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BAIL? EAST 6SEflOKUN PDtT6X 6&SS6, "VlEBUESDAY gtattO, SEPTEMBER 14, lftSl.
, ' Oick Buslu a cattleman of the Mc
'. 1U .H&reek district; was a visitor In
Peiuilyton today. ; He has Just returri
' ed from UMne a carload of, cattlo to
Arhold planting, a wheat rancher nf
the Eliot Rock sectliu, was business
visitor here today. . V.-
JOHN DAY GRADE NEARLY
Beon&Se of the poor Condition of, the
Toad from here to Grant 'county;- par
ticularly the John Day grade, In
llmatUlavcdunry, erecent attempt was
madejby postal' authorities to abandon
the mail route between Uklah' and
Longjcreek. : An Inspector had been
pver U road and classed It aa so dif
ficultly travel that be baueve the,
hong Creek and Bitter section should
be provided nail through Baker and
Pral,,-,' ,-' :
, However, puch a protest was. made
by people 4tt Norther Grant, who have
business, relations with Pendleton and
(other tUraatllla county towns that the
' plan was given np. Mrs. Davis, pro
prlctof of the iot springs at Bitter,
who was hi Pendleton yesterday, took
a leading part In trying to save the
maU'rjotlte and she says the Inspector
Has; pownisou nava tuv w
traet stated fjstn the past..
intelligent soil . manage-
W . . . .
asanq as, in tne .. ,,, .... i , . .n n i
. Mrs? DtvJa was hefe yesterday rfc-T Besides an
commKnled by her litle daughter Vie-Intent practice, the care of
let ta baa returned te fit. Joseph's themselves, the combating
academy. and the correct thinning
HORSE, WISER THAN HIS
8PR INGTI EI J, Ill.,.Sept. , 14. fit
of common horse sense oft-times Is
fruit are Items of Importance; to be
mastered by the' grower before he can
expect to produce'' a good crop for
market. To retain moisture Is real
task, Mr. Long declared, and to. assure
moisture 'being kept In the soil, and to
keep tn soil at aa even temperature
ho advanced sowing' alfalfa' between
the trees. Alfalfa is preferable to
red clover,' the speaker - said 'In bu
opinion, due -to the fact that the al
valuable to horses as well n humans. falfa roots go down deeply, and after
;-A norse Belonging 10 a mrmer iuur. iww y , . .
mllM from here became 111 with ehM-. trees.
lc, kicked the barn dear away and' ap
peared at a horse hospital in the ctty
for trsatment. The veterinarian after
treating the horse rememoered ihut
abou. a year ago be had trau.cil it fori
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HIS IV"v Huniem.f jllivfnuei nam uv
had, no), taken tnr nbrtte tnoro during
.he ir.tervening period. .
METING AT FREDVATER
' Diseases Not Swtou.
Dr. C J. Heald, pathologist of the
Washington state college, In a.aiscns
sion.of the pests which bother local
growers said, that these pests are "not
of a. serious nature.', An examination
of orchards" where Jt was thought
aiivAi-.lAaf linA ffnt a. utart shows that
this disease Is not present ea trees In I
non -organic diseases are causing wor-non-organiv
diseases are causing wor
ry to prune growers, according to the
speaker. . ;; ;
' The delayed effects of severe winter
weather in 11 Is just beginning to
make Itself apparent, In the opinion
of Dr. Heald. The two-year-old wood
has not the vitality which. tt would
otherwise have had, , Vartathms n
trouble , to
" Correct soil management Is one of
the most vital Dhases of the orchard-
lst's business, according to a state- soils to another cause of
ment mado by Clayton Ik Long In .a, growers. M ,'..'. "
speech at the meeting of the farm bu-4 . , , ln bh,.
ture in' Oregon is umnea oecnuse
there m little money, ana-not jiubh
tent elp-oi srerk wstr section of
the state, Paul V. Maris, suraexor or
the trees the extension service, said In a brier
of ppats talk.'. The demand for the wonk is In-
of green oreasing rapidly.
reaa local at JFreewator . yesterday.'
The meeting was held following ,
loncheon and Ben- Slovef preetdl.
The most marvelous machine in the
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i vvoHdan&lwwif isneglea
..nr 1 N f I
WAY back to the achoo! took
lenaoa pn physiology.
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- Kalber dull aa 1 lesson. Yet it was
.the ttory of trw moat marvelou ,
taachlii ever createA--and ho tha
machlne'geta its powefanddoeaita work.'
That machine is tha human body.
Soma dav the mechanical expert of
this ttchiib!octot-piinda our
for tSs. whers w have miaaad' th
tesaon and neglected the machine.,
GRAP.NUTS food was mad io
On whoi tha tody Jtoeds ami how
; Mods may best be supplied.
It is poaaiblefor a adicioue Tood to
be aacientiric, "power" food, j Qrtpa,
... Not 4s such a food.) . ,.
t etjiftini Natural Gifts ty.-
fenty Jhours erf contiauioua baiing
1m dona jmrtaio wonderful thines to'
t&a nonriabinj properties of wholo
wheat and mahsd barley fiour, from
which GrapNuts is made and .has .
prodded a food in- the form of crisjy
golden-brown gianules.' ' ' r ' ;.
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Vea diew Qrape-NuU thoroughly..
- tWrieh,tfvieet flavor '.of (jrape-kuta
i She reward. of chewing. Nature
cneant the teeth to be used. Primitive
people who kees -the natural teeth
aound end perfect ta oldsrv are eat. v
ra tt food which requkee chewfaig.
Orape-Nut ejves the teeth work to ft1
: 'perhaps yott rwnember a Krde of
the physiology lesson, rum how the
eeiivary Juices reepond when the food ,
ta thoroughly ehewedjnd .the rat
Important step !a ligeatien ta takes.
of sill graina in the fbod elements re-
tjuirecf for, human nse,i In Orape
Nuts all he" esseniials jrfoyided by3
nature in' these grains are; retained
and perfected. The long, alow baking
process which produces Orape-Nuta
turns the grain's starches into natural .
weetneee and breaks up the nntrirhre
aohds into forme easily assimilated by
the body. '"'
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The exceptional nooriahment from
Grape-Nuts is aecured with no tax
'tipoothe digetkn,4' i
' u '('':'' ;"i " t-'-.''v." ' j:
Feniutiei for Utstaket
' XVhea'the' doctor, aa th mechanical
expert of the boduy maeWne, awi .
to tiTd advice in-case of trouble, h
finds that harm as WeH as good, often
19 resulted from food. . . ' , ,-, '
' "SimfBtt))ein the eub .
jeset of many warnings." Food which,
passes 6o slowly through the digest
ive .tract causes diaturbanoea to which,
much of the alowiog down, wearing
oat, wed failare of the odHy tnacbine
, is traced, ' . , '
A cWracterlatfc lf Orapeilfuts ts ,
that h digests quickly arid cernpletelyrr
wjjhout ferrhentation ia we irrtestinea. '
: 'I,,' ',AfWirU Strttk. yx
There ia, therefore" a reason why,
traxughont the wodd,v Orape-Nuta
has ateadfly grown ia favor these
many year, f(Xxl for fitness, as
well as charrn tt taste. ' '
:Toa oan apply that reason to your
. mmcoefit.' : ' ' vv '- "-
v keady to "eat from the package, al .
ways crisp, naturally aweat aervtd ,
with cream br miKt and a little ,sugar
if desired Orape-Nuta li an Ideal
ciah for breakfast or lunch. ,
NEW OFFICEItS CHOSEN.
Js'ew officers of the local union of
the "Women's Christian -Temperance
Union chosen yesterday afternoon ln
eiude Mrs. C. B. Tsrpenlng, president;
Mrs. J.. W, Maloaey, vtce-presidenjt;
Mrs. Guy Johnson, corresponding sec
retary and Mrs. F. t. Ingram, record
ing, secretary. -. . - . 1
: : Mrs.' Terpenlng, Mrs. Carrie Dale,
Mrs. W. W. Marrah, Mrs. A.. J. Owen.
Mrs. Neah Winn, Mrs. Lucy Berry,
Mrs. William Ooedecke, Mrs. Marga
ret Hoover, ' Mrs. W. B.' Wyrlck, Mrs.
Sam Hutchinson, Mrs. Walter Jones
arid Mrs. A. .F. May were' chosen as
Pendleton delegates te the county W.
C. T. U. convention to be held ln Mil
ton tomorrow. Mrs. May will at that
time give a report of the National
W. C. T. U. convention which she at-,
tended, j. ' ; ? ; 1
Pendleton, Boydcn & Thompson, Pen
1 dleton, F. 8. Curl & Son, Pendleton, J.
It. Adams, Adams. '
Arthur Cole, Frank Pool, John. Mc-
PhaU, Price Estes, Sim J. Culley, Wm.
Ferguson, A. R. Coppock, J. M. Ban
nister and Joe Key, . . r
IJluttitctu ' ' '
Vic P.oumagoux, Pilot Rock, R. M.
Warner. Pilot, Rock, C. II. Barthole
mew, Echo, AUffunt Wlenke, Pilot
Rock, Colin McEwen, Milton, A. J.
qui. Pilot Rock and Mrs. G. M. John
son, Pilot Rock. ,
Ilylirld 113 , , , .
Wmi'W'elners, Pendleton. '.'.,;. .
Hard Federation . , ,
Otto Reijiian, Pendletpn, and R. II,
Warren, Pendleton. , , . ,,.
C. A. Moll. Nolln, B. P. Trembly.'
Pendleton, Harry N'elson, Pendleton,
D. H. Nelson. Fendleton, W. A. glush-
er. Nolln; Oeore;PetTson,''Nolin, 1. 1.
bee, Nolln, J. rf Fisher, Nolln, John
Serell. Pendleton and Pendleton Sheep
Co., Echo.'J ' ' -
LEX3TCRB TO "BE 'GIVEN.
The Pendleton Women's Club Is
sponsoring a lecture, ''Brazil," to be
given at an early date by Colonel
Charles Wellington! Furlong, F. IL G.
8. The lecture will be given in the li
brary auditorium aaaee 'time 'before
October 1. .
Tne next meeting of the women's
Club will e held October i and will
be an important, one. Tbe first meet-
ing Uile fall was held last Tharsday, .
, X ).
.Miss ur Jerard or ' Pendleton,
and Miss May Nelll, of Ia Grande, are
now ln Honolulu, according ",-to -ord'
received , by Mr. snd.Mrs. CS. Jera:d.!
parents of Miss Jerard. They reach)d
Honolulu on, Monday, says Jha. cable
message, received here. ... , -vl y.
MOTOft TO" fftilZJi "WAli-k, v '
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Judd and Mrs.
W. Ij. Thompson of Portland, visitors
in Pendleton, motored to Walla Walla
today where they will be dinner guests
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nesmlth
Ankeny, formerly ef th'la elty.V .
RETURN TO PENDLETON.
Mrs. N. D. Swearingen and ! daugh
ter Mrs. atdie Oibbs. returned last
evening after a visit in Portlaud. Theyj
made the. trlD by motor., Mr. fcwear-
ingea jnet; them at The Dalles and ac
corapanied them hoae,' . I v
WIU, VISIT SHOW.
: Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sturcis -will
leave tomorrow by, motor for Wlla
Walla to attend ihe frontier,; Days
show. ;'' '" .':' ' -' ; '. ",
Marriage Ijlcenses. ' ' -. .
Licenses to wed have been lssuee
at the office otthe county clerk to
John H. liorensen. farmer and Alvlna
Anna Roehlk. both of Pendleton; and
to Coy ,; Sims, minister, and flora
Ruth Shangle, teacher, both of Mil
ton. . .'
Sues on Note. ' ' . .
A Judgment to the extent of 1174.40
la asked by Albert Fix who has
brought suit against Elmer Ferguson
and Jess Fergoson.en a note which Is
said to be past dne and unpaid. Tbe
plaintiff's attorney. are. Watts ' and
' , Life-Giving Properties T
. Wheat and malted barley are richest
r 'here's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts
gtlality SPRINTING at Reasonable Prices
5 Mst Oreonian PriiUm
i?y c' v.;v :iea?.ii6fi : -w.-Leii.:::
DeopainicLco Cash Grocery :
g09E.'Ceiiri '"'.., "'' . Phone 88Q. ,
DcipiiiiciLeo Cach Grocery
OFFICES AJiD OFFICERS
" KIVOU TOOAT :"-'..' .'
V.MU: 1EX1U DRIVER
' WUVES DOHOTHY DALTOX
One scene : 01 "Behind Masks,','
Dorothy Datton's latee'. Paramount
picture, demanded the skillful driving
of a high-powered foreign car carry-;
Ing Miss Dalton along a country road
en tfce outskirts of New; fork. When
tt was time to "shoot" the scene,,Dl-
rector Frank Reicher was astounded
to see tne car come tearing down the
road and go through the required ac
tion perfectly without rehearsal. :
This annsual incident caused the di
rector to make inquiries of the driver,
It proved that he was Captain N. C,
Fitzgerald, late of the United States
Aviation Service, a dare devil automor
bile driver and aeroplane stunt man.
He explained that he happened to be
at the garage At the time that a call
came la for-a ear and he volunteered
t drive it in order to get motion pic
ture experience for a production of his
own he was going to put on. "Behind
Masks," starring Dorothy Dalton, will
be shown at the BivoU Theatre today.
Her leading man is Fredrik Vogeding,
a player ot conMaerame note. mr
support generally ia Excellent , ,
' : , ALTA TODAY ' , ,
FtTfAXD MELODRAMA , . ,
,. . . I. NEW 1XCE PICTURE
Tears vie with smiles in . the story
of "Homespun Folks," Thomas H,
Ince's tremendous triumph for the
Associated Producers, Inc, while will
be shown at the Alta Theatre today.
Perhaps ln no American-made photOf
play of recent, years has there been
such a vast wealth of appeal, combin
ing human interest, comedy and melo
drama. The new Ince picture con
tains heart throbs, romance and
pathos, in addition to numerous com
edy touches? .
If. tells of a country lawyer's fight
against crooked politics, and as a
modern picture of small ' town life
holds the mirror truthfully to the real
thing. . There are the high lights of
"Homespun Folks" its realness, its
truth and its' simple honesty. The
characters are real, the plot la a. story
of human people and the direction Is
chock full of master touches. ,
Lloyd Hughes, as the young district
attorney with a conscience, . makes a
definite step upward in bis screen
career, breadth and scope being ap
parent in his characterization. . Two
remarkably life-like old country ?od
gers are played by Charles H.. Mailes
and Al H. FUson. Gladys George it
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; fv Children, 5c , ; ',
I . Adults; 20c ; "
' ART ACORD - . 'i
-j the whiter ::.
EPISODE NO. 10 ;;
- THRILLS AND .1
'; .... PERILS 1 ' V,
b; , EDGAR JONES
I -. " : in , .:;
E ; the two
E FISTED JUDGE
' A WESTERN ;
I TWO REELER '
t whiz bang
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Cayuse, J.W. Runiau, Pilot Rocx,
Jxuls Itingle, Athena, Georgo Strand,
Pendleton. Otto Serell, Houx, ounacr
TerJenBon, Helix, Geo. Hill, Pendleton,
Ernest Mullcr, Heltx, yimora Bannis
ter. Holism Chas. Miser, Milton, George
CoDDlnaer. Echo, It E. Stewart, Atn
ra, xi. A. SchuberL Atnena, m. iu.
Meyers. Kcho. W. R. Wyrick, Pendle
ton. W. 1 CroSswcU, rendleton, Jaa.
Duscan. Athena. Mrs.. Rachel Kirk
Patrick. Pendlcten, Frank Saunders,
Peudloton. Wlllaby Bros., Athena, A.
A. MClntjTe, Athene. N. C, Humphrey,
Pendleton. rrasK , ianve, aobjud,
Cliaa. Gcrkiaa. Adams, Frank Snyder,
rendleton, W. A. Deaglas, Athena, ana
Ira Scott, Helix. "
- Baart ' x '- . .
P. A Reese, Echo, George Coppta-
ger Echo. M. -O. LA Kue, van sycie
and B. W. Hutcninaon, Pilot Bock,
Frederick' McGrow. Weston, Tom
Jacques, Pilot. Rock, W,. T. yiana.
Pilot Rock, J. A. Porter, puot rock,
Tom Elliott, Pilot Rock, Jim Kramer,
Pilot Itock,i'Wm. Ooold,, Weston tnu
Guy Rockwelli' Pilot JiocS. ;; . ..;
, '--i-i. Maniuls.
- D.' II. Nelson, Pendletqn. ,. '
t ' ' Triplet . -' . ""'
' F. k Curl -t Son, Adams. w -i-sy'-
Wn. Wright & Co., Pendleton.
,' O.' A. C, Winter JJartey
, B. W. Buholts, Pilot Rock.
' . Galgnlos C . "' '.
Otto Reiman, Pendleton.
S. F. and Jes Harrington, Milton.
Herbert Thompson, Pendleton.
Salt lik Clab
W. H. Caplmger, Pilot Rock and R
F. Klrkpatrlck, Pendleton.
Jones Fife ,
J. P. Ueuallen. Weston. o
Forty Tata '
. S. R. Thompson. Pendleton, Lon Et-
ter. Pilot Rock. Jphn Harris, Pilot
Rock. J. B. Runyan. Pilot Rock and
J. H. Harrison. Pilot Rock.
Jenkins Club .
S. It.' "Thompson. Pendleton. J. R.
ThDmnson. . Pendleton, Peruwur
Ranches Co., Pendleton, U L. Rogers,
"D EADY for instant use I
aA. in oil cookstoves, oil
heaters or lamps. T I
1 As .rear iMhrf
i for Jear OJ- fe J 1
jef.si, ": XSffd- I
J and economlcaf. a f
-I : Kjj
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EVERY MAN ' . .
should have a ,
waldemar chain ; .
The Waldemar Is the correct watch
chain for a man, and now that the
"vest season" has returned each man
' should have . one of the serviceable
. In men's' jewelry there is nothin more
- personally appreciated as a gift, noth
(ng more dignified and nothing more
, ; serviceable than ji Weldemar.
Tbe Largest Diamond Dealers la Earr la-n
"'.''''''- ": 'fistesstlM ttf
Canned Tomato Special
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For the next few days we will five our patron
an opportunity to secure a real bargain.
10 No. 2 cans of Hand Picked Tomatoes for......$1.00
This bargain coming when the price of canned to
matoes are going up by leaps and bounds is an assur
ance to you of the real value you are getting m this
U. S. Inspected Meats this Better Always ,
THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 Main Street -
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Children, 10c Adults, 35c
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Two girls to work, In store
next week. Inquire after 10:fl0, a.
nv. 821 E. Court St.
WMfTETJ Salesman tn wrei
"territory solllns . dealers. Guarac
teed salary of 1100.00 week for right
cAU Star Cast Jt
Vrltten by Julian Jostphson
A U CART-DRAMA Of ICX000
SHALL TOWNS 5C100Q000
- 4eonnTsr PRODUCERS INC
University of Oregon
The Colleee of literature. ' The Graduate School.
Science and the Arts.
The School of Architecture
and Allied Arts.
The School of Business '
The School of Education.
The Extension Division. '
The School of Journalism.
Tne School of lew. -The
School of Medicine.
The School of Music.
The School of Physical
The School of Sociology.
Fall Term Opens September 26
A kifk stniart of cukurst nl profession! cKolmrliip fiaa fcecwiM
.neM (heouttiikfkeTarlisf iK Sutte Univatsity. Fof Js cisiau.
foldTt on th vrKnj .choob. or lor amy inlormtKM. vtiU
THE REG IS THAR. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eaten. Ore
Children, 35c 1 Adults, 55c Logs, 75c
Henri C LaBell on th $25,000 Giant 'WurlitKcr
Adolph Zukor presents
( c DOROTHY
T. )- kffl? I I ... ' Ravtahias- beauty rotling In.'
I t I'iif' I ' wealth, and Just graduated.
T iii''' t,Lr'i 1 - rora a convent.
U i ,T!:S J What a dainty prise . for 1
L ;.!; . "il the social parasite among '
CV l ' "horn life had thrown her!
Jj r&Vl I But behind her mask oUn- i
J t.Yf (i. Y ' nocence she played . her own j
i-'ijJ UUle gaiue of hearts. , j
1 leaii iiiiiiiii m er mf -
Adapted from the story, "Jeanne of the Marihtw,
by K. 1UII p Ol-penheim