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llllllllllllllllllllllllllllil1lIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII. I s ecoiid At City Auto 726 Cottonwood St. One Saxon Six Touring Car, fully equipped with chain 5 'd extrn tire, and guaranteed like new. 5 One Ford Touring Car, equipped with demountable 5 wheels and oversize tires, which are all new, also has shock absorber. 5 One Oakland Bug. 5 camping trips. Just One Overland Touring Car. Equipped with seat cover and extra tire and chains. Come early and get your choice of the cars, the cars must be sold this week in order to make room for new cars. Every car a bargain. City Auto W. C. NAY. 722 Cottonwood St. -.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111117:! AR AND'S The only NEW face powder in the pact SO yeart Oh yes, there are many, many kinds of powders on the market, but this one is absolutely different from any you have ever had. The price is reasonable, too 50 cents KOEPPEN'S Have It. Con Dung Low CHOP SUEY NOODLES tr HOT TAUALES CHILLI C0H CARNE SPANISH 8TTLB LUNCHES COFFEE varythlng clean and up-to-date. FIBST CLASS 8BRVIC TEA 5c Package Under State Hotel Cor. Webb and Cottonwood Bta. Phone 7. Pendleton, Ore. LOVV EXCURSION FARES ! TO ALL POINTS EAST j Round Trip Summer Excursion Tickets on sale daily June 20th to 30th and certain days in July, August and Septem ber to Middle West and to Eastern States and Canada. northern Pacific Ry DAILY THROUGH TRAINS NOHTH COAST 1JMITKD, Observation rar Train, anil ATLANTIC EXI'HKSS, to Chicago Ma llimeaMlls-Nt. Paul, and one Dally to St. lyouls Perfect Dining Car Service Visit YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK M Secure full tnofrmntion as trains from WALTER ADAMS, Agent, Pendleton, Ore. A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. Portland, Ore. TO C.M.II'OHNIA. via 5. N. V. S. S. Co. I'alatlnl steamships "Northern raciric" and ";rcnt Northern." from Portland, the , quick and pleasant trip. DAILY Hand - the thing for fishing and 5 Co. Inc. Manager. Telephone 46 Hair WO'k AlKHrt. WASHINGTON. July 9. Vn cifle St.lten: Kair weather with normal temperature. Hocky Mountain and I'lateau regions: Fair weather with temperature near the normal. K.-W. liOWIK, Koreiaster. ' I A ! lift ' DRESS WARM AND KEEP FEET DRY TKM.K ItlfKtWATlKM Kl'FreRFHJS TO TARK KAITS AND (iVfV KII OF I'HIO A1I). HheumatiHm 1h no respecter of ane( mx, color or rank, if not th I moat dHUKeroUB of human affliction,, j it is one of the moat painful. Thne subject to rheumatism houM eat j lena meat, drew a warmly um pos- nil'le, avoid any undue exposure, and above nil. drink lots of pure water It heu mutism i cnuned by uric a id which is Knerated in the Ixiwelw, and abeorbed into the blood. - It is thu Ie Co. function of the kidneys to filter this jmvldual airls and the more g-nerul acid from the blood and cast It out ' problems of the club life and activ In he urine. The pores of the skin j me. rseful to the inexperienced are also a means of freeing the blood of this Impurity. . In damp and chilly, cold weather the skin pores are closed, thus forcing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fail to eliminate uric acid which keeps accumulating and circulating through the system, eventually settling in the joints and muscles causing stiffness, soreness and pain called rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism I got from any pharmacy about four ounces of Jad Salts; put a table- VfwJlMi coiilcmlMirao scriptures, spoonful In a glass of water and drink I r;tEht lectures, which seek to set before breakfast each morning for a j f,,nh the gospel of good will, or the week. This is said to eliminate uric Ks,. f Christ, "not through the acid by stimulating the kidneys to , crtical examination of ancient tra normal action, thus ridding i dition. and ecclesiastical authority, blood of these Impurities. ! n, directly through the life and lit- Jad Halts is Inexpensive, harmless ,,,.(,.,, ,,f the present day." and is made from the acid or grapes mr& Heroines of the nioil'Tn and lemon juice, combined with Hh- ,., Headable articles which tell la and is used with excellent results j by thousands of folks who are sub- j Jcct to rheumatism. Here you have a pietuuint. effervescent llthia-water ; drink which overcomes uric acll and la beneficial to your kidneys as j well. rates and P. A. EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY, JULY 9, 1917. SCENE T" The cross ImllcatcH whir Falls when a washout caused a. troll i:y County Library NEWS NOTES 10:00 10 5:30 7 10 9. SUNDAYS 2 to 5 lliiuilialll- -llumllNiok or the Knrn i V. Volume 1 Is con- hiiii ar. cemed with events leading up to the war: volume 1 deals with the effect- .... puriur.n.il liv tile OI ine , ,r n a. ' " -rZ Z tain nd her .I- "s. ri'r--. uritlKH Of OrOlllineiH iThe final pages discuss i I ments. ul- Aitistie anatomy of Interesling and valuable to the se.1- ous art stuilenl as wen as 10 iue mu dent of nature. The author consid ers trees in relation to painting. - views the manner in which trees are j handled by masters and' points out; how llin various effects and apiiear ances of trees In nature should he sought. Kpc l.radTS of girls. In a simple manner the author presents JfU.r. ... r. r. .,.wum minlflilii' the factK 1 of psychology with the wisdom gain ed from her own wide experience. Definite heln Is iriven on problems of leaders of girls' clubs. (iuyer lb-lug well-born. Begins I with a popular yet scientific study j or tne mecnanism o. oe.e...., aoo . principles of genetics. On basis the writer discusses some of J the wider social -and moral Impliea lions of hereditary in man, the ques- I tlon of prenatal influence, responsi billtv for conduct and for crimfc. and eugenics. Of Interest to parents and ; teachers. U vile Compel of good will as re something of the .childhood and schooling, and stage career of Sarah R,.rnhnrdt. Helena Modjeska. Kllcn Tirrv ohrlelle Re-Jane. Kleanora riuse. Ada Rehan. Mary Anderson. Mrs. Kiske. Julia Marlowe and Maud Adams. A final chapter considers AID IN COLLECTING HED CROSS DO Cc:c Of the Ked t"Yoss dogs which n Washington to aid In collecting the if . Vl'Sav ' "'S'"M&'&y'&&SW 1 t- : V , s Iff J ' . 1 S, 1 ' v ' I; , ." il , i v- . -i , i ) IF- -ilipr ic' n a Cross. OF NIAGARA TROLLEY ACCIDENT WtWlWWWlttBWW'''""'''''' - . .... ru-a AvntirHioniHtii were thrown into oar to overturn. A He-ore were di a number of the younger American actresses. Iiurkicnli Color and It.i Hc-a-Uiin Authoritative work, on the Rc-ii-nce of color, with special refer lence to applications, including color j mixture, color vision, color photog : niphy, color in lighting, in painting and in slane and display enects KicliHrdwm Hy ttcot't Applied liy the flitireh. Informing book which niovi'nient A sensible,! emphasized the educational value or the move- ., .v. nr ...In. ali.inal ...u...'.t. , ,.' '..mta,r Kv the church . viewpoint, though reference ......l.. ,h...i,Dhimt Iho Hue phtirPh- es can make of the movement, .lives .. Hic,,..il ncnnt nf the or- i.i.. j j.h ih. nroirram Sla.tery Why men pray. Kmin- Un.lv clear and reasonable, and such las wil, appea, to the mind of the av- H.1 ll.'cVLi-'i. C1..,J ' - eroge layman. Smith Wlio tH Insane? The au thor writes of pioneer work in im- insane, making a popu lar appeal for curative rather tha-i ....... ..acn anH m nhfl Kixl 11 IF the & proport,n nf braln are ag curabl, ,, diBeases organism. NK-lncr ( onfciselon or a hypnenat cd Amcri.'aii. A lecture on the im ...kraut's ree-arrl for America though brief, filled with much com - mon-sense and hopeful sanity. ' TlV ......!..ui Airtit in,- for; ful handbook for amateur manager- and actors. Dis- curses the choice of a play; under orKiinixatinn. the manager, the staff, ih. .,.,m the east the script. rehearsals and study; rehearsing, the amat-ur actor's A. B, C; make-up: the stage terms and scenery. Thniiiliwm lrlnk and he sober. A vigorous attack, aimed not at the . H, a, ,h ,an .,, this'"" - -' .,. i ..laiiTin be enn .Irilllr nd . facts concluding that "yon can drinSc land bi? sober on the physical level. but you cannot drink ana ne gooo ,and you cannot drink and be wise. Wood Tlie writing on tlx- wall. I book on preparedness, addressed to laymen, the outcome, the writes : states, of his experiences as accredit ed messenger among the warring na tions and of his interviews with mil . itary experts at home. chapters on larmy and navy reform, the Swiss : system and the educational value of ; military training furnish good de ; bate material for high schools. An .appendix quotes opinions of prom inent citizens on the subject. From now on there are eagles and .other eagles in France. ! I When a man challenges comparison , he has to fight against big odds. RED CROSS FUND were placed on the street corners Hii0.O"0.0OO fund for the American f ' yy 'si's "t y ' ' t ' a .- the whirlpool rapids at Niagara owned and many injured POOR GRADE CATTLE PREDOMINATE MARKET VI iltTl.A.VIi. July 9.- Tile week 5 callle market suffered relapse into n..B n-l.l..Vi governed earl . ' . A , tthen : I OOr iMiiue euu... j Ut as hoped that the better run se- cured late in the previous week wnuK untinue. j As a result prices n "'''-r'j" took l decided drop. Trices for high class siuii nolo Hogs were similarly effected, a net avance lieing noted during the week in this trade. 8heep The nrices ouoted were as follows. ieneral cattle market range: Heat beef steers 9.!i0j 10.25 Good beef steers Best lieef cows Ordinary good cows . . Best heifers Bulls Calves blockers and feeders General hog range: Prime light g.50 900 . 7.50 9.50 . 6.50 7.00 . 8.00 9.00 . 5.00W 7.50 . 7.00 fa 9.0'J . 6.00 a 7.S0 .fl9.OOalS.7S . 15.50rl5.6li . 12.501615.00 . prin, heavy (Ieneral mutton and lamb market: will allev spring ia...o .f 12.5041 12. . 12.109 IS.'S . 9.50 9.75 . 9.00 Si 9.50 . .00ti) 8.00 '"'eKon spring j lambs v horn yearlings ... Old wethers Shorn ewes .Saturday's Livestock Shippers. t'attle. hogs and sheep A. C. Nel son, monitor. 1 car: ". E. Lucke. Canny. 1 car: W. A. Eyres. Losen. I car. Cattle, calves, hogs and sheep -S. I Overton, Urantville, 1 car. Cattle and calves William Jones, Albany. 1 car: H. W. Wright, Corn ing, Cal.. 10 cars. Cattle and sheep J. 8. Flint, Junc tion City, 1 car. Hogs J. A. Peterson. Peek-a-Boo, Idaho. I car. Sheep E. D. Burdick, Salem, 1 car Smith fc Harnett. Payetteville. 1 car. CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY ATTORNEITS. D W. BAILEY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Rooms 7. 8, , Despaln Bids. GEORGE W. COUTTS. ATTORNEY at law. Room 17, scnmmi 010cm. CARTER A SMYTH E, ATTORNEYS at law. Office in rear of American National Bank building. FEE A FEE. ATTORENYS AT LAW. Office in Despaln building. JOHN W. HTJFF. ATTOrtNK Y-AI- Law. Room 6. American Nauon al Bank hulldlnlt. R L KEATOR, ATTORNEY AT Law. Room 14. Smlth-Crmwfor Building. a A." NEWBERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Smith-Crawford Building. PETERSON A BISHOP. ATTOR neys at law: rooms I and 4. Smith Crawford building. JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEW AT law. Office over Taylor Hardware company. RALEY A RALEY. ATTORENYS i law. Orrioe in American Bank Building. FREDERICK STEIWER, ATTOP nev at law. Office in Smith-Craw ford bulldlns ft A. LOWELL. ATTORNEY AN1 counsellor at law. Office In De spain building. A COTTON EERS. COL. W. F. YOHNKA. AUCTION eer, makes a spcialty of farmer Mock and machinery sales. "Th man that gets you the money." Lea irders st East Ore-onlan office. MONTANA FARM LANDS NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAT Lands In eastern Montana at It S to SIS per acre Suitable for farm Ing or grazing. Easy terms. For In 'oVmstlon write or see W. B. Holt Miles City, Montana. WALLA WALLA LODGES WILL GUARD WHEAT ' WAIJ-A WAUJ, Wash. 7. Numerous I. W. W. July have reached Walla Walla and some farmers fear they are here to catuui trouble in the harvest fields this fall. Keveral farmers, according to street report, have received an nonymom letters threatening their wheat fields. The Wood men of the World drill corps, 100 men, will be armed and the Klk have more than 100 men who drill weekly. Heveral farmers are fore arming against trouble by put ting up comfortable bunk houses and bathing facilities on their farms. Wages are ex pected to be high this year. MItS. WIliSON AIDS RED fROWi WASHINGTON, July 7. Four dozen pairs of pajamas and an equal number of sheets and pillow cases made by Mrs. Wood row Wilson and Miss Helen Wood row Bones and do nated to the Bed Cross have been di vided equally among the Bed Cross organizations of England, France. Russia and Canada. State f Ohio. CHj of Toledo. ,uas .'oouty. M. Krank i. tf.'beney makes oath that be senior partner of the (Irm of r. J. benej A fo., doing business in the City of Toledo, eunlv anu mare aioreiMuu. him, ...... firm will pa tbe sum of OXB HI Mlthl IHII.I.AKH for each and every ease oi I'stiirrb llint .-annot be eared by tbe use o halls ATArtiiii mf.hk ink. K1IAXK J i-IIKNKT. Hworn to be'ore me and sntjerllH1.! In my presence, this th day of Iwen.ber A 1. IS-X'J. A. W. .ir.KAKO.N (Seal; NoTury Public Hall' .'atsrrh 5Iedi.-lne is tuken Intern ally and acts Ibrrmgh the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for tesriuiomals. free. F. J. fllKXKY f. Toledo, O. Sold l)T atl drupulfts. 75c. Hall's Kituiiiy I'ills for con-tlpatlt.n. LADIES! DARKEN YOUR GRAY HAIR I'SE GRAN"IMA"S SACK TKA AND SHiPHlTl MXIFE AND NO BODY W II.I. KNOW. The use of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded, gray hair to its nat ural color dates back to grandmoth er's time. She need it to keep her hair beautifully dark, glossy and at tractive. Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked appear ance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. But brewing at home is mussy and out of date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound," you will get this famous old nreparation. improved by the addition nf other ingredients, which can be depended upon to restore natural col- or and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist says it darkens tne nair so niu..j and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied. Tou simply dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after another application or two. it be comes beautifully dark and glossy. -Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound is a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire a more youth ful appearance. It is not intended for the cure, mitigation or preven tion of disease. HEXP WASTED MALE. AN INTELLIGENT PERSON MAI earn $109 monthly correspondlnf for newspapers: J40 to $50 monthly far spare time; experience unnecessary no canvassing: subjects suggested Send for particulars. National Press Bureau, Room 4SS5. Buffalo, N. T. MUSICALS. MASSB Expert Piano Tuning. Headquarters at Warren Music House. Phone 5S4. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. T. BROWN'S FURNITURE STORJ Funeral director and licensed em balmer. Most modern funeral par lor, morgue and funeral cars. Cmll responded to day or night. Corns Main and Water streets. Telephone I. JOHN a BAKER, FUNERAL Dl rector and licensed embalmer. Op posits postoffloe. Ftm era! parlol two funeral cars. Calls responded t day or night. Phone 7(. INSURANCE AND LAND nCSINE BEN TLB Y A- MONTGOMERY. REa' estate, firs, life and accident insur ance agents. IIS Main street. Phon 404. ARCHITECT. RAYMOND US, HATCH. ARQH1 tect. Despaln Building. Pbos 7. Pendleton. Oregon. a A. ROK. M. D. PRACTICE LlM rted to the eye. ear. nose and throat Room U. Judd Building SECOND HAND DEALKtW. V. STROBLE, DEALER IN Nl? and second hand gooda Cu' paid for all ind-hanri goods. Cheap est place to buy household good. 11' K. Court, Pnome 17 1W. FAGE SEVEN NOTICK OF HUM FOIl I'lttK HCHK, (bids will he received nt .lie off hp .the tlty Uec.-rder in rendlets. Ow- 0!itoii, up to July lllh. M'l, M a ) o'clock P. M for the f .irr.l.-liinn I Ilk I City of IVnrtletori, of r.nn r.t HMtva. ard riranrt r tre roc, wiin m coliollnvs. tlelivered K. O. It, Vt ton. Oregon. The t'nmmon reserve the right to reject amy MI all bids. Hated this 3th dav ef .fnn. lit. THOS. FIT. IKftAUl. 7-10 fltv NOTK'K Or' BIDS FOR SKWKIk RONiM. Notice Is hereby given thai proposal will be recelvcl at the MTW of the City Kecorder In l'fdliin Oregon, up to 5 o'clock I'. M. o Jmly 11th, 1917, for the purchase ef !. 000.00 or more of 20-.10 .'. pes Hewer Bonds of The City of PfMk ton. to be Issued for the completUm m the sewer sstem of The City of Pt dleton, Oregon. Each hid mint com pan led by a certified cnec ua im sum of liiflO.OO made payable tj tl order of the Mayor of The City Pendleton, to be returned to the ta dec if unsuccessful, and to be forfet ed if the bidder i awarded the bua and fails to enter into a contraet ra accordance with the terms of htat aaM bid. The Common Council reserve trie. right to reject any and all btda at Ma. pleasure. Dated this 28th day of J.'ne. . THOS. K1TZ CERAIA 7.1O City Recorasnn, call wt Bros. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed bids will be received at the o fice of the City Recorder ot in of Pendleton. Oregon, up to & sema P. m. on the 11th day of joiy, mi. for the improvement of the futowiiwr parts of the following street in aauk city, to-wit: weDO street irom uw East line of college r-treci m un mia line of Court Street, according to the plans and specif ications for uch Inv provement, prepared by fJeary Kim brell. City Surveyor, and now on fit in the office of the Recorder of city; each bid must be accompanle by a certified check in the sum o SnOO. made payable to the order of tb Mayor of The City ot Pendleton. th check to be returned to the bidder. nT unsuccessful, and to be forfeited If the bid is successful and the bidder fie to enter into a contract in accordance with the terme of his bid; sealed bids shall specify as follows: Gravel Bitulithie pavement,. including the surface fin ! ishing course and biumi '. nous foundation, as pew- ! plana and specifications 1 per an., yd ! $....' Curb and gutter, per lineal ft t Excavation, per cubie yd.... Headers, per lineal ft Wooden headers. 2 in. by 8 in ner lineal ft -. ( in. Vitrified pipe, per linear ft ....- 8 in. Vitrified pipe, per lineal ft. t. ...... 10 in. Vitrified pipe, per line al ft Trench under 4 ft. in depth. per lineal ft $...... Trench. 4 to 5 ft. in depth, oer lineal ft $ Trench. 5 to ft. in depth, per lineal ft (Inlets, each - ... . Manholes, each ir or entire improvement nme 1 , . . . . . . ..j. Mieie 1 (ou&i ui'i - . :riEht to rejt any and all bids. ii' ' " ' ' '' ,' --- w- Dated June SS. 1!7. - t THOS. FITZ OERALD; Recorder of the City of Pendtotaoa. 7-10. CHICHESTER S PILLS . t h a? ni a Maw iiiiin r hl-raMsa-tr- -T.i sLA I'lU Be. ml CM tiaW" Noxfv. with hhm Ktbfeaw. S Tk no ilr. B? mf jmr " . Drwttxuu A i. tt iti.etn tTWM'm ; ft' r S010 BY DRLCGISTS KEBYpffltSS HELP WANTED FEMALBL AN INTELLIGENT FERSON MAT earn $100 monthly correepondtaa for newspapers: $4 to $50 monthly an spare time; experience unne no canvassing; subjects sug Send for particulars. National Bureau, Room 4285. Buffalo. It. Y. MISCELLANEOUS. LEGAL BLANKS OF EVEP Y TM crip tlon for county court, circuJa. court, just'ee court, real estate, tft, tor sale at Eajit O-regonlaa office. SOLICITORS. RICHARD G. PARK. JR. SOI.IC1T- or of Patents, 14 is f. St., N. Washington, D. C. 7-17 FARM INIS. THE GOVERNMENT NKKTX FAtt mers as well as flhteri. Two mil lion three hundred tllolland acres er OTegon A tlifornia Itallroad Cew Grant Iutnds. Title revested In Unit ed States. To be oiencd for home steads and sale. Containing some ef the best land let in United State Large Copyrighted May, showing land oy sections and d-eriptlon of soil, climate, rainf-iil, elevations, lam. perature, etc., by couiill.-s. postpaia One Dtill.ir. C.rant Linds lcatlng Ce, Box St", I'orCand. Oregon. MISCL'IXAN rXJl'S. LEOAL BLANKS OF RVERT DM ncriptlon for county court, streaa j court. Justice court, real estate, eee . for sale at East Oregonlaa offlee.