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daily East oreqonian,, pendletoi?, ( qbeooNa r ;T .rftiDAff.EVgNiyo, kovember 2gto;o.
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ere and There
George J. Emet will
row for Bremerton,
where he wilt spend the winter., lie
will nmko hln homo at IMS Pleasant
leave tomor-ougul, v. 4b a Thunhsgivlng day vlslloi
Washington, In Pendicle n.
Iluiry Bunfield, of the firm of l'ur
Itcr & Hunflold, contractors, Bpcnt
Thanksgiving In Pendleton,
Otto Housor, formerly employed at
.Ilia l'cndleton Woolen Mills, now em
ployed by the Tllshop mill In Wash-
For ExpecUnt Mother
Cseb By Tkeee CXEfiAT;o9(s
imh m aoosut eoraissooe muii, mi
mwui RiewuToi Co., Oirr. J O, Atuii. it
ATTfcN 1)1 'i TO (HJ1U;NS
G.MlDK.N " '
.. ".My neighbor aro nurpruiftl to hc
,nie looking o writ, for they thought 1
would not live to t summer. I had
such pain around by -heart astocaus
me to faint. I knew it ' came from
bloating and pressure of gaa In my
tomach. A friend In 8t. UMils told
tni to uso Mayr"a Wonderful ltemedy
and I now feci better thun In all my
life. I am doing my own work, at
tending to my chickens and jiiy garden
snd have cleaned house." IT la a l tu
ple, harmless preparation that reriiove
the catarrhal intA-us friun the inlertln
al tract and allay" the Inflammation
which cause practically all atomach,
liver and Intestrhal ailment. Includ
ing appendicitis One done will cou-Jtea. of Walla Walla, and Mr. and Mrs.
ylnce or money refunded.- Druggist iJu Junes, of Portland,
everywhere. ' " - -- j, . '
lligh Itownmn, aon of Mr. and
Mm. Purl llowman, who 1h a Html out
at I.lnkH DuKlncflM t'olli ice In Portland
came yeatdrday to Kpcnd ThankHglv
Ing and tho week-end In Pendleton.
A number of old high achool football
alura wltnei d t;ie gumo yeaterduy be
tween Pendleton and , 1m Orande.
Among them were Tracey Baker, Olcn
Bcott, (leorne Strand, of Pendleton
and Elmer Btorle of Walla Walla.
B. E. Brackelt, factory reprenenta
tlva for tli to aectlon of the Diamond
Rubbur Co., mukera of Diamond tlrea.
la a bualneaa vlaltor In Pendleton to
day. He will apend today and tomor
row here. M. U Byron, atate repre
Hentatlve for the aame concern, la with
Mr. Bracked. ,
J. D. Zurcher .waa in tho ervlce of
the O. W. it. 4k N. Co., In the legul de
partment, before branching out Into
practice for hlmaelf. He recently
ulectcd Htanfield aa hla field of endea
vor. Mr. Zurcher waa In the city to
day attending to hla legal practice in
the circuit court, '
GUESTS AT DANC'B
Among out-of-town people who were
ffueata at the Elk bull in Pendleton
limt night Included Mr. and Mra.
Jiiniei Ucuullen and Mlaa Belle Mc
tntyre, of Athena, Mr. and Mra. rtoxy
Kate, and Mr. and Mra. Em melt Ea
SELLS ART TREASURES
Ki-U-omxI HH Kcfclldant.
An order wua rr.uilu In circuit court
toduy reloualng loiolhy Jiurthole
mcw um a defendant in the cuhu of the
Inlund Empire Lumber Co., vs. H. E.
ISartholomew et al., on motion of the
DIicmvik Uranletl Two.
Decruea of divorce were entered in
circuit court today In fav'or of iwo
plaintiff!). Tlllle Nolan wua Uivoioil
from George Nolan anil tier former
name of Itlinef ordered reatored her.
Margaret K. Moore waa divorced
from Welcome U. Moore.
Hay (inmcr Awka for Pay.
A. 11. Moore tnduy filed ault in
circuit court againat W. A. Eeatlicra
for f37J.27. which he allege U due
for a carload of hay. The hay woe
purchaned by an agent of tho defend-
unt'a upon contract ut 117.60 . ton
and loaded on a car ut Echo. J. IX
Zurcher represents the plaintiff In
the action.- . ,
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
There is still much to be grateful for. Look
. t these over.
New White Kraut, quart - 15c
New Corn Meal, 9 lb. bag 60c
New Hominy, 9 lb. bag at 65c
New Oats, 9 lb. sack at - 75c
DATES IN BULK, PER POUND, 40c
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb Street
tout, -',, ' 1
.New CoHeH of Ijihh Hi re.
Thirty-two boiind bookx, repre-
Henting 1( aeta of the bewly codified
Oregon la(i arrived toLny from rlie
atate capital to Ik "dlHtrlbuteq by the
county clerk.' The books aiipplunt
the old lord's Oregon laws In three
volumea. Nine Jimticea of tlfe peace
In thla county.'-wro tire holding office j
30 days prior to J'obruary 21, 1919,
Will iturh 1-itrnlvD it mitt nf Ihn 1,inlfu
, a ., Cn..i..i i. .,.. ! i., i, ItiMiticst Grnntetl,
clerk, recorder, sheriff. awcMHor, treas ! An Injunction against Allen Mathea
LONDON "I pever saw such
times as these," remarked Lady
Mllllcent Hawes. formerly the
Duchess of Sutherlaad and recog
nized as one of Enel.ind's most
beautiful women, after her sale
of valuable pictures and house
hold treasure at St. f erf's House,
1'ochanipton, Surrey., Lady Milli
cent is going lo France., sdon
I where ' her husband, f.leut.-Col.
Ucorgl- llawes, is in business.'
A Mother JtrcommciHlutlon
Mrs. Kate Icet, May;iville, Mo.,
rceommniida Chamlierlain's Cough
lt;rriedy as follows: "I gave Chamber
laln'a Cough ltemedy to my children
when they hud croup und whooping
cough and I and my husband have
toih taken It fur colds and coughs and
It has never failed to give the desired
relief. I cannot pralae this medicine
too highly." This remedy contains no
opiate and may be given to a child as
a confidently as to an adult.
Hew arc of a Pon,lhhfil Cold
f When a cild hangs on week uflcr
week or when you contract a fresh cold
before you are over the ' first one,
there Is great danger of some germ
dlxeuse getting a ilart In your system.
Tho average consumptive will tell you
that ".I had a hard cold last winter
that -was followed by a bad cough that
1 have not been able to get rid of," or
something to that.efrect. ' Why take
the chances of such a result when
'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous
for its cures of Rid colds may be had
for a trlflo.
For an Impaired Appetite
Ixiss of appetite always results from
faulty digestion. As a general rule,
all that Is needed Is a few doses ot
Chamberlain's Tablets. They will
strengthen the stomach. Improve the
dlgeMlon and give you a good appetite.
They also cause a gentle movement of
the bowels. . '.' -
When you feel blue und that every
thing goes wrong, take a dose of
Chamber-sin's Tiblets. They will
cleanse, and Invigorate your stomach,
regulate your liver And bowels and
make you feel that this old world Is a
good place to live In.
; FOUMI.lt. KAISF.KIV BETTElt
DOOKN. -Nov. 2. (V. P.) The
fo'rmer kalserln today was able to talk
with her children.
A DIAMOND FOR HER THIS
You know how i he has always cherinhed the
thought that some day the should wear a diamond.
Make her happy with this "supreme gift" this
Christmas. Our name is known aa the firm tha'.
handles only "good diamonds," " - '
And we consider It a pleasure to show you at any
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SI PHONE 703
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urer and school superintendent
also receive s-ts. ' ,
1N3NXV3UJ. SnoaXMflOD MOi 3NIN-0-MflOi 3NOHd
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Lss
DESPAIR & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court . phone 880
We ask vou to compare .these prices with the prices
vou are wmn. We are trying to you the low prices
as we receivethem. We are able i to do this i bv the in
crease in our bus ness as we feel that a small protit ana
aulck sales will make more for us and a big saving for
fa J. R Coffee. Hills Red ;
Can or Gold Shield Cof-'
fee, per pound ,...55c.
Hills Blue Can Coffee, 3
. pounds $1.10 ;
Bulk Coffee, per lb 35c
Bulk Coffee, 3 lb8..i. ..95c
M. J. B. Tree Tea,
per pound 50c
Shillings Tea, per lb 9Sc
Hills Tea, per pound....65c
Boiled Cider, qts., each75c
Sunset Cake Flour 1
2 for ;..:...;.......75c
Mothers Oats package 45c
Rolled Oats, 9 pound
sack, each ........ 75c
9 lb. sack; each .....,..65c
Farina, 9 lb. sack each 85c
White Satin Flour
per sack i $2.75 ,
Olympia Fiour, per
sack, each $2.75
Sugar per hundred. .$11.50
Beans, Cal. small white
. 12 pounds ;.,...$1.00
Beans, pink. Cat., l'
11 pounds ...-:1;.... $1.00
8 pounds $1.00
Rice, fancy head,
6 pounds ,: $1-00
Corn Meal, new yellow or
white, per sack 60c
Prunes,, dried, 40-60 sizes,
per pound ...20c
"Apricots, dried, per lb. 40c
Butter, Gold Crest .
per pound 6ac
Apples, Roman Beauty,
per box $2.25
Tea Garden Syrup,
1 gallon J...: $1-90
Tea Garden Syrup,
1-2 gallon ..: $1.00
liberty Bell Sj-rup ; ..
1-2 gallon $1.00
Light Karo Syrup,
" 1 gallon $1.15
Dark Karo Syrup,
1 gallon, $V00
Syrup, 1 gallon $1.60
Log Cabin Syrup, large
. size $1.65
Log Cabin. Syrup, small
' size 85c
Walnuts, new crop,
3 pounds ........ ....$1.00
Almonds, new crop,
per pound ....40c
per pound o 48c
, per pound ...:..50c
Picnic Hams,. Swifts,.
' per pound . 30c ,
Sago, bulk, 12 lbs $1.00
Tapioca, bulk, 12 lbs $1.00
. Milk, Carnation,
" 7 large cans $1.00
Hebe Milk, 10 large -
We have a delivery
that will deliver your or-
der and collect for it. We
guarantee every article
we send out so if you call
on phone Or come in and
order it will be just the
same as we take care of
our phone orders with the
best we can send.
Give us one trial order..
We dont ask for a month's
trade to convince of a saving.
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
PESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
Stonewall Jax-kxin llelil.
Hheiiff W. it. Taylor today urrcstcd
a negro giving the nurno of Charley
Jones, on suspicion of his being want
ed at Caldwell, Idtiho, for a robbery
Job recently perpotrated at Nampa.
The mun desired is named Htonewall
Jackson, the Idaho authorities said,
and on Jones' person was found a let
ter addressed to Htonewall Jackson.
Authorities learned that he gave his
nume as Jackson to persons who talk
ed to him after his arrival here on a
train from Idaho yestarday. He also
answers closely the description of the
man wanted In Idaho, lie is being
held pending further Investigation.
r,wi,i,l.linir him to dispose 01 nay aim
personal property on land near Echo j
leaked by liim to Mck Johnson, was
filed in circuit court today. The In
junction order wus petitioned, by the
latter in a suit against Mathes filed
on Wednesday. Johnson alleges that
a paper given by him to Muthes at iho
time a contract for tho lease of the
land was drawn up was filed by
filed as a mortgage. He asks that
this document be, decreed null and
void and that no chattel mortgage ex
ists on the hay and personal property
on the land In question. Johnson'B
complaint ulleges that Mathes is of
fering for sale hay on the land which
was raised, cut nnd stacked by John
son. Fee & Fee are attorneys for the
plaintiff and Peterson, Hishop &
Clark for the defendant.
cThanksgivi?g Day Frock.
The City Meat Market
Offer you a big avbg in A NUMBER ONE PRIME EEEF at the following extremely
- z - low price. . ''-.'
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. Boiling Beef - 6c pound
' Pot RoasU :-. 12c pound ....
Cross Rib Roast ........
Prime Rib Roat
Boned and Rolled
Steak 28c lb.
These are away below pre-war.- price and we are doing our level best to reduce the ,
high coet of living for you. Get your share. Come yourself or PHONE 703
City meat market
Around the Corner of Main on Webb.
This charming taffeta frock Is an appropriate cholca for Thanks
tlvlDg Day. The color Is a new shade of brown known aa "Autumn."
The skirt k'wldo. as skirts are going at present, and from waist
to hem .composed )Ot shirred bands, each six Inches wide. Tha
corsage is a bandoau on a bandcau-brassicre foundation, till a aott,
creamy, laco cdgejl batiste, fichu to added,
AUTUl ll GIUFFITlt
(Continued from page 1.) .
seized In recent weeks y'cldid infor
mation ImpltcailnR ninny, who h:id
considered thcmeelxcs inimiint from
Otlicr liTsinrlK-rs Taken
nriiMN, Nov. . A. !'.) Arthut
Crlfflth, founder of tho Sinn Fein, nnd
professor of Jnhn MapNcill. Sinn 1'cln
member of iiarflanirni, to':-thcr w th
It number of others. Including prrfe?.
sor MacNeill's stn, were, arrested today
by auxiliary police.
AnvKcil Whlh- lit
DUBUX,' Nov. .'I!. (A. P.)
statement from Utihlin Castle wild
that Griffith was In bed when arreted
and was taken away In a motor lorry.
It is said a large quantity of literature
was taken from the house. The ar
rests created a greut scnttiim among;
0rk Has Mionil 1aiIoIiii
CORK, Nov, -It,. (C. P.) Two
men were killed and three wounded In
a bomb explosion Ix're tmlay. It was
the second explosion in Cork, this
week. Tho neighborhood where the
explosion occurod has been surround
ed by police in an effort to set a trap
for the perpertrators.
DUBLIN. Nov. M.tU. . Thirty-
nine wer .killed. .and SI Jjilured , , lit
flElitlutr, bombs, and 'itma'abiaatluns lb
Ireland during the last week, it was
annonnced today at Dublin Castle..
The week covered by these statistics
was tho bloodiest since the Sinn Fein
rebellion started. The figurs Include
civilians, police nnd soldiers. During
the same week, US arrests were -.undo.
(Tablets or Granules)
With or without water!
.plaaaent to take.
mads ar scott a bownk
SCOTT'S EMULSION it
p -i n
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Work, city or country by
competent woman and " son, call
1015 F liallnwd.
Flilt RENT i room furnished house
I clooe til Ad'dreW-TS" this ffjlw""
A Record Breaking Sale
All over the store. Each price tells best its own gra
phic story of money saving. Now is your time to buy
good Shoes CHEAP. Perhaps never again will this
chance be offered you to get your choice of high
grade Shoes at your own price. We mean to reduce
the entire stock Nothing reserved. Ij very thing in
the store reduced
. , PLAN TO BE HERE.
The Big Sale Starts
Tomorrow at 9 a.m. at
735 Main Street
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