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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAH, PENDLETON, OSEOOJJ, . FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1031.
R STATES -
People Here and There
FACTS IN THE CASE
C, W. Crump of IJoIhi', ft u Pendle
CI. K, llvittorwood of l naUllu in rog.
Utercd ut the Hotel St. George.
'. I. IJurr, Hpcretnry of the Pcndle
tn Commercial Association ami Joe
Harvey, city editor of the Kut Orego
nl.iu, lire in the Milton-Frccwater
country today, Sir. Hair making the
III) In the Interest of the county
federation of coninu'tviul clubs.
, If. J. Wurnt t lan returned from u
business trip to Portland and Heattie. .
(ieorge Kruri) heller of Waila Walla
was a ImalncMB visitor in Pendleton on
Thursday. ' -
C, A. Wallop, prominent resident of
tho Unit Creek county ,ls In Pcndlu
ton on a business tj U.
Muck Foster uecoinpanlid hy his
nieces, Miss Kthel Walker mid Mlsi
Kllzabcth Jocrgor, urc In Portland to
day on tholr way to Seaside for a brief
outing. : i
Olal (ironpf, prliutw secretary to
Superintendent W. Bullous of tho O
W. It. & N., with headquarters lit La
Orando, was u business vltiltor In Pen
Attorney" R. ). Peterson ut Milton
had business in Pendleton totlay, so ho
drov down utnl brought his family
with him. Mr. Peterson says the cart
end of the coiiftty Ih prospering this
year with u big- fruit and vegetable
crop in ttdd:tium to u bumber wheat
ulid buy croii. ,
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WASHINGTON, Aug. t. if. P.)
President Harding, upon hi return
fro-JijUinrajdor, ..S. lj., where be Ih
tiow .vacul lulling, is expected to sign
tho bill authorizing the issuance of -un
Invitation to the world cxpohllbin at
Portland, Oregon in l-5. The bill
passed congress and goes to the white
house witliiu u few days.
f OFFICES AND OFRCERS
Nih-h (ill (Jrwory Account '
J. A. Schmidt versus William Pear
huh Ih the title of an account filed in
circuit court thin morning by Attorney
H. D. Peterson of Milton. This is a
suit lo collect a grocery bill amount
ing to $407.89.
Baby Monk Is Kids' Pet
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Clerk Will lew Itund
County Clerk It. T. Brcwn IntendB
to get Horikc first hi ml information
concprnlnst the roado between Umatll
la) and Grunt counties. He will be
anioni; those making the trip at the In
vitation of, the Grant eounty people.
Mxmi y 1Y m state
.Acting County Treasurer Cranston
today received from th.tate treanufel
n 'irmnii rut. us nnn.nn Thin ii'm.
tills, county' portion of th taturest oa
the common school fund. Tha number
i.f people of nchool ai;e In the county
Is 73T.8 and the per capita proportitfc
of this fund la $1,739.
County Warruats Out .
Wui rants In payment of accounts
presented to, the county court at Its
July meeting are now out and can be
had by those intertd. This Includes
the road, warrants ag well as those
draivn on tho general fund. Those
getting roud warrants, however, can
merely have theirs endorsed as the
road fund has been exhausted for some
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(.ctlhiir Polls Kfady
. Assessor II. O. Hawks and his staff
(of deputies are busy preparing the roll
for the board f etiiaWatuik 'jnts
hoard meets on the second Monday In
September, which thin year comes on
the twelfth and the office force will b
kept busy uu until that time. The
I work comes in transferring the ntei
of the field men, to the permanent
roll:-. ' ' ; !. I . , ' ; . '
The kids w."io live near Ibe Ihonx zoo. New Vori. me having hli;h
. iiorl with lh htoy orung ontuu;; wlik h recently arrives! from Ind'a,
The trip made thv baby monk svii, lint the children men had him I.)
We will have everything
you tomorrow. The Table Supply will
be filled to the brim with the market's
Best, fresh, clean and crisp.
"TIE TABLE SUPPLY
LONDON, Aug. 5. (U. P.) The
ktem iled drtss has come to town for a
long vlait. So far there are only two
steucllcrg, and thex are besieged with
Carlo Norway, a London artist, ex
perimented for a long time with ateij
cikd designs in oll and applied the
experiment to a frock. Robert Fox, a
' ' i brother artist, suggested swelling his
!! exchequer by marketing stenciled
1 ' drerscs. :
' 1 ! The two combined, and In Norway's
1 ' i ......it., ......uu-u.i ihn Holirns. eut them
I in. thin brass and P"t them onto sam
! pics of drew material evcrj-thing
from silk to velvet. AH sorts 01 ae
sli;ns were tried birds, animals, or
dinary geometric designs.
Fuccees came Immediately. Whole
salers gave orders at sight. Two sam
Ida frocks submitted a few days ago
have brought fifty "repeat" orders.
Stenciled frocks may be folded or
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
! washed without damage to the paint;
tho paint. In facW. penetrates the ma-
wheii waanca ana me
r.reatent feature la the noii-dupllcat-nlil.e
designs can be furnished on re.
Mix pastry with a knife and handle
It as little s possible.
HiH-uiM'rmlou there U not so much
In the ordinary vacation as there is In
a single bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla,
which refreshes the tired blood, sharp.
na the dulled appetite, restores the
Uwt courage. Take Hood's Sarsaparil
la thta summer.
Buy Your Winter J Supply of
Fuel Now and Save
' WE ARE OFFERING FOB THE MOITH OF
AUGUST ONLY " ,
(East Orogonlan Special.)
ECHO, Aug. 5. Koy Ncill was
transacting business In Pendleton the
first of the week.
W. J. Watte n burger has a crew of
men strawlng the roads easi of Echo.
, John Parish of Noltn was shopping
tn Echo Wednesday.
- Mrs. W. H. Boyd ut Portland spent
the first part of this -week in Echo on
business regurding her property here.
Mr, and Mrs. William Hpence and
baby were visitors here from Nolln,
Among those from Butter Creek wh
were here on business Wednesday
were Hlcstund Moore, Allen Mathes,
James McCurty, Allen Thomson, Fred
Lee, C. W. Gurrlson and Darr Garr
ison. Mrs. W. W. Esselstyn and son
P.odney returned Monday from a trip
to Walla Walla and Lewtston, Ida.
J. J. Chisholm and family returned
to Pendleton Tuesday. Mrs. Chisholm
was visiting relatives In Echo while
Mr. Chisholm made a business trip
Into Gilliam county.
Joe Kimery and wife were Pendle
ton visitors on Tuesday.
A. A. Flnley of Sand Kollow was
brought to Echo. Thursday to answer
the charge of obtaining noney under
false pretenses. The date of the hear
ing has not yet been set.
Mm. McCarty and son Glen, were
visitors in Stanfield Wednesday. Mrs.
McCarty haa been eooklng for the past
few weeks for the C'oppinger and
Thomas harvesting crew, but expects
to move to Portland soon where her
sons, Lester and Glen will enter college.
Alfred Dorn and Gall Sherman are
among those from Echo who spent
their vacation at IHdaway and Lehman
Springs. They returned home Wednesday.
W. A. Walker Is In Pendleton this
week where be is taking medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Jones of No
lln were Echo shoppers, Tuesday.
B. C. Hoffnagle of Jackson, Mkh.,
fe, visiting at the home of his brother,
J. L, Hoffnagle.
Thomas Kerr from Nolln was In
Echo on Wednesday transacting busi
Jack Stanfield returned home Mon
day after spending twt weeks In the
National Training Clamp near Seattle.
Miss Anna Mendenhall and the
Misses Zena and May Houser returned
tho latter part of last week from a
live weeks visit with relatives in San
Diego and other cities in California.
W, T. McFudden returned! home
from Taooma, Wash., Thursday where
he has been taking medical treatments
for several months.
Mrs. A. K. Ha"mmer and Mary Jane
Sheridan returned home Wednesday
after a six weeks viMt at the country
home of Zoe Houser, on the meadows.
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Johnson returned
on Monday from a honeymoon speut In
Seattle and on the coast.
Rev. H. C. Pcmberton, of The Dalles,
district superintendent of the M. K.
Church was in Echo Monday night
und held the last quarterly conference
of the year.
J. B. Snylor, of Freewater was a
business visitor in Echo on Thursday.
J. II. Raley of Pendleton was here
cn Thursday to attend the meeting f
the stockholders of The Hank of Echo.
W. E. Jewitt and family returned
from Portland this week after spend
ing the past few months near that city
where Mr. Jewctt was In business.
Lester Brown of Portland Is here
visiting with his father, J. W. Bown.
J. H. Zacharias of Nolln spent Wed
nesday here on business.
G. L0Glbson and family closed the
Cozy Cafe this week and returned to
their home at Pendleton.
Men at Northern Pacific Ter
minal Yards Are Surprised
at the Change in Swift.
"I'm strong for Tanlne because It
came to my rescue twice when I most
needed help," suld Charles Swift, loco
motive Inspector at the Northern Paci
fic Terminal Yards, and whose borne
address la 40 Union Ave,, North Port
"I first took Tanlac two years ago
w hen I was all rua down and It put me
on my feet and made me gain twenty.
four pounds. In fact It made new
man of me. I was In the pink of coo
ditlon for two years after that, but a
few months ago my health broke down
aKain and I began to be bothered with
Indigestion and nervousness.
."The first thing I thought about was
Tanlae, and I'm glad ta say it has put
me In first-class condition again, 1
eat anything I want, my nerves are
steady as stl and I sleep so sound
I don't turn over from the time my
head touch ts tho pillow to the time
my 'Big Ben' wakes me up. I feel
more like a boy than a man of my age,
and the men at the yards are all talk
ing about the big change la me. If I
had my way there would be a bottle of
Tanlac in every home, for It certainly
Is a wonderful medicine."
Tanlac is sold In Pendleton by
Thompson's Drug" Store and : by all
leading druggists. , ; , , .
To those who know this means so much,
especially m jewelry. Our store is re
splendid with a wonderful showing, of jew
els, silver, china and art goods.
, But each piece is of GOOD Quality. You
can find here all articles at as reasonable
prices as elsewhere and you know if it
comes from "SAWTEIXES ITS GOOD."
Ti Largest Diamond Dealer In tirs uitauji
FARM NOISES ARE CURE
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Utah Gas i
$6.00 Per Ton
(In Bulk at the riant)
(5 tons or more)
Burn fuel this winter that is clean, .smokeless and
Bootless. UTAH GAS COKE is the onlv fuel that is
really clean clean to handle, makes a clean hot fire,
burns to a clean white ash.
wUsu coke in furnace, stove and boHcr"
Pacific Power Sc Light Co.
PORTLAND, Aug. G. (IV P.
Franklo Murphy and Battling Ortega,
slugged' to a 19 round draw at Mil
waukle. It was one of the best battles
ever seen In tho local arena. Murphy
took the battle Into Ortega's territory
and almost beat the rugged battler at
his own game. It. was one of the best
middleweight scraps ever staged here,
according to popular ucclaim.
.WINNIPEG, Man.. AUT.. 5, (f. X,
S.) The symphony or droning mov
ers, cultivators and threshers ts a spe
cific for shell-shock. Of the thous
ands of war veterans who turned to
agriculture at the conclusion of hos
tilities virtually all lutve recovered
from the effects of shell-shock. A re
cent survey, on the other hand, docs
not indicate that this is true of the
returned sfildiers who settled In the
Besides regaining health at a far
more rapid pace than their city bre
thers, the farmer soldiers generally
have experienced more pronounced
prosperity. For their crops last year
they received approximately $14.
000,000. The return this year, on the
face of preliminary estimates, should
be 23 per cent greater.
Many of the 25,000 soldiers who have
taken farms under the Soldiers' Re
establlshmcnt act were not in good
health when they turned farmers. To
day the1 average soldier-farmer is in
ruddy health and sound finances.
In aiding the men the government
has made loans aggregating more
than $110,000,000. The Soldier Set
tlement Board.' under direction of Ma
jor John Baruett, purchased over
150,000 horses, mules, cows, oxen,
sheep and swine: 200.000 chickens and
thousands of dollars' worth of farm
Nearly 5.000.000 acre of land Jtave
been, cultivated, and last year 800,000
acres of virgin soil were broken. The
men produced 10,000,000 bushels of
grain, besides great quantities of hay,
green feed, butter, milk, eggs, - fruit
Signal success attained by the for
mer soldiers has resulted in 4 flood of
applications from other war veterans
who now recognize tho opportunities
of Western Canada.
The density of Ice Is less than that
of water, and for this reason It float.
3 l-2c lb.
HOW'S YOUR BATHROOM?
Ts it up to date and sanitary? Are,
you proud of It? Or is It old fashion,,
ed and (unsanitary? It does not pay
to economize when, it comes to youp
bathtub, wash basin, lavatory, etc.'
Tou ought to have the best. Let usj'
install them for you.
BENSON & WICKLAND
BOY SCOUTS LOCATE
Pine Tree Lodge,
Boy Scout Camp,
On August ;ird Scout Master Kirby
took ten boys down Meacliaiu creek ta
fish and swim. Of course most of
the big fish got back, while the whole
ten landed two fish, so they said, for
they did not bring any to camp, but
they found a fine swimming hole.
While they were doing this Scout
Master Cornelison took five boys to
get "pie dope." They brought the
"goods" home. That is, moot of them
did except the boy who took a tum
ble and spilt tho huckleberries. Among
tho six of them was found about two
gallons of berries. August 4th. nil
will remain at home to police the
camp, sun all the bedding, write let
ters and rest up after several strenu
ous days. All are well and hunsry,
iind happy after each meal.
EASTERN GRAIN RATE'
CHICAOO, Aug. I. (IT. P.) Grain
freight rates for export from tho cen
tral freliiht association to the Atlantic :
have been cvit seven and one halt cents
per hundred pounds. The agreement 1
was reached following a confrrciue ,
between the railroads . and sh'pprrs' ;
aeents. The central association in- ,
eludes point mirth of the Ohio river, I
east of the MUjissipl. souU of the j
'llinols-WliconslM state line ejvl ve1;!
t Buffalo. The cut In rate effec-
Despain & Lee
8 Cans Tomatoes $1.00
7 Cans Salmon $1.00
5 Cans Peas $1.00
9 Cans Carnation Milk 451.00
10 Cans Hebe Milk $1.00
3 Cans Tincapple $5c
8 Pkgs. Corn Flakes ........ . . $1.00
8 Pkgs. Post Toastics ........ $1.00
3 Pkgs. Cream of Wheat ..... $1.00
3 Pkgs. Kerr's Oats $100
6 Pkgs. Shredded AYheat $1.00
8 lbs. Lima Beans $1-00
13 lbs. Small White Beans .... $1.00
11 lbs. Red Mexican $1-00
10 Cans Tomatoes, small $1.Q0
13 lbs, Sugar $1.00
1 gallon Dark ,
1 gallon Light 8oc
Pears, gallon ;. V?
Apricots, gallon ';c
Peaches, gallon 75c
6 iM)und box $1.10
3 Medium Boxes $L00-
Per dozen 40c
Large Size. 0 cans $1.00
209 E. Court St.
WATER MELONS V
These Melons are all guaranteed
, , Per Pound 2'iC ' .
CITRUS POWDER '
4 Packages for $1.00
22 Bars Laundry Soap ....... $1.00
GOLD SHIELD COFFEE
1 Pound Can ...40c
3 Pound Can $1.10
5 Pound Can .......... ... $L&
Good grade head rice, 12 lbs.. . $1.00
Per 49 lbs, sack $2.00
LARD SPECIAL PRICES .
5 lbs, rmour $1.00
10 lbs. Armour $!&
5 lbs. Swifts $L0O
10 lbs. Swifts $2.00
Liberty Bell, gallon $1.65
Tea Garden, gallon $1-65
Golden Marshmallow, gallon.. $1.25
Poppy Jelly, gallon i. . $1-83
Poppy Syrup, gallon $1.50
MAZOLA SALAD OIL
Pints, each 33
Quarts, each 00c
1-2 gallon, each $L1j
1 gallon, each $2.23
tlvo in in davs to SO days and will ex-
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