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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1917.
EIGHT PAOm Al ?i . . j ';.!(. f;ti;ti;iiiiiiiiiiiiiitniitiiuiiiiiiiii!ini!iiiiii:i!iiu!iiuit!ii!iiitttiiil!iit!!ti I JSLsf Vfc i'aJ LOOK OVER THE REST 4ss iMl1tas pa cr nam if' I u in III; E c 9 A is i! I S 3 aiiiiniiiiiiiiiiHiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis 5 Lest you forget we have it yet GRAY BROS. Peroxide Soap SPECIAL Box 12 bars 90c Box 3 bars 25c GRAY BEOS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones, 28 , 823 Main St Homo frm College. Roy Temple, who has been attend ing the Oregon Asrlcultural College, arrived home this morning to remain. Buys New Car. liou Button, local agent of tho Paige, report the sale of a Fleet wood (IS to George D. Fell of thi city. Amtki jm posters Oat Attractive posters advertising the first aasmal Pendleton Auto Show were put p today tn the store win dows. Stickers are also being circulated. To Make Houte Here. R L. Knight of Christopher. III., who has Just finished Irving College. has arrlTed in Pendleton to make his home with his uncle, J. B. Knight distributor of the Studebaker automobiles. County Court In Send on. The county court this morning con vened the regular February session and Judge Marsh and Commissioner Cockburn are auditing bills today. E. H. Anderson, the new commissioner, has not yet returned from California. Tbe New Pad-Frost Peplsa Blssss it 'shows la this ' simple frock at beigs twill cm witi collar el, whits Georrrtts crtpe, sad iilytr buttons to trim. Yoo will nod only to DO$t op-to date styles is Pictorial Review Patterns for March TW Spris Fukits Beck ST. YOUR "SPRING SEWING" WILL BE A PLEASURE IF YOU ALLOW PICTORIAL REVIEW OR HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS TO ASSIST YOU. If you wish to be smartly gowned for every occasi on to lead the fashions instead of following them use either PICTORIAL or HOME JOURNAL pat terns, both for sale by TOM It Pendletons Quality Store W J E ARE In close contact public opinion regarding motor cars and know that seasoned Judg ment will Influence many motorists this year in the selection of their nert fine car. If you are a motorist yourself, you will know the reason fur this dis crimination. You know that the man who dis cards a heavy car Is looking for the ligtit-weight car because he Is Urea of enormous gasoline and tire bills. You know he is looking fur a com fortable car to drive and ride in because he is tired of constant exer tion in controlling a car; tired of suf fering the jolts thHt a heavy car get over rough roads. You know he Is looking for a wife car. one that holds the road and stops and starts easily. He is looking for that which the ex perienced motorist Is finding the Franklin srtcntiflr-llght-welghi car. PEXW.ETON AITO CO. with I Appointed Administrator. L. W. Owen of Pilot Rock has been appointed administrator of the estate of his brother, the late Benjamin K. Owen. Tho estate Is valued at $ 4 S3 3. 50 and consists for the most part of a half Interest In certain farm land and equipment For "Real Americans." Copies of the menu for the dinner given January 80 for the Pendleton brigade at St. Paul by L, W. Hill and W. P. Kennv have been received here. The affair was at Carling's restaur ant, St. Paul, and was credited as in honor of "Real Americans" from Pendleton, Ore. Consomme Pendle ton was served. Ba4cMban Games Tonight. There will be two of the fastest games of the season this evening when the P H. S. boys and girls' basketball teams p'av the Athena H. S. boys' and girlls' teams. This Is the last game of the season for the girls and If they win from Athena tonight they will claim the championship of eastern Oregon and southeastern Washington. "Rack1 Denies He Was Thrown. Writing to the sporting editor of the Hast Oregonian. Young Hacken achmldt, the wrestler who defeated Ray McCarroll here recently, enclos es a clipping from the Boise Capital News In which It la stated that Frank McCarroll defeated Hackenschmldt In Pendleton last Saturday night throw ing him twice. The time of each fall together with the hold that turned the trick Is given. "Hack" says he was In Twin Falls last Saturday and s very Indignant over the rnport He has never wrestled Frank MeCairoU, he says. McCarroll wrestled Harold Christiansen of Denmark In Boise last night Lincoln Day Banquet. It Is announced that the committee having In charge the Lincoln Day banquet proposed to be held at the Hotel Pendleton, Monday evening, February 12. 1917, request all citi- sens who desire to attend to notlr, Charles K. Cranston, secretary of the Pendleton Commercial Association, aa early as noon of Friday. "February 9. In order that the committee may know how many guests to provide for. The price per plate will be 31.00. The gathering will be non-partisan. Men of all phases of political belief will he welcome. Gamblers Are Fined. The four men arrested Monday night at the Round-Up Pool Hall on charges of gambling were convicted yesterday afternoon in police court on the evidence of a deaf man named Koherts. All questions had to be proponded to him In writing. He tes tified that he sat In the game and paid one dollar a stack for the shins, Miss Elolse Hall, prominent Port land vocalist and Mrs. J. R. Dickson also of Portland but formerly a leader In Pendleton musical circles, are to appear In recital at the Presbyterian church Monday evening. The an nouncement is being greeted with much enthusiasm by the scores o. frleads of Mrs. Dickson and by mu slo lovers In general who will like wise welcome the opportunity to hear Miss Hall. Hight tables were encircled for play yesterday when Mrs. J. F. Robinson and Mrs. James B. Welch entertained at a charmingly appointed bridge party at the home of Mrs. Robinson. The pretty favor for high score was captured by Mrs. Una H. Sturgia while Mrs. Dunn was awarded the second score trophy. Por the pleasure of Mrs. J. R. Dickson of Portland, Mrs. F. E. Boy den will entertain with a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Practice House Fri-da-. Mrs. Harry Rees of rHanfield was a visitor In the city Tuesday. Mrs. J. Tlmmermsn Is visiting In the city today. Ira Scott Is her today from h's place near Helix. Ietcher Norvall of Helix Is here upen a businef trip. Miss Irene Rut hers of Helix was passenger on the Northern Pacific train this morning. (Paid Advertisement ) For sale 3 stands of bee Phone 367 J. P. O Box 498. For sale Horn on South Main. Phone S7J. p. O. Box 498. Wanted Second hand baby buggy with reed or wicker body. Phone S03W For rent Furnished front room with bath, 503 Water street. Phono 57. For rent Suite of two rooms, with or without board. Mrs, W. B Maya 837 Water street Barred Plymouth Rock, prli win ning layers; hatching eggs, 31.00 for 15. Mrs. B, W. Chappell, Umatilla, Ore. For rent Nicely furnished front apartment with glass enclosed sleep ing porch. Phone 305M or call 503 Water. For sale 5-room strictly first class modern house with heating sys tem. Well Improved lot. 3 blocks from postofflce. Call 198W. Purebred Bronze Turkey gobblers for sale. Range raised. No better blood in the state Prices from $7.50 to 111. George C. Cue. Stanfield. Oregon. For rent 7 l- Uteres, a small house with full basement, good barn, hen house and root cellar In the N. R. comer of the city. J6 month. Box 343. City. To lease for a period of five years, 340 acres of land suitable for small dairy. Some bottom land, some wheat and pasture land. Good orchard and garden. Will arrange It for dairy. Geo. R. Roberts, city. White Leghorn Chirks, hatching eggs, premier laying strain of north west. HardV. nuira raised venrlina hens, vigorous, Hoganized cockerels, sena for catalogue. Bverlay Eg Farm, the Dalles. Ore. Lease for sale Five year lease on section; 310 acres summerfallow, 111) acres seeded; 38 horses! 9 head cat tle, hogs, agricultural Implements, all for sale; near town; rent one-third grain In warehouse. Call on or ad. dress, H. J. Welty, La Cro.-se, Wash. Rook Springs and K em merer Coal. For Rock Borlnira and Kemmerer coal, call Oregon Lumber Yard. Rig Dance Tonight Given in Moose halli by Sawyer's Orchestra, Admission, 50c; ladie.i, free. Adv. The defendants did not put in any testimony. Fred Davis, who was running the game. putd a fine of 8100 and George McDonald p:iid 325. Ira Allen and Loren Cuffmun were each assessed 325 but, pending payment, are in Jail, The police announced this afternoon that they Intended arrest ing the proprietors of the Ronnd-l'p Pool Hall. CLOGGING PIMPLES ID BLACKHEADS Easily Prevented by Use of Ciiticura These distressing disfigurations are prevented, in .most cases, by using Cuti cura Soap for every day toilet purposes and little touches of Cuticura Ointment as needed. If pirn- , pies arc actually present, smearthem gently with Cuticura Ointment and let it remain on five min utes and then wash off with Cuticura Soap and hot water. The mission of Cuticura is not only to soothe and heal but to prevent skin troubles by keeping the pores free from impurities and irritation. For Free Samples by Return Mail address post-card : "Cuticura, Dept. 28, Boston.' Sold everywhere. And then come here and get the "Best." It surely make us feel good to tee so many people shop around in the other store of Pendleton and then come to u to do their buying. We like that and want to encourage it; go see what our competitor have and get their so-called "best" price and then -before you purchase walk a block up the street to the greatest saving institution there is today. The Golden Rule, and find out that our merchandise is the "Best" and that we have just one "Best" price. We love competition because it makes u just that much stronger with the public Come and see if we do not undersell them all. Outing Gowns ItUe' Hose Vi l-2o. 15ft 2Rc Ladlea' Vents 6 l-4ft 8 1-Sft 100 Children's SumiorteM I ' Children's Stockings I ISO, ISO Coats Crochet Cotton ,0 Ciitlowm Soap ,Hc Palmollve Soap, 8 for 2V Colgate Talcum la Peroxide 130 azarelh Waists Slo Girls' Gingham Dresses, 2 to 6 years 4 So Girls' Bungalow Aprons, 1 to ( years So llrasHleres, all sJses 15 Embroidered Flounrliura, 18-lu. 10c to 10 Corset Cover Embroidery 10c to 1 to Ladles' Umbrella 49c, 7 Iks, tile l adles' Handkerchiefs lc, I t-Jc, So Indies' Fibre Root Hose ft&o Ladles' Gingham Petticoats (to YOO CAN DO BETTER AT" X7 J C Pennfy Co 'T WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW Alfalfa llay. Order your baled hay for spring de livery now. No. 1 quality. Save ad vance In price. E. C Burllngame. Walla Walla, Wash. Auto Stage. For Adams, Athena and Weston, leaves AMen-Ward Co., at 10 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. each day. Phone 400 for reservations. Ralph Shaffer, prop, Adv. Baggage Transferred. C E, Williamson, headquarters at Hennlngs Cigar Store. Phons I or 3 08 J. Adv. Masquerade Bull at Rleth. St. Valentine's Day, Wed , Feb ruary 14, In Railroad Club hall, Good floor and music Prize for best cos tumes. Gentlemen, 50e; ladies, free. Adv. Notice of Payment of City of pendle on Improvement Rond. Notice Is hereby given that dty of Pendleton Improvement Bonds No. 1. Peries R. No. 1, Series S, and Nos. 9 and 10. Series T, will be paid upon presentation theerof to the under signed at the American National Bank, Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon. Interest on said bonds ceases March 1, 1917, Dated February 7, 1917. LEB MOORHOU8R. Treasurer, City of Pendleton. By ffm, Mickelsen, Deputy. PllPil 1 ILLfcilZjl I Do yon need to hold printed matter nearer to or farther from the eyes t-an f . rmerly; or do you suffer from frequent headaches which medi cines do not cure? If so your eyes need the aid of correctly fitted lenses; glasses that fit are only possible when the slht ha been scientifically tested; here you will find every facility for doing this, so that all who come may re. ceive the utinoxt benefit frrm wearing glanses. Eleven years experience. Reasonable charges. Dale RoHl Optometrist and Optician. American Natl. Building. H;mk IE mi The Prescription 4 We guarantee purity, accu- 5 I K llWtftV Sa)V 'vaiii viyllTC'l ICS TA. t 2 When your physician writes a prescription for you or some member of your family, he has his patient's welfare in mind. The value of the medicine which is to be given does not depend upon the price, but upon the good which it will accomplish. Your physician's wishes and the patients welfare will both be conserved if we do the compounding. Pure ingredients and scientific methods insure right results. We guarantee purity, accu racy and reasonable prices. Let Us Fill Your Next Prescription Thompsons Drug Store Phone 520 Prompt Deliveries Wheat Land for Sale. One of th 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 particular write to H. S. Shangle, Milton, Ore gon. Adv. Big Dance at German Hall, Saturday night, Feb. 10. Good floor, good music and a good time assured to all. Don't mm It. Adv. Ebtray Notice. Came to my place on January 15. 30 miles N. W. of Pondleto5n, known as the Thomas homestead, calves, branded 7T on right hip, 3 black, 1 yellow Jersey, spotted Jersey. W. F. ELL 13, A(v.) Box 783, City. Coming EXPERT REPAIRING of Watches and Jewell y SATISFACTION CllMG) wm HANSCO THE Jeweler Chopped A 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 CARLOTS SOLICITED myteti QUALITY COUNTS WITH US. 1300 W, Alta Street. Phone 351 Town office with Will Moore, phone 35 no. 1 This Weather 1 Makes You Think of I Buicking" I The pleasure of motoring instanly brings BUICK to the mind of the Umatilla county motor ist 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 Wil Court St. Telephone 468