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PAca tzrxst. . UW1f OTTlfirk A V A 1I7 TT. 41 1 (Ml ft EIOIIT PAGES. jSasA1 UAlLs KAMI uitEurtAji, rajiunuw v--"-" ...y"- --- LK f Mass of Itching, Burning Humor on Ankles Feet Fearfully Swollen Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Many Treatments Failed but TORTURES OF ECZEMA YIELDED TO CUTICURA " Cutioura Remedies are all you claim them to be.' I had eczema for over two years. I had. two physicians, bub they only gave me relief for a short time and I cannot enumerate the ointment and lotions I used to no purpose. My ankles were one mass of sores. The itching and burning were so Intense that I could not sleep. I could not walk for nearly four months. One day mv husband said I had better try the Cutl cura Itcmedies. After using them three time, I bad the best night's rest in months unless I took an opiate. I used one set of Cutioura Soap, Cutlcura 'Ointment, and Cutioura Resolvent Pills, and my ankles healed in a short time. It is now a year since I used Cutl cura, and there has been no return of the eczema. "I had a small lump in the corner of my eye for over a year which was very painful and got larger ail the time. I thought I would try Cuticura Soap and Ointment on it, and now it is gone. I am seventy-three years old and have lived on the farm I now occupy for twenty-seven years. Cutlcura Reme dies are the safest and most reliable I have ever used for all skin humors. Mrs. David Brown, Locke, Crawford Co.. Ark., May 18 and July 13, 1007." DISFIGURED For Life Is the Despairing Cry of Thousands Of Wn-tortured and disfigured vic tims of humors, eczemas, tetters, and rashes, who have tried and found want ing many remedies, and who have lost faith in all. To such Cuticura Soap, Ointment, and Pills appeal with irresbt ihle force. They are absolutely pure, sweet, gentle, and wholesome. They afford immediate relief in the mostdis tmising cases, and point to a speedy cure when all else fails. Onmpl'l Eilrrotl u! Internal Tmtmtnt for Evrry Humor of Infuiu. Child im. uid Adult c..iilu ut Culk-ur tfcuu (Me.) to t'lniw tht bktn. Cuilrur oinimrnt (60c. to llrsl tlx Pkln. nd Cut'oir Rnmlvenl (50c I, (or In ih form of CLorulaia CtJ Pli 2c. pr li of 0) toPurtfr U hlraod. H .id tbrouihout Ui world. Holler Unit t'litm. Turn Hoi lrf,nau lioaUiD. Dim. mriUiwi trea, Cuucun book oo Bkla Ul Watchmaker Manufacturing f Jeweler All workstrk:tlyfirst class and guaranteed. I C. A. STRIKER Pendleton, Oregon EMPIRE BLOCK West Webb Street Large Quantity of the Famous Rock Spring Now on Hand The coal that produces heat and not dirt. Also fine lot of good dry wood. Dutch Henry Office, Pendleton Ice A Cold Storage Company. 'Phone Main 178. A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm it quickly absorbed. Give, Relief at Ones. It cleuiiM S, soothes, heals uud protects the iliKwed menu .' . brano rohultmg from Cntarrh and drives awuy aCoM iu the Head quickly. Restores the Soincsof Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cts. at Druggists; or by mail. Liquid Cr.m Balm fur une ia ntomizere 7G eta. ily Brothers. Cfl Warren Street, New York. Every Woman la tnterwucl and ehnold know about tho womierini Winning pra Douche Ask your drnwlfit for It. If ha rnnnot mppl .K. ViRVIi'I arfpnt no .1... !... aanil itnmll fllf tllltfl. J hnnk amloll. It irlVIH Mill ptirtlciilari and rtirectlnnd inv.imnmn to ladle. MARVEL CO, 44 E. 2 ii St., New York PENDLETON-UKIAH STAGE Dally trips between Pendleton and O'klnh, except Sunday. Stage leaves Trwileton at 7 a. m.. arrives at Uklah at C p. m. Return stage leaves Uklah at 6 p. m., arrives at Pendleton at o p. m. Pendleton to Uklah. $3.00; Pen dleton to Alba, $2.76; Pendleton to Ridge, $2; Pendleton to Nye, $1.60; Pendleton to Pilot Rock, $1. COULD NOT WA WLMarvel K M "IS mi., a AMONG THE OF INLAND Will riant 70,000 Tree, wmtnm Hueklcv. fruit inspector for horth Idaho, reports, over 70,000 trees are being planted in the terri tory adjacent to Coeur d'Alene, says a rneur d'Alene paper. The trees are chiefly of the winter varieties. He Is most enthusiastic over tne outiooa, and said: "T have thoroughly gone over tne country trlbutury to Coeur d'Alene. The number of trees being planted thin veftr will far exceed my expecta tions. I placed the number last fall at 20,000. A short time ago 1 in creased this to 60,000 trees, but I find I am far below the number, because I have already Inspected more than 60,000. t am convinced there will be over 70,000 trees planted this spring with in a 12-mlle radius of Coeur rj'Aiene. On the whole, the trees planted have been of good varieties and stock. However, I found Jn one neighbor hood an order of 760 trees, zoo or which were of bad stock. These, al though set out, were torn up and de stroyed and I have reported the mat ter to the state board. All tree must be Inspected, and had these been inspected it would have saved time, labor and money." For Twilight Baseball. Definite steps toward the formation of a Twilight Baseball league In Po catello, to be composed of five teams, will be taken at a meeting to be held some time early next week, says the Pocatello Tribune. The teams to be Included in the league will be the newly formed Y. M. C. A. team, the Pocatello high school, the Academy of Idaho, the regular Pocatello team and the Shopmen's team. It Is the plan to piny only week-day games, beginning about 6:30 each evening. George H. North, the North Main street clothier, has offered to hang up a pennant as a prize for the win ning team of the league, and there Is every reason to believe that such an organization will be a pronounced success. Masqueraded a" a Man. While masquerading In men's clothes nt a shooting gallery on Front avenue early yesterday morning Nel lie Allen, 23 years old, who declares she has nosed as a man for eight years, was tnken Into custody by De tective Lister, says the Spokesman Review. There being no law in this state under which she could be pros ecuted, according to the police, Chief CULTURED INDIANS. Party of AniHlowi ami SIjoshIioiic PunirlM Eastern Society. Senator Warren of Wyoming, ex cited the wonderment of his col leagues the other day by taking with him to lunch In the senate restaurant a party of Indiana belonging to the tribe of the Arapahoes and the Sho shone, snys the Philadelphia Press. The red men were In Washington transacting business with the Interior department and paying their respects to the Great White Father at the ex excutlve mansion, as well aa to his prospective successor across the way In the war department. Proof that the Indians are taking on the ways of civilization was to be seen at Warren's lunch function. In stead of calling for Jerked beef and bear meat the feathered and blanket ed warriors partook of salads and pie. Whnt Is more. . they ate pie with forks, which Is mfr than can be said for every white person that appears at the senate refectory. Also they used napkins as they should be used and didn't mistake them for hand kerchiefs or for bibs. They partook of consomme and mock turtle soup and even showed a familiarity with the use of the soup spoon that la un known to many of their white brethren. Great was the astonishment of per moiih who observed them to see that they seemed to be on terms of good upqunlntance with the menu card of the pale face. Little Wolf, the aged chief of the Arapahoes. who Is said to be well on tSward a nundred yean old, and whose countenance Is with ered and weazened, wasn't a bit abashed and went through his part of the performance with as much ease and grace as If he had been a debuntante fiesli from finishing school at pink tea. Yellow Dog was as suave as a dip lomat, and never once tried to cut his lettuce with his knife. Senator Warren himself was surprised and was obliged to call rortn his best Massachusetts avenuo manners to kopp pace with his guests. Some of those that saw what hap pened wondered If the Arapahoes' and Shoshones all are as polished as the party with Senator warren. Just think of one of Fennlmore Cooper's Indians eating pie and salad, calling for consomme and uslnir a napkin and fork! It was divulged, however," that most or those In Senator warren's party had been Carlisle students, and had not spent all their lives in the tepee and on the plains. The New Pure Food and Drug Law. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung troubles Is not affect ed by the National pure food and drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drug9, and we recom mend It as a safe remedy for children and adults. Pendleton Drug Co. Notice to Public. Having disposed of my lmpletnvnt store In thlfj city, r.ll parties knowing themselves Indebted to me please call and settle their accounts. FRED WEBER. Two fine store and office rooms for rent. East Oregon'an building. En quire this office. EXCHANGES THE EMPIRE Ilice ordered the woman released on her promise that , she would appear at his office today to give an account of herself. The woman said she had Just come v.p mm Kt. Joe. Idaho. She assert ed jthat she had lived in Seattle for 21 yeurs and had driven an express wnirnn there for two years. She said the reason why she posed as a man was that when quite young sne wa often suspected of being a man mas querading in women's atlire on ac count of her large reet ana nanas and a coarse voice. Her disguise was so perfect, she said, that it waa rarely that her se was suspected. , Work on Pasco Docks. Almost upon the arrival in town of nine care of material for the new dock this week. George Rankin, W. A. Bell and E. O. Tennant of the Paa- co Columbia River Realty Co., arriv ed from Yakima and awarded the contract for building the dock to En gineer J. T. Wilson, who is now in charge, saya the Pasco Express. Work commenced Tuesday assembling the machinery and material at the point of operation. The pile driver waa put In place yesterday, and work on tne dock is now going on. This will be a big improvement for the town, aa It is to be free to the public and all boits will land there. A call for sealed bids to open up a road to the dock will be found In another 'col umn. . Local Option In Grant County. Local option petitions with 364 signatures attached have been filed with the county court asking that the question be submitted to the voter of Grunt county at the June election says the Blue Mountain Eagle. If the county goes dry every precinct in the county goes dry, matters not If some precincts vote wet. But if the county goes wet, those precincts voting dry, are declared dry by law according to the local option law. Trout Are Plentiful. Thirty-mile Is poorer by the sum of 97 fine trout since the visit last Sunday of Frank Golden, Mark Pot wood, Geo. Welgel and Dr. B. F. But ler. It Is reported that Welgel caught a 16-Inch fish, but It appears that some one stole it and George swears dire vengeance on the guilty party should he ever be found out. Con don Globe. CURES COUGHS AXD COLDS. Hyomcl Gives Relief in 10 Minutes Cures Over Night. Everybody knows, or ought to know, that Hyomei is recognized among scientists aa thespeclflc for catarrh, asthma, bronchitis and hay fever, but there are a great many peo ple who do not know that Hyomei will cure a cough or a cold in less than 24 hours. But everyone should know that the soothing, balmy and antiseptic air of Hyomei when breathed over the raw and inflamed membrane of the nose and thoat will instantly allay the in flammation, and will Instantly effect a prompt cure. Complete Hyomei outfit. Including Inhaler, sosts only 1 at Tallman & Co's; extra bottles if needed, will cost but 60 cents. Joseph M. Harbaugh, Heldredge, Neb., writes: "I have used your Hy omei in my family for two years or more, and find It one of the best remedies we ever used for a cold or gore throat. We find that It gives quick relief in cases of catarrh." Whitman Track Meet. Whitman college's first Intercol legiate track meet will be held at Se al tie next Saturday with the Univer sity of Washington, says the Union. Negotiations for the meet have been pending for some time, the Whitman manager holding out for a date late In May, but this was found Impossible. Next Saturday, April 25, was found to be the only date feasible, and this was agreed to yesterday. Mr. S. L. Bowen of Wayne, W. Vs., writes: "I was a sufferer from kid ney disease, so that at times I could not get out of bed, and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foley's Kidney Cure. One bottle and part of the second cured me entire ly." Foley's Kidney Cure works won ders where others are total failure. Pendleton Drug Co. Notice to Ponltry Raisers The hatching season is now open and I am prepared to furnish settings of full blood, single comb white leg horn eggs, to the trade In any quan tity desired. $7 per hundred. For further information phone Main 88. A. Nolte. .i A Card. This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foley's Honey' and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The genuine Is in a yellow paeknge. Refuse substitutes. WHY DON'T YOU TllY. Why don't you try to be happy? Is, If you nrc weak and nervous, why don't you try Sexlne Pills? They are the best tonic In the world, simply because they are the best for any form of weakness In men and wo men. Besides, they arc guaranteed, Price $1 a box, six boxes $5, with full guarantee. Address or call the Pendleton Drug Co. This Is the store that sells all the principal rem edies and does not substitute. TT The people who do not live in this city and yet who "do some of their, shopping here," are important to those of our merchants who seek wiuer markets. These people read Pendleton newspapers, for they are "interested in this city," in its news.in its stores.; Store advertising stock, equipment; Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Wkly $1 per month PHYSICIANS. J. A. BEST, PHYSICIAN AND 8TTR veen. Office in 8a Tings Bank building. 'Phones: Office, main 114; residence, mala 171. DRS. SMITH TEMPLE. OFFICE Smith -Crawfsrd building, oppestte postofflce. Telephones: Office, Main 10; Dr. Smith's residence, Main Ut; Dr. Temple's residence, black 1711. DR. R, E. RINOO. PHYSICIAN AND 8urgeon. Rooms t and 4 Schmidt building. 'Phone, office main ($1; residence main 23. H. S. GARFIELD, M. D.. HOMEO pathlo physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office, black 1411; residence, red Kit. DR. D. J. M'FAUL, JUDD BLOCK. Telephone, main 111; residence, black 1(1. DR. T. M. HENDERSON, PHYSI clan and Surgeon. Office In Sav ings Bank building, room 1. Office 'phone, main 1411; residence, main 1141. DR. J. O. U. LUTTEHBERGER. Physician and Surgeon; formerly of St Losls. Rooms 14 and 17 Schmidt Bldg.; shone main 110; Res. Main II. DR. LYNN K. B LAKHS LEE, CHRO nlc and nervous diseases, and dis eases of women. Judd building, cor ner Main and Coart streets. Office 'phone, main 72. X-Ray and Electro Therapeutics. OSTEOPATHS. DOCTORS HOISINQTON. ORADU- ates of Klrkevllle School. Suite , Association block. 'Phone Main 101. All diseases treated. DENTISTS. E. A. MANN, DENTIST. OFFICE Main street, next to Commercial association rooms. Offloe phone, black 3421; residence phone red 3861. RALPH C. SWINBURNE. DENTIST. Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone black 1(11. DR. M. 8. KERN, DENTAL SUR geon. Office, room 16, Judd build ing. 'Phone red 1301. VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, Of fice in Judd building. 'Phone red 1411. , DR. LLOYD D. IDLE MAN, DENTIST. Sundays and holidays by appoint ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton, Ore., 'Phone Main 613. Office hours 9 a, m. to 6 p. m. SECOND-HAN DEALERS. V. STROBLE, DEALER IN SECOND hand goods. If there Is anything you need In new and second-hand furniture, stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and get his price. No. 112 Court street. Want FOR SALE. FOR SALE HOUSE 6 ROOMS; 7 lots and chicken house; part In fruit; two blocks from school. Price $2000; one-half down, the other good terms. Can or write w, inn omro. MAPS CITY OF PENDLETON AT East Oregonlan orxice. rme z&c. LEGAL BLANKS -OF EVERY DE scriptlon, for county court, circuit i-nnrt. instioe court, real mate, etc., for sale at East Oregonlan office. FOR RENT. vriTir-K' r.M.T. OX J. C. SPOONE- more, 117 E. Alta street, for nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, -close in. FOR RENT TWO, THREE OR four-room suits for housekeeping. Address 301 S. Main street. e People with "services to sell" e should enlist the services of e e "want ad salesmanship." IB IT : , fL is no longer optional it is as necessary as are clerks, it is the only thing that makes these worth while. CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS. JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN Judd building. CARTER ft SMYTHS, ATTORNEYS at law. Office In Savings Bank building. JAME8 B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office over Taylors hard ware store. LOWELL A WINTER, ATTORNEYS and counsellors at law. Office In Despaln building. GEORGE W. COUTTS. LATE COUN- ty attorney from Idaho. Civil and criminal law. Estates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Collections made. Room 17, Schmidt block. PETERSON, PETERSON A WILSON, Attorneys at Law, rooms 1 and 4 Smith-Crawford building. JOHN H. LAWRET, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office Savings Bank building, PETER WEST. DrVORCE LAWYER, Office (08 Garden street. R. J. SLATER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in Association block, at bead of stairs. S. A. NEWBERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Room 26 Smith-Crawford building. RALBT A RALEY, ATTORNEYS at law. Office in Savings Bank building. M'COURT A PHELPS. ATTORNEYS at Law. Smith-Crawford building. PRUITT A OLIVER. ATTORNEYS at Law. Rooms 10, 11, 12 and 12, Association Block. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M'NABB. T OCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's drug store. 'Phone main 186. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. CITY LIVER STABLE, THOMPSON street Carney A Kennedy. Props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Good rigs at all times. Cab line in conec tlon. 'Phone main 781. FRATERNAL ORDERS. PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 23 meets second and . fourth Friday evenings In regular convocation, at Masonic hall. PENDLETON LODGE No. 62, A. F. and A. M., meets the first and third Mondays of each month. All visiting brethren are invited. Advertisements The classified advertising e columns afford the greatest market for used articles. You e can obtain cash for anything of value. HELP WANTED. AGENTS WANTED 16x20 CRAYON portraits, 40 cents, frames 10 cents and up, sheet pictures one cent each. You can make 400 per cent profit, or $36 per week. Catalogue and samples free. Frank W. Williams Company, 1208 W. Taylor St, Chicago, 111. WANTED MEN, WOMEN AND families to tale advantage of our fine premium offers, given to old or new subscribers to the Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly East Oregonlan. WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH as help wanted; rooms or houses for rent; second-hand goods for sale; In fact, any want you want to get filled, the East Oregonlan wants your want ad. Rates: Three lines one time, 20 cents; two times, 30 cents: six times, 70 cents. Five lines one time, 30 cents; two tlm?s, 46 cents; six times, $1.16. Count six words to the line. Send your classified ads to the office or mall to the East Ore gonlan, enclosing silver or stamps to cover the amount Extra Lines over Four, 25 Cents per Line per month . INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINE88 HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reliable abstracts of title te all lands In UmatllU. county. Loans on dty and farm property. Buys and sella all kinds of real estate. Does a gen eral brokerage business. Para taxes and makes Investments for non-residents. References, any bank In Pen dleton. JAMES JOHNS, Pres. W. 8. HENNINGER, VIc.-Pres. C. H. MARSH, See. J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THU oldest and moet reliable fire and accident Insurance companies. Office with Hart man Abstract Co. ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS, ETC D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. Leave orders at East Oregonlan office. T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING. brick and cement work. Estimates furnished free. Work guaranteed. 'Phone red 2811. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. MRS. C. B. BEITEL HAS THOR oughly repapered and painted the City Hotel at Pilot Rock, and would be pleased to see all her old patrons again. M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIRBC ter and licensed embalmer. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Corner Main and Webb streets. 'Phone main 110. Funeral parlors In connection. BAKER A FOLSOM, FUNERAL Di rectors and licensed embalmers. Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor. Two funeral cars Calls responded te day or night. 'Phone main 76. MISCELLANEOUS. HORACE W. KING, CIVIL ENGIN eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De spaln Building. LET ELECTRICITY DO TOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed, $5.26. Electric Hot Water and Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee Percolators, etc. A complete stock of Gas and Electric Fixtures. First-class wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaugnan, 123 W. Court street PENDLEON IRON WORKS RE palr work on all kinds of machines, structural Iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court and Alta streets. Marion Jack, Prop.; A. F. May, manager. CHINA NOODLE RESTAURANT, Ung D. Goey, proprietor. Drop in of an evening and get a hot bowl of noodles. Alta street, back of Tall man's. e Today's classified ads may e bring a cargo of "luck" for you. WANTED. WANTED CURTAINS TO WASH. Mrs. P. A. Anderson, 1101 East Railroad. 'Phone black 3991. WANTED HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for rags. Must be large and clean. Call at this office. FARMERS BRING ME YOUR Poultry, Butter and Eggs. Hlghes cash price paid at all times. No, poultry house. E. H. Stark. Prop. Wholesale and retail. West Weoo street. Formerly Missouri black smith shop. SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF you want to subscribe to magazines or newspapers In the United 8tates er Europe, remit by postal note, cheok or send to the EAST OREGONLAN the net publisher's price ef the publi cation you desire, and we will have It sent you and assume all the risk of the money being lost In the malls. It will save you both trouble and risk. If you are a subscriber to the EAST OREGONIAN, in remitting you can deduct 10 per cent from the publish ers price. Address EAST OREGON IAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton. Ore. No one is either rich enough or wise enough to omit reading e the want ads.