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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1921-
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Jan. 13-16 Oregon District
Attorney Convention, Portland.
Jan. 17-19 S6lh Annual Na
tional Woolgrowers' Association
convention at Bait Lake City.
Jan. IK. Annual tueetlsjc of
Jtfl5. 1 9. American Legion
School Will be llcl.l.
A sewing school will bo held Friday
at the office of Mr. Kdlth U. van-
Dousen, home demonstration agent.
The school will open at 9:30 a. m. and
women of the city have been usKca
Mm. Kbcrt I'onvakwt'lnx
Mrs. A. C. Kbert li on the road to
recovery after a very serious Illness.
She has been suffering from pneu
monia, 1 ,
Mlm ItoliU Kettirna
Minn Marie Itohb, nf the Holib Ileaii
ty Khop, returned thin morning after
a short visit In Portland.
SI Ism I'wIhk to be Here.
Miss Catherine Kwing, of the lied
i'hm will h In Pendleton Friday to
meet with tho social service ugencles
'of the city. Representatives of the
Hed Cross, Salvation Army, Assoeiai
;1 Charities and county court will
moot with Miss Ewlng and arrange
ment will be made for handling char
ity work by unified effort.
lioy OiHTUtetf I'imiii
Kobert Isaacs, on of Mr. and Mm.
William Isaacs, In convalescing at St.
Anthony' hospital. He was operated
on recently for tonsil and adenoids.
Treasury Certificate Issued.
.Local bank have been notified of
the new Issue of treasury certificate.
They will become available Jan. 16
and one Issue will run for three
three ,months, drawing 6 1-2 per
cent. The other Issue is to run nine
months and draw 6 2-4 percent..
-101101101101101-101 101 101 101 101-
FRM, JUICY APPLES
We have several of the Best Varieties of Wint
er Apple and every box carries the "101" guaran
tee. ' ' .
A large number now on display in our windows,
$2.45 to $3.50 per box.
' N OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT '
Just received, a new shipment of Freshly
MIDDLES, absolutely no bones 35c per pound
Straight Cod, boneless, 30c per pound package.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST'
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
I (Private Exchange. IVmneeia Iloth Departments)
FIXE ( KOCKUIKS A.D MEATS
-101 101 101 101 101101101101101101-
Hotels Hay Travel Is Light.
Hotel lobbied lack their usual live
ly aHpect these days, hotel men nay.
The high railroad rat en and January
ccalm In business circles are raid to bp
the cuuse. Traveling salesmen are
scarce and other persons appear lo
be curtailing travel to bare necessi
Mill Itiinning lull Shirt
Starting Monday, the Collins Flour
Mill went back to a 24-hour day with
a full crew of men, numbering between
2s and 30. Orders for domestic shlp-
rhent have been booked of late that are
expected to keep the mill operating on
this baHlH for Home time. About two
carloads of flour are being shipped
Itrownlow to llulld IIoum
Charlea Brownhnv today wan Issued
the first 1921 permit for the erection
of a dwelling. He plana to build him
Helf a home at the corner of Hush and
Wilson streets, on the north side, at a
cost of (5000. He is In the contract
ing buslne.HR and will supervise the
work. The home Is expected to be
completed by July 1.
: Mission Itrltlge ttotw Out.
, The south span of the t'matllla
county bridge across the river at Mis
sion is reported this morning to have
gone out and travel across it is Im
possible. The bridge experienced
trouble last spring and was repaired
by the county court but recent high
'waters are blamed for a second acci
dent to the structure.
Women's and Children's
The BEE HIVE
1 Pay Cash Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
THE HEATFR OF NO
EXTRA LARGE' tOP (!t.
FEED OPENING fftf
I . UPCEMICA jwMa.f
I SSSD nOOPef. - -- 7mA
vrftsesaf I i
til nivehsal Stoves &Fumaces MP
OUT EH BODY
New Station I Icing occupied.
Equipment for the new railroad sta
tion and offices at Rleth Is new being
moved In and the new quarters are to
be occupied In a day or two. The new
station is a half mile east of the main
portion of the town and Is a modern
wooden structure on concrete founda
tion, replacing the old box car station
which hRS been used since Rleth was
tinrilcn Roeds Arrive
A mail bag full of free garden seeds,
sent by QpngresKmad N. J. Sinnott, was
received today by the Rant Oregonlan
to be distributed to persona in Pen
dleton who desire them. A package
of the seeds will be given adults who
call for them as long as the supply
lasts. There are various seeds in the
assortment and the Bast Oregonlan
cannot guarantee to give callers any
special variety. First come, "first serv
ed will be the rule.
TuMin Street Grade Figured
A reasonable grade for the proposed
street over the Tustln street hill was
figyred out today by City Engineer F.
B. Hays. He found that the easiest
grade might be obtained hy following
the contour of the hill with a curved
street line. This however. Is cxpecten
to be tog costly. He also made crosa
section maps of a direct street. The
Improvement was asked for by res
idents of the south hill In a petition to
the council several weeks ago.
Banks Have Tax Illanks.
1-ocal banks have been supplied
with income tax blanks which they
say they will distribute to their custo
mers. The department of Internal
revenue is mailing to persons who
made a return last year blanks on
which to fill In their 1920 Income re
ports. The banks have form 1040.
which Is for Incomes of $5000 and
oven I'ersonB with a lesser income
use form 1040-A which blanks have
not been sent to the bankers.
rilnt Hrx-k IxMlge Visits
Fifty members of the Oddfollows
lodge from Pilot Hock motored to Pen
dleton last night to surprise tho local
lodge at Its regular weekly meeting.
The visitors brought baskets of goot;
east which were served as a suppei
following the regular Initiatory work.
The Pilot Rock degree team was given
the honor of initiating a class through
the first degree. The visit was In the
nature of a return compliment for ft
visit by the local lodge to the nearby
city about a month ago.
BUY A BARREL OF
BUY A BARREL OF
FENDLETON'S IKAIIU "TORR
Price Revision on Every
High Grade Men's
Suit and Overcoat
IN THE STORE
None reserved. At 33 1-2 percent less
price- Buy now and save money.
$25.00 Quality, Revised Price
$27.50 Quality, Revised Price
$27.50 Quality, Revised Price
$30.00 Quality, Revised Price
$35.00 Quality, Revised Price
$37.50 Quality, Revised Price
$40.00 Quality, Revised Price
$4250 Quality, Pvevised Price
$45.00 Quality, Revised Price
$47.50 QUahty, Revised Price ...
$50.00 Quality, Revised Price . .
$52.50 Quality, Revised Price '. .
$55.00 Quality, Revised Price . .
$57.50 Quality, Revised Price . .
$60.00 Quality, Revised Price...
$62.50 Quality, Revised Price .' ,
$65.00 Quality, Revised Price . .
$70.00 Quality, Revised Price . ,
$72.50 Quality, Revised Price . ,
$75.00 Quality, Revised Price . ,
$77.50 Quality, Revised Price .
$80.00 Quality, Revised Price .
$82.50 Quality, Revised Price .
$85.00 Quality, Revised Price .
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Price Revision on Men's
and Boys' Caps
(1.50 Jim's and Boys' Caps, Revised
Prii ". -10
$2.00 Mill's aul Hoys' Caps, Revised
$2.50 Men's and Hoys' C"a, Revised
$.00 Men's and Boys' Caps, Rcvihed
$3.50 Men's and Boys' Caps, Revised
$4.00 Men's anil IUijs' Caps, Revised
$4.50 Men's and Boys' Cops Revised
$5.00 Men's ami Hoys' Caps, Revised
Price . 3.75
Blue, stripe and khaki.
Price Revision $1.95
Men's Leather Vests,
Sheep Skin Coats, Macki
naws, and Vests.
$12.50 Values Price Revised $.M
$13.50 Value,, Price Revised . . . . ' . $10.15
$15.00 Values Price Revlsel . $11.25
I (1.50 Values, Price Revised $13.13
$17.00 Values, Pri Revised $14.95
$20.00 Values Price Revised $10.55
$22.50 Values, Price Revised $18.75
$27.50 Values, Price Revised $20.65j
Cotton, Kilk, I.isle ami Woolen.
allies, lri Revised
allies, Price Revised-
allies Prh-e Revised
allies Price Revised
allies lrice Revised
allies IViee Revised
Values, Prh-e RevLsed
Values lriee Revised
Values Price Revised . ,
Values, Price Revised ,
Values I 'rice Revised ,
. . 19c
i . 25c
. . 5c
. . 49c
. . 58c
. . 64c
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
Revised . . .
Revised . . .
Revised . . .
Revised . . .
Revised . . .
Revised . .
Revised . . .
Revised Prices '
r Boys' Underwear
Less 20 Percent.
Dress Gloves, Work Gloves and
Reduced 25 Per Cent
Trunks, Bags and Suit
$3.00 Quality, Price Revised $$.$$
$3.50 Quality, Price Revised "... $$
$4.00 Quality, Price Rev ised ........ $$.00
$4.50 Quality, Price Revised $J
$5.00 Quality, Prke Revised $3.7$
$6.00 Quality, Price Revised $4-50
$7.50 QualityPrice Revised $5.63
$10.00 Quality, Price Revised ....... $7.50
$12.50 Quality, Price Revised $.S8
$15.00 Quality. Price Revised $11.15
$17.50 Quality, Price Revised $13.13
$20.00 Quality. Price Revised $15.00
$22.50 Quality, Price Revised ...... $l.85
$25.00 Quality, Price Revised $18.75
$27.50 Quality, l'rlc-e Revised $20.(5
$30.00 Quality, Prk-c Revised $22.50
$32.50 Quality, Price Revised $24.38
$35.00 Quality, I Vice Revised $26.50
Men's E.&W. Shirts,
Madras and Silk.
$3.00 Values Price Revised $1.25
$3.50 Values Price Revised $2.63
$4.00 Values Irice Revised $3.00
$4.50 Values, Price Revised $3.38
$5.00 Values Price Revised $3.75
86.00 Values Price Revised $4.50
$6.50 Values Price Revised 34.88
$8.50 Values. IYice Revised " $6.38
H0.00 Values Prke Revised $7.00
$11.00 Values Price RevLsed $8.25
$12.50 Values Price Revised $.38
$13.50 Values, Price Revised 910.15
$15.00 Values, lrice Revised $11.25
Grant Smith Co. Crew Moves
The crew of laborers which has heen
employed by Grant Smith & Co., rail
road contractors, at Rleth for the past
four months, has completed its work
snd been moved to headquarters at
Portland. There were two steam sho
vels and two trains of dirt cars belong
ing; to the company, as well as various
other equipment for making the exten
sions to the rullroad yards, which were
also gathered up and moved. The fln-
iFhing touches to the yards are being
put ou now as all steel hfi heen lain
and connected up.
Pnvliijr Has Been Resumed
Paving has been resumed by the
Warren Construction Co., crew on
Mark street after a fortnight's delay
due to the cold, snow and rain over the
recent holiday period. The hot stuff
has been put on Mark trct this week
and the Improvement of this thorough
fare Is expected to be completed this
week. When Mark street is done, the
last of the streets under contract will
have been finished. It probably will
lie two months before further con
tracts are let and work can he begun
as the city engineer not only believes
that the weather will be unfavorable
for paving but that by waiting the con
tracts may he let at a lower figure.
Wool Prices Slightly Better
Wool prices appear to have a slight,
ly better tendency, according to Mac
Hoke, secretary for the Cunningham
Sheep Co., here. In Chicago recently
some quarter-blood wools sold at a
basis of 25 cents a pound, whereas ai
one time South American wool of this
oruila waa tin ln' flfl M Cents. Half-
blood fine wool brought around 37
cents in Chicago. There is little buy
ing of wools, however, Mr. Hoke said,
hut with, the price tending slightly
higher for the finer' grades of wool a
better feeling Is held here.' Coarse
wools are still In an unsettled condt
tlon, he said.
next week,. it was said here today. K.
G. Warner possibly will attend, and
Mac Hoke, secretary of the Oregon
Woolgrowers Association, may possibly
attend. Neither is certain that he will
Wool fjrowers May Attend
A few of the prominent wool grow
ers of this section may attend the 66th.
annual convention of the National
Woolgrowers' Association at Salt Lake
That' what this pair ru" nnwly
weds, Joseph Gousha, poet, and
Dawn Powelk poetess, say about
novelist Fanny Hunt's Idea of a
happy married l:fa. Fanny, you
remember, announced recently
hat she and her husband lived
tpart, seeing each other only oc
oaalonally. Well, Dawn and
Joneph tried it and It didn't work
and they were both miserable and
i. tow they're flat-bimt'vc in New
Men Move To Quarry
Employes on the road work being
done by the Warren Construction Co.
are moving Into a new rock quarry
about a half mile off the road, two
miles north of Weston. This morn
ing the company began the work of
paving BOO yards In the city of Athena.
By tonight the company will have
completted its paving contracts in Pendleton.
Mrs Fletcher Injured
Mrs. Hannah Kletcher, of ' Combs
Canyon, is convalescing at St. Anth.
ony's hospital after a somewhat aerl
ous accident which occurred while Mrm,
Fletcher was driving to her home from
Pendleton. The buggy, in striking ,
rut, overturned and Mrs. Fletcher was
thrown out. Her scalp was cut and
she was seriously bruised.
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the watte matter, impurities and
poisonous acids that cause nervous
ness, rheumatic pains, backache, Ian.
guidness, sore muscles, swollen
joints, stiffness, puSiness nnder the
eyes and other weakening symptoms.
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