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DAILyEAST OMCOOTAN, TEliDLETON, OP.ECCN, MONDAY EV2TTIKG, JANUARY 17,1921.
People Here and There
C. E. Walloa, formerly vlco ju-phI-dent
und cashier of the Inland Kmpiro
Jiunk, left Saturday nluht for Hpo
kuno to visit with Mr. Wallca nnd
till son und daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Jim. J. 11. Wallca, for a fow ihivs. Ho
will return to Pendleton ahortly.
U. S. Deputy Marahnl 8. F. race of
l'ortlund, In In Pendleton toduy nerv
ing summonses to the U. S. district
court. . Ilia home In In the Wallowa
Curl Kupers of Helix, .came In today
on the morning train to transact bua-
lness In I'endleton. Mr, Kupera la al
so interested In an oil well being aunk
near Atuliu, WuhJi.
Tom Tuggurt, agent for the Good
rich tire line, with headquarter In
Pendclton, arrived this morning from
Portland. He went there last week
end to confer with officers at Port
land. " , "
Urover Temple, Helix rancher, came
to town thla morning to spend the
Carl ItTngdnhl, rancher and bank di
rector from Helix, la ft Pendleton bus
iness vlxltor today. He came in by
train thla morning:. , .
Pan Unwmnn, proprietor of the Mia
tlon Tnidlng Bloro, und well known
aportHnmn, returned on No. 24 thla
morning from Portland where lie
(spent the week oml on business.
It. I. Keator, district attorney, camo
home from Portland on Sunday aft
er attending the annual convention of
the dlatrict utlorueva of Oregon, In
session there Thursday, 4 Friday "nnd
Lyman G. Itlce, nsslstuht cashier of
the First National Hank, returned thla
morning from a Scottish Rite reunion
held in Portland Thursday, Friday and
Councilman Robert L. Simpson re
turned thla morning from Portland.
Ho went to the big city Wedneaday
night and Wub honored with the of
flee of vlco president of the Oregon
Automotive Asaociutlon while there.
Ho took In the Portland automobile
ahow and looked up Borne apparatus
which the city aewer department la
planning on buying.
' cluudo Miles, salesman tor the Oro
gou, Motor Oarage, and Dr. H. i Han
avan, dentist, were union s hume
coming PendletOnlana from Portland
thla morning. The annual Portland
automotive ahow attracted them to the
city luat week.
William II. Morrison, farmer and
ecllcr of farms, returned this morning
from Portland. He dropped In on tho
reunion of Scottish Hlte Masons while
In the metropolis.
Clydo McKay, prominent In the
Pendleton Automobile Dealers" Asao.
elation and proprietor of the Western
Auto Co., arrived home today from
Portland where he has been attending
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Groceries is our line, nothing more. The special
ist in any line generally excels. It is so with us. We
devote our entire time to this one line. We believe
we know the things which will please you best and
u,- give you the best value. Why not buy your groceries
from a grocery specialist?
The Economy Grocery c
, 113 West Webb St. . ... . . Phoned
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
the recent automobile show.t
R. H. Wood, chief special unent for
the O. W.-H. & s. Co., Is due In Pen
dleton lute this afternoon on a busi
ness visit. Ho Is coming from Port
land. Milton Flu Gerald, youngest son of
Judge and Mrs. Thomas Flu Gerald,
is ut home on a 10 days' visit. He is
now employed as an engine foreman
for the Southern Puclfic railroad In
the Portland yards.
When one's term aa sheriff expires,
his duties do not always end. W. It.
"Jinks" Taylor, ex-sheriff, had to
come to Pendleton from hia Athena
homo , today to testify Mi a criminal
ease coming to trial in circuit court.
George 8. King, a merchant of Bak
er, la In Pendleton fori a couple of
days on business, huvlifg come over
during. the week end.
Quaker Minister Is
Grateful To Tanlac
t . rV t
Col. J. H, Ttaley and Fred W. Kiel
Ter, of the law firm of Uuley, lialey
& Htclwer, left for Walla Walla by
uuto Sunday afternoon to appear to
ay in court mere a attorney! In a
case to come to trlul. "
Mr. rind Mra. C; I. Parr of Astoria,
ura Pendleton visitors' today. They
are former Pendlctonians and Mrs.
Ilarr la visiting friends In the city
while Mr. Durr la here upon a busi
C. O. Itracher, Pilot' Hock merchant,
was a business visitor in Pendleton to
day. He brought In a coyote scalp. In-
cldally for which he wus .paid a ft
bounty at the county clerk's office.
Tho county commissioners assem
bled today to continue their January
session. From Cmaplne came K. K.
iican, from fianfteld G. I Dunning,
and from pilot J lock Judge I. M.
A. J. Stevenson, of Portland, la liere
today and la registered at the Pendle
ton Hotel. ,
' I!. I). Kyaor, of .Spokane, Is in Pend
leton' today, having arrived this morn
ing on No. S4.
M. I Barnes la a Portland busi
ness visitor In Pendleton today.
i OFFICES AND OFFICERS!
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There is many a home which could
be beautified by an art tablet lamp.
Our showing of these lamps in bronze
and vcrde is mo.st complete and they
are priced o very reasonably that no
home Can afford to be without one. .
$8.00 to $15.00
: The Largest Diamond Dealers in
Rev. Parker Moon, Carthage, Missouri.
pearly everybody In Southwest thing for me and suggested a change
of climate. I then moved to Texas
and went hack and forth three timea
but did not get the relief I had hoped
for. Finally. I got o bad off 1 was
not able to get around with any de
gree of comfort. I wis also told 1
had heart trouble.
"I had read about Tanlac and, as it
had been very highly recommended
to me, I decided to try it. I got a
bottle and had taken only few deses
until r could notice a marked Im-
' provement in my condition. I noticed
! enoppLttl- thiit I uaa not trnnhlpri
MiuYlugc License Issued.
John V. Hose of Helix, was issued a
license toduy to wed Misa Lillian Eng
l.h, of Ilieth, on Sunday. The cere
mony will be performed at the bride-
elect's homial ltlcth on'Suuday.
Don't Buy YourShoes
Until You Have Seen
IT WILL PAY YOU.
No old stock here that have been bought at
the high market price of a year ago, but all new
ones which we are selling on the lowest market
price of today.
Men's Brown Calf Blu., all solid leather. . $8.00
Men's Black Ulu., rubber heel, leather sole $6.50
Pendleton's Popular Priced Shoe Store.
- . . .735 Main St. . '
Want ltKlMU'rcI Kiiglnwr.
The count commissioners, ,ln aes'
alon today, entered an order that in
considering applicanta for the county
roadmaster position, only registered
civil engineers be considered. .
Files Ifcvlaratioii of Intention,'
Jim Sam Madnnla. of Pilot Rock,
today filed his declaration of intention
at becoming an American citlxcn. He
is a native of Italy 20 years old and
haa been In this country since 1912.
(iunrdlnii for Key Appointed.
J. H. Key on Saturday waa appoint
ed guardian for Hoy Koy, hia son, who
was adjudged by the county court as
incompetent. Max B. Hopper, W. S.
Ferguson and Henry Dell were ap-
pointed to appraise the properly be
longing to the younger Key.
I Burglars. hH Kir Year.
1 . Maximum sentences of six years
j each In the Oregon state prison were
i given Jack Walton and J. W. Dono
; hue by Circuit Judge O. W. Phelpa to
j day. Tho two were found guilty of
j'having robbed Thomas Campbell's
I atore at Hermiston after, the Jury In
I their case had been out less than 10
j minutes on Saturday aternoon.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Dcspain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court "Phone 880
The best bread on the market
Made at home but sold in most every town
in Umatilla County.
The bread that defies competition.
- Buy it, eat it you will forget the idea that
better. bread can be made out of town.
We are proud to say we sell it and our
. .sales are increasing every day.
Pay Cash Receive More v Pay Less
Dcspain&Lce Cash Grocery
209 E Court ' '"Phone 880
Motion for Now Trial Kiled. - $
Motion for a new trial in the case of
Joe Kerley vs. Duvld B. Hill, Was filed
with the clerk of the circuit court this
afternoon. The verdict was brought
In by the Jury Friday night. The ver
dict is ngainst law and an error In law,
was made in the trial, the attorneys
for tho defendant aver in their pio-tloii.
Pno Trial Postponed.
The trial of James Poe nnd Mrs.
.Marty Poe, on a charge of larceny of
furs in the St. eorge hotel lure sev
eral, months ago, was due to begin in
circuit court this morning. Illness of
some of the witnesses, however, pre
vented the taking up of the case and
It wus postponed Indefinitely. The
case will probably be called early in
Missouri either knows or has heard
of the Hev. Parker Moon, who for a
full half centw-y haa devoted his life
and tulenta to Sunday school and or
ganisation work for the Society of
Friends e& Quakers. He resides at
628 Howard Avenue, Carthage, Mo.
'Uncle Parker." as he ia more fam
iliarly known, came from fine old rug
ged Quaker stock, and there ia not u
better knotvn or more highly respect
ed citizen In that part of the state.
In referring to hia remarkable res
toration to health by Tanlac, he said:
"About five years ago 1 suffered any more with sour stomach after
a general breakdown. iy principal , eating, which was a great relict,
trouble was" nervous indigestion. Myl ' kept on taking-Tanlac until I
appetite was very poor and my food i fully regainedrmy health. My appe
seldom agreed with me, and I hnd to lute Is spendid; I enjoy by meals
live on a very restricted diet. I suf-, and I do not find it necessary now to
fered a great deal from headaches take any" laxative medicines of any
and dliy spells; I had serevere pains ; kind. I Can sleep much better and
across the small of my back and was jam not nearly so nervous,
badly constipated most of 'the time. J "j take great pleasure in recom
In t&cl, I was so weak and rundown ' mending Tanlac to anyone who needs
I wasjiot able to attend to my duties, j a good system builder, or who suf
, "ThlB condition made me very nerv-i f,rs with stomach trouble. I have
ous and I could not sleep at night, j recommended Tanlac to a great many
Frequently I .would lie awake most ,' of my friends and am pleSscd to
all might and waa In that condition ; reach others by giving this statement
more or less for five -years. . My j T,an,ac is sold in Pendleton by
physician said he could not do any-1 Thompson Bros. '. ,
element, 'will heotarted. Several other
case at law will follow. In the inter
im several equity cases gre to be tried
by Judge G. V. Phelps.
BUI of Exorptioa Ftni-'lird.
Circuit Judge O. W. Phelps today
settled the bill of exceptions filed by
attorneys for Klvie D. Kerby and John
U Rathle, now enjoying a stay of ex
ecution from the death penalty for
their art in the murder of Sheriff Til
Taylor. As soon aa this matter is set
tled tho attorneys may file their briqfs
on appeal wHh tho supreme court of
Oregon. The transcripts of testi
mony in the case are alsi to be filed
with tho briefs.
THE COLD WEATHER IS NOT OVER.
5 lb. Double Blankets, all wool $9.50
10 lb. Double Blankets, all wool $19.00
4 lb. fceg: Army Blankets, new $7A)0
4 lb. Reg. Army Blankets, reel $3.09
4 lb. Gray Army "hnkets, new ........ . $H00 ,
4 lb. Hudson Bay Blanket .'. ; $12.50
0. D. Army Shirts, new $5.50 and $5.75
0. D. Army Shirts, reel $4.53 ,
Solid Pack Peaches, can' i . .' . 29c
Solid Pack Apricots, can .". 27c
Alaska Salmon, 1 lb. can 15c
& m SALES CO.
546 Main St Phone 861
HISTORICAL LOCAL PEN
IS FOUND TODAY IN
CLEARING OUT VAULT
Trial ,1nry KxcMsed 'for Time.
The circuit court trial Jury was ex.
cused this morning with instructions
to report for duly on Monday, January
31. At that time the, trial of the State
vs. Joe Kerley, on a charge of enibea.
Get Dr, Edvard0!ive Tablets
That fs the joyful cry of thousnndj
since Dr. Kdwarda produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel. N.)
(Jripini! ic suits from, these pleasant
little tablets. They cause the. liver
nnd bowelj to act normally. They
never force them to unnatural action.
Dr. Edward' Olive Tablets ore a
soothing, healing, vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil.
If you have a bad taste, bad breath,
fe-1 dull, tired, tire mnstipntgd or
bilious, you"l find quick and sure re
sults from Ilr. Fdwards' little Oliva
laWoU( bedtime, Ijc uml '4KK, box.
A steel pen with which was trtitten
the signatures on the first bonds is
sued by school district Ko. 16, l'un
dleton, was found carefully preserved
In a sealed envelope in the lower vault
of the American National Dank Sun
day. The vault was being cleaned out
tnd the old relic was found In the pro.
cess of eliminating worthless papers.
"This is the pen with which I signed
the school bonds of district No. 16,"
says the Inscription on the envelope.
No namo Was signed but it is thought
that it was written by K. C Cox. then
cashier of the old Pendleton Savings
Bank. The envelope bore date of Aug.
The pen, In perfect preservation.
was a Northern I'aclfic rnuroaa pen.
stamped with tho name of J. K. Gill &
Co., Portland stationery house. It.
with the envelope containing it. will
be turned over to Col. J. H. Holey, one
of the founders of the old bunk und a
director of the Amerlcuti National.
Kcalty Men T.iuich.
Five associate members were admit
ted to the Umatilla County Realty As
sociation, at a luoheon today nt the
Elks' Club. They are John 1
VVaughan, J. H. Gwlnn, D. D. Phelps,
James Johns Jr., and ames 11. Sturuis.
The luncheon, which was well attend
ed, Is one of a scries of Itenlty Asso
ciation luncheons, which will occur
each month. The association is plan
ning to take In additional active mem
bers In the future.
(East Oregonian Special.)
. ECHO, Jan. 17. "uneral services
were conducted by Rev. Alfred Lock
wood of Pendleton, Wednesday after
noon for the late A. M. Longwell at I
the Longwell residence. Services at
the cemetery were In charge of the
Masonic lodge of which Mr. Longwell
was a member.
Arunah Longwell was born at Jlim
rods, Yates County, New York on June
11, 1871. He was married to Cora A.
Peary at Hyrone, New York, May 27,
1S98. Mr. and Mrs. Longwell came to
Kcho in May, 1907. For four years,
Mr. I.ongwell was manager of the lo
cal Tum-a-Lum lumber yard and has
been postmaster here since May, 191S.
Mr. Longwell was always active in
any move for public improvement. He
owned land under the Teel project and
was treasurer of the district for some
time. He was a member of the Kcho
library board, "an active member of
the Commercial Clubhand nt the time
of being taken ill was junior warden
of the Masonic lodge. Mr.. Longwell
belonged to the Episcopal church and
for several years worked to secure a
church building for Echo. Mr. Long
well is survived by his wife and small
son, !erald. two brothers F. 'E. Long
well of Buffalo, New. York, and Fred
Longwell of Corning, New York. A
half sister resides in Syracuse, New
York. The many friends of Mr. Long
well deeply regret their recent loss.
. B. C. Hoffnagle of Jackson, Michi
gan, is here visiting his brother, J.
L. Hoffnagle and family. His wife is
now visiting in Colorado but expects
to arrive here in about a week to visit
also. , . .
Mrs. Jae De Foe and small son are
here from Hood River visiting Mrs.
De Foe's sister, Mrs. Fred Scherer.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ross returned
from Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thurs
day wher they had been visiting for
some time with their daughter.
J. Frank Spinning was a business
transactor in Pendleton Thursday.
Charles Dallas was here from his
farm south of Nolin Saturday.
, Gail Sherman spent Wednesday in
: Henry Robertson, prominent wheat
farmer, was here from Sand Hollow
W. O. Dennis was in Pendleton on
Miss Edna Edwadge of St Louis
Mrs. Jessie Williams has resigned
as teacher of the third and fourth
grades, Mrs. W. H. Crary is teaching
the room until a teacher can be se
cured. Mrs. L. M. Hills, who has been In
the St. Anthony's hospital' aince ber
fore Christmas following an operation
for appendicitis, is much better and ia
now able to be out of bed.
Miss'Annie Vey of Pendleton visited
at the Jiome K)f Mr. and -Mra. -Joseph
Cunha, Sunday. i
HOIS 10 BE MM FROM
FERRIS HEEL CARRIAGE
PARIS. Jan. 17. The carriages for
passengers are being taken from the
big Ferris wheel here and sent to the.
devastated regions of France wher
they will be used aa bungalows to pro
vide homes for homeless. . Thev are
Oregon, is here visiting at the home of just big enough to make a diminutive
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gross.
Miss Lois Gobbell was a Pendleton
An "old time" dance was given at
the city hall Friday evening. One was
also given at the I. O. O. F. hal) the
same evening. .
Verne Hard Gulliford and Viola
Hard have opened a restaurant re
cently in the Esteb building, opposite
home containng one living room and
The Ferris wheel is being disman
tled after being one of the sights ot
Paris for many years. ,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. -r. P.)
Secretary of the Treasury Houston
transmitted to the house additional
estimates of $3,551,000 for the immi
CHICAGO. Jan. IT. (I. P.) Mrs.
Cyrup Mi'Cormiick, wife of the chair
man of the board of directors, inter
national Hurvester company, has died.
Tha hsuband was at her bedside, hav
ing raced here from New York, tak
ing a special train part of the way.
She was ft commnnding figure in Chi
cago social circles for many fears.
Ir Coughs nnd ilds
"I want to say that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been used in my
family on occasion, without numlers.
for coughs nnd colds and has given
tho best, satisfaction of any cough i
medicine we ever tired," writes Mrs.
C. McU.ser, Greenville, 111. You will
look a Ions while before you find a
better remerdy for coughs uml colds
or one that is more safe and plea
sant to take.
Vcll known In Fort-Ism Coiniirire.
It will be a surprise to many to
know that Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy is well known and highly este
emed "In many foreign countries
Charles M. Cramer, a well known
watch maker of Colombo, Ceylon, says
of it, "I have not the slUhtest heslt
nncy in recommending Chamberlain's
Cough Uamedy to all who are suf
fering from coughs or colds. I have
repeatedly used it and it has always
been "beneficial." I
If you would enjoy tomorrow, take -
Chamberlain's Tablets tonight. They i
produce an uereeable, laxative effect, j
clear the head and cleanse the sto-;
mach. They are just what you need
when constipated. i
No doubt .Maiiit It
There Is no question but that
Chamberlain's Tablets is we of the
best preparations on the market fori
stomach troubles, billiousness and
constipation. There Is no better proof '
of this than when a man has once
I'wrd them he will consider nothing I
else when, ii need, ot such, medicine, V
A Few Reasons Why
We Sell for Less
We buy for cash
We e!l for cash
We are out of the high rent district
We carry a small stock
We bought on he low price level
Jim Beard's Cash Store