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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1917. PAGE nVK -4 "ECONOMY" PRICES "THE CASH ONLY STORE" CONROY'S CONROY'S 24) Strawberries, the bcx ..............- Baking Soda, 4 packages for .'. 25 Corn Flakes, 3 packages for 25 Van Camps Pork and Beans"..... 10 Brooms, Extra Value 35, 50, GO4 Sweet Pickles, gallon jar $1.10 Sour and Dills, gallon jar 85 c Light House Cleanser ....A... 5 Tooth Picks, the box - 5 Matches, the box 5 Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 for 25 Large Italian Prunes, 2 lbs . 25 Yellow and White Meal, 9 lbs 43 Head Lettuce 10S 3 for 25? Upst Iowa Corn, the can '. 10? Skinners Macaroni, the package . 10? Kvaporated Peaches, the pound 10? Raisins, 2 packages 25? Macaroni .or Spaghetti, 5 lb. box 40? Carnation Milk, the can 11? Olympic Pancake Flour ..: 30? Folgers Baking Powder, 1 lb. 40; 2.V- lbs OO? 5 lbs. $1.75, 10 lbs. ?3.25. Van Camps Soup 10? Oysters 4 oz. 10?; 8 oz. 20? A Good Coffee; the pound 25? Crisco ... small 50?, medium OO?, large $1.65 Best Cider Vinegar, the. gallon 30? Rolled Oats, 10 lb. sack .55? Star Naptha Washing Powder 20? Red Salmon small 15?; large can 20? Table Salt 5 lb. sack IO?; 10 lbs. 20? Vanilla Extract, 2 oz. size ;. 20? Lemon Extract, 2 oz. size 20? Lo? Cabin Syrup ..qts. 42?; tt gal. 70? Italian Prunes, the pound 10? LOCALS S advertising in Bi iet r Hd first luMKrUoa. . , . ...lor !Vr 1Id, add f clonal tnatrtloB... Cm r Hue, pr uuom .......... No local taken for lea tbas 23c Count orrtioary word to iin. Localt will not b taka orf Um tiibou wept from ICut Onam imv paid op uhftcrlber. Phone 640 CONROY'S Phone 640 , (Sond Ilrt for ftnle. If yii have a lot that you want flllAd with good dirt and wttnt to gf it at a rnnallo price, it will pay you t phone 22 7 R at once. Adv. For for Will Pay You Cah potato, any quantity a!bo poultry. drriwd pork and Pendleton Fruit Co.. Phone nHm think that old bachelor don't understand women, but widows know netter. Frf Free! Another 1200 phonograph ir.ven away at the Hon ton Store, it In their window. Adv. to he gee An to Biwjre For Adams. Athena and Wen ton leaves Allen-Ward Co.. at 10 a. m and 110 p. m. each day. Phone 4 0t for reservation Ralph Shaffer, prop Ad. It taken a able a man hlmaelf. lot of will power to en to Have himeelf from Mr 'line for rent. Oeo. W. Coutta. Dr. Proe betel, chiropodist. Tel. Ill For oale Fine young hogs. TeJe phone 4F11. lcManter Apartments, 777 Thomp, eon rtreet. For rent-rS-room houae. good con dition. Phone 4H. For aale lilrdseye maple bedroom act. OaJl 2&7M. Man wants work of any kind in cihfi- Inquire 314 Tustin. For rent Whftat farm. Phon 3S7M, Pendleton, Ore. Wanted Oood. clean rags, at Th East Oregonlan office. For rent Furnished front room, or 2 if desired. Phone 745. Milk Clean, pure. When In need of It phone Ed Morgan, 26J. Mewlnff by enKagemcnt or at home Phone 73 1M. Man and wife wih posits. n on ranrh. Addrens Hox 72, Krho. Or. tJ. B. W.iffle auto tui uuu. t'hoo .'8 4M. Stand. Charles Co., Phone I haul- your garbage and trev-' Phone 653M. 1403 W. Railroad at Two second hand pianos fur sai very reasonable.. Inquire this office. Situation wanted Nurse of I0114 practical experience, references from doctors Take charge of yany ca. Phone 25&M. For rent 4 room furnished house. No objeciiona to one child Apply 727 ;;tr.lfn street. Phone 34 1W. Kicks for hatching. Barred Ply mouth Rocks. $1.00 for 15. Inquire ". W. Jackson, 220 Long Ntreet. Wanted Oirl for general houK? work in family of two. Must be ex pert cook. Phone 658. For rent New 7 -room hoiine. !J per month. 71f Mill street. Apply Walters Mill. For rent Two nicely f urn tube! housekeeping rooms. Inquire 1 2 1 Stonewall Jacltsori street. For sale Few good young- register- ed Shorthorn and Herford bull. Phone 146. Pendleton Meat Co. For carpentering1, remodeling lh work, country or town, see John licw- man, 40 E Alta. Phone 2'JOF. ivndletun Hyde & Junk Co.. !I0 W I Webb street, wants two or three mr. ! to work. See Ijfd Moorhoiine for Insurauee. Fire, accident, casualty. Prompt ad justments without red tape. Phone 1 Books audited, office work and correspondence handled by hour or day. reasonable, phone 0gW, Wanted To buy a few stock hoga weighing 70 iba and up. phone 144. Pendloion Meat Co. Xst 'Rear door of overland 'ar. Return to this office and receive re ward. Wanted To buy 4 or 5 room house, rimall payment down and ren- snnable payments by the month. Irvington Heights Is offered for sale in blocks of Zh, 50 or the entire t 107 lota, to ine niKnem. wooer, fit: of the property can be bad at this of. flee. Mattress making, furniture repair ing, upholstering, called for and deliv ered, city or country. La Dow Bros.. 21s Beauregard. Phone 227J. Call Penland Bros, van to rnuve youi Household goods. Telephone 339. A Is. baggage transferrin., and heavy haul in. , For sale Several hundred goo J No. 1 second hand wool bags at 4 5 cents each, inquire H. W. Collins, 114 B. Court street. Lee's DresHaking School, drftinj ; and tailoring- taught. Patterns cut w 1 measure. All kinds of sewing done ! MyrUk residence, 30S E. Hluff. Rooming house for sale- Mail. street, in center 01 business district Doing good business, inquire of Fin land Bros. Let us do your eaning, pressing , .t ' 1 and rM,fiirinfr. We tiav oartk'Ulur at- FMW. V 'MtllHIHIIIIHHItllllflllfll 1 THURSDAY f!fTTTTffr:'TrTr?f?T?1?rT!TTT'tfr!TTT?f!Ilt?fHn iiniimmm!itmmmmiiii!n!!iM"mf'f!im'(M!iii!!ii !!l.!iiilliilliililiiiliitkiiliiiiiiii.iiiM.ii lUihiimmwiiiu. If mothers would only tell their daughter of the snares that lie in wait, tbey would not pay to their d ying- day for the knowledge that ccmei too late. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Kuits marie to order j Call at 112 E- Court, next to Wemern L'nlon. Phone ISO. SihililiilWiilhiili IIMIKI llilliiliiiiiililill !tt!!t(fni1i(:!iii(ntiM'tfftffiiiHnmrinrMiiirniititinttiitiiiiiM)ifiiiiiHiiifi'Miiiii iUdliUilUllUliiiHUiMJ.IiU lenilon to it. ulovnifrnt in lonKine cainpg. saw j mill. lo and ah and door factor- Kree map ( Montana and rrm In- lies. Mn witn families preierreo. formation regarding llie grain 'an.l Uddn-w Knapp-Chrnfy Company, tock lands of North Montana. Writ; i Spalding BuildinK. Portland, Oregon. Notth Montana Immigration Aa'n 1 Wanlrd fiirl for g-nral house Wpt. KO. Havre. Mont. work. Phon 61 1- Hend Oregm. in a rapidly growlux ! r i, thAumni; Inhabitant, i Thus far, fortunau-l:. good Mchoola. churrhB and exoellen rlimlite. We want mn and boys .for hMn no national free verse. there ha anthom written !n MOTION PICTORE MS What the Picture Theaters . , .pave to Tell You. - & r - CM. A HAtU TOSV Tilt ItSI.Y A.M KKIOAV. .tili,miHlliuJlillilliill1)uilllllll1luilliiial!,!.;.ail.lllllllilli:iiJiJllilll mm I Cm Fpj' A: m I TON llll AT PASTIMK TIIKATKf: Playing todaj' at the Pastime i William Fox's spectacular feature j 'I-ove's -Law," featuring Joan Sawyer 1 and Stuart Holmes. It la a back to I the . primitive story and shows how the lure of the wild will mold onu cnaracter. .4 b inaaiuon a roxriim comedy witn Charlesi Oonklin,- entitled "A Merry j Mix Up.' j COSY Way Blue Bird Photoplay Present ELLA HALL A Jewel in Pawn Comedy "ONE THOUSAND MILES AN HOUR." Itl.l'K ltlltl WAV AT THE OWV THKATKU The Coay today Is presenting tho big Blue Bird feature. "A Jewel in Pawn." with Ella Hall. It is a beau tiful picture of love and retribution. In addition is a clever comedy with Eddie Lyons entiled "A Thousan.l Miles An Hour." "THE INBORN" AT THK AUVA TIUOATKR TODAY u "The Unborn, George Elliot's great version on birth control whi'h ' was recently dramatized for screen j production, will be featured at the Alta theater today. Carrying a plot with a mighty messag4v "The L'n- 1 born" depicts the sordid paths fol- I lowed by thousands of yung girts and women each year, and shows the disastrous1 results entailed. , Women's clubs, press and pulpit are unajilmons in pronouncing' this tea ture the strongest film adaptatlojb yet presented to the Ameran public, and assert that the powerful .film story will do more good toward, extinguish ing the great social evil than any other agency. Oertrude Bond hi 11. who fee starred in the production. pTaya three separ ate mlea, ranging: fronm a sweet and winsome ingenue from which she merges Into a woman of mature years and then to a boy or the streets Bach of these charmeterlaatioBS) shows Miss Bond hi 1 1 to her toes advantage and expresses her verssUiiity for whUh the famoas tittla star le noted. Uoodsnn Amusements What the press agwnts say about Pendle tea's pres ent and coaninx attractions. PASTIME Today! William Fox Presents Joan Swayer and Stuart Holmes In "Love's Law" Foxfilm Comedy "A MERRY MIXUP" Charles Conklin. J ugh! acid mm. mm, heartehen; gas on ind:gestig:i THK.MOMKXT -VAJPKS f PVP. MX- KKMIIDi THK KlttM- 1 1 SrS t 3 11 - 5 i 1.3 tl l! II 0S8G For the Benefit ot the " The Girls' National Honor Guard Bi Nlcbs as UM Onaa. Th Quaker Remedy Ceapuj U givlne a preaeat to ail grows sauple g5 i tonijtht at the door aa they coma in. i Tonight Is their last nneea eant nurht rS 1 and It Is the night that the Quaker rTH company puts on ona or Its stronKest ! hills. Tou cannot arrord to miss this : j opportunity no come early as we are r z ; bound to h&ve a packed house. 11, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL Captain Warner and Corporal Davies will give Exhibition Sabre and Sword Work . MUSIC BY SAWYER'S ORCHESTRA Admission Gentlemen 75c LADIES 97 S3 1 'The Other Man's Wife,- by Victor gS 1 EI Lambert. Is to be the offering at 113 ! the Oregon theater next Baturday. ! Tprll 21. We note from the excluuis I es and the press irenerally that the 4 ! play has been received In a very eor-Z- I dial manner. The story Is not new. In fart. It's as old aa man. but Mr. ! lAmbert's handling- of this world old - t theme is clever and presents the sub. I 't in an entirely new manner. The play abounds In Intense dramatic in -prH t cldents, also throuirh the action of . i j the piece the author has Introduced S 1 some really refreshins oomedy epi j sodne. Hi Gaskell and MacVltty (Inc.) are F" j the producers, and promise an espee- 1 tally (Vbd cast and prbduotloa. Io some foods joa eat hit hack-' taste cood. but work badly; ferment lnt adds and caiun a sick. sour. KHey stomach? Now. Mr. er Mm. Pyspepslc. Jot this d iwn: Pass' Diaosin hels neutralise the ezeea sives in . the stomach se yoar Hd won't sour and upset ym There sev er was anything so safety qaiek. certainly- effective. - Ne lltirr how badly your stomaca la apset pea usually Ket harpy relief la flee ssns utea. but what pleases yoa bmss s that It helps to recuiate your stora ch so yoa cam eat yonr favorite fooeH without rear. Most remedies give you relief si ess times they are slow, but aot saie. "Pape's Dlapepsln" is positlva m aeu-traliams- the acidity, so the mams won't come back very quickly. Tou feel dirrerent as snnn aa "Vxpes Dialwpsin- comes In contact with the stemarh dUtrea Just van. Ishej. our stomach sets sweet, aa ira.ea. no belchlnic n eructations of undiceetel fd, jmt tiead clears ani aou feel fine. Jo now. mnke the beet neHmenS vou cier n:ade. b scftms a ai-re fiff.. tv--em rise of Puie' Iaaieaein from, any Jiti store. Tou realist In five in n.itea how needier It is to sarfee from indiireelon. d-pepata. or anr stomach dlm-rJer. doe to acid frrmert tat Ion. r a f-'3 SO AIJRNs RAISE It-AO. la fkk In heixht u trimmed and -'Harke.i.' A hole mas blasted near the c k camp beede a bore simp, to vhtrs the IM'le. Its butt end In the evcava. Hon. laahed alta troa band made be the camp blackiunlTh. a is hands were called In from tae wwwea for the flas raislnc '?T?T"TT"ltr""t'f,f"!,r','TT'''?f'"'f",'"T rtfTTw.nTT"iTMnmTtt!' ;m'rMf-'m;Mif'M'rifreme-,rM''mV(!','trtir'iiST!'H'nmir jotw"t"?Teo''!"M'' t"trf i!tt(r");f'P!';'r'i'f'n' FREE noon R1VBR. Or. April 17 An Imprfwlff ptvtrlotlc cvrfmonjr a heM yra-tfi-dy ml th 1010 d nmp of th Oregon Lurabr Company n th depths of O-Kad for-j-ta on th mmmt fork of Hoo4 RiTr. wtMr 50 l.'nJr th dirM-iii)t. th wl wsinv.Tr-v. Aprt: tshUhm-rt .-f mifit i ir-tt-4 of j mtm m in j- j p-ltUt I O'nwarfi'rfaf ; mmnt r-tri ,r.-i-' -- ', c - W rm lv' A l .