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EIGHT PAGES PATLY EAST ORBOOM AN, FRNDLKTON. OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1918. UMAPiNE CREAMERY CO. DIRECTORS MEET in mm:ss hiou x to bi: ix wn' ' f.lUH: 2 FI'H tT !- iii:m i'U i,r.n. (Hhrr w ami Sax-MI ocs .'lt liWerf-l on a.alhrml l tttf -J mtiwian t orrc-immlcul. &Kyn Tie Greatest (Value-Giuing fftf D daOGU JANUARY WHITE SALE -mSg SPECIAL NOTICE Our women's wear buyer leaves for New York City this evening. While in New , York he will be glad to per form any errand or commis sion for any oi our custo mers, that they may wish. Kindly make your wishes known to the Women's Wear Dept. and they'll be care fully attended to. EVER HELD IN PENDLETON. "MANY MONTHS OF PREPARATION, EARLY PURCHASES, AND LARGE QUANTITIES, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS WE'VE EVER OFFERED AT ANY WHITE SALE. Like a magnet, this sale has drawn multitudes of thrifty women to this big "arena of ha i gains." No prudent woman with a keen eye for economy can possibly afford to overlook taking advantage of the wonderful money saving opportunities offered during" this sale. In justice to your pocket visit this sale tomorrow and partake freely of these extraordinary bargains. DONT DELAY, FIRST CHOICE IS ALWAYS BEST, AND THE SALE CLOSES NEXT THURSDAY, JANUARY 31ST. " 17 : THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE I I'ast Oleoltiil Stcl.il. .1 .MAI'INE. .Tan. 24. The annual nitiii of Ui" melntient f the Intui tion Itay Co-operative Ocainerv com pany was held in the Cranio hull Monday. H. II. Hoonc. county iiri c.iltural agent of Walla Walla county adUrcscctl the ineliilwra aiwl putruna at 19.30 a. m. on t'o-uH-ration mid Iuirinir. pointing out the alvunlass of co-oprralion when properly man need which was nRHh enjoyed hy those present. At noun all present sat down to a fine liannuct nerved hy the tadxau At 1:00 1". m. tho busincJia Mission was called to order by Presi dent Win. P. I.each, routine business was traasueied after which Secretary Treasurer It. iZ. llean aubmitted tho annual report for tho past year show w.s. that the creamery had a moat suc tessfnl year. There was ! 02,308 pounds of butter fat delivered and HS.Cit pounds of butter made. Tho avcrase price paid to members and patrons for tho year waa 43.2 cents Ier pound for butter fat which waa ui increase of 13.1 cents over that paid during the year 1SI0. During the past year the directors paid off un in del'tednera of ISM'i and have Just pur chased a new auto truck paying cash for fame and have declared a dividend of Cti per cent to nil members which will bo ready for distribution about February 1st. Three directors were elected. D. O. Saunders and Wm. I1.' l-cach being reelected and Wm. M. Itecnrds takes tho place of H. T. Tor- kclscn whose term expired and has WILLYS-KfilGHT I'l-i ffi iiiaiu e hart proven ' Ilia KillKllI alldlliK sICcvw valve motor Mip'ilor In all ullier j ."-'iiperl-ir In power, In fletlbil II v. in oiiletiicaii. In Nltnpllelly, III freedom from cm boil trnublcs. A nil 1 1 in only motor that Im proves. Instead tit deterloratea Willi UNO.. . That ia why it Is Important I hut you should know Hio ad vantage of the KiiiKhl Motor. James L. Elam 1 1 ,f . v s-o v i :i t f ,. m Miroit cm ii:.i.r. 729 Johnson fit. Phono H Pendleton, Ore. Mr. and Mm W'. VV. Phillppi. Miss Florence Phillppi, and Mr. and Mrs. ciuy C. TounK. Miss Daphne. Witherlto R-avu a birth day dinner In honor of her mother's Irirthilny, Mis. V. If. TVIthorlto on Tuesday evening. Mr. uud Mrs. K la Mt-Dunlel were guests. AMERICAN WOMEN IN INDUSTRIAL WAR WORK NOW NUMBER OVER MILLION AND A QUARTER Thre are appruxunatrly l.-66.'fii ur rnF in tlw I iii tod Hiatus riinc-1 in in1iie(rtal murk hlrh U either dl rV'Tly cr liirf. redly nccarf lo ar ry on the war, according In an i lavrl on wirvry inado In 13 ;" t frr til- Natloual Iasue of tmon HrvJcr hy Mli .Marie J.. 1 , ;f-naacr w ft ti t li hu nzi ton and a stalle of th do part men of L-ibor. "Th-c miUkn and mor women." 'riid MIm OlMnaurr. "are fn lh front rntc of th induMrial army of dc ; -nR4. Thep arn tlio .mportanl w- I3afwJ On Cost Tcr Tablet It Saves sVz CASCARA QUININE mtvmncB ta price far thw 7 fwr- eM remedy 33k for 24 UMctttSotne 4toM ttlet nam 3 Or for 21 tablet Ptfufe4 on proaportionate coat per tablet, wvu vc 9 when you bvy a Hill'e Cure CoM la 24 hoor grip to 3 day Money btrk if it fail. 24 TMa4a for ZSc. A any Drwc Stem men of the iiatlun. Iiaid do n.?t day In ih(r honor; Uiey M"f wear Pk-lurefiiif uriiforniK: yrt In thf Iu iiiettn of winning the war it i ;is ni wwsary lo protcrt tlirir v. irking r-ffl-clfiK-y . t to afcuurd Iho fUldiu rt ficieiiry of the m-ii on the firing Hnc." F'iiimi Arc lonwrralMP. Th5 tiKtrfa (flven ar iMitwrval K. Alisa or.nier ttat;. Jt cstitiiat cd t ha t he normal Ini rcas In tin1 tiumtxT of wonifrt eniino. rd In thr i nd nf-.f rl? u rveyed b i nco tUt tiMin of 1!i was Zi) pr ;ent. Tlicro- wrr. approximately 35Mt oiurji i hi pl" 'd In the munition factor In 1 9 Ml. The iimnlKT Is now 1 no.fl'JO, accord -lug to Mian hcnaJrr. This aain. Khrt Ktatee, iri a coiift?rvattv rHlhnat.-. i i-h Include aeroplanes vnrn p;ik .j itig of munlllon factorle. ; "The I hint; our wurvey fm preyed j npoii liH,' KiiiiJ Miw i-Tiaiir, ! tha4. women can not ewape lif-r world j old joh the job of feeding and rlolh i Ini?. Hhe find thl to he hT joh j outtdde its Wfll a1 in Iho home If phe i Irt to he un Important factor to v.in- ni tho war. i'oiniiiunlty KeMliie I'laee-i. "Hle longv to do her bit In ph-tur- ; I Hne fiifdiion, hut hIio Ih urded mrl for the work which aim eoiiKidert ; j more or Ics drudifery hecaue it haf j l.-een her work through n'lv. Tht: wfMiieii employed in th Industries tn-'s'ary to t hf w lulling f the war an-, for the uiort part, weaving, tscw iiiK nnd preif'rvhi food." ' M iws Ol'PjiHtmr KiriECKf, m a way to h-Ip Uvltey fho clothing Khorlane in tlie army, the estabdsnmmit of community wwins places under Bv ji iimen' Mipi"vim , f CLOUDS OF "WOE IIAXG OVER THE HEADS OF I - 0VR BOY JVNDGIRL CITIZENS - - i 1 1 i Wis 1 1 m h y. i; . s i n 's "4n the eoorne of a conversation villi 'li.imlfrliHn'fi Mdi:inn Ch.'k re rMMilal Jv tody, we had ticrashni 4 dlwniKJi in a Keneral way the merits f thlr dlffrrnt pre,raratWnH. At Mm MiKgetfon J lal.e pleaore in ex 1 rpfffdnt? my iiual hoi of Cnaniher- ( Iii'h t'oogii Hf-niedy. I have a family of six children and have umpc! this i e i.fdv In iny horn fr yenn. I eun-id-r M th- only coukIi remedy "n the market, as I liave fried marly nil I. Slid." Karl rubtisluT Hh in I It ii i Nojiity ILepublican -ue 9, Sayracuae, Kan- Adv. WYA.V i;NMVr lMH STItm AIOIV oioilnii;lit iilrto ralloaiLs to tho he disposed of ; DRIVE WiHEADACHE Rub Musterole on Forehead and Temples A headache remedy without the dn 1 errs of " headache medicine." Relieves headache and that miserable feeling from colds or congestion. And it act at once I I Musterole is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a ' mustard plaster and docs not blister. I llacd only externally, and in no way can 1 it affect stomach and heart, aa some in ' ternal medicines do. Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis rroup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, eon nation, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, ! .-ill pains and aches of the back or joints, I rpraina, sore muscles, bruisas, cMMains frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prpvenu pneumonia. CUC Hitd 60c jaisi hospital sue J2 50 anird .HTlf5 Iirr'tirs ;rsr Empire Meat Co. Inc. Old Reliable Firm Established 1SJ0 WANTED - . Dressed Wt. Psime Light Hogs $19.25 I'rinie Heavy Hogs 18.00 Ilougli Heavy Hogs 17J0 Heavy Hogs 17.50 HIGHEST M.1RKKT rJSKT: P.ill MMS IHIKSKKU flKKK, Vli.M. AM CHIfKIO.NS. WAKIIIM.T'iN, .Inn. ,-l'vr x !r(: lf hl in rr-eriiil hitr lniliw ' tlial army- for 111' Kovni'iimrnt's w:il I'l-'fSral.l TiTIf lt:i.lilrl t'flny ;i.sKoci- ! lie ilirel'fi-M ,f Uif public M'rvk-e rc- j crrvo. Thr-y air: llfiny M. IeI8 i of Xc5v York mi'l f Si-i'lKiv'Oi-t. Ciinn.. ; wIhi will act ji.s nlil for lli solution ; o tho lioiillj; M''jbl'-ni:-'. I.otlis I-.. F.'fhcr. ln:ill of Ihf i'X tension il i V l.sioli of fho I'nl fi-ily of Wisrou? in; Na tion A. Stiivlhr. ;in inn i ir.-i n-f tiiiinj ' .Neiv Volk; I. W. l.ililiriilij oil lEoHton, ;unl Mnjor K X. Sanctuary : of Iho fljuiy jiiTsoniiel eoniiuiltee ol i tho war ilpartiueiit. . Ko woader mere is walling ana ; tmns are more Important than 'p.uaf,hlni; of teeth among the cfrruscs. 'outh or onr city. If circuses want to do any .Mebbc.jhe circus won't come to (ravelins they'll have to do it off trfVn this year. . . the railroad tracks. That's tho No elephants, 010. lions, no ponlo which do all kinds of funny stunts, no pink lemonade, no sparkling -costumed ladies which rtand upon galloping steeds or fly through tae air holding on to ropes for dear life. ' No street parade. No side ' fchow. No clowns. Bince L'ncle Sam has taken over the railroads he insists that food trains add carloads of war uiuni- uliimatuni. Uut wait? -- -Acain may come back the old fashioned nacon circus. And the elephants will help haul the tent instead of dozing aay in a nit. roomy palace car. That's lite word coming from (hu winter quartern of several circuses. They insist that th girls and (joys will have some kind cf a circus. Phone 18 i'AYl Main St. Simple Wash Removes Rings Under Eyes IVitdlHon jteoph' will he tirprifd how (joick ly pure Lnvopt ik e o wanh r'lievei blood nhut eyn and dark I riuKM. (me, youiiK man who had eye trouhle n 1 1 1 very unsightly dark riincn ' was relieveil hy ONK W'AKH with lax oplik. His' HiHter alo removed a had eye Htrain in three days. A small ' hot I lo Lnvoptik is guaranteed to ; benefit EVKRV CAHK 'weak, strained r inflamed eyefl. Aluminum eye cup KKKK. Talhnan &, Co., druygiHts. GI6BON FOLK HAVE BIG DANCING PARTY Mr. and Mro. HvnrKv Urace were in 'endlrion Tue.schiy. Kd K idilcr a nd Ia v not tiler and ray went to rmdleton Mon BIG DOUBLE LL HEADER Friday Jan. K A STERN OUIXJON CHAMI'IONSIIIP CAMKS. fOMKOUT AND THi; HIGH SCHOOL HOYS' AND GIRLS' TEAMS IN ACTION. SEE Dalles H. S. Girls vs. P. M. S. Girls HIGH SCHOOL HERHISION I I . S. JJoys vs. I I. S. Boys P. GYM 50c ;iUIJON. Jan. 'J'.i. The dam-e K'iv en at ;ihlon lat evehinr wa.s at t'iidf;d hy alMtnt one hundi' H and fil ten jrfotde and a joyun linn- 'Mijy--d hy all. Ml: a Jiarharrt Moeh went down I , 1 'end 1ft on si f-nlay. Mrs. K. J. Wlllnir, Me. nnd Mrs j Hill liethridKc Mrs. It. A. H-.tt(dK-r. i Mr". .J. Kred ricks. M ish J naiiftia Friedley and Kid U'etHel a!l of Dun can, attended thu dance hero Inst n.Kht, Mrs. W. V Williaihs ami hildrcn were in 1'endleton Wednesday trad ing. Joe Kalnvillr and hii liill, of Alhr na, wpro riiosIs hero Saturday of Mr and Mrs. Jark Italiiviltrt nnd Httdid rd the dance la.sL niKht. I'Vank i Jays, water Miipfihi I indent o Pendleton, was hfie lant evening. Mrilia and India. Hwyer are hom fii-oi the I'endlelon IiikIi wh""! rot a's tw il;iV at'athm. Mr. and Mrs. If. liolde. liarto Co hl and .M in Rachel fiaincs of Cay 11. ;e. were hcru last evening. Th" -'atiirdav aftermton s:vin rloh will tneei ugnln next attir:afc, Jan liary at I he school h'oiyp. M rs. i:. I f. r;eknr. M r. and M is Uud Reed. Mrs II. f'halij"- and Joe Oantrcl of Thorn lfolhw. wro hern yesterday and hist iiU'l.. Homer Ivemiedy and flaujihier. Le ft:!, were in IendhUni Ve'-neriI;iy. (ifdi;; day. t;e Held M r. : ehildr dohih' M i-.h ent il'iwu lo ilau- l L'n Hr;i Monday. iml .Mis. John Ifofruian p-li were In I 'end let on Tlmr; some (rridii)K'. . M. T. Miiloll is UMIns; l a iki iday fives in I-fi tjraiule. AIM-: YOI U SKUIJi? The ho we hi are the m of t he hody. You ca.i l!ie resull w lien thevar i; the rii-Mi In const U-at ion. As a pur-; Mrs. It. H. Weiliimn and children tr-iti'V you will find ( 'hainlierlain's with Mr. and Mr. Jack Clarke and Tab let a excellent. They ire mild and son Morris of Wulla Wallu were dln irentle in tlieir aelion. Thev also im- ner KUests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I ' ' H IIKATIIS KPCniTKI. j VASlllN'iT?(, Jan. 22. iciioml ler-hhitf reMrts eljttit death due to mi (u rut cniiscw, hirliMlfnf; ' ftirmtr Kus-ell (mens of Itaynioiid, WnmIi.; moved to Walla Walla. It. K. Bean .'inyd llelwlt of drlnn. Wnsli.t Arclde and J. Jones Hre the other v two igamlall f t'urniK Wash.; nd How. members of the board. I'lans are be- 'uni mdkln irf Nampa, Idaho. in considered by the board of direr- I ' 1 '--in. tors for some Improvements wnicn will consist of an up to date cyollnn system, an office room, and KaraKe. Jens Therkildsen has been employed for another year as manager and but ter maker at a substantial increase in salary and an endeavor wiM be made to increase the output. Nine Carloads t'altln ShipiM-d. Nine carloads of cattle were ship ped, from this place Snturday. w her. Kred Jhinn loaded five ears and Kd Kelly four. The cows were consigned to the Seattle market where the own ers received ST.ti'i In s.-JU per hun dred for them. J. it. last week shipped tuo Statue market which at T.;u. William Wright of I'eiidhlon drove info the Jludsnir. Ii;i eoiuifry lodav i for winter feeding '"i head of eafll' v.liich he will lerd on the Amos lc-( maris and Wellmau places. I Mrs. Roy Saunders wave a hirfh- diiy dinner on Sunday for hi r hus band I toy. and her fa titer. Frank Iteale, tt Danhart, anada. at which twenty' five Ktirsts were present. Re side f he I toy Saunders family, t hose of Mr. ami Mrs. liana Saunders and x'harles liiekersott were also present, t al:o Misses Ruth and Rerla Recti. Mr. and Mrs. A. il. Heimis and their . ii-w son of Lowiliit, Wash., were Sun day quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. lj.'1'en- ; ins. On Friday. January lf the home of 'Mr, and Mrs. William Records w.m, inatle merry by :i I dinner quests who came and celebrated wiihthem their, l;dh wcdilins annivers;yy. Pinner 1 was served in the evcntnafter which . I he crowd enjoyed music on (he new Kdisou Talkin' machine. This week Mr. and Mrs. Tony Slier- I od entertained a few friends with an i evening at cards, l'cdro was tho unme j .of I he evening and some fine ha nds j were held. I J 'ens TherKIIsen. manager of ( he i Hudson Hay Co-operative Creamery i made h business trip to Dayton, Wn., ; Friday. j The I.a.dics Aid of the Presbyterian church met last week with Mrs. Van t.l. Kirk, despite stormy weather. Work waa started by all present in absence of Red Cross work. The la- J dies will meet Jan. 30th with Mrs. It. t II. Wei I man. j 1 Teacher Are Visitors. ' Miss Flora Noyes and Miss Fleet- ! wood, public school teaehcra at I'lim- j pine were week end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. James Ivlrk this week. Lloyd Gentry has been busy the past week raisiiiK the barn back of the j Hudson Hay Store, owned by his fa- ther W. F. Gentry, and is rcmovinK l. IIMK. .lust A Si'rt- nf IfiKlli'liiii ivoplf llarc. I i UK lI'M-sirt (;'. If yciil ncKliil kidney- hirkarlic, I'rlii.iry trmililin liflrn follow. Doan'a KiiliH-y l'illa nru for liiilii:.' U.'Likaclic, iiikI fur other kiilnpy Ilia. l'ciullutori citlxriiM cniloiHe llii'iri Mrs. R ti. Hiulli'.v. II ill) V. Allil Kl., roinllcton, aaya: 'Wlifrncvrr thrrr Ih ni'Oil for a kUlni'y iimmUcIuo in uiir lioiiio, we luivo found linun'a Klil nry I'llts fine. I'rrsonntly, f hnvi! iirver lunl lo tnkn uny liirrilclno for klilnry (roillilr. l.nt I hnv foinul Iioan'H Klilney l'illa ailini1iil mi.l ilun't lie.ita tt to oli)lii-ly rocotllllirlMl them.'' v i,h..i:ii? -,.il imnfinn : the Hume to his runch nol'thcust of' nohi't-il ui, ,is: '''"ai,lnt'- I'rict' Clip, at all uViiUtm. Ilon't I simply ak for n klilney remedy get Doun'H Klilney fills Ihp mm, that Mrs Hatllry nnd. Koatei-Mllburn Co., Mfgrs.. iiuffnlu, N. Y. I'hni! the iliKeslion. AiJv. C. 1)1 ;VKWKAi:X.TO LEAD - IIOK'SEMAX ? ATTENTION Bad Stomachs 'M'.' husband has been fronfd'd with his- Momach for many years. STl'.MKZi: has Riven him so mmdi re lief lie has not been troubled with his :itotn:i-il Mime lakin(f Killi'1." Mm, Norah Mrt, Woodbury, K. STUMEZE the moij.-rn Ktoinach iiiedicine. works almost I i k inuRic. Kor rule and guaranteed hy all drnfrgi.t!. I j; p x I ft ' t, Tt - v "t t i v r t.. . . f - ., .. , j I y ? '' 1 II. K Sitnonda ut 71 Hunch. J. K. Jones has purchased of (:. . Wcllnian 15 acres of alfalfa land ud I joining his ranch on the north for a. consideration of 1 SO an acre. This is a part of the Into 11. II. Wellnmn , ranch and has Just been recently dl-j lyiduil among the heirs. j I I'niaplnc Ited Cross auxiliary will !nieet on Friday. February 1st fur the j I election of officers. ' ! SurtirlMj I'arly ;lven. Last eyeninir a surprise :irty w mh Kiven .Mrs. Oiiy YonnK eelehriitiiiK her ' birthday by a number of her friends. The eventns wan pleasantly spent with i Raines, toasting marshmallows In 1he ' fire place, and popping corn In the; I open fire place. Those present were! Mr. and Mra. Jainea Kirk, Mr. and! I Mrs. Uan "J. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle I MclJanlel. Mr. and Mra. It. K. JJciin. j iJl.VLKKAtX raclns will not be nf Hie ;ir In ifiis beiDS III.Kle f,,r lr,e I,o! on ever i.een on Ho Hum-f-il-d by plan-, are :!i f sst ill ri;!iid iircuit ll;irr K I'cveieaiix, wiib fi.i n-viyal yi-ais lias been pre. Ii, n' ol 111" eii cill. lias beefl , ....elerloc ml m w tracks are to bo opened rt TolPdn and Iteadyllle, Mass. .Hie )ejr 3 rniini; will oppu Julv t; DaneH GERMAN HALL' , SAT.Jan.26 The Ustial Cood Time Fur All Pendleton OidieHou ' (FJetchei'rt) Grape-Nuts over 10 sugar developed in the making from grains -snouia Deyour breakfast cereal. KO SWEETENING NEEDED Ready Cooked. No Waste. For that Nutty Rich Taste BLYDENSTCIN'S DIETARY MUSH Ask your Grocer. The richestmost nu tritious part of corn and wheat.