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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORECOIT, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY lT, 1021.
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OFFICES AND OFFICERS
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Joe Martin's Family Arrives
UK Murrluirei Hceiim
A llceniio to wed hint heen lulled to
PrunclH csionn Smith nnu Munlllu Hue
W l ight, buth of I'llut Jtock.
lVimlnlo ttrmvr lined
I). H. AVendler, proprietor of tho
Forndulo Krneery, wiih fined $25 thin
morning In thi court of Jimtlce Joe H.
l'arkea on n charge of Kelllnn dairy
nutter that wnR Improperly labelled
The fine wuh paid.
ANkN I 'or ;iiiinlluii
In behalf of his minor children,
Rudolph M. Cronimtdln Jr. and ICIIji
heth C. Croniinullii, lliulolph M. Crom
m el I n hH prem-nted a petition to JudKc
1. M. Hohannep Heekinff the appoint
ment of u legal guardian.
Huh l)loliiiite ItatDrdod
Frederick H. Frederlokwin, who wiih
ii ltd HeiHeant In tho army, nan pie
Hvnted his honorubla dlMchiirgo at the
offloo of the county clerk to bo record.
I'd. The dlwhiinso Hhow that ho co
unted ut Ktanfleld September 3, 1H17
and ww dlmharsed Kepteniber 3, 111 la.
t'i v. V
Jo Martin, famous monkey movie actor, nan accumulated enouift
money to pet his wife and triplets here from Borneo. They arrived
eently it the ropiest of Joes trainer, and are now enjoying Ue
molc stars in their California koine.
Movcn I'o I'cndli'loii
Jndife mi (I Mrs. I. M. Kehannep are
rexldeiits of I'endleton. The task of
moving- their effecln. which has taken
up a Kood deal of tho piiHt week i I
nliout flushed. Their new home In lit
r34 (irant street. "We've not done
v.lth the job yet, but we have prmtreiw
ed far enoiiah that we sleep here nii.v
huw," Judge Srhunnep said this afternoon.
VVhltey," were fined In the court of
Justice Joe II. l'urken this morning
on a charge of having opium and
morphine In their poKNesiuon. The
two Chinese received $100 each and
I'honK paid, lie was Immediately ar
rested and placed in Jall again to
await the arrival of federal officers
from I'ortlaud. ltalpli Howard paid
$25 utter pleading RUilly to a cfiarpo
I of having lienor In bin possession Il
HEAD OF WALLA WALLA
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL
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SPEAK HERE THURSDAY
Itmir AthltVt Fliml.
Lee Chun. Jim Choiitf uml Horman
Kohr, licttiT known um "SjMikanp
Tru way to bom lantfttr, !), healthy,
ti dow your. b tn pieturr; lb ihadowa
art to you iaa 01 hm ovior icuucuwn n
wripbu N currlDf or u4ioui tiri. No
flow of mm tali, no
thyroid, M lo of Una. Just
follow tbawrnpta, aaay Kara In
ayatam mn4 r4ue 1 0 lo
avr yoQ ttd
to) ondar tewDy-fuod fuai
aarndad by tthyaioana. Add ta
your eapamhiv and charm.
A max all who know you. Ba-
i enma II ah tar In ataa. vaunoat
la appaarancK, aiiraettva, cio In haahh, add
jraara to your lltal Taka your ma ur iron w
and wslgot of too and look at yourU lo mirror
ta know tha graat bnlit. Ioo't low any
mora Ubmi aurt aow aed aftjoy tha thrill ol
bom mint alandar. Aak for bo tA KORCIN
TASULIw pranoottrrd kotarn) at any dru
otora. Aaept to auixtltuta. Or mad i.d
to tu for bei: or wrlta for fro hrochura.
Ktrcii Cw HF-61, StatiM X. Mew Tut, I. T,
I li tioii Supplies Arriw.
A ItiK" rox full of Mipi!i-H tliat will
bo um'l in the npfM lal rlactfon Juno 7
1 1 jus bwn receiv' at the .office of
County Clerk It. T, lleown. The sup
plies t'onit of ropffH of Um elHtlon
law? of the ulati-, lc:ul pcncilM, ub
iHtruct of vott-ji, official huIh for hal
i hit boxoK, tally h licet aii'l Ktatcrnciil.
I The vttlni,' lists are hciiiK- prepared
now, ami the immense umounl of
clerical worn nan made necessary me
efforts of un added clerical worker In , 4,
mlditton to thy work Httarhes of the
office are doing cveniiiK-
FOREIGN TRADE HAS !l
DROPPED 50 PER CENT
IN LAST SIX MONTHS'
Airamrements have been com
pleted whereby It. E. Allen,
president of tho Walla Walla,
Commercial Mub will bo In
I'endleton as the principal speak
er of the weekly luncheon of the
Commercial Association Thurs
The luncheon will be held at
the Quelle cafe. As usual the
hour of nuctlni? will be 1
o'clock sharp, and the meeting
will adjourn at 1:15 In order
that members will not be kept
away from their phices of busi
ness any longer than necessary.
1 Mr. Allen will speak on h live
topic. Itetervatlons for places
should bemiad at the offices of
the Commercial Association as
soon as possible In order that the
membership may, be aocommo
All Mothers Will Find Use
For This Laxative
Gi Dr. Caldwell't Syrup Pepsin to a
constipated child and note its
TN a growing family tlie nubject of
thought with the parents is how to
keep the children healthy and happy,
and what to do when they become ill.
Most illnesses of childhood are the
symptoms of constipation, such as
headaches, coated tongues, flatulence,
dizziness, . loss of appetite and sleep,
You can surely feel safe in doing- what
tens of thousands of others do with good
results, so give, according to the age of
the child, a small quantity of Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. Eiyht million
bottles were bought last vear at drug
stores. It is America's favorite family
remedy for constipation, Indigestion
and similar ills, and is especially suitable
for children, women and old folks as
it is so mild and gentle in action.
There is no secret about Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. It is a combination
of Egyptian Senna and other simple
laxative herbs with pepsin and pleasant
tasting aromatics. Druggists have sold it
for thirty years, and a sixty cent bottle
will laot for months. Experienced
mothers are never without it in the
TRY IT FREE
S'nJ me your name and ai
dresi and I u ill stndyvua free
trial bottle of my Syruli Pepsin.
Addiesi me Dr. W. B. Ca'd
itdl, j: Washington Street
MonticJio, Illinofj. Every
body now and then needt a
lawrtee, and it Is well to know
tf best. Write me today.
I For a Real Smoke i
WASIIIN'OTO.V. May 17. (f. P.)
American forelRn trade dropped iliorej
than 60 per cent in the last six I
months. Secretary of Commerce!
Hoover told the house appropriations j
committee. He also Informed the)
conKressinen that at present the coun- I
tiy's oil production Is estimated to
lat only IS or 0 years. - I
(Tablets or Granules)
With or without waitsvt
pleasant to talc.
haSh ar acorr a bowhb
Now Z for 15c
DR. C. H. DAY
rbyskian and Stirgeoa
Rooms tl and 26 Smlth-Crawfort
S 1 Bufldlnr
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VISIT TUNNEL SITE
(Kant Orcgontan Special.)
KCIKt. May 17. Two of Echo's
moHt prominent business men, A. H.
Thomson, of the Echo Anto Co., and
J. Frank Spinning, of tho Spinning
UriiR Store, left here Friday to Inspect
the Teel tunnel site. While on their
return they had the misfortune to
break some parts of their auto and
phoned here for repairs and mechan
ics. Nell liock and Jim Kpperson left
Sunday morning with the extras. Ow
ing to the rain, It Is uncertain when
the men will return and whether they
will stop at McKay creek to fish as
they had Intended doing.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. II. Crary and
daiiiihtcr Nan, and a friend, Mrs.
I'AXCAKKR In a jiffy
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Diseases ant
Diseases of Women. X Ray Electro
Temple Bids;. Boom 1)
Phone II0-W P. (t. Box aft'
THURSDAY, MAY 19
I'endleton Public Library 2 p. in. Pilot Hock 3 p. m.
Johnson were business visitors In I'en
Among tho many Echo people In
Pendleton Saturday were Mrs. J. P.
Hell, Irene Bell, Mrs. A. H. May, Miss
Gladys' Wold, I. M. Peterson, Donald
Madison, Charles Dallas, r. D. Holms,
Oaylord Madison nnd Charles Thorn
ton. Mr. and Mrs. F. XV. Andrews and
daughter Carrie were Pendleton visit
ors Saturday. They were accompanied
home by their daughter Miss P.essie
Andrews, who Is one of the Athena
high school teachers.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. Neely. Mrs. A.
H. May, and Allen Murine and family
enjoyed a picnic on the river above
The Echo baseball team defeated the
Irrigon team on the latters diamond
Sunday. The score was IS to 2.
Mr. and Mrs. John Howard, Mrs
Hoy Hale, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kssel
styn, Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge Mitchell and
children, enjoyed a picnic dinner on
tho Columbia river Sunday after
after which they attended the Echo
Irrlgon ball game, and then fished on
the river and after a delicious picnic
supper returned to their homes, tireu
A family reunion wnsheld Sunday
at the home of rtev. S. M. Malhes, at
Pine City neighborhood on Putter
Creek. All of their nine children were
Mrs. C. II. F.ssclstyn will move Into
the F. F. Clcorge apartment about
C. E. Bartholomew and family of
Putter Creek, spent Sunday at the F.
W. Andrews home.
Mrs. W. W. Esselstyn went to Walla
Walla Tuesday morning on business
and pleasure combined. She expects
to return home Wednesday.
Dan Smythe shipped a hand of
Mhoep from here Monday to their sum
mer range. He drove the sheep here
:rom Arlington, which required seven
days for the trip.
The Misses Ixils and Ruth dohbcll
were Hermlston visitors Sunday.
J. XV. Copplnger, who suffered a
stroke of paralysis April l, is still In
A very serious condition.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Watterburger
and little son Earl, were Echo business
visitors Monday from their home on
Pryan Hronstetter came here from
Seattle Monday to visit his father C
II. Hranstetter. He expects to return
to Seattle soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wisglesworth of
Uttl Butter Creek were in Echo
M. S. M linkers returned from Salem
Friday where he Had been visiting his
(JeorRe Coppingcr was a Pendleton
Mrs. Manuel Pedro and children
went to Pendleton Saturday where
they will remain visiting relatives un
til I'. D. Holmes is ready to accompany
them to their new home In California.
Mrs. Frank Hale, 'who spent the
greater part of the spring In Seattle
tor the benefit of her health and re-
Dr. Wlrth, member of the former
Fehrenbach ministry In Germany,
became the new chancollor when he
was able to gather a cabinet that
consented to meet the allied repara
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LOST Set of keys with name plate on
Main St.. yesterday forenoon. He
ward Ketnru to this office.
turned recently to her home on the
Meadows is muclworse the past week,
her ailment is due to excessive blood
Frank Irvine, who was ill for about
ten days with lumbago is able to be
P.alph Stanfield and Sloan Thom
son went to the head waters of Mc
Kay creek to fish. They left Sunday
and returned Monday. They report
the water too muddy for fishing.
Kcv. and Mrs. J. C. Faucett and
Miss Albon, of fctanfield, were dinner
guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Myers.
Mrs. I. H. Uobbvll spent Sunday at
the I). W. Bowman home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Drew and Miss
Gladys Wold were Sunday visitors at
the home of Gaylord Madison on But
Echo was blessed with .47 of an inch
of rain Sunday night.
Helix, 2 p. 111.
Weston, 2 p. 111.
FKIDAY, MAY 20
SATURDAY, MAY 2 1
Kit II SAUK A nice, i'diiifortablo
house, 7 rooms, fine lawn. Rood
notKhltnihood. rluso in. electric light.
khs, fnr JI.'HUt cah or on easy tirm
to rexiH.iiH.Mi party. For fuilln r par
ticulars rite. 1'. . lU'S
MAY AND JULY WHEAT
PIES STEADY TOAY
With May w heat a quarter of a cent
hinher th;in ycslrrday's market, and
July wheat al the same figure us yes
terday, the Chicago ;'uin market to
day nuolos May wheat $1.46 1-4 and
July $1.1:. 1-4. Following are the
quotations received by uvcrU't'k &
Cooke, local brokers:
Open. Hich. Low. Close.
Slav l.4i!i2 ? 1 . 4 r. !i J1.4ii4
July Li:.', l.ls 1.1 W 1.1"'U
Wheat The curly iulancc which
orrurred in response to unfavorable
Athena o p. in.
Milton, 8 p. in.
Wonder What's in the Bottle!
Detailed explanation of the Oregon Co-operative Grain Growers' plan of
marketing wheat, and our connection with the newly formed National associ
ation, the United States Grain Growers, Incorporated, will he explained in
detail to Umatilla county wheat growers by Mr. Geo. C. Jewett, Vice President
of the United States Grain Growers, Incorporated.
Oregon,' Washington, Idaho and Montana wheat growers decided within
the last week to follow this plan. 1200 Oregon growers have signed 4,000,000
bushels of wheat for marketing under this plan within the last three months.
8500 growers in the northwest have signed fore than 23,000,000 bushels,
v Operating in conjunction with United States Grain Growers, the Oregon
Co-operative Grain Growers Association will obtain for the grower large ben
efits from the Finance and Export Corporation of the National Association.
'. Come out and hear it explained. . rf
Watch this space for future announcements.
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M-ftl.w.l.tilFill I mm Km i . Wll
Evtn th dry leaden pen on for sociability occsional1y. Hr ar
William J. "Pussj-foot" Johnson (rlirht) and Rev. Pr. Howard H. RuMelL
founder of the V. S. Anti-Saloon beacuc. hotographe4 in I-cndoo. Patf
then, lt' probal.ly only ctnper ale or poj.!
Graduation Gitt a
Wo would stiBKost a (food ,.,,. kwprr.
Many the man of Uslay h. ht.
l,o Hl..-n a Ik by l.ls pam.t.
at it it remiiMls lilm of th m ai.l their I.".
Allow rr ftmto a-'k n l.m '" "r,,,,'
that UI akl l.im lit lite future years.
f .us.vc aen J tl The GBXXS. tUe n-M In '..
tlful atcb In AiiH-rica. .
Tl.c Largist Diamond Uealem In Kawcrn ()r.rn
crop reports from central Kansas ail
ed to hold because of lack of adequate
outside buying power rather than any
conspicuous sellitur. Despite the late
decline the evidence today was more
convincing than ever that wheat is
gradually working Into a atronger po
sition. Stocks of wheat at terminals
are down to the minimum, and con
ceded that supplies of flour In this
country are at a low ebb. Foreigners
so far have been able to buy wheat
with comparative ease because the
domestic consumer, imbued with the
Ideas of lower prices has bought spar
ingly. Trices are now at a level w here
it is reasonable to assume that trade
interests encouraged by the Improve
ment In financial conditions will en
ter the market as buyers, tmder pres
ent conditions a situation of thin sort
could find reflection in higher prices
with crop uncertainty serving as an
Seattle Cash Market.
1 Red Winter. $1.35.
1 Hard White. $1.37.
! Soft White, $l..tT.
1 White Club, $1.37.
1 Hard Winter,
1 North Spring, $1.35.
1 Red Walla Walla, ,
Big Bend, $1.40. '
Portland Cash Market.'
1 Hard White, $1.40. I
1 Soft White, $1.39.
1 White Club, $1.39.
nan the pHtct appearmnrs f tor
campiocioa. Permanent and temporary
skin If bfcts are ettecthnty can re ahal
KeduccfronAitural color and t mil Ig
maylUn, Highly anlbeBtic. .
Smd 15c for Trial Sim '. '
l fTRn, T. HOPKINS SON. Nw 1
WHY THKY PARTED
"I was down with pain in my right j
side which at times almost crazed me. j
Most all of the doctors said operation.
But what I want to tell you Is the pain ;
disappeared with the first dose of your
medicine, and I never see any since.
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy has the
riKht name gas, sour stomach and
dyspepsia have left, too." It is a sim
ple, harmless preparation that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the Intes
tinal ailments, including apendicitis.
One dose will convince or money re
funded. Druggists everywhere.
607 I a, m. to S p. an.
Modem Dentistry -la
The consumption of crackers and cookies
has trebled in the past few years. It is only re
cently that the cracker industry has. attained
perfection. Today machinery grinds the golden
grains of our vast domain into the most delici
ous foods with hardly a touch of the human
hands. The very goal of sanitation and cleanli
ness. You will be more than satisfied with SNOW
FLAKE SODAS, matchelss crackers and cook
ies of every descriptipn. Nothing better for the
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
14 BARS S1.00
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Lesa
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
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