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Daily east ohegonian, pendleton, osegott, pmcay evening, jtjne 10, 1021.
People Here and There
Carl H. dray, president of the Union 11 (imi 11 niii J. V. Iloyd was appointed
to cooperate wllh the American LeRlon
In taking care of the monster parade
that will lie hold during the O. A. It.
state convention npxt mcok.
Pacific, and B. K. Culvln, vlco-presl-dont,
passed through Pendleton today
mi Xo. 6, cnrouto to their home In
J. O. "Tex" Itunkln. Walla Walla
aviator, was In Pendleton today In
conference wllh ltund-b'p officials
and members of the Cominnrrlul Akw
elation about the possibilities of ad.
voi-llslng the fall show by means of a
trip In un Airplane all ovor theTnlted
M. A. Godrtmd Ih a wiser man today
than ho was yesterday. The added
wlHdotn runic from the fact that he
whb initiated Into the mysteries ut
Klkdom lust nlKht. A committee con
sisting of RevT Alfred Iirkwood. I,ou
Mr. and Mr. J. U Knotts, residents
nf tho l'llot Itouk district, "were here
today on business,
IK'TTKIl KIOMAINM 8TKAIY
PORTLAND, Juno 10. (A P.)
Cattle tiro weak, hogs ure steady and
sheep are r,flc lower, prime lamb
6,2fi .75. KKK' are a cent higher,
the buylnic price z:ic and wiling selects
"8c. Uuttcr in steady.
cheat to 1'ueblo for food
PORTLAND. June 10 (A. P.)
Mayor Kaker wired $1.5(10 from 111
THE OLD HOMETOWN
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Auto tympany Kucd
In a milt filed In tho circuit court,
the Btanfleld Auto Co. In made defend,
ant by the JllcCaskey Register Co., on
Ohio corporation. It In charged In
the complaint that the defendant com
pany Ih Indebted to the plaintiff cor
poration to tho amount of $75. 60 as
the unpaid balance of a promissory
note nrlven June 30, 1920. George W.
CouttH Is attorney for the plaintiff. :
IMvorcp iMK'tt-o Entered 1
Alimony of $40 a month and the
custody of two minor children we
awarded the plaintiff In the decree
of divorce granted by Judge O. W.
Phelps to liculah May. flush against
Ralph It. HuhIi. A divorce ha also
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Wretched Health of San Fran
cisco Man Soon Ended By
The dentist has cured Chlqulta'i
toothache with a (fold crown. Chi
qulta is the little "Pom" owned bjr
Ulsa Victoria Pupree ot Detroit.
RuHHia seems assured, says Take Jo-
nemo, Itumunlan Minister or l orelKH
U'a An mVit.lla l Incrriul hiiM-
tieen Kranled Merry C Montgomery InJ ,an flffa he ..Hy
we would permit any meddling in
her ac tion against R. A. Montgomery.
as u,eaPwZ rr -the milh-man-says tmc
COST Of KEEPING AN EKTt?A COW IS SO
HlM E3 frCiDEOTo BUY ANOTHER PUMP.
JiHlKiucnt lly Icfanlt - "
In the case of C. li Flock and 8. A.
Flock agaiiiKt Thomas kl Ooiild and
Minnie It. Could a default has been
entered by the circuit court. Anothci
default has been recorded In the case
of James It. Swift against N'essie O.
.Mttrriaise I.hv use Granted '
A license to wd has been granted
at the office of R. T. Hrown, county
clerk, to tleorge Alex Morgan, a me
ihauic and Constance Kvers, a teach
er, both of Pendleton.
IX'pnty AhhCmwht Here
L. Hrownell, deputy assessor of the
Hermlslon district, was hero today
ihecklng hts books with the assessor.
His work Is about completed.
Make your Sunday dinner a real success by
coming early to the 'Table Supply and make
your selection from the abundance of good
things. We will have for you all the green vege
tables on the market, nice fat hens, plenty of
fresh ripe berries. Do your shopping. early and
get the best in jour selection.-
"i TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 And 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
C'OM MIHA COXTIXVKS TO ItlNFX
PORTLAND, June 10 (A. P.)
There Is a slight rise' In the Columbia
river. Tho Snake river la lower. The
Willamette river forecast is nearly
stationary on Monday after a 24 4-10
PEACE ASSURED BETVEEN
HI 'CM A REST. June 10. (A. I'.)
Pence between Rumania and Soviet
Many of the fiery, Itching- skin
troubles are due solely to dis
orders of the blood. Don't let
these impurities torture you.
Thousuads have gotten relief
from such troubles by taking
S. S. S, th Mo4 SMdidM Uut rfrivas -ut
ths impurities and bclpt put ia the
kxllby n Mood corpusclM.
For Spriml Booklet at lor tndi
writ Chirl Mmdicml Adruot,
S S S Co., Dtp' 1433, Allmnlm, Cm.
Cat S. S. S. at your drutft- '
TA Standard Blood Purifier
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Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court St.
We Lead in Cash Prices
" SPECIAL v
Lard. 10 lbs. net!..:....' $2.00
Lard, No. 10 $1.60
Crisco, 6 pounds $1.20
Pure Can Sugar
5 lbs. M. J. B. Coffee $2.23
3 lbs. M. J. B. Coffee ...:..$1.3S
1 pound M. J. B. Coffee 45c
5 lbs. Hills Red $2.25
2 1-2 lbs. Hills Red ...$1.1S
1 pound Hills Red 45c
3 lbs. Hills Blue ..95c
1 lb. Hills Blue ..35c
5 lbs. Gold Shield $2.2.5
3 lbs, Gold .Shield $1.35
6 lbs. Bulk Coffee $1.00
40 lbs. Flour $2.2S
100 lbs. Sugar $9.00
1 gal. Tea Garden Syrup$1.65
1 gal. Liberty Bell Syru-p..$1.6S
gal. Golden Marshmal-
low : $1.25
1 gal. Molasses 95c
1 gal. Dark Karo 90c
1 gal. Light Caro 95c
1 Large Log Cabin $1.25
1 Bottle Catsup 30c
1 gal, Sweet Tickles $2.30
1 gal. glass jars Catsup... $1.75
1 gal. Sweet Mix Ficklcs $2.35
1 cane Corn $3.25
1 cn.'-e Tomatoes $3.25
1 Case Peas $3.25
1 largo Poppy Jelly $1.85
8 cans Corn r. $1.00
8 cans Tomatoes $1.00
8 cans Carnation Milk ....$1.00
8 cans Canyon Milk $1.00
22 Bars Royal Soap $1.00
14 lbs. S. W. Beans $1.00
11 lbs. Red Beans ;..$1.00
10 lbs. Sugar .-. $1.00
5 cans Peas $1.00
3 cans Pineapple .....95c
3 cans Campbells Soup 40c
5 cans Pork and Beans 95c
7 cans Salmon ..$1.00
8 packages Corn Flakes.. ..$1.00
10 pkg. Quaker C. Flakes $1.00
4 cans Devil Meat 25c
1 can Corn Beef 25c
I large box Crax ...70s
1 Medium Crax 35c
4 cans Apricots 95c
4 cans Peaches $1.00
1 gallon Dills 85c
3 Solid Pack Tomatoes 50c
5 lbs. Peanut Butter 50c
1 sack corn meal 50c
1 sack Oats COc
1 sack Farina 65c
With 5 lbs. of Kerr's SteH
Cut Coffee we will give FREE
one Casesrole valued at $3.00.
All goes Saturday only for ,
ours. The Soviets reiterate that they
have no intention of attacking us. 1
am bound to believe them and I know
that ive shall not allacti.
" "Aeeoidlnif to oi-lnformatlon there
are fewer bolshevik troops on our
frontier than there were during the
"Likewise we have truly friendly,-
relations with 1'oland, Czechoslovakia.
Jugoslavia and Greece. With I'oland
we are In agreement to maintain
peace on our eastern frontiers., we
are opposed to the return of the Haps-
burgs which would be a great danger
for the peace of Kuropc."
Kconomic conditions In Rumania,
lie said, were Improving, the finances
were In good condition ami the fu
ture seemed favorable.
JAPAN'S CROWN PICE
, EXPRESSES DESIRE TO
VISIT UNITED STATES
Hopes America and Japan Will
be Found Working Hand in
Hand to Insure Peace.
PARIS. Juno 10. (By Wilfred
HeUher, Copyright by the United
Press.) "I hope America and Japan
will always be found working hand in
hand, not only for mutual benefit, but
to insure a lasting peace throughout
the world." the Japanese crown
prince, Hirohito. told the United
PruKSj, ,-I have long cherished a desire
to visit the United States and I hope
the pleasure Is onnly deferred." s
The crown prince was restrained at
first, being interviewed for the first
time was a new sensation. He re
ceived the correspondent warmly, and
readily replied to the questioning fol
lowing the Introduction. He said: "I
know full well to what degree Justice
and freedom Is valued la America, and
that no efforts are spared by her peo
ple In the cause of humanity. My
earnest wish Is that Japan and Anieri
ca may work In harmony."
"I'm now sixty-five years of age, but
since taking Tanlac I actually feel
twenty years younger," said John W.
Bright, 8111 Castro St., Han Francisco,
Cal., "for the medicine has relieved
me of troubles I thought nothing could
"Years and years ago while work
ing at my trade as carpenter back In
Kentucky I got hurt lifting heavy tim
bers, and as time went on and my back
kept hurting me so bad I thought It
waa the strain. Hut Some years back
t began having indigestion and Tanlac
fixed my stomach up in first -class con
dition In Just a little while, and I quit
taking It because I had no idea It
would help my back. Then last July
while working In the shipyards that
pain suddenly struck me in my back
and my son had to carry me home. I
went right to bed, could hardly move
and It seemed that nothing could help
me. Finally I got to where I could b
up a little, but was eo weak I could
hardly walk. My back hurt terribly
and my kidneys bothered' me so
could scarcely sleep. My appetite was
iionr and I was almost a complete ner
vous and physical wreck.
"Remembering how Tanlac had
build me up brforo I started tal:ing It
again. It soon had my stomach In .'ine
shape, and t my surprise I found that
the pain had disappeared from my
back also, I have a fine appetite nw,
always feel strong and full of ener;"y
and my back Is In fine condition, I
can' stoop over without a bit of trou
ble and get about as well as a man
half my we."
Our Gift Shop
Offers many attractive gift suggestions
for the June bride. Trays, baskets, potter
ies, book ends, vases, suggest only a few of
the possibilities. Little gifts bt excellence
that add a touch of refinement to the home.
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? TImb Urges Diamond Dealers la Eastern Urtffon- 'i
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colors and all charters of posts of the
United Spanish War veterans will be
draped for a period of 30 days in re
pect to the memory of Colonel F. W.
Galbralth. Jr.. national commander of
the American Legion, who was killed
in an automobile accident at Indiana
polls early yesterday, under orders Is
sued by J. K. Wllherspoon of Seattle,
commander-in-chief of the U. S. W. V.
Commander Wltherspoon yesterday
sent a telegram of sympathy to the
American Legion national headquart
ers at Indianapolis.
-ownership, has arrived at Fusan, en
route to Vladivostok. It is supposed
she la proceeding to the aid of the
antt-eocialtet government and one re
port ia that sae will support General
;rXIOAT TO VLADIVOSTOK
TOKTO, June 10. (Aj P.) The
Kusslan".gunboat Patror, which has
been tied ,up at Nagasaki since July,
lt'M. because of ltticatlnn over her
Card of Tbanka
We wish to' thank our many friend
and relatives for their many kindness
es and floral offerings. .
MR. SAM BARLOW AND
FAMJLT . , , ;
MRS. HKLEN BELTS
WOMEN TAKE GOSSIP , PLEDGE
TACOMA, Wash., June 10. A. P.)
Gossip is responsible for thousands
of girls leaving their homea and disap
pearing every year, the Tacoma Wom
en's Christian Temperance Union de
clared recently when It adopted a
pledge not to gossip and also request
ed other organizations of women to
PAY HOXOIt TO LI0GIOX HEAD
SEATTLE, June 10. (A. 1'.) Na
tional colors, department and camp
( Knr chiffon gowns there must be
'frothy little wraps, la summer time,
which will not crut h the laces of the
gown. Thus Usautce Joy. Coldwyn
star, hos Selected figured crepe atlk
trirnnifd In mnralsMi. tor hrr blier
A Big Drop on all
June 1921 June 1920
No. 1 Oregon Pride Lard . , .20 .35
No. 3 Oregon Pride Lard . . .55 .95
No. 5 Oregon Pride Lard 85 ' 1.70
No. 10 Oregon Pride Lard ... , 1.70 3.20
No. 50 Oregon Pride Lard .... 3.00 15.00
Oregon Pride Sliced Boiled Ham .60 lb .85 lb
Oregon Pride Bacon ..... .45 lb .65 lb
Oregon Pride Hams .35 lb .50 lb
Oregon Pride Teeney Weines .20 lb .30 lb
Oregon Pride Bolognas ... .18 lb .25 lb
Shoulder Pork Chops t. . . . I 25 lb .35 lb
Loin Pork Chops i .. .301b .451b
We will with a money back guarantee all Oregon Pride
Products to be as good if not better than any similar product
shipped to your city. '
The same proportionate drop on beef, veal and mutton.
Empire Meat Co.
Established 1890 1 , t Phone 18 4
We have a nice year old Poland China Boar for sale.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
Starts Saturday Morning, 9 a.m.
Come early before it is all sold. The insurance company has
left it to me to sell this stock out complete. IT MUSE BE
SOLD AT ONCE. PRICE NO OBJECT.
Wendt's Faint Store
710 Main St. Next Door Peoples Warehouse.