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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 29, 1921.
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Claim allowed hy the County Court
at the June, term, less certain
lalmn allowed, tiy NtKltitr.
R. T. Hrown, nostaice
l'sc. Tel. Tel. Co., telephone
H. 1. Keator, one-hitif ofTice
C. f.. Randall, deputy dlsirict
Kant OreRoman, brief, State
vs. Hat hie .
JnniM A. Fee, '.It ., defendinn
rrlmltiHlH .1. C
Koei h HoiiKcr, Htate vs. Jack
Zoeth Houser, State vs. l!uh
Zoeth Hi'Ufter. tramfer of pris
oners fl. M. Turner, deputy sheriff
Western I'nlon Tel. Co., tele
grams Ihishong ft 'o., county war
rant C. K. Cranston, deputy trea-
W. R. Avers, deputy assessor 125. 00
K. E. Walden, do . .
W. T. Mcleod, do . .
L Brownell, do
A. A. Rixhy, dc
J. T. Hoi pa, do
E. E. Walden. do
W. I Mathews, do .
F. E. Wilcox, do
W. T. Rifrby, do
P. T. Harbour, do . ...
Jlas & rrudhomme Co., elec
tion supplies J 1S.0
Prnlnnd Brothers, freight and
W, W. Green, assistant
W. W. Green, post aire A ex
press Frances M. Simmons, school
A. E. Bensel, do
W'llma B. Anderson, do
G. Ci, Groves, do
1 R. Kicker, do
Alines C. Carter, do
J. M. Childers. do
. Pendleton Tribune, printing . .
1'earl E. Broxson, widow's
Ida E. Stewart, do
Katie Wright, do . ." .
Winnie. Pox, do
Lelha J. Kins, do . '.
Mrs. Jacob Kinnard, do
Mary' E. Wilson, do
Mrs. James Bannon, do
Elsa Cambridge, do
Winifred Marlow, do
Carrie Goyen, do
Minnie E. Frost, do A. .
Flora Wilder, do T. . .
Maude Boyce, do
J. L. Vaughn, electric stipplies
Pendleton Water Wks.. water
W. J. Clarke, lawn mower . . .
Oregon Lumber Yard, wood . .
Taylor Hardware Co., supplies
for poor farm
Wax Baer, do
Pacific Power & Light Co.,
light for court houre .......
Facific Power & Light Co.,
Dr. J. A. Best, professional
Eovs' and Girls' Aid Society,
Charles Hoggard, supplies for
I. B. Johnson & Son. do
I'matilla Flour & Grain So.,
supplies for poor farm
P. A. Anderson .poor
Collins Flour Mill, supplies for
hospital . . . r
Table Supply Co., supplies for
A. C. Koeppen & Brs., do
oraee A- Gilliam, cash ad
vance for transportation of
Robert Knapton to St. Vin
cent's Hospital art 2n
Alexanders, supplies for poor 13.45 f
Economy Grocery', do 10.60
hybee & Machey, do 20.00
oeo. c. Baer & Co., supplies
for poor farm IS. 00
Zoeth Houser, board of pris
oners ,. 224.24
French Restaurant, do
J. A. Best, examining insane 25.00
L. M. Spaulding, do 5. Off
K. G. Lane, insane expense . ... li.i.,
Aubrey E. Perry, salary and
expense water master 264.24
Victor O. Hess, do 208. 84
Geo. Demaris. do 5, no
Freewater Hdw. Co., supplies I
L. M. Brown registration clerk
Hassel Cook, do
The Franklin Press, election
R. T. Brown, express
Frazier's Book Store, station
ery 8. P. Hutchinson, for Ind. Soldiers
jotin Hailey. Jr., Juveline and
truant officer 51.15
W. H. Lyday, traffic officer 62. 50
Charles B. Oari, sealer 4. S3
ieo. H. Bishop, fees refunded 2.50
J. H. KM ex, insurance 112.50
Joseph Kll, do 112.50
Funk A McLean, do 102.00
Nona H. McFaul, deputy sher-
lff 150. 0t'
W. H. Spears, do 130.00
B. V. Lavender, do 130.00
E. F. Ji. Ridgway, do 130.00
C. C. Proebstel, deputy clerk 130.uo
Carious Hickox, stenographer 105.00
B. 8. Burroughs, deputy hire 135.00
I'r. J. A. Best, health officer 24.00
Guy Cook, janitor 100.00
J. A. Horn and wife,
R. R. Bowker Co.. library . . . ;'m
Pirbllc Ubrariea, do 3 01
A. L A. Publishing liourd, do 3 4f
J. R. Gill & Co.. do 9 2(
F. W. Wentworth & Co., do . . 7 2
Gaybird Brothers, do 6 1
L. f. Hilly & Son, do 3.41
Hi yden Transfer, do 3 1,1
Pendleton Water Works, do. . 1 -,i
Pae. Tel. & Tel. Co.. do -'
I'ac. I'uwer & Lt. Co.. do 3 4.(1,
Salira L Nason, sularv 176 6(
Sabra L. Nawin, expemes .... 13.Sf
Freda Glover, salary 125 iir
Helen Clark, do l-jr, in
Mary Jlurincit, d0 (l
1 homas Robertson. Juintor .. f,:,.iii
i'in-ral I -ii nd
Allen-KnlKht Co., supplies...
Alts. Itadhitor Works, repairs
Mrs. Charles Alspugh, meals. .
Geo. C. Huer & Co.. biijiire
H. lutn'!ioen. meals
L. 8. lirnlley, tires
G. Hrscher Hardwme Oi..
I, L HurrouKhs, lunilwr ....
Wm, chelf, repairs
t J. iWleon. surfacing ;
I'beahun UarUrt Compauy,
Wm. E. Chase Co., repairs . . ,
F. A. Chase. Milton, hauling. .
Central Welding Works, re-
."ssey Lumber Co.. lumber . . .
V. J. Clarke, hardware
r.fstern Hide A Junk Co., Iron
Feonatijrhty Machinery Co.,
Fleucken Auto Springs works,
Funk A McLean, rent
L G. Frailer, stationery
K. K. Giest, equipment
Grace Gilliam, freight
Grace Gilliam. d
A. E. Gullickson, surfacing....
Pete Hanson, gas and oil ....
-M. J. Hnney, repairs .
". L. Howard, lumber
J. T. Hoops, lumber
Howard-Cooper Cpr., repairs
Joines & Jones, supplies
Killhum Staty. A Printing Co.,
'as L Ijine. repairs
Murphy Bros,, paint
Itoscoe Nenl, hauling
Oregm Motor Garage, repairs
Oregon Ijimber Yard, lumber
Pacific Telephone A Telcg.
Pacific Power A Light Co.,
light and power
A. E. Perry, viewing
Pendleton Drug Company,
Pr.t-i-Light Company, sup
plies Roadbuilding Equip. Co., re
pairs T.. J. Shannon, expenses
Mandard oil Company, gas
and oil' 1104.71
J. W. Shotwell, surfacing .... 7913.80
Simpson Auto Co.. repairs ... 13.00
Simpson Sturgis Co., tires, etc. 43.29
tursis A Storie, repairs 36.24 i
State Insurance Fund, insur
Tavlor Hardware Company,
Turn A Lum Lumber Co.,
I. S. Rubber Co., belting
Wm. Womington, labor
Warren Construction Co.,
F. A. B.arnes Warehouse, pay
Geo. Barr, er al, payroll
J. C. Haun. et al. do . :
H. M. Bennett, et al, do
l.00Gpn- c patir p hardware
B. L Burroughs, lumber ....
Charles Co.. lohneen
L l9 ' w- J- Wnrke, hardware
40.00 . H w Collins, feed
0-80 j Collins Mill, hav
O.UU iA)OWnev'a XlurL-at ma',ta
H. C. Dunn, hay
Emerson Hardwood Company
Feenaughty Machinery Co.,
Golden West Creamers', but
ter CI. W. Greeley, wood
C. M. Hemphill, hay
Bert Lavadour, wood
C. R. Lickleidcr, hay
J. H. Luck, grading
Gilbert Minthorn. wood
C. S. MacN'aught Co., hay
Oregon Lumber Yard, lumber
Pendleton Trading Co., sup
plies Pendleton Meat Company,
meats . ,
Pendleton Drug Company,
Root A Joslin, surfacing
Root A Joslin, do
Elizabeth Stamper, right of
standard Oil Company
Sturgis A Storie, supplies
Sullivan Machinery Co., repairs
State Ind. Accident Com.,
sura nee ..... .
ALT A TODAY
Distinctly refreshing is "The llru'.e
Muster," the J. Parker Read, Jr., fta
lure, starring Ilobart Hoswoith and
released through W. W. Hodktnson
Corporation, which began a run at the
Alia Theatre yesterday.
'The Brute Master" Is strong and
virile just the sort of story In Which
motion picture devotees like tliis
spuniikl "he-man ' actor best. It fits
the rugged personality of the man
76.10 1 nil stories should fit tlu star appearing
30.50 'hi m and seldom On. As "Bucko
McAllister," the giant Scotchman whoi
went forth at boyhood to rule the seas,
Hcbart liosworth does what may be
termed the best work of his career.
The charactoi ization is a convincing
one, showing the power of environ
ment and circuntslam e over the minds
and lives of men. Because he had
received few kind words and many
hard knocks, ln had early reached the
conclusion that only by. brute strength
could he hew his way through life
And not until he meiWs Madeline Grey,
the cultured American girl who is
forced to take passage on his schoon
er in order to return to her people 111 j
the States, is he brought to a full j
realization of the true meaning of.
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4 5.25 1
The elite of Washington society
forms the background for "The Won
der Man," the Robertson-Cole Super
special picture, starring Georges Car
Pentier, idol of France and European
heavyweight champion, which will
open at the Arcade theatre today for
a run of two days.
This unusual drama of American
society, directed by John (1. Adolfi,
for Robertson-Cole, promises a reve
lation in motion pictures of the new
er and better sort. The versatility of
,f nrpentier, according to eminent
critics who attended a recent pre-re-747.14
I view, will prove a great surpnVc to
850.45 j lovers of the cinema art.
1 37.96 1 Based on an intriguing story of love
291.49 j and mystery, in which Carpentier is
42X.55! Kiven opportunity to display his capa
80.35 j eity as a boxer, a sportsman and as j
gentleman of the first order. 'The
Wonder Man," should prove to be one
of the most commendable production
that the Arcade theatre has ever pre
sented. Included in the picture is a boxine
bout, "with men of na'tional and inter
national prominence forming the au
dience. At .he time the boxing scene
was taken more than 2. "00 persons
packed the studio. This realistic
scene, said to be the most perfect of
its kind ever filmed in the history of
the screen, shows Carpentier in the
ring for the first time on this side of
the Atlantic He fights four lust
rounds with a worthy opponent.
Among other commendable reports I
on "The Wonder Man," receiver from
critics who witnessed the pre-revicw,
; is tne sensation created by the super')
j acting of Caryc.it'er. His ability as
156.30 ian actor of the first magnifure prom
1 ises to be a revelation to the 'lovers of
the cinema art.
Taylor Hardware Co., hard
Dr. I. I". Temple, services .... s.fta
P. H. Barbour, et nl, Cabbage
hill pay roll 1304.91
P. H1. Harbour, et nl, do 1S77.S8
Hugh Aikin, et al, pay roll .... 123.4-f
II. H. IJecker, et al, do 1052.97
J. P. Hughes, et al. do .153.22
Geo. V. Barr, et al, do 624.80
W. G. Phelps, engineering . . . 29.95
1. P. Huches. et nl, pay roll . . 19S.79
Now It Costs $1635
Even before the price reduction on June 7th, our five-passenger
"Glenbrook" model was conceded to be the greatest dollar'tor
dollar value of all light six motor cars.
Now with the price reduced to $1635 ir must be evident that
opportunity is knocking at the door of every man who knows an
unusual investment when he sees it.
The new price is amazingly low. It will appear absurd after you
have had one ride behind the motor that accelerates from five to
twenty-five miles rer hour in nine seconds flat.
And remember, please, the "Glenbrook" is a distinctly new pro
ductnot an old model repainted and re-christened with a 1921
label. It is a splendid investment now and will be a splendid
investment one year from now.
PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, Michigan
Manufacturer of Paige Motor Car and Motor Truck
0. E. IIOLDMAN AUTO CO. ,
la ;iiaxdi: p.i.ri'F hi.asti'.d.
Twenty-five hundred cubic yards of
solid rock were pulverized into brick
sized debris at 7 o'clock Monday
morning when road contractors touch
ed off a tremendous blast under the
cliff along the side of which the river
id a'loronehes Ora Dell, from the
west, just -west of the local railroad
yards. A gallery that numbered sev
eral hundred people congregated as
early as 5 o'clock, taking seats at
points of vantage on both sides of the.
river. The hillside immediately oppo
site tlio blast was cleared of specta
tors, y-t when the upheaval came,
rocks were thrown among the specta
tors who were several hundred yards
away. None were hurt. The only
damage dono was the breaking of
some telegraph wires across the river
from the cliff. Although the audi
ence had moved up on the ridge a
s"emingly safe dis'ance, another del
egation was standing Just on the ridge
of the bluff where they could duck out
of sight. It was this group that was
peppered with rocks. Iji Grande Observer'.
The probation method of dealing
with Juvenile dcllmiuentH In New York
costs only one-eighteenth as much as
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