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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1015
PAGE THUKF
The Round-up Date are Sept.
23-24-25 Tell your friend.
FIT
One of the most pleasant
features of the clothes we sell,
is the absolute perfect fit.
Fit does not mean that it is
possible to get intb your
clothes after a certain amount
of tugging and wrestling but
that they set snug and grace
ful, that they feel comfort
able to every part of your
body.
Bond Clothes
$15 to S30
fit you perfectly, giving grace,
ease and charm. That's why
they look better and wear
longer, .
We have a suit for you.
Bond Bros.
Pendleton's Leading Clothien
MIAIO GROWING AT
ECHO LUY PROVE TO
EE A GOOD INDUSTRY
CHOI' OK FEW FAKMFKS EXCEED
EXPECTATIONS HV M.VXV
niSIIEIA
Pope Benedict Who Mopes to End War
ADAMS FISHING PARTY
MAKES A GOOD CATCH
llt. AND MllS. UKl'AIXEX MOTOli
TO VIM EXT OTIIEK Al
, AMS NOTES.
(Special Correspondence.)
ADAMS, Ore.,' Sept. 13. Mr. and
Mrs T. A. Lieuallen motored to Vln
rtnt Saturday and were the guests of
Mr. and Mm. Kyle McDaniel.
Mr. and Mr. Elmer La Due were
In town Friday.
Sunday.
ant
Walla,
The fishing; party composed of
Mfwra. Koy Ferguson, Otis Lieuallen,
rennie Clreen und J. C. Chesnut, re
turned home lust Thursday. Their
booty consisted of a barrel of fish.
Mrf Gibbons was In town
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Norvell
' daughter were In town Sunday,
j Teddie Norvell of, Helix was In town
Sunday.
I Teddie Norvell of Helix was In town
Sunday.
J. T. Lieuallen of Walla
spent Sunday In Adams.
Mr And Mm VranU VkoK. fA U.
Miss Elhel Perlnger who has been
In Washington the home of her:ciark turned Thursday from an out
brother, Roy terlnger, for some time ln lrll, ln the mountains,
tame home last week.
ueinert Wilson or Pendleton waa
the guest of Miss Ethel Perlnger Sat
urday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Klrby and
daughters, Alberta and Joyce, motor
ed to Pendleton last week.
Dan Mclntyre left last week for
Heppner where he
school.
Two Well Known Men Order Canning
OntrilM W ith N idi h to Prepare
Crop for Markit ami Itc-ult I So
SHlihfurtory That This Industry
llo 1 nli-icd by Others,
j (Special Correspondence.)
! ECHO, Ore, Sept. 13. That the vi
cinity of Echo Ib the land of plenty
Ik the conclusion continually being
forced upon the residents of this
place and the people In Keneral. The
latent industry while not to be com-.
Pared to the alfalfa hay, the grain,
the mock, may lead to greater thin,'.
A number of gardeners here planted I
tomatoes this past spring, which yield
ed so plentifully that It was Impossi
ble to market the fruit as fast as It
ripened. In order to save theirs, A.
M. Aaron and J. VV. Coppinger each
ordered a small canning outfit. The
Price of the upparatus was very rea
sonable, the capacity Is fifteen quart
cans. It being easily possible to can
4 5 cans per hour without hiring any
help whatever.
The quality of the tomatoes thus
canned are found to be the equal of
the highest grade on the market anH
quick sale la being found for them.
' What is being done with the toma
toes can easily be done with all plants
and vegetables which are grown here!
ho abundantly. I
ISev. and Mrs. John Carver and son j
i Leonard left this morning after a j
week-end visit here with friends. Mr.
Ourver was pastor In charge of the
Echo M. E. church two years ago.
Last year the family lived at Waverly,
Wash., and this year goes to Ellens
burg. Their many friends here were
glad to meet them. Mr. Carver occu
pied the local pulpit last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammer and
daughter Beatrice motored down
from Gurdane last Friday to look aft
er their business Interests here and
returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Arthur Gulllford of Eugene Is
here visiting with her parents,
und Mrs. A. E. Hard.
RAILWAY STATIONS ARE
BOMBARDED BY FRENCH
PARIS, Sept. 10 The railway sta
tions at Nesle and Challerange havo
will attend high' uomuaruea ana neavuy aamag-
i ed by French airmen. The communl-
Mlxs Jessie Chesnut left Sunday ql" noea not ,nrow fu"her light up
afternoon for Pendleton, where she!0" rpPrted air raid by the Ger
mans against I'aris suouros last
night, but an announcement of the
casualties was officially promised as
soon as the details reach the war of
fice. German attacks in the Argonne
region continued yesterday without
cessation.
will enter the high school aa a senior,
Jack Mayberry made a business trip
to the county seat last week.
Mis Grace Perlnger left Monday
morning for Sulem where she will at
tend nhool.
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Clark and nephew
Hoy Clark, left Monday for Grass
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AGENTS FOR W. B. CORSETS $1.00 TO $3.50.
NEW FALL
limits
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Mr.
Stanfleld has shipped 500.000 Sterillrntlnr, Pa n ho AnfnrMHf
I lambs 10 tne eatern market this sea-j without Injery to th patient accord-
F. J. Young of Pendleton spent Pat-. n Bnu "'P ttl!" many more.jing to physicians Interested in the!
urday here with friends and relatives.! n'"kln hlm ,ne largest operator in campaign. A little- gland is cut,.
Orville Jackson, who has resided,1"'" nart f th1 country. j which Immediately renders the pa-
here the past three years, left last1 The ,ast of this week Dobbin &!tient sterile, but produces no other
week for Montana, where he expects : "u'rman le,,v,'r another 17 car-, effects.
to make Ills home.
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By Express
Today
In all ize, young girls' and
ladies' from 13 to 42.
Right now is the time to se
lect that new Suit or Coat,
while the stock is fresh and the
styles of the latest creation di
rect from New York. Popular
Cash Store Prices:
CoaU $7.95, $9.95, ?11.85,
$12.45 and $14.90.
Suits $14.95, $17.45, $19.95
$22.45 and $21.95.
ALTERATIONS FREE.
I Popular Cash Store I
H Better Goods for Less Money.
S (Former Wohlenberg Dept. Store Location.)
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daughters. Pauline Dakota and Mar
garet Ellen, will leave the last of this
month for Birmingham, Ala,, to visit
the former's mother.
V. H. Sayer weW to Pendleton Fri
day, returning on Nn: Ti
lt. R. Lewis and wife and Laurence
Malcom, of this place, are enjoying
the San Francisco Fair.
James Iteihlefson is home again
after spending the past week with
friends In the country.
Valley where they will farm on a Italians Caoturc Prisoners,
ranch nearby. GENEVA, Kept. 10. Telegraph-
miss Augusta Stockton left Monday;ing from the front the correspondent
morning -for McMlnnvllle where she
will attend school.
Miss Nannie Stockton left Monday
for California.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krcbs were In
Pendleton Inst week.
Mr. and Mrs, T. A. Lieuallen and
Otis Lieuallen motored to Weston
Sunday afternoon.
of the Trlbuna wired his paper as
fillows:
"The Italians have driven back the
Austrian from Plezio to Savoreck,
They have also advanced from Marno
vo to Caporetto. capturing 700 men.
Our forces also are making rapid
progress In the Sugana valley, taking
200 prisoners." . I
22 CARS OF LAMBS ARE
SOLD AT $4.50 A HEAD
WHOLE CONSIGNMENT FROM
ENTERPRISE BOl'GHT CP
BY 1U N. STANF1EI.D.
ENTERPRISE, Ore., Sept. II.
Twenty-two cars of lambs were ship
ped from Enterprise and Wallowa on
Monday, destined for the eastern mut
ton market. Before they reached
Montpeller, Idaho, they were bought
by telephone, by R. JJ. Stanfield for
J4.B0 a head, total count. They wrre
late lambs and weighed from 70 to
73 pounds, so the price paid was enry
a little under 16.60 a hundred.
mans or lambs to Mr. Stanfield, ar.c! Th members of the sterilization
they will turn over a like amount j committee are Bleeker Van Wage
aealn about September 20. The last' nen. H. H. Laughlin, A. M. Carma'.t
large lamb shipment of the season by! of New Haven, Everett Flood! ot Pat-
these flockma.ters will be made about mer. Mass., and H. W. Mitchell of
September 25, when Dobbin & Huff- Wirren. Pa.
man will deliver 7oo wether lambs to
Mr. Stanfield. and Fred W. Falconer To the Public
will ship 5000. Part of Mr. Falcon-1 "I feel that I owe e matwfactur-
er'B lot are from his own flocks anJ!er of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
part are those he bought of It. F. ! ana Diarrhoea Rerneis a wcd of
end Omar Stubblefield. I gratitude." writes Mrs. T. N. Wither-
A large number of ewe lambs has all, Gowanda. X. Y. "When I began
ncen held back by the careful flock-1 taking this medicine I was ia great
masters fot the perpetuation of thelrj pain and feeling terribly sick, due to
herds. Two years ago the tendency an attack of summer aomplafsX. Aft
was to sell everything that would ! er taking a dose of i I had aot long
bring a- fair price but now the sheep, to wait for relief as it benefited roe
Irdustry seems to be on a better ba-'al3Kt immediately."' Obtainable
sis and the men In it see the need oft everywhere. Adv.
looking Into the future.
MIND BLANK 13 YEARS,
SUDDENLY RESTORED
-I
MRS. E. II. llAHICIM.W ,
ItVKS FKiKMf SCHEME !
!
BAVARIANS TAKE CITY
FROM RUSSIAN FORCES
SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 11. His
mind a blank for the- II years that
have elapsed since he was rendered
unconscious benearlr a' Imrse's hoofs
fn a skirmish in tfcp Boer war. Troop
Sergeant William Tait, who says he
commanded a parry of" scouts after
the battle of Mafeking, has come to
himself in the emmtv buypital here-.
Tait was found fn the wood's of the
Duwamish river, near Seattle, two
weeks ago. and iiiraeined that he stftl
was In South Africa' Perkins his lost
Troopers. Shortlr before he was
found Tait heard" something like two
Pistol shots explode in his head. The
hospital physicians explained that this
explosion may Trave heeir the burst
ing of a blood Trwier that caused the
DIPLOMAT COMPT.ETES
43 YK.IRS Of SERVICE
loss of his powers of speech and at
the same time restored his memory.
Tait was able to write details ot
his early life, and when asked for
his British army identification num
ber he promptly wrote, "N"o. HIS,
Scottish Yoemanry." . He has no re
collection of how he came to America. '
Men ln England generally marry
between the ages of 29 and 30, wom
en between the ages of 26 and 27.
So Crisp
and Delicious too!
' There are definite reasons
why the New Post Toasties
are vastly Jiuperior in crispness
and flavour to any other corn
flakes.
In the new process of baking, intense heat raises tiny air "puffs' on each flake,
bringing out a decidedly new and delicious flavour the true flavour of the corn
unknown to the corn flakes of the past.
Owing to this new process the New Toasties maintain their crispness until eaten
and do not grow soft and mushy in the bowl like other corn flakes.
The flavour is so delightfully pleasant that the New Post Toasties may be eaten
and relished dry, though of course they are generally served with cream, rich milk,
or fruit with a sprinkling of sugar. ,
Suppose you try the
New
v-T" f
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Post
at all Grocers.
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NEW YORK, Sent 9. Mrs p u
Harrlman, widow of the railroad
magnate, U aiding financially a
world-wide campaign for the steril
ization of defectives In an efefort to
Improve the human race.
The plan is set forth In a report
of the committee on sterilization to
the Eugenic society, which has head
quarters at Cold Spring Harbor. L. T.
John D. Uockefelelcr and Andrew
Carnegie are also expected to con
tribute to the campaign.
The report advises the sterilization
of 92.4 00 defectives In the United
States within the next year. The
rumber to he sterilized each year,
according to the report, should be
Increased until 19S0 when It will
have reached 415.000. At that time.
It Is predicted, these and other meas
ures for the Improvement of the hu
man race will have succeeded la
brlnRlng about almost perfect men
and women.
The society has prepnred statistics
which show that about 10 per cent of
the human race Is made up of defectives.
FERLIX. Sept. 1 1. The Russian
center has suffered again from the
Teutonic baitering, ft was officially
announced today. General Von Hin
ienberg stormed the three heights of
Kiosko on the Zeel'swanska river and
the Bavarians captured Olsganka.
rtillounc!-s and Constipation.
It is certainly surprising that any j
woman will endure the miserable!
feel'ngs caused by biliousness and
constipation, when relief is so easily
had and at so little expense. Mrs.
Chns Peck, Gates, N. T., writes:
"About a year ago I used two bottles :
of Chamberlain's Tablets and thej
cured me of biliousness and constipa
tion." Obtainable everywhere Adv.
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Kentucky Fall KaiiiiK.
I.KXINOTktX. Ky., Sept. 10.
Korty-one days of racing began in
Kentucky today when a nine-day
meet opened here. Si p:. L'O the Doug
las I'ark track at Iiouisville starts an
eight day meet. The New Louisville
Jocke Club's meet begins Sept. 29
and the fall season will end with the
1-utoiiia meeting which opens Oct. 9
and continues sixteen days.
;irr inn ok those poisons
IX YOl'H SYSTEM.
You will find Dr. King's New Life
Pills a most satisfactory laxative in
releasing the poisons from your sys
tem. Accumulated waste and poison
cause manifold ailments unless releas
ed. Dizziness, spots before the. eyes,
blackness and a miserable feeling gen
erally are Indications that you need
Dr. king's New Life Pills. Take a
dose tonight and you will experience
grateful relief by morning. S5c.
Adv.
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SCHOOL AT GIBBON IS
OPENED FOR THE TERM
(Special Correspondence)
C.1HHOX, Ore.. Sept. 13. School
opened here Monday morning, with a
large number of pupils. Miss Evalyn
Meager. Instructor.
H. Swart left Tuesday evening for
Embler, Ore. where he has a posi
tion with the O.-W. H. N. Co.
T. A. McAllister and C B. Johnston
of La Grande, were here Tuesday.
Those going to Pendleton Thursday
were Mr. and Mrs W. W. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T Bonlfer and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Thompson.
E. E. Starcher ot Vmatllla was a
guest of Mr. Keith and family Sun
day. lleorge Jones was a Pendleton vis
itor this week.
Mrs. B P. Keith, wife of the O.-
W R. & X. agent, and two little
MMMSSMfl
AlVEY A AUl
WAsm.Grro se... ,n ..
A. Adee. dean of American dlplo-
completed 43 years of
continuous service in the ,,,.
partment. Adee Is the man. who
since the outbreak of the European
, passed upon everv message
which the struggle has Inspired the
state department to send. He is the
state departments' master of precedent.
It devolves upon him tr, ......
despite the voluminous correspond
hce winch dailv fl-. .
AFTER SUFFERING
TV0 LONG YEARS
Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable
Gjmpound-
Mlnneapolis, Mina "After my little;
one was born I was sick with pains in
'i .my sides which the
; '" j doctors said war
JK j caused by infiamma-
uuu. x siuiereu K
freat deal erery
month and grew very
thin. I was under tha
doctor's care for two
long years without
any benefit Finally
after repeated sug
gestions to try it we
got Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak
ing the third bottle of the Compound I
was able to do my housework and today
I am strong and healthy again. I wiil
answer letters if anyone wishes to know
about my case." Mrs. Joseph Aseixv,
606 Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, mada from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
drugs, ar.d today holds the record of,
being the most successful remedy wa
know for woman's ills. If you need such
a medicine why don't you try it T
If you hare the slightest doubt
that Lytlia V.. Pinkhum's " eata
ble Compound wiil holp yon.writo
toLydhi K.I'inkham MedicineCo,
(confidential) Lynn.Mass., for ad
vice. Your teeter will he oix-ned,
read and ansnrvred by a woman,
and held ia strict confidence.
III
At PQULSON
WILL REOPEN
Music Studio
3I5W
Alta St
Sept. 16
said which will violate precedents al-
ready established or create a prex- ' "
dent which might embarrass the next i
(feneration of diplomats Adee Is' punNr cce PHflNT
and for 30 years ha, been assistant FH0NE 666 PHONE
secretary of state. F(jr
" INDEPENDENT M ESSEN.
CASTOR I A cer SERV,C
For Infants and Oifldrea 0pe" Day 0"d N'ght
In Use For Over 30 Years Commencing September 10.
aiw.y. bears Ratca 15 cents and up.
stature of Gwffid&. RAY KELSO, Prop.