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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORGEON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1918.
EIGHT PAGES PAGE EIGHT e- OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE illll'iaill DHTML SURRENDER- 'I. Country Butter COUNTRY LARD COUNTRY HAMS COUNTRY SHOULDERS, COUNTRY EGGS That' what it means for you now. Old Jack Frost appeared with heavy reinforcements this morning and from what we can learn he has quite a re serve force left You cannot resist without ammunition, so get busy and pro tect yourself and your family from his terrible onslaught. Buy your heavy artillery ammunition from us. We sell it for less. l')nc l"reh Country IliilK-r, 2 IK full wcistil. .. . . country lrd. lii-ins your own lail, liiil y Country shoulders, pound Oiimtry Hiinis, ix.mul , . . Country Fffli. fresh, doscn luiki-d Cues for cooktnii. irn IttlH Italian ltnmcs. laruo Mac. 2 Pounds Fitted Prune, n umls . , . . Cbisi:c, fine solid new stock, pound . ... Imperial Coffee, ixmnd, run through our refiner. . Finnan lladdicn, run New .Japanese Onto .Mpl. can V-All-No Mints sniail 15c, large Itacon Macks litlit. IMHllld Hulled Hams, telKTtl lo your order, pound ........ . $ I .2.1 S5o SOo a.vv 7(K ROc . Sc 25e 51k! 4.o i a.ic i.v tc Men's Heavy Wool Mixed Villous.... $2.08,' 3.8 Men's Heavy Fleeced Cotton I'lilou 1.8 Men's Heavy Hllilx'd Cotton Unions $1.89 Men's Heavy Ribbed Klilrts and Bravters. . . . 80c Men's Heavy Wool Hooka'. ....... j ... . 4c, 6o Men's Heavy Cotton Mocks, a for w; 23c Men's Heavy Lined Clares 88e, $1.2.1, $! , Men's Heavy Flannel Klilrts.. $I.UH, $2.1, $2.8 Mens Hoary Stag Shirts i....$6.50, $8.50, $.! Men's Heavy Ijeather Sleeved Vests. , $7.90, $9.90 $8.90, $9.90 Men's Heavy Mackiuaws. , . . . . . Hoys Heavy .Cotton I iiIoiim. . . . liadies' Heavy Fleeced I iiIoiih .' l.udles' Medium l'l'cl'tl 1'nlons mism-s' Heavy Fleec-cd I'nlons '-. NUc, 98c, I.19 . $1.69 ...... i.t. $1.89 98C, $1.J9 Children's lh-avy lleetMMrtfnlims . ,7e. le, 9Hn .Hoys' Heavy Lined fihv Jwxto, 49c, c, o Ladles' lltuivy utin (.owns. . . 08c, $1.23, $1.49 mm CRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. Two Phones 28 "QUALITY 823 Main St, The End is in Sight Turkey with its hands up, Austria surrendered and Germany haggling for an armistice, the end is in sight nearer than any time during the war. However,. the business, men anticipate that these rapid changes in world af fairs are bound to. effect business con ditions very seriously either one way or the other, hence do well to closely watch, them. Consult freely with the officers of the American National who keep 'in close touch with the financial situation. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Pendleton, Oregon "Strongest Bank in pastern Oregon,"., ,' ? Golden ON West "It's the Best" UTTER When Ordering From Your Grocer. V A PURE, WHOLESOME PASTEURIZED BUTTER. ..-17 Made in Pendleton. J GOLDEN WEST CREAMERY "n ) 520 AjBfj W WAR 1 0?sTU' rim: I Lmi-r EAST OREGON I AN SPECIAL NEWS OF UMATILLA CO. Henry Lazinka Brings 200 Head Cattle to Ukiah . it rxf j? ,( UKIAH, Nov. 5. Henry Iassinka returned last Friday from IMneville, Crook county, with two hundred head of cattle, which he purchased near there. .Ho took them to his Nye ranch where he Will feed them during the 'winter. R. 8. Moore and Mrs. Lulu Selby and son of Vllo Hock came up Fri day for a few days visit with Mrs. Jennie Moore. Jack Terry of Pendleton, was in Camna Prairie the first of last week (iiJ ifor a hunt before the season closed. Mr. and Mrs. ioweii uanper ami son left Wednesday for Pendleton on business. The weather is cold and -cloudy. B Smrw fell on Bridge creek Sundav wA Clyde Helmick and Ed Thrasher of Bridge creek passed throuph town Monday on their way to 1'endleton A j on business. Lionsr Creek for burial. His wife and daughter accompanied the remains. Arden Gilliland of Pilot Rock, moved his family to, Ukiah Monday, and will occupy his father's residence in the west end of town where he will have charge of the stare office and will drive the stage on this end of the staee route during- the winter. liert Keenoy and wife of Dale, reg istered at the Ukiah hotel Sunday night on their return from Pilot Rock. - , Kd Howard of Alba was in town Monday on business Forty cases of influenza have been. reported at Ixmgr creek with several deaths. 5jlday to meet her brother I,Inyd, on his rS return from ColIr?re Place. A Miss Ora Clark was in town.Tnes- 5 2) Oeorge Tonkin of Pendloton was a Kj business visitor in Ukiah last week. K Mrs. Oeorge Caldwell was in town (F j last. 'Monday shopping. S ' Charley Jorenz. George Ness, Bert jt' Martin and Jesse Oaglcy have each 5 raised a large flock of turkeys. and nthpra havn smaller bunches, afl of which are being fed for the Thanks- Ki giving market. (5i Buck Welch and Gurdane Mill Closes: School Opens Again 2 15 giving- market. Milford Martin Mari a himlnoM trln tf 1'endleton i Inst. Monday. d Frank R. Dunlap of Fox Valley, Sj'aied a few days ao of influenza, pi Mrs. Hugo Lnz who has been ill ' Iwith typhoid fever for several weeks TA U : J,JI.. 1 i nttr oVilo A Miss Helen Herbert daURhter of 1 1 Rev. and Mrs. Herbert, who is teach- Siito have some company. ingrtcnooi at iioisw, iuan K 'last Tuesday to visit with her parents j while the schools are closed on ac Rjcount of sickness. m . Mrs. .Mary E. Kippcy of Portland, arrived here Saturday to visit with Jjipey Is a sister of 5 brothers. Mrs. 1 1 i p- Stnrdivant 3 relatives for a feiv weeks. '4 5j brothers. B! Llovd Clark son of XI. Ci. Clark who R has been Bttendinsr school at College Ki Place returned home Tuesday to re Vlmain until the schools open again. 4; Frank Bhipp made a business trip S to Pendleton the first of the week. Zk The body of Archie Harris, who 5jidied at I-endletoi M?4an operation was Some Good ARGAINS IN Used Cars AT THE Pendleton Auto Co. EstabUshed 1907 died at Pendleton hospital following taken through Ukiah Thursday to his home at (Fast. (ireVntilari Special) Ct'RIMNR, yov., 8. 'After closing for a short time school started again Wednesday as no Influenza is report ed in the neighborhood. C-has. Kly motored to Pilot Rock w eiliie.sdny on business and will go on to Pcmllelon after his mother, Mrs. William Kly of Milton, who will visit with the Kly family for an Indefinite time. Frank Jones and wife came up to his ranch in .Spring Hollow Sunday, going on to Roy. Montgomery's and staying over until Monday morning. when thev left for Echo on business, while Mrs. Jones will visit with her sister. Mrs. Twig Teal and family of that place. Dave Wymore. wife and baby, who have been at the sawmill for some time, visited over Tuesday evening with Mrs. Wymore's parents, Chas. Kly going on to their home Wednesday. Chas Kly closed hi mill last week, the la-st run the mill will make this year as he has in no more logs. Kvan Trnxel of Butter creek, went to Pilot Rock Thursday after supplies. returning home Friday. Madge Nelson of Butter Creek vis iter! with her cousin, Morva Chapman of Xye. Iat week, both making a trip to Pilot Rock Thursday. Joe t'orley and Pat Munaglyin made a trip to Pilot ilock Wednesday. load In" with supplies for Chas. F.lv. Mr. f.lv recently purchased a new wagon in Portland and will load in with this winter's supplies. Mrs. Willie Troxel and. son I-ewson. of Butter creek, who have been visit ing In Idaho the past tvu months, re turned home Thursday. Mr. Troxel meeting them at Pilot Rock. T. ). North rui went to Pilot Rock if fJH WouHYouWriteThb? ONLY those who have inffercd the misery and torture of kidney trouble and have found their way back to health can appreciate the feeling of gratitude and deaire to help other iufferera that caused Mr. K. A.Shanholt zer, Konantz, Colo., to write the following letter o Foley & Co.: 'I am writing thi thutsomona whfntd9it may Mfy it. I was troubled with my kiHo.jiini bladder till sometime I could Dot walk or ride, find I had to ot up Asofu'o an twmitjr limn la tan niht. A man aaked ma if 1 oror tried fc'ol7 Kidney Fill.-. f'rnartod to try a Mo Lot tin and to mj sarprifo I fann4 thy iwlpfi me wonderfully; so 1 wentbark and crnta dollar bitil,atid thn another, aii 1 d. lrplir ih; will maka w;ll maacratof iao.SiucrIf yoor.' If any reaT nhnvn Utter H snffrlrue n th writor wai an(Trin. and profit by Mr. Hhanboltcnr'i artif.n, will ! not (uol it his duty toyassttiohalplal nwHace alont:? fnrn. j bf are fnaie m nunw-nr" Dcrliootfl an i o.fitiiin do habit-,'i.rniitig drup-. jr i ninnt-f inmiiismiiiiiniiMiiwii.ij ,,."....,.- St , i liarka h, rh-iiin it m; prtint, lumtjuro. i tt or witjoa (omi. u.rA n.iiHriM. fTontirt liMiriil ly:tt9 the ij fir.. th ra t ( impurities ami poisonon-i W xnlp I a rnaiur n'n iininir in io mmnj nmrmiu - r I irf htn iM.t dirtit t tictr prop-r w-.rltoi oiiriwi ... &j ii--(in-ca'i-irf ('"iMttH in kptDir the la i.tira. If ml'.i ru 9 truta kiducy Uuiiblo, mhf no nthe rnani Dot trj We are author, laed (fovrrn ment asenU tor Thrift Stamps Slap the Kaiser with one. on business Thursday, returning home Friday. Frank Chapman brought his sheep home Thursday on their winter runge. Franke Gllliland, wife and children went to Pilot Rock Thursday for a few days' visit with. Arden Qllllland and family. Maker chapman delivered a bunch of sheep at Pilot ltock Thursday. Frank Chapman and Virgil smith of Butter creek went to Pilot Hock last week," Virgil being called to ans wer his questionnaire. Tuttle Family of Five At Helix, Sick With Flu (East Oregonian- Special.) HE1.1X. Nov. 5. The Tuttle fam ily of five members, sick with flue, living on the Kverett Kins place west cl town, are Improving. Mrs. Emma Zeuske Is having a ga rage built near her residence on Co lumbia street. Victor Mason left Sunday to visit his mother at Satus, Wash., who is HI. Several Helix hunters returned with an abundance of birds. Miss Matilda Dollinger, Thorn Hol low teacher, has pneumonia following the flu. at the liert Warren ranch west of town. . Mr. and Mrs. John I'lantlng of the Finnish colons', sputh of town, brought a little child for medical treatment Monday and are occupy ing the , Christian parsonage during their stay. Mr. and Mrs. B. K- Eheler , were r.ieth visitors Sunday, .t ; , ,. . Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Cirover of Cold Pnring visited at the Kendall home Monday. Flowers Bloom on Gory Battle Fields PAR18. Nov. 6. letters from . soldiers at the front refer often to the prolific growth of flow- ers on bottlef ields. Scientists lav this to the nitrates In the high powered shells, the explo- slon of shells completely change the nature of the surrounding a ...ti ,.iiivrizf It and thereby en- nhi nlant life to thrive tn the new soil. Condemned explosives will have a good market among the farmers after the war for their fertilizing values. Hun Police Slay Women In Gigantic Peace Riots In Strets of Mannheim TXXIK)V. Nov. 6. "Clsantlo peace) denaxs-trntionrt, durhut whli Ii t'lio police, fired. upon the crowd with inoHiliic gnn, killed several women, have Just taken place In Mannheim, ;crmanjV said a di-pateli from Tlie- Hague to the Tlimw. Tlie series of demonstrations culminated Friday when a proces sion marched to the town hall. Machine itims were mounted around the ball and the military 1MII! iHM-ned rire uixin the march ers. In resismce Ihe demonstra tion threw bomlw. klnnlng some of the police. So ovcrwlilnitns; was the rush that the llce were completely mwcihI aside. (iEHMAM I'FOIM.r: 1HKAI- ING WINTF.Il It.l i' IHOM AM JED I'MNES t nvnnv Knv. S. A dispatch to tho Daily Mall from Tho Hague says: .. o tn,iinDtinm available here. in Germany there Is widespread dread of rtHilv and nlghtly"alr raids from German airdromes In Bel gium,, which are now in me nou . i .. i I. Indira ted that such raids would proluce Internal results in Germany quite auiereni "" present symptoms of unrest." AUSTRIAN RULER BAD RISK, CANT GET INSURANCE KTOCKHCIM. Nov. .Ac cording to tlie NHTe1an News paper Farmand an Austrian life Insurance -omiainy recently ask l various Norweigan companies whetlM-r llicy were willing to re- , write a portion of a large Insur anco Sllcy on tlie life of the Aus trian emiicror. None of the Ntsrwelgan m panlcs was willing to axx'ept tho risk. fin days In which there la no specific war.werk or war relk-f drive, on. may keep In training by' tmying thrift The conservation program induces to this: Kvery ounce of food of every sort thut we can manage to save will set free Its proportion of essential food for the relief of those whose needs are greater than ours. The best Uncle you ever had Is calling yon; put W. 8. 6. In "his 'Scran Book" The food conservation program- Is first military, that the movement of commodities may be so ordered that nothing hinders putting forth our full strength on the battle line and mak ing victory sure. 3 .. . V v .... NEW TODAY An Express Shipment of "Exceptionally Stylish" Velvet Frocks at 35.00 You'll agree with us when you see them they are splendid values for the sjprjee. -Colors are blackr brown, navy iiuid wiiie.-;'.Soiiie.;aretrimtaed vith it military braid, others ;have a( touch hprp sin rl thprA nf hand embroidery See thetn in the Dress Section. mm "JTie BesTiii Style ' t. fO6 !.' ! , ; The Most in Value u 3 juiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii I Con Dun Low 1 CHOP SUEY, I I NOODLES 1 Chine Style. 1 HOT TAMALES CHILLI CON CARNB 2 bpanisu errrLB. LUNCHES 3 COFFEE I 3 Kverjtblng clean and tip-to- s g data. FIRST CLASS BBRVICB E TEA 5c Package I UNDER STATE 1 i HOTEL I s S Cor. Webb and Cottonwood Ste. S Phone 67. Pendleton, Ore. S flllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIHIIIIIIHIIIU? DR. R. B. R0BBINS Dentistry Judd Bldg. Court and Main Sts. DAJ.B BOTFIWELIi OVtonatHiK aad Optidaa Bye. BclaotlfleaUy examined. Gluies (round to fit. American National Bank , Pendletoa. nsildlni. PHONE f U Hooks 2.1 Hides for $3.00 PAKKEK TAXI CO. Alt Cars Fumigated. Miiiiiiiiiiniiiiii mm i mum iiiiimmi mu iiiniiiiiiiiiiiicc 1 -BULGE I THE ECONOMY CAR The Buick is the proven car of Umatilla County. Why do you see so many BUICKS on the street and country roads? . There's a Reason We can prove to you why the BUICK should be YOUR CAR. Oregon Motor Garage INCORPORATES lit, 11$. iU 11$ Weat Curort M. relephooe $ S iiiiiiiiiimimi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiitiimimmmiimmmmiiiiimu? S3 S3 & I i 5 'l.Tiiii'Uii TU MI X A . rtsmps. r 1 1 1 1 1 1