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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1121.
WIAMIC, May 3. Emerson and Don
Aid Wonderley and Norman Ireland,
-who have spent some time with their
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. II
linBBWorth of MIddlcbrook. district,
left Tuesday for their homes In Port,
Poad Supervisor P. B. Driver and
Frank Mauil! made a trip to Sherar's
Tuesday bringing back a truck load
of large culverts to be used In drain
T. M. Swift loturned from near As
toria Wednesday accompanied by bis
Bother. Mrs. Mary J. Swift. They
were guests over night of Mrs, Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller, Mrs.
Marion Burllngame and little daugh
ter, Marian, who spont several days
with relatives here, loft Thursday for
Portland. 'Mlos Crystal Pratt accom
panied them and will go on to Oak
land where she will visit her brother
Carl and his family.
C. EX Pratt left Tuesday for The
Dalles where he was a witaoss In the
water litigation. He has now gone to
Oakland to the home of his son, Carl
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Patison returned
Wednesday from a week's stay In The
Mrs. Liza Johnson has been very
111 again tho last week but is much
ur. uodUB or Bend was here Wed
nesday to troat Mrs. C. S. McCorkle.
She is up again.
K. M. Fowler waH ill last wook.
The delegation of men from lioro
who spont several days In Tho Dalles
attending tho water case trlnls re
turned Thursday, tho litigation suits
Liberty Chnstuin and Re. Now
loft Wednesday for Malheur where
they -will asslRt Johnny Chnstuin in
fencing his honioatoad. They went on
horseback, taking a pack horse.
John Darnlello of Tho Dallon visited
his sister, Mrs. Liza Johnson of, Wa
mlc Thursday. Willis Darnlol o and
Olcnn Allen of The Dalles camo with
J. H. Woodcock of Mnupln brought
a load of flour from hla mill to tho
atoro hero Wednesday, Mrs. Wood
cock and daughter, Miss Irono, accom
panied him and wore guests of Mrs.
A. IP, JLaok.
nrad, tho baby of Prof, and Mrs.
J. K. Ward, wbb 111 last wook.
!jwIs (Jllson or Tygh was a visit
or hero Thursday,
Tho Ladlos' Social club met in the
church Thursday afternoon electing
officers. Mm. Georgia Nnrvel was
chosen president, Mrs. Nova Driver,
vlce-prosldont ; Mrs. Altn Miller, ho
retary and Airs. Un Kennedy, treas
urer. A finance committee was ap
pointed, consisting of Mrs. Lena
Woodcock, Mrs. Ada Norvol and Mrs.
K. M. Swift and his mother, Mrs.
Mary J. awlft, loft Friday for Asto
ria. While herd Mrs. Swift sold hor
hotel to Frank Maglll, for $850.
Oeorgo Knd who spent a fow days
here, left last Monday for John Day
valley where ho bus purchased soino
Ora Duncan, 14 years old, w:is
thrown from a horse on Smock Thur;
day on hor way from school, and so
rlously hurt. In company with other
school children she was riding at a
fast gallop, when the liorao s'umbled
and fell, throwing her violently to the
ground. Dr. J. L. Elwood was summon
eg from -Maupln and found several
fractured ribs and internal injuries.
The child apparently is in a very
Mrs. Barbara End, who visited at
the home of her grandson, Wilbur
Wing, for more than a -week, left Sat-
'urday, meeting her son, George at
The Dalles on her way home to As
Mrs. Marlon Farlow of Sraocft
brought her daughter, Ladelpha, to
Wamlc this morning. Miss Farlow ,s
attending school here.Irma D. Munlor,
who spent several weeks here and 'n
Tygh, accompanied Mrs. Farlow on
hor return to Smock.
Lcnore Woodcock and Ivie Mulvany
were here from Smock Saturday.
Mrs. E. B. Andrews state organizer
of the W. C. T. U., was here today
from Oregon City and Portland. Sho
has visited many towns and cities in
this county where she has accom
plished much for the cause, doubling
In many places the number of mem
berships, and organizing new unions.
She will hold a meeting at the church
tonight accompanied by Mrs. H. M.
Ford, of The Dalles. They were guests
of Mrs. Emma Chastain at dinner to
day. The pony of Gerald, 14-year-old son
of Frank WIni;, figured in a dashing
runaway when he was frightened Sat.
urday. Gerald had .accompanied his
brother, Jim,' with a small herd of
qattle to the summer ranso on tho re
serve and on bis return stopped at
I the Joe Wing place, tying tho horse
to a buggy wheel. The animal be
came frightened and Jerked the wheel
from the vehicle. Tho pony skirted
tho edge of town, running to the Mc
'Murry place, on the road leading to
Tygh, where he was caught.
ARI5.BANS DANCE fin
HAS SHIMMY DRESS
THE DALLES PLEASED
. BY QUICK RESULTS
Kveryono Is pleased with the quick
results of simple wltchhatol, cam
phor, hydrastls, etc., as mixed In
Lavontlk eye wash. One man's eyes
were so badly strained ho could not
read without pain, Two applications
relieved him. A lady with weak, In
flamed eyes wax greatly helped by
ONE bottle. We guarantee a small
tattle of Lavoptlk to help ANY CASH
weak, strained or inflamed eyes. A.
X. Crosby, Urugxlst, 31 S K, Second St.
The Senior play is coming soon.
Mayi 13 and 14. "Nothing But The
Truth." ' 7
Notice To Contractors
iBIds for the erection of N. A. Bonn
residence will be received at the of
fice of Vernon t. WllllamB, Arch.,
Del., 408 First National Bank building,
not later than 6 p. m., May 5, 1921, 5
ENDERSBY, Ore., May 2 Mrs. L.
H. McDonald was quite ill last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Darn fell e and
children were Dalles visitors Satur
John Darnielle, Sr., visited hla sis-
n : linrft tintfiinir (n da
i ctus wni - . .
with our American shimmy dance
but has adopted a sliimmy dress;
which is sans sleev.esV
This new picture from the French
style centtr shows the newest frock
worn there, sans sleeves: but tin!
skirt only 12 inches' Iron tM
ground. .. .
Miss Vera Preston were shopping
in The Dalles Saturday.
G. W. Covert of Pleasant Ridge
walked here Sunday and attended
Mrs. Gus, Masquart who is a pa
tient in The Dalles hospital expects
to return home Friday.
Mrs. Pearl Templeton of The
Dalles was a week-end guest at the
Ray Darnielle home.
Mrs. J. Darnielle, Sr., was shop
ping in The Dalles one day last
William Doyle spent Saturday in
The surprise Camp Fire party,
en for Miss M. Young, whoft1jkhes
her term at Endersby this week, was.
greatly enjoyed by those favored. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Darnielle and;
family of The , Dalles visited with,
home folks Sunday.
The ChrleQan Endeavor will giro
iB .sitirtalnment in The I.' O. O. F.
afglMf!ar Dafur, on the evening of
ROYAL CLUB ,
1 lb 35c
3 lbs $1.00
5 lbs $1.70
ter, Mrs. Liza Johnson, at Wamlc,
one day last week.' Mrs. Johnson suf
fered a light stroke not long ago.
Only five persons were out to
hear The Rev. Ford and singers,
who came from Dufur Sunday after
noon. He is hoping, "the sun will
hine" May 15. When he will again
be over. The Misses Zula Fargher
and Rorie Houston sang a duet,
"Whispering Hope," most .beauti
Will Endersby motored to Friend
last week to spend several days
with hiB sister, Mrs. D. C. Heber
lein. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gilchrist and
Miss Ruth Dickson of The Dalles
were guests at the Dickson home
Earl Carico was a county seat
Miss Pearl Ferguson 1b visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Angell and
We have the best bulk
in the county for
20c and 40c
Per can 15c
Per doz $1.75
In Gallon Cans
String Beans 50c
Star, Climax and
All cans of Tobacco
We are sure that father
and the boys will be
buys something good for
their Sunday dinned.
1 lb. cans, 2 for 25c
2s, 2 for 35c
2i2s, each 20c
PORK AND BEANS
r ' $
McClain's Cash Grocery
Telephone Main 2041
623 E. Second
I. Del CastiUo
In popular and
To Move Two Cars of Good 16 inch
SI 2.00 PER CORD, DELIVERED
Phone in your orders, they will receive
Tum-a-Lum Lumber Co.
800 E. Second St.
I D0D6E Brothers
! The Sedan enjoys, everywhere, a I
f distinctly high social status;' and j
m yet its economy is one of the fi
8 outstanding reasons for its strong
I ' , hold on American appreciation.. i
f ' .' s The gaaoltac consumption la unoanaUr lew n
J The tire mileage la anatmaUr high
1 ' WALTHER - WILLIAMS CO! . I
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