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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, jXnUARY 17, 1921.
OF UNITED STATES TO
; BE SETTLED FEB. 22
Horse Shoo Pitchers From All
Over Nation Will Meet at St.
Petersburg, Fla., to Settle
Supremacy in Game.
BT, PETKfKSHl'KG, Fla., Jan. 17.
(A. J'.) Hurnynrd irolf, nn iho sport
of pitching horse, nil om him come to
be popularly known, thriven In Flor
ida, which always linn been the nest amimlh nlmut the ihkh
of tho enthusiast!) of the tcame In win
tor. ItH supporters are looking for
ward to tho nutlonal championship
matches to lie held here Ix'KinnlnK on
WushliiKton'a birthday, February pi.
Charnplonii, ex-chuiniloti and would
be champions at' present are biiHy
pratlchiff und two dozen or ipore
court", arc kept runnlnii here from
mornlinc till nlKhl. The champion-1
ship matches will attract crack pitch- j
em from all parts of tho county.
The horse-shoe pitchers have devel
oped the km me to a hlnh doKreo. The
eiiulpment of a flrHt class park in
cludes a IoiIko or club house for keep,
lug the horse shoes, a small hund
laundry to, waidi and' dry towelH for
iino of the players during the progress
of matches, hydrants of runniiin wu
ler for the? players to wash their
hands after handling the shoes which
sink deeply Into the soft earth uliout
the pens, a raker to cep the earth
durlnic , the
matchos, and a small blacksmith shop
to keep tho shoes and peps In first
class condition us Ihe game Is rough
Tho courts require o pitching dist
ance of 3(1 feet. A mulch of two men
Is called tho walking name us the
pluyers walk back und forth from peg
to peg during the progress of the
mutch. In a four-muu- match the
i.rorH play p:itneis and remain In
their places at the ends of the court.
m tne tourneys SO points constitute
a game, while. In ordinary contests 21
points Is tlie total required by the
winner. A "ringer'' count three
points, Tho horse shoes weigh about
two and a half pounds each. They
are regulation horse shoes which have ,
nevor been used on horses. Many ,
funs carry their own shoes and be-j
stow on them the same, euro thut a ,
golfer does on his clubs. I
Has a Cold.
QUALITY SERVICE SANITATION
Received daily from Attalia, every egg guar
anteed to be tresh laid,
ninrr. niiniMirnn mr
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Fancy Cauliflower, Head Lettuce, Fresh
Bunch Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Radishes direct
from Imperial Valley, California, assuring you
fresh produce every morning. ,
Pendleton Trading Co.
' -' Phon 455 '
-If It's on the Market We Have It"
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C'HtVALMH, fire., Jan. 17. fA. P.)
Honors In intercollegiate swimming
corneals are expected to be won this
spring by the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege swimming team which will in
clude three champions, Lewis K. Kuo
hn, Clarence Plnkston and Locke
Webster. Kuehn and Plnkston won
j events at tho Antwerp gamis last
, "Iilek'' H.itherford, who formerly
; had charge of the municipal tanks
I at St. !ouls has been engaged to
j eftch the Aggies' swimming team,
i Kutherford is considered an expert
j ' I'viiKtroctlon of a new lank on the
! O. A. C. Campus here will be finished
'in March. It is expeetefl. The tank
-III be f.o by 100 feet, with white
' tiling on the sides and bottom.
INJURIES FROM HOCKEY
GAME RESULTS IN DEATH
OF PHILADELPHIA YOUTH
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 17. (A. P.I
Livingston Paul, 22, member of a
prominent Philadelphia family, died
today as a result of injuries received
veKterdav in nn lee hockey match.
fl . We Eay .
30 Years to Learn How
The churningof margarin f romnuts and
fat-freed milk requires highest skill and
long experience which can best be
gained by making creamery butter.The
Jroces9 is practically the sn me, with nut
at replacing butter fat. Flavor comes
from the same source from scientifi
cally "ripened" milk.
Thus the man who has, learned how to
make the sweetest creamery butter,
knows how to put the same sweetness
into .nut butter. This man is A. E.
Hoffman, a butter expert with 30
years' experience, who supervises the
production of every pound of Troco
We have built Mrr Hoffman a new
plant of white tile and concrete, the
last word ku modern food .plant con
struction. All the elaborate equipment
required by modern food experts is at
his command. Every sanitary condi
tion is perfect.
Churned from coconuts
and fat-freed milk
Mr. Hoffman makes Troco Nut Butter
from snowy fat, extracted from the
white meat of coconuts. This is churned
with twice pasteurized, fat-freed milk.
This pure nut fat is as nutritious as
butter fat. It is highly nutritive very
digestible and easily assimilated. When
considering food value, remember that
hcallhy tropic races live on coconuts.
Mr. Hoffman develops the same flavor
in Troco Nut Butter which made his
butter so famous. This flavor delights
and surprises every new user, as your
trial pound will prove.
The principal difference is IS to
40 cents a pound
The principal differen6e between
Troco Nut Butter and the finest cream
cry butter is 15 to 40 cents a pound.
Flavor and food value are the same.
But you don't have to skimp and save
because of the high price.
Fats are essential foods necessary to
health, as war times proved in foreign
countries. You get this health fat in
its easily digested and assimilated form
when you eat Troco Nut Butter.
Instead of wondering if what we say
here caa be true, just mail in the cou
pon for the trial order. We will mail
you an order good for one pound. .
TROCO NUT BUTTER COMPANY. Chicago
' ' DUtrlbuted by
GUlanders & Burroughs, Inc.
Hold Ikmitum Hldg. Plume 511 ,
Mail this coupon to the Troco
' Nut Butter Co. Don't take it
to your grocer. We.will cnd
you n order good on any
dealer lor a pound of Troco. ,
Ha will bill It to us. Accept
this free offer and learn how
aweet Troco is and how well
you will lik it. Then you
will always use It. Only one
pound to family.
Mail This Coupon
To tha Troco Nut Butter Co. Don't Uke It to your grocer
T TROCO NUT BUTTER CO.
lieSJ j! 37th und linn sts t'lllC.VCO
s I! Mail me an order on mv eroccr or any
jf tji grocer for a free pound of Troco, i
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YOU CAN'T BEAR to sec your
baby tranjjlinfi and 6tru(J?.liniJ
with croup, or an older child in
'the paroxysms of whooping1 cough,
or tunering with n diilrcnir coup.h thai (trains
snd fscki the whole body rn eo-culisd
"common cold" often doe. Nciiher can a
careful mothvr bear to g:ve a child a medicine
which ihc fesri may contain morphine, ch!oro
form or other harmlil drugs. Vutunatelj', th
proDicm u solved lor such mothers Dy
Honey and Tar
It is just what children ought to
have for feverish colds, coughs, "snut
fle," and thai tight, wheezi.ig breath
ing. Il tlopi croup, too. It eaici and checks
whooping cough, mcailei cough tad bron
. Cctc'iil Father Tells What It Did
W. E. Curnr. 130 Cp 6lh St . Evsnrvflle, Ind.. wri'Mi
"I hava littl girl S ytn who Iim iooi desl bf
trnvbl with Cro jp. I haUSi lejr's Honry mi Tr
Compound, aivir.g it to hr accordiri to d:r?-lia od
obuininf matcnt rliet for her. My wilo r,d 1 jm It
whenover bolhrrod with a iud cold or cwiib. Mod 1 will
cay tfett it if the bctt rtr.edy lor c bad oid, cough,
Uiuat troublt or croup (hot 1 ever ua,"
Parents who uie Foley's Honey snd Tsr
know it it safe and no harm will come eren
if an overdote should be given by accident.
It taetes good and children iiV.e it. It won't
upiet the delicate atomai'hs of young children.
delicate pereoos or elderly people.
2232 Pairs of Men's
bought at the new price levels which
U about 50 cent? on the-dollar of the
Men's Work Pants 82.45, $2.95, $3.45,
Men's Work l'ants, extra heavy $4.50
Men's Dress Pants $3.45, $4.50, $4.95
We have your size.
745 Main St.
or football to be played l,ecn tho
I'niveinlty u'. C'arlfurnia and Htanford ,
I'niversity here Nivemler 19, 1921. I
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. (A. P.) Chi
cago's first kIx fay Mcyclci rae in
aeveral years was started last nlsht
with 12 teams conteKting for a purse
aggregating -120,000. ,
Half a dozon' nations are repre
sented. Ruv Katon.' member of the
Champions WhO Enter Bat-1 tam which won the New York race,
T iirVita "Hs I'uueu vim rreooie run. j-.rnesi
o Kockler, western amateur champion,
mnde his first professional epiear-
New York's Main Draff Still
Champion Over Boxing j
tie Under Its White
SPOKANE BOWLERS K
OLYMPIC CM B T'ISn,KHM
SJAP.T TOWtNKY TOMOUIIOW
SAN FHANCISCO, Jan. 17. (A. P.)
Kn tries closed here today for tha
fiiympic Club's annual amateur wrest -Mn
championship tournament to te
held January and 1. John Hau
rus, the "WlnKed t" wrestling instruc
tor, will have charge of the meet.
Severn! crack Stanford I'niversity anil
Cnlversity of California wrestlers ar
oxpectert to compete.
with Charley Osteritter
NKW YOliK.- Jan. 17. (Hy Henry
I. Karrell, L'nited Press Staff Corre
spondent) Proadway ia an unde
feated champon. . ;CT oftiii CIATCO !UIMI
Every countrv has Its Broadway and 1 nvl- VJ,X" ' '-' 1
'''n'old'lner'rem'rkcd once- ' F'RST RACES UNDER
"You can flulit the bright linhts for; PROFESSIONAL AUSPICES
a while, hut your 'eyes can't hold out. j
It'll gel you in the Jong run." j 1'AVL. Jan. 17. fA. P.) Mak-
The late victim of the "great white lins his debut as a profcRsional, Kver
way" is little Jack Sharkey. jut McUowan. St Paul international
- Within a stono's throw of America's amnti nr Kkatin? champion, defeated
most noted playground he Leaan his j orval Haptie of Philadeljihia In three
career and within a stone's throw of i fast races Sunday.
that limit winding trail he seems to ! '
have ended It. i STAV""t" '-VTS HKftl'l-XT
In one year, the little Italinn waif j rOTt FALL FOOTIlAI.Ii SKVTS
from the tenemental of the west KideT SXANlKjKU , VNIVKKS?ITY, Cul..
rose from ohscurity to a place within j Jan. 17. (A. P.) Fear that tickels
an inch of fame and fortune. In the jmiaht l e gone later iaused one foot
ahort space of a few.months he fell. ball fan to write several days aso re-
Pharkey wasn't heard of until he '.serving two tickets for the "hig game'
broke through in that characteristic '
lay of the ring and heat Jimmy Wilde.
world a flyweight champion anil one
of the greatest little men in the his
tory of the rmg. (
Slmrkey ISose liuidly.
Fortune umiled on him. The value
of his services in the ring rose to
thousands of dollars. He fought his
way through the hnritamwofght ranks
until tho chance for a fling at the
championship rested between himself
and Joe Inch.
Their first fight in Madison Square
Garden went down with some of the
greatest liouts of all times. It ended
in a fair draw. Ijttle Sharkey jthat
uight looked like a sure champion.
Ho got 110.000 for that fight. Rais
ed in poverty, deprived of an educa
tion in the struggle for a livelihood,
he found the door open to everything
(hal had been lacking in his life.
Flattered by his "hangers, on" he
tought with a free purse to acquire
that empty name of a "good fellow."
He was told, he was so good he did
not have to tiein. And he didn't.
Then came his second meeting with
Lynch, a boy who lived within earshot
of the noise of Broadway, but who was
too wise to get any closer.
l ynch Put Him i)v.
Shark ey was knocked out and lost
the opportunity fur the championship
which Lynch took advantage of and
Then tame another chance and he
was' knocked out again by Hoy Jloore
of St. Paul, a boy who would have
been a chopping block fur him a few
Sharkey is only a youngster of 22.
Maylie he has learned? -Maybe he can
come back ? He has indomitable cour
age and the heart of. a fighter. Per
haps he will get down to the life of
sacrifice that a ring champion has to
follow? He Is in Hot Springs now
taking the baths.
SPOKANE, Jan. 17. (A. P.) The
I'pstairs Price quintet representing
jpdkane defeated the Portland team
, on the local alleys today by a score
of 4i!6 to 4S07 for tne live games
played. Spokane took the frrt focr
Sanies and lost the fifth. The last i
halt of the series will tie roled at
Pi-rtland next Sunday.
Apw over throat and chest
swallow small pieces of
On 17 AfiBlim Ian CW Yearh,
Rub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without the dan
gers of "headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling
from colds or congestion. And it acts at
once! Musterole is a clean, white oint
ment, made with oi! of mustard. Better
than a mustard plaster and does not
blister. Used only externally, and in
no way can it affect stomach and heart,
as some internal medicines do.
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, i'-im-bsgo,
ail pains and aches of the back
or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises,
chilblains, fiasted feet, colds of the
ch!st (it often prevents pneumonia).
Zx and txk jar:; hospital siae $3.00
SHIGHESTL'R S FILL?
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I.RltoI Aftkydur UntcrlAfc fnr M.
vMMM.wr lMMtMond tin
TO J TK 110 fll4
Holding Your Wheat
What should the farmer do about hi3 wheat?
By all means open up books on the Inventory Basis
and make the return showing wheat on hand as in
come for 1920. 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.
It will give you a permanent business record. I,t will t
take the grief out of you Income Tax.
A Treasury Decision dated Dec. 27th, 1920, and
just received, permits the farmer to make his return
on the Inventory Basis. He may also go-back and
make adjusted returns for past years on the Inven
tory Basis. This will be an advantage to the average
Come in and let us explain this in detail.
Cosper Accounting Co.
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.MOSTOW, Idaho, Jan. 17. (A. I'.)
Training tahh has been opened for
tho basketball squad of the I'nlver
sity of Idaho here this year.
BLACK BLOOD IN VEINS
OF HARVARD TRACK DUO
CANCELS VIRGINIA TRIP
Oi'i'Ronlnii, Pendleton, OrcRoii,
t'HAltl.OTTKSVILLK, Va., Jan.
IT. (A, im The track meet
Wtnvoen Hai'Mird and Viruinia
has been called off. Just be-
fore siuiiins: tho final contract
the Harvard graduate niana-
Kor. it Is said, informed lr.
Lambeth of the Virginia fucul-
ty that two of his best men
had neniM blood In their voiua
and that it was deemed advis-
able to biins tho sipTad south
A. C. Koeppcn &Bros.
llu- Itnijr Store That Simvcs
In Price, Workmanship and Promptness
Job Printing Department,
when you patronize The East Oregonian
I Conroy's Cash Grocery
1 PAY CASH AND BUY FOR LESS. fj
j Desi Creamery Butter, lb. ...,53c S
Crisco, 6lbs . . $1.35
Lard No. 3, 75c! No. 5, $1.23; No. 10, $2.23
Red Mex. Beans, 11 lbs. :,$1.00
Crystal White Soap, 11 bars '. . . $1.00
Flour, 49 lb. Pack $2.G0; barrel ......... $10.20
Best Crepe Toiiet Paper, 4 for i3c
Eastern Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack 50c
Hils Blue Coffee, 1 lb. 33c; 3 lbs $1.03
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for 23c
Hills Red Coffee 1 lb. 50c; 5 lbs. r. . $2.40
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