, Oregon,
Wednesday, December 10, 1902,
Commencing at 10 o'clock, the following property:
300 HEAD OF HOGS,
8 followB: 75 fat ht)g8. 25 Poland China brood sows
100 shoate, 100 young pigs.
15 HEAD OF CATTLE
7 yearling steers, 4 yearling heifers, 3 (two-year-old
- 20 HEAC OF HORSES
8 work horeeB, 11 colts from 1 to 3 years old.
One fine Jack; 1 12-foot header; 4 boxes and cook
UUU B' wugonB; i met Jormicic mower; 1 McCormick bind
er: 1 walkinc dIow: 1 harrow? 1 nnltflranw. t -.11. 1
windmill and tank, and other articles too numerous to
TI?RMS 0F SALE: All sums under $20 cash.
$20 and over a credit of ten months will be given, the pur
chaser giving 0 per cent interest .bearing note with an--provedisecurity.
IF.reejlunch,will be served. W. W. HARRAH.
the carriage gowns will be
worn. It is oi burnt ornnfu' and yel
low glace taffeta, trimmed with Rus
sian lace. The laee belt or corsage
Ik finished with a diamond clasp. The
jacket is met in front with a choux
of mirror velvet. The skirt is one
of Pannuln's latest designs, with two
rows of Russian Insertion. At the
back Is worn a red tinsel gauze sash.
Seats are now on sale at Frazer's
at popular prices.
Alphonse and Gaston,
"Alphonsc and Gaston," the famous
Frenchmen, created by Opper. th
greatest of Amerlcnn cartoonists, has
been dramatized, and will be the at
traction at the Frazer next Saturday
night. "Alphonse and Gaston" are
noted the nation over for their po
llteness, as It Is always "After you
my dear Alphonse," or "No, my dear
Gaston, you are first," with them.
The coming of "Alphonse and Gast
on" will be a notable event. It is
said "Alphonse and Gaston" of the
stago are far funnier than their pi
Seats go on sale Friday morning,
iTlces 25, 50, 75 cents and $1.
"A Little Outcast"
Some people would prefer to light
than eat Among them are the Boers
who have gone to Somallland to help
the Ilrltish in their campaign against
the .Mad Mullah rather than go to
V I THE PURE V J
Even children drink Grain-O
because they like it and the doc
tors say it is good for them. Why
not? It contains all of the nourish
ment of tho pure grain and none
of the poisons of coffee.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At RTOri OTerjTThere ; lie. and fie ft r package.
A. 1 aVlft. i- -
arc greatly enhanced by finely
laundried linens. We can add
to the sum of domestic hap
piness in this respect. Can't
be beat at laundry work. Do
up your shirts and collars in
Ai style. And you'll 'then
have a "bosom friend" that'll
give you comfort and pleasure.
Special attention to collars
and cuffs. Finest work. Low
est prices. Satisfactory service
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
J. F. Bohluson, Prop. Pendleton
msiket afford.. Tbt
and ai-.i . mat.
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W; & C. R. Depot
E. J. Carpenter's big scenic specta
cle, which they call "A Little Chest
nut," and which comes to the Frazer
December 16th, might just as well be
the name of a bonanza gold mine as
of a theatrical company. Not only
has the production paid out a great
aeai of money, but Its story is as ro
mantle and interesting as any of the
tales connected with nronerlv con.
ducted gold fields, and also, it has
'panned out" better than countless
profitable gold mines, and Is maklnc
snug nine iortunes for Its owners.
Its tour, by the way. Is limited o thn
iarger cities and towns, on account of
tne expense of transportation, a snee
lal car being necessary for the prop
erties useo. in the marvelous scenic
enects. The del Ichtflll eossln anr.
luuumug me metropolitan, engage
ment or tnis big snectacle has clvnn
an abundant amount of material to
taiK about elsewhere.
Btiti or Ohio, Cirr or toixdo i
r. n V r rh.n . . v - . . .
, r v. .uo una ui r. j.uneney a Co .
v-w, Bun iunb hiu nrm win my
the mm ol One Hundred Dollr orcli inJ
nwura k oeiare me nd nbceribed In my
It A. W. GLKAHO.V.
fTTTr?. ..xmrr Public. .
ct dlreetlr on the blood and mucoun gnftctS
ottheijitem. Send for tMtlmonllt. tree.
M. hs J- 0"Wy 4 CO..Tollo. Ohio.
I(airTamll7 PIlU are the hett.
Shade Trees Private Property.
The sunrcme rnurt haa .v...
the shade trees In front of a man's
residence, nlthnnirh n,,i,n
ty, belong to him. The case in which
the decision was rendered was one In
which a nronertv
phone company for cutting off the
"7" "i "is irees. me decision Is of
interest to nil nmmrt. ,ni.
The Bolivian invrnn,,ni i i ,
$1,000,000 In paper currency to sup
press thn unrlnln,. (n a .
n.,.H..,c 4KIU, mis
amounU to nearly $5,000 per front
foot.- .Knncna nl o.
Farmers Custom Alii
Fred Walters, Proprietor
Capacity 150 barrels a day
Flour exchanged for wheat
Flour, Mill Fifd, (hopiHHl Kml. etc
always on hand,
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
The Cast Oregonian is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It lead
and the people appreciate it and show
It by their liberal patronage. It Is th
advertising medium of this section.
Frazer pera ioise
The Jingling Musical Farce
A Dazzling Spectale, A Stupendous Production and
A Clever Company of
m PedDpDe &Q IPeaDjpBe J2fl
Seats on Sale at Fraziers
Out Clearance Sale is on
And includes even every article m our stock
20 per cent discount all along the line. Carpets
sewing Machines, Draperies, Wall Paper
Special for Christmas Gifts
Mirrors,, pictures framed and unframcd, carpet sweepers,
Phone Main 24
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
fi,; , D1-. ue"er "our cannot be made.
, ut le Wleat aop enters jn B Begt
1' lour, winch is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER WILLS
w S. Byers, Proprietor. T
half section of fine bs
land, all in summtrfcl
low, north of Pendlttd
one body, a short &
tance north of town.
600 MAIN STREEII
From I'endlewo I
6 -JO p. m.
6:4i a m.
Bait Iaie. Dearer, n.
Worth, OniU till
ai Cltr, El U
RIt taka. Deo nr. fu
Ocean and River 1
except Cohu15 ll
loao p. m.
tag of water pernlUW)
Ymahlll KlTer pain"- 1
Exept Mon . r
OWo, , Bt. ft&jSl
All Dmnfs EiStllMS
on tne s7
Saturday 03 an-
BKxlatlotn, call on". Iti
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