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Social and Club News
lKOHKB OP H)N'K TO MICKT
Mm Mary Mrtlff, r:iilaln No. 1 and
turmlirrs of her wmmliiif will enter
tain tomorrow when th Dorec of
Honor niwts In 1'tilon hall. The af
fair, a. tmclal one, is srt f'-r 2 3" ooiock
and a Hallowe'en susm-stlon promises
to mark the event.
OMKS FltOM I1JJXOM
Mi Helen Wiley Is twins welcomed
In Pendleton from Karlvllle. Illinois,
jind she plans to remain for an Indef
inite vlflt. Miss Wiley Is a niece 01
Mrs. Charles Honney.
lib xrKETiNt; pcmkim'i.kd
The Inspiration Hub Is to bo inter
allied by Mrs. Carmen Cole, ut her
Lome 1203 East Court street on Wed
KNJOVS ,HOHT TRIP
Miss Mnrsaret JtierRer arrived home
Sunday after enjoying a fortnlKnts
visit In Knternrlso and Portland.
M!!H. COLLINS IEPAUT3
Mrs. Henry Collins left Monday for
Portland to Join Mr. Collins for a few
rfjvK In the elty.
HOME A FT EU INJ VISIT.
Mrs, T. H. Wells arrived home last
evening after a summer's absence dur
ing whi. h she has enjoyed visiting;
with relatives in Canada and the
Northwest. In Alberta she wna the
iruo-it of her sons, Ray Wells and
Ceorjre Wells. She also visited with
IT. ard Mrs. T. M. Henderson before
they moved to Portland and she en
joyed a while with the Georse Adams
family, Including a stay with Mrs.
Charles Christy, who until July was
Miss Hasel Adams of Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendricks (Vera
Wells are now domiciled on the
Henderson wheat ranch In Alberta
and they, too, shared Mrs. Well's visit
Returning to the States, Mrs, Wells
went to Montana and was there the
sue of her son-in-law, Ellis Conner
ly. and his family, whose home Is at
Poison. She visited In SSokane with
the family of Harry Wells, nephew of
the kite T. B. Wells, and with Mr and
Mrs. George Campbell, Mrs. Campbell
"'Unit her niece. She left Spokane on
her return here yesterday.
WOODMEN PLAN- DANCE
Pendleton Camp No. 41, Woodmen
of the World, will he host next Wed-
HOPP'S 171 STIRS SHOP
Women Lower Prices
Ready - To - Wear
WONDERFUL VALUES IN
SUITSV COATS, DRESSES
WAISTS and PETTICOATS
Comparison of Quality and Prices will
convince you, that you can always DO
BETTER at this UP STAIRS SHOP.
OVER TAYLOR HI1W.
We Have Just Received a Large Shipment of
Containing a Large Assortment of Titles by
and many other famous writers of fiction
OUR BOOKS ARE PRICED AT $1.00
HPS' DRUG STORE
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
ROLLED BARLEY ROLLED OATS
In any quantity. Ask for our prices.
We deliver anywhere within city limits free of
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone 1011, 473, 331
nesday evening for n dancing party.
The affair it to be Riven In Ktiule
Woodmiin bull and will be shnred by
member., of the lodge and tholr In
vited guest The committee on ore...
ura. Ions Includes Fred Strohle, Ch.i-1
MvOlnnls and Charles F. Vaughun.
METH ROTH AL ANXOLWCEn
hi interest to Pendleton friends of
both the brlde-eleet and groom-to-le
is announcement of the approaching
nmrrmge or Miss Helen Currev to Est
Icy Roy Farley of Hermlston made
known In La tirando Thursday after
noon at a smart tea Riven at the Cur-
rey residence by her mother, Mrs.
George H. Currcy. and Mrs. A. W. Nel
son. Mias Currcy Is the attractive daueh-
ter of Mr, and Mrs. George Cnrrey of
mis city and Is a graduute of the Vnl
risuy ui v.reson wnere she was a
member of the Gamma I'hl Beta soror-
fly. During the war she was in war
work In Wellington. D. C. Mr. Farley
also attended the University of Ore
gon, where he was a member of the
Sigma Chi fraternity. He was In the
aviation department In France during
the war. He Is new engaged In the
automobile business In Hermlston and
was formerly located In Pendleton.
Miss currey has often been the
guest of friends here.
CLASS ENJOYS DINNER
Hoys of Mrs. L. L. Mann's Sunday
school class of the Methodist Church
were delightfully entertained lust
evening at a 6:30 o'clock dinner, fol
lowed by an informal evening of music
and games. Dr. John HI Secor, pastor
of the Church and Mrs. Secor were also
bidden to share the affair. The boy
included Donald Heath, Carl Moll, Cyrl
McAtee. Byron Warner, Eldon Mol
strom, Harold Hatton, Curtis O'Gara,
Edgar De Spain, Dave Overg, Jack
Rugg. George Rigby, Walter Fanchier,
Ivan LaHue. Purl Planting, Lay ton
Mann, Harold DeWilde, Waldo De
Wilde, Richard Earnheart, Mark
Evans -stid- Walney Chrlstopher.
WOODCRAFT WILL 'ELECT.
Alt NeigiiDors of Woodcraft are
asked to be at Eagle-Woodman hall
this evening for what promises to be
nn unusually interesting meeting of
the order.' Election of officers will
feature the earlier hour and the party
will then adjourn to the dining room
for an Informal supper. Dispensing
hospitalltv during the social affuir
will be Mrs. J. M. Cook. Mrs. Odessa
Houser. Mrs. Sarah Catching and Mrs.
A. Tl.omus. '
CHURCH BODIES TO GATHER.
The Bible Reading Circle will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in
the commtitce room of the county li
A meeting of the women's auxiliary
of the Church of the Redeemer will
be called Immediately after adjourn
ment of the circle to consider business
MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO MEET
The home of Mrs. Albert Ecklund,
309 Logan street. Is to be the scene
tomorrow of a meeting of the Wom
an's Missionary Society of the Metho
dist Church. The affair is set for 2:30
A dish of this
and malted bar
ley food starts
the day right.
Four Pound 25c
For Your Lunch Basket.
Peanut Butter, jar 30c, 35c, 50c
Peanut Butter, tin 40c, $1.00, $1.75
Sandwichola, jar 15c
Sugar Butter Mixture, Maple Flavor, jar 55c
Boned Pickled Pigs Feet, jar 75c
Pickled Lunch Tongue 75c
Jelly, jar 25c, 50c
Welchces Grapalade 50c
Tea Garden Preserves 50c
Deviled Ham 25c, 50e
Deviled Meat 2 for 15c
Pork and Beans ; .- 15c, 25c, 40c
Qray Bros, (jrocery (Jo.
PIONEERS PLAN RECEPTION.
An event of Interest Is scheduled for
Thursday evening, October 28, when
members of the Pioneer Ladies' Club
will entertain at the home of Mrs.
Wllliem Matlock, the club's first pres.
ident. Besides club members and
their husbands, all members of the
Historical Society will be asked to
share the event
Mrs. James P. Perry has chore- of
the entertainment and Mrs. William
Baker has been appointed to superin
tend the refreshments and decoration.
A meeting of the committee was held
at the home of Mrs. Matlock yesterday.
GIRLS TO BE HOSTESSES.
Cards have been Issued for a danc
ing party to be given Saturday evening
by a group of the younger maids who
are to entertain at the. Isaacs home
Just west of Pendleton. Hostesses are
to be Miss Blanche Isaacs, Miss Isa
bel! Ross, Miss Marian Ross, Miss
Genevieve Phelps, Miss Mildred Rog
ers, Miss Ruth Mlnnis, Miss Marjorle
Mc.VIonics and Miss Gcraldine Morri
son. MR. AND MRS. BAILEY HERE.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Bailey are
Pendleton visitors today, having mo
tored here from Dayton, Washington,
where they spent a few days. After a
short time in Pendleton they will g
to Portland to make their home.
MOTOR TO PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earl and Mrs.
Mark Moorhouse departed today for a
short motor trip to Portland.
MR. AND MRS. BTAMET DEPART
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stamey left yes
terday for a two weeks visit In Port
land and Seattle. '
(Continue from pajre 1.)
i?r POUND "
The following described, animals
have been taker, up by the marshal of
the City of Pendleton, to-wit:
One gray mare 3 years old, branded
TZ right stifle 800 pounds.
Cl:e cream horse 3 years old, brand
ed circle with I conrected (on top) on
right stifle, 800 pounds.
One black mare 10 years old, brand
ed 3 on right stifle 1300 pounds.
One bay mare, white star, 6 years
old, branded A3 (on side) or left stifle.
One bay gelding 3 years old, brand
id diamond inserted U on left stifle,
left hind part whit! 900 pounds.
If said animals an- not claimed by
the owners or those entitled to their
possession and costs and expenses
paid and taken anay within ten
days from the date hereof, then at 2
o'clock p. m. of the 23rd day of Oc
tober. 1920, the said animals will be
old tj the highest bidder, at public
iuctlon, for cash, at the City Pound
n said City of Pendleton, the proceeds
jf such sale to be applied to the pay
ment of such costs anil expenses of
Dated this 12th day of October,
(From Overbcek & Cooke Co.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. Wheat A pes
simistic feeling was prevalent, not
concerning wheat particularly, but on
the general business conditions at
home and abroad which had a tend
ency to influence liquidation on all
commodities. Prices started lower
and remained' depressed thcroughout
the session, although at time the De
cember delivery seemed willing to re
spona to spasmodic buying. The De-cembr-March
spread was further wid
ened, further reflecting the possibilty
oif a ti-fct ''-- developing the
first of the year, due to light deliver
ies from thu country and a large out
ward movement. A ret ort that Kan
sas banks had been advised to urge
farmers to anil was an argument in
favor, of the short side, although pri
vate advice i ccnflrmed the determina
tion of thu producer to hold for high
er prices. Receivers reported a slight
increase In offerings from the countrv.
but not sufficient to be considered
significant. Sentiment Is too unani
mously bearish and we think any im
provement In the buying will disclose
an over-sold condition.
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.)
Russela stys According to the bol
shevlk official statistics, Russia, In
eluding the Ukraine produced 132,400.
000 wheat in 1920 whle the bare neces
sities of the country In 1921 will be
273,600.000 bushels. If bolsheviki sta-
tistcs are correct there can be no ex
ports of wheat from Russia this year.
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. Prices were
decidedly firm though the volume of
dealings was restricted. The foreign
news was mewhat more specifc and
denoted that parliament will actively
grapple with the strive situation and
an early solution Is, therefore, expect
ed, Money ruled as low as 8 per cent.
Copper was weak. We think the ad
vance will again be resured shortly.
Business men will find our Commer
cial Accounts practical and convenient
The Farmers and Mer
Walla Walla, Wash.
Senior Tryouts Next Week Tryouts
for the senior play will be held next
week. All members of the class will
bo permltt d to try tor the, parts a.id
no partiality will be shown by the
committee for those who have had
more experience in dramatics than
others. The play consists of 12 char-
actcr sand there are nearly 50 In the
Moved Back to
!IJ;i! SCHOOL NJ-TWS nwltli
School Has New Inttruiitor S. J.
Jtelthor has arrived to take the place
of Marlon Hayes as Instructor in sci
ence In the high school. Mr. Relther
hat had several years' experience in
the teaching profession. During that
lime he has been principal of the
Sheridan high school, superintendent
of the schools at Raymond. Washing
ton, and county superintendent of
Klickitat county. It is not known
whether Mr Relther will semaln here
permanently as Mr. Hayes' condition
is little improved.
Beauty More Than . Skin Deep
There la an old saying that beaut)
only akin deep. That may be so
with those who get their beauty out of
a box but not the genuine sort Beau
ty is really only another crd for good
health and no woman wh- is bilious
and constipated can reasonably hope
to be beautiful. Chamberlain' Tab
lets will correct these disorders, then
wun proper diet and exercise then
l no reason why any yojng woman
with, regular features may uot hope to
She Seta Good Example.
I keep a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remed: In the
nouse at all timet and have recom
mended it to many friends and ac
quaintances who have used It with
good results" writes A. O. Newell, New
Kenslington, Pa. Should yeu not do
likewise? Think of the pain and suf
faring that must be endured when
medicine must be sent for.
Sow Is tlie Time to Oct Rid of Tour
If you are troubled with rheumatism
gat a bottle of Chamberlain's Lini
ment and use It according to the plali
printed directions, lou will be sur
prised at the quick relief which it af
fords. No Interna) treatment la re
quired In cases of chronlo or musclai
rheumatism. All you need la' to use
Ms liniment freely.
debaud upon the question: Resolved
That the League of Nations Should Bo
dopud Without Reservations. The
negative, taking the republican stand
won in the first period class by a two
to one decision. The teams consisted
of, affirmative, Miss Kvalyn Davis
leader. Miss Oeraldlne Morrison and
Dona'd Woodworth; negative, Miss
Genevieve Phelps, leader. David Swan-
son, and Travis Taylor. The judges
were stunents from other classes. Miss
Estella Mills, Miss Mary Chisholni, and
."diss Alary Clarke.
Annual Board Chosen Tho editor
of the annual for this year, with the
assistance of Miss St. Peter, Miss Rob
and Miss Severance of the faculty, has
selected a staff to issue this year's an
nual. The Btaff consists of Ivan
Houser, editor; John Ileckwith and
Miss Mary Douglas Chlsholm, asso
ciate editors; Myron Hanlcy, Byron
Warner, Rllda tiuerrant and Gene
vieve Phelps, athletics; Nancy Dick
son, Agnes Little and Ina Bullock, so
ciety; Lucius Mathewson, Richard Si-
mis, Millard Kennedy and Edwin
Sharp, Jokes; the art class, art; Emily
Dohnert, organization; John Hender
son and Alberta ( McMonles, senior
class; Ben Smith,' Marjorio Payne,
Marguerite Humphrey and Dick Ijiw-
rence, snapshots and pictures; Mark
SAVK YOI ItKIT.i.' a a a
by having your Raw Fur made Into
at our plaie? At the same time your
old ones remodoled, repaired, cleaned
so they look like hew. At prices that
ire right. In
we mount anwhlnir fm, . tu. ...
M. It. umiiii
Spokane, Wash. 3 Bernard St. Kn.
Write about nur deer head contest.
Attention Modern Woodmen of
There will be a get together meeting
of the M. W. A. at which the Royai
Neighbors and fricndH of the Wood
men will be present, Thursday Oct. 21,
1920, at the Eagle-Woodmen hall.
Please notice the change in the hall.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Sleeping room with stove
also hot and cold water with bath
Apply 604 Thompson or Phone. 49H-M
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I Members of Class Debate Mem
j bere of the English VII classes today
Representative in Legisla
ture for Umatilla County.
Resident of 1'matllla county 35 years,
property owner and tax payer
for 30 years.
Vote 57 X Manuel Friedley
(Paid Adv.) j
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Exclusive models in wonderful value
giving collection; very choice range of
the most authoritative style tailored
with that fineness you associate with
high priced custom mades- Reduced
from one fourth to one third Ripples
and straight lines to choose from.
Specially Priced $19.50 to $125.00
Just opened some extraordinary values
in plain, and fur trimmed wraps and
coats. Garments for all occasions,
showing clever conceptions of Paris
and American ideas.
Bvans and Laura Johnson, literary.
The edition will go to press In May.
j CHRISTMAS may' seem a long way off but we
S are already making pictures to be used as Christmas
i Aune Wheeler Studio
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, "roentalists in, a truly, Welike manner. It is
i xmn"fm? ' 1 "dd ?'" nd happiness to the home.
The MA.NDELpl.yi any record. No.itrap.ru. Its wonderful
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