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DAILY EAST OBEGONIAN, PENDLETON, CUEGOS? WEDNESDAY EVEXISG. SEPTEMBER 7, 1921.
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People Here and There &
WAR CLOUDS HANGING
IS. H. Pomer0 chief aeputjVfcflre
antlisiml of the state, was hre today
on a business trip. , ' . ' . i ;
Good, crops ah4 fairly good roads
have boon seen by.Pat Connelly, lrew
sey, Oregon, sheepman, wh'o was ' In
Pendleton yestefrdny. Connelly hiiH 1
Just completed tour of Idaho, Wiish
lngton and Oregon.' " ;
WAIt FIXAXCE IiOAXS
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There were more than 6,000 students
In attendance at the summer terms of
the University of Chicago, J,' A. Voug
er, principal ofilho Adums school ro
lirt. He has Just returned from his
work there, andis ready fur Jils duties
,TJi0itll! county looks mighty good
to one of her sunn who has been hway
just long enughitu know how to Ap
preciate home. V. 'It. Tlrowncll has
been In California ;slnce May on a visit.
He was In Pendleton yesterday from
lis home In Umatilla." 1 .'
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KIOT COTTQ TAKr.S jimp
NEW YOKK;. Bfept. 7. (I. N. H.)'t-
Spot cotton rose from 18.15 to 8'a
bale on the cotton exchange!.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WAJTTBD 3 or 4 room apartment
tana Nat'onal bank, Helena, tiwing
to the brief notlde of tho meeting, the
committee chairmen from Bait Fran
cisco and Los Angeles were tmuble to
attend. It was necessary to. hofd the
session yesterday because of the ur
gent need of Mr. Thompson's presence
In Washington, D. C. . ,
" The chairmen present ate heads of
committees which will pass upon ap
plications for jigrlcultural and 'live
stock loans on behalf of the war ll
nunce committee. They discussed gen
eral plans and details and familiarized
themselves "with the plains of tho com
mittees and discussed the tentative
foims for applications and statements
required by tho board at Washington.
Ail applications for. Joans will come
through the local committees; w,ho will
submit ihem with their recommenda
tions to the board at, Washington.
Proceeds of tho loans will be paid
Ihrough-the respective banks, lonn
cani unies and co-operative associa
tions, through federal reserve bankti
or their tranches, who will act as fis
cal agents and will be custodians of
puper and security. '
; NEWS OF M COUNTY:
j OFFICES AND OFFrCERS
OVER CENTRAL EUROPE
ARE GROWING BLACKER
Mnrringt) TJcritHCfi .
Licenses to wed have been Issued at
the office of the county clerk to Anton,
i. vey, , siocsman, ana Anioneus
Schiller, both of Pendleton: and to
Penn T Harris, barber and Eva Pearl
Ramsay, both of Athena
Austria Sends tiltimatum to Bu
dapest Threatening to5Ereak
Off ( Diplomatic Relations
; Let Us Help
YOU -WITH YOUR SHOPPING.
There's nothing like confidence when order
ing by phone.' If it wer'nt of the .highest qualify
it wouldn't be" in our Store so how can you get
anything else. .wHen you place your orders here.
THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 iilain Street :
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. qoGDYEAR
. Proprietors ,
l oi nw Are Cm Hand
Forms to be used by veterans of the
uivii,. Mexican ana. Inulan wars, or
widows of veterans, have been receiv
ed at the office of the county assessor
for use In securing Hie exemption of
JljOOO on taxation to which tho veter
ans are entitled. The forms will be
mailed to those desiring them, the
assessor states. Even though a ver
an's property may be held in his wife's
name, he is still entitled to the exemp
tion, County Assessor Htvwks states. ,
Where corn cannot v.'3ll Jie grown
for' silaB the following . crops are
recommended by the Eastern Oregon
branch experlmAit station: Peas and
bafley, peas and oats, sweet clover; and
sunflowers. he station corn averaged
'10 tons silage per acre, the sunflow
ers' 2:! tons, and the peas and barley
1 1 tons. .'.''-.',
EONfXJN, Sept. 7. (I. N. S.) War
olouds ovef central Europe are grow
ing bluyker'. A Vienna dispatch-said
tho Austrian government dispatched
and ultimatum to Budapest threaten
ing to orca'x oiT all Clptoiimtic, rela
tions, with Hungary unless1 .the armed
Hungarian forees retjro from Austri
an soil and from the torritory in west
Hungary which was promised to Aus
trla undr the Trianon treaty.
Pent. 7. (V. PJ
New York and Boston plan to play a
testimonial game-tit the Polo Grourids
September 30. the Giants last home
game. The Giants shae. of the re
ceipts will go to Christy Mathewsqn,
who is o Ill'wlth tuberculosis at,
Saranac'LakOi McGraw Is attempting'
to arrange aVeature five Inning con
test between the present Giants and
the Giants whotluyed years ago with
tho famous otd pitcher. '
ine "Human Yacht'
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- OF PERFECT HEALTH
Portland Woman Say t Nobody
Kjnows How She Suffered
for Many Year.
"No one; but mysolf knows what
I suffer from nervousness and tndiges
top for marfy years, but, thanks
Tanlac, J am In perfect, hea.lth now,"
Hald Mrs. Bertha Carlson, 694 Quhly
St., Portland, Ore.: - '
"I Ijad' so little appetite I had to
force myself to eat enough to Keep
(jllve. iMy kidneys were all out of
order and my back hurt me like It
would break In two. I was so nervous
I couldn't get any restful sleep and In
the niornlngs would drag myself out
of bed,' feejing weak and miserable.
"Since taking Tanlac I have a splen
did appetite, and although f eat three i
hearty mealg a day my stomach never !
niithers me at bit; My friends tell me
that I am the picture of health, and 4
know I never felt better in my life than
I do now. I cannot help 'having faith
in Tanlac and have started my ''son
Tanlac la sold In Pendleton by
Thompsons' Drug Store and by leading
TWIN BABIES PLACE
THEIR DADDY IN VERY.
The latest- water sport Is "human yachting " the rigging consists
t of a bamboo cane as mast Mid a linen mainsail and topsail. That Is fixed
to a. small block of wooI riveted to a wob belt about the ldy- Ker if
rlnn -vvoodmoa. of CUcton. i-nsianu. ic-uuy-tor a cruis
POKTOX. Sept. 7.1 (I. N. SjMfitv
Housing Commissioner Herbert E.
Ellis Is confronted with' a new prob
A little over a year ago a young
married couple occupying half of a
two family dwelling In Roxbury were
blessed with a baby boy. : Their land
lady then notified them that If another
addition to the family came they would
have to move. Ellis was called to the
telephone by the ybung husband.
"vtnavu i say to tne lanaiaay
now?" fame over the wire from the
young husband. ."We've Just had
twins:" - . '
"The landlady is probably so over
come with thp i;hock she won't do any
thing," replied Ellis.
.Quality or Price
. In every business is the decision wheth
er to sell "quality merchandise" or "prico
merchandise.'' ; Ve chose years ago to sell
only . " ''' V
. Jewelry of which we are proud and
which we know will give satisfaction
through the years to come.
We have only one quality, the "best"
it allows no disappointments.
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The Largest PUimiiyl lxwlers In Eftttern Oregvii'
OHMPIOV MIDGl?r 8CIIWV
PTICA, N. Y., Sept. 7. (t N. S.)
Passing to friends here a small ccllu
nid case, a traveling salesman ,caused
them to wonder. The salesman then
produced a reading glass, under, which
was seen the merest epeck, which on
Inspection, proved to be a brass screw.
.The screw is used in the tinest of
watches, it is the smallest screw
made, Its dimensions being: Total
lengthy 2 8-thouiandths f an Inch;
diameter thread, 12-thousandths of an
inch, 360 threads ppV inch; diameter
head, 26thnusandths of an Inch;
weighty 12-thousandthsof a grain.,
UVKSTOTK MAHKI7T IS STEAMY
PORTLAND, Sept. 7, (A. P.)-3-
Ijivestook, effes and butter is steadv. "
Pay Cash Receive Blore Pay Lest
Despain &Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court " ' . Phone 880
: PRUNES "
50 Pound Box f
Despain &Lee Cash Grocery
209 E! Court - Phone 880
Pay Gash Cash Pdys
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IN THIS STORE YOU WILL FIND THAT WAR PRICES ARE GONE FOREVER. WE CAN'T EXPECT. YOU ALL TO COME HERE
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WE ARE SPEAKING TO YOU IN SALE PRICES' OUR STORE IS FULL OF WONDERFUL BARGAINS. SALE WILL CONTINUE
'UNTIL THIS CARLOAD IS SOLD, BUT AT THE SPEED IT IS MOVING YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY. 1
LOOK AT THIS SAMPLE PRICE
Oak Dining Extension Table with six chairs, up-,
holstered in a good grade of leatherette. OA C Afl
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124-128 E. Webb ' ,
New goods, all for
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