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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1921)
News Notes of Pendleton
, CAIiKNDAll Or EVENTS
Jan. 25. Annual meotlng of
Jan. 27. Annual County
Farm Ilureitu meotlng and elec
tion of officers ut county library.
Jan. 28. Minn meeting for
community organization coun
Jan. 81, Circuit Court Jury
Feb. Ilnsketbull, Pendlo-
ton v. linker high school Kym.
Feb. 6. American Ijcgloii
Smoker Oregon theater.
Itoitnri-t'p Meeting Tuesday,
The uuiiuul meeting of the I'ondle
ton Hound-lTp board will be held
next Tuesday evening at tlio Com
mwclul Association rooms. The mect
litj wan twice postponed because of
the noM-ui'i Ival of the audltoni' report
mailu by Whltcomb Whitfield, accountants.
,!. I-.. Will Vn-i.
Local member of Christian En
deuvor societies are planning 'to at
tend the (.'. K. convention to be held
4ln Im. Oi anile, Fvbruury 4, E and 6.
The Christian and l'resbyterlun
ehurrhe are sponsoring the affair,
and Itov. George. U Clurk, pastor of
the local l'resbyterlun church, will
Kpeuk. lie In known uh "Oregon Kn
iteawreru' I'ncde George" and will be
In charge of the devotional ldo of the
convention, 15. 1',-Gntos, of lioston,
secretary of tlio 1,'nited Haclcty of
ChriHtlun KnileuvorH; 1'aul C Hiown
of Ixis Angeles, Intermediate C. K.
xecretury. and Miss Faya Hteln metis,
Oregon state president, will be among
the speaker. Hcveral nodal affairs
will bo the keynote of the convention.
BUY A BARREL OF
rENllETON8 IKAM.NU TOItK
BUY A BARREL OF
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Figs, Dates, Candied
Fresh shipment just received of
DROMEDARY DATES IN PACKAGES,
HALLO WIE DATES IN BULK.
Extra nice for salads or stuffing.
LAYER FIGS-WHITE FIGS,
CHERRIES AND ASSORTED FRUITS.
"We Serve You Better"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
phones ioi ,
(Private Eeliange Conner; lloth department)
FIVE tJlUCHIUES AM MEATS
Jim Kturela to IHimonstrato.
Jim Hturgls plans to try out a num
bor of forage crop on his liurnhurt
ranch, on' which many Improvements
are being tiiacla. (irtmm alfalfa will
lio tried out In comparison with
common and a dry land pasture mix
ture will be planted In one field. The
first Slender Wheat grass to be plant
ed In the county will be grown on the
Ilarnhari much. The grass resembles
closely the native bum n grass1. Mr.
Hturgls will also have a sunflower field
to fill the. ?!llo Vh .'nis to construct.
Sale of Men's
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Ask'"! to lie I'ollliourrr.
Henry J .Taylor, past grand master
for the Oddfellows lodge In Oregon,
today received a wire telling of the
death In Portland of ti. K. Crawshaw,
ulso a past grand master. Mr. Taylor
was asked to attend the funeral on
Monday a an honorary pallbearer.
Mr. C'rawshaw edited the Pacific
Oddfellow until a few months ago and
his death came because of advanced
years. For several years before re
moving to Portland Mr. Crawshaw re
sided In Astoria. Mr. Taylor was un
able to say today whether he would
go to Portland for the funeral.
The man who knows good
clothing will appreciate this op
portunity to . obtain our very
best quality wear at prices 1-3
less than they were originally
marked. Buy your suit or over
coat now at next spring's prices.
.$25.00, Reduced to
$27.50, Reduced to
Schools to bo Held.
Pruning schools similar to that held
at Freewater before Christmas will be
hold at Stanfield and Hermlston early
next month, according to announce
ment made by Fred Bennlnn, county
agent. On February 10, the Farm
Bureau will hold a demonstration at
itanfield which will bo followed that
j evening by a meeting of the fruit
! grower. On February 14, thuso who
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. nui-uuru uie ueiiiuiiiurauun unu lec
ture February 11 will meet for prae
tice In the Uarager orchard. A two I
jday pruning school Is to be held Joint-
j "3 lunula miu riermimuii rami I
Wureaus February. 11 and 12.
Fleischer's Knitting Worsted in two
ounce balls, all colors.
By the box of eight balls
I ' . , $3.25'
Has Pilgrim Halt Dollar.
A C. Koeppen of this city, ho re
celied some Pilgrim Tercentenary
half dollars that are of much inter-
es.. On one side of I he coin Is a pic
turc of (he Mayflower and on 'he
other side a bust of a Pilgrim father.
Mr. Koeppen secured the coins from
Uoston. He Is Informed that the cen
tenary assooiatl'on net something over
$100,000 from the sale of these coins
and Is wondering if the same plan
could not be worked In connection
with the electrical exposition to be
held In Portland in 1925. Mr. Koep
pen's Idea Is that the Portland expo
sltion use one half the coin and that
the other side be devoted to a Iiound
The BEE HIVE
S Pay Caih Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
Miss I'ol sum Chosen.
Miss Jean Folsom, a' former student
s'of the Pendleton high school, is one
Slot the seven girls of the Oregon Agri-
cultural college to lie pledged this
week to Delta Psl Kappa, women's
CI national honorary athletic sorority.
2 Two other former Pendleton girls.
pot n prominent In women's athletics
Siat O. A. C, Miss Alta Mentzcr nnd
S Miss Ita AgecfJ are charter members
Sor mis organization. Since its lnstal
Sjlation on the campus one year ago, all
Sglrls doing superior work in the de
Sipartment of physical education have
S een eligible to membership. Miss
Folsom who Is a member of Sigma
Kr.ppa sorority, is majoring In phy
sical education and In dancing. She is
frequently In demand to dance at en
tertainment and has a leading part
In "A Magic Weathervanc," a Dutch
pantomime which wil be presented at
tnc college Junuary 29.
THE HEATFR OF NO
EXTRA LARGE TOP
, FEED OPENI N3 tCgOS
. --e o wop2rS2
j a0 m fc. ;u ,i .i
:.ou, Keauceu 10
.n nn PoHuppri tn $.u
$35.00, Reduced to
$37.50, Reduced to
$40.00, Reduced to fJ-JJ
$42.50, Reduced to " f-
$45.00, Reduced to
$47.50, Reduced to
$50.00, Reduced to $37.50
$52.50, Reduced to , $39.40
$55.00, Reduced to
$57.50, Reduced to $43.15
$60.00, Reduced to $45.00
$62.50, Reduced to $46.90
$65.00, Reduced to ..... . $48.75
$70.00, Reduced to $52.50
$72.50, Reduced to $54.40
$75.00, Reduced to ...... $56.25
$77.50, Reduced to ...... $58.15
$80.00, Reduced to $60.00
S82.50, Reduced to $61.90
$85.00, Reduced to $63.75
Garden City last niBlit. Among vis
itors there were Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Taylor of Pendleton. Mr. Taylor, a
past grand master fori Oregon, was
among those called upon for an ad
dress. A. C. Moore, grand master for
Washington, and P.ev. R. A. . Atkins,
grand chaplain, were also present and
from Dayton that the altitude record
of 36,020 feet, accomplished by Major
Schroeder some time since, was made
possible by a supercharger and , a
,special fuel constituent.
The fuel component is a special
Yellowstone Trail as far aa Spokane,
and they were the first to cross the
Montana-Idaho Summit form the East.
'The trail was then open all the
way, the last portion to be opened be
ing between Seltest and Millan. The
cc-npound of the aniline series and isj'yellowstone Trail has been wonderful
added to the gasoline. Its purpose l jy improved each year. We have tried
Heard Store In Kcwlverslilit
The Jim Beard cash store, in the
Grltman block, yesterday went Into
receivership, the Portland Adjustment
Bureau taking churge. . He has assets
of about $9000 and liabilities of $12,
000. Beard also operates a store at
SHits Are l"aiiilnel.
Ten member of the rcndlcton Hoy
.m-ouis passed the first examination
last night nt a meeting in the county
unrary. me boys, who were asked
10 give tne scout laws, motto, salute
and explain the badire, are Norrls
uraiiam, Rupert Graham. Carl Hlne
hart. Wendell McMastcr, Hen Knight,
r.ugnne uray, Harold De Wilde, Floyd
Kowdyshcll, Louis Harthron and
.nunc n:v mencon. i nn four pa
trols, to consi.Kt of elcht mcmW
each, are filled to overflowing. Th(
patrols have been named Kagle, Hea
der, i oyote and Fox, respectively.
hi, i-uun u. anncusen was chosen
scout mother and will teach the bovs
out-door cookery. Dr. It. C. Ellsworth
scout loctor, Instructed the boys last
nignt ana n. is. Tucker led them in
community singing. Itev. J. M. Cor-
yenson. scout master, was In charge
oi me examinations.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Grove LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE tablets. The genuine bear
the signature of a W. Grove. 10c
Visit Walla Walla Dnnqiiot.
A banquet for 500 members of, the
Walla Walla Encampment, I. O. O.
F.. and their ladies, was given In the
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
Those little flecks from yourhead that
fall upon your clothing and spoil your
pleasure are dandruff scalp disorder.
Conquer It completely under money
back guarantee. L'se Kotalko. Amis-ingly-
quick, listing benefit reported by
legions of men, women, children. Save
your har! Get new hair. It Is possible
in many cases even after baldnnss abso
lutely proved. Remember KOTALKO
at any busy drug store. Watcb your
mirror! Show others this ndrerlufmmt.
Tomorrow Is Orijcr Sunday.
Tommorrow is designated as "Law
and (Jrder Sunday," and Is declared
by Governor Ben W. oleott to be
"worthy of the hearty consideration of
our people." The move is designed to
uphold and prepetuate the constitution
and is observed in many states of the
to remove the tendency to detonate
' and to permit the high compression
ratios provided by the super-charger.
I Ordinarily an airplane loses about
50 per cent of its power at 18,000 feet,
j due to lack of oxygen. With the super
charger the Liberty engine developed
' practically Its full horsepower at the
j hish altitude and only lost climbing
I speed because of the atmospheric pres-
' sure drop.
While It does not appear likely that
a supercharger can be applied satis
factorily to the automobile engine be
' cause of the fact that such devices
! have been found to reduce the fuel
: economy, there Is reason to believe
! that the invention of a firel constituent
; which will prevent detonating may
; lead to important developments with
I regard to the handling of low grade
House and Senate Bills Here j
Copies of all bills introduced Into the j
Oregon legislature are being received j
daily from the state-house at Salem
by Will H. Bennett, former state su-
perintendent of bunks. Mr. Bennett j
has placed the bills in files at his coun-
tcr in the Inland Empire bank aim
Nays that the tiubtio is welcome to i
come In during business hours and i
Iouk over the various measures as the) '
are presented In the senate and house.
AD MAN TRAVELS FROM
many trails, but have found that we
can make better time over the trail
mentioned. The dangers of the Pass
have been almost entirely eliminated,
and traffic, both by automobile and
truck, promises to be very heavy. The
wonderful improvement of roads
is making it as easy to go from
Chicago to Seattle as it Is to go from
Seattle to San Francisco.
"We find the service at the Bulck
stations along the road excellent. An
a matter af fact,' the tourist today i
given every consideration and a cord,
ui ahprcvpr h travels In the
West. Business men who have adopt
ed the automobile as the ideal way of
traveling, certainly appreciate tbta
'The trip was most delightful, nd
we reached our destination with the
feeling that we had gained greatly In
pleasure and in health on our business
lK-nl Students Honored .
Edwin Klrtlcy artd Arth.nr Rudd,
Pendleton boys attending tho Univer
sity of Oregon, have jlist been elected
to To-ko-lo, sophomore honor socicety.
aaccordlng to word received here
Both are prominent In the freshman
class this year. To-lui-lo Is one of two
honor societies for underclassmen and
it elects the most representative fresh
men in college from each organization
and a certain number from the unaf
filiated men. '
Masons to Mm In llul.or
An Eastern Oregon assembly for
Scottish liite Masons Is to be held In j trip were not delayed one minute with
Conducting a coast to coast business
with headquarters in Chicago is no
task vhen one has a dependable car,"
says H. P. Wilson of Chicago, who
controls his own advertising business
in the principal cities and travels ex
clusively by automobile.
Mr .Wilson is justly proud of the
performance of his car, an H-Six-45
Buick, which still has its original spark
plug and has been In use constantly
since its purcahse, on cross country
trips over roads of all descriptions.
"I haven't even had the valves
ground," said Mr. Wilson, "and it runs
like a charm. On it sescond trip to
Seattle, we averaged over two hunil.r
red miles a day, and throughout the
Income Tax & Audit Co.
J. W. WITHERELL
Income Tax Advisor, Public Accountant,
Systems Installed, Periodical Audits.
Cost Accountant ,
"PERSONAL SERVICE AND A DOL
LARS' WORTH FOR A DOLLAR."
American National Bank
, PENDLETON, OREGON. .. "
Baker next Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday, according to notice, received
here by local Masons. Initiation cere
monies for between 70 and 80 candi
dates from the fourth to thirty-second i
degree will be held. Baker Masons
will put on the work up to the nine
teenth degree and Portland members
will do the rest. Several Scottish Kite
Masons from Rcndlcton plan to attend
tho Baker meeting. j
car trouble. It may ne an interesting
feature that one of the tires contains
some of the Seattle air with which it
was filled last September when we left
Seattle for Chicago. Since then we
have visited Cleveland, Detroit and
many othef Eastern cities."
Mr. and .Mrs. Wilson came over tbpj
Shooters Will Meet Tonlglrt , ;
All local persons who desire to take
part in the rabbit shoot tomorrow at
the Hoskln's boys ranch near Stanfleld
have been asked to meet at ",:30 this
evening at Sol linirai a sporting goons
store In the Pendleton Hotel building
The Invitation to shoot come from
Charles Hoskins and persons need not
be members of the Kendleton Uod &
Gun Club in oitler to take part. The I
meeting tonight is to arrange for j
transportation for the crowd and to
learn who can take auto. j
VHY HAVE CATARRH;
.o Disagreeable to Yourself and An
SMX'inl Fuel Constituent
Of considerable interest to those
following the development of the In-
ternal combustion engine is the report
C;ttarrh is generally conceded to
be a constitutional disease. There
fore it requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla
which reaches every part of the
svstem by thoroughly purifying
and enriching the blood. This medi
cine removes the cause of the
trouble, which If not chocked may
'ead to more serious disease.
In ! years of use and tost Hood's
.-tarsaparilla ha relieved many
cises as told by voluntary letters of
commendation. Why not got a bot
tle today and give it a trial? It
combines economy and efficiency.
Keep Hood Pills on hand as a
We have some extra fine Apples at
62.25 per box. !
Fresh sea food in today.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY"
Phone 187 and 183
739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR