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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 10I. PAGE SEVEN. pooh ma OF Willi SKNDS PRICES LOWI'.ll WITH LITTLE DEMAND Buyers Arc Holding Out for Lower Print mid Market Is Dull (JimmI Murkct WUI Oim-ii for Seh-ct CirulN NVw IIIkIi llevortl Are Made In (IiIcuro WIkiii IIl ln-li-u Still In Control and 1'uvor May Wlu-nt. portliuitl I'nlon Stockyards, April 13. Th big run of -nttU now com ing forward bus changed the tactics of the buyer nnd from being por-.slsti-nt Inquirers nftcr supplies they are now disponed to hold uloof In or der to Influi nco a lower rale, If pos. Hlble. The condition comes ns a rfsult of the Influx of supplies thut do not show good (uallly. While some very good Bluff has been showing a ten dency to drag Fllglitl.v, owing to the great supplies offc ring of poor qual ity, a $5.60 market r nrrect Fleers Ik st ill avallnble here. Iloir Market Is Firmer nt $7.50. If anything there Is a firmer tone In the local hog market at $7.5') for top stuff. Arrivals ror the day were a mere handful and unturully buy ers were anxious, to tKC hold and were freely offering the former top for good quality. Sheep arrivals were on a par with hog today, although the arrivals In that line were but half a handful. The entire sheep market shows a pood demand ut prevailing prices. ailiugo Wheal I'll. Chicago, April 13 The sharpest advance of the season at Liverpool and at other foreign markets today gave the Pntten crowd nn advantage this morning that worked against the bears all day. New high records were made In the May and July but the other options generally ruled a frac tion lower than the extreme of yes terday. The market closed sharply higher for May and a fraction up for the July, but value In the September and December were lower. That Patten has not deserted his pot the May option was clearly demonstrated today when some ex tensive buying was said to have come from his house. It Is stated that most of the buying was from shorts, which mean that the latter are still de termined to undermine the king of the pit by some means or other. Wool ami Hide. Wool 1909 Willamette valley, 18 T20c; eastern Oregon, 18 19c. Sheepklns Shearing. 10 15c each; short wool, 25 47 40c; medium wool, 50cf$l each; long wool, 76c $1.25 each. Hides Dry hides. 14 0165 lb.; green, 8W10c lb; bulls, green salt, 6c per lb.: kips. 9c; calves, green, 16c per lb. Mohair 1909, 23c. Grain anil Hour. Parley Feed. $31 (i 31.60; rolled. $3435; brewing. $31. Wheat Iluylng price, new Track. Portland Club, $1.15; bluestem, $130; red Russian. $114; Turkey red. $1.20; Willamette valley. $1.15. Mlllstuffs Seiring price Bran. $26.50; middlings. $33; shorts, $30; chop, $23ft31; alfalfa meal, $20 per ton. Flour Selling price Eastern Ore gon patent; $5.65; straight, $4.65; export. $4.50; bakers, $5 40fl 5.65; ST IU VANISH STOPS FOOD FERMENTING AND IlEIJEVES DYSPEPSIA Tlc Mot ObMlnato Cnw of Stomnrh Trouble ami Indigestion Find a 'Prompt Cure, in. Dlapeptdn Which Is Absolutely Harmlct and Splen did to Vsc. Take your stomach or maybe you call It Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastrit is or catarrh' of stomach; tt doesn't matter take (your stomach trouble right you you to your pharmacist and ask htm to open a 60-cent case of Pape's Dlapepsln and let you eat one 22-graln Trlangule and see If within five minutes there Is. left any trace of your, former misery. The correct name for your trouble 1 food fermentation food souring; the digestive organs become weak, there Is lack of gastric Juice; your food 18 only half digested, and you become affected with loss of appetite, pressure and fullness after rating, vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping In bowels, tenderness In the pit of stomach, bad taste In mouth, consti pation, pain In limbs, sleeplessness, belching of gas. biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness and many other symptoms. If your appetite Is fickle, and nothing tempts you. or you belch gas or If you feel bloated after eating, or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach, you can make up your mind that at the bottom of all thla there Is but one cause fermentation i.n.llfrnRtlwl fnod. Prove to yourself, after your next i .,., utomach Is as good as v.. at j..- ft them is nothing really Rnn fhis fermentation and begin eating what you want without t iiunmfort or misery. Almost Instant relief Is waiting for you. It la merely a matter of how MIES OH valley, $5.10; graham, 'is, $5.10; whole wheat, $5.40; rye, 5s, $5.50; bales, $3, Oats Producers' prlco Track, No. 1 white, $40; grap, $39.50ifT40. Potatoes). Potatoes Helling, $1.50 1.76; buying for shipment, per cwt., coun try extra fancy, $1.25; ordinary ship ping, buying, $1.20; common, $1.10; sweet, $2.50 3. Meats and I,nrd. Hams, Ilacon, Eetc. Portland pack (local) hams, 10 to 13 lbs., 14c per lb.; boiled ham, 21c; breakfast bacon, 1 3 7D 2 1 ; picnics, 9'c; cot tage roll, 11c lb.; regular short clears, smoked, 13'c lb.; backs, heavy smoked, 13 '&c; light, smoked, 13c lb.; pickled tongues, 60c each. Dressed Meats Front Htreet hogs, fancy, 9ffil0e; ordinary, 9c; veals, extra, .10c; ordinary, 9'filOc; heavy, 7? He; mutton, 7(fZ10c. Local Lard Kettle leaf, 10s, 14 3-Xc per lb.; steam rendered, 10s, 13c per lb; 5s, 13 5-8c per lb.; com pound 9 Vic per lb.. Livestock. lings nest east of mountains, $7.50; good, $77.25: blockers, Mii 7.25; stockers, $6.507. Cattle Pent steers, weighing 1200 pounds, $5.60; medium steers, $5.25; poor steers, $4.25; bulls, $2. SOW 3. Sheep Iiest grain fed wethers, $5.50 (!( 5.75 ; best hny fed wethers, $."'(( 5.25; spring lambs, $7.60; yearl ing lambs, $6 50; straight ewes, $5fJ 5.25; mixed lots, $5; sheared sheep, 75c to $1 less. T FOR INLAND EMPIRE (Prof. W. T. McDonald.) The only practical method by which the fertility of the land muy be maintained s the feeding of llv stock of some kind or another and returning the fertility to the soil In the form of manure. When a crop Is fed on the farm from 80 to 95 per cent of the fertility which It has ta ken from the soil Is returned as ma nure and only the small balance sold off "In the finished product. But in order that a profit may be insured, only good stock should be handled. Kckvtkm of Cattle. In the selection of cattle, we should choose one or the other of two types, the beef or the dairy type. These two types are directly opposite. The beef cattle have been bred and developed along the line of using the feed con sumed for the production of beef. On the other hand, the dairy cattle have been developed in such a manner that they use their food for the manufac ture of milk Instead of the produc tion of beef. In form, there Is a marked distinction. The beef cow Is blocky and thickly fleshed, wh'.le the dairy cow is angular and sparcely fleshed. Because of these opposing qualities. It Is well nigh impossible to combine a satisfactory degree of milk and beef production In the same animal. Diilry Cow Profitable. The dairy cow will produce more for the feed consumed than any oth er animal on the farm, if she Is a good Individual, but a great many cows do not produce a profit. For this reason we must use the scales and nabcock test In determining their individual merit. In breeding horses for draft pur poses on the farm, we must keep In mind the fact that weight Is of very great Importance. Conformation Is likewise important, because It Indi cates the degree of strength and util ity. The horse should be well mus cled, have an Intelligent head, slop ing shoulders and pasterns, plenty of bone of good quality, and a good middle. In breeding live stock of any kind, only pure tred sires should be used, and the sires should always belong to the same breed. The mlx'ng of breeds almost Invariably results In disaster to the quality of the off spring. MRS. CASTRO AN EX TLB WITH HER IIPSBAND Washington, April 13. Mrs. Cas tro, wife of former President Castro of Venezuela, Is also being kept out of that country. Dispatches from the American diplomatic representative In Venezuela announce that Mrs. Castro, with her party on the steam ship Ouadaloupe, from which Cas tro departed at Fort de France, ar rived at La Guayra on Saturday. They were not permitted to land or to communicate with shore. As an add ed precaution the Gaudaloupe was not docked, but proceeded toward the next stop, a Colombian port. It U apparent the effort is to keep Mrs. Castro from any, direct communica tion with her husband s lormer polit ical friends In Venezuela. C11A7-Y SNAKE OFFERS SURRENDER TO UNCLE SAM Tulsa Oklft.. April 13. Because the United . States has not declared u,nr nn anybody. Federal District At torney Gregg was today forced to re fuse an offer f surrender made oy the outlaw Indian chief. and his little handful of followers. A courier came down from the hiiis today and sought Colonel Hoffman.. He bore a message from Crazy Snake saying he would give himself up If the government and not the state of Oklahoma would accept his capitu lation and guarantee him protection. The matter was referred to Gregg, who finally decided he had no au thority to accept the chief surren der. "Uncle Bruno, why Is It that your people Increase so much faster than thp white people doT' " 'Ded. 1 dunno, boss, onless It's 'cause dah'a mo' of us bawn." Chi cago Tribune. 1 LIVESTOCK OLDEST AMD BEST BLOOD PUMFIE! Wp never plnimed that xvnntipm nnr nnf that would cure More than forty years ago it was placed on the market and recommended as a blood purifier, and today, after a long and successful career, and when its use has become almost universal, only the same honest claim is made for it that it is a cure for those diseases and disorders arising from an impure or polluted blood. Time makes no mistakes, and the very best recommendation of S. S. S. is the fact that it has stood a long test and is now more generally used, and has the confidence of a greater number of people than any other blood medicine. The blood is the most vital force of life; every organ, nerve, muscle, tissue and sinew of the body is dependent on it for nourishment and strength, and as it circulates through the system, pure and rich, it furnishes to these different members the healthful properties needed to preserve them and enable them to perform their various duties. So long as the blood remains free from infection we are apt to escape dis ease, but any impurity, humor .or poison acts injuriously on the sys tem and affects the general health. Pustular eruptions, pimples, rashes, and the various skin affec tions, show that the blood is in a feverish condition as a result of some humor, or. the presence of an irritating, fiery acid. Rheumatism comes from an excess of uric acid in the circulation, while Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers. Scrofula and PnntaoiniKs Rlnnd Poison, are all deep-seated blood disorders that will the muse remnins Rad blood mav a sluggish condition of the system, indigestion, etc., or the trouble may be innentea; dm wnaiever me cause the blood must be purified before the body can be healthy. S. S. S. is a natural blood purifier and tonic. It is made entirely of the harmless juices and extracts of roots, herbs and barks of recog nized curative ability, and being free from all harmful minerals is an nrKnintetv safe medicine for voun? or old. S. S. S. goes down into the circulation and removes any and poison. It freshens and enriches the Diooa ana cures prompuy ami permanently Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Skin Diseases, Contagious Blood Poison, and all other blood disorders. S.S.S. is the most reliable and at the same time a most pleasant acting medi cine for those whose blood has become weak and who are suffering with Anaemia, Malaria or some other debilitating sicuness. A blood purifier is especially needed in the Spring to cleanse the rironlotinn rF the imnurities which have accumulated during the shut-in life of Winter, and S. S. S. is the most reliable and certain of o-nnrl results Rnnlr nn the Wood and medical advice free. S.S.S. isfor sale at all drug stores, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHTA, OA. Low Rates To OREGON DAILY ..During March and April.. From All Parts of the East Via Union Pacific Oregon Short Line The Oregon Railroad Na vigation Co. Southern Pacific $33 From Chicago . $30.50 From St. Louis $25 From Omaha $25 From Kansas City Correspondingly low from all other points. TO THE PUBLIC Write letters to everybody you know In the East and tell them about those low colonist rates. Send them liter ature about Oregon, or send their addresses to us and we wtll do It. In this way you can be a great help In the growth and progress of your State. YOU CAN PREPAY FARES for anybody from any place If you want to. Deposit tha necessary amount with our local agent and he will tele graph ticket promptly. Inquire of E. F. SCHUYLER, Agent, Pendleton, Ore., Or write to MM. McMCRRAY General Passenger Agent The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co., Southern Paclflo Co. (Lines In Oregon.) PORTLAND. OREGON. S. S. S. was a medicine to work everv ohvsical ailment or disorder. Having used S. S. S. exten sively I can testify to its merits as a blood purifier and tonle. It enriches, purifies and cleanses the blood of all impar ities, and at tbe same time is a wonderful invigorator, tonio and system builder. It is also a fine remedy for Bheumatism. It is master of this very pain ful disease, and as a tonio to Viva appetite, strength to tbe nerves and build up tbe sys tem it has no equal. It is a very fine medioine Indeed, and I have every confi dence in it. UBS. F. L. BAILEY. 702 Linden St., Clearfield, Pa. continue to grow worse as long as come from various causes, such as , imperfect bowel and kidney action, every trace of impurity, humor or 3 Want Ms. E FOR SALE. FRUIT AND GARDAIN LAND FOR Sale In the famous Walla Walla Walla valley near electric car line. Small tracts on easy terms. Don't wait till prices raise. Get In on the ground floor. White for list or come and see us. MANELA & BROWN, Milton, Ore. EGGS PRIZE WINNING SETTINGS of pretty French Houdans, rose combed White Wyandottes, Barred Plymouth Rocks and Bantams, $1.50 to $2 per setting of 16. Enquire E O. office. FULL BLOOD White Leghorn eggs for sale. Address Mrs. R. L. Oliver or phone Black 3521. FOR SALE Loganberry plants. 60c per dozen, by mail, postpaid. By express or freight, $2 per hundred. C. F. Moore, Cresswell, Ore. LEGAL BLANKS of every descrip tion, for county court, circuit court, Justice court, real estate, etc., for sale at East Oregonlan office. EGGS WHITE MINORCA eggs for sale from thoroughbred prize win ning stock, at $2.00 per 15. Call on G. A. Robblns, 223 Logan St. FOR SALE BUFF ORPINGTON eggs from large, prize winning stock. $1.60 per 13. J. E. Duke, 900 West Alta. Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly $1 per month. PHYSICIANS. H. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO pathlc physician and surgeon. ON flee Judd block. Telephones: Of-lce black 3411; residence, red 2633. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO nic and nervous diseases, and d's eases of women. X-ray and Electrw 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 3851. DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL SUR geon. Office, room 15, Judd build ing. Phone red 3301. VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, OF- flce In Judd building. Phone Main 73. 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. J. A. DONAGHUE, VETERINARY Surgeon. Official local stock in spector. Graduate Ontario Veteri nary college. Office phone Main 20, residence phone, Main Z7. ATTORNEYS. RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY, AT- torneys at law. Office in Savings Bank building. FEE & SLATER, LAWYERS, OF flees in Despain Dunaing. 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. Betates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Col- lections made. Room 17 Schmidt block. PETERSON & WILSON. ATTOR- neys at law; reoma S and 4 Smith- Crawford building. PHELPS & STEIWER. ATTORNEYS at law. Offices In Smith-Crawford building. PETER WEST, DIVORCE LAWYER. Office (08 Garden street. CHAS. J. FERGUSON, ATTORNEY at law. Office In Association block. DOUGLAS W. BAILEY ATTORNEY at law. Will practice In all state and federal courts. Rooms 1. 2, 3 and 4. over Taylor hardware store. SECOXD-IUXD DEALERS. V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND hand goods. If there Is anything you need m new and second-hand furniture, stoves, granlteware and crockery, call and get his price. No. 212 Court street INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reliable abstracts of title to all 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. 8. HENNINGER. Vlce-pres. C. H. MARSH. Sec. J. M. EENTLET REPRESENTS THE old wi and most reliable fire and accident insarance companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co. Classified For Sale -Continued. ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS, wedding announcements, embossed private and business stationery, etc Very latest styles. Call at East Oregonlan office and see samples. CITY OF PENDLETON MAPS at East Oregonlan office. Price 25c WANTED. $150.00 PER MONTH for special fire Insurance work In and near Pen dleton. Good men can have per manently. Local man preferred, but will consider sending man In. Mutual Company. Address 318 Worcester Bldg., Portland Oregon. WANTED I will take horses to pas ture on my place near Meacham, $1 per month. Plenty of grass, salt and water. C. C. Darr. WANTED Classified ads, such a 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 Hn a one time, 20 cents; two times, 30 cents; six times, 70 cents. Five lines one time, 30 cents; two times, 45 cents; six times, $1.15. Count six words to the line. Send your classified ads to the office or mall to the East Oregonlan, enclosing silver or stamps to cover the am ount Extra Lines over Four, 25 cents per Line per month. MISCELLANEOUS. CARPETSv RUGS, FURNITURE AND draperies cleaned by suction and compressed air, without removing from room. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Main, 503.. EMPLOYMENT AGENCT. POSITI ons secured and help finished for all kinds of v. i-j. C. 17. Sclera, E. O. Bldg., Pendleioa HO RACK W. KING, CIVIL ENGIN eer and Surveyor. Room 11, De epaln building. PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE pair work on all kinds of machines, structural iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court and Alta streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F. May. manager. SLOM KEE. CHINESE LAUNDRY; family washing; were dona by hand; mending free; goods called for and delivered. 4 OS East Court street. LET 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. Flrst-clasa wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan 122 W. Court street AUCTIONEER. COL. F. G. LUCAS, LIVESTOCK Auctioneer, Athena, Oregon. Ref erence First National Bank of Athena, aoid Farmers' Bank, of Weston. Farm sales a specialty. FUNERAL WRECTOR& M. A. RADER. FUNERAL DIREC- tor and licensed, embalmar. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Cornet Main and Webb streets. 'Phone main 139. Funeral parlors la connection. BAKER A FOifiOM. FUNERAL. Di rectors and licensed embalmera. Opposite poste&lce. Funeral parlor. Two funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. 'Phon main 75. FKATERN Ali ORDERS. PENDLETON LODGE No. 61. XX A. F. and A. M., meets the first w aad third Mondays of each month. All visiting brethren are ln vlted. B, P. a ELKS NO. 288 meets every Thursday even lng In Eagle's hall R. W. Henneman. B. R.: Mark Moorhouse, Secy. v jf DAMON LODGE NO. 4. K. TSS nt P.. maeta everv 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. ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS. ETC J. L. FRANKUM. WILL DO ALL kinds of concrete work, cement walks, foundations laid, estimates fur nished. Phone Red 2232 or leave orders at this office. D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone walls, etc. Phone black 3788, or Ore gonlan office. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. CITY LIVERY STABLE. THOMPSON street Carney k Kennedy, Propa Livery, feed and sale stable. Good rigs at all tlmea Cab line In connec tion. 'Phone main 70. ROOMING HOUSES. ST. ELMO ROOMS. NEW AND first class throughout. One block from depot. Rates 60c, 76c and $1. Mrs. Allen Rhodes. Mgr. DaOy Caat CsregotUan by only II cents per wek. Directory aoon you take some uiapcpsm.