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DAILY EAST OEEQOinAJf, rKflDLETON, OBEQOIT, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1920.
eius of Pendleton
C.VLKNDAlt OF KVIuXTS
Due, G. Elk momorlul Bun
Doc. 6-11 School week.
Doo. i. District K. of 1. meet
Due. 7. I'endleton Cummer
merclul Association meeting.
Dec. I. Annual Meeting
Dec. 10. Sale of Indian IanC
Dec. 20-24 Pruning Hchoul a)
Dec. 28-29 Second Annuul
meeting Oregon State Chamber
of Commerce, Portland.
ChliM-so (jet ;t( !
Men (long, local Chinese arrested
Hcveral week ago for selling narcotics,
wa sontencod laHt week end In Port
land to servo 30 duy In the county
Jail. HIh trial wu held In the U. H.
1 .11 lie Know In Mountain
There U but little snow In the
mountnliiM, say It. 'A. Jtuttrhcr, as
KlMtent forest supervisor. The rain
cauiied the melting of the snow and
there la none Huve a light full above the
5,000 feet altitudes. '
Kliop Ik OiH'iH'd
Mrs. J. F. Deck and Mr. I.ula Dun
gun have opened a dressmaking uml
art work shop at 601 College direct.
Mr. Heck will be In churgo of dress
making and remodeling while Mm.
DunKun will munuge the art work,
which will Include the muklng of cur
tali, und draperies.
Luncheon to be (Jlveii
A ImMket luncheon will be given at
the ChrlHtlun church tomorrow night,
according to announcement mude to
day by Itev, R. U Jtussaburger, pastor.
Hev. A. It. Uvcrctt, of the First Chris,
tlan Church in Walla Walla, will be
Corn Meal and Hominy
.NEW CROP CORN
Now Selling at pre-war price
White and Yellow Corn Meal, 55c per 9 pound
Hominy, 60c per 9 pound sack.
Also Pure Buckwheat Flour in 9 pound sacks
at $1,10. - ,
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private. Kteluuigo Conneets llolh IleparuiiciiU)
FIXK GHOCKItUOS AND MHATS
Angling Season Closes Tomorrow
The season for angling In this part
of the state close at sundown tomor.
row and between that time and April'
1, 1921, no trout fishing will be per
mitted. The closed season will disap
point but few anglers, as high water
recently ha made trout fishing out or
the question hereabouts.
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(iradlng for Tennis Court.
Dr.-D. B. Hill, a devotee of tnnn's.
plan to entertain his neighbors on
tho north hill at the racket game next
summer without necessity for making
the long trip to Itound-t'p pink. He I.
gradlng a plot of ground In rear of his
residence on I'pper Jefferson Slrcnl
and will complete tho court In the
fewer Job Completed
The Turner street ewer, which
hu been constructed by a force work
ing under the city engineer, today com
pleted the last manhole on the system.
The sewer j now ready for use a soon
as Inspected and accepted. The city
engineer and the sewer committee of
the council will look over the sewer
either tomorrow or Wednesday to test
and Inspect It.
Hankmpl Case Kef erred.
Jacob Hess, Freewater farmer, and
N. H. Morgan, of Pendleton, were ad
judged bankrupt In the U. S. court at
Portland last week and their cases I
were referred today to Judge Thomas
Flli Gerald, referee In bankruptcy for
this county. The former has liabilities
of 14100 and the latter liabilities or
$1005.26. Neither has asset which
are not classed as exempt.
Annual Meeting Announced 1
I The second amial meeting of the
i Oregon State Chamber of Commerce
its to be held in Portland on Tuesday
'and Wednesday, December 28 and 29,
j beginning at 10 a. ni. on the first day.
I Notice of the meeting wag received to
j day by the Pendleton Commercial Aa
! sedation with a request that it be rep
l resented. The sessions will be held In
the Portland Chamber of Commerce
rooms In tho Oregon building.
Companions for the Child
THERE ARE LONG ROWS OF COMPANIONS
- FOR THE CHILD
There are long rows of big and. little dolls, toy
elephants, pussy cats, dogs, teddy bears waiting to
be adopted by little boys and girls who are out
these days looking for companions, and we want
to be sure that every one of these little creatures
in our toy village has a new home by Christmas
Don't put off making your assortment, but do'
it now. Let ua lay the gift of your choice away
for you and you can call for them the day before
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash Pendleton Variety Stors Save Ch
Duck Were Scarce Sunday '
Hunter who Journeyed early to the
pond In the west end of the county
Sunday returned with report of poor
luck. The bird which have been In
this vicinity for several week are
native, ducks and are difficult to get!
the drop on. Weather in the north ha
been so mild that the northern ducks
are not yet In these parts. Most of
the hunters managed to get a few birds
but they were far from plentiful.
rjjU'uh customer In Police Court
Kl After suffering for several days
I from the tightness of the money mar-
S kct, police court this morning recelv-
A ed $50 in forfeitures. Five drunks, ar-
Zk rested Saturday night, each put up $10
5 ball for their release Sunday morning
K and forfeited this morning by failing
K to appear for trial. Four of tho five
R.wcre Indians. Tho list Included Ty-
Conness and George Washington, in
addition, (25 was turned over to tho
recorder to pay the fine of Billy Dick,
who was found guilty Saturday of driv
ing an auto while intoxicated.
Laying Half Mllo or Main
The city water department at pres
ent Is laying nearly a half mile of new
mains on street where paying 1 to
be done shortly. Most of the new pipe, 1
which Is of iron. Is being placed onJ
Important north side street There
nro 1888 feet of four-Inch pipe and 304
feet of six -Inch pipe, a total of 2102
feet. This, with elbowa, tecs, wyes,
and other connections, cost the depart -
jment $34 30.(1. Before the war the
, pipe could be purchased and laid In the
ground for what the pipe now costs
'alone, tho water department reported.
Tractors are subject
ed to tremendous wear
and tear, yet they must
be kept going all the
Gill Piston Rings will
add power to your mo
. tor, increase its effici
ciency, and save gas and
"oil. They pay for them
selves in a few months.
For Salff by
Club Has Xew Visitors' Kegisler
A new vlkltors- register bound In
purple suede leather and bearing the
emblem of the order and the name of
tho local lodge, was Installed at the
Elks Temple Saturday. The first
name In the new book is that of J. A.
i Murray, of this city, who holds mem
jbershlp In Eugene lodge No. 357. The
register displaced has given service for
the past six years. Its date of baptism
having been September 18, 1914.
George J. Burl, who belongs to Yaki
ma lodge No. 318 and Is now a travel
ing auditor for the O. W. H. & X. Co.,
was the first to sign In that book.
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PE.NDLLTOS'S UiAlflSV hlUi:
Men's and Young Men's ,
This is your opportunity to buy that
Suit or Overcoat you need at a big
Come in and look them over. We're
sure to please you in style and pattern.
Fit guaranteed. .
ALTERATIONS FREE '
$25.00, Reduced to $18.75
$27.50, Reduced to .......... . $20.65
$30.00, Reduced to ......... . . $22.50
$35.00, Reduced to $26.50
$37.50, Reduced to .......... . $23.75
$40.00, Reduced to . $30.00
$42.50, Reduced to $31.90
$45.00, Reduced to $33.75
$47.50, Reduced to $35.65
$50.00, Reduced to .... .... . . $37.50
$52.50, Reduced to . .-. . .". $39.40
$55.00, Reduced to $41.25
$57.50, Reduced to $43.15
$60.00, Reduced to ......... . . $45.00
$62.50, Reduced to $46.90
$65.00, Reduced to .......... . $43.75
$70.00, Reduced to $52.50
$72.50, Reduced to $5440
$75.00, Reduced to $56.25
$77.50, Reduced to .......... . $58.15
$80.00, Reduced to $60.00
$82.50, Reduced to $61.90 '
$85.00, Reduced to $63.75
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Lettuce, per head
Celery, per stalk ...
$1.10 to $1.25 pfer dozen
3 pounds for 25c
: 20c I H
- 50c I
Cauliflower, per head ,
Fresh Tomatoes, per pound ...
Fresh Cocoanuts, each
Grape Fruits (Florida) each
Looking Butter, pound
35c and 40c
Cross Section to to Made
Croa section of several city streets
which are shortly to be advertised for
paving, are to be made by the city en
gineer's department this week, provld-
1 .... ih. .'.nth., ranuin. nu It la tnHiiV
A crew woraing unuur r.iiKioevr r . n.
Hayes will make the preliminary esti
mates and grades for Thompson street,
Parkins avenue and Uruut street from
Washington to Wllaon, Washington
street from Perkins avenue to Grant
street and Turk street from court to
Turner. Grande street resolution is
ready to be presented to tho council
for the passage.
Ieturaing to V. S.
Joe Hallock, formei'ly of this city.
nnri n hmiher of Mrs. James "Welch
of Pendleton, will return to the United
States from China December 16, ac
cording to word received by his moth
er, Mrs. H. 'Hi. Hallock. Mr. Hallock
went to China to take charge of wire
less construction but was forced to I Ir.( Hallock was accompanied on the 1
abandon the work because of the trou- I trip to China by his wife. They will 1
ble between tyq factions in Canton, I icturn aboard the steamer Nile. ''
: Addition to Vaults Hone
Installation of nearly 600 new boxes
It. the sate deposit system of the Am
crican National Dank was completed
on .Saturday by safe experts from tho
Moslcr Safe Co., Portland branch. The
bank" now has 8t boxes of various
sizes In Its vault. A steel panel ceiling
and new lishts have been Installed
and at. the far end of the vault is a
full length plate glass minor. A new
cork tile floor has been laid. The sys
tem Includes eight larger vaults in
which customers of the bank having
boxes may plaeo their silverware and
other valuables for safo keeping when
they desire. The new boxes have
been several weeks In the Installation.
To Cure Cold in One Iy
Take Grove's LAXATIVE BUOMO
QUININE tablets. The genuine bears
the signature ot E. W. Grove. JOc.
Rub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without the dan
gers of "headache medicine," Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling
from colds cr congestion. And it acts at
once! Musterole is a clean, white oint
ment, made with oil of mustard. Better
than a mustard plaster and does not
blister. Used only externally, and in
no way can it affect stomach and heart,
as some internal medicines do.
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum
bago, all pains and aches of the back
or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises,
chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the
chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
3oc and 63c jars; hospital tiie $3.00
Are You Satisfied
If you are not satisfied with your present grocery
man or butcher, we would ask you to investigate this
little store. The fact that in six months we have
grown to one of the busiest stores in the city is a proof
that our service is A-No.-l and that our quality of
goods meets the satisfaction of our customers and
that the method of our business has given results.
Have your nias photos mad 1J
Ward we wil! take you tu your tome.
We handle U. S. Inspected Meats, a mark of qual-
Happy Home Groceries, the highest quality gro
ceries on the market:
"Tiie Table Supply"
Phone 187 and 18S 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
attach it tu any lamp sot-kctl
With tho Simplex tlcctrio
?.muowi itacimtor you can in.
itantly havo the radiant warmth
i me summer sun from
The lnvertctj cone-shaped J.
ictric heating element and tu
generoua siied reflector make
:his radiator not only the hol
iest and most cheerful but also
Iho inbst economical of them
all. It takes no more current to
operate than your electrlo Iron
J. L. VAUG1IAN