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FACT! ETGITT
JgATgr EAST OREG0NIAW, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8,
OVER THE NORTHWEST
Country Shoulders
Country Butter
Shoulders, well cured, fresh from the coun
try, pound, 30c
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Country Butter, fresh and sweet, full
weight, roll 85c
Fresh Ranch Eggs ; Water Glass.
We Pay 32 Cents for Fresh Eggs
MOUNTAIN POTATOES, SACK $1.00
GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO.
J GUARD COiMPAMES MAY
5 BE MERGED 1,1 OREGON
i - -
S.Single State Division With
g Colonel Leader as
1
Commander.
Two Phone, 28.
"QUALITY
823 Main St,
3
PORTLAXlS Or. May S That the
many units of the Home Guard ' In
Oregon will soon be mustered into a
single state division merging for the
Increased facility '"of training and
availability as a ' cohesive military
force Is indicated by those In touch
with the general plana of the State
Council of Defense.
It is understood that Governor
Wlthycombe has recommended such
rI action ana tnat me preliminary piana
Kj present the numerous Home Guard
ft ' organizations have been little more
V than local militia companies, which
lacked common leadership while be
fi i Ing at the disposal of the state.
! It is definitely stated that Colonel
I John Leader, of the Royal Irish
! Rifles, now commander and lnstruc-
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tor of the University of Oregon stu
dent battalion, has been offered the
command of the unified Home Cluard
division by Governor Wlthycombe
and has signified his willingness to
accept If no other candidate presses
forward for the appointment.
La Grande After I. V. W. '
' LA QRANOB, Ore., May 8. The
same group of business men that ad
vertised two ctlsens recently ,In the
now famous "slacker ad" today ad
opted resolutions throwing the busi
ness support of La Grande behind the
local authorities in stamping out I. W.
W. agitators.
Ilia; Oust to Room.
ASTORIA Or.. May 8. official no.
tlce was issued today by Colonel Ellis
commanding the' defenses at the
mouth of the Columbia, that artillery
target practice with the big guns
will commence at the forts at 8:45
Monday morning and continue during
the daylight hours until completed.
Plant Blows I'p.
BILLINGS, Mont., May 8 W. W.
Walter, superintendent of the Swan
son Torpedo ' Company plant, four
miles front Greybull, Wyo., and
Charles Gerard, well-shooter In the
employ of the company, were killed
by a terrific nltro-glycerln at the plant
early this morning, according to word
received here.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
to ask questions of our tellers and officers
in regard to any of your financial or busi
ness affairs that puzzle you.
The benefits of our experience is equally
at the service of patrons of small and large
means.
Hie AMERIGAtl NATIONAL BANK
Pendleton, Oregon
"Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon"
We advertise and offer Wr Savings Stamps for sale. ,
21
Daily Chats With
the Housewife
'
VILAT REALLY MATTERS.
Mr. Louis Parker, the eminent
English dramatist, recently pen-
ned a stirring message to the
front on behalf of the British
people. The last two lines read:
"In God's name, what are eggs
and tea
Compared with final victory?''
Wllo Should Eat the Substitutes, We
or Tlioy?
There is a scanty supply of wheat
In the world's bin. Somewhere the
deficit must be made up. France
has again cut down her bread ration
to about two-thirds of that heretofore
Rice with Cheese Sauce
Cucumber and Radish Salad with
French Dressing
Fruit Barley Hermit Cakes
Dinner.
Tomato Soup
Roast Beef Escalloped Potatoes
Spinach.
Ripe Olives
Grape Juice Gelatin
Wheatless Wafers (Cornmeal or
' . Oatmeal.)
ON WAXY TO MAKE
RAID BY HIMSELF
An interesting story of American
initiative and daring is told by Dr.
Morton Prince, in charge of the Bu
reau of Information and Welfare for
Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors In
maintained. Since bread constitutes France, in a statement made public
over one-half of the diet of the French 'yesterday. .
nation, this is a greater denial even) "The morale of our soldiers, as 1
than it sounds. naw for myself," writes Dr. Prince, "l
Shall we say to those women In j wonderful! Not only are they full of
France: "You are used to burdens courage, rcudy to fiKht, even those
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Seed Corn
j! Yellow and White Dent, Early Minn., Golden Ban- g
tarn, Sweet Ensilage.
f NETTED GEM SPUDS.
A For best Egg Production use BIydenstein's Poultry i
g Mash. We sell Meatscraps, Shell, iione, etc., Jscratch- g
food, Chickfood. p
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and sacrifices after three years of it
Yo so ahead and take on this one.
too?"
Or shall we.look upon this neces
sary re-adjustment of diet aa the very
smallest of war burdens and gladly
spare them this?
Who can do It with the last Incon
venience they who are dependent
on precarious shipping for their ce
reals, meats, and fats, or we who
who are only two days out of the
trenches anxious to go back, but ac
tually happy like college boys at a
football game, all .smiling and laugh
ing and anxious to get at the Hoches
again.
'A lieutenant of the U. 8. A. told
me the following: 'He had just come
back from the trenches. He and his
colonel were walking up a communi
cating trench, to the first line trench
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have plenty of non-wbeat grains and when he saw ahead of him what he
an ample amount of other substitute
' foods?
Who can do It more easily they
i who are paying 8100 to 8135 a ton for
coal or we who still have. In compar
' lson with them cheap and plentiful
fuel?
i Who can do it more easily they
whose Incomes are reduced by war o
we who have enough to pay the in
creased cost of the wheat substitutes
took to be a queer animal, something
he had never seen before. He thought
it a bear. His colonel said: 'Wait a
minute'; then taking out his pistol he
tiptoed to the animal, seized it by the
back of the neck and found it to be an
American soldier, crawling on all
fours. He had a potato bag on his
back filled with bombs, which he had
stolen, and leaving his command with
out orders he was going over No Man's
Land to make a raid all by himself
Phone 351
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1 WAR SAVINGS STAMP $4.15
WITH one of the BEST RESIDENCES
1 IN PENDLETON $3004.15
5 .
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Chas. E. Heard, Inc. f
I 635 Main St Phone 477 f
"SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE" 1
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Who can do it more easily those
women of England and France who are, and smash the llochea single-hand
in the fields and factories carrying on led.
the work of their men, or we who are
still In our homes?
their
' Upon your decision depends
efficiency In this warour war.
Here are suggestions for three
meals without any wheat flour:
BreakraMt.. . ...
Corn Flakes with Sliced Bananas
Eggs Hashed Brown Potatoes
Oatmeal Muffins Jelly
Lunch.
"That story combines about as many
American traits as are capable of be
ing combined."
BOY. 5, FA MS OFF BRIDGE
AND GRABS LIVE WIRES
Daglca Over Railroad Till He Tumbles
Mortally Hurt.
NEW YORK, May 8. Henry
Schaeffer. five, of Xo. 1522 St. Law-
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
Do You Need a Cheap Car?
WE HAVE
a few real good bargains in Used
Cars. You can find what you want
here.
BUICKS
AITERSONS
FORDS
FRANKLINS
PRICED RIGHT FOR QUICK SALE
Pendleton Auto Co.
Established 1907.
'WO THCJY CC PftlTrciX I HHD TH OOX3 OH er1.
WOTMOR TIM3 I WAT
.
NEW "SPORTY SILKS"
Just the classiest patterns you have ever laid your eyes upon. The most
beautiful tones in plaids, stripes, checks and plain colors. Taffetas are the
most popular. Can you find as reasonable prices anywhere as these? .
Yard Wide Taffetas, yard $1.69, $1.89
Yard Wide Plain Taffetas, yard $1.49
All Shades Crepe De Chines, yard $1.25, $1.49
Georgette Crepes, yard , .
I Jffht Tub Silks, varrl . . :
Imported Pongee Silks, yard '
BUY THRIFT STAMPS WE HAVE THEM.
row CAN
DO BETTER
AT
Incorporated
89c,' $1.19
WE LEAD,
and OTincrta
FOIiLOW
SIT EOKN THene, JOHNSON, ANT3 THIN VP JUST ON6
STOKY I WHICH TOU "te rQT tmc He?3, ve IN
which xou o hot Ftcuree as th lutsesx cink that
eiAiR. wo iow thoi viicoi:;
rence avenue, the Bronx, was playing
"follow the leader" about 5 o'clock
last night with his eight-year-old
brother Robert, and four other boys
on the viaduct over the tracks of the
New York, New Haven and Hartford
Railroad at Tremont.and Rosedales
avenaes.
He climbed up to the six foot wall
and started to walk long the two- and-a-half
toot ledge. He suddenly lost
his balance and toppled off. In fall
ing, he grabbed the high-pressured
feed wires below. t
Passengers waiting at the West
chester station and a patrolman near
by tried to reach him, but they were
powerless to aid. He hung there anoul
four minutes, flames shooting about
his hands, when they burned to tho
elbows and he dropped to the platform
of the station below.
Passengers quickly picked up the
lad and carried him Into the waiting
room and summoned an ambulance
from Fordhom hospital. Dr. Berlin
rushed him to that hospital in a seri
ous condition. It was said at the hos
pital that nearly all his blood was
dried up by the high-powered currents
and that he was not expected to live.
The hog Is not as poetical as the
eagle, but Just now he means a great
deal mofe In a practical way to the
nation.
8I1H WILL HKLP YOl' Bl'Y
A WAK SAVING STAMP
' MAOQC? EVANS
Little Madge Evans, whose acting In
moving pictures has cheered many
hundreds of thousands, has found an
Our "Change of
Ownership" Sale
IS THE TALK OF ALL PENDLETON
Hundreds of women are saving money daily,
selecting their garments from our New Stock
at great reductions.
NEWEST SUITS AT
$17.95, $22.75, $29.50, $32.50, $34.75, $37.95 up.
SILK DRESSES AT
$16.95, $19.75, $21.50, $24.75,-$29.50 and up,
ALL COATS REDUCED, WAISTS REDUCED,
SWEATERS REDUCED, SKIRTS
REDUCED.
PENDLETON, OREGON
original way to sell war saving !
tumps. Khn has decided that every,
pne who writes for her autograim !
photograph, sending her 20 cents as j
thousands do, shall get the picture
and also a bonk with a tf cent stamp,
pasted in as a starter. Bo, for 2b 1
cents you can get Madge's autograph
ed photograph and start toward help- I
Ing the American government win the :
War. (
DALE ROTTIWELL 1
Optometrist and Optiotaa
Eyes Scientifically '
examined.
Glasses ground to fit.
American National Bank Building. !
Pendleton.
Til
I like M
wheatless Vj
days! .I
JUST GIVE ME A
PostToastiesI
CM3DE OP CORN) '
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I For the Lover , of All
Good Things
1 WHITMAN'S
I CANDIES
I ARE THE BESf
1 Take a Box Home With
You. I
I I
Tallman & Co. g
Leading Iruggia.
- we advcrtloe and offer War Bav.
S lugs Stamps forale with every
S purchase, X
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FOR SALE
1917 Model.
Run only 3000 miles.
Call Oregon Motor
Garage
Automobiles and Gas En
gines Repaired.
STAR GARAGE
Qrncr LllleUt and Alta Streets.
Prices Reasonable. Phone 191-W
GIVE US A TRIAL
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronle and Nervous Diseases and
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Eloo-
tro Therapeutics.
Temple IUilg., Room 12, Pb.no 4it
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Motor Trucks
Will Help Win
the War,
(The following quotation Is from a resolution passed by the
Council of National Pefense.)
"The Council, of National Dcfenso approves the
widest possiblo use of the motor truck us a transpor
tation agency, and requests the State Councils of De
fense and other Stato authorities to take all necessary
steps to facilitate such mcutis of transportation, re
moving any regulations that tend to rcstrlot and dis
courage such use.'
Got Your Motor Truck Now and U-t a Uood Cue.
CANT BE BEAT.
We can make prompt delivery.
Oregon Motor Garage
INCORPORATED
117, lie, 131, 181 West Court St. Telephone 448
WE SELL WAR SAVINGS AND TURIFT STAMPS.
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