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DAILY EAST OREOONIAJT, PENDLETON, OftEGON, HlOAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921.
People Here and There
Merle Chlldcrs i)f Lu Grande was a
vlvllur In rendleton yesterday.
jamcs Kyle, mayor of Htunfluld, wa
lv business visitor hero today.
K, K. Krrant, principal of the Fern-
jnio school, wiih u business visitor In
Mr. and Mm. 11. 8. Elxby who
teach lit the WcHllund school, wire
hoi on ti vIkH to the county superin
D. H. Hruwnell, I'mutllln merchant
l In Pendleton today, having Just re
turned from a three months visit with
h's hi i ii Russell Ilrownell nt Hiisunvllle
California, and In th mid-west. "
Mas Verna Dixon, who will teach t
school In District No. junt north of,
Pendleton, during thin year. Id expect
ed to arrive tomorrow from her home
Tho amount of
two cauues of
is nought on
Kundull represent ths plaintiff.
Oftf on't Higher limitation of i
Eif hi StbooUi Seni Dtpirtmeatt ,
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19. 1921
for Ufomttfwa writt w Ik tiwi
Oregon Agricultural College
I NEWS OF THE COUNTY !
OFFICES AND OFFICER" j
Frmik Myrick Ik made defendant In
I a milt for divorce that has lieen filed
in circuit court oy uuiey, itaiey una
Htelwcr and H. J. Warner for Irene
Myrick. According to the complaint
the couple married In 1!06, at Cove,
Oteicon, and there are two children.
Cruel and inhuman treatment Ih the
basin of tho complaint. Myrick wan
recently fined In city court for strik
ing a man who wag with hln wife on
the street. In the complaint several
other instances are cited.
DlamomlH Causa Troiihlo
Two dlujnonds, weighing one flarat
and three-fourths caraU respectively,
and valued at f 1,000 by the1 owner are
the bone of contention In a suit (that
has been filed In circuit court by keat
or and Randall in behalf ' of Flora
Queener. Josle Pedro In the defen
dant, and It la xald.that the plaintiff
made a loan of the stones to tho! de
fendant and that when a demand wan
Actroitnt nml XoU made for their return this was refused.
The sum of $120 Is sought by K. C. A Judgment: for possession of the dla-
Cottcr who through Peterson, lilsnop inoml and
and Clark hus brought suit against P. ; ught,
Ken Jory. The amount Is said to be . - -
past due on a note and on account.
TAUIS, Sept. 2. (I. K. 8.) The
newspaper li'Intranslgeant printed an
unconfirmed rumor that ex-Kaler
William has oscuped from Holland in
GOLD IS DISKED,
(ii-t MurHUK Menisci
Kay Alexander, farmer
Helesne Johnson, teacher,
granted ft license to wed.
September 17 Is to be observed by
the schools In Cmatlllu county as Con
stitution Day, announcement today
from the office of the county superin
tendent of school Indicates.
judgment for (1,000 is
hi"" On Account
N'ntci alleged to be past due are the
basis of a suit that has been brought
bv Pearl Mvrlck as guardian for
Ulanche Alvrrda Kmery and Dale Ku
gene Kmery against Harry Myrick.
Food of the Finest
Saturday morning will' find this place brim'
full of the choicest meats, fruits and vegetables
for the week-end table. .
Chickens for frying and roasting; fruits
fresh from the orchard; vegtables right out of
the ground. " , V
THE TABLE SUPPLY
MARRIED LIFE IN THIS
COUNTY VERY UNCERTAIN
STATISTICS SET FORTH
DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
739 Main Street
Iet the man and maid who
wed. In Umatilla county tako
great rtire, because separation
and divorce are about as likely
to be their lot as happily wed
ded life. This at least is the
state of affairs disclosed by an
Investigation made by Deputy
Clerk Cyril Proebstel who was
requested by Prof. George L.
Koehn of Heed College, Port
land, to furnish data on mar
ruge and divorce. ,
Tho tables show that begin
ning with 1917 tho number of
marriages has been as follows:
234, ISM, 232 and 244. Vp until
September 1 the record for 1921
For the tame porlod, divorces
have been as follows:
I'p until Sept. 1, 1921, 3 di
vorces have been granted ond
26 have been dismissed or are
Dl'RANOO, Colo.. Sept. 2. (C. P.)
A rush was sturted to the new gold
camp west of hue, near the I'tah line
when reports of the rich discoveries
of ore caused nearly 100 locations to
be made within the lust 24 hours.
Pittsburgh capitalists are reported to
be Interested in the venture.
'The New Chief
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Two lady cooks at Rieth
Kullroad Hoarding house,
WANTKD Man with team or auto to
sell McConnnn's products direct to
Ihe consumer. One of the best coun
ties in the state vacant. Address C. F.
Stewart, 616 Calvin St., Pendjeton,
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Ycung Woman Only Weighed
76 Pound Now Weight
Over 100 And Is Gaining
"Before I began taking Tanlac I only
weighed 76 pounds, I now weigh over
one hundred and am gaining every
day," said Miss LaRue Davis, of Chat
"I bought by first nottle of Tanlac
at Gas City, Ind., and It helped me so
much that I continued using it. 1
hiive always been very delicate and
suffered a great deal from stomach
trouble and rheumatism. I rarely
ever had an appetite and simply
could not relish anything. I fell off
until I only weighed "6 pounds and
was so thin I looked perfectly awful.
This Is the condition I was In when I
began taking Tanlac.
"Oh, I feel so different now. Even
my complexion Is improved. My ap-l
petite Is good end I can hardly get I
enough to eat. Tanlac Is simply grand
iifi t nn truthfully sav that it I the
enly medicine that has ever done me J
Tanlac Is sold In Pendleton by
Thompson's Drug .Store and by lead
ing druggists everywhere.
Unusual Designs In
We seek to please discriminating pat
rons with the unusualness of our beautiful
creations in Diamond Platinum -Jewelry
and the continued steady growth proves
how well we have succeeded in our task.
For those who desire good jewelry
"Sawtelles" is the store. ,
Toe La rgr tt Dtemon4 Dealer In EaKcra Oregon
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Here's William J. Burns, the new,
thief of the Secret Service. The
picture wae snapped at the White
House Just after he had left a con
ference wili President Harding.
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Monday, Sept. 5tK
Music, Entertainment, Eats
MEMBERS COME, MAKE THIS A BIG YEAR FOR PYTHIANISM.
R. R. HAMMERSLEY, C. C.
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