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o o o o o o o o o o o o o o a o o o o o o o o o o o Ilia 6:- 1! sir II tip V- Itti - PAGE EIGHT DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917. EIGHT PAGES oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Strawberries V Mora in by express today. WATCH OUR AD FOR THE BEST IN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Extra Fancy Strawberries, 3 boxes 50c Logan Berries, crate ..' $2.50 Goose Berries box 10c; crate $2.25 Red Raspberries, crate $2.75 Black Berries, crate $2.75 Dew Berries, crate $2.50 Currants, crate $2.50 Royal Anne Cherries, pound 10c PEACHES, PEARS, PLUMS, GREEN APPLES, WATER MELONS. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 23 823 Main St. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo CTWtllllllHIIIinilltllHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIUHIilllllliiHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIJMI!: i hit im m ni mi'i m m "i m w m tw m t m wa hr i MISS PLATTSBURG REGULATION CAMP SUIT v7 'I 3f THE HIT OF THE SEASON Just arrived today. While we have oought a good supply of the suite we feel sure you will be unable to get one unless you come at once. The niftiest suit yet: Best quality Gala tea, price $7.85. See window dis play. ' The famous Regulation Paul Jones "Middies are here too No advance in price. uHUlililiiiiniiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir: PYRENES Extract from Pendleton Kvening Paper: MOIATKOM FARM HOME 18 lKKTROYFI BY KIKE Abe Molstrom and Fred Hendrick son burned In saving property. Wtth the aid of a Pyrene Fire Ex tinguisher the new barn and the other buildings were saved. Once more the Pyrene proves its effectiveness.) Another proof that you can't afford to be without a Pyrene Fire Kxtin gutsher. jij Pyrenes $9.00 PENDLETON AUTO COMPANY HiOODS OF MERIT" (Jets Plumbing contract. O. P. Miller has been awarueu u Dlumblnir contract on the new 16.- 000 Rleth school. s Threshing in Brtoy. .i i.i m h..l.v .'br RfnrteH to. day by A. P. Knight on his ranch on the reservation. Bought McKay Creek Rancb. Through a trade made by B. T. Wade, Henry Forth has purchased the George Adams ranch of 10 acres three miles above the McKay post office. The purchase includes this year s crop and possession Is to be taken In 10 days' time. The pur chase price Is not made known. The men constitute troublesome I. W. W. members gathered from Ellens, burg. Yakima and other parts of th central Washington. The method or treatment aeems to work entirely saU isfactory. Bank Men Promoted. ft in Announced todav bv the Am erican National Bank that W. C. Sic Kinney and R. M. Mayberry nave been made assistant cashiers of that inntitutinn. Roth men have been in the bank service many years and the advancement la in recognition ot their creditable service. Mr. McKln ney has been teller and Mr. Mayber ry bookkeeper. As a result of the shift in positions, Brooke Dickson be. comes general bookkeeper. lletiirns from Convention. Kugene Good, chief clerk at the Hotel Pendleton, haa returned from Crater Lake where he attended the convention of the Oregon hotel men While gone he acquired a sunburn that makes his face a blushing pink. Uovruilliii; office May close. Recruiting Officer Peter Swart, who has been in charge of the local recruiting station, is expecting orders almost any day to close his office and report for duty aboard ship. Yeterilay he received a letter asking how soon he could close his office. Jewelers May Come. Word has been received by the Commercial Association that the state Jewelers' association may de cide on Pendleton as the next place of meeting following the annual gathering at Dallas this year. A meet, ing of the Commercial club managers will be held at 4 o'clock today to con sider the matter. Dell Klaneett Rejected. Dell IBancett who was the first re. cruit for Troop D, reported last even ing for physical examination and was rejected by the examining doctor. This means that he Is officially re leased from his obligaUons and oath, and puts to an end a controversy that has been agitating the troop ever since the the captaincy election. Blancett arrived last evening from Kalispell, Montana, where he had staged a wild west show and reported immediately to the examining doctor. His rejection resulted from injuries sustained in past accidents of the arena and track. " 1. W. W.'s Interned. Returning home from a motor trip to Portland and the sound, F. B. Judd yesterday had opportunity to observe the way the I. W. W. problem Is han. died in central Washington. At Kl lensburg the court house lawn is en closed by a very high wire fence and in this enclosure about 200 men are enterned under the guard of soldiers. IJouglit Land in Montana. Ben F. Dupiiis, selling agent for Montana farm land. has returned from Hingham where he purchased half section for himself. He was accompanied on the trip by Joe Hodgson of Weston, Mrs. Wen Zerba of Athena, and Louis Geiss of this city, all of whom had holdings there, and Albert tIeiKS who purchased a half section. Boys on the Job. The Bmall boy with the commercial instinct is showing himself very much alive to the opportunity offered bv the establishment of a troop camp at Happy Canypn pavilion. Realizing mat tne wjwuujb muit-iuu., ......, weary miles over paved streets would he vinri of the chance for a refresh. ing drink, the boys appeared early this morning with big nasaets ol "pop" which they are dispensing u so much per pop. Lieutenant Patton Here. Robert Patton, son of Mr. and Mni aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: There's Stylfe Comfort Wear Worth and personal pride in those wonderful gar ments now showing : Bond Clothes 10toS35 An immense line of patterns, models and sizes, fit to you perfectly by our own tailors. Bond Bros. sears complete Outfitter Pendleton's dotal ifllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli? BILLY'S BRAN-NEW PHILOSOPHY MltllllllllllllllHIIIHIHIfllllllHIIlllllllfHIinilllllllllllllllllltfllllllltllllllltllllllllllfttS The more who drink our pure drinks, the hfetcer the hit they m uke. Tell your dalfr to serve you a bottle in cracked Ice, of BRAN-NEW ROOT BEER GINGER ALE SARSAPARILLA VANILLA CREME or better still have a case Bent fcome. W'e are Riving you a tip. WOlJOCSCllBOffilCfl. I -Abariisapttpbea Pendleton I safe hit when two plw- 0reg0I1 i I ers chase atter it. MIIIIIIIllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllrllllllllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIli: m.m.m.m.'mmmmmjsvSaJWSSsSaSBBMB NEW ARRIVALS IN SILKS During the last few days we have received a splendid selection of the New Roman Striped Taffeta Silks. This, is a small adv Vance showing of the latest fall novelties. You will probably see several of the Horizontal Striped Skirts appear in the next Tew days. They are very smart looking and are the last word in style. Why not be one of the first in town to have these new ideas? You can afford them. Look at these prices: i e Dark Green Roman Striped Taffeta, 27 in. yard .'. Dark Green, Brown and Red Striped Taffeta, 27 in., yard Navy Blue, Light Roman Striped Taffeta, 27 in., yard J-j Blue Roman Striped Taffeta. 27 in., yard Delft Blue, Roman Striped Taffeta, 27 in., yard Dark Wine, Small Roman Striped Taffeta. 27 in., yard Zi'tZ Dark Blue, Neat Roman Striped Taffeta, 86 in., yard J'9 Dark Brown, Roman Striped Taffeta, 36 in., yard $1.69 Roval Blue, Roman Striped Taffeta, 86 in.,. .yard $1.69 PLAIN BLACKS, GRAY, ROSE, BLUE, TAFFETAS, 36 IN., YARD $1.49 YOC CAN IM HKTTKR jy THE GOLDEN HULC JV - ----- - - - - , , in K I.KA1 rTHF.KS OlAOW Mark Patton and now a dentist in the navy with the rank of first lieuten ant, arrived this morning from the eat and will visit here for a time while awaiting to be asaigned. He passed an examination for a commis. alon some time ago at Washington and had a high score. However It will be necessary for congress to pass further legislation before all the ap plicants are assigned to service. Son Is Born. A son was born at the hxwpltal last niKht to Mr. and MrB. Tarl Newqulst. Lkvnwd to Wed. A marriage license has been is. sued to Earl William Lewis, 22. anJ Rose Smith. 21, both of Pendleton. Koran Have Baby. A son was born last niKht at Pilot Hook to Mr. und Mm. Herbert Bov len, Jr. Case is Dismissed. The case of Allen.Knight Co.. vs. H. Smythe, filed several days ago. was today settled and dismissed. N'oUn Babjr I lorn. A baby daughter was born this morning at St. Anthony's hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kllnwer of Nolin. ' New school at Duncan. A new school house is soon to be constructed at Duncan. It will be a one room structure, 26 by 40. Bids for the contract will be opened next Monday. New Front to Store. Frank Stroble is havlne n new and modern front put In his cigar store in the Association Hlock. He will al so fit up an ice cream parlor for ladies In the front of his store. ' Knllst In Army. Harry A. Jeppe and Joseph K. Lynch, both of Pilot Rock, enlisted this morning in the medical depart ment of the TT. a. army at the local recruiting office. Thermometer at loo. At 2:45 this afternoon the official thermometer registered leO, the high est in more than a week. Early this morning clouds blew up and threat ened a storm but this afternoon if clear and sultry. rot linger on .Tar. Mrs. c. ir. Wheeler came in from Nolin this morning to receive treat ment for an Index finger which she had cut badly on a fruit jar. Three stitches were required to close the wound. To Knlist In Omaila. Dell Blancett, well known cowboy, expects to leave this evening for Canada where, he slates, he will en. list In the Canadian army. He has been given assurance that he will soon be sent to Europe, he states, and expects to see action long before th Pendleton cavalry troop Is ready for service. Automobiles Collide. While driving out to his ranch last evening in his Ford. Olney Simpson. Adams farmer, drove headon Into the auto of H. Rosenberg. The drivers were prevented from seeing each other by the dust In time to avoid the accident. The cars were damaged to some extent and Blanche FTiedley, niece of Mr. Himpson. suffered several small cuts on the arm. Weston Woman wants IHviprcp. Charging cruel and inhuman treat ment, Rdlth May Barnes of Weston, has brought suit for divorce against her husband, Sidney Barnes. They were married at Weston in January, 1813, and have one child, a daugh ter, of which she asks the custody. She alleges that her husband has a violent temper and frequently cursed her and accused her falsely. Peter son & Bishop are her attorneys. Now Using "Hot Ktuff." The Warren Construction Company is placing hot stuff on the Wild Horse highway, the start being made at the upper end of Court street. The plant in the west end of town Is be ing used, the mixture being hauled through town In big trucks. With work started on the highway north side residents are complaining at the delay In paving North Main. Madison and Perkins streets, these streets having been torn up for several weeks and left in a condition that causes decided grief to housewives as well as discomfort to travel. Aulo stage For Adams. Athena and Weston, leaves Allen-Knight Co at 10 m, m. and 1:30 p. m. each day. Phone 400 for reservations. . Ralph Shaffer, prop Adv. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll (HOOVE Enjoins Every One to Economize. LET NOTHING SPOIL JS.. LE This Means ( Economy and Comfort ( We have met the issue by reducing the price on ice books in spite of the increased cost of manufacture and s 5 operation. I Phone 178 I i Smythe-Lonergan Co. I QUALITY QUANTITY SERVICE ffllllllllllilllilllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllHllllllllr BIG PUBLIC M LivJ IS". II TO-NIGHT Given by Woodmen of World Eagle-Woodmen HaO Sawyer's Orchestra S3 Another Carload Here . v innTiCrrnm IIP 1 El 11 11 3 s a KING OF THE ROAD Winner of all cross continent runs. Unequalled for speed, endurance, comfort and reliability. The car with the "Super Motor" giving: greater power with greater fuel economy. 01825 in Pendleton Let us show you what it thinks of hills. Oregon Motor Garage Incorporated. 17. Il. 121. 113 W Court St." Telephone 461 infiewijntnmnmffTmniTTTjtTnf iiliuiLiiriiM''"''"1'1'"1'"1'" nlil::ii,ii.iiiiii,.iiuii,uiiiHiilill.