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DAILY EAST OREGOftlAN, PENDLETON. OREGON- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2(1. li18. ' PAGE Six Fiiifoinit:feiriv7 JIS I III - U Li W i J - VJy kJl Ml Little Miss Mildred Ebrei, who la '1 ". V rT"' II f i I J III ,en y'B ' has J"" complete i II i , " ' ; "'" , i III sweater which she has been knit- I The -best Christmas present you .can giye this year is an IEW Pi! PriGe 88 and 87 PACiHC POWER & LIGHT CO- "Always at your service" OUR LU n C El Roor.i IS OPEN ' . , We invite you to pay us a visit Ready each day f rora lO A. M. to 10 P. M. MENU Hanm Sandwich .. Mary Pickford Sandwich........ Bef Sandwich ' Pimento Sandwich Cheese andwich Peanut Butter Sandwich Bread and .Butter Sandwich SLADS Lettuce with Mayonnaise ....... Phrimp Palad . ....... ' Fruit Salad Potato Salad . . UKKSKISTS AMI PASTRY Pies Apple, Mince or Pumpkin. Pies a la Mode , BEVERAGES Coffee .:. cup 5c; pot Tea cup 5c; pot Milk, glass ................. Chocolate, cup ............ .15c .15c .i:.c .10c . 10c .21 .srie .30c 2Uc . .I0e .15c 10c ..5c . 10c NOTE We carry a complete stock of FRESH FRUITS. WAV 'lit lit - Copyright nimi tin . WhyJBattOTes Wear Gut There are two reasons; the natural wear that goes on slowly, and the rapid wear that's due to abuse, as when you Spin-spin-spirj a cold motor . . Let the plates starve for want of charge Forged to add distilled water. You expect natural wear in batteries as much as you do in tires but if your tire was flat you wouldn't keep running on it. Drive around this way, and well tell you how you've been treating that battery, and how you can postpone its old age. r1 Ask for our booklet; "A Mark with a Meaning for You" it tells what's back of the AVillard Mark. Electric Service Station Cor. Main and Water Sts. 'hi J We test, repair and re eharge storage batteries, and always carry a full sup ply of battery parts, new batteries and rental batter ies. Testino: service is free. Little Miss Mildred Ebrel. who Is ten years of ax. has Just ooiHBletd a aweater which she. has been knit- ' tin for the Red Cross. Miss Ebrel, who la the daughter of Mr. and Mr. Fred M. Ehrel of 118 Lincoln street, began the kuilttng About six weeks afro but, the irreater iiart of the sweater was completed in about ten days, Mr. and Mm Paul T)e Ford and lit tle -daughter of Portland, visited 1 In i Pendleton for a short w hile (with Mrs. I tie Ford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Selhert of 1115 Marie street, while en route home from a trip to Oklahoma and Kansas City, Missouri. They i made the Journey east by way of San Francisco and also visited in Salt Lake. Tr. and Mrs, T. K. Hoyden and jji'dgewnd Mrs, 'CI. W. Phelps extend- jeti a charming courtesy-to two pen jdleton physicians, .who are to leave ithis week for army service, and also I to their wives, by entertaining- with a i dinner last evening at the Hoyden I home on Lewis street, the honor guests I being Captain and Mrs. A. E- Tamasi i and Lieutenant Qnd Mrs. J. L MC-' Kelway. - Flowers and messages of congratu kiHen sr being sent to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gray of Spokane to welcome the arrival of tiny Miss Nancy Bell Gray, who was born Oc tober 24. Her parents are former wvll knewn Pendleton residents. Mrs. James McLaughlin of Echo, Is a Pendleton visitor today. Carl Carlstrom of Weston Is a bus iness visitor in Pendleton today. . Sam Rodgers ia up today from Tier--mlston, .rgistered at the Hotel St. George. H. J. Wilson Is In Pendleton today from Baker. V. o. Hunt of Hermlston is busl ! r.ess visitor today. Frank Bradburn Is In town from ; Pilot Rock. j Miss Peral Daniels is here from I Wallowa today. " ; I Charles K- Farley Is a business vis itor here today from- Seattle. X P- Kinney of Cambridge Is here ion a business trlp.f j J. V. Saler is a Pendleton business ; visitor today from PorHand. Miss Ines Peterson left today for r Portland where she will spend a week j visiting heraunt. Mrs A C. Larsen. ! Frank Sallng of Pendleton is on a I business trip to Baker and Grant j county. j Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turk are here for j the day -from Walla Walla, stopping at the Hotel St. George. . Mrs- T. J. Tweedy left today for Portland to visit for afew daya with here daughter. ITiEKlVO OF IirXGATtY IS unorx IV VIENNA ! GENEVA. Oct. "6. Dr. Wekkerle, ! the Hungarian premier, has arrived at : Vitnna to settle the question of Hun igao's separation from Austria, ac j drdir.g to Information from yiennk ' Tucndav. Some Hungarian ditrieiB i lmve stopped the exportation of food to Vienna. i - The German population of Vienna has been 'without bread for several : days and the mayor of the city has annealed to Emperor Carl to Inter- I vone. v 1 t ' WITH THE COLOR News of Local Boy la the Ser vice; Information fof Sbia I)e parunrat will be Appreciated. All is well that ends according to your own diagram of the finish. Afl -Over Head. Hair Fell Out and Got Thin. Did Not Rest Well. Perfectly Healed in Two Weeks by Cuticura Soap and Oint ment. Cost 75c. "My baby had eczema U ewer Ma tad. It was in Utile pimples that broke -out m a place about ' -th size of a dollar. Later it got all over Jiia 'bead. and stayed.- red, .homing and Itching all the time. and causing bat nair to ?wf?J foH out and fret xerjr thin. did not est erell. 'I got a box of Cuticura Ointment and a caln of Soap and in two weeks' time hia bead was perfectly healed." (Signed) Mrs. W.W. Chancy, Jenkins, New Mexico, Sept. 9, 1917. You may rely on Cuticura to care for your skin, scalp, hair ar.d hands. Nothing better to clear the akin of pimple and blotches, the scalp of dandruff and the hands of chapping. Besides the Soap baa no superior for all toilet uses. M,t.t..li Fre br Mall. AMre post card: "Ctra, Das. R. lUlaau" Sold' everywhere. &oap25t. Oimmeiu 2i and :jOC. Influenza? La Grippe? Foley' Honey and Tar is jurt what every sufferer V of influenza or la grippe needs now. It covers the rough inflamed throat with a soothing healing coating, clears away the mucus, stops the tickling and coughing, eases the tightnea and bronchial v wheezing. Day and night keep Folqrs' Honey and Tar handy. It gives ease and com fort from the very first dose. CIOOIiGK MORGAN IS TltAYEI.EIl. Sergeant George Morgan, with the llfitii Engineers in France, has Just had afurlough during which he was able to visit In various parts of Prance and In Italy. He tells of his trip In the following Interesting letter to his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morgan: .- September 23, 1918. Dear Father nd Mother: Today is a good c"y to write some lettere for k la ralniifg ao there Is no place to go. It Is ome different than where I've been for I have Just come back from A furlough to 'Nire in south ern France. Had a dandy trip and viKlted Palis, Lynns and Marseille as well: . As you undoubtedly know, Nice Is on the Mediterranean sea, so I hud a number of dandy plunges In the sea. It's a wonderful place. You never saw such a riot of Color In your lire. Flowers everywhere and beautiful gardens and lawns. It certainly Is a millionaires- home. Also I visited Monte Carlo, which Is in Monaco and I believe it Is called the smallest priclpality In the world. While there we went through the Casino, which is the moat famous i gambling resort In 'the world. There' are some -wonderful paintings on the walls. We were not allowed -in the i Casino while the playing was in pro- j Brass. From there we -went to Men- j tone and front there we went over in ' to Italy -and I mailed a postcard to ' you from Italy which I hope you will 1 receive. ! From there we went back to Monte j Carlo and visited the prince's palace i and Also -his museum. Hid museum i covers all of his experiences while at aea, covering a period of 30 or more 1 years. It was all very Interesting. i While on nry way back I stopped In Marlllles, which fcs the second largest i city In France, and a piece where you ! san see every nationality In the world in an hour. It Is quite a place and would have liked to stay there longer but I didn't have time for I wanted to visit In Lyons and Paris. T stayed all day In Lyons which is alarge silk manufacturing town and, is on the Rhone and Laone rivers. It is a very old town but has iiulte a modern itreet 'car system. I ran all over the town during the day and left at 10 o'clock that night for Paris on the express. As luck would have it I nar rowly missed being In a wreck for the express was in two sections and the I first was so crowded that I got Cff !. j after getting on and staying 15 or 20 i minutes. It ran into the rear of an-! other train after leaving Lyons. We ; were nine hours late In getting t(- j Paris ! I went to the Hotel Pavilllnn. which : is run by the Y. M. C. A. for cnlistcl rr.en when I reached Paris and sin; cd all night and all day.' While thei-! I tried to find Roy Kltner and" Mrs. Co hen, but Ttitner was out ia the fif-ld and I couldn't get any infnrmnii'ui of Mrs. Cohen's whereabouts. I took an excursion trip around far!, seeng a great many polnis of Interest, among them the church of k.'otie rame and the supreme courts 't uutlce. the Pl4?3 de la Concorde, t!ie Champs Elysees. the Eiffel Tow- tlio Paris wheel and the Invalldee and Napoleon's tomb, of course there are lots of others to be seen but one wants a good deal more time. I took In the "Follies Begere," which Is some sight and I am. enclosing a pro gram of the show. I will be entitled to another fur lough in four months and by reason of having relatives In England I think f will be ahle to go there If I can scrape up enough money, so I want you to send me the different address es of them so I will know where to apply for furlough. Things are pretty much the same here. Lots of hard work to do but there Is something to show -for It now. adays, so we should worry. - The weather Is getilng rather disagreeable now. It Is cold and rainy and the days are getting shorter. One conso lation we have though, the nights are growing longer. The picture you sent me Is dandy of everything except the house which so little can be seen of. One can hardly recognize George, either. 1 received quite a collection of letters on my return and will try to nnswer them and as news Is about run out wl'I close with love from your son OEOI'.OE, Set. Oeo. A. Morgan, E- Co., llth Engineers, American E. F. lhM.l.Y PIFHSOL ALSO IN BIO IlltlVK. In a letter to his mother published In the Athena Press, Hally Plersol, 14 V. . F. A.. Bat. F., says: "Lieut. Hlurgla Is still with us. he is In head quarters Com. Caldwell, I think. Is In the 16th cavalry. I hnven't seen the old bunch of cavalry boys for some time, although they are somewhere close to ns now. Am still at the front and living In dugouts most of the time.'' H-1UTT-H OF WORK IN IHANCE. Rlarksmlihing for a company of en. gineers who are supplying timber for every kind of use is the work of Horwhoer n. C. Carlisle or Pendleton. In winning the war In France. He writes of his work to his mother, Mrs. W. A. Carllale of Hl College street, in the following latter: France, -22-I. Deiir Mother: Just received your letter dated Aug. llth. Was very g'd to know and working every tlay. We have fln Hhed the timber We were on and have r.ioved to a much better locution on one of the principal rivers of France. Our camp is located on a green slope whei-e we can look out across a very pretty valley. I like It a great deal better " here than 1 did at the old cunip. The girl you mentioned is a sister of the kid who enlisted with me. He Is from Gooding. Ida. We I were separated while I was In the hospital. I certainly hated to leave him or he Is a fine boy. I have a great many Trlends In the company. They are all good feltnws but one pal In particular. He Is from Colorado, by name R. H. Banks. He was made corporal about the same time T was made horsehoer. A corporal draws Ml. an per month and horsehoer draws f.4'4 per month. I told you some time ago -1 had cut my Insurance 'but the officer advised ine to inves tigate theL, benefits to be derived from it; so I left It the same as It was $10.-' 000. We also hod a renewal of al-1 lotments. It may be you will get the government allowance -due you. 'I suppose yoii -Wet tnore .elaborate news In regard to the war than I could give you for as you know we nre en ftineeVs in -the rear supplying timber for every kind of use and all I get a chance to do in winning the war Is to do the company's blackemlthlng, so you see there will be no D- S. C. for any of us. . I am Rending yon a picture of our 1 CHILDREUS DRESSES Tiiitl & foi'tunate purchase of!' Mioses and Children's Dresses, bought much under the pres ent market price and passed along as bought. Children's Dresses, sizes 3 to 5, priced at $1.25 Children's Dresses in cotton and wool, sizes 6 to 14 $1.49, $1.65, $1.98 to $4.95 Ladies' Skirts ........... $4.95, $7.50 and $8.50 Ladies' Waists 98c, $1.25, $1.98 and $4.98 Ladies' House Dresses . . . $1.98 and $2.65 Ladies' Cotton Hose, white or black 18c and 25c Ladies' Heavy Eleece Hose 35c The Z2 Sample Stores. 7wSEIaInSL rlrst mill before it was complete. Per haps I can send you a picture of the shop the next letter. : Well, will close for this time, with love to all. The address of our company has been changed bo do Tint be confused by It.' ' . V nbrtPKSHOER a. C. CAIU.TSLE. I 7th Co.. 0th Knginpers. Am. "K. F.. via P. M., New York. AT 10:00 A. M. Have quit the wheat ranching business and will sel) without reserve to the highest bidder at my ranch one-quarter of a mile east f Twilight Station tm the Interurban, six miles north of JFreewater, six miles south of Walla Walla FREE SIX 1IEAT OV Al WORK Mt3,E.f, 4 to -X er i old. weight n.vi fMtiinds. . i. . TWO HOI YRARI.INO Mt'LES TWKIA'K HR.I OK I-'IHST CLASS WORK HOIISKS AMI MARKS, 3 to 8 years, '1200 to I M poniuls. TWO SF.TS LONG TVfi HARNESS nith lireechlns TWO WAGOXS with racks, a 1-4 in. ONE SI PKRIOR Ultll.l- ONE HARROW, 4 section, ONE WKJKH SKINNER. ONE OLIVER IIII.M II PLOW, 14 Inch. KIVE SETS lU'TT CHAIN HARNESS, good. LUNCH .! V', i -ONE OOI) MILCH fOW', 4 sears.- " ONE REGISTER Ell 1IAMI"SHIRE RQW,' AND 11 VK I1GS. ONE Kl'lLIUXlOU HAMPSHIRE IIORE, 7 mo. ONE lll'IIHON SIX At TOMOIIll.E In good ciin riiHon. 1TKTV HOXES HOIE l:AI'T- A-I'PI.KJi. "im BOXES WIXKAAP APPLES. -LEAH HARM. OHAINS MANY OTin-ni ARTICLES TOO Nl MEROl'S TO MENTION. TERMS $50.00 and under, cash over $50.00 one year's time on approv ed notes at 8 per cent or 3 per cent off for cash. , ., -..... v JOHN COCHRAN, Owner FRED EIFFERT, Auctioneer. D. C. SANDERSON, Clerk. h U U liU Liv. t i .1. . , - 1 .3 LaLaj at the B:iy Smith Place three miles T south of Yoakum station , ' ' . it, ' I 1 : v bZ S , COMMENCING AT 10:00 tfCLOCK A. M. 29th HAVING LEASED ALL MY LANDS I NOW OFFER FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER THE FALLOWING PROPERTY : One norse 7 yrs. old, wt.,1400. One Mare 10 yrs. old, wt. 1500. One Span Mules 4 yrs. old. , One Span Mules 8 yrs. old. . One Mule 8 yrs. old. One Milch Cow. One New Wagon. One Old Wagon. Two Iron Wheel Wagons. One New 20-IIoe Thos. Drill. One Almost New Fanning Mill. One Almost New Chop Mill. Two Wceders. . , Six Sections Harrow. Three Set Mule Harness. One Set Heavy Harness. One Nilson Tractorr. . . One 3-Bottom P. & O. Plow. One Gas Engine, 5-horse. One Wheat Rack. Ten Steel Gas Tanks. . Six Iron Gas Tanks. One Gas Pump. One Walking Plow. One Blacksmith Outfit. Lead Bars Log Chains. ' One Heating Stove. One Cook Stove. One Kitchen Queen and Dishes. Three Bed Springs. FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS All sums under $50.00 cash; on sums over $50.00 time will be ex tended until Oct. 1st, 1919, on bankable notes bearing 8 per cent interest. Cash discount of 2 per cent on all 6ums over $50.00. ' - B. D. SMITH, Owner COL. YOHNKA, Auct. . ; t v E L- SMITH, Clerk. Buy it Nov?. .jou art all well. 1 am testing ."