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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1917.
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STRAWBERRIES
FIRST QUALITY
- I ;t hroken hack An. I is mil exlleeted to
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The funeral f the late
il e held tomorrow ee.c.m
the yvlscm cn-tpei. l-ie- I i'.iMr;incr mirn.
he time i a nme pouna auuKnicr whs uon.
i yesterday afternoon Bt St. Anthony'
hoMpml to Mr. mid Mrs. Orvnll
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f his .ienth
ears old at
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3 Boxes
Crate . .
. 50c
S3.75
. j -feMr of tiaard.
'j J. V Jarva has snwpfl.il Mat
iKurwy .s swil guard at the city
ilwrtvink itr. iMmey having re.
i 1 to tnfce the postt'on of stahlc
Nm ;',r the Warren Construction Co
i 1'rown of Wallu Walla,
; TV K Uouinl-1 l Onniwt.
The Round.l'p has been untitle
' i that the Haines Record in aiimt t
A start a subscription contejit the prima
4t ; ?.r h'ch will be free trips
9;
fommorelal Club Mrvilnjc.
1 The t"ommercl;il association will
hold its monthly moetinu thin even
ing and at its conclusion the direc
tors of Happy Canymt will hold their
tirst meeting of the year.
the
w i IVndle ton. Kound-l'p. Th's sunie pu
tt 1 ier ran such a contest last year an 1
fM i found it a good business getter.
GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO.
Two Phones 28
"QUALITY"
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No Drill Tontitlit.
Owhix to the absence of many of
the members from the city, tile Penult-ton
Heaervcs will lull drill this
eventn. The Silver tirays have
postponed their drill until tomorrow
evening.
&2J Mats St.
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S THOSE NEW rk? ft
Are Going Rapidly r j
Amnns the merchants of I'matilla
county in Portland for the fifth an
nual Buyers Week Are L. G. Frasler.
Mrs. L, E. Cohn and Mrs. Gladva
Slaughter of Pendleton, F. T Oeor?'
and Wife and W. W. Howell of JCcho,
Arthur G. Means of Rieth and ITmu.
tUla, and P. H. Buchhoiu and Vine j fawti
Buchholz of Stanf eld.
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Hen, I CitTiKiil !h (iimins;.
John Hoyt, district manager of the
Woodmen of the World, is auuin in
Pendleton, campaigning for a claa
to he Initiated on September 10 t
wh'ch time the head consul of the
order b expected htre.
lr. lorrow Back In Franco.
Tr. Karl V, Morrow, formerly a 1
Pendleton hoy is back in France, as t
physic an for a "base hospital and 1
has been Kiven a captain's commit j
sion-, according to a messase received
by his father in Portland. Dr. Mor- '
row was in Belgium for a t'me in (
connection with the Belerium relief ;
commission and was knlfrhted by j
Kins Albert. He delivered a lecture i
here a few months a$o. i
An IttsmiKHed.
The following caf Iihvp hot-n dis-misst-d
from the circuit court docket'
Mnry A. Murphy vs. Paul Hemmel
garn et ul; O. P. Moorman and Co
vs. Charles Aispach: Hildebrant. Pus
ner Co.. vs. Charles Alfpach; O. B
Hendricks vs. K. W. Kordn.
The High Prices Charged at Other Stores
Ik tlie Krtutost bun to uh that could ever liap'H'ii. IN-opIc arc riocklnit to oiir lnnn from 'all tut-r Ilie
country, bcluit forctMt to flml a more n'aoiialilc i(ihh to trade. Ank tlie other iiian'M prion of an ar'.U'U",
hut don't buy licforc you kv um. fur no mailer what It Ik c will Im lower, anil the iiiullt,v will be ex
actly thn Kaiiic. Now don't nilNtiiiclcrMtiiinl iik. wc will not nilnco iwr irn.o to meet IiIk, nor irlve a ape
rial price for quantity purotutacK, but e claim that our cvi-ry da price, quality onHlttered, la lower
than the ono Htoro nwriiiant'.
IjaillcN' Ijioo Kini- liniiiD SulM. .
ladles' lliclit Knili Union Kiilta.
Ijatlir' Summit ;auxe VeKtN. ... 0
Kiirelopc C'omhlnatloiiM ,
rtiuitM Slim
. . . 25c, Inc. UHc
. . . gnu, .Ic, BHc
l-lc to H for 2.1c
h. $i.a;i. $i.i
one. l.tu
llcautiriil t'licmlNe 79c, BSC, $1.10
White t iidersklrtN H1.S3. tl.lft. I.0H
Muslin Drawcra . SUf. to. HI'
Ilaliily (ioin ,. 9 He, $l.l
VOC CAN
t'hlldrcn'M I'mlcrnalHtH . ,
"Ituliciis" Infant Slilrts .
.IIkkch' Knit I ii Ion KnltK
l.adlcM' Knakl Overalls. .
billies' ivnaal fiKlrts . . . .
tairlH' SatiHn likHimerH
till Cloth, yard
Window Shade
Curtain liods , Ilk'
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. . $2.9. $2.
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ALL BIG SHIPS
UNDER CONTROL
Miss MarqolsA WaH Killed.
A typographical erjrror in tlie ac
count of the fatal automobile acci
dent at New Bra yesterday made the
It I
report read that Mil
had been seriously injured
should have read that Miss
Marquiss was killed and Mrs.
2, Matlock seriously injured. Miss Mar.
Isuiss and Mrs. Matlock were sisters.
iMra. Matlock's husband, F D- Mat
s' lock, who is a cousin of W. X and
C. Q. Matlock of this city, suffered
First KmindUTpp Tickets Sold.
C. o. Minor, prominent Heppner
stockman, is the first man to hui
tickets for the 1917 Hound Xp. An
order for 16 seats for the last day
of thr performance was received from
i him this mornin and was accompan.
j led by a check in payment. Mr.
i Minor is a constant patron of the
i Kound-l'p.
j I
Sells More Montana I.aud.
Olhe Matlock B F Dupuis. sal-s agent for Mon
tana land, has returned from anoth
Ollie ; er trip to tjje Hinham district when
Nellie I he closed the sale of 20 acres ol
farm lan 1 to Andy I'eebler of this
city and 560 acres to Wes 55eria of
Athena. ' Both of these men had
previously purchased a sect'on 'f
land there. Mr Dupuis while Kon
also addrd 560 acres to his own
holdings.
Reasons First, they are the proper gar
ments now for mountains or beach. Sec
ond, they are of the right materials, Shet
land, Fibre, and Wool. Third, they are
up to the minute in style. Fourth, they are
priced right. A look will convince you.
May we show you?
TMT.K ItOTfTWET.L
Optometrist and Optielan
. Byes scientifical
ly examined.
Glasses ground
to fit.
American National Bank Rullrtlnt
Pendleton.
BILLY'S BRAN-NEW
PHILOSOPHY
The "Down Stairs Store" is selling more than the
u.ual amount of House Dresses. Why?
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How Is Your
Storage Battery
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Held For White Shnery.
Dyke Hill, a ranch hand who tun
been living about Pendleton for some
e:irs, was lust night taken into cus
tody by Deputy V. S. Marshal Dave
Fuller on a white slavery chargtj. He
was arrested at the camp of Kouch
Pros, in the mountains southeast of
Pendleton. It is charged that he
transported Margaret Kassahafer
from Portland to Centra lia. Wn., foi
immoral purposes. He will probably
be given a hearing here before V. S.
Commissioner S. A,. Newberry.
Husband n Drunkard. Alleged.
Allegmg that her husband. John A.
Xolnn, fa a confirmed drunkard. Lil
lian May Nolan, to whom he was mar-
rieri In t-Htu rt.. etrx Ink- 7 1UM hnl
! brought S'tlt for a divorce and for th
j restoration of her maidon name,
ff-'tttewt She. further alleges that her
; hut band on several occasions while
i intoxicated . assaulted her " with his
j fists. He failffd to support her, she
complains, and in A pril of this year
the left him. V. M. Peterson is her
attorney.
Tennis Tournament Arranged.
Commencing with August lllth the
Tennis Club will hold a Round Kobi l
tennis tournament for its members,
said tournament closing by the en'i
of the month. The eivht nieni''er-
WASIlIXiJTtX, Aug. 7. The ship
ping hoard is completing plans for
taking over ull large merchant vessel
flying the American flag. It is offl
tiall learned the government will
soon requisition space on these vessels
ror food and troop shipments, leaving
the operation of ships In the ownort
hands. Charters, freight rates, car
goes and movements will be under
government control.
ATTACK BY VILLA
EXPECTED BY U.S.
F.l, PASO. Aug. 7. The Amerienr
border patrol at Presidio was doubted
in anticipation of an attack upon OJI
naga. Villa is reported a few miles
solth of O.ilnaga and is expected to at
tack hourly.
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DANCE
Thursday Night
Eagle-Woodmen Hall
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RRRICE
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Only a Few 1
Left I
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Just Whut You llae llen
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Save every morsal of that higit S
VI cod food stuff.
Phone 178 f
Smythe-Lonergan Co. I
. QUALITY QUANTITY SERVICE
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all t h' car
ou bought yo
Conie in and ljt our Pnttery Kxpert
'xamine your battery and tell you how
to properly care for this vital part of
our car.
W are tit- fi at horh&t-d Service Kta
tn.n for the t;(tVLA KTokagk JJAT
TKKV iind will greatly appreciate the
opportunity to frve you.
PENDLETON
AUTO COMPANY
-(iiMins tiK iiritiT"
"If wishes were automobiles;
asolide would be worthy
raillioti Jollans a gallon? j
I makintf the best percentage ;n this
j tournament will be selected to re pre
j sent the Club in their annual free
! for all tournament to he held Hep.
J tern her 1. ? and 3 Kntrance fee to
i the Round JRohin tournament will be
! "iftc. players to furnish their ow.i
ball. Names of entrants should b
handed to L. A, Relneman r R. B.
Chloupek beffre August 1 2th.
You couldn't wish for
anything nicer on our au
to trip than a ew cold
bottles of
BRAN-NEW
l(.AX liKKKY
STRAW BKItUY
HASPP.FJtltY
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PIVKAPPI.K
I LUMBER STRIKE
I; BLOCK SHIPS
ANDAIRCRAF'l
' HKATTLK, . Aug. 7. There is the
; gravest apprehension in the war rt
. partmetit about the lumber strike slt
. nation in the northwest. Dr. Henry
i Suzzalo told the state council of de
1 1 nsi. The hfaring wrts called in hope
'of finding means of settlement for
troubles w hich ure blocking up air
jfnd sea fleet prof ram. Dr. Carleton
Parker, personal representative of
' President Wilson b-re out Huzznlo's
statements, declnrinu the Washington
authorities are carefully watching the
situation.
III IMtV
39 DAYS SINCE
I WE HAD A RAIN
H.
at
Dm
Try it next time.
5 Every drop pure and in-
vigorating.
I Wm. Roescfi Bottling Co. I SE!;
. Pendleton
Oregon
IV.M'il.'ton has beer without a drop
of t;iin for 'AH days and within the
P:tst Sy 1'ays there haa heen hui .07
of an inch precipitation. Thin la the
lonKest drouth since 1911 when there
waa a 65 day period durina" which
only a. email fraction of an Inch of
rain fell. In 1910 there was a drouth
almost as ton and In Auirust. 1K14.
was not a drop f rainfall. The
records for this season show
that the last' rain fell on June 2. This
S rain measured only .$2 of an Inch
On the 24lh there was 'ot of an Inch.
S on the lth .!. on the lh . and
Go in the Field to Load the Wheat
Operate on Distilate
DURABLE ECONOMICAL REASONABLE
Highest Clearance on the Market
(13 1-2 inches from lowest point to ground)
Lowest Deck on Market Makes Easy Loading
SIMPLICITY
Propelled Just the Same as Your Tractor
All gears'enclosed, dust and mud proof housing
Our Second Carload of Denby
Truck Arrive Tomorrow
Factory Man Here to Demonstrate
Thi' I. S. fiovcrnmciit Is placlmj: orders now with truck
manufacturers and nn account ol sluirlnut- of nianrlals.
prices may adwwioe at any time. IVr are In a nvltiun
prolis t purchasers at tlie present nrlii-s ror a limited lime.
"First Cost Not Prohibitive"
Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
117, 119, 121, 123 West Court St. Telephone 458
then.
i h.
!lf!lMt!!!l!l!f!f!l!l!tl
there has only le, n .2 of un In
on the :ird .13 Huic: .lone 1.

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