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DAILY EAST C2EG0SUH, FESDLITOSV OREGON, FEIDA7 EVENING OCTOBEH 22, 1020.
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People . Here and Tiere
Elderly People Need This
In Medicine Chest
Dr. I. U. Temple, who returned yes
terday from Lethhrldice, Canada, re
port the "Hie of nil 320 acre whcut
, ranch In that region. The land, which
he purohaaed In 1)117, wua sold to an
Alberta pioneer. Livestock and farm
equipment wore sold bIho. Weat crop
In centrul Alberta Were excellent this
year but In southern Alberta, from
Calvary south there were many full
urea and there has been no rain since
July, according to JJr. Temple.
W. l Thompson Is actinic aa advance
man for the Portland business men
who will arrive here this evening. Mr.
Thompson, who la vice-president of the
First National Bank of Portland es
well an president of thet American Na
tional, has been touring with the Tort
landers but decided to spend today In
Pendleton while Vie other members
of the party are In the Mat end of the
Omnium, a Chesapeake retriever
owned by Brooke Dickson, Is but nine
months old and this is the first duck
season, tout nevertheless the canine
has won the title of retrlver pnr excel
lence. Yesterday Geranium accom
panlvd hie owner and L. C. Bcharpf
en a duck hunt to the Iiarnhnrt region.
Drooke and I. C. has Just finished
Retting their mallard decoys In place
when the young pup made a dush for
the blRBi'Mt decny In the group, took It
by the neck and In his eagerness he
Lame entangled with strings on the
other decoys, triumphantly retrieving
the entire group. ,
Btanley Bayres and Julius Jocolson,
of Walla Walla, are In Pendleton today
nn business. Mr. Siiyres operates the
Franklin Agency in the Washington
city and Mr. Jacobson Ih one of his
"One of the biggest corn crops In
history," Is the w,ay Frank Curl de
scribes the crop In Missouri, Iowa and
Kansns. Mr. Curl returned this morn
ing after spending eight days visiting
the three states. , Incidentally. Mr.
Curl remarks that he thinks Missouri
Is going republican this year.
The death cell or Emmett Bancroft,
alias Nell Hart, Is to be visited by
Nature is on
Captain Jennie Conrad, of the local
post of the Salvation Army, who with
her lieutenant leaves tomorrow night
for Scuttle. Captain Conrad Interest
ed Bancroft in religion whllo he was
in the county Jail and she will upon
her return from Roattlo. give spiritual
advice to I lie slayer f Sheriff Til
Taylor. The Bulvatlon Army lossless
go to Seattle to attend the welcome
meeting which will be given for Colo
nel Clifford, who comes from New
Vork to head 8. A. work in the west.
I.leth Abbott Is wearing a new blue
sweater showing the official Univer
sity of Oregon ''O", and two stripes on
the left sleeve. The meaning of all
this Is that Mr. Abbott has been award
ed his letter sweater after two years
on the IT. of O. track team. lie was
elected captain of the track team for
thia year but did not re-enter college.
Lawyers from the Twin Cities of the
east end of the county are in the city
today on business. 8. D. Peterson,
Milton's city attorney and well known
lawyer, is here to attend to probate
business, while George J I. Bishop, of
Freewater, Is attending court.
ECONOMY " U5,
For tKiS sturdy Mend of wheat and
malted barley supplies body and
brain with just the elements of.
nutrition that Nature demands '
for healtli and vigor.
Grape Nuts is a Sugar Saver
"There s a Reason"
MVjr PostumGreal Co. Ioc.. Baltic GctlcHick
Big reductions on everything in our store, including X
Sale3 ssem to be in vogue at this time of the year
and we are not to be found lagging.
This sale coming just before holidays gives you a
great opportunity to save on Xmas Gifts.
i The Smart Shop
Phone 401 X
DiikUw ftcott Mill 6erv Tjiio.
An order revoking the suspension of
sentence on Buster Scntt for a pre
vious vio.aton of the liquor laws, was
signed In circuit court today. Scott
must go to Jail and serve three months
because he was recently indicted on
anotlier charge of violating the law.
Tho sentence will be served In the
Friday night Oct 22
i . . Seats on Sale Thompsons' Drug Store.
Prices: Lower Floor $2.00; Balcony $1.50.
Ta reliuvc chronic constipation, always
keep bottle of Dr. Caldwell's ....
Syrup Ptpiin handy. ' '
MEARLY all people as ihejr advance
r' la at;e suffer from chronic constipa
tion. Many, however, are indifferent to
the laxative they use, on the theory that
"they aru ull alike." That is a great
. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, for ex
ample, is a iniid, gentle liquid laxative,
and it does out lose its effect with re
peated use. It so trains the bowel
muscles that in time medicines of all
kinds can be dispensed with.
A sixty-cent bottle of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin will last many months.
The prescription was written thirty
years ago by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, . well
known family doctor, who is himself
now in his 82nd year and can ap
preciate what chronic constipation
must mean to elderly people; how it
brings on headaches, colds, loss of ap
petite and sleep, heaviness and a
general dull feeling.
Every home that has an elderly man
or woman should be provided with a
bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.
Eight million bottles were bought at
dru? stores last year. It is a truly
wonderful constipation remedy.
me your name and dd'
dress and I will send you a free
trial boitleo) my Syrup Pepsin.
Address me Dr. W. B. Cald
well, jii Waihington Street,
MonriIIo, Illinois. Every
body now and then weeds a
laxative, and it is well to know
the best. Write me today.
Parks C Wmnir.
U it MoAtee was fined 12 In police
court today for parking his car improperly.
MarrluKo IJctiiko Issued.
A murriuge license was Issued today
to Alfred K. Winslow, of Herniiston
and Hasel Gulbreulth of Pendleton.
compnny was detrtroyed and 6600 bales
of cotton were burned today in a fire
said to have broken out almost simul
taneously In several sections of the
buildings. The loss is 600,000. A
cotton gin In tlio other part of the
building was aliio found burning but
the bluze was extinguished.
Moiiljiicuo iKH-rrv KiiUirl.
A docree of divorce In the case of
Ethel M. Montague vs. John I. Monltt
gue was entered in circut colurt to
Young Would Collect III II.
Fred R. Young today started auit
against Isadora Whitebull to collect
IKU.60. alleged due for goods sold the
defendant. Peterson, Bishop & Clark
represent the plaintiff.
Gunlane Kstatc Appraised.
Tho eBtate of the late John 8. Our
diine, civil war veteran, has been ap
praised at fj 117.41. The inventory
was filed today by Ed Morgan, V G.
Sutherland and M. f. Carney, apprals--ers.
Woman Sum on IKwmion.
Ella V. Merrlan today brought suit
for divorce from Harry C. Merriam,
charging him with deserton In Jan
uary, 1919. The couple was married
In 1911 and had no children. Peter
son. Bishop A Clark represent the
Open High Low Close
Dec. 1.98 2.03X 1.93 2.02
Mar., 1.90 1.96 1.87 1MH
i)ec. ' .S0 14 .79 -81
May .S6 . .87 Vi .80 .87 4
July .S8 .88 7 .88)4
Hee. .5214 .&S .T,2 .f,3'4
May .68 .68 .67 .68 14
It ye '
Dec. 1.62 1.6414 161 1.6414 B
May 1.61 . 1.64 1.51 14 1.53 A
Dec. & .92 . 9 ."J2
Toilajr Was Prance WUlard tmr.
Frances Willard day was observed
by the teachers of Umatilla and Mor
row counties In session at the high
echool by an address by E. J. Klemme.
head of the department of education
at Belllngham State Normal School.
White ribbons were given all delegates
and curds were given to each on the
tobacco evil. The day would' have
been observed in the schools but for
their being dismissed on account of
Dutch Dance Is Clever.
A cleverely presented Dutch dance
by pupils of the seventh and eighth
grades was a pleasing number on the
teachers' institute program yesterdny.
The dancers, who were trained by
.Miss Eva Hansen and Miss Benjamin,
local teachers, wore attroctlve blue
and while Dutch costumes, topped by
wide-winged Hollander caps. Those
who danced were Elizabeth Simpson,
Katherine Simpson, Doris Graham,
Frances Isaacs, Dorothy Ross, Ellen
Fisher, Beryl Harrah and Irene Swan-
Man Seeks $2000 for Injury.
James Adams Drvden, aged 65, to
das brought suit for 12000 damages
against John Rothrock Jr., for in
juries which the plaintiff alleges he
suffered because of being run down
by the defendant's auto at Seventh
nd Main streets, Walla Walla. The
man's shoulder was permanently in
jured, he alleges, and in tha accident
hs head wais cut open and he was
knocked unconscious. Medical care
cost $46.75, which sum he asks in nd
dltlon to the general damages. The
plaintiff is represented In the case by
M. A. Stafford, of Walla Walla, and
Fee & Fee of Pendleton.
EARL.I7, Arkansas, Oct. 22. (A. P.
-The plant of the Enrle Express
The Inunnl Kffecta of humors are
worse than the outward. They en-
saparllla eradicates all humors, cures
all their Inward and outward eriecis.
It is the great alterative and tonic,
whose merit has been everywhere es
DECEMBER MARK $2.02
Wheat rose In price today, Decem
ber wheat opening at 11.96 and closing
at 12.02. March wheat opened at
11.90 and closed at 11.95. Following
are the figures from Overbeck & Cook
Co., local brokers:
CHICAGO, Oct. 22. Wheat Large
export sales proved the dominant fac
tor In today's market and although
bearish sentiment for a time had a
depressing influence, when the market
turned the response was rapid. Sales
to Switzerland. Italy and Belgium yes
terday and over night were estimated
at 2,000,000 bushels. The bulk of cash
sales were at lower prices, but prem
iums were a shade firmer at 6 cents to
1-2 cents over December for num
ber one hard. '
Advices as to country offerings were
conflicting, some handlers in the south
west reporting the largest purchases
so far, while others and the majority
claimed less pressure to sell since yes
terday's decline. The conspicuous fea
ture in the market Is that when the
pessimistic feeling, based on business
conditions subsides,' a quick advance
in prices occurs. The urgency of the
foreign demand contradicts the wis.
dom of taking an aggressive position
on the shor? side at this time.
cause It emancipated her from shack
les that denied political equality. The
democratic party gave us a dry nation
and saved many tears from the eyes
of future mothers and wives, and now
that same party wishes to emancipate
you fiom the horrors of war." This
address expresses the opinion of the
majority of the women of this secion.
Mr. Hattie Harl of Council Bluffs.
Iowa, who Is a candidate for congress
from the Ninth district of Iowa and
the only person In that district who
has ever dared try for an office on
other than the republican ticket, finds
her support growing remarkably fa.st
because of her attitude toward the
League of Nations issue.
flub uit llanllng.
Refusal of Senator Harding to de
bate witn Cox on the league resulted
In the Cherry county (Neb.) Harding
club to officially announce Itself for
Cox, stating that the club believed only
a man who was afraid would refuse
such an offer.
Railway news agents employed by
the Van Noy Interstate company, op
erating in all directions from Sioux
City, report that the reading traveling
public is refusing In many instances to
purchase papers opposed to the league.
One news agent on a 50u-mile run
through the state of Iowa says he has
discontinued the sale of republican
dailies because of the dissatisfaction
created by their opposition to the
A crowd of farmers recently burned
Harding in effigy at a husking bee.
The entire crowd is said to have bed
strictly republican in former years,
The incident occurred at Winner. S. D.
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raintVi.ii, Snrr, Quirk In 4bU 2-Drop,
- U-handm Wondrr
There Isn't room on the same toe for
a corn and two or three drops of
ri" 'iri ii s '1ttwioni- 'ill
At bedtime rub the thro-u ...
chest thoroughly with
Oml7HlUionfvt Ui Vr(v
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Women Aro Hictors.
In those days neither Iowa, South
Dakota nor Nebraska had woman suf
frage and the first two states went re
publican In the national election.
It was noted that in every instance
where a woman marked a straw ballot
she voted for Cox. With the majority
of women voting for Cox and at least
a third of the men taking the same
stand, while the laboring class and the
farmers vole for their candidates, tne
democratic possibilities in the upper
Mssourl' valley states are taking on a
In Harding county, S. v., a place
that seldom has a democratic candi
date on the ballot, a straw vote shows
three times as many votes for Cox as
for Harding. The reverse was true
four years ago in the Hughes-Wilson
Wntncn Baok league.
One thing common In all other cam
paigns throughout the middle west is
missing this year. When men meet In
homes and public places they do not
discuss politics. Half will tell you
they are for the league, and the other
half Eay they cannot understand it
enough to pass Judgment on It. On
the other hand, practically every wo
man will declare herself for t he
league, spme of them adding that they
do not care to vote for a candidate
who owns brewery stock. '
A rock-ribbed republican lawyer the
other day told an interviewer that ho
did not fully understand the league,
but since the democrats originated It i
ho would not vote for It. His wife is
working for Cox.
Mrs. Wallace Larence of Eales. S.
D., who is touring in the Interest of i
the league, stated In an address made
in St. Paul recently that "the demo
cratic party U th. woman's part-, be-
uan't Be Cora Cripple I'm "Cl.i "
"Gets-lt" so the corn curls up. shrivels
and peele off In your fingers so easily
that you are simply astonished, because
you cun't feel it.
You actually wonder whether it can
be true, that you went along for
months enduring such misery when Tou
could have had such eapy and quick re
lief. Do you doubt? Prove it st our
risk. Your money cheerfully refunded
if "Gets-lt" fails. Be sure you get the
genuine. There is nothing else like
"Gets-lt." Sold by druggists every
where; costs but a trifle. Mfd. by E.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Sola in Pen
dleton And recommended as the world's
bost corn remedy by Tailman & Co.,
Economy Drug Co.
Special for Saturday
Per Pound 40e
Regular price GOc
Complete line of every
known candy Including Tar
Ties, KiuIhtcs, Chocolates uud
THIS IS A GOOD TIME
TO SELECT THAT
One can not be too particular In tho selection of
a timepiece. Correct timekeeping quality must hav
first consideration. Right now , wo are fortumUe In
having a large collection of fine watches moderately
priced. Christmas will soon be here and If you wish
the watqh adjusted and engraved It can be din
leisurely and carefully. In tho holiday rush It Is
not possible to give the same deliberate service that
you can be sine of now.
Th Largest Diamond Jealefa in Eatem
i . , Oregon.
YOU CANNOT ENJOY LIFE
Unless you are sure your family will be properly provided for when
you die. You can easily provide for your famine's future needa by
taking a policy with the Leading Northwestern Compatky
NEW WORLD LIFE
Assets over 3,20O,0OO.
' - EUGENE MOLITOR, Gen. Agent
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DON'T DELAY BUYING YOUR FELT SLIPPERS ;
Until your size and color is gone.
We have at present a very large and complete "
stock of felts in all colors ard styles. 1
Prices here are a little lower
l Jack Winer, Mgr.
735 Main St.
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court " Phone 880 or 881
We wish you to compare these prices with your gro
cery bill on a credit stote. We sell for cash and sell, for
M. J. B. Coffee, per
Hills Red Can 55c
5 pound cans...... .$2.70
Hills Blue Can
per pound 40c
Hills Blue, 3 lbs $1.15
Regular 50c grade,
M. J. B. Tree Tea
per pound 50c
Hills Green Tea,
per pound 75c
Schilling Tea per lb 95c
Liptons Tea. per lb. 95c
Baking Powder 20c
1 pound roll 65c
2 pond roll $1.25
1 pound 55c
3 pound $1.00
6 pound $1.90
9 pound $2.85
SPECIAL FRIDAY AND
3 large size Olympic Pan
, Cake Flour $1.00
12 pounds Cali. Small
White Beans , $1.00
11 lbs. Cali. Pink Beans $1.00
8 pounds Jap Rice $1.00
3 pounds of our best
Bulk Coffee $1.00
4 cans 2 1-2 size Peaches $1.00
3 pounds Walnuts $1.00
10 cans Hebe Milk $1.00
5 cans Weber Valley Peas $1.00
12 lbs. Tapioco or Sago....$1.00
Tea Garden, gal $1.90
Tea Garden, 1-2
Karo Light, gallon $1.25
Karo Dark, gallon $1.20
Log Cabin, large
We are giving you the benefit on all drops in prices
and only ask you to give us a trial order to convince you
that this is the way we do business. "
Fay Cash Recwve More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880 or 881
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