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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 3, 1021,
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR Or EVENT
March National Fiah Pay.
March 11. 1921 Juvenile Re
vue, Washing-ton school band.
March 10, 11, 1 J Fourth An
nual Pendloton Auto Show, Hap
March 15 Last day for filing
of Income tax reports for 1S20.
March 17 and 18 Millinery
May 11 to 14 Btate Parent
Teacher soelatlon convention.
J. K. IWnm fK'riouiJy III
John B. Beam, well known local
accountant, la seriously ill at Hot Lake
according to a message received thin
morning by his brother Le Beam.
The latter la leaving for Hot Lake thin
evening to be with hla brother.
Mtta la Trannferrcd
Kaymond J. Pitta, of this city, who
la a member of tha United, States Navy
haa been transferred from the Heeelv
ship at New York to tha V. ft Cocl
Balo, C. Z. He waa transferred Fehru.
A. M. W. Society Mccta
Tha Missionary scoclety of the Afri
can MethodlKt church mot yesterday
at the home of Mrs. M. H. Hodson,
Tha program consisted of a recitation
by Mra. L. L. Anderson, a aong by Mra.
Hodson, and a paper,, "W Bhall L4ve
Again," by Mra. B.- M. Young. Fe
freMhmenta were served by the hostess.
The next meeting will be at the home
of .Mra. A. Huffner.,.;
Student Breaks Arm-
Egbert Scrlmsher Buffered a broken
rrm yesterday afternoon while doing
Home "tumbling" at the high achool
gym. He waa diving from a appring
boerd over a gym home and In landing
on hla handa In noma way twisted hla
left arm, breaking both bonea. He la
renting comfortably but It will be Borne
six weeks before hla Injuries are heal
ed, it la said. ,
fiolf Milks Improved
Tho golf llnka have been uondergo
Ing a series of alterations in order that
those playing a short gama may have
thlnga a little easier. Several bunkers
have been removed entirely and oth
ers have been changed.
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THE BUSINESS OF THE WORLD IS
BUILT ON CREDIT AND CREDIT LSS
BUILT ON CONFIDENCE
CREDIT extended by the week or month to par
ties who have proved themselves honest and capable
of paying when due is simply providing a service
which such people are justly entitled to. -
"One-o-One" provides this service in a most sat
isfactory manner and if you are one of the persons
referred to above we invite you to use it.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court St " Phone 101
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PoHtpone Drive for Funds
The. community service drive for
funds to carry on the work of the ser
vice, has been postponed until next
Mss (ilovcr 111.
Miss Freda Glover, librarian at the
county library, la ill. 8he has been
unable to be at the library for the
past two days.
Improvements Are Made.
Improvements are being made In
the Central Ilutha shop on Main street.
The exterior is being painted white
and other Innovations added.
Move Books Today.
Books of the city library are being
moved today to the county library.
Thty are being formally turned over to
.lu-t institution by the city council.
Has Money "Changer''
There Is a Bloux City man In com
munication with the Commercial asso
ciation who ' has a money "changer'
which, he says, Is like, nothing on the
market. It can't go wrong declares
this promoter and he is asking the lo
cal association what inducements they
wlll offer him to come here and open
his factory. He would sell stock and
with the proceeds erect a factory to
employ some 35 men, he says.
Remember, Mr. Reader, we are giving you the
greatest values ever heard of in high grade up to
date jewelry, of which every article carries our guar
antee. We are going to extend this great sale until we
have reduced this immense stock. When you are
looking for a gift all we ask is for you to call and look
over our stock, get our prices, then use your judg
ment. Our watch and jewelry repair department is at
your service. . i
PROMPT SERVICE TRY US
T. It. Snyder Instructor In Induustry
of the Wharton achool of finance and
commerce of the University of Penn
sylvania, la seeking Information from
the Pendleton Commercial Association
concerning the farm crop situation of
1920, the timber stand, dairying and
ether Industries of the state. Mr. fin.
dcr la preparing an article for hla
nchool on the state of Oregon and is
fueling, he says, first hand Infornnv
tl n from, this state.
Finds Conditions Better.
It. N. Crommelin returned today
from an extended business tour of
eastern and southern points. "After
having visited the south and the east
I feel that the northwest suits me ex
actly," he said this afternoon. Mr.
Crommelin found business men of the
larger eastern cities which he visited
very optimistic over the future. Busi
ness is getting better and a rapid re
turn to normal la expected. Mr.
Crommelin said that the south, al
though a little harder hit this winter
by the low cotton price, was also feel
ing better over conditions and looked
to better things this spring.
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE S
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
1-feADLETON'S LKAM.VG TOKE
Use the Phones -Grocery,
78 and 73
imm, li tiff
is now ready to serve you with the NEW f or,Spriiig and Easter WEARING APPAREL
and furnishings. Come in and have a look.
New Spring E. &R Shirts
82.50 TO $10.00
; A complete new line of patterns, colors and styles,
and at the new price range which gives you superior
qualities at much lower prices than formerly. You
get shirt satisfaction when you wear an E. & W.
Shirt. . . . '
NEW SPRING STETSON HATS
The hat helps most to make the man, and in our
selections for Easter and Spring wear, we offer
styles that will appeal to the smart as well as the
most conservative dressers. Prices right
E. & W. SOFT AND STIFF COLLARS
New styles, introducing the Brucewood, the new
roll front, laundered collar. Many other styles to se
lect from, also your favorite collar.
New Cloth Hats and
A big range of patterns and colors. New Spring
styles. Make your selection now. We have your
size. - . '?
Kerr's Pancake Flour and Rolled Oats will be dem
onstrated in our Grocery Dept. this week.
Seeded Raisins, 3 for 90c; per dozen ........ $2.f0
Happy Home, Del Monte or Thompson Seedless Rai
sins, 3 for 90c; per dozen . . $2.60
Muscat Raisins, per lb. 30c; 25 lb. box. ........ ?5.S3
Seeded Muscat Raisins, per lb. 30c; 25 lb. box, $6.93
BABY BADLY SCALDED
Universal Coal and Wood
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BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
Universal Stoves &Jvmaces
(Ktmt Oreionian Speoial)
TJKIAH, March J. A brief message
waa received at L'klah Monday noon
mating that Mra. Callie I)e Vaul, wife
of Dr. De Vaul of Pilot Kock, had
passed away at their home In Port
land Monday morning at six o'clock,
Little Bill! Allison, the IS months
old aon of Mr .and Mra. Walter Alli
son, waa badly' scalded on tha neck
shoulders and arm Sunday morning,
when a bowl of boiling water waa ac
cidentally spilled on him. In the ab
sence of a doctor, the neighbors as
sisted In dressing the burns and tit
this writing the little fellow is doing
John Ewlng ta visiting this week in
l'klah, the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Mra. Mabel Case and daughters left
fot their home near Dale Tuesday and
will be absent for a week or ten days.
Mrs. Case goes to look after their
stock on the farm, while Mr. Cose will
return to Pendleton to help his sister,
Mrs. C. H. Seward, move their father,
R. E. Case, to Carson, Washington,
where he will make his home with his
daughter. Mrs. Stewart after the
death of hia wife which occurred Feb.
No "cigarette has
tha same delicious
flavor as Lueky
. - tlarrjr Huston and Clyde Helmick
mau a trip to Alba wedntsday after
a load of seed grain.
J. H. Wagner ia III at the Vkiah ho
tel, and Henry I-ayman has charge of
the hardware store.
Owing to the severe storm last Sun
day, Mrs. John Moore and children
did not get back for school until Mon
day morning. They were spending
the week end at the ranch with Mr.
Mrs. George Ness and daughter,
Florence, left for Pendleton Thursday.
Miss Ness suffered a nervous break
down In December while attending 8t.
Joseph's academy and she is being
taken to Pendleton for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kirk returned
from Bridge Creek Saturday evening.
A school entertainment was given
at Alba on lost Tuesday evening in
honor of Washington's birthday, which
proved to be very Interesting and en
tertaining, under the supervision o;
Mrs. 8croggins, teacher, who deserves
both praise and credit, as it was an
evening greatly enjoyed by the Alba
people. After the entertainment a
supper consisting of pie, cake and
coffee was served by the ladies.
Albert Peterson haa rented "J. H.
Wagner's hall and will conduct the
dances hereafter. The first number
to be given Friday, March 4th.
Bert Ledgerwood was a Uklah vis
There Is still plenty of snow in Ca
mas Prairie, although the weather is
warmer and it is threatening rain r.nd
the black birds are retuning, wh,ch
Is a very good indication of spring.
L. O. Case was in town Monday
night on his way to Pendleton. - t
Tom Willoby of Bridge Creek was
a guest of his daughter, Mrs. Clyde
Helmick, Sunday night. He came
over after aeed grain.
Claud Jarvls who has been work
ing at the Ely saw mill returned to
Vincent Willoby of Iowa, who has
been visiting his father, TV B. Willo
by, and sister Mrs. Clyde Helmick of
Ukiah, left Monday for Pendleton,
where he has a position.
Newt Reeves and wife of Alba who
have been visiting Mrs. Reeves mo
ther, Mrs. Davis, on Snake river near
Le wist on, arrived home Monday.
Mrs. John Garrison of Takima, who
has been visiting her mother Mrs.
Reeves at Alba for the last week, re
turned home last Friday.
Fred Caateel of Alba, . while split
ting wood, unfortunately cut his wrist
and four stitches had to be taken.
8-Ikx1 Kotos, :
W. A. Anderson, a member of the
school board, and Mrs.' Anderson, were
visitors Friday. The school enjoyed
a very Interesting talk l.y air. Ander
son. ' , :
The teachers and pupils of the Uki
ah school,- feel very grateful to Hert
McLaughlin, who is framing each
reading certificate free of charge, thus
creating great interest in the reading
circle work. The frames are differ
ent In design and color, and are very
Beulah Moore, Russell Moore, Grace
Peterson and Lorena Ness have now
received their reading certificates.
Nellie Anderson, who has been at
tending school In ' Garrett, Kansas,
entered the eighth grade this month.
The lowest per cent of attendance
for the year la 84 percent.
Grace Peterson received 1.10 per
cent In spelling each day in February.
Those neither absent nor tardy for
the month ending Feb. 25 are: Leila
Helmick Clarence Huston, Ewing
Hynd, Erwtn I .aura nee. George Mar
tin, Itona Gibhs, Leta Peterson, Clar
ence Powell, Willie Walker, Ijniun
Peterson, Grace Peterson, Lorena NVrs
Krstl Gibbs, Sheldon Laurance, John
The pupils of the primary room have
been much Interested In the study of
the boyhood of George Washington
and Abraham Lincoln. Each child,
moulded a picture of these men in hisj
composition book and wrote a short
l.n.nama iMonn .hniil thani Th. m,
J nils constructed and colored imoer
flags, learning the names of the parts
of the flag and also what the stars,
stripes and colors symbolize.
Naomi Moore, Ruby Case, Rae Case
and Clarence Powell have received
Mrs. L. R. Case, Fonda Helmick, Vir
ginia and Harold Martin, Johny Moore
and Ford Peterson have been chool
PAZO OINTMENT instantly Re
lieves ITCHING PILES and yon
can get restful sleep after the
AO druggists are authorized to
refund the money if PAZO OINT
MENT fails to Cure any case of
ITCHING, BUND, BLEEDING or
PROTRUDING PILES. Cures or
dinary cases in C days, the
worst cases in 14 days.
It is guaranteed by Paris Med
icine Co, St Louis, Mo., Manu
facturers of the world-famous
Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine
This signature la en every box
of PAZO OINTMENT. 60a
Buy Oliver Plows Now at a New Price.
See the 19B Gangs with Tractor Hitch now on our
Sturgis & Storie
THE BEE HIVE
A Good Place Satisfaction "More for Service With Full Value
To Trade Guaranteed Less" a Smile Always
Commencing today and continuing as
long as our present stock of ladies' per
cale bungalow aprons last we are going
to sell them all for 90c.
This is a price that you cannot afford
to overlook. The quality is as good as
any in town and the price is much better.
JAPANESE LUNCH CLOTHS
We have made a very good purchase
on this item and we are going to pass it
along to you. You will realize a saving
of about 50 per cent on these items.
60 in. by 60 in. Lunch Cloth at......$2.00
48 in. by 48 in. Lunch Cloth at $1.75
Cups and Saucers, hand
painted, 35c each..
Wicker bird cages
Boys and Girls Buster
..brown hose, 35c pair..
hose, 65c pair
All of our supply of
electric table lamps
go at one-half price
until our present sup
ply is exhausted.
THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT
is a Satisfied Customer. "Your
money's worth" creates satisfac
tion with your purchase and The
Bee Hive endeavors to deliver full
value at all times. We serve our
selves best when ..we ..serve you
best and therefore our interests
become mutual ones. Remember
Ever ready Bandeaux,
heavy mesh, strong,
basket weave, double
boning, pink, at
Ladies' colored border
10 and 15c
1.7 -: u
Rick Rack Braid, all
sizes at 8c and 13c each
You can buy first
Duality Val laces here
for 15c the yard.