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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1921)
tAILY EAST 0EEG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1921.
People Here and There
Mike nnd Put l)ohort', t'liccjnncn , l-.ny at nil lint nro turning titer utocU office of the county clerk by Hurry
of near tiiirdiini, wore business vis- In on it.
Horn in I'endlciun loduy. ' They lire
owners of the ranch formerly owned
by Andy Hunt.
W. K. Knotts, who l;s reived us
janitor of the Klks Imildinrt' Iiiih re
turned to hiH former Lome ut Denver,
Colo. He will resume Ills i'unner
work us a ImiUeinun on a niilniiid.
Conditions In KuMlern Oregon are
improving I iK lit aloiiK. iireordlwr In
Klnier 11. Clearer of remlleton, 1'niu
tlllu county fin mem are ciinvertlni; the
immense wlieat eiofi into cnsli nnd ure
pri!irliif for next year's crop by anin
iner fallowing. In T'nion county they
ie In (lie 111 It I Kt of harvest and giith
ehif fruit, linker county Iiiib one of
Hie largest hay cropn In ita history,
Itui u.t.vMi .ttiai'.'ly ii.e demand fur ha.v,
l not very in eat, owing to the uncer
tainties of I lie livestock industry, "I
heard of one wile of hy,' lie raid, "at
2 n ton. A t , w ure not cutting tin Ir
Alter several weeks noent on a ranch
In tho hills near Uklah, Ch.nrles Sttir-
dlvunt lias returned to J'endletn. He Is
back ut l'enlands.
wiHMww' to bund
bJ&&.?-l! a farmers'
."news OF !HE county
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
A license to wed has been granted
to Lewis M. Oliver, a farmer, and Jtuth
Oarber, both of Wilton.
lift St'll Xonr Milton
A big still on the Walla M c.lla river
was secured Tuesday morning by
Deputy Sheriffs Kldgway and Spears.
No operator was secured with the out
fit, but the officers declare they have
may lead to the identity of
Hi nt inn Articles
, maintain and operate a
telephone line is th'e expec
tation of the Walla Walla Itlver Tele
phone corporation. Articles of incor
poration were filed yesterday in the
lliilier, Leslie Doinmls
Collect Miu-Ii I'lne Money
Collections in fines during the past
eight months have been ",337, figures
compiled by Sheriff Zoeth Houser
hhow. The amount of fines assessed
is $7,572.80, but collections on some
were not made, and the time was serv
ed in juil instead. During the same
period i'H arrests have been made.
REATOXE. Aug. 81. IT. J'.) The
federal and city authorities are cornb-
jlng the country around Seattle for
clues leading to tho discovery of the
thieves who made off with 4nn0 ouarts
of choice whiskey from the govern
ment warehouse. The possible val
ue of the liquor will exceed $20,000,
according to authorities.
Wtiillirr Is VmUt.
The maximum temperature today Is
S3 nine degrees cooler than yesterday.
The minimum lust night was 52. The
barometer registers 29.40.
Mo IVnich ISroUcn.
X-Ilay'plctures taken today of Miss
Marie Fletcher's shoulder recently in
jured In an auto accident show that
no bones were broken. Miss fletcher
was badly bruised but the pictures
show that there were no fractures.
Her condition is imuch Improved tp-day.
AND ROCK fS REDUCED
Really Sounds Incredible Bui
Well Known Man Tetifie
Tc Truth Of It.
Writing from Maxeys, On., A. J. all
ien, proprietor of a. large department
store at that place, says;
"I have a customer here who was In
bed for three years nnd did not go to
a meal at any time. She had five
physicians and they gave her up
One bottle of Tanlac not her up, on the
second ta ttle she commenced keeping
house and en the th'rd she did all the
cooking and housework for a family
of eight." 4
Ths sounds really incredible, but it
comes unsolicited from a highly cred
itable source and is 'copied verbatim
from the letter.
Tanlac is sold in Tendleton by
Thompson's Drug Store and by lead-
Hunters Out Afli'i
Pay Cash Iteceive More Pay Lesa
209 E. Court Phone 880
HAI.KM, Aug. 31. (V. P.) The
interstate shipment rats on land,
gravel and rock have been cut - five
percent on long hauls and 33 percent j ing druggists everywhere.
on short hauls, as announced by the
peblic service commisflon, effective on
or befere September 10. Contractors
say this will mean a saving of hun
dreds of thousands of dollars annual-1 LUUl'l
ly in Oregon road building.
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linnn nun si m-no ninn
! UFE SAVING TESTS
WED IN WALLA WALLA r.
School starts September the sixth and
then pen and pencil become a necessity.
A style to meet every requifement and
at a range of prices to meet every purse.
SEE OUR WINDOW .
V7i Tno v
l'be Largest Diamond Deulen In Ero oveguu
(East Oregontan special.)
ADAMS, rfug. 31. Lygo Eaton and
Miss M'ilnin Boyer, both of Adam?,
were married in the city of Walla
Walla Friday the 26th. The bride and
groom are both prominent young neo-
45 to SO pound
Most everyone in Pendleton who
tayed at home has the promise of a
nice tender venison steak when the
tl hunters return from their quest,
(Many offices are minUH the servfees of
i tho "boss'' today, because the "boss"
In company with good friends Is outi
looking for a good place to be where I pie of Adams.
i he can expect to find a buck deer Guy Mayborry returned to Adams
j when the season opens tomorrow. Ittafter a week's outing at his mines,
i is estimated that there will be no less Miss Hannah French was a Pendle-
tlian 75 or 100 men from Pendleton jton v.sitor Tuesday,
jand vicinity who will be on the trail John Hales. Roll Morrison and Dock
of the elusive deer, and a great many IHoIdina n of Pendleton, motored to the
!more w U make an effort to get the 1 mountains Tuesday to spend a few
limit on grouse.
llCHICAGO WHEAT MARKET
Dcspain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Pay Cash-"Cash Pays
j The wheat market is rallying today,
: September wheat closing at $1.21 l-'l,
December at $1.22 3-4 and May at
$1.2."i 3-4. Yesterday tho closing quo
tatinns were $1.13 3-4 $1.21 1-2 and
I $1.23 0-4. Following are the quota
j lions received by Ovcrbock & Cooke
I local brokers.
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Mirs Helen Blake was a Pendleton
Mrs. F. M. Whitely was a bTisiness
visitor In rendleton Tues.laj'.
Pen Inman of Adams, is serving on
Jthe police force in Pendleton.
Mrs. E. C Merrit of Athena, was the
guest of the Misses Ha and Helen
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Morrison and
Roland, Geraldlne and P,oberta
Morrison, Clifford Holdman and Johiij The tests given the juniors includes
Hales motored to Bingham Springs I three methods of carrying a person ten
nnd spent Sunday. yards, three wuys of releasing them-
' Kev. Logan Peringer of Washington selves from people when in peril of
spoke In the Baptist church on Sun- drowning, the surface dive and re
day at 8 p. m.. While in Adams hejeovery and resuscitation by the Schae
wns the guest of his sister, Mrs. Eert'fer method. The senior tests Include
A total of sixteen boys and five
girls passed tho Junior lifesaving
tests wh'ich closed here this afternoon
after three days of instruction by Jo
seph Hedges, Red Cross water first aid
director, under the auspices of the lo
cal Red Cross. Two giris and one
older boy passed the senior tests.
Horace Hoyden made tho highest
score in the junior tests with 89 out
of a possible 100, where 75 was neces
sary to pass the contest. Others who
passed were Francis Oreul'ch, Rob
Fletcher, Jack Hartnera, Louis Harth- j
rong, Jack Xeilson, Allen Boyden, j
James Raley. Haley Peterson. James
Rice, Ben Griggs, Cecil Barnett, Verne j
Dale, I-oren Booth, Urban Schwartz .
and Robert Miller. i
fltrlu whn nuHKpd tho .Tilninr tests !
were Dorothy Karthell, Thelma Mc- j I
Clintock. Edna Cook. Elizabeth Simp- i
son and June Schoal.
Alberta McMonles and May Fan
Vurpillat were the two girls who pass
ed the senior test, which is much more
difficult than that given the juniors.
Donald Whlteman has received a cer
tificate as a life-saver.
Sept. $l.l'J',s $1.21 Jl.18
Dec. 1.21 . 1.23 1.20 ',i
.May 1.14(4. 1.28 '.i . J.23U
Se,t. .53 .53 "i .52
Dec. .52'; .53 .52 TA
.May r.r,- .57 .5G'i
Mrs. Fertha Kembler has moved her
household furniture to the living
rooms back of her store building.
Mr, and Mrs. B. Eaton were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark Sat
urday and the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Evard McCollum Sunday.
Shorty Hall was In Pendleton Sat
urday and Mondav.
the carrying tests at twice the dis
tance, disrobing, for speed, support
ing a person fully clothed for a min
ute, and several others.
OlTICKirs BODY KKCOVERKD
' HCDL, Eng., Aug. 31. (C. P.)
The body of George Welsh, a non
commissioned officer, killed in the
ZR-2 disaster, has been recovered.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday we are going
to give you a real special in coffee.
lit of Bulk Coffee, ground to your favcr
Get your order in early as we only have a limited
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
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till LdlMmy tluJ A Lii LA mA1L M
FOK TJIIIEK DAYS. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE OFFER FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION THE FOLLOWING UNBELIEV
ABLE RED TAG REDUCTION ON THE RETAIL PRICE OF GOOD NEW RUGS, TAPESTRY ROCKERS, MAHOGANY CHIFFEROBE, LARGE
IVORY pED ROOM SUITE, MAHOGANY BED ROOM SUITE AND OVERSTUFFED CHAIRS AND ROCKERS.
RocktT, Overstuffed, Regular $55.00 Seller,
Red Tag Sale Price $39.50
Mahogany Chifferobe, $154.00 value, Red Tag
Sale Price $75.00
Over Stuffed Fine Tapestry Rocker, $98.00 Value,
Red Tag Sale Price $35.00
Genuine Wilton Ru?, $130X0 Value, Red Tag
Sale Price $60.00
Wilton Rug, $150.00 Regular Sale, Red Tag Sale
27x51 Axminstcr, Old Price $9.50, Red Tag. . . $6.50
'27x54 Wilton Rug, Should Sell for $13.50, Red Tag
Price '.. $10.00
650.00Iahogany 4PieeeBed Room Suite S325.00.
AT THESE PRICES THESE GOODS WILL SELL. SO RUN, RUSH, YES GET THERE FIRST.
One Ivory Bed Room Suite, old price $500.00,
Red Tag Sale $250.00