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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918.
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world.
In 1, 2 and 3 pound cam.
Croand (steel cut), Cnground
mnd Pulverized.
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EAST OREGONIAN SPECIAL
NEWS OF UMATILLA CO.
GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO.
"QUALITY"
Two Phones 23 823 Maiif St.
WHEN THE S. 0. S. CALL
comes, are you prepared to withstand
or overcome the danger in your finan
cial affairs, have you made arrange
ments by which you can meet all your
; obligations?
If it is not considered good tactics to
wait till the last minute, why not inter
view the officers of the American Na
tional now, they will be pleased to dis
cuss such matters with you?
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Pendleton, Oregon
"Strongest Bank in
Eastern Oregon."
BARGAIN IN A RANCH
We hate for sale a well improved ranch of 360
acres; 130 acres in summer fallow; 7 miles from
town with a complete outfit ready to go td work for
$20,000. Half cash and balance at J per cent interest
to suit purchaser. Good chance for some one.
MATLOCK-LAATZ INVESTMENT CO.
Real Estate Loans Insurance
Staff of Teachers for
Adams School are Named
(East Oregonlun Special.)
ADAMS, Ore., Sept. 7. Miss Eileen
JSowiliiff worked in tho Inland Mer-
eantff&Kstore Thursday.
Mr. arilftfc-Mrg. Kalph Wallun spent
Thursday in Pendleton.
Mr. Summers of Walla Walla was
in town this week.
A. E. Yoder returned frtun a trip
to Portlmd this week.
Miss Earsley. who is to teach the In
termediate room this year arrived in
town this week-end.
The Red Cross ladies met Friday
and sewed on the refugee garments.
Mrs. Caper Wood wan has been at
Bingham Springs for a few days. She
came home Thursday accompanied by
her sister.
Miss Gwendolyn Mclntyre returned
home this week, after having spent
some time visiting her sister Mrs.
Chster Gem me 11 of Heppner.
Mr. and Mrs. Parr and children left
this week in their car for Spokane.
Mrs. Frank Krebs. Mrs. Carl Chris
tian, Mrs. Ella Simonton. Mrs. Ella
Vancleavve and daughter Lauretta
spent Monday in Pendleton.
1 Mrs. Lambert Clark and Mrs. Henry
Bunch made a trip to Pendleton Mon-
, day.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Clark have
I moved out in the country for a short
,time to work for George Perringer. 1
! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kirk and chil
dren and Mr. Dewey Kirk are camp
ing at Bingham Springs for the week.
Everett McCollum has gone to Yo
kum to take charge of the warehouse
there.
Koy Des Voigne has gone to Helix
to work in the warehouse.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Morrison and
children moved to Pendleton Satur
day. The staff of teachers for the Adams
school this year will be as follows:
Principal, A. E. Yoder of Portland,
; 7th and 8th grades,. Miss Nellie Darr
of Adams, intermediate teacher, Miss
Earsley of Portland, primary room,
1 Mrs. Yeager of Pilot Rock.
j A motor party composed of the fol
lowing spent a most enjoyable day at
Bingham Springs Thursday: Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Lleuallen and daughters
i Doris and Dena, Francis Lieuallen,
Miss Jessie Chesnut, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Schatz and son Charles and
daughter Aileen, Air. and Mrs. Frank
: Krebs, Mrs. Ella Simonton, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Christian and daughter,
Leone. . i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bunch mo- i
tored to Pendleton this week. j
i Mrs. Ailey Boyer and daughters,
; Miss Wiima and Helen made a bus!-!
iness trip to Athena this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coffee and chil
dren have moved to Athena.
Miss Gertrude Picard is working
for L. L. Lieuallen.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simonton and
little daughter Virginia, were in town
Wednesday.
Mrs- Jane Wallan spent Thursday in
Pendleton.
Miss Geratine Winn will attend the
Pendleton high school this year.
Helix Now Has Service
Flag Showing 25 Stars
(East Oregonlan Specla,)
HELIX, Sept. 7. At a recent
meeting the Girls' Honor Guard pre
sented Mayor Morrison with a silk
flag for the city, containing 26 stars.
Miss Let ha Albee entertained
Thursday afternoon, honoring Miss
America Hutchinson, who is leaving
for school, the day also being Miss
Hutchinson's birthday. A handker
chief 'shower was presented and a
shower of cheer-tup letters to be
opened one daily after reaching her
destination Those present besides
the honor gust and hostess were Miss
Grace Garrett,-, Miss Elva Bledsoe,
Miss Clara King. Miss Alice Clark,
Mrs. Helen Mason and Mrs. Pearl Als-
pach. Light refreshments v were
served.
Mrs. Emma Zeuske Of Cold Spring
In moving to town for tluV, winter.
A letter to friends from Mrs. Klme.
Albee of Spokane states shX Is im
proved in health.
Mr. and Mrs- A. F. Warren anil son
Albert are preparing for a trU to the
Sound and various Washington citlea..
Mrs. Yinden of Prosser, has been
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Victor Ma
son for a few days on her way home
from a visit east.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy 13. 'Smith expect
to leave soon by auto for thuir home
in Seattle. v
Miss Clara King Is home from, a
three weks' outing at Astoria and oth
er Columbia river points of Interest.
s?he was accompanied by her cousin
Miss Merle King of Pendleton.
Honor Guard girls went to Pendle
ton Thursday to see the soldier boys
leave.
J. E. E. King left Thursday for
business trip to Portland.
The Greatest Coat Season
That we have ever experienced is with us. Our stocks are
being replenished daily with the very latest creations from
the New York markets.
Having a most competent corps of buyers residing in the
fashion center ot the world at all times, we are able to offer
you newer ideas than any of our competitors. - '
Our prices are much lower. You will note the difference.
Plush Coats, the most popular this year, range from $22.50
to $47.50.
Cloth Coats in the new Fall shades can be had from $12.50
to $39.50. .
Dresses in Wool and Silk are in demand. Our prices are
very low at $6.90 to $4450. , -&
We are author.
Izcd govern
ment agents
for Thrift
Stamps Slap
the Kaiser
with one.
j Incorporated J
Tho best
I'lielo you ever
had la calling
you: put a W.
8. 8. in lila
'Soma nook"
Athena Young People
Preparing for College
limn!!'!!!!!
Itluliu!
Please Take Notice
School begins on Monday, September 9th,
1918, and all Grade Pupils must have their
books and supplies ready for work. Com
plete lists of books and supplies can Je had
at the Frazier Book Store, No. 719 Main
Street
Get these printed lists and check up your
old books so that you may not purchase new
books where not necessary.
FRED P. AUSTIN,
City Superintendent of Schools.
imttiifmntmiiinm. minimi
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!!!!!!!!!1!l!!!!!1!!ll7i
S0MEG00D VALUES IN USED CARS
1916 Ford Runabout $200.00
1916 Ford 'Roustabout 300.00
1917 Chalmers 5 passenger 575.00
1917 Oakland Touring Car 600.00
1917 Chevrolet .1 450.00
1917 Jeffry 1300.00
1918 Chandler 1100.00
Several Franklin Touring Cars in good condition
ranging in price from $350.00 to $900.00.
It Will Pay You to Come in and Look
These Cars Over Before You Buy.
Pendleton Auto Co.
Established 1907
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V tag and beautifying
s&jt' The Complexion
$ Hands and Hair
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(East Oregonian' Special.)
ATHENA, Sept. 7. Teachers and
pupils are procuring fur the opening
of school next Monday.
Miss Jessie Brierley of Stanfield, a
former teacher in the Athena hign
school, spent a few days in Athena
this week.
Mrs. Xaoml Dickenson and son
Oliver, are attending the M- K. con
ference at Pendleton this week.
Mrs. Leon Kidder is assisting in the
Golden Rule store for a few days.
Tho dance given by tho Girls" Hon
or Guard netted a neat sum for the
local Red Cross as well as providing
an enjoyable time for - the dancing
folk of Athena and surrounding
tewns.
Mr. and Mrs. It. E. GribMe spent
Friday In Walla Walla-
Miss Angle Pambiirn, Mr?, Sam
Pamburn motored to Walla Walla
Monday.
Miss Florence McLenan of Walla
Walla was an Athena visitor lust Sun
day. All tires, which were in jrood con
dition, was the orice Oliver Dicksn
son had to pay for leaving his car In
the road, after breaking one of the i
frheels. Evidently the lires were & ,
great temptaton.
Athena young people are preparing
to go to college later this month and
the first of October. Miss Greta Mc
lntyre, who attended l'aciflc Univer
sity for two years, will matrirulatu
at Whitman collere this fail. Miss
Zola Keen will return to Whitman
Miss Gladys McL.eod who was a
sophomore at U. of O. last year will
accompany her sister, Annalwl, to the
I'nlversity of Washington thin year,
Others planning to go to college aro
Kathren Froome, who will also at
tend the University of Wanhlngton
and Angle Famurnn, who will go to
Whitman. Henry Koepke, Lawrence
Tharpo, Lloyd McPherrin and Claud
Coomans are planning to take mili
tary training with their collee work.
Joe Key and family are to move to
Weston In the near future to .reside.
Miss Vergie Key will attend Weston
high school- and her sister Lola will
await her call to take the nurses'
training preparatory to foreign serv
ice. Teachers for this school year are
as follows: G. W. Hall, superintend
ent; Miss Vera Grant, high school;
M lss Esbenaen. high school: Ralph
Gribble, "th and 8th grades; Miss
Horton, fth and 6th grades; Miss
Maude Sherman, 1st and 2nd grades.
The teacher for the 3rd and 4th
grades as yet is not secured.
Oka"
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IS1
Onm of a Swrirm mflnlbrmmtiv A rtictm
Do Bad Teeth
Cause
Disease?
YE S, say leading
authorities. Their
answer is based on
years of study and on
specific cases. So-called
rheumatism is very oftn the
rmult of Infection reaching
the blood from Infected gums
and dt-ayl teeth, or by an
lnferud tonsil. "Ru I have
none of those trouble." you
aay. Chance are a few niln
uts examination will show
InfW-tion somewhere whlrh la
causing your "rbeumatlaoL."
Dnepwat.pd tooth Infection
are quickly located with the
X-Ray. This wondnrful In
vention la now aucceHfully
adapted to the use of the
dentist.
Many dfeeasea of childhood
may be cau?-d by Infection
fromimr.4(M(i A large
pT rent of rases of ulceration
of the dlfcestlve tract are
found to be due to dental
niapaae. t'ua, ooxing from
teeth, arums, tonailn, or any
m
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EAT-'EM-UP SPIRIT
OF YANKS IS ANSWER
Iiy CARL D. GROAT.
(United Pretoi Stuff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, Spt. 7. "The
American eut-Vin-up spirit Is the renl
answer to tho east wherewith Ger
many has been pressed buek since the
Marne combat." This Is the sub
stance of the view of a prominent Ken
eral and staff officer today tn ans
wering the oft-repeated question.
"Why Is It that the Germans who have
never tasted disaster are now beinff
shunted back almost at will?"
for gathering the apple, crop,., the?
Apple Growers' Association Is urging'
attendance at the annual packing and
grading school next week. Women
especially are advised that their ser
vlces will be needed. It is expected
that 90 per rent of the apple sorters
this season will be women and girls.
ll-kCT Will 1U Kvetlotl.
HOOD ltlVER. Ore., Sept. 7. In
view of a probable shortage of labor
Clarke's Worst fire llagiiiff.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Sept. 7.
The worst fire tonight in Clarke coun
ty Is raging on .silver Mountain, In the
vicinity of the Multnomah sawmill.
The blaze can be seen from Yacolt and
it is reported, looks worse tonight than
lust nik'ht. A big force of firefighters
is battling with the flames.
Everybody Is getting Into line to
take a swat at the office seeking gaU
ser helpers and the defeatists.
other point It the body, m.jr
C.Ufle Infection In in nrain
Of the txsjy. To-djr the
physician and Burgeon often
recommend the curing of
tooth trouble, before they
attempt to treat other all-menu.
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Judd Bldg. Court and
Main Sts.
IAI.K BOTUWEU,
Optometrist and Optl
Eyes Bclentlflcalli
examined.
Glasses ground to fit
Amarioita Nation! Bank tojidlnl
Paodleton.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Diseases and
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Elec
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Temple lllilg.. Room is, rbone !
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length Over-all ft. In.
Width Over-all 1-1 In.
Width of Space to make Complete Turn 15 ft.
Speed High Clear Miles per Hour 1.5
Hpeed Uv Gear Miles per Hour f 1.4
Motor Number of Cylinders 4
Motor Blie of Cylinders Bore 4 In.
Motor Klie of Cylinder Stroke .". In.
Total Weight of Tractor 4300 Iks.
Weight on each Front Wheel , ,. Ktt Ihs.
Weight on Crawlers 1(10 lbs.
Width of Crawlers 10 in.
Fuel used by Motor Kerosene or Distillate
Capacity of Kerosene Tank , 10 gal..
Capacity of Gasoline Tank ,i (at
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