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DAILY EAST 0226033TAS, PtJfCI.ETOJT, GREGOIT," MON'M? EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1920.
People Here and There
Sheriff W, It Jiiylor arrived homo
from l'nrtluiid Hunduy nftcr attending
1ho Nell Hart execution at 8ulem and
ntlaiultiiK to criminal matters In I'ort
lund on Kuturday.
A. P. Flgel, of l'nrtluiid, deputy V.
H. district ulturiK'y, returned to the
liirtroiiollH hint dIkIH after MiondltiK
Fiitiirduy and yextorduy here on gov
ernment uuhIiiosh. .
C K. Ciunnton, who la county direc
tor for tho Hed Crowt roll cull begin
ning November 11, left this morning
for HermlHton on bUHlneKH conected
with the appeal for mrmbcmhlpa.
Clarence Bishop, representing" the
Itlxhop Interest which own woolen
mill In Pendleton, WaahouRat, Tort
land and Kurcka, California, wan a
Pendh'toh btiHlnpKi visitor yeetcrday.
Mr. Bishop hu Just retJVned from a
trip east. " ,
tr. V. Ij. Ingram and Clarence
Whlleman left by auto on Sunday for
Arlington where they plun to upend
a couple of days hunting geese on the
Columbia IliTer. ' Other parties are be
ing planned to leave for the aumo lo
cality later thin weelr.
Among the Oregon product made
In Portland la soap, laundry and faclul
variety, manufactured by The Mount
Hood Soup Co.. of which flue Fcld
man la a member. Mr. Feldmun, who
oils hla product to local stores and
lutindrlcx, was In Pendleton during the
. Mumiel Frlodly will leave either to
nluhf on No. 5 or tomorrow morning
on No. 19 for Portland wliorc, on
Wednesday, lie will uttend a meeting
or tho directors of the Pacific, Hlutes
Fire Insurance Co. Ho will rutilin
later In the week.
Kugene Jloylon cumo to' Pendleton
.Siiiduv from the Iiuylnn sheep ranch
on Putter Creek and will )euve with
hl brother Brnest by auto on Wed
nesday for Kugene, where they will
Push the week end at tho University of
Oregon homecoming, lioth young men
formerly attended the stale university.
.Pert Jorurd, now district manager
for the Kiiultublo Life Insurance Co.,
fnr Kiistern Oregon, will leave this
evening on No. 18 for a visit to his
agencies cost of here. He will visit
Iji Orunde. Maker, tno Wallowu coun
ty towns, and as" far south as On-
tnrln. He nluns to bo absent from
tho city nearly 10 days and hopes to
bo In Jiukcr -jnursuay ior ine iooi
bull game between I'cndleton and lia
ker high schools. '
11. Alexander, pioneer Pemlletoj t
merchant, arrived rrom Portland last
evening to spend the week here and Inj
Mermieion wnn nis son-in-iuw aim
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dodd.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander left for Port
land a few weeks ago to spend the
winter and are both enjoying gtiod
health, he said today. Mr. Alexander
will spend Wednesday and Thursday
in Hormlston and return to Portland
Huturday or Hunday.
Jurncs Johns, who has been In Hpo
kano on a business trip, returned to
his home hero Hunday morning.
Kmll Tlmmoi rnati, formerly of He
lix but now farming at Culdesac,
Jiluho, Is a business visitor In I'rndlc
ton, having urrivsd Hunday.
Chester Kennedy, one of the em
ployes on S. R. Thompson's wheat
ranch on the reservation, plans to de
part tomorrow on a trip to Flint,
Mich. He will bo pone for the rest of
the winter and plans to return eurly
in the spring to Umatilla county.
When Mrs. Kdlth G, Van Dcusen,
home demonstration agent, taught
history and appreciation of art In
Montana Htute University, a big husky
football player named Horsey used to
come .Hurtling: In to classes the day
after a clash on the gridiron. On Hut
urday' Mrs. Van Heusen witnessed the
Montana-Whitman same, and true to
form, Horsey, left tackle, was taken
out of the game because of injuries to
his leg. Mrs. Van Heusen was at
Hudson liuy Friday night and later at
Umaplno in tho Interests of her work
and then went to the Ourden City
and saw the drubbing administered to
Why Are Skin Diseases
I . So Difficult to Overcome?
When your skin breaks out with
itching eruption, tetter, rash, ec
zema, psoryasis, or other terrifying
disorders, temporary relief will do
you but little good, for soon all the
itching nl irritation breaks out
' ifrcsh with renewed fury, and you
loin realize that local remedies
such as ointments, salves and simi
lar treatment will never rid you of
These troubles oritfinateMd. the
bld. and if you expect real sub
stantial relief you mu3t treat them
through the blood.
The best remedy for this purpose
in S.S.S., the fine old blood remedy
that purines the blood of disease
trerms, and thus restores the skin
to a normal and healthy condition.
Begin taking B.S.S. today, and
write complete history of your
case, and our medical director will
give you expert advice without
charge. Address Chief Medical Ad
viser, 161 Swift Laboratory, At
school superintendent's office today to
all Kchools In the county that Thurs
day ia a legal holiday in the state and
that on that day there will bo no
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Here's Two Good Ones
Get a supply of these extra fancy products while
these specials are on.
Small Whits Beans, 121-2 pounds for $1.00
Head Rice, 7 pounds for $1.00
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb
OFFICES AND OFFICERS j
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Mun Pliwls Xot ;iillly
George liacon, recently brought here
fiom Hood Hiver to face a charge of
non-support preferred by his wife, has
pleaded not guilty and been admitted
to bail In the circuit court. His bond
was fixed at $2D0 and he raised the
All Schools Clime Thursday.
Vi'ord went out from the
llunUii niietl $2.",0. ...
Arthur Hardin, who pleaded guilty
several weeks ago to a charge of sim-
I le assault, has been fined $250 in
the circuit court. He was Indicated
on a charge of asau;t with intent to
kill but by mutual consent the plea was
inado to the lesser charge.
' Use Soothing Musterole
When those sharp pains go shooting
through your heri, when your skull
srcru as if it would split, just rub a little
Musterole on your temples and neck.
It draws out the inflammation, soothes
Musterole is a dean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard. Better than
a mustard plaster and does not blister.
ibr.y doctors and nurses frankly,
recommend Musterole for sore throat,
bronchitis, crot sti.7 neck, asthma,
neuralgia, err- in, pleurisy, rheuma
tism, I -' 'z pmr.s and aches of the
back cr joints, sprains, sor: muscles,
bruises, chilblaini frosted feet colds
of the chest (it often prevents pneu
monia). It is always crnendable.
ooc and oocjare; JiospiuJ size $3.00
lliiiilcr Hoy Tried
The trial of Kugene Hunter, 15 year
old youth eharged with calf stealing,
was held in Juvenile court this morn
ing, County Judge ft H. Marsh presid
ing. The chief witnesses against the J
laa were Jlomn Mctiroom, whose calf
It 'was that young Hunter is alleged to
have butchered, and George Carnes,
of Pilot Rock, special .deputy who
made the arresti last, summer. After
taking the testimony. Judge Marsh
took the ase under'advisement.
tho motorist' at the edge of towns, I
wus only turned down in a very few
ciises, and, best of nil, was never asked
to do a lick of work the whole Irip.
VAMP TRAMP EMERGES "
FROM ENDLESS THRONG
., "s KING OF AUTO HOBOES
J.N3W1V3HX sno3iano3 woj HNiw-oanoj snohj
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. (I. P.) Pilch
ard "Friday" Lonsdale drove Into Chi
cago today in a $7500 touring car, and
thereby emerged from the countless
"sons of the road" as king of auto
hoboes. The box car hpbo is passing.
according to Lonsdale, who has just
finished "bumming" his way from San
Francisco to Chicugo via the soft up
holstered cushions of an automobile.
Lonsd.-ilc, who vsuid he belongs to
the "race of men who dont fit in" said
"I have been from coast to coast In
box cars, but concluded It was a hard
life at best. I got a bright and shining
idea to become an auto hobo by watch
ing the cuties and flappers vamp their
way downtown In the morning and de
cided that If a smile and a pair of
pretty eyes could win an auto ride, a
hard lock story could, too. I hailed
How Not to Take Cold
Some persons are subjeect to fre
quent colds, while others seldom, if
ever, have a cold. You will find that
the latter take good care of themselves.
They take a shower or cold sponge
bath" every day in a warm room, avoid
over heated rooms, sleep with a win
dow open or partly open, avoid cx
cessess, over eating, becoming over
heated and then chilled and getting
the feet wet.' Then, when they feel the
first Indication of a cold, they take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy without
delay and it- is soon over.
A Timely Bugemrtlon
This ig the season of the year when
the prudent and careful housewife re-
plenishheg her supply of Chamber
lain's Cough P.ernedy. It Is almost
certain to be needed before the winter
is over and result are much more
prompt and satisfactory when it is
kept at hand and given as soon as the
first Indication of a cold appears and
before It has become sett'.ed in the sys
tem. There Is no danger in giving It
tc children as it contains no opium or I
other harmful drug. .
Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done Heri
a World of Good I
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done me !
a world of good," writes Mrs. Ella L. j
Button, Kirkville, N". Y. "I have rec-.
ommended them to a number of my I
friends and all who have used them ;
praise them highly." When troubled '
with Indigestion or constipation, give I
them a trial and realise for yourself
what an excellent medicine it is.- !
Good Health j
If you would enjoy good health, keep j
your bowels regular. No one can rea-i
sonably hope to feel well, when consti
pated, When needed, take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They are mild and gen
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SAYS "ITS PERFECT,"
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It would have been impossible to become the
"Largest Uiamond Dealer in Kunlern Oregon" with
out having a definite policy. . . . Our policy Is
one of no mlsrepresentatlve. You are told the exact
truth about every diamond. . ... No, "near
weights" used. Only exact weights. . , . Our
policy Is one price and that price In plain figures.
. . . We buy with 800 other Jewelers and secure
the best price possible, which we in turn piss on to
The largest Diamond Dealers In Eastern Oregon
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court
Phone 8S0 or 881
When trading in a cr.: h store you have no chance to
Iokc the breaks are all in your favor.
When a cash business does away with all of the credit
stores' overhead expenses it's easy to see why we can save
youfrom 10 to 25 per cent.
Pa Cash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court
Phone 880 or 881
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Monday, November 8th to Saturday
EH . i
Evening, November 13th
hav too many tires and to reduce stock in a hurry we are going to offer Umatilla county motorists the chance of their lifetime to buy new stock Cord and Fabric Tires and Tubes for one -week at
Everyone knows the great service nd mileage Fisk Tires give and hundreds will undoubtedly take advantage of this sensational sale of these popular, standard made tires.
FISK CORD TIRES
EVERY TIRE GUARANTEED
FISK FABRIC TIRES
30x3 Non-Skid, Reg. $19.10. Sale price $14.33
30x3l2 Non-Skid, Reg. $23.10. Sale price $17.33
31x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $32.6.5. Sale price.. $24.49
32x312 Non-Skid, Reg. $27.45. Sale price $20.59
32x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $37.25. Sale price $27.94
33x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $39.05 Sale price $29.29
34x4 Non-Skid, Reg. $40.00. Sale price $30.00
33x4 ia Non-Skid, Reg. $53.25. Sale price........$39.94
War Tax not includ cd in above prices.
30x3 , Reg. price $3.15.
30x3i2, Reg. price $3.75.
31x4 , Reg. price $5.05.
32x3ii, Reg. price $425.
32x4 , Reg. price $5.35.
33x4 , Reg. price $5.35.
34x4 , Reg. price $5.70.
33x412, Reg. price $6.75.
35xi2. Reg. price $7.00. v
34x41a, Reg. price $7.00.
35x5 , Reg. price $8.55.
Sale price $2.37
Sale price $2.82
Sale price..... $3.79
Sale price $3.19
Sale price $4.02
Sale price $4.02
Sale price ...$4.28
Sale price $5.32
Sale price $5.25
Sale price $5.25
Sale price $6.42
COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL SIZES TO SELECT FROM NON-SKIDS, RIBBED AND PLAIN TREADS, IN CORD AND FABRICS. RED TOPS IN THE POPULAR SIZES, ALL REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK IN
SAME PROPORTION AS ABOVE LIST
. REMEMBE R THAT EVERY TIRE IS NEW STOCK AND FULLY GUARANTEED, AND THAT WE DO OUR OWN ADJUSTING
OUT OF TOWN
STUDEBAKE R DEALERS
Elks' Bldg., Garden and West Court S ts.
OUT OF TOWN