East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 15, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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Tiio Scliooiboy's Lunch
WILL BE BETTER IF YOU USE
"Pomoco" Gold LIoqI
The Sanitary, Made in Pendleton Kind. y
AN ORDER OF
"PEMECO"' BOILED HAM
"PEMECO" LUNCH SAUSAGE
"PEMECO" JELLIED TONGUE
"PEMECO" HEAD CHEESE
Will Convince You of the Superior Quality.
"PEMECO" MEATS are grown and prepared in Pendle
ton. Booit home industry buy buying at home.
FRESH SALMON, HALIBUT, SMELT.
KNIGHTS PICKLES, OLIVES, RELISHES
SERVICE
QUALITY
SANITATION
The Central Market
Phone 435.
108 EL Alta St
LOCALS
Advertising in Brief
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j FIFTY FOURTH ANNUAL STATE FAIR. p
J. H. Booth, Prest. W. Al Jones, Secy.
E3 1905 State Fair Not Held on Account of Lewis and m
II Clark Exposition. p
f $20,000 IN PREMIUMS j
IH An Exposition in itself. The Pride of Oregon. A
p Great College for the one engaged in Agricul- if
H tural, Horticultural and Livestock pursuits. i
H A FULL WEEK AT THE OREGON STATE FAIR H
m BROADENS THE INTELLECT. j
HI Munter, the Aviator, will make Two Flights Daily.
HI Free camping space in a shady Oak Park. Free
H Stalls for Campers' Teams. Free transporta- m
H tion on Railroads for Exhibits. j
pi For any information relative to the Oregon State f
fH Fair which opens September 27th and closes 3
5 i October 2nd, write to
H W. AL JONES, Secretary
SALEM, OREGON m
Fashionable illlinery
OF THE LATEST UP TO THE MINUTE STYLE
TENDENCIES.
It is a genuine pleasure to us to show
you our large selections.
CARRIER MILLINERY
740 Main Street.
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E Water Melons right off the vine. Canteloupes, the finest E
E ever. Just received large shipment at E
East End Grocery I
JOHN DYER Phone 536
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For fuel fone flv.
Wood for sale. "5 cents a load.
Phone 650.
Parties wanting Mrs. Mechling to
sew, jihone 2B5R.
Want to rent or buy used electrle
Tlbrator. Address Box 705. City.
For sale, reasonable, two desirable
residence lots. Inquire 401 Aura.
Wanted Furnished house for the
winter. W. J. Conaor, 49 Main St.
For sale 80 head stock hogs.
Weight 70 to 130 pounds. Inquire
this office.
Wanted Work by high school boy,
Saturdays and after school. "J" this
office.
Six room house, with garage, for
sale. Located at US Long street
Telephone 13F11.
John Rosenberg, Court street
watchmaker and Jeweler. Al work
guaranteed.
Wanted Woman for general
housework. Inquire Mrs. steiwer, 103
Lewis street.
Old papers for sale: tie,! In bundle
iood for starting fires, etc. 10
lundla. This office.
For rent Housekeeping apartment
In strictly private home. Inquire 615
Post street or phone 2fcR.
For exchange 40 acres Irrigated
land In S. Idaho' for Pendleton prop
erty. Address 517 Garfield St.
Very many people desire to buy
lands In eastern Oregon. What have
rou to offer, and price? N. Berkeley.
We.nted School girl to help with
housework for board and room. In
quire 601 Franklin street. Telephone
3 9 J.
H. M. Teel was up
bis hump at Kcho.
It. K. Reynolds of Oorvallis is reg
istered at the Pendleton.
Sloan Thomson of Echo w.is a guest
of the St. Geoge over night.
Mrs. Alf McAlvy of Hi ilx was a
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
Don Prultt came up this morning
from Stanfleld on the motor car.
A. P. Myrlck, who Is In business at
Echo, was up from his home yester
day. Charles' A. Trowbridge .prominent
John Day stockman, Is at the Bow
man. ' I
Mrs. Jack Pendergrast of Vansycle, I
has been here upon a chopping trip
today.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Blum and Miss
Clarice Blum of Prairie City, are in
Pendleton. !
Harry Slebert left today for Cor-
vallls to re-enter the Oregon Agricul
tural College.
L. C. Lens, of Spokane, head of the
Pendleton Flouring Mills, took No. 17
for Portland today.
Mrs. John Timmerman of Helix
was a passenger on the morning
Northern Pacific train.
Dr. C. J. Smith came up from Port
land this morning and made a trip
to his ranch west of the city.
Charles 8. Buffum and R. E. Pad
dock, who travel out of Walla Walla,
are Paying Pendleton a visit.
L. M. Cqpry, traveling passenger
agent for the Northern Pacific, made
a trip to Pendleton this morning.
James M. Kyle, the colossal chief
executive of Stanfleld, came up last
evening and spent the night here.
M, Gale, well known local mer
chant, left on No. 17 today for Port
land on a combined business and
pleasure trip.
S. D. Peterson, Milton lawyer,
transacted some legal business here
this morning and left on the noon
train for Salem.
Pat McDevItt and Terrance Crossen
left yesterday afternoon for the south
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Garbage hauled at reasonable! end ()f the .county on a hunting trip
prices, aii worn promptly oone. Any Tney expect t0 return Saturday.
i-Annings,
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place In town.
W. R R.
For ale Seven room modern
house, plastered and In first class
condition. Inquire C. Rohrman, 118
Grange street.
Lost Open face Burlington Special
"old watch on Pendleton-Holdman
road. Finder return to this office.
Reward.
There will be a dance at German
Hull, Saturday, September 18. Good
music, good management and good
time assured all.
Wanted 100 Macaw parrots. Must
be able to say Edith Storey and the
Island of Regeneration. Apply Man
ager of the Pastime Theater.
or sale Span small liorsea.
John Beales, prominent representa
tive of a Portland machinery house,
in making Pendleton his first visit In
six years. The city has changed re
markably for the better since he was
here last, he states.
har.
(Continued From Page Two).
Miss Gladys Balrd. Miss Margaret
Stoddard and Mrs. Ephriam Barnes
of Haker will attend the Round-up as
representatives Of the Baker county
fair association and will be special
ness and covered hack, suitable for, guests of the Kound-up. The ladies
camping purposes. Inquire Commer-lwere the winners in the contest which
cial Livery Stable. the fair association conducted and
Wanted Young man to travel with the tri t0 Pendleton In Round-up
manager and solicit In country. See ,lme wi" be thl"ir reward. The direc-
Mr. Youse. French Restaurant, 8 to!lurs " ,ne unn-up are planning to
9 a. m., 5 to 7 p. m.
TOLEDO. Ohio, f-eut. 15. German
agents offered President O'Connor of
the Longshoremen's national organi
zation one million and thirty fh"
thousand dollars if he would cause a
month's general strike of the Long
shoremen on Pacific and Atlantic
docks, O'Connor declared today. A
Boston man, he said, offered a big
bribe for a strike at Atlantic ports.
Such a strike was intended to hamper
shipments of munitions to the allies
and give the Austro-German agents
an opportunity to blow up the vessels.
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Silver Tatting Shuttle
Beautiful silver engraved or
plain.' The new kind with the
fine needle point.
85c EACH.
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JEWELER
Eitablbhed 1887
The HALLMARK Store
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Germans Seize Schooner.
CHRISTIANXA, Sept. 15. The lum
ber schooner Randula, bound from
Arendal, Norway, to England, has
been seized by a German submarine
and taken to Heligoland as a prize.
The schooner Wansbeck was set afire
by the same submarine. The crew
was saved.
and is also cheaper in the respect
that it will last much longer. It
gives the same protection to the timepiece.
A watch crystal of celluloid which
has just been patented can be made at
a cost greatly below that of giass.
Before You Let Any Con
crete Work
It will, pay you to see
S. RUGO & CO.
Phone 536. Pendleton, Ore.
THE QUELLE RESTAURANT
Wanted 100 Macaw parrot. Must
be able to say Edith Storey and the
Island of Regeneration. Apply man
ager of the Pastime Theater.
Houses for rent Want to lease
three bungalows about to be built in
very desirable locations. Reasonable
rent to permanent parties. Address
"S" this office.
"Mutt" takes the big loads and
'Jeff" show the speed. Penland
Bros, haul anything and reasonable.
Furniture van and storage warehouse.
Office 647 Main street. Phone 339.
Any man or woman with 31000 to
12000 to Invest In legitimate business,
will be guaranteed 25 per cent annu
ally on Investment. For proof, ad
dress, quick, "E," care East Oregon-Ian.
For Sale.
Furnishings of seven room house,
receive them and entertain them
while here. Two young ladies will al
so come from Haines as winners of a
newspaper contest there and will be
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. E. Pruitt while here.
Karl K. Doerrles and Miss Anna M.
Damon were united in marriage this
morning at 11 o'clock at the Baptist
parsonage. Rev. E. R. Clevenger offi
ciating. Only a few friends were
present. Both the bride and the
bridegroom have been In the employ
of the state at the Eastern Oregon
State Hospital.
EXROLIiMEXT INCREASE.
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Gain 74
Owing to the fact much farm work
is not yet done a number of families
have not yet moved to town and the
Including Ki anich-Buch piano. Phone j enrollment will be considerably in
635J. creased over the present figures.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS FOR THE
EAST OREGONIAN ROUND-UP SERIES
For Sale.
On account of leaving the city, 1
wish to sell my modern home, 221
Jane street. Reasonable term. En
quire at E. O. Office.
(Adv.) SCOTT BUTLER.
For Sale.
My home place on McKay creek of
320 acres, 160 In summer fallow, 100
in stubble and 20 In alfalfa. Will sell
stock and equipment with place, if
desired. Write or see Charles Man
ning, Pilot Rock, Ore. Adv.
Good Cool and Wood. 1
Our Rock Spring coal burn clean
giving you more heat and less dirt
for your money. Good dry wood
tht doesn't boil, but btrns. Also
slabs and kindling. Protect yourself
from cold and cost order from B
L. Burroughs, phone 5. Adv.
Don't Put It Off Mail in Today.
Date
.1915
East Oregonian Pub. Co.,
Pendleton, Oregon.
Enclosed find 25c for which please send your special
Round-Up Editions postpaid as yer your "special offer,"
to the following address :
Name
Post Office
Name of Sender
Social Dance Wednesday EvpnlnK.
There will be a social dance at
Moose Hall Wednesday evening, Sep
tember 15th. Good time and good
music guaranteed. Admission, 50
cents, ladle free.
(Adv.) COMMITTEE.
Notice of Change In Firm.
Notice i given that N. P. McLena
ha purchased the interest of W. J.
Burn In the City Auto Co. of Pen
dleton and after this date the firm
will be known a N. P. McLean A Co
and will be conducted by N. P. Mc
Lean and Bert Peterson at the same
location. D. H. Nelson, trustee, has
tamed over the entire business to
the new company and the said N. P.
McLaln & Co. assume all obligation
and will collect all outstanding ac
counts of the former City Auto Co.
D. H. NELSON.
W. J. BURNS. 1
N. P. M CLEAN.
BBRT PETERSON.
Dated thUJtb. day of September,
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Holy I .and Armed CanvP.
JERUSALEM. Sept. 15. Armed
airships and aeroplans are continually
flying over the birthplace of the
Prince of Peace at Bethlehem, ac
cording to the Bote Aus Zion I. Messen
ger from Zion I. a paper published in
Palestine by a Swiss missionary.
Soldiers are maneuvering every day
on the Mount of Olives at Golgotha
and Jerusalem. Between Judea and
Jericho, where transportation was by
mule pack In the flays when Christ
came to bring "peace on earth." u
road is being constructed for armored
motor cars.
Fast dromedaries of the camel corps
maintain communication between the
camps In Palestine and the Turkish
headquarters. It is supposed that the
concentration of the young recr'ilt
In the Holy Land is with a view to
another attack on Egypt.
CM?Z.3 M. MOHH.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Sept. 1
Charles II. Mohr, of Baltimore, son
the slain Dr. C. Franklin Mohr of
this city, has so far been unable to
locate the will of his father, who Is
reported, to have left an estate of
about half a million dollars. Mr.
Mohr states that his father's- second
wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Tiffany Mohr. ac
cused of conspiring with three ne
groes now held in Jail to murder her
husband, has promised him his share
in his father's estate.
Open Day and Night
Special Evening Lunches
Fine, Clean Furnished Rooms
Connection Steam Heated
Meals 25c
Gus LaFontaine, Prop.
and
up
Pancake Title claimed.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 15. Constable
John Plgg of Mt. Vernon, 111., is full
of righteous indignation.
When he scanned the public prints
recently he saw Enrich Braatz of St.
Louis, heralded as the world's cham
pion pancake eater, all because Braatz
had eaten 65 pancakes to prove that
his wife was a good cook and that in
digestion did not lurk In her victuals.
Pigg seized his trusty pen and sent
the following screed to the editor:
"I can beet that all holler if I have
beer to drink with it. 1 am consta
ble, city park, here, and every body
knows the Pigg family are heavy
eaters If we can drink a bottle of
beer for every 10 pancakes. I will
cove over and beat him or bust, for
I know I can."
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Woodland Farmer Killed.
WOODLAND, Wash., Sept 15.
Dobert Simpson, owner of a 110,000
ranch on the edge of town, was killed
in a runaway four miles northeast ot
the city. He died a few minutes after
he was found, lying by a rock crush
er, by neighbors.
Ilobers entered the home of P. W.
Troutdale today and obtained $35 In
cash and silverware.
FEKDLETOX, 0REGQ1
ESTABLISHED 1882
Known For It's Strength
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Prohis Claim a Victory.
COLUMBIA. S. C, Sept. 15 Prohi
bition leaders claim a victory today in
the referendum to decide whether to
tal prohibition should replace the
present local optlhii law.
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Man Relieved Ixwt In I'lre.
HOQUlAM. Wash., Sept. 15. John
Enciulst. a watchman, cannot be found
today and probably was cremated In
a fire that destroyed the Cohasset
Hotel, the largest on the North Pa
cific const last night. The loss Is
125,000, partly insured. Near-by cot
tages were saved. The hotel nad been
closed for some time and the origin
of the fire Is a mystery.
It Is said that one pound of coal
burned under the boilers In the big
Power house of the Interboro Rapid
Transit Co.. In New York, will carry
one passenger over a distance of two
mile.
Were a Buny Woman. "
You'll need all your extra linen next
week. Don't wait until the last min
ute and then eipect us to return your
work the ame day. We are always
willing to accommodate you with a
rush order when we can, but it will
be Impossible to do so next week.
(Adv.) DOMESTIC LAUNDRY.
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Build a home on
that lot of yours
Huild It yountt'lf - it aw?
h ml won tun Ira I . ? . will
buy a compute li.iuie imm
the pM(T "It norli dwn"
house company of th I'Htii'lc
Count. 1'artn nuuitifreii
rvatiy to be flttiM toKtlur
anil that all ttn-it Is to tt.
Juttt follow tho pUui ub
a hammer a tuilwtunna!,
lrinanent aud attratMlre
home mults. Your own
tilths car r let) out and satta
faction aiiarantm).
Catalogue fre write ta
do for wr copy.
UmiT Built Hou Co.,
994 Broadway, Poitlund.
Oregon.
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for your office
or home
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$3.00 down
$3.00 a month
Manufactured for and for sale by the
Pacific Power & Light Company
Easy payments make them easy to own.
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