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PAGE EIGHT DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OSEGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1919. OUTBURSTS 0 EVERETT TRUE r",:::!!!!!!!!!!!!!;!!p!!P!!!l!!!!!!!l!!!!!!!!iE:!!!!!!!!!!!lll! 19 luiiiiamwiuiuiuiiuuiuiuituuiuiuiiuuiuiimu i V I I XL Brand Soup While It Lasts, 8 cans for $1.00. Pitted Nectarines, 2 pounds for 45c Pears, Halves, 2 pounds for 45c Gallon Pie Fruits, Table Fruits and Vegetables. Praetors, whole and halve: narUctt Pears, White Crapes, KUord Iinoaml Apricot. Apples, Strawbcrrlce, IjCii boriint, KaM'tirrrH'M, Blo-rrs, (jooNeborrlra, Rhubarb, prunes. Plums, White and Black Cherries. , (iaIUm Struts ffMans. lts, Tomatoes, Squash, PanipUn, 8uT Kraut, 1AU IlukJcs. : CRAY BR0& GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 28 823 Main SL ft i Prohibition and temperance advo- Variations of temperature are cetes are taking much satisfaction mUch uiore healthful than a uniform of 'ctxAha'th,e nJaiL wn temperature. As a means of preserv Venson county, Washington, has been , A, without a prisoner four months. Po- in health few things are better than lice officers say this condition is due a frequent fall of temperature, lol- 16 the fact that liquor is virtually un- lowed by a more gradual rise, obtainable. TO? MY NAM V3 02S. i AM . A CAWDtOATC AT TMS N8KT CCeCTlON 1 WD X 11 -ST TO I V I J I ' JHm I-IN l.r A Savings Is a record of money saved and deposited from time to time In a bank in specially arranged books for that purpose. Such books held by the depositors, and called Savings books, show the exact amount deposited and Interest earned. A Savings account can be started with only One Dollar or more, any amount can be added to it and any amount can be withdrawn at any time; and the balance on deposit will earn a liberal rate of in terest. ' SAVIXGS DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Pendleton, Oregon - . Strongest Bank in Eastern Oregon. "For Rent, Safety Deposit Boxes" X . KNOUA YOU'ft OUT TO CLAT- HANJ5 THC VfJTa9 I SAVft. OP . THAT ENTHUSIASM TlvJL. AfTCR You'RC ecjecTs.x ANT USS IT on the job, HT CWHCN YOU HAV6 fAADCt OOt rcu SrWKC Yoor hnO tcc you TCKX M6 TO TOl3 1.7 :m i 130 f ..1 1 New Spring Merchandise Arriving at this store daily. Get Our Prices. There is a strong appeal to the economical buyers on every price card in 5..: E- era E.3 f 3 III this store. Men's Cliambray Work Shirts Men's Cotton Flannel Work Shirts Men's lllmk fintecn Shirts ..... Men's Heavy Cotton Itiblicd Vulon Hulls. , $t.4 . $1.25 !. lmthcr J'Hced Cotton Gloves SOa. and S for 1.(M bn's Kood t anilirle Handkerchiefs,. . 4 for ann Men's Itour Buckle Uvershoes t'i.VH Boys' tine Jersey Sweaters. . . . . $1.8 and $iA Salt jour money down, j. fcof Thrift. ! - Stamps. We , are authorixed agents. Dainty Crll Blanketn ladies' Fancy Hosiery , .. 69o to Heavy Striped Tarfeta Silks. 30-111. yard... $t.69 Striped Tub Silks, per yard , $1.XS t'nlna Silk, per yard "o Satin Mossallne, ixt yard 80o Silk PttPlin. Per yard . , $1.28 Half Wool Serge, per yard , . ., : 8o . V" Unci. Bam needs your opport more Uian ever. Buy more W. 8. 8. Think of the boys over there who are giving their all. . . I I!Si!S!i!!iijliM EAST OREGON! AN SPECIAL NEWS OF UMATILLA CO. again Sunday with a load of supplies for Chas Ely. "Made" Mclaughlin, who has been seriously 111 with Influenza at Pat Daughtrey's ranch, is rapidly improv ing. Chas. Ely Is commencing work again on his saw mill. Mr. Ely ex. pects to put on a full crew of men to log aoon. Anthony Corley left for Pilot Rock where he makes his home at his daughter's, Mrs. Charles Manning. Francis Gllliland expects to leave for Uklah soon where he will spend the winter with his brother, Arden OillUand. and family. Mrs. A. I- liolln and son tiyle, of TTklah. are staying with Mrs. George Bnltn on Indefinite time. T1- Mrs. Martin's Funeral " v Held at Helix Saturday Ukiah Greets New Year With 20 Below 1TCIAH, Jan. 7. January 1. 1919, dawned with the mercury 20 below zero and it is still very cold. Mrs. Huso ns who was taken to the Pendleton hospital more than a week ago, has developed typhoid fe ver and Xew Year's day Maxwell llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli We Sell War Savings Stamps i4 Save and Serve The First National Bank gniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiii. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR A COLD j T Says Cream Applied in Nostrils j Opens Air Passages Kight Up. I Instant relief no waiting. Your I clogged nostfils open right up; the j air passages of your head clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing. head 1 ai he, dryness. No struggling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh , disappears. ' I tiet a small bottle of Ely's Cream i ! l'alm from your druggist now. Apply 'a little of this frasrant, antiseptic.! cream In your nostrils. 'It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the Inflamed or swot" len mucous membrane and . relief comes instantly. It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed up with a cold or nasty catarrh. FOR SALE ALFALFA RANCHES I have two good alfalfa ranches for sale on fine terms. You can't beat the prices, nor the terms. Better look into it NOW. Have also some good . wheat ranches, and Pendleton homes for sale. . t ' Plenty of money to loan -on good 'farms. ' - J. C. SNOW, Phone 35. 117 East Court St. Lens, her el.deet son, was taken very sick and was taken to Pendleton Fri day for treatment. Mrs. Jennie Moore who went to Pi lot Rock to care for Mr. nd Mrs. William Selby who had influenza, has also had a light attack of the flu. but Is able to be around again. Lou Mossie. Frank Shipp and George Caldwell left Wednesday with three hundred head of cattle belong ing to Mosaie Brothers, taking them to Stanfleld for their winter feed. Mrs. Luclnda Frye of Colorado, vis. ited a few days this week In Uklah with her grandson, Arden Gllliland and family. Willie Casey of Range, registered at the Uklah hotel Wednesday and Thursday nights on his return from Pendleton. J. T. Houston and sons were putting up ice Thursday. - Francis GiMIland of Ciurdane, was a Uklah visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Chilson of Bridge creek, visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk New Year's day. Virgil Peterson returned front Rieth Thursday and reports his brother. Fred Peterson and family. all ill with influenza. His mother. Mrs- Mary Peterson remaining to care for them. , Archie McCampbell of Pendleton, came In Thursday for a short visit here with friends. Frank Hllbert left for Bridge creek Wednesday on business. Sybil Gllliland of Pendleton, vlslteo In I'kiah Wednesday night. Qlarenco Daley and Gordon Mettie are putting- up Ice for Frank Cham berlain. The ice Is fine, being over a foot thick and clear as glass. Mlas Helen Meengs who has been visiting her parents on Bridge creek during tho holidays, returned to her school In Combs Canyon Saturday. Florence Ness has been absent from school for several days on account of sickness. ! ' Ed Ingram left'a few days ago for Aberdeen. Washington, to -remain during the winter. George Anderson of ."and Hollow Is visiting with relatives near UMfch for a while. ' - ; A party was given at the home or ! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ingram for the i young . oi-ople Tuesday evening. ! ' Mr Carl Mturdlvant. who recently ! returned from the hospital at Pendle ton. Is , recovering rapidly , and Is j spending the week In Uklah with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin, j Fred Grooms made, a trip to Dale i and bai k Friday. (East Oregonlan Special.) HELIX; Jan. 1. Mrs. Jessie Ray mond Martin, wife of Glen Martin, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R Ray mond of Pendleton, died Saturday, the 4th, of pneumonia, following In fluenza, at the home of Mrs. Bessie Reese, her sister, and was buried In For Sick Headache Constipation, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Biliousness, Bloating, Gas, Coated Tongue, take that wholesome physic FOLEY CATHARTIC TADLETI Act promptly. Never disappoint. Mild and gentle in action. Do not (ripe or nauseate. No costive after effect. Mr.' 8Mt Clary, Ante. Va.t "I had bad headache and took two FoMy Cathartic Tablets, . la s abort while, ray head atoppad acbioa." TAUMAN at CO. . tho Helix cemetery Saturday. ; Carl Kngdahl la visiting his cousin. Glen Scott, who Is 111 In Pendleton. ' Mr. and Mrs. S L. Garrett, are ex pecting their son, Harrison and three children from Texas In a few days. Mrs. Harrison Garrett died from In fluenza .and complications recently. Mrs. Beck Is expecting her mother, Mrs. Bishop, today, from her home in Lebanon. Abraham Casey Is here from ' Ash land, Idaho. Mrs. Dan Mclntyre Is spending the winter In California. Archie Mclntyre Is home from Port land. , Mr. and Mrs. B. R Oeist of Pendle ton, visited at the R. B. Tosler home Sunday. . ' Mr. and Mr Emll Tlmmernian are home from a-pleasure trip: to the Sound. They motored to Ellenshurg. . Dr. J. Qriswold is In receipt of a second steel helmet from his son, Ma jor Lyman Grlswold. The first was teel color and the last of many col ore, camouflaged. - : . Insurance. Farm Loans. Real K.statc JJq 3Iorg flu Cases at Gurdane; Zero Weather Our Big Stock of I.--- .-; j-, .- .. :i- Cars Are almost gone. We still have a few good bargains, whi h " ! Must Go Soon CALL AT THE Pendleton Auto Established 1907 Co. DR. It. B. ROBBINS Dentistry Judd Bldg. Court and Main Sts. Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee Chronic and Nervous Disease and Diseases of Women. X-Ray Weo- ' tro Therapeutics. Temple Hid., Room 19, Pbcne 41 CECIL COSPER PUHMO ATOUXTANT INCOME TAX ,IV1SEK 814 Main Street lrndlcou, Oregon TAXICAB7 PHONE I Books 23 miles for $2.50 PARKElt TAXI CO. -Why Pay More. (East Oregonlan Special.) OL'KDAN'B, Jan. 7. The weather has teen helow zero the past week iwlth but very litle snow. I Kvery one who has been having the flu Is able to be up again and no new cases yet. Mllford Corley, came home Tues day on a short furlough. I ' Mrs. ..John ' FTye of '. Steamboat j Springs! Colo., arrived here last week for an Indefinite visit with her son, I Fronlfc ftilliland and family '" Mrs. (ieorge Bolln and-children are able to he out again. j j Mr. and M"H. Jim fSirlght. who have ! been 'staying with tMe Taos. Khrlgtn ! family, mailt a business trip to pilot M Kock Tuesday. ' Mrs. John Frye loft for Lkiah last week to visit a short time with her grandiwin. Arden CIMiland, and fam ily. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knrlght gave a New year's dinner at the Jones ranch, only near relatives were preHent, those being Mr. and Mrs. Wllllsm Corley and family. Wllford f'orley and the Enrlght family. Frank Chapman and family return ed the first of the week, after spend ing Christmas with Mrs. Chapman's parents, Mrs. J. H. Mettle and family of t'klah. Jess Brehm mae a business trip to Pilot Kock last week. He has been sick several days and after his trip to Pilot Rock be was taken worse. bu Is setting along. -uioely now. HOMINY FEED The Heart of the Corn the most economical Hog Feed. Also Wheat and Bar ley Chop and other hog feed. BLYDENSTEIN & CO. 1300 W. Alta Phone 351 5 Room 7, Temple Bldg. J Phone 771 8 a Dr. H. A. Schneider 4 S . DENTIST B 5 Pendleton Oregon K Duncan Citizens Are Having Good Skating (Rant Oregonlan Special.) DUNCAN, Jan. 7. An enjoyable. watch party was held New Years' eve at the depot. Popping corn and pull ing taffy formed the amusements for the evening. Inex Farrls Is at the home of her mother recuperating from the Influ enza which she had about three weeks ago. Kussell Wilbur returned Saturday from a several days' visit in llermls ton with friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Boucher and son Richard are preparing to leave the middle of the week for Walla Walla to make their future home. J. C. Khuns, the forest supervisor. paid tho Duncan station a visit Sat, urday. returning to Walla Walla Sunj duy. The people of Duncan are enjoying some good skating on Meacham creek. This is the first time the creek has frozen over for several years, ,D. W. Murchlson Is expected to ar rive In Duncan sometime this week frtim his home near Summerville. ; Leon Cooper returned Monday front a few days sojourn at jueacnam. . A self closing faucet on the kitchen hot water supply will efffect a grra aavlng In heat. Mm, SUFFER Almost any man will tell you : that Sloan's Liniment ; means relief " For practically every man has used It who has suffered from rheumatic aches, soreness o( muscles, stiffness of . joints, the results of weather exposure. Women, too, by the hundreds of" thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, lame bocks, neuralgia, sick headache. Oean, refreshing, soot hine, economical, quickly effective. Say Sloan's Lini ment to your druggist. Get it today.-; aoo, , si. so. 5 TTTT TP" I i American National Bank Building, Pendleton. Eyes Scientifically examined. Glasses ground to fit DALE BOTHWELIj Optometrist and Optician 001 The kind you like to burn. All kinds and . sizes Pi' frTfcSJsyf'lisEH,, Ut i I ! SHYTHE-LOIIERGAII CO.! Phone 178 Quality Quantity Service llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIUIIIIU ; wmtman ss CANDIES! j Just received, a jarge 8 5 supply. You can't buy f better candies, better j assortment, anywhere J t in' the world than right 5 8 here. We nave tried to rd i.u: i: . e 5 carry mis puncy u dc- v lecting the best through j out our business. p Come in and judge 4. for yourself how- well B we have succeeded. 5 V Tallman ) Co. i 9. 5 a , ., ' loading Proggisu. f S w - 4 Pst Monakhan made a business trip 5 Jg Trade in Your BUICK Now - We can use ? a JiratteSTumDer of used Buick , light sixes, also DQr E-35 modelsj ' . . - .We will take your used car in exchange on a new Buick, Hudson or Cadillac Automobile. NO RED TAPE, bring in your car and get cash credit on a New Automobile. ' Oregon Motor Garage s 3 S n S3 c ' 5 s ss a -3 a , a 3 5 a s a BUICK HUDSON Distributors CADILLAC 2UUIlUIlUIIllUUIIIIUlUJUIIUIIIlUHIIIIlIIIIIUUUU!IliU!lI!IliniUU:!Itl!UUUUUilLj to Pilot Rock Sntiirdnv-, returnlna i . 1 1- ramziUmt' ir'