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News of Pendleton
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N. Ji-5 Red Croi Boll
Nov. 26, Thanksgiving Foot
ball, La Clrsnde vii. Pendleton,
Due. G. Elks memorial Hun
day. Deo. 6. District K. pf P. meet
peo. I. Annual Meeting
Deo. 10. Hale of ludlan lanC,
Pendleton Man on Cruise
Aaron (Irahuni, of till city, was one'
of Oregon' navul rcservlsta who ww
called to duty Saturday for a 22 day's
cruise with the naval reserve. Ho luft
Portland on Monday with the whip and
will atop at Han Francisco, Ban Pedro
and Han Diego before going to south
ern waters. Mr. Oraham wa In the
navy during the war. A half brother,
(leorge Dennis, wa In the navy during
the war but In now a regular army
member In service In the I'hllllplne.
Iloth are sons of Mm. O. W. Dennis,
of this city. Hhe accompanied Mr.
ilratmm to Portland and returned yes
terday after visiting In the metropolis.
Will Play In lli-jipni-r
Five members of Fletcher's Jazz Or-
chestia will go to lleppner tomorrow
to play for the Thanksgiving flail In
ihe Morrow county town.
117 Is ltillwd
Mrs. Constance Isaacs, chairman for
the McKay Credit Ited Cross Itoll Call,
toduy turned In $17. from her district
Many of the precinct chairmen have
not yet reported. The drive closes
Write from Poland
Mlm Stasia V. Walsh, now In Po
land on Red Cross duty, writes to Pen
dleton friends that she Is agreeably
surprised at the good conditions In Po
land. The buildings are fine and there
Is no lack of theatres and grand opera,
Mliis Walsh states.
Kmallpo Not Yet Chocked
Four cases of smallpox were plac
ed under quarantine on Tuesday and
on Monday an equal number were re
ported and quarantined. Today the
health officers had no early cases re
ported. Despite efforts to stamp out
the disease here, new cases continue
in about the same number aa for sev
eral weeks past. The disease has been
In Hunt form In nearly every Instance.
WIiih iSecoiiil Place.
The Umatilla stock Judging team
won second pluce at the Pacific Inter
national Livestock Exposition last
week, compiling with IB other teams
Members of the team were Dan Dob
ler, Mllo McFarlund and Herbert
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Itiii Response to Call
Pendleton people have responded i SS
eagerly to a call from the Hed Cross
tor clothes for Pendleton's poor. Many
have made their donations as a
Thanksgiving1 offering. The Red Cross
can distribute all the clothes on hund
and needs still more,
This world o' God's is brighter
than we ever dream or know ;
Its burdens growing lighter
an its love that makes 'em so !
An 'I'm thankful that I'm liv
ing where love's blessedness
'Neath a heaven thats forgivin',
where the bells ring "Home"
CASH MARKET, INC.
301 E. CourJ St.
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Return in Morrow County
E. J. Clark, attorney, and Dan Lee
returned last evening from a two days'
business trip to He.ppner. They went
to obtain evidence for the forthcoming
trial of the case of Mr. 1ee against
Ijithrop, which will be taken up In
circuit court here on Monday.
Check Is Made Oond
Upon motion of the prosecution, the
case against Arthur (Julllford, of Echo,
charged with obtaining money by false
pretenses, was ordered dismissed today
The check, for $10, la said to have
overdrawn the man's 'account and he
Is reported to have made It good.
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E hesitate a day from our' regular do
ings, close up shop and gather . with
the family, to look hack over the
Blessings of the day and.regisler our THANK
FULNESS for the good fortune that has been
ours, in a happy feast of good things reflecting
the good times in which we live.
May we also take this opportunity to thank
you, our many friends, for the favors which you
have extended us in your patronage thru (the
medium of these printed pages.
Women Are in Need,
Six women, during the past two
weeks, have come to the Salvation
Army and asked for work, says Cap
tain Jennie Conrad, head of the local
post. The women In some cases are
absolutely without funds and Captain
Conrad ia anxious that they be sup
plied with work. She will give their
names If teiepnonco 10 ai isi.
Seeks Home for Two Id
Two boys, aged about 10 and 1!.
respectively, are In need of good homes
here where they might work for their
board and room and attend school.
John Ilalley.Jr., local Juvenile officer,
said today. Mr. Halley says both lads
are willing workers, hrought up by
guod porents and need assistance as
their parents are In somewhat straiten
ed circumstances at present. Mr.
llalley Is looking for two families In
Pendleton who would each be willing
to take one of the boys for the winter.
Pendleton's Leading Store
STORE WILL BE CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY
Just One Month From
Now the children can visit the Toy Depart
ment. It's ready with innumerable toys of every
kind and lescription so reasonably priced as to
permit every family, however frugal, to possess
its share of toyps.
We want every child to see these wonderful
displays before old Santa loads them for distri
bution to hundreds of homes before Christmas.
Pick out yours before all of the best are taken.
The BEE HIVE
Waldon Dyer to lie Host
Waldon Hyers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
O. W. Byera of Pendleton, will be host
over the Thanksgiving nonaays. iu
Harold Holdman and Ned Ptrahorn, In
Portland. Mr. Byers is studying avia
tion In the Rose City, with the Ore-gon-Washington-Idaho
poration. The boys who will visit him
are attending the University of Ore
gon at Eugene and will arrive in Port
land tonight to remain until Sunday
ItiatU on Aeronautics; Coming"
"Aeronautical Landing Fields and
Airports," a new publication recently
Issued by Putnam's, Is being sent to
the Pendleton Commercial Association
1 for addition to lis library, according
ito a letter received today by Secretary
;C. K. Cranston from the Wright Acro-
nautical Corporation, of Paterson, N.
iJ. The book is said to be an author
; ity on landing fields and on air naviga
tion for commercial purposes. It had
I not arrived today but Is expected with
in a day of two.
d. rv.t. pnrllinn'a Variety Store Save Cash
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A full line of CARVING SETS at reasonable
prices, as well as a complete line of Holiday Roast
ers and Baking Ware.
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All roiincilmen Qualify
All councllmen-elcct, as well as other
city officials elected on November 2,
have qualified and taken their of of
fice before Thomas Flti Gerald, re
corder. Richard Lawrence, third ward
councilman, who was considering mov.
ing to Walla Walla, has decided to re
main and he took his oath of office
several days ago. Willard Bond, sec
ond ward councilman, was the last to
take his oath, owing to his having been
out of the city several days. The time
I'mlt for qualifying was up on Mon
Mail for 25 days and Burns
Sicedlng Costa Man $5
E. T. Graham this morning for
feited $5 to the police court on a
charge of speeding. He was appre-, Tommy Smart Recovering,
hended by Officer Lyday last evening. Tommy Hmart, caretaker for the
. I Elks club. Is recovering at his home
latter a week's Illness due to an ab-
Schools Will Have Holiday I sceas. Me la much improved in health
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will be obliged to rest for several days
two days' vacation on account ot
Thanksgiving,, according to announce
ment today from the city superinten
dent's office. Tomorrow and Friday
the schools will be closed and will re
sume on Monday.
Gives $100 to Memorial.
Ole Newtaon gave $100 Tuesday
afternoon to the Til Taylor Memorial
fund, making his subscription and
payment at headquarters. Mr. Newt-
son had not previously subscribed
and, because of the recent lull In the
before being able to return to
lodge rooms to resume his work.
wood herd of Missouri. One bull calf
was sired by King Lavender, who sold
at the 1920 Pacific International for
James Sturgia, Bert Bhitman and
Mr. Byrd are Farm Bureau livestock
project leaders who are strong boost
ers for better cattle rather than more
cattle. Although they have cut down
their herd, Sturgis Whitman expect
to continue in the pure-bred livestock
While Umatilla county has a good
many more range cattle than some
other Eastern Oregon counties, the lo
cal cattlemen have been forced to go
outside for good bulls to head their
herds. Mr. Byrd'a expansion In the
purebred business is welcomed by
stockmen of this county.
Frank Byrd, of Pilot Rock, is the
I Harder Times Seen
Money is getting tighter, if books of
the police Judge are an indication. In
bygone days the man found guilty of
being drunk paid his fine as a rule,
hut so far this month the number who
have been obliged to go to jail and
serve out sentences has been on the
increase. Even one or two Indians,
generally able to pay their fines, have
been short of funds, which is a'sltua-j
tlon foreign to the court. Police as
crlbe the increasing number of drunk
cases to the Idle time of unemployed
who, when working, would be out of
the city on Jobs where drinking would
secretary when he peeled
amount fom a roll of bills.
Closing; Tomorrow is General.
All places of business, the public
offices and bunks will close all day
Thursday in observance of Thanksgiv
ing Day. The postoffice will observe
holiday hours, with the general de
livery window open from 9 to 10 a.
m. Drug stores will be open the same
hours aa on Sundays. The federal
building, court house and city hall of
fices will not be open.
Stomach Pain, Sourness,
Gases and Acidity ended(
with 'Tape's Diapepsin"
receipts at headquarters, surprised the biggest Shorthorn breeder in Umatilla
county and the possessor of one of the
finest herds on the northwest since the
recent purchase of 20 head of pure-
Ted cattle from Sturgia & Whitman.
The price paid is said to have been
over $10,000, which is considered rea
sonable because of the high class of
the animals and the general high price
level maintained at recent pure bred
sales despite the general slump in cat
tle. The cattle are rich In the blood of
the best herds In America. The pedb
grees bear the names of Cumberland
Avondale, Choice Goods and other
famous sires. Three, of the cows were
bought by Sturgis & Whitman from
the prlxe herd of Day & Rothrock at
the 1919 Pacific-International Live
stock Exposition, and were sired by
Silver Senforth. Three others came
from the herd of J. F. Prat her, one of
the best breeders In Illinois. Two are
from the Howell Reese & Son Nebras-
Universal Stoves & furnaces
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Out-of-order stomachs feel fine at
once! When meals don't fit and ou
elch giis. acids and undigested food.
When youw feel indigestion pain.
umps o( distress in stomach, heart
burn or headache. Here is Instant
Just as soon as you eat a tablet or
two of Pape'a Diapepsin all the dyspsp
sla, Indigestion and stomach distress
caused by acidity will end. These
tleasant, hnrmless tablets or rape's
Utapepsln always put sick, upset,
cid stomachs In order at once and
they cost so little at drug stores, 1
Second Offense Urines Jolt
John Boylen received a fine of $23
or 12 days in Jail in police court this
morning on a charge of being drunk
and disorderly last Friday night. He
is alleged to have been engaged in the
fight that took place in front of the
Crescent on Main street that night in
which three men were arrested. Boy
len was not apprehended at the time,
howver, but was found last evening.
He was fined for being drunk and dis-
orderly on November 4, records at the
recorder's office show, and went to
Jail at that time for 10 days but upon
promise to behave, was released before
he had served out all the sentenc. His
fall from grace resulted In a stlffer
Jolt this morning.
NEW YORK, Nov. 24. (A. -P.)
Testimony that three-fourths of the
wrought steel industry of America is
controlled by three powerful corpora
tions was given in the building- trust
inquiry" today by John G. Cornell. Jr..
a jobber and exporter.
Tell You How
A Child can Follow Directions
and ge; Perfect Results
Each package ut "iiamoiia yea
contain directions so simple that any
woman can diamond-dye a new, rich,
fadeless color Into worn, shabby gar
ments, draperies, coverings, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods.
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind then perfect results are guar
anteed even If you have never dyed
before, Drugalst has color card.
Have your Xnias photos made by
Ward we will take you In your home.
Slim Coyote" Fined 50.
William lilevens, known locally as
"Slim Coyote," was fined $."fl in police
court this morning on a charge of hav
ing liquor In his possession unlawfully.
Two bottles, one containing straight
denatured alcohol, and the other a
diluted mixture prepared for drink
ing, wero taken from him when arrest.
ed. Officer Lydny saw Blevens pur
chase the alcohol and followed him
around to the rear of a building off
Main street where he mixed a cock-j
tail in the second bottle. He took ai
There Is only one medicine that real
ly stands out pre-eminent as a medl
cine tor curaDie ailments oi tne kiu-i
nr.'a, iiver aim DiKiiuer.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands
the highest for the reason that it has
proven to lie jnhl the remedy needed
li' thousands upon thousands of dis
tressing cases. Swamp-Root makes
friends quickly because Its mild and; J
Immediate effect la soon realized in I X
most cases. It is a gentle, healing
Start treatment at once. Sold at all
drug stores in bottles of two sites,
medium and large.
However, if you wish first to test
irlnk and then gave one to Jim Burns, I this great preparation send ten cents
a friend. The officer th?n stepped In to Dr. Kilmer ft Co.. Binghamton. N.
and arrested bnth. Rums was fined I V., for a sample bottle. When writ
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to pay his fine and Blevens went toika, herd and souie from the Green. W 1 1 II I MM 1 1 MMM M M I II M I IM Ml HUM 1 1 1 II I
To the many shoppers who
have made this little market's
growth so rapid, we extend the
wishes of a very happy Thanksgiving.
Hie lai Supply"
Phone 187 and 18S 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
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