East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 05, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    EIGHT PACE3
DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, FEN'DLETON, OREGON THURSDAY. AUGUST 5. 1915.
FAGF, FIVE
SATS
XOOK A NICE "PEMECO" POT ROAST OR BOIL IN
THE COOL MORNING TOR LUNCH.
".Pemeco" Boiled Hams
"JPemeco" Ham Sausage
".Pemeco" Minced Ham
"Pemeco" Liver Sausage
"Pemeco" Blood Sausage
"Pemeco"' Bologna.
Limberger, Swiss, Cream Brick, American Cheese.
RIPE FRUITS
Peaches
Plums
Apples
Oranges
Bananas
Lemons
Berries
VEGETABLES
String Beans
Cabbage
Parsnips
Onions
Radishes
Squash
Roasting Ears
KNIGHT'S PICKLES, OLIVES, RELISHES.
SERVICE
QUALITY
SANITATION
The Central Market
PHONE 45S
LOCALS
i dvcrtishg in Brief
HA'Vi'.A.
Vt lliir Ilrvt InM-rtioti lc
Jvr Hup. a.idliintiHl tnwrii'in . . . . 5r
lr line, jnr rtumtb $1.00
No l hIr iMltt-n for tn than 2.V.
mjii 6 "if)luat7 KorrtH 10 line.
tH-alB will ni lie tikpQ otit th
tlm uuti rciolttaot'e Bust arcom
pmij order.
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REFUSAL or 1COITK.
(Continued from pace one.)
vent vt the Mtubllslimcnt of the ru
ral rout. Aa this number did not
In any 'ay meet the requirements
of the department that an average
of four fainlllea residing more than
one mile of travel from existing fit
rllltle ihall he'mippllcd on a pro
poned route, the case wai closed ad
veraely, and unless It can be shown
that conditions have materially
ihnnKed so thjtt the n-iulrementj of
Test Your Own
Eyes
The above groups of lines
should appear uniform when
held at arm's length and you
nhould be able to read the fine
print below with ease when
held at 14 inches.
fcsiiDiUfcii, use $&i!ic$ o! Spectecies
t. fet bent.. M
aM in 1h rr.ni'
lf lormea wmwi. ( "oti
HuN if p litr '"iurr fro
is
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i j it lb t1tT in
ion thai f t are
o( ungual rfrrnlj
If you are wearing glasses
make the test with your glasses
on. If your vision does not meet
the above requirements
See
Dale Rothwell,
Exclusive Optician
American Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 609.
the department cub he met. It eems
Inadvisable to take further action in
tne premised at th la time.
Sincerely yours,
JAMKS 8. HI,ANLEV,
Fourth AHKlstanl I'ostmaster General.
Mr. Hurdy la atlll not diacournged
Me states that he went over the pro
posed route yesterday with another
resident and found 48 families with
in A few mllefl nf the rnjut nml wrml.l
he glud to receive service from the
mute, tif thinks.
MAY STORE WATER FOR
NAT IN OLD RESERVOIR
A pnxAlhle solution of the natatori
inn wiiter problem may be found In
the use of the old reservoir n a stor-
uite place Tor the overflow water
when It U not b.-lnK tnken by the
MVlrmrtlng pool. A number of the
city official have, been considering
lhis matter and, while the proper
connection may not be made this
summer, It is probable that the nc
cesjiary work will be done next year.
At the present time tlieic in plenty
of overflow water In one night to
refill the pool If all of it could be
taken. However, the pipes feeding
the pool are not lurse eiiounii to car
ry all of the overflow unci, conse
quently, additional water Is necessary
the next morning to completely fill
the pool The water commission does
not feel at liberty to furnish this wa
ter directly from the -mains. How
ever, If tlie overflow water from the
reservoir on the nights when it s
not being emptied Into the pool were
run into the old reservoir and stored
there, It would be available for use in
the pool whenever needed. The cost
of making the proper connections
would not be large. It is believed, in
asmuch as the overflow pipe now
runs within 40 feet of the old tener-
volr.
for fuel fone flv.
Foor fresh cow for sale. W. W.
Hurrah.
Girl wants general housework
I'hooe 2f,"W.
For sale Three fresh Jersey milch
lows. Inquire this office.
Man wants steady Job on farm.
Apply Ed Houck. Columbia Bar.
Want to rent or buy ueed electrit
vibrator. Address Eox 705, City.
Separator man wants position; good
reputation. J A. Policy, Adams, Or.
For sale Five sere tract with good
house In Riverside. Address Box- J 5
It. F. D. J, City.
John Rosenberg, Court street
watchmaker and Jeweler. All work
guaranteed.
For rent 6 room houne, good con
dition. Apply 915 E. Court, I'hone
446.
lVndlrton Welding Shop, welds all
kinds of castings. Next to Slope Oa
rage. House for rent, furniture for site.
Bargain. Housekeeping rooms In con
nection. tilS Willow.
Very many people desire to buy
lands in eastern Oregon. What have
you to offer, and price? N. Berkeley.
Old paper for sale; tlaj In bundle
Good for atarttng fires, etc. 10
bundla. Thl office.
Good pasture with running water,
II. 50 per month, 1 1-2 mile west of
Stanfleld. Write to W. T. Reeves,
Echo, Ore.
"Mutt" take the big loads and
"Jeff show the speed. Penland
Bros, haul anything and reasonable.
Furniture van and storage warehouse
Office 647 Main street. Phone 119.
For sale One 34"' Ohio Alfalfa
cutter, and 18 It. P. gas engine. Write
or Inquire of P. H. Buchholi Co.,
Stanrield, Oregon. ' j
For sale cheap Five room hous
on Jackson street, corner lot. Easy
terms. Phone 2, or call room 2 over
Taylor Hardware Co.
For sale Motorcycle, Harley-Oa-vldson,
twoepeed Twin, 1914 model,
good condition, II 10 cash, new price,
1300 Reason, we now have automo
bile. Address, ' .Motorcycle," care E.
O.
Hair dressing and dyeing, mani
curing, shampooing, scientific elec
tric facial massage and scalp treat
ment, ladies or gentlemen. Combings
made to any design. Hair and orna
ments at reasonable price. Miss
Hart, at Hansen Millinery.
M. 1). Smith Is in from hi Juniper
ranch today.
J. H. liaker is down from Miacham
today on business.
Fred Daughtery of Htanfield was a
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
J. T. Hinkle. Hermlston attorney, is
a business visitor in the city today.
Joe Hayes and John Clancey of
Heppner were in the city last evening.
H. D. Lamp, prominent frultman
of Freewater, was In the city over
night.
Carl S. McNaught, prominent Her
mlston business man, Is in Pendleton
today.
W. Tape, manager of the Hot
Lake Sanitarium, is making Pendle
ton a visit.
Fred H. Bell and E. I, Moae of
Hood River, were at the Pendleton
last evening.
E. C. Quirk, popular traveling
salesman, Is making Tendleton one
of his frequent visits.
Commissioner Mac Cockbiirn Is reg.
lstered at the St. (Jenrge w hile attend
ing the county court.
Iaiu Hodgen, prominent Vincent res.
Ident, Is here today to attend a meet
ing of the fair board.
E. P. Dodd. Hermlston realty
dealer and member of the county fair
board, is a visitor here today.
Wulter Owens, who is employed by
the P. P. & U Co.. left yesterday
noon for Portland on his vacation.
'ieorge Batesman. who formerly ran
a law publishing house In Portland
but who is now on the road, is a vis
itor here today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schaefer, v ho
have been stopping at the Golden
Rule for several months, are leaving
for Pasco, where Mr. Schaefer will
be employed In a bakery until fall,
when he plana to return here.
(Continued From Page Two).
For Sale (lieap.
One Buffalo Pitts 25 H. P. traction
engine in good condition. Inquire
Van Petten Lumber Co. Adv.
Hoiim for sale.
Two a. re tract, 7-room modern
huu.c. Large barn and (hlcKen
house. Matlock and W. Bluff. Terms
I'hone 30SJ. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Matthews of
Indianapolis, have arrived to visit
Mrs, W. H. Nebergall, a niece of Mrs.
Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews
have been to the Panama fair and on
the way up the coast visited many
points of interest. They will remain
in Pendleton for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Sutton left today
for an outing at Tillamook.
Miss laisy McPherson has returned
to Pendleton from Corval'is where .Khe
attended the summer school of the
"regon Agricultural Collese.
Mr and Mrs. l II. lutton and
family of Pullman, former residents
of this city, arrived in Pendleton last
night by auto and are stopping at the
St. George. They were accompanied
back by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whlttaker
who have been visiting them.
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! SAMPLE SHOES S
ARE BETTER j
And You Can Buy Them For Less Money. Come In and E
E Look Over Our Line and Note the Money You Save by E
Buying Your Shoes Here. E
Children's slippers 65
Children's oxfords and
pumps 05
Misses' oxfords and
pumps.... 05 and $1.45
Misses' shoes $1.35
Children's shoes 95
Boys' blucher and button
shoes $1.65
Boys' fancy button
shoes ?1.05
Ladies' gun metal button
shoes $1.05
Ladies velvet pumps $1.45
Ladies Julietts ?1.19
Ladies' fine dress shoes
at 92.65 and 92.95
Milo pumps 92.95
Men's work shoes.... 91-05
Men's dress shoes up
from 92.65
Men's Oxfords 92.85
Men's sport shirts 50f and
65.
Men's dress shirts 85,
Men's Keep-kool unions
at 85
Hunter brand overalls and
jumpers 69
Men's work pants.... $1.45
Men's heavy work shirts
at 45
Boys' overalls.... 35f, 45
Boys' shirts.. 35t and 45f
Boys' underwear, the
garment 12,i;k
Boys' suits up from 91-
Men's tailor made suits
at 914.75
Men's dress pants 9-
to 93.85.
Men's hats 91.45 to 92.45
Men's bathing suits.... 75
Boys' bathing suits 5Cn
Ladies handkerchiefs S'jf
and 8
Good Coal 'and Wood.
Our Rock Sprint, coal burns clean
giving you more heat and less dirt
for jour money. Good dry wood
thet doesn't boil, but birns. Also
lab and kindling. Protect yourself
from cold and cost order from B
L. Burroughs, phone B. Adv.
FRANKLIN TEST CAR IS AT
ENO OF 1000 MILE TRIP
OAKLAND I'.KACHKD iAST KVKX
ING. TIMK BKINO 82 HOI RS
AND 10 MIXfTES.
Kelly's Auto Repair Shop.
All work guaranteed. Electric
starters a specialty. Second hand
cars bought and sold. Cottonwood
street, opposite city hall. Phone 633
DK-dullon Notice.
Notice is hereby Riven that the firm
Hoch & Van Dusen. proprietors of
nghnm Springs, is this day dissolv-
by mutual consent. W'm. Hoch
II continue to manage Bingham
rings and will collect and pay all
tstanding bills.
Dated July 31. 1915
WM. HOCH
V. E. VAN prSEN.
THE HUB
23 Sample Store. 745 MAIN ST. 5
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ROUND-UP DATES.
The 1915 Round-up will be held on Sept. 23, 24, 25.
IX POUND.
The following described animal hns
been taken up by the marshal of the
City of Pendleton, to-wit:
One bay mare, about 12 years old
weight 900 pounds, spot in forehead,
branded J. K ronenctcd on left hip.
U said animal is not claimed bj
the owner or those entitled to the
possession of It, costs and expenses
against It paid and It taken away
within 10 days from the date hereof,
then at 2 o'clock p .m. of the 10th
day of August, the said animal will
be sold to the highest bidder, at pub
lic' auction, for cash, at the city
pound, located at the Depot Barn.
Cottonwood street, In said City of
Pendleton, the proceeds of such sale
to be applied to the payment of. such
tosts and expenses of making sale,
Dated this 29th day of July. 1915
JOHN KEABNEY,
City MnrshaL
t
lwly Swimming Instructor.
Miss Daisy McPherson will give
swimming lessons at the Pendleton
natatorium. Lessons, SO cents each
or 6 for 12 .50. Telephone 207M.
Nccmrltie) Arc Small.
NEW TOBK, Aug. 5. A Bmnller
amount of securities are maturing
this month than In any month of
the year thus far, the. total being
about $35,000,000. Th remaining
months of the year, however, will
show even a smaller amount of ma
turities and for some of the largest
of these are financing already has
been done. Included are approxi
mately $87,000,000 for Pennsjlvanla
railroads 3 1-2. The largest matur
ity in August Is Wabash railroad (
per cent receiver's certificate total
ing $11,000,000.
Having made the entire trip from
Walla Wall: and Pendleton to San
Francisco, a distance of 1000 miles,
on low gear and without stopping the
motor, the Franklin test car reached
Oakland at 4.20 last evening, practi
cally terminating Its journey Inas
much a.s the ferry must be taken to
reach San Francisco. The trip was
made in the remarkable time of S2
hours and 10 minutes, the car hav
ing left Walla Walla at 6:10 a. m. on
Ausust 1.
A night letter telling of the suc
cessful conclusion of the trip was re
ceived this morning by the Pendleton
Auto Co., from Manager J. W. Mc
Cormmach. The road taken was al
most a direct line from Pendleton to
San Francisco, the message read",
and some fearful roads were "nooun
terHi. The roads over the mountains
ft om the North Fork of the John
Day io Burns were very had. due to
the heavy rains which had washed
greit holes and left many hili cen
tc:s. From Burns south acrosr the
desert, the roals were even -voisc!
because of stones and sand dunes.
B-t spite this fact, the car mad" thg
trip ahead of schedule time and Mr.
Mi'Cormmach is willing to wager that
no other cur than a Franklin can do
tie same feat with all. of the gears.
So rapid was the journey that the
tagcige of the three men, sen: by
".rain from Pendleton the day before
he start was made, only beat them
into San Francisco one hour and the
high and intermediate gears, ship
ped by express, had not arrived.
Making the trip on low gear is
equivalent to two round trips to
Oukland on high gear, according to
autolsts; In other word to running
4000 miles on high at a speed of 45
to 50 miles an hour.
3 CHH-DltEX PERISH
WHEN HOME BI RNS
LAKE DELAVEN. Wis., Aug.
5. Afraid to leap to safety,
three children of George Bry
ant, president of the Racine
Rubber Company, huddled to
gether in the upper window of
their home, perished In the
flame that destroyed the build-
Ing. The fire spread and swept
ten cottage before It was check-
ed with dynamite. The loss Is
estimated at $100,000. 0
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' LEFT WALLA WALLA AUGUST 1ST AT 6:10 A. M.
ARRIVED AT OAKLAND CALIF., AT 4:20 P.M.
AUGUST 4th AHEAD OF OUR SCHEDULE.
ABSOLUTELY THE MOST SEVERE TEST AN AUTOMOBILE MOTOR WAS EVER
SUBJECTED TO
Walla Walla and Pendleton to San Francisco, 1000 miles in low gear over rough,
storm washed roads in 82 hours and 20 minutes beating our scheduled time.
Read the Telegrams and Ask Yourself
uiu a mmnw GOOL?
Z '. 1 i ZZZZ CAN ANY OTHER MAKE OR CAR MEET THIS TEST? J
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE ANO TELEGRAPH COMPANY
TELEGRAM
KtH-eived at
Vkiah, Oregon, Aug. 1, 1915.
PKXDIiKTOV AITO CO.,
PENDLETON, ORKGOX.
I'KIAH KIGHTEEN MIXITES AHEAD OF SCHEDULE; hETTEIC
THAN WE EXPECTED; ROADS ROCGH; CAR O. K.
J. M. McCORMMACH.
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
TELEGRAM
Received at
r.urns, Oregon, Aug. 2, 1015.
I'ENDIiETOX AITO CO..
PEXDLETOX, OREGOX. t
ARRIVED BVRXS TWO THIRTY SIX MILES AT FIVE TWENTY,
MAKING UP TIME SPENT AT PEXDLETOX AND TEX MIXUTES LATE
START AT WALLA WALLA; MOTOR Rl'XXIXG PERFECT; ROADS
VKIAH TO MT. VERNON WORSE I EVER DROVE; WERE TWENTY
MINUTES ItEHIXD SCHEDULE AT MT. VERNON.
J. W. McCORMMACH.
WESTETN UNION
Telegram
Reirrlwd at 110 East Court St., Pefdlctoiv gon.
LAKEVIEW. ORE.. AUG. 3, 1915.
PEXDLETOX AITO CO.,
PEXDLETOX, OREGON.
ARRIVED LAKEVIEW EIGHT P. M, TWENTY MINUTES AHEAD
OF SCHEDULE: BEEN FIGHTING HIGH CENTERS ALL THE WAY
FROM NORTIIFORK; IF WE GET OUT WITHOUT KNOCKING BOTTOM
OFF CAR I'LL TREAT THE DRIVERS INCLUDING MYSELF; MOTOR
PULLED SXND. SAGEBRUSH, ROCKS ALL DAY. BEHAVING WON
DERFUI.LY; REDDING THIS EVENING.
J. W. McCORMMACH.
WESTERN UNION
Telegram
ANDERSON", CAUF,'7:15 P. M. AUG. 3, 1915.
TEND LITTON AUTO CO..
PEXDLETOX, ORE. '
REACHED REDDING FIVE FORTY; CAME OVER MOUNTAIN" OX
SCHEDULE TIME: MOTOR PERFECT.
J. W. McCORMMACH.
WESTERN UNION
Telegram
! WINTERS, CAL., ANG. 4. 1915.
PENDLETON AUTO CO.,
PEXDLETOX, Oro.
AHEAD SCHEDULE: DRIVING M XI11 M SPEED; TRYING M KE
OAKLAND FOUR TODAY.
J- W. McCORMMACH.
li-18 P. M.
WESTERN UNION
TELEGRAM
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL., 5;:t p. M.. AUG I, 1915
PENDI.1TON AITO CO.. w . ,
PENDLETON. ORE. '
ARRIVED OAKLAND FOUR TWENTY; CAR PERFECT CONDITION'
SEE NIGHT LETTER.
) J. W. McCORMMACH.
WESTERN UNION
NIGHT LETTER
CAL.. VG. , I9I.V
SN FRANCISUo,
PEXDLETOX AITO CO..
PEXDLETOX, ORE. ,
Arrived at McLain s phioo without stopping nntor. Th,. n.a.l ,. took Is
alnHist a dlrtvt line from IVndlcton to san IVaiieico. iw,, ,, ,-onsidcrl
atlon Ui the condition or tlie rouds. Roads from North Fork John Day
aero, mountains to Burns wcrr in very bad condition due to heavv rail.
bWnK' !icd out in places until we had to literally jump over hijih MM-ks
In oenter of road. From Bums south aenwt Harney desert was Pvcn
wwse for rocks and sand dunes. Could m wire you ortonor as there was
no trtrgrapli ofnoea on our route. Received Sre,t ovation aloiur route ami
eanwtally at San Francisco. I am betUnK odd, tliat no auto other than
Franklin ran cover this mute In a short a lime usJnx all the gears he can
think of. Get art.T express office and rush hiKh and intermcdiato in-ar a
It lias not arrived and the express company vliouht at least be as fast as a
Franklin on low Rear. BasKne sent day before de.rture only arrived
one hour ahead of us.
' J. W. M OHMM CII. '
THE EFFICIENCY OF THE FRANKLIN IS PROVED
NOT BY CLAIMS.
BY DEMONSTRATION
Pendleton Auto Company
Phone 541 812 Johnson Street
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