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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 11. 1921.
People Here and There
ifuuWyir. Htclwer mill II
'represent the, plulnt I ff.
E. A. Tudor In In Pendleton today
E. A. Bngdahl In In Pendleton from
Miss A. I ISrown was an arrival
here UiIh morning from t.a Grande and
later In the day departed for Walla
Wulla on business.
Hershel Bond, who Is well known In
Pendleton, In here on business. He
represents the Stutz Co., automobile
Harry Silvers, a traveling salesman
with headquarters In Lou Angeles, is
calling on the tradoTn Pendleton to
day. , .
Charles K. Cranston,, secretary of
the Pendleton Commercial Association,
was a. passenger to Walla Walla today
on a business trip. .
n. P.. Tucker, who has been in Pen
dleton for several weeks organlzlnu
the city for Community Service, left
this afternoon on a week end visit to
relatives who reside at Snohomish,
.Wash. Ho plans to bo back In Pen
dleton on Monday.'
Fred Ilennlon, county agent, is In
HVrmlston today to conduct a pruning
Will Iteevcs. Dromlnent Stanflcld
man who Is identified with the pro
rreas of the west end county, is a
business vlsltorf In Pendleton today.
W, It. Vinson, of Uosnburg, father
of Dr. B. O. Vinson of this city, and
UK Kalph Vinson,, of Portland, a
brother of the local man, -ore Pen
dleton visitors. Dr.; Ralph Vinson Is
a dentist also.
.T. E. Pollock, of Pilot Rock, and
Frank Michael, also of that vicinity,
are here today on business. Both are
stock men and Mr. Pollock reports
that he rerontly sold some fat cattle
to a Pilot Hock butcher for 7 1-2
cents, which Is belter than tnat pnui
in Portland. Cattle are In fine condt
Hob and the weianer- is very iavor
able, tho visitors slate. ' ,
J. H. West, constable of the new
Justice district recently created near
Krcewater and formerly Deputy sheriff
at Preewater, is a business visitor In
tho city today. Air. West also operates
a small soft drink and cigar business
In the fruit city.
. . : - a
John L, Johnson, rancher 'from the
Nolln country, was In Pendleton today. I
Henry Rhode was in the city today
from Helix and collected a few county
dollars for a coyote sculp,
! Commitslinicrs Isik Over Hoods,
j County commissioners Bean and
I Dunning went to the 'uyiixe. vicinity
today to look Into tho condition of
roads on the reservation along the up
per river. They returned this after
noon. No repairs have been rnuile to
the 1'tnat.llla river bridge at Mission,
For Expectant Mothers
Csed By Three Ceiemons
HI! KM ftOGKLET OtHIKHOOO MM IM VAST, fit
utriiia muuto Co., Dipt. 10. Atusn. it.
"A mun'H word that It Is whisky or
not whisky Is not sufficient in the trial
of liquor violation cases In the federal
court," Fred Currey, prohibition en
forcement officer from Portland, here
today, said. "An expert must tak
tests of the stuff held ax evidence and
make a scientific report. For example
Hydrometer tests are made for alcohol
content and specific grovity tests made
for the strength of the liquid offered
as whisky. Vou cannot Just say that;
it is moonshine and convince the Jury1
Mr. Curry, formerly a La (Iraude and
Portland newspaper man and onre city
manager at La (irande, is well kiuiwn
here and will remain In Pendleton
probably until Monday. ,
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
Uesertlon Charged by Wife
Desertion is the grounds upon which
Xeltle H .Austin today applied for a
divorce from Kdward F. Austin. She
is represented in the action by J. B.
Iloliliiimi Carrier Complains. '
The mull carrier on llohiman route
today lodged complaint with the
county court over the condition of a
piece of road near lloldinan, which
has been In need of repairs for months
he Buys, and la now next to impas
sible owing to reeent rains. Unless re
lief is forthcoming there will be accl-
ociiis ai me spot meiuioneu and pnr
haos mull service will be Interfered
with, he told the court.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
s Saturday We Offer
2 '. - pi
P Large 13 oz. tins of Pure Fruit Jam in the fol- g
3 lowing flavors: Raspberry and Apple, Apricot, 2
O Plum, Peach, Blackberry, all at 15c per tin, $1.65 3
P per dozen. 9
BULK COFFEE, GOOD GRADE
8 6 Lbs. for $1.00 ' j
O Head Lettuce, per head 10c O
hi Cheese, per pound 3oc to
9 lne Economy grocery s
113 W.Webb . Phone 409
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
OkHinau Kstnto In Probate.
I 'pon petition of COroner J. T.
Brown, he was appointed administra
tor of the estate of the' late M. Oka-
matA, murdered Japanese, today.. The
estate is estimated at $150.
IHvorco Case Into (v-coii.l Day.
The divorce case of Arlle Vinson vs.
II. G. Vinson, begun yesterday In cir
culcourt, was continued there today.
Tho case Is being contested and Is de
veloping considerable legal attention.
McKay Creek Bridge Shaky.
The steel bridge aoroig McKay
creek near the Rockwell place, about
nine miles south of Pendleton, is In
danger of washing out, according to
word reaching the county commission
ers. The roadmastor In that district
had a force of men at work yesterday
trying to ave the bridge and today
the work is continuing. J.twt reports
were that the bridge had not gone out
but that It was not considered safe for
' Suet on Account.
Frenk Brotherton today filed suit In,
circuit court against J. V. Phillips
and C. W. Todd to collect $28fl.l5. al
leged due for goods and merchandise
delivered the defendants. R. D. IVtcr
(on represents the plaintiff.
Liquor Caws Before Judge!
Trial of the (party arrested yester
(iay morning by Deputy Sheriffs Wcs
Spears and William Lyday en route to
Pendleton with 50 gailofis of moon
shlno was to be held before County
"ud?e I. M. Schannep this afternoon.
Bill Hurt, Jimmy Osborne, Albert Key,
Kllen Com poo a nd Maude Sampson, j
the last named being squaws, were de.
fendaM In the csiec. When the local
officials have bad their say, tho gov
ernment will prosecute, it Is under
stood. i '
A Judicious Inquiry
A well known traveling mnn who
visits the drug trado, says he has often
heard druggists n.ik a customer, who
wished to- buy a cough medicine,
whether It was for a child or nn adult
and if for a child, they almost Invar
Ibly recommended Chspiberlain'r
Cough Remedy. The reason for this is
that they know there is no danger
from It and that It always cures. There
Is not the least danger In giving it and
for colds, croup and whtopln coujth
hamlSTlaln's Cough Remedy Aid'
' Medicines that old nature are always
most eiioeiuai. Chamberlain's Cough
itemetiy acts on this plan. It allays
tne cough, relieves the lungs, uids ex
pectoration, opens the secretions -ano
aids nature In restoring the system to
a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its good qualities. Try It
when you have a cough or cold.
Cor Indigestion and Constipation.
"The nicest and pleasantest medicine
II have used for Indigestion and consti
pation Is Chamberlain Tablets,"
ft rites Melard F. Craig, Middle Grove,
X. Y. They work like a charm and
oo not gripe or leave any unpleasant
They Appeal to Our Sympathies
The bilious and dyspectlc re con
slant sufferers and appeal to our sym
ramies. Atany such, however,, have
been completely restored to health by
tho use of Chamberlain's Tablets.
These! tablets strrigthen the stomach,
invigorate the liver and Improve the
digestion. They also cause a gentle
movement of trs bowels. When you
have anytrouble1 with your stomach
give them a trial.
Milum Paiik Jcts Judgments,
The Klrst .National Hank of Milton
today was given two Judgments by
default on actions in the circuit court.
The first was tor $1500 , from Joe
Hodgson and the second for thliO from
I.. G. Htumbaugh and Dolly Stum-'
; haugh. ,
Ixsul Cmiphi IJcriiHcd to Wed1.
A marriage license was issued to
day by the county clerk to Jtohert
Jenkins and Mlfs Daisy Jones, both of
Pendleton Tlley plui to be married
on Mondny, St. Valentine's day. Mr.
Jenkins is with the American Railway
Express Co. here.
Cruelty Charged by Wife.
Klnore L. Edmlstcn today filed suit
for divorce from Jesse I.. Kdmlsten,
to whom she was married In Pendle
ton in June, 1919. She charges him
with cruelty and blames liquor. Haley,
.T--jr -T -i ' -17..
Wheat dropped in price today.
March wheat closed at $1.65 3-8
wMle May closed at $1.54. Yesterday
.March cloned at $1.87 3-4 and Ma at
Following" are the quotations from
Overbeck &. Cooke, local brokers:
Open. High . Low. Close
March 1.65 l.6t 1.G.T4 l.5 94 -
1.D5 1.55 1.52 4
.!, .68 W .C7 )g
.61 '4 .69 'i, .C8 ,
SELL LIGHT PLANT TO
l niatilla county Is to be asked to
reimburse property owners In the
west end of the city for damages sus
tained by reason of the high wal.
Tuesday night. It is alleged the, dam
age was due to the bridge across Tu
tuilla cieek being too short to per
mit the flcod waters to pass afi It did
bef-ire tife bridge was constructed.
Tlie property owners hae employed
Attorney G. W. Coutts of this ciy
and the firm of Richards & Richards
of Portland to represent them. At
torney Xorman 8. Richards spent
Thuiixlay in the city, looking over the
liituaiion and xamininrf witnesses. He
returned to Portland last nfsht and
Mr. Coutts will handle the case uulil
it is ready for trial.
Mr. Coutts said today that the city
will not be brought into the fuit as in
bis opinion the county is alone re
pponslblo fcr tho conditions complain
The property owners say the actual
damages s. 'stained together with the
rt,1110,.ia , IrtM nf wrrmnt V vtll ammmt
EVERYBODY, SAYS AGENT! to $30.000.00.
OF A Vt'ATCH
"The beautiful rests on the foundation
of the neceasary." Emerson.
Thp real value of a watch is hidden in ;
the movement beyond the perception of the
. The beauty of
GRUEN GUILD WATCHES
is more than "case deep."
The designs of the Gruen Cases appeal,
by their artistic merit to those who seek in
a watch Beauty of Design as well as accur
ate lime keeping qualities. .
You may choose your watch on appear
ance with assurance of satisfaction, if the
name of Gruen is on the movement.
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
fJltKKK I IX.WCK SIvRIOl'S
ATHENS, Feb. 11. (A. P.) Econ
omic conditions In Greece are becom
(Continued trom page 1.)
Etich package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains simple directions of diamond
dye worn, shabhy skirts, waists, dress
es, coats, gloves, stockings, sweaters,
draperies, coverings, everything,
whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or
mixed goods, new, rich, fadeless colors.
Buy "diamond Dyes," no other kind,
then perfect results are guaranteed.
Druggist has Color Card.
JOIN THE 131(1
Friday and Saturday Specials
WE ARE GIVING YOU THESE SPECIALS ON GROCERIES TO HELP YOU
LOWER THE COST OF YOUR LIVING. GROCERIES WE OFFER YOU ARE ALL
GUARANTEED TO BE A GOOD QUALITY OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.
WITH EVERY ORDER OF $10.00 WE , WILL GIVE 5 PER CENT TRADE DIS
COUNT, EXCEPT SUGAR BY SACK.
We have a few irooms
value $1.2;. Special
7 cans Snow Peak....$1.00
5 cans Preferred
6 cans Weber Valley
4 cans Monopole
. Peas $1.00
4 cans Preferred
Bulk English Breakfast,
per pound 23c
Hills Blue Label, Jap,
per pound ....(l.'o
Basket Fired, per pound ...IWo
,9 pounds Oats 65c
9 pounds Corn Meal....45c
9 lbs. Graham Flour.. 65c
9 pounds Farina 75c
9 pounds Flour 65c
11 pounds ...:..i..:..'...$i.oo
100 pounds $9.00
12 pounds Jap ..........$1.00
8 pounds Head $1.00
16 lbs. Small White..$1.00
11 pounds Pink $1.00
9 pounds Lima $1.00
16 Bars Crystal White,
Eggs, guaranteed: fresh, dos. 40c
Rutter, Gold Crest, 2 lbs...l.05
10 cans Hebe Milk $1.00
7 cans Carnations . , 11.00
; EXTRA SPECIAL
With. every order of $10.00 In
groceries we will give 5 per cent
trade discount, except sugar by
7 Cans Standard ......... tt.ffa
4 cans Monopole ........ .$1.00
4 cans P. S. Corn 1,00
, KARO SYRUP
J gallon light tl-V
1 gallon dork 85c
1 gallon Liberty Hell $1.65
1 gallon Tea Oarden .... .$1.63
1 gal. (iolden Marshmallow $1.23
1 pound best 16c
10 pound bq,x $1.40
7 packages Corn Flakes ..$1.00
7 packages Puff Wheat. . .$1.00
7 packages Post Tonsties. .$1.00
S packages Oats, Oly $1.00
3 pkagea Cream of Wheat $1.00
2 pound pall .'So ,
J jionnds Crlseo "0o
4 Carnation Shorlcnlng "5e
4 Snow Drift ;..$l.00
No. G Holly Lard $I.M
6 pound Bivifts $1.40
Despain & Lee Grocery Go.
phone 445 ' 209 E. Court St
Somebody once wrote a play entitl
ed "It Pays to Advertise. John
Vaughan, electrical contractor, is con
vinced, however, that truth Is stronger
than fiction and Is ' convinced. The
conviction comes from an advertise
ment run in the Daily East Oregoni-
an on May 31. 1917.
K letter from a man In Huston,
Ida., enclosing the ad, was received
by Mr. Vaughan today. The copy was
for ah eleetyc lighting plant for farms
and the writer says he believes he
could place one of these plants on
the ranch of a rather penurious nei
ghbor. Trices quoted were of pre
Long since, the local dealer has
ceased to handle the plant advertised
and had almost forgotten it until the
letter and ad were received.
such (other) deputies as may be Nec
essary, but whose number and com
pensation shall be .determined and
fixe I by the county court of Umatilla
(St (9) County school superin
tendent, ($1,800) $2,400. In addition
thereto he shall receive not to exceed
$800 annually to defray his traveling
expenses, which expenses shall be au
dited and allowed by the county cocn
the 3ame manrer as ot'rer bills are
audited, and allowed; pr
whenever one or more coun'y :"
supervisors is or are employed in
ounty, then and In thai event no sum
whatever shall be allowed to said
ounty sthool superintendent for trav-
elim: expcns.es or otherwise.
Section 2. This amendatory act
liall be referred to the people ot
I'malilla county In the state of Ore
gon for their ?atiricaion or rejection
at th-.' nect gei.eral election to be nm
in provided, that If a .special
election Is called prior to that date,
this measure shall be submitted to the'
people of wild county at such ekctioa.
and shall be in full force and effect
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Cmuilla county, state of Oregon,
"Rape's Cold Compound"
Breaks any Cold
' in Few Hours
Instant P.elief! Don't tay stuffed
ii p! Quit lilowing and snuffling! A
ol dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" tak-1-1
en every two hours until three doses
are taken usually breaks up any cold.
The very first dos opens clogged
nostrils and' the air passages of the
head; stops nose runntng; relieves the
headache, dullness, feverlshnese.
"Pape's Cold Compound" acta Quick,
sure, and costs only a few cents at drug
stores. It acts without assistance,
tastes nice, contains no quinine In
siKt upon Pape's'
B. P. Irvine, editor of the Oregon
Journal and a speaker of ability, will ;
be in Pendleton February 15 to speak
In the Interests of Near East Relief, j
He will address a mass meeting at the
Christian Church at 8 p. m. on Febru-
ary 15. j
- To bring the relief work to the no-!
tlce of the people of Pendleton, Joseph I
N. Scott, county chairman has made 1
ftrrangements with the Ijjdies Aid so- j
cieties of the various churches to serve ;
a dinner In the Christian Church base
ment at 6 p. m. February 15. Sir.
Irvine wll lspeak Rt the dinner also. A
fee of 50 cents a plate will be charged
to defray the expenses.
J. C. Penney Co.. A Nation-Wide Institution
CLEANING UP BOXING
jt 4- ', ' " "I
f, ' :. ; ?
V- - $ " J
' William A. Gavin has com? to
be the power back of New York
tate'a boxing law. He wrote the
boxing taw of the Emplra state.
It. Is now being accepted as a
Diodel everywhere. Recently he
called a boxing congress in New
York at which plans were made to
supervise the game. His purpose
Is to bring It up to the tevol
rescued la England,.
LADIES' SHOES $2.69
Several different Styles,
black kid or gun metal
leathers, low heels.
Opposito Hotel Pendleton
LADIES' SHOES, $2.98
Serviceable kid and calf
leathers, co m b i n i n g
comfort and service.
- New Shoes and Lower
Prices Are Here
In our south window is a comprehensive showing of new shoes for mother
and the children at prices considerably lower than you have -been able to buy
them for several years. . .
Compare the quality and prices of our shoes with those you may find r;
where, in Pendleton or elsewhere. ,
Dr. Scholl's personally trained representative, here February 23 and 24.
Your foot troubles diagnosed without charge.
Brown Kid, Cuban Heel, $9.50
Select kid stock, dark brown color, Goodyear welt
sole. Imitation tip, medium toe nd vamp; sizes 3
to 9, AAA to C $9.50
Black Kid Cuban Heel, $7.90
Fine black kid fashioned over a popular pointed last,
of medium length vamp; Ooodyear welt sole, Cu
ban heel, imitation tip; sizes 3 to 9, AAA to C ST. 941
Brown Kid, Military Heel, $5.90
A Very neat shoe that fits and wears well: dark
brown kid, medium too and vamp, close edge sole.
Imitation tip, military heel; sizes J 1-2 to S, B to
D; pair 5.9l
Black Kid, Military Heel, $4.98
In this number we offer a shoe of good appearance,
made from fine black kid stock on n comfortable
last, with close edife sole and military heel; sizes
3 1-2 to S, C and D widths; pair Sl.HS
. (iitowixti ;iiu.s'
c;rx mktal, i..v
A shoe of sturdy leather for
school or street wear; hich
grade gun metof stock,
'loidyear wolt solo, in.i'ri
ttor. tip, low heel, as pic
tured; sizes 2 1-2 to 7 $1.50
gkowixm mitus- nuowx
Made on practicably the same
iast as the shoo ixhove;
stock is of hich grade
brown calf; sizes i 1-2 to ?.
BROWN Rill, Cl-OTH TOP,
A shoe showing more quaVty
than this lew price would
indicate: dark brown III
with harmonizing cloth
top. close edge sole, mili
tary heel. air .tt.9h
GIX JIKTAL. MII.ITAKV
Cl"od quality gun metal viir.t?
and quarter with so't l id
top. good wfight extension
tolc, nlilit.-.ry heel . ..$3.50
v Scuffers, $2.69, $2.98
As an Investment for the protection of restless little feet there
ts nothing in shoe" leathers to beat Scuffers; black Kid,
brown calf or gray elk; lace or baton; sizes 5 1-2 to It.
Child Two-Tone Kid, $2.19, $2.49
A clever little dress shoo that allows plenty of toe room with
soft leathers, easy on tender feet; dark brown kid with liKht
kid top; sizes 2 1-3 to 8 tl.19, $2.1
vms.ta -ia-.si v Bin
-enney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution