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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1921)
DAILY EAST ORECONIA, PENDLETON, OS.ECOTT, THURSDAY EVENING, FEEr.UAr.Y 10, 1021.
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People Here and There
Ted 'horrlcr, Hi'llx farmer, win
among the business visitors from that
section In l'endletoit Uiiiuy.
Wade Blue, who huu boen In I'cnillc
ton as the guest of iIh sister, Mrs. :.
O. Draper, and Mm mother, Mrs. 8. A.
nine, left yesterday morning for a
vinlt to apokuno and Ureal Kalis. Mr.
Blue In chief Km In Inspector for tho
J'ort of Astoria and during hi visit
here he conferred with local grain
li 5 . . J- - . IL.
rt.KMI.VQ tonight, Oregon Theatre,
Hln against the Holy Choxt Free.
John Vert, well known ciipltnlltrt and tending a meeting of tho directum of
furmor, relnrnod to I'cndlcton IuhI
evening aftor a business vlnit to I'oit.
land und the count cities.
tho l'aclflc Stales Mro Insurance Co.
Curt. Kupcrs, rancher und olV. man
woh a passenger to I'ondloton on the
mornings Northern l'aclflc train from
Ma ranch ut Apex station, beyond
; Manuel Fricdly,, founrllmnn and
school director, wan a homecoming
passenger from 'Portland laMt night on
No. 4. He wan In tho metropolis at.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
, 409 I
Onions, 25 pounds for .. $1.00 g
Mountain Spuds, per sack $1.75
Coffee, pound .' 25c
Apples, per box $1.50 2
Best Bacon, pound 40c j
Hams, pound , 33c
Eggs, strictly fresh, dozen 50c g
The Economy Grocery
113W.Vebb Phone 409
Reliable Service C
PHONE FOUR-OrNINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
8, I). PotorHon, Milton attorney,
a business visitor In the city today.
T. M. Jordan, of Portland, traveling
agent for tho Chicago and North
weHtcrn Hnllvftiy, with headquarter
In Portland, Ik In tho clly today ac
quainting himself with Pendleton Ijiih
lne.HH men. Ie la adding Kustern Ore
gon an far as ltuker to hln territory.
O. W. It. & X. railroad officials In
Pendleton hiHt evening Included A.
W. Perlcy, fuel expert, who arrived
hero from a trip over tho Washington
division, und M. J. Duckies', superin
tendent, who was here to look after
tho Walla Walla branch where Wild
horse has threatened due to recent
Declares There's Nothing Quite
Like Howard's Itattcrniilk Cream
for Beautifying the Complexion
Tlits good looking (iiiiicr womiin tells
till wood driiif ami department Mores
nut to tulic anyone's money onlos
HiIh delightful new vanishing
(ream iilcl; fy hIiom'h a dc.
' cldnl iiiiproieniont
The first application of Howard's
Huttermilk Cream will astonish yon,
It create beauty almost like niafilc.
The most wonderful thing about It In
the fact that whilst It turns the dull
est, most lifeless complexion to radiant
beuuty and makes red or rough hands
or arms snowy white, yet there Is not
the slightest sign of Its use alter appli
cation, it actually vanishes from sight
and the most heated atmosphere will
not produce the least shlniness or
gieusineKii of the skin.
No matter whether you aro troubled
with a poor complexion, wrinkles,
pufflness around the eyes, freckles,
crows feet or lines around the mouth,
ugly finger nails, or just a simple
roughness of the face, hands or arms
caused by wind or sun, you will find
that any or nil of theso troubles will
quickly disappear with the use of How
ard's IJutlermilk Cream. ,
To prove this to your complete satis
faction, get a small quantity to-day at
any first class toilet .goods counte
with the understanding that they will
freely return tho purchase money to
any dissatisfied uner.
Important lieauty specialists
throughout the country who aro now
''King and recommending Huttermllk
Cream claim that after a massage with
this wonderful cream many a woman
looks years youn.ifer.
l lro Offli iMfs Su.d bj-'lliidd
i Charles II. ltudd late Wednesday
filed with the county clerk a suit
against W. K. Itlnnold. fire chief, ak-
Ing for a writ or mandamus and other
relief In Connection with the recent
granting of a permit by tho fire chief
und fire committee of the city council
to I. It. Johnson to erect a wooden
building at 206 West Webb street. He
allege a conspiracy between the flic
chief, the committee,' consisting of Joe
Ell, Manuol Friedly -and Claud Pen
land and John Vaughan, then mayor
of Pendleton, to grant thl permit In
violation of tho firo ordinances of the
city. Mr. Hudd formerly occupied a
building at that address but his build
ing waa moved out and a new one
erected. He requested the council to
' revoke theermit but recently by mo
tion of Chairman KM the request was
denied. Mr. Itudd i hi own attorney
In tho case, his first filed since being
admitted to the bar.
day. There will be a dinner, talks,
motion pictures and other features,
tho card said.
Imvld liorne Given Judgment.
David Home today was given Judg
ment against James liarnhart for
335 and costs. The case was settled
would, dante. This is for grangers
Also on tho next meeting night, a
delegate to the state grange will be
elected and it is thought a degree team
will bo organized. On Friday night
meeting, K. H. Parkcf, Irene Hoon,
Marjory FranM, undllr. and Mrs. J.
Miller were initiated Into the Grange.
W. ID. Weathers who lies serious,
ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.
K. Jones is not expected to recover ano
Circuit Court Trying Divorce.
The circuit court todav is busv trv-
ring divorce eases, po other business , hi death Is expected at any time as
navuig ueveiopcu 10 require tne at- ne I most or me time unconscious
lenuon oi uio court, iiewaru near
logs aro expected tp be on tl docket
WHEAT CONTINUES TO
ADVANCE AT CHICAGO
i:i)l CATKIN Ij
One Minute on
It is easy to nogtect the teeth. Business in
terests, dread of the supposed ordeal, the fact
that decay is a Blow process, all help keep you
away from the dentist. You are prone to put off
your visit on one pretext or another until the af
fliction becomes acute. This is wrong. Your
dentist and yourself are in partnership to save
your teeth your health. He stands ready to do
his part; yet you avoid him as long as you can,
although it is certain that periodical visits and
1'H'per attention would prevent every painful
of eration nnd rvt far better results than is pos
sible in the latter stages. i
Consultation I'rwy Gircu In all . , ,
'I. Tear In Pendleton.
Phone r07 - Honrs Tajlor Hardware Itldg.
Ovit S A. M. to 5 J. M. I'einlb-ton, Ore.
The Hub Appoiulnuiits to mil you
Frecwater Slivllng Aiiiiouncol.
Invitation to a big meeting of the
Kroewater Parent Teachers Associ
ation thero on Monday evening at
o'clock was received at the offico of
the countv school superintendent to-
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's" Best Laxative-
Accept California" Syrup of Figs
only look for tho name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver, and bowels. Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
bottle. You .must say "California."
Wheat continued lis advance today,
a sharp increaso being noticeable in
the March wheat which closed at 51. 57
3-S, as contrasted with yesterday's
closing of J1.62, while May wheat' clos
ed at Jl.5"4, yesterday's closing Ire
Following are the quotation from
Ovcrbet k & Cooke, Ics-al brokers: '
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Friday and Saturday Specials
WE ARE GIVING YOU THESE SPECIALS ON GROCERIES TO HELP YOU
LOWER THE COST OF YOUR LIVING. GROCERIES WE OFFER YOU ARE ALL
GUARANTEED TO BE A GOOD QUALITY OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED.
WITH EVERY ORDER OF $10.00 WE WILL GIVE 5 PER CENT TRADE DIS
COUNT, EXCEPT SUGAR BY SACK.
We have a few brooms
value $1.25., Special
7 cans Snow Peak. ...$1.00
5 cans Preferred
6 cans Weber Valley
4 cans Monopole
4 cans Preferred
Bulk English Breakfast,
per pound 25c
Hills Blue Label, Jap,
L'askct Fired, per pound ...50c
9 pounds Gats ! 65c
9 pounds Corn Meal. ...45c
9 lbs. Graham Flour.. 65c
9 pounds Farina 75c
9 pounds Flour .....65c
11 pounds $1.00
100 pounds ...1. $9.00
RICE ' '
12 pounds Jap $1.00
8 pounds Head $1.00
16 lbs. Small .Whito..$l. 00
11 pounds Pink $1.00
9 pounds Lima $1.00
10 Bars Crystal White
Eggs, guaranteed fresh, dox. -Ilk!
liutter, Hold Crest, 2 lbs.. .Sl.n.l
10 cans Hebe Milk '"
7' earyj Carnations Sl.'KI
With every order of 10.00 In
groceries we will give 5 per cent
trade discount, except sugar by
the suck!. . , ' I '
7oans Standard . . . .v. ; . .l.00
4 cans Monopole .. . . , A . .S1.INI
4 cans P. S. Corn .$1.00
1 gallon light 5c
1 gallon dark hoo
1-Hullon Liberty Pell . ;.$I05
1 gallon Tea Harden l.3
1 gal. (lobien Marsh mallow $1.25
1 pound best 16c
10 pound box $1.40
7 packages Corn Flakes . .$1.00
7 package Puff Wheat. . .SUM)
7 packages Post Toasties. .SI.I10
3"puckagcs Oiils, Oly $1.00
3 pkages Cream of Wheat SS1.M
2 pound pall . : . . .4"Mt
;l pounds ("risen J"1"
4 Carnation Khori onlng 7.V
4 -Snow Drift .::..'.'. Sl.
Xo. 5 Holly Ulld Sl.2.1
6 pound Swifts 1.40
.Mr. Weathers is past seventy years of
The Presbyterian Ladles Aid met
Thursday afternoon at tho borne Of
Mrs. W. W. Philippi. There was a
large attendance who enjoyed a deli
cious lunch served by the hostess. Mrs.
Caldwell will Kerve a dinner next
Thursday to all wishing to attend. At
the meeting in the afternoon, Mrs.
Kdith VanUcuscn will addre.s the la
dies and talk to them on the subject
of hats or millinery. On March 2 and
3 a millinery school will be held and
1'mapino ladieswlll make hats for
them.selves. On this coming Friday.
Mrs. VanDeusen will also assist ladies
in sewin? and all are requested to
make sottje garment on that day. Mrs.
Van Deusen Is the county demonstra
Dorranco Spencer underwent a min
or operation at the hospital in Walla
Walla last week.
Miss Dorothy Leroux visited her
cousin Miss Vola Leroux last week.
Miss Leroux is from Walla Walla.
Mrs. John Leroux is in Walla Walla
this week at the bedside of her daugh-i
ter-in-law who underwent an opera
tion at Ht. Mary's hospital this week.
Last Wednesday Mrs. Claude Beale
and Mrs. J. D. Kirk entertained about
40 ladies of Vmnpine at a hhower for
I Mrs. Charlie Workman. During the
afternoon contests were held and Mrs.
Floyd Goodman and Mrs. J. P. Cald
I well were lucky winners of appropriate
prizes. Refreshments were served. In
the evening the Odd fellows held a
similar event at the lodge and it re
ported a very successful affair.
The newly elected directors of the
Hudson Bay Co-operalivo creamery
held their first meeting on Monday
evening at Umapine with D. O. Saund
."is retiring president In the chair. The
.officers for this year aro as follows,
U'resident W. O. Wlsenor; vice presi
dent, C. W. Records; secretary-treasur-
or, J. P. Caldwell, and members A. A.
I Hixbv and Wm. F. (gentry. At the re
quest of li. K. Bean the nut-going pec
' " j rotary, Mr. Caldwell and William 5en-
r.MAPlNE, Feb. 10. The Hudson try were appointed to audit the secre
Pnv Crnntro held its regular meeting tary's books with Mr. Bean.
on Frday night with about 80 In atten. Business of interest during the
rtanee. Dnrinir tin. lecture hour, a evening Included the raising of the
girls' trio and Mrs. J. D. Hurrah sang, ! butter makers salary (Jens Therkild
after which the "Tattler" was rend-j sen) to $1S5 per month, less house
which chronicles all the doings of the ! rent and the reducing of tho socre-
Rome, .315 4.
Canada, 13 per cent discount.
N. Y. money, 7 per cent.
grangers in the proceeding two weeks.
I Mr. Lane Hoon master of the grange
announced that on the next regular
j grange meeting after regular business
! was disposed of, all patrons would re
pair to tho lower hall where they
tary's salary H) per month. Mr.
Caldwell will be the new secretary and
the position will be almost a nominal
one from now on. - The directors fees
for attending the monthly meetings
were reduced to 1.00 per meeting.
Wilson Orders Elevator
Despain & Lee Grocery Co.
Phone 445 2(39 E. Court St
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Workmen ar shown here making rhnngej Prcs.dent Wilson ha
ordered in the Washington house which will be his home after
rrch 4 A drive is being laid alongside tha west wall A new
entrance tll oicn off lain drive and u elevator will bo luiUilIid
Old Faitlif ul
There has been no mechanism invented
which is as delicate and enduring as a
watch. It serves you through every minute
of the twenty-four hours of each day.
its "upkeep" averages less than a dollar a
A good timl piece is a time piece for a
lifo time so make sure that you purchase
a (rood watch. Each watch we sen is guar
anteed by the makers as well as ty
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
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These legs belong to President-elect Harding. An where hsv
they been? Look at "the cockleburs' Thesa little stocking-hugginj
pests do not grow on the open fairway of a golf course They're uku- ,
ally In the wecd3 along the side lines W'bca a golfer Is -off his
game" he's usually also off the course. L'se your own judgment'
The picture was taken at Palm Beach linVa.
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