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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, , WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1021
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
May t County school Orato-
rlcal and Declamatory Content,
at high school auditorium.
May 7 County school track
and field meet at Itound-Up
May 11, 12, 13 State Parent
Teacher Association convention..
May 31, June 1 and 2 Htute
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women'! clubs.
' Juno 14, 15, 18 Htute con-
ventlon of the a. A. 11,
September 22, 23, 24 Annual 4
ltorso ItiiHhutM IiiHikliiK V.
A. P. Fleming, manaBer of the
tilKht homo show of the Pacific Inter
national Livestock Kxposltion, and n
inembrr of the firm of A. C". lluby &
Co,, of Portland, drilling In the breed
ing and wile of Jack and registered
draft horses. In In Pendleton In the In.
terest of the ahow, and on personal
business. Mr. Fleming declares that
the future of the draft home business
never has looked so good during the
past ten yeara ua It doea now. Ho al
so says that during his tour of Oregon
he hart not seen so many pood young
colt an are the hands of farmers
and breeders within a radius of 20
miles of Pendleton. Itceent sales of
heavy stuff Indicate that It Is regain
ing Its popularity, ho says, und the
prices are getting atronger. Exten
sive Improvements nro being made In
the buildings on the exposition
grounds by way of additions that will
enablo the ImmeiiHe nutrtber of en
tries of livestock to be- eared for dur
ing the show this fall which will be
held from November 5 to 12. Bonds to
the amount of IKiO.Ouo are being Is
sued to secure funds to take care of a
part of the expense Incurred In the
extensive additions, The legislature
appropriated $100,000 for building
lar demonstration was mado Monday
south of the. railroad yards.
The maximum today is 62 and the
minimum 41), snys Major lo Moor
hoUHO, weather observer, who predicts
that tho storm Is now over. Tho ba
rometer registers 20.02,
I'lini'iiil Is Held
Tho funeral of the. lato Mrs. Grace
V'hlttenlrg was held this afternoon
In Ui Grande. Airs. Whittenberg died
here on Monday ut St. Anthony's hos
pital. Interment was ut the I. O. O. F,
Another demonstration of the work
of tho Shawnee tractor for the benefit
of the members of the street commit
tee of tho city council was held this
morning in the east purt of the city.
Several officials wero In attendance
d"rlne the exhibition of tho machine.
The tractor pulla a atreet grader, and
the whole operation la performed with
the services of only one man. A slml-
Min. luminal! Much Improved.
Mra. I. ;. llowman. who Is conval
escing from a. recent Illness, la now
much Improved in health and accom
panied Mr. Iliwman to Walla Walla
for the registered trup KbootlnJ tour
nament being held there. '
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RICH, CLEAN MORNING'S MILK
We Are Now Carrying
Fresh, Rich Morning's Milk
J. M. Harrison TUBERCULIN TESTED JERSEY
HERD on Birch Creek
When you want an extra quart of Fresh, Rich,
Sweet Milk send the children to "101"
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON US"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Private rxt'liaiigo Connects lloth Department.
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Applies Tor lliilldlng Permit
Application for a. building permit
!hi made this morning by ti. G. Iles-
! singer who wants to construct u
garage on his property on Water
street. The estimated cost of the
j building Is (200, according to the ap
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79 ,
pendleton LKAnrxo tork
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
Ua.afrjft!) ttwiii urn n a m
How does the busy little monk improve each waiting
He scratches his head from morn till night, because
there's millions in it.
There may not be a million in it for you, but there
13 a 25 per cent discount, and that helps some.
An accumulated stock unable to be moved when the
moving was supposed to be good, now necessitates the
mowing down process. Your opportunity to buy now
anything from the high grade well selected stock of
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry in
Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Phone S29J Hold Pendleton Block
When in doubt ask Hanscom. He knows?
1m-iiI Team Iraw
Tho Pendleton Baptist church base
ball team lost to the Helix Baptist nine
In a game yesterday afternoon, the
score being 13 to 4. On May 2, a week
from nevt Tuesday, the local team will
play the HMIx team here. The locals
meet the Christian church team here
MIhs Kelly Coming.
Miss Esther Kelly, new social ser
vice worker employed by the Vmatllia
county Hed Cross, will arrive in Pen
dleton May 1. Miss Kelly will have
charge of the work for which the lted
Cross la now a clearing house, since Its
designation by the various charitable
organizations of Pendleton.
"Delivering the Goods!"
Anyone can paint a beautiful word picture of a
good clothes appearance but you'll not get much
wear or satisfaction out of just words.
I Good Clothes
tell their own story best what a real investment in
good appearance can actually mean in satisfaction.
Prices based on spring's lower price levels
MrrtliiK at Church.
The subject for discussion at the
weekly meet'ng at the Christian
church tonight will be "What It
Means to lie a Church Member." There
will be music, Including "old fashion
ed" gospel songs. The meetings are, 5
well attended and arc attracting ln-,E
$40, $45, $50
Will IM-dicntc Ilrldcc
An invitation to tho Pendleton Com- :S
merclal Association to join with the E
commercial body at Walla Walla ln!jjS
observing the dedication cxercisca tojS
bo held May 6 when the new bridge E
over the Snake Htver Iwtween Paiico
and Kurhank will be formally turned
over for use has been received. Gov.
U F. Hart of Washington will be the
principal speaker at the exercices
which' will be held at 2 o'clock In the
afternoon. This Is tho first ferry
elimination on the Inland Empire
The picture one of the new
double breasted Hadley.
-the house of Kuppenheimer good clojhes
1 Say"-"' fp7
llootlotrgri-H OiitgiK'As Officers
A little mmple of smooth work on
th part of some bootleggers came to
light today when information of a
special party, put on by workmen
employed by the Warren Construction
Co. at 1:1 lie Mountain station leaked
out. According to the story, gentle
men credited with being engaged in
the business of peddling moonshine let
the atory gain circulation In Walla
Walla yesterday morning that two cars
loaded with 'Juice" with a kick In It
would be shipped overland immediate
ly to Portland by -way of Pendleton.
The same rumor has It that tho local
authoritlea were warned to be on tho.
lookout for tho booze. Other officers
along the proposed route were also
warned, It is said, including Athena
men. A special guard was kept on
roads north of Pendleton. But the
booze never got this far. Instead, the
two cars are said to have come as far
as the Warren Construction Company's
camp where a halt was called, the
booze waii disposed of, and work on
tho construction Job Is said to have
been badly crippled the rest of the
day aa a result.
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cy In the position of letter carrier at
tho Pendleton office, wmcn win
filled from the result of this examina
tlon. also any other vacancies which
may occur in the position of clerk or
carrier for a period of one year. Ap
plication blanks may be had from th
local secretary or the t ivii
Commission, at the postoffice,
".Movie" Men arc Here.
Peoresenting the San Joaquin Mo
tlon Picture Co. of San 1-Yancisco, G
A. Camnbell. director and business:
manager and M. Athena expert cam
era man are here today. They expect
to do some work while here in wine
local scenes may be used.
Ucld as Suspects.
Prank Mullen and Joe Heed are be
ing held by the police as a result ol
complaints made against them during
their activities in Pendleton. Tin
young men were ostensibly Liking
subscriptions for a farm magazine,
but tho complaint reached the police
that the strangers were attempting to
buy drugs. An investigation of thci
record is being made.
Universal Coal and Wood
BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE
SIIDIM OVT" MMKft
WIDE Ii SHALLOW
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V liN. " in I
CRAFT I POKER 0001
IMMOVABLE MfUl CRATES
(SISTER DAMPER .
SANITARY Li BAl
KEY PUTE TOP
UllEOVEN BACI PORCUAIN UKD
MITE PORCELAIN 000 FRONT
OVEN DOOR LININ4
PORCELAIN FLUE BOTTOM
X CttAN OUT DOOR'
A FULL LINE Of COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
Universal Stoves 6-fbnuces
To Mold l'.vaiiilnailiin.
A civil service examination for
clerk und letter carrier for the Pen
dleton postoffice, will be held in this I
city on May 14, 1921. Tho entrance
salary is JH'Ml per annum, with an
increase of Sloti each year until they
reach SlSllfl. provided the service ren
dered is satisfactory. All citizens of
the I'nited States, both male and fe
male are eligible to enter this exami
nation. ' Applicants must have reach
ed their eighteenth but not their
foiiy-fifth birthday on the date of the
examination. Alalo applicants must
measure not less than 6 feet 4 inches
In height and must weigh at least 125
pounds. Height und weight require
ments do not apply to persons en
titled to military preference. All hon.
ornbly discharged soldiers, sailors and
marines and windows of such will be
given preference In filling tho posi
tions. There is at present one vocan-
Hay Growers to SIcct.
The directors of the Columbia Ba
sin Hay Growers Association will
meet tomorrow night at Hermiston to
make plans for the annual meeting
to be held May 5, says Fred Ttennion,
county agent, who plans to attend the
meeting. Soma time ago, the
association decided to investigate
the advisability of rornrmg an orga
nization on the contract basis and the
directors of the association were o-sk
ed to look into the matter. Tin
growers in the west end of I'matllla
county und In the north end of Mor
row have united in a loose organiza
tion but plans for a closed organiza
tion will be made at the meeting May
S. R. THOMPSON CHOSEN
AS ROTARY PRESIDEN
S. It. Thompson, secretary of the
Pendleton Rotary club, was elected
president of tho organization for the
ensuing year at a meeting of the club
hold today in the Klka club. Other of
ficers chosen are Ir. F. E. Boydcn,
vice-president; Lester Hamlcy, secre
tary; liowell Keurn, assistant secre
tary; L. C. .Scharpf, treasurer. The
executive board will consist of the offi
cers, with J. V. Tallman, Fred Ben
nlon, C. P. A. Ixmergan and ltoy Kii
ner as additional members. ,
Colonel Charles Wellington Fur
long, author and lecturer who is writ
ing the Round-L'p book, "Lot 'er
Hack," spoke on "Community Spirit.'
Ho emphasized the fact that while
the Round-l'p is as big an advertising
feature as the Passion Play, the out
door drama, of Pendleton is n great
Influence toward tho. growth of com
Krnest Oockatt. secretary of the
F.astern Oregon Auto Club, spoke and
told how the road from Pendleton to
La Grande would be opened tomorrow
through the efforts of the association.
The organization, he stated, has made
arrangements to have the Shawnee
power patrol grader break the trail.
the work being done free as a demon- ,
stration by the Clyde Equipment Co.
George Hartman, mayor of the city.
spoke In regard to the establishment, p.
of a septic tank and incinerator for
the city and asked the support of the
club in the matter which w'll com he. I
fore the council tonight. Judge
..harles Marsh also urgeu that the
club co-operate in this effort toward
Go After j
First of all, rheumatism must be j
treated Internally. The blood should j
be purified and the stomach and kid
neys made to do their work properly. '
Massage the sore and swollen part
at least twice daily with an oil that
will not irritate or Inflame the skin. 1
Keep the bowels open to help the
You can get everything necessary;
in the complete Anti-l'ric outfit. If
your urin is discolored or has a bad I
odor, the effect of Anti-l'ric Tonic will j
give you an early confidence in the i
treatment. The Jar of Anti-l'ric oil!
will help proper massage of the pain-;
lul surfaces. A supply of the famous j
Pullman Pills will furnish tho correct !
These three preparations contain '
only veri table ingredients. All a.-c ;
in one generous, compact package, i
Tho price complete is SI. 50 and there '
is a money back guarantee with every 1
package. Get the Anti-Cric outfit to- I
PKNDLKTOX Dltl'G CO.
Large Loaves of Bread, 2 for 25c
Small Loaves Bread, 3 for .......... 25c
Blue Ribbon Milk for Cooking
Per dozen , $1.10
Per Can 10c
Imported Swiss Cheese, per lb., $1.25
2 Pounds Brick Codfish 50c
Fowlers Peaches, No. 2y Cans, each 25c
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen 25c
Peerless Corn, per can , 15c
T. G. Preserves, all flavors except strawberry,
Wonderful Values Are Here for You
We have just received a new ship
ment of Stamped Goods. Among them
we have, the All Over Apron, also the
house apron stamped in the best of de
signs, with not too much work on them.
Still they are in a class all to themselves.
Our stock is right and so is the price.
Children's Hose, sizes from 4 to 6 1-2,
at 25c the pair. This is not a cheap spec
ial, but worth the money kind. Yoa will
be pleased with them.
Ladies' Hose at 15c the pair.
A BIG SPECIAL
buys the best Coverall
that money can buy.
Making your dollars feci
Rood can be accomplished by
spending them with this
store. They purchase values
of highest ipiallty marked at
the lowest pric8. Our busi
ness policy is one of ppont
xliurlng whereby we save you
money by giving yoa more
for it. Thus the reason for
THE BEE HIVE
"More for Less"
Tho best Hair Not on the market.
2 for 25c
PuRle Beads, Trimmlns Beads, 15c
to 2."H I
Shoo Polish, 10O,
West Electric Curlers, five on the
Dunlins cotton, the ball, 3c,
Colored Iiiwn. Plus Tapes, all colors.
WHILE THEY LAST
buys the best Ladies'
Percale Apron that
money can buy.
. Keep dry baby rubber pants, the
Hand made Chocolates, spec
ial this week, only 50c the pound.
A satisfied customer Is,
nfler all, our best advcrtlsr
niriu. This partly account!
for being one of the best d
vcrtiMNl stores In th s city.
In other words we nuke
R1. Hear this in mind w hen
purchasing auythliur of this
establishment and remember,
M must he worth the HMmejr
paid or your moitejr back. .