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DAILY EAST 0REG0N,AN, PENDLET0N- QntGQK WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1903
hF BAD BLOOD
fjfsORES, ULCERS, ABSCESSES
t ttt evidence of a bad condition of the blood and unhealthy state ot
PHfTb an old festering sore, running ulcer, or abscess. They show
mnaritles are un..-.- r'TY me proper cnanne s, but
.Tsvstem to clog, and poison the blood. So thorouriilv doe
K Peate the system that every little scratch, cut or bmist
Pl5oa Everything about an old sore orulcer s,rWct as'.ZT
..f5naic Ti. 'in un a6w.oU,ol.1c.
.fft the general iican".
& ant attention, and are a
K .5tit attention, auu ic
LwL"" j trouble all the
fceoianxKv - ,litThlvoffcn.
. Kframng cancerous "
i Stir and in the right
' f ihe blood, and for
Kto sore never heals per-
& the blood is purged of
V. the svstcm cleansed
TilM substances should the
t,l. or the effect upoivthe sys-
faiehtprove disastrous. S,&.i.
iatothecirculation and searches
ti removes mc cause u
5 and invigorates ana uuuus
. nnlluted. sluceish blood
,nr) m the poisonous matter
Even from the system the sore
j to heal, new nfsn lorras aim
PBOM CALF OF THE LEO TO ANKUJ
A SOLID BORE.
Now Gaatlo, Fa., Julr 20, 1003.
u.nres years aero rnimwn. ,n
",17,,lle hSmo Icoilultai
.? T.a" f lv,n eorrotlvB snblU
mata, and aftar hanngr tt on for a f w
mlnntai I could endura tha af
longer, ao took off the application and
found that my limb from tha calf to
mjdlatoly sent for another physician,
who told ma IhadbaonpoUonaS. SS
1,m. J1 th- c1,t0 tbB "Wo was on.
aoUd, inflamed lore. I wa8 adl..a f
toria B. S. 8., and Improved rapfdl?
tinder It. n.e, but about thla time I had
an attack of typhoid fever, and this aeU
tied in the original ore. Thla, of oonrae.
caused a baok tot, but havinsr oonfldenoa
in tha ability of S. S. S.. I bepin it aaia
aa toon as I was over the foyer, and to,
make a long- story short, was completely
and permanently oured. Two years have
elapsed, and I have never had a return of
the trouble. MRS. E. A. DUFFY
214 W. Washington St.
AUXILIARY WORK OF
M. E. CHURCH
Mlcslonary Committee Is In Session at
Omaha Most Successful Year Fi
nancially, In the History of the So
ciety, Seventy.Flve Years Ago.
i i tnnn covered over with
ikin and the sore is gone for all time. Where the constitution is
tited from the effects of chronic sores, ulcers, abscesses, carbuncles,
ooiis or umci severe SKin eruptions, H. S. S.
will tuild it up again and stimulate and
strengthen all parts of the system. S. S. S.
contains no strong minerals, but is guaran
teed entirely vegetable. It is unequaled as
a Blood Purifier and invigorating tonic
Do not depend upon local remedies alone.
Get vour blood riirht. and ns it fnrrpi nut-
ison the sore must heal, because nothing is left in the system for
Jhm. Writ 1IC nlmnll rl.di'ratwiBrl.n1 I ..I i ' -
uyv-. .,. juuuwin. "uivai rtuvitc, W1UCU IS given
t charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA. .
JVIOTHKRHOOD is the
Omaha, Nob.. Nov. ll.Tho Gener
al Missionary Committco of the Meth
odist Church North, mot In Omaha
today to review the worl: of the last
year and to discuss plans for the fu
ture. The committee Is composed of
the bishops of the c-urch, the ofilcers
of tlio mlbhloiiflty boeittv. and four
teen representatives each ot the gen
eral conferenco and the hoard of
managers of the missionary society.
Reports to he presented to the
meeting shows- the past year to have
been the most successful, financially,
through which the society has passed
since Its organization In 1828. The
Increase It. missionary contributions
during the year over those of the pre
vious year was more than $160,000, a
showing that Is regarded as remark
able. In view oi tho fact that the re
ceipts of the last fiscal year were
$112,000 ahead of those of two years
Tho Increases of tne past few years
are credited to the educational policy
of tho society, which systematically
alms to interest all Metnodlsts In the
mission cause, and also to the worl;
of the Open Door Emergency Com
mission, which led in the forward
movement for missions.
bestows upon hculthv womanhood.
Women whose vitality lias been sapped
by disease cannot safely give birth to chil
dren. In pregnancy and in childbirth weak
ness of tin; mother is revealed in tho pain
and auonv she sniffers.
rnt ...l 1 i .1 a
jBJzZrVtl 'Mm mm ;rt-;iL lm-uicine. unves oui every ve-
i 0s 2gy M tige of inflammation and weakness, and
gives lone .inn sirengui to urn ueiicme or
nans which mature the child. The pains of
preunancy are banished by Wine of Canlui, and mis-
carriaces, which blast so many fond mother's hopes,
are prevented. Flnndinir. which so nffen isu:iirs after
I childbirth, is corrected when Wine of Cardni is used durinp pregnancy.
m iiiu ui t.iu-iuu imiues ,'iru iieauiiy uiiuies, ueuuuse, uuring me
months of pregnancy, the mother is able to give them nixessarv vitality
With these f.irfs ttriKentil t, AmprJrnn Wfitnen tin evneelnni
I mother shouldliesatisfied without the re-inforcement that Wine of Curdui
willRire her. Kvery mother should be able to treat herself in her homo
with thu valuable medicine.
Wine of tariluicanbe peenred from any druggist at 81.00 a bottle.
Toljcarp, N. C., Jan. 11, 1902.
lain the mnfher llf anvnn fl,ililmn n,i,l wtiiln in TirjfTii!inpv with itn
(Mlix suffered Untold misnrv until tlinvwprn linrn. One ntnnt b' before tlie
eventhra?born J began to take a bottle of Wine of Cardtii. which gavoine
"'"Mtcrlakinifthri-odoses. 1 used the rcinainderof tlie bottle until the
birthotthecliilU.aiid was stouter in three, days after the birth than I was in
a mouth after thu birth of either of tho first six. 1 am 'JO ears old.
MliS. VELIZABETH STAFKOBD.
Hundreds of Delegates From all Over:
Charleston, S. C. Nov. 11. Charles-1
ton has thrown her gates wide open '
for the army or fair invaders gatheied
from every jiart of the south for the ;
general conferenco of tho United
Daughters of the Confederacy. Ar
riving trains last night and this morn- J
ing brought scores of delegates from j
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkan-
sas, Missouri, Tennessee, Florida and
other states, and all Indications point!
to an exceptionally largo attendance.
lirver since the New Orleans con-
ventlon of last year the women of i
lyiiuriesion nave oeen preparing lor
the gathering vlth the result that the
arrangements ror tne reception and
entertainment of tho visitors are pro
nounced perfect. Today was given
over largely to welcoming the ar
rivals and the completion of the final I
details of the conference program. '
Therkelson's Old Stand, 315 East Court St.
ftarblc and Granite
MONUMENTS, Hi:lHTONbS, Ollf.
INlfS AND MUILD1MI STONE
Wo no our own uork and p arantee the itmol .
lowciit prloo Kstlmntca i-ivon on all kind of Cut I
oione. wo iinvtt a irtkh stock una uou'a Dtf picnt
oil to have you examine It. :::::::: :
Main Street Pendleton, Orcg
Near O. K IK. Dc not
IIKANGII SaOl' AT 1IKITNE1!, OltK
SWEDEN AT THE FAIR.
First Steps Taken to Install Her Na
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 11. The first
drawings of the Swedish building at
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
have been received from Charles W.
Kohlsaat, commissioner of tho expo
sition to Sweden. The plans were
drawn by Ferdinand Roborg, ono of
the most eminent architects of
Tho building repror.unts a Well-to-do
country house of Sweden. It Is to be
In three parts a center and two
wings surrounded by an ornate tor
mal garden after the Swedish land
scape gardener's method. The struc
ture will occupy a commanding posi
tion III tt-riiit fit tliu A rlmln le ti'n t Inn
uuuuiug to iue norm ot ino center
avenue and between tho Austrian and
The New Music Store is now open and in readiness to
supply the public. Two car loads of
Pianos and Organs
Havebeen received and are on display in our room. This
is the largest and finest collection of pianos and organs ever
shown in Pendleton. We will inaugurate a grand introduct
ory sale and will offer prices 20 to 25 per cent lower than
ever given here, during this sale.
We bought our stock for cash and are not a consignment
house, hence we are in position to sell at the lowest price
possible which will mean a big saving to you if you contem
plate bin ing a piano. We cordially invite you to call and see
the new stock, all new. We have been among you for years
and our personal guarantee, as well as that of the high
standing firms we purchase of, is back of every instrument
son COMMISSION CO. !
capital and Surplus. $300,000.00.
M at'the'p6 n Ycrl and Minneapolis quotations received
avc V eton ofn-ce ove:f the best extensive private
astern in the wor d.
120 Ojurt Street
B- E. KENNEDY, Mgr. I
ELATPDITtr l- ..i .
or nil n. V u 1 '' i a
n J"" ' " ncoonmtl.y to ItEI'IiAOK A WoltX-OOT KOOK
A TP Pi Tcr rrz i firz
face cf m 1 1 I w S I I
For flat B7f' t,D. 'nn. tar nnd gravel, and all prepared
'r all piim.t op 8rfacos, gutters, valloys, etc. Kasy to lay,
'"H mt !J , Reasonable In cost. Sold on merit, Quaran-
tor prlcosand Information.
Sixty-Ninth Convention Famous Greek
Now Vtirl.- 11 Tlin rKIv.
nintli annual convention of the Delta
IMi'Mou ifHteiiiUy began In this city
today with delegates present from
many parts oi the country.
The Delta (Jpsiloii Is one of the
oldest and most prominent Greek let
ter Societies in America. Its motto,
magged out of the Greek. "He dlkaia
hupotho." means "Justice our foun
dation," and Ita distinctive feature as
a college fraternity Is the fact that It
is a non-secret organization, the only
one of i ue college 'frateniltieH that
has no gr'p n,J pass-word or insignia
of mjter The chapters of Now
York t'nlversify and Columbia Unl-
A. J. Smith, the expert piano tuner is with us. Leave
orders at our store.
versity are entertaining the visiting
The most Inleiestlng feature ot the
convention will be tho banquet Krl
uay ovenlng at wh-ch tho oration will
he delivered by Dr. K. Ilonjamln An
drews, chancellor of tho University
THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
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for removing the common ailments of
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and year out thousands of families
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If you would look well, feel well and
keep well, use Beccham's Pills.
In boxes, IOc. and 25c.
TRIAL OF WILLIAM WISE.
Shall Accomplish the Greatest Good
for tho .Municipalities?" Another pa
per will 1m by- O. W. Hherrltt, of Mun
cle, on "How Shall Indiana Cities
1'rotect tho Hoys?" Tho convention
will continue in session until Friday, f
U. Washburn, United Htntes treasury
couuhcI In Now Vork, for tho govern
ment Importers or pulp wood and
wood palp as well as paper manufac
turers are Interested In tho fime
Prominent Alabama People In Serious
IJIrmlnghani, Ala., Nov. 11. Tim
case of William Wise was called for
trial today before Judge Greene of
tho Criminal Court.
Wise Is charged with tho murder of
Ellas M. Ithem, a well known trav
eling man who was shot and Killed at
tho Morris hotel last April by Ulen
Havls. a friend of Wise". Wlso was
present at the killing and bad taken
part In tho dlllleulty leading to tho
tragedy. Havls Is now serving a
term of twelve years In tho peniten
tiary for the crime.
Utthem'fc alleged Improper conduct
towards Wlso's sister caused tho
tragedy. All parties are prominent
and great Interest Is manifested In
Organized for Betterment of Indiana
Terre Haute, Ind., Nov. 11.-The
twelfth annual convention of tho
Municipal Leaguo of Indiana which
began here today Is largely attended
by mayors, recoi tiers and otner of
ficials of tho chief cities of tho state.
Tho formal opening took place this
afternoon In tho City Hall. President
George K, Downey of Dearborn coun
ty presided and Mayor Steog of Terro
Hauto welcomed the visitors.
This ovenlng Thomas J. Urook,
city attorney of Jeffersonvllle, reads
a paper on "What Shall De Done to
tho End That tho Municipal league
Question Constitutionality of the
Dlngley Dill. ,
Now Vork, Nov. 11. Tho Hoard of
General Appraisers met today to hear
arguments Involving tho question of
countervailing. Invoking (ho consti
tution of tho Dlngley tariff bill.
Frank 11. Piatt and other lawyers
appeared for the Importers and Albert
1 Acker's Dlcod Elixir poiltlvely cures
Chronic Blood Poisoning mil Scrofu
lous affections. At all times i
matchless system tonic nnd puriflnr.
Money refunded If you are not satis
fied. 00c. and $1.00.
For salo by V. W. Schmidt Sc C&.
tt Is calculated that Portugal has
stored In her cellars nearly llu.OOO,
000 gallons of wlno. Thoro Is n
room available for this year's crop.
Protect Yourself Impure Milk
Our to labels, shown above, are a guarantee against all impuiitlei. We us
only the Lest part of cow's milk. Our dairies are kept sctupulouily clean and
the greateft precaution is exercised froto the feeding of thecowitothecannlBe
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Eveiy cii ,, arauteed. r
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