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DAILY EAST ORECOKIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,' MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1821.
News Notes of Pendleton '
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Jan. 17-18 Bflth Annual Na
tional Woolgrowers' Association
convention at Bait Lake City.
Jan, 18. Annual uiaatlfi of
Jan. . 18. Athlotlc meeting "
for .community organisation,
7:30, Commercial Association.
Jan. ig.--Amerlcan Legion
1 Jan. 19. Meeting and elec
tion, I'cndleton Ao Dealers.
'tax Collector Coming.
M. O. Payne and M. E. Gaffney, of
the Internal Kevenua Service of the
Treasury department, will be In Fend
It'ton February 14 to March 15, for
the purpose of rendering all assistance
possible to taxpayers In making out
1'oritier M.lion Man tm.
Winfleld Scott Mayberry, for" many
years a Miltnn resident, died recently
In Wolscr, Idaho, according to word
received here today, Mr. Mayberry,
oh was 64 years of age, wsa born
In Ohio. For 40 yeara he taught
school and trained the youth of many
sections along educational lines. Ho
was a member of the Maaonlo lndiia of
Milton and a highly respected citizen.
Me la survived by his wife, two dauith-
ters and mi son. Funeral services were
held at the family noma ami warn
In charge of the Masonic lodge. In
terment took place at Fan-view ceme-
tary, on the Oregon side.
ifn. Van IN'iiwn In Columbia. ,
Mrs. Kdlth d. VanDUesen Is In Col
umlJla today. Tomorrow she will
open a three day sewing school In
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SNOW WHITE is made from pure sulphite fi
bre and will be found to be the most cloth-like pa
per oji the market. '
SNOW WHITE is soluble in water and will not.
clog the drain pipe.
Large Size RolU, 8 for $1.00; 2 for 25c
Specify Snow White when ordering.
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Fxclianco Connects I loth Department)
KINK (UtOCHIUUS AM) MEATS
-loi loi loi loi loi loi loi loi loiT
Indian Fined for Drinking.
Harry Ijiton, a reservation Indian.
was fined (IS or seven days In jail
this morning In police court. He was
charged with being drunk and disor
Net! A Tiarkrr 111 lit rmln(oii.
Nell & Barker, who have operated
the Riverside garage for several mon
ths, announced today that tht-y. havi
purchased Lay's iarage, at Herm's
ton. They plan to remove their re
pair shop from the suburban loca
tion to McrmiHton tomorrow.
Traveling Salesman He-turning.
Traveling salemen are beginning to
appear In greater numbers In Pend
leton, say hotel mpn. With the middle
of January reached, business Is re
ported opening up and this morning
mora salesmen than for several weeks
were listed on local registers. ,
Hulloy pk-rwil Leaves.
Halley Pieinol, formerly a mem
ber of Troop D. First Oregon Cavalry,
has gone to Tacoma for hospital treat
ment. Plersol was gassed when the
Hermann high explosive gas hit shells
within the American lines. He Is a
brotner of Mrs. M. 8. Kern of this
Ixaves On Uiiying Trip.
Sirs. D. C. Brown, head of the lad
les ready to wear department at Alex
anders, left on STn. 18 Runday, for
(Chicago and New York City, on her
I annual buying trip. While east she
will purchase goods for spring and
fall delivery. She expects to, be ab
sent from the city a month or five
weeks. . , ,
The Nickles and Dimfcs
Have Reformed f
5 It actually seemed true that during the past
5 few years the purchasing power of Fifteen cents f
had shrunk until it did not amount to much. f
i They were folorn shopping companions unless
you had a pocket full. 1
S We have good news for you.
Fifteen cents has returned to its old time pro-
portions and is ready to lead a useful and busy
life, every bit as active as it ever was.
Be sure to look at our windows and see the
I many Kitchen Utensils that
15c WILL BUY.
1 The BEE HIVE
PayCash Pendleton's Variety Store Save Caih
Cigar Slot dost,
The cigar store which has been op
erated by Ram Nye and Roy Ward
since its purcahse from A. I Dunlap
& Sons, was closed today to make
room for an exclusive shoe store which
will be opened by the Nye-Ward Co.,
about Feb. IS in that location. Fix
tures were moved, out today and as
roon as possible the new store fix
tures will be Installed.
Actor Namer Xeal Hart Kliown.
A motion picture .being shown to
day at the Pastime theater is staring
a wild west actor named Neal Hart.
The late Emmett Bancroft, hanged for
the murder of Sheriff Til Taylor, had
assumed this name but spelled" the
first name Neil. Whether he got his
alias from the movies tvas never as
Bankruptcy Caao Closed.
The case of John Peebler, In bank.
ruptcy, was ordered closed by Judge
Thomas Fits Gerald today. The meet
ing of creditors was called for 10
o'clock but only Mr. Peebler and his
attorney appeared and the referee en
tered the order of closing and sent
it to the U, S. district court at Port
HEATFR OF NO
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I sctri nnm ' ' - -'
riRE POT ,
Universal Sioves &Fumaces
lYcrac-Olits ot IVarpd.
Farmers today were welcoming the
snow which fell Saturday night and
Sunday. It adds to the visible water
supply from the mountains when
spring comes and does no harm to
the growing winter wheat. Farmers
are not fearing any bad freese-outs
this winter because the ground has
been thoroughly soaked by the fall
and winter rains. The only danger
lrom frosts comes when the ground
Is dried out, they say. The fall of
snow In the higher altitudes was
considerably heavier than locally.
New Kr Workers Here.
Rev. Walter M. Irwin, director for
the state of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho Tor the New Era. movement,
delivered a sermon Sunday at the
First Presbyterlnn church in Pendle
ton and today at S o'clock is to be in
conference with the New Era leaders
of the local congregation. Rev. W.
H. Boddy. of Hood River, director for
the Eastern Oregon presbytrian of
he New Era movement, is expected
on No. 18 this afteftioon to take part
In .the, conference. Rev. Mr. Irwin
yesterday afternoon visited the mis
sion at Tutuilla.
BUY A BARREL OF
rEJlIjETON'8 LEADING TORK '
BUY A BARREL OF
Buy That Suit or
Prices revised to meet the new low
level. Highest standard of quality, new
est styles, finest workmanship and fit
Revised Price $16.63
Revised Price $18.35
Reyised Price $19.95
Revised Price $23.35
Revised Price $25.00
Revised Price . $26.65
Revised Price $28.33
Revised Price .............. $30.00
Revised Price $31.63
Revised Price .v.. $33.35
Revised Price $35.00
Revised Price ,. $3665
Revised' Price .............. $38.30
Revised Price $39.95
Revised Price .... . . $41.67
Revised Price $43.33
Revised .Price $46.65
Revised Price $48.25
Revised Price $49.93
Revised Price ...... . . . i . . . $31.67
Revised Price .... . . . . . . $53.35
Revised Price ........ L . . . . $55.00
Revised Price $36.65
MEN'S E. & W. SHIRTS J
Madras and Silk
M.00 Values, Price Revised 2 23
$.1.50 Values, lYice Revised A. 12.63
$4.00 Values, Price Revised $3.00
$4.50 Values, Price Revised . $3.38.
$5.00 Values, Price Revised '. $3.75
$6.00 Values, Irlee Revib-M $4.50
$6.50 Values, Price Revised , $4.88
$8.50 Values, Price Revised , $6.S8
$10.00 Values, Pri Revised i. $7.00
$11.00 Values, Price Revised $8.25
$ 12.541 Values, Price Revised $9.38
$13.50 Values, Price Revised $10.15
$15.00 Values, Price Revised $11.25
Prices Revised , '
MEN'S LEATHER VESTS, SHEEP SKIN COATS,
JIACKIN AWS AND VESTS. .
$12.50 Values, Price Revised ..... $.S8
$13.50 Values, Price Revised $10.13
$15.00 Values, Price Revised $11.25
$16.50 Values,, Price Revised... $13.13
$17.00 Values," Price Revised $14.85
$20.00 Values, Price -Revised . . '. $16.55
$22.50 Values, Price Revised $18.75
$27.50 Values, Price Revtu-d . . ." $20.65
the country to shoot rabbits at the the verse and horse were sold by train
Hosklns place at the mouth of Stage
Gulch. A big dinner will be a feature
of the day,
800 Rabbits Killed.
About 800 rabbits tfere shot yester
day by sportsmen who gathered at
the McCormmach place southwest of
Echo. Among the 100 men who
shotidered rifles to kill the long-eared
pests were James H. Estes, John
Vaughan, Sol llaum, Lee Caldwell,
Herman Rosenburg, and Guy Mat
look. Delegations were present from
Echho, Stanfield and other west-end
sections. A bountiful "feed was ser
ved during the day. For next Sun
day, Hoskins. Brothers, sheep men.
have Invited sportsmen from all over
A Ready-Cooked fijod
lunch or supper
Crisp granules of
wheat and malted
barley "sweet as a
nut" from special
'There's a Reason
At grocers everywhere
Itonnlninn MVc City.
Boardman, three year old town of
the Umatilla irrigation project, is
thriving, says J. C. Kuhns, supervisor
of the Umatilla National forest who
returned yesterday after offering sug
gestions for a tree planting program.
The town has a commercial club and
a good high school with manual train
ing department, cafeteria, etc., says
Mr. Kuhns. The people wish to plant
trees which will serve as windbreaks
and Mr. Kuhns suggested that they
plant poplars and locusts for this pur
butchers" over the country. Mr.
Hamilton iived here a number of
xeara, at one time as agent at the
Umatilla Indian Agency and later as
a farmer. He Is now superintendent of
ihe Oregon-Journal iiulldlng In Port
land, having lojig been a friend of
Col. C. S. Jackson, publisher of the
Journal, when both resided In Pendleton.
High School Resirea Pictures.
Pictures of Pendleton, its Industries
and Its chief products, will be very
suitable for the exhibit to be put on
by James John high school, at St.
Johns, a Portland suburb, according
to a letter received today by the Pend
leton Commercial Association from
Miss Grace Brewer Hestand, of the
school faculty. The pictures will be
sent by mail today. The school "wrote
last week asking for goAds to add to
display of Oregon . Industries and
products whichh will be given shortly.
George Hamilton Featured.
George V. Hamilton, formerly agent
for the O. W. R. & N. Co., hero and
later cashier of the Pendleton Sav
ings Pank and the American Nation
al Bank, ts featured In a full page
Mory In the magaslne section of the
Oregon Sunday Journal of Jan. IS.
Mr. 'Hamilton was author of tho first
freight way bill for through freight
east, ever shipped out of Portland.
The shipment was a mare that had
belonged to John Mulr, of Portland,
and with It Mr. Hamilton penned a
verse on "Tha Oregon Mare." This
later became famous and postcards ot
Athletic Meeting Called.
The first activity to be organized in
Pendleton under Community Service
leadership will be athletcis. - A meet
ing of all persons in the city inter
ested in the various branches of com
petitive athletics has been called by
R. E. Tucker, organiser, for Tuesday
night at 7:80 o'clock in the meeting
room of the Pendleton Commercial
Association. At that time efforts will
be made to outline a program of acti
vity for the remainder of the winter
and also Include plans for spring and
summer sports. The meeting, Mr.
Tucker said today, is open to the gen
eral public and all who are interested
In athletic activities are extended an
Invitation to come and help organize
Other meetings, along various lines
of community endeavor, iwll follow.
"Why does Cholly insist on taking
the stairs to the billiard room? He
won't use the elevator any more."
"He things he ought to do a little'
climbing. He's Joined an Alpine club.
Detroit News. ' 1 '
A BUILDING TONIC
I To those ol delicate con. I
stitution, young or old, I
is nourishment and iNi
tonic that builds up S?
the whole body. 4
Scott & Bowm. Blooafi.ld. N. J.
ALSO MAKERS OF
(Tablets or Granules)
Watch Our Pre-Inventory '
For the remainder of this month we can save you
money on peaches and apricots.
NIPPON BRAND APRICOTS AN PEACHES
3 Cans for $1.00 .
12 Cans for $3.95
Case (2 dozen) : $7.80
Easy Day and
15 for $1.00
VAN CAMP'S SOUPS
Vegetable, Clam Chow
der; Tomato, or Chick-
$1.45 per Doz.