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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 191ft, RAIL? EAST OkEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, PAGE EIGHT OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE fnr the I. C. Peniiey Co. 5 . : .... ... Home Canned Fruit IN QUART JARS IIIKHJUKS, 1UAC'K IlKKIUKS AMI KM) HASPBK1UUKS. IMnniry Butler. received fresh each day, 8 lb. roll.... Mo, C, & K. M1IU. cau "J liiiH-rWI tVifrco, In bulk, St puuuds ai.ww Mountain Potatoes. KH lininds -- Mtneo Meat In iiulk. Ubbys. xttnd sua lb. lall Ilutlcr Creek Honey Fresh Solid irllc, Miuid lU-d Mexican Chill lVMiers. pound ouc 8EKIVS IX lU'l.K Stnwclls Kverarecn Seed Corn: rriy Minnesota Seed Corn: American Wonder Peas; Premium iem Peas; striiudcsM tireen Pod lleans; Onkm Sets; com Itfcie lino or New York, Michigan. California and OrcRou Seeds. ; SPECIAL SOAP 1EAU SKE YESTERDAY'S EAST OKKGONIAN. Bua iaaw - - w , . . , . ... , . j !; of SDnnir Merchandise than Here wc come with a bigger aim ueiwMine oi P"" 1 . evcr and our prices are sure making them all st up and take notice. CO-OPERATION IS THE SECRET OF SUCCESS. . 197 Stores co-opeVate with one Mother in buying. 197 Stores co-operate with you in selling. , - m . . . vivr! Tn YoiT. ... . MP MflT rtiT 5 j Ifti HO Indies! Yon will b rr.v ir you aim i imy your MiiiiiK xult (r eout lu re. lon'l full to take a look at tliexe new siirinit iK-autleii. You can nnve ten to fifteen ik.llara on a uult or xmu l,a,ll.-S Hprlmt t'ol MUlles- KrliiK KnltK !. Men! Tk'ou can buy claswy mrliiK dress suit, or a ittiod luiHliicss suit here nt hlg sitting. Good lllue Seilto Sulta., $17.R0 to 21.75 Tr'ancy Worsted SuitM $10.75 to $I.SU Itoj-8' Kuiekerbocker Suits ... $! to 13.50 A Nation wide Institution You Can Do Better At , ' Incorporated GKv.- ; 5 Km GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. "QUALITY" Two Phones 28 The Average Man may be willing to take a chance where the cost does not involve but a few dol lars, but when it comes to banking, hee does not at all care to do any experi- " menting, is perfectly willing to leave , that to others. He wants to be sure that. ,! the institution where he transacts his business is strong, secure and reliable, and where its officers are thoroughly versed in banking and capable in giving prompt and efficient service and busi ness advice. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK PENDLETON, OREGON "Strongo! Bank In Eastern Oregon.' : F; -wf f ALTA FRIDAY AXD Eureka! Eureka! l.'all fiaJosman and have this Wonderful vacuum uli-aner dim "l.nstrated in your h'me. No ob ligations. Phone 305. r-w fu, ! r : . -. 7 I i """ ....z., P '" Source" hr " " ' NOW THAT THE WAR AND WINTER IS OVER . It Is tlma to think of buying a ranch. I have a long list of wheat UndV diversified farm, and stock ranches. In large and small tract A modern home, one among tho best In Pendleton. 8 room, plaster ed. and hard wood floors: bath upstair, and down; f.replace base ment with furnace: large lawn with fruit and shade trees. U is a fine home substantially built, will be sold at a sacrifice price. The ojwner tok name the price, so If you mis. a bargain you are to blame. MONET TO LOAN ON LONG TIMK. 823 Main St, 8 On liaud for distribution ..some good Farm Jterartht 4 SATURDAT. BETTER AND SOFTER LIGHT la assured by th. ne of aoma of these beautiful fixtures of ours. They give a light thai illuminates the room perfectly, but that does not tire or strain the eyes. They ar mot aspen slva oon.lderlng tnelr extra ef ficiency and ertra beauty. Why not at least aee th.mt J. L. VADGHAN LIBERTY BONDS ItOl OUT POIt CASH. Money to 1wn In hmalt am ountM. Itooni A, Juiiil llulldiiig. 0: V- S fr t ll E. T. WADE, Pendleton, Oregon.. 1 twA-3 hasty- grr ' ----- EAST OREGONI NEWS OF Westland Farmers Busy AVith Their Spring Work (East Orecontan Special.) WESTLAND, Ore.. Feb. 20. There is water in the Western I-and Co.'b ditch, the first time for the season and tho farmcra are busy with ihcir eprhiff work. Two Mowers are fit tho station fill ing cars with chopped hay. Also, much baled hay is being loaded at present. Mrs. Stevens of Lower Butter creek has been called to Salem by tho seri ous illness of her mother, Mrs. Basey. Mr. and Mrs. C. IS- Lisle and small son, of Pendleton, aer visiting at the home of Mrs. Leslie s parents, Mr. anu Mrs. James Ware. C. P. "Stanyan has been appointed gate keeper at the diversion dam near Umatilla. The water for the Irrlgon project is taken from the river at that place. Mr. Stanyan has leased his farm near here to Arthur Luce for the coming year. James Spencer has been to Pendle ton for medical treatment the last few days. Ho is suffering from re cent injuries to his back. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Warren and daughter Jane were down recently, from their farm near Pendleton visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. . H. Shaw. Tom Baegin. representing the Standard Oil Co. warehouse at Stan field-, was in the neighborhood last week for the purpose of establlnhlng an oil and gasoline station it West- land. I. r. Basey will be in charge of the new station. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jacson of the Minnehaha neighborhood, have aa their Buests their daughters, Mrs. Dooley and Mrs. Morris of Montana. Also Jay Porter, formerly of Mon tana, but lately of Honolulu. During the war he enlisted with the merchant marina and was fireman on one of the coast steamers running between RECIPE TO CLEAR A PIMPLY SKIN PI.VPI.KS AUK IMPt'HITIIvS SEEK. IN(J AX Ot TLI:T THKOl till skix routes Pimples, sores anil bulls usually re suft from toxins, poisons and Impuri ties which are generalted in the bowels and then absorbed Into the bloofl through the very ducts which shoulu absorb only nourishment to sustain tho body. It Is the function of the kidneys to filter impurities from, tho blood and cant them out In the form of urine, but In may Instances the bowels create more toxins and impurities than thi kidneys ran eliminate, then the blood uses the skin pores as the nevt best means of getting rid of these impuri ties which often break out nil over tht skin in the form of pimples. The siirewt way to cleor Hie skin of those eruptions, noted authority Is to get from any tilKurJowey plmul four ounces of Jail. salt and la.kn t tif blespoonful in glsss of hot wairr each morning before breakfast for oin week. This will prevent the formation of toxins In the bowels. It also ntlmU. kites the kidneys. to normal activity thus coaxing them to filter the blood i Impurities and clearing the skin ol pimples. ' ' Jad Salts Is Inexpensive, harmlesf and is made friyn the acid of grapet and lemon Juice, combined with lithia. Here you have a pleasant, effervescent drink which usually makes pimples disappear; cleanse the blood and is ex. cellent for the kidneys as well. j Abundant Health (m assured when 'there Is good bpM,d In the veins Hood s Sarsapnrllbi Is the medicine to I make good blood. liegln taking it 'now. It Is Just what the system need at this time and will do you great good. Sharpens the appetite", strart j le the ijervoe. AN SPECIAL UMATILLA CO. the States and Honolulu. Mr. Porter is looking quite thin but doesnt say whether it Is due to the "flu" he haa while in Scuttle or tho work it took to keep I'ncle Sam's ships going. Grain Looking Fine At Gurdanc; No Snow ' tKast l iregotiiau Special.) Gl'ltMNK. Fob. 20. With lots of rain at Clirdauo the -past week tho fall grain is looking fine. No snow at all. The Red Cr.oss is busy making robes at present. Miss Bridget McUevitt of Pendleton is visiting her brother. Charley McDevltt. for an indefinite time. i Mr. and Mrs. McCollotigh made a trip to Stanfieid last week, returnlns home .again the latter part of the week. Mrs. McColloughs mother, Mrs. Gll- liland were 'with them and will visit relatives (n Stanfieid awhile. Mrs. Kffio Wright of Drummond Idaho, and two children who has been visiting relatives In Uklah for some time came out the first of the week and visited with her sister, Mrs. Bun Moore and family until Saturday when she; left for Pilot Bock to visit friends and relatives before leaving for her homo again. Rov Montgomery, George Taylor and Arna Harrington went to Ukluh last week on business. Bun Moore made a business trip to Pilot Rock last week. Tom Kelts and family visited at Guy Frehchs place on Butter creek .Sunday. Ed Ledgerwood came out from Uklah for a few days visit with hi. sis. ter. Mrs. Bun moore. ( Tom Enright and family left Tues day for the Frank Jones place at Pi lot Rock where he will help Mr. Jones on tho farm. ' Mrs. Frank Gilllland and children, who has been with her husband on Butter creek, has returned to their home again, Mr. Gilllland coming over to the Jones ranch with thei sheep. . - ' "' ' "" 'ha. pay has got In over 700 logs despite tho bare ground whlmh he has had to log on. having but very little snow at any time. Dave Wymore and wife were down from the mill over Sunday. Roy Shepard is Home After Eight Months in f ranee fKiiMt OrcBonian Special.) MKACIIAM, (Ire-, Feb. 2D. Hoy Shepard arrived home Weilnemniy evening and surprised his parents. Hoy ban Hpent elnht months In Kanco In trniio Sam's servico and returned to Canin I-ewis about three weeks- afin. whero he received his dlHcharge. Mrs. Oeorae Crook returned home Monday evening" after upending a few days in fendleton vIkIIIhb friends. Kd Welch whM a buHinens visitor in Pemiicton Monday. 1 Mrs. liudley Ilbukborn w.isi hero o fw Ihvb from Hcnrtleton, vmlllng at the homo'of her fnthcr, William I hilf. "-. " ' I Mrs. Ilocers and . Mr. ajul Mrs.! Wlter went to a rriincli' Monday, evening to attend the Klkir" Jmll. Jack Dockwelller returned .Wed-, nentlay from McKay where ho has been engaged In trapping. Hoy Khefvard and his brother Allen.) went to Pendleton Wednesday to spend a few days. Mr. and Mr D. C. Knowlton left Wednesday morning for a few days' stav In the city of Pendleton. i Mrs. Frank Hanlen Is here for a few days at the home of her mother. Mrs. .T. B. Baker. J. K. Marshall Is In Pendleton on business .this week. Mrs. Dave Rogers returned to her homo In Pendleton Tuesday morning after (.pomling a few days here among friends. Whippet tftllKf Bre oeinM unc. France to -drag gang plows. This . , i .....) r.t Inrrlntf th inooiTiii-o ,11.-, , . j iurds tolo ,lowhari-H. Dog Goes On Flight Across Continent In Army Airplane SAJf IIR;o, Feb. 21. Major Albert Smith, piloting the lone airplane remaining or the squad ron of five wliU li begun the trans, continental trip from New York. Is expected n arrive at ltockwclt field Saturday afternoon, accord iiut to a telejrrum received by Lieut. Col. Harvey Hurwell, Major Smiths tell trra m Kuid l" would leave rt mIIhh. TcuiS, today and that he will -jnake sti at Phoe nix and Tuenirtn. ' 41 - AiXMinpanyiiur the major on Ills fllrfit from New York ns passen- -fier and mamtil, 1 Jlu, a police do, said to have' establtishc'd an enviable record in criminal work In the metropollu and roHrted to ? be the first dog to essay a trans- continental Weriat Journey. FORCED TO MURDER DECLARES MEXICAN PITKHLO, Feb. 21. That he was forced by two companions, who blind- folded him, to stab and rob Ynocenziu ; Oroscu, a Mexican, In Gilchrist, Colo., : Ian. 22, is the assertion made by Jose j Silva, also a Mexican, arrested In Pit- eblo Thursduy and now awaiting trial i on a charge of murder in the county COUGES AND COLDS QDICKLYJEUEVED Dr. Klng'sNewDlscoveryused since Grant was President! Get a bottle today It did it for your grandma, for your father. For fifty years this well-known cough and cold remedy has kept an evergrowing army of friends, young and old. For half a century druggists every where have sold it. Put a bottle m your medicine cabinet. You may need it ia a hurry. Sold by druggitta everywhere. 60c and $1.20. Bowels Acting Properly? , They ought to, for constipation makes the body retain waste mattera and impurities that undermine the health and play havoc with the entire system. Dr. King's New Life Pills art! reliable and mild M action. AU druggists. 25c TAXICAB 7 PHONE I Books 28 Rides for $2.50 FARKEIt TAXI CO. Why Pay More. r iww?ncvara Boom 7;. Temple Bldg. . Jr. K .... n I'hone 7J8 ximui .i.u-- S Dr. H. A. Schneider 5 5 " HBXTIST. K p Pendleton.,, f Fendleton., , . ,,., ,,vxegou DR. R. B. ROBBINS Dentistry Judd Bldg. Court and Main Sts. CECIL COSPER TVMAC, ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX ADVISKIt 614 Main Street l'endleton, Oregon fioldiers and Civilians Alwsys Wel oxitne to Kpend Their Idle Hours at Tobacco, Clears, Pool, Candles, Ico Cream, Sodas. Bert Campbell. Mgr. 632 Main Street Telephone 90 American National Bank Building, Fendleton, Eyes Scientifically examined. Glasses ground to fit nr r rTTI Vt'Tf T. . I , nr. ' f OpfnnirtrW and Optician Tim HOT Jail at Greeley. Orozcos body was discovered on the morning of Jan. 28, containing several knife wounds, his pockets turned in side out, and 1300 in cash and Jewel ry he had been-wearing missing. Silva was traced to Pueblo, where he had been spending money freely, and was arrested. He admitted the fact that he had stabbed Orozco, ac cording to Kussel W. Fleming, dis trict attorney of Greeley, but declared NEW BOOKS JUST RECEIVED at Frazier's Book Store Winds of Chance, Beach Desert of Wheat. .Grey Gjeat Adventure, Theodore Roosevelt Dere Mabel. . . Streeter That's Me AD Over , Mabel. Four Riders of the WILD FIRE NOW I Have You Caught Your Steel Headf "' ' . - 6 ' - Fish for the big ones now and get in on the big J ISOL B A U M I j - Sporting Goods Man. j 4 Look for the Fish. Hotel Pendleton Bldg. 8 YES, THE GARAGE IS LEASED ' and two of my best plncxn are soldi to pleased l"!nillrtrtn eile. But I Mill have a number ir very draJrablo wiuill awl InrRii farms for sain at right prices If taken before spring opens. Also a flno restaurant proiMisitlon. No comnclltlon. A first class blacksmith shop doing- a fine business, for sale or lease. City property at very low price Write me for particulars ronccniltipr anything you want Id this local lty. A. W. Lundell, Box 85, Weston, Ore. Your Credit Is Good I Investigate Our Easy 1 1 Payment Plan you wiui n.vii tt-HK Fui.iowiNi vsi:i caiih in oi h 3 ;H - .,TOC:-Tf)lAYt J .",'! 3 !3 l17 nulek Idulit- Six T- l?i Touring; Vnr. This untoniobllc Is E !3 In riH'Idul eotidltlon; nil good tin's nnd ready for llio road. g 3 l-;asy terms. I9IH Hulck l-'oiir K-:i5. l"ractlrall.y as kimmI tin new. TlilM utile ear liM.ks mid riitis like new. tur prlee on this automo- 1 3 hilo will sunwise you , anil Just think, only 275 trash pay- s 3 mi nt.- Itulanee In monthly paymi-nts. 3 1U17 l.llK-rty Htx, Five 1-unsciigcr. This car has been prl- ! 3 vately owneil by a l'endleton business ninn who has given It 3 the lxvt of cure. 3 S Our price on this cur Is very low; our terms are tho best. S I Oregon Motor Garage I BUICK HUDSON CADILLAC 3 Distributors 3 119-121 West Court Kt, Pendleton, Oregon " jS . IlUUUUIIUIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllimillUUj : itwo conipunlons had seized lilm, blindfolded him and forced him to, stab ......I i,..,,.n Ijtt.r ihpv tootr t hit money and jewelry he had procured from Orozco's body and gave him nothing for his share in the crime, ho sahl. venrlnv that he would be suspect ed of the crime, Sllva, said, he fled to Pueblo. He declares tho identity of the two men he claims forced him to oommlt the crime Is unknown to him. Apocalypse. Living Bayonets, Lieut. Dawson Daughter of the Land, Porter All of the Tarzan Series.' Zane Grey's Complete Works. SELLING FOR 75c illllllillllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 5 3 11''