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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN. PENDLETON. OTIEGON. TUESDAY, JULY IS, 1913.
W1K SEVEN1. "1
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A STRONG FENCE
is not possible
without
FISTS
-and a STROXO FENCE costs only little more
than a weak one at the time you are building, but
runs away head of the cheap one in economy of up
keep, reliable sen-ice and general satisfaction.
TR.Y OUR NEW CEDAR POSTS .
These posts, cut when the sap was down and water
cured, will make a fence you'll be proud of and the
low cost will surprise you.
We would like for you to get our prices.
J. A. BORIE LUMBER GO.
Planing dill and Lumber Yard
Phone Main 7, Pendleton
Agents for BEAVER BOARD and Moth-Proof
Cedar Chests.
TEACH EUROPE
TO BUILD ROADS
AMERICANS CAN' SHOW OLD
WOULD MAN" Y IMPROVEMENTS
Roads Today Miiht Ih Built With
More Tlioroiifflmwn Tlum Heretofore-
Annual Mulntciiuucu of Road
In Fiance I Three Times Greater
Than Ten Yours Ago.
NEW YORK, July ID, (Special)
"American road builders must show
the old world, even France, how to
build modern highways." asserts
George C. Diehl. chairman of the A, A.
A. National Good Roads Board, and
member of the advisory board r-f the
New York state highway departnirrt.
"I make this statement with posltive
ness because even a hasty compilation
of statistics will indicate how much
greater the volume of traffic la on
American main arteries of communi
cation than on the most traveled Eu
ropean roads," comments Mr, Diehl
"When an American traffic census
will have been completed, the figure?
adduced will prove conclusively that
the building of these most Important
roads must hereafter be attended with
greater thoroughness, and for two
reasons; to obtain economic mainten-
THREE WOMEN
TESTIFY
To the Merit of Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound during Change
of Life.
EH &JJZ
H Hi
I f7S . n n B Surfeit
n v o ip a m a i n n n mm r r
?'J U U 13 3 UU U Zy 1L2J H till O UU II I -1-
II ' " ' III
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Cool and Sparkling Beer on Draught.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
517 Main Street.
HENRY SCIIULTZ, PROP.
ALL KINDS OF MONEY TO LOAN
IX ANY AMOUNT
The undersized represents the Netherlands American Mort
gage Bank and is prepared to loan money in any amount on im
proved wheat, alfalfa and dairy farms. Rates 7 per cent. No
delay in final closing up of loans.
Frank R. Atkins
Telephone Main 5. No. 550 Main St.
PENDLETON, OREGON.
Streator, III. "I shall always praise
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound wherever I
I go. It has done me
so much good at
Change of Life, and
it has also helped my
daughter. It is one
of the grandest
medicines for wo
men that can be
bought I shall try
to induce others to
try it "-Mrs. J. H.
I Campbell, 206 N.
Second St, W. S., Streator, Illinois.
Philadelphia, Pa. "It was at the
' Change of Life that I turned to Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
using it as a tonic to build up my sys
tem, with beneficial results." Mrs.
Sara Hayward, 1825 W. Venango St,
(Tioga) Phila., Pa.
San Francisco, Cal. " I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for many years whenever I
would feel lad. I have gone through
the Change of Life without any troubles
and thank the Compound for it I rec
ommend it to young girls and to women
of all eges." Mrs. C. Barrie, 3052
25th St, San Francisco, Cal.
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from rcct3
and herbs, is unparalelled.
If you want special advice write to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman end held in strict confidence.
CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR Y
it
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
PENDLEAN LODGE No. C
A. F. and A. M.. meets the
first and third Mondays of
each month. All visiting brethren
are Invited.
DAMON LODGE N. 4
K. of P., meets every Mon
day evening In I. O. O. F
hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend
Sam E. Patne. C. C ; a. W. Fletcher,
K. R. S.
PR. D. C. M'NABB. LOCAL STAFF
Stock Inspector. Office at Koep-
pen's Drug Store. Phone Main 411
Residence, SIS East Court street
Res, Phone Main 69.
PENDLETON LOCAL NO. tl. MeeU
first and third Saturdays of each
month at 1:30 p. m. H. J. Rosenberg,
pres.; W. R. Campbell, sec.
FUNERAL "DIRECTORS
'inuM a RAKER. FUNERAL DI
rector ' and license 1 embalmer
Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars. Calls responded tc
tfay or night 'Phone Main 76.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO.. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all
landa In Umatilla county. Loan on
city and farm property. Buyi and
elU all kinds of real wtate. Does
a general brokerage business. Pays
taxes and makes Investments for non-
writA fire, life and accl-
rmiuvuM,
dent Insurance. References, any
bank In Pendleton.
JAMES JO TINS, Pre.
C. H. MARSH, Seo.
BBNTLET & LEFF1NOWELL, REAL
estate. Hre, Ufa and accident Insur
ance agents. New location, 816 Mole
treat. Phone aiam .
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
CITY LIVERT STABLE. THOMPSON
mrnev A. Bradley. Prop
Livery, feed and sale stable. Oood
rigs at all times. caD une in conueu
Uon. 'Phone Main 70.
PHYSICIANS.
""a" "Turiwi.n. M. D.. HOMEO
II. 0, v- -
..tvi nhvalMan and surgeon. Of
flea Judd ck. Telephone: Offl"
black 11411: rw1rtn'" roA !
VETERINARY SURUEONS.
W. LASSEN. M. D. V., GRAD
uate M.- Kllllp Veterinary College.
Chicago. Assistant State Veterinar
ian. Stallion and Jack Inspector
tor Umatilla Co. -Official Local
Stock Inspector. Office phone Main
20; Res. phone Main 27. Res. 616
Bush street
RESTAURANTS.
CHINA RESTAURANT. NOODLEi
and chop suey. Ung D. Ooey, prop
U the old stand, Alta street In re:
of Tall man Drug Co.
CHINESE LAUNDRY.
SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY-
man. Family washing a specialty.
All work first class. Goods called for
and delivered. 408 Court street
STROBL1S, DEAJJSR IN NEW
and second-hand goods. Cash pal.1
for all second-hand goods bought
Cheapest place In Pendleton to buj
household goods. Call and get hh
prices. 210 E. Court street Phon.
Black 8171
ATTORNEYS.
RALET & RALET. ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In American National
Bank Building.
JAMES A. FEE. ATTORNEY AT
law Officn In Despaln building.
CARTER & SMYTHS, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In rear of American
National Bank building.
JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT
law. Office over Taylor Hardware
Company.
PETERSON A WILSON, 4.TTOR.
neys at law; rooms t and 4 Smith-
Crawford building.
DOUGLAS W. BAILEY ATTORNEY
at law. Will practice In all rtat
and federal courts. Rooms 1, 2, 8
and 4, ever Taylor Hardware Co.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORN ET
at law, estates settled, wills, deed
mortgages and contracts drawa. Col
lectlona made- Room 17, Schmld
block.
FREDERICK STEIWER, ATTORN El
at law. Office In Smlth-Crawforc
t.ullding.
I.OWF1.I. WINTER. ATTORNEY
ana connullors at law.
.-tonpaln hulldin
Office b
JOHNSON & SKRABLE. ATTOl.
neys at law. Office In Despali
building.
SECOND-HAND DEALERS.
M ISCELL ANEOUS.
LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY DE
scrlptlon for county court, drcul
ourt Justice court, real eetate. etc.
for sale at East Oregonlan office.
LEGAL BLANKS of every toterla
Uon for country court circuit court
MANHOOD
OR
BROTHERHOOD
Assist Nature
now and then,
with a gentle
cathartic Dr.
FUrce'a Pleas
cndPellela tone
ttp and invigor
ate liver and
bowels. Le sure
you get what
you ask for.
The women who have used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription will tell you
that it freed thsni from Dam
helped them over painful periods in
their lifeand saved them many a day
of anguish ard misery. This tonic, in
liquid form, was devised over 40 years
ajro for tho womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce, M. D., and hr:s been sold ever
fcince by dealers in medicine to the
benefit of mury thousand women.
Notrif you pr?Feryou can obtain Dr.
Pisi ce'3 Favorite Prt Hcription tablets at
lour dratgist at $1 per box, also in 59c
size or send 50 one cent nlar.ips to Dr.
It. V. Puree, Buffalo, N. If. tor trial box.
"'icp,-' and to meet adequately the In
cit;.?'! use.
"a . "-"larison of roads and auto
mobile tiv.wl In France and the Unit
ed States sn. . '.'."t some statistics of
value wh4ch also serve to correct
some mi.sinformati J,; that has found
its way Into print.
"France has 38,000,000 reo; 1p, 363,
000 miles of roads, and 75,000 auto
mobiles; one automobile to each 520
people, and one automobile to a trifle
less than every five miles of roads.
"The United States, with 90,000,000
population and 2,200,000 miles of
roads has 1,040,000 automobiles, one
automobile for every. 87 people, and
one automobile for a trifle more than
every two miles of roads.
a fair trade and prices were higher
in sympathy with corn.
WHEAT.
July Open, 84 3-4; high, 88; low,
84 3-4; close, 85 3-4 H.
Sept. Open, 86 1-4; high, 87 1-8;
low, 86 1-8; close, 87.
Dec. Open, 89 3-4; high, 91; low,
89 3-4; close, 90 7-8.
Iorllaii( Wlicat Market.
Wheat Nominal producers' prices,
track basis: Club, 91 92c; milling,
bluestem, 96 98c; Turkey red, 90
95c; Willamette valley, 92c.
Barley Nominal producers, prices,
track basis: Feed, $23.50; brewing,
$25; rolled, $27.50 a ton.
Oats Nominal No. 1 feed, $20
32; milling, $31 a ton.
Flour Selling price: Patent, $4.70;
"New York state, with 9.000.000!
population' and 80,000 miles of roads Willamette valley, $4.70; local straight
has more than 106,000 automobiles, , J3.85 4.10; export, $3.503.95; bak
or one automobile to every 85 people ers $4.504.70.
and one automobile to every three-! Hay Producers' prices, Willamette
quarters of a mile of road In the state, valley timothy, fancy, $15; ordinary,
"To be sure, France has most ex-.1112; eastern Oregon-Idaho fancy
cellent roads.. It has been building timothy, $17 18; alfalfa, $12.5013;
them for the last 150 years, and with vetch ani ats. $1112; clover, $8
the constant repair which has been 10 per ton.
given the more important roads since ' Millstuffs Selling prices: Bran
the time of the first Napoleon the 24: middlings, $31.50; shorts, $25;
foundations are deep and strong and Per on.
solid as the rock of ages. But the.
multiplying traffic is wearing out the
surface of the French roads just the
same as It is the roads of heavy travel
In this country. An .official state-
STOCK MARKET.
mcnt a year or two ago, stated that
the annual maintenance cost on;
French roads is three times as great
as it was ten years ago.
"These facts ought to convince the
people of this country of the abso
(From Monday's Journal.)
Exceeding the figures set for this
week by the livestock commission
mt rehants, choice light hogs at the
lute necessity of building main roads' Nortn Portland stockyards went to
which will wear, even at a higher first I 9-23 Per cental toda'' the highest
cost. There Is and can be no econo- m"ket touched at this season of the
mv In constructing roads which will year ,n a lonS tlme ln the northwest.
require constant and expensive repairs. I Four lots Pikers, all weighting un
The number of automobiles in use Is der 2 Pmls a"d aggregating ln
constantly and rapidly growing. The , numr 377. went at the price named,
usefulness of the motor truck is be- i Two otner lots of 8wlne- totaling al-
f,,rtv, mrtn etr t ori r Aaxr 'together 157, were sold at the rate of
Every
Man,
Woman
an
Child
in the county is invited to
open a Savings Account
with this bank. We issue
books for deposits as low
as ONE DOLLATt and up
to any amount. In ' this
Pass Book will be record
ed every transaction and
flie book so kept that the
depositor can tell at a
glance exactly how much
money he has in the hank.
4 per cent interest paid,
which is compounded and
credited twice a year.
THE AMERICAN
NATIONAL BANK
of Pendleton,
Strongest Bank in
Eastern Cregon
ing further demonstrated every day. j
$9.30. With .the exception of the
WHEAT
MARKETS
ThRo fantnm nf won r nn rnn rts m
phaMze the fact that roads must be ; flarcn ,marK ,01 a ba' lne Pnce Pa,a
built of materials and by mtthods , oda' 18 tnf Iart within the year
v. hich will stand the strain of an aug- j p'e,8ent lndIcations are that the price
mer,tipg travel, not only today, but a wln continue to remain above the $9
decade hence." I mark for choice quality stuff until
' j after the new crop begins to arrive
; in September. A slight weakness de-
veloped with the receipt of 115 head
' in the morning's run, but the weakness
' did not affect the general price very
' much.
The market for steers was slightly
' weaker in tone. No first quality deals
'were made and the highest mark at
'which sales were closed was $8.10.
Livestock lleceipts.
Hogs J. W. Chandler. Wallowa.
I Ore., two loads; E L. Wiley. Wallowa,
i Ore., one ln.ifl. W R TCIrw Sit in.
action overdue, prices firmed up In thonyi Illah0i one loa(i: w, B Kllk
the grain market, the upturn In coarse liJugar city Waho one ,oad; Arling.
grains and a few reports of black : ton Lumber company, Condon, Ore.,
rust from North Dakota being the one ,00d w F Burton Montague,
strengthening influences. Good wheat ; Ca, one ,ORd Klddle ProS i Inder
judges, however, have attempted to'0re- one ,oad AV chandler. tTnlon
decry the wheat rust rumor by say- juncUmii 0re- one Ioad.
Ing that conditions have not been . CattleP Q. wson, Tne Dalles,
right for its development. Tempor-;one ,oaJ. Jamef) wiIson shaniko, Or.,
ary offers from the country have di-)one ,ond; Eaker Countv CaUle com,
minished as was natural after the re-, pnny Pakeri Qre one load; w H
cent heavy selling and there was fair Gulllfordi Ecll0i 0re.t two joada. j D-
XCISAXCE XOTICE.
Notice Is herety called to the fol
lowing portion of Section 1 of Ordi
nance No. 336 of the City of Pendle
ton, viz:
"Throwing or p:aclng, or deposit-
Ing, upon any street or sidewalk any.
sweepings from any store, or the con
tents of any cuspidor, or the promise
cuous scattering of hand bills, or oth
er papers or substance or material
that Is offensive to the eye, In any
street, or alley or upon any sidewalk
Is hereby declared to be a nuisance.
Section 9 of said ordinance provides
that any person guilty of a violation
of any of the provisions of said or
dinance shall upon conviction thereof
be punished by fine or imprisonment
This notice is given by order of the
street committee and dated this Eth
day of July, 1913.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
City Recorder-
CHICAO, July 15. With the re
export Inquiry.
'French, Pendleton, Ore., one load; J
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATION
wedding announcements, emboesei1
private and business stationery, etc
Very lates styles. Call at East Ore
gonlan office and see samples.
Justice court, real estate, ate..
Sale at East Oregonlan office.
sac:
LEAVER ENGRAVING
--. COM PANY V"-r" ,
rOKTlAND : - . . OKtOON .-
ttt
Uro.,-'.-lrTir....... .....
"Ul" ,t,tBS nas "1JU i,W TInt. Oazelle. -fll five Inn.ls- A
damage by hot winds ln the south-1 F Hunt wios Ca, ( four ,nflds. p
west by the corn bulls, but with cooler , Sergison, Lamont. Wash., three loads;
weather predicted the buying de-; , v n-?nrV-P ofi hn1 .1rlvn in-
J. F. Burns, 24 head, driven in.
Sheen P. J. Brown. Durkee. Ore..
YourlChild's Health two mads.
V C tl U' Mixed stufr Hugh Cummlngs. Cor
TOUr rirSt 1 UOlIgut vallis. Ore., cattle and hogs, one load;
Paker County Cattle eompanv, Ba-
If von have rhildrm nntnraMvl. .
--- I Ktr, ure , one ioaa; u. i. uorsnne,
your first thoughts are for their Joseph. Ore., cattle and hogs, one
health. You certainly want them toload. j w chandler, Union Junction,
develop strong, healthy constitutions. 0re catUp anJ n one ,oad. j u
The most careful attention must beBakeri CalJweH Illai10. Koga and cat.
given when children show the first ju one ,oad James Wlson. Shaniko,
symptoms of the many common ail; ! Ore., cattle and hogs, one load.
mens, remaps iney are weaxiy ana
thin, or grow too fast, thus sacrific-l
ing strength. These and other ap-liiiaaiTO nnriTI A II n
parently minor ailments may be the I If Hill O rUnlLHlXU
forerunner to a weak constitution for
life.
Such children need Jayne's Tonic
Vermifuge which Is essentially a chil
dren's tonic. First of all, It will
properly care for the child's stomach.
It will also improve the appetite, and
will add strength to the other organs
of the body. In cases of thin or im
pure blood, it increases the number
of red corpuscles, enabling the enrich
ed blood to keep the body healthy and
strong.
Among the most common ailments
that children develop, is that of a dis
ordered stomach, leading to an im
paired digestion. In many cases this
trouble is due to parasites In the in
testinal tract To correct such trou
ble, Jayne's Tonic Vermifueg is unsurpassed.
For more than eighty years mil
lions Of children have been restored
to health through the use of this ton
ic. Insist upon Jayne's; accept no
other. Sold by druggists everywhere
Dr. D. Jayne & Son, Philadelphia, Pa
XOTICE OF STREET ASSESSMEXT
INSTALMENT PRIVILEGES.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of The City of Pen
dleton, on the 2Sth day of Mayv 1913,
did make an assessment for the im
provement of Webb Street in The City
of Pendleton, from the east line of
Cottonwood Street to the East line of
College Street, and did assess the con
tract price for making said improve
ment against the lots, parts of lots
and parcels of land, speeialy benefit
ed thereby. All persons affected by
such improvement and assessment de
siring to take advantage of the pro
visions of Chapter 5 of Title 26, of
Lords Oregon Laws providing that
such assessments may be paid in ten
annual installments are hereby noti
fied that application so to do must bo
made to the City Recorder, as in such
Chapter 5. provided within ten days
from the date of this notice. Forms
for such applications may be secured
from the office of the City Recorder.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
10th day of July, 1913.
THOS. FITZ GERALD.
City Recorder.
P0ST0FFICE BUILT
OF BAKER STONE
Orejron Product Is Considered Anions
Host Commercial dub Takes
Question 'p.
1
Woman
Is Interested and (honld
know about the wonderful
Marvel J
ivoucne
Every
Ask y ourdruffglst for
It. If he cannot imp
ply tha MARVEL.
accept no otner, but
scnditamp (or book.
Mamel Ca, 44 L 231 ft, I.T.
RAKER, Ore.. July 15. That the
Portland postofflce should be built of
Baker county stone Is the desire of
the Baker commercial club and steps
have been taken to show the govern
ment that Baker county has the best
etone In the northwest, to say noth
ing of Oregon
Publicity Manager W. Ei Meacham
has taken the matter up with the Ore
gon Bureau of Mines and Geology and
others with the hope that they will
consider samples from this vicinity.
The recent announcement was that
the stone must come up to a given
standard and that specimens were to
be secured near Corvallls without con
sidering Baker.
Baker county Is not to be spurned,
however, and will make Its stone
known to the Portlanders.
The Rest Medicine In the World.
"My little girl had dysentry very
bad. I thought she would die.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy cured her, and I
can truthfully say that I think It Is
the best medicine in the world."
writes Mrs. William Orvls, Clare,
Mich. For sale by all dealers.
XOTICE OF STREET ASSESSMEXT
INSTALLMENT PRIVILEGES.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of The City of Pen
dleton on the 2Sth day of May, 1913,
did make an assessment for the im
provement of College Street in The
City of Pendleton, from the north line
of Webb Street to the south line of
Court Street, and did assess the con
tract price for making said improve
ment against the lots, parts of lots and
parcels of land speeialy benefitted
thereby. All persons affected by such
Improvement and assessment, desiring
to take advantage of the provisions of -Chapter
5, of Title 26, of Lords Ore
gon laws, providing that such assess
ment may be paid ln ten annual in
stalments, are hereby notified that ap
plication so to do must be made to
the City Recorder, as in such Chapter
5 provided within ten days from the
date of this notice. Forms for such
application may be secured from the
office of the City Recorder.
Dated at Pendleton, Oregon, this
10th day of July, 1913.
THOS. FITZ GERALD,
City Recorder.
M Ids
WANTED.
K GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALB- A
first rtas restaurant which I am
compelled to sell on account of or
health. Addrees T. O. Boa 101.
Echo. Ore
HAIR WORK LADIES WANTING
Hair Wark done right, addrena
Madam Kennedy. Athona Oregon.

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