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DAILV EAST 6REG0MIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVElffiTO, r:L!T 5, 1C21.
I People Here and There : ij
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. fllx bear In one group "were recently
Msen on the Meacham range by the
hejder in charge of iIockh owned by
, Fred HosklnB. Mr. Honk In wax in
Pendleton today from his home in
Relic He was On his way to the
range to Inspect conditions there.
Ed Steven, special fire insurance
agent, is in Pendleton today on hl
way to Athena to adjust the loss on a
separator owned by Henry Barrett of
Athena, which was burned yesterdny.
Itoland Andre, of Athena, Is In Ten
dleton today. He recently returned
from Eugene where he was a student
at University of Oregon.
Fred C. Peterson, slate fire wnrden
!nncl W. O. Allison, h'oth of Uklah, wer,
"'business visitors in Pendleton this
; Afartln Madison, a merchant of
'Cayuse, was In Pendleton today trans
acting bus'ness matters. y
; O. M. Byrklt of Kuna, 'Idaho, is here
!on a huslness trip.
W. TV IlluWka who has been visiting
relntlves at Bend was here-yesterday
at the home of his brother R. O.
Hawks. He returned this morning to
his homo at Walla Walla.
Omar Stephens left today for Yaki
ma where ho will visit "with his uncle,
H. A. Smith.
Will JT SEPARATE
CHBYlRNXB. Wyo., July 9 (I. N. f)
Jack Dnmpaey emphatically denied
he planned to part company with Jack
Kearns, who has managed tho cham
pion since the latter started In hlS
career. He said all rumors that
Kearns would not be retained wefe
absolutely groundless. Dempsey
passed through hero enroute to Salt
r'ike where he will visit h's mother.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
IroTrtiso Hliown lir Arrests" .. , .
During the first s.'x months' ff
arrests made by the sheriffs office
have been 14 6, reports issued from the
office show. That is one more arrest
than the total number made last year
in the office. Fines to the amount of
t4.0K5.80 have been made on cases In
which the arrests were made by the
office, and of this amount $2,878 "hnx
been collected. The sum of $804.70
was collected during the. last six
months of last year. ,
Xrttro' Pleads Not Guilty
Frank Hrown, colored, arrested Sat
urday night as a result of his alleged
Insult to a white woman, will be tried
Monday morning at 10 o'clock In the
court of Justice Joe 1C. Parkes. At hi
preliminary hearing Friday afternoon
he entered a plea of not guilty to the
charge of vagrancy. He was remand
ed to the county Jail on his failure tr
furnish bail to the required amount
of $500. " '
Our Store Over
You can look over any store in town , but you
will never find a neater, cleaner, more sanitary
place to buy your groceries oimeats.
739 Main Street Pendleton
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Cool beverages .are, most refreshing during this !nt
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unusually large assortment of appropriate glares
spoons and troys.
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Small Boys Fishifig Discovered
Car and Police Raised it
From its Watery Grave.
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TACOMA.. July (U. P.)' Police
authorities confront the possibility of
a wholesale drowning of a Joyriding
pnrty following the discovery of a
stolen automobile at the bottom of
Stellaeoom bay. five miles fro Ta-
coma. Boys fishing discovered the
car and the police raised it.
It is reported that a youth with his
clothing wet, asked directions as to
how to leave town early Wednesday
morning, when It Is believed tho car
plunged into the bay. He was highly
excited and said he had had automo
bile trouble. ,
The officers first believed the carj
to be that of Edward Cunningham,!
who disappeared from Tacoma last j
December, the day his former wife !
was found shot dead. Cunningham' i
car was a different make and had ft
spare tire. A newspaper of recent
date stated that a white dressed wom
an was reported to have been seen nt
the bottom of the bay near the end of
the pier Saturday. The report was
unverified, and Sheriff Morris an
nounced the diver made a search of
the bottom of the bay, but he thinks
the tide Is so strong that any bodies
would be swept miles down, the bay by
this time. ,
CON'CORDIA, Kani, July 9. (I. N.
S. ) The Boloinon river, near Stock
ton, continues to bring forth many
queer things. Henry lteic'i, who lives
near Stockton, found a fin of a pre
historic fish -while searching the rives
bed. The member has become petri
fied and weighs about 100 pounds.
Kclch will send the remnant to tho
State University at Lawrence for clas
THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER :
CLEAN AND UNIFORM :
j B. L. BURROUGHSHe Has It! 1
SALEM, July ;U. P.) Oregon In
dustrial accident' for the past week
numbered three deaths; 227 accidents
were reported, 23d being subject to
the provisions of the workmen's com
pensation net.' '
v The following- prices go into effect at our shop July 1:
LABOR ; . . . $1.00 PER HOUR
GAS . ........... . . . ; . 32c PER GALLON
OILS (Monogram, No. 7, Waverly)
$1.20 PER GALLON
This reduction in price will in no way effect the high
quality of our repair work. '
With our equipment and long experience, we have al
ways given the very best and will continue to do so at the
above prices. ,
If you have car trouble on the road and need help
JUST PHONE 780 DAY OR NIGHT
For our Service Car that is built for Service.
Newsome & Gumming
For the Best Automobile Repairing:
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OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS
ELECT NEV OFFICERS
ADAMS, Ore., July 9 (E. O. Special)
The Adams Rebekah lodge met on
the regular meeting night and In
stalled the following officers for the
ensuing term: 'Rebecca Clark, noble
grand; Mable McCollum, vice giand;
secretary, Bertha Kemhlor; treasurer,
Clara Whitely; R. S. N'. Grand, F. M.
Whltely; L. 8. N.' O., Louise Bunch;
R 8. V. G., Mrs. Slmonton; L. S. V. G.,
Margaret Bunch; warden. E. Bunch;
chaplain, Sylvia Bunch; O. S. guard,
Henry Bunch. After the Initiation ol
officers and business meeting, a dainty
lunch was served.
Ira Stall, city marshal, has been re
pairing the city water works for the
past few days.
Mrs. Henry Bunch, who has been
sick for the past month at Pendleton,
has returned to her home and Is feel
ing fine and on the road to recovery.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Rex Pain of Portland
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hol
comb on the ranch near Adams.
F. O. Hales and John motored to
Clint Holcomb is in Adams today.
The Adams Inland Mercantile Co.
are having some repair work done on
the front of their store, Mr. Donald
son doing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Taylor and son
Buril left for their home in La Grande
today after visiting friends in Adams
for the past few days.
Miss Naomi Perkins of Pendleton
returned to her home after an outing
in the mountains with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mclntire of Al
berta, former residents of Adams, are
visiting in Portland and Helix.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. M. Monroe and
Geraldine, Roland and Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Halos and John returned home to
Adams after a few days at Lehman
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyer and Wilma
and Lyle Eaton and Helen and May
EXta Baker and Perry Baker returned
home after spending the Fourth ni
Bingham Springs. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lieuallen and Mr.
and Mrs. Larabee and sons and Mr.
and' Mrs. R. Lieuallen, Mr. and Mrs
OtlsT Lieuallen. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Du
puls, Irene and Francis returned home
after spending the week end at
F. M. 'Whltely was In Adams today
Mr. and Mrs. Kembler of Pendleton
were the guests of Mrs. Berthn Kem
bler and family for the Fourth.
Daniel Kembler motored to Pendle
ton today. . "
Mr. Ma.vbeiry and Bertha Kemhler
motored to Pendleton Friday.
ed Friday on train No. 2 after having
been.in Portland since Sunday. It. F.
Glgleeworth, a former Butter Creek
resident, brought them by auto from
Portland to Arlington.
Mrs. Florence Kelson, of Echo?
while diving in the pool at Hidaway,
struck her face on the concrete wall.
and was badly bruised.
Mrs. Roy Hale Is in charge of the
library during the alwence of Mrs. B.
F. Xeely. who is visiting in Sheridan
and Portland this week.
Mrs. B. F. Kellar of Pendleton, Is
visiting c.t the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Elmer Hubbard.
Mit-s Barbara Ptanfleld, of Portland,
laughter of Senator R. N. stanfield, la
a guest at the home of Miss Maxlne
Miss Edna Thomson, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Johnson and Ruhy and Morris
Johnson spent Thursday in Pendle
ton. Mrs. H. T. Stanfield and Miss Kate
ctanfield arrived here Thursday from
Portland to visit relatives for a few
i Inc. "
M Tlte Largest Diamond Dealers In Vtnttn tjreftou. ifl
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(East Oresonian Special.) '
ECHO, July 9. -Elmer Spike is ill
at his home and Dr. Parker, of Pen
dleton, was called to attend him Fri
day. ' ,
Tom Thomas, who hns been sick
with pneumonia for over two weeks,
was reported worse Friday.
Donald Dnvis spent th-early part
of the wee ut Bingham Springs.
Mr. Cope of Walla Walla was here
on business Friday,
Arthur Ayres and Miss Myrtle Kim
ery, prominent young people of the
Butter Creek country, were united in
marriage In Heppner Wednesday.
They went to Pendleton the same day,
returning here Friday. Their many
friends wish them a prosperous voyage
John Young of this place, was af
flicted with appendicitis at Hidaway
and removed to Pendleton where he
underwent an operation Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Crider, of Port
land, have been visiting the pa.-'t three
weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Perry. They returned to Port
!ed t' d iv. They were accompanied
by their grandson. Merton Crider.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. George return-
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less Z
Despain & Leg Cash Grocery f
209 E. Court - rnone ecu
(From the East Oregonian,
' July 9 13
The farming region west and north
west of Pendleton, unlucky in the ias
year, has been smiled upon this year.
.Sam McCauley nays that the grain is
filling nicely. It has been years since
there were such golden prospects.
E. A. Freed is ill.
C. B. Roosevelt will leave tomorrow
for.Ackley, Iowa, to visit relatives.
J. H. Hughes left today for a so
journ at Meacham.
WE GIVE REAL SERVICE
You can trust us to select your orders as care
fully as you would yourself. Our clerks are "in
structed to give special attention to telephone
orders. . .
Just let us know what you need and we'll see
that you get it promptly. Or perhaps you are
not quite sure. . c v ill be pleased to suggest
the late fruits, veilies, etc, that are con
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
5 209 E. Court Phone 880
East Oregonian Printing Department.
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IGHT in weight and smart in appearance, the
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for physicians, salesmen and others who want a
sturdy, dependable, economical two-passenger car
of the enclosed type. Its wonderful value, at the
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This is a Studebaker Year
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UC.HT-MX S-PSS. ROADSTER . .
UCHT-SIX TOURING CAR . . .
SPFCIAUSIX 2-PASS ROADSTER
SPECIAU6IX TOURING CAR . .
SPECIAL-SIX 4 PASS. ROADSTER .
BIG-SIX TOURING CAR . . . .
NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS
f. o. 6. Factonm; mfttetwm Junm lit, 1921
UGHT-SIX S PASS. COUPE ROADSTER ; ,
UCHT-SIX 5-PASS. SEDAN ..... I9
fPtCIAL-SIX -P ASS. COUPE .... 2W
SPECIAL-SIX S-PASS. SEDAN .... 2550
PKi-SIX 4-PASS. COUPE 20
BIG -SIX 7 PASS. SEDAN ... . . . 2SO
Al STI DEBAKER CARS ARE EQUIPPED WltH CORD TIRES
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