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People Here and There
DAILY EAST OREGbNIAft, PENDtETOff, OftEGON. TUESDAY EVENING, DfiCiMBER 21, 1020.
C. O. Rlnehnrt left on thin morning'
train for Uuytun, Wash,, on u liurt
II. P. Whitman, cattle broker, bitIv
otl homo IIiIh morning from a business
trip to 1'urtlund. t
0. E. Wullcs, vice president unci
cashier of, the Inland Kinplro Hunk,
wa a homecoming passenger on IIiIh
morning' No. 24.
Olo Aurchu, special agent for tho
O. V. It. & N. Co., nt I'imitlllii, arriv
ed In town oil No. 24 this morning on
a busbies mission. 1
H. H. Iluldock, district highway
engineer with hcudu,uarter In Iji
Grande, returned there on thin morn
ing' train after upending the piwt
four day In I'endleton and CmatlUa
couty looking over state highway pro
jects, completed and projected.
Claud I'enlnnd councilman awl
transfer man, nay there 1 nt ill flu In
the air, hut In a milder form. Ho was
on the Htreet today for the firm time
since last Thursday, when ho wan ob
liged to confine himself to home and
the fireside for a few day. Ho Mill
feel weakened from the effect of hi
11 1 new).
of tho past two day, 8. V. Peterson
of Milton, who Is In town today, Bald.
In fact, the. weather at Milton Is milder
than In Pendleton, tho snowfall there
on Htinday and Monday having hardly
exceeded an Inch, Tho open fall has
bceti excellent Tor the fruit tree In
contrast to the extreme cold of 191!) I
when -many tree were killed. There
1 still unite a Jut of grain In the ware
house at Milton that has not been
sold by the farmer who grow wheat
In thut region, Mr. I'oterson said. He
tamo down by train for the first time
In several month, owlpg to the slip
pery condition of the highway due to
the snow and Ice. ' '
II. float,, benign patron saint of the
Quelle, is missing from his nook atop
tho refrigerator. VV. A. Ithodes, pro
prietor of lhe restaurant, denies that
someone got his goat and relate thai
Hill 1 being dry cleaned. With the
new year tho genial gentleman will
return; hi coat a oft and glossy as
In the long ago when On-LnFontalnc
brought him In from the fold to the
haunts of men.
Harry C. Kendall, president of
Clark, Kendall & Co., of Portland, ar
rived lure on this morning' train on
buslnes and later In the day went to
Stantlcld. He Is Interested In the con-
Fruit tree In inM Vnm Ilia Drainage District there.
vallev have not Buffered from the cnM
I. M. Schunncp, of Pilot Hock,
county Judge-elect, and member of his
family, motored In to tho city today
for somo Christmas shopping.
Hop Newport, of Hermlstson, Is In
the city on buslnes today. He la now
In charge of the construction business
which hi late father, Col If. a. New
Charles Kusscll, a senior at Oregon
Agricultural College, I ut home here
for the holidays. He wn a former
high school star in football and bas
ketball here and I active In athletic
Norborne Berkeley Jr., who I at
tending Whitman College at Walla
Walla, arrived home on thl morn
ing' train to spend hi Christmas va
cation with his parents. He 1 a fresh
man at Whitman.
iFJver since April, Arthur Coppock,
of Athena, has been a member of the
grand Jury. The dutie are not com
pleted yet, for on January 8 the grand
Jury ha bee m ailed to convene once
more. Mr. Coppock came to I'endle
Ion today on business.
PHONE rnim-O-NlNE FOR BETTER SERVICE
25c per lb.
WALNUTS, 3 LBS. FOR $1.00
These are new crop No. 1 soft shell California
OKAjNGIS 45c DOZEN
Larger Sizes in Proportion.
QUALITY FOR ECONOMY,
THE ECONOMY FOR QUALITY
Phone 409 .
Ie D. Drake, part owner of the
l:ast Orcgonlan and Astoria Evening
J.'udget, arrived thl morning from As
toria to be here with hi family over
Christmas. There ha been no snow
thu far at Astoria but it rains occa
sionally m that region, it 1 reported.
A bank failure In Glendale, Arizona,
recently caused the los of a conld
raho sum to Hev. W. H. Cox
pastor of the Baptist church of this
city. Mm Cox had been visiting rel
ative In Arizona, received the sum
for her transportation home but as she
wan quarantined for smallpox, she
linked It at Glendale. A few days
later the bank closed it door. Mrs
Cox mother and her brother, Ilev.
Northrop, lost their money In the
bank also. Rev. Cox sent more funds
recently and Mr. Cox will start for
Pendleton December 28.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
Ono Marriage Ucrnse Issued.
A marriage licence was issued by the
count v clerk today to Andrew Koskl
of Multnomah county, and Mrs. Jo
scphlne Juntunen, of I'endleton.
AitDMOUK, Oklii.. Dec. SI. (C.
P.) County Attorney lirown ha ad
mitted that alttorney for Clara Kmlth
Hamon had approached him on the
proposition of releasing the woman on
bonds in the evtuu she surrendered on
the charge of killing Jake Hamon,
multimillionaire oil king und politi
ilrown asserted that the attorneys
told hint they did not know Clara 11a-
tuon's whereabout. Drown believed
she has been instructed to surrender
within the next 24 or 36 hour. He
conversed over the telephone with a
'mysterious peron" in Muskogee who
said the woman had left her hiding
place, presumably In the vicinity of
HI Paso for Ardmore.
Parent Tell Intention.
KI, PAHO. Dec. 21. (A. P.) The
parent of Clara Smith said today she
would surrender and face the charge
in connection with the death of Jake
jwlf Buy Pearls ' l;
mm Judiciously 7-" ill
POUTI-AND, Ore. Dec. 21 (U. P.)
The eecretarie of etate of Califor
nia, Washington, Idaho and Oregon
are meeting hero today to consider
proposed meamire which would pro
vide uniform regulation for automo
bile and other motor vehicle engag
ed In iterstale traffic.
Tho measure adopted by the sec
retaries will be' submitted to the leg
islature of their atate at their bien
nial sesHions next month.
THE BOOK SHELF
1M3W1V3H1 snoaianoD mqj awN-o-anoj 3nohj
Have More Heat
1 With Less Coal
Arrested for I ji irony
Jack Cvbhart, of Mission, was
brought to the county Jail yesterday
afternoon by Sheriff Taylor on a war.
rant charging him with larceny by
IJociko Violator I in tl
, W. It. Grover. of Freewater, was fin
ed Jr. and costs ii Justice court at
I Adams on Monday afternoon. He was
S I charged with operating an auto with
sja license issued to another car. The
2 (arrest was made by Traffic Officer W,
Use Utah Coal, which is satisfying more people
1 B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
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l-'rltiully 'lrriMTt)r Suit riled
Suit mas filed in circuit court today
S'by Jane Puller against Halph Chaney
jet al., to have their share In nine lots
jilin Mllton and Freewater settled by the
S I court. ' Sale of the property and pay
Elnient of tho various amounts due is
5 1 also asked. 8. D. Peterson, of Milton,
rei-iug lilt? (JiumiUL III inc vusu.
MtH ' '
REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
. December 22th
COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
Solix-iti'd for It'l (Yogs
A man named Pratt was tried In the
Justice court at Milton today on a
vagrancy charge. Ho was arrested
charged with having solicited money
In Milton, representing himself to be
a lied Cross worker. He is alleged to
have pocketed tho money. District
Attorney H. I. Koator "went to Milton
on this morning' train to prosecute
tho case. 1
Colored Folk Slust Walt.
James Spencer and Mrs, Alice Car
lisle, colored folk, planned to spend
Christmas as man and wife and ap
peared Monday afternoon at tho coun
ty clerk's office to obtain their mar
riage license. The clerk found how-
I ever, that one of the parties had not
been divorced six months, as tho laws
of Oregon renulre. The time to not up
'until January IS. tlie decree of divorce
having been entered July 17, 1920.
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Candidate's Well Proarel
A recapitulation of the training hart
by each applicant for a state' teaching
certificate was made Saturday after
noon by County Superintendent W. W.
Green. Ho found the applicants tak
ing the examination to have had the
following preparaton: Two had three
years of high scool work, 10 had com-
pleted four years of high school, two
had had In addition to their high
'school, six weeks of summer normal
j school; three had attended summer
normal school for 12 weeks: three had
been to normal school one year; three
had been to normal school one and a
half year: two had two years of nor-
I mal school, two had been to college
two years and two had graduated from
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Card of Thanks
Ve wish to express our sincere ap
preciation to the many kind friends
for their sympathy and kindness
shown during our bereavement and
loss of our beloved daughter, Mamie,
also for the many beautiful floral of
MR. AND JHtS. M. KODKX
DR. C. II. DAI
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Rooms 21 and IS Smith-Crawford
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Cmntilla county library, statistic
for November 1920.
Itecistratioii of Header
Central, adult H
Branch, adult 81
Branch Juvenile ..i. ..... 57
Total 1S 16&
Central, adult 1568
Central, Juvenile 1st'
Branches, adult 2127
branches. Juvenile i"71
Rural school 51?
Books sent to rural school 182
Books snnt to branches 89
Books mended 176
Transient readers registered 7
26 meetings held at library, at
3 Sunday concerts 78
Bill, on hand Nov. 1, 1829 J35.16
Receipts from fines 26.SO
Expenses ; 24.26
Bal. on hand Dec. 1, 1920 3 ..2
Freewater ; 30?
Cmatllla ; ISO
Pilot Rock 53
Among tho latest accessions at the
County Library are tho following:
s New IM-try
Snssoon FMcture Show "A new
English poetic voice of incomparable
beuuty. Must be placed high In the
fellowship of soldier-poets."
Ynnlis A. E. F. Verse "The verse?
that make up this little book have all
been published In The Stars and
Stripes,' the official newspaper of the
American Expeditionary Forces. They
have come In from the field, the back
areas, tho ports; they have been writ
ten on the eve of battle; the men who
wrote some of them have paid the
great prlco. They aro the heart and
soul of the American Army in prance.
It la their only claim to distinction. It
Wilkinson New Voices "This booh
Is both critical and friendly. It is for
evorybody who wishes to know what
tho poets of today are thinking and
feeling, how they are saying what they
think and feel and why they say It in
these ways. Contemporary craftsman
ship and the several schools, radical
and conservative, are thoughtfully dis
cussed. Nearly two hundred poems by
tho best living poets of the English
language here and abroad are quoted
In full as Illustrative material."
Hralthwulte Anthology of magazine
verse for 1919. " '
Holdenstam Sweden's laureate.
Lowell Pictures of the floating
Mascfleld Roynard the fox.
Masters Starved rock.
O'Ncil The cobbler .in Willow
Walev 170 Chinese poems.
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"iillTS THAT LAST
Hland.'a Carolina farmer and one o!,a group photograph taken of the f;im
hi constituents, a new suit of clothes iiy stilt remaining on the Bland farm,
lor each additional child In his family, i While th photographer was working
Having presented thirteen suits, and : a buzzard cast its shadow on the
being recently notified to send the j ground. Bland was asked if he was
fourteenth. Hep. Small's retirement superstition.
from Congress on March 3. "No," he said, "I'm not afraid of
Email and Bland made their com-j Buzzards, but at first 1 thought the
pact a number of years ago when 'blame thing was a stork."
Small wa making a campaign speech j In tailing the children together for
at r.obersonville. near here. Bl-m.l j the photograph. Bland simply cupped
then had tewiuy children; he now j his hands and in a stentorian voice
has thirty-four. ' , . cried: 'Children." Result were im-
Twcnty-six of the thrity-four Blunu meuiate. vniiuien r.ppearea irom
children are living, and the present ! every direction. Some of the "child
Mrs. Bland, Bland's second wife, is j ren" were grown men and women,
the mother of nlnteen, nine of whom j others were barely able to toddle for
were born during the last ten years, j th, and one slill was being carried
Including one set of twins. Eighteen; In arms.
children still live at home, but Mrs. Bland says it no trouble to brin-j
Bland declurea she gets lonesome tip fifty children than it is to raiss
sometimes "because so many have ten."
gone away." ' ' ""After you pass," he says, " the old
Mr. snd Mrs. Bland rei-ently had er ones are a his he!p
The 'children "were not unusually
noisy, Bkind said, although "they
made considerable racket when four
teen were taken down together with
whooping cough." The Bland grocery
bill is equivalent to about J130 a
j week, although Bland produce a
j large part of his food, (in one occa
j sion he says he spent mcst of one
j niht computing the cost of keeping
: his family comfortable, hut that the
j figures reached . s ich alarming; pro
i portion?! he ir.ive itp the job.
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