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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1916.
PENDLETON BUSINESS DIRECTORY
A Representative List of Pendleton's Business Houses and Professional Men Classified for Ready Reference of the Public
FRAZIER & 6ER.SQH
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
Hhm, phono, 30 Car for Hire
:-,. vttonwood St. Op. City HaU,
Motor Car Repairs
W. J. BURNS
DM CTUMPIH QMTO WTO
IVBK-81UCD PISTON AND RINl
I'boee H, SeagleS Blacksmith Shop.
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
& Supply Co.
TEL. K ltt.
BUI8 DRESSING, MANICURING,
Facial massage. SCALP wKA-
AuHi Price Telephone SB
821 Main Street.
R. T. BROWN
Candidate at the primaries for
For County Clerk.
GEO. A CRESSY,
Candidate in the primaries for
County Commissioner on the Demo
cratic ticket. Is the only candidate for
commissioner in either party whose
residence Is In the west end of the
county He promisee If elected B
careful Impartial and economical ad
ministration of the office Adv.
I 1 1
HORACE J. STILLMAN
Of Pendleton, Oregon,
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
Subject to the Democratic choice at the Primary, May
39 K Barney
iiildate for Democratic Nominee for
OOI M Y coMMIHsioNK.lt
At the Primaries May lth.
"I stand for an economical and business-like admln
ltulun of Hie County's affuira and equal improve
ments over the County."
22i East Court Phone ITT
PAM1LT TRADE A SPECIALTY
Pioneer Bottling Works
Paul nemmelgara. Prop.
ALL KINDS OF SOFT
PRINKS AND SOPAS BOTTLBP
LA TOSKA CIGARS
Havana fri.il 10c.
S:ralght and Perferto Shapes.
PENDLETON CIGAR FACTORY.
CI I B RATES.
I will keep a man's suit pressed
and repaired for 11.50 per month
and guarantee the best possible
work. RUDD, THE TAILOR ANT
DRY CLEANER, J10 West Webb
Pendleton Welding Shop
We weld all kinds of cant Iron, alumi
num, ateel, copper and brass by the
Modern Ory Acetylene Process.
Don't Walt for Repairs. Let Us Weld it
129 JOHNSON ST.
I Clear, Peachy Skin
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water !
Says an inside bath, before break-
fast helps us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh.
Sparkling and vivacious merry,
bright, alert a good, clear skin and
a natural, rosy, healthy complexion
are assured only by pure blood. If
only every man and woman could be
induced to adopt the morning inside
k.th. what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of the thousands
of sickly, anaemic-looking men, wom
en and girls, with pasty or muddy
complexions; Instead of the multi
tudes of "nerve wrecks," "rundowns,"
"brain fags" and pessimists we should
se a virile, optimistic throng of rosy
cheeked people everywhere.
An inside bath is had by drinking
. h morning, before breakfast, a
gross of real hot water with a tea
apoanhd of limestone phosphate in it
to wash from the stomach, liver, kid
neys and ten yards of bowels the pre
vious days Indigestible waste, sour
fermentations and poisons. thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshening
the entire alimentary canal before
... . . .
putting more lood into me sauiwai
Those subject to sick headache, bil
iousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particularly those who have
a pallid, sallow complexion and who
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain quarter pound of llme
i bosohate at the drug store
which will cost but a trifle, but is suf
fie lent to demonstrate the quick and
remarkable change in ooth health and
appearance, awaiting those who prac
tice internal sanitation. We must re
member that inside cleanliness is more
important than outside, because the
.,kin does not absorb impurities to
contaminate the blooa while the pores
in the thirty feet of bowels do.
NOTICE OF PAYMENT OF CITY OF
PENDLETON IMPROVEMENT BONDS.
Notice Is hereby given that City of Pen
dleton Improvement Bend No. 4, Series O.
will be paid npon presentation thereof to
the undersigned at the American National
Hank. Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon.
Interest on said Bond ceases June 1, 1916.
Dated May 6. 1816.
Treasurer, City of Pendleton
By Wm. Mickelsen, Deputy.
Eatlmat j Furnished.
Phone 686, 118 W. Court St
T02 East Alta St
FEED AND SALES STABLE.
Koch Furniture Store
CHAS. KOCH, Pros.
We pay cash for second hand
stoves and ranges.
11T W. Webb St ruone 855-W
I. B. JOHNSON & SOUS
Groceries. Confections and Bakers'
Cash paid for Butter, Eggs and
202 W. Webb St Phone 871
Lack of Vessels
Millers Unable to
Bid More for Wheat
PORTLAND, Ore, May 16 Port
land's lack of ocean steamship facili
ties is working great injury to the port
In the matter of grain business, while
northern ports are doing a fair volume
of oriental, South American and Euro
pean flour business, local millers are
compelled to sit idle and simply do a
Naturally this is reflected in the
price that the local trade Is able to
pay for wheat and other cereals but
it Is a condition beyond the aid of the
Small purchases of wheat continue
in the Interior by Pacific northwest
millers with prices generally reported
as steady. Locally the market has
Oats and barley markets continue
firm with the former active in the
country and the latter dull because of
the lack of offerings.
Chicago market was affected some
what by the rains in the middle west
but the report of Hessian fly in Kan
sas has been a bullish factor.
Broomhall cabled that Liverpool
wheat was dull and steady, influenced
by America, but foreign arrivals were
liberal. Spot wheat unchanged with
a better demand. Cargo market
steady; Manitobas 3d dearer, winter
uncnangea; fiattes and Australian
steady held. Continental demand for
wheat increasing, notwithstanding lib
era export clearances and it Is believ
Kllutls ili ftttktt. aged tlilrto ii.
anwrim Coffey, aired
Ikmaga ;.. - - - 4
Here are three young
the experts promise wl
numpions in mm wai.-. r , 4, tome darlng high dives. He
grow up. Elizabeth Becker, aged jUIripi, from a height of twenty feet
thirteen, of Philadelphia, is already Leo Handy Is the best in the Brook-th-
equal of many full grown women line, Mass.. high school. He haa
swimmers, and lately she gave Mlsi covered 100 yards In 66 4-5 seconds.
. . 1 . I 1 u . . .
J. W. DYER
East End Grocery
HIDES AND JUNK
Pendleton Hide and Junk Co.
Highest cash prices paid for 2nd
hand goods of all kinds. Rubber,
Auto Tires, Brass, Copper, Sacks
HIDES. PELTS, WOOL ft FURS.
106 W. Webb St. Telephone 862
Automobile, FIRE, Burglary
Plate Glass, Liability, Security
Bonds. Accident and Health.
Telephone 604. E. O. Bldg.
ROUGH DRY 7c PER LB.
Keep away from the washtub and
avoid a doctor bill this winter
ed that large purchases are being
made quietly as needs recognized.
World shipments this week to Unit
ed Kingdom ports 6,682.000 bushel i
against 6.593,000 last week.
Weather in the United Kingdom is
clear and warm. This Is favorable.
World's shipments from North Am
erica wheat 9 308,000 bushels; corn.
1 068.000 bushels, oats, 3.912.000 bush
els. Austrian Dry weather continues
and holders of wheat are still firm.
Flour Selling price Pntent, 16.
20; Willamette valley, 14.90; local
straight, 4.605; bakers' local, 14.80
5.20; Montana spring wheat, 16.10;
exports, 84.504.70( whole wheat,
86.10; exports, 84 5004,70; whole
wheat. 86.65; graham, 85 40; rye flour
85.95 per barrel.
Hay Buying price Willamette val.
ley timothy fancy, 8J0; eastern Oregon-Idaho
fancy timothy, 821 22; al
falfa, 821022; vetch and oats, 818;
Grain sacks 1 9 1 fi nominal No. 1
Calcutta, 12 1-2013 5-8 In carlots;
less amounts are higher.
Millstuffs Selling price, carload
lots, bran, 823; shorts, 826.60.
Rolled oats 86.5006.75 per barrel
Rolled barley 831.500 32 60 pel
BIG RUN OF HOGS AND
CATTLE AT N. PORTLAND
PORTLAND, Ore . May 16 Late
in the day sales of hogs were made at
89.15 per hundred pounds at North
Portland. Indicating that even though
Leo Handy, aged fifteen,
Olga Dorfner, a tussel to beat her at
flfty yards. Cameron Coffey, a Los
Angeles youngster of four years, nas
D. D. PHELPS
And Sheet Metal Worker.
228 S. Court St Phone 143
Pbone 82; Res. BOB.
Wodaego & Ardrey
PLUMBING AND HEATING.
Tinning and Repair Work.
100 W. Webb St, PENDLETON, OHM.
214 B. Court St.
Portraits made day of nlgbt rain or
shine. Glre us a call.
916 Main St., Tel. 829-W.
HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL AND
Post Card Photos 81.00 Dos.
the market was dull at the start, the
dosing was steady on aOout the same
quotations ,ts ruled last week. Higher
prices are quoted In some markets
that had practically no supplies, there
fore they could name any price that
joilted their purpose.
There was a very liberal run of live,
stock in the North Portland yards ov
As forecast In these reports, there
was a big run of cattle from California
a total of 28 loads being received from
there for the week's opening trade
This stock consisted of grassers and
was generally in fair condition
A number of loads of pulp stuff
from Iduho put in appearance, several
loads going at 89 as the top while a
number were sold at 88.90.
General cattle market range
Choice pulp-fed steers ...88.900 9.00
Choice grain fed steers . . . 8.76
Ordinary grain-fed steers. 8.2508.4(1
Choice hay-fed steers .... 8.5008.78
Good steers 7 5008.00
Ordinary to common steers 6.0007 06
Choice cows 7.60
Ordinary to common cows 7.2507.35
Choice heifers 7.6007.76
Ordinary heifers 7.00 0 7.15
Choice bulls 5 5006.00
Good to fair bulls 4.0005.00
Ordinary to common nulls 2 0002.76
Best light calves 8.00
Good calves 7.0007 60
Hog Ran Enormous.
There was a very heavy run of
hogs In the North Portland yards over
Sunday; totals being 4926 head com
pared with 3420 last Monday and 2261
head this same day a year ago
Trading In the hog market started
very alow during the morning with
tops selling around 89.05 although
scarcely enough stuff was sold pre
vious to the noon hour to give a defi
General hog market:
Choice light wis. nominal 89.0509.16
Good light weights 8.900 9.00
Medium weights 8.5008 75
Hough and heavy 8.0008.25
JOHN S. BAKER, FUNERAL DI
rector and licensed embalmer. Op
poslte postofflce Funeral parlor, two
funeral cars Calls responded to day
or night. Phone 76.
J T. BROWN'S FURNITURE STORK
Funeral director and licensed em
balmer. Most modern funeral par
lor, morgue and funeral cars. Calls
responded to day or night. Corner
Main and Water streets. Telephone 63.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all
lands In Umatilla county. Buys and
sells all kinds of real estate. Does
a general brokerage business. Pays
taxes and makes Investments for non
residents Writes, fire, life and acci
dent Insurance. References, any bank
JAMES JOHNS, Pres.
C. H. MARSH, Sec.
BENTLEY MONTGOMERY, REAL
estate, fire, life and accident insur
ance agents. 815 Main street. Phone
veterinarian. Residence telephono
27; office telephone, 20.
RALET RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
law. Office In American National
ROOMS AND BOARD
702 B. A1U BJt. Telephone 44T
While Help Only Employed.
The ALTA HOUSE
Mrs. ). BHBPARD, Prop.
Booms With or Without Board.
Under New Management.
Get Your Rugs Steam Cleaned
PENDLETON RUG AND MATTRESS
Upholstering and Furniture Repairing.
All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Located 108 Water St
STORAGE BATTERIES ARE EX
PENSIVE They need the best of care through
the winter lot
728 Cottonwood St., care for them
Service guaranteed. Phone 645
Hale & McAfee
WALL PAPER, PICTURB MOULDING,
GLASS. DECORATING, PAINTING.
Job work Promptly Done.
807 Main St. Pendleton, Oregon.
Big Run mi Morula Slsvp.
There was a run of 14 loads of
California sheep reported in the local
yards over Sunday. Aside from these
arrivals the offerings were limited
Sales of the California stock were
made around 88.2508 60 for year
lings. General shorn mutton and lamb
Select spring lambs 8 10.00
Best yearlings 8 000 8 60
Good to common wethers 7.50 0 7.76
Best ewes 7.00
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the aest of the dlaeaae. Ca
tarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced
by constitutional conditions, and In order tc
cure It you muat take an Internal remedy
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally
and acta thru the blood on the mucous snr
faces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Cure
was prescribed by ene of the best physic!
ana In this country for years. It la com
posed of some of the beat tonics known
combined with aome of the bast blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of the
Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Core la what
produces auch wonderful results In catarrhal
conditions. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Props., Toledo, O
All Druggists. 7 Sc.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Republican National Convention
(N. B. At the primaries, May 19, there are four delegates from the
state at large to be elected to attend the Chicago convention, besides
two from each Congressional District.) Pd. Adv.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORNEY
at law. Estates settled, wills,
deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn.
Collections mads. Room 17, Schmidt
FEE & FEE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office In Despaln building.
CARTER & SMTTHE, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In rear of Amerl
can National Bank building.
JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT
law. Office over Taylor Hardware
PETERSON & BISHOP, ATTOH
neys at law; room 3 and 4, Smith
DOUGLAS W. BAILEY, ATTORNEY
at law. Will practice In all state
and federal courts. Rooms 7, 8 and
9, Despaln building.
FREDERICK STEIWEn, ATTOR
ney at law. Office In Smith-Crawford
S. A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor at law. Office In De
er, makes a specialty of farmers'
stock and machinery sales. "The
man that gets you the money." Leave
orders at East oregonlan office.
RAYMOND W. HATCH, ARCHITECT
Despaln Building. Phono 768. Pen
IE IT'S A SIGN WE MAKE IT
KEM SIGN CO.
MM Cottonwood Street
Phona (71. Pendleton. Ore.
WK MEND BOLES.
RUBRER HEELS A SPECIAL!.
Pendleton Shoe Hospital
W J. McGARRIGLE
BBOB REPAIRING ON SCIENTIFIC
We call for and deliver.
Phase 887. 816 Mala St.
ST. GEO ROB HOTEL.
Prompt service, day and night
Funeral service 88.60.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Coort and Cottonwood.
NOTICE Of HEOlEST FOI! BIDS COB
Notice la hereby given that sealed bids
will be received at the office of the City
Recorder, iu Pendleton, Oreyon, up to ft
o'clock P. M . on May It, lillfl. for sprlokt
lug the uupaved streets of The City of
Pendleton for the season of 1910.
For the purpose of sprinkling, the City
"ill be divided Into districts as follows:
District No. I -All that part of the City
lying north of the I'matllla River.
District No. 2 All that part of the City
lying south of the I'matllla River and eaat
or Main Street.
Dlatrlct No. 3 -All that part of the City
lying south of the I'matllla River and
aest of Main Street.
No atreet that haa been paved to be In
cluded in the contract. Each bid muat
peclfy the price per man and team per
month, straight time, man and team to be
under the direction of the Street Commis
sioner when not engngid in street sprlnkl
lag; the i iiy to furnish sprinkling wagona
and water. Each bid muat be accompanied
by a certified check In the sum of one
Hundred Hollars (910OIIO), made payable
to the order of the Mayor of The City of
Pendleton, as an evidence of good faith, the
same to be forfeited to the City If the
bidder la auccessful and refuses to sign the
contract with the City in accordance with
the terms of this notice, and to be returned
to the bidder If unsuccessful The Com
mon Council reserves the right to reject say
and ail bids. In Its discretion.
Dated tble 4th day of May. 181a.
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
VSTROBLE DELERm NEW
and second hand goods. Cash
paid for all second-hand goods bought
Cheapest place In Pendleton to buy
household goods. Come and get sir
prlces. 219 E Court street. Phons
MONTANA FARM LANDS.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Lands In eastern Montana as su
to 918 per acre. Suitable for r.m,.
Ing or grazing. Easy terms. For In
formation wri or sen w S!
Miles City, Montana.
ELDERLY MEN DESIRING LIGHT
employment can make good wages
selling our FULL LINE of popular
priced Nursery stock. Outfit fur
nished. Investigate. Address Pacific
Nursery Com banv 199 1.4 n.
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