DAILY EAST OREGON1AN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1918.
ECHO ERUSTED: IN '
GIVEN DANCING PARTY
It Pays to Trade ai Pmaletor
BECAUSE, it offers values not to be found elsewhere in Pendleton. Our immense early purchases make it possible for us to sell goods
regularly, every day, for just about what they cost wholesale today, and in a great many cases we are actually selling merchandise for
less than the present market price. That's something that the store that bought later can't afford to do. Ve are looking out for your in
terests and when you trade here you are helping yourselves to save on needed goods.
FOR WOMEN OF LARGER
The science of tailoring has evolv
ed a system of measurements that
makes it just as simple for larger wo
men, to be correctly dressed ; as for
their sisters of smaller size. ',. .
i ' In addition to fit, a peculiar meth
( od of emphasizing the long lines and
t minimizing' all others has the eitect
of "slenderizing" the figure of wo
j men whp would find it impossible to
wear any other type of suit. . . ,. ,
Style has not been sacrificed to any
of the above features. The models in
these stylish "stout" suits being just
as attractive as our regular size mod
els; with the same variety of colorings
and fabrics. Our prices range from
$29.50 to $30.00. . , , v .;
t We Are Featuring r.
t They're being used a great
deal and you will appreciate
the unusual beauty of our
new ones., n, t. V-. :s
Here are shown the com
plete camisoles, with lace
points, over; shoulder, ; each,
$1.50. . . , , .
'Others have -pointed in
serts with beading for rib
bons, various . patterns to
choose from, yard 35c up.
They Are Here Di
rect From Maderia
-.. k.T Partes rl.'dhovae.v;:--.-" .'
MORE MOREMORE MORE
We continue to send more good, bargains , to this
popular shopping place. ' '
MORE VAiy GOODS
i 7c Per Yard VP.
Priced iM to .4
MOKK ME.VS SHIRTS
81e-rSfft Collars c
MORE IXtW SHOKS ' '
tl.TS All kinds 3.17
MORE COTTOX ItEM.VVXTS
Priced 1-3, 1-2, 1-4.
MORE KNIT COATS
Belted and Shirred Backs.
MORE BOYS' PAXTS
8c For touch wear 880
MORE WHITE SHOES
For tho whole family.
These and hundreds of "Other Godd "Bargains in
the Bargain Basement.
KAYSER OUTSIZE VESTS
Gauze weight lisle thread
in the extra . large .. sizes,
each .. 35c, 65c
OUTSIZE UNION SUITS
for Women. '
Gauze weight, low neck,
sleeveless, tight knee styles,
per suit . . .". .......... . 50c
i i s m i vi m .'f - -mi m r. 1 1
New hand embroidereds1
eyelet JVladena em
broidered : pieces. As
one woman expressed it
after looking at them:
'IPerfectly . beautiful.'
You will think so too.
There are luncheon,
cloths, centers, handker
chief holders, card table
covers scarfs, babies'
dresses, napkin ' cases
bonnets, baby carriage
covers, etc. Ail em-
proidered on pure linen.
Best of all the prices are
exceedingly small. See
them in our Art Dept.
IF YOD ARE LOOKING FOR Cl'KTAIX MATKIHAIjS Oil 1XTK1U
' - ' ' OK'IMtAPEIUES
youiiould not overlook our special drapery department where you
can see the materials arranged, matched, etc., under perfect daylight
conditions. Here are shown the exclusive ,
COLOXIAIj DHAPEIKS AND QUAKER CRAFT LACE NETS
for Teal home beautifying. 'Look at our book of eMga'esMoney It will be
helpful. Prices are moderate and if you so desire will make up dra
peries for you at a nominal charge. ' VO,l"" - '
Stites Leaves Soon for Ser
vice in Navy; Other
. News Told.
THE DEMAND FOR SILK TASSELS
is the largest we have had In years, "we have silk tassels in the dif
ferent styles and sizes, every color to match your dj-ess materials.
from, each luc to Mlo
Metal Tassels, (iold and Silver t 25c to Sue
DO YOUR DUTY!
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
;rmtWJE10NS -CREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
J WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE tM
" DO YOUR DUTYU
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
(East Oregonlan Special.)
BCHl, Way 8. A plennnnt dancing
Party aa given Moniulay evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. O- I Palm-
er In honor of Louis Stites, who has
i enlisted In the navy and expects to
j leave for service in June. A' large
number was present and all had a
; guod time.
. Mrs. It. H. Holmes, who has been
visiting several weeks past in Walla
Walla, Is now In Eho for a short stay
before going on to Raymond, Wash.,
for the summer. Mr. and Mrs,
Holmes arc stopping at the Hotel
Mrs, A. M. Aaroh was called to
Rainier, Oregon yesterday on account
of the death .of hor mother. Mrs.
Kirov, who passed away on Monday
morning. . Mrs. .Aaron expects to be
aosent about a .week.
: i1. Miss Zona Houser, who taught ai
Myrlck station the past school year,
is now at itho home of her futher,
2oe JIouHer, of the Meadows'.
Jack Btanfleld left yesterday for
Kugene. whore she will spend the
Junior weok-end at tho University ot
Oregon. He will vlit with friends in
Portland on his return home.
Harry lilflo and wlfo of Wulia
Walla motored down to Keho yester
day on a business visit.
T., i. Matthews of Pendletun, lsca
businoss visitor here. .
Masll Mikcscl went to , I'endleton
last.nlKht. .whero he has a position
t In tho Long Garage. .
! Mrs. ' Ellon Mooney left for Port
land Tuesday after a visit with her
i sister, Mrs, James McLaughlin.
I Mrs. Agnes Wlgle left for her Port-
land home last Friday after an -j
tended visit here , with ,her many
I Carl Gilbert left Tuesday morning
I on a business trip to Huntington.
Ifuniura Come lo (lie Surface. In the
flprinff aa In no other neaHon- They
don't run themselvea all off thnt way.
however, but moHtty remain In the sye-
I tem : H0od"B PrtrsiiHrilla removes
them.: wards off danger, makes good
hearth ure. 5
FREEWATER MAY DAY
PLAY BRINGS $64.50
Proceeds Go to Red Cross;
'. Sends News.
(Kant Oregonian Special.)
HKL1X, May 8, A light fnwt fell
Helix had no mall Saturday, owing
to a freight wreck near Ring station.
Plans have been made to oien the
flour mill Tuesday. May 14-
Do your own
Get a small can of,
ordinary paint and.
a similar can of ,
Apply the two fide by
Ide on tbe lame kind f
surface. . ki
Yon'U see howmnrh farther
Hiob Stamdd roj. i
Tlicn figiire how much leal
paint you'll need if you uaa
IIioh StaXiiabo. f(?
Ask for color card.
Wo advertise atnl orrT
war savings btaiiia fr
Wall Pa,n-r, Glass and PWoro Mould
. in;,-, Painting and Puicr Jlanins.
l. j. n Htm
TIIK ri;CTICAL PAIXT MAX
513 Main SC.
trench ratx In a single nlKht, was Riv
en a medal of honor by King Cleorjfe
hi recommendation of General Haljj
and "hiVuMdld home" bcou of It4
n bruises and bites In its sanguinary
jstmifKio wtth the fierce rodents.
It Is the property of Captain Fur-
ceil Jones of the Itrltlsh army, who
I wan born In Jan Francisco. "
. farms of ITnlon county. On the farm
of Cha. Playle over 100 head of cat
tle and horses were wintered on by
products of a wheat ranch. Forty-
In order to get the latest Informa- (cultural College and IT. S. forest aer five acres of corn and a lot of 40-fold
Hon from the most successful stock- N'lc, constituted the party. 1 wheat straw was fed and the stock
I FARM NOTES BY THE COUNTY AGENT
men of the country, your county agri
culturist attended an itinerary confer
ence in Union county last week.
Ktockmcn from Union -Bakr and
Wallowa counties, county agricultur
ists from four other counties t n )
representatives of " the Oregon Agr-
Oregon experiment station at Union
w here exhaustive experiments In steer
feeding were etuUied. Much valuable
ii. formation from this source will be
Monday was Mpen on .the range of
Senator Walter Tierce where the car-
. , 1 rying capacity has 'been Increased 50
pcr cent since certain methods of ro-
HOOKER'S MESSENGER j 5l
i're!t service explained trie grazing
regulations' In effect on the "national
j forests. "'"- h.f.
! "'The fast day wns; spent on a half
. rhone 522
Calls 15c and up.
dozen of the most successful stock
spring pasturing of winter wheat was
also practiced- The 45 acres of corn
was part of a large field the remain
der of which was In' summer fallow.
From present indications that pan
not make good hay. His success with
silage from peua and barley, and
Theo Keckriu's success with silage
fr6m sweet clover was of interest tf
those from idealities where corn can
not be successfully grown. T
Floyd McKennon says he gets bet
ter results with sheep from a ton ot
alfalfa hay and a ton of silage than
from two tons of alfalfa hay- In other
words slluge costing from $t to 11
to produce Is worth for tho purpose
which was In Corn will produce about j of balancing rations as inuch as $15
the same as the summer fallow. Ac- j hay.
curate tests will be made at harvest The lanibhitr shed of McKennon
The use of the silo was Investigated
on a number of farms- V. J. Town
ley, one of Oregon's pioneer h'hort
horn breeders iys 4 acres will fur
D 14 .an mgchvfeyd .In. tlltvfurm of .sll-
ao as SO acres in tne rorm or nay
He ensiles weedy patches that would
and Coolfge whero a 12' per cent crop
of lambs was produced this year wua
During the month of June a sim
ilar trip is planned which will be de
voted to wheat farming.,. Wheal, farms
of Umatilla Morrow. Gilliam and
Sherman counties will bo visited. A
Will help you with your house cleaning if you
will but send for one.
No stooping to turn on switch.
No chance for dust to wort back out
of the bag.
Light, easy to operate and - trouble
Come in and let us show you how it works.
traflc Power & LigHt Co.
"Always at your service"
day or two will be spent at the Mora
experiment station where more valu
able information on dry fftrming is
obtainable than at any other station
in the west.
WAlfc ALIj TI1K1I
of Service do
YOU Get with
When parts are needed
can you get them "in town"
immediately or do you have
to send away?
When repairs are needed can yon
get the work done by mechanics who
are familiar wtth your make of car?
Is there an established agency for
TOUR car here that you have confi
dence in to carry out its "sale promises-?
Think these points over, then Investigate
MKMI'Hlfl, Tcnn., May 8. Itooze
HmuKglers and whiskey runners in
Mi in phis vicinity have becomo re-il
"bad men." They have been furnish
ing the United HUttes marshals wtth
many thrills und the odds are that a
quantity of hot lead will be spilled in
the very near future.
Although but a year ago, the boot
leggers never dreamed of fight, United
Htates marshals today po armed with
automatic shotguns, far shoot Ing
rifles and revolvers of heavy caliber.
They have been forced to do It In de
fense of their lives.
Week by week the gnngHters who
sell booze have become more danger
ous. They have developed into a class
of dare-devils, far more dangerous to
hunt than the busolic moonshiner in
his mountain lair.
Of the booze-running gangs, twe
are especially dangerous. One of
these operate by use of "stick-up"
tactics. On two notable Instances this
The 'May Day play given by the1
Freewater young people brought " ' ' .
DC for Hed Cross work. I For a season with such a jumpy
School closes on May 17. The Bac- nt.nie spring is disappointingly do lib
ca laureate sermon will be preached ! erate.
on Sunday next at the Christian ' r
church. 1 - - - -
. A mothers meeting will be held on ! TJIK I J l'IUIKNT WOf.N
Mothers' Day at the Haptist church at. The foundation or efficiency lies In
2:30 o'clock, led by Mrs. I,ydlu Altee- la robust, healthy constitution. When
A valuable horse belonging to Carl! HI. weak and suffering from dragging
En fid a hi recently died. flown' pains. Inflammatory and juleer-
tJ. Kurrlo has a new pair of Toledo :iied conditions or dNptacemenL wth
acalcs In his meat market. consentient backache headache ner-
Mlsa Zella Follett, who Is teaching i fondness and "the blues." no woman
In the Mclntyre district east of town, jean be efficient or hardly a, fit corn
was the week-end visitor of MIhj ; ixmbm to live with. If every woman
Let ha A I bee Miss Pollette has two
brothers In tho army.
JjimcH Morrison. 16 year iM son
of Mayor M. 1 Morrison, while crunk
Ing their car Sunday, broke one bone
in his right forearm and dislocated
Mrs. O. V. Dale Is home from a vis
it to Milton.
Mrs- It. Hosier Is home from a visit
Mrs. JS. I Norvrll Is visiting her
purenlH. Kew and Mrs. J. V. Stock
ten, at Freewater.
Mr. and Mrs. Koy I'enland. Miss
Sarah Montgomery and others attend
ed the Duptlst association
at the New Home church.
In this condition would only give that
rnont successful of nil root and herb
remedies. l,yd!a K. l'lnkhani's Vegeta
ble Compound, a trial, sh would mnm
rraeh the gonl of her junbltlon for per.
sonal efficiency. s
E. E. Oelnt Is home from Mlnneap
The V. C. T
At Ihe Holii'ilulioiis of ili'lcuiitlons
from nil tho tiiwus In tho west cud of
the county, I have anttouncrfl myself
cailfliilatn fur fhn ,rfl(.i. nf
jcounly t'ommissionpr on tho llcpub-
im't'llng j liran ticket, subject to the action of
itho voters nt tho Primary Election.
11;iv 17. li1S.
If nomlimted nml elected I promise
V. members sent out ; my best efforts for the whole county.
shipment of arm slings Friday.
The Junior Endeavors spent Sunday
picnicking; at the August Kuper&
ranch two miles north of town-
Tho Christian Sunday school con-
gam; impersonated United Htates mar- j test a trip to Palestine was won by
i. Ii. KCNNINti.
Slaurs ld, Oregon.
shals and baKKed large quantities
booze from other bootleggers.
,-1 I:. V
We keep It out t the shop and on
C. & F. MOTOR CO., lilC.
flow llcda Jtun Ship.
I TOKIO. May 8. How Bolsheviklsm
controls Russia even on the high seas
is illustrated in the case of the Rus
sian steamer Nicolai Belozmeton,
which is controlled by a seaman's
committee of five men, with whom
the captain concurs on all matters of
ship discipline. The steamer operates
at present between Singapore and
Hongkong, but ft touches Manila to
place two seamen In the hospital there.
When the men were pronounced too
ill to work, the seamen's committee
demanded that the ship be taken out
of Its course to Manila. The captain
concurred. The skipper has nothing
to do with the ship except direct navi
gation and arrange cargo. As a re
sult the vessel has not called at a Rus
sian port in five months.
GEHMAXH I'KAV V. S. WIUL VI3f
Only flelief orferetl by Victorious
America. Says I Ui nil turgor.
TOPKKA. Kan.. Mav 7. lovermr
Simon Hamburger of Utah,, a ;ernian
born American declared here today
that "the people of Germnny, millions
of them, are hoping and praying that
America will win tbe war."
"The real people of Ciernifcny. tn
nluves fif autocracy, are bound down by
Iron rule. The only relief offered them
comes from America America victo
rious In this great onflict." he said.
the I'lnk side- The Illues will enter'
tain all Sunday school member Hun j
day afternoon at the church and servt j
cake and Ice cream. j
Iv. Sargent of Attalla was a Sunday'
Mrs. 1 O- I'lemon of Jit ir bank,'
Wash., was a guest at tho Oris wo id ,
home Hunday. I
F. I. Parber, druggist, went to meet
Mrs. fiarber at I'endleton Monday
evening. They will reside on Kolar
street. In the Bryan residence. !
John T. (irlHwold of i'endleton, m-a
ht me Sunday.
Mrs. I .aura fynn of Portland Is vis
iting her sisters, Mrs. J. Kern and
Mrs. J. K- K. King.
rat kiui ku is 1kjmk
SAX FRAN'CISX Calif.. May It
There is a wire-haired fox terrier at
Ht. Francis, a British trench dog on
the western front In France ecently.
which made the record kill of ninety
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In Use For Over 30 Years
Performance has proven the
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tor superior to all other types.
Superior In power. In flexibil
ity, In quietness. In simplicity. In
froedom from carhon troubles.
And the only motor that Im
proves. Instead of deteriorate
wlihuse. M t SiM
Thnt Is why It- Is Important
that you should know the ad.
vantnges of the Knight Motor.
OVERLAND PLNDHTON CO.
IH-alcrs Overland and Uiflys.
Knicht tlitur Can. .
Ill Johnnon HL 1'hone II)
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