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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, fEtfOLETON, OUEGON, THURSDAY EVEItefl, ttZWB.7 17, 1921.
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People Here and There
fl, C. Blianklund, of rortlund, Is
here today on business,
Carl Engdnhl l in I'eiulletim from
his ranch at Hfllx totluy.
E V. Owultney, hardware, salesman,
Is In Pendleton on business, .
T j crinimlim. of Portland, , was
among the arrivals this morning from
W E Kockoiidorfor, it traveling
salesman from Walla Walla, la Id
Pendleton today. . ...
Harold Hudson, electrical salesman,
and J. H. SuTmint, dry goods sales-
nmn, left Inst evening In the latter'!'
uuto for Walla, Walla.i '
Irfiwell Kern of '-tile 8ttiils-Slorle
company, who has been ill with the
cpniisey lor severs; weeks, in now re
covered and ablu to be at work. ''
A' ' A irf.ttr.rtu flrn' nnrlin1 " lnft
lust nlKht for Portland where ho has
been called ns a witness before the
fudonii court m cases of liquor viola
ilun orlfc-limtUig In Pcdloton,,
: Catarrh Can Do Cured
Catarrh It local disease greatly Influ
enced by constitutional condition!. It
therefore requires conntituiloiml treat
ment. HALL'S CATAKKU MKDICINK
i taken Internally and acts through
tlia Wood on the Mucous Hurfaees of
the System, HALL'S C A T A H R H
MEPtCINB destroys the foundation of
the disease, givee the patient strength by
Improving the general health ans aslats
nature In doing Its work.
All Druggists. Circular! free.
F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Hector ' Alaiplierson, crop expert
from th Oregon Agricultural College,
CorwUlis, iirtbved In Pendleton this
morning fu attend a whciA growers'
meeting. He la a guest at the Pendle
. I'. M. Williams, of La Orandc, or
rived In the -city luat night.
& i OFFICES AND OFFICERS I
O. C, Morris la hero from Portland
today and 1h refc-istorcd at 'the St.
J. C. Hawkins, formerly secretary
of Hie .county, farm bureau"- and a
wheat Krower rcBldlug about 10 miles
north of Pendleton,, came to the city
today 'to ultend a wheat growers'
moetlug to be held' this afternoon.
There were 15 traveling salesmen
In Pilot Hoc It yesterday, which, nc
crding to K. H. lister, Is a record.
Mr. Lester 1m in town toduy on busi
ness. Ho operates a lumber yard
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Quality on These Prices
Those Delicious Hams, "per pound 33c
Strictly Fresh Eggs, dozen ............... 40c
Cane and Maple Syrup, 1-2 gallon B5c
Pancake Flour, OljTtipic, large pkg.. . ...... 40 so
Mother Premium Oats, large pkg i 50c 9
Puffed Rice. 7 nackaces $1.00 2
Ckrn Flakes, 2 large pgs 25c
Coffee, good grade bulk, pound 20c
Corn, solid pack, 6 cans for : . . . $1.00 S
Kraut, 1-2 gallon '. 50c
Other Substantials Priced Accordingly at jjj
The Economy Grocery 5
Phone 409 " Reliable Sen ice 113 V. SYebb
PHONE FOUR-O-K'INE FOR BETTER SERVICE
M. I.. Bmlth, pioneer merchant of
Helix, came to town on this morning's
train on business.
George Curnes, well known .mercli
ant of i'llot Hock, was in Pendloto'i
lani evening culling on friends.
Oscar and Fred Ilahr,- from Kah-
lotus, Wash., are In Pendleton on bus-
neHM und are at the 8t, George.
Irrlund Jh-cree . runted .
A decree of divorce in the ease of
flurry V. Irelund from IJitisy M. lie
land waa grantwl hy Cirt;ill Judge J.
VV. I'heliM late Wednesday. Hy the
terms of the decree the dufcndanl i
given the euxtody ot their minor chlio
and will receive a monthly stipend of
$T,o from the plaintiff.
8. A. I'urccll, a stockman from t'nl
on, Is a business visitor In I'endleton.
JIo arrived on No. 23 laHt night.
W, W. Oin,"coiinty nehool super
intendent, Is In Weston toduy, visiting
the schools of that city and vicinity.
John I. Huston, amlatunt cashier
of the I nked Htates National llank
of Vale, was a recent business visitor
C. W. I'aulus, cashier of the First
Hunk of I'UoJ. Hock, was . in Hcnul,!-
tnn Inst evening, (he guest of. Mr. anl
Mrs. L. C. fk'harpf, ,
W. A. Gilliam, stock man from Illot
Hock waM a iuin visitor in 1'emlle
ton today, lie collected bounty vn. a
coyote recently captured.
Mr. and Mr. V. H. Itogers, of Wal
la Walla, vlatcd In 1'nulli ton on Wed
Qesaay uiternoon. Mr. itogers I a
retired farmer In the ncUrh boring city.
Ted Holmes, auditor for the Stand
ard Oil Company, is a I'endleton visit
or. o Is Auditing the book of the
various Standard Oil agencie in the
Marlon Jack-, rancher iuid local
member of the stute fish and game
communion, returned od No. 24 this
morning from & business meeting to
Mrs. Charles Alsparh and Mrs. J. It.
Thomas, of Helix, arrive! In Pen
dleton today on a shopping and plea
sure visit and are iruests at the St.
pert rand S. Jcrard, local and Kast-
, crn Oregon manager for the Kquitable
Life Insurance Co.. left for I. Grande
this morning to spend the day oa a
business visit to his agent there.
Two Ka4 1 jid ('oiijik'w l;lineil
Marriage licenses were issued Wed
nesday afternoon hy the county clerk
to two couples residing in the cant end
of the county. The first was made
out to Orvttl Henry Keuteh und Mis
Mary K, Huher, both of Milton. The
second waa to Joseph Gullf,'her, of
W'ulla Walla, and Mra. Mabel Wizard,
Trial P?.ck2go Fres!
,Tt for b ehort time, fn ordflf vt
prove to many more thousands of;
women, that lirownatone is In fact
the perfect tint for gray, fated
utreakerl hair, the manufacturers of
this really woniletful preparation!
-will s'-nd a trial package freo to
til. who write at onee.
lirownatone is positively frnaran
teed and cannot injure the hair in
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TchtinHHiir b Taken. ,
'ICHtlmony In the homesteud con
test cane of Inane H. Kaucher verHUi
Itay Keller Is iieing taken today ut the
federal building by H. I. Keator um,
C. X. Jtundull, for Keller und Judgt
James A. Fee for Kaucher, before
A. N'ewherry, clerk of the felcra
court. The contest Is over a home
stead, the location being the south hal
of section 25, tiiwnship two, south
runno 32, taflt of the Willamette me
Car Willi lUaho I.icenne Held
-A car bearing an Idaho license oi
19 JO and driven by a man named
Wendler wan taken in charge" yester
day by Traffic Officer W. H. Lyday
The man was Interrogated as to why
he did ot have a 1921 license. A wire
today from the secretary of state sale
that the man hud applied ' Feb. 1!
for a 1921 Oregon license and that th
plaUi were (shipped on Monday. The
were not In evidence on the car when
detained last night. ,
(1. M. lUce, vice president of the
Judgment for $25oV Asked
!oren Seword today brought suit Ir.
circuit cojrt against E. T. Juvenal tt
recover judgment on two causes of ac
Uon. He a!lce that the defendant
owes him for t00 worth of straw,
1197.40 for summer fallow und $.'3l:
for seed grain. The debts were con
tracted In a leime of land but wore not
secured by mortgage aa'agTeed upon
In the contract. Pcarcey and Menden1
hull and Peterson, Hishop & Clark
represent the plaintiff.
Relatives of Mtirderrr Helping
Itelativea of Slilzu HhlbuUt, Ha
waiian Japanese, who recently murder.
d M. Okamato, Japanese gambler,
after a night of gambling, are coming
to his oasistauce, according to the
sheriff's office. They have sent money
First National Hank, was a l.onie-jand arranged for counsel to defend
wffld Wbur o&lu&bles cot '6e
J Ctxre in our zauifs I M
oming passenger from Portland on
So .24 thin morning. He ha leen In
the city since Monday on business.
I(. M. Mayberry. assijilunt cashier
of the Inland Knipire bunk, is ill at
his home today with a severe cold.
which lias threatened to develop into
grip, jji.m reports were that he waa
Improving, a temperature having sub
,N. B. LenvelJ, orgnnlwition managci
for the Oregon firain Growers' Aaso-
cUttlnn, is in Pendleton today in the in
tcrcsts of the associatio. From here
he will go to La Grande and Baker to
put the objects of the unni lailnii lu.
! for the grain men of Union and Baker
On his first ions trip uvEdger Hicks,
aged 13. who left Milton Tuesday for
Clarendon. Texas, where he will Join
hla parents. He l a brother of Carl
Hicks of this city and visited him here
Tuesday. The youngster's parent
went to Texas by automobile and Ed
gar Is Joining them for the remainder
of the winter and the coming summer.
OU should stop wprryiiig
about the probable loss of
your valuables. A safe de
posit bo: in our vault will cost you
but a Rmiili sum a year, and you
alone will have access to them.
Pay Cash Receive More -Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court' Phone 880
Look Up Our Ad for Saturday's Specials
Special for Friday
M. J. B. Coffee, B Grade, a brand new article in
Coffee. This' Coffee is guaranteed or
j your money kick. - x
-1 Pound .
We have a new lot of ORANGES just in.
3 DOZEN FOR 50c , , , ;
Pay Cash ' ' ' Receive More ' Pay Less
203 E. Court " V"" Phone 880
H. E. nickers, Carl Kupers and L.
U Rogers left by nuto this morning
for Attalia, Wash., where they will In
spect progress being made by the Co
lumbia Basin Oil Co. The company
is pushing its well deeper Into the
bowels of the earth In hopes of strik
ing oil In Paying quantities. Small
amounts have already flown from the
shaft, according to men Interested In
tho project. "
" S. M. Crawford, prominent Eastern
Washington lumberman and vice pres
idunt if the Vmatilla Kaplds Power
Rita aiwociatlon, was here yesterday
primarily for the purpose of visiting
hla friend and business associate A. H.
Cox, who is III. During the afternoon
Mr. Crawford met with Judg Phelps
and other workers ort tho power move
ment and discussed plans for the
meeting at Walla Walla Saturday.
Checking up on shipments of beaver
hides from (Jregon to Kastern fur
companies is one of the duties which
has occupied the time of George Ton
kin, U. S. game warden, during the
winter. Mr. Tonkin, who arrived in
the city yosterdny (or a week's stay
says that many hides have been ship
ped! fraudulently under tho name of
other furs. He stntes that Umatilla
county has some beaver, there being
a colony on a promontory of the Uma
tilla river between Umatilla and Her
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Fhtbata when he goes to trial for the
murder. The man has not been In
dieted yet as no grand. Jury will meet
until late in March, preparatory to the
opening of the April term of the cir
cuit court. ' S'hlbuta is taking his plight
calmfj', the officers say.
KKV. W. A. OUKSSMAV
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from Spokane where he was pastor of
the Christian church for the pnt year
and a half, has been in the ministry
for 13 years. Prior to his work In
Ppokane he was in Toledo. Ohio, anil
Lnnplnt?, Michigan. He is t graduate
of the University of Michigan and the
Eugene Pihle school und ilso took
nprk at the University of Oregon. Mrs.
Uressman and their four year old son
accompanied him here.
The work of the new pastor will he-
gin next Sunday, with a week of spe
cial meetings. Rev. Gressman will
speak and Joseph X. Scott will act as
any way hut will iulekly trannform
fray, fnderl hnlr in tho moHt a mai
ns: manner to that your friends
will marvel in rfe you growing;
yonng'T ;ntenl of older.
ltctrular Lotties can be hal from
any druK-l-t at B0c and 1160.- Ti
colors: "I.lifht to Xlfdlum Brown"
tt d "Park Urnwii in I!lack."
Tor a fren trlnl bottle with, essv.
complete dlreetlons, -Bd II osts
to pay pr.Maire. i.nckln anil wtr
tax to Tlie Kenton Hiarmaca! Co..
Ui'J Cuppla max.. Covington, Ky.
Keryl Hod gen; Arthur Watson, who
didn't want Ut lie engaged, Lionel Le
rouic; Jack, Ted and Hiek. "friends of
Arthur, Paul Jonee, Joe Records,
Kieth McUuniels: Miss Abienil I'ar
ons, a woman of ideas, JDella Rec
ords; Mrs. W'iLlwtn, a gentle person,
Rela Kralman; Marie, Jane and Ma
ble, friends of I.ueile, Gladys Records,
Mary Peck, Healtry Kcan; Mary,
Martin Henry's aunt, cook at Persona.
Ilene Krurtihah; first and second girl,
llene Krumbah and Lola Stark; first
'tnd second gypsy, Hattie Allen and
After th ptsy. M's It';! Hoblis,
one of the high school faculty, enter
tained th'j players with the teachers at
a valentine s'tpper.
A feature of the play was the danc
ing of the minuet in Martha and
George Washington costumes by eight
pupils of Miss Pauline Beck's grades.
Miss Delia PhillppI is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. Judge
Kelly of I'resoott.'
Mr. and Mrs. Pert Rominger of
Demlng. Xew Mexico, will as toon as
the health of Mr.
The drop in the price of silver bu"0" n
ables us to make a 20 per cent reduction in
all sterling silver.
This reduction makes it a most opportune
time for you to buy silver-as silver is now
as low as we can reasonably expect.
Silver is a "Gift That Lasts."
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
spending a few days witii his sister.
Mrs. Khk. Mr. Romlne Is in poor
health and is in the Walla Walla val
ley in hopes the cliniuto will be of
benefit to him.
llernadlnc Hobbs of Walla Wal '
spent Sunday with, her sister, . Mias
Rev. Btockton left Monday for Helix
where he has been engaged to fill the
pulpit of the Paptist church for few
Travis HoskinS spent a few das
last week in this vicinity visiting relative-.:.
Gladys Eacon, the five year old
daughter of M" and Mrs. Roy Hacon,
on Friday afternoon met with a pain
ful accident which may cause the loss
of her finger. With the other chil
dren she was getting sugar f.-'.n a bin
which held lot) pounds of tw-r .T'.d
Rominger pernrtn'in some ay it slammed hacii, eaLch-
move back to Oregon. Bince Mr. Ro
minger had an operation for appendi
citis, he had la grij.pe, which left him
in very poor health.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harrah have
moved hack to the Walla Walla valley
and are looking for a location nfjer
spending the winter months Philo
math. During the past week they vis
ited with Mr. J. K Harrah, his broth
On Thnrsdnv C. W. Records.' Ray
Records and Howard Messenger made
I business trip to Pendleton.
Miss Frances Reehe of Doardman,
enent the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
Dan J. Kirk.'' Miss Reebe's brother
was at one time n teacher at Uma-
James nomine of Asotin, also is
ing her finger as it went. Che was
ken to Dr. Thomas' office where the
f'nger was found badly crushed and
a small artery severed.
Miss Maisie Wilson spent the week
end with her jareutsr Mr. and Mrs. J.
Wilson. M.ss Wilson teaches at Yel
low Hawk school.
MiK Isobel entertained at a Valene
tine party for her high school com
panions on Monday evwnmg. All re
port a pleasant evenig.
'!H.r, Thin, Weak, Afflicts
Croat Maiority of Psepls
"Vhether In scrofula, seres, boils,
anil emotions; or as' rheumatism
with str mtniitff pains nd achts in
lir.-.'-s. joints or rr.ucie; as caurrh
v.th i's disaKreeable infiammatio
and d;schurge; in disturlied dige-,
tin, or draiging down debility and
tired feeling. it is corrected by (
Hood's jSarsaparilla. that snost
e.T..iom:Val and reliable blood ren
e 'V an 1 building-up tonic. Thoa
fa'tids use this medicine and praies
it lor wonderful relief. Made from
the most valuable remedies that
plivlfians know, and unparalleled
in 'character, quality, taste and cur
ative power. When a cathartic is
needed, use Hood's Pills
lor JlQCord Crot
jsno. i? o ff
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(Kast Oregonjan Special.)
UMAP1.V& Feb. 17. Tlie student
body of the Vmapine high school net
ted for themselves as a result of the
play, "Engaged by, Wednesday," giv
en on, Friday night, the sum of JSW.OO
Tho audience which filled the hall
enjoyed the comedy and the splendid
way In which all the actors and act
resses took their parts reflected much
credit upon their training. At the
close of the evening,' the pure bred
white Andulusian rooster which was
used In the play was' raffled off and
the lucky winner - was Miss Florence
W'ithcc. . Arrangements are being
made to preseut ilie play' at Athena
some time next week.
The cast was "as follows: Martin
Henry, the laziest man In tho country.
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planted, and every
-OUR SEED CATALOG
and Planters' Guide ia the
Standard reference for
growers of the Northwest,
fisting oar complete lines of
of Seeds, Trees and Plants,
Fertilizers, Poultry and Bee
fuppties. Sprays and
prayers. Dairy Supplies
biggest return. Diamond
Quality Seeds are tested
and adapted to the clima
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you plant Diamond Qual- ,
AA far Catalog A'-710 "
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A petition from resldcirts along Ash
street was allowed, asking for a sewei
extension of 330 feet. Along with the
petition was presented a preliminary
OMimato of ccist by the city engineer.
The 'improvement will cost J399, ac
cording to his figllleS.
Ordinance on Kdlrenivnt
An ordinance fixing tho manner In
which the city may call for the retire
ment of bonds after the period of 20
years on them has expired was Intro
duced and passed with the emergency
clause. vThe city may ndvertlse in its
ofricial newspajSor for .11) days the fact
that It wishes to retire these optional
bonds, itt tho expiration of which time
they will be due and payable.
Joe Kll was Issued a iermit to niter
the Interior of his building t 7SB Main
Mrect at tin estimated cost of ill, the
bluldlng Iwlng within the fire limits.
Tho large number of ordinances and
resolutions to read and the motions to
h.,.i kntit thp cmlm-ll tit session
if ''f I....-..-.- v - V
'r..iii a few niinulos iHtorc 1" o clock.
WeH equipped dental offices can now repair
plates and bridges. A broken tooth is no renson
why a plate should be discarded. ' A new toothor
several of them can be vulcanized onto the old
plate and make the service absolutely as good as
ever, i New facings can be put on bridges; bridges
can be repaired or lengthened ; crowns can bere
set and other numerous repairs can be made that
will save much in time and money, and add greatly
to your comfort and attractiveness. If you meet
with an accident that injures-your plate in any vry
consult your dentist about repairs before you dis
card it for a new one. You can often prevent a
k Connlt.lt km lYooly itvcn III . .
all lX'ntnl llrimohcs.
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Phone. ST llnurs ' Taylor Hardware Rids.
Over ,' 9 A. M- to & P. M. lYndlcton, Oregon
The llub, Appointment to suit you
Buy Oliver Tlows Now at a New Price.
' See the 19B Gangs with Tractor Hitch now on our
Stiirds & Storrie