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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OEGON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMEE2 20, 1918.
IS VERY UUITED
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PORTLAND, Ore., Sept, 2H. While
there were extremely limited urrlvuln
of livestock at North I'urtlund over
night, there was no special desire on
the part of the trade to operate.
This la especially true of the swine
sltuntlon. Local kllkTH are bearish In
their views and only by outside com
petition are suitable prices available.
The market again started slow with
no apparent change in values.
General hog market:
Choice light welxhts .6r. i 0.75
Good llxht weights 9.25419.50
Medium weights .0Hi 9.15
Rough heavy 8.5008.75
CMtto Situation Good.
While the cattle situation whs Millet
at North Portland during the day on
account of extremely limited arrivals,
the general trend of the market Is
very favorable with prices unchanged.
General cattle market range
Prime light steers 6.606.75
Prime heavy steers 8.9(Mi 7.00
Good light steers 6. 00416.25
Stockers and feeders 5.00(11' !."
Prime dehorned cow and
Common cows 4. 00815. 00
Prime light veal calves., 7.0087.50
Prime heavy veal calves.. 4.0008.00
Handful of Mntton.
There was only a handful of mut
ton In the yards overnight. These
came forward with a mixed load of
8 eta. not), tor M Ms.
ClOtTTPf ABOOV tea inc.mk;j
IT MAKES a hard-working man glad to have
a dime's worth of W-B CUT Chewing in
his pocket. A small chew is going to keep
him tobacco contented and happy a long time
and he saves himself the labor of grinding, spit
ting. It's rich tobacco and pays both ways: finer
in flavor more satisfying and it saves money.
Hal W WETMAN-BIUTON COMPANY, SO Usioa Sfun, Kw York OSJ
hugs. The hogs came on guaranteed
prices from a Willamette valley point.
therefore there was a similar showing
Indicated for the few ewes that ar
rived. General mutton and lamb market:
Select spring lambs I 8.50
Ordinary lambs 7.75fr8.n0
Best yearlings 8.5008.75
Good to common weahtrs 5.754t6.00
Hest ewes , 5.00 u 5.25
Heavy common ewes .... 3.50Si4.01
Tucwlay Uvosux-k Khiprwr.
Cattle F. Mayfleld, Clackamas, 1
load: J. W. Davis, Cnwllti. Wash., 1
Hogs F. Tt. Ferguson, Yamhill, 1
load; U U Miller, Montour, Idaho, 1
Mixed stuff Reese & Lonft, Yam
hill. 1 b.ad sheep and hogs: W. O. Bl
vens, Clackamas, 1 load rattle and
D. C. ECKLES BUYS BIG
TRACT OF TIMBER LAND
300,000,000 Fret Near Aumin Acquir
ed by linker Firm Plan lnee
Kuwmlll for Near Future.
company had taken over 15,000 acres
of timber lands near Austin from liie
Inland Lumber & Timber Company,
There is approximately 300,000,0'M
foet of yellow timber on the tract.
The consideration was not announced.
The timber has never been logged
and is highgrade and easily accessible.
Mr. Eccles was on nls way from his
home In Ogden, Utah, to Portland to
confer with Manager Charles T. Ear
ly, general manager of the Oregon
Lumber Company, regarding the erec
tion of a mill to take the place of the
one that burned September 4. Wheth
er to relocate the mill at Baker or
have it near the new tract at Austin
will be considered at the conference,
f HARRIET YOUNG
W. PI ANO 1NSTIU CTIOX
j Stndlo 2 IS W. Court. 4a
4 Phone MX-W. p
BAKER, Ore., Sept. 10. One of
the largest purchases of this vicinity
In many years was reported yesterday
by D. C. Eccles, president of the Ore
gon Lumber company, who sold hi
Stew two dozen oysters gently in
their own liquor; add two ounces of
flour and two ounces of butter, the
grated rind of one lemon, pepper and
salt and mix till thick, to which j
one cup of milk, If there is not much
liquor. Simmer ten minutes and then
add a half cup of cream. I
Butter well some scallop shells.1
line with bread crumbs, then a layer)
of oyster mixture, bread crumbs, oys-j
ter mixture, and, lastly, a layer ot '
bread crumbs. Place on top a few I
pieces of butter: bake till a light
WORKS IN THE HILLS
Um your horse to
haul your grain a it is
harvested or work your
Work longer hours
in the field. No waiting
on the team. A short
noon hour and in the
SEVEN OF THESE
WORKING IN THIS
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The demand for these machines is greater than the supply. Orders are
being filled in their rotation. Get your Order in NOW.
We Are Making Daily Trips Let Us Take You to See One
20 Machines Already Sold for 1917 Delivery
W I SMITH X? iTifl 319 East
JW W a A A ZJ -V. Court St
TCACHER OF MUSIC AXD
Music furnished for all occasions
fj Addreo M5 Madltoa.
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physical test militiamen are put
through bv the United States,
is severe sod exacting. Many a mili
tiaman has been returned home, unable
to past the rigorous examination.
CoodHmlAli Hart of Swxem Whether yea
r miUUunan or a df M etnwr or w
!". you are Drtmitnttm CoodliMlih forth
ucrmful pufiidt of your work. Gooa Heads
Is ttiincd and oulntsimd by lh trjuM
fuslmi of Fart Wood through thsimtem. U
you re afflicted with any Blood dUordaroriUp
tteclion, bin a bottle oi 8. S3. Doa'taocet
aay (uhautute. When purchuing, oc mu
10 RitiK on ui genuine, wmc ai o'"-
or tee boost on Blood andslus Diatoar.
To the Merchant
They're waiting, thousands of house-wives
throughout the suburbs and the country-side
waiting for the telephone calls that will tell them
whose goods are best and prices are lowest.
What of yours? Are your orders coming
from the same old restricted line of customers, or
are you branching out into the country and neigh
boring towns, building up your business by Bell
NOW IS THE TIME!
Consult the list of toll rates to cities
hereabout; it's in the front of your
Let Resinol Make
Ycur Sick Skin Well
National Champion and Four Assist
ants Oome to Perform Aquatic
Keats at Rouud-l p show,
liubhling over with enthusiasm and
eager to contribute to the week of big
entertainment Pendleton has prepar
ed for her visitors, the troupe of ex
pert and fancy divers who are to ap
pear at Happy Canyon, arrived fron
Portland this morninir under the pro
tecting wing of F. C. Harley. chair-!
man of the Astoria Regatta who is re
sponsible for securing this feature of,
the Round-Cp evening show. j
The divers Include Mrs. Constance'
Meyers, twice national champion in
fancy diving, Helen Hicks, Thelma1
Payne, Blllle Royal and Brownie'
Webster, all members of the Htiltno
ninh Athletic Club's aquatic squad.
Royal Is a detective on the Portland j
police force and will do a little!
slet thing while here.
A deep pit has been due in the
"street" of Happy Canyon and in this ! .
the tank of the divers will be set. A I
painted cliff will rise sheer from the ng powder into 1 quart Of flour. Rub
brink of the diving tank. This tea- into the flour a tablespoon of butter.
i jre will oe entirely something new Add 4 well-beaten eggs and 1 quart of
to eastern Oregon. milk. Stir to a smooth batter and
bake at once in muffin tins.
WW THE FIRST COLO.
A cold does not get well of itself.
The process of wearing out a cold
wears you out, and your cough be
cumos serious if neglected. Hacking
That itching, burning skin can al
most certainly lie healed ! The first use
of n-binul ointment seldom fails to give
instant relief. U ittr
the help of rcsiuol
soap, this southing,
healing ointment usu
ally clears away all JIWl 4
trace of eczema, ring
worm, rash or similar
quickly and at little cost. Physicians
larly for over twenty years, so you need
not hesitate to use it freely. Sold by
I Your Toilet Soap
Injuring Your Skin ?
Many toilet soaps contain harsh, in
jurious alkali. Resinol soap contains
absolutely no free alkali, and to it is
added the resinol medication. This
gives it soothing, . healing properties
which clear the complexion, comfort
tender skins and keep the hair healthy.
SHREP MEN NOTICE
We will have a representative at the Pendieton Hotel
during the Round-Up who will quote prices and take or-,
ders on Cottonseed Cake and Meal. We handle these pro-'
ducts in very large quantities and quote prices which we
know will be of interest to you
DO NOT FAIL- TO GET; OCR PRICES BEFORE
UNION MEAT COMPANY
North Portland, Oregon.
In the District Court of the Cnlte-1
States for the District of Oregon.
coughs drain the energy and sap the In the Matter of A. B. Wisdom, a
vitality. For 47 years the happy Bankrupt.
combination of soothing antiseptic To the Creditors of A. B. Wisdom, ot
balsams In Ir. King's New Discovery Nolin, In the County of Umatilla,
has healed coughs and relieved con- and District Aforesaid, Bankrupt
gest'on. Young and old can testify Notice is hereby given that on the
to the effectiveness of Dr. King's New 14th day of September, A. D.. 1910.
Discover' for coughs and colds. Buy the said A. B. Wisdom, was duly ad-
bottle today at your druggist, 50c. , Judicated a Bankrupt, and that the
-Adv. first meeting of his creditors will be
held at the office of the referee In
Bankruptcy, at Pendleton, Cmatilla
County, Oregon, on September the
TalloH Recruit Kiti.VtN on Bonk 29th, A. D., 1916, at 10 o'clock. A. M-.
and Will Try for West Point. j of said day at which time and place
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 19. There the Creditors may attend, prove their j
is a soldier six feet and four Inches claims, appoint a Trustee, examine i
in height at the Presidio here who the Bankrupt and transact such other!
waa said by officers today to be the business as may proerly come before
tallest recruit in the American ar- the said meeting.
ARMY. GETS MAX 6 FFJCT 4
With Kuloli&'a Hawaiian Dance Orchestra.
All Round-Up week at the big, new dance pavilion, cor
ner of East Webb and Cottonwood Streets.
r TV f '.' I V u-r j v; 1 f I a
" ' ' I. f i t i yV . ' J
my and one of the largest men In the
government service. He is Roy D.
Ulrey, aged 1, and still growing.
Ulrey ha a 40-inch chest, which,
with a deep breath he can' expand to
45 inches; measures lj inches around
neck, calf and bleep and has a reach
with out-stretched arms of 77 inches.
He enlisted for service on the Mex
ican border and has announced his
intention of trying for an appoint
ment in the military academy at West
Sift 2 heaping tablespoons of bak-
Slste of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, s.
Fraiik J. Cheney mskes oath that be Is
enlor partner of the firm of P. J. Chenei
C, doing business In the City of Toledo,
County tad Htale aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay the aura of ONK HUNHKKl'
IKH.LAIta for each and Try cam of Ca
tarrh that cannot bt carfd by the as of
HALLS CATAKHH CUUK. F1MNK J.
Sworn to hefor me and snhaerlbed la
my pmence, Ihla tith day of IHvember, A
l. 18S6. A W. tJLKASON.
8cl ' Notary foblle.
Hall's Catarrh Ours la taken Internallj
and acta through the Itlood on the Mucoui
Surfaros of the Syattm. Send for tetl
K. J. CHUNKY ft CO., Toledo, O.
Sold hy all drugidnts, 75c.
Hall's Family Tills tor constipation.
Done and dated at Pendleton, Ore.
gon, this 15th day of September, A. t.
1916. THOS. FITZ GERALD,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
' THEOLr RELIAHLE
Dancing starts each evening at 8 :00 o'clock.
Admission, Gentlemen 10c.
Ladies Free. Dances Gentlemen 5c.
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
FOR SALE AT $1.50 PER SACK.
This wheat went through the Adams warehouse
fire but is excellent for chicken or hog feed.
H. i COLLI WAREHOUSE
Cor. E. Webb and Mill Sta. near Planing Mills.