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People Here and There
Dan Smytho, atirp and wool man,
arrived thmls morning from Portland
where he hn been on buitineiui.
, Dan Clark, livestock agent for the
f. W. n, & X. Co., arrived n Venule.
ton on (" 24 thkft morning on bualneHu
for ih eompany. , '-tjf .
J, Jf. Morrlii, local freight ugent for
the Northern Pacific railroad, left lam
night for Portland on a btmineNa trip
of two daya duration. "
Arthur Warren, Jr., left yesterday
(or hU homu In Portland after spend
ing the holidays at the home of his
sister, Mrs. H. lireding.
It was kept behind nailed doors. De
cided that lie could not- find his car
before Hunday, Mr. Ferguson tele
phoned home that he would spend the
night In lieppner. Then the car was
"found." . i.
John Anderson, ' manager of the
Tum-a-Dum Lumber Co.'s yard at He
lix, came In to Pondleton this morning
C. E. Prestbye, law partner of Ho
mer I. Watts, at Athena, Is a business
visitor In Pendleton today. , He Is a
former college basketball star.
George Ferguson, of the men's de
partment. Peoples WarehouHe. ex;
perienced all the thrills of losing Ills
auto by theft, at lieppner on Satur
day. He found It, however, unharm
ed, after he had called up Mrs. Fergu
son to tell her that he , would not
come back to Pendleton until the fol
lowing day. It seems that he took his
machine on the trip to Heppner for
the dedication of the new lOlks home
there. He was preparing to come
home on Hat unlay evening but his
pnssengers. Dr. II. M. Hunavan,
Claude Miles and John Hamley, did
not feel so Inclined; 8o the Ferguson
csr was "stolen." Friends were per
tuuded to drive the machine to a ga
rage about a mile out of town where
John Oervnls returned this morning
from Kmitherlln. where he visited his
relatives during the Christmas holi
day. He also visited" In Cor vh Ills,
whero his brother, Dewey nervals, for.
merlj" of this ctty, Is a student at O. A.
c. ; .
Autos should be able to drive across
the Hnake river bridge between Frank
tin and Walla Walla counties In an
other month, CI us Bertholet, of Pasco,
said today. One more span remains to
be put In place and then the bridge will
be paved. It eliminates tne oia terry
between Peace and Burbank and will
cut down the running time between
Walla Walla, and Pasco bya good
monv minutes. Pasco Is now thinking
strongly of the bridge that will soon be
under way to connect ii wun nenne
wlelc In Denton county, across the Co
lumbia. A five story hospital being
built in Pasco Is also nearlng comple
tion so far as exterior work goes, Mr.
J. P. Walker, clerk of the local
chapter of the Woodmen of the World,
enters today upon the twenty-eighth
year of his service In that office. Of
the entire order, there is but one clerk
who has been longer In office than Mr.
Walker. Mr. Walker has seen the
lodge grow from a membership of 41
to the present enrollment of 653.
Thomas FllaOerald Is another veteran
among the officers of the lodge, being
now In his seventeenth year as banker
for the order.
NEWS OF THECOUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
(Continued from page 1.)
State Case Is IImiiiIkw1
The case of the State of Oregon vs.
W. West, In circuit court, was ordered
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Here is an opportunity to buy some good Staple
Groceries at a Saving and at the name time get ac
quainted with our service and .the , quality of our
standard brands. ,
Corn 7 for $1-00
2 1-2 Tomatoes, 7 for ..... $1-00
Lighthouse Cleanser 10c; 11 for $1.00
Oats in 10 lb sacks .. .60c
Peaberry Coffee best grade .'. 3 for $1.00
113 wet Webb;;'; .
Call 409 We Have Reliable Service
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Two Couples are licensed
Marriage licenses were Issued at the
county clerk's office today to Carl
Mollsted and Martha Brandt, of Pen
dleton, and to Emery Turpln, of Al
bany, and Lena Rivers Ward, of Echo,
Ask Division of Property.
Wva L. Johnson et al., today filed
suit In circuit court against I.ola L.
Ilceves et al., to seek division of prop
erty rights in some real estate In the
Pilot Rock country. The plaintiffs are
lepresenled by I. M. Schannep.
llallcy to lie Reappointed.
,John Huiley, Jr., special probation
and Juvenile sif fleer for the county,
will he reappointed to that position.
County Judge I. M. Kchannep today
Indicated. Other appointments will
probably be announced tomorrow. '.
Suit llmnght on TWo " '
II. J. Anderson and wife today filed
I suit In circuit court against F. K.
iCnvanatiKh et al., to quiet title to a
quarter section In section 24 township
4 north, ranger -3f B. W. M. Raley,
Raley V Slelwer represent the plain
Holding Your Wheat
What should the farmer do about hi Income Tax re
turn If he la holding his wheat until next year? By all
means open up books on the Inventory basis and make the
return showing wheat on hand as Income this year. Do not
let It go until next year and have a double shot of Income.
We will open up these books and keep them for you.
This will eave you money on your Income Tax. It will give
you a permanent business record. It will take the grief
out of your Income Tax.
Permission for making your return on the Inventory ba
sis must be secured from the Commissioner before Fcbru
ary lDth, 1921.
Come In and lei us explain this In detail,
Gosper Accounting Co.
Final Day for Win
Today was the final day for filing
applications for hearing for final citi
zenship papers on April 4. The names
must be posted at least 90 days prior
to the term of court In which the hear.
Ing Is held. No new applicants had
been listed today. x
Traffic Violators Fiucd
Clearence Powers, charged with
driving an auto on the wrong side of
a highway, was fined $ 5 and costs In
Justice court at Adams last evening.
Frank Marlow, charged "With having
no operator's license, was fined a like
Xrw CVmit to Convene.
The first meeting of the county com.
mlssioers In 1921 will be held tomr-
rw rhrnlng at 10 o'clock when the
members of the new court meet for
the January business. Several appoint
ments to office are to be confirmed
and other preparations for the year's
Married Only 28 Days
Married only since December , 1S20
8. P. Tate today brought suit for di
vorce from Edith T. Tate on the
grounds of Infidelity. He charges that
immediately upon their marriage she
violated her marriage vows and has re
peated the offense several times. They
were married In Walla Walla. S. A.
Newberry represents the plaintiff.
PayCash . Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court A r Phone 880
l- Interest on Credit J
Why pay a big interest on the credit you receive
from a credit store, We pave you from 10 to 25 per
cent. Id your Credit worth this amount of interest.
We sell our groceries under a money back guarantee
at a high price as some places do. ,
and save you this 10 to 25 per cent on the prices. A
trial order is all we ask. We handle the best
brands of quality groceries and not a cheap, line
BRANDS OF GOOD GROCERIES
- DIAMOND W ,
The wholesale houses back these lines of goods
to ua, the same as we back them with you a money
ba"ck guarantee on every article. s
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
Officers Arc Veterans.
Two veterans of the nineteenth cen
tury Monday returned to sheriff's of
fice to take charge as sheriff and dep
uty sheriff where they held forth un
til December, 1897. Zoeth Houser,
sheriff turned In his star at that time
and Pave Lavender, deputy who work
ed under him had Just left & short time
prior. Neither has been connected
with the sheriff's office since.
Harris Creditor IV) Not Appcnr.
No creditors of Klbra 8. Harris,
bankrupt, appeared this morning
when the creditors' meeting was call
ed by Judge Thomas Fitx Gerald, re
feree in bankruptcy. The case was
ordered cdosed, the bankrupt and his
attorney having appeared to make
the proceedings complete.
Fire Alarm System Out.
The local fire alarm system was
fouud today to be still out of order a
a result of yesterdays wind storm and
a test was made of the lino to find
the trouble. Several taps of the bell
were heard during the noon hour and
again later. . These were In an effort
to locate the breaks In the system.
Martdiallshlp Is rnrvrtaln
"Who will be the chief of police" ts
secure the place and will make nono as
and there is very little official au
thority as to what the answer will be.
There are many who believe that tho
city would gain through the appoint
ment of a new chief and various peti
tions asking for a change are In circu
lation. The report these petitions
were sponsored by the W. C. T. V. was
erroneous according to the president t
that organisation. Jl appears that cir
culators are working on their own
Initiative and as "fathers and mothers"
rather than as representatives of any
organization. ' A petition that was out
In behalf of Chief Roberta yesterday Is
said to have been withdrawn. George
Tonkin who has been listed as a possi
bility for the position declares he has
i neveV sought the position as a eandl
I date hut that he was approached by
i city officials to see If he would accept.
1 lie declares he has made no effort to
secure the place and will make non as
I he Is a federal employe and barred
from such efforts.
TOO LATE TO CLASSlFt
ORF.Y GOOSE, lost, strayed or stolen
Phoua Informal Ion, 11U7-M.
LOST Lost Saturdav. black hand Img
portable surplus of this country, It Is
frequently averred, Is already sold anu
If foreign demands continue good, the
United Stales cannot help hut get a
better price for Its wheat.
nosenbaum's Review, which is one
ff the trade publications recognized
As an authority, continues to be opti
mistic. and declares that 'wheat will yet
he four cents pound. - This means
2.40 a bushel at Chicago. At tho
present differential, wheat at that
price would bring the grower at Pen
dleton 12 and possibly above.
"The wheat men here should receive
$2 a bushel for their crop In 1920 In
order to protect thnrn "against Iosb on
the 121 crop," a local authority said
today. "The crop now In the ground
Is a high priced one as well as the crop
In the warehouses now."
Indications are that the 1921 crop
I may make up In yield what will be
I lost In price. With an open, mlWl win
ter, the wheut condition Is as near lOo
percent as It has ever been at this
time, it Is pointed out.
The psychology of business at pres
ent Is good, It was said today, and not
only In wheat but In all general lines
better things are coming. Several
promising factors have already ap
peared, local men say, to substantiate
their bellef.that the recovery this win
ter and spring will be rapid and per.
n. ust,- f.r.il (.ketches. All 'h attend! d
their concert In this eliy last yrnr will ;
attend this year to see a much larger;
and better concert. The club cons. sis ,
of 2t voices.
Program nanncd. A progrMn bns
been planned fur the assembly to be
held Thursday, The public has been
Invited by the faculty and students to
Attend. The program w.U cunslt of
two numbers each from the high
school orchestra, the girls glee club
and the boys' glee club. AH three of
these activities have been working
hard this year and thv expect to show
the student body and visitors some real
music. Mr. Olson will have charge of
the boys' glee club, Mrs. Fnrshaw will
have charge of the girls' glee club and
Bert McDonald will direct the orches
tra. The assembly will be held at HMD.
Ktudents Register lioland'and Oer
aldine Morrison and Dorothy Dobbins
registered at the school yesterday. Miss
Morrison and her brother attended this
school early In the semester but have
been attending school In Ixrng Reach,
Calif ornlii for two months. Miss Dob
bins comes from Pasco and has regis
tered as a sophomore.
(iamn With Walla Walla lYIday
The first basketball team of Pendleton
high will play Walla Walla high in
that city Friday evening. The team Is
in fine condition and expects to put up
good fight. Many local enthusiasts
and students will accompany the team.
Many jewelers dodge talking aboutv
prices while we welcome an investigation
of our prices.
W Know They Are Right
We buy strictly for cash and cooperat
ing with 800 other jewelers we buy in
quantities that give us every advantage.
These advantages we pass on to you.
Kvery article is marked In plain figures you pay
exactly what your neighbor pays. We give no ills
counts, because we do not mark up our goods to al
low giving discounts. Just honest good at honest
prices that's all. '
and w welcome comparison.
Whitman (ilee Club Here March 23.
The Men's Olee Club of Whitman
College, will nppear here in concert on
Wednesday, March 23, ' in the high
school auditorium. Harper Joy, ad
vance agent, said that this years con
cert would surpass last year's by far.
The program will consist of songs.
Ih'liatc Tryouts Xext Week Try
outs for the local debating team will
be held next week, according to an an
nouncement made by Miss Iaura Ross,
debate coach. The first debate for the
iocal team will be held February 14
this district iss. Resolved, Th;it thej
principle of the open shop should be
adopted In all American industry. J.I
O. Russell, of the Pilot Rock hiKh
school, Is district debate chairman.
Many are expected to enter the try.
outs fur a place on the team. The!
teams wijl consist of two and one al-
The Largest Diamond Dealers in Eastern
Would Have I!e"ii In Time. ! "Well, no sir." refilled the waiter.
The diner was not pleased with Ms I "not exactly, but It is chicken broth
soup. "What on earth is this broth in Its Infancy, as il were;
tt Is made
ternate, making a total of nix to lie 'made from, waiter? he demanded, out of the water the eggs were boiled
chosen. The question for debate for "It sun-ly isn't chicken soup." In."
One Poirad Free
We Buy It For You
From Your Grocer
Nut Butter Brought to Perfection
We offer a pound of Troco Free to
every family in this city to those
who think they can use nothing but
butter to those now using various
brands of raargarin.
It is an acquaintance pound to intro
duce you to the finally perfected
nut butter to a sweet, delicate table
product churned from nut fats and
Pleasant Valley milk, wonderful in
flavor, highest in food value.
The cost of this free offer is enor
mous, but we can afford to make it
for this reason:
Because we know that everyone
who once tastes Troco, who once
enjoys its wonderful flavor, will
surely continue to use it in prefer
ence to any other product.
This gift pound wins countless per
manent customers who find that
Troco gives the quality they want,
the food value they need, at the
price everyone wants to pay.
Made by a butter expert
, in a new plant
A. E. Hoffman, famous for over 30
years ss butter maker, butter judge
and teacher of butter making, super
vises the production of every pound
. He has been distinguished for the
peculiarly sweet and delicate flavor
of his butter. ,
He puts this same butter sweet
ness and delicacy into Troco: If
you are using butter you get the
same flavor in Troco at half the
price. If you are using margarin
change to Trco and enjoy true
We built Mr. Hoffman a new plant
of white tile and concrete the last
word in modern food plant construc
tion. Laboratory, mechanical and
sanitary equipment are perfect.
Same food value
Troco is as delicious as butter, as
your first taste will prove. Equally
important, it has the same food value.
It is churned from Pleasant Valley
Farms milk and snowy coconut fat,
the vegetable equivalent for butter
fat. Analysis proves nutritive value
is the same. "
With flavor the same and food value
the same, it costs 25 to 40 cents a
pound less than best butter. Your
money brings two pounds of Troco
for every one of butter.'
Think what this big saving means
when all food prices are so high and
grocery bills climb out of sight.
Figure it for yourself, by the week,
by the month, by the year.
' Think what it means not to be
skimped to be able to serve the most
healthful,. necessary and appetizing
of all foods in abundance to use all
you want and all you should have
without thought of economy.
Think what it means to know you
are serving the best sweet, dainty,
nut butter brought to perfection.
We offer a pound of Troco free an
acquaintance offer. We know Troco
will please you, that you will always
hereafter use it. So we can afford to
buy you this first pound for the sake
' of your future custom. Please ac
cept this gift pound and see.
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Pleasant Valley Farms Milk
Used ia CJmniing Troco
All milk used in churning Troco
comes from the model dairies of the
famous Pleasant Valley Farms of
Waukesha, Wis. It is milked from
tuberculin tested herds, is certified
by the producer to be absolutely
pure. We know no other firm mak
ing a similar product which takes
such a precaution. It is our final step
in the perfection of Troco. , .
TROCO NUT BUTTER COMPANY, Chicago
GILLANDERS & BURROUGHS, Inc.
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Churned from the white
meat of coconuts and
Pleasant Valley Milk.
Mail the coupon which ap
pears la this advertisement to
the Troco Nut Butter Co.
Don 't take it to your grocer.
We will send you an order
good on any dealer for one
pound of Troco. The grocer
will bill It to us. Accept this
free offer and learn what
' Troco is, how good, how eco
nomical. Only one pound to
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