DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1917.
THE PROUDEST MOMENT OF MARSHAL JOFFRE'S VISIT TO THE UNITED STATES
Portland ftffrt C"
rMftmmindfd by 1h Tti
I M - - Vt'jV r-Q Q III
When you have it I
with your car no
matter what make
bring it to us. x I
1 We have an up-to-date repair f
H shop with'competent mechanics jj
I in every department. J
M Promptness and satisfaction guaranteed j
722 Cottonwood St.
TW H K PltOVKN.
If you suffer backache, sleepless
nichta, tired, dull days and distressing
urinary disorders, don't experiment
Read this twice-told testimony. It's
Pendleton evidence doubly proven.
L. Greenawald. prop, shoa repair
hop, Cottonwood atreet. Pendletoa
,ay: "I had much backache and
soreness across my kidneys and
troubled me day and nlfhL I was al
so bothered by the Kidney secretions
burning- In paasane. They were too
Irequent and scanty. One box
Doan'e Kidney Pills
(Statement fiven May
cured . ma."
On May II, Mr. Oreenawald
ald: "I am Klad to back up every
word of my former recommendation
for Doin'i Kidney Pills. Now and
them. If I notice my kidneys are !
any way affected. I take Doan'e Kid
ney Pills and they never fall to re
lieve the trouble."
lc. at all dealers
Co.. Mfcrs, Buffalo. N
TO QUICKLY GET
ON WATER WAGON
UltlVK til.ASS OF HOT WATKI1
BKMiltK IHIKAKFAKT TO
WASH (IIT ltISt.
To see the tlnse of hcalth.v bloom
in v,.r fF. to see your skin K't
.nd rlrnrpr. to wake up with
out a h. ailiicrre. backache. coated
.....- or nastv breath. In fact to
fMl tour best, diiy In and day out
.... mide-batbinK every morninK
for one week.
n.rore breakfast each day. drink
.i hot water with a tea-
... ,.,i nt limestone lihospate In It
a a harmless mean, of washing- from
the stomach, liver, kidney, and bowels
the previous day'. Indlnestinie was.-,
sour bile and toslns: thus cleanslna,
......nine and purlfylnr the entir-
alimentary "' b"or' mor'
fr.Hl into the stomach. The action ot
hot water and limestone Phosphate
-.r.,. atomsch Is wonderfull
,-. it cleans out all I
sour fermentations, aase. and acidity
and alve. one a splendid appetite for
. oound of limestone phos
l.h.te will c-t very little at the drua
.tore bu, I. sufficient to
that just oP , h" n.w"'"
rleanses. sweetens and freshen, the
skin, so hot water and
,..- .rts on the hl.HHl and Internal
kiii. ii miam".
.fuiKPPd that one
1 in.t.ii-baihlnc will hav
. ... ..a fwlhiK Imtter In
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Cosy Thursday and Friday.
ADRIFT ALL NIGHT
IN DISABLED BOAT
Their Torch Signals Ignored,
Men are Blown Acroaa Sound
to Long- Island.
.TAMFtKD. Conn. May 23.
James Doran. Charles Mertinatls and
George Btaveekl. Stamford yonns
men, returned today from Hunting
ton. I I . after aolnn throuirh an ex
perience on Lona Island Round that
left them nervous wrecks.
They went out in Stamford harbor
in the lx-foot open laoncn wn
Tuesday afternoon to tess the enKlne.
There was no anchor, no oars or
tllthts and but little fuel. Outside
Stamford Wahthonse the engine stop,
ped. A strong- wind blew the boat In
to I-ona Island Hound. I ne younc
men tore boanls off the side of the
launch and made paddles.
When they drifted Into the steam
boat lane they tore up their outer
lothlng dipped It In gasoline and set
It aflre, waving tne. torcnes on me
end of the Improvised paddle. Al
though some sieamlMats passed so
close as to almost run them down, no
uttcntlon was paid to their Mxnel
and their shouts, .they say.
The launch, grounded at In the
morning off Tray Hock In ljovn r
Harbor. U I. The young men. after
obtaining food at a farm, walked to
Huntington, where they sent a wire
to Stamford for money to take them
two muTisH sun's SI K
NKW YORK. Mar . Trsvcscrs
repeat the aulmiartnliur of the llrlt
Islt eamcn.Ha'ltrtifcm snd Ttilstlc
srd. The A meet twos aboard the
steamers wn nwwd. Tlss lfackrn.
sack was tor-iHxIord Uie day after
msrned snr1vnr of the Swrdfsfl
windjammer. Valkyrie and s Norwe
gian windjammer ie4. The Thls
Ucnrd was submarined unsimel
ami sank In four- mlnam There
wTr no tKaltlra. A snhmartnr at-tM-kod
i1m Itritlah stramrr ltnman
lan Tin'e IMilladelphla. to Pivmonih
anil fired flfteew sliota. One rtam
aard the wln4rsn. Tie Itrirb-ft sxewm
rr fled tir an honr before, a patrol
frtgiitcncd tlxt submarine .
Brazil's readiness to fight mdfcatf
the South American reptiMIc m
have found some Hohenxollern eulo
gies In Its spellers.
BETTtTR ANf BOFTKR
U assured by ths us of soma
ef theas beautiful fixtures of
urs. They glv a light that
Illuminate tha room perfectly,
but that doe not tira or strain
tha .res. They are not expen
sive considering thetr extra af
flctency and extra beauty. Wta,
not at least saa them ?
J. L. VAUGHAN
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Then two photoKrah nhw Mr
Hhal Joffie and ht party an thV
walked out on the parade ground at
SHORN SHEEP CUTS ARE GREATER
IHIITIAXI Mav 24. Owlnit
the hlsher price of wool and the pros- j
pects for still hitther prices. Kreaic.
liff. renti.il Is belns made D.-ieen
wool and shorn sheep in the stock
yards. The differential which form
erly ruled from I 1 l-2c to - pound
In 'favor of the wool offerings, has
been Increased to as much as 1 1-2
Spring lumus were asain onerii.a
in small lots from Willamette vallej
points during the day. There werc
ra,h..r fHir siiuiilies reported In the
j sheer and lamb division over niBht
but all except a nominal supply i-am
j direct to the I'nion Meat company.
Six loads came from Jleppner :ind one
I load from Washo-.igal.
liest east of mountain
. . 11 3.00 a 1 J.u'l
!.- JWTOnmette valley
lambs ..." li.75 130''
Hist yearling- 12. 60t 13.50
liest ewes io.00frll.5O
Heavy ewes S.OOirlO "!)
Shorn sheep and lamb. 1 1-2 'a 1
l-2c pound less.
only lalry stuff Here.
Plactlcally the only urrivaln in' the
cattle division of the North Portland
yards over night consisted of dairy
stuff; and poor at that." The market
for such offerings shows a weak dis
position although the generul trend of
the cattle trade is steady for good
Oeneral cattle market range:
Prime light beef steer. 10.5Ui 10.;"
Prime heavy beef steers 10.B0I 10.7".
Choice beef csows S.OOti' 50
liest heifers S.OOfc 10.0"
I Ordinary to good cows. s.26s '
1'rlme heavy butcner ouus ,.ur
Ught bulls hoora T.6
llocn Hold I iMaitacd.
No change was Indicated in the
swine trade at North Powder for the
day. only a small supply came for
ward nnJ these consisted principal:)
of odds and end from ine wuih...-
valley with the best ottering
available at $16.
Iteal topiy nui
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rmiicnoN WIUIAM -ox:
PATIMK Till IISDW AMI KIU DAT
tint to review the future mill-,
h. ,.r .h. i-niterl Rtatea
are all ready for the war in Eu-
to-woul brinK the former extreme val-
ue at the moment if available.
Hest heavy packers 116 10W l.2i
Bulk of packing'gradcx. 18. OOfe 14.10
lies: light packers 15.901.10
Uough and heavy 14. K0o 13.50
cln-Ma .lJveKtock sIiIihmwk.
Catle and Calves A. V. McFee.
K lo, w"h , 1 load.
Cattle and Calves A. F. McFee..
Kelso, Wash.. 1 load.
Sheep William Shepard. Washou
gal. Wash.. 1 load; I, D. Miller. Hepp
ner. s loads; all direct to Cnion
Mixed stuff Peterson Brothers.
Forest tirove, 1 load cattle and hogs;
Krunfc Wann, Mount Angel. 1 load
cattle, calves and sheep; C. P. Hini-
1 load cuttle, hogs
anl sheep; F.
H. Decker, Silverton, l
load cattle, calves, hogs and sheep.
hooptng Couch. (
One of the most successtul prepar
ations in use for this disease is Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. 8. W. mc
Clinton. Blandon Springs. Ala., writes.
-our baby had whooping cougn as
bad as most any baby could have it.
1 gave him Chamberlain"s Cough
ltemedy and it soon got him well.'
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
SI.AVKR. "A SIICIDE.'
MACOMB. III., May 21. Sheriff
James Hartley of McDonough coun
ty, Illinois, was shot and killed near
here today by Walter Nile, whom
he had Just arrested for stealing an
Four hours later, Nllex committed
suicide when a mob of citlxen. in au
tomobiles cornered him that Is. he
was supposed to lisgylead
After he ha4) b e taken to an un
dertaking parllor and preparations
hn.l len made to embalm his body.
til.. -hi v" showed signs or uie
le was not d. ad nd ne was nast.i,
rope Went Point. Marshal Joffre
known is con dered the bent military
school in the world. He was a teach
PORTLAND,, Ore., May 24. Even
the trees of Oregon are helping in the
food preparedness drive against the
Hermans. A two Inch apple slip set
out a short time ago by Mrs. D. Fer
guson, 152S Oilman avenue, is flow
ering as profusely as its owner could
have hoped It would at maturity. An
apple tree that shows signs of bear
ing at the age of a few months given
unmistakable promise of an abund
ant .future. The tree is doing its
best to prepare, the nation for
coming food crisis. Patriotism
Baker. Ore.. May 24. This year's
'clip -of wool' in eastern Oregon will
i about eiual the yield in 191, accora
I ina to the best available
here today. Losses are reported from
(some communities, but generally this
! was confined to lambs, and the ef
fect will not be noticed in the general
totals for the district east of the Cas
cades. Sheep shearing here bewun
a week ago.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. May 24.
Varying reportsif the condition of
trie Inland Empire wheat fields have
been received here An unusually wet
spring, floods, wind storms and .1
hard winter have done much damage
in some directions, while other sec
tions have come through tho winter
in good shape and look forward to a
Pendleton, In the heart of a big
We offer One llnndred Dollars Reward
for auy rase ot Catarrh that rSDDtft e
cur.1 bv Hsll'x t'.tsrrb Medicine-Hall-'
t atarrh Medlrloe h.s bees takes
by .-atarrli uffrers for the past thirty-
! rivf rrai-H. son hi, -" " " - . . .
t most rrlioble remeily for Catarrh. Hall.
Ii-Borrh MMlirlne act. thru the Blood oa
-"' Itln '"''.kV disio
I port !. . .
Aftfr vnn hr taken flair. Cararrli
! MrHlU uif for a short ttro? yon will
! jrrt.u tmppiTnnt In your geofral health,
i Start tnkinfT HU' aiarrh Mll-.De al
,r. and C'1 " eaiarra. woo
iin-mil. fre. ,
K J UK SKY OO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold bjr all I'ruioii-tm, 7c.
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CLASSIFIED DIRECTOR Y
BA1LKT. ATTORKBT AT
Rooms 7. i. . Despala Bids.
OEOROB W. COTJTT8. ATTOR.VKT
at law. Room IT, Bchmidt bloc.
CARTER A SMTTHK. ATTORNBTS
at law. Office In rear of American
National Bank building.
ntr FEE. ATTOREN'TS
Office la Deepala building.
Law. Room I.
U I K BATOR. ATTORNTT AT
i law Room 14. Smith-Crawford
a a vnrnrxtERRT. ATTORNTT
Law. flmlth-Crawford Building.
PETFRSOS BISHOP. ATTOR-nei-s
at law: rooms t and . Smith
JAMF B. PERRT. ATTORN BTW AT
law Office over Taylor Hardware
RLKT RALKT. ATTORENTS AT
law. Office ta American National
FREDERICK OTUWrR TT
ney at law. Offlee la Smltk-Craw
4 A LOWKLU
eouasellor at I
iw. Offlee ta De
er In the military w:hH.! in France
.there was no one to piTtMit
' the work of th boys at West Point.
..mere wan no i
wheat growing district, report, that
recent clear weather has brightened
crop prospects Farmers report that
they never before saw wheat grow ad
rapidly. Thera Is danger, they sar.
that the weather will turn too warm
and cause the wheat roots to spread
out rather than go down, deep roots
being necessary to enable the crop
to withstand storms and hot winds.
From tha wheat sections in Idaho,
especially Whitman and Latah coun
ties, reports come of varying pros
pects. A heavy blanket of ice in some
sections is said ta have smothered
out the young- plants and the farm
ers are reseedintr with peaa and oafs,
other parts of Idaho report that the
wheat prospects are improving with
more favorable weather. In many
districts along the river the recent
high water has ruined many a rich
wheal field. Many thousand, of
acres of wheat land In Oregon, 'Wash -trig
on and Idaho have been hit by the
ftooii.Vnd are now being reseded with
spring wheat- Alfalfa is another sta
ple eastern Oregon crop which has
eomM Ihpnuph f ha winter with little
, success. Some sections reoort 5t- ner
cent of their alfalfa killed, entire
fields being brown and bare.
Uarmth and Economy
go hand in hjand with
those who use our
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
Lump or Nut
Dry Wootj of All Kinds
B. L. BURROUGHS
J. T. BROWN'S FURNITURK BTORI
Funeral director and lice awed em
balmer. Most modem fnnaral par
lor. morgue aad funeral ears. Cai
responded to day er night. Cornet
Mala aad Water streets. Telepnoa
JOHN a BAKER. FUNERAL Dt
rector and Uceased em balmer. Op
posits poet office. Funeral parlot
two funeral ears. Calls responded tt
day or night. Ft one Tf.
MONTANA FARM LAXnS.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Lands In eastern Montana at II 5
to SIS per acre Suitable fer farm
ing or graalnK. Kaey terms For In
formation write or see W. B. Holt.
Miles CJty. kV
FXX?ri HA IB DUAL ERA.
V. 8TROBLB. DEALTR IN NaTrl
aad second hand roods. Cas
paid for aa ad-haad gwode. Ctieaa
wseasi ge.aa in
IN8rR-Cli ANB UND BCMKT
BKNTLET MOMTOOMERT. REa.
estate, fire, life and accident Insor
aace agenta 1 Mala etreet, Paoa
frnor Frndatl of the PmIII
Cut Flnwrn and Fi:ldn
G W. Hooker
Orrienn Journal 48
Phone 5-2 JL-Kwrieera,
Store I)eiot Block, Main f
Free IMIvery. Open Kv.
DO NT HURT A BIT!
Lift your eld. torturous)
and calluses right off
with the fingers.
. This tiny bottle holds the wonoer
of wonders. It contains an almeet
magical drug discovered by a tlwrtst
natl man. It Is called freexene. It 1st
a compound made from ether.
Apply a few drotas e
this freexone upon a teta
der, aching corn or at
hardened callus, mstaa-t-ly
the soreness -fisauj-.
pears and. shortly yea wifl
find the corn or esJliss sss.
shriveled 'and loose tha
you Just lift It etT wxtht
Just ask In any drear
store for a swiaJl bottle mr
This will cost hut a few
cents, but w-lll positive!) J
poor.' suffering feet of every Hard e
soft corn, or corn between the toexx.
or the tough calluses on bottom
feet, fienulne freexone has a yellosxt
label. Look for yellow labeL
Tint slAllf R MA lav '
Iatlltr.1 Ads y-' '
i.Leb.a.UT' Bil-sgs 1
as I is. .s. It -at aad twoiei aa-rV
Ix io, fc Bits- .(.
a L.S A . , rw II I J II r .sv-T
IHATUIfll BBSI Fll-I,, sr
SMD BY HEUjGISTS EVtlilVkHiiS.
S. A. ROB. M. IX. PRACTICE LI Je
lled to the eye. ear. nose and throw.
Room 11. Judd Building.
MJ 9C E3.LA1 EC S.
ATTENTION. I'I'TTBR 4c PKrx
piund We will pay $1000 reward)
if cur Home Butter Merger falls te
merge one pint of milk and me
pound of butter Into two pounds Is
two minutes. Sweeter th.in creamers
butter. Price IS. 00 Family Bvttee
Merger Companv. 410 Kast Oak St.
Wklla Walla, Washington.
FAZELL WINDOW WASHER
Carpet and Wnl'.paper Cleaner and
gardener. Any kln-l of work done by
the day or Job. Satisfaction guaran
teed Phone ISO. ;u p. Court.
K It'll AltO tl. IMIIK.. Jit. tIJ'
itor of Patents 14 1 9 T. St . N. W .
Wivhlngton. D. C.
PITTALt'MA HATCH KH T. E-STAtU
lisbed 1501 can snip day eU
rhK-k. to points reached In three gava
Five varietlea W challenge th
hen. Free circular. L w. Clara.
COL W. F. TOHNKA. AUCTIOfS
eer. make a .pclalty of fanners
sock and machinery sales.
maa that gets you the money." L
orders a' East Ore-oolaa office.
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