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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1B21,
News Notes of Pendleton
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
March 81. -.University of Ore
gon Women's Olee Club, at high
school auditorium under man
agement of Pendleton alumni.
'April 7 to 16 Annual Clean
. May 6 County school Orato
rlral and Declamatory Content,
at hlnh selioot auditorium.
May 7 County school track
and field . meet at llound-Cp
May 11 to 14 State Jrent
Teacher Asnoclatlon convention.
May Jl, June 1 and J State
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women' club.
September 22, 23. 24 Annual
bo puhllHhed by-O. P. Ptitnnm ft Konn.
It will b in the hands of the publish
ers In April.
Alb-ircd liiMinc Van.
CliToneo I'lUtner of 209 "Went Webb
Ktreot, In being: examined for ht nan
Ily ueforo Judi?e Hchannep thin fiftcr
noon. He Is a uheepherdcr by occu-
jvrciiu-i j-ihii iu. k ' imtion
Maurice WhlU'hoUHe, architect for'1 " '
the new wlnK to be conslructed lit the .
Htate Hospital, and W. C Kntahtr.n. TL,UU of
consulting architect, are In Pendloton
court here April 5,
the lted Cross of-
l'urlong to Ittfiiro
. fhuriMi Wniilnirtnn Purlomr. soldier.
J writer, and artist who now makes his
hvadauartars in l'enuieion, is c iinu
In return here within a few days from
, California. Ho Is now In Ban Francis
Major WuMi BiwaKS.
Major flobert Walsh,, a member of
the aviation corps who is now on
leave at Walla Walla, spoke at the
1'endlcton Itotary club meetlnic today
on the subject of an aviation field for
Pendleton. He Is here as the guest of
his cousin, James H. Sturgls. The
luncheon was held as usual at ,the
Klks club and was well attended. Oth-
from Its urcsent miartcrs on the sec
ond floor during the court sexxlona.
from Portland today maKing anane-, fl(-e wl, t() the thlr flor
menu ior HuvBiiminn m.u .
contract. The wing is to cost 1100,000
and work will probably begin In ubout
60 days. The wing will contajn three
wards and full basement and Is to
house ISO patients. In genera,! archi-
! lecture it will follow the plun of tht
state hospital as tno structure now
llurold Dean I lure.
Harold K. Dean, head of tho Her
mlston Experiment Htatlon, Is here to
day to consult with A. C. Cooley, who
is In chare of the demonstration work
tor tho western experiment stations
Four hundred and forty members
haveticen signed up In the Commercial
Association campaign and squiiiis are
at work today to reach or exceed the
quota of 500. It is 'probable that the
total will reach 500 by tomorrow night.
. . -i. ... kl. ll'i.i. lAl.l u- WtiKflnmli nillllin
Co. Mr. rwiong js ai win vu m
hook "Thn Pendleton Ronind-l'p," to countants, and Mr.' Bturgls.
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The automobile, telephone, electric light and
the many other modern service conveniences.
WHY SHOULD YOU NOT USE the MODERN
30-DAY CREDIT SERVICE?
Rightly managed by experienced, competent
merchants, the 30-day credit ytem performs a
service for the consumer at a cost SO small it isn't
' worth considering.
, We invite you to use our 30 DAY CREDIT
Call our office today. .., s
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Private Exchange Connects lWrth Departments.
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I'.x-MuVor of Portland Here.
II. It. Albee, former mayor of Port
er speakers included Mr. Whitfield of land, Is In the city today and -will be
ac- nere until tomorrow morion.
general agent for the Northwestern
Mutual Life Insurance coinpuny, rep
resented locally 1y Coutts tc Avenll.
This is Mr. Albee's first visit to Pen
dleton but' he says he Is coming back
often and that he will be at the Hound
Up this year. ' j
Income Tax Collectors Visit
A n We.uherfor and H. F Turner.
collectors of Internal revenue, are in'
the city today on .business connected
with Income tax returns. They have
Just returned after a visit to Iiaker anil'
Grande. Their work, since the
completion of Income tax returns. In;
concerned principally with checking ,
uo and In investigating causes of de-1
llmpient returns. .
Now is the time to select your graduating gifts,
even though it is early but while you can save money
you can buy almost two articles for what you can buy
one elsewhere and of the highest grade . jewelry. We
are sacrificing every article in our stock. Come in and
get our prices. '
The largest stock of diamonds watches, clocks,
jewelry, pearls, ivory cigarette cases, wrist watches,
cut glass in eastern Oregon in which to make your selection.-
DON'T DELAY COME NOW
.. . . ,
Every article carries our guarantee
Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Phono 32M .
Hotel Pendleton Block
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
PENDIiETOS'8 liEADINQ TORR
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If you want first-
class ' materials and
skilled tailoring. If
you want right style
and a real fitthat '
will stay. If you '
want clothes that will
be an investment in ,
good appearance. '
Will Ik- Itarr's Asslstaiil.
Miss Mcllle Parker of Portland has
been chosen as assistant to C. I. Ilarr, j
secretury of the ?ominercial Assocla- i
tlon and will arrive Monday to enter I
upon her duties. Miss Parker is a i
graduate of the I'nlversity of Oregon
and is a very competent stenographer
and office girl. She was formerly ,
with the Astoria Evening liudget and
of late has been with the Arcady
Press of Portland.
Willi f It-Id. Whllconib Co. Here
Whitfield. Whitcomb & Co.. widely j
known certified accountants, have'
opened an office In Pendleton toda
thus carrying out plans they have hl
In mind for some months past. W. D. I
Whitcomb. head of the company's of-!
flee in Portland Is here In connection
with the opening of the office. O. J.
Perry Is to lie In charge of the -office
which will be at ll 2 East Court street.
In the room occupied by the Northern
To Start Revival
The tabernacle being erected at the
foot of College, street Is to com
pleted by Sunday, It Is suited todny by
Evangelist J S McConnell of the Dis
ciple; Assembly of Jesus Christ, the
organization back of the move. On
Sunday the tabernacle will be opened
with a revival meeting starting at 11
p. m. At this meeting the local evan
gelist will be assisted by Otis T.
Franklin, rated as a "rerormcd buck
aroo" and by Mrs. Mary T. Miller of
100,000 Itushrls &old
There has been a heavy movement
of wheat here lately with the result
that a vast amount of grain has passed
froni 'the hands of local growers, the
ruling price being In the vicinity of
$1.10 per bushel. It is estimated by II.
W. "Collins that 400,000 bushels has
been sold within the last two weeks.
Mr. Collins now estimates that but 18
or 20 per cent of last year's wheat Is
now in the hands of the farmers. It Is
understood that tho low opening price
of July wheut In Chicago has caused-
some farmers to turn their wheat
Universal Coal and Wood
BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE
.aft.. " " " ""
BHUTI0M SMOKE t CHECH
S0U0 OST . ,, X jl
HUE I0X ' 2 '
Km DOOR A
EMOVstlE tUPIil (RATES
SANITARY lit lAil
KEY PLATE TOP .
D0UBU? OVER MCI PMCUAIR UNCO
HITE PORCELAIN OMR f MKT
Auru nnns i tunic
PORCELAIM FLUE BOTTOM
l TRIBUTL UNIVERSAL &ah out door-
A FULL LINE Of COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
i i j'
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
Mrs. Ilarrlstm lic&
Mrs. John Harrison, prominent 11
Itock resident, died yesterday after
noon after a six days' illness. Her
death was due to a complication of
discuses. The body will be buried in
the Pendleton maiiHoleum and funeral
services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.
m..ln tho Presbyterian church with
Kev. George L. Clark officiating. M,-s.
Harrison, who was 63 years of age.
had resided In this county for SO years.
She is survived by her husband and
the following children: Mrs. Claude
Klrchoff, Dcrward Harrison, Clinton
O. Harrison, Mrs. W. H. Cupllnger,
Mrs. Eva Harris, John Harrison and
James Harrison all of Pilot Itock.
Four sisters, Mrs. W. T. HarrlsonSof
Pilot Hock, Mrs. Pora Hugger, of
Arizona, Mrs. Iura e Freece, of
Contralia, and Mrs. Kmma Hales, of
Pendleton, also survive ns do three
is the right price this ;
spring, at the new
ltwer prices. When
you go about a little
and make some com
parisons then see
Fashicn Park clothes
offer at $50 you'll
know they are worth
$40 is an underlying
security a guaranty
of satisfaction. It is
the price at which
you should get all of
the good qualities you
are entitled to in a
suit you expect to
Other clothe at $35
to $65 the new low
HE WEARS A DOUBLE-BREASTED KAY-BAG SUIT
THE SKETCH SUGGESTS, ITS OWN STYLE APPEAL
CUSTOM SERFICE WITHOUT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON
$40 to $60
Other makes $25.00
WOMEN! YOU CAN 1
Old,- faded skirts, waists, coats,
sweaters, draperies, everything, wheth
er wool, silk, linen, cotton, or mixed
goods, can be dyed any ric, fadeless j
color with Diamond Dyes, liuy no j
olhcr dye! l
brothers, James Waldron of Pendle
ton, Itobert Wuldron of Halfway and
Isaac Waldron of Tennessee.
AVIATOU MCVIt DKAT1I. ?
NATCHEZ, Miss.. March 30. (A.
P.) Lieutenant Coney, the transcon
tinental aviator, hurt la a full, Is re
ported to be near death.
The First and Original
Cold and Grip Tablet
Be sure you get
The genuine beam this signature
HAVING HIS TROUBLES
Old Fashioned Methods
Do you know tha.t dentistry has been turned up side
down in the past few years? That the old fashioned
idea of saving sore, aching, abscessed teeth is almost a
thing of the past?
100 P. c
.;u,AnonAuu ihm a ltv hpntthv mmith la the slocan of
the modern dentist.' A dead tooth Is a menace to health. 1'li prove
HOURS 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Appointment to Suit You
m k . i
...... A M.A.Ih.
Takashl Hara. premier ot Ja
pan, is tha object ot many bitter
attacks.' The press predicts his
fall, but his friends say he will
retain his post,
MERCHANDISE OF MERIT
THE BEE HIVE insists that all Merchandise which enters this Store
measures up to certain definite quality standards.-whether the price be
high w whether itj THE BEE HIVE has the absolute
assurance that he is getting value received, for it is a merchandising princi
ple here that Quality Must be First. .
-The Merchandising problem which THE BEE HIVE has so successf ully
solved is not one of merely merchandise;- is one of Meritorious Merchan-
darks O. N. T. Sowing:
l'linollvo Sonp ... 10c
Star Hi and CrH-lict
Cot toil 13c
Thin l-al blown Slicrblts.
-t of 0 for 2 'n
We are agents for the
net. It is fully guar
anteed, and is very
satisfying to its many
If you did not get your
new spring hat in time
for Easter, and you are
still in the mood for a
new one it will more
than repay you to come
here and see our exten
sive line of flowers,
wreaths, braid, buck
ram frames, straw and
wire shapes. New ones,
are arriving daily, the
quality will please you.
"More for Less"
J. & P. Coats Out-hot
ll.iml painted china cups
and saucers 35c
Thin loud Mown tumbler,
wt of for $2.50
Tho Vt ltox lli.M-rjr fr
women, i-tiiktmi ami liifiit-.
We have built up a lerjr
large huslneKi on tlilx line
and it has proven to be more
llian wifa-tory to the nuuijr
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Pendleton ' uregon community.