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PORTLAND H
WHEAT MARKET
LEADS WOltl-D IV PUICKS
AT THE PRESENT TIME
Miller I'miMo to Sec-lire Siilln by
Oifrrlng As llltfli u $120 IVr
DiihlK-l for IHiii'NlfiH AinrtlH-r A1
viuicf in Hour 'ViiiMirury I-oss
f Drimind f(,r l.lvitM-k.
Portland. Ore. Murrh 1. At tills
time t!:e I'ort Intnl wheat market l
tho h'glitst primary rnnrkct In tho
entire world. Willi blue-stem whe.it
scare'1 and millers unable to secure
supplies even ut $1.1 5 ff $1.20 a bush i
id and other grades In proportion, ths
local market Is put In a class by Itself, j
The forecasted advance of 20c a I
bamd In patent flour and tho itd-
vance of loc n barrel in export prunes
were caused by this extreme of quo
tations. Tliere will be an advance of 20c a
bamd In the price of local grades of
flour either tomorrow or within the
next two days. Export grades today
advanced 10c a barrel, putting the
value to $1.10, or the behest In years.
The proposed advance In locai
grades will put patents to $.1.45 a
barrel, compared with the price of
$5.25 today. -
Tlie wheat market lias advance 1
so rapidly of late and supplies offer
ed wire so scarce that the advance
was forced upon the unwilling mil
lers. While the latter are quite
anxious to net all the money they
con f"r their flour, tne ric'ng of
values to such a height was not made
without much serious consideration.
With the new and i'irIit prices In
effvt it will cause tdi.irpcr competl
turned Into lambs and then sachflc
nlid the local grind. While wheat has
made harp advances In the cast, the
inaiKit lure Is the highest In the en
tile lountry 'u fact, Portland Is It
day h'- highest primary wheat mar
ket in the world.
With cash win. it firm and higher,
llii re was a stronger tone shown to
day in fulur- s mi the Portland hojrd
of P.ide, March option advancing lc
a t.ti-l'cl over Saturday.
I 'oar-" gram futures f . -1 1 the Infh!-cmii-
of higher wheat prices to, lay
and on the hoard of trade today
Mat' h out-! advanced J'.c a cental to
1 .xii I, id.
Slight In- In Chicago.
Chicago, March 1 The bulls were
turned int olaiiihs and then sacrific
ed by the hears when ;hc nruKcl op
ened cents a bushe under Saturday,
this morning It was the most serious
blow the Pattm clique had received
In the present movement anil after the
firet blood was spilled, the attacked
party recove red some i f its nerve nw
a portion of the lost price. Wheat
closed with Mav 3-4 to 5-8 .-cut a
bushe! undeT Saturday, July an I Sep
teliiher .sustaining losses of 3-(e le nt
each.
leiluips most of the olt roe iivc.1
by Patten and his crowd this nmrn
Int v as handed them by the f.iro'pn
s-ie. At I.'verpoid the short? were
not the least disturbed by the recent
sending of May wheat to $1.10 a
hushe here and after opening 3-8U
tind'-r Saturday today's opening Mar
ket closed with net losses nggrcgat
Inf 1 1-4 t') 1 3-8d.
Foreign Influence and weakness
gave encouragement to the bearish
clique at home but sedlers did not care
to Ve nture too far and therefore af
ter hearing the price down tit the
opening, covered some of the sales
with the least possible delay.
No Oiilsido ItuyliiK In l'ota(o".
Portland, Oregon, March 1.
Whil.' the potato market here Is
quoteel w'th a very strong tone the
strength dun entire cmfwyp cmfwyp
Htrength s due entirely to manipula
tion and dealers who have purchased
the most are the biggest boosters. De
spite all of this assumed bullishness
there Is no demand for potatoes at
prices producers have been led to
expect at least at this time. While
the trade In general Is of the opin
ion that potato prices will rule firm
perhaps for the rest of the season and
may go higher, there Is also a possi
bility that producers will hold too
long, and thus have too liberal a sup-
THY THE MONTY-HACK
(THE I'OH INDIGESTION
Nine times In ten stomach derange
ments are responsible for sallow com
plexion, dull eyes and th'n body.
It Is the stomach that supplies
nourishing blood to the muscles, tho
nerves, and skin. If the stomach Is
healthy, plenty of nutritious matter
will he nhsorhed by tho blood. If it
Is not healthy, the food will ferment,
and undigested, will pass along
throiiL-h tho bowels, furnishing so lit
tle nutritious matter that the blood
heroines Impoverished, and the glow
of health vanishes.
If you suffer from nervousness,
sick headache, belching of gas, sour
taste In the month, heaviness after
eating, or any othvr miserable stom
ach disturbance, you need Ml-o-na,
and the sooner you get it the quicker
you will he healthier and happier.
It will relieve any distressed stom
ach condition almost immediately. It
will cure If use,! according to direc
tions. Tallman Co. sell It for 50
rents a large box, and they think
enough of it to guarantee It to cure
Ind'gestlon.
mm
J U ( PfflHOUNttD HIGH'0-M) U
CURES CATARRH, ASTHMA,
Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs and Colds, or
money back. Sold and guaranteed by
TAIXMAJT CO.
DAILY
li rilll i i Trr ' s l A -I I I
CLARK'S GROCERY
544 and 546 Main St. Phone 1 T4
We will receive March 2nd.
One car of Early
Rose Seed Potatoes
One car of Early
Six Weeks Seed Potatoes
Better leave your order at once
Seed Potatoes Are Scarce
Call and see our fancy
Belle Flower Apples
CLARK'S GROCERY
ply on hand at the end of the season.
Just what will happen in tho potato
market remains to bo seen but It Is
Iieverthch-K.s a fact that those who are
now talking loudest of advances In
price's to come, are not buying a sin
gle bag at country sh.pp'ng points;
lxing content to allow growers to
bold and let the dealers sell at hand
some profits.
Killers Supplied.
Portland I'nion Stockyards, March
1. Tin; change of months brought a
chnngec of sentiment In tho livestock
situation, but the change In tho latter
Is believed to bo merely a temporary
ry affair. Keeiuirenietits of killers
are small In the? cattle market Just
tew. Most of the m have quite liber
al supplies, and for that reason were
ve ry slow to n'bble at stock offered,
this morning
Peeedp's cif cattle were fair over
Sunday, but this was tho only lino tc
show hii.v arrivals at all. There Is lit
tle elouM that the marked will take
care of all arrivals coming forward
In tin' near future, but the purchases
will notlike ly be so fast as during the
previous Week.
.Wither hogs nor sheep put In nn
appearance i:i the yards during the 43
hours, and both Plies continue the
t'Uie of last wee k, no change likewise
being Hhown In prices.
What tint Ifcwlers Relieve.
Gould Commission company
Market is a trifle slower, but no
change Is shown In prices.
Hunt & Ijacey Killers are not In
clined to take hold of arrivals so
freely, but the market shows no
weakness.
J. C. I.onergan Market Is not so
active, the wants of the buyers being
llm'ted today. Likely only tempo
rary. T. C. Benson & Son Market Is
quiet, but unchanged so far as prices
aro concerned.
Frank C. Sharkey Market Is In
good shape so far an prices are con-
cerner, but trade was somewhat slower
today.
Among the SlilpiM-rs,
W. A. Greene of Haines, Ore., sup
plied the market with a load of mixed
cattle.
Grand Hondo Meat company of I.a;
Grainle, sent in a car of cows and
steers to the local market.
W. J. Smith, a well known Prlne
vllle shipper, contributed a number
of cars of good cattle to the Portland
stockyards today.
J. S. Cherry, another Prlneville
shipper, had n load of cows In the
yards for sale.
J. C. Coiiley brought a load of cat
tle to the market which was received
with much favor. Mr. Conley Is
from Howard, Ore.
Still another Crook county shipper,
Mr. Merrltt of Howard, had a car of
cattle in market today.
". O. Cummlngs of Mount Vernon,
Grant county, had three loads ov
steers for sale.
Values.
The following Is the general range
of values on stock ruling In tho yards
for Into shipments.
Hogs Host east of mountains, $7.
25; ordinary, $7; blockers and feed
ers, $.r.75.
Cattle Ilest steers, weighing 1200
pounds, $5.35(1? 5.50; medium steers,
J5(fi'5 25; poor steers, $1.50 i 4.75 ;
best cows, $4.25 4.50; milium cows,
$3.50 (if 3.75.
Sheep Best grain fed wethers,
$r.r.0i6; liest hay fed wethers, $5 iff
5.50; lambs. $rt.25 DTfi.75; straight
ewes, $4.50 (n 5; mixed lots, $6.
. Veal Choice young calven, $5.50;
heavy and rough, $4.60tf 4.75.
Hogs Steady Rut 1hvor.
Chicago, March 1. Hogs, 60,000;
cattle, 24,000; sheep 25,000. Hogs
are steady and 5c lower. Left over
Saturday, 5000. Receipts year ago,
50.000. Cattle and sheep steady.
Kansas City. Mo.. March I. Hogs.
12,0110; cattle, 14,000; sheep, 10, 000. j
omaha, Net),, March 1. Hogs, S
500; cattle, 3500; sheep, 19,000.
0M'ii Cement Show.
Minneapolis. Minn., March 2. The
fifth nnmnil convention of the North
western Cement Products Association
convened here today. The Commer
c'al club of Minneapolis has extended
the use of the armory, at a cost of
$fiil((, gratis to the association for
their convention meetings, and for
the purpose of exhibiting, concrete
products and concrete machinery of
every conceivable description. Tho
association Is the second largest In
the United States, Its members are
composed of the leading architects,
engineers, contractors, building
block manufacturers, sidewalk men,
EAST OltEGONIAN, PENDLETON,
and others engaged In the cement in
dustry throughout the states of Min
nesota, "Wisconsin, North and South
Dakota, Montana and Iowa.
A Hellgloiis Author's Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salis
bury, X. C, who is the author of sev
eral books, writes: "For several
years I was afflicted with kidney
trouble and last winter I was sud
denly stricken with a severe pain in
my kidneys and was confined to bed
eight days unable to get up without
assistance. My urine contained a
thick white sediment and I passed
same frequently day and night. I
commenced taking Foley's Kidney
lit nic ely, and the pain gradually ab
ated and finally ceased and my urine
became normal. I cheerfully recom
mend Foley's Kidney Remedy." Pen
dleton Drug Co.
MoKlnnoii-tianliier Tight.
Posion. M arch 2. Members of the
Armory A. A. are assured of a rat
tling good bout this evening between
Hill McKinnon and Johnny Gardner.
The IJoxbury star and the Lowell fa
vorite are to go 12 rounds at catch
weights. McKinnon Is regarded in
the light of his last two performances
ns of coming championship timber.
He lias cdass there Is no doulit about
that. His admirers believe that he
will be making all the middleweight
sit up and take- notice ere long. Gard
ner Is too well known to need com
ment upon his ability. Ho will make
McKinnon travel some, and that Is
what Is wanted. The outcome of the
match will he eagerly awaited.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that Is not beyond the reach of medi
cine. Cures backache and irregular
ities that if neglected might result in
Brlght's disease or dlabeterd. Pendle
ton Drug Co.
E. H. Green of Texas, son of Mrs.
Hetty Green, the multi-mllllonalress,
has purchased a $7500 aeroplane and
plans to fly In June.
SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION
(il YEN TO THE PUBLIC
Says Thiil I-nino Hark ami Vrnlary
Troubles Are tho Dnngvr Signal
Tells H"v to Make the Host Kid
ney Miilielne and Tonic Yourself
at Home.
More people succumb each year to
some form of kidney trouble than any
other cause. The slightest form of
kidney derangement often develops
Into Brlght's Disease, diabetes or
dropsy. When either of these dis
eases are suspected the sufferer
should at once seek the best medi
cal attention possible. Consult only
a good, first class physician.
There are many of the lesser symp
toms of kidney trouble which can bo
treated at home is stated by a well
known authority. For some of these,
such as backache, pain in the region
of the kidneys, weak bladder, fre
quency, (especially at night, painful
scald'ng and other urinary troubles,
try the following simple home rem
edy: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one
ounce; Compound Kargon, one
ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapnrilla,
three ounces. These simple Ingredi
ents are harmless and can be obtain
ed at any good proscription pharma
cy and anyone can mix them by shak
ing well In a bottle. The dose for
adults is a teaspoonful after each
meal and again at bedtime.
There !s no more effective remed
known to relievo all forms of rheu
matism, becnuso It acts directly up
on the kidneys and blood. It cleans
the clogged up pores in the kidneys
so they can filter and strain from
the blood tlie poisonous uric acid and
waste matter which If not eliminated
remain !n tho blood, decompose and
settle about tho joints and muscular
tissues, causing the untold suffering
and deformity of rheumatism.
Backache Is nature's xlgnal notify
ing the sufferer that the kidneys are
not acting properly. "Take care of
the kidneys," Is now the physician's
advice to his patients.
BEWARE TIE
mm i
OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1909.
j want
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE White Minorca cocker
els. The Minorca lays a big white
egg and la the largest non-setter
bred. O. A. Robblns, 223 Logan
street.
SHADE TREES FOR SALE Fine
locust trees, from two to three
inches in diameter. I will set them
out for you. See James Hutchin
son, Pendleton, Ore.
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS,
wedding announcements, embossed
private and business stationery, etc.
Very latest styles. Call at East
Oregonlan office and see samples.
FARM for Rent or Sale Farm con
sisting of 320 acres located 3-4 of
mile northwest of Pendleton. In
cluding farm Implements, also six
head of good work horses, good,
well and running spring on farm.
About 80 acres sown to wheat last
fall. Good reasons for selling. In
quire at this office or write A. J.
Eisner, Pendleton, Oregon.
FOR SALE Old newspapers wrap
ped In bundles of 150 each, suitable
' for wrapping, putting under car
pets, etc. Price 15c per bundle,
two bundles 25c. Enquire this of
fice. CITY OF PENDLETON MAPS at
East Oregonlan office. Price 25c.
Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly
and Semi-Weekly $1 per month.
rnYsiciANS.
H. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO-
pathic physician ana surgeon, ui
flce Judd block. Telephones: Office,
black 3411; residence, red 2633.
DR. LYNN K. ELAKESLEE, CHRO
nic and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. X-ray and Electro
Therapeutics. Judd building, corner
Main and Court streets. Office 'phone
Main 72: residence phone, Main 654.
DENTISTS.
E. A. MANN, DENTIST, OFFICE
Main street, next to Commercial
association rooms. Office phone,
black 3421; residence phone red
3861.
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SUR
geon. Office, room 15, Judd build
ing. Phone red 3301.
VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, OF
flee In Judd building. Phone Main
73.
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST.
Sundays and holidays ty appoint
ment. Schmidt building. Pendleton,
Ore. Phone Main 623. Office hours
9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
VETERINARY SURGEONS. .
DR. D. C. M'NABB, LOCAL STATE
Stock Inspector and member State
Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's
drug store. Res. 'phone Main 69.
ArronNEYS.
FEE & SLATER. LAWYERS, OF-
flces in Despain building.
CARTER & SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office in Savings Bank
building.
JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT
law. Office over Taylor's hard
ware store.
LOWELL & WINTER, ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law. Office in
Despain building.
GEORGE W. COUTTS. ATTORNEY
at law. Estates settled, wills, deeds,
mortgages and contracts drawn. Col
lections made. Koom 17 sscnmiax
block.
PETERSON & WILSON, ATTOR
neys at law; rooms 3 and 4 Smith
Crawford building.
RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY, AT
torneys at law. Office In Savings
Bank building.
JOSEPH T. HINKLE, ATTORNEY
at law. Office In Association block
at head of stairs.
G. W. PHELPS, ATTORNEY AT
law. Smith-Crawford building.
PETER WEST, DIVORCE LAWYER.
Office 608 Garden street.
CHAS. J. FERGUSON, ATTORNEY
at law. Smith-Crawford building.
ARCHITECTS. CONTRACTORS, ETC
D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND
Builder. Estimates furnished on all
kinds of niasonrv. r-'pnt r-MV. p'oio
walls, etc. Phone black 37S6, or ore
eonlan office.
LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY De
scription, for county court, circuit
ourt. justice court, real estate, etc..
for sale at East Oregonlan office.
SECOND-HAND 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.
212 Court street.
ROOMING ROUSES.
ST. ELMO ROOMS. NEW AND
first class throughout. One block
from depot Rates 60c, 76c and $1.
Mrs. Allen Rhodes. Mgr.
ess fied
Ads
Eor Sale Continued.
FOR SALE WHITE MINORCA
Eggs, $2.00 per 15. Togo heads
pen, sired by Sunrise (full Sapper,
weighs 8 pounds). Won first prize
Kansas City, North Yakima and 2a
at Tacoma. Scored 92. Mother
is full Tioga, weighs 7 pounds. Won
1st at Albany, N. Y, Scored 93 by
Judge Northrup. G. A. Robblns, 223
Logan street.
FOP. SALE HUFF ORPINGTON
eggs from large, prize winning
Htoek. $1.50 per 15. J. E. Duke,
900 West Alta.
LEGAL BLANKS of every descrip
tion, for county court, circuit court,
Justice court, real estate, etc., for
sale at East Oregonlan office.
WANTED.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAINES, If
you want to subscribe to magazines
or newspapers in the United States
or Europe, remit by postal note,
check, or send to the EAST ORE
GONLAN the net publisher's price
of the publication you desire, and
we will have It sent you. It will
save you both trouble and risk. If
you are a subscriber to the EAST
OREGONIAN, in remitting you can
deduct ten per cent from the pub
lisher's price. Address EAST
OREGONIAN PUB. CO., Pendl?
ton, Ore.
Extra Lines over Four, 25
cents per Line pet month.
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. B. KEYS cab stand at Golden
Rule hotel. Phone main 25. Special
attention given to parties and dances.
HORACE W. ICING, CIVIL ENGIN
eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De
tpain building.
PENDLETON 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.
SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY;
family washing; work done by hand;
mending free; goods called for and
delivered. 403 East Court street.
iLET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
wOrk It's clean, reliable and con
venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran
teed, $5.25. 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. Vaughan,
122 W. Court street.
rNSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES
reuaDie aDstracts or tine to an
lands in Umatilla county. Loans on
city and farm property. Buys and
sells all kinds of real estate. Does
a general brokerage business. Pays
taxes and makes Investments for non
residents. References, any bank In
Pendleton.
JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
W. S. HENNINGER, VIce-prei.
C. H. MARSH. Sec.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable fire and
accident Insurance companies. Office
with Hkr'man Abstract Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIREC
tor and licensed embalmer. Grad
uate of the Chicago College of Em
balming. Corner Main and Webb
streets. 'Phone main 130. Funeral
parlors In connection.
BAKER & FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di
rectors and licensed embalmers.
Opposite postoffice. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars. Calls responded to
day or night. 'Phone main 75.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
DAMON LODGE NO. 4, K. OF. P,
meets every Monday evening In I.
O. O. F. hall. Visiting brotners cor
dially Invited to attend. A. E Lam
bert, C. C; R. W. Fletcher, K. of R.
and S.
41 PENDLETON LODGE No. 52,
(X A. F. and A. M., meets the first
and third Mondays of each
month. All visiting brethren are In
vited. B. P. 0. ELKS NO. 28S
meets everv Thursday even
ing In Eagle's hall. R. W.
Henneman, E. R.: Mark
Moorhouse, Secy.
DAMON LODGE NO. 4. K.
of P., meets every Monday
evening in I. O. O. F. hall.
Visiting brothers cordially
Invited to attend. A. E.
Lambert, C. C; R. W. Fletcher, K.
of R. and S.
LIVERY AND FEED STARLES.
CITY LIVERY STABLE. THOMPSON
street. Carney & Kennedy, Props.
Livery, feed and sale stable. Good
rigs at nil times. Cab line In connec
tion. 'Phone main 70.
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS,
wedding announcements, embossed
private and business stationery, etc.
Very latest styles. Call at East Ore
gonlan office and see samples.
Tho East Oregonlan Is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It Ieada
and the people arirecla It and sfiow
It by their liberal patronage. . It it
the advertising medium of the sect Ion
Directory
PAGE 6EYEH.
Nature Provides
but one
California
' It I the haural winter home
of many thousand of the
world's best people. Under
the gentle Influence of Its
mild winter climate, every
amusement and recreation
abounds. such bathing,
boating, fishing .driving;
such picnics, parties and
"JoIIfications."
:GO TO:
Los Angeles, Paso Robles
Hot Springs, Hotel del
Monte, SanU Barbara. .San
Diego, Santa Monica, Venice,
Long Beach, Santa Crui or a
score of similar resorts and
you will find health, congen
ial surroundings, hospitable
associates, faultless accom
modations and numberless
attractions and conveniences.
The O. R. & N. Co.
Connecting with
TEe Southern Pacific Co.
Makes Inexpensive round trip
excursion rates to California.
A six months stopover
ticket, Pendleton to .Los
Angeles and return is
$68.70
Corresponding rates are In
effect to other points.
We have some very distinc
tive literature covering Cal
ifornia's winter resorte, and
will take pleasure in giving
you all of the information
and assistance at our com
mand. For tickets, sleeping car reserva
tions, etc., call on, telegraph or
write
E. F. Schuyler, Agent,
Pendleton
or
WM. M'MFRRAY, Gen. Pass. Agt.
e
PORTLAND. OREGON.
Milne Transfer
Phone Main 5
Calls promptly answered
for all baggage transfer
ring. Piano and Furn ture
moving and Heavy Tr uck
mg a specialty.
Nice Roasts, Chops
and Steaks
Best sausages and smoked or
cured meats. Pure lard.
EMPIRE MEAT CO.
Phone 3Ialn 19.
Every Woman
U interested and ihoald know
sboat tbe womierml c
Marvel wr"B
uuuene
Ask onr drasnrlst I
it If he cannot upnl
the MARVEL, mccect no
trued book Healed. It elm fnll
nnrttrnlnrfl find rierofttnna Invnnblft
to ladies. MARVEL CO. 44 E. 234 St.. N Yw
Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
APOSITIVECURE
For Inflnmmstlon or Catarrh
ol the Bladder and Diseased
Kidneys. No cure no pay.
Cures quickly aud Perma
nently the worn ca9eu ot
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
matter ot how lorn; stand
Inii. Absolutely harmless.
Sild by druKifists. 1'rlce
1 1 .(O, or by mail, poitpald.
.MlJ, boxes 2 75.
cllV THE SANTAl-PtPSIH CO.,
'VvVW BClkt FON fAINC, OHIO.
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Pw Bit O tee niiilisj
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