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DAILY EAST O REG ONI AN. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY APRIL 1, 1918. 'fn
EIGHT PAGES
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AUTOS FIND GRIEF
ON MEnCtMl ROAD
We'ZZ Gtue You the Best for the Price, No Matter What the Price
TAGE TWO
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ONE SWALLOW DOES NOT MAKE A SUMMER; NEITHER DOES ONE
I4TTLE SNOW STORM SPOIL A SPRING.
Easter has passed but constant arrivals of '
New Coats, Suits and Dresses
have kept our stock fresh and inviting for those who prefer to wait until wea
ther more appropriate makes spring garments necessary.
Our Suits include plain tailored, eton and pony (short coat) models in na
vy blue, tan, grey, Copenhagen blue and rookie brown serge, gabardine, Poiret
twill and tricotine that are priced from $25.00 to $75.00. With War Saving
Stamp $25.25 to $75.25.
Our Coats offer selections of models intended for motor, street and dress
wear in solid colors that will blend prettily with your best dress and of rough
army cloth and mixed tweeds that will stand hai'd wear in your car. The
prices range from $13.75 to $45.00. With War Savings Stamp $14.00 to $45.25.
In Dresses every popular style is shown in taffeta, satin or Georgette
crepe. The range of colors includes tan, beige, navy, soldier blue, green, grey,
rose and various attractive plaids at these most reasonable prices, $16.50 to $75.
With War Savings Stamp $16.75 to $75.25.
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XF.W SII.K
FOM.IX8
A poplin dross U
always In deinnml
for service anil
appearance there
are few fabrics
enual to It. Col
ors are rose, Vo
penhnKen, navy,
ray, brown,
IC r e e n.. taupe,
royal, purple and
lilack: 40 Inches
wide. The yard,
I.8.V With War
aviiiK Stump.
$1.50.
1IK HVTISTK. xm 1.1XUKIUK
A fine sheer morccrizill fabric, soft
finish In the popular color, used so
muoh risht now for envelope che
rnlse: iO Inches wide, yard 3.1c. 40v;
Willi War savinu stump tide, 63c.
SILK MXlXtJS
Just received, heavy shantung,
crepe weave pongee, for coats and
skirts, a beautiful fabric in the nation
al ponsec shade. The yard $3.50;
with Vr Savings Stamp $:1.7S.
WHITE CRFl'K 1K CHINK
For waists, underwear, slips, etc. A
very good quality; 40 inches wide, per
yard t.39; with War Savings stump
SI.8I.
C01!IKI) Tfll S1I.RS
White Kround with colored stripes
of pink, black, green, 'tun, ets., suit
able for blouses, dresses, etc. The
yard 91.35; With War suviiikm Stamp
$1.50.
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AGAIN WK Ol'-FKIt VOir. IX Ol'Il
VARIOUS 8ALKS, MANY KVB
TAXTIATj BARGAINS .
Bargains that are hard earned mon
ey savers. Bargains that will wear,
bargains, low priced.
ATTICNI THESE SALES
Sale of Men's Stilts
Sale of Iress Shirts.
Solo of Moil's Shirts.
Sale of Girl's Ilrcsses.
Sale of rresi-08 and Suits.
Sillc of Boys' Suits.
Sale, of Vretly Waists.
Sale of House Aprons.
' Thousands of yards or Woolen and
Cotton TVWss Goods.
A great Iifr sale of yard goods, rem
nants of all kinds.
..Shoe Shoes Shoes and more
shoes This department is 1ceoinlns
actually filled with the Men's. Wom
en's. Girls', Hoys' and Children's. All
at Tiarsaln Trices.
Visit the Bargain Basement and do
the best with your money.
They're Stylish
They Fit
They Last
T, P.
Clothes
do the economizing for you.
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TWO CAIl-S JIAI'EM'J) HY SNOW'
OX HOADS! ONE IS SOLI) AT
MEU'IIAM.
Inch or Snow 1 VII in Moimtiiiiix l-ust
TuCMlay; Other Ncm of Meiu-liiiin
and SiirroiiiKlin Country Given by
l-Jusl Orcfionluii Corii'siNiiidt'lit. i
-You wari(iong service in
clothes; but mere durability
isn't enough, you want smart
style and good fit.
You'll get those things at
this store in our specially
made clothes.,
4
They're made of all-wool
fabrics. They keep their
shape; they fit and are styl
ish. Such clothes save. They
may cost a little more per
suit, but a great deal less by
the month.
All the new styles are here
come in and see them
$17.50 to $35.00.
COr.XTHY ni'TTEi:. 2 Ih roll $1.00
STRICTLY l lil .SIl EGGS. doz. . 3 St!
WESTOX MOl XTIX POTATOES
ffoocl sound stock, sack Sl.2.
T. 1. W. SPECIAL HLKXIl, the best
:15c Coffee on earth.
I'LOIUHA GH APE l'Hl IT Exlra se
lect fruit, priced each. 12 1-ic, 1.1c
and 20c.
O.XIOX SETS, GAItllEX SEEDS and
SEED POTATOES plant, your war
g-arden now.
"PI KE FOOD SHOP"
Cleanliness Economy Servico
PENDLETON'S GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
For sale with each purchase. Do your
duty to your fellows and yourself.
r-if
iq reopies war j
SEmaiaWHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
For sale with each purchase. Do your
duty to your fellows and yourself.
(Bast Oreitonlun Special.)
WEAl'HAM, April 1. I-nst Sunday
two autos not within four mileH of
Mt'uchnm, but the roads were so Imd
from there thut they hud to bo pulled
Into town, behind sleds. Several teams.
and a sled were secured hero and one
auto loaded upon the slud to try to
got over the rest of tho distance tov
j irds La. n rondo. Hut tho snow Wtfi
yet four feet deep on the roads be
Itwecn here und Kumela, so they were
forced back. The owner succeeded In
j disposing of the car lo Mr. und Mrs.
I J NT. Casey and concluded that train
travel was tho best and cheapest nt
;this time of the year. Tho othef car,
ia Ford, was shipped from hero by
freight to Iji Grande.
Snow ill Thnlier.
I The snow Is gone where there are
no trees and the grass Is gclUilK
I green rapidly, but In the timber parts
tho snow Is deep yet.
i J. D. Casey mado. a business trip
jto Pendleton on Tuesday.
: On Tuesday night an Inch of snow
fell, but melted by the next morning.
.Miss lXMnt llardison went lo l.u-
Grande on Wednesday.
Mrs. J. A. Vattcrs und Mrs. It. Pa
gan und daughter Utroiio went to Ku
mela on Wednesday to uiisist in Kid
Cross work.
Frank W'ntklns made a 1rlp to I.a
Grande on Wednesduy.
liobcrt Fagnn has been tho Inven
tor of an auto tiro shoe, to be of great
benefit In getting an auto or truck out
of mud holes, etc. Ho hus Just se
cured the patent rights on il.
J. D. Casey and son John X. Casey .
mado a business trip to La Gramio
on Thursday.
J. 1. Sawyer of Walla Wulla. Wush., i
was in town on Thursduy securing
orders for springy suits.
Mrs. F. Jlanlen und son Gail were
down from Knmelu on Friday visiting
Mrs. James Baker and Mrs. J. A. Wat
te rs.
J. V. Casey went to Portland on
Saturday to spend Easter -with his
wife, Mrs. Cusey and daughters, the
Misses Jennie and May Snsey.
Miss lihoda Mangers arrived fiNun
Kahotus, Wash., on Saturday to re
main with R. D. Huvves und famll;
for some time.
I ted Cross Election.
Members of the Ked Cross met Sat
urday afternoon and elected officers
for a Red Cross auxiliary. They will
hold a sewing meeting on Thursduv
afternoon at the home of Mrs. K. Fa
gan and an instructor will be up from
Pendleton to assist In the work. All
are invited to attend and do whai
they can.
William Slusher from Xolin was In .v-
town on Saturday, ''-vv
Mrs. John Baker went to La Grande '
on Friday. cW
A Literary lTogrnm. a,
The Literary Society held their pro
pram at the school house on Saturday
nigiil and a very interesting program p.
was rendered as follows: g
i'atriotic songs by audience. r1'
Uecltntioll, Ruth Austi
Quartet, by Mrs. I), llluck
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PerU Can't Check
I continue to leap skyward, following were eight children under ten years
a p , new explosions, wun crowas or on- ; 01 w nut; in uiioiner utvaMuiuu
American IteSCUeS lookers headed off 500- yards away, area six babies were found injured by
American doctors and nurses explore falling glass. '
Cross Ambulance Drivers Work the ruins for wounded nossiblv buried At the request of the Mayor of La
under the debris. Each step these Courneuve, Miss Elizabeth Ashe of
Abundant jiouuii is uured when President Again Asks
Intervention for Mooney
Krd Cross Ambulance Drivers
In Itnintt of Factory Despite New
Kxpio-Hions of .Munition!
workers take might be the last,
PA HIS. March :!. Xotwithstand- j unexploded grenades still litter
Ing the danger from new explosions,
the American Red Cross aid to the
victims of the explosions which oc
curred in a factory at I-a Courneuve
lait Friday, cuntinues U expand, Am
bulance drivers all day ga to and
from .Paris headquarters to the scene
of the catastrophe bringing the home
less to Paris and taking hack food
und clothing.
While flames and clouds of smoke
for San Francisco, director of the nurses'
the : cheldrens bureau, and Miss Helen
vast field of desolation. The slightest
touch is all that is wanted to make
CASTO R IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bean
the
Signature
iblohom
30T00
TOO
'l'Kmiab, jH-litiT)
1 1-4 Ton Chassis $1460
'J l- Tun huH3i $J043
Tlif nctbchcin tr m k imnHf
the "f(0 utile gnvcrnment test
i li r u canyons, o er mountain
r.inw?. riK-ks and buh'Ih, wjth
Mit rcplarintr a sint-lc Prt,
makiDg a pcrf.-ct rtcoid in every
depart merit.
Now h:ve these. Call and we
OVERLAND PENDLETON CO.
Dealer Overland muj W lllys
Kullit Motor Cara.
S12 Johnson St. Phone 512
Pom! let on. Ore.
the deadly weapon explode. One ex
ample was given when a French fire
man trod on a grenade which blew
his foot off.
Ever since the first explosion Am
erican doctors and nurses have been
working in the homes, factories and
streets, bandaging wounds and cuts.
In addition, at the hotel in Rue off are (deeping on hay in the hor.se
d'Hautville, Paris, where seventy-seven stalls. One car whih took out food
homeless refugees slept the first night brought back one woman and six chil
and 163 the second, the American Ked dren whofce home was utterly destroy-
Byrne, daughter of James Byrne of
New York, counsel for the Tied Cross
taliai) Corrirnission, rushed tinned
beef, chocolate, prunes, biscuits, mar
malade, condensed milk for babies,
blankets and bedding to the emer
gency refuge in the stables of an idle
race track near the scene of the dis
aster. Families whose roofs were blown
CrosH- Is establishing another home.
A force of stenographers from the
office acted as 'cleaning women in one
building, while chauffeurs made the ;
beds. Two-thirds of the refugees are
children. In one family whose homo
was completely blown away, there
ed. A mother of two children, with
a third expected soon, also was
brought back to Paris.
there is good blood in the veins. Hood'ai
Sarsaparilla is the medicine to make
good blood. Begin tuking it now. It j WASHINGTON', March 30. It is
ia Juat what the system needs at thi.-i learned that President "Wilson aam
time and will do you great good. 'today wired the governor of Califor
Sharpens the appetite, Kteadies theinia asking his intervention on behalf
nerves, of Thomas Mooney who is sentenced
to die because of the preparedness
rudo bombing.
ickbnrn. Mrs.
J. N. Cusey, Roy Hawes, John t nsry, y
ICd Austin and II. Jenkins and (trover u
Aimick, .Mrs. Hoy Hancs plaej tho S ;
uc:oni!uniinent. t f
A t'lm-li iset.
Vou know a lot of things, that tri
:rcat knowledge you conceal;
l!ut yon don't know how often you
Have eaten Koat for veal.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS IT'E PLAIN TO BE SEEN. THAT OLIVIA WAS RIGHT
Bald heads are barred from the
army on the score that they make
good targets for the Huns.
Catarrh is a Real Enemy
and Requires Vigorous Treatment
Do Not Neglect It.
When you use medicated spray?,
atomizers and douches for your Ca
tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping
the choked-up air passages for the
time being, but this annoying condi
tion Returns, and you have to do the
same thing over and over again.
Catarrh has never yet been cured
by these local applications. Have
you ever experienced any real benefit
from such treatment?
Throw these makeshift remedies tj
the winds, and get on the right treat
ment. Go to your drug store to-da-f
get a bottle of S. S. S., and commenca
a treatment that has been praised b
sui.drers for nearly half a century.
S. S. S. gets right at the source of
Catarrh, and forces from, the blood
the eerms which cause t!ie diaeaso.
You can obtain special medical advico
regarding your own case withouS
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor, Hi awut laboratory, Atlanta, ti-
REGISTERED BULLS
FOR SALE
Herforris and Shorthorns. These bulls are all
registered and are the best that were ever shipped
to Pendleton for quality, size and breeding. Our
Shorthorns are Scotch and Scotch Topped Reds and
Roans, extra heavy boned. Yearling and coming
2's, ready for immediate use. See these bulls at the
Alta Feed Yards.
J. U. HUSTON, Owner, Pendleton, Ore.
I
!
TIX Z If -ftE I MUCH TO MUCH
IN m FMAMCAL i ! MATTER, Oi.IVA, AT WHEM WotE
CONDITION ? 1 J(N THE LONG BROUTE
I PodV vjonpebNoocb. i , , ,cU1Pne3 5ohe and j Weil, Wee Xrohs
Si BCoKe-uWrKoW ITa,e' f lUBeTYcE I have Something To
n Have A aJew five dollar- iy-TT show fop, it if"g ill
and Clrover Almlck. ?
Velma Jenkins. V
of "Our JiiU,' Mr. tYoofc. ,
Kecitatlon, Helen Ienon.
oy a irio, airs. it. JnaeKourn, w
IM Austin and cirover Almlck. .
Kecitation.
Iteadtng
Tho debated question whh, "Ite
aolved that water wan rnore de.struc- j
tl vo than fire." M r. Crook on rap-
tain, with John r8ey und I'M Austin '
were ft ir thtf a fflrnwit while J. K,
Marsha II, as ca ptuin, and Mrs. J, N,
Casey ami ti rover Ainib-k were for the
negative. The lattt r won.
Tho rritic rejiort was read by J. K.
Marshall.
Kd Austin wont to (tibhnn on Kim-
day to try to purchase a tram for uni
on bin homestead at Knmela.
William Chelf, the blacksmith, it-
hulldiiitf a parage that he may fix un-J
tomobiles who have break downs in
passing over the mountains.
Naturo Ciirtx, Tlie IHi (or TjiUvs tin
There Is an old sayhiff that '.alur
cures, the doctor takes the fee.'' but
as everyone knows you can help na
ture very much and thereby enable. It
to effect a cure In much less time than
Is usually required. This Is pnrtfeu
lurty true of colils. Chamberlain":
Couffh Uemedy relievos the luns
ll'iulffcs tho totiRh mucus and aids h
its expectoration, allays the coiiV
and aids Xature In restoring the kv.
tern to a healthy condition.
Olvinty away our clothoa to . the
I'elKinnM will nut get us Into hciivcn
but it will help those much enduring
and heroic- people under their present
hard conditions, f
OUCH! PAIN! RUB
OUT RHEUMATISM;
! STOI
j Till
si'i-'i'i-'jn v: ifi-i.ii.-p fitii.-(.- i
; MOMIATVIll M'I'I VI.I I.
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Khouninltsin is "pain only." j v-kv
Nit I'm- rase In fifty ri'iniirvi Inli't-; t t
llal I -Iilt llWtlt. S'l.ili .lflll..rl...rf l'..l.'Vt.V
the ml5i-ry rlKlit iiwhj-: Ai,ily wioth-S-''1
iiiB. iii-ni tiatliiK -St. .liirnKs I.lnimonf " ;J-A
i'lri-i tiv upon tho "lender npiit " ntxl V
fllef conies instantly. "St. Jac-nli
i !. In Intent ' eiiminers f.nin. It Ih harm- " '
I !''" rheiiiiiatlMin liniment wliieli never '
i ril..iiiiMinlH fiml run not lairn the sl-in. .
l.linlier 'ti.t Sl.,, rc.iii.lainliiK! v''
i Oi l ji iiuill trljil iinltle rtf "St. Jnenlis
l-lnimeni" at nny driiff store, ami In v'
jjnst a moment you'll he freo from y -'
j l iienniatle pain, soreness tincl stiff- ri
I Mess. Pon't suffer! Itelief awaits $ ."
.oii. "St. .Inrohs .itiiment'' in just as
t'.;i.o.l t.r selalie.i, nenralKia, lumbago, j
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