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,r "WflAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGOVf THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1917. PAGE NINE Men's Sweater Coats $1.19 Men's Jerseys : 75c Boys' Sweater Coats $1.19 Boys' Sweater Coats 99c Children's Sweater Coats 65c Children's Jerseys 65c Crib Blankets 75c Children's Knited Mittens 15c Children's Knitted Mittens 25c Women's Winter Gloves 35c Columbia Crochet Cotton in 9 colors, all sizes 10c J. P. Coats Crochet Cotton in 2 colors, all sizes.. ..10c Buster Brown's Guaranteed Hosiery, same price as last year. Burson Hosiery, same price as last year. -Underwear for ladies', children and infants. Plea? investigate our Price and you will find very few articles higher than last Fall. opposite Pastime Hrnlrr Icariw Something. CAMP LKWIS, Tacoma, WuHh. Oct. 25. The sentry was wajk- lug hlH post In tho mott approv- Along came The sentry ed military style. Brig. Qen Styer. didn't salute. "Guard, haven't you been In structed to salute your offi ce?" General Styer asked. "Gwan," replied the guard. "You cavalry guys think you can fool u infantrymen with your funny clothes, boy.1 itrrr rr- iiipi urn rtstrtnri ir ocaoi Laaaa jHUSAKt WMKtK-IN rUKILAlMU i OKfOI I0E30I 10E30I xocao PORTLAND, Got. IB. It was .a very weak start given th swine trade jat North Portland during the day. Another liberal supply came forward V in the local market. All of the big A ; killers were bearish In their price We're wise, 4 Ideas and were not bidding above e.,io.tu at tne start, aitnougn Holders The aentrv received a practl- .were not willing to let go then at that cal lesson in how to identify, a ! Price. high army officer without de- ! In the 'ac of he weakening tone jay( , In the local trade there was a firmer uuueriune east or me itocsies. jni cago recovered from Its recent great weakness and showed an advance of 1 Ofji 15c with lops selling during the CHICHESTER S PILLS Tc-w Tlir DIAMOND HBAN1). r . CMUU '"I" la H 1 41.14 MKV rW TV 1 Mid with niua Kiloo. v ri if ras. A.i(-c lll. IfKk.TrRH' I U 21 blAiluNO IIRANU FILL, ft U miikMnnBtSiliit.Al.mtliiliH SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE 81'IIM.UUMKG SAII TO KXC'KED iOXSTltl'CTION IONIMW. tK. 25. Dr. McNama ra, finum-lnl wiifUri of tlio admir alty, told tlio house of commons tlio construct lun of British slUuti is not exceeding Uie submarining. Attention Land Buyers ! No doubt you have heard of the Eight Mile territory near Heppner, Oregon, in Morrow county, which is conceded by all, to be the very best wheat producing districts in Morrow county. We have just listed a few of the very best wheat ranches in the Eight Mile district. 1120 acres, all tillable except 50 acres, ordi nary buildings, fenced and cross fenced, well watered, lays fine, all can be combined, church near by and school house on the ranch. Price, $30.00 per acre, half cash. 800 acres, about 700 acres tillable, good buildings, well watered, fenced and cross fenc ed; all lays fine and can be combined, near church and school house, running water in house and barn lot, 200 acres in summerfallow, all goes. Price, $30.00 per acre, one half cash. This is just a part ef our listings and will bear the closest kind of inspection. The prices are right and the soil is good and should interest any good wheat raiser. - You know the climatic conditions in Eastern Oregon, and all we ask you to do is to go with us and take a look at the land. ESTES & FRIEDLY 614 Main Street. Phone 604 Mrs. Smith Recommends Chamber lain's TaMetA. r have baa more or less stomach i morning at $10.80 trouble for eight or ten years," writes uen no maraei range: Mrs. G. H. Smith. Brewerton. N. T. j Pr'me "8ht $15.50n5.75 "When suffering from attacks of in-me heavy 15.50 15.60 i, ,ft, ,m 'PlKS 14.00414.25 o nr two of Chamberlain's Tablets 1 K"Sh and heavy 14.50 14.60 ; land have always relieved me. I have al- "'" Trd btd- so found them a pleasant laxative."! , rrade th f"'f "J"" ' " These tablets tone up the stomach teady at North Portland with practl nd enable it to perform it. function. lly no price change, indicated dur- naturally. If you are troubled with 'h, t' T" Jl T V T""' . 1, 21. .i .... .,,, of offerings during the day, and no Indigestion g ve them a trial, get well wer? avallabe to treme and stay well Adv. I quotations. ivuct vnllD APPCTITF . ' General cattle market range: WHfc.1 IOUK Arrtlilb ! BeBt beef steers 19.50 010.00 FOR SHARK STEAK Good beef steers . fl.OOCf 9.25 Best beef cows 7.00 & 8.00 BOSTON. Oct. 23. Shark meat may soon be on the regular bill of ! faro, and then you will have the chance to tell the waiter If you like It rare, medium or well done. Al ready summer visitors and natives of Woodams Hole have tried It and their verdict Is "Good." . This is the word of the experts of the United States Bureau of Fisher ies, who experimented with the shark as a table dainty. They tried six dif ferent varieties. The best way to cure the meat, the experts say. is to remove the back- j bone, cut It In strips, salt it and tnen smoke it slightly for three days, but If your taste wills it, you can have II any way you like. Ordinary to good cows... 4.0046.75 Best heifers 7.00 8.00 Bulls 4.00s 6.75 Calves 5.00 & .50 Blocker and feeder steers 4.00 &) 7.25 Mutton and UsiIm Hold. Quite fair supplies entered the mut ton and iamb division of the North Portland market over night. Trend of the trade is still very favorable with former full price, generally quoted by buyers. General sheep and lamb range: Western lambs $14. 14.50 Valley lamb. 13. 60& 14.00 Yearlings 1 2.50ft 1.00 Wethers 12.2513.00 Ewes 8.5010.50 Wednesday Livestock Shipper. Hogs T. K. Hoover, Koosevelt, Wash., 1 load; J. Crocker. Centerville, Wash., 2 loads; H. M. Garnett. Ore- Cal 1 load; Williams, 2 loads; J. M. Barry, Tracy, Cal., 1 load; W. A, Leaper, Yoncalla, 1 load. Cattle Lee Miller, Harrlsburg, 2 loads. Cattle and Calves J. H. Siegel, Cot tage Grove, 2 loads. Sheep G. D. Burdick, The Dalles, 3 loads. Mixed Stuff M. M. Hoctor. Golden dale, Wash., 2 loads of cattle, calves, hogs and sheep; W. A. Ay res. Lawson, 2 loads of cattle, hogs and sheep. FIRM FOUNDATION. Nothing Can I udcrmliie it In Pen dleton. People are sometimes slow to rec ognize true merit, and they cannot ' be blamed, for so many have leen ( humbugged in the past. The exper- 1 ience of many Pendieto residents, ex pressed publicly through newspapers and other sources, p:accs Boan's Kid ney Pills on a firm foundation here. Mrs. J. L. Dunn, Pendleton, says: "Speaking from personal experience, I can say that Doan's Kidney Pills are a medicine of merit. I had oc casion to take a kidney remedy sorm; years ago and I never had anything act so quickly as Doan's Kidney Pills. Before long, I was free from kidney trouble." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't pimply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that RED CROSS TO PLAY j ! SANTA CLAUS FOR IX MXK FOR ;KItMAX ; " A I I 1 1 ! cf)l OIFRS ciL.vti;i.ixjn.siUP. ALL U. S. 50LmtK5 tL wa,shin- oct-, j3s:?::z American KPIUHJI m.u nutvi " -' the best Christmas the Red Cross can give him. Each one in this country or abroad will receive a Christmas package, approximating a value of $1.50 and containing chewing guu, tobacco, writing materials, games, dried fruit, candles, puzzles, knives, mouth organs or other articles. Each package Is to be wrapped In a khaki colored handkerchief . and tied with red ribbon. To expedite preparation of these million Christmas packages, Harvey D. Gibson, general manager of the American Red Cross, today appor tioned the making of the packets to the thirteen Red Cross divisions into which the country has been divided. The work will be divided among the 2800 Red Cross chapters and one third of the allotment will have to be in the division warehouses by Xov. 1. Money for the purchase of the packages is being raised through contributions by Individuals for this specific purpose. No part of the Red Cross war fund will be used. jjr III "" hi 'ijsl - 7 1 Y ' t if c ! ' J T M , 1 7U: 1 VON I .Tarksonville Comes Bark. MEDPORD. Oct. 24. Jacksonville. Or., will awaken tomorrow morning to find Itself famous. TeMerday the oldest and often re ferred to aa the sleepiest village In southern Oregon with a population of leas than 1000, subscribed $10,700. $700 more than Us quota, to the sec ond Liberty Loan. This is the only community In the county of Jackson to exceed its quota. Prinrn vnn r.iielow son of Ger- uwv'n nrpntPMt statesman, is a likely: i NOSE CLOGGED FROM I A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cream in Nostrils To I Open Lp Air Passages. j Mr.. Dunn had. Foster.MUbum Co., cand"i(iate fr the German chancellor- .AR.CAINS in Second-Hand CARS Evrything from a FORD to a PACKARD to be sold cheap. THEY MUST GO Thoroughly overhauled and in good running order. Call and look them over. City Auto Co. Inc. W. C. NAY, Manager. 722 Cottonwood St. Telephone 48 OBOE ioe Children Cry for Fletcher's 2 vm The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per. sonal supervision since its infancy. 6C4fiZ Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience -against Experiment. r What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its sge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,' Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; .'.Haying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. -The Children's Panacea Ihe Mother's Friend. genuine: CASTORIA always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought .Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. ship If Dr. Jllchaelis resigns. Growing Every Oay ssssisssBsssBBasssssaassBsssisssBssssssssssssss asHsssssssssssiassiasasaiSssssHsr MSBSsssBssaasassiassa E ill soon be located in our new and up-to-date laundry building at; 616 to 622 Garden street. Everything will be mod ern in appliances, methods and machinery. We are improving, to merit the patronage of the most exacting. We are growing because we are "delivering the goods." Send your laundry to THE TROY LAiDRY, Inc. Telephone 179 Ah! What relief! Your clogged nostrils open right up, the air pass- -.nAr-nf nax?rj ni UT ages of your head are clear and you 'GROCtKS UrfclN MOM can breathe freely . No more hawk- ON THE MIDDLEMAN ing, snuffing, mucous dlHCharge.head- - ache. dryness no struggling for Baltimore Dealers Will Do : breath at night, your cold or catarrh , Their Own Buying and Cut is ,ay stI,ffed up, Get a small Prices to People. ; bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your OrugglKt now. apply a little of this BALTIMOllK. Oct. 22. The Retail fragrant, antiseptic cream in your Grocers' Association 'f Ualtlmore to- nostrils. let it penetrate through every day adopted a resolution for united air pa!wa(te of tne head: soothe and purchasing which will cut out the heai tne swoen.' Inflamed mucous middlemen's and speculators' profits. , membrane, giving you Instant relief. The orttanlsEutlun will employ a buy- t Kij . g cream Balm Is just what every er to purchase goods in large quan- j coj an1 catarrn sufferer has been titles and distribute them from a seeking. It's Just splendid, warehouse. By this means grocers j can buy In the best markets and sell. ' : goods cheaper. Henry P. Johnson of Detroit, who ; has been In the commission business for twenty-five years and has been , purchasing agent for large wholesale ' houses In the Middle West, will do; the buying and be paid by the asso- '. elation. X 1? BETTER AND f SOFTER LIGHT $ of these beautiful fixtures of R assured by the use of soma ours. They give a light that wt Illuminates the room perfectly, w but that does not tire or strain 9 the eyes. They are not expen- S sive considering their extra ef- S ficiency and ertra beauty. Why not at least eee them? 5 5 J. L. VAUGHAN r4 CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Sour Stomach. Eat slowly, mastlcnte your food thoroughly, abstain from meat for a few days and In most cases the sour stomach will disappear. tf It does not take one of Chamberlain's Tab lets immediately aucr supper. iu j meats are most imciy i iue comi ATTORNEYS. IIELP WASTED, 1 TIM ALE, D. W. Law. BAILEY, ATTORNEY AT Rooms 7, S. 9, Despain Bldg. AN 1NTEIJJGENT PERSON MAY earn $100 monthly correspondini for newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly in spare time; experience unnecss GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORNEY sary; no canvassing; subjects sug- at law. Room 17, Schmidt block, geste.i. Send for particulars. N- """" mm " m-m " " tinnnl Prpss Rnreau. Room 43Bi stomach and you may find It best to " CARTER St SMTTHE, ATTORNEYS Buffalo. N. Y. cut them out. Adv. I at law. Office In rear ot American ' i National Bank building-. I SFXX).VD IIAX1 DEALKKS. SulHdr lty r;as. j , : j TACOMA. Wash.. net. St. Mrs. i Grace rnllium Cain, author and prom- inent In local social circles. Is dead IXSntAXCE AXB IAJTD BUSINESS BENTLBY & MONTGOMERY. REAL estate, fire, life and accident Insur ance agents. 8 IS Alam street. Phone 40. FEE & FEE, ATORNEYS AT LAW. Office In Despain building. here from the efects of inhaling gas r. j KEATOR, ATTORNEY AT fumes at her home. She was found In her hoom. which was rilled with gas from an open Jet. by her husband. George V. Cain, president of the West Coast Lumberman. Law. Room Building. $4, Smith-Crawford ;V. STROBLE, DEALER IN NEW and second hand goods. Cash paid for second hand goods. Cheapest place to buy household goods. 210 E. Court. Phone J71W. HELP WANTED, MALE. S. A. NEWBERRY. ATTORNEY AT N tvtELLIiSENT PERSON MAY Tf every man were his own food controller, the price of remedies for dyspepsia would drop. Columbia (S. C.) State. Law. Smith-Crawford. Building. PETERSON BISHOP. ATTOIt neys at law; rooms 3 and 4, Smith. Crawford building. earn $100 monthly corresponding for newspapers; $40 to $50 monthly In spare time; experience unneces sary; no canvassing; subjects sug gested. Send for particulars. Na- JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT IIOMl rrs Bureau, Room 42S5. But. Law. Office over Taylor Hard- f'- N- Y- ware company. RALEY & RALEY. ATTORNEYS AT RAYMOND W. HATCH. ARCHI. law. Office In American National ,ect. Despain Building. Phone Bank Building. 78. Pendleton. Oregon. Cliainlicrlain's Comrli Remedy the Most Reliable -After many years' experience In the use of It and other cough medi cines, there are many who prefer Chamberlain's to any other. Mrs. A. C. Klrstein. c.reenvllle. Ills, writes "Chamberlains Cough Remedy has FREDERICK STEIWER. ATTOR- , been used In mv mother's home and ney at law. Office In Smith-Craw- mine for years and we always found ford building. JOHN 11 a nnlcfc cure for rolds nnd bron- chlal troubles. We find It to be lit S. A. LOWELL. ATTORNEY ANI poslte postofri.-e. most rellaMe cough mo. Heine we have counsellor at law. Office In De used." Adv. .epain building. ARCHITECT. FUNERAL DIltrXTOUS. S. RAWER. FUNERAL Di rector and llcense.1 embalmer. Op- Ktiner! p:rlor. two funeral cars. Calls responded to day .or night. Thone 75. i I .MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED OLD FALSE TEETH. Dnt mutter If broken. I pay $1 to $15 per set. Send by parcel post 'pnd receive check by return mall. L Master, ion- Fifth Street. Phlla i delphia. I"a. 11-1S l.nRKTTA II- ST.MUlA. LICENSED Chiropractor. Diseases of women lind children. Office and residence 2l'- Thompson street. i'hone 42W. 10-IStf FAIsk TEETH -UP V.Y AS HIOH as JK.r.ti per set for old false teeth, no matter If broken, also gold crown, bridgewcrk. Mail to Berner's False Teeth Specialty, i'i Third St.. Troy, V. v.. and receive cah hv rettirn mall. LEGAL BtA.VK.S OF EVERT De scription for county court, circuit court, justice court, real estate, etc, for sale at East OregoniaD office. AUSTIO.XF.KR.S. COL. W. F. YOHNKA. AUCTION eer, makes a specialty of farm ere sto. k and nuchinerv sales. 'Tlia man tht gets you the tnonev.M Leave or.lers at East Oregonlaa offta.