DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. 1917
S4.50 pa 100 lbs.
Cascade Butter, pound 45f
Country Butter, roll 75
Nuts from the Nut House, jars 25; can'
25?; also bulk.
Florida Grape Fruit 10
Oranges, dozen 15 and 50
Clean Easy Soap, 6 for 25
Bob White Soap, 6 for 25
Wild Rose Glycerene, 3 for 25
Sea Foam Washing Powder, package...... 5?
Apex Coffee in bulk, lb 35; 3 lbs. $1.00
x Also M. J. B., Hills, White House, Golden
West and Amocat Coffee,
The Dean Tatom Co.
in s I
Price now $4.50, Jnne 1 $5
We hae a limited
number of different
irons in stock, but
will deliver irons at
the "present 'price on
afl orders taken be
tween now and June
Avail yourselves of
this opportunity, and
avoid the heat of the
stove during the sum
I Pacific Power & Light Co.
Always at Your Service.
LIVE NEWS OF
'CHIEF EAGLE HORSE JOINS ARMY AND NAVY
TAXJOMA, Wah., Muy 23. U?pre
HentativeH of 1-100 Sunday schools lr
19 Washington countleu fathered
here today to attend the annual cfn
vention of the Weatern Wahin(?ton
Sunday School aaaociation. The con
vention en da on the night of May 25,
Hun day schools in the association
have a total membership of 120,000
and 10,000 teachers.
PORTLAND, Ore., May 23 -The
twenty-ninth annuul convention of
the diocese of Oregon opens here to
day at 8t. Stephen's Pro-Cathedral,
and will end tomorrow night. Chief
among the items of Interest before
the convention is legislation In ac
cordance with the action of the gen
eral convention establishing a new
and uniform business system in the
church throughout the country. Two
meetings in connection with the con
nection are of Importance to the dio
cene. A muss meeting in the interest
of missionary work was held last
night and tonight church leaders will
discuss the problem f religious education.
MAKSHFIKLD, ore., May 23.
Port Orford today claims the dis
tinction of being the most patriotic
town in the state of . Oregon. One
third of its entire mate population has
gone to war, and there la not a man
between the ages of 21 and 31. the
conscription age, left In the town.
None of the men who have offered
their services to their country from
fort Orford have failed to pass the
strict physical examinations. Port
rford is the weHtrmoat town in the
United tales proper.
Ki'OKA.VK. Wuh., May 23 The
inland representatives of the Western
I'ine Manufacturers' association have
standing offer with the government
today to turn over the entire product
of their plants to the government, if
needed, at any price which the gov
ernment may fix. Spokane lumber
men expect a visit from Major lien
em! Oeorise W. (ioethalK, who ha
charKe of the construction of the
i P-et of 'sea jitneys" and is now on
hit way from WahiiiKton to San
1MMITI,AN'1. Ore., May 23. More
nutritious than the ordinary bean as
a ioorf product, yet 10 cent a pound
less in juice is the soya bean, direct
from the heart of China, which has
leen brought to the pacific coast to
fiKht the high cost of iivintc. The
Koya b an is said to thrive in the
three northwestern states, particular
ly in that district east of the moun
tains. Kxei iineiitH in planting the
Aoa kun will be made on an extend
ed soaJe. The government through it
foid Intiector. O. J. Morton, now in
Portland, is lending every encour
agement to the planting of the Chi
nese bea n this season. Seed ni't
clmntH are making arrangements to
make it possible for every farmer In
the northwest to secure seed. Experi
ments in raisins the soya bean have
been made successfully In eastern
Oregon, but until now the raising of
the bean had not been considered as
a commercial proposition. Soyn.
beau cn be sold for $7 ft hundred
pounds in color and shape the sov
bean resembles a certain variety o
garden peas. Hitherto, It has been
used in this country in the manufac
ture of compounds and soaps. The
oil-bearing qualities of the soya wive
it a rfh flavor.
MKXICO ritOTKSTS IHVllt
WAKFAKK. SAYS UK MIT
I V TW I V XI a v .22 Mi- l n l
formally itrKoMcd (kmnin nnrestrk-
ntt milimartiict warfare, airding to
ait Kxclianice TVieurniMi citmtf. Tin'
Mexican mliilMrr In I tori in confnrnM
with tin carman foreign office yc-
LOW EXCURSION FARES
TO ALL POINTS EAST
;IM Tltll' M'MMKIt KX I lislllV TICK l-TTs OX SI.K .U'NK TO
111 TOIll It. KIVK. TO lllll.l' WI ST TO
:.sn:ii stati: canaiii.
northern Pacific Ely
DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
SOUTH COAST I.IMITKH, OlMmilM Cur Train. and ATLANTIC
FXPItKNti, tm Chli-wn M Mliinealls-N. ill. ami
one Dally la St. lonl
Perfect Dining Car Service
Visit YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK . Enroutc
cure full" inofrniatlnn m to rates and
WALTER ADAMS, Agent,
A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A.
TO -I.IMKXI . via ti. X. I". S. H. ( n Palatial Mninihls "ortliern
l-acirk-" mid "t.rrat XortlM-m." from Portland. Hh
iiii k anil .l sunl trip.
A medicine which has
given satisiaction to its
users for over 40 years,
as Cardui has, must be a
good medicine. It tou
sulfer from female
troubles, and need a reli
able, strengthening tonic,
of real medicinal value,
as proven bjr the experi
ence of thousands of
11 W 'S 7
" P ' it
Chief Kasle Horse isone of the made speechs asiknjf men to enlist.
i.. thi nhfrtniranh f is shown join-
stronKest recruiting aRents Vncle Sam ( ing hands wUh a prtVate of the I'nl
has. He has been in New York since ted Btats army and a seaman of the
war was declared and he has daily ! Atlantic fleet.
SHEDULE OF DATES
FOR SEASON'S PLANTING
Keep the Table Supplied With
Fresh Vegetable Unfil i
Ufi one crop follow unother an l
kti-eji tlie Harden busy. Jinny persona
who have been pitying little attention
to :trlf niiiK do not realize to what
extent this is possible, hut If we are
io co4e succ'-ssi ully vvith the threat
ened food shortage it will be neces
sary to make every stiare loot of
noil count as many times as possible.
Therefore, in order to help ever."
gardener to secure maximum results.
prof Bouquet, Head of Vegetable
;ard-(iin; at ). A. C. has arratiKe i
the lotlowitiK of planting an
While the dates given are sugges
tive, they must be modified to iuit
the various conditions of the state
As far a possible, however, they are
representative of the prcater part of
eastern reon. for a nrmal season.
In arr.tnKement the plant inn table
Ik divided inn two parts, first, seed
ing directly in the garden; second,
transplanting of young plants, which
have been previously trnwn or
which have teen bought. Dates of
harvesting the different vegetables
are also noted. Some vegetable
which are being continually harvest
ed are not again mentioned in the
Schctltilc lor SHnsfnl rlantlng.
May 13 to 30 Field setting of to
matoes. Seeding encumbers, melons. II mi
tear.. pumpkins. (i.uah. sweet corn,
summer radishes and lettuce. Als.
sowing In seed beds late fall cnull
flower. Inte cabbage, ftrussels sprouts.
Harvesting asparagus, rheubard.
green onions, radishes, spinach.
June I to 15 Transplanting plants
of peppers, egg plant and early cel
ery. Seeding summer lettuce, strin?
Harvesting asparagus, rheubarb.
green unions, spinach, transplanted
head lettuce, radb-hes, turnips, kohl
rabi. June 13 -to 30 Transplanting
plants of tarly fall cauliflower, fall
cabbage, early celery.
Seeding short season crops for suc
Harvesting head lettuce, asparagus,
rhubarb, radihe;, early peas, spin
July l to lR Transplanting plants
of late celery, late cabbage, Brussels
sprouts, Scotch kale, planting of late
beets, late carrots, late sweet corn.
I Harvesting peas, lettuce, asparagus
early cabbage, early beets. bunch
chi rots, and .others previously men
tioned in preceding date.
July )5 to 3' Kinth transplanting
celery aad late crojs mentioned
Seeding late head lettuce for fall.
Harvesting string beans, peas, sum
mer squ ish, beets, carrots, cabbage,
AugtiM l to 15 Seeding fall lettuce
for outside use and in the frame.
Harvesting cauliflower. cabbage,
string Ireans. sweet corn, first early
August 15 to 30 Seeding of late
lettuce for frame use. Chines cab
bage. Harvesting tomatoes, sweet corn,
beans, head lettuce, cucumbers, mel
ons, peppers, etc
September 1 to 1 . Seeding spin
ach, fall radishes, turnips, and ca.b-
i bage seed for late fall transplanting.
GEN. JOFFRE KISSES MAYOR'S DAUGHTER
fill ift I -
-v n . , ' ft I
f ; . . .-
Ttis Woman's Tonic
Mra. C. S. Budd. of
Covna, Calif., in wtitin?
of her experience with
Cardui. wys: "I took a
bottle at 13 years old. ana
it cured try headaches.
I have taken il since mar
riage, and received muiti
l-eip fran il. Cardui is
t:te best medicine I ever
look ... It was the only
medicine . . . lh.it helped
my back ... " Try Cardui.
E B II
IJttle Mr "iiib . dai4;ht r of tb t II h.-r frit in i of th- crete!t ki
ma or of lt,n. will r remem-i-"- ,v, r ret-MwM. fVfore an enor-
', ti.iKio cr.'d in Htwton M:trht Joffi"e
N-r this oca.ioT. lVrhaiK hen hr , KW htM ;i(i ,m. ph. tv-r .pher did
a vthi'f li .ti- ti old U1 Jic w ill , ii"t f.t.i.
in Shoes of
When we say "Smaltz Goodwin"
to you, we mean that we truarantee'
every shoe; that you are getting the
best money can buy; that you are
absolutely taking no chance.
Just received, new white,
and trray kid shoes.
Also, a new "Cut Out Boot," the
very latest in white, gray and white,
and black and white. Let us show
Hifiiiiitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii imifit iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiii;
Harvesting tomatoes, peppers, egg
plant, aweet corn, celery, onlona.
September IS to 30 Seeding rad
iifhea outside, setting f lettuce In
Harvetine fall cabhaire. caulirtow
er, head lettuce, '"f.ite sweet com.
parsnips, celery, late spring- beans,
lime beans, tomatoes, peppers, egg
plant, squash, etc
October 1 to 15 Transplanting In
to frames lettuce plants, seeding rad
ishes in frames.
Harvesting late cr.rn. tomatoes. eg
plant, peppers, fall letlce. late beans,
parsnips, kale, celery, etc
Store siua.h, onions, pumpkins.
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE
WAR CENSUS ANSWERED
I'OI'.TlXD, May 22. Among the
many questions asked every day at
tlie office of the adjutant general re
garding requirements of the war cen
sus, to be hehl Thursday. June 5, the
following are typical:
1. "I am a man 30 years old. I
will be 31 on Jnne 20. lx I have to
register on War census llay?"
The answer is. Yes. Every male
resident between the ages of 21 and
30. INrt-l'HIVE, must register. In
other words, every man who has
passed his 21st birthday and has not
passed his 31st birthday., must reg
.ster. If a man's Slst birthday should
fall on June 5. the date of the war
census, he is then 31 years old and
not subject to registration. If he Is
31 ears old the next day. June fi,
then he must register.
2. "I am a British subject. 28
vears old. I tried to enlist in the Ore
gon National f.uard. but was reject
ed on account of poor physical con
dition. Do I have to register?"
Yes. AH male residents between
I he ages of 21 and 30 years. Inclu
sive, must register under penalty of
imprisonment. This Includes aliens
of any nationality, Japanese. Chinese.
Hritish. Hermans. Austrians, Mexican
ttr otherwise. One purpose of the war
Census Is to obtain data as to the
number and occupation of all aliens
of military age. An alien, of course,
will not be subject to military serv
ice, but he must register.
3. "Does a man who will be 21
years old the day Itefore the war cen
sus day have to register?"
Yes. And if he 1s 21 years old on j
war census day Itself, he must reg
ister, if he is not 1 years old until
June fi. he does nothave to register.
4. "My age is 39 years and I ani
Lydia EL Pinkham Medicine
Company Publishes Only
The testimonials published by the
Lydia E. Finkham Medicine Company
come unsolicited. Before thejr are used
the Company takes prat care to inform
itself about the w-iter. Never know
ingly, has it puhii-he,l an untruthful
letter, never is a lottt-r published with
out written consent signed by the writer.
The reason thut thou.-an.ls of women
from all parts of th,- country writ- such
grateful letters is 'h:it t-yd;.t K. Pink
ham's Vegeta'co Compound i.S .roughi
health and haiiness into their iiivs,
once burdened w-th pain an.) iMr.es.
It haa relieved w omen from s vneof
the worst forms of femal,' ills, frrm tii
placeTjents, iti:lanur.atitn. ulceration,
irrejruianties. n,-rv.a.n,. w ea' i- ss.
stomach trouV.-s and from the hlj.
It is impossible for any woman V.
is well anj woo
h n.vee suffered
to realize how these
poor, suffering- wo
men feel when re
stored to health;
to oe!p other worn .'n
lb y w.i
a farmer. Am I subject to penalty
if I do not register?''
No. Only male residents between
the ages of 2t and 30 years. Inclusive,
aer subject to registration.
Your food will continue to dis
agree with you, and cause dis
tress until you strengthen your
digestive organs, and tone and
sweeten the stomach. You can
do this quickly and surely by
promptly taking a few doses of
Their natural action relieves
the stomach of undigested food,
stimulates the flow of gastric
juice, renews the activity of
the liver and bowels, and
strengthens the digestive sys
tem. Take them with confi
dence, for 60 years' experience
prove that Beecham's Pills
Are good for
Dr. F. L
Rooms 3 and 4. Belts Bid.
TPHE Ansco Vest-
catches swiftly moving
figures without a blur.
It eett into action
quickly when every
second counts. Van
can change the focus,
the JpeeJ and opening
of the shutter mant!y
and accurately while
sTewing the imae in
the tinder. Let ut show
tog trvs camera.
Other Aascos $2 to
imri & co:
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