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DAILY EAST OEEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1021.
News Notes of Pendleton
CAI.IiNDAK OP EVIiNTS
Muy 6 County school Orato
rlcal and Declamatory Contest,
at high school auditorium,
Way 7 County' ichool raok
and field meot at Itound-Up
il May 8 Mothers' )ny
May n, 12, 13 Mate I'nrent
Teacher Association convention.
Muy SI, June l ami 2Htute
convention of Oregon Federation
of Woman'! clubs.
' Juno 3 and A Twenty-ninth
Annual I'loneer Mcnlo,"
June 14, 15, 10 State con
Vnutloii of the a. A. It.
Koptembcr Z2, 23. 24 Annual
Pentlt Kouud-l'n. ,
.TiiHtlce Jon If. I'urkos Friday when
she pleaded (juliiy to a charge of soll
Iiik butter thut was short wolHht. Ten
hiU'ih wclKhod 13 ouiici'H less thun
tho required II) pounds.
Iliinr I ft I M.
Kvenlnx servlccii at Pendleton
churches will open at 8 p. ni. In fu
tuio Instead of at 7:30 p. ni accord
ing to a decision made by the I'en
d let on Ministerial Association. The
i'iniiiK hour In 11 a. in.
lil Hh Hummer activities to gi t Heltlers
from the .Middln Went farndnif oc-
tlon. Anyone havlnu names of huc!iS
prospects urn re.Uoslod to Ret IniS
touolt. with tho Commercial Assocla
FKJfDLBTON'S LEADING OTORK
Will I'.ulld Gnrnge.'
U K. Hoover liaH applied to the city
recorder for a building penult for th
construction of a naraRe on hid prop,
crttf on Willow street. The estimated
coat of tho building Is $10U.
Had Miort-Wolnlit llultir.
A fanner's wifo hiw name was not
Riven, was fined tio In the court of
I 'm lory Itcprcscntiitivr, Hero.
t hurlis Jed ward Kinltli, special fac
tory reprrsonlullve for the I'nlvernal
Stove Co., Is In rendletou to assist In
holding the demonstration at tho
lieorite (', Uaer Hardware store. To
day is the last day of tho three day
(Viol rait Awarded
U. A. h'wanson, local contractor has Is
been grunted the contract for the ercc j
tlon of a 7 room house, by . l How
ard, In tho JarohH' Addition. The
estimated cost Is $7000.
TIME IS AT HAND
A request has been received by the
Pendleton Commercial Association
from the state chamber of commerce
requesting that tho local organization
Rot In touch with people In this com
mnnlty who have friends who are in
terested In Oregon and have signified
a desire to selllo here. The names nro
to be lined by tho state organization
Attractive woven articles, made by
the pupils of the lower grades of Lin
coln school, ore displayed toduy In the
window of liond lirothcrs clotning
store, Included in the display are 3
dolla' liammockH, caps, etc,
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RICH, CLEAN MORNING'S MILK
- We receive this cream fresh every morning
from the J. M. Harrison Dairy Farm on Birch
FRESH, RICH, MORNING'S MILK.
"101" DAIRY PRODUCTS are kept clean
and sweet in a sanitary, ammonia refrigerat
ed, display case.
You will like our dairy products ad the
way they are handled.
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Private FxcliittiKe Cuniuits Itoth Departments.
1U1 1U1 101 101 101 101 1U1 101 101-
Cuts Tip off l lnccr 15
Oeorgo Ktewart, negro who is cm-! 5
Ployed on tho Crow ranch, cut the tlpls
off the fourth finger of his left hand's
yesterday while cutting up lotntoes5
for scol. Ho came to 1'cndleton to
have the Injured mem.)ers drcHsed and 13
will stay here for a few days.
Ml He (,rl itiirncil
JJllitt (;ulnioi. Snyder, aged three, r:
daughter of .Mr. and lira. Joe Snyder, '5
Hi.ffered severo burns fin Hot face,
neck and arm yesterday when she up- 3
set a pot of hot ten. She Is lit St. An- 5
thony's hospital. The llule girl Is the '5
granddaughter of Mr. and Jlrs. 15
Charles role. . :5
DO IT NOW
BUY YOUR NEEDS AT THIS STORE, WHERE YOU KNOW YOU'LL GET QUALITY GOODS AT
PRICES AT ABOUT WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY. -
Time o.Put.Up New Curtajns A r
Consider how little a few yards of Ivanhoe
Draperies and Curtain Materials cost and how
much they contribute toward improving the home,
making it cozy and attractive. Let us figure with
you. We "make up" curtains at nominal, cost . to'
you, if goods are purchased here. .
Accountant Considers 1 a a I Ion 15
Information as to the possibilities of s
Pendleton as a field for u certified J 5
public accountant is sought in a let- '
ter from tho seen tury of the national '3
organization of accountants to the '5
Pendleton Commercial Association, 15
The man who is seeblng the informs-'5
tlon would come here for tho benefit '5
of his health. i5
Konowilo Kooinilig Hoiim. is
The Quelle rooming house, recently. 5
purchased by Hob liudu and Frank
Chatas, has been given a thorough '
renovaliniT from cellar to garret. New js
papering has been done, paint ap-5
plied, and the whole properly bright-'5
cued up. In the restaurant a new rule .3
has been adopted whereby white help 1 5
la employed exclusively. is
New Spring Voiles 50c Yd.
No matter what your ideas as to
pattern, colors or style you can have
just what you want at a trifling cost
when made up with these ATTRACT
IVE VOILES. 36 and 40 in. wide, in
light and dark colors. You will like
them when you see them.
Attractive Voiles 75c Yd.
This assortment is one of the best
looking lots we have, specially priced
at 75c yard. Beautiful patterns and
colorings, 40 in. wide. It takes 5 yds.
to make a dress. Come down and
and pick out two or three.
Is INwcrvnlinii AlloMoc.
IJuia Cox Ingle, who is held In cus
tody ut A i tori a fur having shy,t A. J.
Hums In a rooming house In that city,
is an allottee on the Umatilla reserva
tion. Major Swnrtitbtnder says the
records show an allotment to the wo
man and likewise to a sister, Edna
Cox, who is now dead, to a brother,
James Cox and to her mother, Katie
Cox. The. land haa been patented
His Hip Pocket
Yes, that is exactly where he put it. Rather a queer
place for a fellow to put a new piece of jewelry, eh?
But then men and women differ ns to a place of safe
ty. He realizes he has some wonderful value. It was up
to him to find a place of safe keeping.
SAFETY FIRST! Now fellow townsmen, you have
the same opportunity to take advantage of the reduced
prices in our high prude Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware, etc. All we ask is for you to come in and let
us show you the wonderful values.
H anscom's Jewelry Store
Uahifall Is I. OH
Ttalnfall during th month of April
was 1.08 im lies, according to the re
tain niadi; hy Major I.ce Moorhoiise.
The warmest day was April 10, when
the maximum was 71. The coldest
weather was on the evening of April
5, 6 and 7 when the mercury foil to
25. There were 21 clear days, six
uartly cloudy and throo cloudy. To
day the maximum is fi6, with a mini
mum of 30 and the harometer at 2:i.4U.
I'at Cattle fccarco
Fat cattlo are scarce Just now, pay
local butchers, who state that but few
cattle prowers are faltuniiiK cuttle for
market, l'oultry Is t-carce also. The
decrease in the price of meat d'Tins
tho past six weeks Is estimated, in
general at from 20 to 2Ti per cent In
I'cndlcton retail markets. Dealers
state that pork, and veal are the most
popular meals with 1'endleton con
sumers and that since mutton declined
In price, tho demand has been less al
though this meat sold well when the
price was up. There Is demand for
fish every day in the week, say dealers.
REGISTERED TARGET SHOOT
SUNDAY, MAY 1ST, AT
USE WINCHESTER TRAP LOADS.
"Bust Them'.' With a Winchester Gun.
Contests to lie Hold.
.1'endleton hi(;h school seniors will
he given on opportunity to win a cash
scholarship of $1UU from ). A. "., by
competitive contests which will he
held here with Austin Lnndrcth.
principal of the hinh school, In charge.
A new donation to the scholarship
fund makes focr of the 100 awards
possllile. Three separate contests
will determine the winner. The first
will feature competitive essay writing
and w ill be judged on originality. The
second contest will he in the form of
Spool Coltiili, 150 janl So
Silk Thread : 10c
Colored Cotton 5o
. C otton 5c
. Cotton fk!
Hooks and I'.yi'S 5v
Hooks and l.jcs 10c
Kick Hack 15c
l!la.s Tajw 15c
Kick Hack 20c
I 'ins 10c
Neolli-s . .' 10c
llisik and Ilye Tape- 25c
Snap TiiM- 25c
Leaded Taj- 20c
Tape Line 10c
Dc Soap 10c
Hcltinu , 10!
Big Lot Laces 5c Yd.
A splendid assortment of hteh grade laocs
for many HiriMH during tpri"K sowing
week, the anl 5c
54 inches wide for skirt, the yard. 12,50
40 in. Crepe de Chine
Comes in wide range or colon).
Apron Ginghams 18c '
Bla blue and brown check. Best
Broad Cloth .
l-r sport coats, suits and the like, offer
ed n a wide range of colors $2.50 to 94.00
Canton Flannel 15c Yd.'
Taffetex65c , . ;..
A silk mmrthuig like A, B, O silk, for
undrrwrar, etct ..... ... ... .
F)ir fradiiatlon Cresses, yard 15c to $IJM
French Serge $2.50 and
S8 aiul 54 in. wide of fine French aetire
for dressed ttat can b pleMad M (ha Myir
now arc. Back to old time Taliun and
Cretonnes 50c Yd.
Big line patterns, and colorings. Dresa
np the house now with arw cartains.
liong I loth ZSctoBOc
Nainsook , tie to Uc
1.7k Unen 40c, ISO
Colored Voiles SOc to f.V
Onlored Flaxon ..................... tfto
MTilte Poplin Me, 5
. wasa Skirting 50c to $1.50 '
Colored Sateen 50c
Cotton Flannel 15c Yd.
Outing Flannel 20c Yd. ;
t , . White and rotors, ; i
. 3d and 64' inches wide, yd. . . tSe and 50c
Good heavy weight, aeat patterns, light
and. dark. . .
Dress Ginghams 19c, 25c
Plain colors, plaids
best quality. '
efficiency tests, and the third will be
to determine the student's ability in
estemporaneous writing. The prin
cipal of the school will determine the
students rating highest in the contest, j
and will forward their papers to the j
college. The committee on awards '
will announce the winners soon after '
tho cl-'so of the contest. The first
contest will bo conducted in the vari- i
ous hiph schools of Oregon In the next '
two weeks. Any high school student
who lias been graduated within the
It st year may also cnier the contest. .
provided he or she has never attend- I
lcsrec to lie Conferred.
The Master Masons degree will be
conferred at a meeting of the Masonic
order on Monday evening by Judge
(leorge H. Hurnett, chief justice of
the supreme court. All of the justices
who will be here for court, have been
invited to attend as have other visiting
brethren. Dinner is to be served nt 6
p. m. and work will .start immediately
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 5
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Reduces Tire Prices
Effective Monday, May 2
The B. F. Goodrich Company makes this readjust
ment of tire prices to meet new condition and to bene
fit all tire users. This reduction includes
GOODRICH SILVERTOWN CORDS,
GOODRICH INNER TUBES
You are given the full benefit of these new prices
right at the time when you are ready to replace .your
old tires with new ones. Now is the time to buy them.
Your Goodrich dealer will supply your - needs and
give you the. advantage of these new prices on your
The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Company