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Owing to modern methods of living, not ono woman in a thousand
, ! Approaches this perfectly natural changu without experiencing a train
t very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms. At this period a
ij-aroman indicates a tendency towards obesity or tttmorous growtlis.
-? Those dreadful hot flashes, sending tho blood surging to the heart
'.vjntilit scims ready to lmrst, and the faint feeling that follows, somc
'.mes "witli chills, as if tho heart were going to stop forever, are only a
sw of the symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble. The norves are
ryiug out for assistance. The cry should bo heeded in time. I.ylhi
'jjl. lMnlclinm's Vegetable Compound was prciwred to meet tho needs
If woman's system at this trying period of hor life, and all women who
'ie it pass through this trying period with comfort and safety.
TWO COLUflNS OF PROOF.
work. I know your medicine saved
ray life audi cannot praise it enough."
Mrs. Lizzik ItoiscAr,
519 SniitU St., lUllvillc, N.J.
" Dear Jilts. 1'inkiiam : I have
worked hard all my life, and when the
Change of Life camo I flowed very
badly for weeks at a time. I would
stop for a day or two, then start
again. I went to sec a doctor and
went through an examination, and
spent two hundred dollars for medi
cine and doctor's hills, hut I did not
get the relief I expected.
"At that time I saw Lydia E.
rinkham's Vegetable Compound
advertised and began its u&c. I havo
found it to bo just vchatl needed.
" I wish every woman suffering
from female trouble would try it. I
recommend H to all my friends."
1IB3. Wit. Dailt, Jlillbank, S.D.
'.'"P" Deau Una Pinkhaji : I was sick
, jul nothing' seemed to do me any good
'V'-atlll began taking Mrs. l'iukham's
"It was Change of Life with me
V; .id falling of the womb. 1 had severe
' tins all through my body. I had a
h terrible cough and people thought
J had consumption.
."J took six bottles oi Xiyuia A..
iianKliam k tvgctuuic uoinpoumi
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Sfutes Liver Hlls, and I am now stouter
;anlihave been for a long time. I
.rtn do all my work now. thanks to
ft : -ydla E. l'lnkbam's vegetable
' j " If any ono wishes to write me, to
', ;irlfy these statements, I will gladly
i ' ;!bwct their letters."
i' jMas. Cr.ATiA Ciiezeu, Jcwctt, 111.
' "DEAnMna. risKHAM : For seven
Jars I had been suffering, was pass-
M.jj through the Change of Life, and
i'M"Womb had fallen; menses were so
'jsfof use that at times I was obliged to
, gj on my back for six -weeks at a time,
f ' ;lild not raise my head from pillow.
had been treated by several phy-
' ians, but got no relief,
i '( I was advised by friends to try
dlft V.. Pinkliam's Vegetable
impound, which I did, and after
' ::ine it six weeks I was able to bo
;,rand nil tho time and do my house-
"Deab Mia. Pixritam: I feel it
a duty I owe you and every suffering
woman in the land to tell of tho
wonderful remits I have found In
using Lvdift E. l'lnlclinin's Vege
table Compound and X.lvcr Pills.
"Passing through the Change of
Life, some of the physicians consulted
said nothing but an operation would
cave me. Mut your medicine alone
cured me." Mns. Maonolia Deah,
Hll First Avenue, Kvansville, InO.
Tfiftn FORFEIT II "0 cannot forthwith prodoe lh orlRlnil letters ami jljnitsrM of
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jThe Cat that Ate the Canaty
But she is "Not In It" with
the housewife who usen - - -
Reasonable in Cost
Wholesome nud Hweet
A great Leavener
ONE POUND 25
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Mlfcet-your guns and AnimutiHion from a mail in the gun business A full stock
r"! -- l .-r VAIN STRHET
H. I . STi llj.&ss , b. o. boiw.ho
ir?flg of all Kind. wi.i.uu
Nnw York, Sept. C While summer
lingers In the lap of autumn now fall
models flow from Fashlon'B horn of
plenty of countless numbers and great
variety. Most of them nro pretty and
graceful; others, with pathetically
plain Bklrts and severer waists could
make Diana herself look line a scare
crow. The very rough weaves head the
list of ultra-smart materials and these
are shown in almost endless variety
of color and combinations. The
mixed tweeds, slbellncs, cheviots and
granites wore never prettier than
now and appear at their best In grey,
brown, plum color, soft tones of red
A suggestion for a gown in either
of these materials has the skirt made
plain, though very full and hanging
In great folds all nbout the feet.
The omplecement of the corsage is
In white cloth, over which Is a trans
parent piece of red mousscllne. On
this are embroidered sun discs in
black, with red flowers touched in
cream. Passamontarlo buttons In
red constitute a smnrt bit of trim
ming, while the collar and cuffs are
also of red velvet.
Another smart autumn suit Is de
veloped in a grey and brown mixture
shot with sill; white thread, with ir
regular touches of oranges scattered
through It. The lines of both skirt
and coat are long and rather severe.
Tho skirt hugs the figure to me knees
where It flares out very full and the
' natty little coat fits like the proverbi
al paper on tho wall. The sleeves
which are cut loose and full, have cu-
, rlous little points of orange colored
ciotn sot In near the elbow.
Embroidered cloth is combined
most beautifully with the rough mix
tures In many toilettes. A rich brow
frieze, for instance, has the skirt
sewn in dispersing tucks over tho
hips nud back and an cmbroiuered
cloth front. At each side of the front
is a plaited flounce which widens
gradually until It Is almost half the
length of the skirt at the back.
There Is a plaited blouse waist with
a front box-plait arranged below a I
cape collar of embroidered cloth. The i
sleeves are limited and cut on the
bishop pattern, gathered Into cuffs
also made of the cloth.
These fancy new mixtures aro by
no means limited to dress gowns, but
are employed for some very chic
walking costumes. A specially fetch-j
Ing design has the skirt made per-j
fectly plain In the front, fitting ex- j
quisitcly over the hips and falling In
' an Inverted box-plait behind. Tho
I Jacket is tight-fitting, the front turn-1
ing back over a dainty vest in small
I revers faced with white watered silk. I
Sliver fall buttons, seven on cac I
; side, are placed on the front of the
j garment, to emphasize the lines of the
rovers. Tho distinctive note In the j
I suit, however, is sounded by strap-!
, pings of fuschla mauve velvet, piped -
with white silk, which come over ie,
shoulders and curve from the center!
seam of tne back as far as the darts j
In front. ,
The effort to revive watered silk j
will probably be successful, as It Is
really the ultra-smart fabric for fac
ing rovers and piping the .prevailing !
strappings and stitched tucks and 1
plaits. It is also employed vory daln-,
my as a necK nana to ue worn wnen
the waist Is cut away in the neck.
The ends are crossed In- front under
a jewelled slide, allowed to fall In
studied negligence on the front of the'
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Outing Costumes Ankle Length. j
Practically all the new outing coo-,
tumes have the skirts made ankle i
length. The drop skirt having been '
found somewhat unsatisfactory worn I
with these short skirts, there Is a
tendency to a return to the lined and (
slightly stiffened skirt, laffcta, thatj
most indlspensablo of lining mater'
als. In tho gun metal shades, will bej
the fashionable foundation for the
mixed tweeds and rough mixtures.
It is no longer necessary to have ultlrt
and coat lined with the same color
or material, for dark tones of grey or
gun metal taffeta are sometimes used 1
to lino skirts, while tho silver tones
or grey In satin, aro used for the coat
Fancy weaves and brocades are nlso
used for coat linings. j
Mallne and tullo are in great ie-
mand for botweon-soason hats. Prince
of Wales tips nro returning to favor, .
Iesnlto tho nonularlty of tho long.
graceful plumes and will be combined
with flights of birds on many smart
hats. Thoy aro shown to advantage
on a pretty now shaped hat which
has a crown resembling that of the
sailor, but whoso brim rolls upward
at tho sides. The feathers aro ar
ranged In pom pom effect and placed
at tho left sldo of tho crown and un
der the brlra aro massed against the
hair with loops of velvet ribbon. The
tips In most Instances are the samo
hue as tho material used for tho hat
Sorao of tho prottlest tints of win
ter will bo thoso that aro duncult to
wear, petunia and fuschlas, for In
stance. The decided blondo, nllko
with tho pronounced brunette has
difficulty In assimilating them and
tnoy seom to bo planned especially
for tho accommodation of tho noutrul
toned woman, Unfortunately the ma
lino and tullo hats are expensive, for
tho delicate materials are massed In
Innumerable little quillings and shir
rings, many yardB being required for
tho simplest hat.
A brown mallne toque, modo over
a stiff. hox-IIko Bhape, Is a mass of
flue Bhlrrlngs, exquisitely fashioned.
The only decoration Is a made feather
ornnmeut placed on the loft 'brim.
Tho feathers are brown, touched with
gold, and nro gathered fan-wise Into
a quill handle.
Rome less expensive, but quite as
natty to wear with an autumn tailor
made gown Is a perky little trlcorne
In dark purple velvet with knots of
flowers and bows of rather stiff rib
Pongee Will Stay In Fashion.
There Is no prosimct that the ap
proach of cold weather will mean the
retirement of pongee gowns, for these
will be extremely popular for house
and evening wear. A delightful
French model Is made of the most
delicate Dresden blue pongee. Tho
skirt Is laid In many tucks nud uas
a rather narrow front breadth that.
In turn. Is trimmed with groups of
flno tlicks encircling the lower edge.
The bodlco Is n blouse effect with
three narrow box-plaits embroidered
from the top down and tho front edg
es nro trimmed with a white lace
with -aiidyked hand of white penu
de sole embroidered at the edges and
crossed with knotted ribbons drawn
through embroidered openings. The
sleeves, likewise, are box-plaited bor
dered with two groups of tucks and
knotted ribbon ends opening over
bishop cuffs of the Dresden blue pon
gee. A oig blue hat that falls over the
face a trifle In front, turning up nt tuo
side with a long blue ostrich feather
going over It. completes the costume.
A white chiffon veil is draped over
the bat and turned bnck to he cnught
under turquoise pins.
Dresden blue promises to be one of
the fashionable shades for Indoor
wear ami Is exceedingly pretty In the
now crepe cloth. It combines well
with the prevailing laces and embroi
deries nnd is one of the few tints
that will he used with black combina
tions. No color Is more effective In
the soft lustrous Hllkn for Imlts, flow
ers and stocks.
A serviceable novelty Is the sleeve
handkerchief made to wear with
pockotless gowns. It has been the
fad for two or three seasons past to
tuck the handkerchief up the slcovcs,
but not until now 1ms there been n
particular sleeve handkerchief. This
Is made of finest linen; It Is about
eight Inches square and finished with j
a tiny -dglng uf Valenciennes lace, j
In the oxpenslve handkerchiefs, the j
design of the lace Is outlined in finest
silk colored threads. The shade,
however, must be very delicate.
Germ Infected Air.
Malaria is not confined exclusively to the swamps
and marshy regions of the country, but wherever there is
bad air this insidious foe to health is found. Poisonous
vapors and gases from sewers, and the musty nir of damp
cellars are laden with the germs of this miserable, disease,
which are breathed into the lungs nnd taken up by the
blood and transmitted to every part of the body. Then
you begin to feel out of sorts without ever suspecting the
cause. No energy or appetite, dull lieadnches, sleepy and
tired and completely fagged out from the slightest exer
tion, arc some of the deplorable effects of this enfeebling
malady. As the disease progresses and the blood becomes
more deeply poisoned, boils and abscesses nnd dark or
yellow spots appear upon the skin. When the poison is
left to ferment and the microbes and cenns to multiply in
the blood, Liver nnd Kidney troubles and other serious complications often
arise. As Malaria begins and develops in the blood, the treatment to be
ellecuve must begin mere too. j. a. a. destroys
the germs and poisons, and purifies the polluted
blood, and under its tonic effect the debilitated
constitution rapidly recuperates and the system is
soon clear of nil signs of this depressing disease
S. S. S. is n guaranteed purely vegetable remedy, mild, pleasant and
harmless. Write us if you want medical advice or any special informa
tion about your case. This will cost you nothing.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CAm
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A Serious Mistake.
E. C DeWItt & Co. is the name of
the Arm who make the genuine Witch '
Hazel Salve. DeWltt's Is tho Witt 1
Hazel Salve, that heals without leav
ing a senr. It Is a serious mistake to '
use any other. DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve cures blind, bleeding, ltcu
Ing and protruding plies, burns,
bruises, eczenin and all skin diseases,
Sold by Tallmun & Co.
Can anyone suppose
that we would double !
the necessary cost of i
our brewing without a
Would we spend so much on .
I cleanliness ? Would we cool the '
beer in plate glass rooms ? Would j
I we filter all the air that touches it f
Would we age it for months ?
Would we sterilhe every
' bottle ?
Merit and its due, publicity. meanB success but publicity wits
out merit means disaster and failure, for the public cannot be fool
ed successfully. The
Patent Elastic felt
is a proven success, due to public knowledge of genuine merit. It
is better than hair In overy possible wny softor, cleaner, purer and
far more elastic; dust proof, vermin proof germ proof, nnd so
wnter proof It will float. These merits are enduring; it never re
quires remaking, nnd Is practically un-wear-out-able.
Not stuffed like hair, but built of eight airy, interlacing sheets
of billowy, downy, everlasting softness, hnnd-lald and daintily en
closed In tick by hnnd sowing.
These sheets nre called "Felt," nnd the namo "Felt" Is trade
marked and copyrighted by Ostermoor & Co.; an Ostermoor Mat
tress, therefore. Is tho only "Felt" Mattress.
H It Isn't an "Ostorraoor" It's an imitation. Our name and trade
mark label must appear on tho end of cvory genuine "folt" mat
tress. Ho careful! Don't bo fooled!
Standard Sizes and Prices.
2 feet 6 Inches wide, 25 lbs., 8.3D
;t feet wide 30 lbs 10.00
3 feet C Inches wide, 35 lbs., .. 11.70
1 feet wide, 40 lbs., 13.35
4 feet f. Inches wide, -15 lbs., . . 15.00
All C feet 3 inches long,
In two parts 50c extra. Special sizes,
Express charges prepaid to any place.
We do it to attain
1 1... ..-!. . tnfivrtirl 1
r auauiuic punt
the remotest possibility ol germs .
to make Scbliti Beer healthful.
Why accept a com-,
mon beer, brewed with-.
out any of these pre-.
cautions, when Schlitz
Beer costs no more ?
Vour dealer mav ureter to for-
I nish a beer that pays a little more
Inmfit ! but does it Day you to per-
Imit it? Isn't pure Deer ocnuw
iBcer worth asking lor t
Alier tin Brtwtl Biltlinl.
Phone 51 Main,
507 Main St., Pendleton
THIRTY NIGHTS' FREE TRIAL
You can havo an Ostormoor Mattress, sleep on It thirty
nights and if It Is not better than any other Mattress you
havo over used-if It is not all you even hoped for return It
at our oxponso and your money will bo immediately refunded
without question. What more can wo do to convince you7
The Genuine Ostermoor Mattress is Sold in
Pendleton Exclusively by
Main Street, Near Bridge.
COE COMMISSION CO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. $300,000.00
Chicago, New York and Minneapolis epiotntipns received direct at the
Pendleton office over the best extensive private wire system in the world.
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