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DAILY EAST ORE IONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, i0tt.
PAGE SEVEN. EIGHT PAGES. WORTH MOUNTAINS OFGOLD During Change of Life, says Mrs. Chas. Barclay Graniteville, Vt. "I was passing throuKli tlietlianffuof Life andsuflerea from nervousiies andother annoying symptoms, and 1 can truly say thai LydiaE.I'inkham't Vegetable Com pound has proved worth moon tain i of gold to me, as it restored my health and otrength. 1 never forget to tell my friends what LvdiaS. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound has done for me during this trying period. Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffer ing women I am willing to make my trouble public so you may publish this letter." U us. ( mas. Bahclay, B.r.D..OraniteTille, vt No other medicine for woman's ills bas received such widespread and un- qualified endorsement. .Nontlier med icine we know of bas such a record of cures of female ills as has l.ydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. For more than K years ft has been curing female complaints such as inflammation, ulceration, local weak nesses, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion and nervous prostration, and it is unequalled for carrying wnmeu safely through the period of change of life. It r but little to try l.ydia B. PInli m's egetable Compound, and, as Mra li.M -.. iysays.il ii; "worth moim tnir i of gold ' to MtiTi ring n omen. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. WE DEAL III DRUGS NOT PROMISES rr-: ! 1 sum OF THE mm MARKET i.1vectock buyers demand better grade op stuff Discrimination Against the Poorer (.nides I'roinlses to lie Even Grcat- ter Hutu in the Pust Wheat Mar- kel Shows no (limine III Value Dur Ing the Day. Pastime Theatre Cass Matlock, Prop. Latest Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs A Comfortable Theatre Entertaining and Instructive Shows afternoon and evenings Adults 10c. Children un der 10 years 5c. Next door to French Restaurant Portland, Auk. 12. The livestock market Is crying for a better class or stuff thun has been coming forward recently, and the discrimination iifialiist poor stuff is much more rigid than formerly. Good quality never brought forth such high prices at this time of the year as it Is today bringing In the Port land market. Steers that show good f'irm are picked up by discrim inating buyers at $4.50, this being the extreme top for recent transactions. Poor steers sold somewhat better to day because there was but little else offering. Today's run of cattle was 112 head comparing with 277 yesterday, 188 Tuesday, 173 Monday, 16 Saturday, 200 Friday and 381 a week ago to day. Some Slight Weakness In Hogs. While not the slightest change was shown In local hog market values to day the tone here is not quite so firm as a week ago. In fact the market ll not as good as yesterday. Best hogs offering are still bringing $8.75 In the yards, but buyers are showing no dis position to hurry purchases at this fig urn. Sheep Market Is Easier. More easiness is noted In the sheep market at this time. Receipts are not Ii' ivy today, but killers seem to have their wants supplied for the Immedi ate future. With their requirements limited they are disposed to ask a low-1 Of range before purchasing more lib- i orally. Best demand remains for fat i .stock. lNirtlund Meei Always Host. C E. Marple of Meacham. tried the iv.it land livestock market for the flr.nl time today, although he has been in tho business for many years. Some steers he shipped brought the top at MO during the past 24 hours anil rows went at $3.50. Heretofore he has been dealing with visiting buyers under heavy expense and without com petition thev have been able R EST OMP ECUPERATE AT THE SEASHORE North Beach Is a delightful resort and a happy combi nation of pleasure ground possibilities. An ideal climate, diversion of recreation per fect bathing boating fishing riding driving, and exploring, make North Beach the most charming and popular play ground on the North Pacific Coast. THE O. R. Sh N. Has a Special Summer Excursion Rate to North Beach Points of $13.15 FR.OM PENDLETON Remember this will give you the daylight ride on the Steamer T. J. Potter down the Columbia river. Ask for our booklet "Outings in Oregon." E. F. SCHUYLER, Agent Pendleton, Oregon Wm, McMurray, Gen. Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon 1 Want Ads r 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. FOR SALE Old newspapers wrap ped in bundles of 160 each, suitable for wrapping, putting under car pets, etc. Price 16c per bundle, two bundles 25c. Enquire this of fice. FOR SALE 9 room rooml house; well located; new and clean, $3,600; Including corner lot 60x140, build ing and furniture, R. A. Smith, owner, Pasco, Wash. WANTED. SADDLE HORSES WANTED We are in tho market for a number of good-sized saddle horsefl, 16 1-1 to 16 hands; must trot, walk and canter and be servlceably sound Write, stating particulars, to The von Glllman School for Riding and driving, 27th and Vaughn streets, Portland, Oregon. COLORED WOMAN wants gentle men's soft washing or plain sew ing to take home. 707 W. Alt 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 CHEAP Six room cot tage, north side, bath, modern plumbing, basement. Two blocks from school; cement walk. Phone Red 2196. FOR SALE Will sacrifice house and ioi, ciose in, s rooms ana Dase- ment. Lots of shade and fruit. Box 417, Pendleton, Ore. ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS and announcements, all the latest styles of stock and type faces. Leave ordera at East Oregonlan office. 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 66, Adams, Oregon. 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 60x100; also new bam and yard. Inquire SIS Pine street Classified Directory 6.00; export, $4 tr 4.10; bakers, $6ff '6. 2.r; valley. $5.50; granam, i-is, I $5.60; whole wheat, $5.80; rye, 5s, ' 50.50; bales, $3.00. Oats New, producers' price Track to buy! No. 1 white, $28J'29; gray, $27r,j,2S. NATURE'S WARNING. Pendleton Recognita People Must and Heed It. ills come quietly myste- KUlney rlously, But nature always warns you. Notice the kidney secretion See If the color Is Unhealthy If there are settlings and sediment. Passages frequent, scanty, painful. It's time then to use Doan's Kid ney Pills, To ward off Brlght's disease or diabetes. Doan's have done great work In Pendleton. C. Bealc, 300 Aura street, Pendle ton, Ore., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills gave me freedom some six years ago from kidney trouble and lame ness in my back from which I suf fered for a long while. I was also greatly annoyed by the two frequent passages of the kidney secretions, es pecially during the night when I was forced to arise several times. A short use of Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at The Pendleton Drug Co., relieved me of all these difficulties and at that time, I gave a statement recommending them. Many persons have since called upon me, wishing to know If the endorsement were true and I have always advised other kid ney sufferers to uso Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Uni ted States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ,-lmost at their own price. One trip to the Portland market will save much money to shippers. There's cotnpe. titlon here. Grain and Hour Price-,. Portland. 1909. 1908. Hub wheat $ .88 $ .88 RlUestcm wheat 93 .90 led Russian 86 .87 Patent flour 6.25 4.85 rxtM.it flour 4.25 3.60 Wheat market was steady locally fodi,y with no change In valueg. While quite a number of transactions are reported during the past 24 hours, millers say they expect a lower range and therefore are in no hurry to fill their bins. i There was a drop of 15e a barrel In export flour values today, following the late decline In the price of wheat here. Even at the new value the ori ent Is not Inclined to buy and there tote millers nre not anticipating much business until wheat goes to a lower point here Dr the world's market does better. Even then the price of ;lce in th orient will glvern the demand for Hour and dictate the price to be paid. Livestock sales. STEERS. Net Wt. Price. 28 steers 26,260 $3.85 1' steers 11,050 4.00 S steers 8,575 4.50 COWS. 13 cows 14,325 3.60 51 cows 39,025 3.00 16 cows 13,770 2.75 BULLS. 3 stags 3,550 $2,25 CALVES. 1 calf 525 $3.00 2 calves 950 4.00 23 calves 6,180 6.25 SHEEP. wethers 5,625 CornWhole, $36; cracked, $37 ton. Potatoes, Potatoes New. $lffil.2"i; sweets, 4c lb. Pendleton Hide Market. The following quotations upon hides are made by Jacob Sheui rman, man ager of the Pendleton Hide company. Dry hides, 17 l-2c per pounu. Green salted hides, 10c per pound. Green salted calf hides, 13c per pound. Sheep pelts, 25c1 1,75. GOLD DISCOVERED IT MOUTH OP DESCHUTES the South Manchurian question until the Antung-Fukdeti railroad was re constructed. China does not object to the expan sion of the Antung-Mukden railway commercially, but she does oppose a Japanese strategic enterprise ending In another foreign military and com mercial barrier across Manchuria. China, in her formal reply to Ja pan's note announcing the latter's in tention of constructing the Antung Mukden railroad, offered to waive her abjection to the road being made a standard gauge, provided Japan waiv ed her claim to the policing of the railway, as wel as her minimi ana other privileges In the region. How ever, the note said, if Japan was de termined to go ahead with the recon struction of the road, Chine was defenseless. PHYSICIANS. H. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEO pathlc physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office, black 3411; residence, red 2633. 49 167 ewes $4.00 3.25 189 18 10 II F0LEYS H0NETTAR for ohUdrmm mafm, sure No opiate 19,975 LAMBS. lambs 15,300 $5.50 lambs 1,225 5.25 HOGS. hogs 1,716 $S.75 hogs 4,000 8.75 Portland Market Summary. Cattle Best steers, weighing 1200 unds, $4.50; medium steers, $4.25 4.30; best cows, $3. 25 0 3.50; medi um cows, $3.00f 3.25; bulls, $2.25 511 2.75. Hogs liest east of the mountain, $8.75; good, $8.60; stockers, li.OOW 7.50; pigs, $7.00. Sheep (sheared) Best wethers, $4.00; ordinary, $3.75; spring lambs, $ii.00ff 6.60; straight ewes, $3.25i?J 3,50; mixed lots, $4. 10 r(i 4.20. Wool and Hides. Wool 1909. Willamette valley, 224"' 24c; eastern Oregon, 20 23c. Tallow Prime, per lb, 3ffi'4c; No. 2 and grense, 2 2 l-2c. Sheepskins Shearing, 10 4? 15c each; short wool, 251i40c; medium wool, 50c4i $1 each; long wool, 76cfl) $1.25 each. Hides Dry hides, 14(irl6e lb; green SffrlOc lb; bulls, green salt, 6c per lb; kips, to; calves, green, 16c per lb. Grain and Flour, Barley Producers' price 1909 Feed, $27 4f 27.50; rolled. $3435. Wheut Buying price, 1909 crop Track, Portland Club. 88Ji89c; ble slem, 93 4i 94c; red Russian, 86fi87c; forty-fold, 90tfr91 l-2c; valley, 89(fr l 90c. Millstuffs Selling price Bran, $26.50; mldllngs, $33.00; shorts. $30; chop, $23 31; nlfalfa meal, $20 per ton. Flour Selling price Eastern Ore gon patent, $6.25; straight. $5.30 The Dalles. Gold in quantities suf ficient to pay for placer mining has been discovered un an Island of about sixty acres up the Columbia river at the mouth of the Deschutes, says the t'hronlcle. Claims have been filed upon by three people. R. S. Wurd, who calls his property the "Green Claim," Emma G. Ward, who has giv en the name "Columbia Placer Claim" to her claim, and Hugh Ritch ie, giving the appellation, "Red Wing Placer Claim " The properties of the two latter are In dispute, as Hugh Ritchie has filed on that portion of the island claimed by Emma G. Ward as well as 330 feet by 1320 feet ad ditional. The precious metal was discovered by accident while one of the work men was digging about the island. Finding shining particles which look ed like flakes of gold, he took them to an expert who pronounced the specimens the genuine metal. The gravel has been sampled at several points on the island and produces fifty cents to the cubic yard. Because of the abundance of water the cost of mining will be slight so that the profits in working the gravel will be considerable. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE. CHRO nlc and nervous diseases, and dis eases of women. N-ray and Electro Therapeutics. Judd building, corner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone Main 72; residence 'phone, Slain 554. DENTISTS. E. A. MANN, DENTIST. OFFICE Main street, next to Commercial Association rooms. Office 'phone, black 3421 ; residence 'phone, red 8851. DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SUR geon. Office, room 15 Judd build ng. Phone, red 3301. MISCELLANEOUS. PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE pair 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. 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. SLOM KEE. CHINESE LAUNDRY; family washing; work done by hand; mending free; goods called for and delivered. 408 East Court street. ALFALFA YIELDS SiOo AN ACRE IN MALHEUR GEl MAN PREFERS DEATH TO POOR FARM Pasadena, Cl., Aug. 12. ill, in debt and unable to get work, Henry Feslcr, 67 years of age, and a resi dent of this city for a quarter of a century, tried to end his life rather than spend his last days at the coun ty poor farm. Fesler entered his rooms, and after swallowing the contents of an ounce phial of chloroform, stabbed himself in tho groin with a pocket knife and lay down to die. He left a letter to the coroner and two others to friends in this city, telling the reason for his act. The old man was taken to a hos pital, wiiere it was announced he had a chance to recover. Ills only rela tive In the west, a brother, died at Sa lem, Ore., a nmonth ago. Corvallls, Ore., Aug. 9. (To the Editor.) -Permit me to say in reply to the comment In the Baker City Herald, which you published In to day's Oregonlan. I wish to assure Brother Kennedy that I said Just ex- Willow 'nctly what 1 meant regarding the al- h at vaie. in malting what may seem an extravagant statement there was no thought of flattery, but sim ply expression of an honest conclusion after a careful examination. It may be of interest to your readers as well perhaps to the editor of the Baker City Herald, if some facts are given relating to the financial returns irom airaira production in portions of Malheur county. The farmers In the Malheur, Owyhee and Bully creeK valleys for the past few years have given considerable attention to the production of nlfalfa seed. The In dustry. It can be said, has been phe nomlnally succesful. For example, the first crop is cut for hay, yielding from two to three tons per acre, and the second crop Is harvested for seed, which yields from $50 to as high as $85 worth of seed per acre. Thus the two crops yield an annual revenue of about $100 per acre. If there Is an other section of Oregon that can du plicate this I have not yet had the good fortune of finding it. It is to be sincerely hoped that more of this valuable alfalfa and fruit land will be brought under the ditch at an early date. JAMES WITH Yi'( i.M BE. VAUGHAN BROS.. DENTISTS, OF fice In Judd building. Phone Main 73. LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed, $5.25. Electric Hot Water ana 'urling Iron Heaters. Electric Coffee Percolators, etc. A complete stock ot Gas and Electric fixtures. First-class wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan, 122 W. Court street. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M'NABB, LOCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Talli..an-s drug store. Res. 'phone Main 59. MACHINERY. UNITED ENGINEERING CO., ME chanical engineers. Irrigation, power or electric plants gas produc ers. 25-26 P.-I. Bldg., Seattle, Washington. ATTORNEYS. RALEY & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT law. Office in American National Bank building. AUCTIONEER. FEE & SLATER, LAWYERS, fice in Despain building. OF- COL. F. G. LUCAS, LIVESTOCK Auctioneer, Athena, Oregon. Ref erence First National Bank of Athena and Farmers' Bank of Weston. Farm 'sales a specialty. CARTER & SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS at law. Office In American Nation al Bank buildlnk. JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT law. Office over Taylor Hardware Company. People who go to church to exhibit drygoods have no right to complain if the goods in the pulpit are dry too. CHINA Gil NTS R AILRO l DEMANDS or JAPAN Peking. The Associated Press last night learned that China has virtu ally conceded Japan's demand that the railroad be made of standard gauge and is willing to accept any reasonable compromise, hut Is de barred from giving a treaty consent, on account of Japan's suspicious atti tude In forcing the gauge question, In claiming for the Antung line advan tages existing on the South Manchu rian railroad and in refusing to ne gotiate the Inter question. Japan In sisted In postponing consideration or THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Real Drugs-Real Druggists 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE I RUDE IVlAKr3 Designs Copyrights &c. AnTone Handing n sketch nml ilracrliitlrm maj qnlrkly mn'orliiin our ei-iuu n true whether an tmi'iittiin is prohaWy pritpiiiiiMn. Commiitilcik. llmuntrlcllyronlMrnthil. HflNOHOOK on I'atmta arut treo. (Ihli'jt iieiu-T f,.r reeurlnir palmta. I'ntonU taken t iir-.u-h Mumi a Co. Kvctvt .Yrrui! noffca, without clmrm. la tho Scientific American. A handaomelr ItMiatratM weak If. I aivrat cir culation of any ertcmttlo Journal. Ternta. 13 a raari feur mohtlia, L DolJ lj all newnloalcra MUNN & Co ((fe,B'M' New York tirnnch Office, F ft, Waablogtoo. Ii 0. 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. Room 1" Sci.-.ldt block. PETERSON & WILSON, ATTOR nevs at law: rooms 3 and 4 Smith- Crawford building. PHELPS & STEIWER. ATTORNEYS 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. DOl'GLAS W. BAILEY ATTORNET at law. Will practice in all state and federal courts. Rooms 1, 2, 3, and 4. over Taylor Hardware Co. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. V STROHLE, DEALER IN SECOND. hand goods. If there is anything you need In new and second-hand furniture, stoves, graniteware and crockery, call and get his price. No. 212 East Court street. INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO.. MAKES reliable abstracts of title to all lands in Umatilla county. Loans on Ity and farm property. Buys and tils all kinds of real estate. Does a general brokerage business, payj taxes and makes investments for non residents. References, any bank in Pendleton, JAMES JOHNS, Pres. W. S. HENNINGER. Vive-Pres. C. II. MAUSH. Sec. J M. BEXTI.EY REPRESENTS THE oldest and most reliable fire and accident insurance companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co. LIVERY AND FEED STABldCS. CITY LIVERY STABLE. THOMPSON street, Carney & Bradley, Props. Livery, feed and sale stables. Good rigs at all times. Cab line in connec tion. "Phone main "0. Dally Eat Oreguntan by only IS cents -cr week. carrier, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIREC I tor and licensed embalraer. Qrad , 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. JL PENDLETON LODGE No. 51, A. F. and A. M., meets the first and third Mondays of eacn. month. Oil visiting brethren are Invited. B. P O. ELKS NO. 2S8 i -a , meeis every unursaay even ing In Eagle's-Woodmen hall. G. W. Phelps. E. R.: Th08. Fit Gerald, Secy. DAMON LODGE NO. 4, K. of P., meets every Monday evening In L 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, 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 3786, or Ore. gonlan office. BeSv Otuuu i SO) v rot to lutaiort. a af rmua laaucloa. WTtV n l Evans CHESitUlCO. tgL CIIIC1NIIT1,0JHH iksbbV. 1 ' " JLm MEN AND WOMEN. Cm Blf for QDDattir&l dlichftritM.inflaUuniAtioOaV IrriUtiotii or ulceritioQ of mucoQi niembrtDM Pfcinleu. m l not Mtria gent or poitoooai. ftoltt by Iru7UU, or tent la plain wrapper 7 expreea, prepaid, for 1.00. or 3 bottlea 93.75. Circular aeut ua reuaari. Every Woman . la iniorwiet-i ana tnuu.a know about the wonderful Marvel wrlr"n l"" uuuune Aktc vnirr dmrtrlat t If ha rnnnt atmnlv ' M vltvrt. anvnt t.o hat c I lt,mn SM ITtna. 1 i i.t S, i r.,n ...ntj paaaji papaaaa iuu g Crtlcolara and directlona mrMnahta kxllw. MARVEL CO., 44 E. 234 St., Ne Ytrit