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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1918,
. & rtfr VZm vSm 97fi rU r.
I.lbviny Open 10
m.' to B n. n.' i Now (case euaranined Sunday.
For the next !twi or three .jwecRa tlrammar, 619 Thompson
1ml 11 further notice the? library wlfl be jThree TieW cases today, Mtss
open from 1 (Pa. m. to 0 p. m.. giving Jacobs! 120 Lo slreet; l'eter
Harry and Byron.'. Gurnm, Pendleton
street, Iinay return In the near future.
Jean arc at present at Quecnstown,
longer day time service but no night ;on, 218 Thompson; name unknown,
hours for the present.
Following In the report of C. O.
Jlrouoh, 'pinrantlne officer, for today;
617 Madison. Those make
10 cases in the city.
For Itching Torture
irritation and that makes the skin soft,
clear and heaKhyv
Any druggist can stipsly you with
lemo, which generally overcomes all
Ekiit diseases. 'Acne, eczema. Itch, pim
ples, rashes, blackheads, in most cases
give way to zemo. Frequently, minor
blemishes disappear overnight. Itching
usually stop instantly, emo is a safe. May 1 til urn Soon,
antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and j According to word from the war
dependable. It costs only 35cj an extra office which savg that member of the
large bottle, $1.00. It Will not stain, is navu aviation who are stationed In
not Rreasy or sticky and is positively ,. ,i ,..,j ,,. i, .rn,i
SUIO lui icrimri, wcuaitlvc dkijis.
" The . W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O
totul of I jo Qiiosllonnalrv In.
Seventy eiueslionnairos from Pen-
' dleton women show that there aro )
Shooting llucks Afti-r Sundown, inurses In the city who are either prac-
A Mr. onn Doe paid a fine of $2r, tlcal. graduate, or regixtnred tiuraes.
at Herminton Saturday on a charge of seventeen homes "Were mipplled with
shooting ducka after sundown. Tlie !nurss In the Influenza epidemic, but
sentence also carried with tt loss of the demand has been considerably
gun and hunting license. The arrest neater than could be supplied.''
was made by Herman Bottger, special
deputy warden for Hermlston,
PIcshm! With Sunday Crowd.
Oily Matlock, manager of ths Pen
dleton movies, this morntn expressed
hlgh. hinixelf as pleased with the opening
ma- dnv wlih lh llftlnir itf th fuj ban.
New Machinery at High Ktliool,
The machine shop of 'the
school has received much new
chlnery dining tho vacation caused by j The' crowdH attending the shows were
Buy, a Xmas present each time
you're down town.
. " SHOP EARLY
Buy a Xmas present each timo
you're down town.
Only 19 More Shopping Days Till Xmas
Useful Gift Suggestions
the epidemic. It consists of two drill
presses, a stamper, a lathe, a planer
and a complete set of small tools. .
above the average for Sunday showing
the public has no fear of the epidemic.
Mr. Matlock states every care possible j
will be taken to safeguard the public i
health about the show houses.
Stores Open at 7:30. s
December 1 saw tbe
tin u'lntur ctfhttiln In
to the United States noon. Olen Stnrle I fVn(1Iot(m 8toreB( for
1 1 L ... i H i L i i ii i im u.-uy j 1 1 . 'i'-fi jWarehouHO,
To suit your convenience.
Is it any advantage to you to run
' A MONTHLY ACCOUNT?
Instead or alnays liavlng casli? , ,
'' ri1isl(ler T1IIIJTV IAVH llio samo as -nsli.
OR, IF A WEEKLY ACCOUNT
Is more convenient, try that.
(,lie us a cliaiu-r la nrruiiai- nil uifount Willi yon tills
Onlcr your IK.T anil CUOCFRIfCS over tho S.MK
I'llOM: at (In- SAMI-: TIM!:, and wivi- jour time ami mirs.
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 K. COI ItT ST.
1'lMmex in I (Private lOxt-liuunn Cuiiiiivling Itolli Ilcpls.)
, . - 'VJL' CAN ALWAYS ll:i'i:Xl ON I S."
I -101 TOT TOT TOT TOT IPX TOITOI-TOTtOT
a number of
Alexanders', Bayres, Gol
den Itule, Gray lirothers, I'endleton :
Cash Market and Griggs Grocery all1
opened their doors at 7:30 this mrn, !
Ing. These hours will continue during j
the winter season. Closing hours re-I
main the same. '
J m THE
. t I- .. fc.
date you suggest.
lEitner -nds ll'lm-t.
A German helmet arrived Saturday
rmutillu County Hed Cross office,
sent' by Itoy Ititner, Captain A. H. C
The helmet, which shows wear, was
sent unwrapped with the address
pasted upon the metal. The parts on
ttie inside show that Krlte was getting
short of leather or heavy' cloth, as the
little cushions are made of pieces of
worn calico. This material Is a con
trast to the heavy leather for pads in
a helmet recently exhibited at Allen
Miss Itli'lHirdson letter.
Mrs. Martha B. Thompson and
neice. Miss Thelma Itichardson, ar
rived yesterday from Brenierton navy
yards, where Miss Richardson, who Is
fn the yeomanette service has been
suffering from severe Illness. She is
still an invalid because of rheumatism
In the knee, but is recovering and
stood the trip well. A SO day sick leave
was granted Miss Richardson, but this
may bo extended indefinitely if necessary.
IN THE j
FOR FATHER, SON OR BROTHER from our well stocked Clothing and Furnishing
section. We have Q'l anticipated the demand for MORE USEFUL - GIFT GIVING.
Do your Xmas shopping now1 We will lay away your purchases and deliver them on
SILK KNIT MUFFLERS
A very dressy and useful gift.
Come in many different shades
and designs. Priced $1.75, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00 up to $5.00.
LOUNGING OR SMOKING
New patterns, wool material, al
ways appi-eciated as a gift $6.50
to $10.00. . "
Auto gloves, silk lined dress
gloves, unlinerl dress gloves, fur
lined gloves. Come in washable
cape, suede and chamois; all
shades $6.00 down to $2.00
tendinis ' W
s. R. l ! P"
Back To Life Again.
The Lids Off
Thoroughly fumigated and ventilated.
t Dec. 3rd.
Augmented Jazz Orchestra. '
, I , l i, L'ln. nf , 1. i j ..itV XfrS.
Jack Gibsn of Portland, and Mr?. 1 15
Jie T.ucona of The Dulles, arrived in
rendleton last nlaht after attend
ttie riinKml i,f their sister. Mrs.
Tobln. former I'endleton resident. ! VS,
who died at her home In Knterprise. ; f
Mrs. Gibson left today
accomranled by Mr. G
I.Hf-ona will visit here for a short time
before relurninir to her home. i ffc
WOOL MACKINAWS FOR
MEN, YOUNG MEN AND
We are showing the good old
time values in Mackinaws. Pure
wool, good attractive patterns,
all sizes. Men's are priced $8.50,
, for Portland. j ?g 10.00, $12.50 tO $17.50.
Ibson. but Mr..fc v j, NirK, -sfni Mof.ti.
naws, two grades $15 and $170
lrtiprovcnicnt for lflin.
important-matter to be consio-
ered at the reKu'ar monthly meetina
of the Pendleton Commercial asso-
elation to le held tomorrow (Tuesday) (
evenins at the association rooms is j
good roads and the best plan for roaai
improvement for 1919. All members
of the road committee nre urgently ;
requested to be present at the meet- j
ln?. The committe will meet with :
tho county court Wednesday to make
recommendations for the year's roufl :
work. " j
nd : e-
GENT'S TOILET KITS
Combination kits "with most
all the useful articles a young
man needs for his toilet. Priced
$5.00, $6.50, $8.50 and up.
Military Brash Sets $4.50 to
Leather Case Writing Album,
priced . . . .$2.00, $5.00 and $6.00
ltccolvoo! Itoimd-rn Picture.
i Sf-creturv M. It. Chessman has re-
l reived letters from Joe Perrj'
; Charles U l-ulr.. Jr., two Camp Iwis j
i hma nnknnwlcdeinR receipt of the i
! Christmas letter sent out by the I'ma- j
itill.i County Patriotic service league, i
j One from the former says he is con-j
slderinK enlisting in the regular navyj
on receiving his discharge. The other l
! expresses sincere reirret that he was:
unable to Ket oversens. Itoth were
IssreatVv pleased over receipt of the
i Hound-1'p pictures and the cheering
words from Umatilla county. KS.
Ilalnfnll Below Xornml. j ff
i' The rainfall for November was :Sni
! Inches, or .71 below normal- Thf-'
greatest- fall in 2 4hours was ,3i .k
pur showing of Suit
Caes. Traveling Pass,
. frief Cases, etc., w. th,e.
most complete showing
in many seasons past
Traveling Bags In all
leather, leather lined.
SIO.OO. t2..V,, W5.IHI
up to s.po. , f .. :
j ' ' '' ' ' ' ' !
Suit' Cases, all leath
er SI 2.311 to 'SSS
Ladies' Cases in gen- :
uine patent leather,
fancv trimmed lining
and tray.. t-"i o 2S
Brief Cases, all len-
ther .., ia;v
New shapes, very at
tractive and useful,
J2.IK up to SC.OO.
A novelty and strict
ly new, priced . . -S3. 50
FANCY ARM BANDS
. 25c, 50c, 75c
50c, 75c, $1.00
THIS WEEKS USED CAR
SALTS IF BACKACHY
AND KIDNEYS HURT
' This ock c arc offering the folKmliiE hseil pars,
lic?' cais am cvac'll:' a rtiirfH'iitcit, and we is1
Cfrinln they are the ls?st vnliu'a In the city.
IfcMlotroll.rrs Touring: CHr, in-vt top: cord
tii'CH on rear: oterliaulrtl and In fine nIiiiim. . gon-iiIik-
tin rii In nt -.VIill. I.tlx-rty Itinids nt I nr.
11)17 Hodge Itrolhers Tfiurhig Cur, Just oicrliliulcd
and n'rhilsliiil. t.ood tires, cM'.. IMiks anil runs
like a new car. Prloc only JNi.T, Llla-rty llonils ut
1I7 l-Nir Tonrlii" Can: new to': new radiator: Just
overhauled and ii-paluteil noil enanilitctil to ho ill
"-fwllent. coiiilillon. lrki SI2.V Liberty Hoods nt
. pur. p, "
Also n dandy Kord llondster and n 49t4 Tiitirlng
Cur at the right prlcev Lllx-rty llmuls at ar.
IIU.1 Apporson Touring t'ur. Needs a 111 tip n-palr-Imr,
hut t have alhuvrd for that in tin- price. Would
niake a kikhI cup for the man who rare more Tor
nrrvln" than ul. Price only $:12.V I.HtI.v I'.omls
" HUT Mitchell Urmrtster. This Is a fine mr n'nl
some one will a-t a ilamly linrgnin m It. Fxtra
KOmmI tires, viilli sarc. Von can't irong oil this
car al K!).-. l.lhcny Itonils at par.
W hy not take ndvaiitagc of ihcsc low pr!cis iiirl
lit a good cur now?
t'scd Car IK'piirtnicnt of I he
KATIXfJ MRAT t)ll A 1III,F
YOI It ltlllKlt IS
Come in pretty initialed, em
broidered letters in colors and
plain white. Priced 25c, 35c, 50c
" Beginning tomorrow,
Tuesday, December 3, our
store Will open at 7:30 until
BEAUTIFUL NEW SILK
We have displayed for" your
convenience a large and well se
lected array of Silk Ties in most
' all the most popular shapes, such
as Bat-wing, Bows, Large Flow
ing End Four-in-Hands, Rever
sible, also the Shield Bows,
Shield Teck and Band Tecks.
Priced 35c, 50c, 75c, $1,00, $1.25,
$1.50, $2.00 up to $3.50.
. JUST "LIKE DADDIE WEARS
For small boys. These ties are
the same styles as daddie wears,
only made smaller ' shapes, 35c,
50c and 75c.
JEWELRY FOR MEN
Cuff Links, Scarf Pins. Tie
Clasps, Soft Cuff Links, Watch
Chains, Lodge Pins, Combinati
on Sets, Shirt Studs, Initialed
Belt Buckles in gold or silver;
Waldermore Chain and Knife;
Rings, Cigarette Cases, Etc.
OTHER SUITABLE GIFTS
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
r Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Canes,
Silk Hosiery, Silk Shirts, Wool
Shirts, Sweaters, Jersies, Pa
jamas in Silk and Fine Materi
als; Leather Vests, Overcoats,
Suits, Rain Coats, etc. 1
Do your Xmas shopping snow.
Cor. Cottonwood & Water Sts.
rhonc 530 H
r- 5 "i
When you wake tip with backache
and dull misery in the kidney refgion
it Roncrntly means you have been eat
z : lnc too much mete pa's a well-known
Hlr i authol-ltv. Meat forms uric acid
1 which overworks the kidneys In their
ESleffort to filter' It from the blood and j
EvSjthey become sort of paritlyzed and)
I oaKV. When your kdneys get sluff-j
:iilsh and elo;r yui must relieve them, j
gig j 'ike you relieve your bowels; remov-j
H-2i.lnff all the body's urinous waste, else i
S5 ' von have backache, sick headache.
t d 1Ky spells; your stomach sours.
E ! tonsee Is coated, and when the weath
!ier t. bud yfm have rheumatic twinor-g-rs.
The urine Is cloudy, full of jm1I- !
S ment, channelH often get sore, water I
UcnMs ad you ore obliRed to seek re-I
!l-ef two or three times during the!
J3 1 nUht. . )
j ?:ilher consult a Rood, reliable phy- .
- slcUiii nt once or Bet from your phar
irncist about four ounces of Ijid Salts; I
' take a tnlilespoonful In a Rblss of wa-
Ex ' ler before breakfast for a fewdnys;
1M onl your kidney will then art' fine, j
; Tills famous suits Is mufle fi-om the
7S ' acid of jrrnpes and lemon juice, com- j
ff ; blued with lithla. and has been used f
r3!fnr ftenerallons to clean and stimu-j
Ei3'l.ite shiKRlsh kidneys, also to neulrtll-I
.3 Ize acida In the urine so it no limner
. irritates, thus ending bladder weak
..lad Stalls Is a life saver for roRtilur
meat enters. It is Inexpensive, can
not injure and makes a delightful, ef
fervescent lllh'n-water drink.
inches. November 4. The number of
days on .which there was .01 or more
precipitation seven. It was clear
seven days, partly clouoy in days,
and cloudy 13 das. A heavy frost
The greatest maxi-
fell November S.
mum temperature was
when the temperature was 64. and the
minimum was IT. November 26. The
preatct dai'y ranee was 3 7.
; t. .' ft V V i '
i . ' j , 4 f -H
, Miss llesslop Dies.
' Miss Ernestine Hesslop, formerly
'employed in the county llbrarysOn
Pendleton, and a guest at one time of
Mrs, Ben S. Burrouifhs of this city,
died recently of Spanish influenza at
i Seattle, Washington. Miss Itesslop
I was 33 years of ae and an orphan,
:but is survived by her aunt. Miss Emi
!ly Loveriilse of the Good Samaritun
hospital, Portland, and a brother,
l'aul Hesslop. Miss Hesslop is the
ilirand dauKhter of Rev. Lovcridse for
inany years pastor of tho Episcopal
'church in Eugene.
In Missouri In 1851 and came to Ore
gon In 18TS, settling In I'matUla coun.
ty. One of his first acts on reaching
Oregon was to enlist In a company of
vi lunteers fighting the Indiana In the
He Is survived by Ms wife, Jlra.
'.Carrie I. Ferguson; one son, Roy It.
j Ferguson of Adams; one daughter,
IVrs. Fred 1 Hurtman, of Portland;
' three sisters, Mrs. Kllen Imndla, of
j Walla Walla; Mrs. Emma Leglngood
or I.aiiwui. Idaho, and Mr a. Mary I.
'Pennlck, of Portland; also one brother
! W. H. Ferguon. of Waion FlnW, Mont.
J. II. Fcrsuson Iln.
J. H. Ferguson of Adams, died at
' his home Saturday. Mr Ferguson
has been a prominent wheat fanner
of Adams for 40 years. lie was born
Your nd slip old be I hi re when th
home-hunter i lira out the ads that
appeal to him.
The Itching and Sting ,
of Blazing, Fiery Eczema
Some of the bewitching beauties with the musical novelty "My Soldier
Girl," coming to the Oregon theater, Wednesday night, December 4th.
Seems Lite the Skin Is en Fire.
" There ft a harrassing- discomfort
caused 'oy Fzma that almost be
comes a torture. The itching" is al
most unbearable, and the skin seems
on fire with -the burning- irritation.
A cure from Ideal applications of
salves and ointments is impossible,
because such treatment ran only al
lay the pain temporarily. The disease
ran only be reached by going deep
down to its source.
The source of Eczema. U la the
blood, the di-ease being caused by an
infection which breaks out through
the skin. That is why tbe most satis
factory tresnment for all so-called
skin diseases is H. S. S., for this rem
edy so thorooi'f- ilwi'm the blood
that no impuruu can remain. Get
bottle to-Uay it any drugstore,
yon will sec r )u,U from the ritrhe
treatment Write for espert medical
advice, whith you ran grt without
cost, by addressing Mdi- al Director,
21 Swift Lairaratury, AUaoU. Oa,