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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY. AUGUST 14, 1917.
EIGHT PAGES ooooeeooooooooooooooeooooo rs O PAGE EIGHT u o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 8 o o o o o o a o o o 3 I! ft Te a and Coffi We carry the best grade of Tea and Coffee, we are exclusive agents in Pendleton for Chase & Sanborns Tea and Coffee. Chaws & Sanborn's Seal Brand, 1 lb. 45c Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand, 2 lbs 85c Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand, 3 lbs. $1.25 Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand, 5 lbs. $2j00 Umatilla, in Bulk, per lb 35c 150 Brand, 4 lbs. for $1.00 Chase & Sanborn's Tea, Japan, lb 60c Chase & Sanborn's Tea, Orange Peko, lb. 85c WE SELL HILLS BROS., M. J. B. AND DIA MOND W. COFFEE. ALSO UPTONS, RIDGWAYS AND IMPERIAL TEAS. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 28 823 Main Si, o o o o o o o o o o o o c$ e o o o o o o o o o Caught 3 ilia. )oD Saunders succeeded in landinR three lurge bass in one of tho ponds near Rleth last Sunday. The largest was IS Inches long. Watch tor Stolen M. O. Postmaster T. J. Tweedy th's mor. nlng received notice that a person having possession et sto en moey orders Nos. S9723 to 2S800 Inclusive was headed this way. The orders weer stolen from the Peoria, 111., of. flee. and sons and Charles H. Kudd occurr ed yesterday V&en Uudd had the el t'er Johnson arrested on a charge, of violating tho - health ordinance 0 by "throwing., putrid and stinking ! ani mal and vegetable matter" near the building occupied by Kudd. Acting Hocorder Hailey continued the case upon Johnson's promise to clean- up. Johnson owns the building on West Webb occupied by the Kudd tailor shop and ever since he lost a civil suit to eject Kudd, there has been trouble. V, . i oooooooooooeooooooooooooeo atiiiiMiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiHiiiim'j m I't l- il 11 9-1 1 IH V IfU'l J' I M I'M 1 mm i! I.HI If I JPI lf,Tmi Do You Really Know that ARE ACTUALLY RUST-PROOF? Have you tested them to prove this? We wish you would then you would know what we mean when we say "rust-proof." It is not enough for a corset to shape well it must wear equally well. Every day it must prove its virtue through shaping comfortably wearing without splittting, without breaking, or rusting in these "piping hot" days that test even the best corsets. " ' You can depend on your Warner's. Xrw mi nun low Started. Construction has been started on a five room bungalow, located on the corner tf A Ha and Marie streets, for Henry Whittaker, a rancher, living in Pendleton C. A. lAnsdowne is the ar chitect and engineer. The home Is t. have five rooms and bath with all built in features, furnace, laundry room. etc. I .oft Small IUI The estate of Char es H- Hammond the bootblack who tried here recently has been appraised at $38.6? by F. E. Welch, Frank Sullivan and Martin Ferguson. (ucn Grocery lit walla Walla. C. H. Conroy, proprietor of Con roys Cash Grocery In this city, is branching out and tomorrow will open a store In Walla Walla on the same plan as he 'operates his store here; Mr. Conroy will not give up his local business and will continue to give his store here his personal attention. Assijrnn jjla Assets. J. H. Howard, who has been run- fling a store at Stanfield, has made an assignment of all his property to Fred Kl Schmidt for the benefit of . bis creditors. i Scoutmaster ICctlres. i K. V. Montell, who has ucted u j scoutmaster for the Pendleton Boy i Scouts during the summer, resigned To See Son Get Commission. Conductor Gus Bartholot of the I'en-dleton-Pasco run and Mrs. Bertholet will leave Thursday for West Point to visit their son. Frank Bertholet, who will be graduated from the IT. S. mili- ttary academy there on August 30 with the rank of first lieutenant and com pany commander. They expect to be gone six weeks. at the meeting last evening inasmuch as he expects to leave Pendleton with In a few days. The Scouts will take a vacation until school begins by which time a new scoutmaster will be chosen. FALL GOODS ..' Prepare yourself for the greatest variety' of Fall Merchandise ever shown in Pendleton. Our stocks are becoming more complete every day. The prices here will not be much in advance of last year's prices. We are selling closer all the time in order tj give the best value possible at the lowest possible price. ' New Fall Shoes $3.98 to $7.90 I New Dresses $14.75 up Beautiful Fall Coats $12.50 up I Men's Fall Suits ..$12.50, $14.75, $16.50 New Fall Suits.. $12.50 up Men's Fall Shirts.. 49c, 98c, $1.49, $1.69 Fall Underwear for Men, Women and Children will be ready in a few days. you CAN DO RETTKR AT jy THE GOLDEN RULE Zr J 4- THE GOLDEN RULE WE LKAD J I OTHERS follow SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY Your choice of any White Duck, Gabardine or Galatea Skirt in the house, regardless of former price, at 69. SiiiinHiiuiiiniiHUinnnniiuiiiiinuniiHiiiiiiiiiMiiniiniiMiiuHMiiiiinijijMiTiiiTi How Is Your Storage Battery ? Have you given it all the cars It should have, since you bought your oar? Come in and let our Battery Expert examine your battery and tell you how o properly care for this vital part of your car. We are the authorized Service Sta tion for the UOUU) STORAGB BAT TJfiRT and will greatly appreciate the opportunity to serve you. Co. E. Roys Boost Rouud-l'n . The 50 Pendleton members of Co. R. Idaho National Guard, are doing some strong; boosting for the Pendle ton Round-Up. according; to Mrs Rose Campbell, who has . returned from Boise where she spent four days with her son who Is in Co. K Everywhere they have gone, she says, they have advertised the Round-Up. Te Pendleton boys, she states, feel rather lont.ly because they are bo far from home and because they are an Oregon contingent in the guard of an. other state. Few relatives visit them. their mail is meager, compared with that received by their Idaho com rades and they receive no recogni tion from their home town. They will soon leave for Palo Alto, Calif. "T'oles worthy RiwiuVnctt Sold. The fine residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy on Hluh street, to I gether with Several lots adjoining, j has been purchased by Frank Quiri' 'lan, proprietor of the Oregon Market Mr. Quinlan will use it as a residence for his family. The purchase price is not given out but is said to have been in the neighborhood of 15000. Funeral of Jamra Campbell. The funeral of James Campbell, 70 who died yesterday morning at Athe na, was held this morning at II o'clock at the -Brown chapel. Inter ment was made In OIney cemetery. Deceased had no relatives in this county but is supposed to have rela tives in the Dnkotaa and Ohio. He had "ived at Athena for several year. and recently suffered a pnralyti:! stroke. Jotinson-Rndd Feud Again. Another incident in the long- drawn-out feud between I. B. Johnson BluTS BRAN-NEW PHILOSOPHY To Start Jltnej Bns. A real, honest-tn-gnndnene Jttney oils is now operating in Pendleton. Paul Kreft. former O-W. brakeman, has decided to run his car on several of the prominent streets on a certain schedule nnd will charxe n five cent fair. He will run up and down Jack son street, down Court to Round-t'p Park and back on Webb, up Alta street to the hospital and back on Court to Main. His schedule is print ed in this paper elsewhere. If his venture is a success, he plans to put on other Jitneys. nvi.vf; dkwkk boy in NO KliAPKKR AM K11IC AX DENVER, Aug. 14. When the summons came to George It. Kirk land, 1188 Oneida, District 4, to re spond for physical examination before his board, the answer came "Dying." And so last nichl. in order that the Kovernment's orders could be carried : S ... out to tho letter, the examining board consisting of Harry lluffner. Hurry Wllcoand Dr. (1. C. Wallace, went to the home of the young man to see him and make their examination. Physically unfit but an O. K. was placed after his name on the list, for his services to his country would have been of the best. There was no slacker's blood in him. He wanted to come down to be examined, he told the men, but he "couldn-t quite make it." '111 be elsewhere," he suid, "when the boya go into battle." HiuiMiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii GRANDE GUARD IS DRILLING RBGl'LiAKXY LA ORA.VDK, Aug. 14. With 1,50 men nnd boys of all ages enrolled, the La Grande Home Guard is engag. ed in active drill work, preparatory to coping with any emergency that may call for ita services in the ab sence of the organized militia of the state. The organzat'on is divided int-j three companes, with H B. Cooledge major of the battalion and H E. Dix on battalion adjutant. Other officers are as follows: Company A. A. W. Nelson, captain; Ben Declous, first lieutenant. Company C, J. H Peare, captain; Fred L. Meyers, first lieuten ant; H. J. Ritter, second lieutenant. Company B, which in composed of the younger boys has not yet elected officers. ! ' I j , " '):). I - i ; -' ' J ' ;'i , ; K W' r r- "i nmti i. til j , , i 1 1; I rvn rrr IhJuvl nn nn 1 ICE BOX Only a Few 1 Left I MM ALL HIZK M.M LARGE SI7.K ft.li .luM what You Have Bern Loolkng For. Save every morsul of that high priced food stuff. DAIJ5 TtOTHWELL Optometrist and Optician Eyes scientifical ly examined. Glasses ground to tit. American National Bank Building Pendleton. Phone 178 I j Smythe-Lonergan Co. I g QUALITY QUANTITY SERVICE t-.miiililllilllilliilliiiiiiiinililtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilHiiiiiiiiiiir 1 V. S. AIRMA.Y CITED AS MODEL 1ST ORDERS Of 4 FRANCE. 4 PENDLETON AUTO COMPANY "GOODS OF MKItn "Lots of s will k poor un til we are tV.rty-f!w I You Know The one consolation about being poor is that we can enjoy and afford just as good drinks as the who is 'flush." This is made by ordering possible BRAN-NEW ROOT BEER GINGER ALE SARSAPARILLA VANILLA CREME How good. Howi cheap. and its pure. IlVni. Rosscli Bolog Co. J "JPendleton Oregon i ( i.. r ; vJ-' -'-v mw VALVE-IN-HEAD NOW HERE 'Adroit and Intrepid, and a true model for his comrades," ! the offl-, s: j cial praise handed to Lieutenant Ra- t oul Lufberry, the young American member of the Lafayette Kecadri'le THREE CHASSES AND NINE BODY DESIGNS ANNOUNCED THIS SEASON The 1918 BUICK has all the fundamental BUICK principles with the addition of every improvement that has stood the BUICK test of WORTH. In act, the three chasses have been improved in every particular where improvement was possible, making the 1918 BUICK cars JUi mi WfflCJI j MORE DURABLE, MORE DEPENDABLE, FASTER, MORE POWERFUL THAN EVER Many important improvements and refinements add this year to the value of the car. Among them are: A more powerful valve-in-head motor, a smoother-acting clutch, a longer wheel base, wider doors, more luxurious upholstery. Luxury without extravagance has been achieved-in the BUICK for 1918. Every detail of these handsome Cars spells , elegance and beauty. The upholstery is deep and restful. They reflect the taste of the owner in every respect, including the , excellent me- chanical features. &&8-.- .Jin PRICES OF BUICK 1918 MODELS IN PENDLETON Touring Cars. Model E-Six-49, 7-Passenger Touring Car $1650 Model E-Six-45, 5-Passenger Touring Car $1425 Model E-Four-35, S-Pjassenger Touring Car $925 Roadsters. ' . Model E-Six-44, 3-Passenger Roadster $1425 Model E-Four-34, 2-Passenger Roadster $925 Remember, the Buick factory has been building Buioks fifteen years. It has never produced a model that was a failure. Itr built the first successful small four-cylinder car, and in the six cylinder Buick, which first appeared four years ago, it set a new standard of possibilities in the construction of the Six. Its busi ness has increased every year. This is your best guarantee of satisfaction. T j Couple this guarantee with OreRon Motor Garage Service. Use your own best iudgment and vou will soil yourself a Buick. DELIVERIES IN ROTATION Oregon Motor Garage, Inc. 117, 119, 121, 123 West Court St. Telephone 458 after ne naa Drought down nn tentn nilllllllillllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIC , aer. . ane Hi ' fcifei