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: ? r ( TEN PAGES DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. FENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1.1, 1917. PAGE SEVEN SOCIALand PERSONA L ml , Mr. and Mnt, A. Zotiske were the recipients of a pleasant surprise by their daughters, the occasion beli.i their 4ith wedding anniversary. The. table laden wllh good thins ud beautifully decorated In yellow and lavender chrysanthemums wm en-tircU-d by .twelve, Including Mr. and M rw. A. Zeuske. Mr and Mm T. wn, Mr. and M rs, Frank Krnwn. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown. Mrs. I. X, 8tneff,' Mrs. H. Struv. Harvey Brown and Huns 8t ruve. Several beaut i f u 1 irUts were received by Mr. and Mrs. John McXamo of Heppnor Is at the Howman. . I. H. Ash ha ugh Wat up yesterday irom his home at Kt-hu. " Ii. F. Wiwlesworih, Koho stockman. : l a l-'endlctun visitor.' ' - harles I May of Weston Is "here l-anted hy V. U ririggs and W. W. Hayter uf Starkey. Miw Ethel Ooeke of this city and Mr. Alfred Frans of Pendleton wore; married yesterday afternoon at 1:30; o clock at the home of John Mctsiiire m. toe. Ankeny road. iiev. o. 11., today unloading a ear of notittoeM Holme uerformed vmcn ne aoia to uruy firus. A..W. Kol.liu.on of Spokano.. fathel of Mrs. Hugh Stanfli'M of IX-ho. was aj the Prmik-um . yesterday. A. J. Sullivan. iiostinaJner atStar Kry and formerly u well known rancher of the Weston district; is a visitor in I'ei.iileton. He is acconi- I he presence of a large number of; rriemla and relatives. Follovins tin, ' ! ceremony un elaborate wedding din- ; ner was served. The bride wore an nitractive sown or dark blue silk. Mr, I and Mrs. Frani left for California'1 v. here they will spend some time vis-1 Itinsr, later going; east for a visit In Pennsylvania and New York. Walla ! , Walla I'nion. , The Inspiration Vluli will meet to morrow afternoon- with Mr. Frank Grcullch at her home, 712 Coshie street. ..... ' , The t-aliu' Aid SUwiMy of. the' I retfbyterian cHurch will uicet tumor-j row afternoon at the church at 2:30; o clock. ' The first aid class of the Girls .Na tional Honor Guard will t.ieet tonight at T:3 o'clock in the Federal builit Bilf. ' , " ' " "' SCENE OF RECENT FIGHTING OF MAXIMALISTS Mr. and Jim. t S. Cde. 712 Lll-' lth .street, were hows last evenMij; at ' a auruptuously . apiHaimed. dinner. Chrysamheimim and ferns adorned . table and room. Seateji about the ; artistic hoard were Mr. and Mrs. : 'harle Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sny- derMr. and Mrs. Chart s Ulumhers and the hotta. .. . i Mr. and Mrs, Win? i-4d Cox. who I have been making theirhome In Pen- : diet on for the past year and a half ar leaving soon for Arkansas, their ' fc-rnier hometo remain permanent- , The M. E. lHdies' Aid Society wilS meet " WednewJay afternoon at 2:S o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. I Stockman, 612 Garfield. r hiti Myrick i tn from his home at Helix. 1 Ernest E. Hyland of Kuene in a Pendleton visitor. Mrs, C. K. Funk and daughter and (Jilbert Kunk of Enterprise are. reg litered at the St. tleorge. E. A. Flaquet and family and F. B Ivmlne and family, comprising Walla Walla, motoring party, spent lust night at the Golden ftute. Charles Howard of Chelan h hert visitiny his winter and Is accompanied hy his artner in the placer mining business. M. G. Boyd of Spokane. G. n. Scott, publisher of the Coeur d'Alene Evening1 Press and formerly hi the newspaper game at La Grande, was a visitor here for a short time this morning. wvii i fit i HOME CANNED FOOD SAFE IF PRODUCTS PROPERLY PREPARED SELF DEFENSE EFEAT BACKACHE AHO KIDNEY TROUBLE WITH ANURH3. Manv pile In thi wnmi have ,':'",' a .i-..,.,...o .wl kuiwv ('irecth nmHN h! fcv huiiKt Aimric to bo tli? most sutvful reinody Uk overt-ome these painful and (iainerous ailmenli. The lurkv peole are tl-oe who liave. wiflered. I ait win, arc now well Iwailsi; liejr beeJcd Nutnn 's warning j'iiual in time to correi-t their troubU' with tint wonderful new discovery of lr. Tierces called An-u-ric. Von shuiiW ironipiiy need tlifte wrnin?s. s.m. of which are diwv -ills. iHicka'he. irretfiiiarity of the urine or the painful twing. of rln-tima-ti!ni. sciatica or lumbago. To delay may nike aiiile the. uausrerous forms of kiriiMty such as liriulit's disease, diabetes or s.tone in the bladder. To overcome thnm di'tressin? condi tion vmi should tiike plenty tif ovetvise iu tlw'on air. avoid a heavy meat dirt, drink freely of waM-r and at each meal take Dr. Pierre' A nitric Tablets i double atreiistjj I. You will, in a hort time, lind that von are one of tlie firm fndorers of An-u-ric. as are many of your neigJilwr. Send Ir. V. M. I'ien. Uuftak), K. Y., 1U wnU fur trial package. cn v . mr - T w: troubled eettinz tin at nnrht for two yearn. -Kimilly I tta i a trip P. Florida, and w hile there I iwit to lr. Iieree for some Aiiuric T:ibieis .. .ifll.r. uorlh of tlie tfolden lli.tl.-.! rtixcoverv Tableps. I ukH, Ibem i .... lOm'iul nj.il live iM.t Imvii troubKtl wlili mv water for some tim. I have. Iwii w. ll nmv hie months. 1 UiinU the i Anmic Ta'.lcts are all . K." W. J.; Vr.litnirti Vet. Home. . I IiBTI.XI. Ol'HIOV.-" lioctor Pfcrre'B Amiric Ta Wets ipive me rreat relief after eiilhi real.. (; siitininc Willi krrlnejr InniMii aou Jn.o.y of timh wl f; et . Aimric if r .iiiilv MBit J- CAS" KKU. 41" S!pii"ils NnA ,, ImcPir I'ier.-eV 1'i-lld.- are the original tiuhi Uer Till. ' IHtU- f'eib-t fur a laxative tun- for a canirlic. tvlu by imsiji-ts for ueri? M jcar.s WASHINGTON. -Vov. 1 3. The United States department of agricul ture today issued the following state ment prepared by the bacteriologists of its bureau of chemistry and the states relations service: "There is no danger that the type of food poisoning known as '"Ilotiil ism' will result from eating fruits or vegetables which have been can ned hy, tny of the methods recom mended by the t'nited States depart ment of agriculture, provided such ins have been followed care fully, ft is piwsible that in a nnni I'er of instances the directions wen net strictly followed and that spoil age has occurred. 4 kf course. ex treme care should be taken to ascer tain before eating canned goods of any kind whether they are in Rood condition, and if they have spoiled they shouki nwt be consumed. "In case of any doubt as to whether the contents oC a particular I I -5 . ;1 'f .'-T J jj ! "Mm ! CP :n ? iniiiijiiiM i i ii nr.- an have spoiled, the safeat plan & U throw it away, although all danger of l;oiulism may be avoided by boil insj the contents of the can for a few minutes, since the bacillus botullnus and the toxin or poison which it pro duces are killed by such treatment No capned food of any kind which vhows any signs of Hpoilae should ever lie eaten. In th'e cold pacK method of canning given out by the department of apiculture, only lres:h vegetables are recommended for canning, and sterilization is ac complished by the following pro- 1 cesses: cleansing. blanching. cold dipping, packing in clean, hot jars, aoding boiling water, sealing immedi ately, and then wterillatng the sealed jors at ji minimum temperature of ml 1 J dt-;.:recs Fahrenheit for one to l""ur hours, according to the charac ter of the material. ISince the spores of :. huti. tin us are killed by heating for one hour at 175 degrees-Fahrenheit (according to Jordan's "I iaeter lolngy'" and other recognized toxt buoks ( there is no reason to believe that the bolultnus organism will sur vive such treatment. ' SOME STIFF PROBLEMS' FOR FRUITMEN TO SOLVE .' i '.','-,CI'1 oIMPORTED W DOMESTIC :J4gpT2&S tobaccos jjienaecL ETTESi i ! ,3 .t i i r It. f. . A new combination- y " mild, yet they "Satisfy"! Yes, this new cigarette is more than just good -tasting, k delivers a new and important thing to smoksrs Chesterfields "reach home," they let you know you are tmoking they "Satisfy"! .Yet, they're mild! . Don't be surprised the new blend of Imported and Domestic tobaccos does it And the blend can't be copied. Let Chesterfields give you new cigarette enjoyment. ffAJttyvtt Sitam Ox f ruUVALUS, Xv. 13. Why, some : apple orchards 6 to H years old have no crop while others In the Maine lo t ality, of the anie age a nd on the ame soil, are heavily loaded? Why some varieties tend to have a crop every year n hile others do not ? , Have yoit, ever tried open pruning, and do you know when and how to do it? : Can you tell when a tree is etart- . - - Jng into a decline? dustry .lends importance to the an- Uo yoy know bow oin your trees nouncement. While for the moment will cease benring well unless you the cut applies only to Chicago and change your methods? auburbs the prices eventually will Do you know the best way to put erve asthe standard for the whole a rundown prune orchard on its feet? country. . , Do you know how to gain a year fhe prices of lard will b annoniic In the body-building of your young ed in a day-or two. and In -a week all Wrapped in Tin Foil keeps them Fresh 'medium grades at -Id 1-2 to 1-2 cents. Chicago has been paying the butcher from 5 to (!o cents a pound for bes bacon, sliced. Enid Bennett in Triang! Play,,'Hap- I'a.tiine Today. QUALITY DENTISTRY Dr. F: l IN DENTIST. Rooms 3 and 4, Belts Bidg. Telephone 23. Costs Less and Kills That Cold CASCARA QUININE xr( es and bring them iitt bear in: year earlier? How long will your fruit spurt con tinue t'j, bear? If you want to learn the answers to these and other big questions of VifcceHsful orcharding come to the . A. .. pruning school, December Hi to 1... H. A. VlcI:Ts has been apiointed !::dKtant to the director of the x t n.-don service at . A. He wun formerly secretary of the service.! w bir h plat-Hi has been filled by the I :f Ppoint oient or Mrs. Aiaryfirt F. ''"I;, of the (diversity of Idaho ex-; tension staff. The wrandard cold care for 20 year to tablet f'rrm .jle, sure, no oprnteg - cure ccH in ?4 hours -jnp in 3 day. M'livy back if t. f.iij. Gr the genuine bo -irS Red t'p nd Mr. Hiil'a pt -fire rn it. CaJte tens, ftrvc WW- A At A..J- IK tig Sitr 'in time of peace trepare for war," ((Ootid the yMing man who had Just Plundered a let of his hard-earned in on an engagement ring. standard cuts of pork, beef and mut tons will be on the list. ' The ham and bacon prices are fur ! the whole piece. For the best ham a : fair price from the wholesaler to the retailer is set at 3ft to Ji. . eenu" a pound, while a fair price to consumer. Is placed at 32 to 2ft cents, the lower, price being for cash and carry home, ; th higher for charged and delivered. 1 The- consumer should pay for mdi- j um grades of ham 30 to 34 cents. The ; price Hs-t places the best bacon at A' to 49 1- cents to the consumer, and saving ttewieat is fiiii when, a feller POST canhave Get a Can TO-DAY From Yonr Hardware or Grocery Dealer KI.ASII It f l ll I'ltK IS. i llliiKiiM 'mkI Adinltii'! ration 1-1 xe j CoM to I 'oiimiiihtm. j ''IIICAOii, Nov. i:i. l'iice of ham, and bacon to the consumer were cot T to t cent by the Illinois food nd-j oiiltistratioo tofl;i. The go eMtnifiit 's J com pb te cntrol of the packing in- T0AST1ES (Mads of Corn) irSi FLAPJACKS Ask your, grocer for III-V" i)K.sti:i-s m-.i.t' itisiG I".STItV" I'lJl IS. It will -also make better Bis' cults. Waffles, Cukes and save you money because you will need fan eare and shortening a nd " No llokiut; INmder. ' WE SELL AND RECOMMEND A complete line carried in stock. ARE YdU ' GOING TO PAPER OR PAINT? Z. .? We are in a position to-ive you. ' 1 . ' v PROr4PT SERVICE COMPETENT MECHANICS An all new stock to'select from in' the latest designs of wall paper and fresh full .strength best quality paints. Oluo Frdht Poihf HALE & HASCALL Main Street,' Corner of Court. Sforo Telephone 660