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AGEKEvr,;r' c ; ' DAILY EAST OREGQNIAN, raiWLETOM OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1919. , . .... ,, , , . -. , 1 , l . ,4,, : flf.O l 1 U tJ Notices, Business Opportunities, Locals, Lost, Found, For Rent,' Etc., Classified for Easy Reference; 1 JJ djLh NEW TODAY '. KKW TOD AT. Each new advartlaemant will ba run under "New .radar for th flrat liianction only. During , aubacquent Inaertlona of the ad It will appaar under II proper claaalftcatlua. Notices Farm Implements For Sale by p ngnt atirio. Owner can have same by paying chargea. j Jt. J. LAMfflKl-I If 1 1 ' ' urn..-".-..., uio, 'MUNIS TO I.OAX on f.aim ' ln'niif..KTiSAyE FrT.tn'my place urar He. Tne.siaiu jina imam a now umaj-;b hk ne ainull Jeraev cow. 'Notify ,f"a .... ,-. . hu .ceedlnr to tona pt'rHon. Al.ply to Chua H. .'arur, Pendleton. Oregon. ;for 'salk or- kxchanok 10 ' Taken VP. TH HI "NON-SKIP" W'fcKIJKH Kia all I I-'ulf 8AL.K- Th,., ,-.,i i , i,. ,.t mi,i,1i! "'"t Uma ot r the Cold Bi.rlnga ubout Dcc, 6, 191, one 1 'le,d', Bvea one-third the tlm anu mull n.v .... w.l.hi ..hnni nan 101a ueiier worn, vjrujr now. lug. ? yfctira old. branded circle on Pendleton Weadar WorKa, tit Cotton wood atrAer. , . acrea aub-trrlftutpd land near the' IntururUan Una between Wullu. VValio and Freewnter at Fcrndulo. Well Inr lirov'ed. Will exchange for Tendleton residence property. Phone 419. J'.. J. Kliijg. J'IiTjiiu 22H yv. Pcndloton. VOH BAfcH ;Oft TRADE One. 46 If. P. Holt anglne In good .condition, a bargain.. K., J. King- I'hone 22V. Pendleton. the pajiNcngpr acrvlce from Yarmouth to Boaton wua dlacontinued. Krom iKurope in 1K1 7, 7435 pcraona arrived ihere. Loat year there were only' 1061. There wua alao a fulling off in 'vea aela coming here from foreign coun tries. Ijixt year there were 766 aa TLM K CAItW Wea.ton-1'imdlctoa Auto Staare -Lee.vea Weaton for Pendleton at 7:41 a. tn. and if:45 p. -:' 1 : ; Leavea Athena for Pendleton at 8:00 a. jn. and- 1:00 p. m. Leavea Adama for Pendleton at 8:20 a. m. and t:20 p. m. 1 -Leavea Pendleton ' (Allen-Knlghi Store) for Weaton at 10 a. to... and 4:00 p. m. Modern houuo and four ota with garage. 221 Juno HI., Pendleton, Ore., fi. S. iiutlir, 1113 Indiana Avenue, Bpokano, Wanh. COW3 FOR SALE Call up 4FU. -Phone 13F22. APICES FOR ALT3- ' i , ... FOR'p V.i(i FfJR SALE 1914, mod el. Inquire City Miat Market. Wanted , vFor Bent VVAKTKO Good, clean rage at Tha Kant Oregon ian office- WAM'I'ED-vrlug, phone 481-W. HKMHT1TCH1NQ at the Singer abop. Hall ordera promptly attendefl to. Architect . Am)lciillon for Cirazins lVrmltn. Notice 1 hereby given that all au plicatlona for permlta to gruae cattlo. hnrneM arid- aheeo within the irlATII-, I,A NATIONAL FORIOST during the'111"" for.l17 aeaapn 1919. muat be filed in my office at Pendleton, Oregon, on or before Jun uury 31, 11)19. Full Information In regard to gruzlng fees to lie charged and blank forma to be uaed In making appllcatlona will be furnished upon reuuost, 18 W. W. Crrder. Supervisor. iB RAYMOND W. HATCH, ARCHI tect. Phone 732J, Pendulton, Ore gon. FOItn ROADHTKR FOIt SALE-In. quire 216 Lilieth. St, FOR KALK ilukk 6-cyllndcr touring car. Jut overhauled. New to( with Hutu glaxs back curtain. Ownai leaving. A snap. Phone 73bW. Auctioneers , - v, , ,COU W. F. YOHNKA, , Auctioneer. i ' makea a aneclaltv of farmei-a atock Your ad. ahould put you in touch and machinery sales. "The man that with a new Job before you have be-J geta you the money." Leave orden gun to "worry." - - . j at East Oregon Ian Office. FOI1 KALK Twenty-foot Harris har vester Only run about 50 daya J. W. Devlno, Stage Gulch, or ad dress JCcho. ' WANTED Woman to work by the I floor.. Call 781 W. VJ'ANTKr liy two experienced girls, work. In private families. Phone S04W. ----- - - j WANTKO- Stirtl)le"anS straw pasture I , fur 25 or 3" head of 2 year old colts, j AddresH P. ft Thompeon. Box 172,1 Pendleton. APT3. AND ROOMS ALTA APT 8. FURNISHED APT. Hamilton Court. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 01 Clay. FOR RENT SLEEPING Willow. Phone 481R. room, too Attorneys D. W. BAILET, Attorney at Law, Rooma 7, t, . IMapaln Building. '; GEORGE) W. COUTT8, Attorney at Law, Room 17, Schmidt block. Nice sleeping rooma, 728 Aura. FOR RKNT 2 nicely furnished 4 room opartmente. Phone 726W. I FOR RENT Large front room, with: or without board. 201 Water St. I I CARTER SMYTHS, Attorneys l I Law. , Office In rear of American i National Sank Building, , i, . u, FEE FEB, Attornaya at Law. til ficea tn Deapaia Rulldlag. R. L. KEATOR, Attorney at Law. Room 24, Smith-Crawford Bulld- illsccllaneons SEFi FRKal demonstration. New sub stitute for coal and wood 811 Main Street. FOR BALE One 75 Holt caterpillar. just rebored, with new crank shaft. See Glenn E. Scott. Pendleton, Ore. Notices lllti DROP IN IMMIGRATION j HOSTON. Massachusetts, Juuuary 7 i A 100 per cent droy In Immigration at this port during the" past year is ; soon,,!- -the- aUtluitiua opil4 by. tho ! govornment for 1918. Din-Inn 117, ihere arrived in Boston a tolu( ot 21. U'u lasseiiKcrs of all clusses., In the jearl which has Just endi'J the total arrival were 206 persona. -i A largo part of the figures quotr-il rcfcii to peraona reaching here from Canada during 1917, when there were 14.361. In 1918 tho number dropped to 1504, largely owing to the fuct that K , j, servant YOU OUGHT TO HAVE look rMnnwnAkWUKiKiKnxKMiVKVMwnnnK tho -jr-ip wants." ANSWERING WANT ADS Is a duy-by-day education In practical affairs in business ways and mean In values! You LEA UN about real estate where you've GUESSED, AHOL'T IT heretofore. You become property wise. You learn rental values. You ctxplore and test and stu'tiy the "work-market." "' , . You touch and-take iulerest. giil part In the city'ji life AND YOU PROSPER! . ' r? Notice of Payment of City of Pcudle- W i ton Jmproicnicnt IVmIs. J Notice Is hereby given that City of 14, Series G. 1 and 2. Series 5. 1 and a. (4 Series 7. and 1, series 11, will be paid 'tipon presentation thereof to the un- Sf dersigned at the American Natonal 5;Iunk, I'endlcton, Umatilla- County, : Oregon. Interest on said bonds ceases 5;January 1, 1919.' 5 Dated December 19, 1918. gj' . LEE MOORHOUSB, 1 Treasurer, City of Pendleton. m 1 By Wm. MIckelsen. Deputy. BILL JENKINM, the expert horse shocr, formerly with the Sloan shop, now located at 632 Cottonwood, near Beck'a feed stable, will ehoe youi horses satisfactorily. FOR RENT Large front leepln ; Ing. room with lmth. Inquire 719 Ann; ' street, evening. ;S. A. LOWELL, attorney and counsel- lor at law. Office In Deapaln Bid. FOR RENT 3 room furnished apt. . downstairs. 502 Water. jg A. NEWBERRT, Attorney at Law. -- Bmith-Crawford Building. PETERSON UtFHOP, AUornay at Law. Rooma t and 4, m!tn- Crawford Building. f WHEN YOU NEED good, pure milk, call George Wachtel, 266J. Succes sor to Ed Morgan. Your ad ahould be mere when the LOR A PEHRY, teacher of piano (Harrinburg Conservatory pf Music. Pnn.) Phone 643. I Draymen CALL PENLAXD BROS.' tAN TO, move your houeehold goods. . Tele- j phone 339. Also baggage ring and heavy hauling. transfer- WAST AO COI.17Wr ATO CLAaSlKIKD DIRECrOBI. CountlDg aix ordinary words to the line and charged by the line. Want ada and locale. Ratea Per Liu. First Insertion, per Una le Eaca add. insertion, per Una. o One week (six inaectiona), each insertion, per line So 1 mo. each Insertion, per line 4e 6 month contract, eacb In sertion, per lfoe , to 12-montb contract, each in- aartlon, per line to No ads taken for less than 2&e Ada taken over the telephone only from East Oreeronlan aub- - acribers and those listed in the Telephone Directory. Copy must - be in our office not later than 1:30 o'clock day. at publication. JAME3 B. PERRY, Attorney at Law. Office over Taylor Hardware Com pany. 4 RALEY AND RALEY. Attornaya at Law. Office In Americaa National Bank Building. FRED E. SCHMIDT, Attorney at Law. Room 14, Smith-Crawford Bldg. .... Second-Hand Dealer V. STROBLE. dealer In new and aeo ond hand goods. , Cash paid for second hand goods, cheapest place The want aas can nelp you to una a i lour ad. should Interest an owner to buv household aooda. iio E. r-ourL tenant who never defaults In the rent. - of uninvested money in your plan. j Phone 271W. Every useful thing should be uaed. i fut an end to tnat aelay Jn ranting , " Your" ad.' skouid' wn-a yJuquTckIy Sell that used article to somebody j that house or apartment through i when the cook leaves who needs It through the classified, j getting your message to the reader i For a time, ft is extracted, the neaca 7" . r. - i . Of the classified. 1 dove will be aa voluble aa a narrnL WHEN A FAMILY ! BERLIN PAPERS SAY V NEEDSA FRIEND; SOCIALISTS ARE OUT In the Abaence of Doctors Nobly Gone te'War, After Influanxa. the Grlp- ( AMSTKUIl.l! Tbo. wonJerfiillv useful nicdrcines, '"-l'"!" Iloofl's SarsupariHg, IVi.tiron and 'J''"""'-Hooa-s l'ill..,riHiiw ll. .,ew!"'.w""' cuiubiiialion family trcutmcut are warmly rcromnieiicli-d. If token rcgnlurly, Hood's 8arsa parilla before meals, 1'epliron alter and Hood's l'illa ot niplit as Tiecdvl, llicy are rcnsoiiably sure to kcci a family in health oiid prove to ho rUiilile und always ready friends. They purify tlm Mood, build tip trcDifth and regulnta. the system. (let nil, or any one. us you think yuil lu-ed, from your drtiffgist today. AI.sT1:RI.V-I, Jan. 7. TTlio Hcr- duclarrd Chancellor maun and otlic-r major- ml t'Obinct inniibtrra hat e U!iulvml tliclr rcHiKiutlioiw. Run of Livestock Is Within One Car Of Week's Total WHhln one ROLL All ot n aro talking about dcmntTacy- Tb4 soldiers whose printed in chls casualty list have suf fcrcd or died for It THE BOOK SHELF AH books liurc uienlioncl enn be foun County Library. 1 lu tlto "The pen to 4mfghtier than the sword. !lr of JiMiase I'rh'atc ad of livoKtork entered the North rr(vn(e w and yards oytrSunday a va i la hie j -r due, Oregon. T'rivato Frederick Kasten, Tortlund Incifiit Wmniford, Wilbur, Oretron Mfssinj; In Aflioit. Uliam A. Johnson. ' Per- -private John Jt. iVarse, Kntcrnrise. SoHoim Irbk'iiLs Arise. ECONOIIC RESTRICTION PREVENTS PAYMENT OF BEUEFiirr poitTi.AJcjr carlfa Purl In for the day' trading thMil arrived all j through the prevUiUK week. Tutiil run Cz..,1n si oat 1111 ra ra U.' Hi I O n It 1 , J . 1 Jl. . L in f ALE.Af. Jan. 4. Threatened win. I (ireat atre.mth waa ahown In the l" 't.rk circumscribed a. a BWlne diviHhm of the North Portland I of aoyernment cuntnd of fail- market at the week'i opening despite huuu n- ' . ... .in,r rtf Ice cominlHKii.n. n its budget for ie Vvr run Uv niiitc the much creator run. Knowing or ... . . . INtl.lsii Mii.in Kits New CliiMren's Book Paeon I toy's Drake. Itenrd Curious homes and enant. (ion. Federal control of railroads, tele , phone and telegrujdi companies has in . many ways increased, rather than di minished, the work of the cominis - eion. bona in the yards totaled 4041 bead vhilo last Monday there were 17fiS head and a year nao head. No early salen of hogs were made In arda because hteher price." were anded for the better class of stuff which biivers refused to meet at the start of tho week's activities. j itinera! hog market ranee: WArtHIVfmiV -Inn fil The Prim mixed S I 7.00 ?r 17.50 utatc department today let it be know. 'Medium mixed ' 16.85 tfr 1 7.00 j It believes thut economic restrictions Uoush heavies 15.00 ft 1 6.o0 uKuhiM Uernianv must be relaxed it i'tKS 1 1.00 fi" 1 ".2 j j next bien nium, says It is confronted by some of the in oat Important prob-K-niM it hits ever faced. "The commission hopes," it says, "that an after-t he-war reconstruction period will brhirc revision of rates as ritoTiTir; OFKAV IN JKMOUlI,IZATlOX LONDON, Jan. 7. The Folkestone conditions again approach normal, correspondent of the Kvenins News and anticipates a volume of business ays that several thousand soldiers j fr in excess of any heretofore passeo inarched Friday in a body from three' hjwn by the ciminiisslon in any bl ' rest camps to the Folkstone town hall I ennial period. Further, umV con- to protest against the delay in demo- i from-St. Nicholas. trary to the frequently expressed opln- bllizution. I Skinner Nursery tales from many Band With the men who do things. Hrearley Animal secrets told, Cheney lUiuisa May Alcott. Coffin Winning- his way. Kwald Two legs. Farmer Food problems. Gilson Wealth of the world's v. aste places and oceanica. Harrington A1out the weather. Harris Poems by grades primary. Harris Poems by grades gram mar. lansing Barbarian and noble. Lansing1 Patriots and tyrants. Perkins Pelgian twins. Red way All around Asia. SVibin Opening the west with Lewis and Clark. f!age Occupations for little fingers. St. Nicholas Sea stories retold lands'. fita rr M u st a f a. their Stockton Fanciful tales. Beal Seed Dispersal. Am- the she will be able to pay Indemnities- ,Hulk TP ltVll.l IM AT , ' JIKAD OF .INK KIVKIt 17.001 aillc Slarket Ktrontr. U was also a very strong market for cattle at North Portland for the week's opening. Total run (n this division over Sunday was' 169 5 head compared with 1L07 last 'Monday and 1450 head a year ago today. 'While no too stuff was sold at 'the 5 1 DOINGS OF THE DUFFS BY ALLMAN !r:,,F"land ! Pet ween The evidence is all against jrou, Tom CallforfWa-UreK'Jii Tower coinimny lx start of the duy'a trndins In the cattle noon l1 begin the construction of . '. iraraimora ... ... , ., , , , , u i, Por stuff indicated a continuance .if big dahl ut lha hca.l Of Link rUcr. provlou. ronj tono. where' It flows out of Tfrper Klaoialhj .Orneral oartlo rniwe: ' Inke about A mile north of here, iir-, -j,ne steara ......v. ci.raiivKr'o tno loeni mnnaaer ui "1,)oi1 to choice alceia ciimliiiny, Oeorne J- Walton. TnB Medium to gnod steers. . purpose of tho day will he to reitulnte , j.-Br to nlediuni steers... the flow of water from t'pper Klam- common to fair ateera. . uth lake to the company "a ll power !(.noU.e cows u,i heifers house at Copco, Cul., about 60 mlleai xu,(lium lo gtloj cB a Iwlow on Klamath river, und will he i an(J nelf(,rB -4 nutit in accornanco who u c...ii.u.F , , medium cows and heifers . ........ with the. United Slates reclamation aervloe entered into last year. Mr. Wuiton atatea that while the water In I'ppcr Klamath hike wll lbe ruined Canncra Hulls . Calves some. It will not be rained beyond 'ts ytockers and feeders.. present hlKh water mark additional lunda .will ; tlia bulldln at the dabi. ,-, j ' so thut flooded 1SWE-DUICK . RELIEF! NO Bit It Soothes and Relieves tike a Mustard Plaster Without . ;the Bum or Sting" ' M.isMnle is a cln. white ointment. made with the oil of tr.ust-.rd. It doe all the work of the old-tehioned mustrrd plaster does it better and does not bus ... v.. An nn h-ivn to bother with cloth. You simply rub it on and usually $S.ooiti M.nn ll.r.ocn. i-j.r.o J0.5U1I- ll.r.O I K.fiOr i.ri i.noi h.iio KI.50T.J i t.no j 8.50'ji 8. SO .IIOfl a. 10 4.00 tr r. oo i 6.50 8.50 j 11.00 13.50 7.00"!t 9.U0 Mutton Miirkct stoutly. Market for mutton and lambs was steady at North Portland for the early acalon. Ileceii.la over Monday were comparatively light but were allahtly In excess of the showlnir of last Mon day morning while a year ago nothing ut all waa reported In the sheep alleys. General sheep ranse: Kust of mountains lambs JU.OOiii n.on Vhliylam .00fi 1 1.00 Vaatllnga .. 10.00 11.50 Wethers . .00i 10.00 Ewe'.'..:.. 6.00 8.00 I'd cErtahjiN like. To TAKE CUE irCOD DRAG OM "tuat mbv wr.i MusTsnck SM0KB VIO0U BE ?0fTEI ouoric a a Thp roouresl L IS GOH6 Vfti IN 1919 1 l-T I I) Tom Y much TH6R& voove i?r Joar ABoirr As UAI I DtTUIPC, ASA PlC'PlwJ - There. 'Voo st smowh. AfiAirt- IM AHAMr-UC-, VU HAT ARB Voo TAtKIMfi A&omr ? I'M:' Not. SMOKING, r PEIISIIIXGaTHKATKR OPKXS xm SOLDI Fits NEW VOUIi. Jan. 7. The Persh- Jng theatre, said to be the only play- ! t . I . a T'tt...l Cntna ..,. Int., tli- Many doctors end nurses use Muster- d eaclualvely f..r aoldier. and to 01 Tanreclmmend it to their patients. which admittance Is free, has been tKSwTSiTjIv tell you whit relief it opened by the New York Community give from sore throat, bronchitis, croup, .C amp service. ; tiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, I The initiul bill Included a aym-; nU.nriu r'-euma;i",m. lumbago, painSibolic fantasy. "The Messaae of the I and aches if tho back or joir.t, r prain. Ktar of Ool," lu esented by u volun oro r.nirx'.cs, hxi.isc chilblains, lrosted ,teer cast led by Miss Mama ret Vale, feet, C'.-k's f l'!- Clit ( oiten pre- R nice of President Wilson, and a vcni pncur.ioiii. . , musical comedy. "The Masiierndets." 3UC ni 0?C has?i presented by the Perahlnjr Musical j t'omeriy Stock coniany. I IJ I I 'ffll I "' Moist air la wiow. henltlifiil Ihn.f iiiiia... fcA itias aiaaii' iry. iimrnwwTB Ton wnrm. m-n II IUirJ'i' ; ii A H l air feels warmer than dry air at the. Hume tempiM'iitui bent Jobber, ttml ii-trtliM -JT r - . . IS .. I . ; 1 r yr -r ' - I lJf oRotRAsTue cooNTeW ar nrL- IT r'iTl 1 jr I lvJTW J X . 4 .1 I No, I supposb MoT" I cam I . H II 1 ' I TrtATS A FitfE old Joke. I l b. gmelu 8Mok. s this ? v ,QU t,LL 6t bot Voi) CAtV b amo savO Noo have That That MaV BE ,.. me-I've Got 1 J ..." !?A , tH SHOES OH " -- - - s lJmh if"jr eUTt NOT" r- - ' ' A A P AS, VI r0pp Bobby and Betty at home. Johonnot Friends In feathers and fur. Plutarch Tales of the Romans. Stockton Fancifield tales. Wright Children's lories in eriean history. Twelve Xew IHction. Hopkins Cla miner and the Sub nxarine. Irwin Pigrrims into folloy. Jameson G ossi p shop. Johnston House of whispers. Ijiits Witness. McCarter Vang-uards of plains. McClunB- Next of kin. Mitchell Drowsy. T MacHarff Indian drum. Morlev Parnassus on wheels. Mundy Winds of the world. Oyen Oast on Olaf. IV IXAXOFJSS' FIKIJ. ers Fields the poppies blow j een the crosses, row on row j That mar our place; and in the .ky i I The larks, still bravely sinsrluj? fly. j jcarce heard amidst, the pnns below, j Wo are the dend. Short days ape j We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, 1 Loved and were loved, and now we lie I In Flanders Fields, naught, The torch ye threwto us we caujfht; Ten million hands will hold it hlffh. And Freedom's light shall never die! " We've learned the lesson that taught Jn Flanders Field By H. W. t,illard. cw Boukx of Interest to lcrsmrm, Barrett On the Threshold of th fnforseen. ' t Campbell Tho war and the soul, Oateft liecreatlon and the Church, Gordon The Appeal of the nation. Hankey The Church and the Man. Hodges Religion in a World at War- Holland ?o as by Fire. Morse Fear God in Your Own Vil lage. Murray Faith. War and Policy. Noontime Messages in a College Chapel. rteeman Do We Need a Ned Idea of God? t Rihbany The Syrian Christ. Wells God the Invisible King. ; WIDOW OF LATE CHAUUKS SWKF.XRV IreS AT SPORAXE Take tip mir onarrel wit h the foe ; To you, front fulling h;mds. we throw The torch. lie yours t hold it hihr j If ye break fsith with us who die ! We shall not sleep, though popples grow j In Flanders Fields. ! By Lieut- Col. John McRao. j AM Kill CVS AXSWKtt : Rest ye in peace, ye F kind ers dead J Th fiKht that you so bravely led We've taken up. And we will keep ; True faith with you who lie asleep. ! With each a cross to mark his bed. I And poppies blowing overhead. Where once his own life blood ran j red : i So let your rest le sweet and deep ! . In Flanders Fields. C"KANIS. Wawh., ; Jan. . Mrs. Emetine Agnes Sweeney, widow of the late Charles Sweeney, died Friday morning at the borne of her son, Frank Sweeney. Mrs. Sweeney was oom October i:if 157, In Sari Fran cisco. Mr. Sweeney, the hushand. was. a milliomiire mine owner and his hold ings were placed in the Sweeney In vestment company, which, owns prop erty in Siwkane! Portland and other cities of the northwest. Mrs. Sweeney was the mother of 13 children, six of whom died In infancy. A Lieutenant Sweeney, was killed in action in France, and another on. Captain Charles Sweeney. IT. S. A., was formerly with the French Foreisn Legion. Fear not that you have died HOME MADE TEA FOR CONSTIPATION ROIU1KRS LOOT MTIIFi; MINKl'M AT WITTF.NBKIU; WITTEXHKIW. Prussia. Jan. 7. The Luther museum here has been looted by robbers, who secured many for valuable coins and a number of costly books. i It was In the l"nlersity of Witten berg that Martin Luther taught philo sophy early in the sixteenth century. Part of the Augustin monastery In which Luther lived at firfct as a monk and In later life with his family, after his death was fitted up as a Luther m useum. , Is used by entire families because ! K purely vegetable, does the work and eots cry little. It ! Why ray hish prices for Liver and Bowel remedies when none are better than Dr. Carter's K. and B. Tea. which is purely egetahte. can be brewed at home, and a small package will last a bng time hmons Thousands of old peeple will tell you they have been drinklnc It for ytars. and after the liver ami bowels have been put in fine condition in a few days by a before ltedttme cup. that only an occasional cup is after wards necessary to keep one ftelin? fit nnd fine. Peopl who drink a cup of Dr. Carter's K. and I:. Tea once in a while, se'.diun. if ever, have any bilious at tacks, sit-k-heudache av sallow skin. It's good for 1him mid Kills, apet-ial-v those liu Hie peevish anil fretful . I ru:;iti liian l. li .t.iliiiif it fori if u' igjri. r i i . a i mnamaUs DULL SPLITTING; E Dr. James' Headache Powder re lieve at once 10 cent a package. Yon tuke a Dr. Jamea' H.adatha PoBilnr sad in j.tat a few momanta your head clears an.l all neuralgia 01 .lij-ea vaui-ttp. It'a th quiekeat ami aurmt relief for iinsdnrhe, wkettaer .lull. thruMiin-;, aplittiitff ur uerT. n.kiuif. Semi ao.neone t. the drug l..re and a dims p&rkmr IM. Villi anirrini lt so neetllmui. ( K. mire you ir- t llr. Jam' ilea.Ueha iv.w.l.-r. Ui.-ii there .H int no diaau. jioiutunut, Jt .