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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1081.
People Mere and
A Complete Treatment for Rheumatism
jvJ u;U . liG 11 IIP
Mr. and Str. Curl Gilbert of Kcho
were Pendleton visitor yefitcrduy,
having driven up from the went end
hihI Hheep runch on Htewart creek.-Montgomery, with Koland Oliver, own
Thin In near I'llot Ituok. He went out
thin morning on the i'llot llcck flyer.
Hubert MclJee hu returned to Pcn
1 dloton from tfot liike where he had
tiim taking tri.ntment for R' hwoIIpm
foot caused from tunxll trouble. . '
t'nio utorm night, before hint rtmde
no trouble whatever on the (null) It r
of the ). w: H. & N. Co. any! II. W.
HIckM, travelling pniuengcr uttent of
the line, now In the city. However on
the He nil branch some difficulty rone
from mud Hlldeti in the flem huteH river
When Joe Kimery wim a "greeter"
lid hold forth at the Hotol Bt. tltforgo
ha and Mm. Kimery were evert hettej
known In Pendleton than they are at
preHeni. iow incy are growing wiieav
on an exteneive acalo near Kcho. Mr.
Klnicry came up taut evening on a hnr.
rled 'hopping expedition, returning to
the farm the morning local.
C. W, Mathewa In a renldftit of Pen
dleton but after ho ha xpcnl a certain
length "f time In the city he finds it
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( 1C Q. Wurner'a family Uvea on went
jHckmm mreet in Pendleton, but hl
principal btutln In to produce aheep
and wool. Ha returned thin morning
to hi ranch on Hulter Creek after fi
tew day Hpcnt with the family.
Spokane realty men do not confine
their effort to- tlio city of Spokane or
the territory adjacent thereto. .T. A.,
Porn of the firm of Itopklne Ic Horn.1
cume down from that ely yHterday to
negotiate a iblg Umatilla eiXinty ranch
(leal. He Im In conference with Coutte
S, Averlll today.
. Kenneth Htendal. who ulayed half
pn the Pendleton high school football,
team thla year and forward on the
basketball team, left today for Se
attle where be will remain until June.
He will-then return here anq engage
In road work. He Is a ncnlor and nan
sufficient credits to graduate.
C. H. Marsh and John Montgomery
left this afternoon for l-ewlxtown,
Montana, to look after their land in-,
tereets there. Mr. Marsh ami Air.
PHONE FOUR-aNINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
rThe Father of Our
First in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of his
countrymen George Washington
THE GROCERY OF PENDLETON
- First in price, first in service, first in the hearts
, '' J .; of our customers.
The Economy Grocery
s It was easy to chap a cherry tree, but we find it
hard to chop prices, but we're doing it. Watch this
space. . - .
113 W. Webb
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
wheat land in Montana which is being
furmcd by Mr. Oliver und M. O. Un
' To most of his friends he is know n
a Jack ('lark but on the official reu.
crds of the linlxhtB of Yplhtas he Is
limed as W. J. H. Clark, grand chan
cellor of Oregon. Mr. Clnrk Is In Pen
dleton today having arrived on No, 17
at noon. Ho is accompanied by Walter
'ileesun, grand keeper of records and
seal who Is aboiit as well known In the
state of Oregon as was his predecessor
the lute L. it, Stiiuion. The two men
ere going to Milton for a meeting with
the lodge there this evening. On Wed
nesday evening they will visit the K. uf
P. lodge at Adams.
'The National Remedy"
Three Preparations Iii One
J'rovo I'tuh Is the ljome town of a
party sojourning her today. Those
in the group are- Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Thompson, Mrs. Zlna Thompson and
son and Mr. and Mrs. IK' loss Btewart.
W. M. Kllgore of Athena was here;
last night. He is the father of 8. to
:CilirorA who Is now bolnar cared for In I
hosultal here. ! '.
AKTM 'IlIC TOXIC, not only purifies the blood, but also pro
motes digestion, and assimilation of food. It is made from
roots, her bs and berries and contains no mercury, salicylate
or minerals. As a tonic It Is proven and its continued use will
build, up the entire system, estates better appetite and In
creases the weight where nieded. It is valuable In strenbth
entng weak kidneys and its prompt effort where the urine Is
dlncolord or has a bad odor, will create an early confidence
In the treatment. '
ASTI-I'IUC OH te to be used to maiuage the parts which
Are sore and swollen. This should be done at loast twice
daily, preferably for fifteen minutes in the morning and fif
teen minutes in the evening. The oil is purely vegetable In its
nature and will not lrrirtnte or Inflame the skin.
PI M.M AN PI1.I.S are supplied In sufficient quantity to last
during the life, of the treatment. It Is Important that the
bowels be kept open at this time and the pUla will be useful
In restoring the bowels to normal. They contain no Ingredi
ents to conflict with the element In the tonic.
Frank Michael Jr., of Pilot Rock,
was here this morning to meet a Rioter j
arriving' from California, leaving for
home after the latter's arrival. j
M. U Coin was a passenger on the j
t'matllla stage ttfday, being bound fur
his home at Kcho,
A Money Hack Guarantee
With Every Paekngr.
Mr. and Mrs. U A. Btanley of Baker
were here this morning and left by
auto stage for Walla Walla.
The busy bees will meet at the li
brary at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
. i Pur Sato by
PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY.
W. J. Thorne, of Holdmnn, was a
visitor In the city .yesterday
have been 'looking fur M-v' ral months,
-i Alrked no at 'Pasco this morning.
, He is a -former resident of the Kree
water country and is charged with s
! statutory offense. Deputy Sheriff
! IMdgeway will brlnir him to the county
Pean of Btanfield, is here to-
K. Morgan of Sum field has been
county seat visitor today. '
Rudolph Jacobson of
ttered at a local hotel.
Helix is reg-
Ooorge' A. Algrlght of Kennewlck,
Wash, is a visitor in the tfty today. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. I Semple of Cayuse
are In town today. ,
(Oontlnu-id from pag 1.)
J. C. Ifurvey of Colorado Springs,
Colorado 1 a Pendleton visitor.
are strongholds thataM
5 T F you want to make sirre that your
A jewelry and other valuables are
protected let our safe deposit vault
take care of them for you. Our ser
. vice is courteous, and the expense is
"light. V ' - :.
PayCash Receive More s Pay Less
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
)9 E. Court : Phone 880
22 Bars of White Laundry Soap and 1
pkg. of Washing Powder for
1 ' : $1.20 a 1
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain & Lee Cash Grpcery
209 E. Coiirt . Phone 880.
A. J. ninehart is here from his home4
at Roosevelt, Wash.
O. . Uobblna of Canute la in the
city today accompanied by his family.
H. G. Chase, who lives at Wheeler.
Wash, is now in Pendleton on a visit.
DnstiiCKS Itallu Quiet,
Locil business men report that bus
Inesw Is quiet today tjecause of the
holiday. Merchants believe that mat
ters will Improve after the payment of
taxes this year.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Nulnry Pulse l.-IWcii.
PALKM. Feb. 22. tt. P.) Tlie
house decisively defeated the bill In-
he salaries of district at
torneys throughout the Btate.
The house unanimously adopted the
bill authorizing incorporated cities to
purchase sites, erect and maintain
communtty houses for the benefit of
Treasurer In lllot Itot-k ,
Miss Orace- Gilliam, county Ireasbr
er, took advantage' of the holiday to
visit Pilot Uock, where she has some
relatives and many friends.
Ctounty tvrices Closed
AVashinjfton's birthday is being ob
served at the county court house. All
offices are closed officially, though
some of the officers are taking advant
age of the opportunity to catch up
with unfinished (business.
Caught at Pasco ,
Alvin Oould, for whom the officers
(East Oregoninn Special)
APAMS, Feb. 21. The Adems
school entertainment at the city hall
ou Friday at 8 p. m. -was fine and
showed talent and patience in the
teachers and scholars. A good pro
gram was as follows: First, selection
by the orchestra. Mrs. Kvartt. piano,
Carl Christian, drum, I.. L. Meuallen,
violin. Beit Kliby. cornet; then a song
!. the audience, The Star Spangled
Manner; a reading of Lincoln's Get
tysburg speech by Martov.'; . primary
room. Shoemaker's fiance; readying of
George Washington, If we boys would
never tell a Ite and be- lihe George
Washington, we should 1iave parents
like Gcerge and not punish a child
after confessing the truth, by Clyde
I.arnbee; piano solo, by Irene llupuis;
3rd and 4th grades, a play; a solo, by
bcwle Ie Volgn; Star Spangled Ilan
ner and V. 8. T., by Ella Cary; pri
mary, Blowing Pubbles; 5th and 6th
grades, a song: 7th and Sth grades,
Pantomime. Prof. Grylopp, Carl
Christian.. Francis Lieuallen. Wilma
Pyer, Helen l!er, Hasel Angler; song,
Hull Frog on the Hank, and It almost
brought down tho house for an encor,
and last a debate by Perry Baker,
Hazel Angler, negative; Earl Yarrow
and Helen Byer, affirmative, that a
dog is more belief ielal than a cat.
Judges were T. A. I.ieuullen, L. I
Ueuallen. Carl Christian. I.ast a song
hy the audience. Battle Hymn of the
TO WED PACKER'S SON.
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Mrs. lleleu Morton najlcy . ,,. ,
iThe. engagement of Mrs. Helen Morton Payley and William K. Swift Is an
nounced. She's a noted sportswoman and one or Chicago s mosi vronunem
young society women. U is the son of lula F. 8witt, Chicago meat packer.
Republic. Each brought a sand
wich anI got a hot cup of coffee
served by the conmittee, and after
ward pluyed games and spent an en
Mr. ujiiI Mrs. Otis I.ieuallen drove
to Adams today In tho buggy and
horse he used to drive. , looked like
1.. L. I.ieuallen Is driving two mules
to a buggy to bring the children to
school as the roods are Imputable for
Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Morrison and
daughters Geraldine and Ilelata, mo
tored to Pendleton Saturday.
Services were held at the Baptist
church Sunday. Sunday school at 10
a. m., 70 In attendance; preaching at
11 a. m. by Rev. Luther; young peo
ples meeting at 7 p. m.; preaching at
7:30. A fine sermon was preached by
llev. Luther on t he Leper,' to an at
tentive audience, if it did pour down
rain and snow.
The P.ebekah meeting and Pendle
ton team will be delayed till later, as
they have other work in view, at the
present time. Notice vlll appear later.
Mrs. Smith of Pendleton motored to
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallan motor
ed to Adatiis today and were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chesnut
Air. and Mrs. Harold Ilarnet mo
tored to Adams from their ranch and
attended the school entertainment
Mr. and Mrs. Will Byer and daugh
ters Wilma and Helen, motored to
Clint Holcomb motored to Pendle
K. M. Whitley was In Pendleton to
Mrs. Frank Krebs and Mrs. Charles
Shatz motored to PePndleton today.
Miss Eleone Bowling of La Grande,
is spending Sunday at home and will
return Sunday evening as she te teach
ing school In La Grande. Miss Helen
Blake accompanied her as far as Pen
dleton, ' returning to school"' after
spending Sunday at home In Adams.
A basketball game was played on
Saturday evening: -at- p. m. at the city
hall by the married men and the Ad
ams high school team. The married
men won the game.
Miss Lizzie McKenzie, of Washing
ton, a former resident of Adams and
school teacher, is the guest of her
brother Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKenzie
for the week end. '
Ivan Blake of Helix, motored to
Adams Saturday and accompanied by
his sisters, Helen and Hah Blake and
mother, motored to Athena to attend
the movie. I
Miss Gwendolyn Mclntyre of Helix. ,
who has 'been attending high school j
in the city of Pendleton, . returned
Mr. and Mrs. Burk and Mrs. Joej
Homer went to Pendleton to. visit Joel
Homer, who is ill at St. Anthony's;
Mrs. French and daughter return-j
ed to their home in Adams after j
spending the past week with their sis-
ter and daughter, Mrs. Henry Whitley!
in ;he city of Pendleton. !
Mr. Chesnut and son of the east, are j
visiting at the home of his son, Mr. j
and Mrs. Jim Chesnut and may make
Adams their future home. ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. K Lleuallen and j
daughters Doris and Delia, motored to
the city of Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. John ltunister of Weston and
Mrs. Carl McConnelf and son. were at
Hot Lake fort heir health and return
ed home Saturday much Improved.
The weather Is some warmer-anu it
rained Sunday and it started to snow
at S:30 and Monday we have inches
of snow. We a to having cold and
stormy nights and beautiful days.
HE LEFT US THE HERITAGE - .
OF A GREAT NAME
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
jfC. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
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Outfit Your Boy
Anything he may need from a new suit to a
pair of shoe laces may be had here in the qual
ity you require at a marked saving Dn .every
Boys', Penney Jr. all wool wear proof clothes,
reinforced at every wear bearing point,
. ach. ; $11-90
Boys' Scout Shoes, brown crome tanned elk,
sizes 13 to 2, pair $2.39, 2U to 5V2. . . . $2.69
Boys' Dress Shoes, black gun metal leather,
English last, sizes W2 to 2, pair $3.49; 22
to 51, $3.98; same as above, but made of
mahogany calf .... ... . . . . . $3.49 and $4.50
Boys' Waists, chambray, percale and khaki,
ages 6 to 13, each 79c
Boys' Motor Suits, just like Dad's. The fam
ous Shanhouse brand of extra heavy khaki,
suit . $1.49, $1.98
Boys' Khaki Knickers, sizes to 17 .years, the
pair . . . . : : . 9Sc, $1.49
Boys' Corduroy Long Pants, fine quality, cuff
bottom, pair $3.49
Boys' Canvas and Jersey Gloves, pair 10c
' Boys' Overalls, good weight blue denim, sizes
3 to 10, 89c; 11 to 17 9Sc
' Pacemaker, Boys' Heavy Ribbed Black Cotton
Stockings, sizes 6 to 10, pair 25c
Boy Scout Stockings, extra heavy rib, fine
quality black cotton, & to-10, pair. ... 49c
Dr. Parker's Waist and Cartel's for growing
'boys and girls, sizes 2 to 14 39c
Play Suits for little fellows, sizes 2 to 8, the
suit - 89c
Dr. Sertoli's Foot Specialist here Wednesday
and Thursday, February 23rd and 24th.
J. C Penney Co., A JNation-Wide Institution
creates an appetite, aids digestion,
purifies the blood, and thus relieves
scrofula, catarrh, the pains and
aches of rheumatism and g'-ves
strength to the whole system.
Nearly SO years' phenomenal sales
tell the story of the frreat merit and
success of Hood's Sars.iparlila. It
lrf'ust the medicine you need now.
Hood's I'ill3 help fine caiha'tU
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A Uootl 1 JU IUls iiiTv- iu lliv Citjr uf
Carry in k stntionery and school
tupplips, druic sundries, packntfe
fj'root'ric and ni ice cream par
lor in connection; aluo two Inreo
living rooms ami bath and lartee
bas in4nt; tojntain with carboat
atir, candy cases and fixture
are of the finest. Thi shup Is
doinsr fine cash and smalt cred
it business, and will stand Inves
tigation: price $ti000 cash, or
good negotiable paper; only those
who mean business answer this,
FivinK name and address, alxo
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