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.DAILY EAST. OJiGOWlAN,,FJ
People Here and There
Letcher Norvall, of Helix, a march.
mil, In In Pendleton toduy transacting
i.ni8 business. .
H. A. HarreM, mayor of Athena und
(imminent In nirrn bureau activities, In
In the city today on business.
' F. K. Hli'kncll and J, H. Temple are
Walla, Walla arrival In Ihe city today.
Hoth ore regihtcred (it the Fendlotun
of the Presbyterian mission at Tutullln. i'T"'e home from a visit to the mntro
Itev. Mr. Conner Is Indian ljastor nt I h r.nlis. Up t:u,u ri,ir,.,i i mi...
A. H.C.rny,, who operates the chop
mill at ilk'lix, Ih among the business
: visitors In 1'endlcton today from that
Khcrlff Zoo HVuiser left 'on No. 1 thl
morning for Echo to serve Home civil
papers and in vlHlt his homo ranch to
are that all Is well.
Itev. and Mm K. J. , Conner left
Thursday for Elites, Iduho, whoro they
will bo guest for the coming -week of
Key. James lekson, formerly pastor
J. W, Mnloncy, president of the ln
land Empire bank, returned tills morn.
Ing from a week' visit In Portland, on
which he combined business nd plea
sure. Ho went down last week end to
attend thrillers' doings and stayed
over this week on Important buslnesK
Deputy District Attorney C. Z. Rnn
dall left last night for Portland anil
from there will go to Halem to visit
with his parents over the week end.
His Infant daughter, who hits been in
a hospital for Infants In Portland, will
be taken to Salem to the home of her
It Is cold, wet and disagreeable In
Portland these days, according to Will
Glass, assistant cashier of the First
Hank of Pilot nock, who stopped over
in Pendleton a while this morning, en
No open Indictments' have yet been
returned by the federal grand Jury
but several local cases will be announc-
tA d-i, .Li... ... ii..ti.. . . ...,.
uns bbki loaay following his return
this morning from Portland. He has
been In the city several days as a wit
ness In a number of cases before, the
i mhimp ' braa mi 4t m mmm n m
ML lilt, ollt SAYS
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PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
NEWS OF THE COUT? 1
Mit Co gin Declares Tanlac
Overcame All Her Trouble
and She Thinks It' Just
P ' Light House Cleanser, per can. .
s Wonder I'onsh, per can
SoaD. White Laundrv. 20 bars $1.00
fi M. J.B. Tree Tea, full lb., green or black. ... 60c
5 M. Jj B. Tree Tea, full 1-2 lb. green or black 30c
5 Armours Mixed Vegetables, per can 20c
O Monopole cane and maple syrup, 1-2 gallon. 85c
g Puffed Rice, 6 'packages $1.00
2 Wash Powder, 2 packages ........ .'. ..... 15c
ui Red Salmon, 50c size, flats 30c
g - FulJ Line of Fresh Vegetables and Pickles, i
THe Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb Phone 409
IUwd Jllglit of Way (Jlvrn,
An agreement between Joe Cunha.
of Echo; and Umatilla cou.'ity, was
filed with the county clerk today. He
gives to the county a perpetual right
oi way inrougn' nis property near
fccho for a highway. , ,
"i used to think all the statements
about Tanlae were exaggerated but )
know different now, for I hive used
the medicine myself with wonderful
reHiiKs," said Miss Orace Cogan, the
popular cashier of the Kannock Hotel,
241 Third St., Poeatello, Idaho.
"Before I look Tanlac I had been In
terribly paor health for three years.
I was all run-down, had no appetite,
was aa nervous as I could be and so
would have been almost as well off u
1 had never gone to bed at all.
"I had constant headaches and palni
In my stomach, and was so weak it was
Jc.Ht a drug to go about rny work. 1
took utiy number of medU-ima, but
none of them did me a bit of good ana
I Kii so I lost faith In anything help
lug nic. i
"Hut It's altogether different with
me since I have taken Tanlac, I now
havo a splendid appetite, mv sleep is
sound and restful und I feel the Joy of
IHlng once more, for rny strength and
energy have come back to me. I could
l.ardly have believed any medicine
could have done me so much good In
m short a time. Tanlac Is wonderful.'
Tanlac is sold in Pendleton by
Art and Industry
Combine their most pleasing pro
ducts in our Silver Department Silver
represent the best-jwhere usclul
things are made beautiful, and beauti
ful things are made useful. That our
ioa am lnr.Kt moderate 13 " uui-
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tional ana important re3-j
popularity of Sawtelles.
far as restful sleep was concerned 1 Thompson Pros.
Three Jfine Sued for.
.Notes for $150, $104.20 and $149.80
aro sought by P. if. Ilucholz in a suit
filed today In circuit court against
James O'Grady, The plaintiff is rep
resented by Italey. Haley & etelwer
and H- J. Warner.
JulEincnt for $10fl.l'. tilven. ' ';
Judgment against W. It. Tompkins
in the sum of l $266.42 given
Thomas J. Ferr'ell today by oefu ti
order entered In the circuit court.
aie or the defendant a interest in
property attached is also ordered.
(VHiimisnloners 3tt Tomorrow.
The county. commissioners will as
semble here tomorrow to continue
me January term of court. Amons
omer matters to come up in the morn
ing la that of' the protest regarding
designation of, official county news
papers. . .
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER. SERVICE
Two Telken to Salem. '
f-arl Allen, colored naroln hrakr
and Harr$ Thomas, convicted of for
gery, were taken to 8alem toaav to
begin serving penitentiary sentences.
Deputy Sheriff William Lydav took
the two men, leaving on No. 17 this
C, M. Hogus, record keeper of Uma
tilla Tent No. 27 i. O. T. M. has been
busy t'jjay distributing $10 checks to
36 local people who had applied for
membership during a ' drive staged
here last year by an organizer named
X. N. Christy and who tilled to turn
over funds given him. Christy was
here on a professed move .for mem
bership and held out promise of a lo
cal building. Many buMnens men ap
plied for membeiKhip to help the cause
along but It developed the organizer
had no authority for his building talk
nor did he turn over all funds Intrust
ed to him. The amount or tne losa
$3t0 from applicants and some local
personal bills have all been paid by
the local tent' through money collected
from Christy's bondsmen:
Genuine U. S. Army Goods
' Starting at onra, wo will bcta selling goods. You ha to heard
a lot about rr-coiwtnioiott prkw. Well, Just paste Ibis prkw list
In yonr bat, but do not wsnte any time Kitting your share of
li-w borgama as tlwjr cannot Uwt long at these prices.
U. S. Army.New Underwear, Wool Shirts and Draw
ers, until now sold for $2.25. New price....$1.50
US Army Rec'l 0 D. Breeches, were $3.75 now $3.00
U. S Army O D Biankers, new .....i..-. $5.65
U. S. Army Rec'l Wrap Leggings were $1.50, now 75c
U. S. Army Officers Raincoats, were $15, now $9.00
U S. Army 0. D Shirts, reissue, were $4.65, now $3.55
U. S Army 0. D. Shirts, Rec'l, were $3.00 now $2.00
U, S. Army O. D. Wool Trousers, new, were $6.50,
now : ; $5.00
IUro!mbT, the shove are aU gcnnlno Surplus Army Good. ,
Tim prWa speak for thenyiolvra and ou know wo have no shod.
, dj stuff. ,
' We are also making correHpnndlng reductions la aU commer
cial goods. v . ' ' f
-GVrr IT AT TIIK ARJIY STORE"
ARMY St NAVY SALES DO.
546 Blain St i ..... . Phone 861
Suit llronjht to Korerloxe Mortgage.
Suit was filed in circuit today by
Jones A. Utmsden against L. I Mann,
as administrator of the estate of the
late William C. McGinnis. to recover
$00 and $50 alleged due from the
estate. Th foreclosure of mortgages
to Katlafy the claims is also petition
ed for In the complaint. I'eterson,
Bishop A Clark represent the plaintiff.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
2D9E. Court Phone 880
' We ask you to compare these prices with your
! grocery store. We guarantee you a saving on your
groceries under a cash paying plan.
M. 1. B. Coffee, S lbs.. ,2.I0
M. J. B. Cofrce, 1 pound. ,50o
Hills Hod Can, S pounds 2.I0
Hills Red Can, 1 pound.. ROo
Hills Blue Can, 6 llis...1.65
Hills Blue Can, 3 lbs...I.OO
Hills Kltie Can, 1 pound.. 3So
Hulk Coffee, per pound
..... ;;. S.V 30c, 3O0
t pounds Oats.each ... .85c
S pounds Oraham Flour, .
.; each '. . , . . ,, .V)
9 pounds Flour, each . '. .JOo
9 pounds Corn Meal, each 4So
Crlsco, t fiotinds $1.33
Crlsco, S pounds ........ JOn
Crlsco, 1 1-2 pounds ....-loe
Flour, per sack 2.flfl
Hugar, per sack $0.03
Call. Small W. Beans
34 pounds ., . .$1.00
rink Beans, 11 pounds $1.00
Crystal. White Soap, IB
bars ' $I W)
Karo Hjrup, light, gal., .$1.00
Karo Syrup, dark, gnl...&Oc
Tea Garden Syrup, gal. $l.3
flold Crest Butter, 2 lbs. $1.05
Country Butter, 3 pounds 0r
Codfish, l'pound brick.. 2So
Corn Flakes, 7 for.. .. .$1.00
Puff Wheat, 7 for . ,
Tost Toaattes, 7 for
12 lbs. Jap RJce ......$1.00
8 pounds Head nice... $1.00
$1.00 81'KCIAI, FOIti
J 111 DAY AND S.mitlAY
4 pkgs. Citrus I'owder. .$1.00
IS Hare C. White Soap. .$1.00
17 rounds 8. W. Beans $t.00
10 pounds sugar .,....$1.00
5 pounds Bulk Coffee, .$1.00
12 pkgs. Macardni. . . . .$1.00
12 pounds Macaroni ...$1.00
t packages Jello . ; ... ..$1.00
12 Bars fine Hand Soap $l.oo
2 pounds Hill Tea $1.00
6 cuns 2 1-2 Peaches ..$1.00
5 pound i). W. Baking
4 Packages Sun Set Cake v
B cans Peas $1.00
6 cans Corn $1.00
7 cans Tomatoes $1.00
a pounds Peanut Butter $,1.00
10 cans Hebe Milk $1.00
4 cans IV W. Strlag
We ha sonic fine Spuds
that we can guarantee to you
as first class.
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Coyrjiw.,... . i-j'': V. I. .! Phone 880
Princiiwls WiB Meet Here.
Principals of all the county schools
have been called to meet in the, office
of : the county superintendent of
schools here on Saturday, Feb. . 19.
The local institutes will be discussed
and plans will be worked out for the
various track and field moeti and the
declamatory and oratorical contests
to be he(d during the winter and
F.XXSYIA'AMA J BONDS
' - OFFFJtl D AT
NEW YORK. Jam 2. (A.
rurchase of $80,400,000 of Pennsyl
vania Railroad Co. 15 year 6'i per
cent irold bonds miouneed tdd.iy l'y
Kuhn. Loeh Co. The bonds will 1 e
offred at public sale ft r'A and ae
cr. cd Inter- VHildM? at jut j3 per
her players displayed a de.iire to "get"
'he local men. All played through
Ifrhe contest, although they were
roughed worzie than in a football
Pendleton and Baker are due to
play a return game at Baker tonight.
Bo far as known, the contest will be
played again under protest by Baker, i
That team is scheduled to come to
Pendleton next Friday and Saturday
for two games here.
.Other Schools Arguing.
The situation arising here somewhat
parallels a dispute between Salem and
Kugene high sehools, In the valley.
KIlKibility, sportsmanship and a few
other considerations have resulted in
the cancelling of Tclatlons between
those schools. Salem and The Dalles
also became estranged In a champion
ship football gapie :ast fall.
From the number of disputes aris
ing between state high schools, it is
evident that a showdown will result
sooner or later. Sportsmanship, in
some cases, has been thrown to the
winds. Pendleton, In Its contests this
year, displayed what everyone declar
ed was clean f portsmanahip, A stud
ied effort has been maintained
throughout, officials declare, to keep
99', i sports here clean, to play only eligible
P I men and to have ail players comply
with scholastic reulrements.
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
sfcS.. rrorirN watches
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ing to graduate are Miss Mildred Rogonly. Ham Oliver was president, oi
ers, Miss urace mancneue. iinss mi- the club last semester, it is tne pur- ,
da Ixrenzen, Miss Ethelyn Horseman J pose of the club to boost all activities
mil ItiiM Tnttie tjiinr. Others who
have not made known their inten-1
tlons may try to cover the necessary
of the school, hence the name. Miss
I .aura Hons. Is advisor for the club.
fsoeiatel with 'th romiKMtv In !.
ir ! rwritlng are var'i'i la ikp. oanK
la heuses and trust wmp ic
!J uioli cnunm unTCO 1
IbXMtcr Club KUt Members of
the Booster Club elected Miss Thelma
Blanchette as their president for the
second semester, at a meeting held
yesterday. Other officers will be el
ected next Tuesday. Orficcrs may
hold their office for one semester
Don't think because you have taken
jn-.any remedies In vain that your caso
!s incurable. Hood a sarsaparma nas
cured many seemingly hopeless cases
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatim, kid-:
ney complaint, dyspepsia and general
debility. Take Hood's.
HHJII SCHOOL ATHU.TI.S
fConMnueo from page 1.)
Road President Says it is Not
Hih Wages the Men Want
But . Increased Purchasing
Power; Government Blamed.
CHICAOO, Jan. 28. (C. P.) Two
million railroad employes should vol
untarily cut their Wages. In the onln-
ion of railroad executives meeting here
to discuss labor and wage situation.
President Kesler of the Xew Jerse.v
Central railrtad, and a member of the
labor committee, made the assertions
to tho railroad executives and urged
employes to take this action to bring
the nation out of the rail tangle.
Beslcr In an exclusive talk with the
United IYesa as he was going Into' the
meeting of railroad executives, said:
"An arbitrary cut la wages for our
employes jvould hurt They should
get together and tell the management
they are 'wiling to accept a little less."
W illiam Lee, president of the rallwav
terminal is on record" as saying, "It Is
not high wages employes want bin
purchasing power., A dollar has
greater purchasing power todav."
Bcsler blamed tho former govern
ment Control and the prasent supervi
sion for the loads' plight.
SINX rFIXKK KH.I.F.D
BKLFAST, Jan. 28. (A. P. Mich
ael Oarvey, ardent Sinn Feiner, uras
nivsterioutly killed while In bed to
day. .. 4
The crime Is lielieved to" have I eon
In revenge, for theshootlng of three
policemen who weretn haveleen Im
portant witnesses at a military lnuuiry
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOK RUNT Store . room on Main
St. Apph- Bickers A Frledly.
WANTED Situation as stenographer
Kxperleneed typist Phone 27 7.
MONEY TO LEND
red tape Address
on property no
"93" this office.
WANTED 4 good Plymouth Rock
roosters Phone or address A. P.
Knight'. , .
FOR RKNT One 2 roomed apart
ment, stettin heat, hot and cold wat
er, disappearing hed. Cary Ap!s., 617
Thompson St. ,
WHY PK LONELY? Men and Wom
en Join our Correspondence CVib
confidential. Send is cents for appli
cation blank. Mountain 'and Plains
dv. Co., 395 FRlrbamls St. Portland.
with an aunt there. His mother,
tiavels extensively, last summer gave
her consent to his removing to Pendle
ton to attend school this year. Han
ley', a Spokane boy, came here with
his brother, the coach, after permis
sion had been obtained from Mrs.
Hantry. ' Neither boy was adopted by
Coach Dick Hanley. v alleged by -Baker,
but guardianship papers were ob
tained for both: In the sight of. local
lawyers Interested in the case, no vi
olation of law was done by this action.
' Three boys who desired to attend
high school for the purpose of playing
football last fall were told they might
enroll but could not play because of
their Ineligibility. From tbe superin
tendent down the line, local school
officials have exercised care to see
that eligibility rules were complied
with, it was declared. '
la the' game last night Eaker ex
hibited a poor class of sportsmanship,
acqprdlng to reports of the game. The
crowd Interfered with the Pendleton
men In every way possible and the Pa-
Girls la-ave Tomorrow Members
of tho girls' basketball team who will
play l-i Grande high school tomorrow
will leave on the morn ng train for
ithat city. Miss Hunsen announced
that the expense would be too great
Tito take the number of players she in-
wflojtonda and remain over niirht Those
who will make the trip are. Mildred
Rogers, captain and center; Irva Dale,
side center; Mary- Clarfce and Jane
Cheney, forwards; Alberta Mc.VIonies
and Marie Fletcher, guards. The subs i
who will make the trip are. Kather
ine McNary, Ruth Minnis. aid Mar
jorie MeMonies. This will be the
second game of the season for the lo
cal girls. The first game was held
with Hermlston several days ago. The
girls have been practicing a great deal i
of late and they expect to put up a
hard fight,' .
WOULD LIKE KBCItKT FOH LOOK
"Two weeks ago I weighed 86 lbs.
Now I weigh 105 lbs. and feel perfectly
well. Anyone I see suffering I tetn
them of what Mayr's Wonderful Rem
edy has done for me. They air want
to know what makes me look so well.
1 1 Your medicine has also been a real
life-saver for my mother. I cannot
recommend it too highly for stomach
trouble." It is a simple, harmless
preparation that removes the catarrhal
mucus from the intestinal tract and
allays, the Inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and In
testinal ailments. Including appendi
citis. One dose wijl convince or money
refunded. Druggists everywhere.
Dr. K. J. Tork, the Chines Spe
cialist has event years In study and
research work, both In China and
this country, thus enabling him to1
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
He uses only curative Chines -roots
and herbs as a means of treat
Ing diseases known to human be
These remedies bars teen used
for many generations and havs
been given credit by patient using
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him.
K. i. YOUK CHINESE MEDICINE
No. I W. Roue St. '
Walla Walla, Wash. .'
Fie Throe Year Stuilnits to Gradu
ate Five members of the Junior
class are taking additional subjects
this year tn order to graduate with
the June class. This will mean that
these students have covered the re
quired subjects for four years In three
years' time. By carrying additional
subjects five members of the junior
class will graduate with the class of
'21. Those so far known who are try-
Be Good to the Birds
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AD INVITED GUESTS
A Big Dance and Punch With a Stick.
January 31, 1921
9 00 O'clock Sharp.
Present invitation cards or lodge receipts at the
C. T.VAUGHN, :
FRED STR0BLE, '
B. A. L0VELL,
Business Is Good
BECAUSE WE KNOW OUR BUSINESS.
We take special pains in serving you, whether
you come in to buy or not and for that reason
our business has been growing daily.
Our new stock bought on the lowest market
price enables us to save you money on every
pair of shoes. . ,
' Come In and Ask About Them.
Pendleton's Popular Priced Shoe Store.
v 735 Main St
Uncle Sam and the American Forestry Association ask all the
ooys and girls in the cotry to build blrdhouses right away so
they'll be ready for spring newcomers. Children down In. Washing
ton are doing R with vim. This picture shows a blrdhouse that won
blue ribbon in Washington school contests being mounted in a
tree-byJts builders. Inset Is Peggy Dawr. daughter of War Secre
tary Baker, win. tbe blrdhouse tier brother Jack built (or lor.
is Co.laM51fffiis Co.