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Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Munkers hve
moved into the Pointer property
where they will remain for the hot
Smith Town arrived by auto last
week from Spokane. He is at present
busy at the H. E. Warner ranch.
Later he expects to be employed at
the Farmers Elevator warehouse. Mr.
Town was in Lexington about a year
ago at the Burgoyne warehouse.
Miss Velle Ward is up from Salem
for a visit among Lexington relatives
Miss Mary Slocum entertained a
number of her friends at a pleasant
party on Saturday evening last.
Mrs. Sarah White and W. F. Bur
nett have recently purchased Ford
trucks to be used during the wheat
Miss Eva Padberg was a visitor at
the home of Mrs. Sadie Lewis batur
Little Joan Schriver who his been
nnitj ill t the home of her erand
narents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cox, is
now much improved.
Mi- Fv Tjnn durine the oast week
disposed of her furniture and left for
Salem where she expects to remain
u. ami Vr Vawter Crawford. Sr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Vawter Crawford,
Jr., were short time callers in Lex
ington on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Rov Lake were camp
ers at the local yard during several
.inc. nf thu week. Thev are from
Seattle and are out' in the open for
Mrs. Lake's health.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and assistance dur
ing the death of our beloved wife and
J. P. Hadley.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Hadley.
E. C. and Bertha M. Stoneman.
ECHO BANK ROBBED
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Dry Chief Tells
.. .twsV 1 Mum. n.in m
J? J jjk.i- IA"TQCASTKH!
fm F-tin When Bovlen searched
the car at Cold Springs he found noth
ing, but later at Echo all 01 tne axoien
money, gun and change of clothes
were found under a false noor in in
car. . .
Several thousand dollars in a locKoa
cash drawer in the vault and more
than J100 in silver in plain sight on
tho ntintpr were left bv the robber.
The cashier, Mrs. McFaul said, was
out at lunch.
A bomb was exploded at the
Cinota inve:tig-ation of Pennsyl
vania nrimarv exnenditures. when
Sen. James A. Reed (D) Mo, (be
low), obtained from Wayne B.
Wheeler, Anti-saloon League coun
sel, (above), the testimony that
several U. S. Senators and Con
gressmen had received sums of
money irom me nnu-smuuii iw6Uc
for speeches opposing modification
of present proluaiuon laws,.
fnrannAn of Maid dav. at his n'.ace 3
miles northeast of Lena, Orerroi., of
fer for sal and sell to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, the said i.nl-
mal, unless the tame shall nave Dean
redeemed by the owner or owners
thereof. The said animal it descri
bed as follows:
rina red eow. branded L on rleht
ribs, ear marked with crop off both
ears; has calf by side.
JAMES HIGG1NS, Lena, Oregon.
IX THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MUK
In the Matter of the Estate of John
E. Maxwell, sometimes known as J.
E. Maxwell, and also known as John
Edward Maxwell, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Motica ia herebv eiven to all per
sona whom it mav concern mai
ia of Pendleton. Oregon
has been appointed administrator oi
tho F.atatR of John E. Maxwell, some
times known as J. E. Maxwell, and also
knnwn n .Tnhn Kriward Maxwell, de
ceased. All persons having claims
against his estate are hereby require4
to present them with vouchers as re
quired by law to the said administra
te, ot tha law officii of Will M. Peter
son in Pendleton, Oregon, within six
months of the date of the first puDll
cation of this notice.
Dated this 1st day of July, 1926.
GEORGE R. LEWIS,
WILL M. PETERSON,
Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE OF SALE OF ANIMAL.
Notice is herebv eiven that by vir
tue of the laws of the State of Ore
gon the undersigned has taken uo the
hereinafter described animal louno
vunnino- nt T rep on his nromisea in
Morrow County, State of OruRon, and
that he will on Saturday, July li,
1926, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
whose first intimation that the bank
"was being robbed came with the rob
ber's demand that she throw up her
The robber was described as being
six feet tall, of very dark complexion.
He wore a dark hat with a wide rim,
a dark gray coat with lighter gray
No estimate could be obtained from
the bank oilicials early thio afternoon
as to the amount of money in the
vault at the time of the robbery which
the bandit passed up in his hurry to
get away. The cash box in the vault
was locked, said Mrs. Mcfaul, out tne
bandit did not ask for the key.
A later account, reported in the
Oregonian, states that Jim Mayes, who
was alleged to have held up the cash
ier of the State Bank of Echo and es
caped with $1500 in currency, was
caught near Cold Spring by Tom Bol
len and Carl Gilbert, who cha ed him
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the best oi cows.
livery bottle is sterilized with live
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let us put you on our list of regular
Alfalfa Lawn Dairy
Ferguson Chevrolet Company
announce removal to new garage building
on corner May and Main Streets
Friday, July 2nd
with a big free dance in the evening '
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Call us when you have anything in our
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THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JULY 1 and 2:
MONTE BANKS in
A Two-Winged, Four-Motor Speed Comedy! Sky High
Rides, Rocky Roads! Races, Rescues, Revolving Thrills and
High Jinks in Society!
A landslide of laughs and na ocean of trouble. You will
remember Monte Banks as the hero in "Racing Luck." Here
he is at his best in a rollicking, roaring story of a younth who
kept smiling when the world laughed at him! and you will too.
Pack up Your Troubles and See this Picture
Also "THE RIDER OF THE PASS" and No. ,6 of "THE
SATURDAY, JULY 3:
DOUGLAS MacLEAN in
Another comedy wow! ..Jimmie came to Paris to see the
sights and there he saw Betty, with the soft-boiled eyes.
But he couldn't get introduced, so he followed her to the Alps,
where he had to climb the craziest peak of all because Betty
simply doted on heroes. IT'S LAUGHING LIGHTNING.
Also comedy "Kick Me Again" and International News Reel.
SUNDAY, JULY 4: ONE DAY ONLY:
PAULINE FREDERICK and LAURA LaPLANTE in
A fascniating, thrilling kaleidoscope of human emotions
that will hold you spellbound. A picture we are particularly
proud to present. As natural as life itself; there is not a
dull moment in it.
Also "18 CARAT," two reel comedy.
MONDAY, JULY 5 : ONE DAY ONLY :
HOOT GIBSON in
"THE SADDLE HAWK"
Supported by Marion Nixort. A wild romance of the West,
plunging from Thrill to Thrill. Action that holds you breath
less suspense that holds you spellbound romance that brings
laughter and tears.
- HARD RIDING HOOT IN A REGULAR WHIRLWIND.
TUES. and WEDS., JULY 6 and 7:
LAL'RETTE TAYLOR and TOM MOORE in
"ONE NIGHT IN ROME"
The star of "Peg 0' My Heart" in a thrilling dual role in
this picture goes from the rags of the little Irish colleen to
the silks and furs of the great Dutchess of Marenq and the se
ductive gowns of L'Enigma the baffling mystic; from light
hearted comedy to tense, startling drama.
Also comedy, "BEWARE OF RELATIVES."
THREE BIG DAYS OF W, F80UC AW SKIRT
2:30 BASE BALL GAME-
175 lbs., of Pendleton
175 lbs., Light Heavy Champion of
the State of Washington
For $400 Belt and $400 Purse.
Big Dance at Open Air Pavilion
2:30 BASE BALL GAME-
Winner, Tri-County League Flag
Immediately Following the
Swimming and Diving Events at
Legion Natatorium for
10:00 A. M. Feature Events
and Athletci Contests, Main St.
2:30 BASE BALL GAME-.
HERMISTON vs. HEPPNER
7:30 BIG BOXING MATCHES
Main Event-6 Rounds
170 lbs., Cle Elum, Wash.
170 lbs., Portland
Top Notch Preliminaries Showing
Ray Dempsey, Clarence Bauman,
Pete Knight, and other good fight
ers. A CARD FULL OF ACTION.
Big Dance at Open Air Pavilion
WRESTLING BOXING AND BASEBALL WILL BE STAGED IN OPEN AIR IN-FRONT OF THE
NEW GRANDSTAND SEATING 1500 PEOPLE
Big, Snappy Show From
Beginning to End. . . . . .