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DAILY EAST OREGONIAH, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 1, 1021.
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People Here and
Frank Prsstwood of t'tnutllla ij a
Jlotfll iiowmun guen loaay.
Frank GUIUand and a. W, Biicon
ore in the city from Pilot liook.
Mr. and Mr. Victor Johnson of 1-a
Grande nr visitor In the city,
P. II. Connor, who IdTn the O-W. It.
& N. service In up from Blunflfld to.
M. V. White, who 1 In thn Iioukp
building business, Im here from ller
John I Darker, well known Mi'ii
cliuinlle Is hern today from hi home
in the niounlainH.
Mr. and Mm. H. H. Ounn of Her-
minion ore now in the city, being;
jfiieKtH at the Hotel Pendleton for the
Carl R. Fraimeen, local tailor, left on
a late' train lout nldlit for Portland to
spend today and Sunday visiting; with
relative residing there.
Jo Ramon, who operate a farm a
mile eaxt of Echo, wa a business vis
itor In the city Friday. He had a mai
ler to' lake up with the county court,
anion other bttsines.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FfMTn KNT A Va nd ' 3 room A pi
S'I7 Aura. Phone !-'.
In appreciation of our pleasant re
lations in the past, we take this oppor
tunity to wish you a Happy and Pros
perous New Year. - k - - ,,'
Holding Your Wheat
What should the farmer do about his Income Tai re
turn 16 he Is holding hie Wheat until next year? By all
means open up books on the Inventory basis and make the
return showing wheat on fiand as Income this year. Do not"
let It go until next year and have a double shot of Income.
We will open up these books and keep them- for you.
This will save you money on your Income Tax. Jt will give
you a permanent business record. It will take the grief
out of your Income Tax. 1
Permission for making your return on the Inventory ba
sin must be secured from the Commissioner before Febru
ary Kith, 1S1.
Come In and let ns explain tide in detail.
Gosper Accounting Co.
. . The spirit of the season calls us to
a better appreciation of favors extend
ed and the value of your patronage1 in
the past. May the New Year bring
you and yours a full quota of Happi
ness and Prosperity.
if., J. Hlrrt Ik an Alhena visitor In
Ttlehnrd Rice, a eecond year student
at Culver Military Academy at Culver,
lnd., will leave to reiume hi studies
InnlKlU on No. IS. He ho been at
homo for the Christmas holiday.
Nat Kimball wan among; the Pen
dletonlumi who left for Portland on
Friday to witness th coming tif the
New Yeor In a metropolitan atmos
phere. Ife will be back on Monduy.
Jimmy Wilson, of Alexander's! de
partment store, left yesterday for
Heppner to nss the holiday with his
relative who reside there. He Is a
member of the Klks lodno at Heppner
and planned to take part In the dedi
cation of the lodge's new home.
Karl Srhntle, a cousin of Dr. Steph
en B. U PenroBe, preiildent of 'Whit
man college, . Walla Walla, arrived
here on Friday to be the house guest
over New Yeur' of Norborne Herkeley
Jr. Both are students at the , Walla
Walla Institution. They will return to
morrow evening to the neighboring
city together to resume their studies
after having enjoyed the holiday.
WIMi ItEKI'MEJ liEAimiUiHIP
NEW YUHK, .Ian. I. (A. P.) Bo
land said De Valera'e object In relum
ing vu to resume active lenderKhlp of
the "Irish provisional, government"
ond to press forward the cuune of the
Three month without a dollar In
fire Ions and two month without an
alarm being turned In are two out
standing; polnu In the record of Pen
dloton's fire-prevent Ion efficiency in
the year 1820. The total loss from
fire during the year waa 12.00, $7u
of whlrh wo auntalned In three fire.
.. February, June and November
panned without a dollar' loo from
fire. In Auust the six alarm that
were turned in resulted in only J5
loH. December had folir ulnrma unA
fll 25 in damage.
There were only 33 alarm during
19:10, a opposed to (4 for the year
previous. Both in the number
of alarm and In the Ion aun
talned, there wa a decrease, showing
that the continual fire prevention
propaganda sprend by Chief William
K, Riligold la having an effect for
Considerable new equipment wan
added to the department in the past
year. Including a aafety net. addition-
al hone and other appllnncen. The
year 121 will nee A npw fire truck
with a pumper plant, added to replace
tne present out-of-dale truck.
The record for the pant 12 months,
on taken from the fire chief official
report to the city recorder, are an fol
Month . ' Alarms.
July : 4.
September '. H
October ..' 3
Between Muv II. nn.l lniv a a
Hod of fit days, and between October
24 and December 9, a period of 46
days, there were no fire alarms turned
In to the Pendleton fire department
The trunks of llvln trees m v h
utilized at times In place of sending
and receiving antennae for radio appa
ratus. This will be of great benefit
to aerial forest firo patrol companies
In time of fire.
The business community of Ger
many believe that the Oerman fleet
betrayed the Fatherland and caused
Its ruin and consequently no German
trader or shipowner will employ for
mer naval officers, even those who
served on warships In the battle of
XEW COMMISSION nns
(Continued from page I.)
1. and Union High School district
Judge Schannep is secretary of PI
lot Rock Lodge No. 165 A. F. & A.
M.. Is a member of Damon Dodge
No. 4, Knlfrhts of Pythias of Pendle
ton and of the Pendleton Lodge,
aionern woodmen of America. He
and his family, consisting of Jlrs.
fcchannep and six children ore Enls
copallann in religious belief and are
members of the Church of the Re
deemer of Pendleton.
Native Of Missouri
I. M. Schannep was born near Ver
sailles. Morgan County, Missouri, Oct.
15. 1877, His father, was bnrn In
Ohio and his mother, Catherine Ly
nch, was born In Wilmington, Dela
ware. He was next to the youngest of
Ho became Interested In politics
and was secretary of the Republican
County Committee of Morgan County,
Missouri for several years.
Judge fchnnnep. was admitted to
the bar In April, l0 and has prac
ticed continuously since, most of the
time In VeTsnlllea, Missouri. In 1913
the family removed to San Diego,
Cal.. There they remained only one
yearv They came to Pendleton in Oct.
1915 and to Flint Hock In January.
1916, where Judge Schannep has since
Ho was county treasurer of Mor
gan County, Missouri, for a term,
upon completion of which he was ap
pointed by Ex-Governor Herbert S.
Hudley, as probate and Juvenile judge.
Ho served two years of an unexpired
term Just prior to coming West. When
he first came to Pendleton he had of
fices with Judge S. A. Lowell.
Bean Wn.n Tclcirruplicr
H. E. Bean is Just 4 4 years of ago
today, having first seen the light of
day, Jan. 1, 1S76, nt Virgil City, Mo.
Ho did not, like his colleague. Judge
Schannep, grow up a Mlssourlnn, but
when two years old went with his par
ents to lTnlonvlle, Mich. The died
when Mr. Bean was but three years
old and one of a family of 11 child
ren, His mother kept the family together
and not until he was IS years old did
he leave home. Ho did this to earn
his way through a telegraphy school
at Janesvllle Wis. He had been pro
vided by his widowed mother with a
good common school education and he
fitted himself to be an operator.
Mr. Bean followed railroad work
for several years, first with the Chi
cago and Northwestern nt Belle Tlalne
Wlndon nnd Elmore, Minn., and Cht
ppewa Falls, Wis. For nine years he
was station af,ent on the Great North
ern on the Duluth division and ter
minal operator on the'Northern Paci
fic nt Glendlve, Mont.
fnmo To Oregon In 1000
The new commissioner came to
Oregon In 1900 and was employed by
the old O. U. & N. us agent at East
Portland. Km was transferred to Mil
ton as agent In 1903 and from there
J went to Tekon, Wr.sh. He resigned
jand purchased the Freewater, Hard
'waro In 1910.
I In 1inJ H.l,lln nt Mm.,n h d
married to Miss Nellie Samlerson.
daughter of the late IX C Sanderson.
The Beans hove three children.
During- the past six year Mr, Bean
has eojMiVtccI a dtirly and alfalfa, io, I lodge theic end past ni;i der i f
ranch at t'maplne, speclalt'lug Injine (Irmme. Doring tho war b? wmh
high gr:u!i! milk cows. He ossiuted In a committee man for the various re
organising tiio Hudson Bay Coopers-i erty loan and clh'T war drives,
live ('rc.iioerv In 1914 nnd has slnc i -Judge hVhnnnep plans 10 icmove
been Us secn ti'iy and treasurer. Halt'i Pendleton to. reside during hisi
Is a member of the school board In
hns community, secretary of the I. O.
Wednesday, January 12
RETURN OF THE PERENNIAL FAVORITE
RICHARD WALTON TULLY PRESENTS
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A BIUlXr.WT CAST. WITH I I4HSI; K IKK KWIJ.I. AXI THE '
. . FA MOt'S M(.l; JIAU IIAS '
SIASSIVK W mi' PHOIH4TIOV HKVEAI,I; TIIK KX HTXO :U
ATMOSPIIKItK )!' THE HAWAII AX IKfcAMS
MII, 01C1IH.S A'OW NcoIh at Pt-opli-s WanlioiiM'. l-rtdny. .luniiary 7
I'RKIX $2.(MI, .5, $1.00 Wil'S TAX
.term but Mr. Bean wlll maintain at
y ' l.lr '" I
Effective with the publication of this
announcement, Willard Batteries will be
sold on a new and materially lower price
The same Willard quality backed by
the same authorized Willard Service.
Pendleton Battery Service Station
Cor. W. Court and Garden.
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Because In buying jewelry it is best to
trade with the old established firm (since
1 887) the years established Bhow that the
firm must be founded solidly.
Because We buy for cash and effect every
possible saving to pass tn to you. ,
Because Being the largest store in Tendle
ton, our assortment is larger and the stock
more completely representative of the best
Because Our prices are lower than usual.
Our policy of one price and that price in
plain figures allows you to make comparisons.
The Largest iamond Dealers in Eastern .
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