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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, M'CTI 2, 191.
People Here and There
M, A. Cleveland, whg publishes the
Htanflelil Htanclard, is no loiiKnr a
mere country editor, IU la a. mm mi to
and nil thin fcecauae he J the publlah
rr at the Hoardman Mirror an well ai
of tha fmper at Btanfteld. The Mirror
haa been (aaued for aevernl weeka auri
Ih Intended to provide the northern
Morrow county town with a voice In
keeping with III hopes and ambition.
Hu Suundera bun gained 10 poundx
after froliuklng about In the aalt
aprny of the Pacific ocean. , Ho re
turned lam nltrht from aurf flahliur In
the vicinity of Soaelde, hla companion
aolna" "Old Man" Sprugue, another
devotee" if the honk and line. Mr.
Haunrtera -vlHlteil in Ynnralla with Oun
I'eret, famouN nuortmnun, and alao
with ,frkondi In L'nt'one.
' Dann Smith of La Grande, who in
one of the pilule for the air mall r
vice, U known In Pendleton. Pilot
8mlth recently took the uatbuund
plane from Omaha to Chicago. The
Evening World. Herald, of Omaha,
hua the following to "ay "Pilot Bmlth
ie an expert In etralghtaway fllrhta
and ia conaidered one of the moat re
liable and experienced men on thla leg
of the course."
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
o Bulk Sago, per lb. s 10c g
Uncle John s Cane and Maple
'Syrup, pint . . .....
Rice, 15 lbs. for v . .'. . . . ... ;. .
Ited Beans, per lb. ....
. . 20c 1
g Toilet Paper, per roll ........... . 5c
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb St. s Phone 409
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
The Big Sale Starts
in the Morning
; March 3
to run for three "days only.
Slickers, Bhoes;and Shirts for 81.00
each, and many other imheardof bar
MY & m SALES CO.
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
Pay Cash . . : Receive -More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
,209 E. Court - v V phone 880
' (E G G S
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh
Pay Cash ' " Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
Joaeph K. Wcott, of thla city and
brother Arthur Btoit, of Wallowa
rounty, formerly a Cnmtllla county
fumier, will leave tomorrow for Mor
row county on bualncaa. Arthur Hcott
will look over a 2,240 ncro wheal
ranrti owned by the looul man, with a
view of leanljuf the lurid from his
I Wllkca of Condon hut formerly of
Pendleton la a oukImchn visitor tn Pan
dletun for -a few days.
(leorge Ernfrt, who haa been reald
hie; ut Bremerton, haa returned to
Pendleton to make hla home.
W. Horton Burnett, formerly of I'on-
dleton, now travela for the Great Weat
'Tn Smelling & Refining Co. of Seattle.
ilo In In this city today on buainesa.
Mrs. T. M. Johnaon of Echo whose
huaband la a prominent hardware
merchant of that city la upend In the
day ,ln Poudloton chopping and Wait
ing with frienda.
W. U Thompson, of Portland, and
president of the American National
bank la In Pendleton , to attend the
meeting; of tho board of dlrectora of
fp at Helix W. C. Mace la the Rtan-
dard Oil ajrent. Ho la In town today
and imont other dotlea la Becking out
the exact data o to legislation enuctcd
by tho OreRon lawmakera at their re
cent aesHlon. .
W. D. Chamberlain formerly of tho
Internal revenue aervlce and atatinnod
here, but later of Portland, haa return
cd to Pendleton to again take up in
come tux work. He hne a desk In the
Show and Dayton office.
SAYS IT'S WONDERFUL
' 9 ' '
J "My dlReatlon woa no poor that near.
Tanlac Overcame Her Trou-, iyyever-thinfr i ate turned agint-me
blef Year Ago and She Is, and my atoniuch seemed to May aotir
Still in Splendid Health 'and Uoet ail the time. Often there
Gain Fifteen Pound.
"A yeur 8-go thla February Tanlac
restored my health and I have felt
Juat splendid overaince," declared Mr.
Wm. Duchhelx, 3909 Silver beach Ave.
uue, BclllnKham., , . , - 1
"Rheumatiam and Indigentlon were
my muln iroubloa and I waa in mlaery
Hotnetlmeg nisht and day. My arms
hurt no bad that lota of tlea I could
not even comb my hair, and my hand
were ao (tiff and achey I could not
pick up nnythlmr or do the least work
around the houao. My back ached ter
ribly and I could hardly stoop over to
Ifcce up my shoes.
wua a tiKht, digressing ffelmic In my
chest and my heart, palpitated till It
made me dizzy. I Buffered a lot from
constipation and headaches. 1 lept
poorly, fell off In weight and van m
discouraged I hardly cared whether I
lived or not.
"That woa how I suffered for three
years, but1 by the time I hud taken five
bottles of Tanlac I felt perfectly well
in every respect and had gained fifteen
pounds. Ever since then I have en
joyed splendid health and haven't been
troubled any more with indigestion or
rheumutlsm. I sleep soundly and aaem
to have unusual strength and nergy
for a person my age."
Tanlas is sold in Pendleton by
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS !
n , :r-rm-rzl I
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Albert Asbahr, formerly a member
of the Pendleton high school faculty.
Ih now employed 1iy the government
In rehabilitation work for soldiers, es
pecially in regnrd to agricultural pur
jmltK. Mr. Asbnhr, Is In Pendleton
looking over tar nix with a vlow to find
ing place! for ex-soldiers. While here
he U ft rest at the J. M. Cook home.
Will Make !. '
The roadmastcr has been ordered
to make survey of the Mutter Creek
are the two birihstones for the month
of March. There can be no more .fit
ting "birthday" remembrance than
one embodying their Birthstone. It
endures through the years and con
stantly reminds them of the occasion
and the donor of the fcifL
Pctirlon i riled.
The petition of the Hoskins dralp
age district was filed with the county
commissioners this morning. Date
for hearing was set for May 4.
AFTER SETTING FIRE
TO HOME MAM BLOWS
OFF HEAD WITH GUN
Own Olit uf Hospital.
VirKll Green who is. held on a
i charge of gambling and who has been
In the hospital for the piwt few days
on account of injuries received tn a
cutting jKtrape has recovered suffici
ently to enable him to take up his
residence in the county ail.
PORTLAND, March I. After
setting fire to his home with 4
kerosene. Hoy I. Marrletta early
today blow-off hla head with a
shot .gun. Domestic troubles
was the cause. Firemen extin-
gulshed the blaze after f 100
damage was done. ,
DEMANDS THAT JAPAN
FIX DEFINITE DATE
FOR HER EVACUATION
PEKING, March 2. (A. P.) De
mands that Japan fix a definite date
for her evacuation of the Siberian ter
ritory have been sent to Toklo by the
Chinese minister of foreign affairs. ,
AcrratfO la Aihlotl.
The return from 'the land office
made to the county assessor giving
the abstract of entries made during
the year from March 1920 to March
121 ahows that 28.600 acre have
been added to the tax rolls of the
county. This figure, does not Include
returns from Jndian lands which-will
ue filed later. ,
WASHINGTON; March . (A. P.i
The executive council ot the Ameri
can Federation of labor directed
President Uompem.to Investigate the
Japanese and Oriental Industrial and
labor oondltion with a view to deter
mining whether the restrictions Im
posed upon the American workers
and capital In the far east are not
more severe than those imposed in
this country on the orientals. "We do
not feel that Japan la justified In mak
ing such an outcry against our laws
when she has more restrictive regula
tions at home." aald one official. '
IT FiLLS THE NEED
When your doctor j
decides that you need
Scott's Emulsion J
you may rest assured I
that he knows that it
will fill the need better ' W
tit art anvthinCF else. "k'jlvP
UiUi a J ---O
ft Scott ft Dftwnc, nioomBeld.N.J,
. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR BAU' Fordson tractor, and
plows or trade for horses. Address
Uox 101 Wesn, On-ifon.
Dartoaa WUl t,III.
The will of Oeorge Darveau wa-s
filed for probate yesterday .evening
and gives as the principal beneficiar y
and executrix a sister, Yirginie Dar
veuu Bell. . Tho estate is -alued ut
$56,700 according to tho papers filed
last Alght and incii:des the St. George
hotel of rendleton as one of the prin
cipal items. .Iuise Hicliot is given
$26 per month during her life under
the terms of the will and In addition
$100 every six months should the exe
cutrix see fit. iiight nieces and one
nephew are to receive $100 each.
Whitman College ftlce Club to Clve
CoiieMt- Alemuera of the. Whitman
College Glee Club will be in this city
March 2t when they will appear In
concert at the high school auditorium
Tha club consists this year of eighteen
members In the chorus, a jazz orches- I
Ira of ten pieces, which together with j
the Inimical impersonations of Harper,
Joy, the offerings of the varsity quar- I
tetle and of the club soloista, make a
progntm. that promises not a dull
Hoy ward K. Pratt, director of Whit
man onservatory of Music, who has
trained the Whitman College Glee
Club, will accompany the singers on
their spring tour and will conduct the j
concert to be given by the club in this j
city March 23. The well balanced en-
semblq of voices has made It possible
to present a program of exceptional j
musical merit The proverbial "col
lege pep" will not be lacking and j
those who attend the concert will got i
a taste of "Whitman spirit." which
the "missionaries" never fall to radi- i
Richard Whitman, a grand-nephew!
of Dr. Marcus Whitman, pioneer pl.y j
sicien, educator and missionary in -the i
early days' in the Northwest, and fron. j
whom Whitman College stands as a
memorial, is a member of the Men's I
Glue Club this year..' , j
Tho I.nrR"t IinrmiMl Orators In Tttm Oregon.
. f t i ,-;'
Will Erect House, i ; '
B. E. Critohlow secured a building
permit from the city recorder yester
day to erect a house on the Ray addi
tion to cost $400.
Range In Jlno Condition
The Umatilla forest range Is In ex
cellent condition, according to officials
at the forest office here. On' the lower
range, Wcnnaha division of the forest,
the grass is In better condition than
for many years.' Cattle will ,go On the
range in April, but it will be two
months before the sheep go on .the
( hanging llusdict Locations.
The Demott cigar store on Slain
street has moved into a room In the
Railroad street side of the Bowman
hotel building and the former loca
tion of the store In the Brownfield
Matlook bonding Is to be occupied by
the creamery ahop located near the
Empire Jdeat Market. The Dough
nut lunch counter adoining is moving
into a room of the Knights of Pythias
property on Alta street. The new
Qreulleh-Matlock theatre Is to rise on
the location now occupied by the
Doughnut lunch and some adjoining
FOR KAL.R Seven choice prime
coyote Skins, would make beautiful
auto robe. Phone 291-R after 5 p. m.
FOR BALK One half Interest In auto
' repair shop and Bnrage. Call T. C.
Amnions, Phone 23, 30 Cottonwood
or 719 Ann St. .
FOR SAUK Slightly used Stradlvara
iihnniurrniih. valued I1&0.00
and !40 worth of late -records for sale.
Sacrificed al $100. Part cash and the
rest terms If desired. Also Singer
sewing machine, fumed oak, ins stjie
.$45 cash Phone RS3-ii.
Or any prtrt of the electric
system on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
anteed. HARRY H. GRAHAM, '
Wlllard Service station,
t Pendelton, Ore.
Thone S84. I-ETS GO!
BY BVIINS FARMERS
BURNS March 2. Numerous far
mers are at present engaged in dairy
ing to a small extent, and the prospect
of JirgliiK .someone to establish a
creamery has been discussed. Of late
the county agent has been in com
munication with various creamery
people, and a meeting was culled to
Obtain definite statements from the
farmers, and put the matter before
Juniors Win frran Senior The ju- j
nlor Ihdoor baseball team won from j
the senior team last evening by a I
score of 11-7. This was the second j
game of the series the freshman hav-
ing defeated the sophomores on the I
preceding night. "Fritz" 1 Krnmei
pitched for the winning team while
John Saunders pitched forthe seniors.
Games will be hold each evening in
the gymnasium until the series is fin
ished. The freshmen and Juniors play
ENGINEER IS EXONERATED
CHICAGO, March 2. A. P.) Wil
liam Long, the engineer of the Michi
gan Central train which was struck by
the Xew.York Central train, with a
loss of 43 lives, was exonerated by the
.Michigan Central officials of all blame.
in One Day
Be sure you get
11m genuine bears this signature
J. C. Penney Co- A Nation-Wide Institution
CEMENT IE.YTJERS INDICTED.
NEW TORK, March 2. One hun-:
dred and ten moment dealers were In
dicted in connection with the .alleged ,
building material combine.
BELIEVE FRANCE AND
LONDON,. March 2. (U. T.)
n.,i hints thnt tVirt lnbor's "council
ot action" would be revived to prevent!
the occupation of Germany was issneu
from British labor headquarters iona.
It was a hint to direct an action which
might be attempted If the alUes de
cide -to Invade Germany to compel
the acceptance of the reparation
terms. Officially, the labor leaders
declared they were not impressed by
Ihe French sword yraunng. nor
mart led by Germany's amazing cnun
Tn their ooinlon. they
staled, the allies and . Germany were:
"Kchanglng monumental bluxr, -
BILLY'S JAZZ HOUNDS
Hear Billy Feature 12th
St. Ras: m piano through
; a sheet. 4
I ' ! Tickets $1.00 ,
Faijt and snappy dances
Music as . long as the!
' crowd lasts. I
READY FOR EASTER WITH
' CHAItMING WEARABLES
With the same proportionate savings mani
fested during the high price period The Pen-ney-Company
offers smart new styles for the
A wide range of styles makes it possible for
one to satisfy their own individual tastes and
still be in keeping with the dictates of fash
ion. " " .
Milady who admires the plaintailored suit
with box coat will find just the model she
likes, while her sister who prefers closer fit
ting styles of a more ornate mode may choose
from a delightful collection.
Serges and tricotines are the popular fab
rics used to bring out the new style tenden
cies . , $24.75 to $69.00
SPRING COATS 9.90 TO 839.50
. Reflecting the spirit of Spring in inspiring
colors the new coats priced so economically
will add new zest to the wardrobe of any wo
man. Plenty of plain tailored models i or
those wanting a conservative style.
Beautiful embroidered numbers smartly
tailored for the younger Women.
CLEVER DRESSES $12.50 to $44.75
. No woman need deprive' herself of a 'new
dress when they may be owned so reasonably. '
You will be surprised at the quality we are
able to show in either silk or wool at the lower
CHILDREN'S COATS FOR SPRING
The youngsters have been well taken care
of in our showing of new coats. - Bring the
kiddies in for a try on.-
4 Tvition u-iti l.,-.t,t;,ti. ,i
J. C Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakcslee
Chronlo .and Nervous IMarajwa n4
Disaaxea of Women. X-ltuy Klertrlo
Tmnlt Bid. - Boon 1
C IJ Simpwm VlrgH IW-rry
Walla Walla Pendleton
Auto Freight Service
norMt Titiiti i,n,v
Iy'vi mtl-hM 3 p. an.
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