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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1020.
STANFIELD BROS. SHIP
150 CATTLETO PASTURE
(Hunt. OrcBonliin Kppcliil.) ;
BTANFHJLD, Deo. 2 3. Ktunflclil
llrothura hiwe whipped in 150 head of
cattb to be fed at the Ivan Dunning
Mr. and Mm. K B. Severn nit woi
diiliiK ChilHttiiM Bliopilinii in ilvrinlx
Mm. ElUnbeth Connelly returned
Huturday from a three, weeks' visit
with her duughter, Aim. P. &. Nolloit
Dr. und Mrs. Alexander Iteid of
IInlne.ii will upend C'lirlHtmim with their
itoii-ln-law and duuirhter, Mr. and Mm
K. K. KveWtt.
A nuniltfr wan lnkin Into Ilia m.
lorle'i of Miiannry Tiifmhiy evening.
Min. Chcnlcr Dnpula Mill Hlnif at
Echo at midnight iiihhh ClirlmmuB pve.
Cuninilwiloiinr Dunning was In I'en-
dlut in thin week.
Mr. and Mrs. it, A. llolte motored to
Pendleton Friday to do C'IuihIiuhh
AmotiK the.ynmiK people who have
been uwuy to kcIiooI und have returned
for their C'hrihtiiiiiH vacation l Jnmeu
IliiKun from the U. of O,, Htuart liara
tOLr of I'l'llmiin. Wiisliinulmi. MImh
Jennie. Jii'KKinan and l.emio Colo of
Monii until, orpna I J vi mi Iiik, Jsutn
Martin nrul Miii'Knri-t J-f 1 1 of the O. A.
C. mid J'hlllp Faucctt of Whitman cjI-
Mm. Itnbert Starkweather van ill
rendition tho flint or the week,
Dalian DuipiIh of I'cndlcton spent
Hundaywlth his brother, Chester Du-piilH.
Mr. Henry 8t, Denle and daughter,
Dorelta of Iyn AnifelcH, but recently of
South America, In vlaltlng at tho home
of her couln, CheHter Dupui and Mi h.
Mid. C. A. llafcen returned home
Monday from Portland where she haa
been for medical aid.
Mrk F. U. Htuart and daughter, Mih.
If. C. Kerr wore chopping In Peiidle
I'M Morican w.ii in Pendleton t!fc
firm of the week.
Mr. and Mih. Jnmeu I1.' Ijmu will
upend ChrbmiaH in Yakima with rein
M i'M, Harry 11. Weel and children
were the uentn of friends in Hcrinls
J. F, Knlirnt has resinned hlH ponl
lion us city tnnrtihnl and will devote
hlx lime nt the OiihIh.
S J3S SKS SKS 52 S5i SBSSLt 75 IK 77
Mo or a TricyclG
. and keep them, in the open air.
COME. IN AND LOOK OVER OUR STOCK OF
; ; XMAS GOODS. . ;
' FCR THE GROWN-UPS 4
JJOW THE BACK PORCH IS INVADED.
K' it) UM,
CHIMES MAY BE GIFT STATE JUNIOR, CHAMBER
OF 0. A. C. SENIORS!
SAFETY RAZOR SETS
FOR THE CHILDREN s
BOXING GLOVES and
OKrXJOX AGUICL'LTOP.AL COL
l.lXiE, CorvalliH, Dee. 23. A et of
chimes,' a lonn-felt want at O. A. C,
is lielng BerloUBly conBidercd by - th
senior class a their parting gift to the
institution. This project would mean
the expenditure of a large surn of
money, and the cIohs of 1921 Would
only start the ball roiling, other sen
ior claBses contributing as they matri
culated. A Woman's league voted to turn
$200 over to the fund. This money is
lift from proceeds of tho girls' stunt
show of last year. Another Jluu was'
presented to the local Y, W. C. A. The
stunt chow will be held about March t
or 5 thU year, according to plans out
lined by Onicve Kerr, manager.
2 FOR 23c AND UP
Trade Supplied by
GILUAMi:il8 & BlRKOl'GHS
3 AGED WOMAN FOU!
W "ui ii in
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OREGON' AGRICrLTIJItAL COL
LEGE, Corvallis, Dec, 23. A success
ful and briliant future for the state
junior chamber of commerce is pre
dicted by 1'rof. E.. B. lmon of tlu
achool of commerce of the college.
Professor Lemon pointed out material
Improvements made in the last few ;
years, both locally and In other part j
of the stale. ,
"The primary purpose of. the Junior
chamber of commerce," says Profes
sor Lemon, "is to train it members,
as It Is generally assumed that before
long all of its young people will be
engaged directly or indirectly in bus
iness and will naturally be associated
with the chamber of commerce or com
mercial club, whichever it may be
Another purpose is to give service tc
tho community and the state. The
students arc in a position to give bet
ter service often than are older ones."
ED !N STREET
PAN FRAN'Cl.SCO, Dec. 23. (C. P.)
Attired only in a night robe, Mrs.
Ellen Adams' aged 75, was found early
yesterday lying In the. street. It was
found she was suffering a broken" leg
Police believe that the uged woman,
who was unable to explain her plight
had wandered into the street while
1 walking In her sleep, and was si ruck
by an automobileor that she fell from
XKW I'.M'KIt LAlXt'llEU.
OillCAGO. Dec. 23. (L. P.) The
.no rican Daily Standard, an evening
ilnt!;.' newspaper to be conducted
"a!fiig the principles of Christian
ity." has begun publication here with
a social Christmas edition . The stand
nrd made an editorial apiVal for the
support of thore who hwve beer
"clamoring for a clean newspaper, un
fcterecl. uiKun'.solled .edited for all
members of tho liolusehold." The pub
Ushers fctal Their first and sole cor.
stderntion wo:ild te "truth." Con
structive Is to be criph:.slzed and any
thing "tinged wnh suiaciousness or in
imical to the American home" is be
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