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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON; OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1917.
THE GERMAN ATTACK NORTH OF VERDUN
A new thing
for a cigarette to do
Kff ilfever-foiliiJi ' , AZANNE5
When You Clean Your
House Pon't Forget
Te Eastern Hide & JunRTCo.
131 W. Railroad St., Pendleton. .
Km. Phone 72S-J.
Biu. Phone Set
M. GORFKLE, Prop. ,
Mr. Farmer We pay $7
a ton for mixed iron.
All kind of bottles, old cant
and wrought Iron, hi !. pelts
and furs of all kinds, aim rasa.
We pay the highest price for
aecond hand furniture.
Copper aire, light copper ISO
tight Copper IHo
v Tellow Briuta ISO
Lifhj Bran 100 ('
Aluminum ............ . .SSd
On Foil MHo
Green Hide. .' 18 4o
pry Hide .J7o
. Rubber Tires ' 0
fnwr Totes 10Ho
! YOUR CHILD
IS CROSS, FEVERISH,
IP TONUfK IS OOATKD, BKEATll
)!, STO.M.1CH BUUR, CUiAS
IJVKR AND l)aj4.
"Give "California Syrup of Fi"- at
onoa a taaapoonful today often aavea
a aleh- child tomorrow.
If your little on ia oue of aorta,
half-ale. Isn't reatin. eating and aot-Ing-
aatarally look. Mother! aa it
tongue ia coated. Thle ia a aura alga
that Ita little atomach, liver and bow.
rla ara clogged with waete. Whan
crosa. irritable, reverlah, atomach aotir
breath tad or haa atomach-ache.
diarrhoea, aore throat, full of cold,
give a teaapoonful of "California
Ryrup of Flga," and in a few houra all
the onnatlpated polaon. undlgeated
food and boot bile gently move, out
of Ita llttlo howela wlahout griping,
and you have a well, playful child
Mnthera can reat eaay after giving
thta harm 1am "fruit Inxatlva." be
nm II never faila to clean, the little
ene'a liver and bowel, and aweeten
the atomach and they dearly love ita
pleaaant tut a. Full direction, for
hanlea children of all aaea and for
grown-up. printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit flu ayrupa.
A.k yonr rfruairlat for a 60-cent bot
tle of "California ftyrup of Flga:"
haa aaa that It la made by the "Call,
fornla Fig Syrup company."
' rtoaeeit la to tha character what
fwlnt ta to beauty; t ia not only need
teaa, tat It Impalra what it ia awn.
poaed to Improve.
Tea may keep
tkl. aew Rdl.'
with the die.
aea year ehotr
f IS rerera. fr
t00. Pay .
little dnwa and
a little earh
ajontb or week. Knterteln your frleada
with yonr favorite rerorde.
WHITH TOIAT KOR OIIB NKW BDI
ON HOOK No ohllr.ttniM.
WAKREK S Ml BIO HOUSE
Notice of parweat of city of reateHe.
The best insurance for the
Its not what you hatch
Its what you raise
Laying Tonics, Lice Killers, Etc.
Baled Hay, Oats, Rolled Barley
j CHOP MILL
ll .Alta and Cottonwood Phone 1M
V II y V if I SS UDUVEMONT wood Vv.w ''V
J MU C fTT : 'f7 pJllay w MBEzoNVApx
jEarlyVegetatlesanJ t ' 4 o vltPPt
V Flowers tJ-ULuir HDbrasI ooouMON-r 0,J)' .
C .houlJ...tartedow. Plant J CH? lJM tJ.aomon P -T
J - All .r, MW.J t t,rVT""cHEf
r Lituifomia Oeeds T o ia mTwulainvilleOv
.J Dost tak ascd. tst an C ' Vi3. t 5 0k
Ste-trjr. I V ..;.tfCHAT,tL0
II JS C. C. MUKSB BU. L ir . PU Rbft"fc'V JL '
: TTS "
, BAD CHECK PASSER '
TO CONFESS CRIME
Youth Reatorea Clothes ' and
Part of Money Obtained.
Wants to Make Good.
iSENVKIt. Murch II). O. K. Doloff.
19, la a priaoner in the city jail be-
caune hla 'conecfence wouldn't let him
rest" after he had paeeed a worthleee
check for 114.75 on the proprietor of
a aeennd-hand clothing .tore at 41
Doloff paused the check yeeterday.
obtaining a ault of clothe, valued at
17 and 17.76 in cash. Thia morning
before hla vIcHm discovered the
check waa worthless, Doloff wa. back
at the .tore with the ault of clothe,
and U of the money.
"I euent the rest of the money." he
anld. "but Ml make It good If you'll
give me a chance. I was hungry yes
terday and deapVoate for money, but
my conscience wouldn t let me reet
after I passed the check."
The cMhier ' called Patrolman
Kratke. who sent Doloff to jail. He
will be hold pending a conference be
tween the clothier and .Mrs. France
ft. O.horne. proprietor of the Hotel
Belvolr. 717 East Sixteenth avenue,
whose name he forged to the check.
Hefseem. .to be a pretty decent
pert of a fellow and I think wa may
he able to fla thlnaa up for him.
said Deputy Chief of Police Klnker
Doloff says he came to Denver sev
eral months ago. but decline, to lell
anything concerning his family. In
ability to get steady employment
plunged him into poverty, he aeserts.
Many a man haa become rich the
way a pumpkin acquire, girth by
Because the prevailing Inrtlnct Is
strong in death, some American con
gressional leaders would play politics
tn tha face of an avalanche or an
NOT nOTIIKItrm ANY MOKE.
f4n.r-ulli1 rheumatic Itntna. ache, of
nlnn. luma hnek. sore mUKCleS or
.tiff Joints are tha reault of over
worked, weak or dlrdered kMineve.
K. L. Turner, Homer, Ky . writes:
"After being treated by doctor two
years. I decided 1 would try Foley
L'Mn.v 11! la tflnret tnklne them 1
have not been bothered any more."
Foley Kidney Pllla etrewnnen weaa-
kit..vi mnii hatln thuitl rid ftl
blood of acids and poison.. Why suf
fer from kiney or meaner irouoie
when relief costs so little effort and
Attacking on a front of two milea.
the Oermana have aucceeded In win
ning a foothold (1) north of Caur
iera Wood, part of whlcn haa aince
AT WESTON MEETS
MltS. A- W. BARSBb 18 HOOTESS
AT 1XTK1U0OT1'1 MF:F3nNG;
rrNMlAl OP MKS. -,
SurHr rart7 I" Given Mr. and Mr.
Mm Barnes; farmer Anxious to
R'nnsSlHn4r work Bui Weatlier is
SOU Too Cold; Other News Notes.
( Kat Orcffonlan Special.)
WKSTON. March IJ. The Satur
day Afternoon Club met with Mrs
W. A. Karnes on last Saturday after
noun. The roll was called with 2 1
members present, each answering
with the tiHine ofjwm Oregon flow
cr. A paper, "The New Immigration,"
wu read by Mrs. F. D. Watts, follow,
ed by a dincutwlon led by Mrs. C. K
Smith on "New Industries of On'ffon.'
; After which there m-as a a-eneral dis
cuawion .on local topics. Dainty re
frefihrnents were served.
The funeral of Mrs. Huelet March,
who died in Pendleton Sunday morn
lna. March 11, was held here Monday
afternoon- Interment was In Weston
cemetery. Mrs. March was only 21
years of axe. She leaves a husband,
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Taylor, and two sisters. Mrs.
A lex ,M cCorkle and Mm. Selmet
Thompson, all of Weston, besides a
host of friends. Rev. John Bone
wit conducted the 'services.
Mr. and Mrs. elm Barnes were jrlv
en a renulne surprise on Monday
even inc. March IS, by a host of
friends. It belnff their thirty-fifth wed
ding anniversary. The company
brought refreshments and presented
them with a n.Tndsome rocking chair,
which was highly appreciated.
Mrs. Mnnraret Roht. who upc-nt
the past two months In Wnlla Walla,
has returned to Weston to remain
during the sprinir month to conduct
a mllllnerv store for Mrs. Moore of
Miss ttena Bannister, who has been
very 111 during the past week. Is re
ported decidedly better at present.
Miss Odessa Kirkpatrlck and Mr
Otndy fmith spent SMndny In Walla
.Walla ns the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. 81m J. Cnllev. win
have fceen vlaltlna; relatives In Walla
One Dose of Marra Wonderful Rem
edy Iw-lres Tt--rm Out
Stomach poisons breed .millions of
germs thst eat Into your Itavls. caus
ing Gas Pressure. Indigestion. Consti
pation. Torpid Liver, Auto.Intozlca
tion, Tellnw Jaundice. Gall Scones.
Appendicitis, kncer and Ulcers of the
stomach and Intestines, etc. etc
Thousand, of sufferers have been re- i
stored -by Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. !
among them Justice of the Supreme '
Court, r-ongreasmen. Doctors, Us I
vers. Bankers. Ministers. Nurses. Far.
mere. Mechanics persona of every
class probably your own neighbors
Stomach troubles are due mostly te
catarrhal poison. Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy removes that poison, tbor.
ottghly rlean.es the ayetem. drives out
the disease breeding germs, allays In
flammation and ends suffering ln
llke ar-v other remedy. No alcohol
no-hing to Inltire von. One doe con
vince. FttKK book "n Onmach Ali
ments Vrrle ceo H. Mayr. M'
cheiiit-! -'hlraeo. or nMa'-n a bottle
of Mnvr'. Wonderful Ttemedv froni
lvml'eton lT'ir Co. or anv rellnHle
'!r'.-r-et a ho wtll return your money
if it f.iil.
been recovered by the French. The
German effort, to advance (2) be
tween the wood and Bezonvaux, the
French war office reporta, were com
Walla during the past few days, have
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blomgren
were the guesU of Mr. and Mrs Rich
ard Thompson of Athena Sunday.
Mra. James Stan field went to Pen
dleton Saturday in the interest of tha
Weston public library.
Ernest Blomgren spent Sunday in
Athena as tha guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I- O'Harra motored
to walla Walla during; the week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown, who
went to Pendleton a week ago to seek
medical advice, returned home Mon
day, glad that an operation was not
Sylvan Rennar, who haa been
spending the past two months in Cal
ifornia, returned home Saturday.
Miaa Dorrls Barnes, who has been
visiting relative. In Athena during the
past few daya. has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. William McKenzie and
children of Walla-Walla, spent the
week-end In Weston as the guest, of
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Smith.
Jacob Miller haa moved hia family
to town and now occupies Mrs. Henry
Plnkertons residence on Water street.
. Mr. and Mra Joe Blomgren are
moving out on their ranch two miles
south of town. They will Improve
their farm home by building an addi
tion, porches, remodelling the Inter
ior, painting and papering. Also put
Una In a cement foundation.
Mr. and Mra. curran McFadden of
Anlvna, spent a portion of the week
in Weston visiting relatives.
A large number of Weston people
attended the Spoilers'" moving pic
ture .how which waa given in Athena
Sunday afternoon and night.
Farmers are all anxious to get to
work, buti the ground still freezes at
nighta and snow la to be seen on the
foothills so no farm work can be
The band concert -riven Saturday
night proved to be a success, finan
cially and otherwise.
Miss Quelle KVgswell. teacher In the
high school, who haa been absen.
about a week on account of illness, i.
now able to resume her dutlea.
Mrs. Frank Greer and Mrs. W. A.
Itarne. visited relatives near Helix
during the week.
Mra. Cliff Oulley. who has been vis
iting relative. In Walla Walla, has
J. T. Brown of Pendleton, was In
the city Monday transacting business.
Uttle Miss Blanche Thomson I.
wry III with hip disease. Dr. C. H.
Smlrh la in attendance.
Henry Schroeder. local carpenter
who haa been spending the winter in
the east visiting relatives, haa re
turned to hia home in Weaton.
IJII.ltKItT PARK Kit SrFVRItH
A NEKVOVB BRKAKBOWJf
SA.V FRANCISCO, March Ii. Oil-r-ert
Parker, the British novelist, start
ed for Caatle Rock Rot Springs. Art
anna, aa the result of a nervous break
down from bandlina British relief
work. He has been under great men. !
tal strain since tha war' outbreak..'
WOMAN LOSES LIFE
IN FIRE STARTED AT
BIER OF NEIGHBOR
NKW YOKK. March Id. Trapped
by fire in the five story tenement at
No. ft Amsterdam avenue, Mrs. Mary
Mullarkry. CO years old. waa burned
to death. and her son. William Mul
larkry. 11. la In Roosevelt hospital
today In a critical condition. He was
severely burned while trying to rescue
The blase started early last night
in the third floor apartment of Mrs.
Anna IJvingatone. whoso body waa
being prepared for burial. An under
tsk.'r's helper overturned an oil stove
and a mourner threw If. biasing, into
the hall. The alarm was given by 10
year.old J.vwph. Pace, who ftret en.
deavnred to put out the fire and then
ran to the nearest box.
Pniti-eman christian carr ed Mrs
Lillian Jackson alonr a window led,
to sn iflio nina building. Firemen
l.roitsht a numtier of wrnnen and chil
dren .town ladders and several volun
teer. helne-1 to conduct panlc-strck-n
children to safety. Mra MullarkeV.
body was found at the top of the sec-
Amctin tW ei 100 efcertarfieM.
wl, s.pi. racist of SOc if
7 our daeier uatwl eupplr res.
JUsta: Li-iiD Mrera Tsosees
A.212FUA. New VerkCitr
LED SENATE IN KILLING
These are the two leaders of the
Senate filibuster In . which twelve
senator, took part and n'hlch killed
ond floor stairway. Three firemen
were overcome by smoke.
ALLOW OXLY "DCTCH-' TREATS.
No Billiards, cards or Pool to "Stick--the
HELENA, Mont., March 10. Under
the provisions of two acta passed by
the fifteenth assembly It la unlawful
for two or more persons to shake
d'ee or to play an ordinary game of
cards to determine who shall buy the
drinks or cigars, or at a game of bil
liards for the loner to pay the regular
price charged for the use of the ta
ble for the game. This ta the con
struction placed upon the statutee to
day y Attorney General S. m. Ford
and thia will be the effect of It if en.
Put the pool and billiard halla In
the state out of business.
Put a stop to social game, of cards
In every social club and cigar store In
Make any woman liable to prosecu-
Tired achinf fet (el re
freshed after an application
of Sloan's Liniment, da not
rah, it penetrates and soothes.
.: Cleaner than muss? platters or
ointments, does not stain the skin.
Have a bottle handy for rheu
matic pains, neuralgia, tout, lumbago,-
sprains, strains, toothache,
bruises and muscle soreness.
Al all druaU. 25c. 50c. aad $1.00.
if ,'"V'f.v;:yi i """- I
I - -' 4 , ' A 7
In addition to pleasing the taste.
Chesterfields just "touch the spot,"
they let you know you are smoking
they "SA TISFY"!
And yet, they're mild!
If you want more than good taste in
a cigarette, try Chesterfields.
of IMPORTED and DOMESTIC iolaccosBlendcX
OF ARMED SHIP BILL
the administration armed ship bill.
They are Senators William Stone, 'of
Missouri, and- Robert M. La Follette.
Hon who awards prizes at card par
ties. DULL SPLITTING,-
Dr. James' Headache Powders re
lieve at once 10 cents a
Tou taks a - Dr. James Headacbe
Powder and in just a few momenta
our head clear and all neuralgia and
distress vanishes. It's the quickest
and surest relief for headache, whether
dull, throbbina;, splitting or nerve
racking. Send aomeoae te tbe drug
store and get a dime package now.
Quit suffering' it' so needle. Be
you get Dr. Jamea' Headache
Powder. then there will be no daap-pointmeat.
Listen! Our Prices
Set of 6 White Cups and Saucers 75c 1
Set of 6 White Dinner PUtea ... 7Sc
Set of 6 White Pie PUtea ' 40c 5
Set of 6 White Sauce Dishes . 40c I
Set of 6 White Oatmeal Dishes 65c 5
Set of 6 White Soup Plates 75c
Set of 6 White and Gold Cups and Saucer $1.25
Vegetable Dishes.... 15c, 20c, 25c
PUtters is. 20c. 25c
a i a. mm i i a w -m
if he asks you
to try a can of
He wants to do
you a favors
brands to rec
Corner Main and
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