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DAILY EAST OK ETONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, AUAl'ST 1, 1009. PAGE SEVEN. TOP GRADES IRE E 1 MUfKWIF Ads. If want praises aman WANTED Daughter's Head Encrusted with Dandruff Feared sheWould Lose her Hair Many Treatments were Futile-Baby had Milk-Crust. BOTH CHILDREN CURED BY FAMOUS REMEDIES "For teveral years my husband was missionary in the Southwest, and we were living on the edge of the desert at an elevation of neurly five thousand feet. Kvery one in that high and dry atmosphere has more or lees trouble with dandruff and my daughter's scalp became so encrusted with it that I waa alarmed for fear she would lose all her hair which was very heavy. After spending between five and six dollars for various remedies, in desperation I bought a cake of Cuticura Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment. After rub bing the Cuticura Ointment thoroughly into the roots of the hair, I gently combed the trust of dandruff free from the scalp, and then gave her head a thorough shampoo with the Cuticura Soap. This left the scalp lcautifully dean and free from dandruff, and after the hair was dry, I again rubled the Cuticura Ointment, thin time sparingly, Into the roots, and I am happy to say that the Cuticura Remedies were a oompleU) hukcks. My troubles with dandruff were over, although for a long time afterward I used the Cuticura Ointment as at flrst, after shampooing, which kept the scalp and roots of the hair moist. I have used successfully the Cuticura ftcmedles for so-called 'milk .-nut' on baby's head, and have never found anything to equal them. Yu are at liberty to publish this letter, for I dp sin'-erely believe that the Cuti cura Kemedina are a blessing to man kind Mrs J. A. Darling, 310 Fifth St.. Carthage. Ohio, Jan. 20. 1U0S." Outleura Ointment Is one nf the moat successful curatives for torturing, dis figuring humors of the skin and scalp, including loss of hair, ever compounded, in proof of which a single anointing with It, preceded bv a hot bath with Cuticura Soap, and followed, when necessary, bv n mild dose of Cuticura Resolvent (lirJUjd or pills) is I tun ufh'cient to afford Immediate relief of Itching, burning and loaly b (DOTS, eczema, mi .' ns and inflammations, permit rest rind sleep, and toint lo s speexlv run' when all c faiU. Bstd tnmuihout ihf worm Putter oru OVrn f'oru . Sole I'mph . lui.m. Mlw ST UUIM Free ''ullrun Back on Skit DU : Starting July I, '09 LEHMAN SPRINGS : : STAGE MEETS PILOT ROCK TRAINS X 1 fives reiriilnr Moniinvs. Wert- nesdays and Fridays, arrives at X lynman orau p. m.. aiso naes line daily. RATES . . ... .. . . Round Trip $5.50 I I One Way . . $3.00 X . . ... : i I e K eis on sine nr. r rencn xes tuurant, Pendleton. M. K. Thompson Pilot Hock. DON'T EXPERIMENT, You Will Make No Mistake If Yon Follow 'litis Pendleton Citizen's Advice. Never neglect your kidneys. If you have pnln in the back, uri nary disorders, dizziness and nervous ness, it's time to act and no time to experiment. These are all symptoms of kidney trouble, and you should seek a remedy which Is known to cure tho kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills Is the remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has cured mnny stubborn cases In Pendleton. Follow the advlco of a Pendleton citizen and be cured your self. Mrs. C, Oliver, 812 MP'e street, Pendleton, Ore., says: "I am Just ns pleased to endorse Doan's Kidney Pills at this time as when I gave a state ment recommending them in l ;o&. it is over five years since I procured them at the Pendleton Drug Co., nnd was permanently cured of a severe at tack of kidney trouble. For six months I could not bear to bo on my feet on account rf tho bearing down pains through my brick and kidneys. The kidney secretions were also too frequent In passage and caused me great annoyance. I was gradually growing worse and In spite of the use of many remedies, I failed to find relief nntil Doan's Kidney Pills camo to my notice. 1 procured n box and they son went to tho seat of the trou ble I was so encouraged that I con tinued their use until a permanent cure was effected. I know of others who have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have been permanently cured by them.'' For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other Cures Oolrisi Prnvonts Pneumonia PREMIUM IS O WICKED FOB BETTER QUALITY OF STEERS rices pit hi Tor The Poorer Grade Drops BScta,, While The Better Grades Kctuuin ITrin Killers Kc fnae lo Pay l lie inciter Prices De manded for Hogs Rig Sheep Run, Portland, Aug. 3. Premium being paid for renl good iiuality cattle Is being considerably widened over the prices In effect for ordinary stuff. For Instance, present demand for top steers Is brisk at $4.50, and all the best (luallty that comes Is readily ta ken bold of by killers at that figure. U nils a few days ago, It was possible to obtain as high as $4.25 for ordi nary steers, such is not the case at this time, and nothing over $4 Is today available. it Is therefore apparent that while top steers have stood firm anil steady at $4.50, ordinary quality has dropped 25c from former levels. Northerners continue to be the best buyers of cattle In the Portland mar ket and their purchases In reality are made at better prices than they have been accustomed to pay on the roud. This is due entirely to the compctl Ui n between buyers In the yards. Hog Market Is Lower. More determined than ever to es cape paying what they consider "holdup" prices for hogs, killers seem to have deserted that market and can bo Induced to buy only by the of f ring of supplies at lower prices. Xo hogs have been sold In the yards dur ing the past 24 hours hoove $9.10, this being 15c below the levels quoted yesterday, This price was paid, too for stock that rated Al In the yards, the shipment in Question being of the 200 pound average. Kun of hogs In the yards today was 91 head, compared with 130 yesterday, mine Saturday, 125 Friday, 46 Thurs day. '.16 Wednesday and 41 a week ago today. Big Rim of Sheep, During th ' past 24 hours there was quire a liberal display of sheep In the yards, . total of 1016 head was re ceived since yesterday's report. Mar ket Is In excellent condition for first class auallty. but killers seem deter mined to hit the haif fat or poor qual ity lambs. Thin lambs are hard to I move at any price. In fact, they are undesirable at the moment and ship pers will therefore do better to keep them at home until their condition in, proves. Wheal is i.ocr Agala, Local wheat values arc showing an other loss today. For track delivery tidewater exporters and millers are not offering over 95c for club, blue- stem. $1, red Russian, 93c, forty-fold 96 l-2c, Willamette valley 9596c 1 bushel. The differential between blue stem and fortyfold has been Increased another half cent, the spread now being 3 l-2c a bushel. STIC BUS. Livestock Stiles. Net Wt. Price. 10 steers 11,425 $4.10 4 steers 3,525 3.50 1 steer 725 2.00 HEIFERS AND COWs. 1 cow 1,200 13. 25 2 heifers 1,350 3.60 3 cows 2,750 3.25 BULLS. 4 bulls 6.625 12.25 MIXED CATTLE, 11 mixed 14.390 $2.75 CALVES G calves 2,800 $4.00 4 calves 15.600 4.00 11 calves 21,275 6.25 BHBEP. 45 mixed 4,500 $4.00 34 mixed 3,760 4.00 7 1 ewes 7,350 3.75 LAMBS. 177 lambs 11,470 $5.50 48 lambs 3.600 5.25 23 lambs 1,675 5.50 HOQS. B hogs 1,600 $9.10 13 hogs 1,425 7.50 8 hogs 1,600 9.10 Porta nd Market Summary, Cattle Hist steers, weighing 120" pounds, $4.50 ii 4.65; medium steers, $4 1104.40; best cows, $3.50; medi um cows. g.003.25; bulls. $2.25 fe Mors Pest east of the mountains. tS.00O9.10; good, $9.00; atoekera, $7.60. Sheep (sheared) Beet wethers. $4.00(11 4.25; ordinary, $.1.75 lit 4.00; spring lambs, IS.OOfii 5.50; straiijlit ewes, $3.75 r 4.00; mixed lots, $4.00. Calves Best, $5.00; ordinary, $4. On (ft: 4.50. Wool and Hide--. Wool 1909. Willamette valley, 22(f? 4c; eastern Oregon, 20 j) 23c. Tallow Prime, per lb, 3(ftMc; No. 2 and grease, 2W2 l-2c. Sheepskins Shearing 10 fj 150 eachj short wool, 2540c; medium wind, 50eii?$l each; long wool, 75ci?i $1.25 each. Chlttlm Bark Old. 508 l-2c; new, I 1-24J So lb. Hides Dry hide. 1 4 rT 1 fic lb; green 9010c lb: bulls, green salt, 6c per lb; kips, 9c; calves, green, 16c per lb. Mohair 1909. 23i2lo. (.rain nnd Flour. Wheat -Buying price, iyflo crop Track, Portland Club, 95c; bluestem, fl.00; red Itusslnn, 93c; fortyf.dd. 96 l-2c, valley 95c. Barley Producers' price 1909 Peed, $30.00; rolled, $34.00 36.00. Millstuffs Selling price Bran, J26.50; mldlings, $33.00; shorts, $3a; chop, $23W31; alfalfa menl $20 pet ton. Flour Selling price Fasten, Ore gon patent. $6.25; straight, $6.30 6.00; export, $4.70; bakers. tf.OOfj 6.25; valley, $5.50; graham. 1-4-$6.60; whole wheat, $5. SO; ryt . Sa, $6.50; bales, $3.00. Summer Rates East During the Season 1909 rte the Oregon Railroad Nov. Co., OREGON SHORT LINE AND UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD from Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Walla and all Points on the O. R. & N. Line. To OMAHA and Return - $60.00 To KANSAS CITY and Return $60.00 To ST. LOUIS and Return - $67.50 To CHICAGO and Return - $72.50 and to other principal cities In the East, Middle West and South, Correspondingly low fares. On Sale June 2, 3; July 2, 3; August 11,12 To DENVER and Return - $55.00 On Sale May 1 7, July I , August 1 1 Going transient limit 10 days from date of sale, final return limit October 31st. These tickets present some very attractive features In the way of stopover privileges, and choice of routes; thereby enabl ing passengers to make side trips to many interesting points enroute. Routing on the return trip through California my be had at a slight advance over the rates quoted. Full particulars, sleeping car reservations and Uck be furnished by E. F. SCHUYLER, O. K. & N. hi" -,-ii agent, or WM. McMURRAY, Oeneral Passenger Agent, Portland. Oregon. Oats Producers' price Track, No. 1 white, $40041; gray, $40. Corn Whole, $36; cracked. $37 ton. Potatoes. Potatoes New, 75$1.25. Pendleton Hide Prices. The following quotations upon hides are mode by Jacob Sheuerman, man ager of the Pendleton Hide company. Dry hides, 15T8c per pound. Green salted hides, 19c per pound. fireen salted calf hides, 13c per pound. Sheep pells. LTii $1.75. COMPANY TAKES BLAME FOB FATAL SATURDAY WRECK Spokane. The Spokane & Inland Railroad company operating the Coeur d'Alene line on which Saturday's wreck occurred, accepts full legal re sponsibility in a statement issued by ilenera Manager Graves, nnd will ask that moral responsibility be fixed by a commission composed of prominent Washington and Idaho attorneys and newspaper men and railroad men. Manager Groves asks all those who feel that they have any claim against the company on account of damages done them by this wreck to present their claims nt the earliest possible moment to the claim department of the company. Miss Frances Golden, daughter of one of Spokane's pioneers, died this morning in the hospital at Coeur d'Alene. She was the thirteenth vic tim of the wreck. Her brother, Dallie Golden, died of his injuries Saturday evening, 'and their bodies will rest In one grave. J. C. Krause, of Spokane, a com mercial traveler, died tonighi. The inquest began at Cour d'Alene ti day by Coroner Wens, but may not be concluded for several days. The evidence Includes n statement bv Mo- torman B, k. Campbell, it is said the motorman'l statement declares h had strict orders from the train dispatcher at Coeur d'Alene to meet the laslhound regular at It Crosse. Reports from Coeur d'Alene state I hat the lives of three passengers un paired of. Operations, including the amputation in one case of both legs and arms of a passenger, were performed this morning. The list of njured now numbers ns. Both legs of T. M. Waters, of Pleas- uit Lake, N. D.. were amputated to day. He will probably die. Both legs of Motorman Campbell were amputat ed. No hope is held out for his re 00 very, S( 111 Snow in Mountains Dnllas Observer: Campers nnd homesteaders coming out of the mountains from the salmon river vi cinity report that there Is still nearly a foot of snow to be found at sonic points near the summit, where the drifts of last winter's exceptionally lu avy snowfall were deepest. One -way colonist Ticket. The Hnrrlman lines will place on sale one-way colonist second-c'ass tickets to North Pacific coa11! points September 15 to October 15. Inclu sive. Will sell or iease hotel doing good business. Terms reasonable. Good rensons for selling. Address Mrs. F. Myers, Helix Orcein THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. IF IT'S COOP WE HAVE IT CATHOLIC AUSTIN ENCE , ONION HAS MJCKTING Chicago, Aug. 4. Coming at a time in the history of the temper ance cause that will make it notable, the Catholic Total Abstinence union met in national convention in Chica go today. Opponents of the "demon rum" from the ranks of the Roman Catholic church are here in force, nearly every state in the union hav ing its representatives. Daily ses sions will be held tomorrow and Fri day, and several prominent church men will address the convention. What constitutes temperance will be a subject of discussion during the meeting. Speaking on this topic. President O'Cnllaghan, of the Illinois union, paid: "Even In our societies there Is a great difference of opinion among the members as to what constitutes temperance. There are many who are prohibitionists and many who are not. The addresses and the spirit of the convention are all planned to create a great temperance sentiment, nnd there is no effort made to in duce the members who follow any particular line In carrying out their Ideas as to the best means to make this a temperance state and county. For Rent Unfurnished room In East Oregonlan building; large and cool; electric lights; bath on same floor. Inquire this office. Hotel Saltair Entrance to grounds nt Saltair Sta tion. Open for the season. Make your reservation early. Write for rates to pofetoffjee, 'Seavlew, Wash. m'trJDDMEW. Ura Blc a for r.nnattmtf dinohtr .-,. m (liiimnthinr, unt.i: . or . i :- tti iMMrtaan. of mucous membranes. r..rrti Coautln. j; ... ,, nnd not KitriD fiWoCMKiCtlCa. (ent or poifunoui. i a Hold L. ItriisclllA, r.S.1. or lent in rlun rrrcr. PT cxpreni, rrepftia, ror I.0O. or tmttlei Circular teat ta reiiuoit. Every Woman in interested nnd phoulii Know tooatUM troDdtrrai t Marvel wrY"n9 uuuunu .-. - nur Jrnn:lt for t If ho r uiiiot mn e UAItVi.L seetmt no - I, it unn ,l.mn f. r Ulna. ill liook oeiled. It eivo full wirlritltirs atifl direction" livnUlM e' ... . r.'.KvnLC'J44t.23d3f., New Ve ssaaasBSBSi ssasssBBsak -a 1 tvV ,VM 1 IV.. f L, FOR SALE. TYPEWRITER $105.00 machine for sale cheap, up-to-date and In ex cellent condition, red and blue rib bon; send for particulars and sam ple of writing. Box 31, Lyons, Ore. 800 PURE BRED young white Leg horn chickens at almost market prices. Will make you this win ter's layers. A bargain for some one who takes all. Fryers for sale. George Siilll, 802 Hazel, corner Court. Telephone Black 2621. FOR SALE 9 room rooml house; well located; new and clean, $3,600; including corner lot 50x140, build ing and furniture, R. A. Smith, owner, Pasco, Wash. WHEAT RANCH of 130 acres for sale only 4 1-2 miles from Pendle ton, about 1 1-2 acres bottom land. Good four room cottage and good large barn on place. Address Mrs. Jennie Hargrove, Pendleton, Ore. FOR SALE Will sacrifice house and lot, close in, 8 rooms and base ment. Lots of shade and fruit Box 417, Pendleton, Ore. CITY OF PENDLETON MAPS at East Oregonlan office. Price 25c. Classified Four Lines, m Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly $1 per month. PHYSICIANS. H. S. GARFIELD, M. D.. HOMEO patliic physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office black 3411; residence, red 2433. DR. LYNN K BLAKESLEE. CHRO nlc and nervoug I'.iseases. and dis eases of women. X-ray and Electru Therapeutics. Judd building, corner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone 'Main 72; residence phone, Main 554. 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 fice in Judd building. Phone Main 7S. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M'NABB, LOCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's drug store. Res. 'phone Main 53. J. A. DONAGHUE, VETERINARY Surgeon. Official local stock In spector. Graduate Ontario Veteri nary college. Office phone Main 20. residence phone. Main 27. ATTORNEYS. RALEY & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT law. Office In Savings Bank build ing. FEE & LATER, LAWYERS, flees in Despain building. OF- 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 .it lau. Estates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Col lections made. Room 17 Schmidt block. PETKRSON & WILSON, ATTOR neys at law; rooms 3 and 4 Smith Crawford building. PHELPS & STEIWER, AT' ORNEYS at law. Offices In Smith-Crawford building. PETER WEST. DIVORCE LAWYER. Office 608 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. Rooius I, 2, 3 and 4, over Taylor hardware store. SECOND-HAND Dl VI Kits. V. 8TROBLH, DEALER in SECOND hnnd goods. If there l anything you need In new and second-hand furniture, stoves, grnnlteware and crockery', call and get his price. No 212 Court street. INSrRYNCE 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 kind of real estate. Doe a general brokerage business Pays . ixe and makes Investments for non residents. References, any bank !n Pendleton. JAMES JOHNS. Pres. W. B HKNN1NOER. Vice-pros. C. H. MARSH. Sec J. M. KENTLEY REPRESENTS THE oMssi and most reliable fire and leoMMIt insurance companies. Offlca with Hf."man Abstract Co Tlic Fji.iI Orepnnlnn Is Knsfeni Ore gon's representative paper. It leads nnd the iieoplc npi'",oliie It and show It by tlielr liberal patronage. . It I I Mho advert Mug medltira of the seeilop For Sale Continued. FOR SALE CHEAP Six room cot tage, north side, bath, modern plumbing, basement. Two blocka from school; cement walk. Phone Red 2194. WANTED. COLORED WOMAN wants gentle men's soft washing to take home. 707 W. Alta street. WANTED: Intelligent man or wo man to take territory, and appoint canvassers to sell our water filters. Exclusive territory, and nice profit able work for the right party. Sen eca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. WANTED A person with some mon ey to Join in an extremely profitable business in which large profits can be made without risk. References given. Investigate. Address Box 68, Adams, Oregon. RAYMOND The last of his nue; Astral seer and healer, teaches oc cult science, reveals destiny and advises on all affairs of life. 20 E. Webb street Dally East Oregonlan only 15 cents per week. by carrier, Directory Extra Lines over Four, 25 cents per Line per month. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Good wheat ranch; 130 acres; good buildings and fine well water; 4 1-2 miles S. W. of Pendle ton. Address Jennie Hargrove, Pendleton, Oregon. FOR RENT New 6-room cottage with modern conveniences; lot 50x100; also new barn and yarn. Inquire 5 IS Pine street MISCELLANEOUS. PENDLETON IRON WORKS P.E palr work on all kinds of machines, structural Iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court and A'.ta streets. Marion Jack. Pnp.; A. F. May. manager. YEE SAM. LEE CO.. NOODLE RES taurant, Mrs. Goey. Prop. Chicken noodle soup, chop suey, etc. Webb St., between Main and Garden. Phone Red 3391. i IsLOM KEE. CHINESE LACNDBY: ; family washing: work done by hand; ! mending free; goods called for and delivered. 408 East Court street. LET ELECTRICITY DO YOt'R work It's dean, 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. MACHINERY. UNITED ENGINEERING CO., ME chanlcal enfirtnpers TrriraHnn power or electric plants gas pro luc ers. 25-26 P.-I. Bldg.. Seattle. Wash. Ington. AUCTIONEER. COL. F. G. LUCAS, LIVESTOCK Auctioneer, Athena, Oregon. Ref erence First National Batik of Athena and Farmers' Bank of W.ston. Farm uales a specialty. 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 postofflce. Funeral parlor. Two funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. "Phone main 75. fraternal orders. pendTe?onlodgi; XY A. F. and A. M., meets th first and third Mondays of each month. All visiting brethren are in vited. B. P. O. ELKS NO. 2S8 meets every Thursday even ing in Eagle's hall. G. W. Phelps. E. R.; Thos Fits Gerald. Secy. ,,y; DAMON LODGE NO. 4 K. ji-fti. of P.. meets every Monday S, evening in I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. R. E. Tarbet C. C; R. W. Fletcher, K, of R. & S. ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS. ETC J. L FRANKUM. WILL DO ALL kinds of concrete work, cement walks, foundation laid, estimate f r nlshed. Phone Red 2232 or leave orders at this office. D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kind - of masonry, cement walks, ston walls, etc. Phone black iiVSti. or Ore Konlan office. . LIVERY WD FKFli S! BI.Fn CITY LIVERY STABLE. THOMPSON street, Carney & Bradley, Props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Good rigs at all times, do line In eonnec tlon. 'Phone main 70. Dully Fast Orrirnilan k:U IS cents -r -.veek. hy carrier.