East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, November 26, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 191!
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FANCY
CI
WHEAT FATTENED
PEMECO"
PORK
by the II Per
side
8c
Pound
PREPARED IN AN UP-TO-DATE ABATOIR
GUARANTEED SANITARY AND WHOLSEOME
Sauer Kraut, quart 10c
Pumpkin 40c, 50c
Heinz Mustard, pint 20c
Eastern Oysters, Olympia Oysters, Clams
KNIGHTS PICKLES, OLIVES, RELISHES.
SERVICE
SANITATION
QUALITY
gThe Central Market
P hone 45S.
10S E. Alta St.
LOCALS
Sb Advertising in Brief
HATES.
Per line first Insertion 10c
Per line, additional lnf tlou 4c
I'er line, per month 11.00
v ihhIh taken for lew tuan !.
' mrit ti ordinary words to line.
I .wain will not be taken ovar th
telephone client from Kant Oregon
Ian paid up sobacrlbara.
Additional Social and Per
sonal News on Page 2.
ntat manufacturers' showing Flnei
Furs, Saturday only at .Sayres Store
For chimney sweep, phone I C
Snyder.
Great manufacturers' showing Fine! Word has been received here that
Fur., Saturday only at Sayres Store Mlaa Hazel Wxrlck and Mlsa Helon j s .()rvell. Helix merchant, is
Dressmaking, Mrs Bowman. Phone Ka ''"n lrl who iTr in the city today. He reports his
J43M attending a aeminary at Tarrytowi. ; ,n K(gHr recovering from the in-
on-ine-nuiison. win .menu iri';iUiv y, s,,Ht:,ineil recently in an au-
Mrs. Weatbrooke Dickson and little
daughter. Mary Loulae, left to'lay
for Portland to spend a month at the
home of Mrs. Dickson's mother. Mrs.
Noon.
Great manufacturers' showing Flnel
Furs. Saturday only at Sayres Store
Dressed hogs, 8 cents pound, a I
Cash Market.
Wanted By refined lady
ns housekeeper, inquire "L
fke.
Army-Navy game at New York to- to ltccident.
morrow aa guests of Cadet Frankl
Sterling Silver
Pencils
A silver pencil has
most a necessity.
become nl-
Bertholet of Pasco, son of Conductor
' Qua Hertholet of the Northern Pa
position clflc train to Pendleton
thit of-
dii Wednesday at the Methodl. t
of Helix is a Pendle- j S
I- D. I iwens
ton visitor today.
G. K. Merwln of Salem is register-if
ed at the Pendleton.
Chris Johnaon of Helix Is in UttlJ
Furs, Saturday only at .Sayres Store!
Wanted Four or alx boarders, SI"!'
Mill street
aL.i .. i, i.-,,,.. parsonage in this city. Mis Blent he
fiulnes ol Helix iiecam.. tne nnde oilv"
Harry N. Hicks of Helix, the cere -I Harry McDonald of Pilot Rock wj
mony being performed by Rev ('. A. at the Bowman yesterday
I Hodshire in the oreseni'c of lust i amit- w.i.-...,;., ,.f larsew .... ,,i
'ileal iiuiiiuiu. luieis luunuig i mr, rrjp,(s
Furs, Saturday only at Sayres Store,
For rent Furnished rooms with ...
heat and bath, inquire 502 Jackson, i wgt0B (ormr, principal of one of
Penland Bros.' transfer Co. have the grade schools In' Pendleton, was
lorage warehouse Phona 319, j married on Tuesday at Weston to
John Uosenberg, Court street I Robert BloratTen, S well known
I watchmaker and Jeweler. All work , young farmer of that community
The marriage vows were administer-
Anita Klrkali
1 BARGAINS!
Real bargains in
LADIES' SEAL AND
LEATHER HANDBAGS
Any handbag in the store
Vi-PRICE.
Less than wholesale.
Tallman & Go.
Leading DruOMs
XNNOI W fmi:t.
I hereby announce myself sa a
candidate for election to the ofllce
of councilman for the Second ward.
subject to the action Of the voters' rou to offer, anc
at the turning election
I (Adv I A. H. COX.
St. George
Grill
MERCHANT'S
LUNCH 35c
Served daily, except Sumliiv
from 11 to 2.
We are now receiving daily
shipments of the QejutfM
Original "Hof Brau-Quelle"
Crawfish.
Only first (lass house In
Pendleton employing whitu,
ihef.
Cater to VOW VptsBtlte
J. K. Al.l.F.N. Mgr.
We
ftTarsnteed.
For rent or sale Eight room mod
ern brick house with garage, in good
location. Inquire this office'.
Old papcra for sale; tied In bun
lies. Good for starting fires, etc.
10c a bundle Thla office.
. Very many people desire to buy
lands In eastern Oregon. What have
price? N. Berkeley.
Furniture for sale and house .or
rent Mrs B. Ft Trombley. Phone
111.
J vxaut to rent an
Dec. 20th If possible
Welch. Box 643.
Lost Dark brown cayuse mare
ed by Rev. n. D, Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Hornet . Watts. Mr.
anil Mrs Linden Vincent, and Mr.
and Mrs J. D. Plamondon of Athe
na, were among the out of town
gUostS at the Klks bull last night.
ThanksKh ing day In the city
J A Campbell of Hermlstor
a Thanksgiving guest at the
George.
Carl Monroe, day clerk of the Se
ward Hotel in Portland, was here
yesterday on a business-getting trip.
Mr. Snd Mrs. C H Olcott have
returned- from San Francisco where
they had been visiting for several
weeks.
Miss Dora Myrick has recovered
from a sever elllness and is able to re
sume her duties at the Alexander
Department Store.
The HALLMARK pencils are
well made and very' reasonable in
price. They come in sterling silver
or gold plate at the same price.
Magazine style, holds five leads,
long or short style, $1.00 each.
Straight clutch style, holding one
lead only, long or short pencil, 75c
each.
Small screw pencil, sterling or
gold plate, plain or fancy patterns.
25c each.
Royal M. Sawtelle
Since 1887
The
HALLMARK
Store
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TO ROOM M I M'L
Chamber .t
for Pretty
Oommci'ce Idvcrtl
MaiiU as t it Guests
ipartment
James
B l
Justiie delivered there trite ivmarks
to the husband:
"You don't have to knock your wife
down and blacken her eyes to create
Cruelty. The lash of the tongue is
far worse. Your temper, conduct,
words and actions toward your wife
have been bad.
"The man that loves his wife must
love her all the time. You can';
FEE NAMES HIS CHOICE ON
ALL NORTHWESTERN TEAM
tling in Pendleto
for several years.
Adams. Until a
moved to Wall
his daughter
Where he. Bf 1
Later moving H
rear ag when h
t Walla to live
rhester A. Fee of Pendleton. thirl
best athlete In the United States and
rack captain at the University of)
the new.pai.ers for pret- treat her brutally most of the time j Oregon and P"mK
.... ........ ,u ... h.e ..fter- rolleate oaper. has made out his paper
'I.WIN.VAT1. Nov 1. What IS
probably th. most unique iian ut
advertise a city waa launched here
by tff.- chamber of Commerce, which
i-.,..ihe.i mane atar In tureneau. , i. ,.d advertisements m tne wan
, ... Star1 on eleht shoulder. K"- eAlutrnia of
.r.l offered. Phone 2W. iv irlrla in each community wtthlaland then pretend to love hei
flreat manufacturers- showing Fine! a radius of let mHes to represent warts; ,he OSt stand for this eba
, L I, . -re; t.e Cincinnati. statu bickering. You must know that
' ' , k . . ,. .,,, ,,e ... Mm cant l? the autocrat when vout
I Fr sale-300 tons of grain btjf. The SttttM ... the , s w m be t jmii,ved .,
Will sell in lots or win ieeu siock ui' ran in.", nuwi - M(v lM.cartlllo sued her husband
any kind, horses, mules cattle or leonaMy 1'epresent the . n telling ... . on the srnd of
i sheep R. B. McEwen. Athena, Ore , the BMCee of ISimw . ! abandonment and cruelty. DeCrtil.
For sale-or will trade for Ume-''" ne iZZ Ji.. Uppearrt as his own counsel. He
lilla county grain lands, good vaMsvjThey will hand out attra, . croaa-examinee his wife, testified in
ranch near Sclera. Orefon. Inquire m books of t"Tw behalf and then crosa -exam-
si ColeswortlTy's Chop Mill. HI ft I" add. Ion. the ehams. ol W a-
anerce will place Brett) giria nt eai u .
Ana street. ,.i, i,,, ..i
... ih. in road depots m i 111. Int.-' '
Qreat manufacturers' Showing Vine
CRACK ATHLETE
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TON FROM
F.I.IMIVVI I -WA8HIXG-II
ST.
til hta death. m femaine. ther-
The decer
children ls '"rvTed by
ter; Mra Arbogait of Ft.
la. and Stewart of Walla
six r Henry Arbogaat of this
grand .nuid children and one
child survive him
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Siein-Bloch
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Overcoats
'"urs, Saturday only at ftayrei Btoral
Prompt automoblte taxi service,
day or night Funerals to camef ry
only 13. 5. Phene 110. Quelle Res
taurant. Car Tor country trips, phone
70 Carney ii Huey Taxi Co.
Wheat farm of 320 acre, to trade.
Will take city property to extent ot
one-third amount of first payment
and mortgage for balance. Apply
Pendleton F.xchange, Room 2. aver
Taylor Hardware
Great manufacturers' BhoWlHg Fine j CartiHe aftHinst
Curs. Saturday only i Sayres store DaCartlllo, the
In addition, the chamber
merce will place pretty girli
..f the railroad depots in t
to direct visitor-. This plan has m.
er been tried anvwhete before.
team for the 1915 season
Northwest choice is:
Ends Zimmerman, W.
Mitchell. 0, of O.
Tackles Beckett. U of
W. S. C.
Guards Smythe. O. A. C
O. A. C
.Center Rlsley. U. of O.
guarterhack Huntington
Fullback Doane, W. S.
Halfbacks Abrahams,
Hangs. W. S. C.
The University
His .'H-
irv Mi-Arlofl THIs CW.-jk;,,
Proitlmfs fiancee.
Wtfl
SjMSMal
ark.
D. of
of
BLACK EVE N LOVK TOKI.N.
lushing In Tongwe IMd Mote Be.
rere and liiim-iv xinint.il.
team-s.
WHITE PLAINS. V Y.. Nov. it, -i'ollowmg
the decisi.i ..f Justice Jo
seph Morehauser In the supreme
court grantinf! a separation and ISO a
month alittmny 0",Mrs. Marie De
hor husband. Louis
"orapard king," th
ass-
lit hi Walla ltoad Itody Is Named
WALLA WALLA. Wash. Nov. 2
,- -The committee to view tne propos- j omjtted lrom eollgid
led F.lgin-Walla Walla auto roan " .caff Kington is av
1 named by president Paul ft W eV- tm, ,eadng No
rauch: ..f the Blue Mountain imo..
Roads' Association This commltte".
S. E, Harris. C. A. Galloway and
B. Ryder, all of Elgin, is to !ew the
routes proposed on the Elgin .
Three routes have !en tUsCUBSed
The r..;td to the summit n this ''de
will be selected by Welle Walt, and
Milton people. It Is planned to have
the survey completed be fete wiBfei
sets in.
C
TaVashington
Monstrous showing of
correct stales in overcoats.
Fabric patterns used em
brace the season's many up-to-the-minute
styles. Cut,
make and trimmings are de
tails that have been care
fully looked after in the usu
al Stein-Bloch way.
Prices $20 to ?35.
I ALEXANDERS I
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I We Guarantee to Teach
1 You to Sing or Play any Musical Instrumont
BY OUR SYSTEM
Yon can learn to sing or play any Instrument better and In less S
time than I" nj other system Our system is the product of the E
world s best musicians. It maker, learning s pleasure. Thousands
of students in nil parts of the country recommend our courae.
bj, more thoroughly Introduie our work we are offering our reg- I
nlar iU, course for tit. We give you a written legal guarantee to
teach yu. For a Few Days Only we are offering a New Flat Man- -dolia
an imported Herman Violin, for home practice purpose, to each S
student who enrolls at once. To those who wish to take up plan..
and have none on which to practice we will furnish one for practice
purpose 2
TKMM or CHAROR
North Western College of Music I
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ttBITTAltY
e e
Oeor
1915.
his
Woman Rales Life Policy.
maihsuX. Wis.. N"ov. II. When
once a married woman Is made bene
fkiarv b a life Insurance policy, this
caaaot be .hanged without her . on-.
sent, regardless '" ctause in Oje
K)o permirtiug one to change the
beneficiary at any time.
This was the decision of the Wis
.onsiri supreme court, the opin: M
being written by Justice Vinje.
CHICAGO, M ov. 2d."1
Mrs Gait? Why. I think
Mrs. W G. McAdoo, who wf
Eleanor Wilson before her m
uavthe, to Secretary McAdoo. took a
j hreath in Chicago.
"To put it mildly, we are .
i lighted and overjoyed at It
i Mrs Gait we are devoted b
I She is the most lovable, et
i woman in the world. There
I not be a happier happening 1
jUttkm. Fee sas! Wilson family.
ewedly outclassn-l) "I wish I c.uld begin to e
th er.em football j mywlf without getting superl:
: enthusiastic Not that I do
I want to rave, but I never know
1 stop. Let
a ! love her
"She is a remarkable wom.n
will he most gracious mltr
the White House. She has II Ally,
personality, charm, sweetness am)
wisdom. Our family more than, wel
comes her. As for the wadding,. ...
that will oe announced front' pr. aoer
sources"
Mrs. ilr A.l no looked like a college
her little black drees, fllrnc.l
hoes and
rriagur
eS,
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Aa t or
ler.'
tttareo'
cotil-i
' the
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not
when
ell'
1 ami
Sa el
Camilla has 1.115.000 men
ftjr military service, of whom
cent are physically fit.
lilable
B Arbogast died Nov. 2:t
t' 11 45 a m. at the home ol
iiufhur Mrs. Etta Stewart
' a' ia Walla Interment was N'ov.
ai the .Mountain View cemetery,
W.4I1 Walla, the services being cor
.lucte.l by Rev. Richardson of Afl-
1 Jitis.
The deceased was born Oct 29.
183S near Bloomlngton. 111. He
served three yean and three months
in the 41st regiment of Illinois. Com
pany F.
He was married in 1S63 to Xial
Julia Anne Wyatt of Jacksonville.
Illinois
In the year 1S6S he moved to La
Cygne, Kansas and lived there until
1889, when he moved to Oregon. Set j
air! in
about the ankles her trim
the iroth of whi
rou t
-TUIIM GRIPS V
rti.NMPKt;, Man. ov. :t
sweeping eastward r,, Al)eri
t
aauasa&cnewaa, en
Qtorms ii( recen
i'oba. paralyitint
cations from this
roaty hampering
Main m'les of
phone poles are
IBO worst .-leel
(TtWed Man-
rts eaaMnm-
if.-t and sci -
The Breakfast
Shapes the Day
Load the stomach up with a breakfast of
rich, greasy fooil. and you clop both di
gestion and mind.
For real work real efficiency try a
breakfast of
Grape-Nuts
and Cream
Some fruit, an ejrp. toast, and a cup of
hot Postum.
Then tackle the work ahead with vigor
and a keen mind. There's joy in it.
tirape-Kuts is a food for winners.
"There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers evervw here.
I
PKXDLKTON,
5 Room . 7 and S. Despaln Rlk
OREGON'.
Cor. Court and I'ottonwood
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