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, X x ' TWELVE PAGER PAGE SIX DAILY EAST OREGON I AN, PENPI ETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1017. East.feCOeAonianl "Strafe Your FORD Troubles buy your supplies here. Agency for Goodrich & Goodyear TIRES Ford Oils ' Ford Accessories Ford Repairs Ford Parts Ford Storage. hVFmsI-y AN IMlKITvni'VT NEWSPAPER I'uhllcbei LHilty and SomlNHkly at I'eo- fllfim. lt-g..li. Iif lit.' kast iiii:ioMAN i riiusiiixo ro. BCKSeKIPTION 11ATKS ( 1 AliVANfK) I 'Ml?. onptyonr. Iiy wall - $,1.00 I a 1 1 y , nix months Ity mall 2.5U lnU.r. lljree cuouliui Iiy lllall l.-'i Onlly, f,t,u moulti, t,y mall - ..V ; lwlly. me Jrdr Ity ,arriT 7.00- 1'itJ.y, six Hmmliv, by i-arriiT ... a. To lifiliy, then- m.iuili. liy (Mrrl,'r l.fi liilllv. unc rnniiIU, by iiiriiri- ..',. S,'ini pvKly, Nin Ti-ur, ti mail l.Ifci, Sunl-v ,Hkiy. tii.Hitlis. by until M .75, MMiil AYrkly, "luur uiuiittia, hy mnll...... .60. Kotr1 at 1 1 (Kwtof n-i at ivmlleton. Uraguo, aa -nil--)iiii inuil niatter. VttvfbMNt ...... .............................. 1 O.N SAI.K IS OTIIIIlt ITI1.H latlxrtal M.rlrl Nw Mand, IMrnnnd. fttalhuiaa Numtm . J '01 1 i ud. Orcifoa. ON ril.fi AT i'M'-vr" Hiireau, liny Hi-, nrtly PulldlBff - Uanliiityiiui, l. Uurwau tul Ko'.;r tetulli Bum, X. W. Mr y) 'v ill "0 ' - 'Wi I $11 IJf i Ji ""I I : i 'i.:f jf . I if.' .11 ST TlUMTIIi. I httve luttntl utit !i ji if t fur tttv fair A niait,T quite dil'IVrrnt nnw. Since orchids shf's Vi'tvcd to foreswear Ami roses she will not allow: 3-ate suppers no lont:cr she'll taste: And lookp stt my camly nkanet -Ami says we must minimize wjtste. J-'or the sake of the soltliors in France. 4 N'ptr music IM send hy the ream. Jiest sellers should never es- cape her: Hut T know niy devotions she'd tloem A non-conservation ol' paper! So I've joined the prevailing tti- lift "With zeal patriotic and fond: She cannot find fault with niv Rift. ! For I've hnttsht her a liberty r.on.l. l.ite. on a basis of allied victory. The Huns have a hold on Russia through the bolsheviki and the treacherous Lenine-Trotsky re gime. There are signs they plot to restore a Russian mon archy under Teuton auspices. Such a proceeding would have the gravest chances of evil. With Russia's manpower and vast resources subject to the control of Germany the world would face a problem indeed. The democratic nations would be hard pressed to stand against such a power and that such a power, if it had a chance would be aggressive and ruth less, may be taken for granted. World safety calls for checking the evil now and checking it with a thoroughness that will insure against future dangers. An inconclusive war would be just what Germany wants. CHECK THEM UP. MARyPlCKPOKDll The Little PnncewV a AN ARTCEAPT PICTUCt SAVE YOUR EYES If you knit for the soldier hins'ynu .Ml'KT ii vi-: ;)D i:m-: sk.iit. AST1MK SI Nil Y .M .MONDAY. A MENACE OF THE FUTURE ff! HERE are features in connection with the Russian situation that makes it more imperative than ever that German militarism be crushed and peace established COMPLAINTS are tteing made here that some citizens of German birth or of German sympathies have in the past refused to unite with the Ri'd Cross or contribute Mtything towards aiding the ac tivities of that organization. The coming drive for 7500 members in the county will af ford a splendid opportunity to irot a close check on such peo ple. To this end all Red Cross workers are asked to record the specific reasons, if 'ascertain able, why anyonn refuses to : ign up. It will be valuable to Always Have PERUNA Pl Mrs. r.. A. T'.ttterPoti. IMS Kmturky Rt., Memphis. Tennessee, writes: ' "I have hppn a friend of Peruna for many years. I have used it oil and on for catarrhal complaints and found It a very excellent remedy. T bav a small family of children. Times are hard with us, but I can ecarcely afford to do without Peru na. especially during the season of the year when coughs and colds are prevalent. AVo always recom mend IV-ruoa to our neighbors, lor the benefit it bas been to us." , For Coughs and Colds in the Home. Recommend It to Our Neighbors. 3 i 0 1 Thoso who object to liquid medi cines can procure Peruna Tablets. have such information, for more reasons than one. If there are people here who do I not sympathize with the Unit led States in the war. it is time to know it. Sometimes such 'people are dangerous, some times they are not. It is hard ;to tell and it will pay to keep a , close tab on those who though well able to afford it re ifuse to help the Red Cross. Their actions indicate disloy alty or else lack of knowledge as to the reasonable duties of citizenship. They should be won over if possible and if they remain impervious to reason 'they should be kept under sur jveillance during the war. i Milton farmers are planning to own ami operate a flour mill in that city. There is no reason why farmer ownership of such a mill should not succeed, but ithe operation of such a plant calls tor trained ability, in any business, farming included, the personal equation is highly im portant. Many experienced men place managerial abilit. ahead of almost everything and the lack of such ability is the rock on which most cooperative i ventures go to wreck. The United States has two million men under arms, ac cording to the report of Secre- 'tary of War Raker; they may j all be needed and many mil lions more beside before the j war is finished, j i Seattle's council has voted inot to impeach Hi Gill; the Se lattle spirit is not one of undue I Puritanism. 1 While the east is in the grip ;of winter, the northwest is en-; joying the balmy spring. climate of If your t tired while rettdintA slitehes or together. es heoolne knttttntf ttr ttttil the print run tiu nitty SIMPSON MO COMPANY 28 YEARS AGO Krinit the I'ttilv Kttsi t irei:ttni;in fee. IT, I XX!)) Marriet! tit I'entllettill. ttreu'.'tt 1 lee. ir. 1SS!) tit the resilience it' the hlitle.urntuit's fitrents. V. Nye llJl'l .Miss -Nettie M . Itohliil'S. Knr 1 hi benefit nl' the it it in it iti teii it may iui necessary ti say that W. V. Nye is nitne other than Dieh a nickname that has stuck to him as l'a it ht'ii My as. a postage stamp ami Hy which is known as ;m imlnstrioMS ji.inil nat ures young' man. The Ikiwiti t miittees hint' been 'elected Tor the ilancimv club. lie cel'tion. A. AS. X'e and .1. P. ltttshee j flour: K. M. Turner. I.ee fnlii'li. Al Miert Wurtzweiler. anil I.. Knidder: in lvit:il(iMls ". I'. l.alltrop. I'. i:. I l!i ..si-velr; iimiKi'iln tits. .1. M. l.ee ! zi r, .1. A. Ilowtuil: I'intipce. t'lal'l: iwooll: prolaai, .1. II. Parks. II. 1.. j llcxicr. i I r. K. P. Hetlllie left Stlllilay fof I'lirtlaml. 'I hi- ilociots ll ii tnls will lie 'ilad hi Pain that he will no lon- i a-r' in.i ke lit'i 's Journey ami taste it j. ,M laee its sorrow, dami-r and ii-Mltl.l.. alone. Ant henlie report halli i! tlial lie will he married ml the 1 ill ll to tin- milliliter ol r. S. Marshall . Mayers and will make his homo in j l i l:dlei'ti w ith his lit ide. : . .Vliss A. I', ('leteher. ll Illy lady . special indiatt :i-'ent In the service. was in Hie city for a short time Sut j itftlay mi her way In Washimtton. i i'wsv i " ivxii'.io-nc. i:i:i ii,.ssi:s. ' Therefore it is liK.M.- i.y a i'atiuoi'ic 1)1' tv to swk voi i! i:vi:s now. We tire in a position to offer yon the IIKST MODKHN llptical Ser- ice. Optical Department ROYAL M. SAWTELLE Jeweler : Pendleton, Oregon . I I MIII K IMU'STCV To Alllll'l' 8 HOI K LAW ; W.S1!I;TIN. Dec. II. In re 1 porting to rresidetn Wilson (ho vol untary adoption of the eiult hour tlav after January 1. hy the Western I'ine ttssociat ion. Secretary Wilson ol the president's special Ineditu ion commission, said this action tnakees the commission confident that lite' "lumber industry in the nort liwesl in iln entirety will soon adopt ti- policy; which wil Hie a uni-pie conl film t ion toward the effective execution of tilt'! war program." Timi lilnni Men l:nli-t. .Mllf'tN. iir., I 11. - Army and navy recruiting in Milton took on u '.sudden impel us this week, seven melt. ': enlistim in the navy In a. siimle day.1 'The new recruits, wtlo left lor Pnrl hand yesterday, are V. I". Could.. U'harles Warl'inld. Harry If. Morris.1 j liny K. Ittitlstewater. Neil W. Best j Cecil rlcynulds and OeorKe Maestret-I tl. I I., .lohnson and A. ('. Cor- I ici.rftn have this evening for I'ortkindJ to enlist In the army. II Johnson and Water Sts. Phone 408 lllllilllllllllllllillllllillllillllillllilllllllll Ahtliini Jiml I'lliieim-nilimU'S llnsv III W tir S'l-vici. . i .'K' yi 1 1 ; K. H.-e. 1 I . Itetw rcn Jiinii and r.oiu uiiderpraduales and alumni ami ahoilt 1 Ml members of til" inec'ity of the I'uiversity of l'emisyl vania'ate actively performim.' war si rvice for the I'niled States. Dr. Ar thur Holison guiim. dean of the unt yirsity. told an assem hlatre of tiliini ni iiere last niitht. HURCH ES A HALLNfARK SPECIAL DIAMOND RINGS at Prices Surprisingly Low Xotliinc: but the liost of its Icind is ever knowingly admitted to this store. When v.o announce a conces sion in price it nie.ins on the same excellent quality you always expect. We and hundreds of other Hallmark Store combined and imixirted direct an enormous lot of selected diamond of good quality and mounted them in solid fo!i! rinps. To appreciate just how this co-operative Hallmark Stort; huyinc' pives your dollar extra pur cliastiipf power, you have only to see these Diamond Kins at their excep tionally low prices. Measured hy value elsewhere even in hip New York stores experU' will know that, as priced hy us. part of these diamonds cost you nothing. Jicttcr come early, as these rinrjs are sure to p;o fast. Diamonds, you know, are inclined to increase in value and are therefore considered a good investment. flf .A48 ift.OO C'J ASO 42000 fx A 55 300( W Abl 35.00 8, Royal M. Savvtellc l.ll'.ICUTV llo.VIV ACCKITKl) swjr u .- vi 1 r sra - MPS. . Diamoncl Jiinps $5.50 up Dianiond Necklaces $5 up. Diamond Ear Kin;s $10 up. Diamoinl P.i-ooclies, $7 up. Diamonds sold on easy terms. See our line of IJracelel Watches that are different. SI 7 Main Street THE PRESENT YOU MAKE "HER" SHOULD EXPRESS YOUR ESTEEM, BE A COMPLIMENT TO HER CHARACTER AND AS LASTING AS YOUR FRIEN DSHIP. Gifts of Refinement PLAY E R PHON ES $50.00 to $150.00 Plav any , record. Ask for demonstration. Mantel ( locks Umbrellas Japanese Ptf (er.v Candle SlicK Fountain Pens Jewelry of every de scription at moder ate prices iff film Telephone IVl'M IIP 111 Genuine Parisian Ivory at reasonable prices. Myrtle Wood Gift Suff eslions, grown ami made in Oregon. Ifaukes Gul (.lass pieces. Seveial new lines of Sil ver Tablew;ue and hollowware. I'riv-ih.t uriuii hiircli. Sunday srvLe-fs: T"inorrow lr. K. nnson will occupy t ho Irtsh u-riait pulpit both ni'niiiuy iiihI eveninu.-t. This v ill In- In-. Kenson's last itr i-e ! ir t h- chi in-h ;is llov. Snyder, the l;irftt r, will ri-t'irn from ("amp Lewis, and In on the ground I'j- scrvict- It-c. -'!nl. 'I' hi- Iluni' fur lh i noriiin d isVtnir.sc will lie Christ a St roir-r t 'lmnuMer He fs Chi.-f Am-iu T.-it-t hniisn lids. In the evening I lie theim will t". f'!ie ! ivinetiess of Service. He went al tnit df)iny: ;;ood. I,;ist Sunday the ( hmch contrilmted litieraily to t hr A mTic;in Hihlo Society for Uibles for the hoys ;it the front and in the cani:-s The S. S. is rnakinu ;i larye oontrihn t if: ri t" the , m ericjni i I"iie;' Coinmil-tee. hir '-'linilay School i niwiri find solicits y t ion. A new depni ti.ient d" the S. "i ;ife Kofi, has been inn ununited under l he ni:i n;i neni pii t of Mis. I.;ini'. , A 11 parents wit h c hildren below I h" S. S. (Ce are requested to have them enrolled n t his depart men t. Our . I-;, is a vigorous orKfiiiizntioi.' and ii invites all yoiintf people to c-o-oper.'ite bitih in its Itentfits ;ind in Its (p port unit ies. The new Inlet me d ia ( Kndcu vor hfid I hirty members present last Snmhiy aftertrooti. I Mi if) I act I vi eoopeia the 17m. Hanscom, 7 tnl-.ri.ui. 'J'be services at tin- 'hi ist ia n eltnr. h Sunday. I ee. Hdh. w ill be ;is I'rdlow s: I a a. in.. t he chim-h school is in se.-ion for out hour. I.-; very body made welcome. I "rcjieh iny," attd eomuniiiion at It a. in. Ser mon subject, "The Supply for tiood i U'urlis." I'teaehii! at p. ' hi. Sermon. "Wh.ii We ('mi .Vol Uo to Attain Oirisiian l'rnly.T t'. K. meets at ; : '.'.K i 'onn-. 1 i atlmlir i liureh ! Third Sunday or Advent: Alas's a: C, s a nd In o'eloel,-, Sunday sehood i nf i' p.. m.. even inn service tii 7 : Tdt. ; VVediie.d:iy. l-'ridav and Saturday ol this Week are Kmlicr I lays. Itapii i liim-li I'vaiiueliM Marshall will tfvo a pre- , bide loni -hi on ' Why I Am What I Am." The sermon will be " 'ruieher , and t a ne." Sumlay will be a very 1 hry day ai tiie 1 Ui pl i.-t fiiureh. Mr Mar: hall will prea. h at the l'.ihr yeh'.ol al Pi o'clock, at 11 o'clock, at , L'.:pl. ',;'.'. and T:.'f". In the after noon at 1' : -PI he will recat the liihle Minlv n 1 'ropheey and Tin w oi Id W:tr. So litany re'in-sis have conn "for the ttndv to be repeated that H ll;.s been I houi:hl best to comply. Kr in;r our pencil and paper as on will waut to lake notes. The meet ings will coniiiiue all next week. If He Smote Give Him Pipe Cigarette Case Cigarette Holder Cifrar Holder Tobacco Pouch We have a complete line of .Xinas Cigars, Oiarettes and smokers articles. Also a nice line of Xmas Mox CJandy. THE CHARLES CO. 715 Main St. Phono 7 : feisir , . Ml . . I j i i i j i snm?- If .J 7Z2 f,?."m-t ji m n I