Newspaper Page Text
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1917.
EIGHT PAGES ' 00009009000000000000000000 o o YOU WILL GET A LOT OF LETTERS TOM If i llou- are .von jt"i o meet the (Iiinuuils put ii yon. for imyimnt of those Mils? 'an yon not sen that cash hiiyiui; Is eentliil to economy? Do you rcallio that we can Have you from tfo iirr.i-rni to SIS kt cent over other 'tores that charge you for credit iirlvlleitvo? Wake u! und rind out who we arc, what we are. and how much we can help you. We r-Ulre absolutely cash from eeiy one. f PAGE EIGHT o o o o o o o o o o o o o o - - f 1 fl oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ITS JUST AS EASY AS TALKING Getting your groceries here is just as easy as talking, for all you have to do is to talk to ous over the 'phone and tell us what you want. We'll give the same courteous, careful at tention to the taking of your order as we would if you came into the store personally and will see to it that the order is filled just as accurate ly and delivered just as promptly. Our telephone customers are among our -most regular and loyal, because of the faithful service we have rendered. If you have a 'phone just save yourself the trouble of coming to the store and make your buying here as easy as talking.' GRAY BROS. GROCERY GO. Two Phone 28 "QUALITY" 823 Main St. o o o o e o o o o o T Build ;nra W. B, Hanscom has taken permit to build a garage on street (or $4 50. out a Logan Reserves Drill In Suits. The Pendleton Reserves secured their uniforms yesterday afternoon ard nore them at drill for the first time. Takes INv-1 Office Portion. Ned Fowler arrived home yester day from the University of Oregon and bewail work this morniiiK at the post office. Two overland Sold. The Overland Sales Agency re ports the sale of a liKht six to J. R Jordan of Koho and a liffht four to B. Pearson of this city. To Senk at NoUn. Senator Fred Steiwer and Assessor C P. Strain will bo to Noltn this evening to attend a good roads meet Ins. Steiwer will champion the good roads measure while Strain will op pose it. Wilkes and the sale us subject to the lease held by him. Mrs. Sim Klltfore, daughter 'of the late Ben Ogle, pur chased a section of land between Mid dle and North Cold Springs, the land adjoining her present holdings. Tel: consideration was 54, 400 cash. Both deals were made by W, H. Morrison. I.llierty Bond Button. Purchasers of Liberty Bonds are each to be provided with little but tons to be worn on coats and currying inscriptions denoting that the bearer has purchased a Liberty Bond. The First National Bank of Pendleton has ordered 600 such buttons for Us cus tomers who take bonds. Two Divorces (Granted. Judge Phelps has signed diverge decrees in the cases of Myrta M. Bur to vs. Jackson Barto and of Mary C. Peterson vs. Valentine B. Peterson. In-the latter case plaintiff is given the custody of four minor children and defendant is required to assist in their education. New Volte Watsta . Hu. K1.4H, l.8 Crepe De Chine Waists t.ti. 2.B. .1Dt Heautiful fieorxetto al.it $4. Wool Sport shirts 3.S to S7.BO Sort' Wash Skirts t.8 to .8 White Pique Skirts a He to l.fi Auto floods 4Wc, 8c. $1.40. $.H Middy Blouses 8lk 8 He Splendid Asst. of Collars S.tc. c. 8c irou CAN White Pleasse, yard ., 2:Ui While Cotton Crepe, yuril 18c, !i(ln Striped and Plain (Jaluu a. yard . . , IHc Table DalllUHk. yard 2ftc, Mac. One to l.H White Klaxon, yard I!t. 18c. l!5o White Voiles, yard 142 He t.'Ki White Dimitlea, yard I3H. Ifto White Pique, yard ... 18c. 2:ie, Sc White Dotted Swiss, yard ,,...... 1.1c, lac WE LEAD DO BETTKIl 7 JTP tT jj THE GOLDEN RULE T J OTIIRRS OLI.OW I a petition has been filed asking that lHniglas Belts, John Crow and Bru no Weber be named to succeed Doub lets Belts, Ernest Isaac and C. B. Inaac, in ... Prepared! Are You? We Are, For You! "Ladies, if it is for a nice nifty Dress, 6r Skirt, or Silk Suit, or the materials to make up a garment you will, no doubt be pleased with our prepared ness. We are also prepared to show you a nice line of Corsets and Under wear as well as Hosiery. May we see you in our stofe? All Staple Dry Goods are carried in our "Down Stairs Store." A clean, pleasant place to trade. Motorists Attention The new AUTOMOBILE BLUE BOOK is hot off the press. We will have them in stock in a couple of days and you must come in and look them over. This year's edition is a master piece in Touring Instruction and you can't afford to be without one. PENDLETON AUTO COMPANY A Full Line of Accessories Drive Fom Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. W. L Burns arrived in Pendleton yesterday from Nebras ka, having- driven most of the dis tance In an auto. They shipped their enr from A Grande here and will drive on to Montana. It took eiKht days to rearh Boise and a day and a half to drive from Boise to I-a Grande. 1iO(-ul Mn Named. ron Cohen, J. F. Robinson and a member of the Smythe-l-onergan Co. have been named by Mrs. Hattery Red Cross war fund meeting for Oregon and Idaho to iw held at Portland on June 4. The meeting will be held pursuant to a general plan to raise money for TEeJ Cross work. Stanfield Publisher Ijravrw. Lloyd Riches, editor and publisher of the Stanfield Standard for the past year and a half, announced this mor ning while here that he has accepted the position of business manager of the Weekly Oregonian and will leave Sunday for Portland." Maurice Hyde, a product of the University of Oregon school of journalism, will take charge of the Standard until Mr. Riches makes disposition of it. CaotoJn ;jedntd leaves. Captain Charles M. Gjedsted of Troop B. who haa been active in re cruiting the. Pendleton troop, left on No. 17 today for his home. He haa become very much a Pendleton boost er as a result of his work here and is very grateful to those who have assisted him in setting the troop started here. V"omoUh-8 Collide. The automobiles of Roy Temple and Mrs. W. M. Slusher collided last evening as the Temple car was back ing into Main street after having been parked. One of the fenders of each car was damaged. So many cars are parked on Main street dur ing the evenings and Saturdays that there is always danger of such a collision. Carnival Attracts Many. The grounds of the carnival, which is being held near the o.-W. freight depot, were crowded until a late hour IumI evening and this afternoon an other large crowd is gathered. Tpa girls of the Honor Guard are at hand to take tickets at the various attrac tions, the carnival being ifiven under their auspices. Suit to Correct Fror. A. A. Cole has brought :-.uit against Dick Brown and wife to correct an rror in the description of property involved in a deed :Wen hv Prown several years ago. The land is 80 acres in Section J5. township l. S. It- 30 In the deed the described land ! is in Section 35. Carter jfc Pmvthn ; represent the plaintiff. j ze developed in blue taffeta. The one piece over tunic may be made of stripes in red andrwhite. Auto Stage. For Adams. Athena and We ton. leaves Allen-Knight Co. at 10 a, m. and 3:30 p. m. each day. Phone 400 for reservations. Ralph Shaffer, prop. Adv. That burning liquid used in the war is not the well known scalding tear, though many of them are shed in con nection with the great conflict. Iane at (merman Ifnll. Saturday night. June J The pub lic is cordially invited and assured good time. Good music. Good floor and good management. Adv. Resign - Position At Rank. James R. Bowler, who has been in the accounting department of the First National Bank for a number of years, resigned his position several weeks ago, the resignation taking effect today. He will leave with his sister. Mrs. A. C. Hampton, for Wal lowa county tomorrow to spend sev eral weeks. The First National Bank has two new men coming soon from Portland to take positions. IlUlaway Opens June 1ft. Hidaway Springs. popular south end summer resort, will open its sea son about June 16, the backward spring to the contrary notwithstand ing. This was the announcement made today by H. M. Cutler, man ager, who is down from the resort. He states that the snow is all gone except in the high mountains and that the roads are in pretty good shape. A few days of sunshine would put them in g.cd condition, he states. Moral Society to Mct. A call meeting of the Pendleton Floral Society, will be held tomor row evening at 7:30 in the rooms of the Commercial association for the purpose of discussing the matter of staging another floral show next month. All members of the society are asked to attend. Tr. T. V. Tem ple is president and Mm. A. F. May secretary. V. M. C. -V Committee )m I. I Mann. Rev. ll. K. Gornnll ami Judge S. A. Ixrwell left this morning by auto for Keho. Hermiston. Stan field and Nolin In the interests of the county campaign for the raising of s fund to assist in establishing Y. M. C. A.'n at all military stations. To morrow C. M. Bishop and J. V. Tall man will go to Helix and Adams. The com m i t tee is no w organ izi ng t he ei unty. Join Knglnecr Company. Merton Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore of this crty and a former high school boy, may be among the first to see service in France. He has enlisted in Company a of OTegon En gineers in Portland. This company will go into Intensive training at once at Camp Withycombe and it is expect ed will be among the first units to cross the Atlantic. Young Moore has been a atudent at Columbia T'niver- sity. Portland, during the year. To Enter Boston Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus C. Sturgls and little son arrived home yesterday from Baltimore where Dr. Sturgis re cently completed his medical training. He will leave in August for, Boston to enter a hospital there for l(t months. He states that the government will hiobably take all young physicians for strvice in France. Red CroMM I tint Hays Attract, The Ited Cross window displays in the city, shewing the kind and ex tent of th work bein one by the T'matilla county Hod Cross, are at tracting a great deal of attention. The displays will he kept In the windows the remainder of the week and to morrow and Saturday afternoons and Saturday evenings there will le dem onstrations of fii'Ht aid work. Heir in Rufian Army. The late Jacob Trott of Kcho. who died as a result of burns received when a can of gasoline exploded, left an estate value approximately at tf.OOU and. so far as is known, hi? heirs are two brothers in the Hussian j mill m IIU L twuoiiin T a pent ton ror me appointment oi i.. t. Stanfield as administrator was filea today. Frank Spinning. J. B. tinylor. and V.B. Hinkle have been appointed appraisers. Two Big I .and Deals. A total of 17 14 acres of land is in volved in two deals just completed in thia countv by the syndicate of which Col. J. H. Raley is head and which re cently purchased extensive holdings of W. J. Furnish in the northern part of the county A. E. McCulley pur- ch ased 1072 acres for S 7 1 , 0 0 0 cash, this land lying on North Cold Springs. It is now beint; farmed b Charies DALE 1SOTHWFIX Optometrist and Optician G I asses ground and fitted, lenses U Jl duplicated. American National Bank Building Pendleton. To ;et Imported Bulls. For the purpose of attending a fine stock sale in Chicago and purchasing Homo im oorted registered bulls to be sold in this country for the purpose of ;tlm and at his death is to l divide. among nis cnnuren. ner cnnuren. Barbara. Mary !j. Ferguson. William Will Of Mrs. Cummins. John Cummons is the principal beneficiary under the will of his wife, the late Emma M. Cummins of Pilot Rock. All of her property, consist ing of the home property in Pilo Rock and about $500 personal pro perty, is left to him during his life- improving the beef standard Bert Whitman, of the Pendleton Meat Co. left here today for the windy city. He expects to be gone two weeks or longer and though not certain yet as to how extensive he will buy expects to bring back at least one carload of hulls. Some of those to be sold have just been brought over from Kngland a n A a re na id to be the best in the world. Mr. and Mrs. Whitman left on the Northern Pacific train this af ternoon. J. and Kdward P. Seiler, are left one dollar each. Herbert Boylen Is nam ed us executor. AMF VOI iXHSt; TO WKAIC A PATRIOTIC II.ATIIINtJ SI" IT 5 M(S)mI SAVE EVERY MORSEL OF THAT FOOD STUFF, HIGH PRICED USE ICE HERE IT IS. Small Economy Box $5.15; Off for cash 25c. Large Economy Box $6.40; Off for cash 25c. Regular Delivery Routes Start June 1st. Until then phone your or ders for ice. Phone 178. Smythe-Lonerg'an Co. QUALITY QUANTITY SERVICE. 2 5 Vew Appra Ts Named. The nprai.ers named o Inventory of the estate of lio-bert w. Waucop having agree on the value of th? make an the Intr "ailed to property. !:illlllilllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiilliillllllliiiiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!: il BILLY'S BRAN-NEW running from hlle him? will NOT bite I ft 1 &t .r PHILOSOPHY n n Will the ,1"K s f '? n. th a..K f. jfl V 0 Why won t Ih V. h. dog bite the n so mtirh Pep, n fttitrun the dog. drinKs of our BRAN-NEW F1KKIIT STKAWIIKIIKV . K XSI'HKIIKV t.t- MO MVKH'I'I.K e iff- ititt u V.K Thr fainoun of nil drlnka. In ,v,ry tM'ttl. : n M : i m i t f-.'-n!,- :.-C?- i l Mi x- I -: r . if. . m -r5 -tlllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllUIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 FO R S A L E 1 The best stock ranch In Kastern Oregon, with all the equip- ment. all fenced, good buildings, orchards, 'telephone and daily S mail, run be bought for 18.60 per acre, on eay term. Th cat- S tie and horses can he bought at range priren. s acreq. In tp. S N., K. 11. 40 in grain. 1-4 of crop goes with 2 j it delivered in warehouse. Price $45 per acre. E: 810 acros grain land, half in crop, close to town and railroad. Sj H Price including crop, $40 per acre. X 3 640 acres, half In wheat, good Improvements, plenty of ws- j 2 ter. Price Including crop. $37.50 per acre. 2 E I3 aeres. 1000 in grain, good Improvements, 3 mile haul to 3 S warehouse. Price $43 per acre Including crop. r: I have 40 or 50 residence property In Pendleton for sale, Home of them are mighty good bargains. . Come in and talk It over. v E E. T. VAIK, Pentlleton. Ore. IIHUMIIllHIMIIIIIIIMMMIMItMIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIMIIIIMtllltlMllllinillMIIMMIIIIMIIllMI? 1 liiiiiUiUHiiiimu !l!!lf!!!!r!!!llf!!!l!l!lill!l!n,fni!lffli,,inifr KiMUIHliliMtlHUillilUlllllMllllllhitfl' ft. i! f- .r;rV.s h A. o 1 "Wc ail Know a bark- ;1 md do never bites, !l but does the do i know if ? Wm. Roescii Bottling Co. , Pendleton Oregon mt be In goorl ttle to -e;ir tht eolorH .f the I'nlted Htnte eiit-pieiioiilv this year the elon are for the men l the front who nre iciviiia their live for the wo men who wer this loth trig but S niNiiy women iii!t ti will m:ike 1 wimc f how f pstrit.timii nd thiw co- I uinie ill ntiffwer the demnniU - Ih'w who don't want to he ow muc can you get7 for your old car? Can you trade your old car in on a new one ? How much depreciation will the dealer figure on your old car when he accept it? If you inform yourself correctly on the above questions you will be ascertaining correctly the worth of your car when new. It will annwer the question for you, "Ah I mak injr a fcootl invewtment, or am I taking a KamblinK chance on being right," when you decide on the make of your new car. We will always take an old PUK'K in trade. The depreciation is the least on BUICK. You can always get parts from us and competent at tention for your BUICK. That's w hy they sell so well. N Oregon Motor Garage Incorporated. 117. IZI. ItS Wert Court St. Tlphoa 44 c-oii- 1. 3 -.3 3 I 3 3 . . .... .....i.n.oiunn m,i.niilliiiinnniilli-Hnillllllll ItMMMIMttttH IHt tTOttlMIMI FuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHniniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir: lruoti The rout or :hi" fitt m