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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. 1917.
EIGHT PAGES GQOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOO !J!!I!!W?I mi .ilflllll PAGE EIGHT o NEWS IIIIIIIUH Ez3 M O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o d) o o o o o o o o o o o o I FRENCH'S Cream Salad Mustard Most every family in Pendleton knows what this mustard is. To make a delicious Salad Dressing, use two tablespoonsful French's Cream Salad Mustard, two tablespoonsful sweet cream, Vi teaspoon ful sugar. Mix thoroughly. . t SPECIAL 2 Large Bottles 25c GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 28 823 Mala St. o o o o e o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Purchases rw vr. Mrs. A. J. tJicnner has purchased n 4 46 Kulck ui the urexun Mutur Garage. Leave Kor Montana. Ueorge siskbs of Weston and Earl Dudley of Athena, well known farm ers, left last niKht In company with M. F. Dupuis for Montana to look at farming land there. Our Values and Prices vs. Special Sales We hold no special sales. Our every day price is far below any sale price quoted by our competitors. Sales are generally excuses for too large a profit. Our profits are smaller than any one in the dry goods field today, Ltill we are making money. Under no circumstances do we put in an .inferior quality in order to meet the price. Ihe brands of stayle merchandise that we carry are all standard and are shown by every retailer in the United States. Compare these prices with any one's special inducements and prove to yourselfthat what we say is true. First rnlt to Meet. Tha fir military unit will meet at the city hall his evening at 7 o'clock for regular drill, according to an nouncement made by the officers. A full turnout is requested. Transferred to Pendleton, Conductor Wade of the O.-W. R. & X. has been transferred to Pendle ton from JLa Urande and he and his family moved to Pendleton Monday. He has been on the Wallowa run out of La Grande. La Grande Observer. New Bungalow Planned. W. H. Kvans has taken out a per mit to build a bungalow at 710 Jane street. The cost will be approximate ly $2800. A building permit has been issued to J. B. Htmes to repair a dwelling at 518 Cosbie street, the cost to be 1150. Flowered and Striped l-uwns Hie Toweling,-per yard i 1-lc, 8 l-.lc House Lining, yard 5 Vie Striped Ticking, yard I a ftc, lite Rubber Sheeting, yard 4Sc UrecM Ginghams, yard Oirtain Scrims, yard White Outing, yard Pillow Tubing Cotton Ha tlx. S for 3 lb. Cotton Halts. VIxH4 Calico, all colors, yard . . . Hone Muslin, yard Lonsdale Muslin, yard . . . YOU CAN 10c, 10c awe . . . ioc IHo, SSe sac . . . 73c 7c lie . 13jc Fruit of tile Ijonnl Muslin . . . . '. . lAo llorkeley Camlirlr, No. 100. yard..;. t.ood Cambric, yard li'.jC Bath Towels 10c, IS Vjic Sue. 25e tliick Towels, IKc Harber Towels, per doaen 40e Sheets, 72x00 40e Hlieets, heavier quality, 73x00 Wc Slants, choice quality HlxOO seam less 8sc Pillow Cases 10c, IS lie, 1.1c, lu Crib Blankets e Comforters ft.33, SI. I. SI B. SI.0H. S2.0H Cotton Itluukets, full sixes' Sl.sk Lcd spreads Bsc to S I.BH leather Pillows 4 He, SI.25, v$l.8 lllraclml Ianiask, yard ...... 2no to SI.SH Napkins, per doxon 0c to Sa.KH Devonshire Cloth, yard 22 lie Cambrlo Linings, yard 7o Ising Cloth, yard lOe, laVic Ioc India Llnon, yard... l-.lc. 10c. fi.t; 15c White llque or Gabardine Skirts, Kc, 1.4t, I.HM. White Muslin Skirts. . 40c, Site, SHc, fl.40 Ladies Itlack Hose, fwlr I0u 3H In. White Cheese Cloth, yd l-4o White llque, yard. DO BETTER AT the golden rule J 6T THE GOLDEN RULE I tie, a.v-. WE I.KAD UTHHItS FOLLOW oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Make Your Shoe Buying a Pleasure BUY AT 'Not an original statement with us but it is one made by a lady who was nicely and comfortably fitted out after "'looking- around." That lady is now a Booster for this store and she has many friends who will take her 'tip." -Are j-ou one of them? Some new Gingham and Satine Petticoats in the Down Stairs Store. The Life of Your Car Your Storage Battery is the most important part of your car. You must keep it in per fect shape if you want the beat reFults obtainable from jour car. We are the authorized Gould Battery Service Station. Bring in your battery and let uk test it out for you. PENDLETON AUTO COMPANY Johns Wins Case. The supreme court yesterday re versed Circuit Judge Knowles of Union county in the case of Thomas Morgan vs. James Johns, an action charging diversion of stock in the Union County Farm Co. In the cir cuit court the local man lost but his appeal has resulted successfully. 3 New Store Front. Workmen are engaged In tearing out the front of the Stangler building on Main street. The partitions will also be removed and replaced so that more room will be given the Jost cl- Igar store. The room of the Wilkin son jewelry store will be narrowed I to twelve feet. campment has been elected as Rrnnd delegate. Circuit Court June . The- circuit court will convene regular June term on June 6. Had Tonsils 3tat. Mrs. K. W. Haines, who works on the Earl Tulloch place, had her ton ails removed this morninR. I Many Attend Funeral. Many Pendleton people went out to I Hell by auto this afternoon to at- I tend the funeral of the lute George Bnimett Hees which was held at the I Helix Christian church at 2 o'clock with interment following in the Helix (cemetery.. The body left the Folsoni chapel at 12:30 this afternoon. Ask for DH'ori'e. Minnie B. Hurkness has brought I suit for divorce against her husband, Rea Harkness, alleging that he de- IBerted her in May, 1914, and had since been living with another wom J an. They were married in Wallace, Idaho, in 1901. W. M. Peterson is I her attorney. V. KirkMitrfok Honored. R. F. Kirk patrick of this city was I today honored by the grand lodge of (Odd Fellows by being chosen as grand (junior warden, news to this effeci I having been wired to Roy Alexander I by his father. R. Alexander who 1 in attendance at the grand lodge ses sion. Karl Williams of Freewater, retiring grand patriarch of the Two Marriage Uoeii.seft. A marriage license was issued Ittxt evening to Henry M. Smrmierer, Jb, prominent Hermiston farmer. and Catherine Leo nit Carson. ilermiMton teacher, 24. Another license was is sued last evening also the principals being Horace C. Berg, 23. of linwe- liurg and Kdna Ada Hogue, 1!, of Pendleton. 4 I KI.IJS AMKIEIl A WHAT ARMY IS NKKDKI . FR.XK. To Appraise Oj1e rotate. K. U Smith. O. M. Rice and f J. A Hart man have been appointed ap- J praist-rs of the estate of the late B-n F. Ogle. The petition filed In the probate court represents that the es- tate consists of 4;iT 1 acres of farm ! land valued nt $256.rt, city property j valued at $4000 and personal proper- tv valued at $66,0"f, mnking th to- i tal value of the estate :J2fi,0ou. fiMd Roads Meeliiur Saturday. President T. H. Nelson of th Ka stern (regin Highway association has called a meeting for 10:30 Satur day in the Commercial association rooms and the automobile association I will meet at the same time, the ob ject being to discuss the bbnd Issue. smi ;.i,ix; PLOT FOII.KD. f AT.E ROT HAVEL L Optometrist and Opttdaa Olasses ground and fitted, lenses duplicated. FL PASO, May 2... rive Mrlrans, two of whom are rciiorted to be col onels, in Villa's army, were captured near Fa bens. Texas. The Mexicans en-i were attempting- to smiizsle nmnltl onn Into Mexkw. Their capture is the second smugtrling plot outrolliiic trMp4 have foiled within a week, bringing the total eaptiireH to twenty one. American National Bank Building. Pendleton. - 0 PASSPORTS OIVKX WASIHXGTOX. May 2:1. Xo Ame lean v 111 he granted a passport the Stock holm conference. to ! iifttiiitiiiiifiiiiitiiiiiiifiiifiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiHfiMiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiitiii: BILLY'S BRAN-NEW PHILOSOPHY, AVI MAXV A BOTTl.K OK OI.I KKI.IAIU.K BRAN-NEW 1siAV HKItltV STIl. BKKIt V RASPRKltltV E 'LEMON IMXKAPI'I.E rllKKKV OKANtiK S gtes through the chests and in- H to the sstem of keen, alert. E rfd-blooded peur-le in this man's S town. You who fsvor wild-cherry H cherry pie and cherry lips Try Our CHERRY I i . A 1 - H IJeutenant tfeneral o. T. M. Bridges is the chief military authority acconv apnyinf Arthur J. Balfour to the I'ni- ttd Htates. He has been busy In Washington t filing memlmrs of thn general staff and the secretary of war how to prepare any American army f4r service in the tranche in France. IIAItl.FY IS I IH aJ0. ASTORIA, May 2:t. Mayor llarle waa convkted this morning of assault on a charge In the justice court and fined 920. He mom fined 910 recent h following his com tat km for asnauli. You won't only will be crazy for favor it. It. "Many a true luorJcoma fttm the chestr The drinks thut have Ihe I'ep. Wm. Roesch Bottling Co. f Pendleton Oregon I IIUtll-.K KlllhiX AMI'.l!H'.l. HAti TIIKOI till l-AHIN. Gar of No. 1 Baled Wheat Hay Coming Also Alfalfa on hand, Baled, Loose and Chopped 16 inch Mill and Red Fir Cascade Wood We deliver Wood, not bark. LilFy Poultry Food. The best Scratch, Chick, Crowing Foods; Grow ing and Egg Mash, etc. SOV BEANS AND LINSEED MEAL. Blydonsfoin & Co. Phone 351. Costs Little to Run Thousands of Maxwell owners run their cars oa $6 to $8 a month, because the Maxwell is mechan Ically right. The real automobile is the mechan- 'illlMMIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIlllllMIIIIMIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIir. j -MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I FORSALE' Ii X Th. tork rnncli m Kast-rn Oreitnn, with ail the viuip- j jE nis-nt all fenced. kck) tnilWHnBH, orchards, telephone and daily j j S mail, can tw Intuxht fr .". per acre, on easy terms. The cat- C j tl tnd hirw j en b"ht si ranRf prices. 3 6i nrrm in tp v.. K SI 40 in (train. 1-4 of crop mu with It dhvere4l In arl"tue. Fric $45 tr arre. S J1 arnn i:rin land hHlf In crop, clone to town and railroad. 2 Price ln-J idiiiif rrop, 140 per i5cr. S half in wh-at. wd Improvements, plenty of wa ler. Price Including crop. u7.fr ier acre. 3 acre. 100A in ffrtn. .mm1 Improvements, mile haul to Z aarvhouite. Price 94.' pr acre Including crop. S I hv 44) or B0 r-idence i rooerty in Prndieton for sale. 3 Pome of them are mighty eod barsjatns. inside, where you can't see it. And the Maxwell excels as machine, is world endurance champion, a the most efficient car made -and the most inexpensive to operate. 'ome in and talk It over. F. T. WIF, IViKlhlon. Ore. Wh-n K. T Hi'Ully of TlttsburK and Kdwurrl Tinkhsm of Montrlair. M. J., led an American contingent of sixty men throuah f'sris streets the z: . other dajr. beaiinv the Atnerlcan flaw j before them, the city went wild. Thev S I were the first detaehotfnt of the new Si ly crested munition trsnsKrt j branch of the AmTlrsn AmHulanrr Touring Car $665 Roadster - - 650 AB pri cms f. a. . Dttrmit. Whether for town or country use the Maxwell logically is your car. Oregon Motor Garage 117, lis. III. Kl Incorporated W. C ourt ft. T.l.l'tn.ne lit '5 I! 1 fl iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir rps.