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DAILY EAST OBEQONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, .THUKSDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 30. 1920.-
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CALENDAR OF EVENT '
Tteffteter now, county cleric's
offliw. Hooka clone Saturday,
October 9. ' ,
Oct. J. Registration book
close for general election. ,
Oct. 4-i Rivera and Bar-
bora Congresa, Portland. ' ' '
. Oct. 6". Lout day for tax pay;
Oct. !- Hermlston Palry
and Hot Show.
Oct. 18. County T. M. C, A.
Convention here. ' . ''
Oct. 20-2)1 Joint Institute
Morrow-Umatilla teachera her.
Oct, 22 Portland Chamber of
Commerce vlalt here.
Nov. 2. General election.
Nov. 7. Northern Orpgon
Older Boys' Y Conference here.
Not. 13-20 Paolflo Interna-,
tlonal Livestock Exposition, Port.
County Commissioner n. K. Andor
son und Roadmaster It. K. PhelpB, are
homo today from the meeting of the
state highway commission In Portland.
P. T. A. to Moot -
The Parent Teacher Association of
the Hawthorne School will hold a
meeting tomorrow at 2:S0 p. ra. In the
school house. Harold J. Wanrt, 'local
attorney, will speak on the measurers
to come before the people in Novem
ber, while Mrs. Billth . VanDeusrn,
home demonstration agent, will speak
and give a demonstration with the n
alstanre of Miss lassie Ijine.
Mull Ik'Uwry to Start.
Krea mall delivery within a portion
of the Incorporated limits, of Milton Is
to be started there tomorrow, pos
tal Inspectors recently made the grant
and the east end town will get its first
taste of delivery beginning October 1.
Milton will be the only town in me
county beside Pendleton to havo this
west headquarters of the Red Cross,
met yesterday with the executive
board of the Umatilla county chapter.
Plans for the fourth Red Cross roll
call were discussed. Harry Clark, di
rector of the department of accounts
for the Red Cross, will be here tomor
row from Seattle for a conference at
the locul office.
Three Give to Taylor Fund.
Three donations to the Til Taylor
memorial fund, totaling 132. were re
ceived today at headquarters.
Huer gave 2S. C. K. Hopf JB,
Mary Elizabeth Hopf 12.- '
Arranging for Uanifliet.
' Tentative plans for tne onnqura o
.riven here October 22. by the visit
ing members of the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce heve been made here
and have been referred to ..the Portr
k.j rnmrnerelnl Association. James
w. Rtnrels chairman of the local
..I..!.'- antnrtnlnent COmmiUee. 1IM
arrangements for tne anuir
w,i..h if witisractory to the Portland
men, probably will be carried out.
Gilbert Stmve Cliown President.
A uiibo1.i1 student body election was
held at the high school yesterday for
the purpose of electing a prescient
and a first vice president. Aa a re
suit Gilbert Btruve was elected presl
tnt and Perrv Davis first vice presl
dent. Because of the departure of the
president ami vice president tnia elec
tion was necessary.
Red CVosh Meets.
Miss -ttierln Ewlng.
of the North
JUST OPENED A KEG A
FRESH HOME MADE KRAUT-
MADE BY AN EXPERIENCED KRAUT J
MAKER FROM THE FINEST KRAUT
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The cabbage is cut, in our kitchen with our
motor driven krauf cutter which cuts it in long
shreds. . ;
BUY "101" KRAUT AND KNOW IT IS
Z "You Can Depend on "101'' .
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
. PHONES 11
(Private Exchange Connect Both Depart
. IWIi! GHOCEBDiS AND tCEaTI
401-401 101 lOW 101 101 101 101 101 101-
Tlireo Take Building Permits
' Kuildlng. permits were issued late
Wednesday by the city recorder to
John Siebert, to shingle a roof at 6 It
College, at a cost of $10; to L G. Fra-
zier for a new basement and additions
to a dwelling at 17 Thompson, to cost
$lD(JU, and to N. L. Anderson, 614 West
Bluff, for a sun porch to com J3ij.
Bclwola to Obnervo Day
Bulletins have been sent to teachers
in the various rooms of the city
schools, calling their attention to fire
prevention day, which is to be observed
Friday, Oct. 8. All rooms are urged to
devote time that day to fire prevention
talks and the children are to make
home surveys the following day to an
swer the questionnaire used In connec
tion with the campaign.
Berrlea and Flowers Crow
The fifth crop of strawberries of
this season 'is being gathered by Alex
Oliver at his home at 1915 W. Webb
street. He has 260 vines and all are
showing blooms and ripe berries. 'An
other Indication of Pendleton's balmy
fall weather is shown in the fact that
honeysuckles are in bloom at the home
f Mr. Oliver, this being their second
blooming this season.
A. W. flung Petitions Out
Petitions for the nomination of A.
W. ItDngg for mayor of Pendleton
have been in circulation today, it is
reported on the streets. Mr. lugg
this afternoon confirmed the report
that he was contemplating entering
the mayoralty race. Mr. Rugg lives
on Jackson street and has been a
highly esteemed resident of the city
for many years. , It aiiialUT!
IVir Teams Play Basketball.
The girl's basketball practice began
at the high school yesterday evening
with four teams out for the first prac
tice of the season. Miss Eva Hanson
la' In charge and was pleased with the
first workout. The girls-will practice
three times a week. Within a short
time It is planned to begin the Inter
class games. No teams will be chosen
or games scheduled until after these
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
' Other Depts. 78
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
iNDLCTON'B LEADING STORE
Main Floor for Your
Since we moved it down stairs the business is growing rapidly. We are always getting
new things in which will prove interesting to those who like fancy work and art goods.
Come in and look around. '
Stolen Car Iletnrned
Conrad Miller, of Taklma, arrived
here this morning to take possession
of an Oakland car, belonging to him,
which was stolen at Yakima Sept. 11.
The machine, deserted, was found be
side the road near Riverside after
Round-Up, by Traffic Officer W. H,
L.yday. and two association bucking
saddles, also stolen, were found cash
ed In the grass beside the road. The
saddles have also been returned to the
Hound-Up association, their owner.
DOES TWO TIMES TWO MAKE FOUR?
Ttta' the way we learned to ffcrure and we fUfure at present prtoee
of nerlal and content, your bam has doubled in value.
L you don't believe It, price boil ding materials today aed compare
thea ortoea with what you paid when you built.
' Kae ftx you would be In with fire about now, ehr.
INCREASE your Fire Insurance. -
SEE TJS AT ONCE
Time Changes Probable.
A meeting of the traffic heads of the
O. W. R. N. Co., was held in Ta-
coma yesterday, at which time changes
in schedules on the various lines of
the company were discussed. It is un
derstood that changes are to be made
in. the running time of some of the
main line transcontinental trains pass
)p throuah here which will become
effective about the end of October. No
official announcement of changes has
Have you got that flower bowl or jardinere to put
your favorite flower into when you have to transplant
it from the garden to the house.
v , -
We are proud of our. assortment of vasess, jardi
neres and flower bowls, as they are different from
anything you have ever-seen, each one is a little dif
ferent, but all clearly show real "class."
We have them priced from 25c to $7.00. There is
here a vase or Jardinere to suit your particular want
"YOU CAN GET IT AT'
The BEE HIVE
tendloton' Variety Store) Sv Cash
Acreage to Bo Doubled. .
Practically all the good Turkey Red
seed grown In this county - this year
will be replanted this fall, according
to. present Indications, says Fred
Bennion, county agent. All the certi
fied seed grown by farmers who se
cured their original supply through
the farm bureau from Wasco county
last year has been disposed, of. A
considerable quantity of other good
Turkey seed which was not field In
spected has been distributed. A car
load of certified seed from Sherman
county will be shipped to Pilot Rock
and distributed among farmers of that
vicinity. Mr. Bennion states that
there la no question but what Turkey
Red la much the best variety for that
part of the country where the rainfall
Is less than It Is north and east of
Pendleton and where the soil Is either
light or not very deep. Among the
boosters for Turkey Red are George
Coppinger, C. A. Moll, Bhumway &
Krause. J. P. Fisher, Chas. Dallas. W.
A. Blusher and B. F. Trombley. In a
good year While Hybrid may beat the
Turkey Red but year in and year out
Turkey is the best variety for the
country south and west of Pendleton.
DRESS UP THE WINDOWS WITH
OUR NEW DRAPERIES. .
MWmmmg&m Many new and interesting
ideas are put forth in these
curtain goods. Some are plain,
some are figured and some are
t two toned effects. To see them
is to like them, because they
are different Comes in
shades of tan, brown, gold,
blue and iose.
Priced from $1.25 to
SPLENDID LOT OF PACKAGE EM
BROIDERY GOODS 30c to $5.00
An assortment of the high grade BUCILLA
PACKAGE GOODS that will just suit you. Chil
dren's dresses, rompers, women's underwear, etc.
Come in and look them over.
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MADE UP MODELS
All kinds of "MADE UP" models are on dis
play for your information.' Be sure to see them.
All kinds, scarfs, cen
ter pieces, lunch sets;
underwear and the like
Best of materials, ' at
tractive designs. Prices
Bucilla Crochet Cottons All colors and sizes.
Bucilla 6 Strand Embroidery Cotton Boil proof,
in all shades. - , ' -Bucilla
Glossila Crochet Silk All colors.
Bucilla Glossilla Rope All colors.
. Yarns of all kinds, for sweaters, for sox and hos
iery, for scarfs, etc.
WIRE LAMP FRAMES
25c to $3.00
Offered in a wide range of
shapes andx sizes. They are
well made and of good heavy
wire. We will teach you how
to make them up. .
Gas lAvetand Dies.
Qua Loveland, aged 34, died thia
morning of typnoid fever, which he
contracted while doing road work near
Baker. He had been 111 at- St. An
thony's hospital for the past three
weeks. Mr. Loveland'is survived bv
a wife and four children, hia parents
nnrt two brothers. Funprnl ..rv-i..
Tea Garden Apple Butter, No. 10
Red Mexican Beans, per pound . . ..... . 10c
White Navy Beans, 2 pounds for . 25c
Dry Lima Beans, per pound .................. 20c
Pink Beans, 2 pounds for . - . 2oc
We have a large stock of Kerr's Self Sealing wide
and narrow mouth Mason Jars.
1-2 Gallon, per dozen $1.85
Quarts, per dozen ....... . . ................. $1.65
Pints, per dozen ... .1 $1.35
Economy Jar Covers, per dozen 35c
Mason Jar Covers, per dozen 35c
Mason Jar Rubbers per dozen '. . . 10c
will be held yimorrow at 2 p.
from d route, according to Umatilla coun- business and travel through Walla
ty a commissioners wno returned mis vt ana and Pasco rather than through
morning from the meeting, is to divert ireeon towns
TRIP. STUDIES PLANS
results of correct
the faces cf people
All Am erican
,. Sold ty grocers.
MARIOX. Sept. SO. (A. P.) Back
after his second speaking trip, Senator
Harding went to work today on vari
ous ramnaign problems. hjtcept
couple of motor trips to speak in Ohio
oities. he nlans to remain nere until
October, when he starts a swing into
the middle west. He made 20 speech
es In his three days" trip. His voice
today showed some strains.
Protests from Pendleton and Uma
tilla county against the proposed ex
tension of the Columbia River high
way from Umatilla to the Washington
state line seven miles west of waiiuia
resulted yesterday In the state high
way commission's decision to carry
over the matter until the November!
session of the commission. Mfian
whtlei the commissioners, with en
gineers, will visit the territory through
tvhlrh the suggested road would be
S. rtenson, Portland commissioner.
s snid to be In favor of the project,
while E. ES. Kiddle and R. A. Booth.
other members, oppose it. The only
good that can result from the propos-
p-.--f : 1
CHICHESTER S PIL13
Crisp enough, brown enough, salted
just enough with their "right out of
the oven flavor" Snow Flakes are de
licious. And they're made from the
finest, purest ingredients to be found!
You'll like them.
Don't ask for crackers
ay SNOW FLAKES
p. c. a PRODUCTS
Annie Laurie Short Bread
Cocoa nut Wafers
Iced Hotter Jumbles
Looa; tiraach Saltis Flskss
i&ciFic Coast Biscuit Co.
Head of Vice Depart-
mem Aiaien .Burnett
School of Music.
For six years associated
with the Armbruster
gcnooi of Opera and
Mr. Olson will be heard
m recital at the First
L,nnstian Church of
i'endleton on Fridav
cv tning, uct, i, at 8:15.
loiblic cordiaHy invited.