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FACE KIGHT
TEN PAGES
DAILY EAST OHE00N1AN, PENDLBtQN,' ORLgGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 2ti, 1918.
UNDER THE CAMOUFLAGE
intimate - war experiences and observa
j tions of lowell mellett .
!: (United Press Staff Correspondent) t
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It ill . '..ilil UIUUIUIUII(MUii IIIIUIMUUUII Hi'llUIUIHIIMf7 - ' '
Iiii. L'4' - .
THfE UNIVERSAL CAR
lt" no lontter noccseary to ro Into the details do-orlbinft-
thp practical merits -of the Ford car -everybody
knows nil about "The- lniversar Oar.u How It
poos and comes day aftor day and year after year
t an operating expense so small that it's wonderful.
This advert isemont is to urse prospective buyers to
place orders without delay as the war lias produced
conditions which may Interfere with normal produc
tion. IHiy a Kord car when yo can get one. We'll
take (rood car of your order Ret your Ford to you
soon as possible and Rive the best in "after-service"
when required. -
Over 3IW lYinl ww sold In Vmailllii county last
jrrar. There will ho a crcnt demand iltirlrur 1IIIH. ;et
your order in uow mid don't lie) the man mini fccts
le-ft.
SIMPSON AUTO COMPANY
Johnaon and Water St.. Phone 408
. m u-i
I.OXPOX. Nov.
. MaJ. Gen. Maurice,
tary operations. He was so 'full of
the satisfactory Oumbrul push that
he was likely to burst, flat he didn't
and the interview- did not develop n
lot that la new. However, one doesn't
: chalk that ii nftnlnst the general for
he seldom ,disappniuts without1 pood
reason.
..Interviewing General - Abmrico i
somewhat like attending a class rootr
lecture, with the same privilege of
asktnft questions, at the end. You
couldn't, exactly call Mm a (rood fel
low: he never forRols he's a poneral
In tho Arniee, but he -Is direct and
to the point and fuller of Information
than the new India paper edition of
tho F.noyc. Hritt.
I2.i Talked with who'fills his-clothes well and wears
IMrector of Mill--a wlltlnir-to-Rct-neiiUHlnted smile only
slightly diluted by traveer's caution
he's more apt to he . from 'Indiana
than anywhere else;
I was swept' into the dlnlnsr saloon
toniffht by ihe breeme created by tho
earnest advent of Just 'such a ono. .
"'What pniy'o.f Indiana?" I asked.
feelloR safe. .
"Middletown."
When he learned that. Klwood, only
a dozen miles distant, proudly elnlm
ed : me, he. was astonished .and re
marked that the world is only a small
place,
"My name's Ginn." he said. Told
turn mine. .
''Anv relnt(nn to Hoc Cilnn?" I nsk
ed. '''Cousin. You any rclallon to Hick
' Got a little extra excitement ont 'M,lt?" '
of the HynK" push on my own account. "l.rother."
Sunday nlKht on a'n I ndersround Ho repented his observation on the
train 1 met two tired but contented of the world and Introduced Ms
Tommies, just arrived home on leave. ; companion. .Mr Mnuhllm;. Ginn' Is
In return for a match they volunteer- distant controller of tho i:. S. irons
ed tho Information that tho bluest ury and Maulrtlusr assistant auditor or
show offill was due In a, couple of tho war .department. They mo en
dsvs. They told where If Would take rente to France, to audit army Re
place, what a lot of tanks were lined . counts. heiiiR tho advance -fru.ird ot a
up for the pltinKC, the cavalry prep-: battalion of audit.. on tho way.
.nations and various other details . At the table wc found a nicely snlt
borne oat by Halff's bulletins of yes- ! ed cllizeievsalied by sea. In-eeze
If nitty Irnd today. 1 who proved u bo tho redoubtable
I'miuilv the laiea Ihe Tommies fell '"l't. T. 1-1. Dobson. ot Taeolua, and
you' are more Interesting than accur-1 "an Frnnelsco,
Famous 6000 Mile
W1REGRIP TIRE
S
INDEPENDENT GARAGE
Pendleton, Oregon
ate. Tills was an nmazlnir exception.
There's a. Defense of the Realm
regulation ttfin.lnst Tommies telling all
they know Fortunately this hnppv,
paid borrowed their nfatoli from a
friend who didn't heleve. them. In
stead of from one of the thinnln.1
band of fierman spies that stiminfest
London. f
Shaplen left for Petrocrad tonlsht
to join tho fulled Press bureau.
Thero is something rather fine about
this youns ilusso-I'hllndolphlan's pll
ffrinioffes homo to do what he cart to
help rttlssia, savo herself. Uis Idea
lr. that nothing will help his. native
country so 'much as Amercan undar
st.lndlni; ef what she is dolus and
try Ins to do -the pood and tho, bad
of the siiraQtic internal strus'Sie. Ho
seems to hope for the best, while pre
pared for the worst, believing the!
worst cannot last forever.
T-ast week, one wondered why there
is no real co-ordinated nlliel com;
niand.' - . .
This -week one finds there is one. ,
Next week one Is Jjolnfj to l'arls
to-w.-itch .it co-ordinato.
KXGi.lSir I'lrAN'N'KI Nov. 21.,
Soiiii'iinw yoli can tell a lloofi.-r.
It' you fin J a smillnj- kontrcman
Relie f from. Eczema r
' Don't worry about eczema or other
skin troubles. You can h.iuj . a clear;
healthy skin by using a little - zemo,
obtained at any dgig store for 35c, or
extra large bottle at $1.00. . ... --.
Zemo Renerally removes; pimples, black
hends, blotches, eczema, ard ringworm
and makes the skin clear and healthy.
Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic
liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains
nothing. It is easily applied and costs a
mere trifle for each application. It ia
always dependable. m ..
The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland. O. . .'
known In every port
the J'acllic. On temporary leave
from the. China Vaeirie Steamship
company, ho Is entratfed In a French
port superintending the repairs to
American and ltiillsh transport ves
sels. As the captain inuuli-ed enii
cernins mutual Tacoma ftiends, Mr
Glnn's estimation of the world's size
whranlf still-fuither.
lnnnor .however, wa.s the princi
pal thlnir discussed. It Included
car. liBht ontou tho open table and
.butter. It wa.s the first real butter
any' ot us bad seen for many days
lUit there 11 was. a large '.date of It.
and no restrictions on the bnlter-fam-Ined
(niesls. Tho steward explained
that the boat stocked Its hotter and
snfrar on the Vrench side of the
channel. . . " :
Met I.ieut Col. Uaker of the Salva
tion Army, on deck lie is in charge
of that army's work anions American
soldiers In Franco Th work is sim
ilar to that of Y M. '. A. ho said
s..vo that tho emphasis is placed on
tho relislnus needs of the soldiers In
stead of their recreational needs.
J ust. met another old aeriualnlnnce
; wintry cale from Medicine Mat.
Montana. It's a. loiiK way for a. wind
to come.-liut ihe one that's rock In
litis here boat now c.oild have tome
from nowhere else. However, shon
(l. pretty sood lumt; while she has laid
(town and rolled oyer several limes,
sho hasn't played dead yet.
Mr. - MutlldinK JllJit looked In to re
poit that ic world lias Ix'en prowlilK
Ia.i-er in frit-nd Gimfc's eyes and that
.hoijiO: looks a long wily off.
The Sensible Six
SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL YEAR ROUND SEDAN, ,LI
LIGHT WRIGHT
Combined With
. STURDINESS
MAXIMUM POWER . i
i Combined With " '
Greatest Possible Economy
This is really a high class car, but the price is within the reach'
of all. -Come
in and let us prove our claims for this wonderful car.
Touring Car $1115.00 Sedan $1350.00
f. o. b. Pendleton
N. P. McLEAN
rhonc 222
For Demonstration.
Main Street
Opposite Pendleton Hotel
M.I.Ct.l S t'OAIi COSTS l'AIH)h:i comiiilssion so as to run tip their costs dent of ft. subsidiary compnnji In l!fS
We Have Received a Big Shipment
f 1 of the old lavorites
r
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in"' oi--T jwstz-;:. i "s,--; '-torn... . -r-w.r ...
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VULCAM
gang wiMms
'im-iOKT or'. i.i pkv.i:s
j . I'Ol.t IMKIIICAXs TO WIN
American rcdal of Honor, the Star
. Worn by IVw Sold lei's. Is a Most
'ovoteil IKs-oratioii.
'-'Hardest .to Kain, fewest in num
i bers,. the least known of tho military
' decoratiuns of honor of tho world,'
; sums. up the. medal of honor of the
i United States, tho bit of ribbon and Eg
tho piece of meta.1 that are so eager
, iy coveted and hlshly prized by the igg
jailors and soldiers of Vncle fain. . t
When you see a. man with tho In- ,
coitsiiicuiiis bronze star pinned to bts ,
' coat-by a blue ribbon on which urnis
thirteen whlto stars you may know i
'that ho has placed his life in such gg
t jeopardy that escape from it was
nearly. a miracle. ,
- Tho medal of honor was first ail- 1 g
thorlzed by eonsxess in IMia and was
for non-commlssloned officers and
privates only. lint in the follonliic
year tho law was chanKed to extend s
the award to commissioned officers
also. In all about K.illl of the nied.ns g
were presi-ntt-d for services in- the ffa:
war .between the states, and it is n ; g
reimirkable fact thatk-!)i per cent oi 1 55
them went to private soldiers. ; g
In Its present form tho medal oi
honor Is a fh- pointed star with a i H
medallion in the renter bearing th , S
head of. Minerva imd around It "I'nlt-
ed States or America.'' in relief.: On :s
each ray of (he star Is an oak inu Is3
and tho points themselves nro trefonls
shafird. A laurel wreath In Vreen en.
aniel encircles , tho whole, and this ; :
v-re:th Is siirmounteil by an eatflft p
which In turn is surmounted by un E
eaulo that attaches the dot-oration to 5
Its- ribbon. '
.Aeoimiiia.nyinjr this medal there Is :
n bfidne or laiel button. hexnKOnnJ
Olid made of blue silk, with the thlr-lgg
teen atari in while. Tim arm med- ;
al is -represented by a small blue bnt-J
Ion studed with -stars, while the nn-" j
vy medal Is represented by n sman s
ted,-, white and' bine bowknot. '
F.vport Toll Trade linaril How the
fioveminenl Was Misled.
. WASHINGTON, , Jan. -;S.-ll(iir
some coal onmpamVs padded salaii"S
in their reports to the federal trade
as tho- basis for aovernuient priee
fixinii was related today before the
.senate coal committee by lavid 1.
WiiiK. n eoni expert.
tue eoinpany. Wimr testifieil, Vhlch
had paid 5ii0 a year to the presi-
raisedit to $10.0i n nionth for 1917
' i
In order to conserve the -world:
supply of paper a number off soldier
nro refusing to write boo'ks about tho
war. .
!S ' ' ' - 5:2
When We Stocked
.Federal
FOR THE COMING SEASON WE CHOSE THE MRE, THAT
IN OUR JUDGMENT, WOULD GIVE THE" MAXIMUM SER
VICE REGARDLESS OF. PRICE. i ' ' '
.. .-. : . . .-. ' - :- i 1 - ;- ' ' ' ' '
COME IN AND LOOK OVEROUR LINE AND LET-US
CONVINCE YOU THAT OUR JUDGMENT WAS GOOD.
. . .
WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK ON HAND FOR YOUR
INSPECTION.
yours
is waiting for you
McCook 'b- Bentley
. East Court and Thompsoii Streets ?
"As : Tor the Rrcat American habit
P ReephtS HtdimTit a temliHratnie of
SO- decrees. somethiuK has happened 1
to It.
if ' Vls W 1
CO.,
Inc.
THE FEDERAL STORE
Federal Tires can be Purchased at the Following Garages:,
Hunclr Bros. ..;...; . . ,
Ger(son,& Edwards, .'. . . .'Pendleton
.. ... -
Slone Garage Pendleton
Allen-Knight Co. ........ Pendlclon
Hi Westlavyn Aujo Co.
Echo
Pennington & O'Hara
Weston Garage
Eheler's Garage
Adams
Weston
Weslpn
. , Helix
ratttlinc SuiKlny.oiHl Monday,

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