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DAILY EAST OESGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1916.
T PAG 13 ICEIO Z3QE30I coos o a 0O0I 13 G o 99 eceive Q Why the Golden Rule Store is always crowded. Their goods are of the best grades, their prices are always the lowest, their patterns and colors are of the snaooiest. HAVE YOU STARTED YOUR XMAS SHOPPING YET? nappw. A CAR LOAD OF "?h 'c A W JtlSt K a o a a o 0 o a a o FROM OUR OWN ORCHARDS. Rome Beauties, extra fancy $1.75 Rome Beauties, fancy $1.65 Winter Bananas, extra fancy $2.00 Winter Bananas, fancy $1.75 Cooking Apples 75c SPECIAL PRICES FOR QUANTITY PURCHASES GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. quality- Two Phones, 28 823 Main St IOE30I 30E30E 301 IOE30I aonoE aoc3 J aoso iooo SHOP IN THE MORNING IF POSSIBLE SHOP IN THE MORNING IF POSSIBLE A GIFT TO HER FROM PENDLETONS QUALITY STORE Shows good taste and judgment by the giver. The Sayres label on a set of FURS, on a pretty waist, on a pair of kid gloves, a box of handkerchiefs, a silk petticoat, etc., means you have purchased the best value for the money, whatever the price may be. , "GIVE HER" SILK HOSIERY, A SILK WAIST, KID GLOVES PENDLETON BATH ROBE, HOUSE SLIPPERS. FOUND A ROSARY, picked up in our store. Owner can have same by calling and proving ownership. if-' ixuter is Born. A, daughter was born this morning ta Mr. aad Mrs. E. B. Aldrich at their home on Madison street. Marriafla Uomse lamed. A marriage license was Issued todaj y the county clerk to Walter A. Mitchell and Viola R, Iiowry. Fuapral at State Hospital. The funeral of Mrs. Carrie McKeb. ben wag held at the Eastern Oregon State Hospital yesterday morning; Rev. Charles E, Qulnney conducting the services. which it Is stated that In the Crab creek country east of Ellensberg one stockman has lost 14 out of a herd of IB cattle. The stockmen are much alarmed at the situation, the letter states. Associated (1 unities to Meet. The Associated Charities will meet tonight at T:30 o'clock in the council room of the city hall. This is the res ulnr monthly meeting. Miss Orisswell to Berkeley. Miss Lois Crisswell, for the past two years assistant county librarian in this city, has accepted an assistant- ship in the library of the University of California and will leave soon for Berkeley. Suit la Dimlsd. ..On motion of Attorney E. E. Ileckbert for the plaintiff, circuit Judge Gilbert W. Phelps has dismiss ed the case of J. H. Gray assJnst William B. White, Luella L. White and Fred Jensen. Handle Day Doc. 14. Thursday of this week will be Bun dle Day in Pendleton and on that day all people are asked to donate clean clothing, furniture, food or anything else which can be used by the need'. Delivery wagons will call for the bun dles if notification is sent to Mrs. E. C. Anibal. Millinery Store AppralMHl. The stock of the Mason Millenry store, a bankrupt concern, has been appraised at 1379.4 T The liabilities amount to $3168.64. The appraisers were Roy Buchanan, James K. Heard and Ralph Howland. VbJts From Idaho. George Daubner. former well known I'matllla county boy, is here from his home near Gooding, Idaho, visiting friends. Mr. Daubner says that the farmers in his section en joyed good crops this year and are in a prosperous condition. Suit ou Note. . Anna Mortamer, administratrix or the estate of George W. Mortamer, has brought suit against Marion Marks to collect on nn alleged note of $500 executed by defendant to de ceased. Fee & Fee represent th plaintiff, 8 I-adles' Outing Gowns 79c, 98c, f 1.49 Ladles' Silk Petticoats $2.49, $2.98, 13.49 Ladles' Bath Holies , $2.98, $3.98 Hand Bag 98c, $1.49, 11.98, $2.49, $2.98 Linen Towels 25c, 49c, 79c, 98c Bath Towels ', 35c, 49o Crib Blankets 49c, 690 Wool Blanket $2.98, $3.98, $4.98, $0.50 Comforters $1.25, $1.49, $1.98, $2.98 Bed Spreads $1.49, $1.98, $2.09, $2.98 YOU CAN DO BETTER AT J. C Penney Co nc J Men's Bath Hobos $2.98, $3.98, $4.98 Children's Bath Hones. 9 He, $1.25, $1.49 Boxed Stationary 10c, 15c. 19c, 83c, 4tte, flOc, 98c Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs, box J5c Ladles Emb. Hnndkerhlefs, box 25e, 89c, 49c, 79o Ladles' House Sllpem 49c, 60c, 98c, $1.49 Children's Howe Slippers. ...... 49c, 98c, $1.49 .Mon's Hoiwe Slippers e9c, 98c, $1.49, $1.98 Men's Xmaa Sets 49c, 98c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.25 Men s Knit Fibre Silk Mufflers $1.98 WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW r?s, . he pleaded guilty and was given a sentence of $100 or 50 days. At pres ent he is still a guest of the city. He admitted that he had stopped in Salt Lake only one night and was head ed for North Yakima, which is like wise dry. Illegal Shooting Charged. A warrant for the arrest of Charley Smith, an Indian, charging him with killing birds out of season, has been issued. Arctic Owl Paes Away. The Arctic or snowy owl which has beea in captivity at the office of Ma jor Lee Moorhouse for the past four or five days, died late yesterday aft ernoon. It had refused everything of fered it to eat during its captivity, It was skinned by Stanley Jewett of the biological survey and the skin will be proserved as a biological specimen. Funeral of Pomeroy Resident. At 11 o'clock this morning at the Folsom chapel was held the funeral of Mrs. Jane Davison of Pomeroy, Wash., who died there on the 9th ot bronchial pneumonia at the age of T8. Her husband was buried in the local cemetery about two years agj and her body was laid to rest in the same plot. Rev. Charles Qulnney of the Church of the Redeemer conduct ed the funeral and members of the. Masonic erder acted as pallbearers. Power Is Shut Off. Pendleton was without electric power most of the morning on ac count of a pole burning down on the Walla Walla river near the power plant. The power was shut down again about noon when another pole took fire near Athena. In both cas es fire was caused by ignition from the wire off an Insulator. Divorce Is Granted. . A divorce decree was granted yes- I terday by Circuit Judge G. W. Phelpa to Lela Hardin from Gale. Hardla The plaintiff was represented by At torney Will M. Peterson. Woodmen to Have Big Clam. Pendleton Camp No. 41. W. O. W.. closing its big membership cam. paisn and on the 18th will hold a class initiation. At the present time a class of SS is assured, and this will brinr? the membership up to 425. Another campaign will be started at once, to close during the latter part of Jan uary and it is hoped to bring the mem bership up to 500. John F. Hoyt ' Walla Walla, district manager, will remain to assist in that campaign. Quality Store Hear Killed Near Town. A black bear was killed this morn. Ing about noon by William McCorm maeh a short distance above Havana station eight miles from town. The bear had evidently been driven out of the moun'ains on account of lack of food. It was first noted at the Mc Cormmach ranch by one of the men and the dogs treed the bruin whi'o Mr. McCormmaoh was notified. Mr. McOormmaoh, W. R. Withee and J W. McCormmach went to the farm and the bear was brought to earth by a shot fired by Will McCormmach The animal was brought to town. Would .Wold Conflict of Dates. R. Alexander Is in receipt of a let ter from Edith Toxier Weathered, one of the directors of the state fair ask ing for the dates of the 'Roundup and expressing the hope that they will not conflict with the state fair. She thinks avoidance of a conflict would result in many Willamette val ley people coming up here. from the play will go toward paying for sweaters for the high school foot ball team. RIVER ROAD To ECHO. (Continued from Page 1.) on a grade not greater than three per. cent. Moreover, running along the I river It would be much more scenic than the present road. Residents along the river declure they are In earnest In their plans and that, if the county will not co-operate with them, they will build the re maining stretch themselves and op erate It as a toll road. I'nder $500 Bonds. J. H. Glrton, charged with larceny of harness, was arraigned before Jus tice of the Peace Joe H. Parkes yes terday and placed under $500 bonds. He will be given a hearing tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. John W. Huff has been retained as his attorney. Ak to Adopt Child. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Sanrord of Stanfield have petitioned the county court to adopt Allen Klrkreith, a ba by who was a year old last August. They represent that the child Is un der the guardianship of Dr. Edward J. Labbe of Portland who has consented to the adoption. They wish to change its name to Milnor Sanford. Ford Causes Suit. Edith M. Fraker today filed suit against the Round-Up City Auto Co. asking for $450 damages. She al leges the company took possession of a Ford car of the value of $300 be longing to her and converted It to their own uses. She asks for the value of the car and $150 damages for being deprived of its use S. A. Newberry is her attorney. RaMes Gets 1 1 of 15 Cattle. Indicating the seriousness of the rabies situation in eastern Washing. ton is a leter received this morning by K. v. Averill from A. W. Coffin, pro tnment North Takima stockman, in THE DIAMOND The dazzling beauty of the diamond with its incessant flashes of sparkling brilliancy makes it the most fascinating and most desired of all precious stones, notwithstanding steadily ad vancing prices year after year. The diamond will be the most popular Christmas gift this year. We have the largest stock of Diamond Rings in Eastern Oregon. ROYAL M. SAWTELLE -' Jeweler. 11. ji 1 11 11 Jli n ;j V, U it re n L2 l:"n n rrn ri r ts'tt' -: -L-nm: zr zr n 3 rt rm n The HALLMARK Store . PENROSE SEEKS FEDF.lt L CONTROL OF NATIONAL ELECTIONS. 4 m in, j, - r ; 1 ' ' c ' ; - '" - " ; : prilii'i'W rrmrninfma wiiMriiittiiirifiiiiifitiiriii'iWa li Rootleftscr Bagged In Transit. A stranger giving the name of J. E. Montgomery-, carrying a suit case laden with juice of the corn, made the mistake yesterday of getting drunk while on a short stay In Pen dleton en route from Salt Lake tn North Takima. He was picked up by the police and, upon the discovery that he was well supplied with liquor, a charge of having liquor in a public Place was filed against him. To this Show Is Enjoyed. A fair sized audience greeted the show "It Pays to Advertise" at the Oregon theater last night. The show was one of the best farces that It has been the pleasure to witness here for some time. The troupe was a well balancd cast and the lines were ludicrous. Pleads Not Guilty. Walter Ogilvy who was arrested last night by Officer Nash on a charge of drunkenness, pleaded not guilty this morning before Judge Fitzgerald In police court His trial has been se. for this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Carl Nelson was fined $10 or given five days in jail for being Intoxicated yesterday. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS The play "The Sophomore" will be given at the high school on Friday night of this week by the high school applied English class. The class la practicing every night under the su pervision of Supt. Park and should be able to put on the play without a hitch. An recommended by the school board the admission price will be made satisfactory to all so that all may attend. The price agreed on of 10c and 20c Is small and for that rea son a large crowd must be on hand in order that any money can be made, As announced earlier, the proceeds s f S "V . iiai ih more Hnnrpoiateri than n i SEKlSOIE-SiPENROSE Boise Penrose. United Kt.ittn ator from Pennsylvania, who is con ducting the fight In congress for the "forre hill'-' -which he Intromited. Ie. "isneii to give the control nf intlnii ,1 Pi,.n-1n I,,-,, (hp hands of t'.i? fe'l What Is more appreciated than n diamond ring? Small or large, it's a diamond Just the same. Why not start with a small diamond this year and increase the size each year. We will allow full value In exchange each time. Come in and let us enow you a S5000 stock lannfn? from $1.50 to ?".00. Don't put It off. Come N'OW. WA1 w THE Jeweler Old Postoffice Block. It Will Pay You to Buy "PEACOCK COAL" WtMEPROUDOf 4 i tr uri i ci r nne ML, Neighbor Who IT .. T. n uses ii exclusively. "Ainie Sign Of ThePeacock" Phone 17 8 sunn n The Fuel Specialists QUALITY, QUANTITY, SERVICE I GRAIN and STOCKRANCH 2820 acres on railroad. 2090 tillable, part ready to seed; fair buildings, plenty of water, all fenced and cross fenced. Price now $60,000. I have some desirable residence property In Pendleton for sale at less than cost to build, and lots thrown in. Among which are the fine modern home of J. S, Landers on Jackson street Price reduced now $500. House of 9 rooms two blocks from Depot. Fine shade trees, new cement walk, cellar, about half way between high and west end school. This house Is Insured for $1000, paid up t. June, 1918. policy will be transferred with the property for only $1000. The above 2820 acres can be bought now for $20 per acre. E. T. WADE, Pendleton. Ore. Others Make Claims MGK- Mkes Good D-44 LIGHT SIX BUICK ROADSTER $1150 D-45 LIGHT SIX BUICK TOURING $1175 These prices f. o. b. Pendleton and cars here for immediate delivery. SEE THEM IN OUR SHOWROOM OREGON MOTOR GARAGE I ' " ':' ' Incorporated.. J l I 117, 11. 121, 123 Wert Court St. Telephone 468 -.3 5 r.-.l p-.vernmer.t. I t " f i