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DAILY EAST OKKGOiNIAN, PKNULHTON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MA H, 1918.
PAGE vVKVTH 1 f" 3 t t"1 4 w - . . w I M n t ; rj .... I i Wat Aim Notices, Business Opportunity Etc., Classified Jan Easy Referenced EIGHT PACKS' t NEW TODAY KOit HE.'T Furnished four room lower flat. Inquire 350 Water St. x FOB SALE New Ford tour!i(t dar. Dwner leaving city- Inquire IS thin VANT1S1 Teamsters to haul about ;. 1 0(1 oords, of- wood from Cabbage Hill -to Catholic Indian Mchool. Tele plwine 17P2. Alfalfa hay for sale. I'K SALE Five room modern house : with basement. Will oll at reason able . price. Phone 681- , Notice nf Hid to FurulHli (VmU 1 Kutfce Is hereby given that Healed bids will be received at the office of the City Recorder at the City. Hall In Pendleton, Oregon, up to 6 o'clock p. m.'tin May 39th, 1918, .for the fur nishing to the City ot Pendleton, V. O, 1), the city Hall of one or more earn of Rock Rptlneu lump coal, to be delivered In such quantities and at much times as the Common Coun cil may direct. : This notice Is published by order of. th. Common Council and dated tola lath dar-of May, 1918. ' THUS. FITZ OBRALDi ' " '- . City JtMordelf. -.. -, . I ' f? ' 3 1 i 1 I WAST AD COLVM AWO CLSSSIKieD miUCCTORY. Counting el ordinary word to Una Hue and charged by toe Una, ' ' Want ada and looala, ' Rates Fer Use. First insertion, par line ..1W Bach add. Insertion, per line to One. week (six insertions), v each insertion, per line........ So 1 mo. each Insertion, per Una 40 month contract, each la sertion, per Una ... to ... 1 VmoKtlt contrast, sash laser- . Hon. per Una ... .... So No ads taken for less nnl& Ads taken over th telephone only from Bast Oreironian sub scrlbers and those -listed ia the Telepbdne- Directory. Copy must be In our office not later than 1:10. o'olockv dax ot publloatlon. For Sale 4 HOGS TOR SAIJS Fifteen good brood sows with from six to tan Pigs each. Tom Eoylon, Jr., Echo, Ore. WICKER BABX Call 77J. carriage for sale, FOR SALES Ono 18 foot Holt Corn Una with Atlas engine. Write R. 1. Campbell, Box 688, Pendleton. i 18 FOOT HOLT combine for ale. Easy terms. Will trade for. any kind of stock or farm Implements. In quire at 1809 last court hi. 1'enuie ton or Phone 34F3, Bilot Rock. For Sale RiSUIBTERED Poland China Pigs. Big type either sex.- 82f.0O A. L Swaggart, Athena, Ore. For Rent FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court HOUSEKEJSPINO-.ROOMS. 601 Clay. FOR RENT 7fiW. .... -Furnished room. Phone FOR RENT B-room. furnished house Phone 381M. Wanted WANTED Good, clean rag, at East Oregontan of floe. . The WANTED Sewing, phone 482-W. WANTED Woman . for general - housework on ranch. Address "St"- this office, - WANTED At once, pasture for 10 head calves. . Write James Hill, Helix, Ore., or phone 73. Lost LOST Lavalller in shape of question mark with diamond setting. Reward If returned to room 18, Schmidt Building. " Farm Land For Sale Farm Implements -r- WEDDTNG ANNOUNCE KENT 8; ' Call and see the different samples of engraved 'announcements, invita tions, cards, eta,, at the East Oregon nlan office. Printed orders furnished If you wish. EUQ8 from choice large, winter lay ing strain R. I. Reds, none better. $1.60 for 15; $8 per hundred. Phone 10FS. FOR SALE Wheat hay. J Pendleton, Ore, D. B. Bell, FOR SALE Good high speed Wl ard washing machlnePhoe ZitYf. I8W TOD AT. Bach new sAvertlssment will be run under -Plan Teas--' t-r tbe first insertion only. During subsequent insertions of tbe ad It will appiar uudnr Its proper classification. The 1eBt price you will ever get for a used article will be the result of wans ad. ' . Tbe month In which you print and answer the most want ads will be your "irol-fortune," month. The most valuable business ac quaintance you will ever make will eer have will find you through want ad. FOR SAXB NEW and second hand . Searing Machines. Singer, White, Not Home and The Free Machine, MoCllntock Simpson, 400 E.s Court; SLEEPING and housekeeping rooms at 608 Willow street. FOR RENT Sewing machines of all makes, 11.00 per week. (3.00 per month. McCUntocic and Slnpson. 400, i. -ourt . - , . ... FOR RENT 2 room . apartment In steam heated building. Apply this, office. ; WANTED Waitresses at The Quelle care. WANTED Stenographer with book- keeping experience. .Address "C this office in own hand writing. WANTED Night clerk at -. George,. . ;, , .. - Hotel St. WANTED, TO RENT-rModeru . cot tage. Permanent renter. Phone $Z3, Dr. Ingram, . , . xR rent One large outside un furnished room suitable for" light housekeeping. Phone, 2S0R. FOR RENT Furnished Apt. on north side. Phono 14 J W. , FOR SALE Bedstead, mattress and springs-. Phone 730M. " " j FOR RENT 2-room apartment. 218 Garden. Phone 207-IS. FOR SALE Twin cylinder Excelsior Motorcycle, electrically equipped. In good condition. Via tandem attach ment, i Run about 8 thounand miles. Inquire Standard Oil Co. Phone 441. FOR' SALE Remington automatic shot gun. Call O. K. Barber Shop, Pendleton ' ' ' ' Vm m m seeseseeeeeesee I ' 1 IMI I I (l . 1 II HI l, , I 11 1 -1g FOR RENT 2 room furnlnhed house, 620 Cosbie FOR, RENT Furnished five room house, clone In. Will rent until fall. No children. Inquire "4' R, this of fice. ' " WANTED A young man to repair tubes and change, tires, one who has had some experience- and would line to learn the business preferred. Pendleton Rubber & Suply Co., 305 WANTED Furnished' apt. or small bungalow on -north side. - Address ST this office., i , A.TBB-Position cook or .house keeper by-young woman. Inquire ka uiu ornce." FOR RENT Ftirnislied room. Phone 42R. -.. .... , Miscellaneous I BUT ALL KINDS of Junk at top prices. Iron and sacks a specialty Pacific Junk Co., J. 8. Jones, prop., 817 Cottonwood streets i - WHOLEMILK. $3.5 per qt.. Hoover Ue, ouy W. S., H invest your, mon ey in U. S. Liberty Bonds, Use milk as a substitute, and phone 644 J for whole milk. MRS. ADA FIELD. 420 Lincoln St., residence Spirella Cornetlerei Measurements taken and corsets fitted In your home. Phone 6f,6J. WANTED Man and wife without ' .children for work on ranch, Must to eiiwienceu. mono. 5R1 1 Echo. J. B. Savior. 'Draymen CALL PENLAND BROS.' VAN to move' your household goods. Tele Phono 239. Also baggage transfer ring and heavy hauling. W. A. MILES, baggage, transfer and drayage. Office phone S4. Rea 74SR. Contractors and Builders. THE "NON-SKIP" Weeder gets all the weeds the first- time over the field. Saves one-third the time and does Iota tetter work. - Order now, Pendleton Weeder works, 832 Cotton wood St. '. TIM 13 CARD - Weston-Pendleton Auto Stage Leaves Weston for readleton 7:44 a. m. and-12:46 p. m. Leaves Athena for Pendleton at 8:00 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. Leaves Adams for Pendleton at 8:20 ' a. m. and 1:20" p. m. , . Leaves Pendleton (Alles-Knlght Store) for Weston at If a, m. and ,4:00 p. m. ' MH Tf A WORTH Hrl FOR SALE 3T5 acres of choice wheat land near Weston, land lie m gentle slope and best of tractor h;nd, half tn erop this year. Owner gets possession this fall. Price II" per acre with terms, corbett lieallty Co., First Alder St., Walla Walla, Wash. I 2-4 ACRES for cash, two miles from Touchet, acres in alfalfa, soon be ready for the stokta, a- bumper cropt come and see for . yourself. Small house, good cistern. P. L. Dou t hut. Touchet, Wash. . ' Anctioneers COL. W. r. TOHNKA, Auctioneer, makes a specialty of farmers' stoca and machinery sales. "The man that gets yo the money.' lare orders at Lut Oregon tan Office. Architect r Used Cars WILL TRADJ3 my Chevrolet for your Ford. Bee Miller. 722 Cotton wood; . Chiropractor BB. LOR ETTA H. STARBA, Chiro practor. 103 West Webb St. Room 10.- Office hours 9 to 12 a. m. 1:30 to p. m. Examination free. RAYMOND W. HATCH, Architect. D spain building. Phoaa ICS. Peadle ton. Oregon. Cleaners HAVE your clothes cleaned, or pressed Kudd's 20 W. Webb. Phone gs. Attorneys Ki.l E. SCHMJDT, Attorney at US, Room 34. Smith-Crawford Bldg. t FRANK DAVIS, Attorney at Law. Of fice smitn-crawford Building. Second-IIand Dealers V. 8TKOBLE, dealer In new and sec ond band goods. Cash paid for sec ond band goods. Cheapest place to buy nouseboia goods iltt H, Court. Phone 7iw. Notices Notiie. .., , .. . My office Is now located at M 3 west Webb St., over the Workingmen's Clothing store, rooms 9 and 10, where I -will be pleased to meet my old pa tients as well as the new. DR. LOR ETTA H STARBA. ' Chiropractor. D. W. BAJLET. Attorney at Law. Rooms 7. 8. t, Despaia Building.- GEO RGB W. COTJTT8, Attorney at Law. Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER SMTTHK. Attorneys at Law. Office In retue of American Na tional Bank Building. FEE St FEE. Attorneys at Law. In Despaia Building. Offlos a. x. KKATOR. Attorney at Law. Boon 14, Smith-Crawford Building. S. A. NEWBERRY, Attorney Bmith-Crawford Building. at Law,- PETERSON ac BISHOP. Attorneys at Law. Booms a and 4. atcatisi-craw- ford Building. FOR KALE OR RENT Call or write W. H. ' Ann street. A - r, room house Morrison, 718 C. SWANSON A E. R. DtiPuli. Kmfc mates given free. All work auar. anteed. We build anything, city or country work. , -Phone. I42M. Auto Hire.' D. B. Waffle; touring, Charles Caw phono 7. city trips Notice to the Public. All persons are hereby notified that they must Immediately cut amT re move il weeds from either In front of or on their premises. "'" J;-M-. HEATHMAX Street Commlswloner. The best job you will ever get will come to you through s want ad. Naming ships of theiavy aftof.-eol. l?ges may now be revived, owlftg to the number of ships and the scarcity of desiruhlo names. Hence there Is a chance that Admiral Dewey's sarcastic recommendation that some cruiser be colled- 'The Massachusetts institute of Technology" will yet be curried out. :i PORTLAND SATURDAY L- II . 1 I I ...JL.... , ' JUDGE- THOS. F. RYAN Proi-esit Assistant State Treasurer ii V . 'S '' . BKPriiLICAX CAXDIDATK STATE TREASURER mini nim nr niTTir NMhi i n i I r I ill 1 1 1 r fuiKht- "''"!h ttft-rc a a f"' UllinLL llUll Ul Utl I I LL;um of 'arrivals In mixed loads. Total run., for the opening day was small compared with last week but even i this did not Induce buying at the start. Generally speaking the market ln- dlcaled- a fairly steady tone for hogB, .although there was little keenness among 'killers to take hold. General hog market range: Prime mixed 817.40W17.S0 Medium mixed l7.0Oif017.2S Rough heavies 1 6.00 1025 Pigs 14. B01jl IS. 50 MuMiin Murkft riteody. Arrivals in the mutton division at North Portland were fractionally greater than the nominal showing of last Monday, but the total run was small, , I ' Market Indicated a steady appear- j ance at the start of the week with.! prices 'practically unchanged. j General sheep and lamb range: 1 14.004 15.00 I East of- mountain lambs 217-60'6 18.50 I 12.0013.00,j Valley lambs 1 7.00 18,00 ; 8.60W 10.60 I Tearllngs 15.004j) 15. B0 8.00 S) 9.U0 Wethers , IS.OOif 13.40 Ewes- lS.OOdi 12.50 Shorn sheep and lambs 1 1-2 to c less than loads. , , JAMES B. PERRT. Attorney at Law. Office over Taylor Hardware Company. itAI.K X aV BALKY, Attornays at Law. Office tn American, National Bank Building. , , .; S. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Connsei lo. . Ue. Office In DmosIb Bldsv JOB PRINTING nlan. off lee. at the East Oregon ! j Portland. Or.,; May 14 It was a small run all around at North Port land over Sunday and It was a most uiivatisfactory markutt start the week with. The big people did their usual stunt by parading a bunch of fat cnttte through the yards to show the shippers that they were at their mercy and therefore wanted cattle only at their own price. There was nothing at all doing In the trade at the start of the day; the trend being slow and the market re flected further weakness. tJeperal cattle range: Prime steers 815.25 16. SO Good to choice stoers. . Medium to good steers; Fair to medium steers. Common to fair steers. Medium to good cows and heifers ......... 8. 00f 10.00 1 Choice cows and heifers 12.00 i 1 S-00 Common to good cows and heifers 9.00 800 Cnnners 8.500 5-50 Cnlves 8.75 (!? 13.00 Stockers and feeders... .00i 10.00 Hog Valuee About Steady. Only two full loads of. swine enter- REALTY TRANSFERS ' Dceffls.' ' ' i A. E- Slddens et tlx to- Everetle J. King 82250, lot 3 block 24, Arnold St Haley's addition. Pendleton. ' Augusta Amayon to Dan P- Smythe 800, tK 1-4 NE 1-4 and E 1-2 8K 1-4, Section 33, township 1 I range- 84. John A. Foster et ux to Leon a M. Moreland, 81. Mete and bound SB 1-4 section 20, township 8 north range 35. . W.'W. yasser et in: to J. B. Eads. $10. Meto and bound section 12. township 6 north, range 35. ' L. Monterastelll et ux to William H. George 31500. Lot 5. block 69, Res ervation addition. Julia Farrow Thomas to Ezra Far row 23555.65. NIC 1-4 section 28, township s north, range 34.' ' ' j - Mat Mosgrove to J. JO Kelly 8280 NE 1-4, SK 1-4 section 32, township 6 north, range 37- j. nianton et ux to Haltie t. Lots 2 and SU. block 4, Rogers, 822U0. Milton. W. H. Ollnger et ux to A. a Na, ! Kel, 81. Lots 5. 6, Vancil'a addition. I Milton. t ' G, W. Ingle et ux to W. E. Daum. i Lots l, 2. 7 and 8, block 7. Milton. j W. E Daum et ux to ft W. Ingle, I Lots 1. 2. block 7, Milton. . i Henrietta A. Herman to a . n. north, J Hamack, 81S. Lot , 10, block , i . j Hermiston. J Floyd B. Jenks et ux to Maggie R unHors -iooo. w 1-2 ne 1-4 and w i- SB 1-4 section 20, township 2 north, range 28. cnui vy attack fails PARIS, May 13. There Is artlllery on both sides of the Avre, It is officially reported today. The French penetrated the German lines near Nomeny capturing prisoners. A Ger man surprise attack near St.ie fall- av ed DOINGS OF THE DUFFS TOM GETS HOT SOONER THAN HE EXPECTED. "Tlta voters of this State need men 'who untlrratand the work which It Is their duty to do; and men with capa city to do the duties which devolve up on them; men who are honest, fear lew and patriotic; men who are Am ericans. Kuch a nirin ! Judge Thou. F. Itynn." Canby Now. "For seven years he has served Ore gon as Assistant Btato Treasurer with exceptional efficiency. To htm Is large . ly due the present hfKh' standing of the treasury department. The Na tional examiners have Riven th de partment arcdit for performing more work with less money than any other treasury In the Union, and also with having the bust mtralated nnd most efficient office." Kvetilna- Telegram. "Thou. F. ltyan. I'. U. M., onndldnte for tho office of Hlnto Troaurty has been the efficient deputy fxr tl past seven ywirs and has made (food in thnt position. ponsefwos an intimate knowledge of the duties It involves, Is rapublr). honest and courteous. We have an uhidirtff faith In Hro. Kyun'a ability, expertence and suiwrlor fit ness to flit this important position. ' Pncifie Oddfellow. As an active member of the Oranee, he has worked consistently for the builtlintr ot (rood roads from farm to limrlftrt; for horticultural and amictil tnrni leKistatinn; and for practical drainnKC, trxigation, and rural credits taws. JtPfcld Adv.), . - I Everyone Should Drink: Hot Water - in the Morning Y Wash away all the stomach, liver, and bowel pot tons before brcakfaat. To feel you heKt day In anif day out ' to feel: clean Inside; no sour bile to coal your tonue and sicken your breath or dull your head, no conirtlpa tlon. bilious attacks, sick headache, colds, rheumatism or sassy, acid stom ach, you must bathe on the Inside lika you bathe outside. This Is vastly more Important, because the skin pores do not n-bsorhe Impurities into the blood while the bowel pores do, says a well known physician. . To keep these poisons and toxins; well flushed from the- stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, drink before breakfast each, day, a gloss of hot water with aHeaspoonful of limestone: phi rsp hate In It. Thtw will cleanse, purify and freshen the entire alimen tary tract before "-putting more food Into the stomach. Get a quarter pound if limestone phosphate from your phnrmnclst. It l lnexMnslve and almost tasteless. except a sotirlNh twin we which Is not unpleasant. Drink phosphated hot water every morning to rid your sys tem of these vile pobions and toxins; also to nrevent their formation. To feel like young folks feel; llkel you felt before your blood, nerves and muscles became saturated with an ac cumulation of body poisons, beffin this treatment and above all, keep It tip. As soap and hot water act on the skin olcAiistnjr, sweeten In and purifying. so limestone phosphate and hot watet bt-fure breakfast, act on the stomach, liver, kidneys and bow!. ToMofcRO AS FAR. I'M THOUGHT OF HO. COAL KILLS WILL VCEJ MC COOL -UIS mA BiABSSJ Birr wwi. it "SeU "" ' .--' " ' : - - ' ' - OMTHJOI3 ; CLEAfl-UP and RAiriT-UP SEE t- T ?' "J Ttt ft"'" 4 ale j& Hascall For Paints. Wall Paper Varnishes . and competent mechanics to put it on. Prompt service and all work guaranteed. ; We Solicit Your Patronage HALE & HASCALL 807 Main St Phone 6C0 SOME GEU'mAH WAMT3 1C SPEAK YtWl SO' oh ps Foam .mistah 8V3XA . J3 All right It II II I .4 II I - ' w - I Hello MR tXlFF-Tiiis IsTWS CHESTNUTtOAL CU-I CALLED Noi LK T& oufSiEiT THAT You Put w Mew witebs coal ifVLH' ftt6Ht W Sou MAW HAVE. TROUBLE rr Jettim6 ahh rrrr rnf.,-1 i Eat Ice"Gream EVERYDAY Get your pint or quart and take it with you when you go home. We Deliver Anything Above One Half Gallon Everything we sell is made in Pendleton not in Germany or Portland. Help to keep Pendleton and Umatilla county growing by patronizing home in dustry. . i . Everything Pure and Wholesome. Pendleton Creamery 41 Main St , rhone4ii ir:;-. . .