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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1917.
TEN FAGE3 FAREWELL GIVEN FOR wise RESIDENTS MIL. AND MRS. MUY HONORED AT AFFAIR. FOH, WHICH BID- i; vol - nn ?ui is Llif W 1 Y .P-- fl viw mm ! M ; . ON BAV eMASUH IS HOST. ttvccasaful Auction Kale Held by O. S. Means, Thursday; lrtw of lald fur Uaw; Hay Sold at $14.50 Wt 1S. PAGE EIGHT ) "i n ' JVL 1 (Eut Oreftonlan Special) ' CM APING, Or., Oct 25. Friday night Hudson Bay Gransre met In regular session and the meeting was In the nature of a farewell for Mr. And Mr. John Kelly who trait this v.eek for their old home In Walla Walla, Mr. .Kelly having rented his ranob to H. B.. Bacon for the nevt year. Mrs, Kelly waa given a hand kerchief shower by the lady grangers while Mr. Kelly waa presented with a tox of cigars. During the business session of the grange. It waa decided to buy three Liberty Bonds for thee range during this coming week. Al so the Patrons decided to have a grange reunion day on November 2nd and invite all old grangers to a 'bis banket dinner on that date. A Pro gram of Interest Will be arranged by the lecturer, Mrs. J. E. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kirk have Im proved their home by the addition of a "big front porch and by painting the house and laying a new floor In Hoou Is In Montana during the present week looking at land. He Is VHh, a party of men from Walla Walla. In a card received he says there is a big anow storm In the aeo (lon he Is In at present, ' S. IT. Goodnight of Mldvale. Idaho. brought into the valley (0 head it fceef rattle and will - feed at the fan J. Kirft ranclC , Later In the sea son Vr, Goodnight wlU bring in ISO rneri" head. ,Smythe. the sheepman e-r Pendleton. on Sunday drove Into fTndson Bar country 5000 head r heep and will feed them on the !?Tran. Adklna and BurtinKame r-.-irhea. Vrs. R. H. .WeTlman this week "rught out the Interests In fhe es tite of the late R. H. Wellman of Mrs. John ctodlns and Miss Eoline Well t -sn of Pomeroy. Wain. frs. .Tark Clarke .has leased to 1 luyd Oentry for the, term of one v:,r. o acres lyine east of the Hud fjn Tto-r ditch near the Mate line. The tr-j .?rty will have sR acres In wheat cm! r,s out In alfalfa. The little -cn of W. Orerory. livine near the lin TTIrk ranch Is 111 with cholera infantum. -n ffettititr October ?1. a son waa horn to Mr. and Mrs Will Kinney at .!r ranch west of Trmanlne Tttterarr Society Meets. FVMav In the hla-h school room of the school house, the seventh and eighth erades and the hieh school en 3oved the first meeting of the Liter ary socJety. A debate, resolved. That the system of self-government be In ?"t!tTTted In the hieli school, was en joyed In which the negative side won. ITiiw participating were, affirmative fVwe? Dennis. Brma Calhoun, Keith MVDanlels: negative. Deane Beau- hsmp Llllle Jordan. Ralph Gentry. The remainder of the program was cs follows: ?in The Purple and the Gold... -. ,. . School "Fntertalnlng the Minister" . . Vocal Solo ....... Francis Schubert Kaaay "Qualities In a Boy Ne , cessar to Success as a Man". . .. ; Vernon Williams Piano Solo Mural Beauchamp Essay The Work of a Librarian . . Nina Evans "Mark Twain on Spelling" Sylvia .Ferguson Duet "Whispering Hope" 'Thelma Phllippl and Thelma Hopn Reading of the "Tellow Jacket"... Editor Ethel Hodgen Song Star Spangled Banner.. School The O. S. Reaves family and his brother and family, who. have been living on the Phillips place for the Past year moved Monday to their old home over across the state line. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and family will oc cupy their old home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Weathers were dinner meets Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. p. E. Bimonda. . 1 Fred Comstock and family moved Tuesday Serosa the mountains to Pine Taller. Next Sunday Is Rally Day at the L'maplne Presbyterian church. The morning service will commence at 10:30 o'clock and will be In the na ture of a pat riot la service. Big Auction Sale Held. The auction sale hold by O. S. Reaves on last Thursday was largely attended and exceptionally good prices were obtained. The dairy sows were of good quality and there were nineteen In the herd averaging $76.60 each. These cows were all tested during the year In the Walla Walla Cow Testing Association and were sold on their merits. The rec ords of each cow being given by the Clerk. The top price paid being J 96. " Hogs brought fancy prices, on - brood sow with eight pigs brought 396, while 160 pound shoats brought from 3-6.50 to 330. About 60 tons of hay was sold at 14.50 and 315. Cronp. If your children are subject to croup get a bottle of Chamberlain'1 Cough Remedy, and when the attack somes oa be careful to follow the plain printed directions. You will be surprised at the quick relief which It affords. Adv. irnn MATinx mokpitai k WILL UK KSTAH1 ISHKn THKOIXIHOUT COl'NTKY CHICAGO. Oct. H. Reclamation hospitals will be established throuah ffut the country to care for the des perately wounded from Europe. The wounded men will be taught new In Wellies and occupations. enabling them to make a living. The hospit als will be located In New York. Bos tea snd Washington. Contracts will fee signed Immediately for the bundle. J. C PENNEY CO., INC. GOLDEN Everything to Wear. PEOPLES THEATRE Motion STEPHENS & HASSELL BOND AUTO CO. Tires and Auto Accessories, GROVE'S MOTION PICTURE HOUSE, PILOT ROCK LUMBER CO. Lumber, Lime, Plaster, Hooring. Paints and all Ruildliig Materials. ; PILOT ROCK, ORE. PILOT ROCK MERCANTILE CO. ! ! " Groceries, Dry Goods. Notions. Men's Wear. PILOT ROCK. ORE. ECHO MERCANTILE CO. Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Heating and Plumbing. . " " "" ' " ECHO, ORE. GEORGE-MILLER CO. Groceries. Dry Goods. Ftirnlshinirs. Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, l.ranlleware, Qiiivnnare and STAR THEATRE, Motion INLAND EMPIRE LUMBER CO. Wood, Coal, I. line. Plaster, cement. Posts. Roofing, Sash. Doors, Brick and All Kinds of Itiiililing PEOPLES THEATRE Motion STANFIELD MERCANTILE CO. ' Cirocerlcs. I-ry fioods, ott(ns, General Icrchnndfe, STANFIELD, ORE: CHAS. HOGGARD, .roccri!-, lry C.onds. f.onernl Mcrcliondlw. ' T"T - ... - - STANFIELD. ORE. HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF STANFIELD Lumber, Uiiililluu Materials, llanlwurc. Paints and Feed. STANFIELD, ORE. ALEXANDER DEPARTMENT STORE tJroceries. Clutliing, Hats, Shoes. Kte. ":rrr, ; - penpletqn, ore. BLEWETT HARVESTER CO. Itlewett Combined Harvester. DOWNEY'S MARKET We will bny all your Reef, Veal, GEO. C. BAER & CO. INSIST ON PENDLETON BRAND BUTTER Get It Through Your Tocal calcrt PENDLETON CREAMERY. J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. PENDLETON, ORE. . GOLDEN. RCLE STORE ... .Everything to Wear . AVe Lead, Others Follow. JOE ROSE Finest of Tailoring, Man; Patterns to Select From, PENDLETON, ORE. McCOOK & BENTLEY Farm McCLINTOCK & SIMPSON Farm OREGON LUMBER YARD Building Material of All Kinds. - PENDLETON, ORE. OREGON MOTOR GARAGE Auto Accessories. Bnlck and Hud-vm Cars. PENDLETON, ORE. PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. Always At PASTIME, ALTA, COSY AND ARCADE THEATRES Moving PR-turns and Vaudeville. PENDLETON, ORE. PENDLETON CYCLE CO. Iiicycle and Auto Accessories PENDLETON, ORE. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE. Pendleton's Greatest Ix-partment Store. Where It Pays To Trade. PENDLETON, ORE. WARREN'S MUSIC HOUSE Pianos. Players, Musical Instruments, Edison and Victor Talking Machines. PENDLETON, ORE. W. I. GADWA Harness, Saddles, Auto Tops and I pholslerlne. PENDLETON, ORE. INLAND EMPIRE LUMBER CO. liuilding Material of All Hinds, Also Wood alid Coal. HERMISTON, ORE. CITY MEAT MARKET Salted and Cured Meats, Lard, I1h In season; Fruits and Vegetables HERMISTON, ORE. HERMISTON MOTION PICTURE HOUSE Motion Picture. HERMISTON, ORE. RCLE STORE, We Lead, Others Follow ATHENA, ORK. ATHENA, ORE. Pictures, Groceries, ATHENA, ORE. Ford, Oakland and Chevrolet Aftency. PILOT ROCK, ORE. PILOT ROCK, ORE. Notions. ECHO. ORE. ECHO, ORE. Pictures Material. STANFIELD, ORE. STANFIELD, ORE. Plctnre, PENDLETON, ORE. Two Phones 188 and 187 Mutton, Chickens: call us up. Hardware, PENDLETON, ORE. Implements, PENDLETON, ORE. Implements, PENDLETON, ORE. Your Service. PENDLETON, ORE. et's OUR Community's money belongs to us. It should be used for the improvement of our own town and for the good of our country. Are we allowing it to leak away? And are we doing anything to discover the leaks? Can't we put home trade to work? There is a workman who can stop the leaks. The tool he uses is mutual pat ronage. We farmers and merchants should get together as masters and use this power ful agent to stop the leak that is fast drain ing the resources of this town and country. It takes Co-operation. That's all. ' "WMMONITV'S Mt I O MX$ fffdt Stop That Leak These concerns are aiding the development of Umatilla county their interests are. your interests ft ii 'A " r,i i iff i -. 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