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WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1921.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
People Here and There
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Harry Jllriilwa, JnimncHe who Ih em- Wlmn oak In Imricd In water or in,
ployed Hi tlio' S. It. Thompnon horn, In wet Kind It will lam for icnlurloH. O.-ik
aotmir M Interpreter rturliiK the trlullHon under hi'ldm-n conatiucled by the
of Shl'tiata, JulmncHe-Hawnllun who In ; Koiiibiih two thounand yeui a uko have
chat'lfed with the. first demon murder oeon found to ho in nound an when'
.if M. Okamato. Htralwa la very Intel- they were flrHt placed In portion
ligent and during lila njure llmo la
Htudylng law lit the hope of mine duv
lining admitted to the oar. - He findx
the trial Intereatlng an It given him an
opportunity to study the circuit court
of the United States.
J. II. Herr caahler of the Athena
State Hank, and O. K. Itneiler, pre.nl.
ilenl of the name Inatltutlon, were In
rendleton today on bualneait,
Marlon Kvana, prominent attorney
of Walla Walla, wan hero today tak
ing rare of buNineiuj matterx.
I1. M. Collier went to Holdmun UiIh
mornl'ig where he trunnacted Iegul
Karl R. Sanders, a Baker man, won
In i'endleton today on ouulnens.
Mm. I.. W. Drunmnilth of I -a Grande
waa here yeiiterday.
Jack Griffith of
oci.oxk imiks mi ni dam ai
HATTIKSIIi nn, Miss., April 27.
(U. 1") Iletwoen ten Olid 15 men,
women and children were killed and
more th:in GO Injured by a cyclone
that razed the town of Ilraxton, MIhh.,
aeoordltiK to ndvlcen received here.
the; sky way man
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You-can pay in 7, 15 or 30 days, which is just
the same as cash to us. and save you time and
money and gives unsurpassed service, by using
the phone. Just call 409, and order your daily
needs. We will take care of sending you good
goods at cash prices.
We maintain our own delivery. 1
Yours, for a new customer.
The Economy Grocery
113 W. WEBB ST.
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MarrlM'.'J Mccjiko Kectiml.
A marrlau lloeiiMO huH been Isnued
to JeHBe I'. HoHiclan of Portland and
lOveiyn Hurlinn of I'endleton by Court
ty Clerk It T. Ilrown.
I feixliint (;! JiHluniciit.
A oemoniil iudKioent In favor of
the defendant haa been returned by
Judne fillheit W. rhelpa In the cnao of
'lyde 11. C. Herbert nuainst Idii J.
lieebo and other. Hy the provlHlono
of the decree the defendant la award
ed a peiHonal Judgment of J850 and
Sue On Account.
illlia uK(,-reatln)f $276.55 are the ba-
als of a au:t broiinht by U H. Nell and
C. .'. Darker aitalnat ft. M Walker,
who wek to recover that amount
which la alleged to be due for mate
rlnla and aervlces rendered W. J.
Warner la tho attorney for the plain-tiffs.
CniHfl I,ow Out.
A littlo Inveatlpation made today by
Cyril Proebstel, deputy county clerk,
showa that since April 18 there have
been more auita brought for divorce
thnn there have been mai-finee li
censes Inmied. During; the nine week
days six aulta for divorce have been
brouitht In circuit court and only five
marrlaue license have been applied
OiM Treatment AlleRed.
CharRlng thnt her husband haa
treated her In a cruel and Inhuman
manner and that he haa made falso
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Try Musterole. See How
Quickly It Relieves
Yon just rubMuslerolc in briskly, and
usually the pain to gone a delicious,
oothingcomfort comes to takeitsplace.
Musterole is a dean, white ointment;
made with oil of mustard. Use it instead
of mustard plaster. Will not blister.
Many doctors and nurses use Muster
vie and recommend it to their patients.
They will gladly tell you what relief
It gives from sore throat, bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lam.
bago, pains and aches of the back or
joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises,
chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the
chest. Always dependable.
Soc and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00
) 1 SACK SPUDS, $1.501 SACK SUGAR, $9.50-11 SACK FLOUR, $2.00
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
Phone 880 " ' . ' 209 E. Court St.
1 lb. M. J. B. Coffee....50c
3 lbs. M. J. B. Coffee $1.45
5 lbs. M. J. B. Coffee $2.35
1 lb. Hills Red 50c
2 1-2 lbs. Hills Red ..$1.20
5 lbs Hills Red $2.35
3 lbs. Hills Blue ...95c
1 lb. Hills Blue 35c
1 lb. Bulk, best 30c
31b. Bulk, beat S5c
1 lb. Bulk, best 25c
5 lb. Bulk, best $1.00
1 lb. Gold Shield 50c
5 lb. Gold Shield $1.45
5 lbs. Gold Shield ....$2.35
Swift's Ham, lb 40c
Armour Bacon, lb 45c
Picnic Ham, lb 23c
1 lb. Gun Powder Tea 40c
1 can Tuxedo Tobacco 15c
1 can Velvet Tobacco..l5c
1 can P. Albeit Tob 15c
2 Jars Mustard 25c
2 packages Puff Ric....35c
2 packages Puff Wht. 30c
2 caps Apricots 45c
2 cans Plums 45c
2 cans Pork and Bean3 25c
3 Campbell Soups 40c ;
7 cans Corn $1.0
1 can Pumpkin 10c
6 cans Solid Pack
Tomatoes , $1-00
2 pounds Butter 90c
2 loaves Bread 25c
1 barrel Flour $8.40
1 sack Sugar $9-50
1 case Tomatoes $3.50
1 case corn $3.50
1 sack Stock Salt 65c
1 Brick Salt -P5c
4 boxes Matches 25c
Wc handle Pendleton
Bread, ..which . by t?t
proves to be the best, Why
pay a premium on other
bread that by test isn't the
best. . v
Regular lOt loaves t
...3 for 25c
..,..1...,...2 for 23c
Large 2;pouwd double
loaf ...U.,.t.....,... 15c
Are You Getting All the
Benefit When Price
Unless you are a custo
mer of a cash store the
chances are that you dont
get them till long after
they go into effect. The
average stores are selling
you goods at the old price."
long after the prices have
dropped. Wc give you
immediate advantage of
all declines as the volume
of our business keeps new
goods and lower prices for
White Satin $2.00
24 pounds Flour $1.15
10 pounds Flour 50c
Oats, 9 pounds 55c
Graham Flour, 10 lb. 50c
Farina, 10 pounds .55c
Corn Meal, 9 pounds....45c
3 large Oly. P. C.
2 Corn Flakes 25c
10 ponnds net
Swift's Lard $2.25
6 pounds Crisco $1.35
4 pounds Snowdrift 90c
8 pounds Snowdrift ..$1.75
GOLD CREST BUTTER
This ' butter is an all
pweet cream butter and is
the hiphest quality.
2 pound roll S0c
Strictly fresh, per doz. 25c
10 POUNDS SUGAR, 95c 5 POUNDS SUGAR, 5Cc
2 lbs. Peanut Butter....35c
4 lbs. Sago 25c
4 lbs. Tapico 25c
3 lbs. Rice ..25c
6 lbs. W. Beans 50c
5 lbs. Macaroni 50c
2 lbs. Lima Beans 25c
12 lbs. Spuds 25c
8 lbs. Onions 25c
10 lbs. Sugar 95c
5 lbs. Sugar 50c
1 gal. Wesson Oil ....$2.50
1 quart Wesson Oil 65c
5 lbs. Pink Beans 50c
2 pkgs. Corn Flakes 25c
2 pkgs. Post Toasties..25c
3 bars Palmolive Soap 25c
4 bars Royal White 25c
7 bars Crystal White..50c
2 bars Steam Refined..25c
1 bar Fels Naptha 10c
1 large bar Ivory ...15c
1 pkgs Swansdown ....50c
1 package Citrus 30c
1 pkg. Swift's Pride.... 20c
7 cans Carnation
8 cans Canyon Milk $1.00
10 cans Hebe Milk....$1.00
3 cans Borden Eagle
1 large Box Crackers..85c
1 med. box Crackers....40c
1 gallon Tea Garden
1 gallon Liberty Bell
1 gallon Karo 95c
1 gal. Golden
1 gallon Molasses S5c
3 largo cans Pineapple 95c
3 pkgs Citrus Powder.. 80c
2 pkgs Lux 25c
2 cans Skat 23c
1 bottle Ammonia 15c
12 dozen Bottle Caps....35e
1 lb. Cocoa 25s
1 lb. Coffee 23c
1 bottle Catsup 30c
3 packages Sod.i 2Gc
Attorncj Present AriciinicntM.
It 1h expected that the Jury that has
heard the testimony In the Kchibato
murder trial will he Riven the cane for
deliberation by thlh evening. The
taking of all tcKtimony wan concluded
today at noon and with the resump
tion of court thin Vflernoon attorneys
began making their arguments. The
lefense In the case has been based on
the theory that the Jap was tempor
arily maddened with drugs given hhn
In drinka when he made the attack
against Okomota. The state has at
tempted to show that the crime was
committed with robbery as the mo
tive. The irtate'g case has been handl
ed by II. I. Keator, district attorney,
and his deputy, '. 55. Handall, and the
Jap Is defended by Fred Steiwer and
"Here's Real Tobacco"
, . , r- says the Good Judge J
That gives a man more
genuine chewing satis
faction than he ever got
out of the ordinary kind.
-so it costs less to chew
this class of tobacco.
And the good, rich to
bacco taste gives a world
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco - 6
9 RIGHT CUT 13 a short-cut tobacco
accusations aiialnKt her "in name,
Heulah May Hush has instituted ac
tions fur a divorce from It.ilph I.
Kiish. It Is t forth that the couple
married at Sulem April 3, 1911 and
Issued. The local fire department was
I soon on the lob and the fire was ex
tinguished in but a short time. Hub
, ber had been placed in the stove and
.It had burned the chimney thus caus-
thero are two minor children. The j Ing the alarm.
plaintiff seeks custody of the children I F. W. Andrews returned home Tues-
and 1 .10 a month as alimony. Peter
son, Hlshop and ( iait; are the plain
day morning from a short business
j trip to Portland.
I Miss Lena Kononan of Xolln is here
j taking care of Mrs. George Jines, who
I is very III
SPEED LIMIT SIGNS ARE
(Hast Oregonlan Fpecial.)
KCHO, April The man
made an nnsueoessfnl attack on
year-old Krho school girl about two
weeks ago was found here Monday and
Identified by the girl. H was arrested
Immediately and placed In the city Jail
that afternoon. He gave his name as
being. Emerk Zantje. In his trial be
fore Justice Crarv's court Tuesday
Morning he was airaln Identified as the
man and bound over to the grand Jury.
Sheriff Honser took him to Pendleton
Tuesday noon where he will be held
in the county Jail awaiting the findings
Sfr. and Mrs. Hansen of Pleasant!
Valley Orc(;on, are visiting at the J. P. .
Bell hnnift i
C. K. Hawkins is employed with
both trucks hauling gravel on the i
highway near Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Howard of Butter ;
Crnek were shopping In Echo, Monday. J
County sheriff, Zoeth Houser, was j
in Rcho on-official business, Tuesday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. -Ralph Saylor spent
the week-end with friends and rela- ;
ttves In Milton and Freewater.
Speed limit signs were placed on the
highway by the school house, Monday,
by an order from the city council. ,
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Bleakney are the
proud parents of an 8-pound daughter
born to them, Sunday at the Hermls
ton hospital. ,
Mr& Frank Hale, who has been in
Seattle this winter for medical treat-1
ment, returned to her horn in Echo,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thomson, Chas.
Bartholomew and R. It- Lewis went
to Pendleton this morning to appear
before the county court to ask county
aid on the Echo Butter creek road. -There
has been 145 days labor sub
scribed with teams or . tractors all
ready and it Is thought probably that
when the county court takes a Uttle.in
terest in the road more labor will be
Mrs. F. Hoskins and son and Violet
Corrtgael went to Heppner today to ;
visit Rudy Corrigael of that city, who
is employed in the First- National i
Bank . - 1
A very delightful birthday party was
enjoyed by a large company of friends
Rt the home of Mrs. Twig Teel and son
last Sundat- afternoon.
Mrs. It. B. Stanfield left Sunday for
Portland where she will Join her hus
band, who went down with cattle Sat
urday evening. j
Ollie Lee of the Big Ptone Flat eoun
of the Jury. During the trial In Justice
court he feigned deafness and accord- j try west of Butter Creek was and Echo
Ing to all Indications it Is thought that
he is demented. He Is a Russian hut
can speak some English and is about
thirty years of age.
Mrs. Ralph Singer and children who
have been visiting for the past two I Hermlston.
' V. B. Finley of Hei-miston spent
Monday in Echo attending to business.
Mr. Finley recently rented his large
wheat ranch In Sand Hollow and mov
ed to his newly purchased home In
weeks at the home of Alex Malcolm
left Sunday for their home- In Waits-burg.
V. H. Hiil and brother R. C. Hill,
left Echo for Portland on their way to
Vancouver this morning. The Hill
brothers are the men who fortunately
escaped injury in a car wrecked on
tho highway Saturday morning.
The people of Echo were very ex
cited Monday evening about 8:30 when
the fire boll rang loudly for the first
time In many months. A large number
of people rushed to the Echo Tire
Shop from whence columns of smoke
Going to London'
.ht - - -
W. J. Wattenburger who was called .
to Pendleton Monday to act as a Juror,
will sit in the jury now trying the Jap
murder case in the county court. !
H. W. Hill and brother. R. C. Hill,
tourists from Poston. Mass., are still j
wondering how they ever escaped with
a whole skin when their car plunged
over an eight foot embankment on the i
highway a short distance above Echo ;
Saturday morning. The boys wore on i
their way from Boston Mass., to Van- i
couver. Wash, in an Overland caiy a.l
of course as they had honrd how good
our roads were they were stepping on
the gas at a pretty good rate when !
they attempted to pass a car. As their I
car hit the soft gravel it left the road
and turned completely over landing'
on its side, spilling the boys, baggage
and nil out in the ditch. They both
received a severe shaken up and H.
W. Hill has a badly wrenched back.
Thev will continue their Interrupted
trip as soon as their car can be repair
ed in the local garage.
Flint Dawson of stnnficld was and
Bcho visitor Saturday.
When Ambassador George Harvey
goes to England to represent Uncle
Sam. bis granddaughter, Dorothy
Thompson, la going to visit Mm and
may remain and go to achool over
i'roiier Treatment For Whooping
n is of Interest to all and especiail)
.1, me parents of young children to
mow what is best to be done for
whooping cough. Mis. Walter Bcall,
Pattonsbnrg, Mo., relates her experience.-
"A few years ago, our children
had whooping cough and the only
medicine we gave them was Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It kept their
coughs loose and expectoration easy.
They were not sick very long and had
a light at'.ack of it. i give credit for
their speedy core to this medicine."
This is a massage ltniment, especial
ly valuable for the relief of rheumatic
pains nnd soreness of the muscles.
Mrs. E. C. Dodge, Whitesboro, N. Y.,
writes: -The splendid results I and
other members of my family have re
ceived by the use of Chamberlain's
Liniment, warrant my endorsing it iu
the highest terms."
Only Makes a Pad Matter Worse
Perhaps you have never thought of
it. but the fact must ho apparent, to
every one, that constipation Is caus
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the use of drastic cathartics, like the
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make a lhd matter worse, as they tako
too much water out of the - system
Chamberlain's Tablets are much more
mild and gentle In effect and when the
proper dose is taken, their action la so
natural that one can hardly real lie
that It Is the effect of a medicine.
;xh1 Advice to the Bilious
Those who are bilious, dyspeptic and
constipated feel miserably a good shars
of the time. They would soon feel fin
and enjoy their meals If Miey would
take a few doses of Chamberlain
Tablets to strengthen their digestion
and regulate tho liver and bowels.
And They Lived
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Silk braids and carpet embroidery orna
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SILK PETTICOATS $2.69
We are still able to offer a comprehensive
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