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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1018. EIGHT PAGES April Eggs are Best tor Packing Put Down Your Eggs Now, while (hey arc Fresh and the Price is Right. WATER GLASS, LARGE BOTTLE 35c Mountain lliit'kli lM'rrirs in quart jut's, limited Miwk; or der early. Pennsylvania 4 "lnttlar ciiroiso fcolnsr fast, while it lusts, the Kuiid . 4tto llarly Six Wtvkx IN it" I ik's sak $2.7, l-jtrlicst of .Ml MM-k S2.0O ltrd Ohio Sortl IVXiUih-x, sack While Ohio SHl loiaoes sack l",arly Ohio Srwi IntatcH'X; NU'k Nellod ;-m .So-d I'oiaioos, sack Onion SctM. pound Complete lyine fff Gardvu Seed. lolly's Cliick IXxxI Lilly's Scrateh Flood. $2.75 S2.7S S2.0O SI. 25 . . 15c GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. Two Phone, 28. "QUALITY" 823 Main St. Mjt WBtablp fiultoogger MONDAY, April 1 1B18. gmtiiiriiiiiHmimiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiMiiiiiiiiHiii; OPPORTUNITY 'does not come on schedule time. In every one's life the time comes when he can make money providing he is prepared that is, if he has money for a start The best way to secure the money for "your start" is to save a certain sum, no matter how small, and regularly deposit it in "-The Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon." Pendleton, Oregon "Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon91 Hoy, Ingo mai. Abel. Tom Abel of Adams bocamo tho father of a son last week and the Witless Wiseacre rtacM lo auffgost that he name It Canaan, Too lUut The csm-criuiipnt Can't Speed I n Ills Hand This setting the clocks ahead an hour Is ohiK to impose a further handicap upon Kernel Wood who was already far behind the times. It the government would order the clocks and calendars turned back about 30 years, the kernel would be right up to-date. Give The 1 Mm -lor A Chance One of the notable events of the past week was the attaining of father hood by Bill Courter.. The only thing that dims the radiance of Papa's smile Is the fact that It was a girl ft, stead of a boy. Rill wanted a little Bill. We sufiscst that the doctor may have a card up his sleeve. He'll prob ably pend the little bill around later. Consider. Good w. Consider The only fellow of whom we know has a just kick at the advancing- of the hands of the clock is Lester Hurst who dairies a bit on McKay creek. Les says his cows come home for milking when daylight falls and he doubts his ability to change their ha bits. It Will" lie A Well Tanned Pelt. Skunk hides brought three dollars each Ptaurday at the fur sale hold here. We know what disposition to make of Kernel Wood's pelt after we get through exhibiting it. But We Can Throw The Bull 1 Unlit Along With The Athena llcheniotli. The reverse is generally true of an ticipation. So it was with us in con ' juring up a mental tintype of the j Bulldogger ed. We had thought of i him as being a man of huge frame. ! gnarled . fists, hairy breasfed, square shoulders. Frank-Gotch-Neck and all :( that. But he Isn't. Far from it. Athena Press. The Hans Were Xot At Home Sol Baum exhibited 80 pounds ot ! bass In his windows last week. Judge , Marsh and Roland Oliver made four ' trips to the windows and each time j they appeared more nervous. Finally i they bought an alarm clock and went I home to bed. At 4 next morning they i were on their way to the Hermiston '. reservoir, having first left word for I Sol to have his windows ready for an (other exhibit that evening. No one lever heard them say anything about! jthat trip after they got home but the. ! following morning a six inch 'bass was1 ! exhibited by Sol as the combined catch of the Judge and his friend. I lliiiUlliltltUliilltllillliiliiilllltlltlillUUIililillllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllr H SCRATCH FOOD, CHICK FOOD, POULTRY M MASH, BALANCED RATIONS, MEAT OR H . FISH SCRAPS, BONE, SHELL, ETC. It pays to feed your poultry the right food. ; Whole or Cracked Corn, Oats, Barley. M BALED OR CHOPPED ALFALFA, ALSO 1 BALED TIMOTHY. 1 Dry Sound Fir, 12 or 16 inch; Slab and Alder H Wood, prompt delivery. If Seed Corn, Yellow or White Dent, early Minne- H sota, Golden Bantam, Ensilage, Sweet Corn. 1 BLYDENSTEIN & CO. Phone 35 1 TRYING TO SAVE HElt HED MiOTllEH FItOM THE DOPE milllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllIU 1 North Side Homes for Sale I We have listed two of the finest homes in Pendle- 1 ton. If you want a swell place, investigate these. E " ' S We also have three modern bungalows on the , North side, prices are right. Ch&s. E. Heard, Inc. f 635 Main St See Me Before the Fire. Phone 477 1 SlllIIIIIIIIIII!!llllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli1 f i : ill '( .C: X' ) I t - f s 3 Tlio LotCMt IMrltlon. A ploawunt and putrlntlc meeting of country editorn In londleton Silt "rdny wan only marred by the llull doKRer ed., who persisted In 'but- tlnB In'' until tossed out of the com nierlcul club window by the lender man. with the approval of his esteem ed colleague". Weston Leader. Ho Mill Hail Knouitlt to Cover Ills. Itotroat, There is a good deal of mystery sur rounding the disappearance of the hut and coat ot Harry Leady last week. When he came to work one away with the story If the Pilot Rock and lid, he explained that - he had hearkened to the call for clothes for the Belgians. He might , have got away with the story if tho Polit lock stage driver hadn't driven up and In quired who the young Pendleton fel low was who left the Rock so hurried ly that he forgot his hat and coat. Sonio State God built the State of Oregon Nor , ever built a greater: He mix't It down ten thousand feel. and poured it through a crater. He built Mt. Hood, and called It good, for sign post unto mammon. Then Just to show what he could do, he built a Chinook salmon. Xo other could have made this fish; No other would be able: Unless he swiped Ambrosia from good old' St. Peters table. A wise guy came from Cambridge town to Oregon, where cash Is, And soon as he had seen our soil, he yelled Volcanls Ashes. Ho camped, where Umatilla's fields spread out in golden splendor, And jumped so high at this fair sight, he busted one suspender. On Catharine Cceek he passed a week his praise was waxing louder, And only paused to hitch his drows. before starting for the North Powder. Of soil he took a, pinch and ,taste; He recognized the odor. Then yelled as tho a bee had bit "The Alkali is Soda." This wose old guy from Cambridge town, in writing a synopsis Of Oregon, Just took his pen ' and jotted down, "where crops is." Said I "old man," say if you can. you claim to run a college. Art full of runes and valley prunes, or are you puffed fith knowledge? Your girth Is great and wide your pate which indicates much learning. TIs me which is the greatest State, to know I have a yearning." He bowed his head In deepest thought, I thought he had forgotten Said he. "compared to Oregon all other lands are rotten." By Silver Gray. Gentlemen You can now purchase your sprint? togs, seeing that the ladies have theirs. Do you know where to buy them? We have a splendid line of new, nifty spring: suits and can give you very exceptional value at $12.50, $14.75, $17.50, $19.75 and $24.75. . The new shades in Hats are only $2.98, $3.49 and $3.98. A wonderful line of Spring Caps await you at 49c, 98c, $1.25, $1.49, $1.69. WE IEAD, AND OTHERS FOLLOW Incorporated J 1 1 h n 7""" -I w m jt w t p m z Ralph Moorcs of Salem, a' mem ber of the last course, is remaining in Eugene at the request of Lieutenant Jeremiah to assist in instructing the new men who have Just entered. The course will be ' considerably larger than any heretofore given,' hence tho additional member of the ordance faculty. The course as originally outlined, was to include eighty-five men, but according to Lieutenant Jeremiah, a good many of these have been reject ed at Vancouver. The exact number of men In the course has not as yet been definitely determined. , FOR. SALE ' 670 acres close to town, S00 acres of same fine bottom land, good Improvements, 200 now In grain, balance alfalfa. 108 acres on tho river, 40 acres in alfalfa, house, barn and orchard. Will take house and lot In Pendleton In ex change. 300 acres fine foothill land, 90 acres in grain, house, barn and orchard, some alfalfa, no bocter. land in Orcgom 9 hoilses on North Bide of Pendeton, four of them strict ly modern. 720 acres, BOO of same seeded to wheat, price $25 per acre. Lease on 480 adjoining it trans ferred free of charge. Will sell outfit, good horses and machin ery to run it, at reasonable price. Will give terms to right party. I cannot call out prices and details on all these ranches. You make a big mistake If you do not investigate. I will tell you, and show you, E. T. WADE, Temple Bldg., Pendleton, Ore. DENTISTRY DR. DAVID B. HILL Room 1 Judd Bldg. NOTICE March first I will occupy the rooms vacated by Dr. Temple. Room 12 Temple Bldg., Phono 416 Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee Advances. The kaiser is a low-down mutt, And we are out to do him; Let's make advances on him. but Make no advances to him. Automobiles and Gas En gines Repaired. STAR GARAGE Corner LUlcth and Alta Streets. Prices Reasonable. Phone S92-W GIVE US A TRIAL DALE ROnrWKLL Optometrist and Optician Qlassea ground and fitted. Twelve yean experience. American National Bank Building Pendleton. BUY THAT 'reo TODAY Pendleton Auto Co. Kslublished 1S07 vRS. 3EKTUOO BONN IN i Mrs. Oertrud Bonnln, of Zit-Kala- i Sa, as she is known to her people, is j in Washington trying to secure legis lation forbidding' the use of the peyoto ( amongst the Indians. Mrs. Bonn in, who is a Sioux, says the Indians are i rapidly becoming drug addicts. The peyoto Is a species of cactus and those , who use it are afflicted with halluci- nations. Its use results In physical and mental degeneracy. Mrs. Bonnln, whose husband is Lieutenant Raymond T. Bonnin. U. S. A., is a graduate of Carlise and has spent most of her life in social work among her people. Lieutenant Bonnin is also a full blood ed Indian. ' xi Fourth Ordnance Class j Delayed in Opening; - j Large 'Ihsh llld I in Vancouver ' AwuitlitK AHHiiranc-c of I'niformtf I and Kquipmciit. : UNIVERSITY OK OREGON, Ku' gene. March IS. Due to delay in the equipment f the fourth ordnance course at the University, classes were postponed until today when the first will start. Up to a late date tho last of the week, there were but few men of the eighty-five on the campus ready to begin work. Before entering this course, the men are being fully equip ped with uniforms at Vancouver bar racks. Heretofore men entering have : been enlisted, -but have not received their uniforms until they reached the camp to which they are assigned. Lieutenant C . Jeremiah, director of the course, expects to start in actu- ' al class work today. Drill work has been going on during the past week for the men who have been outfitted and sent to Kugene, under Kergeant Vernon Fairley, drill sergeant nt Cump Meade. Midland. Announcing the arrival of "Siylish Stout" Suits for Women. HERE'S GOOD NEWS to women of larger pro portions who generally experience difficulty in finding a "stylish suit" to fit their figure. . Sizes 43, 43'J( 45, 45, 47 and 49 in smart mod els, tailored in serge, tri cotine, gabardine and poplin : navy, blues, !?reys, tans, clays and blacks. These suits come from one of America's fore most tailors of stout sizes and a "try-on" will convince you they are just the garments you have wanted. $35.00, $42.50, $45.00, $47.50 and $55.00 Suit. Exclusive Women's Apparel THE PENDLETON AUTO WRECKING CO. Pendleton, Oregon Can supply you with parts for most any make ot car In this vicinity nt vary reasonable prices ' Telephone 476 546 Main Street ElElJl - IN SMITH-CRAWFORD BUILDING Phone Mr. Smith 404 I HIMiiltwi wyaliaMatJIjMdi 1 lOUT i. -it am . GOOD business men give as much thought and investiga tion to the purchase of a truck as they do in buying stocks and bonds for a truck is an investment. F-W-D trucks pay dividends in extra life, extra efficiency, continuous service and economy of upkeep. These facts are easily explained and demon strated to the satisfaction of everyone. The construction is so simple and the principle so obvious that no mechanical knowledge is neces sary to understand why F-VV-D trucks are depend able, durable and economical. rue ks employ the principle of four wheel drive that is power transmitted to the front asjwell as the rear wheels. This equalized power divides the strain be tween the front and rear axles divides the wear on tires equally allows an equal distribution of load all of these conditions meaning added liiejeJ!dency and dependability Oregon Motor Garage m tin hi. ! v. -i Incorporated.