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DAILY EAST 0HIX30NIAN, PENDTF.TON, CHACON. MONDAY. FT'IiUAIlY 5, 1917.
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noma for Vacation.
ui. niin nice and Stanley S.
g.mi whn are attending Whitman
College, are horns for the short "be
tween semester" vacation.
A Perfect Day.
Mv nun nwfeet sprlnr day could
be lmartned than today. The sky has
been perfectly clear, the sun warm
and the air fresh from the shower of
the early morning.
THESE APPLES ARE ALL FROM OUR OWN
J ORCHARD NON-IRRIGATED AND EVERY
f S BOX GUARANTEED.
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Two Phone, 23 823 Main St
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MORE GOODJWAIST NEWS!
ARE IN Priced as always $1.00
6 NEW STYLES (4 pictured above)
YOU can have more Waists and better Waists for
a given expenditure if you buy them here. Even for
a sum as low as one dollar you can obtain a Waist
here that's desirable in every sense of the word.
True, these Waists are exceptional in value, but
typical of the unusual Waist values to be found here
at all times.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Wirthmor One Dollar Waists.
Welworth Two Dollar Blouse.
WATCH
THIS SPACE
EACH DAY
for valuable information for motor
ic and those who contemplate
owning an automobile in the near
future.
Pendleton Auto Co.
II Johnson Street. Tel,lK)ne 511
We will have an interesting exhibit
at the Pendleton Automobile Show,
feb. 15, 16, 17.
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Roads Are Improved.
The roads from Pendleton to The
Dai ia are In fair condition reports
It. D. Smith of Waltsburg, who Is
here today, having just concluded a
trip over the route In a little Maxwell.
era vs. F. Q. Lucas; Henry T. H1U vs.
J. T. Hinkle.
Feb Jl. International Harvester Co.
s. D. G. Smith, et al: Rackney Invest
ment Co. vs. V. C. Lldvall; Anna E.
Bledsoe, Admnr. vs. O-W. R. & N. Co.
Feb. !S, Nick Nitson vs. Oeo. Geana
kcpulos; M. D. Smith vs. L. D. Owens.
Feb. !, Jas. Baldwin vs John Light
foot : Grace Pauline Hoch vs. The
Tcoples Warehouse.
Roads Very Muddy.
The roads between Pendleton and
Heltr are so muddy and cut up that
It is almost impossible to , get oyer
them In an auto, according to,w. H.
Harrison, who came In this morning.
Similar reports are received from
other parts of the county.
Non-Support Case Vp.
Walter Parraio, charged with non
support, is having a preliminary hear
ing this afternoon in the justice court.
Estate Is Appraised.
Douglas Belts, C. W. Mathews and
Dan Ptraw have filed their report as
Appraisers of the estate of the late
Ida Walker. They estimate its value j
at f46.lS.00. A, t '
"A Voice Heard Around the World"
Now come the time and hour when the minds and heart of this great American
people are heavily laden and they must do some deep thinking. The words spoken
by our President before the Congress exoresses the sentiment of One . Hundred
Million freedom loving people. Let us all unite with him and encourage him in
insisting upon the rights for which America stands, Freedom. The J. C. Penney Co,
is represented in 125 towns of eighteen of these grand old United States enjoying
the solid protection of our government, and no one can better understand what it
will mean to Old Glory than we, but our hearts and sentiments are with the Presi
dent during this, the most serious epoch of his administration.
lt.Hiitlfiil Crepe, Pe Chine, yard... $MH
Unlit and Park Shade Wool Batiste, yard Owe
Hlue Serge Skirts M-M. .
Silk Petticoats 2.4. $2-
New Crepe Waists S2.SS
White Kid (iloves . .' L4 to 2.l
Black and Tan Gloves $M to 2.4
Crown Corset o to S2.98
Colma Sorset, front lace l-8
TOTJ CAN
DO BETTER AT
J C Penney Co nr. J
Ladies' New Black Shoes 13.50 to ft.OS
SRn's Itretw Shoes , 12.08 to $.VM
CortleclU Silk Thread 8o
J. P. Coats Sewing Thread 4o
Williams Shaving Soap 4o
ColxaicK Talcum Powdur tc
New Flowered Rlhboiig, yard 2Sc to SSo
India IJuon, yard g l-a0 to 29 i-ta
Utng Cloth, yard ia i-2o to lHo
WE LEAD,
OTHERS FOLLOW
Funeral Is Held.
The funeral of Benjamin H. Owens.
who died Friday night, was held at
the family home on Wild Horse creek
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. "Rev.
R. B. Gornall of the Methodist church
conducted the services. Interment was
made in Olney cemetery.
Alleged Delinquents Ciled.
Hoyard Willis, charged with st-al-
Jng a rifle of J. E. Allen, and Ivan
rrague. charged with stealing $10 of
'John Bradburn. have been cited to
appear In Juvenile court tomorrow.
Both are boys under age.
n. S. P. T. to Meet
The parent-teacher association of
the high school will meet tomorrow
evening at 7: SO In the county library
auditorium. . John W. Huff has been
selected as the speaker. The enter
tainment program has been prepared
by the vUce presidents of the organization.
Saw Pendleton Bunch. ,
'The Pendleton boys were great
and they had a fine time around town
with their stunts and being entertain
ed at clubs," writes George 8. Tyler
of Minenapolis, to his old school
chum, G. H. Dalrymple, local West
ern Union manager. Mr. Dalyrmple
had wired his friend to he on th
lookout for the Round-Up brigade.
Talk Tallnmn for President.
The anhual election of officers of
the Commercial association will be
held tomorrow evening. President
Brock has announced that he would
not consider a proposal of a second
term. J. V. Tallman, who was pres
ident three years preceding Mr.
Brock, is being talked of as a can
didate for the poslton and C. M.
Bishop, present vice-presldent, Is also
discussed. Neither of these gentle
men, however, desires the position, it
Is said.
Indued nirulnst him a charge of hav
ing venison In his possession. The
man pleaded guilty this morning be
fore Justice of the Peace Parkes and
vas fined J50 and costs. The veni
son was found In Klicker's home be
neath blankets on his bed. He denies
having killed the deer but refuses to
divulge the name of the illegal slayer.
Auto Session Wednesday.
For the purpose of drawing fo-
i space at the coming Pendleton Auto
Show the various local dealers are to
meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 at j
the Commercial Club rooms. At thnt
time a nlat of the exhlhlt room will
he at hand and selections of space :
may be made.
Shipments Roll In.
Last shipments of the two-quart 11
ouor packages continue to come Into
Pendleton on every ' train. Thirty
five arrived on one train at one ex
Press office this morning. The Inst
flay alolwed by the bone-dry law for
receiving liquor Is Wednesday.
Charles Illegal Hunting.
Accusing Marlon Jarred. Charles
Jarred and Clarence Harris with
hunting deer out of season. Deputy
flume Warden Tonkin has sworn out
complaints against the three men. all
of whom live in the east end of tne
county. Two more men accused have
not yet been arrested and . conse
quently their names have not been
made public
ItllYAN WOCLB HAVE
NATION GO SLOW l.
Permit for New rtwelling.
J. D. Wells has taken nut a permit
to put up a dwelling house to cost
Jison. A permit has also been Issued
for the' construction of the garage
on Water street for the Simpson Auto
So by the Security Loan & Investment
Co. The cost is given as $60o.
Baskets of Armadillo Sheila.
In the windows of Major Moor
house's office today are some novel
work baskets made from the shell, of
armadillos. The lone tail of t'ie ani
mal Is curved back to fasten Into the
mouth of the animal thus forming a
handle. The baskets are the nro
petty of Mrs. E. F. Pommers of Echo
who brought them from Texas.
Trial Docket Set
Circuit court jury cases are set for
trial as follows:
Feb. 19. Herman Neuner vs. H. A.
Barrett. Herbert Cook vs. C. W Kirk
R. H. Lund, et al vs. Lillie Miller.
Fdith M. Fraker vs. Round-ITp Cit.v
Auto Co.
Feb. 20, F. D. Watts and E. C. Rog-
Sld Tolmeco to Boy.
fSeorge DeMott, local clear store
proprietor, ws brought before Police
Judge Fit Gerald this morning on a
charge of selling cigarettes to a mi
nor. He pleaded guilty, explaining
that he believed the boy would get
the tobacco some other place if he re
fused him. He was fined $10.
incd For Having Ymitonn
! rtomitl Wafilnn rnnw T..b1I CI., i
nrday night brought ln Jacob KHcker
from the east end of the county and
EX-PRESIDENT WHO OFFERS HIS
SERVICES IN EVENT OF WARFARE
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GII'FOJID PIXCHOT
1"LK.1)S IVH PEACE
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LOCAL GERMANS
LOYAL 10 U. 8.
One Business Man, However. Express
es 1'npatriotlc scntlni' iits mid l'.i
tron2 Leave Store
Since the severance of diplomatic
relations between the L'nited States
and Germany, there has been mu.-h
speculation locally as to the attitude
which German-American citizens will
take. Most of the native-born Ger
mans In the vicinity of Pendleton are
naturalized citizens and, while their
sympathies in. the European conflict
have been with the mother country,
the majority in this crisis are prov
ing true to their adopted country.
It is not so with all, however. Sat
urday a well known business man
who is a German by birth but who
has been naturalized' expressed vio
lent partisanship for the kaiser: "I
hope Germany cleans up the allies
and then comes over and licks these
American (censored)" he
Is reported to have said In the pres
ence of a number of patrons. With
in a minute practically every person
had left his store, It is said.
' Coming
DA LB ROTHWELL
Optometrist and Optician
Scientific optical
work. 1 1 years
vy- experience.
American National Bank Building
Pendleton.
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SALEM, Feb. 5. Senators Vinton
nd Huston delayed their logudatura
resolution assuring president Wilson
of Oregon'! loyal aupport Thcr
nanted the measure prlnU'd before
they voted. It will be considered to.
morrow. The house passed the reso
EXPERT REPAIRIKG
of Watches
and Jeweky
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
WCOrl
THE Jeweler
Cnoppsd lalfa
The Best Second Crop
You will find your horses, cows and chickens
will do better on this. Also long and baled Al
falfa, Barley, Corn, Oats and other feeds, by
the sack or carload.
Beardless and. Bald Barley and Seed Oats
GARLOTS SOLICITED
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QUALITY COUNTS WITH US.
1300 W. Alta Street. Phone 351
Town office with Will Moore, phone 35
HO.
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This Weather
Makes You Think of
" Buicking "
The pleasure of motoring instanly brings
BUICK to the mind of the Umatilla county motor-'
1st because he realizes that BUICK gives the most
pleasure, convenience, economy and service.
It's a fact that has been proven to the satisfac
tion of hundreds of local owners, by the test of
performance.
Arrange for a demonstration.
Cars here for delivery.
OREGON MOTOR GARAGE
Incorporated.
117, 119. 121, 123 Weit Court St. Telephone 46s

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