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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1918.
Extra Fancy Apples
Winesaps, extra fancy, fine for cooking or
eating, box $3.00
Good Cooking Apples, box $1.50
Sweet Poatoes, 5 pounds ............. 25c
Weston Mountain Potatoes, extra fancy,
long keepers, 100 lbs., full weight, sk. $2.00
13 1-1 pound pall MeVarty's Hotter Creek Honey.. $3.n
7 1-S pound Mil Mcl'arty'a Rntter Creek Honey... S3.0U
lone Mnk Slim Meal, pound . Oo
Hume Made Sauer Kraul. quart i,"io
New IW1I llekics, Heina. a lor 5o
Swl Midget IMokles. pint ...... 85o
Keep the BI HlftESK in mind. Gl'FXS TUB WRIGHT.
WK WILb tMJT THIS CHKKSIC DKCEMBEK Hill, or
ders beinff booked now.
P. O. E. Oik-ken Tunales, each ..'......... 25c
GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO.
Two Phones 23 823 Main St,
EAST OREGONIAN SPECIAL-.
NEWS OF UMATILLA CO,
Ukiah IlaS ItS Pll'St 'to VVu,la Walla Sunday to vklt their
7 . H'io4kiK UTrtioirf"" Hcnr-. who Is still confined In the
Ad O H eainer lUOnaay j hospital with Influenza- As soon as he
wan able to leave the' hospital he
. Rast Oregonian Special.) 0nm6 hom8 on a friou((h lmtll Sun
UKIAH. Dec. 2. Thanksgiving dnyjaaVi when np retllrns to Whitman
was very quiet In l"klah, although bcv- j f0nfge s. A T- C. "
erai Dig dinners were serveu. ana
Bank With the
For prompt attention.
. i For, efficient service. . ,
. For liberal accommodations.
For courteous treatment,
And for absolute safety.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
"Strongest Bank in
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number of people came in from the
country and took dinner with friends
The mercury dropped to zero Mon
day night, which, caught many un
awares and house plants were badly
Tom Wlllohy has sold his place, neat
Hidaway Springs and has moved hi
household to Wldge 'cretSlf;' where he
has rented, pmc.-land '?
A telpttmtviiSk,.frf'ttivd,, b
relatives, nates that Miss Vesta Kirk
of Ukiah, Who Is spending the winter
in Pendleton, is ill with influenza, .
David Hynd and George Anderson,
of Sand Hollow, Morrow county, came
In Tuesday to take the Hynd Bros.
cattle out to their winter feed.
Charley Hynd and J. W. Kwlng of
I'kiah acconiupanied them back
Thursday, and expect to be gone about
Miss Agnes Mettle who Is teaching
school at Willow Springs, visited Sat
urday night and Sunday with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mettle, near
Clyde Helmlck and Tom Wllloby ot
Bridge creek, were in town Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. John Ingram of
Bridge creek, moved to town Monday
for the winter, and will occupy Buck
Welch's house north of the Blue
Arthur Ganger of Pendleton, cam
up nst week uftcr his rattlo, which
he left at'the Ganger ranch on Camas
creek during the summer, taking them
out for' the. whiter..
Mr. and Mrs. i Frank Martin" of
Bridge creek,- moved to town Tuesday,
Mrs. Martin Is recovering from her
! Light snow fell nil clay Tuesday and
now Camas prairie is covered f ith a
mantle of snow: While there Is just
enough to make tho ground white at
Ukiah, Mrs. Ganger reports five inches
at the Laainka ranch, ten miles east
of town, which affords good sleigh
ing. J. D. Kirk and family have moved
from their ranch to their residence in
town for the winter.
There Is not a vacant house In town
now as so many have moved in for ths
' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allison left
Thursday for Bridge creek tq Bpent
Thanksgiving, with Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Phil Fairbanks and Charles Eveland
are hauling hay from Blllie Ander
son's to the bridge on the north fork
of the John Day for the Long creek
Frank Chamberlain has opened up
the drug store and pool hall.
J. D. Kirk and wife and daughter.
Irene, left Thursday morning for
' Bridge creek, to spend Thanksgiving
jwith Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Chilson.
i Frank It. IIIMwrt and It. G. Clark
WHOLE'S OM E
"Golden West Butter
Made Fresh Every Morning
p Order from your Grocer
GOLDEN WEST CREAMERY
5('"'ft Thursday with three carloads oi
Jg ! good beef cattle.
B' Ed Banks and Mr. I'urcess of Rlttei
, K passed through town Wednesday en
(J I route to Pilot ltock with two four
. m ! horse loads of hogs.
m Archie McCampbel! of Kleth came
A' in Tuesday to visit with friends for a
S; Mrs. Maggie Walker passed through
B town Thursday on her way to the
! agency with her children which she
K I will place in school there for the win-
I George Ness was butchering hogs
25 Families Move Off
(Si Weston Mt. for Winter
Bert Ferguson left Tuesday for an
extended visit with friends and rela
tives In Iowa. .
A hear has been ; visiting the
Prtitcher orchard on 'Reed and Hawley
mountain this fall. Tuesday Henry
Sams and his hear dogs went over to
the Brutcher farm and hack In less
than three hours and had the, bear
with thera.. , I i :
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hyatt came down
from . Jun jCrass. - ,.Wssli:to;ivtS(lt: flfr
and Mrs. Seth Hyatt at Gibbon. . .
Mr. and . Mrs. Hoy Hvult spent
Thanksgiving with Mr, H5TiWs, fath
er and mother. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Wyatt.
I. C. Hopkins has rented "the John
Keene farm on Weston mountain. Mr.
Hopkins expects to move to Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tucker arrived
from Alberta Sunday and are at Mr.
tucker's mother's In Weston.
Charley May rented the Harry
March house In Weston and will move
there next week for the winter.
Miss Ethel Miller spent Thanksglv.
ing with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Eng
lish. Mr- and Mrs. John Wroe and fam
ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Faust and son,
Terence ate Thanksgiving dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. H.- V. Compton.
Mrs. J. W. Hyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy
May nnd son Fay and W. U. Rayburn
with Mr., and Mrs. Mark Henderson.
Herman Henderson shipped his
household goods to Oregon City Satur
day. Mr. Henderson and family will
leave In a few days. Mrs. Henderson's
sister, Miss Ada Hay and brother Joe.
accompany them. They expect to re
main there. '
Mose Ray, brother of Mark Ray
and Mrs. Herman Henderson, sold hla
farm in Oklahoma and will move to
Yakima or near Weston In the spring.
Ho has not fully decided which place
to buy yet.
. Albert Gould and brother Ray.
drove their Btock to the Walla Walla
valey for winter Tuesday. Ferguson
Bros, to Pendleton, Roy May, Mill
Hall and John Hyatt to Ralph Mc
Ewen's near Vansyrle.
Twenty-five families have left and
are leaving the mountains for the
winter. Some to remain.
Will Hall and family leave for Ore
con City next week, also Mrs. J. W.
Hyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy May and
Mr. and Mr. John Hyatt. They will
return In the spring.
Mrs. Mark Henderson received
telephone message Monday morning
that her father had, died suddenly
Sunday night at Daylon, Wash. H
father. Iroy Brown, was an old pio
neer, past, SO years old. On account j
of the serious, pidemle of Influenza
in Dayton Mrs, Henderson did not at
tend the. fiuxeral. .,
Bay Jones is carrying the mall on
Held and Ilwlcy Mountain.
Sergt. ,,Ruknd., .Mitchell Tweedy
writes home from northern France
where he has bejen for the past eight
months that, he, expects to he trans
ferred fporn his company to the con
struction engineers corps and stay In
France a few years. ! He said none of
the soldiers, wanted fieace, that they
'wanted to tuarqh Jllto Berlin, and "a
free for, all at.Kalse Bill.'"
You Should Begin Early This
And do your Xmas shopping. Do not wait until every thing 3s picked over.
Now is the most opportune time to make your selections, in ' other words,
"Get while the gettin is good."
THE STORE IS OVERFLOWING IN THE DAINTY, ETTY AS
WELL AS SERVICEABLE THINGS FOR XMAS AND SO INEXPENSIVE.
Books, Toys, Handkerchiefs, Silk Waists, Silk Petticoats, Dress Skirts,
Sweaters, Infants' Knitted Sets, Gloves' Mittens, Fancy Towels and Towel
Sets, Xmas Ribbons, Blankets, Neckwear, Silk Hosiery, Stationery and just
lots of nice things. , .
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. '
"buy Thrift 0
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than ever. Buy
more W. S. 8,
Tldik of I lie
who urv giving
bur, Helen Graves, Marjorle Weber,
Marda and Betty Dethrldge. A pleas
ant evening was spent Jn dancing
Helen Graves and Marjorle Weber
returned to their home In Pendleton
Saturday after spending a week visit
ing with relatives at Duncan
Mrs. Ida Wilbur and daughter Rae,
and Ula Osborn spent Saturday at the
Juanlta Frledly Is spending the
week-end with her parents In Pendle
tcn. Word has been received from Rus
sol Wilbur that they will begin demo
bilizing the S. A. T C. boys at Corval
lis next Monday and will be through
by the 23rd- .
. Duncan received her first snow ot
the season last Monday, . It is upmost
Mrs. Lena Ball returned Sunday to
her; home on Weston mountain aftei
spending several days with her sister.
Mrs. M- A. McLaughlin at Duncan.
Mrs. Lehti is visiting Indefinitely at
the M- A. McLaughlin home.
Mrs. Ida Wilbur entertained sovcral
of her friends hist Sunday for dinner.
Covers were laid for fourteen.
HESIM ISTMENT POLICI ICS.
(Continued from page 1.)
never umln forward. After Unit it
was only a scant four months before
tlio ooiuiiuiiidcrs of tho central em
pires knew themselves beaten: and
now Uivta very cinplro Is In liuulda
ASKS VOTK FOIl WOMEN. '
With unstinted praises Wilson refer,
ml to tho splendid work of the na.
lion's women saying, lu part: "Tlrolr
contribution to Uie gii'it result Is bo
yonil apprutsul. They have added now
lustre to annals of American woman,
IkkkI. The least tribute we can pa
them hi to make tlieni equals of men
In S)liU Uil rights, as Ihey have proved
themsolveN their eqiiulH In every field
of practical wok they have entered
Those great days of completed
ai liJoveinent would Im sadly marred
were wo to omit Uiat act of Justice," :
Weston Schools Have
East Oregonian S)ecial.)
WESTON MOUNTAIN, Dec. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hyatt were Milton
visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs.. L. A. Dowd motored
Duncan Folks Have
(East Oregonian Special.)
DUNCAN. Nov. 30. John Kunvallis
left Friday for Portland on Number
IT to be gone about a week.
A pleasant time was enjoyed Thurs
day when Mr. end Mrs. W. X. Deth
ridge were hosts for a Thanksgiving
dinner. The guest list Included Mr.
and Mrs. G. IP. Frederick. Mrs. Lliella
Nickum, Mrs. Ida Wilbur. Juanita
Frledly, Mr. Coopers.. Fred . Davis,
Richard Steppe, Ula Osborn, Rae Wll-
(East Oregonian Special.)
WESTON. Dec. i. Miss Minnie
Reamer of Milton was the guest Friday
oi Miss Hazel Duncan.
The Weston schools were reopened
Wednesday after six weeks' vacation.
There was a much better attendance
than was expected and both teachers
and pupils were glad to return to
Tho Spanish Influenza seems to
have a'lmosl disappeared from Wes
ton. The only recent case, Walter
Williams, Is reported to be improv
ing. The union Thanksgiving services
were held at the Metlludlst church
Thursday evening. The sermon was
preached by the pastor. Rev. S. E.
Powell. r .
Mrs. R. G. Sullng. accompanied by
her daughter, Lois, and by Mrs. I. K.
Sullng. has gone to Portland to take
up her vocal studies under Tagllerl,
' Henry Dowd, a member ,of the' S.
A. T. C. at Whitman college. Walla
Walla, spent Thanksgiving day at his
home on Weston mountain.
Miss Violet Wriggle, a teacher near
Pendleton, Is home on an enforced
vacation, her schools having been
closed on account of the Spanish In
fluenza. Private Earl Barnett Is home on a
furlough from Camp Iewis.
Word has reached Weston' that Matt
Turner, son of J. C. Turner, late of
Weston, now residing at Cornelius,
Oregon, has been found. He was
working on a railroad section near
Portland. Mutt disappeared some time
ago from. a- Portland sanitarium.
The Joe Hodgson's are moving this
week to their new hpme on Franklin
street. ., , , p,
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WAS HUt' OlHTOll YJ3STLUDAY
(Continued from page 1.)
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for-tomorrow is not ours" Is the true
philosophy of right living, the philo
sophy of well doing. To link men to
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brotherhood, whoso united efforts
shall make these principles more of
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whose members .mindful of Its high
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make It stand for a grander benevo
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future, ever looking forward to that
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When all mankind the wide world
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