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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ' ' FRIDAY EVENING, APKIT, 1, 1921
People Here and There
Chillies HeUrons In ft vlaltor from.
M. VS. Sttirdlvnnt Is-hcre toiliiy from
u-iiiliiin Iliilrd f linker. Iiu bc'r-n
u visitor l " viy t"1'")'.
Mrs. fllfiin Hcutt Ih In tho city today
from thlr ranch near Helix.
r. Mini Mra. C AnhbintKli of Jlard
nuiii. .Morrow comity, are In I'fnillo
luii. curl K.nmlahl wax a iincxriiKcr on
,h,, Northern 1'iicli'lc triilu from Helix
ni. ,,:. Walker Ih mi from HtiinfU-ld
today vlnltlnK frUndx and attrndlng to
"T'r. and M pa. ll, J. Nnilth and koii of
Mohciiw, Idaho, ure leHlrteted ut tlm
Hotel Ht. (Ifurgo.
(Je.orim Goodman, formerly of Pen
dlctoii but now located at 1'uhco wB
here hetueen trains today.
W. J. Knrnlan, former I'endlnton
Hunker and widely known property
owner la here from hlH home In 1'orl-land.
F, I Mallard, dlKtrlct anpervinor of
county iiKi lctilture nnen.t work la here
today to confer, with Fred iicnnlon,
t'matlllii county anent.
If. C. (dint) Hall, veteran nmll car
rier of 1m. (Iriindi', Ih in I'endleton to-'
day, mid a mihutltute Ih dellverln'K let-j
tern to the Iji Crundn rralitentii. Mr. I
I'all lielleveK that ald mihKtltuto In un-!
neccKKary iih hla old hoixe known the
roiito ho wnll that hn could delher
mull entirely unaided.
II. H. NHcn returned to the city to
day on the Northern Pacific 'train
"Some little chore to look after 25
Rli'K" huIiI II. W. HIckH thlM morning
iih he jtiKKlcd half a hiindrcil Hiiit
cumcm aliourd the apecittl coach pro
vided for the I'nlveralty of Oregon
(JIiIh Glow 'lull. "Jimmy." who Ih
general paipwngcr agent for the O-W.
II. N., hua toddled along with tlie
KlilM during their Hprtng tour; and
Hilda hla dutlea rather varied.
TANLAC REALLY IS
ruan System 1 Explained.
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NEWS OF THE COUNTY !
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Hit Officer's I ar.
An Information waa filed Hsnlnat
(ireen HateB In the JiiBtlce'a court ut
Athena yesterday a a renult of nn nl
ten;atlon between Kstea and It. W.
Sinclair, apodal Mate officer. A ficht
occurred bdween tho two men and It
la charged Kate bit off a piece of the
officer's ear. It la understood Katca
will I bound over to the grand Jury j
on a, charge of mayhem.
,, . . . , ,. r D ll commonly "known id "a run-down
Phyuclcgical Action ol rrm-1 C(l)1,m,on . ilm, the tMUmknK ,pr-
cipal Ingredients Of Cele-ifii()n: "It la hinhly enteemed in tors of
UrmtA MoJLrin fin llie Hu.i anuetile diirlmt cotivalewcnco-. from
I There are certain other clement In
1 Tanlac which, becaun of their In-
l fliienco upon the appetite, diirention,
I i!;lml!ation and eleminatlon, improve
Yyjj SUPPORTED tno n",rlti"n and vital activity of the
the body, and produce that Htate ol
Keneral tonicltv which, la callci)
Many of the Medicinal Ele-I Health.
ment Have Been Known! 1 tal "ie
. makes the followln comment regard-
and Ued Stnce Civilization hl? an(lth(.r inKT(.aivnU ..it may b
I iiaed in all caw of pur debility of the
j digestive organ or where a Reneral
I tonic imprexKion Ih required. Iypep-
lebrated medicine I Hla- ato"'e mt. hyHteria and Inter-
nmient lever are amon me many ai
fectlon'n in 'which it ha proven uaeful.'
There are certain other InKredlents
described in the Dispensatory and in
other standard medical text book as
Tanlac the cc
Miss Ert B. Chi (left) of Frankfort. Kjusnd Corsoell Martera
(right) of Parkentbum. W. Va. r on th f at the WhlU Hours
Ofllces. They're President Harding's prlva;e stenocraphers. ' Mlsa
Mattern was his utenographer while he was scaator.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Your daily nee'cls from this store, you will find
that the Economy Grocery is in the lead in giving bet
ter Merchandise, better service, more for your Ameri
can Dollar than you can invest that dollar for else
where. Try a few orders from us. We ask YOU to
be the judge.
g The Economy Grocery
b, Phone 409
113 W.Webb St
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Violated His nrM.
Itirhurd utton la belnp beld here
on a char&e of liavlnu violated hi pa
role. Kutlon trill Involved In the hold
up of a colored pokor frame, and be.
cause of hi youtlifulneaH and uld to
the atnte In the cane wa paroled to un
uncle. Ho bad Bone over into'Wash
ltiRton and 1 aitld to havo liwn on
routfl to Iowa when taken Into cuatody
Twenty live I'Malcn riled.
A rvport f the entatea filed for
probutc durlnir the first three nionthr
of the year, wa ent to Htittc j reaa
urer C. P. Hoff fcnd Bccretary of Btate
Ham A. Rosier yesterday Py Xeputy
("lerk Proebstel. There were 25 al
together, which 1 eight less than the
vnumber filed for the name period last
year. Many of them were estates of
I importance, the laiR-est bt-lnfr. that of
i I-'rank A. Michael; Riven a $50,000.
w hich ha been accomplishliiu such re
markable results throughout this coun
try and t'una.1.1, is composed of the
most beneficial roots and herbs known
... Th- 4..i.,ni,l- iu f.lltvK' efh.
leal and complies will all National ! having a beneficial action upon the or
and State Pure Food and Dru UiWK.'an "f a-HIon, whoso proper func
AlthouRh, there are ten ingredients! 1 "ninf results in the purification m
in Tanlac, each of which is of recog-ll le ol",d l11' "a,,H,nB( "
bi therapeutic value. i" m- , ,n o"Jtiu,l
and poisonous ingredient of the blooo
-nany or uksc in,x,iieo.s -'' !ir r,mvt.( and the entire system In-;
individually known and used since civ. i viratp! and vilaiz.j.
Hizatlon first bepan, and some of them Tanli4(. wa3 primarily for
have been ufd and pi ewnbed bv l"-!(hp C),rreciion of disorder of the Ktom
iii(T physicians everywhere, but until h Jivpp and hPiH. At the same
they 'were brongbt together In proper I tj,n( how,.v,.r, it is a powerful recoil
proportion and association, a In th , s.nlrHve mic and lKI(iy lluHlier, for it
Tanlac formula, humanity hud not j ,,.,Ilmiv fmVH lhat anv medicine
heretofore realized their full value and i,,. hrlliKlt ah(mt proer assimilation
l'f''"t ' " of tho food and a thorough elimination
In referring to one of the more irn-i f the waste product must, therefore,
ponant Ingredients of Tanlac, the Kn-have a far-r'ichinff and most benefi
cyclopediB Itrlttanlca stiy: "It has j tai effect upon the entire system,
been the source of the most valuable Although Tanlac claim for u
tonlo medicines that have ever' been premacy are abundantly supported by
discovered." In refrrinj to others of I the world's leading authorities, It is
the ireneral toiilc drug contained In the people themsclve who havercally
Tanlac, the 13th Kdition of Potter's! made Tanlac what it I. Million upon
Therapeutic, a standard mpdlcal text! millions have used it with gratifying
book, Btate that "They imptirt g-eperal results, and have told other millioni!
one and strength to the entire aystem, what it has done for them. That is
jlncludlng; all organ and tissues.",' v.hy Tanlac has become the real scn
! This same well-known authority, in, scation of the drus trade in this com:,
'describing the physiological action of j try and Canada, and that i also why
Istfll another of the ingredients of Tan- it is having the largest pale of any
lac, which Is of value in treating whnt medicine of iui kind In the world toda.
he who mom: 4 '
THE MOST OFTEN
GIVES THE LEAST.
Our advertisement r. ." xt the char
'" . , ,., acter of the : ! ;re.
Our promises are not idle words but
our pledge to the community we
Herve. , ,
No exaggerations are permitted
either in the printed or written
word.' ' .
But our guarantee means just wnat
No exjgeertB Tlie Truth is strong
TIic Largest Iliaim.ii'l IcalT in I jisttrn Orrgon.
IVoin This Kvcninit. The Annual
Junior prom will b held this evening
at tho Klk's home nt nine o clock In
honor of the smlor class. Final prep
arations have 'been made to make this
prom one of tho best in the history of
the achonl. The Junior prom Is for
mal in nature and I the only high
school dame which ha the sanction
of the school board. Invitations have
been issuml to member of the senior
class and faculty members.
courage the under classmen to turn
out for the spring sport. I'endleton
j will send a team to the eastern. Ore
l gnn track meet whh h is to be held In
I'nion in May. Member of the ren
dleton tam will probably make the
trip to I'nion by car. The interclass
meet wili be held at the 'Kound-l'p
grounds within the next week, or 'two.
The place will be pretty well distrib-
Soldis. Win M""t In the trial track
merl held at the high school athletic
Held Wednesday the sophomore clasR
proved Bi.perlor In tho events, winning
the n eet by sevcrnl points. Some ex
cellent material waa ojsomered in the
meet and these men will be Rorted
out and an effort will le made to en-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKI An old Ford cheap the
older the better Phone 27".
Despain & Lee
209 E. Court St.
e save you money
' Dollar Specials
i Green Onions
Per sack, $2.40
Per Sack, $10.00
Swifts, per pound, 40c
20 bars R. W.Soap....$1.00
6 cans V. N. Butter,
1 nound $1.00
9 cans Peas $1.00
f nnnnds Coffee $1.00
7 cans Corn $1.00
8 cans Tomajoes $1.00
5 cans W. V. Peas....$1.00
10 packages Mince
Meat ; $1-00
15 pounds S. W.
i pounds Lima
3 pounds M. J. B.
(B) Cofee $1-00
10 pounds Macca-
roni - r. $1-00
10 pounds Sugar $1.00
9 pounds Trunes $1.00
10 pounds Dried
10 cans Hebe Milk ..$1.00
3 dozen for 70c
Per sack, $1.50
3 dozen for 50c
5 pounds M. J. B.
r.rr eo At
5 pounds Hills Red.. $2.40
5 pounds Hills Blue $1.65
fi lbs. Gold Shield.... $2.40
3 pounds Bulk Coffee 85c
Lorn Meal, per 6ack....4ic
Graham Flour, per sk 65c
Kerrs Oats, per sack.. 70c
Oats, per package, ea. 35c
Wheat Flakes, pkg 40c
Head Rice, 2 pounds....25c
7 for ....$1.00
4 cans Peaches 90c
4 cans Apricots 90c
Onion Sets, 2 pounds.. ..25c
Dried Peaches, per lb. 25c
Snowdrift, 8 pounds $1.75
Olvmpic Pan Cake
Flour, 3 for $1.00
itfd anion? the classes and the meet
promises to be an interesting one.
Headaches fpom Slight Colds
OftOVF. S Laxative nKOMO QUI.V
IXH Tablets relieve the Headache bv
curing the Cold. A tonic laxative and
perm dcKtroyer. The genuine bears
the sisnature of K. W. Grove; (Eo
sure von pet Rl'.nMO.l 30c. Adv.
First Photo of Mrs. Weeks
J. C. Penney Col. A Nat ion-Wide Institution -
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Per pound, 23c
Per care, $3.50
Per pound, 4.5c
1" ' This is Mrr.. John W Vks. wife of the Rcr'xry of wur
"M7 husband J in public itfo. I um not." site aaiif lit r:t'jiuft
earlier requests to pose..
Puts Pep Into Tigers
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Do Your Shoe Dollars
Buy 100 Cents in Service?
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO THE MOST THAT
YOUR MONEY WILL BUY
We can and do sell good shoes for less money.
Because we buy direct from the manufacturer in
tremendous quantities, thus eliminating all mid
dlemen's profits and other usual expenses of mar
keting. These savings go into the pockets of our
patrons through our lower retail prices. More
than Seven Million Dollars Worth of good shoes
made under our own specifications are sold by
Penney stores every-year.
SMART LOW SHOES FOR WOMEN
Clever one strap pumps, plain toe, two button
strap, close edge sole, military heel, black - or
dark brown kid, pair ..'..: !... $4.93
Black kid pump as pictured above, but with open
work strap, fine black kid, close edge sole, high
leather heel, pair $4.98
Black kid pump with long vmp, ornamented by
small ribbon bow, close edge sole, Cuban ' t
heel - - V.SO
Black kid oxford, very fine quality, Goodyear welt
sole, six concealed eyelets, high leather heel,
Black oxford of finest satin kid, Goodyear welt
sole, six eyelets. Cuban heel, imitation tip,
CHILDREN'S LOW SHOES
Canvas, patent leather, black or white, kid sizes,
2 1-2 to 5 $1.25, $1.49, $1.69, $1:89, $2:19
Roman sandals, one strap scuffers, Theo ties and
one strap styles, patent leather, calf, kid and
canvas, 5 to 8 $1.49, $1.69, $1.98, $2.25, $249
Same styles in sizes 8 1-2 to 11
$1.98, $2.25, $2.49, $2.79, $3.25
Styles as above, sizes 11 1-2 t-i 2
. ..$1.98, $2.49, $2.93, $3.25
TENNIS SHOES CHAMPION KEDS
Little Gents', sizes 8 to 10 1-2 98c
Children, sizes 11 to 2 $1.29
Bovs,' sizes 2 1-2 to 6 - $1.39
Boys' Holdfast, suction sole, 2 1-2 to 6 $2.49
Women's sizes, 2 1-2 to 7 .$1.39
Men's, sizes 6 to 11 s $1.49
J. C Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
- T CnbVs long sail Is keeping his playero pppd up. On paper
ths Detroit Tlgors do not i,hape up sj pojwsut contnde "
thse csucht the Cotbl tn flh.-ing spi.it Kbich makes them ons of
ths best teams in the Americas League. Taelr new nunsger-plajrer
was photoed at the tralniug camp In San AEtonlo. T'yas.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Price
v Eat Orenouian Printing Department.