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fAG2 EIGHT mTLY EAST Or.SGOKTAS.'FSKPITON, OREGON. MONDAY, JULY 29, 1918. Steel Cut! Coffee Roasted by Chase & Sanborn. Run Through Our Coffee Refiner SPECIAL 150 BLEND, POUND 25c Exclusive Agents in Pendleton for Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Mvl, nil.l COHTK In 1. S. S and S und tin. Whole, Slew tut and for Percolators, also siocially ad apted for after dinner ntffvc C. 8. Oraiwe Pcko Tern, In 1-4, 1-3 and 1 pound tins. ..'. 8. I)akr4 Fired Japan Tea In 1-4. 1-3 and 1 lb. tin. Nothing- beu-er at any prion for bot U or coffee or for Iced Tta and CXrffoc. When you tire of every other brand, try a can ot Seal Brand Coffee. EAST OREGON IAN SPECIAL NEWS OF UMATILLA CO. Terrific Hail and Rain Damages Gardens at Ukiah GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 28 823 Main St Buying at Better Figures appeals to most of the merchants, for it places them in a position to sell at lower prices to the consumer. This means not only a satisfied customer but eventually many new ones. If interested have the officers of the American National explain to you how you can bring this about. MIQSICAN NATIONAL BANS Pendleton, Oregon "Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon (East Oreponian Spcla!. ITKIAH. r Julv 2 t-iuit Tuesday 6veniiur a terrific storm, comuostxl of thunder and lightning, rain and hjit , visited this section of the country and iral nfell In torrents for three or four hours, and streams were running full. And on Bridge creek hail fell at Frank Martin's, completely destroying a fine fj garden for them. The north fork grade was badly washed. There is lots of hay down and If the rain con tinues to fall, there will be some dam- f'a&ed huy. But the late grain is grow jiiig fine a,nd will yet make a good crop, - Lots of the spring sown grain X'i lust up and coming fine. Another heavy rain fell Thursday evening and j J Friday Is as cool as a day in Septem- t A large bunch of cows and calvves , belonging to DHlnrd French passed throuvrh town Tuesday. , fi j r. iesier 01 i-noi uock, was in f c Kian Monaay ana u uesaay mgnt on business. mi. aim Airs, j. l. iirK iiiuue business trip to Alba Tuesday. Mrs. Chris Sturm of Alba waa in X'kith Thursday, selling beef, HfmHIUlftnfMlltHMIIIMItMHinillMinillllTllllllMITIIIflHIHHIMlMfnHtllllMljMirj Mrs, Walter Allison returned from nnaga-tTeeK unursany.. Mr, and Mrs. "William Menus of IS Bridge Creek were in town Thursday 3 on business. I"3j Mrs. Bay McReynolds of Butte, 3, .Montana ana .miss itosc oi i-enaiet ton, left Wednesday for a few days 2 : visit At the J. W. turdicvant farm, j S. Ledgerwood was a business vls- 2 it or In Ukiah Thursday. 3 j Mrs. Hynd and Mrs. George Cald--.5 i well were in town from the Hynd j- ranch Thursday shopping. jSj Tom Willoby of Hidaway was in '3 town Wednesday. Miss Mae Ingram of Bridge Creek Ukiah Wednesday. Creek passed through town Wednesday with a bunch S of beef cattle for the market. j ' Bert Martin, wife and children were 3 visiting in Ukiah Thursday. 3 1 Mrs. William Meengs of Bridge S Creek, is visiting tn town for a few 2 days with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Allison. t , ) The vacant houses In town are be Si ginning to fill up. Tom Ledger wood 3; moved his family to town; Bert Mar 's tin intends to move in soon, and Kd S 'Ingram also Intends to move In a S short time. Every vacant house' will 3 be taken by the time school starts : some time the first of September, xz Abe Martin left for 1'endleton on S business the first of the week, return 5 ing Friday. " Roscoe Shaw and Mr. Conger of S Long Creek were in town Thursday enroute to Pilot Bock with a bunca jof beef oft t tie. j Ed renin of Alba was in town Frl- day -on business. "Miss Frost of Pendleton who has been visiting in Camas Prairie for two weeks returned 1o her home 'Thursday. C. L-orenx was In town Friday trad- ins. I Mrs. Dura Barrett, was In town Friday from the Cturdivant ranch. Charley cturdivant Jr.. ma In town j Friday transacting business, i ..There Is a scarcity of potatoes in ' Ukiah. and Just now a load of hew potatoes would sell quickly. J Rev. Sinclair visited Saturday and Sunday on Bridge creek with Mrs. jSinclair on the homestead. Will McLaughlin of Alba was In town Friday. j Mr .and Mrs. Lester Bolln who have ;been visiting at Spokane for the last month, with Mr. and Mrs. William Holmes, returned to their home near Ukiah Wednesday evening. S was visiting "Wt ;S Al Porter of Long .ii.aiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiJUiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimii F OR SALE AT SPECIAL PRICE IF TAKEN AT ONCE. A good 6 room house with furniture, corner lot, on west Court street, close in, terms. This is a first class buy. See me right now. J. H. ESTES Phone 604 614 Main St Wo advertise and offer War Savings Stamps for sale with every purchase. running again today, 1 The, city is having a C S-4 cyllndor bulldog pump Installed to be driven by a S-hnrse power electric motor. If wis Sutherland of Cove, Ore., vis ited his niece, Mrs. Resale Reese today. Mr. said rs. R. Raymond of Pendleton, parents of Mrs. Reese, accompanied Mr. Sutherland. Mrs. H. Z. Gains returned to her home at Milton this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gains and chil dren left Friday for the .coast via Pendleton aftea, a weeks', visit with Mr. Gains sisters, Mrs. A.' Sondo and Mrs. H. H. Hicks. '.'.. Mrs. M. IV Smith and Mrs. T. II. Ghormley expert to leave Monday tor a two weeks visit In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morrison and sson Douglas of brummond, Idaho, are visiting relatives and friends here. They came by auto. ' " Mrs. Emma Zcuske Is repjairlng her residence in Columbia street. Clifford Kendall is y clerking In Smith Pros, store during Jessie Smiths absence. Mrs. Guest returned today from a four weeks visit to her daughter near Attalia- Thomas Richards Sells Farm Home for $10,000 (East Oregonian Special.) STAN'FIELD. July -29. Thomas Richards has sold his beautiful farm home a mile and a half from town to" Jake "Ruber, who will take posses sion the first of the year. Considera tion about $10,000. Mr. and Mrs . Mortimer Webster left PundiY for their homa 'n Fargo. X. I., af;er spending the past six rstnths tiore. Mrs. Mfn-p Spencer Is spending a few days In Pendleton, Irs. E. E. Cotant and Mrs. Glfferd drove down to Hermiston Saturday Messrs. MorlU Thomsen, M. A. Ar nold. I, T. Keady o Seattle and J. O. Store og Taoma, made a business visa is here Thursday. (F. B. McGregor, John Douglas and D. C. Kerts, a party of V. S. G. B.. was here for a couple of davs. Miss E. M- Unthank and sister. Miss Minnie Unthank of Tacoma, are here for their vacation. Miss Unthank will look after the interests of her ranch on the Meadows while here. Mrs. F. A.' Lundberg was shopping In Pendlet:n Wednesday. , R. A. Holte was a county seat visit or this week. ' goiniuiuiiiiiiuiiiuiiiHiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiutintiu s I I The Best Buy in Town ! !Fine house, excellent location, beautiful lots, fin ished complete. A bargain. Terms. I Helix Installs New Pump I For City Water System (East Oregonian special.) Robert Blomgren Starts His Combine at Weston (East Oregonian . Special.) WESTON... July 29. Mr. .and Mrs. John Bnnewits and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon motored to Pendleton Sunday to visit a friend who Is seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Read of Atbena, Visited relailves In Weston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John McRea and and daughters, Hilda and Marvel, of Walla Walla, spent the week ejid in Weston visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lieuallen 5 of Walla Walla visited relatives in Wes ton during the week. Robert Blomgren started his com bine Saturday on Joe Blomgren's farm south, of town. Mrs. Gertrude Vanwlnkle Is spend ing a portion of the week In Walla Walla visiting friends. Mrs. Dave Lavender have gone to Camp McDou gal for a few weeks. Virgil I.undell. whd recently went to Walla Walla where he Is employed in Gardeners More, has Joined the Walla Walla band. Miss Eulia McAtee of Pendleton, la visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Olivo Xavln. Grandpa Douglas la seriously HI at his home on Washington street. Elmer Nolle who had the mlsfor tunee to dwfrlocate his ankle recently GIiGIIAMS AND NEW PERCALES FOE FALL Buy early is our advice. Don't wait too long:. The prices on these com modities are going sliy-high. Our today's quotations are 20 per cent lower than they will be 60 days from now. 27-tu. Wklc Percales, yard... 'ard Walo Percales, yard. , , . Apron Ginghams, yard I "amy Dress Ginghams, 511 id. Culicott, yard Imperial titambrays, yard . . t'hevtots, yard Galatvas, yard . roo CAN ' 1 lo 10c, Tl l-2f, 25o lo .;. Jtle, Sic, S:lo .... 12 l-a . auo 2lo 230 Hope MurIIii, yard ....'....(........ 2lo tUmhrlcs, yard le. 83 1-2". T l-3o MuhIIiim, yard !'. tHv, Sic, TM Curtain Scrim, yard.. 12 I-2C,' 15o, 11H 2le, 25o . KllkolliU'H, yard CrctomifH, yard , t . . . . . Cotton lintts. S iMiunds Cyttuu Uutls, 1 Kund . DO BETTEB AT Incorporated 22 1-20 3:lc, 4IK!,lllo . . SI. IB, I.S1) Sou WB IiSAJ. AND OTBXaUi FOLLOW slowly Improving. Mr. and Mrs. O. McFerron of Athe na, visited relatives In Weston Sunday. Ed Withers Is spending a few weeks at Elgin, Oregon, transacting business. Fred Greer has gone to Helix to work during harvest. Mrs. Minnie Walker of Hel)x visited relatives In Weston Sunday. , ' James Turner of Cornelius Oregon, who has been expending a sw days in Weston, has returned home. Mrs. Odessa Klrkpatrfck, who has been absent from the city on a weeks vacation. returned home Bun day evening. ' a FRANCE BUYS . DEFENSE BONDS ON JULY or at two months with slightly higher rate of Interest, and so forth. The French genius for thrift and the genu. "ine patriotism of the masses of the people were seen at their beBt on this occasion. I rcrxliliig Ijetter Distributed A vast majority of the purchasers were obviously people of small means, who yet were Influenced by consid erations of their true patriotic duty to place their savings of 15, $10 or 120 at their country's disposal. The bonds were handed directly to the purchaser without formality or other cost than the actual sale price. Every purchaser received with ' his bond a facsmlle copy bf a letter of thanks bearing the signature of Gone erul Pershing. ' " : t 'Everybody," ran General Persjif. lug's letter, "must fight together; the soldier with his arms; yoa with our money.'1 ... . 1 Colored postcards were glv?n to tine children . accompanying .the purf chasers and In one part of the dry the subscribers were presented wlHh flowers, in addition to the thousands of sfnall subscriptions several sums jf 12000 were subscribed during the morning, and at the opera one tran saction was fbr 18400. At present the colonel Is treadinl softly and carrying a big kick. 14 PARIS, July 14. (Delayed.) Noth ing today's celebration marked, more characteristically the wholehearted manner In which France is devoting Itself to the prosecution of the war than the fact, that Instead of the de lirious rejoicings ot foraier times, with bands at every street crossing in the city and open air dances lasting throughout the night, the most strik ing feature in the festival !n Paris was the public sale In the tireets ot bonds In order to raise money for na tional defense. These sales took place at many points In the city, including the I 'luce de la Concorde. Place de 1" Oprea, Place d' . Etoile, Place de Torcadero and Place de la Republlque. Kell Bonds at Opera At the opera house there were six booths, such as lined the boulevards for the sale of toys ' at Christmas time. Inside of each were two women clerks, who were kept busy all day selling bonds "de la defense natlonule'' of the value of 1 and upward. Throughout the afternoon there were queues ut cuch booth waiting their turne'to buy, and similar scenes were reported from most of the other points. Most of the bonds sold were short term notes, redeemable In a month' at the will of the purchaser. CALF MEAL f HE MILK SUBSTITUTE International Stock Pood Colesworthy's 127-9 E. Alta Phone 134 HELIX, July 29. Combines are by stepping from a moving car, WOMEN ELEVATOR OPERATORS IN FAMOUS HOTEL Chas.'E. Heard, Inc. 721 Main Street Phone 477 Buy War Savings Stamps sininniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniinmiiiiiiiriA Pendleton Auto Co. ". Distributing: FRANKLIN REO COLE 8 MARMON MOTOR CARS DUPLEX REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS GOODYEAR TIRES MONOGRAM OILS GOULD BATTERIES BOSCH MAGNETOES l r, , ..tit :..-'X i I. V ' 4. .J0T, . A'4' - 1 -r h . i - r U y " . s : t " " ' - ' ,.- ' . iiiiii.i.mi i i - io M.i . .... hi iiim. ' ' wuc. tcm .AmmAim NERVOUS PROSTRATION May be Overcome by Lydia E. Finkbam't Vegetable Compound This Letter Provei It. West PhllaHelphia, Pa. "During the thirty years I have been married, I have Deen in oau neaiui and had several at tacks of nervous prostration until it seemed a t the orgens in my whole bcay were worn out. I was finally persuaded to try Lydia E. Pinkham'u Vegetable Com pound and it made a well woman of me. I can now do all my housework and advise all ailipff women to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound nd I will guarantee they will derive great benefit from it." Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald, 25 N. 41t Street, West Philadelphia, Pa. There are thoaxandsof women every, where in Mrs. Fitzgerald's condition, suffering from nervousness, backache, headaches, and othrt- symptoms of a functional derangement It was a irrstefal spirit for health restored which led her to write this letter so that other women may benefit from her experience and find health as she hss done. For sueirestionain reesrd toyoar con dition write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Th. result of their 40 years experience is at your service.' h;l. Vt- "Li I -j ' "v. ., , .s DALE nOTlIWELL , opSOBsetrlst and Option OEyes ' BcleaUfleatl) examined. Classes ground to fit American National Bank auildins Pendleton. We always have rresh Fruits etables J Kiit fruit every dur und ou will not lie nick. Must xloktH'sa ooiiich from cloinrliiK n 'o bjmIhih. You know tlio first HiIiib; the doctor gives you wlu-n lie cuiih-m Ih sumo kind or puritatUc IHIIs. InvK-nd of takiiiK hllUT pills eat swcvl, Juicy fruit. It's lots Hioro lilcasant and licaltliH'r. Of course your fruits and voti'tshlos mut bo fresh to bo healthful. Hut you can alnaja (ct tlu.ii fresh from lis, ' If you arc kHii for an oulltio; are us for all kinds of lunch goods, lloik'd hum. mliicwl liam. .IHcklcd Hkk ftvt, all kinds of tho finest cheese, botli domestic and Imported. Pendleton Trading Co. Successors to Central Market. TELEPHONE SB WE HAKE THE BEST 6AUSAGE OX EARTH. Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee Chronic and Nervous Diseases and Diseases of Women. X-Ray Elec tro Therapeutics. Temple Bid-, Room IS, I "bone 41 The Waldorf-Astoria. mott fanious hotel In perhaps the the l'lilted erated the ajrvatnr In the establish ment, and relared thein js'llh wom en. The manaser ssys they give much DENTISTRY Dr. David Bennett mil Dr. Tom O. Bailey TihM Iluilillni, Pendleton, Orron. aie Buick or 1 Used 1917 D-45 6 cyl ONLY $650 Oregon Motor Garage INCORPORATED II T, lit, 111, 11S West Court it Telephone M '7 "i""", h" dismissed the men who op hetter service.