DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917.r
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The new Ford with its large radiator and enclosed fan, streamline
hood, with crown fenders both fi ont and rear, entire black? "sh
and nickel trimmings, presents a splendid appearance. At the
same time Ford cars have NEVER BEEN MADE , BETTER, from
every point of view than they are being made today. The experi
ence of building more than fifteen hundred thousand of them, to
gether with largely increased manufacturing facilities, means
higher quality with lower costs. Ford- after-service assured by
nine thousand Ford agents scattered all through the country.
Runabout $399.85; Touring Car f414,U5. On sale at
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CAS, OIL AND ACCESSORIES
700 Thompson St.
ADDITION IS- COMPI.1ETKD AND
oixn;i'iBi by iwo Sunday
George and William Pipe-1 Are V -111
With Pneumonia; Other News
Nptes of Interest.
(East Oregonian Bpeclal.)
HKLJX, March 17. The addition
to the Jiapttst church haa been com
pleted. Two classes ot the Sunday
school recite in It, and the lad lea'
club had Ita first - weekly meeting
there Friday. 1 '
' George and Wm. Piper are very
111 with pneumonia at their home
east of town. Trained nurses are in
attendance. - -
George MoGranahan left Thurs
day for a visit to his rother-ln-law.
Kmmett Reese, who ta seriously 111 at
Walla Walla. Mrs. McGranahan has
(been with her brother during the
J. J. Lewis, Advocate editor, la
building a house on 'bis ranch near
. . w.iu nr. 1 1 m rlvtftr
Vmith Bros received a carload ot
aalt Thursday. .
The Alabama trouDadoura played
Judge Marsh, J. B. Montgomery
and others were out rrom Pendleton
Mrs. James Kern will entertain. her
Sunday school class Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. FTd t Koebcke wero
gueata at the Atapacn home Sunday.
Mr and Mm. V. V.' Kerley and Mr.
and Mrs. S. Smith were Walla. Wal
la visitors Tharsday.
Mrs. John Peterson baa. recovered
from a seise ot rheumatism. ,
Mlaa -Burmester, who has been
. iir t4 Mr tr. waa called
(home on account of sickness In her
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ALL NIGHT SERVICE. V
U.P. Er.lPLOYES TO
GET USE OE LAND
Have Prlvtika ef oUUeeUaur KlgM
eg Way asd Ochre- Available
t;roae fir OardeaM.
president J. D. Karrell of the
Oregeei-Waaalngton Railroad Nav
igation Company haa Juat made an
nouncement of that company's plan
this rear to give Its employee the
privilege of cultivating Ita right-of-way
and other lands that mny lie
ava.fo.hie for such purposes. Thle Is
. a KmliinL "aa an aid to n.
others than employes, when aultably
reeommended. on the same ierm..
This move brings Into poeeime pre
- v.rv larae area of land
as fertile and capable as the average
farm, and if the orrer can oe
.........i i, win absolutely remove from
the employee family expense account
the cost of veegtaDles lor an "
MASTODON OF NEW
Ann Arbor Man Presents Mu
seum With Skeleton of Ani
mal of 300,000 Yr. Ago.
SKW TURK, March 17. What is
declared to be the first skeleton of
. ...ar anodes of mastodon has been
done." he explains, "aa an aid to n. j M American Museum
tlonaJ preperedne-e through the pro- Historv from K. U Trox-
duattea of TegetaWe roods. ' Arbor. Mich. It was an-
N. charge wll Ibe made for the "'r
privilege, and'th. only condition U n"Tn'm;n, .., was unearth
that such products aa are grown northern Texas and is believ
h.11 be confined te the use of.m, Uent an animal that lived
pleyea and their families ' ..laboiit Sou 000 vears ago. is dlstln-
"O-r great family of -l ned by a Jaw much longer than
he adds, -can splendidly aaalst In the ,"B'? mastodon, yet
nation's program of rei-srednoes by ny or tne ter j
addrag to the food supply, and all """'" ,, virtually complete,
who can do so are earnestly urged The J?''' . .,, head and
jt . f thla offer" ,nniui, , .
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Bunea laiuu -
j J. H. Icing of Rltavllle la expected
' here Saturday. .
j Mrs. N1.: Curts of Walla Walla. Is
an Alaskan land bridge over which Jj-Un.
animals of the prehistoric age passed v" Jonn, of Pendleton, is
from Asia to North America. 1 t. j. ixiwis.
i ( MmFiiMi aa a descendant or "n T .i.nn
of a race of European mastodons, the r' " reBidfcnts. but now of
skeleton of one of wnicn now is on Waa Walj are .here visiting rela-
: . .. tina and frlenda
Repair Shop in Connection
Under. Management of A. H. Jarred.
Service Station for JEFFERY Car
car owner is cordially solicited . . t
vea and friends. , The aociora are v
. . "i Mnritn, the' i ..iA. nt hlnAd notaonlng or
hemisphere, however, the long law,Q WMk wh friends In Cold Spring. j infection. Ther lmprlnta of the child's
mustodon attained greater sixe. it Is Jack mmck ha, returned from a teeth apparently Just cannot toe re-
said, tnan ora tne r.nrai.ii empioy(,a on tne moTed. from the 'arm, ana cu -
The specimen represented here atood ' rancn.- . . - . '.tinging aeaaatlon.
aooui eignt leei man, . Mr Jonn puntlng la quite m at
massive. hrr hmll nw MyrlcK atauon.
Ult-VT WOMAVS AHirt (XMtPS
I"UVNNCT IrV 1K)I.D Ul'TII LAW
r.ia announcement further pro
vldes that lands not applied for
within ten days wll Ibe offered to
hind lews are missing. According to
scientists here, the discovery is an
other evidence that there once existed
Now is the time to
The motoring season is here.
Save yourself grief on those trips
you plan taking, by outfitting your car
with new tires NOW.
VULCANIZING AND RETREADING.
ACCESSORIES AND OILS.
NEW YORK, March 14. Miss
Ruth 1-aw. long distance aviator. Is
to organise and train the first wom
an's sero corps of the I'nlted States.
Miss law's Intention to take up
the training of. her countrywomen
for service in the air was nam
known here today In a letter from
Paris, where ahe had been some
. innbtn. tnr an aeroDlHne suit
able for women and studying aerial
The dating woman aviator wroie
that she had secured the type of ma
chine she sought and that she ex
pected to return to the United States
in a few days with it.
ixxyrU MARKS 8EWD
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March 17. MISS
flargaret Beams waa operated on at wmls of Bombay. India, Miss phllr
the hospital In Bayre for a unique ax-
Twenty years ago, when a little girl
a boy plavmate bit her right forearm.
The imprints of the boy's teeth have
always remained and caused Miss
Reams suffering at times. lauely
the marka of the teem on the arm
became badly inflamed, and an op
eration haa been performed . to re
move the imprints.
This is the second operation for
the eame cause, the first failing to
bring the dealxad relief.
GIRL TAKES HUSBAND
FOR OKE DAY TO KEEP
BIG ESTATE IN INDIA
CHICAGO. March 17. According
. mfnrv told bv T. Gilbert i
lpp'a- Hartley of New Tor waa mar
ried yesterday to John Colfax, a Chl-
cagoan, whom ahe never before nao
. i ,rAn-w tn aecure'title to. the
Uln, . M w.
estate of Oarleton Han nan of Bon;
bay. who la said to be worth aeverai
million dollars. Dr. Willis said he
Induced Colfax to wed Mies Hartley
and accept a specified amount with
the understanding that he would
never again see hla wife. Dr Willi
said Colfax did not expect to . live
long on account of Heart failure.
A marriage license issued . to , the
nnir nn the- bride's age as 35 and
the bridegroom's" aa J,
MOFIMO.V'IVOMIV IS DRIB.
SALT LAKE, March ll.'Mra.
Rhoda A.. Lyman, oae or 'the fore
most ". workers In , the Mormon,
church "and first, of the three wives)
of the late Prapi is M urara. pres
ident, of the twelve apostles, died to
day of pneumonia. She was" 7f years
old. . ' i - f
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