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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1917. PAGE THREE YOUR GOVERNMENT HAS ASKED YOU TO CONSERVE and PRESERVE Put up perishable Fruits and Vegetables NOW. The supply will be uncertain next winter. CHERRIES FOR CANNING Black Republicans .-. $1.50 Bings $2.25 Lamberts l..: $1.75 Gooseberries Crate $2.00, box lOf Red Raspberries, 2 for 25 VEGETABLES New Cabbage, pound 5 Cauliflower 10S 15 and 2 Peas, pound : 5? Carrots, Beets and Onions in bunches, 3 for : 10 Beets, small, for canning:, pound 5 , These are from our own garden every mor ning and we guarantee the quality. Strictly Fresh Eggs 35 . Corn Flakes, 3 for 25 The Dean Tatom Co. Phone 688 MONDAY, Jl XV 9, 1UI7. t Hi llilly That Much. When Ioc Hent wan raining- funds for the Fourth of July celebration, Claude pmilaud ftKreed to jjlve $10. After the celebration Doc came around f"r the ten, Claude demur red. "J don't nee." he -Bald, "why I should have to Htmid the whole tout of the celebration.' orri'r, Ilnw Sote. We have como to the conclusion that the sale' of vinesar In traffic In illegitimate liquorH. We all know vinegar ha a mother but whoever heard of it having- a father. 1 tit I ft for Pne Now. Thene Pendleton Heserve uni forms are anything but comfortable on a hot day. Bill MeKinney, dolled up in hiB unit, wan mopping th pernpiration from his brow after tho Fourth of July parade. "He lookH 1 like a General Pershing." said one j bystander. "T feel like a gen-ril ; perishing," said Hill In TImwi Patriotic Time. A very patriotic lady we know wished to do her bit in the way of home economy. Noting that Her bert Hoover was asking women to find substitutes for wheat bread, she ordered a sack of graham flour. That I tat tie of Bunko Hill. , Itaz Humphrey says the men wh they skin the whole city." We might add that after the Mklnnintf there was plenty of beefing. Bpeeking of that same battle, Ma rion .la fit KHAR It CO II 111 n't kt futi- fled as a fraud because It was adver tised a a sham battle. "Tea." but remonstrated Jake Welch, "where wan the spectacular charge they talk, ed so much about.' "Oh," said Marion, "that was at the park entrance. Twenty-five ami thirty-five." We're Fading Fiurt. Pendleton is said to be suffering from an epidemic of the pink Eye. Pendleton is much milder than it used to be. There was a time when nothing short of Red Eye would satisfy Pendleton. Corvallis Gazette-Times. Weton ult. Once again w feel impelled to quote from Kernul Clark Wood. Bays he In his last attack. "And Hell will also be found in Hohenzollern by al phabetical analysis OHr sonjr of Hate. A Man we hate Is Jimmy Johns, He hns a man To mow his lawns. fmuble shot. Art Means of Kieth was badly I singed the Battle of Bunko Hill on 1 burned on the n.Kht of the 3rd while the Fourth were butchers. "Surest trying to shoot off bombs for the I thing, you know." says he. "didn't entertainment of Art. Jr. The next night he came up for the "stupend ous fireworks spectacle" at Kound LTp 1'ark. "No more fireworks for me,'' he said after it was all over, "Burned one night and stung the next.'' You Can't ! One Without tho The county court was holding1 its monthly term. "What's the court doinsp today?" said a caller at the court house as he poked his head 'n the door. "Discussing1 roads," said Commis sioner Cock burn. "That's what we're all doing;" said the other, who had misunderstood He thought Mac said, "Jus cussing roads." The Wad That 1 Tight. (Dedicated to the tightest of them.) O, the wad that is tight. Is a nuisance alright, When we dig- up the cost of a war. He swings on to his wheat. In a manner complete. And has little sand in his craw. If wheat he don't raise, He'll in devious ways Provide for his own precious maw. So to ell with the wad. May he rest 'neath the sod, From the kick of a mule to his Jaw. "SOEVER GRAY." FINISH BKIXHAVS, UKPKTSAJj. IONDOX. July 7. A dispatch to the Times from the Hague says that as a reprisal for the alleged ill-treatment of Germans by Belgians in German East Africa the Germans by Belgians in German East Africa the Germans have seized 23 distin guished Belgians and removed them without warning, to their notorious punishment camp in Germany. ''There's a Message for You G. M. C. TRUCKS COME EFFICIENCY' Mean putting your hauling- on "brtier huxmsss UIT-U basis." Over 150 line of business houses hav found WITH tn), -better business" way by (toln to o. M. C. truck headquarter to buy their truck. SIMPLICITY Truck to stand the wear and tear must be mart AT simple; must be made with driving part enclosed to A keep out dust: must have few parts; must be easily QYy accessible in case of repair. ft. M. C. Truck are o constructed. OPERATING COST Don't be fooled by the idea that while the first cost of a truck is low that the operating coat la or will be low. Cenerally the opposite to true. It Is the cost per ton mile over a period of years that governs the price of your truck. fi. M. C. Trucks are noted for low operating cost, using little fuel and giving years of service. C ome in and nrr u. we like to talk Truck. STB, STORIE & CO. Cor.- Johnson and Water St. Phone 404 "LET YOUR TRUCK BEAG.M. C." IMow for a Great fpi M Will Mr it ii jju an r KtfSwXHi iv - uraa rcr- av vgf ie& lis q Commencing TUES. My in at 9 a. m. Alexanders Dept. Store will offer to the public tgreatesbargains in merchandise ever known I J I ft - y July Clearance of Dresses Charming silk dresses for afternoon and street wear, smart tailored models of serge for the cool days, dainty dance dresses and a host of summery wash frocks. Whatever dress you want may be now chosen at a saving of 'i price. SUITS! SUITS! If you come early enough, you are sure to find just the kind of a suit you have wished for at a price much below what you expected to pay. All material such as jersey, silk, gabardine, poplin and Poiret Twills. All sizes, any suit V Price. Sale July Clearance Sale No. 14154 White Reignskin. kid trimmed, kid covered Louis heel, welt, regular $7.00. sale price $5.00 No. 14153 White Mercerized Ivory Welt. Louis heel, regular $6.00, sale price $4.50 No. 14150 While Kid Top, black kid vamp, ivorv welt sole, leather Louis heel, regular $8.00, sale price $0.50 No. 12878 Canvas Pumps, regular $4,00, sale price 5(53.20 No. 12876 Canvas Pumps, regular $3.00, sale price $2.40 One lot low shoes, welt and turn soles, patent, dull kid and vici, all at sale price, pair $1.50 HANDKERCHIEF SPECIAL Ladies' Fancy Bordered Lawn Handkerchiefs, regular 5c, sale price, 2 for 5c Ladies' Sheer Lawn, good quality, regular 10c, sale price 4 for 25 Ladies' Sheer Lawn, emb. corners, regular 15c. sale price 10 3 for 25 Ladies H. S. and Embdy. Edge, regular 20c, sale price 15, 2 for 250 WASH RAGS Extra Special for this sale Regular 15c, Sale Price 104 Regular 10c, Sale Price 5 A small lot of Individual Towels, especially priced each - 5 A snap lot of Pearl Buttons in pure crystal white and smooth finish. July Clearance price, the dozen 5c JULY FANCY GOODS CLEARANCE SALE. Our entire line of Georgette, Crepe De Chine and Organdie Collars at prices that will astonish the most skeptic. Drop shoulder and Paul Revere styles. All $2.00, $2.50 and $2.75 Collars, sale pr. $1.45 All $1.85, $1.75 and $1.50, Collars, sale pr. $1.10 All 75c and $1.00 Collars, sale price 50 RIBBONS 30 pieces 5 to 8 in. Fancy Ribbons for bows, sashes and hats, regular price up to 40c, sale price 24 The great advance in ribbons for fall should show every woman the great saving in taking ad vantage of this opportunity of laying in a supply for school days. x Vrl ill i sTii IIaua AnlA All A W ?2W V aaaaaa - -i VAX All I Ul UUU1U v now ior iuc M fiOT cie...vu... m&m All our Fancy Parasols during July Clearance Sale will be marked : Regular $12.00 Parasols, Sale Price $8.25 Regular $10.00 Parasols. Sale Price $6.50 Regular $7.00 Parasols. Sale Price $4.50 Regular $4.50 Parasols, Sale Price $2.75 Regular $3.00 Parasols. Sale Price $1.5 Regular $2.50 Parasols. Sale Price $1.75 Regular $1.00 Parasols, Sale Price 75 AUTO AND OUTING HATS July Clearance Sale All $2.00 and $2.50 Auto Hats, Sale Price S1.40 All $1.75 and $1.50 Auto Hats. Sale Price $1.10 HOSE While they last and just what you need. A fine Cotton Lisle White with black stripe, white with single black stripe and white with embroidered block and stripe at top of boot, cheap at 50c the pair, special price 2S the pair, only a small am ount, don't delay. f 5r Don't Forget the Place and Date BLOUSES The kind every woman likes to secure at a bar gain. The smartest styles in lingerie and dainty summer tints hard to duplicate. Regular $5.00 Crepe de Chine Blouses $3.98. Regular $3.50 Voile Blouses daintly trimmed in lace and hand embroidery $1.98. Regular $2.50 voile waists, made with the pret ty new collars $1.49. Lawn Kimonas in blue, pink, and lavender 49. Special assortment of Striped Middies at 49. Cotton 40 in. Silk Tissue Lace, Voiles, etc., regular price $1.00. sale price 9 38 in. Silk Mixtures. Fancy Voiles, etc.. regu lar price 85c, sale price 48f? 36 in. Voiles in Dainty Stripes, Dots and Flow ered Designs, regular 40c and 50c, sale pr. 25 36 in. Voiles, Crepes and Tissues, regular price 35c, sale price 19 27 in. Lawns in Dots and Stripes, regular price 25c, sale price 12'i FOR SKIRTS, OUTING SUITS AND GENERAL WEAR 36 in. Gabardine, blue, tan, rose and greens, regular 75c, sale price " 36 in. Beach Cloth in all the new shades, regular 45c, sale price 25c 32 in. Sport Crepes in new and charming ef fects, regular 35c. sale price 25C Absolutely fast colors. PepartmeM Store Com. Tuesday, July the 10th, 9 A.M. Be first and get the choice.