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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MOXDAV, NOVEMBER 2, 11)08.
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flirt nlirulM, olliiililnn and trailing plant,
luml S-(onlr oalalninia lllii1noln an l tl,-
rlLIng- nil to itai.ln an rl ,. viimium (it
orlliumt ftiiU uml lllliliitn.l I 1(1 IT
THKUj-AppIw. Apricot. lirrl.L l'ua. hat.
Fi.ra. Currant, (imp, Oooiu.lMirrln.. Ix,n.
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I nnalnr'MlllnMuiiliwwat ! to oa llirouah
ISA I) MONTH I OH
, CATTLE PRICES
Itoef Price Reached IMrock und
Gllof t'Ullle CO SlllpHTd of Hogs
A Slight Improvement Ui Pork,
Though blear Murket
Wciik Wheat Murkc
Seems to Ho Unsettled.
buying of sufficient volume
gency to change the general
ELKCTORAL VOTE AND
A. BROWN, Proprietor.
Telephone ami fire
tlons with all rooms.
I(iiuhiiarterM for Traveling Men.
0nuiKNUou Sample Room.
Special rates by the week or month.
Prompt dining room service.
Moal ticket sold.
Milliard KKHn In Connection.
Only Tlirev Block from Depots.
Quickly Ended with
THAT COUGH STOPS
nt once with
Get the Best. Pay no More.
(Hy Hyman II. Cohen.)
Portland Union Stockyards, Oct.
31. Todav ends u month that lias
Im.m m of great trial to the livestock
Industry. During that period prices
have gone to thu bow-wows on several
occasions, und It took a strong heart
to remain firm.
Steer prices, und In fact, all cattle
prices struck the bottom of the well;
the price of steers being weak even at
thu low level. While Iron! this there
has been no advance up to the pres
ent time, the Indications are that con
ditions will Improve somewhat be
To the shipper of hugs October has
been .i month full of sorrows, for
while prices never really touched a
ruinous figure, values are consider
ably below the high market, from
where the slump started. Already
there has been a slight improvement
la the price of hogs, but It Is not now
expected that any further Improve
ment of note will be shown In that
line for several weeks or u month.
While the run of hogs was not so lib
eral as lat week, when the price
touched the bottom. It Just about suit
ed the demand.
Steer Murket Is Very Slow.
To the steer market there seems not
the Hl.ghtest show for Improvement
in the near future. As long as grass
fed stuff is shoved off onto the mar
ket, there will be a lack of support
to prices. Packers' requirements In
the steer line ut this time are very
rmail, because most of them are al
ready filled up with cheap-priced
stock. This will cause the Improve
ment to be postponed for a longer
time than would have otherwise been
the case. Among the livestock com
mission handlers the opinion is gen
eral that the market for steers will
not do much better for fully a month,
or until the grass-fed stuff is out of'
While there Is a slow call for steers i
the demand for cows and heifers Isj
liberal, but prices are not of the best.
There Is an especial good call for
upeyed heifers because of their low
price,"- considering the quality. ' j
Sheep market showed more liberal,
arrivals during the past six (lays; to-i
New York, Nov. 2. The following
table of the electoral votes In the
different states, with the probable re
sults, has been complied from tho
most authentic 'sources and made
public today by a New York news bu
reau: Total votes In electoral college.. 483
Necessary to elect 242
Probably or certainly republican 205
Probably or certainly democratic
Doubtful electoral vote
THE AMOUNT OF YOUR "BELIEF IN ADVERTISING" WHICH IS PUT
INTO TYPE IS WHAT COUNTS.
A business man cannot afford to "miss" news
that affects his particular line of business,. Nor
can the "buyer" of the supplies for the house
and family afford to "miss" news affecting
prices of things that have to be bought,.
Bargain-hunting is not, as sometimes sup
posed, the pursuit of a wild desire to spend
money for things not needed. It is the quest of
the best opportunities to buy the thinjrs that
Where one woman wastes either time or mon
ey because of a bent for "bargain-hunting," 50
women save and conserve both.
It is not well to try to load a ship with car
goes far lieyorid her cargo capacity. Nor
well to try to advertise a big store in a small
A fixed purpose to find a certain number of
new customers eaeli week is a good sort of ad
vertising ambition for a merchant.
LOOK IN OUR CLASSIFIED COLUMNS FOR WANT ADVERTISING.
Florida, D 5
Idaho, D. . . .
Illinois, R.. .
Kansas, It. ,
Maine, R. . .
Michigan, R. ..
Minnesota, R. ..
Mississippi. IX .
Nebraska, U. . .
New Jersey, R. . ,
New York, V. ...
North Carolina, D.
North Dakota, R.
Oklahoma, D. ...
Pennsylvania. R. .
Rhode Island, R.
South Carolina, V.
South Dakota, R.
Tennessee, D 12
Texas, D 18
I'tah, D 3
Virginia, D 12
Washington, R 5
West Virginia, U 7
Wisconsin. R 13
Wyoming, D 13
R Probably or certainly republi
can. D Probably or certainly demo
cratic. V Uncertain or doubtful states.
flwant A tor
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH
as help wanted; rooms or houses
for rent; second-hand goods for sale;
in fact, any want you want to get
filled, the East Oregonian wants your
want ad. Rates: Three lines one
time, 20 cents; two times. 30 cents;
six times, 70 cents. Five lines, one
time, 30 cents; two times, 45 cents;
six times, $1.15. Count six words to
the line. Send your classified ads to
the office or mall to the East Oregon
Ian, enclosing silver or stamps to
cover the amount.
rooms for rent.
Enquire at East
THE SENATE FOR FIRST-CLAS&
rooms. Everything clean and mod
ern. Hot and cold wa'ter In all rooms.
Bath. Rates 50c, 75c and $1. Over
Pastime theater. Bill Campbell.
Phone black 3111.
WANTED MEN, WOMEN AND
families to take advantage of our
fine premium offers, given to old or
new subscribers to the Dally. Weekly
and Semi-Weekly East Oregonian.
People with "services to sell"
should enlist the services of
"want ad salesmanship."
The classified advertising;
columns afford the greatest
market for used articles. You
can obtain cash for anything of
FOR SALE 160 ACRES, PARTLY
seeded to alfalfa; two good or
chards; house nicely furnished. Sev
eral nice springs; fine sheep ranch;
good range; no reserve; very near
railroad, and arranged for two fami
lies. Address 607, Weatherby, Ore.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS,
wrapped In bundles .of 150 each,
suitable for wrapping, putting under
carpets, etc. Price. 15c per bundle,
two bundles 25c. Enquire this orr.ee.
ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS.
etc. Very latest style. Leave or
ders at East Oregonian office.
t No one Is either rich enough
or wise enough to omit reading
the want ads.
After having deserted his wife and
family in Russia and left them un
cared for for a period of 14 years,
l.ouis Noske, a Russian, evidently re
pented on his deathbed, for Just a
few days before he died at a Belling-
15 Clsssif iod DifBCtory
H. S. GARFIELD, M. D., HOMEO
pathlc physician and surgeon. Of
fice Judd block. Telephones: Office,
black 3411; residence, red 2633.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO
nlc and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. X-Ray and Electro
Therapeutics. Judd building, corner
Main and Court streets. Office 'phone
Main 72; residence 'phone. Main 554.
Lice ! Lice !
Kill them with
Lee's Lice Killer
At the Feed Store
127-') t. Alta
tal arrivals reaching 2301 head, com
pared with 112S for last week and
ill.!,', for the previous six days. IHir
I ing tho past week there was not the
slightest change In sentiment ,n the
'sheen market from what ruled the
previous six days, and all prices are:
j Following Is the general range of
values on stock ruling in the yards for,
I late shipments:
Hogs Best east of mountains, $6.-!
ordinary, ; blockers and China
fats. J5 'n5..rU; stokers and feeders,
If 4.75 'ii 5. I
Cattle Select east of mountains,
steers, $ii.7r; medium steers, $3 75tf
I a. in; ordinary, $3.25; medium cows,'
$2'i2.25; stage, $2.f0y3; bulls. $1.75'
i ' - I
I Sheep Uest wethers, $3.50; ordi-j
p.. :iy wethers, $3.:T; lambs, $3.!i0Hi'4;!
straight owes, $;t; mixed lots, t2.:U'i(
Veals Choice young calves, $4.00;
loavy ml rough, $3.50'il4.
U lical .Market I'nscltlcxl.
Ch.iago, Oct. 31. Liverpool show
ed indifference to the strength dis
played here yesterday. That, and the
absence of cx.poi t demand for Ameri
can wheal were the bearish features.
Matters comici ted with the most vital
I ham hospital he called an attorney
iiini in nun inn umcii .su'.', oin tru-
1 tire fortune, with Instructions that It
' be sent to his wife, if she could be lo
cated. 1 For years Noske had lived in this
county und been cared for by a man
named Stanley Reid. This person
had never heard the man speak of
his family in all the years he had
known him, and having no informa
tion as to his action In sending the
money to the deserted family, he went
Into court and succeeded in having
himself named as the administrator
of the man's estate.
This brought to light the fact that
the money had been turned over to
an attorney of this city, and an order
w.ll be asked in the superior court
tomorrow calling on the attorney In
the case to produce the funds. Held
wishes the estate to go to the state
school fund, and there promises to be 1411.
a !,.ir:,l Imttln
DRS. HOISINGTON. KIRKSVILLE
graduates, Association Rlock. Tele
phones: Office, Main 60S; residence,
black. 2791. All diseases treated.
E. A. MANN, DENTIST. OFFICE
Main street, next to Commercial
assocla'tion rooms. Office 'phone,
black 3421 ; residence 'phone red
RALPH C. SWINBURNE, DENTIST,
Room 17 Judd Ruilding. 'Phone
DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SUR
geon. Office, room 15, Judd build
ing. 'Phone red 3301.
HORACE W. KING,
eer and Surveyor,
Room 11, De-
PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE
palr work on all kinds of machines,
structural Iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Court and Alta
streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A, F.
CHINA NOODLE RESTAURANT,
Ung D. Goey, proprietor. Drop In
of an evening and get a hot bowl of
noodles. Alta street, back of Tall-
M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIREC
tor and licensed embalmer. Grad
uate of the Chicago College of Em
balming. Corner Main and Webb
streets. 'Phone main 130. Funeral
parlors In connection.
BAKER & FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di
rectors and licensed embalmers.
Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars. Calls responded to
day or night 'Phone main 75.
SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY;
family washing; work done by
hand; mending free; goods called for
and delivered; 408 East Court street.
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran
teed. $5.25. Electric Hot Water and
Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee
Percolators, etc. A complete stock of
Gas and Electric Fixtures. First-class
wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan,
122 W. Court street.
VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, OF
flce in Judd building. 'Plume red
IIOMH HAS ON THE DRINK.
Mrs F. Myers has resumed
tho management and cordially
solicits your patronnge.
BEST OF SERVICE
FIRST CLASS MEALS
Our specialty is
the Family Trade
We are fully prepared to fur
nish you the best of lard, sau
mgm and fresh, smoked or
cured meats and fish each day.
Central Meat Market
Campy A Tweedy,
TELEPHONE MAIN 83.
features of the domestic situation
wire bullish. There were only 443
cars t M.niieapolis and Dulutli, com-
j pa i oil with .iiii tiie like day In r.oi,.
Weather was frosty and favorable
for marketing by farmers if so dis
posed, but haste on their part appear
ed no longer to exist. The market
was bealislily affected by an Argen
tine cable that said the frost damage
to wheat was light and fully compen
sated for by the Increased acreage.
An estimate of the world's shipments
for the week made the total about 9,
oini.ioii) bushels. There was no relief
to the stagnation of business until
near the end of the session when fur
ther pressure of offerings was caus
ing Increased weakness. December
wheat closed at $1 and May nt $1.03
3-X, being about 5-Sc decline in each
for the day.
There was a firm feeling In corn.
although for some time past the
trade was very small. Receipts con
tinued light, but the weather Ideal'
for curing corn. With the early'
downward tendency of wheat scalp-1
ing operations In corn rather favored ,
the selling side, so that early slight'
gains were soon converted to loss.'
Liverpool wus from unchanged to
1-sd lower. Sample market was
weak, and prices from 1 to 2e lower.
Closing prices showed considerable'
loss, and were at the lowest point of1
tho day. Sharp decline In the cash I
market was responsible for the heav-
liicss of feeling at the close.
In oats there was dull buying and
selling of no particular significance;
from a speculative standpoint. Re-1
celpts were moderate, and also ship
ments. Prices were for the most!
part a trifle under the closing figures'
of tho day previous. Offerings In tho
sample market were readily taken at
prices of the day before.
Depressive Influence of heavy re
ceipts of hogs of very poor quality
(.ciiiial l'olycai'po llorillu Sulil
I Re Tlii'eaieiiing: a Revolution.
City of Mexico. Private advices
! received last night from Honduras in-
i oicaie mat conditions mere are even i
worse than veportcd
DR. LLOYD D. IDLE MAN, DENTIST,
j Sundays and holidays by uppoint
i ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton,
Ore. 'Phone Main 523. Office hours
to 9 a. m. to 5 d. m.
in the press dis-
Aecording to this Inform;!
not cx-Prcsidont liorilla, hut
Polycarpo Borllla, who
a revolution. This breach
caused, it Is said, because
drawing away from Presi-
JAMES A. FEE. LAW
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Europe, remit by postal note, check
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the net publisher's price of the publi
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sent you and assume all the risk of
the money being lost In the malls. It
will save you both trouble and rl.-.,.
If you are a subscriber to the EAS .'
OREGONIAN, In remitting you car
deduct 10 per cent from the publish
er's price. Address EAST OREGON
IAN PUB. CO.. Pendleton. Ore.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there Is anything
you need In new and second-hand
furniture, stoves, graniteware and
crockery, call and get his price. No.
212 Court street
A A A A A A A A A A A A A AAA A . A A A A
W WW WW WW WW WW WW WW WW wwww
l INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
lion, it is
dent Zelaya of Nicaragua.
An attempt, it is reported, was re
cently made on the life of the private!
secretary of President Davilla, whose1
conduct has incensed the wing look- i
Ing to the moral support of President!
Zalya. The Jails. It is reported, are'
full of political prisoners. i
These private telegrams declare'
that unless there is outside nterfer-
eiice on the part of Mexico or the
United States, a revolution Is Inevitable.
CARTER & SMYTH E, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In Savings Bank
JAMES R. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT
Law. Office over Taylor's hard
LOWELL & WINTER. ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law. Office in
GEORGE W. OOUTTS, ATTORNEY
at law. Estates settled, wills,
deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn.
Collections malc. Room 17, Schmidt
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO.. MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all lands
in Umatilla county. Loans on city
and farm property. Buys and sells
all kinds of real estate. Does a gen
eral brokerage business. Pays taxes
and makes investments for non-residents.
References, any bank in Pen
dleton. JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
W. S. HENNINGER. Vlce-Pres.
C. H. MARSH, See.
Get the Best
BEST KIND OF COAL.
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at
HENNTNG'S CIGAR STORE
Opposite Peoples WarehottMr
STOWAWAY LIVED TWO
MONTHS ON CHEWINtS GUM
PETERSON & WILSON, ATTOK
neys nt law. rooms 3 and 4 Smith
RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY, AT
torneys nt law. Office in Savings
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable fire nn I
accident Insurance companies. Office
with Hart man Abstract Co.
DAMON LODGE NO. 4, K. OF P..
meets every Monday evening In I.
O. O. F. hall. Visiting Brothers cor
dially Invited to attend. F. J. Quln
lan. C. C. R. W. Fletcher. K. of R.
i Port Townsend, Wash., Nov. 3.
i Living for 5 days on chewing gum
and drinking water, three Japanese
stowaways were found in the lazar-U;. v.
ette of the bark Leader just previous! law.
to the departure of the ship for the
United Kingdom with a cargo of
The Leader left Liverpool for Pu
get Sound via Japan, leaving at Kobe,
Japan, a large cargo of general mer
chandise. It was while the ship was
discharging cargo that the men slip
ped on board and secreted several
cases of chewing gum and mineral
water, and stowed themselves In the
hold, where they existed nearly two
months chewing the sweetened gum.
The captain says that had he not
found tho men the chances are they
would have been taken back to Ja
pan and thence to Liverpool. They
had eaten nearly three cases of chew
ing gum. The men will be taken
back to Japan. 1
JOSEPH T. HINKLE. ATTORNEY
at law. Office in Association block
at head of stairs.
PHELPS, ATTORNEY AT
Smith-Craw ford building.
PETER WEST. DIVORCE LAWYER.
Office 60S Garden street.
R. J. SLATER. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office Association block.
FERG USON, ATTO RN E Y
Smith-Craw ford building.
K IIITECTS. CONTRACTORS. ETC
was the prominent Influence on the.
provision market. There was no Inquire at this office.
For rent Store room in the East
Oregonian building on Main street
D. A. MAY. CONTRATOR AND
Builder. Estimates furnished on
all kinds of masonry, cement walks,
stone walls, etc. 'Phono black 37S6.
T. M. KELLER, PLASTERING
brick and cement work. Estimates
furnished free. Work guaiiteod.
'Phone red 2931.
LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY DE
scrlption, for county court, circuit
court. Justice court, real estate, etc.,
for sale at East Oregonian office.
PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 21
meets second and fourth Frldaj
evenings in regular convocation, at
t PENDLETON LODGE N. 6$. A
XY F. and A. M.. meets the first
and third Mondays of eacb
month. All visiting brethren are In-
VETERINARY SURG EO N S.
DR. J. A. DON AG HUE, V. S., VET
trinary Surgeon and Dentist. Grad
uate of Ontario Veterinary College.
Office 120 W. Court St. 'Phone Main
20; residence 'phone Main 27.
DR. D. C. M'NABB. LOCAL STATE
Stock Inspector and member State
Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's
drug store. Res. 'phone Main 59.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLER
CITY LIVERY STABLE. THOMPSON
street, Carney A Kennedy, Preps.
Livery, feed and sale stable. Good
rigs at all times. Cab line In connec
tion. 'Phone main 70.
office. Price IU.
Let Us Make
by repape.-ing the old walls from
our new line of beautiful
We carry the largest and most
complete line in the country. Price
I) HtC 11 tfw tmiJkatWISA
irritation or krrs
Of til O O 0 IHMIittefew,
(HtrtfUT!.0.$J Hold dj lftru,-
A POSITIVE CUK5
for Infinmmatum orCanin-1
of the H iJii"riiJ llisrl
Kidney. No cure no o.
Cures qulciiy aud Prru
nently tho worM case x
ronorrhca and Gleet. o-
matter of how long t(aoi)
lug. Absolutely hkrmlna,
SoUl bv druiotntn Pno
II ( or bjr mm!, r""Pitl
1 mi. 3 hoi,- $2 71
THI SANTAl-PEPSII N
Bold by the Fendtotoa Drug COtcpaaj