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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PJINDtETOH, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY, 2 If 1 021,- n r
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Reeling' for '30-Founders!
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People Here and There
Silver for the
, .1. W; WasHim of rm-tlutul, wan liuro
yextcrduy on buslneiis.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John ('rrciili'ii of Now
J'lyinuulh, wore horo yeHluiUy.
10. . 8iitiiiiulii,of llollx, win Ihto
VK.itrnluy loukliiK uftvr ImnlnuHn uf
That Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable
Compounjl Hal Extraordinary
Curative Power in Cases of
Columbus, O. "liulTored very much
pain during my monthly periods and
rrm fcit weak and all run
down. I tried many
remedies and the
doctor aaid I would
have to have an op-
i eration. Then bo.
fore my baby was
born I nad lerrmie
pains in my aideH. I
took Lydia E. Pinlc
Compound and it
heliied me wonder
fully. I have had
two children since I began taking your
modicine and did all of my own work in
eluding washing while carrying them.
I cn alao recommend Lydia . Pink
ham's Sanative Wash. You may use
thi letter as a testimonial if you wish. "
Mra. Thomas L. Christy, 704 West
Mound St., Columbus, Ohio.
Such a condition as Mrs. Christy was in
points directly to deranged condition
of a woman's system, and ty following
her example taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, women may be
relieved from such ailments and be re
stored to normal health and strength
just as she was.
If there is anything aboulVour condi
tion you do not understand write Lydia
E. Pinkham Medicine O , Lynn, Mass.,
in remrH in vour health.
Mrs. W. B. Campbell iwas here lo- KIiiiiIiik Oli-imin, teuclier at Iltrli:i
day aliopplnv. Her homo Is near C'ld No. 6H, trunwicted 1-iinlnem) here today
A. W. I'eurliy, an official of tho O.
W. It. & N. wui iiere 1unt iilnlit from
MIhm Verim Dixon who ti-iulieH In
Hrliool DlHirlrl :to. ill WUh a visitor III .
Pendleton today. '
James Uciiailon, rcMld'nt of (lie
Western Block Italsnvs' assoclntloii,
was u visitor hcr today from Weston.
U I llogerH and If. E. Kickers
made a trti to' tin" ci'illtiiK site of Din
(.'oiiiiiililu llasln Ull tompiiny jeHlu--Jay.
Ilr my Donls, tliiiiiiix'i'ii Iioi'hc slioe
ill( lies of IViidlrtiin, went to Portland
last iiIkIU where he will enjoy a vaca
tion for about a week.
I OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Joseph F. Kcltly, of Portland, Is n
guest at the home of Mr. nnd Airs.
Uiwell K, Kern. Mr. 'Itellly arrived
In I'eiidlclon yesterday.
Rhurlff SCoelh Iluiiser returned today
at noon from Ktun 'where he went yes
terday to mrve papers on residents of
the western part of the county.
Itcv. fi. T Clark has returned from
Cove and KlKin where lie delivered
commencement addresses before the
graduating classes at both places.
Wayne (iriiham ofAshtn, who Is
here as the Kiiost of his brother-in-law,
Paul Kills, accompanied "the lat
trr to Walla Walla Thursday evening.
'I'lny returned homo lust night.
Hay I.uprr, usslKtunt state enitlneer,
left last evening for Im Grande. Mr.
I.upcr has been engaged here for
the state engineer's office In . deter
nilnlng the fuels us to the present
water supply on McKay creek and the
lower I'niallllu river. The purpose
of this lueestigution Is to have data
that will show, after the McKay res
ervoir Is built, how much water is
from the roriilnr flow nf McKay and
hw ' .!-.
A licence to wed has Ii:imi issued al
t. lie office of Hie county clerk to Ai
nu Jniuaii of Touchet, WiiHlilngton,
and Thelma llynies of l'"ieiwater.
To Adllllnlstrl' list a I cm.
I.iIIith i,f adininiHtratloii l.uvc b' ei
issued to (ieorge A. Price for the en
title of Harlow T. Foster; to Mar.
Dyer Depew to udmlnl.stcr the e.ital
of Mlehuel McCiackcn; iiiio to Kditl
I.. Muhs for the e.ilate of Clyde A
To ;-t IMIvrry of lh-ml.
A suit lias been Instituted 111 circuit
court by Ivll Chutas und Frank Chu
tas against F. N. Hobison und Martha
Itobison and J. K. Johns In which the
plaintiffs seek to have deed to certain
real estate delivered. Foo & Fee ure
the plaintiff's attorneys.
City Names Defendants.
A motion has been filed in circuit
court by H. J. Warner as attorney for
(the city of Pendleton in which It In
linked that Al Turner, Dean Shnll. Ku
gene lilani'hctt, Ixdford Coiigi r, F.
V. llrucc, Ilruco Cook and I'.cnJ. P.
Courtney be named as additional de
fendants in the case of the niuiilcipul-
llty ugalnst the claimants for the rc
Iward offered for the capture of Dip
men who broke Jit.il and murdered Til
Taylor last July.
Bread and Butter
W ell tl.ey go together and to make the best of
evtry meal jt" riiast have the very best bread and
butter. Froi.l.ik Id Rutter and Butterkrust Bread
m;rk the tup ,'n ininlily and sanitation. We have
jold tons v.t Loth the.se wholesome foods and never a
complaint. , '
Rrookfield nnd BuUerkriist Is on (he tip of,1 all
our customers' tonjrues.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phon 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Ihtiiml to Federal CiaiKl Jury.
Herman Itohr, better known u
"Hpokane Whltcy" and 1.ec Chung
and Jim Cheng, Chinumcn, were ur
raigncd in federal court tills morning
before Commissioner 8. A. Newberry
on charges of having drugs In their
possos: lull Illegally. They waived ex
amination and were bound over to
await the action of the federal grand
Jury. F. F. Puce, deputy I'nlted
States niai'sliull hud charge of the
men. He will return from Lu Urundr
Monday and expects to take the men
to Poitland where they will be held
pending their examination.
DEPOSITS JtKMAI. bTATIONAItV.
VIENNA, May SI. (A. P.) Bank
deposits here have remained virtually
stathinury for three mouths, thut
forcing the bunks to resort lo .emer
gency measures to meet demands of
laige depositors for payrolls and sim
ilar purposes. They are depositing se
curities with the government and hav
ing money printed to order.
The curious situation is ascribed
principally to the law governing de
positors, which requires a complete
identification of the Individual. Many
persons object to this, not wishing to
disclose their assets for taxation and
preferring to have many small bank
accounts under different names. The
bunkers have asked for the repeal of
Another explanation la that there Is
so little faith In tho Austrian croivn
tb,:it the people spend it as fast as they
S'.'t If for something of tangible Value.
CALL MRS. IRELAND
For Peonies for Decoration
OPEN SUNDAYS and EVENINGS
UNTIL 10 P.M.
GAS OILS ACCESSORIES.
SERVICE CAR AT ALL HOURS
Our Service Car is equipped with a crane for handling automo
, biles with broken wheels, Spindles, or in any other
We Specialize in Repairing
Our long EXPERIENCE and EQUIPMENT enables us to give
you a job that'will be satisfactory in every way.
Newsome & Cumming
For Good Automobile Repairing
Khun Plump 780 Res. Phone 1034
, 701 W. ALIA 31. service
(Opposite Van Tetten Lumber Co.)
J. Knox Macentlre (above) discovcrea that flshlni; with rod nnd rwl
or red snappers, that average 30 pounds each, off tho coast of Florida,
tu great sport. Now everybody Is doing It. Fishing parties hold their
lines over the railing while the search Is on. When a school of fish is
located, anchor is dropped and the (un starts.
well us beauty, und is truly
A (iH T TIIT I.AfTS"
MKIU HANTS- AM) M MTA(Tl IIKItH
lt.MVAI-. May awli n(1
A merttorlo'.m exhibition which will stimulate your
pride in your community.
f w II 11.
Tbo l i.ri.TM llamn-l Uejilerx lo Eastern Onffin
Announnienis tor this dejwrU
OM-nt muxt bb submitted to the
Vmx. Oreitonbin not later than
Friday etenlntr In order to be as
sured of publication on Saturday.
Elders U W. Heierson and W. Vt.
Collins of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day SailHa are holding Ber
vitf8 in the Mooxe Hull portion of the
Labor Temple each Bunday., Sunday
school, 111:30 a .m.; preaching services,
7:3 p. m.
We are very desirous of having you
hear our niesa(;e.
the preaching service bcginniiiB ut
10:45. Sermon Hi.bJiK.'t, "Walkinl?
With nod." In the evening at 7
o'clock the puKtor w ill trive a brief ad
drtws on M'iHonal eanKeIism, after
which will lie the young peopk'H mnet-iiiK-.
Sermon at 8 o'clock, on the sub
ject, "The Necessity of a True Vision."
To every Hervice you are cordially in
cited. V. A. GresNinan, mlniHti-r.
Union Hall Payant's Orchestra
Services toniijht nt ft o'clock and to
morrow at 11 a. in. Jail meeting at
10:30 a tin. Sunday school at 1:30 p.
m. Young Peoples Legion at 6:30 p.
in. Services Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday at 8 p. m.
Clu'reli of the I tcdwmi'r.
Ilev. Alfred Loekwood, Xortr.
b a. ni., Holy Communion; 9:45,
Sunday school; 11 morning prayer and
sermon; 8 evening prayer and sermon.
Tomorrow being Trinity Sunday the
morning sermon will harmonize with
the thought of the day. the topic be
ing, "How shall we think of God?" In
the evening the rector is to eive a re
view of Demangeon's epoch making
book "The race for world domina
tion.' If you are interested In the
place which destiny has marked out
for the United States to occupy ac
cording to this rbilliant Frenchman
you will want to hear his message. The
public Is cordially invited to all out
Ibiptist t lurn li.
Ko W. II. Cox, pastor. Phone
1167. licsldeiiee M5 Hush street.
Sunday morning Sunday school, F.
M. Itiley, siipt.,.U:E0; preaching, 11.
Subject, Uod's Antidote to the Divorce
Sunday night B. Y. P. I'., Senior,
Miss Childreth, president. 7: 15. 'Y. P.
I. Junior, .Mrs. K. E. lialtcsore, presi
dent, 7; preaching service, 8.
Special music und singing at each
service. You are cordially invited to
Httnd each service nt which a hearty
welcome awaits you.
Bring your children to Sunday
First Church of t Thrift. Scientist,
holils services at 8134 Main street
(First stairway north of the Inland
Empire Bank.) Sunday services are
at 1 1 a. m. and 8 p. m. The subject of
the lesson-sermon for Sunday. May
22nd., Is "Soul and Body." Sunday
school begins nt 9:45 u. m.
A Wednesday evening meeting
which includes testimonials of healing
is held at 8 o'clock. The Heading
Boom, which is maintained at the
same address. Is open dally from !i a.
m. to 9 p. m., where the Bible and an
thoiized Christian Science literature
may be read, borrowed, or purcnusea.
The public Is cordially invited to at
torn! the church services and to visit
llli- Heading Hoom.
The plates in your, bat
cry may be merely sepa
ated or they may be in
salated. If insulated with Willard
Threaded Rubber Insula
tion, your old-time wood
separator battery worries
It's a satisfaction to know
that Threaded Rubber In
sulation does not puncture,
check, warp, crack or car
bonize No bills for wood-sepava-tor
replacement with the
Willard Threaded Rubber
Battery. Threaded Rub
ber Insulation outlasts the
Gnrden nnd West Court Streets
si n Aii:xTs
Highway Servle Station
K. Court and Alta Sts.
Steele's Service Slat ion
Corner Haley and Matlock
Vestunvii Auto Co.
Neil & Barker
Slajifielil Auto Co.
$ Independent Paint Shop
i Auto Painter?
!p Corner E. Court and Thompson Phone 633
Over McClintock & Simpson
i Our motto is First Class Work. Get our estimates before j
J , you have that car painted. . .
t E. C. LESLIE R. R. PETTIT j
f Successors to Clyde McKay g
r : 7 T'X 7 - . -
St. lar.v's tiiuri'li
8:0(1 a. in., Low mass. The III. Itev.
Bishop will give Holy Conimiinlon to
those who are to be confirmed.
10:30 a. m High mass, the HI. Itev.
Bishop presiding, who will also preach
7;!to p. in.. The Sacrament of Confir
mation will bo administered und bene-
diction of the blessed sacrament will I
bo given by Rt. Hev. Bishop McOrath.
First 11-osbyt' rinu Church
Corner College and Alto streets, Itev,
O. L. Clark,' pastor. Hesldenco Dot!
East Alta street, phono 621.
I0;tin . ni. Sabbath school, A. C.
11:00 tt. m. Sermon, "The Wider
7:15 p. m. C. E. Hevotioiials, lead
er. Miss McCtmnell.
S:iio p. m. Sermon, "Being Pre
pared." A cordial welcome to all.
First t'Jir-i:nii I'luurli
I'nified servires S-inday nioruing.
beilniiing at :4r. Folb wing the
wide-awake Bible study session will be
Pay Cash Receive More , Pay Lsa
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Every housewife to do her shopping here, know
ing that whatever she may purchase she is getting
the fullest measure of value in every respect choic
est of food, with the very cheapest of price.
Come any time. e know you'll like our cash
selling methods. .
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
amtwirifii It: ...
SERVED FROM 12 to 8 P. M.
DON'T FORGET OUR WEEK. DAY
SPECIAL PLATE LUNCH
Served from 11 a. m. to 3 p. m.
-' This lunch includes
' Soup, Salad, Choice of Meats, Vege
tables and Dessert.
All white help.
The Quelle Cafe