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EJGT1T PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918. page sitvrr? '"'''"'isjaw ' " mnM amiXiUM mmum Npti?es, Business Opportunities, Locals,. Host, Found, :For Kent, Etc., Classified for Easy Reference. "-' - tar' 'ririiTiwiiW stair i' irmMMrti "Ihniinifciinn NEW TODAY I MVn TOD AT. Bach Bw advertisement will be run under "New Teas for toe -first Insertion only. During subsequent Insertions of the-ad It will appear under Its proper elaaalflcatlon. For Rent UTJRNISHED APT, Hamilton Court HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 601 Clay. FOR RENT Sawing machine of all makes, $1.00 per weak. 13.00 per month. McCIIntook and Simpson. 400 B. Court, FURNITURE FOR SAL.E, cheap. Ap- j., Ply 215 w Court after 7:30 p. FOlt-KlONT Store roomin Lamont, .Wash., for general, merchandising. Inquire Lament State Bank, Ijomont, Wash., or 4. p. Alexander, Walla Walla. Wash. FOR RENT Furnished apt. with Bleeping porch and furnished sleep ing room. Inquire. 602 Water St. WANTED Car with driver familiar jvttu Pendleton country, by day or necg. Appiy at jiotei nt George oxter 10 o'clock Sunday Walter Quires .FITHNITURM FOR KALIiand house to rent Inquire Dean Long, Pen dleton Cycle Co., 228 B- Court. . I'.'OR MAUE rCheap, 1S17 Btudebaker and 1916 Overland, both. In good condition Inquire Overland Pendle ton Co FOR RENT SLEEPING room, 300 Willow. Phone482R. Wanted ROY WANTED AtKopper Kettle. WANTED Good, clean rags, at The East Oregonlan office. WANTED. Sewing, phone 482-W. For Sale FOR SALE Wheat hay. Pendleton, Ore. D- B. Bell, FOR RENT OR SALE Small houss. Enquire 621 Maple or phone 230M. FURNISHED APARTMENTS, .. close In. 401 Aura. WANTED By the U. ft. government - ambitious. Intelligent men and wo men to enter civil service. Short hours. Paid vacations. Prepare through sure, easy home study meth od- International Correspondence School Post Office Box 6.97, Pen dleton, Oregon. ' " " -L - '1 ' I WANTED Employment by expert fsteam and gasoline engineer. Addrefin Hox 6, Kent, Sherman Coun'.y. Ore. FOR RENT Furnished rooms and apts. 407 W. Alta. Phone 1177W. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. W. Copeland, 223 E. Washington street FOR RENT Cool, comfortable fur nished ' room, two blocks "Yrom Main street. Apply 307 W. Court. WANTED Position on ranch, .cook , house preferred, by experienced wornan cook. Call 219.W. 901 S It. p. WANTED Work either In town or on ranch by reliable boy. Inquire 124 Jeff Davlvs. Lost KXPBIiiENCKD) GIRL wants to tako care of children on Saturdays. Phone 791t- FOR RENT Ijite model typewriters. Pattnn's Parbcr Shop. . $300 Month Income Of Guinea Fig Farm BERKELEY, pal., July 12. When one can make something llko $300 a month, raising guinea pigs, the "vest pocket" form becomes an actuality. " There's a clever woman In llerke Vy, Cal., who Is making a speclulty of raising these little, animals for the University of California laboratories. Site's Mrs. Maude Dameroo, and her guinea pig pens are devoted ex clusively to the use of the scientists at the big university of the west. They use them to obtain serum to fight different diseases. Mrs. Dameron has eight pens, each containing five pigs, full-blooded Knu. Inh Cavles, and she raises on an aver age three dozen a month. When they weigh six ounces, they go to tho labo- .day. ratorles. FOlt pENT Furnished- housekeep ing rooms for adults only. Phono 2t0V. ' ' F1VI0 ROOM HOl'SU for rent, and furniture for aalo: Phone .671. LOST Wire wheel and tire for Ca. ofllas on reservation road. Finder notify Quelle restaurant or Cus La Fontaine. Reward. FOR SALE NEW and second band Sewing Machines. Singer. Whit. New Horn and The Free Machine. MoCllntock at Simpson. 400 JB. Court. Attorneys rHBO EL SCHMIDT. Attorney at Law. Room 24, Smith -Crawford Bids. FOR SALE! 16-Inch electric fan. In quire Patton's Barber Shop. FOR 8ALB Good 6-room bouse and garage on North Side with furni ture, also. Three other good pieces of town property. Phone SI 7. B. F. Dupuls. FOR SALE A good work horse, spring wagon, double set of-' har ness, new top buggy and harness. In quire Bos 115. Stanfleld, Ore. FOR SALE Brood sow with six pigs, anout 1 montn 01a, Address B. B. Eastridge, R. No. 1. Pendleton. D. W. BAILEY. Attorney at Law, Rooms 7, I, , Despaln Building, Auctioneers GEORQB W. COUTTB. Attorney Law. Room 17, Schmidt block. CARTER 8MTTH8, Attorneys at Law. Office In rear of American Nf uunw piu DUIAUIua. FEB e FEB. Attorneys at Law. Office B. L XBATOR, Attorney at Law. Boos a, omita-crawrora Buiiains. a. A. NBTWBERRY, Attorney rjmitn-tjrawrora juunaing. at Law, PETERSON BISHOP, Attorneys at Law. Rooms I and 4. Smita-Craw. ford Building-. FITXURES AND LEASE for sale In one of the best business locations in Pendleton. Address 30M", this office. THE ALICE SHINING PARLORS la open and ready for business. - For ladles and gents, at 609 Main street. JAMES B. PERRY, Attorney at Law. Office over Taylor Hardware Com pany, f HALEY ft RALET. Attorneys at Law. Office In American National Bank Building;. 1 ' S. A. LOWELL, Attorney and Counsel lor at law. ornce in DesDsla Hide. COL. W. .T. TOHNKA. Auction - makes a specialty of farmers' stock and machinery sales. The man that gets ydu the money." Leers orders al cast oregonlaa Office, Draymen CALL PENLAND BROS.' VAN to move your household goods. Tele phone tit. Also baggage transfer ring and heavy hauling. W. A. MILES, baggage, transfer and d ravage. ' Office phone 149. Sea. T49R. " . , . Miscellaneous I BUY ALL KINDS ot Junk at top prices. Iron and sacks a specialty. Pacific Junk Caw J. .8. Jonas, prop. 617 Cottonwood street. " JULY CLEARANCE SALE beginning Saturday, June-29, on all rummer millinery. Campbell's Millinery. Cleaners Foil RENT Reasonable, utoie room on Muin street. Front and rear entrance. Phone 561. ' GUCL TO IHtlVK .MILK VGON. Daughter of Millionaire A PI 'Hi for ttiiqucj ,lob uml .JiUiidM It. MARIMTTA, O., July '12. Miss Dorothy Dawes, daughter'' of B. M. iJawes, millionaire president of the Ohio Cities Gas 'Co., has decided to leave a luxurious mansion In. Colum bus and the summer houso of the fnmlly to "do her bit" by--driving a milk wagon In this city. James Devol of Musklnum, hor employer, was crisp when reporters interviewed him to- IF Itl.'DD CAN'T cle.ui yr,i;r suit, throw It away. 106 W. Webh street. Phone 680. $econd-IIand Dealers FOR SALE3 7 head of ' good Work horses and two wagons Dutch Ifenry Feed yard. Farm Implements FOR -SALE Case 40 Touring car. Will make good service . car. Alta Auto Radiator ft Lamp Works. 70 1 E. Alta. - Inquire at j.HB "NON-SKip-V Weeder gets all wie weeus ino iiret lime uvor ui, field. Saves one-third .the time and does lota better work. Order now, Pendleton Weeder works. 632 Cotten wood St. ' Every useful thing should be used, Sell that used article to somebody who needs It through the classified. ; pay. V. STROBI.E. dealer In new and seo ond hand goods. Casta paid for seo nd hand goods. Cheapest place to buy oiisehold goods. H0 . Court. Phone I71W. ' Architect KAIMOND W. HATCH. Architect. De spain building. Phone 768, Pendle ton. Oregon. A majority of classified messages may be clearly told In less than fifty words. 60,000 -Minister WiUi Allies. "Miss Dnwea wanted the Job and I! Mure than 60,000 ministers of the hired her," rnid he- "There Is a j gospel of various denominations, nre scurclty of men- for the work." (With tho allien In France. About 20. MIks Dawes will receive regular ; 000 are with the Red Yosh; tho'rest 1 are In the ranks. Notices Noticd to. I'armerH. We will buy 50 tons alfalfa hay; also 30 tons wheat hay. Phone 338. Penland Bros. Transftr. "For Sale CARPEXT,E;R3 6.60, laborers $4.60, per 8 hours. Three month, work. Join union carpenters SIS to Join, la borers $10, payable In easy payments. 923 Commerce Street, Tacoma, Wash. Don't write but come now. '- Chiropractor FOR SALE 160 acres farm land in, Idaho for Pendleton, property- In quire 609 Ma ile street or phone 230R Notice. Found One Iron grey home, brand ed with W with question mark above on left shoulder. Weight about 1000 pounds. Mitchell Lloyd, Pendleton Oregon. In writing a classified ad be specific, definite. Generalities befog your mes sage.-. A frank, concise, .-factfu! ad will prove to the capable worker that his services are needed. To find, to cnjulre or to sell- the classified. .,s ' -us FOR SALE Self-propelled gas. Holt combined harvester. WRI trade for ground power machine or city property. Machine practically new. only cut few hundred acres. Inquire or address Geo. Peebler, Fendletcn, Ore. ' FOR SALE Team mules, '5 years old. $225, and team mules 6 and 8 years old. ' Call 25F15, Athena. - Contractors and Builders. C. SW. ANSON A E. R. DuPuls. Esti mates given free. All work guar anteed. We build anything;, city of country work. Phone 24 3M. DR. LORETTA H. STARBA, Chlro praetor 103 West We, lib St. Room 10. Office hours 9 to 12 a. m. 1:30 to S p. m. Examination free. Office phone 583. Residence phone 1169. ! TTMIS . CARD Weston-Pendleton Auto Stage Leaves Weston for Pendleton at 7:41 a. m. and 12:46 p. m. Leaves Athena for Pendleton at t:60 ' a. m. and 1:00 p. m. ' Leaves Adam for Pendleton at 8:38 1 ' a. m. and 1:20 p. m. . " ' Leaves Pendleton (Allen-Knight ' Store) for Weston at 19 a m. and 4:00 p. m. '' ""' AU WAVORTRJ Mm Win ar cot riw aifat CLAgSIirialD IflfUSOTOftg. Counting six ordinary word ta the line and charged by . the lias, ; ' Want ada and locals. Matea Mstev First Insertioa, per line las Kach add. insertion, per Una ee Oae week (six Insertions), each Insertion, per line l 2 mo. each Insertion, per line 4a 6 month contract, each in sertion, per line . ta 12-month contract, each Inser tion, per line 9a No ada taken, for lesa thaa 26 - Ads taken ever the telepkona only from East Oreironlan sub scribers and those listed la the Telephone Directory. Cony must be In our office not later thaa f .1:10 o'clock day of publication). 'f pl8TINCriSIIKI OFTICBrt IS t ntoH. jimv nrxaofv VANCOUVER, B. C, July 12. The Colonel Joseph Boyle mentioned la lajt night's dispatch from Paris as having received- a Roumanian deco ration, is from the Canadian Yukon. and recruited the Yukon machine gun contingent, every man a six footer, which went oversea, with re inforcements! toj the fjrst Canadian expeditionary forces Iri the spring of 915. "They trained la thin city un til their departure for overseas. Some time ago It was reported Colonel Boyle had been decorated for serv ices performed In Russia. NAVAL TOUR UV. aWCRFJMKt House Memliem to Insnett Activities In War Zone. WASHINGTON, July ' 12. Chair. man Padgett and other' members of the house naval 1 affairs committee will leave on' ft battleship this month make a tour of Inspection of the naval activities in the Kuropean war- zone. " -You may have profitable business relations for' years to come with tome. one you will come to know first thru your next classified ad! Why not assume that, your next tenant Is a reader of the classified and get in touch with him at once T SAL-HSU ItOY; Ij FIRST PICKED FOR TRATOIXa AXNAPOLIS July 12. Sergeant Pierson E. Conradt of the marina corps of Salem - Ore.. . a membet of the class, was the first man front the marine corps to be named by Sect retary Daniels under- the law pro-, vldlngj for the entrance each year ot 100 enlisted men. . LADIES! DARKEN YOUR GRAY- HAIR t .? i t t'RB tiltAXIOIOTIIKR'S KAt'.K TICA ANI M1iPIUH'AM NO-" k ItOHY -WILL XOV. Fulr to medium steoiu. . S OOfil 9.00 Common to fair steers. . . 6 00J 8.00 Choice cows anil heifers 8.50 'ip 9.00 Medium to sood rows and heifers 6.00 760 Fair to medium cows and Cannera 1.60 4 4.50 Bulla 6.00 8.00 Calves 8.50011.60 Stackers and feeders... 7.010 9.00 Mulloii Market Ktmuir. The mutton market opened strong today, after tho activity of late Weu- I'riees were from 60c to $1 -before und mutton was Sales were brisk with a 1 The ue of Sage and Sulphur for re storing tyulwl, gray hair to its natural color dales hack , to grandmother's time. She used It to keep hor hair nesduy. beautifully dark,, glosxy and attractive, j better thnn Whenever her hair took on the dull ! In .demand. faded or streaked appearance, this! good demand and fair qualltv of of ' flip Pie mixture was applied with i ferine Wonderful effect. East of mountain lambs.. $13. 50 14-00 .But brewing at home Is mussy andValley lambs 13.00fi13.50 out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking ntj Yearlings 9 0OW10.O0 and drug store for a 60-cent bottle of j Wethers 8.00 If 9.00 "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com-1 -l'-wen e.Srtftj) 8.00 pound." you will get this famous old O. A. C. MAKES GOOD MILITARY SHOWING - O. A. C, July 12 For general military efficiency no group of men In training at' tho Presidio from Pa cific coast institutions make a better showing than did the 171 studenu from t. A. v., according to those who havo returned front the camp which opened June.l and. closed July 3- Company M composed of state college men, took leading rank and George V. Robinson, acting- captain. received the highest grade for best appearance as an officer Captain Hulilnson will be sent back to O. A, C. by tho government next fait to fin fsh his work In civil engineering. chairman of the board. While this la not sufficient money to fully complete the plant, it can be put in oieratiun and money obtained through the sale of lime to finish the plant. The demand for lime Is particularly . urgent at this time be cause of war conditions. ' preparation. Improved by the addtlon of other Ingredients, which can" be de pended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. , .A well-known downtown druggist says It darkens the hair so natnrully and evenly that nobody enn tell It has been applied. You simple 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 an other application or two It becomes beautifully dark and glossy. , Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Com pound It a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire a more youthfu appearance. It la not intended for the cure mitigation or prevention of disease. Sheep Score Good i , Price Advance on ' ' Portland Market BASI-aiALL, YESTKIt DAY'S 4ast lai;iio. Onkland 1, Sacramento 5. I ah Angeles 2. San Francisco 1. Vernon 5, Salt Lake 2. AiiM-riean Ixaiio. Boston 4, Chicago 0. New York 0. Cleveland 1. Washington 6, Detroit 8. Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 5. National League. CHICAGO. 4-3, Boston 3-2. St. Louis 2, Philadelphia l. j-ittsourg 5, New York 4. Clnclnnutl 7, Brooklyn 3. STATE LIME PLANT TO OPERATE AUGUST 1 O. A. C, Corvallls. July 12. The State Emergency Board, , havlni, granted $r0O to tho Oregon State Line Board, the state plant at Gold 11111 should be I operation by Au gust 1 if there is no hitch in obtain ing tho necessary equipment prompt ly, according to Dean A. M Cordlojr, T. R. ASKS RETURN OF $40,000 NOBLE . PEACE PRIZE FUN.D WASHINGTON, July 12. Theo dore Roosevelt today asked congress to return to him the Nobel peace prize fund. $40,000. which he donat ed to assist In promoting Industrial peace and which has never been used. . He said he proposed to expend It In war relief work through the Red Cross, Y- M. C. A., Knights Of Colum bus, Jewish war fund and other re lief organisations. Youth Gives Blood To Save Comrade here. 'Tho man killed was Thomas Koo ney. 25 years old, of Murfreesboro, , Tenn-, a hostler. Kooney was thrown PARIS, July 12. A fine example between two cars by the impact. of sacrifice has Just been shown by " Kthelbert Warfield. son of Dr. W. E- r..m. Rparlv fnr w..,rfteM r ohnmher.honr p,. w uniany is Keaciy ior field, who ia only 21 years old, was Peace, But Allies Not i accidentally wounden on June 21, THE HAGUE, July 12. Germany White convalescent he learned that repeatedly has manifested Unmlstak- Put an end to that delay In renting that house or apartment through getting your message to the readers of the classified. wounded United States marine needed blood to ave his life and Im mediately offered to . submit to the transfusion himself. Luckily,' War field Is recovering; from the double shock. CIRCl'S THAI.V RUNS INTO REAR OF UMITKD; OXfc MAN K1LLKI) Section or Tlaraum and Bailey Show , In Aei-ldent on tho Erie Railroad in Ohio. YOUNGSTOWN, O.. July lS.One man was killed In a railroad accident at 6 o'clock this morning when Bar num and Bailey Circus Train" No. 2 crashed Into the rear end of the Erie Railroad's New York-Chicago Lim ited at G4rnrd, four miles west of ably her readiness for. peace, which, however, never has been entertain ed by the opposing powers. ' 'This fs the reply of the German empress to a letter written by Mme.epong. wife of the Dutch minister of war, on' be half of Dutch mothers to the consorts Of the belligerent sovereigns and heads of states concerning peace.' DOINGS OF THE DUFFS APPRBCIATIOX SHOWX f IIFS4CXKR OF YOCTH , PORTLAND, July 12. Friends of Lolce Johnson, a 13 year old lad liv ing1 at Metzger station, are bestow ins upon G. V. Jorgnon of the United States Steel Products company evi dences of appreciation for hU saving I the life of the boy at Oswego lake on the Fourth of July. Yoxingr Johnson and several others . .w r.-, were in a boat on the lake when Jt IT WAS OLIVIA'S DAY TO ENTERTAIN HER SEWING CLUB ! capped. Fred Fred Peters seized the hoy and started to swim toward the shore, but being a poor swimmer, had to let go to save himself. Jorgenson, swimming afong be hind the boat, seized Johnin as he Vias ninkitig the third time and swam with him toward shore. Another boat putt Ins out finally took bth on board IF KIDNRYS ACT BAD TAKE SALTS S.ys BACKACHE IS SIG..V YOU HAVE ltKSKX EATING' TOO 'Ml'CH Ml-JVT "PORTLAND. Ore.. July 12. Bub-: stantlal Increases were scored In 1 ahoep quotations during late snlei Wednesday afternoon and this morn- Ing. IteceiiKs were not heavy and the demand for mutton sprang up suddenly, bringing the market up. Hogs remained at the same figure as the previous day, with the demand steudy and tho tone firm, former val ues being well maintained. General hog range: Prime mixed $I7.0T 17-Cii Medium mixed 16.7eW17.Ss Kough heavies I.00 16.60 Pig, 15.7i4 16.26 j ("attic Market Good. Cn'ttle held their own at North Portlnnd today, without any surprls. In. the way of prices. Values were the same as previously, with no tops ...... ... ,. H-nerul rattle market range: , !J Prime steers 1 S.uo W I J.oo ' Good to choice wteers... 11.006 12.00 ' Medium In good steers.. aoi'4rto.ot ,'. ... . .. tat, of Ohio. City of Toledo, I-ures Cuuntr. ee. . rrsni ). CnetK-r axkes nets thet be k eenlnr B,rin,r nt the ftris of K. J Chrfiei a Co.. Join, emlee hulie I'll, ot 1'oledo, , t Oudit euil Htete srrnkatd. ami ttiat Mia , j firm will pay the eins ( UNK ItlMHtKU ; I lnl.l.Alts for rar and erry . rM j V 1 atarra tnat rannni D- rirwr By lut uee ; U4I.LU CATAkllll MKlMt'lNK. J IKA.h t lir..-,r.T. - J were to before me and euberrihert Mrs. r.-elyn Thomas hss been chosen " rTeTi- 'h" aV uuS1 chnsten a new destroyer with the H-l Netary I'obik name of her htisbund. Lieutenant Halle Catarrh VMMd. HI a ken Inters Clarence Thomas, who was one of the. alls- and e.'m thrtih the lilood on the , a en . ... ... llo'mn Si.rfa.-ea of tb. KfUm. Bend fo. ,lrKt American officers to lose his life, tatinirmia:a. fre. In tho war. He went down on the, ,C,iKNr,T, 2 TQ,t6a- "' OU Unker Vacuum, which was sunk 5n.Ti.S pstlpatlca. "tt the Ifu.h coast early In 1617. I B CA, . I loSSSaW L lllSffl ' 6"J. r-SLTAW ' i 5E-o M ro nim Lm"!J U.tes. TAXi:- TAXI! f. II roit iikic iii-:ho HisnAxn A u L ' " jyW r"" uiiifin.j R v S & 's3 e.0&--. ISM H" 'Ki- t.r- Z ."-'Vjj j ' --- -f . . ' ,.a. ' VtHlt-E I WU THIS MerjJbZl Jc v Hr A iswoaa. Kiwcart I '."'' J ' ' ' ; Vriw k . .. ' ki ' 11 mmi? r fr aftwJ). T,T L-... I i t , r i ' ' fi '..- H,i. . . ..-.T-rfi7v..u Mr"ii v i "'K - 'x... mmKsmmm j asaas v- r -Hl-pf.- - . -i GltASSIIOPPEKS EATING CHOPS IN SACRAMENTO REDDING, Ca!., July 12. Grass- :hoppers sweeping through the north ern Sacramenta valley are threaten jing great damage to crops, accord , ;lna; to reports from ranchers reach ling here today. LIFT OFF CORNS! JIHISK.XT IIHIT AT ALT AXI) CTiSTS OV1.Y FKVT" tXTs "When you wake up with bale k ache and dull misery in the kidney region it generally means you have been eat ing too much meat, rays a well known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kidneys In their effort to filter it from the blood and they become sort of paralysed and lossy. When your kidneys get slug gish, and clog you must relieve them like you relieve- your bowels; remov ing all the -body's urinous wattle, elsa you have backache ick headache, dizzy spells: your stomach sours, ton gue is coated, and when the weather Is bad v you have rheumatic twinges. jThe urine is cloudy, full of sediment. channels often get sore, water scaJaa and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night.' Either consult a good. reliable physician at once or get from , your Pharmacist about four ounces of Jat Salts; take & table&poonfui in a glass of water before breakfast Tor a-l few days and your kidneys will then act fine. 'This famous salts' is made froyi the acid of grapes and lemon juice. combined with lithla, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids In the urine o It no longer Irritates, thus- ending bladder weakness Jad Salts is a life saver for regular meat eaters. It la inexpensive, cannot Injure and makes a delightful, effer vescent lithla-water drink SOCIETY REU.R HELPS ni'N ,1 R. ItMMtOAD SYSTEM Magic! Just drop a little freezone cn that touchy corn. Instantly it atop aching, then you lift the corn iff with ,the fingers. Truly! No humbug. Hp " A 7 '.MISS r."H.TfeRADT Try FreeTone! Your dmc-l-'t sells 1 a tiny buttle for a few cents, sufficient I , to rid your feet of every hard corn, j ft run, or corn between fie toes, I Miss Brady holds the highest Joh a jand calluses, without one .:uU.-le of woman eer held In the railway world. Pain. tu.reneKi or irritation- I-Yeexone She U secrt-tary to Oscar Price, Me j Is the discovery of a notvtl C'inciiinuli Adot.'s confidential secretary. Mrs. genius. jGrady la a Washington society lell.