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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. PENDLETON. OREGOB. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1917.
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INCLUDING MARES AND GELDINGS.
TRA FINE WORK STOCK.
To be isold at private sale and right prices. Broke
nd unbroke,ge 3, to 6 years; weight 1000 to 1800
pounds. ' ''. . ' '
If you are in the market see this fine stock before
On Sale Monday, Mar. 12
) W '1?
621 Ara Street.
J. H. LUCK
Place in Town
Is at the store "what tea"
the "WHITMAN'S" sign.
Nobedy In Anwrie make
eaady Uka -WHITMAN'S.''
Others have trie, are stiB.
frying, bet they eaett ee Ot.
WMrWANV steeds tor
A an at -WHmiAllTr'
OAMDUM ara revelstlnes Oe
tat knew their
TcJlman & Co.
n It ware not for Iba eoaatltatlon
congress would never know when ta
state at Otua, city of TeOnOe,
Fraak J. Cheney aukee oath tbat ka b
Motor partner oc me nrai er r. a. i
a C. doc easlnes to the Cltr ef Toledo,
Ceoaty aad State aforesaid, and tbat aaM
flra will pay the aaa at ONB BUNDHHU
DOIXARS Cor each aad every eaaa of Ca
tan that eaaupt aa cared br the aaa at
HALLS CATAKKH CliKB. Pit It J
. to before ma aad snkaerlbed n
mw araMara. tale Ota day af December, A
U. ISM. A W. OLEASON.
8aal Notary Public
Hmi-a Catarrh Core U takes Internally
aad acta throerh the Blood aa the Moron
arrarea ef the nystesk aaaa far awn
aoalsls, frea .
F. j. CBanin a iwm
Bold by all dragjrUta. Tae.
Halle reaiiy nne ror
DRINK HOT TEA
FOR A BAD COLD
Bet a null package at Hamburg
tin, at Tea or aa the German folks
call ft, "Hamburger Burat Thee." at
any pbarmaoy. Taka a tabiespoonrui
of tha tea, put a cup AT boiling water
upon it, poor through a SJeva ana
drink a tenenp (nl at eeyrime. n
tka moat affect! re war to oraaa a
aM aaa eora grip, aa tt opens tJie
res, rettevtag cangeetion. Aiss
aaaa tha bowels, Ihua tjrenklng a
aaM at onoe.
It hi hieapeaatvs aad setirely vg
Ma. therefore barm lane.
IWHSIA PROTESTS CRCBXTLES
Expetwira Bullets, PoiHOnln of W'rtio
and jea oted.
PETHOORAD, March 10. Tha
RiMuan foreign office haa traoamlt.
tad to Oermany, Austria, Bulgaria
and Turkey a lengthy protest acauut
alleged vlolatlona of uaaea of war.
fare, attaching citationa of Dumerolu
Pacified Jnatancea and aaaartlng tba
righti to retaliate in kind. Kacb. ci
tation. It la atated, waa amply veri
tled. The abuse charged include the aaa
of explosive bulleta. gaa, burning li
quid and polaoned miaaiea; the pois
oning of walla, misuse of parliament
ary (flag of truce) and Red Cross
nags, killing of the wounded, throw
ing ot bombs upon sanitary trains
and the sinking of ttie hospital ahip
Portugal which was sunk la the
Black sea March Id, by a Turk
telRS. E H. TH01.1AS
OF ECHO IS DEAD
PA8HKS AWAY WEDNESDAY AFT
Kit A IXNO JJJljmiS; WAS
70 YKAKS CM.D.
lAdy Maccabees Win State Banner to
Having Made. Largrwt Net Member.
Hlilp Iucreaae of Any Ijodge In Ore
gon During the Year.
(Bast Oregon lan Special.)
RCHO, March 1. H. Y. Black
well. shipped five carloads ot beef cat'
tie to Portland on Friday.
Mrs. Eliza H. Thomas who had re
sided here since 1S98, passed away
lost Wednesday after a long I Ureas.
Her remains were laid to rest in tha
L O. O. P. cemetery on Thursday-
Mrs. Thomas was 70 years old, hav
ing been born In Tennessee In 1S47
She leaves a husband, John Thomas,
and 'five children, to mourn her loss.
John, Fred, Tom and Otis of Reno,
and Mrs. Ida Belle Connelly of Ondln.
The Lady Maccabees of this place
have won a state banner for having
made tha largest net Increase
membership of any lodge In Oregon
during the year. They were organ
ized last April but have been very
active since that time.
Mrs. Rosa Webb has a force
workmen remodeling her house en
the corner of Bridge and Dale streets.
Mrs. J. A- Body who has been at the
Boylen ranch on Butter creek the
past two years, left today for Fort
Ralph Reese and wife . left this
week for Wendell. Idaho, to Join his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. lie.
The Reeses have rented their farm
land east of town and now will farm
at their new home.
A. I Fuglt of North powder vtrited
here the past week with his brother.
Mrs. Rosa Webb was a business via
Itor In Pendleton today.
Mrs. Louis echoll, jr.. left today for
The Dalles on a few days' visit with
bar daughter. Miss FJugene Sertoli,
who Is nursing at The Dalles hospital.
Mrs. Edward IJesegang visited sev
oral days this week in Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stanfleld are
home from a short visit in Portland-
Mrs. C. J. Onlliford and daughters
and Mrs. Bd Hammer motored to
Pendleton on Friday.
There, are many ways of getting a
living. People even have been know a
VJartnf h and Economy
go hand in hand with
those who use our
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Lump or Nut
Dry Wood of All Kinds
B. L. BURROUGHS
ARE YOU UP-TO-DATE
OR DO YOU STILL USE THE OLD FASHIONED
BROOM IN YOUR HOUSE CLEANING?
and use ,
COSTS LESS THAN fec
' AN HOUR
Your Electrical Dealer or
Pacific Power & Ugbt Company
SAVE DAD'S LIFE
GET IT FOR HIM
NAYS IT IS StTKYDK .Y
CORN AND Th-JJM HOW THKY
U1T RIGHT OCT.
You simply say to the drug store
man. "Ol ve me a quarter af an .ounce
or treesone. This will ooet
very little but is sufficient to remove
every hard or soft eora from one's
A few drone applied directly upon
trnder, aching corn abxrald relieve
the soreness Instantly, and soon the
germs that eat into year vitals, aus
out with the fingers wttheot pain.
This new way to rid one's feet of
corns was Introduced by a Cincinnati
man. who says that while treesone is
sticky it dries In a moment and seems
to simply shrivel up the corn without
Inflsmlng or even Irritating the sur
rounding tissue or akin.
Dont leo father die or infection or
lockjaw from whittling at his coma,
but cut this out and make him try It.
nXTSFJ AMOtTTT FOR THE
ItrcljIKF Of HEBREWS
NJ5W YORK. March 10. Tha Oen
tral committee for the relief of Jews
suffering through ths war. announc
ed tonight it had collected and dis
tributed Il.6l7.80t between October
t. 1014, and February 1. 1017. Ths
money came from S004 places, evert
corner of North and Soutti America
NO IECISION YET.
WASHINGTON. kMarch If. The
supreme court failed to announce the
A damson law decision.
By listening to bis critics yon dis
cover that everybody knows how to
run a public office except the man
who holds It.
DRINK HOT WATER
Says you eal)y feel clean, sweet
and fresh inside, and
are seldom ill
IN SIM TRADE
If you ara aoru!t'.!iied to wake ap
with a coaled to.e, foul breath or
a dull, dixay headache; or, if your
meals sour and turn Into gas aad
acids, you have a real surprise await
To morrow morning. Immediately
upon arteiug, drink a glass of hat wa
ter with a teaspoon ful of limestone
phosphate In It. This la intended ta
first neutralise and thee wash eat of
your stomach, liver. . kidneys aad
thirty feet of Intestines all the Indi
gestible waste, poisons, sour bile aad
toxins, thus cleansing, sweetening aad
purtrvtni the entire alimentary eanas
Those subject ta sick eaiWnhea.
backache, btlieua attacks, eonstlpaUon
or any form of etemaeh trouble, are
urged to get a quarter pound af lime
stone phosphate from tha drug store
and Deal a this morning inside bath.
It la said that man and women who
try this beeome enthustastle and keep
K up dally. It la a splendid health
measure for It la mora Important ta
keep clean aad pure on the Inalda
than on the oirande, because tha akin
pores do not absorb Impurities Into
the Mood, causing disease, while tba
bowel paras do-
The principle of bathing Inside la
not new. as millions of people prac
tice it. Jut as hot water and soap
cleanse, purify and freshen tha skin,
ao hot water and a teaaponful of
tlmeatnne phnephate act on the etm
arh. liver, kldneya and boweta Lime
stone phosphate Is an Inexpensive
white powder and almost tastalees.
PORTLAND. March 1. Hogs
broke additional record prices in ths
North Portland yards for the day with
a further decrease In offerings. Sales
of top quality were made at the start
of the week'e trading at 114.20. This
is a sheer advance of .OOc one of the
most sensational ever shown In the
history of the local trade. Later tha
price advanced 10c more.
The extreme record price obtained
for awine during the day waa mainly
the result of the extraordiaary de
mand, together with the great cur
tntlment of offerings.
tlenersl hog range:
Heavy packing 114. $ 14.00
Rest liKht 14. 00014.10
Rough heavy 10.000 10.00
Pitta 10.76 0 11.00
Stockera lt.0040 13.00
Cattle Fins at Start.
Market for cattle was erratic
North Portland during the day with
itnother rather liberal run. although
the showing was fractionally smaller
than the big offerings of last Mon
day. At the start the cattle market
showed strength with fractionally
higher piicea. but It later eased oft
and was quoted merely steady
around previous qdotstlons.
Notable among the aalee In the cat
tie drvteton for the day waa one bull
that weigher tltO pounds that sold
at 0c a pound or a total of 0100.00.
the highest record for the open mar
Oeneral cattle market range:
Prime heavy beef eteera tt.OOtr 0.70
Prime light beef steers.. O.S09 0 00
Choice beef news 7 70 0 0.00
Unst heifers 0.00
Ordinary to good eows .. I.OOw 7.70
Prime heavy butcher bulls 0.700 7.tt
iMht bulls ! Ill
storker-feeder steers.... 0.700 0.0a
Siorker-feeder cows.... 0 04 0 0 0
Whip Rwa Ltwilted.
Only one load of stork was offered
on the open market at North Portland
at the week's opening. A load of
wool was sold at 00.70 while a small
aur-f.tv of shorn wethers went at 010.
1 (Vendition In the sheep and tsmb
.trade are naturally very firm, with
full former prices continued.
( Oeneral mutton and lamb market -,
Ret east of mountain
lambs 110.000 10 S
Tet valley lam he l'SIH
! Wethers . 11.7001 a
TCwea O.eOW 0 ;$
'Goats 4.110 4 00
The Jeffery Sedan Meets
Every Open and Closed Car Need
Few motor car plants
in the world are as well
equipped to build strict
ly "factory-made'' cars
and trucks on a quality
basis as the great fac
tory of the Nash Motors
Company. This plant
cover 100 acres of
(round. It has 32 acres
under roof. It employs
an army of 3,000 skilled
mecbanU. It is equip
ped to tf&ild motor cars
and trucks within its
own wails 03 per cent
in their entirety.
UWtry Sim art priaJ Ml
SOmm, SJ630: Stdmn Ctm
tutrmr tar, asm.?;
ttmrimgrmr, $1095 itvt
faittmitr St4n, fl?6G;
Staan Ctmtimatin, $1320.
IN Winter, when cold winds are blow
ing and you need protection from
snow and rain, no car is more com
fortable than this Jeffery Sedan. It is ;
perfect for 'town use on all occasions,
social or business.
Then when Summer comes and the
open road calls,simply remove the Sedan
top and a standard Jeffery Six touring
car i$ ready for cross-country touring.
Driven by the powerful 53 horsepower
Jeffery Six motor, and enhanced by the
pleasing streamlines of the hammock
slung body, the combination is rare value
Standard touring top and windshield
C. H. TORRENCE
A complete service station maintained in our own
rarag-e at 726 Cottonwood Street, Pendleton.
NEWS AND PERSONAL
NOTES OF PILOT ROCK
PILOT ROCK. March It. The
parent-Oeachers association will hold
its regular monthly meeting Friday
evening at the school house. Judge
Phelps of Pendleton is expected to be
present to give an address at this
(ra. Charles Nelson was In Pilot
Rock Thursday afternoon.
Prank Chapman of Butter creek,
a a business visitor In Pi:ot Rock
Alex MeKenxte and wife of TJkluh
were Pilot Rock visitors Thursday.
Winnie Smith returned Wednesday
from a trip to California. M'ss Smith
reports having a splendid time.
Mrs. Bill Ki dwell, who haa been
very 111, with measles and asthma, is
reported to be very much lm pro red.
U R. Lester and wife returned
Wednesday morning from a month's
vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lester visited
in Spokane, Tacoms, Seattle and Port
land while away.
The Ladies' Adult Bible Class held
a very interesting business meeting
Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs,
G. M. Johnston.
Mrs. a w. Trednp of Chicago, ta
the houseguest of Mrs. O. M. Johnston.
SWITCT3tLA?rr PLANS TO
PARIS. March 0. The Swue lega
tion haa informed reservists on leaie
and subject! to mobilisation that the
government baa decided to complete
the partial mobilisation of January S I
by calling out other units, including
the Infantry battalions of the third
and sixth divisions, the artillery, and
two battalions of the landwehr.
t HEAD STUFFED FR0I1
CATARRH OH A COLD
Opens Air Passages Bight L p.
Though the banister of life Is full
of sprinters man slides down it with
Instant relief no waitings Your
clogged nostrils open right op; the
air paaeaa;e of your head clear and)
you can breathe freely. No
hawking, snuffling. blowinsL
ache, dryness. No stragghng toe
breath at night; your cold or catarrh
Get a small bottle of My's Cream
Balm from your drugwiat now. Appry
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
heeling cream n your nostrik ft
Penetrates through every air insssaa
of the head, soothes the Inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane aad relief
It s just tine, rjon't "fay stuffed as.
with a cold or nasty catarrh.
CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR Y
. W. BATLBY, ATrOBMCT AT
Law. Rooms 7. 0. 0. Despaln Bldg.
SfOROI W. COOTTSi ATTORNbTT
at law. Room if, Schmidt eloek.
OARTER SMYTHaX ATTORNEYS
at saw. Offles In rear of American
National Bank building.
PMIO A TO. ATTOrtWrTS AT LAW.
Otflao ta Dssiiahl boUdtnc
a A. LOWKLU ATTORNEY AN1
Counsellor at law. Office ta De
JOHN W. HUFF. ATTORNJCY-AT.
Law. Room t. AsserOeaa Nation
al Bank bttDaSsg.
I KRATOR. ATTORNsTY AT
Law. Room 14. tra -Crawford
& A NaTwarnautT. ATTOWNWY AT
Lavs. ranwh-Oawfutd MValag.
PETKR0ON A BISHOP. ATTO to
ners at kaw: reams aad 4. Smith.
Crawford Valid tee.
JAMES R PtSRRY. ATTORN WW AT
law. Office eva
RALBY RALtrr. ATTORKNYS AT
law. Office In American National
FREDERICK STRIWBR. ATTOR
aay at law. Office in Smith -Craw
J. T. BROWN'S FVRNTTURS STORS
Fnneral director and 11 sensed saa
balm sr. Moot modern funeral par
lor, morgue end funeral earn. Ca-h
raspondsd to day or night Comal
htala aad Water streets, Talei
JOHN S. BAKBR, F7JNKRAL Ol
rector aad Bra need embalmer. Op
postte poatotnoe. Fnneral parlor
tw funeral ears. Calls respeaded h
aay sr alghC Phewe 70.
RAYMOND W. HATCH. AROfXl
tact. tle In rrattdlaa. Phea
TOt. Pandleten. Oregon.
COU W. F YJOHNKA. AUCTION
ear. makes a spctaity of hrman
achmory sail a
yea the money." L
LKOAL BLANKS OP IYIRT
eerl prion for conatv eanrt-
coort lust Ice MDrf m.1
for sale at Kast Oregoniaa sfOee.
or. a. rob, practicr Lmr.
Itad ta th. em . . ... - -
Charity nattsnja 1st and Ord sauarwas
merantga. II judd Building.
MONTANA FARM LA.Vne.
NORTHKRN PACIFIC RAIYWAY '
Lands im MeMM w . . .
w i . poa- arm euwaaie res raraati
tNSrRANCTB AND LAD BfCTrl
WANTED OLD FALSK TEKTII.
Don't matter If broken, r Oi.oe
to 10 00 per set. Mall to L, Maaer.
! 7 a Fifth Sueet Pbiladelrh'a Pa
Will send cash by rat urn nuuL
BaTNTLXY A MONTOOMKRY. RhVala
estate, fire, lire aad and deal Is aim
aaee seeeta. 010 Mala street. Phewe
SBTOVD HtVI DCtLKRA
Y. 8TROBLE. PEAIRR IN M r
and mm mnit hand mmuIm .
said for all 2nd bead goods, Ceeavs
eat placs to hsy household geeaa, fie
nv ivwi. raoae mw, .
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