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DAILY EAST 0REQ0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1021.
Special News of Umatilla Co.
i lst Oregonlun Special.)
MliACHAM, Ole., May !). lU-orse
l'envy returned liere nfter emlliiK
the limt few days at White Tine, Ore
Kiin. Mr. C. X. Colo and mother. Mrs.
Weaver, came up from l'endletun to
M'nl t!io puniuier.
J. 1). Oiaey wiih r It C. ramie visit
or one dny thin week.
J. K. Mnnihall left Monday for Ital
ian Texas. Me has a position in an
Mrs. J. A. Wutters returned home
from Vancouver, 13. C, Monday even
ing. - John Doekweiler Sr., has his new
houwe nlKHit completed. He expects
his cook about June 1.
Frank Watklns has purchased a
Autos are passing- dally without
much difficulty. They have one bad
place east of Kamela the Auckland
Claude Estes of Purkee, Ore., has
taken over the Mcacham hotel. Ho
lias been quite busy the past week
lemnrieltnR and refurnishing. Ho
promises the traveling public the' best
of service. We Wish them success.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy N'orden of Ka
mela wore visiting Mrs, Xorden's par
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gillandcrs are
here visiting Mr. and Mrs, Claude K
ics. Mrs. (.inlanders has been here for
the past week assisting her sister in
opening the hotel.
Smythe Hros. shipped in twelve cars
of sheep and placed them on their
Hell Cow range.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waters attended
the dance at Kamela Saturday even
liur and reported having a nice time.
The Old Oregon Trail is being put
In good condition by Supervisor Chelf
and a crew of men.
Mr. and Mrs. Mart Booth of McKay,
came In to visit Mrs. Booth's parents.
Contrary to popular belief the Poly
nesian people as a race are not dwindl
ing, but are being relnvigorated by the
Infusion of alien blood. The offspring
i of the mixed marriages are taking
wives from among the full-blooded
Hawaiian strain, thus preventing the
Hawaiian blood from losing it identity.
ATHENA NINE DEFEArS
MLTON BASEBALL TEAM!
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
I HAVefsi'T KNOWN YffO AN MfJS.TRuE l(ZY
IONS, WVT vm OiN3 TO A3 tOKJ INTIMATE
Qu5Ti6n. 1 ThiimkimC. OF TT(N MA("??e,D.
NOW, SOWE 3f rlAXIf'sS FNV.J, Vqu
ee fe.FcTT HApr-t, arc vou k,ot, (Vfurcc.rRuea
Former Yanks Now Ride Huggins
T-xS - - ;
Duffy Lewis and Oeorre Mog
ildge. cast off the Vanks- payroll
last year, are riding Miller Hug
gins this season They're hclpirg
the Washington club keep around
first place, while Lewis' hitting and
Mogridge's pitching are holding
their former teammates down.
In tlio olden tinier people lived together only as a
matter of self-protection, for each provided his food,
his own slK-Ker, ms on wearing apparel. Hy ill us
banding tOKt-tlier they could sutt-ctscfuily withstand
attacks of warring tribes or wild beasts. Such tri
bal life was Uien no doubt tlic beginning of our many.
NMed and complicated cononunity life of tills day. .
We Invite your bank account.
3 tAov.ee aoeeee
The American National Bank
Pendleton, Oregon. ."
'Strongest Bank in Cast ait Oregon'
Kast Oregonian Special.)
ATHENA, May 9. Th? Athena high
school bnso ball team won from the
Milton high school team 10 to 9 lu a
fourteen inning game t Athena
Mrs. J. F. Kerr and daughter Mis
Hazel wero I'eudleton visitor Thurs
day. Mrs. If. A. Barrett, has returned
from Portland where sho visited he!
mother Mrs. A. U. McEwen.
Mrs. W. S. Ferguson Was a Pendle
ton visitor Saturday.
M. Watts and W. K, Ferguson
were visitors in Waltsburg Tuesday.
.Mrs. ucorge Groses and Mrs. Fred
dross were In Freewater Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Dunning were 1'ert
dleton visitors Saturday.
Charles Downing and , daughters
Helen and Myrtle were in the city from
Mrs. E. C. Ropers was a guest of
Mrs. Waters in Milton Wednesday.
M. L Watts was a visitor in Pendle
A, number of Athena Dokkies attend
ed the Dokkio meeting In Pendleton
Mrs. D. Scott Fisher was a Pendle
ton visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Dora Sanchca is visiting rela
tives in Portland.
Mrs. McPherrin is visiting at the
home of her daughter Mrs. Fred Os
wald at Helix.
Mr. and Mrs. Blainer Ougger and
children and Mrs. Amiel Schubert and
daughter Miss Velma were Pendleton
Mrs. S. J. Bowles of Seattle Is visit
ing at the home of her daughter Mrs,
F. S. Le Grow.
Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs.
Fred Gross were Walla Walla visitors
Ray Logan was a visitor In Pendle
Rev. and Mrs. V. K. Allison who
have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. Allison's sister Mrs. D. Scott Fish,
cr left Wednesday for Brownsville to
visit before returning to Jerome,
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Richards and son
Roland and Mrs. , Henry Fawk wero
guests Wednesday at the C. O. White
man home In Walla Walla.
Oliver Dickenson and Ernest Chan
dler were Pendleton visitors Saturday.
Mrs. John Barnes nnd children were
guests at the R A. Barnes home in
Miss Rhea Allen was a visitor in
Dr. Henry Collins will hold a one
man Chautauqua in Athena on May 12,
13 and 14. The different churches
are sponsoring the event and a part
of the proceeds will go to them.
Mrs. Hugh Mclntyre and daughters
Mrs. Ralph Cannon and Katheryn Mc.
Intyre were Pendleton visitors Satur
day. The Parent Teacher's Association
gave their farewell reception to tho
teachers Friday evening with .the fol
Trio Mrs. F. D. Watts. Mrs. Mc
Ewan, Mrs. Stephens.
Vocal Solo Miss Thelma DuPuis.
Reading Savannah Smith.
Chorus Etude Club.
Instrumental Solo Miss DuPuis.
Duet Mrs. Reeder and Mrs. Foss.
Solo Mrs. D. L. Stone.
Trio. "Minn.itonka" Mrs. fiton
Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. McEwen.
Refreshments of ice cream and cake
were served after the program.
Mrs. Robert Tharp was a Pendleton
Mrs. Henry Fawk who has been
visiting her brother B. t. Richards
left Friday for her home in Los An-
Tho Live Wires class of Mrs. F. E.
Russell in the Christian Sunday school
enjoyed a party given at the George
Ocrking home west of town, Tuesduy
Charles Gerklnir was a visitor in
n. E. Emmel was In Salt Lake City
the past week attending a buying con.
vention of the managers of the J. C.
The most essential thing in the rearing of a
family is to see that the food that goes into our
bodies is pure and clean, that it is delivered
through clean and sanitary chanels.
It is the ever effort of THE TABLE SUPPLY
to carry only that merchandise that will stand
the test. You will find that quality is para
mount both in our Grocery and Meat Dept. .
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
- U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
jAFRi-P TO SAY T If.
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OFFICE CAT mj i XfIJA I
AaryV General ill the front rank, but nobody !
Ij'f cl wants to trail the straggler behind;
YSk: fSSC"" the mess wagon all creation crouches !
Vlljr 'he feet of tho man who stands for
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dudley and Mr.
and Mrs. Zeph Lockwood were In Pen
Debert Clore of Vale is in the city
for a few days visiting his family.
Mrs. W. P. Llttlcjohn was the guest
of ther sister, Mrs. David Nelson In
Pendleton last week.
Dick Clemmcns was In Pendleton
Saturday. y '
Mrs. W. S. Ferguson has returned
from Nampa, Idaho where she visited
her daughter Mrs. Horace Belknap.
Clifford Walker was a visitor in
Pendleton Saturday. 1
Miss Rhea Allen returned Wednes
day evening from Corvallia where she
was Called on business.
The Baccalaureate services for tho
graduating class of tho Athena high
school will be held in the Christian
church, Sunday, May l", at 11 a. m.,
all the churches uniting. in the ser
.Miss Nina Tharp was a visitor in
The Athena Civic Club will have
their annual picnic and park cleanup
on Tuesday, May 17. This program
will be under the management of the
president Mrs. D Scott Fisher.
Mrs, P. L. McElhaney nnd children
Joseph and Ruth, and Miss Blanche
Johnson, Wilbur Harden and Vernon
Miller were Pendleton visitors Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. Thco Danner of Milton
came over Saturday to visit Mrs. Dan
ner's sisters Mrs. W. K. Wall and Mr.
Charles Dudley before going on to
Portland where they will reside.
Mrs. Homer T Watts has returned
from a short visit to Portland.
Sternberg of the J. Y. p. club were
entertained at the homo of Mrs. Wil
liam Booher Wednesday afternoon.
Painty refreshments were served by
Mrs. Jacob Booher of Pendleton'was
In the city visiting relatives Wednes
day. , ;;...
A -very intertEtlng meeting of the
Missionary Society of the Christian
Church women was held at the home
of Mrs. F. B. Boyd Wednesday after
The state eighth grade examinations
will be given in Athena next Thursday
and Friday. The seventh grade will
take the examination in geography
and the sixth grade will take the exr
amtnatlon in physicology at this time.1
A. J. Walker was a Pendleton visitoi
Saturday. - '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley. Mr.
and Mrs. Theo Danner and Mrs. W. K.
Wall were guests ut the John Muir
home on Birch creek Sunday. i
Mr. and Mrs. S. s. Htttt were visitors
Sunday at Touchet.
COPVftiaHT 1921. BV CDQAK ALLN MOSS.
TRAOC MARK RCOISTCMED U. S. PAT. OFF.
(By Limerick Lou.)
There once was a young girl In Mar-.
And she probably is sttfnewhere there
yet - -v.
Who wis awfully gay.
Always had her own way,
And when she meant yes said "you
Speaking of that Blue Bird Pageant
for Friday the Thirteenth, the Office
Cut blieve8 that unless a fellow has a
rabbit's foot along on an unlucky date
like that, he might find a wise old owl
instead of the Bird of Happiness.
r ' ! To tlio Offhie Cat
Whene'er I rend your column's wit
It makes me laugh with glee
To think at last. I've found a guy
Who's crazier than me.
A kindly word I wish to say '
'TIs stated for your good, .
I've heard that Echo's hungry squlrr'la
Think you'd be good food.
. . I'anhandlo Pete.
The Office Cat while roaming round
last night noted that A. H. Wcndt will
"Hang the Blind." Tough luck for
those sightless fellows and, the O. C. is
Clad aho can see. even tho she's cat
Ed Avcrill confides that a man Im
agines he has a prely good education
until he has two children In school
who do their night work ut home and
want him to help them.
Little by littlo the damning evidence
Why Is it thnt the fellow with the
sour disposition generally has plenty of
Ralph Folsom says he's noticed that
no matter how courteous nnd efficient
nn undertaker may bo his customers
never come back.1
A daily newspaper is to be printed
cn the airplanes traveling between
Paris nnd London. They will be dis
tributed by means of parachutes.
p I iii
ARE your eyes still youth
ful? Are they still send
ing their picture message to
the bruin with tho same clear
ness they did years ago? If not
you should have corrective gluss
es prescribed for them.
When you come hero great
care Is exercised in making the
examinations nnd when glasses
ire needed they ore ground to fit
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STILL ON !
Special Sale On
Regular city selling price $35.00,
. Our sale price 867.50
Regular city selling priced nig
$125.00; our price S77.50
Rugs that sell in the city for $150;
Our price $87.50
All rugs 9x12, no discout for cash as
these sale prices are for cash only.
Cruiksh&nk & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Tour Old iraiUir Taken In Exchange si Fart Payment on New
Eiduafte AfiCiiU in rcatllrfon for Aerolux (o Whip) Torch
ounaav at 'inurnpr t.-. 1- .. .. .... .. im
ABOUT THIS TIME 0' YEArT" i
" V 1 -KE t Ti ll '
lilllR . : - . ANb BUOCKE-0 ,
-iJSj -'""Vrf WMtOi 'tKO&SLj MKBBM
an an added
for cash on
MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGES
The Taylor Hardware Co.
Phone 87' 741 Main St.
U Makes Car Div idends1
Think of an automo
bile as a productive in
stitution not merely an
expense. You buy a car
because it will render
certain valuable ser
vices. It pays dividends
in contentment, recrea
tion, quick transporta
Car performance is
more important than
model or name. Car
upon the dealer who
sells the car. .
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET