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DAILY EAST OREGON IAN, PENDLETON, ORBUON. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1909. page ran. HANDS AND FEET 12 Suffered Terribly from Eczema whichMade Hands and FeetSwell, Peel and Get Raw - Arms Affected, Too Gave Up Hope of Cure. USED CUTICURA AND WAS QUICKLY CURED " I suffered from eczema on my hands, arm ami feet for about twelve years, my hands and feet would swell, sweat and itch, than would become callous and get ven- dry then peel ofl and gel ru'v ' trior) most every kind & salve and ointment without success, only got temporary relief As soon as I would leave off u.-dng thorn I would bs at bad as ever. I tried ceveral doctors, took nrsenio for two year and ai last gave up thinking then a ours for eczema. A friend of mine insisted on my trying the Cuticura Kennedies but, supposing they were the same as other 'oureH' I had tried, I did not give them a trial until I got so bad that I had to do something. I secured a -ake of Cu Ueura Soap, a box of Cuticura Oint ment nnd a bottle of Cutlouri Resolvent and by the liine they were used I could at a vast improvement nnd my hands and feet were healed Up In no time. I used several bottles of Cutlcura Re solvent. Thll wus over a year ago nnd have had no trouble since. I think I am entirely i-ured. Charles T. Bauer R.F.D. fl.V v, lant, Pa., Mar. U 1908'' BABIES CURED Of Torturing, Disfiguring Mu mors by Cuticura. The suffering which Cut i urn Soap and Cuticura Ointment have alleviated among skin-tortured, dis figured infants and chil dren, and the comfort they have afforded worn out and worried tiarents fe have led to their adop- uon in ooumiesf nomea as s. prin less treatment for the skin and blood. Eczema, rashes, and everr form of itrhinff. aoaiy humor are speedilv cured, in the majority of cases, w hi r all els fails. ConiDlft Eilml mil Inlfrni! Trrtm'nt tor Krny Jlumor of Intuitu, ftilldrrn and Adulu ron mu of Cullruri Snn (Ji.'.r , ir, Oaiw llir Skin, Cotli ur oinUBfnr (.Wfc.) io Ural thr Skin mil CuU tura Rw!vnt i.W i. mr in ihr f"rn, ol CbocilaU QoflH) pitta. 35f pr via I of win., rarity thf ntnod. Sol.l tliroutbogt thf world rniie lim Chtm Oorp . RAM Prop . n,,iron. Man VMaSM rnt. Cutlcun llook on Silo bli Quick Relief for an upset stomach, hic coughs, a sick headache, con stipated bowels, or a bilious attack is secured by using BEET F. Sold Fvrjrwlur WILIIAMviON HAFFNERCD ENGRAVERS PRIMERS DBNVE1?, COlQ IV POUND. The following described animal has been taken up by the Mnrshnl of the City of Pendleton, to-wlt: One red mulcy cow, branded quar ter circle D, on left hip, quarter cir cle In front of D. Undcrblt In right ear, half crop In left ear. About 5 or 6 years old. If said animal is not claimed by the owners or those entitled to the possession of them, costs and expens es against them paid and they taken away within ten days from the date horeof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of the 2Srd day of November, 1909, the said animal will be sold to the highest bid der, at public auction, for cash, at the City round, on the corner of Aura and Webb streets, m said City of Pendle ton, the proceeds of such sale to bo ap plied to the payment of such costs and expenses of making sale. Dated this 11th day of November, 1909. TOM OURDANE, City Marshal. EN BANKRUPTCY, In the District Court of the United States for the District of Oregon. In the matter of V. V. Gillette, a Bankrupt To the creditors of W. W. Gillette of the County of Umatilla, and Dis trict aforesaid, Bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given, that on the 9th day of November, A. D. 1909, the said W. W. Gillette, was duly ad judicated a. Bankrupt, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned. Referee In Bankruptcy, at Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon, on Novem ber 23rd A. D. 1909, at ten o'clock a. m., on said day, at which time and place the creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a Trustee, ex amine the Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before the said meeting. Done nt Pendleton, Oregon, this 10th day of November, 1909. THOS, F1TZ GERALD. Beferee in Bankruptcy. F01EYS HONEYIAR tops the cou(,'h and hczlc lunii YEARS H77 mm w BETTER QUALITY IS KILLERS READY TO PAY FOR GOOD STUFF Topper! In All Limn iirin. Extreme Prices in Stockyards IIlRh Class Hogs Hard to Obtain Steady Ton,, in Slock Market Slight ln OAMM i" sbc-p Run. Union Stockyards, Nov. 11. While there continues a most satisfactory run of hogs, 'an event scarcely, ex pected at this time of the year, the market at Stockdale Is In the very best of shape. Sales are still being made in the swine market at $8, but to lit. nti this figure quality must be Al. Some arrivals during recent days that were not up to the scratch have been sold at fractionally lower values but the general trend of the livestock market could scarcely be better so far as swine are concerned. Fmiabed Hogs Hard to Obtain. While there remains an unusually good supply or nogs in general, a scarcity exists In the better class of stork. Killers say they would far prefer to pay $8 for hogs at this time Can tu pav T . . lur si .nut mm; tn.n was not of the best. Demand for xtrn good hogs Is constantly grow ing here and present Indications are that It will take some time to supply this want. Today's run of hogs at Stockdale was 246 head compared with 523 yesterday, 639 Tuesday, none Monday, 617 Saturday, 169 Fri day and 429 head a week ago today. Cattle Tone Is Steadier. Those who held back their cattle fro III the market last week and sent some of them forward this week, re eelvi d much better returns for their shipments than would have been the . IM were the supplies sent at a time when the market was badly over crowded. Sales of top steers are still being made as high as $4.00 In the yards at Stockdale, but few of the arrivals bring this price because they are not of proper quality. There continues a most excellent market here for well finished cows. Recent sales In this line have been gnerally around $3.50 for toppers and more could not be used it that fig ure, according to 1. i trade. .li-ht In cretin I" Sheep Run. While there was a slight Increase In the run of sheep In the yards to day, total supply Is limited. Not withstanding this there is no rush to buy sheep or lambs and prices re main about as previously quoted. Killers' wants are still limited be cause the big people have not yet en tered the market because of their very liberal purchases at Interior pdlttta recently. TJmae Who Snindy the Market. C IT. MeCnulcy of Forest Grove sent. In a mixed car of cattle and calves. C. 1. Patten brought in a mixed car of hogs and sheep from Halsey this morning. A. J. Becker brought forward a mixed car of hogs and sheep today. B. G. Young & Co.. the Oakland. Ore merchants, sent in n car of hogs from Yoncolla. George Whited of Baker City had IV ears of cattle offering on the market today. Kiddle Bros., the flour kings of Union, sent in a load of swine rrom that city today. Yard Uopro-ontative Prices. HOGS. Average lbs Price $7.00 7.60 7.00 8.00 til hog It hogs 16 hogs US hogs 229 144 116 256 The following is the general range ,d livestock values In the yards: Cattle Best steers, weighing 1200 pounds, $4.50; medium steers. $4.25; best cows $3.26; best heifers, $3; bulls. $1.75 5? 2. 25; stags, $2 60 3S. Hogs Best east of the mountains. $8; Willamette valley best. $7.75 7.85; stocqers, $4 6; pigs, $6 7. Sheep Best wethers, $4.254.50; ordinary, $4 4.50; eprlng lambs, $5.26; straight ewes, $3 60(3)4: mixed lots, $4. Calves Best, $5; ordinary, $3.50 4.50. LAX METHODS LOSE U. 8. $50,000,000 A YEAR New York. The United States government loses $50,000,000 a year, or about eight per cent of the annual appropriation, through loose methods in making up the budget, according to Professor Henry Jones Ford of Princeton, In a lecture at Colunibla university. Professor Ford staled. however, that he thought the measure adopted by congress tail March requiring the secretary of the treasury to estimate the revenue of the government for the ensuing year and transmlt 'to COngrori with the estimated expendi tures, will aid in effecting a saving INVENTOR ol' MONITOR'S REVOLVING TURRET DEAD New York - Theodore B. Timby, who for forty years had fought for recognition as the Inventor of the fa mous Monitor, is dead in his Brook lyn home He was 91 years old. Timby always claimed that ho sub tnltted his plans for revolving turret nn a war vessel to the government in 1841 and that later Erlckson paid him $10,000 for the use of the Inven : nn nn the Monitor. A Pivnilnr Wrench of the foot or ankle may produce a very serious sprain. A sprain h more painful than a break. In all ipralnn. cuts, burns and scalds Bal lard's Snow Liniment s the best thing to use. Believes the pain Instantly, reduces swelling, Is a perfect antlsep lie and henls rapidly. Price 25c, BOr and $1.00. A. C. Koeppen & Bros Look fo' Eilers big announcement KNOWN FOR IT'S STRENGTH The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Resources over Olde-tJ md Largest Security THE WHEAT MARKET CHICAGO WHEAT is CP A NOTCH Xihaiiec Sharply After Opening Down Liverpool Is Higher. Broombal Annual Report. Liverpool, Nov. 11. Broom hall summary of his annual wheat report: Requirements for the season United Kingdom, 216,000.000 bushels; Europe, 80,000,000 bushels. Exporting surplus United States. 128,000,000; Canada, 64,000,000.. eastern Europe, 208,000,000; Australia and India, 164.000,000; Rus sian, 96,608,000; Balaka states, 38.920.000; Argentine, 109,680, 000 bushels. e e e e Chicago, Nov. 11. While wheat was generally lower at the opening uf the market today, closing was 1 to 1 3-Sc a bushel higher. Short covering on a very extensive scale, which carried December to mr. 1-2. May 104 1-2 and July 97 1-4. materialized soon after the open ing. Excellent demand for cash wheat was a factor of importance in shap ing the market for futures today. Prom Minneapolis came the word that millers there were very liberal buy ers of wheat and that the grind was simply gauged b the amount of wheat which co-ild be secured. Sim ilar conditions were reported from St Louis. Liverpool was lower at the open ing but made fractional gain to ward the clos ng. It was perhaps this latter movement that caused the shorts to bottom frightened and even up their saiis. riroomhall cabled that the weather In Argentina was generally cool. Wheat crop In the south ll making excellent progress and looks well. In the north the crop Is well advanced and harvesting will shortly commence. A wire from Minneapolis says that one house operating 20 country sta tions has I" all 484,000 bushels of wheat on hand against 1,125,000 bushels a year ago. Of this 474.000 buahela, 408, 000 is stored wheat. Cash sales: Wheat No. 2 red. $120; No, 3. red, $1.10 1.16; No. 2 hard winter. $1.06 108; No. 3, hard winter, $1.03 'it 1 n6; No. 1 northern spring, $1.07 01.09; No. 2, northern spring, $1.06 1.07; No. 3, spring, $1.0301.06. Corn No. 2. 6464 l-2c; No. 2 yel low, 64 l-265; No. 3 63 l-264c; No 3. yellow, 64 64 l-2c. SUBSTITUTES FOR SPRUCE FOR PAPER MANUFACTURE Chicago. Possibilities of utilizing I If your appetite is fickle and noth woods. other than spruce, in the man- I ing tempts you, or you belch gas or ufacturc of white paper were discuss ed by Dr. W. H. Bristol, a represen tative of the government forestry de partment, at a meeting of a number of white paper manufacturers at La Salle hotel. The spech was followed by a luncheon, at which about fifty persons were present. Dr. Bristol said that, while no per fect substitute for spruce had been discovered, experiments were being continued at the new experiment sta tion at Madison. Wis., which It is hop ed will solve the paper question and relieve paper manufacturers of the fiOCIltOii on tbe corner of Seventh and stark streets, cieiulinir llirouu'li the block IO Park street. Portland! Oregon. Our new Park Street Annex I he only fireproof hotel buOdtBg In Oregon, R.ates $1 a Day and Up. European $400,000.00 $2,000,000.00 Bank inEasterna Oregon Good Service burden Imposed upon them by the tariff on spruce pulp shipped to this country from Canada. Today the manufacturers will go to International Falls, Minn., to inspect the new plant of the Minnesota and Ontario Power company. On the re turn they will visit paper mills in Wisconsin. There Is more Catarrh la this section of the country than all other diseases put to gether, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. Kor a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by con stantly falling to cure with local treat meat, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dis ease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, O., Is the only constitutional enre on the mar ket. It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any cane It fulls to cure. Send for cir culars and testimonials. I J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O Sold by all Druggists. TV. Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa tlon. Wanted to Exchange. The Eilers Piano House will accept on a piano deal a good horse, or a span of them, to weigh about 1300 each. Horses must be young, sound and good roadsters. Get in on this proposition now while we have the greatest sale on of pianos in our his tory. Everything in music. EILERS PIANO HOUSE. 813 Main street. Pendleton, Ore. PUTS AN END TO STOMACH MISERY GAS. HEARTBURN, SIA AND ALL DY8 PEP MISERY GOES l ive Minute- After Taking a Little Diapepain Your stomach Will Feel line Again Kit Your Favorite Foods Without Fear of Distress. Take your sour, out of order stom ach or maybe you call It Indigestion, Dyspepsia. Gastritis, or Catarrh of the Stomach; it doesn't matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your pharmacist and ask him to open a 5fl-cent case of Pape's Dia pepsin and let you eat one 2. -grain Triangule and see if within five min utes there Is left any trace of your former misery. The correct name for your trouble is food fermentation food souring; the digestive organs become weak, there is lack of gastric Juice; your food is only half digested, and you become affected with loss of appe tite, pressure and fullness after eat ing, vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping In bowels, tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad taste in mouth, constipation, pain in limbs, sleepless ness, belching of gas. biliousness, sick headache, nervousness, dizziness or many other similar symptoms. 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 this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food. Prove to yourself In five minutes thnt your stomach is as good as any; that there Is nothing really wrong. Stop this fermentation and begin eat ing what you want without fear of discomfort or misery. Almost instant relief is waiting for you. It Is merely a matter of how soon you take a little Diapepsln. 1 Want FOR BADE. FOR SALE Pioneer Livery Barn, with all stock, a good paying busi ness. Good reasons for selling. For particulars write B. Baln bridge, Hermlston, Oregon. LEGAL BLANKS of every descrip tion, for count,, court, circuit court, Justice court, real estate, etc., for sale at East Oregonlan office. FOR SALE Good paying hotel in small town. Brick annex in con nection. Only hotel in town. Own er must sell because of other busi ness. FOR SALE Fine stock ranch 400 acres; 200 good alfalfa land; good orchard; 160 cattle; teams and everything go with ranch. Address Lewis W. Napton, Westfall, Ore. FOR SALE 160 acres of summer fallow land, all ready for the seed; 12 miles northwest of Pendleton; about 4 miles from station. Ad dress J. S Wheeler, Pendleton. ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS and announcements, all the latest stylee of stock and type faces. Leave orders at East Oregonlan office. Classified Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly $1 per month. PHYSICIANS. H. S. GARFIELD, M. D. HOMEO- pathlc physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office, black 3411; residence, red 2633. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO- nic and nervous diseases, and dis eases of women. X-ray and Electro- herapeutics. Judd bulldl g, corner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone Main 72; residence 'phone, Main 664. 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 feUR geon. Office, room 16 Judd bulld ng. Phone, red 3301. VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS. OF fice in Judd building. Phone Main 73. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. D. C. M'NABB, LOCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tall an's drug store. Res. 'phone Main 69. ATTORNEYS. RALEY & RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT law. Office in American National Bank building. OF- FEE & SLATER, LAWYERS, flee in Despaln building. CARTER & SM7TIIB, ATTORNEYS at law. Office In American Nation al Bank bulldlnk. JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT law. Office over Taylor Hardware Company. LOWELL & WINTER, ATTORNEYS and counsellors at law. Office in Despaln building. GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORNEY at law. Estates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Col lections made. Room 17 Sc ldt block. PETERSON ft WILSON, ATTOR neys at law; rooms 3 and 4 Smith- Crawford building. PHELPS 4 STEIWER, ATTORNEYS at law. Offices in Smith-Crawford building. 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, S, and 4, over Taylor Hardware Co. 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 East Court street. INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reliable abstracts of title t all lands in Umatilla county. Loans on city and farm property. Buys and sells 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. Vlve-Pres. C. H. MARSH. Sea. LIVERY AND FEED STABLBT. CITY LIVERY STABLE, THOMPSON street, Carney it Bradley, Props. Livery, feed and sale stables. Good rigs at all times. Cab line In connec tion. 'Phone main 70. M iCHINERY. UNITED ENGINEERING co. MB chanlcal etmlneers. Irrigation power or electric plants gas prodvc ers. 25-26 P.-I. Bldg.. Seattle. Wank Incton. MAPS CITY OF PENDLETON AT kttrl Oregonlan offf". Price J5c. for sale at East Oregonlan office. Ads.itj WANTED. ANYONE, anywhere, can start a order business at home. No can vassing. Be your own buss. Send for free booklet. Telia how. Heacock, 2708, Lockport, N. T. WANTED Men and Boys to learn plumbing. Plumbers In demand everywhere, earn $6.00 to $8. CO per lay, short hours. By my method I make you a practical plumber In a fev months. Edward McCaffery Plumbing School. 20 Riverside Are., Spokane, Wash. WHERE DO YOU STOP when in Portland? Why, at the Plaza, 21$ 1-2 Third street, of course. Where the rooms are clean and cheap, the and landlady cheerful and ac commodating. Try it, It Is like home. AN intelligent person may earn $100 monthly corresponding for newspa pers. No canvassing. Send for par ticulars. Press Syndicate, 3708 Lock port, N. T. OjlREXT. LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Inquire 719 College street. Directory Extra Lines over Four, 25 cents per Line per7month. LOST LOST One bay horse, weight abcut 1200 pounds, branded I F on left shoulder. Suitable reward will be paid for Information leading to its recovery. E. S. Sleeman, Holdmau, Holdman, or A. F. May, Pendleton. LOST ONE BROWN GELDING, $ years old, branded TZ on left shoul der; weight about 1300 pounds. $10.00 reward for Information lead ing to recovery. Joe Craig, Pen dleton, Ore., Box 476. ESTRAY NOTICE. There came to my place Sept. 1, 1909, on Birch Creek, one black Jersey cow, brand ed C. B. on left hip and F. L. con nected with F backwards on right hip. Owner please call for same. C. H. Olcott. MISCELLANEOUS. PENDLETON IRON WORKS RH palr work on all kinds of machlnea, structural Iron work and machine castings. Junction of fonrr nnH Att Btreets. Marion Jack, Prop.- A F May, manager. . , YEE SAM, LEE CO., NOODLE RES- taurant, ilrs. Goey, Prop. Chicken noodle soup, chop suey, etc. Webb St., between Main and Garden. Phon Red 3391 7 SLOM KEE CHINESE LAUNDRY: I iamny wasoing; work done by hand. mending free; goods called for and ; ellvered. 408 East Court street. BILLS COLLECTED and advertise ments written by a competent man with years of experience. Prices very reasonable. Room 31, Pen land lodging house, phone Black 1391. LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed, $5.25. Electric Hot Water and 'urllng 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. AUCTIONEER. COL.. F. G. LUCAS, LIVESTOCK Auctioneer, Athena, Oregon. Ref erence First National Bank of Athena and Farmers' Bank of Weston. Farm sales a specialty. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, BAKER & FOLSOM, FUNERAL Di rectors and licensed embalraere. Opposite postofflce. Funeral pari r. Two funeral cars. Calls responded to day or night. 'Phone main 75. FRATERNAL ORDERS. PENDLETON LODGE No. II A. F. and A. if., meets the flrat and third Mondays of eaCS Oil visiting brethren are In- month, vfted. P. O. ET S Nn in meets every Thursday even ing in Eagle'a-Woodmen hall. G. W. Phelns. w. n . Thos. Flu Gerald. Seey. DAMON LODGE NO. 4, II. of P., meets every Mondav evening in I. 0. O. F. hall. Visiting brothers cordially invited to atten . n u Tarbet. C. C; R. W. Fletcher, k. of R. A S. AJiyRXT-SJTRACTOUS. ETC D. A. MAY CONTRACTr R ivn Builder. Estimates furnis he, I nn all kinds of masonry, cement walks walls, etc. Phone black 3786, or Or---goi.ian office. ... rTv . vJ.-'.-iv',-;.;,-, ,j4iaXBKSM iMUigWforuno.ttirsI rfrzi. b w I What are BUera going to ju?