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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917. PAGE THREE For TC3AT Lunch AT HOME OR UP THE RIVER Delicacies that will give you an appetite and satisfy it. More and better it's our Cash system. ' Cookies, in bulk, pound 35 Cookies in package, 2 doz 25 Pineapple, in flat tins, 2 for 25 Mayonnaise in bottle 35? Salad Dressing, in bottle 25 Sweet Pickles in bottle 15?, 25?, 50? Snyder's Catsup, bottle 25? Kream Krisp, for cookig 75? and $1.50 Vegetables From Our Own Garden. Carrots, Onions and Beets, 3 bunches.... 10? Cabbage, very solid heads, pound 5? New Potatoes, pound 5? Cauliflower 15? and 20? Cucumbers 5? The, Dean Tatom Co. Phone 688 QUALITY DENTISTRY Dr. F. L DENTIST. Rooms 3 and 4, Belts Bldg. Telephone 623. ANSCO VIATOR tt.WKD I'KOM DKATH Climb" Ftjhii Kca plane When It Kails tutu Hun Ihjfo Hay. ' HA y DIK;o. Oal., July 12. Lieu tenant D. ( Km mo n of the North I lunu hIkhuI corps aviation ftrhool fell 50 feet toduy in a Martin seaplane In to (he waters of San Jleo bay when hi machine, went into a midtimi slip. the aviator quickly unntrapped hiln Belf from hin Heal and climbed out m the wiimH of the machine, from which he wa rescued by suitor from a lni- j itMi nimes wa reran ancnorea a rew mh-l away, iieuienani Kinmona was not h u rt. ofifcial flying records 'made public at the Kin mil corps aviation Hcho on North Island today nhowe that ml liiary nfrtnen in the fiirt six months of rhis year made S547 fllnhlea for a total time aloft of 5103 hours, cover ing some 4f.0(H. miles. In June, of this year student aviators at North Island flew a went it distance than all the aviators at the inland did !n the entire year of 1915. FIRST HAY CROP IS HARVESTED AT ECHO VIKM K NM TO HR rXfSl'AII.V l.AIU.K WITH IM(M KK ;imi. Rnd CliM I jiu-rtiilmiH-iit Sit $72; Other Inuvesring News and soctal Noion Am Mllicn-d hy i lie Ko.-t Oifjroiilun CurrMMndiit. X FILM foCAMERAS &SPEHJE -k F T-HE Anico Vet- Pocket Speed ex cliche swiftly moving figures without a blur. It get into action quickly wen every, second counts. You can chance the focus,' the speed and opening oi the shutter instantly and accurately while viewing the image in the finder. Let us show you tms camera. ir&zmm Other Anseoi $2 to 1 S55. I I TALLNAN & CO. Leading Drujbts Juice of Lemons! How to Make Skin Whiteand Beautiful fiSuHt Oregonlan Special.) WHO. July 13 Harvesting the first" crop of hay on Huttcr creek 1 Just about completed. The yield unusually heavy. Many Butter creek rarmerH have already sold their hay. The reported prices for thounandx of tons of this year's crop or anaira runge from ten dollars to iweive dollars per ton. i ne Kid crass Society of Kcho gave a home talent play on Wednes day night. They also (rave a .tance on the same night at the. city hull The Fletcher-Ja Orchestra of Pen dleton furnitdied the miisin for hnn. aiiairH. ihey were both verv sue ceiwfiil affairs and netted the society I7Z. Mr. and Mm. Hnsll X.. KtanfleM left the first of the week on an an. tnmobilp trip to Weiser. Idaho. They r-vmi to I gone a week or ten days. In their absence Mr field's aunt. Mrs. Mia Ripper, is car ing for the children. Miss Rleannr cram of .riarpwav. Ore., la here visiting with Miss Klna Thompson. Richard Yerxa who has been nlcht telegraph operator here for several months, left Wednesday for Port land on a short visit Cm his return he will accept a similar position nt 'matilla. Mr. Itnzen of Stanfleld Is filling the position held by Mr. Yerza. Kalnh Davis of Portland. Ore. was here the first of the week vMtlne with friends Mr. Oavii has enlisted in the siunal corps of the I. S. army nd will soon leave Portland for Pal i Alto. C'al., for training. Jesse Arnold was a business visit or in Pendleton on Tuesday. Ralph Iteese and wife drove over from Wendell. Idaho, the first part of the week and will remain until after harvest. They were aocomnan ie by Mrs. Reese's sister. Miss Klsie Rhode who had been visiting them. .Tames McT-KUKhlin. Jr.. Is another Fcho hov who has enlisted In the government service. He left on Sun day for Palo AIo. HAY BUYERS BUSY AROUND STANFIELD ij:vkx TO TU3.VK IMIJ.Ks a TO. I'VIII; HKVIJIAL III N. iki:i tons i.iti:iv Jt IM'IIAS;i. K. KvcrvU lin 10 tvvn of ,aud From uteiMi ii h ,. ' hi in -It B ii h S rw iHinuM e ; ot I mt s -"w.v Note of jfitrtwt Ut jHHiple f the uniniiifilt'. ( Kaf t Oregon Inn Special,) KTAXFI KI,D. July 13. A numher of hay buyer from the John Day country are here buying- hay. They are paying from eleven to twelve dol lars a ton. They have bought never- nl hundred tons. F. K. Kverett .has purchased 40 a4Te of land from the Furnish Ditch Co. The land I about a mile from the city limit. He will begin the erection of a modern dwelling and will move into the Hume an soon a It Ih finiimed. It. N. 8tan field Hhlpped five car-. loads of sheep to Huntington this week, The chureh board of the Presby terian church purchaHed a new fur nace which will be eiwtalled soon. A bay boy arrived at the hor of rr. and Mrs, J. Ti. Cromh July Sth at Fargo, N. D. The Crombs were former rfKfdentn of this city. j J. P, Lowthian of Pendleton, was ! town Thursday. Mrs. F. A. Raker and two on pent a couple of day in Pendleton the first of the week. MiKK Jennie Brierley left Monday for Portland to attend the N". K. A. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hyde were Portland and Kugene visitors the pant week. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Fiartholomew are spending their vacation at Wal- owa Uke. Mrs. F. C Fulton and sister, Miss Fleanor Aiken were In Pendleton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carey and hiblren of Walla.- Walla were here Wednesday. They were en route for ortljtnd. The church board has purchased new furnace for the Presbyterian hurch and will have it installed in short time. The bkls for the contract for the ew fruit warehouse will be opened August 1. n. N. Slanfield wi'I ship five car 1 4 At the cunt oi a small jar of ordi nary cold cream one can prepare run quarter pint of the most won derful lemon akin softener and com plexion beaut if ier. by squeezing the juice, of two fre.h lemons into a- bot tle containing three ounce of or chard wtilte. Care should b taken to stiain the juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion will keep fresh for months Kvery woman knows that lemon Juice Is uHed to bleach and remove such blemishes as sallowness, freckles and tan and is the Idi-al skin softener, moothener and beautifier. Just try It! Gt three ounces of orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer . and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it daily into the face, neck, arms and hands. It naturally should help to soften, freshen, bleach and bring out the roses and beauty of any skin. It is wonderful to smooth- en rough, red hands. "There's a Message for You G. M. C. TRUCKS COME EFFICIENCY WITH .Means putting your hauling on a "better business basis." Over lfiO lines of business houses have found this "better business" way by going to G. M. C. truck headquarters to buy their trurks. SIMPLICITY Trucks to stand the wear and tear must be made AT simple; must be made with driving parts enclosed to A keep out dust; must have few parts; must be easily Loy accessible In asc of repair. . M. l Trucks are so constructed. OPERATING COST Mon't be foiled by the idea that while the first cost oi a truck is low that the operating cost is or will be low. tJenorally the opposite is true. It is the cost per ton mile over a period of yearn that governs the price of your truck. o. M. f. Trucks are noted for low operating cost, using little fuel and giving ycurs of service. Conic In and see us, we like to talk Truck. STORIE & CO. Phone 408 Cor. Johnson and Water St. "LET YOUR TRUCK BE A G. M. C." MOTION PICTURE NEWS What the Picture Theaters Have to Tell You. Iie" fjUifM on Snrutt's. Jlat; Fox Sir Wear ,eu Midcr Creation In TIh Slae,' Her iikt Mini: Pastime T"fla. Although those who are associat ed with Valeska fturatt in the Fox .Studio where she prduces her film dramas are rarely surprised by her wonderful creations they having seen so many that they have become practically immune they did not open their eyes in wonder when ah appeared in a beautiful black hat trimmed with real lilies. ,he wore the hat in several scenes of "The Slave,' her latest production for William Fox. Miss Suratt doesn't recommend the use of real flowers for hat decora tion however beautiful they may look. As their life Is at best one day a woman's hat may literally look like the last rose of summer it Its wearer goes on an extended trip. Cosy Today; Butterfly Staged on santu cm I -land. Santa Crust Islands were selected by Director KImer Clifton for most of the scenes In the Butterfly pic ture. "Flame of Youth." starring Jack Mulhall, which comes to the Cosy today. The whole company was transported to the Islands, where they remained for many days working out the story with backgrounds of some of the most beautiful scenery in America ; Wonderful pictures of surf breaking on the roc k y s h o re we re see u red . while some new silhouette effects were tried, with the sea for a back KTound. and the figures in violent ac tion agninst it. LONGING FOR A CHILD Young Wife Almost in De spair. Now 'has Beautiful Baby Girl. There ia nothing more "harming than m nappy ana neaiuiy mother ot children, and indeed child-birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg- eiaoie vom pound nas brouplit joy to many childlesa women by restoring them to normal health. Here is a notable case. Omaha, Neb. ' I suffered from fe male troubles when 1 was seventeen years old. At eight een I was married and my trouble was no better so 1 con sulted a physician wno ssid that there was not much I could do and I could not have children. I read of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Compound and decided to try it, and it has nravpd worth its weight in gold to me for I am not only well but have a baby girl, so when I hear of any woman suffering as 1 was I tell her of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound." Mrs. W. Hughes, 19 Majestic Apts..Omaha,Neb. In msny other homes, once childless, thers are now children because of the fact that Lvdia K. Pinkham s Vem-tjiMe Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong. 'mnthca.' The feature at the Pastime theater on Sunday and Monday will be the lonff-heralded appearance of the pop ular younjr star Norma Talmadse in the first of her Relzntck-Pictures pro ductions, a screen version of the not ed drama "Panthea" by Monekton Hoffe. Miss Talmadfre recently sev ered connection with the Triangle Company to appear at the head of I her own producing orRiinizntion nn i tier the Selznick banner. Blanche Sweet will be seen nt the A It a tonicht and tomorrow in tho Jesse I.,. lAcky production. "The Si lent Partner." a thrilling drama of ) i'mmiic.ns nn wruitMi inni ill'1 "inn ni Kdinuwl itouMtntT nnd prpard for the screen by (Ieore Pubois Proctor. Miss Sweet is seen :is a clever you lie private secretary of a broker who saves him from not only his own wife but from ruin. In the cast supporting Miss Sweet are such distinguished artists a- Thomas Moiphnn. Oenrae Herbert. Krnet Joy and Mabel Van lluren. It is a Pan mount picture. "INSURANCE IS THE BEST POLICY Sliixieo: rtlesslnffs often come dipiiuiped. Fiv the time the wnr lf over lots of peo ple will have no desire for the ordi nftn white flour thev use exeluie ly now. Insure against hafl. It is even more important than the proverbial ad vice about hay. In a half hour a 6udden hailstorm may wipe out the results of a year's work. Pro tect yourself from loss with a Hail Insurance Policy of thm Hartford firm nanranca Co, Compared to the profits you expect f;xm your crops, the cost is trifling. It will give you the guarantee of en insurance company that has paid every just claim promptly in , ell the more than a hundred years ef its history. CHAS. E. HEARD, Inc. GEXKRAI. 1XSVHAXCK j 6:t5 Main St. SEE MK BKlXlllE THE F1HK. I PUfWatndaal J Early Vegetables ami F K Flowers f iboulj be started aow. Pljnt 1 J Morse Grand Prize Carrots. M- i 4 Cabbae.Onions.Beets. Peas. J Spinacb mnd Turaip Ato MrMs L SwMt Pea mni Psmift. ar All sr ctei J California Seeds C J Don't take MedU tkt arc "Just ma L L food " Cat Morc'. ' J J Oa Sal hy afl LmJ1s DaataiV m L If tmf dmalwr Mt nr MrM Jm P Sa, trnmd diriet imr mmr Mtaltii Fm. B f Yrar twaar will ftc 9tmmtf attraaW ta. i ! loads of sheep Friday to Huntineton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hopjcard are bein? congratulated on the arrival of a nine round baby boy July 8th. Miss Esther Bee bee spent the weekend with her mother In La Grande. Mrs. Fred George and daughters of Kcho were in town Tuesday. Miss Lenna Wald returned the first of the wee k from a n extended visit in Missouri. 1917 ADVANCE SUMMER FASHIONS 1917 Standard Quarterly Buy It Now 400 Neweat Summer Styles for 25a, including CERTI FICATE good for 15 in the purchase of Any Standard Pattern AUGUST DESIGNER JUST RECEIVED. BIG DEPARTMENT STORE IIKU;H WAR MtKKlOX SKES HUi L,rIHKIt MITX8 sv iiiibc Trwx fawnl Into Shape for Moot of Wooden Shin. PrH.TLAN"D, Ore., July 12. The Belgian war mission today added an Inspection of a sreat lumber mill to the industries they have examined on their trip through the United States and saw huge trees being sawed into shape for the fleet of wooden ships that is being built here. Reirinnine with a visit to the stock yards at Chicago, and lasting through the flour mills of Minnesota, descent into a great copper mine In Butte. Mont., and concluding with the vision of the lumber Industry of the Pacific northwest, their opinion of the part the resources of the United State will plaj- in winning the war is growing constantly. The powers that be love, money, ambition and a good dinner. CASTOR I A For Infants and ChOdiea In Use For Over 30 Years Signature of MONTANA WHEAT LAND BARGf J No. 10348 320 acres, 9 miles from town, all high class farm land, mostly under plow. Price $33 an acre. No. 26329 320 acres, 5 miles from town. Inexpensive set of build ings. Mostly under plow. Price $28 an acre. No. 16328 320 acres, lis miles from town. Fair Bet of buildings, good well and wind-mill. 4 miles of fencing, 115 acres under plow. No waste. 65 acres In grain of which purchaser receives one fourth, delivered to elevator. $37.50 an acre, easy terms. No. 30243298 640 acres. 6 miles from town. Good 7 room house. High class barn and outbuildings of all kinds. 3 good wells and 2 wind mills. 280 acres under plow. All level and tillable. 275 in crop df which purchaser receives one fouri'k delivered to elevator a high class wheat farm. Well improved. $40 an acre easy terms. No. 15317 320 acres, 8 miles from town, with 100 acres in crop, all of which goes to purchaser. All tillable. Small set of buildings. Good well. $42.50 an acre. No. 123011 160 acres, 14 miles from town, 20 acres under plow. All level and tillable. In well improved neighborhood. Small shack. $14 an acre. a No. 18193311 320 acres, 4 miles from town with 70 acres under plow and in crop. All but 15 acres, 4 miles from town with 70 acres under plow and in crop. All but 15 acres tillable ; a good tract of land, close to town. Three miles of fencing. Good well. Price $22.50 acre. No. 33411 320 acres, 10 miles from town. Good set of buildings. 155 acres of crop all of which goes to purchaser. A choice piece of land, with no waste. Price $35 an acre. No. 263110 320 acres, 9 miles from town, with 120 acres under plow and all level and tillable. All fenced. Shallow well. Shack. About 90 a$res in crop. Price $30 an acre. No. 23349 320 acres, 9 miles from town, with 100 acres in crop, all of which goes to purchaser. Poor set of buildings. Land all level and tillable. $27.50 an acre. No. 14349 320 acres. 10 miles from town. All but 10 acres under plow, and 300 acres in wheal, all of which goes to purchaser. Good two story house, big barn and outbuildings of all kinds. Fine well Quarter of mile to school. Price $47.50. Considering the crop this is just like finding the land. This bargain cannot last. This is oniy one niile from No. 23349 and the entire section could be operated as one larm. , No. 333412 320 acres, 6 miles from elevator. Good new six room house. Small outbuildings. About 53 acres under plow. Good well and living water in meadow. All but 10 acres first class farm land $27.50 an acre. Central Montana Ranches Company B. F. DUPUIS, Special Agent. Phone 469. Office 224 E. Court St.