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MONDAY EVENING, LURCH 28, 1021.
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Special News of Umatilla Co.
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ADAMS lADiES' CLUB
. HAVE SUCCESSFUL DAY
(East Orcxnnlnn Special.)
ADAM, Or.. March 18 The )W
ly district convention of the leboknh
lodge was hold In the city of rendit
ion Wednrrday. March 23. The dele
gate (hat attended from Adams lode
No. 4! were lierlha Kembler, Mar
garet Hunch, L, T. Hunch, Kebeica
Clark unit Kmmett I:iT.
The Adams Ladle' club was enter
tained Thurwlay at the home of Mrs.
Unt Kirby and Mrs. Frank Kreb.
Those who attended were SI rs. Charles
HupulH, Mrs, Hert Kirby. Mr. Frank
Krebs, Mm. Jack Mayberry, lira. 1 L,
Ucunllen. Mm. J. T .Lleuallcn, Mrs.
J. Wullan. Mm. Pearl Hales, Mrs. Alter,
Mr. Hhatx. Mrs. I-esto, Mrs. Revella
Llruullcn, Mrs. Jumps Lieuallcn, Mrs.
' J. Spencer, Mrs. Larabec, Mrs, tit Is
Lleuallcn. Mrs. Slmonton, Mrs. Alex
. McKenxlc and daughter, N'adine, Mrs.
Mitrtl nore, Mrs. Debois, Miss Calkin,
'. Mrs. L'vurd McCollum and Myrtle Cor
, ley, Mrs, Alex McKvnxie sang a solo.
. Refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Watrua of Pom
' r'ov, yere the guests of Mr. and Mrs,
' Jt. U. Marquis for the week end.
tnmcl ljarr motored to rendleton
VAS CALLED OFF IN THE .
FIRST HOUR - CAD PL'RDYS
PlLC OF SHAVINGS
a 'mm DOLLAR
i (th rsr (inU ee V j&ttVOJ( 15, V
w uosr ' the mxrcvmtt)?,?-! I -
Oim dollar hoarded or a nifflioti dollars hid away is
worth notiiuiK to Uw owner, fx does not bring him
any comfort. Nor do such dollars turn the wheels
of indUHtrr or create anytliii. Only that Dollar
which In buiijr at work every day, earning; interest,
bringing comfryt. keeping things moving, in the
This strong- hanCc Iwraes tnterest-bcarinc; certificates
of drpoKit for any amount detsired; H is ait Ideal nay
of invexiing sarlus money.
. sJfw ill
Only One Left E-2 Model '
Cruikshank & Ifampton
124-123 E. Webb Pendleton, Ore.
J'our OM Iirollure Taken in Eachange as Part Payment on New.
. "QUALITY COUNTS"
Mrs. Charley ithatiand sen, Cnarles,
motored to Pendleton Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Krebs and mother, Mrs.
Slmonlon, motored to the city of Peu-
dlclon Tiii-!, day to do some shopping.
Fi ankle Lames and .'o Brunt were
in Adams Tuenday evening.
John Kales and Roll Morrison, mo
tored to Adams Tucsdry.
U U LteualU n and Itcv. Lmhcr mo
tored to tho city of Walla Walla Wed
.Vr. and Mrs. Charles Dupu.s motor
ed to Allan i today, j
Mr. and Mrs. Mevors bought the rliv
.. . .n ii . i . . .. .. 1 1
by Bert Kirby In Holdman west addi-
lion aim will make Adams their future
Clyde Sands, who has spent th win
ter inurtns t home In the eastern
states, has returned to Oregon.
K.im!a of Spray Indicated,
The delayed dormant application is
the spray tor control of orchard plant
lice, says A. L. Lovett, entomologist
at the O. A. C. experiment station.
The first spray for apple scab, 3 1-!
gallons lime-sulfur to 100 gallons of
water, should be applied at this dor
mant stage. For the orchard aphic
black leaf 4 ( is added to the dilute
lime-sulfur at the rate of three-fourths
pint to 300 gallons solution. In
spraying for the cherry tree aphis fish
oil soap. 4 pounds to 100 gallons of
water, may be substituted for the lime-
uanx in basiern uregon k
(git few " . ,
Regular selling price the
. country oyer $120.00.
20 records free, of your
own selection. A
PRICE $75.00 CASH
ATHENA BASEBALL TEAM
(East Uregontnn Special.)
ATHENA. March 2S. The baseball
Rrocnds were worked over and leveled
ttranraciiiy py the h ch i h..,,1 h..
.... nrip ,rom ine town men.
f. shi,rP n Mrs. J. F. Herr
I -vio i truuicion
Mrs. Griffin Alexander left Saturday
me wncre. alie will
Mr. and Mrs. Charles May and chil.
dren Hhrry and &n of Weston
mountain spent the week end' in the
city visiting friends. ,
A. R. Coppock was a business visit
or in l'endleton Friday.
Mrs. J. e. Jones was a Walla Wullu
Wlllard Forth was In the city from
Weston Mountain Saturday. -, -. . ,
W. A. Taylor was a Pendleton visltot
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon O Harra and
little daughtor came over fm
Saturday to spend Easter at the home
ot airs. OHarra s parents Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Jones.
Mrs. Hugh Mclntvre nH rt,,i,i.
Kathryn were Pendleton viiru-. e....
Mlsa Arcta, LlttleJohn who I. t.
tending school at Vntversitv of t)r,.n
at Eugene Is spending Easter vacation
"1B nome or ner parents Jdr. and
airs. v. v. utt elohn.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Klrir on.i .
Harold and Mrs. Frank DeFreeoe and
children Roy and Edna were Pendlc-
.vii visuors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Iiannlsior nn.i
daughter Beulah were Pendleton visit.
Charles Russell tsjh the city from
Condon visiting at the home of his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Russell.
Mrs. J. c. Burke was a Pendleton
John Pierce was in the city from
.O. C. Hadley and Fay Pamburn wera
Weston visitors Tuesday."
Clarence Hand was a rendleton
Mrs. Henry Dell and daughter Lu
cinda were Walla Walla visitors Thurs
day. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith and chil
dren Ernest and Ruth were Pendleton
John Bannister was In the city from
Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Booher and
daughter Thelma of Weston Mountain
were Athena, visitors Saturday. "
Mrs. George Lattin and small daush-,
ter Jean Wfere 'Pendleton visitors Wed
Mrs. Patterson spent the past week
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Booher in Weston.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cannon were
Pendleton visitors Saturday.
The Athena teachers spent the East
er vacation in the following places:
Miss Andrews at her home in Echo.
Miss Drake In La Grande, Tilr. Bennett
in Portland, Mrs. Belt In Walla Walla.
Miss Heldenrich at her home in Mil
ton, Miss Chandler in Spokane, Miss
Williams In Ferndale and Dayton,
Wash., Miss Allen and Mr. and Mrs.
nadley remained in Athena.
Mrs. Roy Cannon has returned hnmn
from the sanitarium at College Place.
Jlr- ana Mrs. Charles May and chil
dren Harry and Erma were Pendleton
Mrs. F. Sharp visited her daughter
Miss Carrie at College Place Friday.
Mrs. Orel McPherson visited at the
home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Gould in Weston Wednesday.
The cast of characters for the play
"Whose Little Bride are You?" to be
Riven by the Civio Club has been
selected by Miss Drake as follows:
Dr. Benjamin, Oscar Cutler; Algernon
Clawhammer, Harold Haynie; Augus
tus May, Don Moore; Simeon Tobin,
W. Edgar Bennett; Florence Bellows,
Mrs. Dr. Scott Fisher; Mrs. McEckron,
Mrs. Ralph McEwen; Dollv McEckron,
Mrs. Robert Proudfit;. Maggy Brady,
Mrs. C. M. Eager; Mrs. Amelia Tobin,
Mrs. c. H. Smith.
Some Ideas for Your New
h . 1 m
' If you haven't decided on yotr ioring hats, yoa may get suggestion from the shove. Th m
; st the top' Is of novelty straw Id coral. It Is colorful and charming with Its feather finsy In itrejav
eff'jet sod reaching to th boolder. Th on Sn th lower corner Is of Bstevia cloth-la tan. It
cut' la. seml-ctreular pleess, embroidered In freen sod T-t together to torn charming chSMto
Peuusnt scsrW ch ernes (one the tr'mmUic. .
SO THIS ,S ITi t KGATt XouK. AT IN THO
hfVAPR.S AN t OHMe-D THS lMPR3ION
THAT "THIS ArVriC5 (AA. ON5 Ot 26NJIWS.
'MGRlT N! I CAM'S AU. THE WAY PftOM TH3
OTHSfff? CSrsTD Ot TOttKl TO
NittT tSUT THIS
VVOUCDMIT Ht ToseTHeRvr
Tit Vvi i . ,,,
! THl IS SUTH5.Si paFoRe .foc ct
iOuT TWiS NeKT ETDiTfON I HvVKiT Spri2,
CHANiCS MATXS IM MY AT. . I'tc
UAVE THf v?OPY C THSR.E trJirS OP
, Ve MP O RTC ANT Ul
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Miss Ada DeFreece spent Sunday at
the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Tom DeFreece at College Place.
Homer I. Watts has returned from
a visit to Portland-
Will Russell, who cruised with the
naVal reserves during the winter re
turned home Tuesday from Seattle. ., . '
Mrs. Wm. "Wlnship and daughter
Mildred have been visiting ut . La
Crosse, Wash. '
The student body of Athena high
school voted twenty-five dollars to the
Chinese Relief fund.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R Hutt and daughter
Ruth wero Pendleton visitors Satur
day. " '
Union Easter services ' were held
Sunday evening at the Christian
church. Tho program was as follows:
Prelude ". Mrs. T. R. Watts
Doxology Chorus !
Song, Christ Arose ....Chorus
Prayer .............. , .Rev. Russell
Response ..... ..... . ... ..Chorus
Anthem, Jesus Is Mine Chorus
Mrs. McEwen, Soloist
Scripture Rev.' Lowther
Solo, Hold Thou My Hand ....
Octette,' The Christ of tho Marvelous
Power . . . .Mesdanies Woodward,
Fisher, Emmel, Proudfit, .Watts,
McEwan, Taylor and Miss Lowther.
Offering . ,
Duett,' Jesus, the Very Thought of
Thee .Mr. and Mrs. Emmel
Solo. On the Cross Mrs. atom
Quartet, Peace, Perfect Peace
.....,..:...". Mrs. Fisher, Miss
Ixiwther, Mr. Eager, Mr. Russell
Anthem,' Rock of Ages Chorus
Verva Gross, Soloist
Maurice' Hill has returned from
visit to North Yakima, Wash,
PORTLAND. March 28. L'. P.)
The safes of two Portland business
houses" were rifled last night by what
the police say is undoubtedly the
same gang of yeggs. Henderson and
Brock 'company lost J1000 worth of
liberty bonds. Portland Manufactur
ing company lost a small amount of
bonds and valuable papers. "Soup"
was used to blow the safe doors in
10 PORTLAND FIRMS
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- Hvt- !' -ft , J
(East Oregonian Special.)
jHr--The Minnehaha school, district
No-dlo, held its tryout for the orato
rical euntest on Saturday evening,
March 19. In class C there were si?,
contestants. Lois Jackson, reciting
"Changing the Ethiopian" from Miss
Minerva and William Green Hill, came
out first, while Loren Jackson, with
"Jlmmle Brown's Sister's Wedding"
came out second. In class D, Grace
Jackson Von first with James. Whlt
comb Riley's "Bear Story, Alec Jes'
Made Up His Ownself' and Iris Quick
was second, reciting "The Raggedy
Man." by the same author. Mr. E. P.
Dodd, Mr. W. J. Warner and Mr. Har
old Dean of Hermiston acted as
judges. Mrs. Dodd and daughter,
iBabelle, end Mrs. Warner and daugh
ter Jane, motored out with the Judges
and spent the evening at the chool
house. Alter the program refresh
ments were served and games enjoyed
by tho children. -
Mrs. C. M. Jackson, who was called
to Pendleton to attend the funeral of
her aunt, returned home Tuesday.
: Mrs. F. B. Tennock is seriously ill
with mumps. .
L, C. Quick, who had the misfortune
to liurt ifls leg when his team ran
away last week, is better and is able to
be around again.-
Mrs. J, L. McFalls, who underwent
an operation at St. Anthony's hospital
is much Improved and Is. expected
home soon. ',
V. G. Shipley, who has been suffer
ing from smallpox, is convalescent and
will soon be at work again. Garold
Shipley has a very light attack of the
samd majady. .
. Mumps ore still going the rounds.
Th new cases this week Include Ilnali
Quick, Leonard Nation and Donald
School was resumed Monday at
Wetit'and ufter having been closed the
.past week on account f smallpox.'
JJr. Prior Shaw, who resides on the
old Mrohm place north of Westland, Is
seeding a large acreage to alfalfa this
spring. He Is seeding over a hundred
acres on the place whore he resides
and forty acres that lies Just north of
the railway, a part of the Herb Strohm
homestead.' He has a large force of
men and teams at work levelling and
: : ; and
2 CANS ,
6 CANS .
We carry a complete
Lilly's garden seeds for
221 East Court St,
seeding and Is rushing the work so as
to take advantage of the spring irriga
tion. The land Is owned by a Port
land company and is looked after by
Mr. Humfeldt, who formerly resided
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Gardiner of
Lower Butter creek, are tho proud
parents of a little son ' bom Friday,
March IS. . .
Tim McFalls made a business trip
to Pendleton on Tuesday.
BODY WILL ME IS KTATE
BALTIMORE, March 8. (A. P.)
The body ot James. Cardinal Gibbons.
jwlll be borne today from the archepls-
copal residence to the cathedral where
it will lie in state until Thursday morn-
After the final Easter service in the
cathedral" last night the catafalque was
erected outside the sanctuary at the
head of the Central aisle. The catafal
que was draped In rich cloths and the
cardinal's body clothed in his vest
ments will bo placed upon It.. The
guard of honor from the catbolio lay
men's organisation will be maintained
constantly while the body lies In state,
the public will be admitted tomorrow.
Just think! ' A pleasant, harmless
Cascaret works while you sleep and
has your liver active, head clear, stom
ach sweet and bowels moving as regu
lar as a clook by morning. No griping
or Inconvenience. 10. J5 or 60 cent
boxes. Children love this candy cath
Walt's Welding Works
' Walter Hendricks. Prop. .
Frank Neagle Blacksmith Shop
I have taken over the entire welding business of the
Burns Machine Works, Inc. Former and new custorners'
work solicited. , I am located in the same building.
No job too large or too small ; come and see.
Walt The Welder
"Shop for the Dealer
As Well as the Auto
... ''....' j ' . . '
If you could got a 10 per cent reduction of the prico of the;
car you want by going a block farther down the street,1 you '
would bo inclined to go to that much trouble. , '
Do you know that the actual Intrinsic value of the scr- ,
vice and responsibility that a good dealer can put into any
car he sells Is often worth more than 10 per cent of the' car
cost, In the first season?
It hm't the price of the car so much, as It Is the perform
ance of the car, und that depends much on the man who sells
it to you. , ... '
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET . ,
Phone 468 ,
Pears -v '
stock of Ferry's and
your spring planting.
D Apply wet baking soda or ordL
' nary ammonia, followed by
Omt UiUhm Jan Um3 Yuriy
Tuesday nnd Wednesday between U
a. m. and 1 1 p. m.
References to the death of Cardinal
Gibbons, with tribute to his life and
expression of sorrow for his loss were
made In many Protestant pulpits yes
ter day. Prayer of sympathy for the
bereaved were uttered by many minis,
U Tea Have Baeh A eke
or If you are subject to dull pains In the
bead, dlxzins, nervousness, are lan
guid and feel tired all over, get a pack
age of the old reliable remody. Mother
Gray s AKOsAIICLKAC, the pleasant
Mtdlclnal Tea. We have muny testi
monials. As a gentle laxative It has
no equal. Ask for Mother Oray's Aromatic-Leaf
at druggists or sent by mall
for iO cts. Samole FKEK Aililr.u
Mother Gray Co., Le Roy, N. T.
jJHICHESTliR S PULP
iiiltg? a" J'larel nnuatf V
"WSJ snq MJIK X
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronlo and Nervous Diseases an
Diseases of Women.- Jf-Itay Electrs,
Tempi Bldg. . Room it
Plume ttn.W p. o. fkix SSI
110 Water St.
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