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PATL7 EAST ORZQOy&N, PENDLETON, O&EGQfl, THTO3DAY EVENING, OCTOSEB 28, 1820.
News - : of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF ETENW
Oct. !8. Eastern Oregon es-
lion supreme court here.
4 Oct. 21. American Legion
Oct. S. Pendleton Athletlo
Nov. I. General election.
Nov. t--7 Northern Oregon
Older Foya' T Conference here.
Nov. 11. Armistice Day
Nov. 11-10 Pacific Interna-
tlonal Livestock Exposition, Port.
Dec. 10. Sule of Indian lands,
Story Hour Saturday.
A story hour for the younger pupils
of the Pendleton schools will be held
Haturduy morning at 10 a. m. at the
city hall. MuiM Martha Johnson, who
won lavor with the children last year
by her story telling, will bo In charge
nguln this year.
I. T. A. To Meet.
A program of speaking. ' with folk
dances 'by school pupils has been ar
ranged for the meeting at the Jilgh
school pa"nt teachers association to
be held toulnht at the county library
at 7:45 p. m.
Mum Are Hoard.
Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Kern and Miss
Agnes Creaswell returned Wednesday
from a motor trip to Portland. Dr.
Kern and Miss Cresswcll, who assists
him In his dental office, heard lec
tures at a dental clinic during
days spent In Pnrtlnnd.
Traveling Is light.
Traveling Is light, according to offi
cials at the O. W. . & N. depot. The
condition Id not unusual as traveling
generally decreases before the holiday
season, congestion. Since the Increase
In railroad fares the pullman travel
has slackened considerably.
Will llulld KlaUon.
O. F. Kteolo will build a 4,nn
service station at the corner of Mat
lock and Riiloy streets. Mr. Merle
announces that tne iDiuiumg win
modern In every detail and that work
will begin within a week. The con
tract has not yet been let.
"IfcMU-r MKXvIt" .Wek Coming.
"Better Hpeech" Week, part of n
nmlon-wlde campaign for better Eng
lish. Is scheduled for next week and
will be observed In Pendleton schools.
IjikI vr the week was observed In
Pendleton with an orglnal "tag" sys
tnm at the high school and was ob-
served In tho lower grades also.
r:inro M. Brown Bpcak.
Justice George M. brown, recently
appointed to the supreme bench, was
a speaker at Wednesday's Rotary club
luncheon, at which tho Justices, who
are visiting Pendleton, were honor
guests. Justico Brown discussed mea
sures which . rome before the people
at the coming election. Justice Ilrown
us attormy xwioral, ably upheld the
state's ati In the trials of the mur
ine derers of tho late Sheriff Til Tay-lsr.
Dormitory Near Completion
The new boys' dormitory, being built
as an addition to fit. Joseph's Academy,
Is nenrlng completion and will prob
ably be reudy for occupancy next week.
The, dormitory provides accommoda
tions for DO boys. The building Is of
hollow tile and Is at the rear of the
addition recently added to the aead
fiOiran Ktrwr IK'Ing ftradnl.
Grading of Ignn street between
Mark and Raley Is underway by the
Warren Construction Co.. forces utiJ
is being made ready for the rock base
which will go under paving soon to be
laid on the block. The grading crews
will next take up the streets lying
west of Logan street, working toward
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Quince and Apple Jelly
CANE SUGAR, $14.00 per ack.
This sugar has not been wet. It is a new ship
ment just in from Portland.
"WASTE LESS-&UY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
.iPrtvMS) Exchange OnnnecU Botb Depart
FINE GROCERIES AND MEATS
ioi-ioi ioi ioi iui loi ioi iui loi ioi-
P. M. Collor to Sneak.
P. M. Collier, local lawyer, will give
a talk on the "Duties of Citizenship
at a meeting of the Lincoln Parent
Teacher association tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 In the school building.
Selections by the school children will
also form a part of the program. The
meeting Is the regular monthly meet
Ing of the P. T. A.
Hurry WcJIinan Treasurer.
Hurry Wellman, of Umapine, who
is attending O. A. C acted as treos
, urer for the "Ag Fair" held recently
at tb,e college. .About 3000 people at
tended the fair, which was given un-
ider the auspices of the school of agrl
culture and the Ag club. Prank Brown
Walla Walla student, who Is known
here, was assistant manager.
Came Hero 40 Years Ago.
! Fortv years ago Tuesday was the
first time Claude and Clarence Pen
land saw Pendleton. Youngsters of
jtender age, they were brought to Pen
dleton hy their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
' L. E. Penland, and camped op a site
In the present east end of the city.
Mr. Penland had come here nine years
prior to bringing his family here.
I tod Cross to Have Float.
The Umatilla Cunty chapter of the
Red Cross has signified Its intention of
entering a float In the Armistice Day
parade, the conxnittee in charge today
was told. Other organizations are ex
pected to follow suit. No word has
been received from Adjutant General
George, A. White in response to the in
vitation to be present here fur the ob
Don't forget to have on hand a case of that wonder
fully sparkling and refreshing
An occasional bottle during these strenuous days,
will do much toward relieving the fatigue and nervous
strain of the industrious housewife.
A bottle of WINE-0 at dinner, also, will soothe the
Irritability of father, when he comes home and finds
the house topsy-turvy.
Besides, it is good for the kiddies.
Keep a case of Wine-0 In the house all the time.
Bottlers of All Kindt Soda Waters
Sewer Work Doing Ixmc.
The city now has a force of men-at
work on Turner street In the east end
digging the trenches for a sewer main
which will serve that street. The
men are employed by the city engi
neer and the work Is being done by
force account, bids that were received
by the city for the work having been
declnred too high. They were rejected
several weeks ago.
Chinese Cannot Get liond.
Men Gong, the Chinese arrested bv
federal officers early this week and
charged with selling narcotecs. is still
confined in the city Jail. In default of
11500 bond under which he was plac
ed by u. S .Commissioner S. A. New
berry. Men Gong will be confined
hero until a deputy marshal Is sent
from Portland with orders to commit
him In Jail there.
PrcuJrtenfa Special Passes Through,
The special train of President Carl
R. Gray and oilier high officials of
the UnianaJfift-ific system passed
tnrougn nerd last evenlng at 5:50, east
bound. The officials have been a week
In Oregon and Western Washington,
going over the O. W. R. & N. system,
which is a portion of the Union Pa
cific The special, consisting of four
special cars, did not stop in Pendle-
tou. Train No. 18 was held here while
the special went ahead of it.
In the Field
Where Quality and Price are Considered
m , PENDLETON, ORE. WALLA WALLA, WN.
Madden'! Fine Is Paid.
Friends of Mickey Madden. In Jail
serving out a fine of 150 for convic
tion on a charge of unlawful posses
sion of liquor, this morning paid 140.
the amount remaining on the fine, and
Madden was released from the city tail
after spending five days there. He Is
under bond to the Justice court on
charge of having stolen clothing in his
possession, and will have a prelimi
nary hearing as soon as the Informa
tion against him Is filed by the district
Use the Phonea
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
; Other Depts. 78
JVDLETOJC8 LEADING. STOKE
Use the Phonea
w Grocery. 2 Phones !M
Other Depts. 78
Do You Read Advertisements?
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wear, also some opportunities to save. Good advertising ought to have real informa- II
tion io it for every reader. We try to have ours that way always. You can afford the If
time io reau our newspaper announcements.
A, I 'if. I.
5.50 to $10.50
These fine velvets make up in
to most -stylish dresses. Offered
in a wide range of colors, 36 in.
and 40 in. wide. Make your se
Make up your coat this win
ter. Make it up into the partic
ular style you like. We're show
ing a wide range of colorings
and of the newest weaves, $3.50
$1.75 to 84.00 Yd.
Use these flannels for many
things, dresses, blouses, skirts
and coats. They are of good
quality and will wear well. Offer
ed in a good range of colors.
ance this month go on No
vember account, payable
sizes 3 to 8 years. They
are ready . mare; colors,
pink, blue, tan and white.
ONE HALF PRICE
35c, 3 for $1.00
A big assort
ment of wo
h a n d k e r
e m b r o i d-?red.
. These offered in white and
colors. These handkerchiefs are
the most attractive handker
chiefs and of the best quality we
have ever shown. Buy them by
the dozen. 1 lAi1
25c to 45c
A splendid assortment of fine
Dress Ginghams of plaids,
stripes, plain colors, nurse stripe
etc., the very best quality.
As you know Percale is one of
the best wash fabrics for house
dresses and aprons. Make up
yours now while our assort
ments are good, 36 in. wide.
WIRE FRAMES FOR
25c to $3.25
Offered in a wide range of ,
..a' a iw
LACES, VESTING AND
Offered in many new and at
tractive designs. Collar laces
are of points and plain edges.
The lace vesting comes in neat
Vesting 15c to 20c in.
Laces 75c to $100 Yd.
pa t0 n
LACES 5c YD.
A big lot laces of all widths
and of good quality. You'll be
using laces soon in making up
Xmas things. . Look over this
assortment for your, needs. The
yard . ....v 4.... 5c
you will note
the quality of
our gloves as
they are of
the best im
ported makes, speci
ally the kid.
We also are - .
rhowing a wide range in silk and
fabric gloves. We can fill your
glove needs to wear with your
new fall dress or suit.
Kid Gloves S2.50 to $4.00
Silk Gloves $1.00 to $2.00
'Fabric Gloves. ... $1.15 to $1.23
We have a few of these on hand, and
will limit three to a customer.
Home Made Preserves in fruit jars
Peaches, Pears, Cherries Plums, ea. 85c
HOLT Tractor and Harvesters
OLIVER Plows, Harrows, etc.
STOVER Stationary Engines.
WINONA Wagons, Farm Trucks
SEE THIS LINE BEFORE BUYING
Sturgis & Storie
Officials Will Hold Hcai-ins.
Oeneral Superintendent J. P.
O'Brien and Assistant Superintend
ent H. N. Finch, of tho O. W. R. ft
N. syBtem, last evening conferred with
Commercial Association Secretary C.
K. I rnnston while in the city, regard
ing I'endleton s recent request for
flaspien at .certain of the grade cross
Ings In the city. One or both of the
officials will be here shortly to meet
with a committee of businessmen to
hear Pendleton's arguments for the
establishment of the flagmen. The
officials accompanied the special train
or president Carl rt. day, of the
Union Pacific, from Portland here
and their own private c.ir was detach
ed here, the parly returnlmi west on
No. 6 lust night.
Pcmllrton Is Chosen
Pendleton was chosen as the meet
ing place for the 1921 convention of
the State Parent Teacher's association,
at the closing meeting of this year's
convention held last week In Portland.
N'o definite time was set, but It Is
probable that the meeting will be held
sometime in June. Pendleton had the
largest delegation at the recent con
vention, among those who attended
being Mrs, Clara Porter Smith, Mrs.
Will Wyrick, who is state vice-president
of the association, Mrs. T. It.
Hampton. Mrs. C. L. Hampton, Mrs.
Hans Pahl, Mrs. A. Frankum and Mrs.
C. F. Bloom. The delegates state that
the program was an excellent one.
They visited Franklin high school on
a special Inspection trip which Tvas one
of the features of the convention, I
Portland Chamber Sends Thanks,
A letter from the Portland Chamber
of Commerce to the Pendleton Com
mercial Association, thanking the bus
inessmen of this city for their hospl.
tality- last Friday afternoon and even
ing, was received from Secretary E. N.
Weinbaum, of the trade excursion.
ibis morning-. He expressed the be
lief that the mutual benefit of tho vis
it was great and said that the excur
sion was the biggest thing ever under
taken by the Portland chamber.
jail were rewarded with good bags. The
'highway iss open all the way from
Pendleton to Arlington, is in Iirst class
shape for all but two or three miles
and the drive may be trade In about
four or five hours without hurrying.
Hunters Go to Arlington.
Hunters from Pendleton. Rieth and
nearby towns are leaving by auto for
Arlington, where geese are reported to
be coming Jn in largo numbers. Yes-
leruuy evening there were 42 geese
displayed at the hotel at Arlington and
many more had been shot during the
day from the bluffs there. Early this
week there were 61 hunters from
Portland there In one day and nearlv
R?A?,S,S refund money if r.ZO Oi'n'T
n,hNJT fal1" to c"r Itching, Blind
Bleeding or Frntrudlnir Pn'a. i-
HlHntly relieves Itohlmr Pilps ni'id vmi
run get restful sleep after first apnli
A FALSE STANDARD OF CITTITKE
has gained ground in this country
which looks upon the bearing and
rearing of children as something
ccarse and vulgar and to be avoided
but the advent of Eugenics means
much for the motherhood of the ra
Happy is the wife who, though wtak
and ailing, depends upon Lydia E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to
restore her to health, and when head
aches and backaches are a thing of
the past brave sons and fair daugh
ters rise up and call her blessed.
H. S. McKENZrEJ H. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
10-11.12 Bond Building
DR. C. H. DAY
Phjsiclan ami Surgeon
Rooms 21 and 26 SmIth-CrarnP4
Telephone 704 T4.r
Dr. David B. Hill
Pendleton, Oregon1 i
CHRISTMAS may seem a long way off but we
are already making pictures to be used as Christmas
Aune Wheeler Studio
222E.Alta Phone 533
THOMPSONS' DRUG STORE
MI10rder Given Prompt Attention.
A t4 ins aU