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DAILY EAST OSEGONL'.iT, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 20, 1021.
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TTlke Greategt Sale; of ew
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Offering values you'll not have the opportunity of securing agaiii in many a day. Now is the time for : ; !
you to buy and buy liberally. Visit this store as often as you can, .new bargains are being put out every
day and it most surely will pay you to keep posted on what we are offering. ' ; -
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VISIT TfflS SALE AS OFTEN AS YOU
CANj as new bargains are brought forward,
Cfery day. . v I
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'fiai'il WHEHF IT PAYS TO TRADE
make THIS STORE YOUR STORE. Use
our post office sub-station, Ml save you many a
HERMISTON PEOPLE WILL
CROOKED BASKETBALL JO
BE MADE PUNISHABLE
r (East Oregonian
number of Hermiston people will at-
COU'MErs, O., Jan. 20. (A. P.)
: Professional baseball players accepting
bribes to throw games in Ohio would,
if convicted, be imprisoned from one
to five years and fined $10,000, tinder
Special.) a Dm submitted to the legislature t'o-
20 A large j dav. Anv nrson offering or fiivins:
such a bribe would be subjected to the
All GIS 11 OVER '
PILOT ROCK BASKETERS
vear's crop was the third to exceed j Hampshire in one, and Vermont and jowln? more or lees to a current opln
3 0(10 000 000 bushels. Mu-sachiu-elts t ins in one. - i ton that January is a. month of dwlln-
' t,.'. ..sitrat corn I . i Ir.ir M'iceH. prospccls of entarsed
producing State, made an average oj
tend the meeting to oe neia in uma- Ssarne punishment,
tilla neict Wednesday afternoon to dis- i .
cusa the Columbia river power pro-1
Ject. May the rapids be rapidly de
veloped and the current turned into
E. P. Dodd has been transacting
buainess In Portland and Salem dur
ing th past week.
The Shotwell Construction company
Js making rapid progress in grading
nd hardsurfaclng our streets.
' Work will Jiegin within a few days
on the new Slethodist chureh -which is
to Tse constructed In Hermiston. The
Methodist body has been meeting in
l hall since its organiation here sand
much work has been done during the
past year In arranging for finaneng
construction of a new church. The
PII.KS CFRED IX TO II DAYS
Druggists rcfuna money if Yx'.o OINT
MENT fails to cure Itching, Blinrt
Xileeding or lotruding riies. In
f.antly relieves Itching riles, and you
can get restful sleep after first appli
cation. 60c. Adv.
building will be located on the corner i
opposite the public library The
SPORT WRITERS rXiECIIEI
OX T15E.vr.lE-liT lLMAX FIGHT
CLEVELAND, C., Jan. 20. (A. P.)
Newspaper sport writers were divid
ed on the result of the 10-round bout
last nisht between Carl Trcmaine of
Cleveland and Joe Biirman, Chicago
bantamweight, one writer giving tha
decision to Iiurman and another de
claring the contest a draw.
plans show an imposing structure with V iiV., rvn v c irt
. large- auditorium, study and assem- .1 Mf !l,01 ; S- ) AIf,'
bly room and a full cement basement fTfY Australia. Jan 20.-(A.
with modern conveniences. p.'-i .k'v U.nT of San Francisco
w uj iiwu yesterday won the quarter mile swim
Fire was discovered in the L. S. R. ' o...i,
O .M T.,luv r.,r.mi,, There i m'" championship of.NCW South
.,..1, . 1. K mniro S alCS.
HUB 11IW.U Qillunc ,J 1. 1. IJ.l't uaiiuvB
. Kss Newport, of the Newport Con
struction company, was In town the
first of the week.
As soon as the weather is settled the
work of building sidewalks will be ta
ken up again. Much sidewalk had
been constructed prior to the cold
roi!CE cress wrong.
ALAMEDA, Cal., Jan. 20. (U. P.
Fifteen hundred dollars worth of
morphine was the e7.ure pblice offi
cers and representatives of the state
board of pharmacy believed they made
here in arresting a drug peddler sus
pect. Analysis proved the seslzure to
be a bag of table salt.
UP BY ZiON ZEALOTS
lE.st Oregonian Special.)
ATHENA, Jan. 20. In tile double
header basketball game between Pilot
Rock and Athena high school teams
a; Pilot Rock Friday evening the
Athena girls team was victorious with
a score of 30 to 11. The Athena boys
team was defeated by a score of 4 8 to
Miss Helen Downing spent the week
end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Itogers in Pendleton,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haynie ann
family have moved into the Itothrock
residence on Fourth street,
I. F. Davidson was a Weston visitor
Mr.- jnid Mrs. Mm. Harder Jr. were
visitors at the home cf Mrs. Iftirder's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeFrcece.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Eager anl
dughU'Td Betty ' and Virginia spent
the week end with relatives in Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers of Pen
dleton were Athena visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downing and
r'aus.hters Helen and Myrtle have mov
ed tV Ferndale where they will make
their home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pink
erton and fnmMy will occupy the
Mrs. Hugh Mclntyre is confined to
her home with illness.
Mr. and Mis. Hugh Onstot and sons
46 bushels to the acre for the first !
time in Its history. The highest aver
age acre yield of any State was that of
Vermont with 47 bushels. Main in
mi 9 had the highest average acre
. 'e'd with 60 bushels. In the ten years
previous to that year the highest aver
age acre-yn?ld has been made by one
of the New England States. Connec
t'cit had highest yield In six of the
ton jrars, Massachusetts in two, New
WHEAT HECI.IXrn AND shipments soon from II1C soutnern
l'lU:i TO ItAd.lY IX CHICAGO ' hemisphere were also the subject or
CHICAGO Jan. 20. Wheat cleclin--tconsideiabIe attention. Renewal of
ed today and failed to rally despite
news of active foreign buying. Un
usual lack of support was shown. The
market closed two to 2 3-4c net lower
with March 1.72 1-2 1.72 3-4 .and
May 1.64 1 -4 rri 1.64 1-2. Corn lost
3-4 01 1-Sc, oats 1-4 to 1
provisions 7 15.
gossip that the Italian government was
rc-selllng wheat tended further to de
press the market and besides there
was much talk of untoward buslnesu
conditions In Europe. The resulting
downturns led to export buying estl-
'ii.i-S and i mated at 1,500 ,000 bushels to be shlp
i tied from the Gulf of Mexico. A bet-
Ucars had the advantage4 in wheat, ter domestic milling demand was also
noted. Nevertheless only a moderate
amount of the setback In prices was
overcome. ; '
Corn and oats for Imemdlate deliv
ery touched the lowest price level stiice
11)16. Liberal receipts Of corn, were
Provisions wcro weak In sympathy
with grain. ' ,
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, . tib Had nn Objcf t. . , ,
Bcnham Why lo you Vear your
hair over your ears?
Mrs. Renham So that ! won't hear
your clothes Houston Post.
To Core a Cold In One Iay
Take Grove's LAXATIVE UROMO Fred and Walter left Tuesday for Lew
QtMNlNE tablets. The geni-'n bears i jPton, Idaho, where they will visit
the signature of E. W. Grove. friends
J. It. Savage to W. A. Robinson,
Mete and bound tract in NW 1-4
1-4, Sec. 26, SW 1-4 SE 1-4, Sec.
Tp. 2. S. R. 34.
C. "EL Wailes to W. W. Green.
Lot 3 and W 1-2 lot 4, in Mrs. La Dows
H. V. Saunders to S. Smith. J430. j GREATEST CORN YEAR
Lot 1 block 1, Central View Addition,) ,,. , ,,-rnnj nr- onn
Mrs. Henry Miller is confined to her
ihtmc with illness.
I Wm. Kilgore and Art Dwining were
Pendleton visitors Tuesday.
I Mrs. S. F. Sharp and daughter Miss
Caroline Sharp went to College Place
Tuesday where Miss Sharp will take
ALL CYCLISTS SAVE TWO
STILL IN CHICAGO EVENT
ZION. 111., Jan. 29. (A. P.)
feneral clean-up that is going
the City of Zlon, all slangy, profane,
rheup vaudeville phonograph records
hav got to go.
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. (A. P.) At
the end of the 73rd hour, all teams ex
cept two competing in the six-day
bicycle race had covered 1,258 miles
and two laps. On points scored Oste
ritter and Kockler were leading the
j field with 4S: Madden and Magin were
In the second with 35,
Want Slim Ankles?
MIMTIAMF..V ARE INDICTED.
JASPER, Ala.. Jan. 20. Nine Mill-
:tiamon were indicted for murder In
"If any of you have those recoros in , connection wun ine ivihihtis vn
your homes you are finning against Ham Bard, a minor last Thursday.
God," said Overseer Voliva, "and ir . j ; ,
hear any such records in Zton Home
It he big 350 room hole!) I'll smash
Ine records and throw them out the
window. It's disgusting to hear some
Of these trashy records, such s Oia
Josh's records where he swears. Come
t.n Zion! Let s burn up these records!
When you buy records, buy records
WM4i some sense to them!"
The not In line for clean up Is Sab
bath IXwcrstion. It has rome to
Overseer Vollna's ers that '"
voung people have sone auto ridins
n the Lord's Iy. The result is that
Volitsu has given orders that no tsxi
ittb was to leave the barn on Sunday
?erit to go to and from church, or to
"go on God Almighty's wrMnds"
Switching twek onto the matter of
women's dress once mr. Votrva gave
earning that if he attends another
wei1dm where women are not proper
ly ore5.-,t he will put on his hat and
IN HISTORY OF COUNTRY
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. f A. P.)
l 9 20 was the greatest corn year in the
history of the country according to the !
records'of the Department of Agricul-:
ture. Resides growing a record crop!
of 3. 232, 307,1)00 bushels, the farmers!
established a new record for average j
yield per acre with 30.9 bushels, the !
second time In history that the coun- j
try's average yield went past 30 bush-I
The area planted to corn last year I
was 104.601,000 acres which "was smal
ler than the area planted In eight
olher years heretofore and 1,400,000
acres smaller than the area which pro
doeed'the previous record crop of 3,
124,746,000 bushels in . 1912. Last
The "Buyer" is Abroad in the Land,
Armed With $onie Clipped .Want Ads.
He'll look you up if his scissors have encountered
your "for sale" ad.
He'll be clipping and answering ads -tomorrow, '
too, and yours ought to be there when he reads the
paper if you have ANYTHING TO SELL. ,
"Used things," always find buyers if they're still
USEFUL THINGS-if, to '-SOMEBODY, they are'
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Want Ads for Results1
Tuen try this: Cet Into the romfon.mo
nd bins your fest In strong elastic bands.
fJt"is,i tondop firl are doing il
position shown ahoVn
Then klcTt, s'.retchins