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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1921)
DAILY EAST OfcEGONIAM, PENDLETON, OREGON,' TUESDA? EVEIIIINJ, AWtfCT 10, 1021.
JiKlfiQ J. W. Maloney -tunv(J' tliiiL
loi-nlnir from HeaKlde where he han t:
Will SttltAer' waVhere tbrtliy from
moraine from 8ealde where he han t.'rnatllla.
ben fox..two weeks with his family on j . , ..'''
a vacation. An soon as harvest la f Ur. E.,f Gibson has returned after
finished on the Mnloiiey mnrhe,la Bojmirh at Ijklah. '.-'",''. ,
j-furoici aiuionev win u .m. iuui. j
ilrtvlntr tho rur oaCK wnen wie luioiiies
L return (Leader,, was a, , bUHineuH vinitur In
Clark Kvood, editor of the Weston
" IS lHH'UTIN'G THOMAS KO
M . I.OMUKR
' "All mertloliie and doctors rur stom
nch trouble proved worthless In my
case. Kverybody recommended some
thin ejwf and nothing helped, so I he.
cjime a doubting Thnmas as to any
cure. ;V'hlle In 'rt! Iuts a party
Iiraised' JIayr's Wonderful remedy bo
highly that I bought a Untitle and I;
am now u doubting Thomas no long
er." It ( a stmple,' harmless prennra
tlon that' removes the i-attari hal mu
c;un from the Intestinal tract and al
leys the Inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and In
testinal ailments, Including appendi
citis. One dose will convince or money
if funded. Druggists everywhere.
Spence Bentley has gone, to Port
land .where 'he was railed on account
of the Illness of Mrs. Bentley who
has been there for some time under
doing niedlral treatment. .
j. ,.t, -,... .... ; T CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET
' People Here and: I here . SHOVS SLIGHT OEGLI
DAVIS' REPORT SHOWS
In Mat Jloii KdlotC. ". 1 Si t
J. T. Browrfhas presented a petition
agkliiK that he be appointed adminis
trator of the estate of the late Matt
Jepson. The 'estate Js said to be val
ued at about $200.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16. (A. P.)
The best available estimates' show
R. 735. 000 unemployed, according to I
the report of Secretary Davis to the
in nate today.
Sues On AWwtiut.
' Claiming that W. T. Illgby owes
him for harvesting work done last
fall. A, V. Lucas has brought suit to
recover $351.07. A part of the claim
is made for grain bags which the
plaintiff avers were delivered to the
defendant. The plaintiff Is represent
ed by Peterson, Bishop and ClarK.
. GOING UP
We announce an increase in the
price of coal September , 1st. Our
mines have issued' a new price list ef
fective on this (ate increasing the
. price on "PEACOCK" coal Fifty Cents
C'ao Is (jonti'ntied.
' The case of Mis. Jane ' Doe Hull,
charged with tho possession of Intox
icating Ih)uor, which came up for a
hearing In the county court Saturday
was continued for one week. The li
quor found consisted of 85 bottles of
beer, and 35 bottles of wine.. The
continuance was granted when the de
fendant was called to Portland to be
at the bedside of her mother, who Is
in n hospital there. .
1Ik Man lined. , ".'.', '.
Al Moore, Echo man, was fined
1250 this morning In. the county court
bv JuilKe I. .M. Schannen when he en-
'fered a plea of guilty to manufactur
ing Intoxicating liquors. About a pint
of moonshine was- found In his pos
session this morning when Deputy
Sheriff Rldgway raided , the Moore
home. The apparatus, Which ' con
sisted of a still and a quantity " of
mash, was located in. the garret.
Thu wheat price declined ' today.
September wheat closing at 11,22 1-2
and December wheat at $1.23 3-4.
Yesterday September wheat closed at
11.24 1-2 and December at $1.29 3-4.
following are. the quotations re
ceived by Overbeck & J?ooke, local
broktrs: ... '
I ,' Open High ' Low
Sept., $1.24 $1.25 $1.21
Dec. . 1.2Mi ,L2 1.2314
Sept. . .54"' .57 ' ; .55H
Dec- .5ft .55 ' .53
Wheat The action of the"
today was a surprise to moot of the
trade who had expected that the sap
port of export buying .Would be suf
ficient to maintain prices. The weak
ness In coarse' grain showed evidence
of restrained buying :jower and scat
tered, liquidation resulted in a set
back of more than three cents from
the high point of the early session.
Thore was little evidence of any sea
board demand of consequence' in the
futures market. Although about the
close a message from New York esti
mated foreign sales for the day ' at
more than 2,000,000 bushels. Cash
premiums at the gulf; which were ad
vanced, one cent yesterday were re
ported weaker today with increased
offerings from the. . sonthwest. Spot
premiums In the local market were
also somewhat' ' easier. When the
spring wheat movement gets under
way. It. to likely that doinestic millers
will have little dlfficulty'in satisfying
their requirements, but in the mean
time If exporters continue to take our
Wheat ort breaks as they are now do
ing, prices cannot be expected to suf
fer any drastic declines.
WHITEN SKIN AND
s Jiqwtze the juice of two lemons Into
a hottle containing three ounces of
Orchard White, which any drug store
will supply for a few cents, shake well,
and you have a quarter pint of harm
less and delightful lemon b)rach. Mas
sage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into
the face, neck, arms and hands each
day, then shortly note the beauty and
Whiteness of yolirTfMn.
Famous stage beauties use this lem
on lotion to bleath and bring that soft,
clear, rosy-white complexion, also as
a freckle, sunburn, and tan bleach be
cause It doesn't Irritate.
tice makes It possible for the railroads
to charge twice as much for a haul
sponsible for the shipping of Oregon
wool to Portland, rather than to Bos
ton directly by rail, as the normal'
movement would be, according to the
contention of '.he wool growers.
FOrilTKBX MONTHS OLO
(Continued from oage 1.)
The fire department did excellent
work and were able to save the lower
floor and kept the fire from spreading
to nearby buildings. The blaze was
difficult to fight as there were eiyht
partitions In the upper floor which
made it hard for the fire department
to make headway..
' This week's special is as attractive as
any we have featured.! ;
HAND PAINTED CHINA
at $1.00 a piece. ' These are articles'which
retail frorrj $1.50 to $3.00, but. which we
are offering as a "Sawtelle Summer
Special," for $1.00.
See Our North. Window - -
; Cn inc.
The r.argrst Dlaraon4 Dealer In Eilro Cnrefoa.
. THE COMFORT COAL -
"T , ; ' ' ' 1 ' ;
I Sm y tlie-Lonergan
fifrk IWvorci s, ....
SuliS for divorce have been filed In
circuit court In two cases. Ruth Wl
ley U(iiialli n seoks'a divorce from
Neil l.lKuailen on the grounds of cruel
and Inhuman treatment.. The couple
married on Christmas Pay in 1919.
according to the complaint That the
defendant was In the company of an
other woman on different occasions
and that at one time he left his bed
at night, dressed and accompanied a
party on a trip are charges made by
the plaintiff. A auit has been filed by
Lena B. Bennett against Carroll, 3.
Dennett, but the papers were 'wltfi
drawn by counsel shortly after' filing.
Fee and Fee, represent both . plain
tiffs. . , . .;...'' " "' . , . '
According to the Journal' of Medi
cine, approximately 75 per cent of our
22,000,000 school children are phy
VOTE AGAINST MEASURE
j 1 1 1
WAfflllXCTON'; An, li.d, N.'si)
Charging that the tax revision bii
the republican majority of the house
ways and means committee prepared,!
falls to give relief to the "poorer
classes of tax payers," the democratic
members of the committee voted solid
ly against reporting the bill and the
measure was formally reported out by
the republican majority.
Torrelaln money for Guatemala has
been designed In Germany. If accept-,
ed it will replace the hard rubber coins
now In circulation. Climatic condit
ions prevent the use of paper money.
(Continued from page 1.)
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theater tonight . W ee a ia-
' ; . .vorlt picture. Som rtnows hm-.
train pictures, some like ocean pic
' Al A) tures. and some tike pictures.
L iHsrold belongs to thQ last class nd
when you'vs followed tne uoi
A3 you'll set wbat his faortte pictures
tfel Uhw' 'J; t
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aid that I would . s look the am n optimist and u peaa mUtr ti-ked
to yon ai the years rolled away. the Thin Man. . ,
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i Wifa Oh i believe It. I haven't had cptlnilt taken to( k of wlint he l:a i
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. iit . j ho hay uj
! Victor's father told him he wou!d
gie hiin $C every moutU that he re
eeiTCil "A" In everything.
HU teacher sa d. "1 am atrald you
will break your father."
' His father was a lawyer. I.nrkln;
oerloua lie said, "I have hern 'i inU
tr.g l wbu'.d gie Ulm a quaitor every
time he won a eKao."
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when Oc.trrdc w.nc hi. Vbi cl!J ate
one pf tho cr.)ies, then rnfd, "O, auntie,
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"Mot tier." e d the son, "I made a, cusp for ataylug out at night!"
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courae oi studv la bow. I want to Mrs. Com Plain John Henry, waat'a
l.i: ji':istrouo'.u innienJ." wrrjns with the car; II squeaks awful T
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