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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1921.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Deo. 28-31. Annual mcstinf
O. S. T. A., Portland.
Jun. 3. Behool reopen,
Jan. S Grand Jury oonvenes.
Jun. S. Jackson Day banquet
and meeting of Oregon demo-
Jan. 10. Farm Bureau
ration meeti, Portland.
Jan. 10 January term of cir
cuit court convened.
Jan. 18. Annual meetlrj of
Glee Club Will VIhI.
Harper Joy In Pendleton yester
Uay in advance of the Whitman Col
lege Men's (lice Club, which will ap
pear hero March 24 under the auspices
of the Pendleton high school.
Dr. and Mr. Croup Iteturn.
lr. und MrH. Floyd Croup returned
last night from Walja Walla where
they huve been for the pant week.
They were culled by the death of Mr.
Croup's father, O. J. Croup.
I let urns to Mull Wullu.
I'urdy Cornnllson. eon of Rev. J. M.
Cornollson, of the Tutuilla Indian Mis
sion, returned yeHterday. to Walla
Wnllu, after spending the holiday
with lila father, and him uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mm F. M. Purdy, of the
L'niutlllu Indian ARency. t,
rirwt DulldliiK Penult IhkiimI. . -
The city recorder today Issued the
first building permit of the year, 1921.
H. H. Copelund was issued a permit to
add a porch to his dwelling at 304
Garden street at a coot of 150.
Ji'iM 14-fa'Hiin III
Jens Kricson Is a patient ut 81. An
thony's hiiKpllal. Ho Ih suffering from
Wood poisoning In the left hand. Tha
inrection la the result of a slight
scraicn in the palm of his hand.
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WHITE POULTRY FARM EGGS
65c PER DOZEN.
We have the exclusive selling agency in
Pendleton of a large Washington Poultry
We absolutely guarantee these eggs to be
the very best obtainable. NO EXCEPTIONS.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
Priat Fta-hance Comieeix limli ftoparunenU)
. FINE ( JtOCEltltS AND MUITS
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Itudy Tnnnler Buy shop
Rudy Tannier, auto repair man, to
day announced the purchase of the
repair nhop which has )ecn operated
by John Leuer at G18 Willow street.
Mr, Tannier will move his business t
me new location tomorrow.
Two Take Work as Pages
Two candidates wero given the work
In the Page rank last ntuhtaby Damon
lodge No. 4, Knights of Pythian. Fol
lowing the work, aeml-officlal reports
were made on the ChrlHtmas tree for
the poor held a week ago Mondaj
night. , , ,
llo Alarm Systun lBt by Wind.
Peiyileton a telegraph fire alarm
system was out of commission for. sev
eral hours during the night and early
Monday' on account of damage from
wind. Tha system was restored to nor
mal this morning, chief Rlngold re
ported. It went out about 2:45 a. m.
Clasw.it to Oiien
January 24 has been named at the
opening date for the second semester
In the four Pendleton grade schools
and on that date new classes for be
ginners, or first grade pupils, will be
I organised. Children six years old or
who will be six by Murch 1 will be
eligible for these classes.
Prices That Convince
5 Boys' Sweaters and Sweater Coats, choice 97c
jjj Girls' and Misses' Knit Bloomers, choice 67c
Boys' Outing Flannel Night Gowns, choice ....69c
5 Wash Boards (Silver Queen) at 39c
5 Regular $2.98 aluminum ware, at $1.89
Cotton flannel gloves, 2 pair lor 25c
g "- Children's hose, priced from 15c to 45c
5 White cups and saucers 25c
I Clean Easy Laundry Soap, 4 bars 25c
E . All of our Ladies' and Children's underwear has
5 been reduced just one-half in price.
Start the year right by paying cash. You will
I The BEE HIVE
I Py Ch Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
Kindergarten Will Open.
Miss Beth Smith will open her kin
dergarten at the Field School next
Monday, January 10. The school is in
Its second year, having been opened by
Miss .Sinlih lant year after her grad
uation from the National Kindergart
en School In Chicago. The hours for
the school are from S a. m. to 12 noon.
Return to College.
The past week-end marked the re
turn of several Pendleton young men
to college after spending the holidays
at home. Among them were Lloyd
Montgomery, Allen McLaln and low
ell Stockman, who returned to O. A.
C; Thomas Murphy. Ned Strahorn,
Hubert Smith, Uoyd McRae, Edwin
Kirtley and Arthur Rudd.
ICqulpntnit Is Kent,
A second load of equipment from
the Walla Walla office of the forest
service arrived here today. The
equipment ts to be used In the forest
service office here, as the Walla Wal
la office is closed and the Pendleton
of flcS ts. headquarters for the I'matil
la National Forest, with which the
former Wenaha forest Is united.
Ml Meloy on Jaeully
Miss Kathleen Meloy yesterday took
up her duties as head of the commer-
cat department In the Pendleton hlgn
school, succeeding E. O. Draper who
resigned to become head of the book
keeping department at The Peoples'
Warehouse. Miss Meloy is a graduate
of p. A. C. She Is making her home
with Rev. and Mrs. o. L. Clarke at the
THE HEATFR OF NO
EXTRA LARGE T0P6tJM
FEED OPENING JtTflS-.
i mil a r ivff:iK. .jw
PI RE POT
Universal Stoves &Fumaces,
I-j Mayor Veteran in Servkw.
John Vaughan, whose term as may
or expired with the coming of this
year. Is now a private citizen after !1
years in harness for the city. He
gave aevon years as a member of the
old Pondleton fire department and lat
er was ch'cf of the fire fighters for
seven years. During the past seven
years he was councilman for five years
and mayor for two years. His service
'vas not continuous, however, for he
was -il.Mt-.t from Pendleton for about
three cars. :
Wpxton to Have) Mo-tlng
Stevens lodge, Knights of Pythias.
at Weston, Is planning a special Initia
tion and banquet on Wednesday even
ing, according to word reaching mem
bers of the order In Pendleton. An In-1
vltatlon to attend has been extended
them and probably three of four autos
will carry local delegates. A class of
eight former service men from Weston
will Iks given work in the Esquire and
Knight ranks by the Weston degree
team, which is said to be one of the
best drilled in the country. A banquet
will follow the work.
High Water at Itivcrsklr.
The high water at Riverside Is de
scribed by residents as the worst flood
slnco that which occurred In 1906.
There Is three feet of wuter In the
basement of the J. It. Porter residence,
and a gasoline engine ts employed to
pump tho water out. Five or six
acres of tho Porter property are un
der water. The residence of Alex
Manning is Biirrounded by water and
here is several inches of water on the
land owned ). W. Lassen. Many
barnyard fowls owned by Itivcsidc
residents perished In the flood. The
water Is lowering somen hut today.
rENUl.KTO.VS LFAII.U TOKK
OUR JANUARY WHITE SALE is on in full blast. Buy your White Goods needs
now and save. PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT DEEP and it's to your advantage to make
your purchases now. Every thing white is now placed on a new low price level Come
' . January White Sale
25c Quality, White Sale.
35c Quality, White Sale...
50c Quality, White Sale...
65c Quality, White Sale...
75c Quality, White Sale...
85c Quality, White Sale...
$1.00 Quality, White Sale..
$1.25 Quality, White Sale.
$1.50 Quality, White Sale.,
January White Sale
50o Quality, White Knlc
0."c Quality, White Sale
75c Quality. White Sale ,
85o Quality, White Sale i
$1.00 Quality, White Sale
$1.23 Quality, White Sale
1.30 Quality, White Sale
. . flCc
. . 74c
. . SC
January White Sale
LACE CURTAINS $1.00 PAIR
Values up to $3.50 Pair.
Prices Cut Deep
$2.50 Quality, January White Sale...
$3.00 Quality) January White Sale. . .
$3.50 Quality, January White Sale. . .
$4.00 Quality, January White Sale. .
$5.00 Quality, January White Sale. .
$6.00 Quality, January White Sale. . .
$6.tO Quality, January White Sale. . .
$7.00 Quality, January White Sale...
$8.50 Quality, January White Sale. . .
$10.00 Quality, January White Sale. .
$11.50 Quality, January White Sale. .
$12.50 Quality, January White Sale..
$13.50 Uuality. January White Sale.
$15.00 Quality, January White Sale. $10.75
116.50 Quality. January White Sale. 811.85
$18.50 Quality, January White' Sale. $13.50
$20.00 Quality, January White Sale. $14.75
$22.50 Quality January White Sale. $15.85
$23.00 Quality) January White Sale. $18.00
$27.30 Quality, January White Sale. $20.00
$30.00 Quality, January White Sale. $23.50
$35.00 Quality, January White Sale. $28.00
$40.00 Quality, January White Sale. $31.93
Towels of all kinds. Muck Towels. Turk
Ish TnweK Linen Towrls Cotton Towels.
25c Quality, January White Sale 18c
30c Quality, January Whito Sale 24c
85c Quality, January Wliito Sale 20c
40c Quality, January White Sale Sic
50c Quality, January White Sale 88c
65c Quality, January White Sale 4c
75c Quality, January White Sale 58e
85c Quality. January White Sale 67c
$1.00 Quality. January White Sale 78c
81.23 Quality, January White sale 98c
$1.30 Quullty, January White Sale... $1.17
January White Sale
ONE LOT EMBROIDERY
January White Sale
ONE LOT NECKWEAR
January White Sale '
CURTAIN SCRIMS AND
; NETS v...'
65c Quality, White Sale 49c
75c Quality. White Sale SHc
81.00 Quality, White Sale '. .". ; 78c
$1.25 Quality, White Sale . . .. , 95c
$1.50 Quality, White Sale . . $1.15
$2.00 Quality, White Sale ... $1.39
$2.30 Quality. White Sale $1.83
83.00 Quality. White Sale $2.25
$3.50 Quality, White Sale $2.49
$2.40 Quality, January While Sale... $1.85
$2.50 Quality. January White Sale... 81.95
$3.O0-$3.25 Quality, Jan. White Sale. . $2.25
One Lot White Washable Kid
Lace Shoes: '
Snialtx $15.00 quality wasJi kid light welt
sole. l,onis heel, to close out ai d.uu
We ran dye these black or a dark Drown
January White Sale
Laces and Embroidery ;
5c Quality, January Whte Sale 4c
e Quality, January White Sale , .. 8c
10c Quality, January White Sale , 7c
12 l-2c Quality, January White Sale.,. $c
15c Quality, January White Sale....... lie
25c Quality, January White Sale. 17c
30c Quality, January White Sale - 21c
33c Quality, January White Sale 26c
50c Quality, January White Sale. ..... S7C
65c Quality, January White Sale...... 4c
73c Quality, January White Sale. -. . 3c
83c Quality, January White Sale 78c
$1.00 Quality, January White Sale. . . . . 78c '
$1.25 Quality, January White Sale.... 93c
$1.50 Quality, January White Sale. ... $1.18
$1.75 Quality, January White Sale. . . $1.29
$2.00 Quality, January White Sale... $1.38
$2.50 Quality, January While Sale. . . $1.83,
$3.00 Quality, January White Sale. . . $2.10
$3.50 Quality, January White Sale. . . $2.38
$4.00 Quality, January White Sale... $2.93
January White Sale
Women's and Children's
Winter Underwear .
BUY NOW AND SAVE.
73c Quality, January White Sale..'.... 69c
83c Quality. January White Sale v. 89c
81.00 Quality, January White Kale...... 79o
81.25 Quality. January White Sale. . .. . 98e
$1.50 Quality, January White Sale... $1.21
$2.00 Quality, January White Sale. ., $1.48
(2.25 Quality. January White Sale... $1.83
$2.50 Quality. January White Sale, y $1.95
$3.90 Quality, January White Sale. . $2.33
$3.50 Quality, January White Sale.. $2.80
$4.00 Quality, January White Sate.- $.1.13
$5.00 Quality, January White Sale.. $3.93
$6.00 Quality, January White Kale. St. HO
$6.50 Quality, January White Sale.. $3.13
$7.50 Quality, January White Sale. . 83.9ft
8.0 Quality, January W1lte Salg.-..$6:3f .
$8.50 Quality, January White Sale. ."$6.80 '
January White Sale '
VOILES v v
50c Quality, WTiite Sale. ,
65c Quality, White Sale.,
75c Quality, WTiite Sale.,
$1.00 Quality, White Sale,
l To Cure a Cold In One Day ? ! Vv
J. ll.iIvMes In Host.
Jumps H. Kstes, local real estate
man who Is president of the Umatilla
County Heully Association, entertained
Pendleton realty men at a luncheon at
E-lks- club yesterday. Other guests of
Mr. Estes were James Johns, Jr.,
James If. Owlnn, James Sturglg and
John I Vaughan. Following; the
uncheon, tho realty men discussed
community and clvlo development and
nterestlrur talks were given by Mr. j
Vaughan, Mr. Estes, Mr. Johns and Mr
Sturgis. The local men are making
plans for a really luncheon in Tendle
ton, January 17, at which time real es
tate men from various parts of the
county will be guests of the local men.
The organisation consists of about 30 I
members but a membership campaign
Is to be launched with a view to broad
ening the scope of the association. The
luncheon will be the Initial step in the
campaign. The local men plan to
moet once a month or oftener for
luncheon and wetting.
Misa 1 In ley Ilcfeign9.
Miss Claire Ralc.v, for the past scv.
eral years telegraph and society editor ;
for the East Oregonlan, has rcsigneu
her position. A new employe will ar
rive soon to take over the duties ot
thn telcurauh desk, while Miss 'Elsie
Fltzmaurico will act aR society editor
In addition to her duties ns news re
KuUroad Man lu Bankruptcy.
John Pecbler, who Is employed by
O. W. R. N. Co., at Hicth, has been
adjudged a bankrupt In tho U. S. court
ot Portlund. Kotico of his cuso was
received today by Judge Thomas Fits
Gerald referee in bankruptcy, who set
January 17 as the date for the meet
ing of his creditors. Pecbler lists his
liabilities as $1378 In unsecured
claims. His assets arc exempt houo-
hold goods, listed ut 1173. ill.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Groves LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE tablets. The genuine bca,rt
the signature of E. W. Grove. 10c.
Adv. . , .
Committee May Walt "
Willard Bond, chairman of tho new
city council's police committee, is re
ported ill nt hix home today. A meet
ing of tho police committee, set for
this Rfternoon, it was thought might
have to be postponed. Tho committee
planned to get together to consider
the matter of selecting a candidate for
chief of police to offer to the coun
cil at Its meeting tomorrow nisht.
lingliicer lias long Abstract.
City lEiiglneer F. B. Hayes today Is
checking the descriptions on an ab
stract of the right of way for the Pen
dleton Water Commission's pipe line
from Chaplish Springs to the city res
ervoir. The abstract, which was pre
pared by the Hartman Abstract Co.,
contains 602 typewritten pages. Maps
and blue prints of the system have to
be consulted In order to ascertain that
tho descriptions of the right of way
are Uutod correctly.
I.OVKS IlKK COWS .VXD CHICKENS
"I have had stomacah trouble for
twenty years and for the past year
have eaten nothing but stale bread
and drank hot water. Was too weak
to do any kind of work. Six weeks
ago f took the first dose of Mayr's I
Wonderful Remedy and am now doing
all my housework bescldcs looking
after my chickens and milking two
cows every day. Xtlne has been a won
derful recovery." It is a simple, harm
less preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal
tract and allays the Inflammation
which causes practically all stomacn
liver and Intestinal ailments, Includ
ing appendicitis. One dose will con
vince or money refunded. Druggist?
everywhere. - 1
With-the opening of a new year's business the
Tabic Supply is determined to give satisfaction to its
many customers. We are resolved as follows:
Be quick to kick
If things secnr wrong,
But kick to us;
And make it strong.
To make things right
Gives us delight.
If we are wrong
And you are right.
"IIig Table Supply"
Phone 187 nd 183 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
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