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AILY IVT OK5GON1AJI, PBNDLETON. ORJKOON. THI HSDAY, MARCH 23, 1011.
SAYS QUININE WILL
NOT BREAK A COLD
HOW TO Cl'RE COLDS AND
grippe ix a few hours
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Tou will distinctly foci your cold
breaking and all the grippe symptoms
leaving after taking tho very first
It Is a positive fact that Pape's Cold
Compound, taken every two hour,
until three consecutive doses are ta
ken, will end tho grippe and break
up tho most secero cold, cither !n the
head, chest, back, stomach or limbs.
It promptly relievos the most mis
erable neuralgia pains, headache,
dullness, head and fiose stuffed up,
feverlshness, sneezing, sore throat,
running of the nose, mucous catarrh--
al discharges, soreness, stiffness ant
Pape's Cold Compound is- the re--
suit of three years' research at a cost
of more than fifty thousand dollars
and contains no quinine, which we
have conclusively demonstrated Is
not ef foctlve In the treatment of '
Take this harmless compound as
directed, with the knowledge that
there Is no other medicine, made
anywhere else In the world, whl Jh
will cure your cold or end grippe
misery as promptly nnd without oth
er assistance or bad after effects at
a. 25 cent pnekage of Pape's Cold'
Compound, which any druggist In the
world can supply.
If you want to
know what clothes the Best Dressed Men in Pendleton
will wear this spring, ask
Pendleton's Leading Clothiers
V'ems f-r Chesterfield, Alfred Benjamin and Society Brand Clothes, Knox, Stetson, Merit and "Smile" Hats; Edwin Clapp and Keith Conqueror Shoes.
I I " I ' '
TWO IX SPOKANE
TURN" OUT DIFFERENTLY
One Is Happy Culmination of News-IttiM-r
Romance, While Second Re
sults in Prospective Groom Being
Spokane, Wash., March 23. When
Mrs. Marie E. Gray of Akron. O., and j
j e. Guy of Potlatch, Idaho, were
married in Spokane yesterday, there
came to a happy culmination a mod
ern romance that had its origin in
the advertising columns of an eastern
newt-paper, six months ago. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Dr. S.
Willis McFadden, pastor of First
Presbyterian church, in the parlors
of a local hotel.
Guy, who is an expert machinist In
the employ of the Potlatch Lumber
company In northern Idaho, said that
when he read the advertisement an
nouncing that the advertiser, widowed
and lonely, was tired of owning her
self and wanted a manly and respect
able mate, he realized his own posi
tion and lost no time In answering
the appeal. Afjer six months' cor
respondence Mrs. Gray came to Spo
kane, where the bridegroom met her.
and the wedding followed. They will
make their home In the town of Pot
Frank Everett, a rancher at Chea
ter, Wash., had a different experience
with a "mail-order" bride. Follow
ing an Interview with the Spokane
agent of a transcontinental railroad,
three weeks ago, he dispatched a fat
envelope, containing among other
things the price of a first-class ticket
and sleeping-car accommodations, al
so $25 for meals and extras, to a wo
man in Kansas City, Mo. The bride-to-be
was due In Spokane on March
15 but Everitt did not lose faith until
after waiting five days, when he ad
mitted being "stung."
"The girl, whose name I shall not
make public, described herself as 24
years of age, fairly good looking and
a first-class cook," Everitt said. "She
wanted to come west and marry a
rancher, but I guess she changed her
mind after getting my money. I've
been 'bunked' and I'm going back to
the ranch, but before I promise again
to marry I am going to see the other
party on the ground."
Fully nine out of everv ten cases of
rheumatism Is simply rheumatism of
the muscles due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism, neither of which
requires any Internal treatment. All
that is needed to afford relief is the
fiee application of Chamberlain's
Liniment Give it a trial. Tou are
certain to be pleased with the quick
relief which it affords. Sold by all
Montana Town Feels Quake.
Thompson Falls, Mont. Many res-
-on draught at the-
632-636 Main St.
v FINE WINES
We Serve f Please
Esrcia Pdsrs. pp
One Block from Depot
A Gentlemen's Resort
Uirtia laden m, Prop
Idents of Thompson Falls and vlctn
ity were rudely awakened Monday
night about 11 o'clock by a severe
earthquake, which lasted for perhaps
30 seconds, rattled doors and windows
and Jarred dishes and other .articles
from their restingplace. The sensa
tion seemed to be a rolling movement
and its course was distinctly north
and south. So far, however, no dam
age la reported.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnin
Tablets. Druggists refund money U
it falU to cure. E. W. OROVE'B
signature la on each box. 16c.
McDonald Scatters Town.
Molson, Wash. Upon the institu
tion of ejectment proceedings by J.
H. McDonald, homestead claimant of
ground covered by half of Molson,
the Molson drug store, Hallberg's har
ness shop and Attorney Vvorak's of
fice have moved Into the "new town"
south of the Great Northern tracks.
Families living in the disputed terri
tory have also moved. McDonald
asks for $2000 damage from the com
munity, and also rental from the time
the land has been occupied under
protest. Some of the business men
will fight the case.
Is or should be worried when the lit
tle ones have a cough or cold. It
may lead to croup or pleurisy or pneu
monla then to something more
rlous. Ballard's Uorehound 8yrup
will cure the trouble at once and pre
vent any complication. A. C. Koep
pen & Bros.
Aw-xt Moore, at Pasco.
Pasco, Wash. George Moore, who
was arrested with John Flynn by
the Pasco police several weeks ago
and In whose possession guns, nrero
glycerine and Jewels taken from Spo
kane residences were found, was
picked up by the police again Tues
day. Moore was taken to tho county
Jail to serve out his sentence on
Medicines that aid natare are al
ways moat successful. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
loosens the cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids nature
in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Sold by all dealer.
has been held at the county Jail on a
charge of assault with a deadly wea
pon, was permitted to transact busi
ness in Maiden under the custody of
an officer. The woman struck uon
Rigglns with a metal cuspidor in
Maiden March 11.
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is appendicit
is with many victims, but Dr. Kings
New Life Pills kill il by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
and bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing con
stipation, headache, biliousness, chins.
25c at Koeppens.
Incrcnso Okanogan Cliargeit.
Watervllle, Wash., By order of the
secretary of the Interior the opera
tion and maintenance charges for tne
Okanogan project have boen Increas
ed from $1.50 to $2 an acre on Irri
gable land. This change takes effect
at once and must be paid this year.
La Follott Sells Paper Holding.
Prlnevllle, Ore. Guy La Follette
son of a local capitalist, and editor
and part owner of the Crook County
Journal, has sold his Interest In the
paper to his partner, R. E. Gray. Mr.
La Folletto Is planing to enter the
real estate business.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tnijlels Invariably bring relief to wo
men suffering from chronic constipa
tion, headache, bllllousness, dizziness,
sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia.
Sold by all dealers
Sprinklers Out at Dayton.
Dayton, Wash. Sprinkler wagons
have appeared on Dayton streets. This
is the earliest recorded appearance
of the water wagon here,' the usual
sprinkling period reaching from April
10 to September.
StltcH Grain Hope Illirli.
Stites, Idaho. With only one day
of light rain all through March to date
tho warm spring sun has steadily
dried out the ground In Idaho county
and all farmers are busy putting In
crops. Indications point to a bumper
yield of both fruit and grain.
DeiMity Guards Maiden Woman,
Colfax, Wash. Mabel Tomla, wnopended In Improving the service,
Inbuilt Telephone Spends $15,00(1.
Colvllle, Wash. The Inland Tele
phone company has a force of 20
men resetting and Improving the poe
line in Colvllle. The poles In the
business district will be set in alleys,
Fifteen thousand dollars will be ex-
Great EiikIIhIi t'nlvrrsltles Anxious to
Meet Harvard and Yalo.
London, March 23. Athletic au- -thorltlrs
of Oxford and Cambridge
met today In Joint session to consid
er tho project for holding an Inter- -national
track and field meet between
a picked team of American athletes
from Harvard and Yale and a similar
aggregation of the crack men of Ox
ford and Cambridge. The plan has
met with much favor on this side of
the water, and while a definite deci
sion will hardly be reached today, it'
is understood that the delegates to the
conference will do all in their power
to bring the matter to a successful
There Is a feeling here that tno
Oxonians and Cantnbs would bo the
victors In such a meet, as both of the
great English universities have track
teams of unusual excellence this
year. In the recent Intercollegiate
rports the English collegians have
such good records as to foster the be
lief that the sons of Olj Ell and John
Harvard would have to show unex
pected form to hold their own.
ine international contests. If held.
will be a great sporting feature of
coronation year and will be witnessed
by thousands of people from all over
the world. The middle of July would
probably be selected ns the date.
shortly after the British track chain-
I lonships. This would bo six or sev
en weeks after the American Inter
In former meets between Oxford
and Cambridge on one side and Tale
and Harvard on the other, the Eng-
iii-nmen were victors In 1SS9, winning
five events to four captured by tne
Americans, while In 1901 the latter
turned the tables, winning by a score
of six to three, and by the same score
again In 1904. The first nnd third
meets were held here and the second
In New York. Yale uml Oxford held
nn International meet In Iondon m
1894, Oxford winning, and in the
following year in New York Yalo de-
Anthony Comstock claims that Ad- feated Cambridge by a score of elEht
am nia nenina tne BKirts or Eve. no events to three.
wonder he was found out so easy.
A real novelty in prepared toods-
Read the want ads teSay.
would be predlgested wild oats.
etc. the official log of the Journey. On
the other hand he kept a personal
diary It was his official "log" that
was read. It was not every day, the
captain explained, that he had time
to make an entry. There were
atonal lapses In the record, bu
entry, after several days silence,
ly covercuQe missing days.
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this article he denied
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tions, and declared that they could be
"faked the ream."
Dr. Cook declined to talk for puoil
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