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DAILY EAS1. OREOONIAfl, pmJTJLEToW, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, 1IOVEI.IESB 20. 1D20.
People Here and Them
.... Sl. (.!.... IT Mnt-uh In til lllrt
JUUUB Viiunv" .......
wfHt end ft Hie county toduy on bine
' Frod BHiin of Helix, wn hero yen
tercW. Mr. llllnn U a iiiercliunt of
Helix and a farmer ulfto.
j.rove 1-W IMlot Itork
Kred Hcnnloii, county uKunt, In In
Pilot Huck toduy In the InluroHli ot
Ills Work.. ', ,
, John A. Hue. nmnuper of the H. W,
CoIIIim Ki'uln office in Walla Wullu, in
in rendition today conferrlinj with
Jtr. CotllnH, f , ; . . ,
W. llollom, MUirliilindent of the
ncond dlvtMlou of the O, W. n. & N.
Villi huudgtiurtcnt In La Grande, Is
here on railroad IiukIiighh today and
hla private car la xtulloned in the lo
cal yards. i :
Wild. PHOTKKT I'ACKKIW PLANS
, WASHINOTO.N, Nov. 30. ti. .)
JCxceptlon to new proposal of Swift
and Armour for (llHnowlim . of. . their
dockyard holdlnKH will be filed In the
Inntrlct of Colurmlu mipr4ine court
late today, Attorney Oenertil. Palmer
announced thin nfternoon.
3547 OREGON TEACHERS
READ WITH UNIVERSITY
RAILWAY LABOR BOARD
. I'MVKUKITy Or' OKKOON, Ku
Mtttie, Nov. -Oil. Teachorn In every
county In On-iron, to the number of
8547, did their profwdonal reuilinK
under the direction of the extenMon
division of the University of Oregon
during the readlnir olrcle yeur Just
cloHed. The numler of teachers that
read education liookH from eiuh
county are an follows:-, Baker, tl
Denton, 68; Cluokuniiw, 18ft; Clutnop,
117; Columbia, 61: 'ooit. 187; Crook,
21; Curry, 34; 1hIiuU'K, 37, Douir
Itw', 188; (illllum, 32; Grant, fid; Har
ney, 24; Hood Hivcr, 65; Jackson,
188: Jefferson, 21 Josephine, IT.
Klamath, 4; Iike. 20; 1-ane. 33;
Unroln, 41: 1.1"". 1! Malheur, 44;
Marten. 6r Morrow. 46; MullBO
mah, 847; I'ylk. 157; Bhermon. if:
Tillamook, h I matilla, 173: l.nlon.
87- Wullowu, 63: Wasco. 69; Wheeler.
17; Yamhill. "': unassigned, 41A
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
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
MAY ADJUST TROUBLES
CIUCAOO, Nor, 30. tu. P.)
Grievances of rail anions which lahor
unions say are being Igimnil by rc
fusul of railroad owners to agree on
Molectlon of adjustment boards, may he
settled hereafter by the United Slates
railway labor board,. It was Indicated
bV a board member today. Under the
I'Hch-Cummlns law, the hoard Ih em
powered to settle any dispute "that In
lis opinion the adjustment board hiu
failed to do."
DROPS DEAD IN COURT
POHTI.ANl), Nov. Jn. (A. P.)
Former Mute Kenutor H. I). Huston of
I'ojrtluijd divppfd deadi in the federal
court-here toilay. He Was once a can
didate for I'nlled Htates senator.
Cruelly GiiiiiimIk for llioiv.
Klsle Helhy today filed suit in clr-
,cult court against Harry G. Helhy.
i seeking divorce. Hhe alleges cruelty
, and churges the defendant with be
jcondnK Intoxicaled and multieutiiiK
j her,. The couple ha ho rhilrfren. J.
It. .Perry represents the plaintiff. .
I XN3WXV3HJL Sn031MnOD MOJ 3NlN-Q-aflOi 3NOHJ $
It cost twelve wheat growers In Hherman county $1.(12 per
bushel to prodtire wheat last year. The cash cost not Including
the farmors time and Interest on Investment waa 4c per bushel.
l-'arm Hurcau New. ,
There is only one HOLT builds it. 1
k . t:
Tin: Ati:ki'IM..h has no i:Qi .i,t
Ask Any Operator r Owner.
Sturgis & Storie
5 i'umujKTom, oui:
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Just the paint for floors
Do you own one of
those comfortable old
homes with' good solid
floors that have always
If so, repaint the
floors this time with
Lowe Brothers IIaud
Drying Floor Paint
made especially for
It is particularly
adapted to the finishing
of kitchen and bedroom
A variety of attractive
colors to choose from
colors that will harmo
nize with your rooms.
IIaud Drying Floor
Paint is an economical
and lasting floor finish.
Easy to use dries hard
Atk to ee f A colon
L. J. McATEE
' 513' Main St.
Mrx. lMiid Is Hern
JI rs J. Dand. formerly of this city,
nuw of Keattlc, Is here for a few days
business visit. Mrs. Dand recently re
tired from Calgary, Canada, where she
has farming interests. Hhe says she Is
well pleased with the results from her
land and that Canada is prosperous.
New Shop 0K'ii
A new shop recently opened in Pen
dleton Is the Cosmopolitan Art 8hop,
on the first floor of the Bowman Build
in. Mrs. Jessie HiesUind Is the pro
prietor and her stock consists of artis
tic wares suitable for gifts. The selec
tion is entirely new and the articles are
Itoll full CoiillnuCH
The lied Cross Doll Call Is continu
ing in Pendleton In an effort to reach
the $3:00 quota ftw-lcnej this city.
Workers aro now checking up on the
campaign and are soliciting member
ships from people who have not al
ready subscribed. Yesterday a canvass
or Oie lius-lncss houses was made, and
ilfoHe who had not already subscribed
I rlemU of Irish Freedom
The newly formod branch of the
Friends of tho lrlnh Republic held Its
second meeting Monday forenoon In
tho K. of C. hall. There was a large
attendance and many new members
were enrolled. The friends Include
men and women of all creeds and
races. A republic meeting will be
held In the near future. The date will
be announced later.
Mothers! Give The Little
Ones Syrup Pepsin
They like Dr. Caldwell's, and it quickly
relieves their constipation
and headaches, - ' i
BEGIN to teach the child regular daily
elimination ai young as possible,
nd much constipation will be avoided
later in lite. The most eonvenient hour
throughout life is immediately upon
arising;. It docs not then interfere with
play, school or work.
When in spite of your efforts a mem
ber of the family becomes constipated,
give Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the
size dose directed on the bottle. It is a
mild, gentle laxative safe for young
babies; effective for grownups. It is the
largest; selling liquid laxative in the
world, and most economical s a sixty
coot bottle will last you many months.
For your Information, Dr. Caldwell's
Syruprepsin is acompound of Egyptian
Senna and other simple laxative herbs
with pepsin and pleasant-tasting pro
matics. Look on it as a good family
friend, useful to relieve constipation
and symptoms like headache, bilious
ness, colds, lever, bad breath, loss of
appetite and sleep, it is no exaggera-
Send me your name and ad
drta and I ivill iend you a free.
trial bottle o my Svruf Penin.
Address me J. W. B. Cald
well, 51? Vailtrngton Street,
Monticello. Illinoii. Er-
tion to say that millions of families are body now and then needs a
Dover without a bottle of Dr. Caldwell s lapanve.and it is well tu know
Syrup Pepsin. It safeguards their health, the best. Write me today.
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CIFTS IN LEATHER
ltet.1 leather the kind that lasts, in bcaulfMI gift
creations for ladies and gentlemen. 1
rtemt-mbert leather fiifts when making out your
TIIK I,AIH-i:sT IrtAMDMl
UIIVI.KK.S IN KASTKltN IJKWiOX
from Whitman college was present and I Miss Bess Andrews of Athena, spent
Save several numbers, while other
students spoko . at the Sunday after
noon meeting. Ttev. (ioorge L. Clark
and llev.3 Jolin H. Se."or, from Pen
dletpn, attended and were on the pro
Mam for Saturday. ltev. George
Weiss, of Freewater, who was in
charge of preliminary arrangements,
-was tyl and Mr. Wood was obliged to
take charge of the sessions. There
er U5 hoys from Freewater, Milton
and nearby communities present and
Freewater homes were opened to the
the past few days visiting with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Andrews.
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Confer-ewe Called Siicceiw
The east end conference ef Older
Hoys, held at Freewater Friday, Sat
urday and Sunday, was quite success
ful. Cash Wood, county y. M. l A.
secretary, said this morning. There
were a niimlwr of excellent speakers In
attendance, he said, and soveral boys
from Walla Walla attended. A student
in every cup of
make it the ideal
drink for those who
want to live well
and sleep well.
Dr. 1. J. York, the Chinese Spe
cialist has spent yenrs In study and
research work, both In China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
Ho uses only curative Chinese
roots and herbs as a means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
ings. These remedies have -been used
for many generations and have
boon rIvpii credit by patients using
Anyone who, may bo suffering
can call to see him.
K. YOltK l lllNUSK MKIMCINE
No. 121 V. I!ow St.
Walla Walla, Wash.
MRS. G. D. MARTIN ,
lU'st Conservatory Methods
I'lano, S tlit Nlnuiiur, Theory,
Harmony soil Composition
12 Louis St.
(East Oregonian Special.)
ECHi, Nov. 30. At the last com
mercial club mectlnj? It was decided to
have another municipal Christmss tree
and entertainment on Christmas eve In
the city hall. The committee appoint
ed for general arrangements and pro
gram was 11. V. Drew. W. V. Essel
styn. Joseph Cunha Jr., R. T. Johnson.
H. K. Willis, Joel Davis, F. J. Irvine
and Georgo Mitchell.
Miss Helen Harrington spent
Thanksgiving in linker with Tier broth
er and Miss Lela Cushman.
A. H. May Is here from Ivt Grande
where he is employed with the high
way men. He spent Thanksgiving
here with his wife.
Mrs. W. H. Crary and "daughler.
Nan, spent Thanksgiving with friends
C. H. Esselstyn, of Lexington, spent
the week-end in Echo at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duscnberry ot
Gervais. Oregon, are the proud parents
of a Utile daughter. Mrs. Dusenberry
was Miss Clara Hipper, a former Echo
Miss Clydie Hale, of the local phone
office, was a Pendleton business vis
Grant Buchanan of Butter creek,
was here on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Teel welcomed
a little son to their home on Wednes
day. Nov. 24.
Mr. find Mrs. Manuel Tedro and
children spent Saturday in l'endieton.
Miss Gladys Wold left Wednesday
evening for Portland to spend Thanks
giving wilh her parents. Sho will re
turn to Echo today.
J. P. Rethlefsen, a highly respected
and honored citizen of Echo, celebrat
ed his 9lst birthday on Saturday, Nov.
27, at the home ot his daughter Mrs.
J. Frank Spinning.
Mrs, Nell Chisholm, Mary Douglas
Chisholm and Miss Nell Savely, who
spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Savely un Butter creek.
returned to their home in Pendleton,
Miss Clara Auclair was a Hermiston
visitor the first of the week.
Ctms. Thornon, W. J. Waltenhurg-
er, Hert Stlllwell, Orln Halstead, Mr.
and Mrs. T .O. Smith and Mr. und Mrs.
J McCoy were Pendleton visitors
early in the week.
Mrs. Lottie Peebler and William A.
Sprowls, two well known residents of
I-X-ho. were united In marriage by Rev.
O. I Clark of Pendleton last Wednes
day at 11:30 a .m. The ceremony was
performed at the Presbyterian parson
age. The newly married couple will
reside at Westlawn. They are wished
much happiness by their many friends.
Miss Maxlne Slanfteld who Is at
tending St. Paul s Academy in Walla
Walla returned home Sunday after
visiting here with her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Ii. B. Stanfield.
Mrs. J. Frank Wallen spent Thanks
giving in Pendleton.
Mrs. M. Hewitt will assist at the
George and Miller Co., store ' during
Mrs. M. B. Esselstyn of The Dalles
bus been visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Wattenburger, for the
past week. Mr Ewscltyn arrived here
Sundayi to vllt until Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Chisholm and
Mr. and Mrs. George Wachtel and
daughter, Ellen, visited here and on
Butter creek from l'endieton, Wednes
day and Thursday.
Will Howard was here from Butter
The get-together nieeting given In
the cliy hall Thursday evening by the
Red Cross was a great success, both
socially and financially. Mrs. Edward
Liesogang received the highest num
ber of votes for the most popular lady.
Mus,tc for the dance was furnished by
the Echo orchestra.
Mrs. E. U Wolff and daughter, Ha
zel returned Saturday from Avon, Ida
ho where they had been visiting a
short time with relatives.
Mrs. R. It. Iwis was here from
Butler ereek Saturday.
Mr. and Mis. C. P. Adams of Her
miston, spent Thnnksglvlg at tho home
of Mrs. Adams" sister, Mrs. J. V. Cop
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
LULU CHL3 1 U U 1 1 tK
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 f.$1.30
Mothers Oats, package,
9 pound Farina, each..85c
9 pound graham, each 63c
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 tu'v
tage of every drop in t .
market. We are able to
do this by our increasing
business which we 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
heavy, even at the new
White Satin, per
Olympia Flour, per
Snow Drift Hour, per
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
Pav Cash deceive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court . . . Phone 880
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THOUGH ycu have no person
in your home who plays or
sings, you will rot be denied the pleas
ure of hearing the voices or instru
ment's you lik? best when you possess
the Stradivara, for in it you acquire
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' You have before you any of die world's great players
Piano, violin, cello, flute, stringed orchestra,-tenor,
soprano, baritone voices or chorus, are produced by the
Stradivara in all the sweet tone-naturalness of die original.
The Stradivara Sound Board
, , is Essential to Tone
The thin edge-grained spruce Sound Board extending the
full width and dehih of the cabinet h.is been found essential in
the production of mellow, Cat)', musical tunes. It is a patented
feature of the Stradivara.
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