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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1A1?, PEDTDtETODT, OltEGOIT,.
THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMEEB StT,182().
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; Peopk H .
tlicro attending their show-.
Dr. M. K. It'll, formerly a physician
In li tlruiide, whs a I'endlclon vlHltor
yesterday. tr. Hill, during the recent
war, tan in the medical corps and
served at Lettorman Ueneral Hospit-
Now'thati the 'meeting of the state
highway commission ,Ib over, County
Judge C. 1J. Marsh can turn" his
thoughts (ir a few days to the paying
of Hound-Up bills. The Judge Ih sec
retary of the llound-Up and as such Ih
entrusted with the big Job of auditing
and paying the bills.. ,Until next Wed
nesday when the October term of the
county court convenes, the ' seorotary
will have time to flnJnh up account!
on the 1920 allow, ho hopes, and he Is
asking that everyone have in their ac
counts early. . . :
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' f 1'retuderit: H- W. '' Collins, of the Hoy W. miner, stato senator, and
ltound-Uu was unable to got away 1ft. iS. Chlo'uppfc, secretury of the re
last evening to attend the aiolso I publican county, organization here, are
llound-Up and is plannlrtg'to reave toi loaWiig to'nlwht for noise to attend the
night, if possible, to spend to daya; Uouml-'fp'there and to look over the
custom '. Oregon
political ' situation
, James If. Bturgls, of Hturgls & Storle,
left last night on No. 18 for lloiso
where he will attend their llound-Up
as the guest of friends.
The Hound-lip Is over and Sharkey
is still unrldrion by Jimmy Hicks, O.
W. H. 9c N. traveling passenger agent.
Mr. Hicks for weeks before the big
show maintained that He could ride the
bull but during the days of September
23, 24 and 25 be strangely silent.
Ho Is in Pendleton today and feels
safe in stating that he .really could
have riddon the outlawv' v-
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THE NEW CENTKKOF POPULATION?
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NEWS OF.THE COUNTV
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
A . . ..
"The new cnter ol population T Sure, right on my farm. ay
J. L. Skirrln, Monroe-co, Ind.. farmer, who la pointing at It. "There'e
..the mooument to 'er. and it ab' not in tee exaet spot. I'll more "er.r '
born woman ever to marry into tbe firitlsh royal farlly
Iiihbiio Man Brought Here.
A man giving the name of Rode
Itokic was committed to the ICoMcrn
Oregon Btate hospital yesterduy aft
e moo n after having been brought to
the county Jnll from Huron by Wil
liam t'helf, simwIo deputy, aheriff at
Meacbum. The msa - was shabbily
dressed, wore a Khg, black beard and
his huir was matted and . -tinke'mpt.
Fon three days prior to being taken
Into custody, the man stayed' in a car
bin near Huron, refusing fond that was
Offered him and eating nothing what
ever. He is harmless and of the'tier
mit type,: hs eyes having the peculiar
glare and his face the fiendish 'grin
of one insane, ile was examined and
committed by Dr. 1, J. McFaul, coun
ty physician. '
I'lduJi Mas Marrta. , ,:. -,
John f. tjrena, f I'kiuh, .and Miss
Ifcilly Oallington, were licensed yester
day afternoon to wed. . The wedding
took place later in the day In the of
ficea of Justlco, Joe H. l arkes. ,
BILLY SUNDAY FINDS r
MORAL IN IDOL'S FALL
- HV BtLoT SUNDAY.'
(Copyright by the United I'rcss.)
UOANOKKt ' Va., ei)t. 30. The
heart of the average American boy
will cherish bitter enmity toward
dastardly gambling Interests that cor
rupted his baseball Idols. But no boy
will say, he has lost faith In baseball.
He is Just one more factor of the pub
lic eager to repudiate the slightest
suggestion of dishonesty and anxious
to back up efforts to maintain for
baseball tho reputation it had for
years clean. on the square, whole
some and distinctly' American. Dis
loyalty and dishonesty did what ail
sluggers of the American league could
not do drive Eddie Clcotte from the
Thus one of the Idols of American
boyhood fall from its pedestlal of
lame. To my mind this Consttutes one
of the saddest features connected with
the baseball scandal. Kven this, how-
eves., will not rob the average boy of
his Interest and love for baseball,
Thousands of youthful players on city
lots, members of country and town
loams from coaHt to coawt, will see In
the baseball scandal only proof, of
things that they havot always bellnvedi
"That you can't p"lay a crooked gamo
ana w.n - . - (
That murder will out, and
That you can not mix in bad com
pany and get away with it.
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Gray, Sfreakod ISafr
sk nnvliorlv ft dim ho
you am, and notic how thir flmt
To ha anfWflnr1 To nan't hn
mnro than thirty; I can tll bv your
liair," tnuivt Kv to any woman whi
in really forty fir mure a etis of
pride and atlfaction.
lint to hecomo prmftturly rray
at 20 or 40s to look tea yoars older
AS STATION AGENT HERE
iUMV'tstraUoit SHNlcU in. . ..
KogiHtrat'on of voters at the county
clerk's office was speeded, up consid
erably today,' as the end approaches
for registering. This morning there
were IS names added to tbe lists, 16
of these being democrats and 12 re
labllcan. The rush to register con
tinued this afternoon.
AVould tPfmn Citizen .
Hugh Thomas FTaer, of Hermlston,
on Wednesday filed his petition with
the county clerk for final naturalisa
tion papers and will be heard at the
January term on January , 1921.
MA TOW UMS TO 8W1CDKV
VAN-COirV'ER. B. C... Pent. 81. To
shin lumber in raft formation from
this coast to Sweden is tbe ambitious
project being Investigated here by
prominent lumbermen of Sweden. The
visitors have carefully Investigated
'waters of the Pacific, tides, currents
and seasonal winds and say that on
account of the huge slse of British
Columbia timbers It will be possible to
make and tow rafts eontaining from
twenty to. twenty -.fiver million feet of
timbers to Sweden. . . .
T. F. O'Kricn. for the wast ten and a
helf years Pendleton station agent for
the O. W. H. A N., has resigned his po
sition, according to announcement
made by him this morning. F. It.
Hall, station agent at Huntington since
1S0, arrived last night to succeed Mr.
Mr. O'Brien has for mahy year been
& railroad man. When he came to
Pendleton the present depot building
had not been built. . nor had the
grounds been planted to grass and
shrubs. These latter improvements
went on Under Mr. O'Brien's direction.
He is undecided about his plans but
expects to take a rest before deciding
as to his future. , .
Mr. Hall's family Hill arrive here
soon tq join him.
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than you actually are that Is In
deed a bittwr exseriunce. ,Howevei
env woman can, with a bottl; of
Brown atone, restore to gray, faded
and streaked hair all Its maiden -beauty
and - the Identical eoler it
had in girlhood, whether light l old
en, medium, 'dark brown or- Murk.
Brownnlona is instant In result
and absolutely hurinless.
At all druKClsts: Cos and II. Si! two
colors! "Llpht to ?fenlum Brown"
and, "Dark Brown to Black.,
' Special Free Trial Offer
For a free trial package ef
Prownatone. send to The Kenton
.Pharmacal Co., ST Coppln Bldg.,
Covington. Ky., enclosing 11 cents
to pay postage, packioic and war
tax. Tear tills out.
(Continued from page 1.)
paving, most of the Work so far pro
jected being on the north 'side.
Accept Printing Bids.
Ulds for the city printing, called for
two weeks ago, were recommended ac
cepted by the finance committee and
their action Was ratified by the coun
cil. The East Oregonlas iwas en-
ued as official city paper, while H. W.
Ireland was gven the contract for Job
A remonstrance against the paving
of Matlock street from Raley to Jack
son was presented by five property
ownens out on recommendation of the
. v. t1
$125 to $200'
TJo.v effective, all Sludebaker models are reduced as follows: '
STUDEBAKER BIG-I Reduced . . . ; $200.00
STUDEBAKER SPECIAL-SIX Reduced . ;. $125.00
STUDEBAKER 4-PASSENGER ROADSTER
STUDEBAKER 2-PASSENGER ROAjDSTER .
Reduced . ......... A ... . . . . . ... . $125.00
! i ; v r 'Enclosed Models in Proportion. ;; lt ,
STUDEBAKER was among the last to raise and the first to lower the price of
their cars.. . : '
. STUDEBAKER has steadily increased the quality of materials and workmanship
during the war regardless of high cost of ma'teriajs, freight and labor. ' . - ,
. STUDEBAKER now offers, without ,doubt,. the greatest value in motor vehicles
on the American market today. . '
Don't buy a new car until you have learned in detail all that Stu
debaker of fcrs you for your money.' r
THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR. -
STUDEBAKER DEALERS V '
street committee Wasnot allowed.
Mathew Duffy, who - helped Dave
Bonifet capture Jack Rat hie near
Gibbon on July 31, filed with the coun
cil a claim for half the city' reward
for his capture, 't H-'s bill was for $125.
he eountll laid the claim on the ta
ble until lifter, the caes are all dis
posed of. ' ' '
Petition-: Are I-Vforred.
Petition for the repair of tho cross
ing- at West Bluff and ?obie street,
filed with the recorder by property
owners, was referred to .the street com-
Tw men who paid for city licenses
to operate cars during- the Round-Cp
in this city asked return of their li
cense fee Inasfuch as they did not op
erate. The council ordered the return
of the $50 fee to both of them-who
gave their names as Peter Arroussea
and Will.'am Richardson.
Bills of the city were approved hy
the committees and ordered paid by
the council which adjourned until this
evening when consideration ' will be
given to the two special ensures to be
placed! on the;ballot, ; '
PORTLAND, Sept. 30. (U. P.)
The first drop in the price of food at
local restaurants was announced- to
day by a concern operating three eat
ing- places. Standard dishes are re
duced five cents, the reductions rang
ing from 20 to 60 per cent
Wheat 1-Vat ure Affected,
CHICAGO, 6ept. 30. Wheat fu
tures today dropped nine rents on the
Chicago board of trade. Other grains
also declined.. Heavy liquidations, due
to continued declines in the prices of
various commodities was the princi
Motor TriMrka Ixmer.
LIXCOL.N, Neb., Sept. 30. The Pa
triot Motor company today announc
ed a reduction of from 200 to $395
in the price of its trucks.
Potatoes Sell at 50 Cents.
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 30. (U. P.)
Potatoes today hit the price tobog
gan here. - The wholesale . price was
quoted at 50 cents, a reduction of one
dvllar, . ' . Mt
FAMILIES ARE 50-50
IN THEIR CHOICE FOR
SEATTLE. Waah., Sept. S0.WU.
P.) Of 23 families in Seattle who
have the hamo of Cox and who Were
interviewed, 10 staled they are oppos
ed to him, 11 were undecided us to
whether they'd mark ballots for him
and only two were sure they are for
the democratic nominee for president.
And the Harding families in Seat
tle are by no means unanimous for the
republican standard bearer; In fact,
it's about 50-50.
So Cox will be for Harding and
Harding will vote for Cox at least in
5EOIlGE II YItTMAX
(Continued from page 1.)
eral others were discussed as good tim
ber from the fourth ward. A rumor
had been heard that Mr. Gillanders
might be a mayoralty candidate but
this was not confirmed.
(Continued from page 1.)
served only to reduce the outstanding
short interest, the vulnerable portion
of which apparently covered on yes
terday bulges. There is but one con
structive argument, and that is that
the extended decline has discounted a
great many bearish conditions, but
this will mean nothing until some
thing of a concrete nature develops to
stimulate confidence In values. Kven
the producer seems to have no faith
in higher prices as country offerings
showjjo abatement despite the de
cline. Oats This market was under pres
sure with other grains and not only
the futures but the cash as well, suf
fered sharp reductions. Receipts were
estimated at 100 cars, a small Increase
and met an 'insufficient demand. This
market Is In a weak position and the
(act that prices have broken in two
since early summer, is of no consequence.
Rve Trade in fnttir .lull
with 'the HecemWr relatively weaker
Ib-IOinl ctcrv Ihi-)iics there must be s definite
policy to make that business auccmfiiL And In lhene
days of uncertain values It is well for the buyer t
turn to an Institution that has a clear conception of
Its responsibilities to the buying public. .
Our ltt-fws always welcome comparison. Each
price Is marked In plain figures and that figure is
the lowest compatible with reliable quality.
MiHmaumttfiit or exaggeration h no place whore
(liiallty Is of the highest and prices are low.. Wo
shall endeavor to always maintain that iiolii-y.
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The Largest Diamond Stealer in Eastern
' - . Oregon.
sold at September prices. The ab
sence of export buying is the tignal
for bearish endeavors. .
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.)
TOI.KDO. Temporary closing of
Wii.ys-Overland Auto plant was an
nounced today whenemploycs were
instructed to report next Wednesday
when lt will be definitely known
whether plant Is. to operate on three
day a week basis or remain closed 'tin
til conditions improve. -
Herald Examiner Willys-Overland
lays off 4,600 workers. Street Is now
looking for reductions in tires since
auto prices 'cut.
Odds on Harding advance 4 to 1 to
5 to 1 with Cox supporters lifcn-unding
6 to 1.
(From overoeck A Cooke Co.)
London, 348; Paris, 669; Italy, 418;
Belgium. 710; Germany, 10; Aus- ous year.
ASK YOl'lt NKKiHIKMl
- g,, many thousands of women have
been restored to health, by Lydla &
'inkham'M Vegetable t Compound that
there U hardly a neighbor in any city,
town or hamlet in this country where
in some woman has not found healtb
in this remedy. If you are suffering
from some womanly ill. why don't you
try it? .
tria, 46; Greece, 1025-
lmerator due Sunday bringing $,
950.000 gold consigned to Federal re
serve bank. '
Baltic brings 13,f 60.006 j;oldVcon
signed to American banks.
Steel trade organs predicts general
readjustment of prices on lower
plane except of few special products
with trend of conditions toward easier
American shipbuilding Co. in. year
ended June 30th earned f 32.13 a share
on common stock against $42.60 prevt-
Buckhbcht fme Short
X LL other styles were forgotten when we designed ouz '
"brogue" No. 440, but reputation wasn't. There is a'
JL Jb. quality beneath the fancy stitching, the ornate per-' '
forating, the winged tips, the brass eyelets, the swagger -mahogany
calf, that is worthy of our. whole sixty years -of ;
font shoe-making. And our trade-marked solid sole supports, .
the shoe's claim to ruggedness. . ,
. Tell us vhen your dealer Jotsn't show them
and iue -will endeavor to have you supplied. f
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
Sold in Pendleton by Bond Brothers
K DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY,
209 E. Court , Phone 880 or 881
100 lbs. $2.50
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
, 209 E. Court Phone 880 or 8S1
than the expiring pionth, Cash rye