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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1921)
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". P. Itugsriule, l;llom;dule, wum
Initon, sheep man, was u visitor in
;Pcndloton yesterduy. , ,
' F, W. Falconer of the Cunningham
flhecp Co., ha gone to Enterprise
where lie will BUperlntenil the loudlng
of n shipment of lambs.
.T if. Rturcls was at Athena today
'where ha attended a big unction mils.
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'fhi "Food-Drink' for All Ages.
Quick Lunch et Home, Ofl5cp,n4
Itir Ave! J Isiiiuliotu t Substitutes
Churle XprrlH and Cum Cannon of
Athena wer in Pendletun today trans-nctlng-buKiiiess
There Ih no demand for poor dia
mond. aay J. II. Sp'ro, travelln.i
Jewelry aaieman wlio is lr. I'endleton
today, Mr. Splro Bays that the public
Ik demnndinsr only the best diamonds
and that there Ih no sale for atones of
pour quality. He !' diamonds from
the London market but purchases
wml-precioiiB atonea irom
These arc more eaaily procurred now
than formerly, ttayu Mr. Ppiro, al
thoiiBh amethyst are atlll hard to net.
flpeakinjf of the trend of popular fa
or, Mr. Splro says that there la an
ever Jnereaalng demand for ton
of that city und who Is here visiting
hl brother, K. 3. Uurke. ills firm
dcalK in knittliiK warns and mcn'H
wear and Mr. Burke Jiaya t'nut Uientw
bsytS of lower prices has caused a
ery Kuiiumi lory iiiuiBiiao ,i umouic .
The heavyweight season Just ppjmed,
during w hich lirinj- yarns wero made
for the winter season, was very soofl,
says .Mr. Hurko, and he look forward
to n rood llchtweleht season, when
I'yurns will be made for the summer
Ths comlnjt season for woniteU
varns ls looking brighter, aays Walter
ll lturke, of I'hlladeluhla, who la as
sociated with the Yewdall & Jones Co.
YOUR BIGGEST WISH ANSWERED
y..." Your Wish for
, Heat Efficiency,,- ;
I Coal Cleanliness and Little Ash,
A Well Warmed Home Thb Winter
x; DEMAND. - .
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OFFICES AND OFFICERS
A suit to recover Judgment for 80
which he alleges is due him on a loan
has been f'.led by rtaioy, Raley & Stel
wer and H, J. Warner In behalf of
Thomas W. Seott against Mrs. June
Triiek Drivor' (Incd.
For failure to stop his truck follow
ing a collision on the, I 'Hot Hock road
August 2 7, B. K. Keeney, a Grant
county man, was fined 10 this morn
ing lit the court of Justice Joe H.
Tarkes when he entered a plea pf guil-
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IVtlt'oiis for APiwIntmeiU.
a. luititinn uKklnc that he be
appointed administrator of the estate
of Eva Blanche Uagains. nis aaugn-
ter. has been presented to the counij
clork by Thomas Jacques of PJiot
ftock. The estate Is valued at about
120, according to the petiiion.(
dobs Arc Visited.
Stock judging clubs in' the county
in visited durinir the oast week by
Fred L'cnnioh, county agent, with a
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
HKMABLB and permanent party
wishes to rent small furnished or
unfurnished house, reference. Phone
FOU SALE Two sheep dogs one
broke to work one 3 months old.
FOlt PALE $180.00 Mahogany cab
inet and Kdison phnograph for $125
rash. -Phone M8-W, "612 Maple St.
WANTED First class sales lady for
millinery. Address "V East Ore
gonlan. ' . . ,
WANTED Furnished or unfurnish
ed four Or fi- room house. Will
lease for 6 months or year. No chil
dren. Phone 401 between 8 a. m. to 6
p. m. ,
f Squeeze the juice of two lemons IrU
! a bottle containing three ounces ol
'orchard White, which any druz store
will mipply for a few cunt, nhake Weil
land you have a quarter pint of harm
i lers and diillghtful lemon blench. Mas-
l sage th'g sweetly fragrant loiion into
the face, neck, arms and hanits ach
oay, then shortly note tha beauty arro
w'hlteiK.-Hs of your sl'in.
1 ainous Hluge beauties 'use this' lorn :
n lot. on to I lea' h and bring th'it soft
clear, ros -white comiilexion, alo as
la freckle, sunburn, and tun blea"ch be-
' ause it t'oesn't Irritate.
view to arousing interest In the stock
Judging contests to be held in Ifermls
ton at Field' ay next Saturday. Mr.
Hcnnion has already held some prac
tice contests. Teams from t'mat'ila,
Columbia and Hermiston will com
pete. ' ,
Licenses to wed have been issued at
the office of County Clerk it. T.
Drown to the following couples:
Olen A. Smith, farmer, Waitsburij,
Wash., and Clara Tinker, of I'imatilla
county; Hasten Mai Landrum, me
chanic, vand i7in,l wav film"to"
teacher, both of Pendleton; Lew Lee
Sage, machinist, and Amanda Britten
both of .w.uoii, e.i.u lu ......... .,
'arr;ns"ton. iiccounlant of Washing
ton and 'Marie Palmer of Freewater,
HUSBAND SUBMITS TO
TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD
. OPERATION FOR WIFE
ARRAIGNMENT OF SELF
. MURDERER POSTPONED
One of the few operations for
the transfusion of blocd per
f,rmed In this part of the state
has resulted favorably for Mrs.
K. W, Ayers. The operation
was performod Friday at St. An
thony's hospital, blood from the
body of her husband being
transfused Into Mis. Ayere' veins.
A rap'd Improvement in her
condition, which was consider
ed critical before the operation,
has been noted. It. W. Ayera is
deputy county assessor.
Quality or Price
" In every business is the decision wheth
er to sell "quality merchandise" or "prico
merchandise." We chose years ago to sell
only" ( .; ;
" Jewelry of which we are proud and
which we know will give satisfaction
through j:he years to come.
W have only one quality, the "best"
it allows no disappointment'. ' v
T Larcrst txamoivl Ieleni 'to Fjtrrt, lf'u
SALEM, Sept. . (IT. P.) The de
lay in the return ef Jcttce of thf
Peace T'nruh caused postponement ol
the scheduled arraignment of Airs.
Alma Louisa Wnrtrtberser, self-con
fessed husband murderer. The wom
an Is jailed here and declares all sh
wants is justice. She appears consid
erably disturbed by the trend of
events, although she adheres to the
-story that the murder of her hus
band waa incited through his repeated
threats to kill her. She will be charg
ed with fint degree murder.
ASK KLTEAIi OF KX3CS.S TAXES
WASHINGTON. Sept. B. (IT. P.
Indications are that the senate fi-
n.inne committee will recommend R
reneal of the excess profits taxes and
surtax above 32 percent as of Janu
ary, 1921, when congress reconvenes.
John und Robert Moyer, sons of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Moyer. 609 College
street, had their tonsils and adenoids
PAWS. iVpt. t-r'iV. P.) The Am
erican embassy, acting under Wash
ington state department instructions,
inquired informally today for France's
viewpoint toward the German-American
treaty. France has been asked to
recognize the treaty. Embassies of
other countries have been directed to
"Cold ta the Head"
is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh
Those subject to trequnt 'Voids lu tiii
head" will find that the use of HALL','
CATARRH MKD1C1NK hill build up th.
System. . cleanse -the Hinod ami rende
them less liable 'to colds. Repeated at
tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead t
hall's Catarrh medicine u
taken internally and acta through t!u
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Bys
tern, tli in reducing the Inflammation anc
restoring normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Pay Cash - Receive More Pay Lea X
Despain&Lee CashGrocqry J
209 E. Court Phone 880
SO Pound feox
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery :
209E. Court Phone 680 J
Pay Cash Cash Pays 1
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' WE ARE SORRY if yon were unable to get waited upon. Tomorrow1 wc will
have more clerks andean assure every one our personal attention.
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