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DAILY EAST OftEGOMAN, PENfctETON, OltEGON, FRIDAY EVflNlNO, MARCH 25, 1321.
occupied considerable time' of the Jus
Ure of the Peace court yesterday, l-
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People Here and There.
hert Ktrclsky was discharged upon mo
tion while Dora Wrelsky was freed
from the charge within- a short time
after the cuse was given to the Jury.
A. P. Copplok of Athemi, lu bore to
duy looklnir after business Interests
umi viul'ln with friend.
Charles A. Mt-tonn, Vice president
af tho iJidil and Tllton Hunk of Port
land, wan among tho visitors, from that
city In rcndlolon yesterday.
William Mills, formerly n rnneher
near Helix and well-known In thin city
but now a resident of Wnltsliiirir, ! In
I'endletuii for ft few d.ivs looking lift
er business lnteroktu and visiting with
Tinker city ilun nn nuto show and
prosperity week April 7, H und SI, ae
cordlng to Hert Jerard, who hail been
upending the last several days In that i
city on business. They will glvo the
show In the new natutorlum und ex-1
pect to excel iinythlnK ever staKed In
that city of a like nature, Hay licit.
land wlir-r he spent six months. Mr, sheriff. Homo of the plunder has
nana was u round yesterday saying Peon found according to the sheriff.
hello to old friends and divulging the
Information that ho bronxht home a
bride. Mr. und Mm. Hand will make
their home at Athena.
l Holmes, a traveling salesman
from l'orlland wua In l'endleton thin
morning for t lie) find, time since I9ti!l.
Mr. Holmes does not notice much dif
ference In the town thun when he wan
here fast with the exception, he said,
of several new stores.
Joe JIalllday of Wnghain Kprlngs
Ik u visitor in Pendleton, uuy,
Ch.rcnce Hand of Athena und well
known here, ban returned frgm Ehb-
A Wnri!!iijr to feel tired before ex
ertion Ib not laziness It's a sign that
the system lucks vitality, and needs the
tonic effect of Hood's Karsnparllln.
Sufferers should not delay, Oet rid
of that tired feeling by beginning to
take Hood's KiirHupurllla today.
Will Ask lor UitlH. '
The county court will advertise for
bids to gravel two county roads during
tills season It wan decided this morn
Ing. Tbe diagonal road from Hermls
ton to the Columbia Hchool und the
road from Stunfleld to Spain gulch.
The communities served by these
roads will do their own grading.
Want Itoutl Jtc-liK-ativl. -
A delegation from Heed and lluwley
appeared before tho county court this
morning and asked that the Pine
Creek road be re-located and rebuilt
(Continued from page 1.)
Alleged Ilohlx-rs Captured.
Hherlff Houser and Deputy fipears
have three men In the county Jail und
one man out on bonds of $500. all
charged with the roblcr))f the "home
of W. J. Hault, eight miles north of
Hermlston. Tho robbery occurred
during December according to the
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
: SPECIAL rv .
RAISINS SUNMAID SEEDED OR SEEDLESS
4 packages for $1.00 .
PEACHES, PEARS OR APRICOTS, OR ASSORTED
2 1-2 ize tins in Syrup
Per case, 24 cans, $5.50
Hippolite, pints 30c
Onion Sets, per pound 1 '. 10c
Dairy Maid Corn Kernels in Rich Milk, 2 cans 25c
Ivory Soap Flakes, per package ... ,......10c
Delicious Mild Cured Hams, per pourid.J 40c
2 The Economy Grocery
z Phone 409 . , 113 W.Webb St
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Oay thereafter the mimes of those
cuHtorricrti thut pay their account will
bo tuken from the lint and this will
enable them to obtain credit as here
tofore, w . -
We are certain that you will appre
ciate the facfthat it Is almost prohi
bitive for us to undertake to extend
credit for more than thirty days to our
hundreds of customers when we arc
compelled to r.v cash on delivery for
all of our gasoline and parts and must
pay all of our merchandise' accounts
every thirty days.
Wo sincerely bflleve that this plan
will bo of treat tcneflt to the custo
mer as well as the dealers for In most
cases It Is simply a matter of neglig
ence where a customer does not pay
by'tho 10th of the month, and to make
thls jilan workable It Is neceKsary that
we' have a fixed date on which ac
counts must be paid. If you are entitl
ed to credit, and conditions are such
that you can not conveniently pay
your account on the 10th of the month
ilt will be necessary for "you to" call on
jus on or before the 10th and make
. proper arrangements to have your ac
I count nettled so that It will., not . be
j necesary for us to turn your. name In
to the cleric pm one of the delinquents.
I We very much appreciate your past
IT patronage and sincerely hope we will
j oe ravored with your future buslnoss
i and this new credit policy will in no
I way change our pleasant business re-
lations, other than you are asked and
required to have your monthly account1
j settled on or before the 10th day of
. each month.
Happy Canyon Mooting.
A mooting of the Happy f'unyon di
rectors und of all committeemen and
others Interested in the show or Who
participate in the rnanugement or the
performance Is to be held at 7:30 this
evening at the Couunerciul Associ
(iolf Match Still In Doubt,
C. ;. Jefferson, links professional
and H. W. Dickson halved their mutch
yesteiduy In the golf tournament at
the local links. Dickson nuido his
round In 87 and Jefferson in S8 which
are exceptionally good scores It Is said.
There are several more mutches to be
played before the winners of the tour
ney are named.
So Sunday Hcliool
There will 1 no Sunday school at
the Church of the Redeemer on East
er Sunday. There will' be a special
children's service at the church at
4:30 p. m. Instead. '
LUXURIOUS AND CON
bath rooms are a pleasure to walk
Into, tntr tubs and fixtures offer tho
advanced sanitary features the most
nervice at a minimum cost. See us
and we'll sugr.est the right equipment
Assault Case- Clewed.
The case of the atafs versus Albert
StrelKgy and Dora Strelsky, both
charged with assault by Ora E. Pnider.
T BENSON & WICKLAND
IHD.VT ItKMNir TWO YEAItS OF
"I have delayed writing to see If my
relief was permanent; can say that I
am feeling fine. Three doctors told me
I had ulcers of the stomach and no
medicine would help me, but your
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has done
so. I am new a well man again after
two years of starvation and suffering."
Jt Is a sliryile. harmless preparation
thut j-omoves tho catarrhal mucus
from the Intestinal tract arid allays the
Inflammation which causes practically
all stomach, liver and Intestinal ail
ments, including . appendicitis.. - One
Aose will convince of money refunded.
O. Ii Program Planned!
A special program has been prepar
ed for the Christian Endeavor meeting
at tho Christian Church on Easier
fiunduy. The subject will be Easter
lessons and the scripture will be Mark
Id, 1 to 20. Those who will take part
In the program . are Miss Martha
Hoguo, Leslie Paton, Jabin Vaught.
Harry Crawford, Miss Alice (jreen
wald, Mrs. Holmes, Dale Durford, Hev.
W. A. Gressman, H. H. Dellart and
Miss Ilaroldlne Horton.
ttstud to Itcwlve Knnd. .
.Market highways were named yes
lerly afternoon by the county court
to receive construction and mainten
ance money from tho market roads
fuiil. There are over 35 miles desig
nated In the piogram and Jhe expendi
lur, will amount to '190,000. The!
r n! designated are from Hermlston
to tho Co'umbia school; three miles
from ptanfield to Despnin gulch; three
miles from Helfx to Rutbers corner:
Pe-.en miles of the IJitle Walla Walla
river road from Milton to the power
plant; 15 miles from Pendleton to Pi-1--
Uoek; two miles from Buudqtiist
corner to Washington state line and
to and mi half miles from Ferndale
tc tho Walla Walla river.
Season Will 0ion.
The sheep shearing season will
probably open April 10 in this county,
say sheepmen, who expect to pay from
10 to 12V4 cents per head to shear
ers. This Is a decrease over last
year's price when growers paid as
high as 17 1-2 cents per head., Shear
ers ore at work In Washington now
andare receiving a maximum of 12
1-2 cents per head, while In Idaho the
price was from nine to 10 cents. Sheep
in this region shear more easily than
in Washington, say woolmen. because
of the difference in the soil. This
year the Klickitat Wool Growers' as
sociation fled a sliding scale of frcm
10 cents to 15 cents per head. ' Dast
year as high as 2 cents per head, ex
clurively of board, was paid for shear
ing in the Klickitat Valley.
Spokane Man Scrry New He
Didn't Take the Medicine
"I'm sixty-seven years old now, and
during all those years I have never
teen a medicine that I consider In a
class with Tanlae," said Mike Kunz, of
H. 1011 ltoone Ave., Spokane, Wash.,
Mr. Kunz is a well-known farmer who
has a largo ranch near Wllber,
"1 had stomach trouble of a mighty
bad nature and, two years ugo, was
operated on for what was said to be
ulcers of tho stomach, and when 1
finally got out of the hospital J hud no
strength, and still suffered a lot of
distress after eating. Gasa formed In
such quantities it caused me no end of
worry and my heart palpitated terri
bly. I had frightful pains In my back.
and at times had such awful weak
spells I felt completely exhausted. My
nerves were "badly upset and I didn't
know what it was to get a good night's
"I kept seeing where Tanlac' was
helping so many others I began taking
it. Well, sir. It Is certainly building me
cp and I am gaining in weight and
strength every day. I'm not nervous
nor sleepless now, and I Believe if I
had got hold of the medicine before 1
wouldn't have had to undergo-the ope
ration. Tanlac is certainly a great
medicine, and I'm more than glad to
tell the public of it's wonderful mer
its." Tanluc Is sold In Tendleton by
' A VASE
FOR EASTER FL077ERS
Kaater Is symbolized with flowers and this cre
ates the necessity for beautiful vases.
Tho vase lusts und serves Tlally throughout thd
year. Our window displays some of the possibilities
of cut glaas vases.
Our store Is resplc ndid with other vases In silver
bronze and pottery. . ,
"Priced to please the modest purse." ,
The iJirgfflrt Viamon4 Dealers In Eastern Orcgoa,
team won many' victories last year.
Besides' the town team which Is ex
pected to contest for the base ball hon- j
ors of the season, a high school and!
Sunday school league have been form-1
ed. A tryout for the town team Is to
he held Sunday. Hlix has always!
been recognized as giving Its base ball!
team splendid support and this year;
from the enthusiasm shown will be'noi
The Denver Times dated March 13;
contains a cartoon entitled "Bright,
Spots In Weeks Calendar of Sports" .
by Ortswold. James Griswold Is a reg
ular contributor to the Times. j
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court St.
ONLY I SATURDAY ONLY
Spuds, per sack $1.50
Flour, per sack ....'....$2.40
Cocoa, per pound 25c
Oats, per sack 70c
Jraham Flour, sack....65c
Corn Meal ......'.45c
Hominy, sack 60c
Prunes, 2 pounds 25c
Apples, dried, 2 lbs 25c
Apricots, dried, 2 lbs...25c
Peaches, per pound ... 25c
Raisins, per pound ....30c
Pasin, package ..30c
We save you money on
your, grocerjes, with a
money-back "guarantee on
every article. '
10 1-2 pounds $1.00
Swift's Hams, per lb...38c
Swift's Empire Hams
. Per pound 32c
Swift's Premium Bacon
Per pound 55c
5 pounds net $1.40
10 pounds net ...-...$2.70
Swift's Gold Crest .(
'Butter,1 2 lb. roll ..$1.00
22 Bars Swift's Soap $1.00
17 Bars Crystal
20 Bars Royal White $1.00
8 cans Tomatoes $1.00
8 cans Corn ..$1.00
10 ans Hebe Milk....$1.00
6 cans Pf,is $1.00
3 cans 2 1-2 size v '
14 lbs. S. W. Beans....$1.00
9 lbsiLima Beans......$1.00
10- lbs. Head Rice....$1.0Q
6 cans Med. Pork and
SPECIAL own Mls 8 SPECIAL
With every order of grocer
ies amounting to $10.00 we will
give 5 per cent trade discount. .
' You make a good . saving by
buying this way.
HILLS BROS. BLUE CAN
Special Saturday Orly
1 pound package 30c
3 pound package 90c
5 pound package' : $1.40
HILLS RED CAN
1 pound can , 45c
5 1-2 pound can $1.10
.jr.u pound can .......$2.15
Strawberries, per box 30c
Spinach, 3 pounds ...25c
Grape" Fruit, 3 for 50c
Lettuce, Turnips, Carrots, Cabbage,
We do a cash or C. O. D. business.
By doing this way we do away with a
great many expenses that a credit store
have, and must base their prices to offset
these extra expenses We save you thft
money. Come and receive your share.
Frank A. Michaels, aged G4. a resl
dent of this county since 1914 and for
the nast two years a resident of this
city, died last night at 7:30, his death
being due to pneumonia.
Mr. Michaels, who was born in
Maryland, came to Itlcth in 1911 and
later came to Pendleton, lie was a
farmer and had recently purchased
property near lone which he .Intended
Besides 'his wife, Mr. Michaels is
survived fcy the following children;
John Joseph, Ila, Frances, Marcus.
Douglas and Frieda Michaels, all of
whom were at his bedside, with the
exception of John Joseph who is at
tending O. A. C. Mr. Michaels' father,
John (Joseph Michaels, survives) also
and resides in Maryland. Two broth
ers and a sister living in Florida, a sis
ter in Virginia and five sisters and
two brothers living In Maryland also
Mr. Michaels was ft member of the
Elks, W. O. W.i Modern Woodmen and
L O. O. J Funeral arrangements will
be made this evening after the arrival
of Mr. Michaels' son from- Corvallis.
SERVICE STATION IS
Two unmasked men last night stuck
up the U S. Bcntley Service Station at
the comer of Harden and Alta streets
and made their getaway with some
$S0 In cash. Hay Flnnell. who-was In
the station at the time, was compelled
nt the point of a gun, to maintain si
lence by the robbers. Several suspects
have been arrested by the sheriff.
According to Flnnell, he was mail
ing out C"sh slips preparatory to clos
ing the shop when the two men en
tered by one of the two doors of the
shop. Flnnell thought the two men
were customers until he heard the
cash register being opened. He then
looked up, he declares, and saw one
of the bandits in a doorway with a
gun in his hand. The bandit told him
to "stand right where you are."
While the one bandit stood guard
over Flnnell the other went through
the crtsh register! Itoth were appar
el tlv very nervous ami excited as onp
of the robbers kept telling the other
to hurry tip. When the leot -had been
ratelv stowed awny in the pockets of
tho bandits thfy both left the building
bm nut without telling Firttiell to
"i hind still tmtll tve get
l.cie.": '' :
HELIX BASEBALL TEAM
(Knst Oregnnian $nctal.t
HELIX. . Marrh 25. Base hall is
1'galn the all absorbing topic In Helix.
The Kise hall grounds of last year on
liho Win. Alhee place haw been re-
leaded, On these grounds our homo
The St. Patricks Tea given- Thtirs-:
day March 17th by the W. C. T. U.!
was very successful. The affuir was'
held at the Victor Mason home. The;
rooms were tastily decorated in sham
rock and other Irish Symbols and th!
verdant color of green was much In
evidence. I.unch was yerved from '
2:30 to :30. Tho committee who
ansisted Mrs. Mason in serving were!
Mrs. K. B. Tozier, Mrs. J. 8. Norvell, '
Mrs. Jack loedlng. Mrs. Leola Eheler.
Mrs. Emma Zenske, Mrs. A. C. Mc-'
Intyre, Forty seven dollars was the .
net proceeds of the afternoon. j
Mr. and'Mrs. M. . Lynn are being j
congratulated on the-arrival of a son, j
born Wednesday March 23. j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kobertson and j
daughter Theo who have made Helix j
their home for the past two years dc- I
parted Thursday for I'ortland, where i
they will visit for a time with relatives, j
Their son DoLoks who is a senior in
high school will remain to finish '
Mrs. Ed Oeist of Pendleton was'
a week end visitor fn Helix, a guest of ;
her sister Mrs. R. B. Tozier.
Easter services iil be held Inthej
Baptist church Sunday in the morning j
appropriate exercises under the aus-,
pices of the Womens Missionary So-j
clety and Sunday school will bo held. I
Mrs. J. Mills of Hilgard, Ore., is a;
guest at the Thomas Ghormley home.
A number of local people are look-!
ing forward, to the coming of the U. of j
O. Girls Glee Club who will apeor in
Pendleton March 31. Among the sinu- j
ers is Miss Vashtl Hoskins wno nas;
visited In Helix and while here pleased j
with her singing.
William Alhee, deputy county game
warden of I'matilla county was a re-;
rpiit visitor in Portland. The Morn
ing Oregonian says: "Mr. Albee comes
from Helix which Is considered one of j
the most prosperous small towns In!
the state, the per capita being excep-j
Mrs. D. M. Allen of Walla Walla;
was a week end guest at the home ori
her dauahter Mrs. Jack Loeding.
Mrs. P. If. Reed and children arc!
visitors In Milton Freewater this week.'
Friends are glad to know that Wm. i
Xlekols who hns been on 4he sick list :
for several weeks is improving. I
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Warren and Mr.!
and Mrs. Wallace Oargill of Pendle-j
ton were visitors in Helix Friday even
ing and attended the dance' given thai'
evening at K. of P. hall. i
Hev. O. F. Kwander of Portland!
state secretary of the Christian church
gave two able sermons here Sunday.
Among those from Helix attending
the Indian vagcant given In Pendle
ton Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Penland, their house guest Miss
Pheresn Knox of Portland and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bllnn have mov-1
ed to their ranch near TO-lix.
j ; .
I ; you will find the I
I ! experiment luell 1
j worth while y
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Black or brown kid $2.98, $3.49, '$3.98, $4.50,
$5.90, $6.50, $8.50.
LADIES' OXFORDS, HIGH HEELS
Black, white or brown kid, $4.98, $5.90, $7.50,
LADIES' PUMPS, HIGH HEELS
Black satin, black, white or brown kid, $3.49,
$3.98, $4.98, $5.50, $5.90.
CANVAS PUMPS AND OXFORDS
$1.98, $2.25, $2.98, $3.49, $4.50.
Little" Gents' sizes 8 to 10 98c
Children, sizes 11 to 2 $1.29
Boys', sizes 2i.to6 $1.39
Boys' Holdfast, suction sole, 2V to 6. . . $2.49
Women's, sizes 22 to 7 $1.39
Men's, sizes (j to 1 , . . ... ... $1.49
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Regulation Army Kussett Shoes $7.50
Officers Dress Shoes $6.25
Of ficer.s Dress Shoes, with rubber heels $6.50
Heavy Munson Last Work Shoes $5.85
SftpcialL U. S. Navy Shots $7.50
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