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DAILY EAST OMGONIAN, PENlDLEtOH, OMCWti- T7SMTECDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1920.
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People Here and There
'J. C. Hurko, nf Athena Im transacting
business In Pendleton loduy.
W. IT. klrkpalrlok Iiiih returned to
Pundlutou lifter a visit In Portlund.
O, 1' Goodnight, fanner from Echo,
Is u biiulnvHH visitor In Pendleton today.
Curl Cooley, manager of Alexanders,
arrived liume yoaloi-duy from a visit
If. A. Adams of Uakoi
la a I'ondlc-
M. 6. MoKdin
a SllOjt visit.
ol I loll x Is Ik i i; foi
Jack ' Htanflold, of Kcho, who in a
freshman ut tlio University nf Wash
IiikIuii.' Soulllo, wan in Pendleton lust.
John A. Murray, manager for the
Pacific Telephone & Telogruph Co.
here, left on No. 24 (lilt morning for
l.u Orunrte where he went (o confer
with the munatfer In that city today,
Thoy Bro wearing derby hats In
Poitlnnd a.tnln, Jhn M. Dolph, well
kniKvii meal fanner, said today, lie
returned from a visit to hlM former
home on No. 24 thin morning with a
del by a- u part of hln stock In trader
Charles I.ee of Portland, him return;
ed to the metropolis after spending the
ChrlHtniaB holidays here visiting with
hie uncle, W. D. Humphrey. He I the
on f Mrs. Fsnnle Lee, who Is 11 at
Ht. AnUiony's hospltul.
About J5 percent of the 14,000.000
bushel wheat crop of Whitman county.
Wash., has been sold. In the estimate
of C. F. Schnonmaker, of 1ji Crosse,
who in here on business The farmers
In that wheat belt lire determined now
' ' -'rl their crop until the spring
whon they believe that luck of surplus i
... ..us country will bring the price of
wheat back to a hliiher level. Mr.
Hehoonmaker ' Is optimistic over the
outlook and looks for better condi
tion,, -vlihln the next month or two. I
It, 11, Doak, who has vbeen a ranch
worker near Pilot Hock, Is In the city
Mr. and Mrs. A. Patterson of Pnr
luiiiK'on, Wash., have beep upending
a few days In I'endleton being guests
ut the Hotel liowmun.
Pat Umorgun, llko Dan Bmylhe, Is
one Pendleton Individual who doesn't
worry about woatheit conditions. His
favorite poem kocs like this; "As a
rule, man's u foul. When It's hot he
wants it cool. When It's cool he wants
It hot. Always wanting1 what is not. 1
maintain, as a rule, man's a fool.' Hot
weather suits Put fine, for ho can sell
more Ice. Cold weather Iff equally sat
isfactory, for he can sell more coal. In
other words, his business is one that
catches customer going and coming.
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Wullflf Hotkln of
vti.ltor In the city.
llcimlstoii Is a
H. If. lliiulerimui of Pilot Itock Is a
guest at tlio Hotel HI. George.
IN COURT AGAIN
Harvey Hoolier uud Harry K. Kel
ler of Athenu arc visitors In town to
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It. A. Ilottchcr, deputy supcrvlso!
of the I'mntillu forest Is an a, liiinling
trip to the west end of the county.
Fred llennlon, county, agriculture
agent and Professor Hyslop of O. A.
are ut Pilot Hock today for the fi
nal session of the' grain and forage
school there. Today' program Is be
ing devoted to fofago crops while yes
terday the discussion was on the sub
ject of a stundurd variety of grain for
that region and seed treatment. On
Monday the two men were ut Weston
and I'mnpino for farmers meetings.
As an outcome of a potato growers
meeting In Weston Monday, forenoon
committee Is to be named by Him
Culley, chairman, to Investigate the
cost of a potato warehouse for the
benefit of mountain potato growers.
Nhould such a warehouse be secured
it Is the Intention to make the move
Include arrangements for a selling
T. H. Banfield. of Parker & Hsu
field, contractors. Is in Pendleton to
day on business. Ho came up from
Portland on No. 24 last night and stop
ped off at Echo this morning to in
ipect progress on the new Hunk of
Echo building which is being built by
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Memories of tho time many years
ago when a company of Umatilla conn.
ty volunteers went south to fight the
invading liannoek Indians and engag
ed them In a fight at Willow Hnriniis.
I'ouih of Pilot Itock. arc recalled bv
'he death of Ir. W. W. Ogleshy at Cot
tage ;rove. t)r. Ogleshy was a mem
ber of the company and at that time
was a tiracticising physician at Wes
ton. The company was nommanded by
John Hporry, then sheriff of the coun
ty. . Among others in the company
were tlio late Hen Ogk. and William
fclakeley of this city. At the time
of his death' Dr. Ogleshy was Kg years
of age. He had been a physician t
Cottafge (trove for 30 years. He cross
ed the plains in 1S5.J, driving, so of
team from Missouri to Oregon, when a
boy of 16 years old. Dr. Ogleshy was
-twice married, his first wife being Miss
sarah Jane Morrison. One daughter
was born to this union, Th mother
died In Corvallls. Ho married in 1872
her sister, Mil's Nancy Morrison, who,
with the daughter, Mrs. J. P. Craham,
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
5 JANUARY 1st
is a good time to make a start toward more eco
We suggest starting an account at this store
where economy is a watchword. We carry ac
ta counts for thirtv davs onlv. merelv as accom-
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modation to our customers. This offers you by
our system v o
1 A statement with each purchase of your
entire balance. , 5
2 An accurate account of your monthly gro- w
eery expenditures. 2
3 Delivery to your house without having to
be home to pay the'deliveryman. n
This service does not amount to over one per- Pj
cent on your monthly account - . 3
Figure your monthly bill, then figure one per
cent of that and see if the service is worth that
1131 W. Webb
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
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Name "Dayer" on Genuine
Warning! f'nlehs yoil see tho name
"Payer" on package or on tablets you
:irc not getting genuine Axpirln pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
Sears and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Hayer
Package for Colds, Headache, neural
gia, Itheumatii-m, Earachn, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Payer Tablets of Asp
irin cont few cents. Druggists also se'l
larger packages. Aspirin Is the trade
matk of Hover Manufacture of Mono-
ceilcacidCBler of Sallcjllcacld.
Because In buying jewelry it is.. best, to
trade with the old established firm (since,
1887) the years established nhow that the
firrrrmust be founded solidly.
Beciiime We buy for cash and effect every
powiible Having to pass n to you.
Because Being the largest store in Pendle
ton, our assortment is larger and the stock
more completely representative of the best
Because Our prices are lower than usual.
Our policy of one 'price and that price in
plain figures allewa you to mane compari
E.VEX.YH NtSBIT CLIFFORD
Evelyn Ncrd t Thaw CiifforS t
In the limelight again She Is
brother in Wjt S de con.-t. New
York. Sho charced him wltl un
lawfully withholding $350 due
licr on a diamond ring loan. She
ahl she needed the money !o visit
I her on. Russell, who is living
iwltn lier tnolbef in Pltt;;bilrs.
l-'urhinaii Decree Signed
A decree of divorce In the case of
William Fuhrman was signed by Cir
cuit Judge O. W. Phelps this morning.
III Hcturii o t'uldwcll
Horn M. Caldwell, detained by the
sheriff here yesterday on telegraphic
request from Caldwell. Idaho, will
leave tor that city tonight accompan
ied by her father who is here today.
She was at liberty on her own recog
nizance today and has expressed a wil
lingness to return to the Idaho city
without official action to contest the
charges placed against her.-
GLIDES OUT OF ASM -- - -
A8TOIUA, Dec. 2.At Jt:J ves
terd.ty, the big Piiii h Kleuiner Oic i
backed away from Pier 1 of the port
terminal und headed for sea wilh
Captain John C. Heed on hoard as pilot
and crossed out about 1:3U in the
The Orca Is en route to Havre
CHICAGO. Dec. 29. (A. P.)
I'orty feet underground Chicago has
one of the most unique subway sys
tems in the world. Isevoted entirely
to the hauling of fre'ght. It keeps the
congested loop district comparative
ly free of heavy traffic vehicles. Of
ficials of the tunnel company esti
mate more than 6.000 trucks would
Lbave to pass through loop streets dai
ly to duplies.' the work done by the
Over 62 miles of narrow gauge
track, 133-electric locomotives and
3.Utio Height cars hauled 6.000,000
tons of merchandise and 230,000 tons
of coal last year.
Freight Via Subway.
Kcores of downtow'n office build
ings and stores receive their freight
direct from the railroad depots via
the subway. Their coal comes by
the same route, and at night the ashes
are hauled away through the under
ground tunnels, to be dumped on the
great new r icki Museum, at
the south end of Giant Park, is built,
was a few years ago a part of the
lake. Tho tunnel company filled It
in with a-slies.
Another unusual service Is the re
moval of dirt from building ccava
Uoiik. A shaft is sunk from the bni'.l
ing site to the tunnel level under the
street. Workmen with wheel barrow
dump the dirt down the shaft, where
it falls into care of a waiting train
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The Largest iamond Dealers in Eastern
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Masquerade . Ball
DECEMBER 30, 1920
LIBERTY HALL ' '
Music by Earl's Original Jazz Jugglers '
Tickets on sale at The Cosy, The Delta, Eco
nomy Drug and Pendleton Drug.
Sales limited to capacity of hall.
Dancing 9:30 to 1:00 A. M.
Extra Lady 23c Hi
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
Prices may be coining down, but you will never find
them lower than at this cash grocery.
When you consider our low rent, no bookkeeping, no
bad or lost accounts and our rapidly changing stock you
can readily see the solution of a saving from 10 to 25 per
Our stock movtcs rapidly and enables us to buy the mo
ment prices break. ,
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court , phone 880
SK-cler I'a.vs Heavily.
i-ncg Altlrten, of Walla Walla, was
fined 25 and $10 costs by Justice of
the J'eace T. A. Ucuallen at Adams
this morning on a charge of speeding.
He was arrested last night by Traffic
Officer William H. Lyduy. Aldrlch In
sisted on a triul and two witnesses
were taken to Adams by tho officer.
The heavy fine was the result of the
added trouble of a trial, the istice ex
Max Crandali, accountant, of the
firm of Crandali & Huberts, of Port
land, arrived here today to begin
auditing the books of the sheriff's of
fice. He mill make a complete check
of the accounts in time to turn over
the books to the incoming sheriff,
.oeth Houser, on next Monday. The
hooks have been put In shape by A. C.
Funk, for 17 years tax deputy, who re
tiree January 1 to enter business In this
th one of the largest and
most valuable cargoes of wheat which 'to he hauled to the lake front disposal
ever leu a t'acifie coast port. .she
carries. 12.000 tons or m.OOO bush
eis oi wheat, valued at (MiS,i(m. of
her cargo. 336. 0 bushels consist m
HciiMiH I'ays $200 Ilia- ,
John Ihio llenson, Kentucky moon
shiner, who was arrested yesterday
near Milton In a raid conducted by the
sheriff and three deputies was fined
$200 lalcr In the afternoon in Justice
B. B. Ulchnrds' court at Athena. The
man produced the money from hta
sick, according to the officers. The
l Ig copper retort which he used In dis
tilling his liquor, was brought to the
sheriff's office tobe added to the col
Man t'hnrgr-s Cruelty
Harry V. Irelnnd today brought suit
for divorce against Daisy Jt. Ireland,
charging her with cruelty. He alleges
that she bus attacked him with catch
up hollies mid chairs and otherwise
made his life unpleasant. The couple
has one son. aged 6, whom the plaintiff
is willing that the defendant shall
have. Ho, agrees to provide $25 a
month toward the child's care. Peter
son, Itlshop & Clark represent the
hulk and 112,000 bushels of sucked
wheat. In nddltinn to her cargo, the
big craft took on here approximately
5000 tons of coal, water and stores.
The steamer as she left her dock
drew 25 feet of water and still she
glided on her way to sea, like a yacht
and crossed out without a hitch.
The Coining and going of the Orca
marks an epoch in the shipping of
the 1'acific northwest as she is the
largest cargo carrier which ever vis
ited the-Pacific coast. In fuct there
are but two cargo carriers in the
world larger than she. They are the
hito Star steamer Hcigic, whlcj
lilies between Liverpool and New York,
and the White f-!ar steamer Cemmic,
in the Jxmdon-Australip.n trade.
The monster rrnft arrived here on
December 10, lioing brought In by
pilot rted during the height of a
terrific gale. Nearly a week was re
quired to line the vessel, over Kiii,
000 feet of lumber being used f"r that
purposn and notwithstanding (he un
favorable weather conditions and the
further fact 'that the steamer was not
arranged for cargo handling having
been designed for a passenger steamer.
Captain F. M. Sweet of the Astoria
stevedoring company, succeeded in
loading her Inside of in days,, a dis
patch which she could have received
at few ports in the world. Arriving
and departing as well its during her
movements inside the- harbor, the
steamer was handled by Captain Reed.
During her stay in Astoria, the Orca
disbursed approximately $ti0,otift for
labor and supplies.
i:icvleirs Lift Cars.
For handling merchandise, coal
and ashes, electric elevators lift the
subway cars from the tunnel level to
stores and office buildings where they
are emptied and refilled, und then
lowered aguin to the tracks below.
.The subway tracks underlay every
street in the loop district, covering a
district 22 blocks long and nine
blocks wide, and in addition the net
work of tunnels extends north under
tlio river lo the warehouse and rail
road district along North Water
stnect, and west of the south branch
of the river for six blocks through
the railroad and factory district of
the near west side.
Four main receiving stations out
side of the loop gather incoming
merchandise for delivery to down
town buildings, and distribute outgo
ing packages for truck hauls to other
parts of the city.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
Men's heavy double sole black blu., water proof
welt, dry sox style, the best shoes made for
out door wear, special price .......... $10.00
Men's brown and black blu. round toe, all lea
ther, special . ; 1 1 $7.43
Boys' High Cuts, just the 'thing for this cold,
wet weather, all solid leather at 5.00 and $5.50
Girls' Rain-R-Shine lace shoes in black and
brown calfskin, unllned, oak leather sole and
Goodyear welt, can't be beat at $5.00
Pendleton's Popular Priced Shoe Store.
735 Mam St.
To endeavor tc bring about the
pasfiKo of n -nin un wage laws Miss
Jeannc't lUnkin, who was the first
wottian tcpii-sen ntive In Congress, Is
now making a tour of the country.
BOOTBLACK CHARGES 15
CENTS, GETS BLACK EYE
NKW YOUK, Pec. 2H. -A. I'.) A
bootblack who attempted to charge 15
cents for a shine here yesterday ap
peared later in Tombs court with it
black eye. Giovanni P.liosi. who
wields a flannel rag and a stiff brush
in a Greenwich street shop, testified
agaln.-t Harry Wolfe, a. salesman. '
"He bit me like this," muttered
Giovanni, making a sweeping gesture
with his arm.
"He charged mo 15 cents i.r a
shine. That disconcerted me." testi
The court looked at Wolfe's boils,
then nt liliosi's mar.ed visage.
duct," said the court to Wolfe. "Put
15 cents Is pretty steep. Sentence
r And 'In the Meantime
Junk .Man May iet Stills
An auction1' of copper stills to the
highest bidding Junk man is likely to
he held by the sheriff's office when tho
change In administration takes place,
sajs rumor at tho court house. Un
der Sheriff Taylor this year about n
inxen plants have been raided and
there are several hundred pounds of
r.itpper retorts and coils which will
help reimburse the county for lis trou
ble in running down illicit liquor man
Old Complaints Sorted
The county clerk is sorting old com
plaints In circuit court which hnve
t never come to trial or to a conclusion
In that court. There aro about 116
complaints, some of "which date back
to the days of the Spanish American
war. Most of those found, however,
are of 107 or later, as County Clerk
K, T. Ilrown, when ho first became a
deputy clerk In lo". made tho last
clean-up of old and abandoned cases.
As soon as the coses are listed, they
will lie taken before Judge G. W.
Phelps when he calls his docket ifnd
It Is expected that orders of dismissal
will bo officially entered on all those
which are not to be further prosecuted.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFT
VjNTIil '"till "' p'ium-hI house
wi rk Phone 63,ij
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and have us tell you the price of quality Grocer
ies. The prices are always low at
Jim Beard's Cash Store
300 West Webb St.
Just a Yhispcr Off Main St.
C. O. D. Orders a Specialty.' !
PAY CASH BE HAPPY
Men's army last work shoes .v $5.85
Officers dress shoes, were $8.00, now. ... $7.00
Men's 10-in. Hi Cut shoes $9.85
Regulation army russet shoes $9.00
Corned Beef, reg. 50c can, now 36c
Roast Beef, reg. 45c can, now . 35c'
Corned Beef Hash, reg. 30c 22c
0. D. Army Blankets, new $7.00
0. D. Army Blankets, reel $5.00
"GET IT AT THE ARMY STORE"
ARMY AND NAVY SALES CO.'
546 Main St
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