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m' Jt,.-- . PAGE PEVKN t pen f PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTE I immnnliTiiTi- -4 fcn . 1 " ,r r) Notices, Business" Opportunities Eocals, Bost, Found, Fdr . ' '' X.,, 7 . idj mi a sv. .ar m ,. . .... . jt . . .... .-a iimi 1 1 - NEW TODAY . bwit today, v.. (.",. ...... jaaeV hw saTrtlsmBt will be run under ! TsaBr- (or tas first Insertion only. DurlDij subsequent Insertions of tbe ae W will auear aatw Its prone FOR. BALE- Jersey .milk tow, $6S. . Inquire C. A. Frot, W7 W. Webb, FOR SALE 60 ton wheat hay, with I good feeding grounds, having plan ty of water, l'rfce reasonable. For . particular writ M. H. Blatt, McKay P. O., Oregon. ' . " JtKW TOO AY. FOTl BAL.Fi A riunVber of 5 and 10 ' gallon cider keg. Ft. P. Simpson, Bungalow Billiard Hall. IN POUND. The following described animals have been taken up by the marshal ot the City of Pendleton, to-wlt: ' 1 sorrel mare yearling, branded 6 on left shoulder. 1 sorrel mare two years old, brand ed on left shoulder. t If said animals are not -claimed by the owners or those entitled to their possession, costs and expenses paid and taken away within ten days from the date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. on the 26th day of September 118. said animals will be sold to the high est bidder, at public auction, for cash, at. the City Pound, In said City of Pendleton, the proceeds of such sale to be applied to the payment or sucn corns and expenses of making sale. , Dated this 13th day of September, 191S At. ROBERTS. City Marshal. For Rent APT AND IlOOM AIVTA APTS. FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court. HOUBMKKEPINO ROOMS, 601 Clay. FOR SALE! Modern house and four lots, with garage. 225 Pendleton, Ore. 8. fl. Butler, 1113, Indiana Ave., Spokane, Wash. FOR HA LB Overland Country Clnb. Driven less than three months. 800. Good condition.. Phone 604 W. Berlin Reports Resistance, Admits Gain by French Bronchitis follows Ifnrt. HOOD RIVBrtf Sept. 13. Mrs. Thomas Rathbone, daughter of Rev Troy Hhelloy, pioneer .Odell minister, died at Washington, 'D. C, where she was engaged. la war work, of bronchi tis and'of Injuries sustained a month ago, whan run down by a bi ewer's truck. Former news to the family was that her Injuries were not seri ous. ... Ia writing a classified ad be specif lo, definite. Generalities befog you rues. BERLIN, Sept. 13. French .forces which, advanced to the heights east of the Mense" were repulsed, the war office announced today regarding fighting in the Ht. Mlhlel salient and the Combers salient, which was lent temporarily .and .was ..recaptured,. Landwehr troops south of Combres are making strong resistance and Aus-tro-Hungarlans together with our troops are fighting between the Meuse and Moselle. We have assur ed the retreat of divisions standing at St. Mlhlel. Between Cote Lorraine and th Mocelle an enemy attack at Thlacourt gained ground.. Our reserves Inter- cepted the thrust of the enemy. FOR RENT SLEEPING, room,, 300 Willow. Phone 432R. FURNISHED APARTMENTS, close In. 401 Aura. WHEAT RANCH for rent, 6 miles from town. Address Box 01, Ben dleton, Ore. FURNISHED APARTMENTS close In. 777 Thompson. FOU RENT Furnished rooms and f aptsv 407 W. Alta, Phone 1177W. FOR RENT 6-room furnished house. Modern. . Adults only. Phone 654. Wanted WANTED Good, clean race. East Oregonlan. office. S4 To WANTED Be wing, phone 483-W. WANTED Girl general housework, 3 In family. Wages 126. Writs Mrs. T. a. Sinclair, Bonneville, Ore. ' caia If OR HALK 7 head .1 good work horses and two' wokohs.- Inquire el Dutch Henry Feed Yard. ' IIEMBTITCHINO at the Singer shop. , Mall orders promptly attended to. WANTED To lease wheat or alfalfa farm.. Address C- tt. Gllson, Cor vallis. Ore, WANTED Small boy with wheel. In quire Model Cleaners. WANTED To buy several head hogs, 100 to 150 lbs. Call or write Her bert Thompson, Pendleton. Ore. FOR SALE 4-cyllndor Buick. B-2S has been rnn only 12,000 miles; good tire. E. Bi Aldrich, East Ore- gonlan office. FOR SALE Five-room strictly mod . trn house; lot 60x150; will take payments. Phone 61. FOR SALE From 1 to 500 sacks first class new potatoes at market prices.. Geo. E. Attebury, Box 72, Stanfli id, Ore. WANTED Work In town by day la borer. Phone 219W or call 901 E. R. FOR RriNT 2 room, modern, house keeping apt. CIS Post or phone 266R. FOR RENT 6 rooms partialry fur nished In double house. Ryers' Park on Gear St.. Phone 644, FOR RENT 4 room house and barn on Eddy St. Inquire 720 C.isble. ; ('OR RENT Three room furnished apartment. Inquire 602 Watar Bt. FOR RENT A comfortable place for man and wife or for four hlph school boys. Phone 716 nr call 302 Tustln. Tou may have profitable business relations for years to come with some one you will come to know first thru your next classified ad T WANTED Woman to cook on ranch. Phone 4F4. CARPENTER WORK wanted. Call ' at 614 Lllleth street or phone ::02W. NIGHT CLERK wanted at St. George. Hotel. Apply at once. WANTED Shaker girls, and lronors Domestic Laundry. WANTED Girl for general house work. Inquire 20 Couble. Phone 210J. FOR SALE I .ease of rooming house, 22 rooms. Best location In Pendle ton. Address X this office. BIG 6 BUICK roadster. Owner wishes to sell this car. Price rea sonable. Apply C. & F. Motor Co. for full Information. 722 Cottonwood St. Farm Implements THE "NON-8KIP" ' Weeder gets all the weeds the first time over the field. Save one-third the, time and does lota better work. Order sow. Pendleton Weeder works. 2I Cotten- woed BC , Attorneys rHBO U. SCHMIDT, Attorney at LW Room 14. Bmltli-Crawrora uic. D. W. BAILET, Attorney at- Law Rooms 7, 3, , Despaln Building. OKORCMD W. COUTTB. Attorney Law. Room 37, Schmidt Mods. CARTER BMTTHB. Attorneys at Law. Offlee In rear of Amerleaa Na tional Bank Building. . FEB Je FEB, Attorneys at Law. In Despaln Building. B I. XBATOK, Attorney at Law. Boos s, omim-tjrawrora sunaios. t. A. NKWBBKRT, Attorsy jsmitn-urawtore; isuiiauuj. PETERSON BISHOP, Attorneys at Law. Rooms I and 4. Bmlta-Crew- tord Building. JAM Kg B. PBRRT, Attorney at Law. Cities over Taylor Hardware Com pany. RALBT RALET, Attorneys at Law. Office In America National Bank BaUdlngr. b. su Attorney and Counsel lor at law. Office la Dasoata Bids. Miscellaneous Notices ptrayml. From near Meacham, one gray mare mule, branded J B on left houlder; also ronched. , Reasonable reward for Information loading to her recovery. "Address: ; . ' ' JOHN BAIN, ! Pendleton, Ore. Box 11S, or Box 15, Mead) am Oregon. XoUce, to Contractor!. Bids will be received up to and ln :ludlng Sept. 22, for the construc tion of one sectic tank and one els- tern for school Dist. No. 39. Blue prints on file at clerk' offica, Rleth, Ore. E. J. Anthony, Clerk Dist. 3 Second-IIand Dealers V. 0TROHLE, dealer In new and see- one band koooh. (jasn paia ior eeo nd hand goods. Cheapest plaee to buy lousetaoid gooasu , xm ju. wiurw rumm 171W. Draymeit CALL PENLAND BROS.' VAN move your household goods. Tele phone 339. Also baggage transfer ring and bearr hatnlinn- Architect WANTED Woman to work by hour- Phone 296J. RAYMOND W. HATCH, Architect. De spaln building. Phone 7ft 8, Pendle ton, Oregon. WANTED Woman to stay, with baby evenings during Round-Up. 29J. WOMAN WANTS work In some store. Call evenings. 1812 W. R. R. St. or address Box 44, Pendleton. Auctioneers HOPS 3-lb. package of hops deliv ered anywhere In the U. 3. by par eel post, prepaid, $1. Address F. M. Morley, Silverton, Ore. OOU ff. .r. TOHNKA, Auctioneer, makes a specialty of farmers' stoca and machinery sales. Tbe man that geta you the money." Leave orders at trtmtt OmrAnUn ffM. THE PERSON picking up Excelsior Motor Cycle hetween Rieth and Pendleton, will please notify H. Morse, 1218 West Alta. Suitable re To find, to enjulre or to sell uee the classified. ALL ROUND-UP ushers and gate men who have served at r-revlous Round-Ups wishing employment ax this year's show report to Geo. Baer or -Elmer Turner at once.- Xost LOST Fountain pen on Main St. be tween the French Restaurant and high school. Finder phone 35SM. TIMM CARD ( . Weston-Pendleton An to stags) Leaves Weston for Peudletou-M 1:4 a. m. and 13:46 p. nx. . -Leaves Athena, for Pendletoa at a. m. and 1:0 p. m. Leaves Adams for Pendletoa at l:tf a. m. and 1:20 p. m. Leave Pendletoa '(Allea-KalgM Store) for Weston it II a. a. ana 4:00 p. m. ' II. McPBrERRIN-, Driver. GLASS OF SALTS , CLEANS KIDNEYS . IF YOVn BACK HURTS OH HI. All DKR IMyrilKHS YH1. DHIN'K l IXXTS OK WATER. and Fair to medium cows and chapter- of Mathew, prayer, helfera 4.75CT 6.76 Isong, -"Sunshine In the Soul." Canners S.00W 4.001 A ta- entmed "What relation does Bulls 6.00 8.00 the w. C. T. U. hold to the woman's the ler. Mrs. T. A. Williams. Mrs. Mary M. Schrimpf. Pendleton Next Host. 9.00 12.00 1 Calves Stock and feeders ... I.M defense?" was given by Mrs. Griswold Rlteop Market ricaa i p, of Helix, and her talk included many There were ma;,y visitor from .committee of the national council of !pendleton and Milton and the Helix townfolk gave the convention a fine When your kidney hnrt and your -back feels sore, don't get scared and Proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys and Irritate (he entire urinal y tract. Keep your kidneys clean like yo-i keep your bowels clean, by flushing Jhtm with a mild, harmlcid salts which removes the body's urinous taste and stimulates them to their iirnul activity. The function of the kidneys Is to filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain from ft r.oo grains of acid end wante. so we can readily understand the vital Importance of l.ecplng the kidneys active. Drink lots of water y.m can't drink too much; also get from any pharma cist about four ounces of Jad Salts; tBke a tablespoonful In a glnfs cf wa ter before breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts Is made from the ncld of grapes and lemon Jn'ce. combined with llthla. ana has been l'sed for generations to clean itnd stimulate clogged kidneys; also to neutralise the acids In ur n a It no longer Is a' source of irritation, thus tiding bladder weakness. Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot in jure; raekea a dellgutfnl effervescent IHr.la. water drink which everyone should take now and then tj kceni The sheep market showed firmness during the day than It has! for several deys. The market was: steady this morning with prices un-1 changed. North Portland yards re ceived 83 head. COUNTY VV:C.T.U. CONVENTION AT HELIX LARGEST EVER HELD The" annual Umatilla county con vention of the W. C. T. U. held at the Baptist church. Helix, September 11 was the largest and declared to be the beet such convention ever held In eastern Oregon. The morning devo tional and song service was conduct ed by Mrs. Minnie Wllker, president of the Helix union. An organ and violin duet by Tiny Cramer and Wil liam Alhe was followed by the sort? America by all.' Prayer was offered by Mrs. Alble, of Helix, and the con vention was then called to order by Mrs Ji C. Woodworth, county presi dent. DelegatM from Athena were Mrs. .1 A .1,- k,,t r. n. I . a V. I a ..." " " ., j,,.,..,.. h -Taylor. Mrs. Schrimpf and Mrs. Gher- no doubt you wilt wonder wh;it be came of your larkactm kidney trojla anJ North Portland Stock Yards Change From Slow to Steady Tone PORTLAND. Sept. 13. North Port land stockyards showed a little brisk ness at opening time, the dullness of Wednesday having disappeared. The market was ateady In all lines. Eight cars of livestock were received during the day. Prices In the hog market remained unchanged. Triers were several buy era on hand this morning. Two lots of hogs sold brought almost the top price. Thirty-three head of hogs weighing 177 pounds brought- 118.40 The market la steady, with receipts fair. General hog range; Prim mixed $1.60M.76 Medium mixed lt.00O19.35 Rough heavies 18.00 WIS. 60 pigs 10.00 Ol 7.00 Bulk 1.2619.60 Cattle Market Steady. Cattle market ia remaining steady and unchanged as It has for several oaya. Wednesday thetradlng was a trifle alow, but this had all disap peared this morning. Several sales brought fslrly good prices, but none commanded topi price. General cattle range: Prime ateera 3U.00O13.00 Oood to choice steers... "11.00 012.00 Medium to good steers.. .?6W 11.00 Fair to medium steers .. 8.25 Cf t.IC Common to fair steers.. 5.764s 8.25 Choice cowa and helfera 8.00 t.00 Medium to good cowa and heifers 5.759 7.2S kin: from Milton. Mrs. Ahearn, Mrs. G. W. Miller, Mrs. McQuary and Mrs. Rhanglo; from Helix. Mrs. Alble and Mrs. Minnie Walker; from Pendleton. Mrs. Gideon Brown, .Mrs. Goedecke, Mrs. J. n. Miller, Mrs. a. W. Rugg, Mrs. W. W. Hurrah, Mrs. Hutchinson. Mrs. William Milne and F. E. King. The minutes of the 1917 convention were read and 1 approved. The com roltteee appointed were the credential committee, Mrs. Minnie Walker. Helix, chairman. Mrs. F.' IE. King. Pendleton, and Mrs. Gherkin of Athe nai press committee, Mrs. Shangle. Milton, chairman, Mrs. Griswold, He lix, Mrs. Taylor. Athena, and Mrs. Walter Jones, Pendleton; nominating committee. Mrs. O. W. Rugg, Pendle ton, chairman, Mrs. Johnson, Milton, and Mrs. Alliie, Helix; resolution com ni lit tee. Mrs. J. G. Miller Pendleton, chairman; Mrs. Schrimpf, Athena, and Mrs. Ahearn, Milton. Work Show Increase. A song by three Helht high school girls was followed by reports of coun ty officers and superintendents, which were good and showed a large In crease of work over last year. The reports of the unions were also splen did, showing much patriotic and Red Cross work. The Pendleton union had the honor of having the yarn superintendent, Mrs. F. E. King, who was given a vote of thanks for her services. Noontide prayer preceded adjourn ment at 12:4 5.swhen the entire com pany was ushered Into the banquet room where a bountiful feast was served and every one enjoyed the noon time until 2:10 o'clock. Work of W. C T. V. IHwosard. Mrs. R. H. Shangle, of Milton, con ducted devotional services. Including a song "Where Love Shines In," the reading of verses from the eighth Don't Let Catarrh Drag You into Consumption Avoid Its Danccroofl Stare There is a mora serious gtage of Catarrh than the anno ranee caused by the itopped-up air passages, and the hawking and spitting; and other distasteful features. The real dangr comes from th tendency of the disease to continue Ita course downward untij .hultriM become affected, and then 'dreSded consumption is on your path. Your wb experience baa taught you that spTayft, inhalers, atomizers. Jellies and other local applications. S. S. S. has proven a most satisfac tory remedy for Catarrh becausa it roes direct to its source and re moves tha pfrms of the disease from tha blood. Get a bottle from your drunrist today, and be? in tha only toetcal treatment that rrves real re sults. -Tou can obtain special medical advira without chanre by writing to Medical Director, 27 wift taborar tory, Atlinta, Ca, t . . new and Interesting; points. "How can we better co-operate with other or ganizations?" tvor the subject of talks by Mra. W.' S. Ahearn and Mrs. O. W. Miller Of tho Milton union, who also contributed many idea. Thla was followed. by a discussion on "What 'are the biggest tasks for women In this World crisis?" Talks by Mrs. Shangle, Milton. Mrs. Norvell, Helix, Mrs. F. E. King, Pendleton, and Mrs. Taylor, Athena, preceded a general discussion ot the subject. Adopt Rflutfcms. A vscal duet by Mrs. O. W. Miller and Mrs. McQuary, accompanied by Ruth Shangle of Milton, was then en- Joyed and the resolution committee gave their report which was accepted. First, resolved, that we express our ap preciation to the Helix union for their cordial hospitality, to those who de lighted us with special music and for the beautiful flowers that greeted us. Further, we wish to extend our thanks to the trustees for the use of the church. Second, that we offer our thanks to the Almighty God for help and preservation during the perilous year Just passed and, third, that we extend our thanks to our state and county officers for their untiring work during the past year, especially to Mrs. Woodworth who has served us so faithfully and efficiently as county president. Fourth, that we go on rec ord as commending our county officers In attendance especially of.hinh school girls. The 1919 convention will be held in Pendleton, when the newly elected of ficers will preside. Mrs. G. W. Miller, Milton, president; Mrs. T. A. Williams, Milton, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Walter Jones. pQiMlIeton, secre tary and treasurer. Mrs. J. C. Woodworth Itelcftate. Mrs. J. C. Woodworth was unani mously elected delegate to the state convention, October 9. 10 and 11 with Mrs. Pinkerton of Milton, as alter nate. The convention then voted $10 to the state Liberty loan, bond, and In closing, sang the new verse of Amer ica and gave the flag salute. SLAIN AVIATOR WAS CHAMPION BRITISH ACK IS OIJKST DRAFTED MAN. Turned Down1, Ho Does Boat to liet to France. AURORA, III., Sept. .13. Claude Lee, 35, Is the oldest drafted man In MlHsouri to be called Into the military service. Lee, who served several years In the army, was rejected early In the sprlnj? ot 1917 for overweight. He tried many times to get in, but failed. When June 5, 1917, came, he reg- i Istered aa 31. After the matter was! Investigated he was placed In Class 1. Recently he was called, but de j ciared be was arraiu AN OLD RECIPE TO DARKEN HAIR i SAGF. TKA AX1 SIXPHI'IJ Tl'ltXS GRAY, FAORIt HA Hi DARK AND GIXtSSY. Captain J. B. McCudden, champion of the Xrltlsh aces, has been hilled on the western front by the fall of his machine from a low altitude Just after leaving the hangar. He was only 2i years old, had more than 64 air vie torles to his credit and had won all tho military decorations; he was afraid he would not j their efforts for law enforcement. pass the overseas test He dcslref to A majority of classified and pledge them our support. Res- ; do almost anythlns to get pectfully submitted, Mrs. J. Glen Mil- there." I ('over j may be clearly toM la lose than fifty word a. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS TOM WOULDN'T STICK FOR THE FINISH. OH .TOM, I FOUND Afl OtO lETTEfX JTMAT Soil W&Cft-E Me BCfoe Sot) COUi-D SAW NICE USTeM To This- .swe etheabht, Sao aqcTUe. Moiar wonderful sua. w Tweu VOCLO-TWE. MOURamAT I AM AWAW FROM SOU SEEM UKeNeARS To Me - THE HAPPIEST W KVW LIFE WIU. Be -w WuEAl I CAM CAU- t I 1 I I s 1 J H H 1 1 was Soune II I r?k ssjeiseeeB e jmr , I I 1 ' FraT I AMD -me M THE NEXT UMB HB. ""fill I WArT,T1.'Tf& PAOT J cail me his urn oriB vtorrsi- I or rr is tub viaHSoo His LITTLE .Tootsie voatsm. - . H lV,r ' . 'i,r vw DorTr sou cau. N Tnl' llrl. TWT.WWt.TOW?. I VJ)i I M I il 'S' Ic- , 11 Almost everyone knows tht Sage 7-, and Sulphur, properly ccmpounu ed. brings back the natural color and H'Hlre to the -hair wh:n faded. Btteaked or gray. Years asa th s or.Iy nav to get this mixture was t- make It tt home, which is mussy and troi-t-li'Pome. Nowadays we simply tk nt any drug store for "Wye'.h's f-ana and Sul phur Compound." You will get a large bottle of this old tiril recipe Im. proved by the addition of other Ingre dients for. about 50 cents. Kverybody ues this preparation now, because ne one can possibly tell that you darn el ed your hair, as It does it so natur ally and evenly. You dampen a ponge or soft brush with It and draw It through your hair, taking . one small strand at a time; by mornina the gray hair disappears, and after mother application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thiclt and glossy and you look years younger. Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Com pound is a delightful toilet requisite. It is hot Intended for the cure, miti gation or prevention of disease. MOTHERS ASK SAME RATE AS SOJ.DIERS 0 " J If ' r L , ... The AVar Mothers of America have appealed to director General Mc Adtio for a one-cent a mile rate to their national convention to be held tu Kvonsvllle, ind., .Sept. 1S-20. This Is the Nimp rate given their soldier wins who ko home on furloughs of 10 days or more. i , - - . , i Vi f V Tbr Is mere Catarm ta thla aecfoii at the roaatrr than all otber dlsa pat tothr. and for years It was supposea ta tw Incurable. Doctors prewrltMNl torsi remedies, aod bj foostantlj failiDR to curs with local i reai men t, pronnunci it ist mrsble. Catarrh Is a local diMeas. greatly Influraced by coostltnHonal cmllils ssd therefore requires eoiistttntluns.1 Ut ment. Hall's Vatsrrh Medicine, msaarse tured by K. J. C'beney & Co., Toledo, obkt is a constltntlooal remedy. Is taken Inters sily and sets tbrn the Itlnod on the Mu cous Surfaces of the System. One HundredJ DoTiars reward is orrerea rnr any case tnai Hall s t'atarrn Meoieine raits to cora. for clrcolartt and testimonials. P. J. CH EN EY & Co.. Toledo, OblO. Sold by 1-niKffWts. 75c. Hall s Family 1'iila for eonstlpsirtook NO HEADACHE OR NEURALGIA PAIN Get ft 18 cent package of Dr. James Headache Powders - and doa't raffer. Waeii yowr head aehss) ytm simpr must have relief of yoa will go wild. IL'h needless to aulTer wheta yoa ca take a remedy like l)r. James Head ache Powders and relieve the paia &md neurai,'ia at once. Send someone to the drug store now for a dim package of Dr. Jamea ITeadache Powders, rvnt sufTort fn a few momenta yow vill tot l tine headache gone do "Tr:ilri pain. AitMAND S The) only NEW fo powder ia tb past 50 years - Oh yes, there are ma ay. many kinds of powders oa the market, but this one is absolutely different from any you have ever nad. 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