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DAILY EAST OREflOXIAN. FENPLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1917. EIGHT PAGES niHtiipiiKHmntmitmiHm rs iimiiiIiiiti Mrs. Charles H. Dunn, daughter of Mrs. X B Bowman, who wa here to attend the funeral of Ben Owen, has returned to her home in iftud Point, Idaho. Mrs. C. S. Jackson of Portland, is exierted to arrive shortly to be the housegue.it of Mrs, J, F. Robinson. Mr. Jackson expects to come up for the automobile show. Robert Fllthlan of the Filthian Barker Shoe. Co. of Portland, left for Echo this morning after having tran WHEN you get the habit ot wear ing our clothes, other men will get the habit of looking to you lor style mm mmm ' sacted business here. LOOK OUT FOR THE LITTLE GIRL NEXT DOOR HI llHil FEAR sen m mm IXSTANT RELIEF! "PAPE'S DIA PEPSIN" ENDS YOCK STOM ACH TROUBLE FOREVER, Wonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did th damage do you?' Well, don't both er. If your stomach la in a revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what yoj just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps; head diay and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undi- rested food; breath foul, tongue coated just take a little Pane's Eia pepsin and in five minutes you won der what became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have a bad stomach, A little Dlapepsin oc casionally keeps this delicate organ regulated and they eat the favorite foods without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion: if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest most harmless relief is Pape's Dia pepsin which costs only fifty cents for a large can at drug stores. It's truly wonderful it digests food and set things straight, so gently and easily that It is really astonishing. Please, for your sake, don't go On and on with a weak, disordered stomach; it's so unnecessary. Basketball Game Called Off. On account of action of the board of control of the Walla Walla high school the girls' basketball game be tween Walla Walla and Pendleton scheduled to be played here Friday Is cancelled. Walla Walla has decid ed not to keep a girls' team out for interacholastic honors on account of opposition from some of their promi nent citizens; who maintain that bas ketball is too rough for girls. ESMOND PROMISES TO MAKE GOOD FOR REDS r 1 1 "V '-Si SUSS1! Wft" W WRTf v h k v I '"in i ii in I , iU-.it' SJI-WMY ESJjIOKD' Jimmy Esmond, who, together with Garry Herrmann for the Cincin nati club from Buffalo, when . there was such a scramble for Federal League players, wilt be with the Cin cinnati Reds the coming season with his two fellow stars. Looming near, the automobile show approaches the saturation point of in terest. "Peace without victory" that Is what some sad eyed husbands have achieved. Wheat Land for Sale. One of the best quarter sections for wheat in Franklin county, Wash., all fenced, nearly level. As nice to work as a garden. Very little waste land. Small; dwelling. Good auto ta ken as part payment. A real bar gain for a quick sale. For particulars write to H. S. Shangle, Milton, Ore gon. Adv. Miss Mae Rea, who has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. E. Cohn, for the past sevenar weeks, left today for her home In Heppner. Mlas Pauline Rice and Stanley Sayres returned to Whitman College last evening after having spent the mid-semester vacation at their homes in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Welssert of Pen dleton, were recent visitors at the big exhibit of Southern California pro ducts maintained free to the publio in Los Angeles Chamber of Com merce. They also attended the lec tures, moving pictures and concert that are a part of the daily program. The exhibit is the largest of any in the country maintained by a com mercial organisation. Before return ing home, they expect to visit several of the many other places of Interest in southern California. The Epworth League held its regu lar monthly social meeting last even ing at the home of Walter Owen. Fol lowing the business session a delight ful social hour was enjoyed with sev eral guessing contests and dainty re freshments. The league members are planning a special Valentine dims social for some time next week. John M. Bentley expects to leavs tomorrow for Portland for a short visit. His youngest daughter, Miss Mabel Bentley, was married last Sat urday to N. N. Blumenstaadt of Rain ier. Oregon, at the Bentley home on Jefferson street by Rev. R. B. dev enger and left with her husband for Rainier that day. The meeting of the Hawthorne Par ent Teacher's Association last night was very Interesting to both parents and tachers. General topics pertain ing to the welfare of the school and the benefit to the child were discuss ed by the parents. Mrs. J. R. Dickson arrived th's morning from Portland to visit for a short while at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Weetbrooke Dickson. J. B. Baker Is down from Meacham. Louis Christiansen of Weston is down today. C. 3. Ward of Stanfield was In the city overnight. W. J. 'Furnish of Portland is a guest of the Pendleton. George a Daly of La Grande Is a guest of the St. George. M. A. Sturtevant was in yesterday from his home at Pilot Rock. J. F. Spinning, Echo merchant, spent last night In Pendleton. Mrs. Rose Campbell left today for Fan Francisco on a baying trip. C. F. W. Holllster of Gurdane is among the visitors in Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wright of En terprise, are registered at the Bow man. John F. Hoyt of Walla Walla, W. O. W. organiser, is registered at the Golden Rule. Mayor Laura Starcher and Mr Starcher of Umatilla are spending the day In Pendleton. I1HI 10. 9 S Contest. Feb. 15th mi ii, AT ECHO, OREGON OF PORTLAND OF ECHO Several Good Preliminaries This will be a good fast bout between two men who have a reputation for going after their man. i Pendleton sport loving fans can leave on the motor at 5 :30 and return home early next morning. ! $15 to J35 are style-leaders for Spring. These clothes are de signed by the foremost American authorities. And they are built to wear; the fabrics used in them must stand up under the most rigid tests-for-wear before being accepted by the maker. The very suit you want is at this store ready to give you that well-dressed appearance. NEW SPRING HATS Stetson, Knox, Dobbs, Crofut and Knapp in styles that will emphazie your personality HIEDCAP QUALITY CAPS BOND BROTHERS Pendleton's Leading Clodtiert Men's Complete Oxtfittert iiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriniiiiitnaTislait LOCALS Q Advertising in Erict . RATES. Per line first Insertion lot Per line, additional Insertion. . . . fie Per line, per sooth 11.00 No locals takes for leas tbsa 2uc Coant ordinary words to Una Locals will not b takaa or or Um telephone enept from But Oregoa ias paid-sp subscriber. Housekeeping rooms, 400 E. Alts. Furnished apartment 717 Lilleth. Modern seven room bouse for rent Inquire John Vert. . For rent Furnished -room bun galow. Call 200 B. Alts, Far sale Five room modern bun galow. Phone 444. Pendleton Hair Dressing Parlors, Pendleton Hotel building. Phone 46. D. B. Waffle auto for hire. Phone 284M. stand, Charles Co., Phone 7. I haul ysur garbage and trash. Phone 653M. 1403 W. Railroad st. For rent Furnished 2 -room house, North Side Call J90J. For rent Large, newly furnished housekeeping rooms. 701 K. Court. Wanted to borrow, $1000 at ( per cent, long time, on 1(0 acres good land. Address X East Oregonlan. Fsr sale Federal truck and trans fer business. D. B. Waffle, Pendle ton, Oregon. I have a bunch of gentle Jersey heifers for sale. Will be fresh soon. O. F. Steele, Nolin, Ore. Call Penland Bros, van to move your household goods. Telephone 389. Also baggage transferring and heavy haul ing. Prompt automobile taxi service, day and night Funerals to cemetery only 13.50. Phone 481, Book Cigar Store. Carney Taxi Co. Rooming house for sale. Main street, in center of business district Doing good business.- Inquire of Pan land Bros. Mattress making, furniture repair lng, upholstering, called for and dellv ered, city or country. La Dow Bros., 210 Beauregard. Phone 227J. For sale 1(0 acres near Echo, Ore., lie per acre. 10 acres under ir rigation ditch. Write EX W. Bastman, La Qrande, Ore. Housekeeping rooms, (01 Willow. Man and wife want work on ranch. 614 W. Court street For sale Fresh milch cows. T. J Cheney. Box 122 Olty.' For rent t furnished housekeep ing room 124 Jeff Davis. Lady with small child wants work in country. Mrs. Bucknsr, 384R. Help wanted Experienced choco late dipper. Apply Kopper Kettle. Man and wife wants work on ranch. Inquire (14 Cosble street Room 4. For rent I room apt Mrs. Fried ley, 10 Water street. ' Main street block. For rent (-room furnished house. First class condition, close In. Phone 757W. Wanted Position as cook on farm by lady with two children. Good cook and good manager. Mrs. Wheel, er, 1(1 Third St., S, Marshfleld, Ore. For sale 100 tons hay, good feed ing place. Some pasture. Inquire Floyd Rankin, City, or phone 7I4W. Wanted By experienced ranch hand, position on ranch, wife an I baby. Steady work Apply this office. For rent 1 nicely furnished rooms, heat and shower baths close la, 0( W. Court phone 741W. Lost Sunday, on streets of Pendle ton, cameo brooch. Finder leave at Northern Pacific depot and receive reward. C2 TUESDAY r nnr? UULblAi U UULS WEDNESDAY Thrills! Thrills! Thrills! Fcati more dar ing; than you hare ever een before. 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