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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918.
EIGHT PAGES EAST OltKiOMAN SPrXHAL NEWS OV VMATIXIiA CO. PAGE EIGHT I 111 . I'll i - " . .' " 1 " P DRESSED CHICKENS To arrive this evening, some extra fine farm poultry, raised and dressed on one of the best ranches in Umatilla county. Place your order early as they will not last long. CANNING FRUIT Now b tho lwxt ime lo cmi Poaches. Pours, Tontatnrs and CVmoord iirnlx-s. Ioii-l IH-lay OHOKIt NOW while the quality is jrnnd. . Vine TonuMoe. hox , M Kxtra Fancy Prnrs, box S2.SO Kxlra I'awy IVartn-s. box f 1.50 Concord ;rax-s, la-kt 6(c Ciuaranla-nt Water Melons, jmiiml 2 1-Se Kvcrylhlmf In fresh Vegetables and IYiiUs for Saturday s trade. Very complete line of staple and fajey nroe'ries. HUdhesi market vriee ahl for country nroditee, Yp my 4.V- for Fes. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. TITTATTTV Two Phones 28 823 Main St I w Time and Again we hear tales about the wonderful progress of certain men in each different communi ty And how did it all happen, when as a rule they started with limited or no means? You will find they had a fair idea of busi ness plus a strong bank for the fiscal work. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Pendleton. Oregon "Strongest Bank in .k Eastern Oregon." Interesting Coats from New York KllllUllllllillllllllliriiltllHIliaiUllllllllllllllilllllllUllMlllllllllllltlllillltllllllllllll' The Best Buy in Town I Fine house, excellent location, beautiful lots, fin- ished complete. . A bargain. Terms. e Chas. E. Heard, Inc. 721 Main Street Phone 477 Buy War Savings Stamps No. 228-M A very fine silvertone coat ins la used for this most fash ionable coat which is lined with lustroua satin and heavily inter lined. The big pockets, shape ly flaring cuffs and novel collar are features of the vogue. It's just in such little touches as a novel pock et or a belt that one senses the fashion feel of New York just a new turn to the collar or a general air of jaunt ness and there is Fifth Avenue's mark. Come in and see the latest Miss Manhattan arrivals they are al ways ultra - youthful, smart, and moderate in nrice. .. - r i The Paris PEXDI-ETO-S ltKAIY-TO-WE-R STORK ! Every useful thing should be used. Sell that used article to somebody who needs It through the classified. gnniiimmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii iihiiiiiiihiiiihiiihiiihi""""""'"""1" hums. Plant Is 37 lnh Ions. 14 infhM wW- XI I Lalley-Light furnishes two sources of light and power in the one plant. The machine itself is one ; the storage battery is the other." Light used direct from the generator is as steady and strong and brilliant as from the battery. This is an advantage not usually found. It is due to the fact that the patented Lalley-Light engine is especially designed and built to drive an electric generator. It is worth a great deal to the man who must have light and power that are wholly reliable. We will demonstrate Lalley-Light, free. Call for the book of owners' testimonials. Pendleton Auto Co. Farewell Party at Gurdane Is Honor to William Corley (East Oregonian Special.) GURDANE, Aug. 30. A farewell I party was given at the home of. Wm. Corley Saturday night for Wllford j Corley who expects to be called for ; the army soon. A largo number at tended and all enjoyed a pleasant eve ning. A hard rain the first of the week delayed the heading and threshing a few days but the wind soon dryed it off so they were able to go on without much delay. Mrs. "Frank Gilliland and two chil dren Thelma and Virgil left for the high mountains the last week for a short visit with her husband who is I herding for Frank Jones. Mrs. Oilllland had the misfortune j to break the hack which caused her , some delay but after repairing was table to go on. J Arba Harrington made a trip to Pilot Rock bringing home a loud of supplies. C. Hewette made a business trip to Pilot Rock last week. Frank Jones and family and Bill Jones of Freewater and Tom Enright came up from Pilot Rock to attend the party at Corley's Saturday even ing, returning home Sunday. Mrs. George Belin and children have returned from a visit with friends and relatives around Vkiah. Mrs. William Troxel and son Law son of Butter Creek, left last week, for a visit with friends nd relatives at Idaho. Mrs. C. Pagnet and children spent Sunday, with Mrs. Joe Pedro. George Bolin left Inst week for Pi lot Rock where he expects to do some horse shoeing for the farmers out around Nye vicinity. Willie Troxel of Butter Creek left last week for the Burgess ranch at Pilot Rock to work for a while. Francis Gilliland returned home Saturday after taking Mrs. Gilliland to .sheep ranch where she would meet her husband. Fred Fletcher and family and Mls Agnes Mettle of the Ridge attended the dance at Fred Wilson's place at Pilot Rock Saturday night. Wllford Corley left Sunday evening for a short visit with- friends at Alba. 1 Stanfield Couple Have Wedding Wednesday New Fall Attire Being in daily correspondence with our corps of New York buyers, seven teen in all, we are able to furnish you with absolute correct ideas in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. We both profit by us having the advantage of New York resident buyers. The moment that the new things arrive in New York they are expressed directly to us. , 1 Beautiful Plush Coats. Extraordinary Cloth Coats. The Newest Silk Dresses. The most unique Suits. Our prices Every one can afford them. , . (GaEst Oregonian Special) STAXFIEL.D, Aug. 30. On Wednes day morning at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. L. Connelly oc curred the marriage of Don Pruitt and Miss Mary Connelly, Father Kil lam officiating. The bride was charm ing1 in a creation of blue Georgette nrenn. Thf rrtnms U'wrfl tnatnf utlv decorated in pink and white roses. only the relatives and a few friends were present. ' Aftr the wedding breakfast -the happy couple left for Portland on No. 17. The bride's going away gown was a tailored suit of navy blue. She wore a black velvet pic ture hat. Mrs. Pruitt Is one of Stan fteld's most popular young ladies and a large circle of friends wish her a happy future. Mr. and Mrs.. C. Percy of Hermis- ton and Mr. and Mrs. J. Kempendorf of New Hmpton, Iowa, were the Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. !K. K. Cotant. James M. Kyle Sundayed in Pendle ton. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. E. Pruitt of Pen dleton attended the Pruitt and Con nelly wedding Wednesday. Mrs. P. S. Nolton of Union, Is here to atten the wedding of her sister. Miss Mary Connelly. Miss Bern ice-. Forrister of Eugene was the guest of Miss Eva Dunning Saturday. For the pleasure of Miss Mary Con nelly the fiance of Don Pruitt, Mad ams John Beavert and F. A. Lundburt? entertained the Pollyanna Club and a few Intimate friends of the bride-to- be Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Feavert. Many beantifl and use- Mrs. C. W, Connor attended the ful gifts were bestowed on the gueat i meeting of the Ked Cross board , in of honor. ; Pendleton Wednesday. Mayor and Mrs. T. O. Yates return- I Mrs. F. A. Uundburg wns a Pendle ed Monday from a -week's stay in ton visitor the first of the veck. Portland. 9'- Charles Hoggard has purchased the' large alfalfa ranch of Walden Khe.i , on Mutter Creek. spent Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Smith Monday night In Pendleton. Mrs. C. W. Connor attended n meeting of the Ited Cross board In Pendleton Wednesday. Mansfield and Hilly Smith returned Tuesday from a month's visit in Kos- ka, Idaho. The Honor Oirls gave a very Inter esting entertainment Friday evening at the Reeves high school, the net proceeds were over $40.00. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Connor re turned to their home In Portland Monday after several days visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Connor. Mrs. Clyde Pohs of Echo, was the wek end guest of Mrs. Iaurence O Sullivan, Mise Jessie B. Brtely left Wednew- day for Milton wherj she will teach in the high school in that city. OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE I eueve tmc toofiUD is uiewpir or this W NO THAT RliHT SfOW 13 THC "TIMS TO DlSCvjSS SAce. ir TH twOtCD ONLV N DEFEATIST DRIVE IN PARIS AIMED ON AMERICANS PARIS. Aug. 29. O. loschum and Jacques Bahar have Just been crrested on charge of being engaged In a "de featist propaganda, a feature of which was a campaign against Amer icans. They sent out circulars. It Is al leged, one of which signed by Itahar, contains this expression: "Americans sailed right Into a trap. With the inexperience of babies, they combine preversity with the riirbarlty of the redskins. This circular mentioned the estab lishing of "a powerfud organ to com bat the American effort. loschum rented offices a few months ago. describing himself as an architect and saying that he wished to sturt a philanthropic organization for the Inhabitants of the devastated re gions. " The Matin reproduces congratula tory telegrams sent by Itahar to Count Zeppelin in behalf of the "Chambre Syndicate tie 1'Inventfon, a strange or ganization founded by the accused which served to cover their activities. Hahar Is sixty years old. was born In Marseilles. loMchiini, fifty-one, it a native of Paris. Much anti-American literature was founds hen their . residences were searched. Both men have been Tn touch with (lerman persons in Swit zerland who are known as German agent. DR. R. B. BOBBINS Dentistry Judd Bldg. v Court and Alain Sts. Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee Chronlo and Nervoua DlaaaaM and Dlaease of Women. X-Ray EIm tro Tbcrapeutloa. Temple Bldg., Room 13, Pbona 1 DENTISTRY Dr. David Bennett Hill Dr. Tom O. Bailey Judd Iluililing, Prndkton, Oregon. r YOO tVNT TO tau that Kind tAY IT IN i i i r iTt.-.rri?iwn i t lit H i ST HAT! OH OF THE BATES i nn n ? i, 3U UUUUUU Just Below the Walters Flouring: Mills ' . FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, August 30th and 31st. We invite you to come out and see what these wonderful tractors can do. Here you will see them in action performing the actual work, as you would have them do on yourown Place. - Oregon Motor Garage nrooRPonATEp tlT. 11. lit, 11 Wort Govt St.' ' ' ' ' Tetcphoa M