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PAGE EIGHT DATLY EAST OREGON! AN, FENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1918. I I L HOME GROW STRAWBERRIES The rtrtt Crle of the Season Received This Morning. LARGE FANCY HOME GROWN BERRIES . iiu.v aso - Home Grown AHwrniis, pound ISO New Potatoes, pound JSVjO Hunch. Jtwts, bunches ". SSo Itum-li Carrots, il bunches -to IUiD4-h Turning, 3 bnnohcsi , , 5c rurrtey. bum-h Green Onions, 3 bunches . . 10o Green Peas, pound 15o Cucumbers, each S3c Ripe Tomatoes, pound SOo Mead Leurt head iOo . hpinarh, 3 pound 25o 1-kirida Grains Fruit .... lthuluirb IienKHU , " Oranges Bananas When yon order from us remember yon set the best the market affords, second grade vegetables and fruits are high at an)' price. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. EAST OREGON I AN SPECIAL NEWS OF UMATILLA CO. Two Phones, 28. "QUALITY 823 Main St, ! 1 IHOHOR GUARD DICE ENJOYABLE SUCCESS PiiitnnmtmimmtiwiitttiiiiiMHtftiiiHnniiHtitniiHiiiiititiMiiiiiiMittiitHttiitHiH'3; We Particularly Wish to Emphasize the fact, that when our depositors need ac commodation and can satisfy us as to the security offered, we are alwaya pleased to extend it to them without any long delays or red tape. We cordially invite you to consult our of ficers regarding your banking require-, ments. TUG Af IERIGAN NATIONAL BANK ' Pendleton, Oregon "Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon" We advertise and offer War Savings Stamps tor sale. ?;tiiiiiiiut(iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiia:iT YOU NEED LIABILITY INSURANCE If you are employing help on your farm or else where, because someone is always getting hurt and you have an endless amount of expense and worry. OUR NEW LIABILITY POLICY assumes all of this expense and worry and pays the judgments where obtained, for which the as sured is Uable. Let us tell you about it for the cost is smalL THE BENTLEY-GRAHAM INS. AGENCY J. M. ftentley. Pres. John E. Montgomery, .Vlce-Prea, H. N. Graham, Secy.-Treaa. IS Main St Phone 404 We advertise and offer War Savings Stamps for sale with every - purchase. 1 iiiiiimiiiiiiititiiiiitiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' $4.15 I I WAR SAVINGS STAMP WITH one of the BEST RESIDENCES 1, IN PENDLETON $3004.15 Echo Correspondent Gives News of That and Other Events (East Cn-egonlan Special.) ECHO, May 14. The dance given here on Friday night by the - Echo Girls' Honor Guard was the most en joyable affair given in Echl. since so many of 'our boys' went to the front. The spacious hall was tastefully deco. rated with 'the colors' and banks of green branches from the woods, A large crowd was present, a number coming from Pendleton, Nolln. Stan- field, Hermlston, Umatilla and But ter Creek. The music was furnished by Sawyer's orchestra. The girls had the entire management of the affair lnd made it a success in every way. The net proceeds were 1 4 7. The play "Between , Acts,' which was presented here In the city hall by the Echo high school seniors was again staged last 'Saturday night at the new school house at Pine City. An appreciative audience was In attend a nee. The proceeds went to the Echo high school treasury. - Mrs. Claude Sloan returned Mon day morning from a ten days' visit in Seattle and Portland- While in Seat tle she attended the convention of the northwest division of the Ameri can Red Cross, being a delegate from the Echo auxiliary- She reported a very interesting and profitable time. There were delegates v-present from Alaska, Idaho, Washington and Oregon- , -. . Mrs. S. E. Mlkesell spent yesterday In Pendleton visiting with her son, Basil Mlkesell. Claude Sloan returned home Sun day from a business trip to Idaho. Mrs. Sadie Elder and little daugh ter Jewell, expect to leave tomorrow for Sacramento, Cal., on a visit to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Polly. A. D. Wright returned home Sun day -from a business tvlp to Portland. Mrs. A- M. Aaron returned Satur day from Rainier, Ore. Miss Qpal Cailison was here from Pendleton on Friday evening to at tend the dance. While here she was the guest of Miss Esther Schull. Mothers Day Was Observed at Adams . With Good Program (East Oregonlan Special.) , ADAMS. Or., May 14. Being'1 en joyed under the capable leadership of Rev- J. J- Tickner, Sunday was Moth er's Day and a great time was had at the church. Rev. Tickner preached a very inspiring and touching sermon on "Mother." Over ninety were pres ent at Sunday school. Special music was provided for the church service, being solo. Mrs. Alex McKenzte; duet. Professor Yoder and Miss Jessie Chesnut, entitled "If You Know of a Heart." from the operetta "Sylvia"; solo. Mrs. p. O- Richard son, "Those Beautiful Hands." and solo A; C Todcr. The tennis court at the school bouse has been gone over so it Is in shape for playing. Mr. and Mrs. a. M. Morrison and family motored to Bingham Springs Sunday Miss Jessie chesnut was a business visitor at the county seat Monday. Miss Nifoo Darr spent the weekend at Walla Walla. Miss Mamie Kameman was In Pen dleton Saturday- The Adams baseball team composed of Otis TUeuallen, catcher; Paul Lieu- alien. Frank La Fave, pitcners; Bert Lavadore, first baseman; Lyle Mcln- tyre: second baseman; aa waimn, short itfpp; Garth Stoll. third base man; Roy Ferguson, i-erry uaser ana Jim Painter, fielders, played and won the game from the Finn boys Sunday by a score 'of 9 to 3. The game was very one-sided. ; d " A. E. Voder sang a solo at the Christian Endeavor at Milton Sun. day evening. Mrs. Charles Bunch spent several days last week visiting relaives in Milton. Mr. and Mrs. John Bunch visited relatives In Adams Sunday. Mrs. EllaBnwllng entertained with a dinner on the lawn Sunday, her sis ter," Mrs. Dr. McMaul and her Sunday school class of Pendleton. A very en Joyabe afternoon was spent. A robm on Main street has been fixed up for a Red Cross sewing room. The first hotirs were BPent in It last Friday afternoon. A inrge crowd of ladles were present to do their bit for their couetry. Mr. and Mrs. L- I. Lleuallen and children and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. To der and daughter, Mary, motored to Milton Sunday. J. T. XJeunllen presented , to .. the Baptist chtuch of Adams a beautiful new communion' table. . . Mrs. Jack Baker and spn. Perry, were visitors in Pendleton Saturday- Steady work is now being done on the new school, house. The laying of cement and putting up a structure is now being done. Those taking the 8th tirade exams this year are John Hales in all the subjects; Alice tfttoll, Wilma Boyer, Frank Dames, Rnwlind Morrison, Wendell Mcintyre, Ted Ohms and ltoy Marlow in ' Geography; . and the sixth graders who are,, are Helen Boyer, Charles Stewart, Martha Stoll Burl Edwards and Genevieve Dames will take the phyniology exams. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Egeers of Athena were In town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyer and daugh ters, Wllma and Helen, spent Sunday on the river. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krebs were in Pendleton Saturday. The Adams school will close May 17th. A most successful year has come to a close. 1 1 The teachers for next year have al so been chosen. Principal. A. E. Yoder; 7th and 8th grades, Miss Nellie Darr; Intermediate room, Miss Sars- ley; primary, Mrs. Yeager, Miss Ches nut having resigned. 'The Misses Dorothy and Alice Stoll spent Sunday with Mrs. Jane Wallan. Mr. and Mrs- Winn were In Pendle ton Saturday- STANFIELD WILL HAVE ANOTHER GARAGE SOON Work on New Concrete Building' to Commence ' This Week. (East Oreg'onlan special.) STAN FIELD,-May 14. Slater and Ramey -will commence the erection of a concrete tr&race this week. It will have a hundred foot frontage on Main street and when finished will be one qt the' beau and moHt up to date garages in Umatilla county, - Air- and Mrs. John Keavert are re ceiving felicitation on the arrival of a ten pound son at their home. The young man arrived Sunday. J. P- Lwthian. returned to his home In Pendleton Sunday after a few days here attending to business affairs. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Huff of Pendle ton have moved into the Albon house and will make this their future home. Mr. and Mrs. W. Q, O'Sullivan re turned the first of the week from an extended trip in central Oregon. They also spent some time In Portland. Rev. Faucett preached a most In teresting baccalaureate sermon Eun- day to a large and appreciative con gregation. Ir. H. W. Coe returned to his home In Portland Friday after spending Chas. E. Heard, Inc. 1 635 J-Iain St. Phone 477 "SEE ME BEFORE THE FIRE' iiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiK' WE DO NOT ADVISE YOU TO BUY A CAR FOR PLEASURE ONLY. BUT IF YOU NEED A CAR TO KEEP YOUR BUSINESS GOING, THAT'S DIFFER ENT. Farmers must have cars to operate their ranches at high est efficiency. A Reo Car Will Fill the Bill. OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE knoeu FOR HIS Of THAT JoWr TMCP ArAY Cv WOW imcntaS A COOK!-HAR.-KAM Those 'Children--- , Do they need attention? They like to be dressed up the same as you do. We have clothes for them for any occasion. Play clothes or dress up clothes. At our reasonable prices you can dress them at such a small expense, w IU-d Trimmed Play Suits. 79c, 89o Rompers , 49o Gingham Dresses , . Dtki, l.2, $1.49 Wash Suite 880, 1.30, tt.4 Children's Hats....... alio, 40c, Vtte, 1.49, 1.0 Sateen Bloomers ..................... 39c, 49o Roys' Stockluffs 25c. 33o irl1 Stockings 25c, 85c Hoys' Kneo Pants. .... 4o, 69c, 0c, $1.25, $1.4B Boys' Suits S3.98, $1.98, C3.50, 5.00, $6.50 BUY THRIFT STAMPS WE HAVE THEM. rotJ cax DO BETTER AT WE LEAD, AND OTHER FOLLOW 1 Lemon Juice 1 For Freckles Girls! Make beauty lotion at heme for a few cents. Try It! Squeeze the Juice of two lemons lnt-j a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and. complexion lioau tifler. at very, vecy small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will suil? three ounces of orchard white for few pents. Massagu this sweetly fra grant lotion Into the face, neck, armi and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin be comes. Yes! It Is harmless. several days here. While here he leas ed his ranch "Campone"' to Crls Ruber. ' ':- The Follyanna Knitting Club gave a Maypole dance Friday evening In the auditorium, which was a very pretty affair. They realised 140 which will go to the keeping of a French or phan. . ' Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Philips enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Herb Strohm ot Hermlston Sunday. " POPULATION IS NOT FRIENDLY TO CZAR JLTRICH, May 13- The Frankfurter Zeltung's Crimea correspondent, vis. King LMnbler castle where Russia's Romanoffs are imprisoned, declared that it Is guarded by 25 soldiers arm ed with rifles who are sworn to pro tect them and pevent their escape. Archduke Nicholas In refusing an in terview, said: "I have nothing to say." It is said the population li most unfriendly towards the Romanoffs. Buy liberty bonds, obey the law be frugal and cheerful and listen to no seditious talk. Thus may one's days be long in the land. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiir Wo advertise and offer War Savings Stamps for sale with every S purchase. I WE I The AVE IT! Biggest Stock of IN THE CITY Phone 178 SMYTHE-LONERGAN COj Quality Quantity Service g iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiH DALE ROTHWEUj . Optometrist and Optician Eyes Scientifically examined. Glasses ground to fit. American National -Bank Pendleton. - Building. A Iraje iwe wry deep fbll of foul di eharge. AKonralidartnorettatnicht. Ttwn just a few drops of the icentie, cooling llqukt, D.IX1X Irritation and pin rone. Sweet, 10 freabinir ileep at nirht. In du tinM,comp)et4 care. We vuaranU D.D.U. ' IjUP II 'IX J LD. Tfie Lictuid Wash TALLMAN CO.' 31 Top!!! rjpte7 ABELBER ' Wardrobe Trunk WHAT a convenience it is in traveling! Its efficient hangers on easy-running trolleys hold suits, dresses and overcoats smooth and unwrinkled, ready to wear without re-pressing at the end of your trip! Then are convertible bat draw er made to accommodate large J ur uiiui inns, TOtnpurtizieiiu or bags for shoes, drawers for your other things ail instantly ac cessible when the trunk is opened. You really need DO closet or dresser while away. Come in and note their style, convenience and reasonable prices. Price $30 to $65 . Automobiles and Gas En gines Repaired. STAR GARAGE Corner LiUeth and Alta Burets. Prices Reasonable. Phone I92-W GIVE US A TRIAL Dr.' Lynn K. Blakeslee Chronic and Nervous Diseases and Diseases of Women. X-Ray Eleo- tro Therapeutics. Temple Illdg., Iloom 12, Pbone 4it H. A. (Lon) Williams Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER in the Republican ' Primary, May 17. Your yote and influ ence respectfully solicited ' (Paid Adv.)! f What E3 B V TLIU.'GGCS are ' DENBY 1 ton truck will carry 2y tons. DENBY 2 ton truck will carry 5 tons. , DENBY 3 ton truck will carry 8 tons. Now! if these trucks were 21&, 5 and 8 ton trucks, we would advertise them as such, but we advertise facts only. We have 1, 2 and 3 ton trucks built for com plete load with a factory guarantee. Buylftg a truck Is not buying a demonstration. It Is buying a truck for SERVICE. That's what weSKLU $8000.00 stock of Denby parts, Pendleton and Walla Walla. A ffve pamenRer FoM will carry 10 or 12 people on a dem onstration trip, but what would happen to It If It kept It up. Oregon Motor Garage 1 1 ixconponATED 111 West Court St. 117, lit, 121, IM West Court St. Telephone sSS WE SELL WAR SAVINGS AND TUTU FT STAMPS. It t - i t Pendleton Auto Co. Established 1907.