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DA t L Y EAST OKttU ONI A N, JL'ttN PHOTON, OREGON, SAT URTM Y, M AY 11, 1918; 'A MW efc-ilHllllil Notices, Business Opportunities," Locals, Lost, FouFor Rent, Etc.,- Classified for Easy Reference. 5""- 11 X 11 7 - 5 TCEW TODAY WA.NTKD tllrl for general hou work. Phone 205W, WANTED. TO RENT Mod urn cot- tuge. Permanent renter. f Fhune G2, Dr. IaKram. TOn R15NT 2 room furnished house, 620 Coable. WANTED A young man to rinir tube and chunKe. tires, ' one who has had some experience and would like to learn the business preferred. Pendleton ltubber Suiily Co., 305 K. Court. HTW "TOO AT. . Bach new advertisement will be run under "New Today for tbe first Insertion only. During subsequent insertions of the ad It will e.pr uuiia- Ita proper lasslflcatioo. WAIT AB COMIIWf A HO CLASSIklEO UlKKCrORf. Counting alx ordinary word to tbe line and charged by tb line. Want ads, and. locals. . , . ln Fee Use. . , , First Insertion, per line 10o Each add. Insertion, par line to One WMtk - (si insert lonsK each insertion, pa Una la 1 mo. each Insertion, per line 4c ( month contract, eaoav ia- 1 sertlon, per line . Is Is-moath eoasraot. each Inser tion, per line . ..... .. 9c No ad taken for lesa than IS Ad taken over the telephone, only from East Oreuonlan sub ' aeribera and those listed In the Telephone Directory. Copy must be la our office.' not later tbaav o'clock day of publication. Wanted WANTEJ Good, olean rags, at The Ea.it Oregonlan office. For Ilent rURmtiHUD APT. Hamilton Court HOUaJCKEKPINO ROOMS, 601 Clay. WANTED Hawing, phone 482-W. WANTEJD At once, pasture for 10 head calves, Write James . Hill, Helix, Ore., or phone 73. WANTED Waitresses at The Quelle - Cafe. WANTED Competent woman or girl for general housework. Apply 80 West court or phone 113. . WANTED -Carpenter work, city or country. Work pnaranteed. C. -A. Stevens, Phone. 302W. .. ) The quickest "exit" from a real per Plezlty you will ever make will be by the "want ad way." . The leant bothersome boarder yon will ever have will come -to you' la answer to a want ad. The will bent business advice ayou ever receive la to "got closer to the elamirifMl ads." r ; The'offer of your property which will appeal to you as "right" will come from, a, reailer of your ad. ' '" The 'moat valuable business ao qualntance you will ever make will ever bave, will find, you through aaa' ad. CALLINO CARDS Engraved callnB a i)A business cards. See the large line of samiilm at the East Oregonlan office. WANTKD Stenographer with book keeping experience. Addreas.-"C" this office In own hand writing. WANTED Night clerk at ' Oeorge.' ' " ' - ,( Hotel Bt. HeH Wonted. Ironera and shaker girls at the. Do meMla Laundry; . - Notices FOR KENT FurnlBhed room. Phone 796W, SLEEPINQ and housekeeping rooms at S08 Willow street. HOUKH street. FOR KENT, Phone 298-W. 613 " " lwis ICR, RENT 8wlng machines of all makes, $1.00 per week. I3.BA per month. McCUutock and Blmpaon, 4,00 m. vourt. For Said HOG8 FOR BALE Fifteen good brood, sows with front six to ten Digs each. Tom Boylea, Jr., cho, Ore.' ,-. WICKER BABr. carriage lor Call 77J. sale. FOR SALE One It foot Holt Com tine with Atlas engine. Write R. J. Campbell, Box 686, Pendleton., FOR RENT 2 room apartment In steam heated building. Apply ., thbi oiiice. n -.. . FOR RENT One large outside un furnished room suitable for light housekeeprhg. Phone 2S0R. VOH RENT Furnished Apt. on north side. Phone 143W. . ;, FOR ItENT Furnished front ,-407 B, Court, . ; apt. The lowest price you will ever pay for a valuable service will be the prloa it want ad. ' Notice. " My offfee l now located at 10S West Webb ft.i- ovor the Worklngmen's Clothing store, rooms and 10, where I will ha pleased to meet my old pa tients as well a the new. OIL LQKKTTA, lh STARBA, ... - ; . . Chiropractor. FOR REiNT 2-room apartment. Garden. Phone 207-R. - - t ; 21J The. "way up" for you In your bus iness, may be on a "ladder of want ad" . FORi RENT Furnished five room house, close In. Will rent until fall. No children. Inquire "4'' R, this of flee. . , FOR RBNT-'Furntahed rooms, phone 482U. : FOR RI7NT 4-room furnished house. Inquire 402 Tub(ui oitlwsne-j (IB, "... Miscellaneous ( BUT ALL, KIND3 of junk at top prices. Iron and sacks a specialty Pacific Junk Co J. & Jones, prop, 1T. Cottonwood street. WMOLEMIL1C 3.2S per qt. Hoover ize, buy W; 8. 8., Invest your;qion- ey In V. Bt Liberty Bonds. Use- milk as a substitute, and phone 544J for whole milk. FOR BALB OR RENT 5 roon.J)OUKa Call or write W. H. Morrtaon, 71 Ann street. . , Auto Hire. D. If. Waffle, touring, dty trip CharlM On. phone 1. Th best Job you will ever get will coma to you throusb a want ad.' 18 FOOT HOLT combine for sale. ' Easy terms. Will trade for any kind of stock or farm Implements. In quire at 1809 Eaat Court 8t. Pendle ton or Phone 84F3, Pilot Rock. BOG from choice large, winter lay ing strain R. I. Reds, none better. $l.B9'for 15; 9 per hundred. Phone 10F6.' FOR 8ALE: .Wheat hay. Pendleton, Ore. - . I U. Bell. FOR SALK wood hlH speed Wiz ard washing jnachine. Phone. 14SW. FOR BALEw-NEW and second hand Sewing Machines. Bmger, White, New Horn and The Free Machine, McCltatock) & Sim booo. 400 E, Court. FOR SALE Bedstead, mattress and springs- Phone 730M. J. . Lost LOST 3-lyear-old sorrel horse. Ranch mark L O bar loft side, one whit bind ankle, a star f:ice. Finder please notify Anton Arnold, Btanfleld, Ore. Farm Land For gals LOST Thursday evening, gold brace let with .bamboo deslgn.valued very highly as keepsake. Reward. Findef please phone 569 J. ' MfOR BALK 37 S acres of choice) wheat land near Weston, land lie) In gentle slope and best of tractor land, half In crop this year, owner gets posses-fton this fall. Price 1 1 80 per acre with) terms, Corbett Reality Co., First A Alder St-, Walls, Walla, Wash. Farm Implements. THE "NON-BKIP" Weedor gets all the weeds the) first time over the field. Saves one-third the time and does lots better work. Order now, Pendleton Weeder works. (32 Cotten wood St, 'JXMJ0. CARD. . . . Weston-Pendleton Anto Stave Leaves Weston for Pendleton at 7:4 a. m. and 12:45 p. m. Leaves Athena for Pendleton at t:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. Leaves Adams for Pendleton t 1:10 a. m. and 1:20 p. m. Leaves Pendleton , CAUea-Knlght Store) for Weston at 10 s. m. and 4:00 p. m. 8AM- HA WORTH. Driver. Used Cars FOR ALE rTwIn cylinder Excelsior Motorcycle,' electrically equipped. Jn good condition. Has tandem attach ment. Run about 3 thousand miles. Inquire Standard Oil Co. Phone 441. FOR SALE Remington automatic shot gun. Call O. K. Barber Shop, Pendleton " For Rata on laasy Terms. Five room house, furnished or un furnished, well located and at a bar gain if sold soon. Phone SS4. -4 ACREt fo cash, two ml lea from Touchet. acres In, alfalfa, soon pe ready for the sickle, a bumper crop; ooma and see for yourself- Small house, good cistern, v. L Poythat, Touchet. Wash. t . Contractors and Builicrs. it C. 6WANSOJ K. B. DiiPuia. Ki- mates given free. All work guar nteed. We build anything, city of eouatry work. Phoaa) 243M. . - v, Auctioneers COL. W. F". TOHNKA. AucttoBeer, makes a specialty e fArmera stock and machinery sales, "XAa ruaa teat Vets yon tbe money." Ler eiruers at cast uregonian umtsm. Architect RAYMOND W. HATCH, Architect. D- spaln bulldioz. Ftaoae Its. Pendle ton. Oregon. Cleaners HAVE your clothes cleaned or pressed Rudd's 20 W. Webb. Phone fit. I WILL TRADE my Chevrolet for your Ford. See Miller, 722 Cotton-woed. FOR SALE ii 17 Ford. p. K-f Bar , jer shop. s '' Chiropractor DR. lJRKTTA H. HTAB11A, Chlro practor.' 103 vVest Webb SU Room 10; Office hours to. 12 a. m. J;30 to t p. m. Examination, free.. Second-IIand Dealers. V. BTKOBI.B. dealer In new ad seo ' on A hand eoodA. Caah said for sec ond hand goods. Cheapest place to buy household goods., siu Hi. vourt. .fnon 11 1W. ' Draymen CALL PEN LAND BROS.' VAN to anavav nuir household goods. Tele phone 339. Also baggag transfer ring; and heavy hauling. W, A. MILES, baggage, transfer and drayage. Office phone S4. Kea. 4R. WEDDING ANNOUNCE M E N T S Call and see the different samples of engraved announcements, - Invita tions, cards, etc., at the East Orego nlan office. Printed orders furnished IX you wish. . - - The best price you will ever get for a used article wiU be. the result of a want ad. Tbe month In which you print and answer the most want ads will , be your "good-fortune month. Attorneys FRED . SCHMIDT, Attorney at Law. Room 14, Smith-Crawford Bid. FRANK DAVIS, Attorney at Law. Of fice Smith-Crawford Building. D. W. , BAILEY. Attorney at Law, Rooms 7, 8. s. Despaia Building;. OEOROB W. COUTT8. Attorney Law. Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER aV SMTTHB, Attorneys at Law. Office In rear of America Na tional Bask Building. FEB at FEB, Attorneys at Law. In Despain Building?. Office B. X. KEATOR. Attorney at Law. Room 24, mita-Crawtord Building. & A. NEWBERRY, Attorney Bmttb-crawfoMt Building. PETERSON A BISHOP, Attorneys at Law. Kooms s ana . s)uuui-craw- ford Building. , JAMES B. PERRT, Attorney af Law. Office over Taylor Hardware Com pany. RAI.ET at It A LEV, Attoraeys at Law. orrice In Amerlcaa, KaUosal Bans: Building. . , , 8. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counaat- uhf at law. orris ia oaaBsia uioar. JOB PRINTING at the East Orego alasv offloa. For GOVERNOR ....un .hi i.i ii,i,y ,u. ill.! . . i; ' ' ',,, ". i". A Patriotic American. A Native of Wiscon sin. Age 47, For 27 years a . Resi dent of Oregon. A Vigorous Champion of the Rights of the People. . ; GUS:C.MOSER ' ' Republican President Oregon State Senate. For a vigorous prosecution of the war to a victori ous conclusion. . ' For strict business principles in management of St&tG ifff&irs ? For Rural Credits Extension Irrigation, Drain age and Development of all our resources.. For assistance by Portland Capital and business . to every section of our great State. ;: For the rights of both Labor and Capital under a scheme vof mutual co-operation. FOR GOOD ROADS. BUT FIGHTING TIIE PAV- 1NG TRUST. ' We are. paying about $5000 more per 16 foot mile of Bithulitic Pavement in Oregon than is being paid in Washington. Let us build good roads in every county in the State-GIVE EVERY COUNTY A SQUARE DEAL. ' Elect MOSER and you will forever banish the subtle influence of the Paving Trust fronrOrf gon politics. AGGRESSIVELY INDEPENDENT. (Paid Adv.) OVERSTOCK HURTS HOG (MET AT PRESEHT PORTLAND. Hay 1 1. A plain oase of overstock Is wh:st is hurting the lo cal market lor swine at tnis time. While the eastern trade was indicat ing the highest value of the year and was firm at that, recent prices on the North Portland market were scarce, ly maintained. It took exceptional quality to bring top figures here, for the very good reason that killers are filled with supplies. f- While the price of hogs has been. lowered, there has been no change as yet In pork products here. General hog market range: Prime Mixed 17.4017.6 Medium mixed 17.00B) 17.25 Rough heavies .. 16.00W 16.25 Pig, 14.5015-60 j (rattle Trade Quiet. California continues to sena cuwe In, this direction, and these formed the only full carload lots in that di vision for the day, although some .mix ed car offerings were reported In. Trend of the cattle market Is In clined to dullness, although prices are steady for cood stuff. -' General cattle range: ! ' Prime steers ......... .15.Sn 18.50 Oood to choice steers... 14. SOW 1500 Medium to good steers.. 12 00fiilJ.OS Fair to medium steers. . . 9.50i ia.5- Common to fair steers.. 8-00 Sj 200 Medium to good cows and heifers 8.00 Hi 10.00 Choice cows and heifers 13.1104.00 Common to good cows and heifers 6.00C? 8.00 Canners 50 S.sfl Bulls , S.50W 11.60 Calves .' 8.7513.00 Stocker and feeders.,. 8.00 10.00 Mutton Rir-nuUns Strady. Trade In the mutton division of the North Portland yards shows a light volume, but undertone Is steady, with former prices generally natntained. Steadiness was generally Indicated In the eastern sheep pens fo.r, the : day. General sheep and lamb range: , East of mountain lambs tl7.S018.Cft Valley lambs 17-OOijii 18-00 Yearlings ............... 15.00j 15.60 Wethers .. 13.00I13.50 Ewes . 12.00 12.60 Shorn sheep and lambs 1 1-2 to 2o less than loads. . SAMMIES' NEW FItrFXD IS ARMY "IE-LOUSEir ' ov Trn F-r-i pcRr.PSOX.1 (United Press Staff Correspondent.) WITH THG AMERICAN' ARMY I.N i.nHiiiiX'B Mav ll.-The American army now has "de-lousing" machines. The army medical corps operates them. They look something like big trucks carrying huge casks. Lice may net be exactly popular In prllte society In America. ' but the f. ,i a t hnmA can rest assured that they are recognized In the very best families over here. They are popularly known as "coo ties." After a fellow has served eignt aays i ih. r,nt line trenches he may be lonesome fop a while after losing his "cooties," but he must be"de-loused.M COUNTY . COMMISSIONER At the solicitations of delegations from all the towns In the west end of the counff, I have announced myself as a caiftlidate for the office of County Commissioner on the Repub lican ticket, subject tft tho action ot he voters' at the Primary Klectlon, loy J7, 1,9)8. . . , If nominated and elected I promise my best efforts for the whole county. . U Ilt'NMJHJ, Kl.iiir HI, Urcgots, , (Paid Adv.). " I 3. How'., Thi? W effer One Hundred ToHar Hewer - , 1. . , raanut be tunMl by lisll s Cstsrrh Mmllrlna. .. .... k , i ii..iH. I, . . h.w tskea t. cstsrrh sullerer for the pst thirty fire y.srm. snd hs berome knows ss il Slnst rellnble reraeily for Cslsrrb. Hslls (lurth M.-dklnc arts thru tbe Blood os the MiH-oiia snrfsres, eipelllng tbe roams from tb Ulood sad besliag the diseased son toss. After yon bsv tsi Hsu's Citarrh I mkiu me for s short tin yot will see a 5 pest Imrri.T.m.iit In your genm-sl hnlis. trt takkig Ksll s.t'slsrrh , MKllclne l oii,- snd g-t rid of ostsrrs. Beud lor tee Itloionlsls. fres. y i. CHKNKT CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold hi all LituggUts, Tfro. . . . . i p r i riji il is liiisl V , , "rrtu i DOINGS OF THE DUFFS TOM, YOU'LL HAVE TO TgLlUT TO HOOVER. ' t " Soo swe him ; ja i9 that, vovr y rtx r , P. MADAM ?j fff 8. ?!JJ -Sf -.jW He strips, throws aside his inhabitat ed clothes, gets a tingling hot bath with delousing solution. an4 then gets clean elothing throughout. His dis carded clothing goes to the "de-lousing machine. The motive iiower ot tbe automo bile carrying the delouslng tanks is! steam. With the machine standing j till, the steam is' diverted from t he engine Into the tanks. The clothing ' of the soldiers is then thrown Into th ( tanks, sealed up. and exit "cooties." j DRINK HOT WATER v BEFORE BREAKFAST i f iT I 14 Says you really feel clean, sweet ' and fresh inside, and are seldom ill X : DillllMCCDCnFDICK S FIRSX ME-XTIOX .OF PHKSIIE"T frmr'-i 3 To TAKE A HONK OF MEAT OFF MS A MMUTE AGO UUU TidCSIS. DIT Hov DO THAT? I'M ASHAMED sou r ' AM0' f rr r i I -J .I J 1 - cm ' as (A Vw come acurr home wrrff M.Hoo DAP evoM'Thc idea! t A MEAO43 BAV (t Sl Patriotism Pennoato !oihKllst Gen eral tMiforeiK-e-1 ATLANTA, Ga., May 11- Patriot ism a veil as religious fervor perme ated the opening session here today of the-eighteenth quadrennial confer. ence of the Methodist Kpiscopal church, south, which convened for sessions that are expeciea w through three week. Applause irreeted the first mention ef President Wilson's name hy Bknhop K. R. Hendrix, presidinar officer. In his Introdnctnry remarks, which were followed by Bishop V. R. Lambuth with the prayer of invocation. Vic tory for the American arms was asked by Bishop Lambuth mho prayed that neither malice nor hatred should fill the hearts of the American people af- , ter peace is declared. If you are accuntomed to wake up with a coated tongue, foul breath or a dull, dizzy headache; or, if -your meals sour and turn into gas and acids, you have a real surprise await Inff you- , . ? 1 Tomorrow morning1, imedlately up-' on arising, drink a glass of hot water with a teaepoonful of lifcttone phos phate la it. This Is intended tb first neutralize and then wash out of your stomach, hver, kidneys and thirty feet : of intestines a all the1 Indigestible waste, poison a, sour bile and toxins,- ithua cleanslrtsr. sweetening and puri fying tb entire .alimentary eanafc. 'l ' - Those subject to sick - headaches., backache, bilious attacks, constipa tion or any form of stomach- trouble, are urged to get a quarter pound ot limestone phosphate from the drug store and begin enjoying this morn ing Inside bath. It Is said that men and women who try this become en thusiastic and keep It up dally It Is a splendid health measure for it la more important to keep clean) and pure' on the inside than on ther out side, because the skin pores do not absorb impurities Into the blood, caus ing disease, while the bowel pores do.? The principle of bathing inside Is not new, as missions of people prac tice it- Jusf as hot water and soap cleanse, purify and freshen the skin, so hot water and a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate act on the stom ach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Lime stone phosphate la an Inexpensive white powder and almost tasteless. CHICHESTER S PILLS Wyr-. HK UIAMONS BBAXt, .SX4-I Jasvh jaar Utuats fc . X hl-Wfri tlu)M7Bru,iA tlilm Mr4 ka.I .-nVV b-'ir. MHrJ wit SiMkotj. V-T Tvj W. BiffjMr j j"4. Akfflvcin-4 iiV-urraa scut by tm&n imaum ra BT7 IT3 a : rnF a -hi . 1 ',. j CAN BE CURED Free Proof .ToYou AH I want ! yoar nme n4 adilress I caa spihI roo a fr trU! trmt mnL I nnt you )ut to cry Uua UrUit tiii aii tmt try tm last's sav oolr anraaetit. I 'Te bri ia the dnwr bcwni In Fort Warae ffnr rr, iMrly in rro?n know ra mt keows about nr uccwful trraUBeot. Otw thi mmm hm hvmirmd tfuUnle of WrX ' Wdc haw, acroniui to thrtr own atatctneata. baa KureU ejr tiua UamUaaat uaw 1 arat Baade tin otTrr public. If roe he atcaaaaa. HcJi, mH ttfceasia. TsWse-asjwr mind kw Nad mt trostsi t taas cared Ibe moni caaca I rei aaw atve aae castas tm prewe m aiaaas. Send me your eaaa and addma mi tha rmpM hclow aad grt ttM tHal tiaataiist 1 smat as BB1KI yoai r KKF. l IK? WWHirn MTDVPtUlsFU asl sM BW CaJBS wni prwT, T atais, tit L C. HUTZELU, Dragxist, 2S5C Weat Mtla St, Fert Way, tod. . riesM seed withaet cost t ohlipltoe le at roar hs Trmot Tlnl.l . - L -f , -1Mm u Has- ' " riaak IWwl sa4 i i il