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DAILY A8T OREOOfTTAN, CTTTLITOTf , 01110011, THURSDAY, DBCFMBER 11, 1019
NEWS OF THE CUONTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
"I Am Going to Tell My
Friends About Crescent"
I Xmas 1
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROYS
Criwo. . Vi lbs. (iOc, 3 lbs. $1.15, 6 lbs. $2.30
Extra Quality 7 oz. Toilet Paper, 3 rolls 25c
Shasta Tea, blk. or green, 2 lb. 25c, 1 lb. 50c
Van Camps Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins
5 for $1.00
Van Camps and Franks Soups, 2 for. . . 25c
EXTRA GOOD BULK COFFEE, LB.. 45c
Soap, Sunny Monday, 7 for 50c
Mexican Red Beans 3 lbs. 25c, 7 lbs. 50c
Blue Karo Syrup. .No. 5, 55c, No. 10, $1.10
Shredded Wheat, each 15c
Olympic Pancake Flour 35c
IWsiuiHKiU Order Filed.
An order of tion-nutt ami dismissal
wrtH filed with County Clerk BroWrj
today in thrs caw of Clarence l. eh
rung v. K. A. Mlrhat'iH et ul.
itoiui Work Not tiowd Down.
Although thu Hnuw made ft diffi
cult to fconttnue work on the rood!
thin county, no shutdown has resulted,
according to M Bennett, district
highway engineer. Ail the crews
Htill out iind uro working an beat they
can. The only progreaa which Ih ma
terially retarded is on the paving' of
the highway through Milton. Warm
er tamperaturpa r' neoeaeary in for
the hot stuff can be. laid safely.
An appreciation like the above ia
really the secret cf the popularity of
Crescent Baking Powder. It is writ
ten us by one who has used Crescent
continuously for ten yeart.
"There's nothing in my cupboard,
she writes further, "that I can put
my hand on with such a feeling of
security as my can of Crescent Bak
ing Powder. It rise to every occa
sion and is wonderfully saving -Without
eggt my hot cakes and
muffins rise to a puffy golden brown
state of perfection."
Your grocer can supply you.'
aiiiiife.. . -.
"Chere is an
and it will give "punch"
nndL"pep" to your start
ing system. The space
saving "Unit Seal" con
struction gives extra plate surface
hence greater capacity per unit
of weight and volume. Thismeans
built-in durability and power. Let
us show you your "Exi&e" Bat
tery and explain its special features.
For battery testing, filling or expert
battery advice come to our .
"JExibe" Service Station
Thisservice isfree to all battery users.
Repairs, the prompt and satisfactory
kind, on any make of battery at the
Homer W'nttH Hjik l-'liic I)ij;h.
Enclosed please find for Mate
license for my two iIorh," Homer r.
Watts, of Atliena, wrote in preface to
a four-pace letter to County Celrk It.
T. Drown, setting forth the virtues '
of snln uoks. The rtoRH are both fox j
terriers, five year old, with hlack anrl
white spots, and "irood doKH." accord- I
ins" to their owner. Thfy are about
the Hi2c of a tomcat, he Kays If the j
tomcat in Inrne enough, one in nam- J
ad Sport and the other1 Tookum. Bdtn
are i-eKiHtered In the Athena RM Jbave applied to the clerk for a state
Cross chapter, have a dislike for Oer- u0g license for 1920, under provisions
mnnH. are liked by gun fanciers and, 'of the law paused at the last leglsla
ln all. are worth four pages of a law- ture.
yer'K time and pencil-pushing effort.
Mr. Watt is one of the three who j Sues for S2I9" XoU
H- c- Jayne today filed suit nsalnst
' I Alex McKenxie. to enforce the payment
of $2117, alleged Jje on a promissory
m to Riven the plaintiff by the defend
ant. IntereKt at 8 per cent from July
3, 1919. and ll!2" attorney's feeH are
also nsked. The plaintiff is represent
ed by Haley, Huley & BterWer and II.
'rtl of Tluinks
We wish to express our uk-s
thanks to the Knights of I'ytl
the many kind frlenJj who su gener
ously contributed tlfir tMMlstanCQ dur
ing our sad bereavement. Also to
thank them for the beautiful floral
MltS. SHEI.IIY JONES
MRS. W. P, CAVTNESn
MRU. FRANK BOTNTON.
MRS. jiatSR BAIMNfl
Mil. A. I JONBa
CON8nER THIS WOMAN'S ' Asi;
I Mrs. A. h DeVlne of Los Angeles,
'Cal., says: "After I had suffered from
'a female trouble for years, not being
able tc do my housework, or get any
i relief from doctors, Lydla E. Pink
I ham's Vegetable Compound made me
was received at
evenlnff froai II'
U V. W. In .
was tiotind oeer to the grand Jury
terday b Justice of the, l'eace H
Uodd on a charge of criminal sy
eaHMft There is also a statu
crime charged against the man.
In being held here awaiting the action
of the grand jury next week. He i"
the second J. W. W. to be interned
rir." i...:";--,:..- Jj Warren's Music House I
I ifrxHHHnsVt Hi Phone 524 820 Main St. M
wih OR. H. M. HANAVAN ' DR. W. H. REYNOLDS 1
WMlVl MmfbllowtHc DENTISTRY Chiropractic Nerve Specialist. j
I AjJj.-'(r7ifit of Rooms 1 and 2 Inland Empire I
i JrTT tii'Jtork Room 7, Temple Bldg. Hank Bldg-.
Hrs. 10 to 12 a. ra. 1:30 to 6 p. m.
j Dr. David Bennett Hill I
"cmlli iuii Orecon
Well woman, and I want to tell the ; vowspaper Notice Ixxsttes Man.
Simpson Auto Co.
sMd the Rood this rnedlcino doos
Thfti wniiiun Is perfectly justified, and
should b commended for toiling oth
' frK how she rppalncd her health.
IF HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY. USE SAGE TEA
IIiv'k (ri'undmoth-!'V ltiM ti Dm !.
en and lU-nutify I-ded Hnlr.
The noti'tH carffod In local papem
yesterday asklr. for the whereabouts
of Klmer Uedel were read at Athena
last oveninR by Mr. Bedel and he Rot
in communication with Shriff Taylor
at once. He was notified that his
father had died in Idaho. Whether
he went home is not known by the
heriff. The man was working: for the
Warren Construction Company.
Vat ure aided by2-
Not only allays distress in advance buc
assures a speedy recovery for the moth
er. It renders the broad, flat abdomi
nal muscles pliant as they readily
yield to nature's demand for expan
sion. As a result the nerves are ncr
drawn upon with that pc.uliar wrench
ing strain. Mother Friend is u:cd
At all Druggists.
Special Booklet on Motherhood and Baby fine.
BradfielJrtepulator CTo. Dpt. F 14, Atlanta, G
You wont have to worry about any ill effect
from the use of your eyes either for work
or pleasure if you wear glasses fit the
DR. A. M. SIMMONS
Do not your eyes deserve the same attention
that you give your teeth?
Have your eyes examined once a year by
the man who knows them
ROYAL Ms SAWTELLE'S
That beautiful, even shade of darh,
srlossy hair can only be had by brew
S Injr a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul-
phur., Your hair is your charm. It
mnkes or mars the face. When it
fades, turns Rray or streaked, just an
; application or two or Sage and Sul
phur enhances it appearance a hun
dredfold. Don't bother to prepare the mix-
iture; you can K"-t this famous old
recipe improved by the addition of j
other ingredients at a fmall cost, all;
ready for use. It is called Wyeth's
: Sae and Sulphur Compound. This can
j always be depended upon to bring
'back the natural color and lustre of
. your hair.
! Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and
Sulphur Compound no v.' because It
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it ha3 been applied, j
! You simply dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through!
1 the hair, taking one small strand at a ;
itimc; by morning the gray hair has i
j disappeared, and after another appli- j
' ration it becomes beautifully dark and I
appears plossy and lustrous.
Two couple? are Ijornsed
A marriage license was issued to
day to Arthur B. Coonan, of La
linuKle, and Miss Geneva Smith, of
Pendleton, to be married here today.
Arthur ;oodwin, of Pendleton, was
issued a license yesterday afternoon
to marry Miss Leila Harder, of Mil
ton. The ceremony is planned for
Sunday. December 14, at the home of
the bride in Milton.
G. B. P. MEETING PLACE :
IS U. S. ROAD CENTER
JUST OVERHAULED AND REPAINTED
Oue Buick Six in the bent kind of order, everything in A-l
and tee for yourself.
T. 6? S. Motor Co.
722 Cotton wood
; 3. snii
mill inn m- 1 I HHHSHMBraI
!W is at a BT
SI St. Umi!
condition. Come m . I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 11.
Chairman Will H. Hays was among
the first to arrive here for th
meettftff of the Republican national
committee which picked the 1920
convention city. In addition to the
committeemen, there were already on
the ground a dozen or more delega
tions here to urge the slction of their
city as the convention meeting; place.
Prominent among them are civic and
political leaders from Chicago and St.
Louis, where Charles E. Hughes and
President Wilson were repectively j
nimed in 1916.
There was considerable talk be- j
fore the vote among politicians of!
selecting Chicago as Ih e perman- i
ent convention city for the re- :
publican party. Mid-western head
quarters have recently been opened. in)
that city. It was pointed out, and
many have for years urged that the !
Cjty be chosen as regular battleground i
for candidates for nomination, and j
I for the additional reason of its central
Clilonso I Hoatl CVnter.
Chicago has had the convention j
c ery four years with one exception,
since 1896, and the ballance of favor j
In that direction.
Chicago claims to be about the most j
centrally located city, whose audi to
Hum is known to bo lari;o. enough for
the party, and claims that it Is the .
railroad center of the nation. The!
point of accessibility by railroad is one
Of the prime factors, committeemen j
il location is one of the
ssities. and any coast city
headed bv Paul V. BUlin,
secretary of the St. Louis Chamber of
Commerce, however, insisted that the
Mound City be selected as a perma
nent camp because of the city's closer
proximity to north, east south and
because of its claim of su
perior facilities for handling lare
numbers of delegates. Uooms are
available in St. Louis for &(H)0 dele
gates. It was said.
I sO NOON. Pa m i 1 y
ing out to dry in the
sions on Park l-intv
exclusive and richest
revolt against tl
gardens of man
;e present high
Distributors for Dixie Flyers, Umatilla County
"Roberts,'? said the
secretary "who was
fellow who wanted to
One of those book
in. How did yon ret
1 The usual method,
financier to his
i dirin t let him
rid of him -"
gtr. i bought a
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Wy-- THE DIAMOND HEWi. A
ruu m iitu icj boia rrcuJUcVy
boxn, sealed v. -a II. e tm
f te no o(l.ff. J!uj ef j-onr "
nmksotratt Best. Sfot.Al wan ReiLit ir
SQfA W DRUGGISTS EVERWHE
IDAHO STATE LIFE INSURANCE
An Ob line Company that does all
its business in the west.
All assets except U. S. Government
Bonds, are in western securities of
substantial worth. Res. office 210
Beauregard St. P. O. Box 38.
Why a Chalmers Starts
Quickly on a Cold Day
YOU can let a Hot Spot Chalmers
stand in the cold all day and then step
on the starter button and almost instantly
the engine is running.
No long wait, no running down of the
battery, no lost temper. Instead, quick
In a few moments the engine is running
with rare smoothness, minus backfire and
"coughing." It is "firing on all six."
Hot Spot and Ram's-horn are responsi
ble for the quick starting in a Chalmers.
Hot Spot vaporizes the raw gas to a fine
point; and Ram's-horn hurries it quickly
and evenly to the cylinders.
So that there is full ignition and hence
quick power and smooth power.
Price SI 685 f. o. b. Detroit.
Mclean & snavely
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