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THURSDAY, APRIL 4 9, 1M7. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. TEN PAGES for $975 f.o.b. Pendleton Stripped Chassis Now on Display Call and See Why It is Made BETTER? SEE THESE 11 SAXON BESTS. C ffVnfil bIX cylinder high speed Continental motor Saxon multiple-disc dry plate clutch Heavy, rigid frame Timken roller bearings .. Timken front and rear axles Timken helical bevel drive rear ' Vanadium steel cantilever spring front and rear. New Stromberg carburetor Retny ignition Wagner two unit starting and lighting system. Another carload of the new models just unloaded for immediate delivery. GET YOUR ORDER IN NOW. THE SAXON SIX WILL RAISE $75.00 ON MAY 1ST. CITY AUTO COMPANY 726 Cottonwood St. W. C NAY - " Telephone 46 iQU MUSBCRV TitAPFKI. IjOfiBOS. April 1. Chatsworth ft H hour no hhtk room, has at least M aamber with a peculiarity which PURE BLOOD. Twroty-ffmr hoars after yon start to Hfc Fierce 'a Golden Medical Dit--cn irj, imooDont matter and blood fawstarit4es rjin to leare your bodj "Afcroogt. the t-Un.inat. .- organs. ' it brags new activity t the liver. nd bor-ls in a twiort time, aatitTut a!lown(4f, indigestion blipa(oii to diFApfiear. It enters tfte tiny frl of 9km irt, brii.ginj; with it fresh vita- liael fetom.; mid abiding faith in its mnm4nriA cU?nir power has come tm Ifccmmnd, wlten pitnjil, boils, car- rwi, ewnja, acne and otner trooblirtf dneJ n and di&ap- ono trapped the great Lord Kaiis bury. He was staymff tn'the house and. when the rest .r the znen went out shooting:, betook himself to 'the library. presently ne stumbled -by chance on the wn- up to the gallery which runs round it and went up. Hut whfn he wanted to descend he could not find the door, veiled by sham boolvs, le tding down again. So there he was marooned, and the duke coming- in search of him on his re- tura. could not give him any assist ance so the great man had to wait un til expert assistance could be procur ed. the ALASKA RAILROAD OPENS FARM REGION -'fcwd,bJMd means good health; goo4 Wparirti means fetn-iif nu and women. Ml vigor and ambition, with minds awrk mkj tmiftclee erer willing. Any nwsTpiua tmW will snpply voo with fs. fSeece's ..Id-., Medical fificov-ry -a eitlmr liqttkt or tablet form. Ke fnlxc it is not a nAtent medicine for Ms Mfrediefkte are printed on liie wrapper- 4t' a pr glyceric extract of - rswsa, saade w ttlwiut alcohol. He fr. Fierce, Invalids' Hotel. 9nkmAm, Ti. T . , for free booklet on blood. fir 4rtple ns invited to contrast 0r. lierce, t-y Irter, free. Room for Homesteaders Good Land Adjacent to Great Railway. OREGON PEOPLE. AMcia, lngon. My Mood was 'YkmI frr a 1 t tUrne ami I was an rn, liad H-vce hnniache, was ud tirt-d al tire time. Alter trying dihereit nnit!Ki vit.mnt get tig any betUr, I r.ecidl to try lr. rWrjf'i remedies. I to.k tlie ioldtn Medical iiC' ery and the 'Favorite FrrecnptiuB arcnlntg to directions nxfd wns ret tre-1 to erfet healt h . 1 can cmiw ienMuIy recommend thnm.m MftX. i O. .Mb r.Nt.KK, 17( jHiane .Stmt. WASHINGTON, D. C., April IS. Nearly 7,000 men are working on th new government railroad wh Ich is taring built by the Alaskan Rwrineer li g Commission, under the direction of Secretary oC the Interior Lane in Alaska this year, on thousand more than were employed last season. A number of those whose applications were received too late have gone north anyway, many of them Intend ing to apply for homesteads. The new railroad passes througo nn extensive agricultural country. and between 600 and 1.000 homestead ers are now developing that region I si it was never poesiblc to develop V nerore tne commie i nr i mn There Is still room f r a mm. Ut of hoiiH-iteaders n:tr the railroad and the cm-eminent encursies farm ers Ircm the stiites who wtah to mak Alaska their homa rtecently the At askan KnmiiM-rinK Commission con tracted with the Matatiimka frmera tor I' tnn of iMitate. or over 15. ftrtfl bushels. Many of the homeieadrs now lo cated' in varioiut p:trta of the territory are former mlnem and prosiectnr who ca.me primarily for mining hti w v re 31 imp reaiwd with the fa rm in k and trck-raling pstilitfe thHt they c na&d thotr purnuit of the ehive The Best Place in Town to Get CANDY la at th. at or "what haa b. W1I11MAN'8" aica. Koboy ia Am.rlna makaa cudf Ilk. -U lin .MAX H." Oth.ra hT tried, ara mill trvtnc. but tnr caa't do It. WHITMtvr ataada for tlta aaat. a boa or "wnrni.ix-r OA KIM hti ar rv.latloBa to aootHa vho aua't know tbalr Tollman & Co. I VSHAKEX Tr3KTIMOXY. pay-atreak syid chose to follow mora dependable plow Instead. Manager Christensen of the Land and Industrial Department states in his report on the farm lands of the railroad country: "Since the advent of the railroad there has been an influx of several thousand people and there is now a demand for more products than the farmer can supply. . . Matanuska is located in the heart of the Matanuska Valley, and will be a distributing point for the farmers. Nenrly all of these farmers devote their time exclusively to agriculture because they have al ways been assured of a market and of high prices for their products.' ANNUAL TRACK MEET EAST END APRIL 27 VINCKNT, KHirrVALE. FMt.N DAI.K, IM'DSON BAY. TITM-A. WM ANI PI.KA8ANT VIKW SCHOOLiS PAiiTItXPATU. DdcMratra Elected to Grand IiOdfce I. O. o. F. at Kufeene; Teacheni for Year chosen; other News Notes of Much lntwt. ( KuRt Oreconlun Special.) I'MAriNK, April 19. The annual track meet of the Vincent. Fruitvale Femdale. Hudson Bay and Tum-a-Um. Pleasant View achools take.4 place this yea on Friday. April eT, 117. Ail the achopls participating are in preparation and the honors, will be strongly contested for. For two yeitrs. Vincent scnool haa carried off the pennant, although the points were close. The content will takke place on the Tum-&-X.uin school ground this year. Prof. Gibson and ramlly move very shortly to the home Just vacated by Mr. and Mra. Charlie Wellman. Mr. Qlbaon has rented .the twenty acre alfalfa tract and will farm It this summer. lllch Brfcoot Give Play. This Saturday evening the high school pupils present their annual pluy, "The Trial of Heart." It la ex pected a large crowcr will be present. The young people are busy getting ready for commencement which will be the first week la May. Rev. J. E. Snyder of Pendleton, will preach the baccalaureate sermon this year. Jack McKay and H. Bowman re turned Saturday from a two week wood-cutting trip In the mountains. When they reached the valley their hark was half filled with snow and they atate they never saw such a snow fall in their experience as fell last week in the mountains. O. V Carpenter reaves this weekk for the Palouse country this week where he will look for a location. IM-legateM to Suwe Grange. On May 7 the state grange of Ore gon meets at Astoria, Oregon, an-! Mrs. J. E. Jones has been appointed relegate from Hudson iiay Grant?: with Mrs. W. W. l'hiltppl as alter nate. Mrs. ft H wellman will alfo ! i!tttml a t. ranntv doniltv of Umatilla. Mr. Wellman and Mr. Jones will al accompany the ladies and attend the seMtiona. . Sunday Mr. and iirs. W. W. Phi!- ! Ippi were hosts at a dinner, given j complimenting Mr. and Mrs Charlie Wellman who left this week for , Chwelah, Vah. -Those present were following teachers were contracted for the next year's term: El Gibson, principal; Francis Heebe and Kltza beth Severance, high school teachers; Inea Wagner, seventh and eighth gradea; MIhs Fleet toot of Monmouth, Oregon, fifth and a:xth grades; MIsm Florence phllippl, third and fourth grades, and Miss Flora Noyea, pri mary grades. Frank Rice loa a valuable cow this week from bloating on alfalfa pasture. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zentner of Wal la Walla, were weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sean. Roy. Phllippl of Kany, Oregon, was visiting relatives here this week. Jim Johnson of Hudson Ray, was called to Portland Friday ntxht by the sudden death or hla brother iu that city. ' During the meeting or the Pendle ton Presbytery at Umaplne durimi the past week, liev. and Mrs. H. A. Noyes were guests or Mr.' and Mrs. Kyle McDaniel. Their many friendi were delighted to tes them .' .again. Mr. and Mrs. Noyes are now living at Heppner. Oregon. Mra. H. Marshall of Pendleton Ir visiting her son, Jim Marshall at his home east of Cmapine, Nolln,J.oad or Hogs. Dana launders took a load of aix teen hoga to Walla Walla on Tuesday. The hoga averaged aoout 3-25 pounds each. Mrs. Charlie Wellman and daugh ter Kathertne left Monday for their new home at Chewelah, Wash., near Spokane. On their way they will vis It relatives at Pomeroy. and Starbuck, Wash. Mr. Wellman left Tuesday with the car or house furnishings. Their many friends regret their de parture from this valley and wish them surseaa in their new home. Is GrcatsstStccK cf Pianos; PfeosnpSs, Ks aed'Hsl Instruments io ail Eastern Oregon Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or leas, and la often the cause of Insomnia. Knt a light supper with little If any meat, and no milk; also take one of Chamberlain' Tablets Immediately after aupper, ana see if you do not rest much better. Obtainable everywhere. Adv. (K1.AMATH COVPI.K MU-JKO OF MVltlKK S. OKCISKKS SEARCH VOIR SUBMAKJSfK RASE KUilATll FALLS, tire., April 17. ' The Jury acquitted Henry Hobbs and Beatrice, his wife, of the murder of Edwin C Way, Algoma Lumber Company logging foreman, lant Octo ber, by returning a verdict of "not guilty" this afternoon nt 4:15 o'clock. The verdict was signed by t'hurle.4 Mack, foreman. The defense submitted its case to the Jury yesterday at 4 o'clock with out nrgument. and the Jury dellber- Jlr. and Mrs. Judge Kelly of Prescott. aea unui iz o.iook m nigni wnen Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan or Wall i Walla. Mrs. Guy Young, Myrtle ation this morning at g o'clock. Thu evidence adduced in this trial In was eliminated. The defense contended that Way I hnri TtsTMlMtMntlv tnrtfA hi. nrt.nlliinu on Mrs. Hobbs, both at her own home SAM FRANCISCO. April 17. It is reported that a hunt for German sub marines and submarine bases on the coast of Lower California la. being made. United 8tates cruisers nave beep cruising these waters for tw-' weeks. The navy department la try Vagi to put to rest the rumors that there ut a German submarine - base and coaling station along the Pacific coast or North America. Hne:4Ve. Florence PhiliODL Itnv Phil- I imf if L'Hriv ore February excepting that some of the ' James Kirk l improving hla place ! testimony admitted at the first trial this week by having his porch ex- j lenoeti arouna tne ironi oi me noure and the front door transferred from the east to the north side. At the regular meeting of the Odd and elxewhere, and complaint had Fellows lodge at L'mapine Wedne:- been made to the distrii-'t attorney day evening Dun J Kirk and Jame. few days before the tragedy. Caldwell were ejected delegates to l Way was shot at the Hobos home the grand lodge I. O. O. ' F. whleh after he had -been ordered out by Mr. convenes at Kugene. - Oregon, tni-i j Hobbs, year. Mr. Kirk waa also appointed district deputy of the local lodge, i MIfs Rddie tench of Portland and Willie Kraei g. a grandson or Mr. and Mra W. P. Leach of Oregon City, v.ho have been visiting here ror IW'i weeks returned to their homes In th'. Willamette valley un Saturday. Tftu-heTK Are Kiertrd. Ithiu-j: KUJ-; Yornr WALKING WITH GIRI, El'G-KNB. Ore.. April 17. Hidnev Leroy Xtarnrs, aged Is. while gather ing wild flowers In company with f girl companion at Plngree, near Low ell. Lane county, was Instantly killed At the regular monthly meeting of ! by a falling snag from a dead tree. the school .director Thursday the yesterday. , i Time is the test of truth Anil !roan's Klilney Pills have stood the ! test In Pen'Heton. No Pendleton res ', fdent who suffers backache, or an I noylng urinary Ilia can remain uncon Ivlnctd by thts twice-told testimony. ! William M.icGregoT. -blarksmith ;;il I.illeth r.. Pendleton, says: "Kid ' ney compluiiit came on me suddenly ' aotl f ciuldn't bend my bark 'to get tinier a horse. The kidney! I sevretations m ere fi!leJ with sediment j and pslnfol in paseajce I had no. erennh at ill and my back was lamej nd sore all over. After a hort usei jof Iioen's KtJney P1IU. all these j trouble d'.rappearea and I could work; jell dsv without stopping. My healtl-j j is nc. ll-nt now and my bark is good ' and strong" Hiatenent given M vemlter li. lilt ) a j On M.y 15. 11. Mr. MscOregor; .said: "Wht I have ald in mr for mer statement regarding my expert-1 enre with Ian's Kidney Pills still t i hoi Js iwl. I am strong for this oli ' j rehab!, kidney medicine." I ' r-yf -N- ! 'A - m :: ; remeiii&er we' cany a compete Hi of EDISON, VICTOR and COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES and RECORDS. ; IWioes range from $15 to $250. ; .. Our regular every day price to you is $1.00 dawn and bine to si pitiiaser We carry such celebrated high grade makes as follows: Baldwin FUchaT EmenTMfj Buah St Luw Hobert M. CbU Ha.Uet & Davri. Howard Conway Werner Clajreodon ' Modollo Many Others . $10.00 DOWN AND TERMS TO SUIT Our years of experience in the music business enables us to help you in selecting- the best musical instrument in both what you get and what you pay for it. Our being rn established institution is your guarantee of receiving entire satisfaction in the transaction. Always pleased to show -you. Come in and hear them. Warren's He House 814 Main Street Telephone 524 The young man was employed at the Qlbaon sawmill. Humes and Miss Neva Grace Gib son, aged 17. a daughter of the own er of the mill, had gone but a short distance into the woods when the top or the tree came crashing down. The trunk or the tree. 14 inches thick, truck Ilarnea squarely on the head. . Miss Gibson ran to the mill for as sistance and Iw. R. II. Mortensen of Springfield, was summoned. On making an examination of the body he said death had been Instantaneous. Barnes' skull was crushed and bone in his body were fractured. Coroner Mayon Veatch went to Lowell today to bring the body to Kugene. AMKIUCAN8 FlOim.VG WITH CANADIAN lufc OTTAWA, April 14. (tlx more Am. erica ns fighting with the Canadians died. Two. J. Huston of HUlyard. and F. R. Olson of Tacoma, were from the Pacific northwest. OX MAX 18 AllltRKTRII. 8A.v nuvrmt), Apm is. a warrant for the arreat of F. V. Ox man, a prominent eastern - Oregon storkmu, and star witness for the goverament la the Thomas Moose y case, was IsNaed today. Moo tier's at. torneya allege Oxnutn attrnplre) to Influence other wltntisaa. Catarrhal Deafaeea Caaaso Ba Cared, ay kxwj appHestleas. as tbey esaaet nana the Uima.il sorties of the ear. - There Is ealy ea way te rare estarrasl d fates, sad tbsc Is ay a i- eeaedttMial . naeeay. Cstsrrsal DeafaeM Is raoecd by sa uv flsated eeedUlua of lbs measos llatog ef tee Kusucalaa Tsbc Waea this teas la larlsBked yea save s romettag soead er ha parleet aesrlag. sad waaa It is sattrety ekisea. iMstneai Is ta nmlt Oak" tae larlaauastkia ess be redaced sad tkls foea restored te Its eoraal eeoswlocj, sesrtag ill be destroyed forever. Msay ratio 4 desfaees aee eanaed by catarrh, whlrb Is sa mriaaies eonaithta f tae aiscoss terraces. Hall's Cstart Cue arts thru tae Meed ea tbs-siarona surfsee ef tae stwlsav. We will giro tin. HiHvlred twuars far say oaa of tstarrbal Itearaeas Uist eassot he eared by Hsir Catarrb Car. Circulars ire, ail urogxist. ria F. J. CHBNBY a CO., Teled. O. WHEN YOU PAY A Bill It ia not necessary to go in person in or. dcr to pay a bill when a Checking Account is carried in the American National Bank.' A check may be drawn for the required amount and mailed to the creditor. Much time and trouble are saved by paying ex penses by check. We invite your Checking Account wheth er it is small or large.- mm lis f' in - bwwv. JmmM I 1 g e- nETTFR AND SOFTER ' LIGHT la assured by th as of om ef thee beautiful fixtures of tirs. They give a light that Illuminates th room perfectly, but that doe not tiro or strata th eyes. They ar not xpn. alv considering their xtra f nriency and extra beaoty. Why not at least themf J. L. VAUGHAN LdK Drwggim I te st sll .leilers. K"'r-MH'iirn I Co. Mfgrs, Baflsto. I. T. ALTA ll!llV AXI SATIIIIMY.