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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1917.
PAGE SEVEN'
ARE YOU UP-TO-DATE
OR DO YOU STILL USE THE OLD FASHIONED
dkuum in your house cleaning?
L
Pacific Power
'BE UP-TO-DATE
and use
An Bectric Vacuum Cleaner
NO DUST
SANITARY
NO ODOR
HEALTHFUL
COSTS LESS THAN ,c
AN HOUR
Your Electrical Dealer or
&Lioiit
Company
PHONE 40
Wken You Clean Your
House Don't Forget
Tic Eastern Hide & Junk Co.
11 W. Railroad St., Pendleton.
Rk Phone II -J.
Bus. Ptvone 561
M. OI'Fn.I.K, rrop.
Mr Farmer We pay ?7
a ton for mixed iron.
All kinds of bottles, old cast
and wrought Iron, hides, pelts
and furs of all kinds, also rasa.
Wa pay the highest price for
second hand furniture.
Copper wire. light copper Jtc.
Llgbt Copper
Tellow Brass
Ugh Brass
Aluminum . .
Pewter ......
Tin Foil ....
Zinc
Lead
Oreen Hides .
Dry Hides . .
Rubber Tires
Inner Tubes
V '
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. .Mo
. . ac
. . 4Ho
. . HHo
. .ao
. . 414c
..ieio
Though the under dog gets a lot of
sympathy, the upper canine gets) the
receipts.
Trie Best
Place in Town
to Get
CANDY
Is st the store "what has"
ths "WHITMAN'S" slam.
Nobody In America makes
eandy like "WHITMAN'S."
Others have tried, are still
trying, but they can't do It
WHITMAN'S" stands for
the beet.
A boa of "WlirrMAJfa"
CAND1K8 are revelations to
people who don't know their
goodness.
Tallman & Co.
Leading 'Drugftfti
836.- "
Kntarraln nor frleode
NEW EDI
Toe any keep
this sew Kdl-i
with the dls-
ead strli
mf 11 rerarcM (or
lUWi i-ay a
little dews snd
s llttls
sinnth or week.
with innr favorite record.
WRITK TtlllAf FOR OUR
ON ROOK. No ehllntlona
WARREN'S M18IO HOCBK
Pendleton. oreaa.
!foJr of rwynertit of city of pendte-
SAYS WE BECOME
CRANKS ON HOT
WATER DRINKING
1HF) EVKKY MAJf AND WOM
AN ADOITfct TIIU. 8l'IJ-;.VIll
MUHNiNfi 11A1UT.
Why Is" man and woman. huJf the
time, feeling nestvous, despondent,
worried; some days headachy dull
and unstrung; some days really Inca-
rsvuaiea oy illness.
If we all would practice inside,
bathlnc, what a gratifying change,
would take place. Instead of thou,
sands of half-sick. anaemic-looking
souls with pasty, muddy complexions
we should see crowds of happy, heal.
"' rosy-cheeked people everywhere.
The reason Is that the human system
does not rid Itself each day of all ths
waste which It accumulates under our
present mode of living. r every
ounce of food and drink taken Into
the system nearly en ounce of waste
material must be carried ouu else It
ferments and forma ptomaine-like
poisons which are absorbed Into the
blood. ,
Just as necessary as It la to ..i... !
the ashes from the furnace each day,
before the fire wlU bum bright and
hot. so we must each morning clear 1
Che Inilde organs of the previous
day's accumulation of- IndJgasclols
waste and body toxins. Men and
women, whether si ok or well, are ad. ,
vised to drink each morning before
breakfast, a glass of real hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate In It. as a harm I Aw means of
washing out of the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels the indigestible
material, waste, sour bile and toxins;
thus cleansing, sweetening and purify
ing the entire alimentary canal before
pulling more food Into the stomach.
Millions of people who had their
turn at constipation, bilious attacks,
acid stomach, nervous dan and sleep,
lesa nlghta have become real cranks
about the morning lnrtde bath. A
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
will not cost much at the drug store.
but Is sufficient to demonstrate to
anyone, its cleansing, sweetening and
freshening effect upon the system.
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' ,. h'O DiffHEKCf IS IIADE
in the class of service we render to our pat
rons. Every one receives the best we can
five.
We have customers whose deposits are
moderate but they KNOW that their busi
ness is welcome and that it is given as pains
1 taking attention as that of our largest de
positors. We invite your account.
.'r'alr and Warmer , getwyn'e fiale of Iuxhtcr, at tiw Orccon Theater, Friday, March t.
MONTANA CAHLE AT PORTLAND
POHTUSD, March L-rKour loads
of Montana cattle arrived In the
I North Portland yards over night, be
ing the first shipments from there
for the local trade this season.
('onditlon . of the cattle market in
general Is steady to firm. Htock la
now getting so high priced, that kil
lers are no longer exceedingly anxi
ous to take care of the extreme qual
ity stuff, although there is by no
means any weakness noted. The
trade In that class of stuff Is not
quite so active.
It la the lower proes and poorer
quHllty muff that Is selling hes't In the
ci. tile division of the local trade.
General cattle market range:
Rent heavy beef steers. . t.8v? 10.00
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
' NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied In Nostrils
Relieves Head-Colds at Once.
If your nostrils are clogged and
your bead Is stuffed and you can't
breathe freely oei tuse of a cold or
catarrh. Just got a small bottle 3f
Rlys Cream Balm at ac rug store.
Apply a little ol this fragrant, anti
septic cream Into -ct.r rostrils an 1
let It penetrate thmtiah every air
passage of your hel roothlng nd
healing the Inflamed, swr'len mucous
membrane and you t instant relief
Ah! how gool It feels. Tour nos
trils are open. yoi- heed is dear, no
hawking, snuf.'ilng blowing; n-
more headache, di yr -nx ot struga-rnc
for breath. Ely's Or Mm Ilalm la Just
what sufferers frm prud colds snd
catarrh reed. It's c, cellrrt
Heat light beef steers... .SCr .7S
T'.eat beef rows 7.719 g.08
Best heifers J 00
Ordinary to gvod cows., 7. fit it 8. 60
Hen butcher bulls .S0r 7.00
Ught bulls i.nOQ (.00
t'alvea . 7.00010. B0
Hlocker-feeder steers . . 6.75 1 1.60
Htocker-feeder cows .... 5.00 .00
Hog Market Umltvd.
With only a limited showing of
supplies in the North Portland yards
over night, the swine trade In gen
eral was quiet. A really strong tone
Ik shown In the market, but there was
practically nothing available to test
extreme values.
I With the eastern market again
showing a further advance in price,
and new high records dally establlah
ed. there Is nothing in siRht here but
still higher values,
cieneml hog range:'
Ceavy parking JlS.tO'ff 1J.50
l-est light 1S.04P1J.5
lloiiKh heavy 12.Crll.t5
!rina . .A ii.ooii.r,
'Htockcr 10.J510.50
I IsunhH Rxperted to RJno.
While no sales of lambs have ss
vet been made above til. 15 In the
North Portland yards, there Is every
' expectation smong leaders of ths
trade that 111.50 would be obtained
for selected quality stuff, such as
comes from the Mount Adams coun
try. '
There was only a handful of stuff
in the mutton and lamb division for
the day. .
General mutton and lamb market:
Fleet east of mountain
iambs tll.IOeiSJS
Hcet valley lamb- 11.5011.00
Wethers . . .-. 1 1.60 fl 11.75
Ch .60 1.76
Goats 4.15 4.50
I Wednesday livestock Shipper.
Hogs I'nlon Meat Co., iAle. Wn .
1 load.
- Cattle D. P. Maboney. Drummond,
Mont.; 1 loads; K. M. Brook. 2 loada
. Cattle and salves H. J. Harris,
Ucion, 2 loads;', R. H. Locker, Sa
lem. 1 load.
Mixed stuff Davis a PughShedd.
I load cattle, calvesi hogs and sheep;
S W. Davis, Shedd, 1 load cattle and
hogs. . r
1 ' .
BEjlLTy TRANSFERS
Warranty Deeds.
R. W. Dee pain, to F. M. Griggs. 11,
all Interest in estates ot J. B, and P.
J. Oespain
H. O. Hurlhurt, to T. H. Hurlhurt.
et al, 110, acreage iu Twps. 1 and
North, Range 21.
J. U Caateei. to M. J. anfield, el
ux, S1000. a. 1-2 SE. 1-4 and 8E. 1
SW. 1-4 Sec 11. Twp. 5 a and lot 1
Sec. 5, Twp. 8.. Range 13. ,
August Ring, executor, to J. H.
Stlirgls, tlCOO, K. 1-1 NW. 1-4 nd
" . i-i itKi. i- tsec , i-wp. z on n
Range 21.
Ktnela Davis, et al. to J. H. Sturgls
IHUO, K 1-2 NW. 1-4 and W. 1-2
NE. 1-4 Sec. , Twp, 2 North. Range
11.
K. E. Turner, et ux. to Charley Big-
Kerstaff, 22400, meta and bound de
scription In 8ec. 11, Twp. 2 North,
lance 11.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Loess County, sm.
Frsnk J. Cheney makes oath that he b
senior partaer of the firm of K. J. Chese;
C, dolus business la toe City of Toleds
County and State aforesaid, and that sale
rtrts will pay the sum of ONB HTJKDBfcU'
DOLLARS for sack and every rase of Cs
tarrh that cannot be cored by the ose of
HALL 8 CaTABBH CLUE. rBaJiK i
CHENEI.
Sworn to before ma and subscribed Is
my presence, this 6th dsy of December, a
U. 1880. a. W. GLBAHON.
IBesI) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Intersall
anil acts through tbe Rlood on tbe Mneona
Surfaces of the System. Send for testi
moslala. free.
V. 1. CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O.
Hold by sll drogrlats. 75c.
Hall's Fsmily 1'llLs for eonatlpaUoa.
DHINKS IOISON, DIRS.
KtroENK. .March T. Frank Crow
a farmer, drank poison and died in
stantly at his 'home fifteen miles
south, of here. He was a bachelor and
has been despondent recently.
SAX
FKANCISCO WFSTF.KN"
IIAKK OF BOMB PLOTTERS
WASHINGTON. Msrch 7. It Is of
ficially learned that German plotters
against India made San 4rancisco
their western base for active oper
atlona A Hindu leader there spread
propaganda and then fled the coun
try.
I-
CHICHESTER S PILLS
W lraltoejl Aak. r Pranlst fnr a
i ai-rsx-ea-tr-r'sl lMBarW B rt4lV
k 'lll.i tt4l wJ ..)) stUtrV.
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wriii. ir
RHA.MI rtL.I.tw
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SOLO BT DRUOulSTS tVlRtWHIKt
BETTKH AND SOFTKR
LIGHT
Is assured by the ass of some
of these beautiful fixtures of
ours. They give a light that
Illuminates the room perfectly,
but that does not tire or strain
the eyes. They are not expen
sive considering their extra ef
ficiency and extra beauty. Why
not at least see them?
J, L. VAUGHAN
it)
.... t i
y Thurwtaj snd FrMay.
CASH AFTKR CASK.
DON'T HURT A BIT!
Lift your old, torturous corns
and calluses right off
with the fingers,
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IlEe Milk ;
I Substitute
I CALF MEAL0 j
Raises yourxalves without milk
! Golesworthy's
j , SELL IT, ALSO ' 1
Poultry Supplies, all kinds
- Rolled Barley, :
Oats arid Hay
CHOP MILL I
Alta'and Cottonwood Phone 134
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This tiny toottle holds the wonder of
wonders. It contains an almost mag
ical drug discovered by a Cincinnati
man. It is called freesone. It Is
compound made from ether.
I Apply a few drops ot
this freesone upon a ten
der, aching corn, or a
hardened callus. Instant.
ly the soreness disappears
and shortly you will find
the corn or callus so
you Just lift it off with the
Tou feel no pain or
soreness when applying
freexone or afterwards.. It
doesn't even irrtiate the
skin.
Just ask In any drug store for a
small bottle of ireexone. This wilt
cost but a few cnts but will poeit've-
ly rid your poor, auferlng feet of er
ery hard corn, sou corn, c.r corn be.
tween the toes, or the tou;k callusii
on bottom of feet .T-nu)ne freexore
has a yellow label. Look for yellow
label.
1(
if
Uarmthdndlconomv
. go hand in hand with '
those who use our
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Lump 6r Nut
Dry Wood of All Kinds
B. L. BURROUGHS
Telephone S
CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR Y
ATTORNEYS.
W. BAILEY. ATTOR.VEY AT
Law. Rooms 7, 1. . Despain Bldg.
Plenty More IJke This (a pravIlrtoiL
GEORGB W. COUTTS. ATTORNEY
at law. Room 17, Schmidt block.
Scores of Pendleton people can tell
you about Dean's Kidney Pills Many
a happy dtisen mskee a public state
ment of his experience. Here Is a
case of it. What better proof of mer
it ran be had thsn such endorsement?
Mrs. C. K. Myers, 114 Mark St.,
Pendleton, says: "ft hss been a long
time since I have had occasion lo
take a kidney medicine, but I know
for a fact that Doan's Kidney Pills
are very fine for kidney trouble I
couldn't recommend a more reliable
kidney niedic'ne."
60,- at all dealers. Poster-Mllbum
Co., Mfgra.. Buffalo, N. T.
CARTER SMYTH E. ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In rear of American
National Bank building.
FEB A FEE. ATTORENTS AT LAW.
Office In Despain building.
JOHN W. HUFF". ATTOR.NKT-AT-Law.
Room 6. American Nation
a) Bank building.
R I. K BATOR, ATTORNET AT
Law. Room 14. Smith-Crawford
Build Inc.
A. NBWBKRRT. ATTORNWT AT
Law. Smith-Crawford Building.
PETERSON BISHfiP. ATTOR
nevs at law: rooms 2 and 4. Srnlth-
Crawford building.
JAMF.8 B. PERRT. ATTORNEW AT
law. Office ever Taylor Hardware
company.
RALEY RALEY. ATTORENTS AT
law. Office In American National
Bank Building.
& A. LOWELL, ATTORNEY A.N1
counsellor at law. Office' la pe
spaln building.
FVXERAL DIRECTORS.
J. T. BROWN'S FURNITURE STORI
Funeral director and licensed em
balmer. Most modem funeral par
lor. morgue and funeral can. Cal te
res ponded to day or night. Cornel
Mala and Water streets. Tetephona
2.
JOHN 8. BAKER. FUNERAL DI
rector aad licensed em balmer. Op
Posits postoffloe. Funeral parlor
two funeral ears. Calls responded tt
day or night Phone 75.
ACCnoMEHRS.
IKK TO IIS.
DR. S A. ROE. PRACTICE LIMrtV
Ited te the eye. ear, nos and threat.
Charity patients 1st and Ird fij
mornings. 21 Jadd Building
MISCrXLAXBOCJk
LEGAL BLANKS OF BTVERT
enpuoa ror county court.
ooerx. justice court, real estate.
for sate at Cast Oregon laa efflea
DaV
ISIKAX-K A.D L..l HI SI
BBNTLET MONTllOM ER T. RsLata
s1. fire, life and accident laee.
ance agenta 1 1 1 Mala street.
44.
COL. W. F. TOHNKA. AUCTTON-
eer, makes a spdalty of farmers
stock and machinery sales. "The
man that gets yon the money." Leave
orders at East Oregon laa office.
MO TAX A FARM LAX Da,
MISCKLLAITEXH'S.
LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERT DB-
scn prion for county court, circuit
court. Justice court, real estate, etc.
tor sale at Kaet Oregoalaa office.
NORTHERN PACIFIl.' RAITWA1
Inds la eastern Montana at 11.6a
to 211 per acre. Suitable for fmranlaa)
or granng. Easy. Iarma Far laaaa.
nation write or ese W. m. Uei. Mlans
' ii r. asoms
t:OO.M HAND IlKILIHA,
8TROBI.E.
KREDFRICK STEIWER. ATTOR
nee st law. Office in Smith-Craw
fford building.
POCLTHT FOR K.LE,
WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS, batch
ing eggs, premier laying strain of
northwest. Hardy, range raled year,
ling bens, vigorous. Hogantxed cork,
re la Send for catalogue. Events
Egg Farm. The Da'les. Oregon.
HEALER IX Mares
and second hand roods Case,
raid for sll 2nd. hand goods, haa.
e p!a.-e to buy household goods.
K. Court, phone 27 1W.
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I tect. Ieepsir
14 (. Pendtetoa.
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