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DAILY EAST OftEGOHIAH, PENDtETOH, OREGON, SATURDAY EVEHIHG, JAOTAEY 15, 1921.
People Here and There
1 i 1.1. -jr.'i riling to the annual rep'-r's
J of the iilrarics. . Milton decreased by
Fred Hendiickseii, a farmer of the
Adums dlHtrict, was a business visitor
In I'endleton today.
Clarence Bishop, one of 'tho owners
of the Pendleton Woolen Mills, Ih
back In Pendleton after a business vis
It to Now York City and tho Import
ant cltlos of the fur eastern portion of
the United States.
' Curl Pcrlnger left on No, 23, lust
night for Portland whero ho will
spend tlie week end before departing;
for Hun Francisco. Ho will lie Joined
In rorlluiid by IiIh mother, Mrs. a. K.
Parlnger and will uccompany lier to
Sim Francisco, from whore. bIio will
bom J ulilp for the orient In a few
Kdwurd Nolf, known to Mm friends
and Inllmutes us Smoky, mumiKer
of tho grocery department lit Alex
anders', Is recovering: from a lon
Illness in the Tdonre Kunltarium In
Portland, word received by friends
here today said. Mr. Nol has gained
BENCH-WARMER MAY STAR FOR YANKS
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seven pounds In tho pant few weeks
and hopes soon to bo well enough to
return to Pendleton and resume his
. It.lMinnimr, county commission
er, from Btiinflold, motored to Pend
leton today to attend tho session of
commissioners which resumed this
Dun J. Kirk, one of Hie most pro
minent farmers in the east end of
Umatilla county, Is here today from
I'muplne on business. Mr. Kirk Is
a leader In the farm bureau work,
the isrutiKc and the fraternal orders In
James D. Zurcher, attorney from
tftunfleld, Is a Pendleton visitor on
Julian Jucohsnn, and Plillo Rounds
will motor to Walla Walla this even
ing to spend tho weed-end.
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FRANK 'XfefTY" O'UOVU
Frank XcvtT" O'Dool, Coast LMpie gar pitcher, wag kept ol
tf, Yankoea bench all last season. He will get his chance thla ya.'
tTy Cokb bolleves the youngster will bs another Walter Vails.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
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Oranges, 200 size, per doz 35c
S 'Eightliouse Cleaner. . 10c, 11 for 31.00
Bacon, nice side, per lb. ....... 40c
Peanut Butter 5 lb. tin Royal "
Club . r...v. .. $1.25
Karo, red label, white, 10 lb.
bucket : . $1.00
Libby's Apple Butter, 1 lb. tin . . . 25c
The Economy Grocery 5
113 West Webb St. phone 409 g
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
V. C. Ifiiipson, -vt Milton, fruit In
spector for fmatllla Bounty, Is In the
city today to attend the meetlnir of
Christian lingers, one of the well
Kniivn fruit grower of the Freewater
YEAR, RESUME SH0WSE5H
' non-fiction. The
All Branches in County Save
Milton Show Increase in
Use of Books With, Fiction
Titles More Popular of All-
(jaln In readers at the.Pendleton li
brary In 120 over H19 was 8,04;
for Athena, 080; for Pilot Hock,
for Prcewater, 1640; for Hermlsiw.,
4t: for Kcho, 86; and for L'matilh..
Knt I r,,rwh lltifo rl. hni'a rortttrt.
td, out nil T( ports will he In soon ami
will t !(. Wished. The first report t.
arrive va t.. n Athena, which c-.n-
ion of t.t'ii of
ere fiction and
read 1 children were 1.09 1, of which
Mi '.looks were children's stories and
tion-Ilcllon. Jew renders were
l-'Z. fteraKe dally circulation it;
t'.cl op 66 per cent of the total vol
umes, loaned to ailulls; children's
books 17 per-eent of the grand total
circulation. The financial report
.showed I1M.90 on hand January 1.
1H21, lifter disbursements.
Foi;owlii? Is the book report of each
of the elffht libraries which have re
ported, given In the order of receipt.
The population of each town being
given In parenthesis:
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There is only one price at Saw
telle's. That price is marked in
Pendletoir (73S7J 17. 34 t 11,17s 2K.573
Athena (627) 5,l.r, l.osi 6 250
Pilot Mock (361).... 632 2S 791
Milton (1 747) 4,482 2,212 6,704
Freewater (664) 1,674 1,071 2 745
Hcrmiwton (6S5). . .. 3,127 2.SSD s'm
Kcho (501) 2 975 1,156 4.131
Umatilla (390) 1,221 442 1 663
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
ATLANTIC FLEET FLAGSHIP.
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The above remarkable photograph
of the V. 8. S. Pennsylvania, Flagship
of thi Atlantic Fleet, Was taken as
that vessel stood out of New York
The vessels of the Atlantic Fleet left
their various yards for the annual
winter cruise on January 3, 1921, and
assembled on the southern drill
to Ouontanamo. Cuba, for a short stay.
The fleet will leave Uuantano for the
Pam.ma canal next Monday and will
then slip through the canal to meet
lh'.' l'?clfic American fleet for maneu
vers and Visit Follth American nnrls
Ciounds from whence they proceeded before returning to the Atlantic.
country, came to Pendleton today on
oiismrsa conected with the request
for tho forinutlon of the Sunnyside
W. L. Vanslyko Is in Pendleton to
day from Freewater.
William Iteese, a high school youth
from Ptanflcld, Is here on business to-
cay from his west end home.
CHICAGO. loll., Jan. 15. An ocean
to ocean tour in which he plans to
show how the centenary fund of the
Council of Boards of ISenevolence of
the Methodist Episcopal churelt is be
ing spent will be begun next Monday.
January 17. at Iloniana. jie.. u
Ralph fc. JJlirenuorier, u,
nnrlne- the following thr-e months
n- riiffonrtnrfer will ddiv r : Mres-
ea and lcotures in 58 of the l "C
cities in the country, his itinc-Jf.v
carrying him from Portlanu, aie., 10
San JJiego, Cal.
Henry Craham is In Pendleton on
business today. He la from Freewat
Robert Starkweather sells real es
tate at Btanfield. Today he Is among
the visitors from the west end 'of the
county In Pendleton on business.
W. W. Uoedcr, formerly water mas
jter for the MUton-Freewater country
and a former traffic officer, Is among
I the east end visitors in Pendleton
today on business. V
I Karl S. Howe, cashier of the new
1 Hunk of Freewater, Is among those
! from Freewater visiting In Pendleton
! today in the Interest of tho irrigation
problems of that section.
11000, with Interests and costs,
account for $1191.99. assigned
Kurgis & Btorie, and another for
(451.36, assigned by Alexanders, were
also Included. Carter & Smythe re
present the plaintiffs.
Peterson Files Demurrers.
S. D. PetefBon, of Hilton, defen
dant in two actions tor damages, fil
ed recently by O. A. Simpson and I.in
nte A. Hammer, respectively, today fil
ed demurrers in the circuit court to
both actions. He Is his own attorney
in the case.
An, 20were broucht here from The
tiy Wulles by Sheriff Houser last evening,
where they had been arrested with a
number of blankets stolen from auto
mobiles here. Tney have confessed
their guilt, the sheriff said today. Bry
ant has recently been in jail at Vale
Two Indian robes have been identified
but several blankets, quilts and a
brown calf skin coat they had with
them have not been claimed.
Kertcy lleadcd Xot Guilty.
Joe Kedley, asked to plead to the
charge of embezzlement of $6500 from
W. E. Hanscom, on Friday entered a
plea of not guilty. His trial was set
for January 31 In circuit court. The
sU.le is prosecuting.
MeEIroy Given Four Years.
G iorge McElroy, colored, today was
sentenced to serve four years- in the
state pententiary for larceny. His
partner in crime, C. J. Brown, has not
Pair Brousht from The Dulles.
Ira Bryant, 17, and George Welden.
Crimliml Cose l!ein Tried.
The cane of the State vs. Jack Wal
ton and J. W. Donohue went to the
jury this afternoon, after being up for
trial this morning. They are charged
with larceny of goods from a store.
Penny vs. Clemen. Called.
Tlie case of David Fenny ts. J. C.
Clemens, a civil action, was called to
trial In circuit court this afternoon.
after the SVaiton-Donohue. case went
to the Jury.
Jiiiand Offered Prendersliip
PARIS. Jan. 15. (U. P.) Aris
te,de Briand former Premier of France
was asked by Millerand to accept the
premiership and form a new cabi
Two Couples Are Ucensed.
I Marriage licenses were issued to
! two couples In the last 24 hours by
j the county clerk. Ernest A. Stephens,
i ivf Arlington, and Miss Mary West,
I of Pendleton, 'were licensed yester
I day afternoon. John II. Wagener and
j Mabel Cordlia Peebler, of Pendleton,
were licensed this morning.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court ' Phone 880
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court " ' Phone SSO
.ipllK for Citizenship.
Application for final I'nited States
citizenship putters was filed today
with the county clerk by Krnest Adol
ph Km;el, a native of Saxony. He re
sides in PendlVton. He Is the first
to file for the September 13 hearing.
Henry Itosonburir Sued.
Suit was filed against Henry J. Uos
enburK by, the First National Bank
of Pendleton today to recover on two
notes, otie for $9H0 and the other for
Connd da Salnte Aulalr. Is
France's new ambassador to Oreat
Britain. He tucceeds Paul Cui
bon, one of the shrewdest Euro
pean diplomats, who hold l lie pout
You need only the evidence of
your eyes to be convinced that
the Paige seven passenger
"Lakewood" model is a supreme-
ly beautiful motor car.
But go just one step farther,
please, and take a single demon
stration behind the power plant
that is capable of seventy-five
miles per hour
Then you will realize that this
car represents one of the most
important developments in the
field of six-cylinder engineering.
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PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO.. DETROIT
0. E. Holdman Auto Co.
THE MT"fl AUTIFUt CAR.IHA'MSXfe
$2 WHEAT PREOICTED BY
ST PAXTU Jan. 15. (IT. P.)-.
Wheat will soon be back to $1, and
! larmers will be able to sell it at a
t small profit, U. II. Anderson, presi
dent of the Equity Cooperative Er
change, told the United Brena. Then
farmer, banker, country storekeeper,
and everybody will be satisfied, he
"There will be no sudden docline.
j nor sudden rise In irraln prices,' And
I e rson stated. "Wheat now la about
forty centy above the . low , peak; of
,' six weeks ago and normalcy is al
No other dollars you
spend on your car payj
such big dividends in carj
performance as those yon-
put into your battery. J
t Willard Storage Batteries'
. have always paid out one
hundred cents on the dollar.
Today they stand for the
! latest in battery improve
ment. The Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery j
is the only battery with
Threaded Rubber Insula
tion. Ask us about it.
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