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DAILY EAST OEEGOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1920.
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People Here and There
Emll Deck, tailor, waa a homecom
ing- passenger rroro I'ortlanU today
on no. 24.
k. ju Bmith left on Sunday for
J'ortland whero ha will upend a few
lny on business,
T.M. flchannep, county judKO-alect,
Js In Pendleton todny from his home
t mot Hook.
Dnn Kmythe, wool and sheep man,
returned this morning from a week
end business trip to the metropolis
n. W. Fletcher, of The People
warehouse, left Hunday on No. 17
for a business trip to Portland. H
plana to return Tueaduy or Wednesday
of thla week.
; . Carl Pederaen, who farm north
west of Pendleton, returned on No. 24
thla morning from Portland and Asto
ria, Mr. Pederaen apent Thanksgiv
ing day with relative In Atorla.
Parent of Son
Mr. and Mm. Flint Johns of Athena
are receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a aim born In Pendleton lust
evening nt lira. Xlccolla maternity
home. The hoy weighs nine and one
nan pounnn and has been
PARIS, Nov. 29. (U. P.) A plan
to have former Premier Venlzelos re
aurne office In event King Constant Ine
returns to, the throne, la mentioned In
newapupera here aa a possible British
solution of the Green problem. Should
the Greek plebiscite favor prince
George, no opposition will he shown
by the allies, it was predicted.
ThlS city and the vicinity were Jarred
oy an earthquake Bundny morning
after t o'clock. Hood River, Hpokane
and Seattle, It Is reported, felt the
shock. It wna lighter than the shock
felt about a month ago.
CATTI.rc MARKET inUirTCR.
PORTLAND, Nov. 29. (A. P.)
Cattle are higher today . at $8.75
19.26; hoga are higher at $12i( l:.Tf;
sheep are weak; eggs are lower, buy
Ing price 6BW87 cents; selling prlre
named candled, 700 72 cents and selects, 72
ft 7 4 rents. Rutter Is steady.
PHONE FOUR-Q.NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
OFRCES AND OFFICERS
Grand Jury Called. ,
The circuit court grand Jury has
been called to meet two weeks hence,
on December 13, to dispone of canes
now In the county Jail and to complete
the Investigation of the alleged third
degree methods used on prisoners In
the Taylor murder case. The same
seven men will be obliged to meet for
th fourth time since April,
Stonewall Jackson Admits Guilt.
Charles Jones, alias Stonewall Jack
son, colored, held by the sheriff here
on suspicion of being wanted for a
robbery at Uampa,, left for Caldwell
Sunday morning In' custody of Hugh
Nlckles, a deputy sheriff from the
Idaho, city. Jackson admitted his
identity and his guilt when confronted
by the officer. Nlckles was sent to
Identify the man. whom he knew.
doesn't always mean the greatest bulk per dol
lar, there's the matter of Quality to consider.
Remember we deal in good goods.
MONDAY THRIFT BUYS
Best Hams, per lb 48c
Picnic Hams, per lb 28c
Coffee, per lb. .. 30c
Cocoa in bulk, per lb 30c
New Corn Meal, Hominy, Kraut, Dates, Figs
and Fresh Vegetables.
...We Stand for True Economy.
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb Street
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Three liocnMM lamed.
Licenses were lasued late Saturday
to three couples, two nt whom were
married on Sunday and a third will be
married on Wednesday. John E. Ktock
llo and Sylvia C. Bannister of Athena,
were licensed to marry In that city
Sunday. Oncnr Cutler, of Athena, and
Iva Black, of Pendleton, were licensed
to wed here on Sunday. Lester ' &
Ilascall, of Pilot Rock, and lata Lou
ise Fletcher, of Pine Grove, were li
censed to wed at Pine Grove on Wed
'J A , Miieir ju-cWMhliHiaiiofni;
Mrs. Kate Deeta, Mayavilla, . Mo.,
recommends Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as follows; "I gave Chamber
lain' Cough Remedy to my children
when they had croup and whooping
cough and I and my husband have
both taken It for colds and coughs and
it haa never failed to give the desired
relief. I cannot praise this medicine
too highly." This remedy contains no
opiate and may be given to a child aa
a confidently as to an adult. '
Beware of a PcmlHtent Cold
When a cold hangs on week after
week or when you contract a fresh cold
before you are over the first one,
thera la great danger of some germ
disease getting a start in your system.
The average consumptive will tell you
that "I had a hard cold last winter
that was followed by a bad cough that
I have not been able to get rid of," or
something to that effect. Why take
the chances of such a result when
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy, famous
for its cures of bad colds may be had
for a trifle.
I 'or an Impaired Appetite
Loss of appetite always results from
faulty digestion. Aa a. general rule,
all that is needed is a few doses or
Chamberlain's Tablets. They , will
strengthen the stomach, improve the
digestion and give you a good appetite,
They also cause a gentle movement of
the bowels. ' )
When you feel blue and that every
thing goes wrong, take a dose of
Chamberlain's Tablets. 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.
Name "Bayer", on Genuine
Take aspirin, only aa told in each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin.. Then you wlll be following
the directions and dosage worked out
by physicians during 21 "years, and
proved safe by millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If you see
the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds,
Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for
I'aln. Handy tin boxes of twelve tab
lta cost few cents. Druggists also sell
larger, packages; Aspirin ia the trade
mark of Bayer manufacture of Mono
aceticacidester of Snlicylicacid, .
Case Probably Settled. j
The case of Dan and Olive Lee vs.
O. T. Lathrop was called for trial In
circuit court this morning but after a
conference between the attorneys, last
ing more than an hour, parties to the
suit exhibited an inclination to settle
the matter out of court. The case waa
adjourned until 1:30 this afternoon
when the principals again assembled
in the court room, to effect, If pos
sible a settlement without submitting
the case. Peterson, Bishop A Clak
.ire representing the plaintiffs and
James A. Fee and C. H. Carter the defendants.
End of Disastrous Season at
University of 'Washington
Doubtless Means Coach Al
lison Will Give Way in 1921.
Going Like Wild-Fire
At Unheard of Low Prices
IS BEING SLAUGHTERED WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE
This fTeat sale is giving; the people the chance of a lifetime to buy good depend
able merchandise at record breaking low prices. An opportunity to get two pair of
shoes almost for the price of one. The Bargain Bella of Opportunity are Ringing.
Answer their call. Buy for now buy for the futureand whatever else you do,
take advantage of the greatest selling drive ever conducted under the sunny skies
of Eastern Oregon. ' ' '
Pair of Staoes
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday every tenth customer will receive
the amount of his or her purchase whatever that amount may be. Thus you
every tenth purchaser will get their shoes for absolutely nothing.
ATTEND THE BIG SALE NOW IN FULL BLAST AT
1 he Boote:
735 Main Street II
(tHHii iim i in hi i ii ! i h
The score of east and west football
wins for the 19J0 season is now even
up, Washington State Coltege having
proved superior to Nebraska and Dart
mouth having conquered the University
of Washington. While the New Hamp
shire eleven scored a mora decisive
win over their western adversaries.
the relative strength of the teams was
hardly 28 to ".
Washington State won from Nebras
ka on straight football and Washing
ton lost to Dartmouth on forwara
passes. Three touchdown, or trie dif
ference In the final acore, at Seattle,
were registered by the forward pass
route. Dartmouth put over one count
on straight football.
It was no championship team that
Dartmouth defeated, for Washington
has won but one game during the
present season, that from Whitman
college. Montana, Oregon Aggies.
Stanford and Oregon took their turn at
defeating the Sun Dodgers. In the
three last named games Washington
never scored. The score against Dart
mouth resulted from a punt which
Abel blocked, scooped up and ran to
looked Offen-ilvp Power '
The showing of Washington during
tho past season is expected to result
In the hiring of a new coach for 1921.
Leonard Allison, to all appearances.
was not heavy' enough for the Job. A
wealth of Rood material was on hand
all year and the line showed remark
able defensive qualities all season. No
scoring power wa9 driven into the
Porno of the old timers sish for the
days of Dobie when scores were reeled
off In virtually every game, regardless
of opponents. Since the Scot was let.
out in 1916, Washington has had an
up nnd down career. The mistake
which Washington made when Dobie
wont was to change systems.
Even Dobie, this yeor, got his bumps
His Cornell team lost to Dartmouth
ond Pennsylvania smeared the Itha
cans. Several other teams took their
whack nt Cornell. It is more thnn
likely that not Dobie hut material, was
responsible for the showing.
Klinrr Henderson Mentioned
Elmer Henderson, coach at Univer
sity of Southern California, Is men
tioned as a nofibl' Washington men
tor. He piloted Broadway high, Seat
tle, through seven seasons without a
defeat hefore becoming navy athletic
director at Seattle and then coach nt
IT. a C. Enoch Bagshaw. of Everett,
who is mentioned every' time a change
Is considered at Washington, would
also look well handling the Sun Dodg
ers. It Is almost certain a new man
will coach at Seattle next fall.
Hackers of Oregon'a two teams were
hr.t at times this season to want
tha soalns of Dick Rutherford and
Shv Hiintin'irton. but both won their
spurs In a couple of good games reeled
off by their men. The Aggie coach
put himself in strong In the Oregon
tame and Shy, in the Washington
game showed what ho could do with
a football team.
Schedules, coaches and other gos
sip of the conference, will be heard
prominently next Monday when the
coast conference convenes at San
Francisco. The admission of V. S. C.
is one of the problems to come up.
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Here is a Happy Gift
Mesh Bags You will find
the ' most fashionable
young ladies carrying
mesh bags because the
distinctive style and ex
quisite charm of these
beautiful bags particular
ly appeal to their fastidi
THE LARGEST DIAMOND DEALERS IN EASTERN OREGON
COFFEE TAKES BACK ITS
PIONEER 5 CENT PRICE
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29. XX. PS
Lunch counters announced today tnai
coffee will retail at five cents, instead
of 10, and pork and beans, at 10, in
stead of 15 cents.
Pleasant whv to
EVERYONE in the family can
rely on Dr. King's New Dis
covery, th Standard remedy
for the last fifty years, to break
op coughs, grippe sod stubborn
colds. No harmful drugs. At
your druggists, COe and $1.20. .
Ibr colds sndczzs
Sallow Skin Not Pretty
Constipation destroys the complexion
making it yellow and ujijr. Keep the
bowels at work cleaning otit the system
daily by using Dr. King's Pilb. Tbey
do the work thoroughly and geotiy.
Buy s bottle today, 25 cents.
Just the paint for floors
Do you own one of
those comfortable old
homes with good solid
floors that have always
been painted? "
If so, repaint the
floors this time with
Lowe Brothers Hard
Drying Floos Papst
made especially for
It is particularly
' '." A$k to see the colon
adapted to the finishing
of kitchen and bedroom
A variety of attractive
colors to choose from
nize with your rooms.
- Hard Drying Floor
Paint is an economical
and lasting floor finish.
Easy to use dries hard
and firm. . ?"
L. J. McATEE
513 Main St
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
DODGE FOR SALE or trade on Ford
no reasonable offer refused IIS
E. Bluff St.
LOST Pnnch of keys en Main St.
Rewurd Return to this offict,
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court ' Phone 880
GOLD CHEST BUTTER
We guarantee every roll
of this butter to be the
very best. It is .an all
sweet cream butter and of
the highest quality made.
Per one pound 65c
Per two pounds $1.30
Mothers Oats, package,
-each .V. 45c
9 pound Farina, each..85c
9 pound graham, each 65c
Cream of Wheat, 3' for $1
Shred Wheat, 2 for....35c
Puffed Rice, 2 for 35c
Puffed Wheat, each....l5c
Grape Nuts, 2 for 35c
Rals. Bran, 2 for 45c
Pettyjohn Oats each..25c
Pancake Flour, Olympic.
" 3 for .....$1.00
Small white soup beans,
the very best Our price
12 pounds for $1.00
Although we are not ad
vising our customers to
buy sugar at present but
we are able to quote you a
very good price.
Per hundred ;:..$11.50
8 pounds $1.00
DOWN PRICES GO
We are trying . to give
our customers the advan
tage of every drop in the
market: Wre are' able to
do this by our increasing
business which ve are sat
isfied -with a small profit
and quick sales. This pol
icy has doubled our busi
ness in six months. Help
us save you more.
When you talk about
good bread, just try the
New Harvest Loaf that we
handle. Try a loaf of this
bread and you will find
out that there is no need of
handling Portland bread
in Pendleton. This bread
is guaranteed to you or
your money back "if no'
We have our new stock
.corn meal, either yellow
or white, in 9 pound sacks.
Per sack , .....60c
The market on wheat
has brought, flour down
some. We are not advis
ing you to stock up too
hea even at the new
price. . .. , ,
White Satin, per
Olympia Flour, per
sack ..: $2.75
Snow Drift Flour, per
sack .-. $2.65
. WALNUTS AND
We have the new crop
and are glad to quote .a
Walnuts, per pound. ...35c
3 pounds for $1.00
Almonds, per pound. ...40c
3 pounds for $1.10
Pay Cash Receive More Par Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
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