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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1921)
People Here and There
.AND HER DID SKIRT
daily EASrft&EQOytAtr; pespletow; osxaatn Tuesday- Evraftyg; September 27, 1021:
' Burl Matlock of Eugeno, loft yes
terday for IiIb home after a visit here
With his aunt, Mrs. Wesley N. Matlock.
Weather lias been fine In the Uklah
' district for grain threshing, Robert
Bond declares. Mr. Bond arrived In
, Pendleton last night and returned to
the cattle TAnch this morning. Wue-'
stcm is yielding around 20 bushels.
Just enoug-h is threshed to furnish
seed for next year's crop of grain hay.
x Taste Good
Creates- an appetite; aids diges
J tlon, purines the blood, promotes
J assimilation so as to secure full
nutritive value of food, and to
,, lve strength to the whole system.
J. S. Norvall and Charles Behren
of Helix, are here today.
J. P. Walker, veteran clerk of the
Woodmen of the World, returned Sun
day after a visit to Portland, Molalla
and TroutAale. His' health Is some
what Improved since the trip. .
NEWS OF tHE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
l ined For SpewHiift
W. D. Huff was fined JS this morn
ing In the court of Justice Joe H.
Parks. His arrest was made by the
county traffic officer on a charge of
Sikh on Notes
.. Three separate suits have been filed '
by Haley, Raloy and Stelwer and H. J. '
Warner In behalf of P. B. Bllnn to col
lect notes which are claimed to be
overdue and unpaid. The defendant
and the sums sought In the suits are
YOUR BIGGEST WISH ANSWERED
Your Wish for
...; Heat Efficiency,
Coal Cleanliness and Little Ash,
A Well Warmed Home This Winter
Rallih 13. Porter, 1259.48; Edward
Tucker, $222.61, and J. A. Numbers,
Charges CYuel Treatment
: A suit for divorce has been brought
In circuit court by Alice Spencer
against James Bpcneeif whose true
name Is alleged to be durance Walker.
Cruel and Inhuman treatment Is given
as the cause of the suit. The com
plaint sets forth that the couple mar
ried here January 20, 1924. The re
turn of her tormcr name of Carlisle Is
asked by the plaintiff who is repre
sented by Carter and Smythe.
Actionals Iu Court
. Aequltals In two cases that have
been concluded In the circuit court
have been returned by the Jury which
heard the testimony. James McDon
ald, alias James McClainn, was found
not guilty of stealing a horse In a ver
dict that was brought In at noon. Fred
Kholn and George .Brandt were also
acquitted In a verdict brought In last
night. They were charged with bur
glary. The case of J. B. E:dgar, charg
ed with the theft of goods from a store
was on trial this afternoon.
Two marriage licenses have been
granted by the county clerk during the
past 24 hours. Bam Rogers, a shoe
maker of Stanffeld. and Terresena Fe
caldo, also of Stanfleld were granted a
license yesterday. Both -are natives of
Italy, and the bride recently came
from her old home to wed Rogers who
was naturalized a short time since
and assumed the name of Rogers when
he became an American. Esklld L.
Christensen, barber, of Athena and
Ne!a M. Corn, also of Athena, were
granted a license.
Boys Confess To Thefts
Four boys, none of whom are more
than 14 years of age, are in the tolls
as a result of their arrest yesterday by
attaches of the sheriff's office on a
charge of entering the house of Leslie
Oibbs on West Court street. They are
Bill Jackson, Georgn Rue, Howard
i Brundage and Alvin Phipps. The lat
I ter is still at libcrt?, nut the other
three boys are held for the action of
i the Juvenile authorities. The boys
have confessed to the authorities that
they entered the Olbbs home four
The afternoon gown offers mans
possibilities in the silhouette this
season. A new model by Franklm
(Simon Is the cope dresss. Clrculai
sections extend over the sleevet
giving the cane effect' The gown
Ms of blue crepe ant la faggoted,
The skirt Is gstnered.
A Bird of a Coal
A lazy no-account feeling' wltB
yawning and sleepiness In the day
time Is caused by a torpid liver and
disordered bowels. Herblne is a
splendid remedy for such ailments. It
cleanses the system and restores vim
and activity. Price, 60c. Sold by The
Pendleton Drug Co.
Owners of horses and blooded stock
are large users of Liquid Borozone.
It heals wounds, festering sores, barb
ed wire cuts by a mild power that
leaves no disfiguring scars. Price 30c,
60c and $1.20. Sold by The Pendle
ton Drug Co.
For skin eruptions, rash, chafed
skin, prickly heat, chigger bites and
stings of poisonous Insects, Ballard's
Snow Liniment Is an effective applica
tion. It heals quickly. Three sizes,
30c, (Oe and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by
The Pendleton Drug Co.
times and attempted to stage two other
robberies there, only to be frightened
away when they feared being caught.
Jewelry, money and candy were taken
by the boys, and even more damage)
was done by them in tearing up costly
linen and In other depredations In the
house. Harry Brundage was also ar
rested for the theft of a watch. He
has been employed as mailer by the
Bast Oregonlan, and the watch was
stolen from a fellow worker. He con
fessed to the officers where he had
hidden the watch, and it was later re
covered. A gold chain which was tak
en with It was not recovered, however.
Woatlier "M uch Warmer i
The weather is much warmer today,
the maximum being 78.' The mini
m"m last 1I7M was 40, ani the baro
meter,' savs Major Lee Moorhouse,
registers 29.50, , ':; j frny-HaT-i i
Buy "Diamond Dyes" and follow the
simple direction In every package.
Don't wonder whether you can dyo or
tint successfully, because perfect home
dyeing- Is guaranteed with Diamond
.Dyes even if you have never dyed be
fore. Worn, faded dresses, skirts,
waists, coats, sweaters, stockings,
draperies, hangings, everything, be
come like new again. Just tell your
druggist whether the material you
wish to dye Is wool or silk, or whether
It Is linen', cotton, or mixed goods.
Diamond Dyes never streak, spot, fade
suffered by the Thompson Drug Co.
during Round-Up week when burglars
broke into the store and tapped the
caBh register for the change that had
been left in iit overnight. Entrance
was gained by way of the back door,
and there was no clues. The robbery
was made Friday night.
Stella Likes Fighting.
Stella French, Indian, released here
recently after she had paid a fine of
$100 for her part in a drunken fight
last summer is In trouble and In Jail
again. After she had settled her fine
here, she started for Wapata, Wash.
At Pasco, she had a fight with three
other Indian women. She. was ar
rested by the authorities there.
Wirt Minor Is Dead.
Wirt Minor, former Pendleton law
yer and member of the legal firm of
Tealfl Minor & Winfree, died In Port
land this morning from apoplexy. A
message telling of the death was re
ceived here by C. H. Carter, old time
friend of the deceased. Mr. Minor was
well known to many older residents
here because of his early day career in
Srtraorcinary values in
18 K. WHITE GOLD MOUNTINGS
The Largest Duunotvl Dealers In Eaver lnn.u
ricks Late Strawberries.
A fruit Jar full of beautiful speci
mens of strawberries was proudly dis
played today by Mrs. R. O. Hawks at
the office of the county assessor. The
fruit was picked from the vines this
morning and is firm and of a lovely
color. Berries have been picked from
the little strip of a patch all summer,
Mrs. Hawks says. The berries are of
the everbearing kind.
I Pay Casfi Receive More VajlAm
i: Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court rnoneceu
DIDXT WASTE MOXEY OX FOOD
"The recent campaign against
wastefulness in eating did not affect
me much as I haven't been able to
eat anything but toast and tea for the
past five years. Even that would
create gas and cause me distress.
My weight was down to eighty-four
pounds and my complexion muddy.
I had frequent pains in the region of
my appendix. I am glad 1 did not
listen to an operation, as Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy has made a new
woman of me." It is a simple, harm'
less preparatibn that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal
trof onfl niinva' the Inflammation
which causes practically all stomach.
liver and intestinal aliments, mciuu
tntr a mien illnitts. One dose will con
vince or money refunded. Druggists
FRESH EGGS, DOZEN 40c
COCOA, PER POUND 25c
PEABERRY STEEL CUT COFFEE
3 POUNDS 95c
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
I 209 E. Court Phone 880
The Pendleton Drug Co. I iwia
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ARE THESE SALES SELLING FURNITURE? FES! BECAUSE WE HAVE SAID GOOD-BYE
TO REGULAR PRICES. THE CUTS WE HAVE MADE ARE TREMENDOUS AND WILL REMAIN
SO UNTIL WE FINISH OUR SECOND YEAR. YOU KNOW WE HAVE BEEN GROWING-LOW
PRICES ARE DOING IT.
LOOK At THIS FOR A SAMPLE
3 piece bed room set only
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
1 Dozen cups and saucers, one set to a customer,
a. a " Pi "1 '
as long as they last lor only l. io.
: 121-23 E. Webb
Phone 548 '