East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 26, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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People Here and There
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Irene I'uttcrson of t'llot Hock shop-,
hiwl III,,',, (AlluV
Ellis McCoy of Echo trammeled
business hero yostorduy afternoon.
TIiihIiicm brought Guy R. Toii.it here
yesterday from IiIn home In La Grande.
J. E. fiinlth of liend waa In I'endlc.
ton yesterday taking cure of business
matter,
Nova Starr, Vclma Ulncgur, Doris
Halt, W. Van Emun anil Harvey
Starr of Walla Wallu wore hero yes
tcrduy afternoon.
George II, Snell, a reHldent of I'-n-dlclon
several yearn ago, was hero to
day from his homo In Wulla Wulla
meeting old frlmula and ucquulnl
UllCCH.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
uiGi; crowd
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Kaluto Valued at (I5,0H.12.
An Inventory of the eBtate of the
Into Flunk A. Michael has been filed
by Kstella A. Michael, administratrix.
The Inventory shows that tho valua
tion of tho estate In 6u,3!itl.l2. I'rop
erty In Umatilla, Morrow mid Multno
mah counties Ih Included In the
Jim Funk of Enterprise I here as
sisting l- A. Clark, Boston wool buy.
er, In loading wool shipments which
have heiii consigned to JluloweM,
Jones und Donald.
l'lned I or IIIckiiI 1'ohkcshIoh.
Nelson Houlhorlund and Ted Bald
win, urrestcd hint night by Deputy
Sheriff K. II. n.uirway were fined thin
morning In the court of JunIIcc Joe
11. Tal ked on a charge of having whin-
key In their possession Illegally. Their
fines were '.0 each. Jioth men paid.
Kred Oa.iklll, prominent farmer of
l.a Grande, drove over to J'endleton
yesterilay. Me U assisting in the
worn rniuii county In fining to Im
prove t lie Old Oregon Trail.
Crow's Feet, Wrinkles.
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tmarged
Pores
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Pr.trtl New
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Coantatag
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Bottom Ilk
Mhi
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Vote) on TV aclM'iiigCH
Whether the actions or the Uniatll
lu school board In Including In Ita
budget an Item of $51100 for the con
struction of two cottages as homes for
teachers will be ratified depends on
the action taken by voters at the spe.
ctal eleetlon June 7. It -,s one of the
measure that will bo referred to the
people.
KlH-rlff Returns With Prisoner.
Sheriff Zoeih Houser returned nt
noon from linker where he went yes
terday after Klchurd Button, 16 years
old, who walked away frfom the lawn
of the court house wnere fie was work
ing 11 h a tniKty. Sutton thinks he
would have been iiafe It had not been
for pictures of hlm that were sent to
officials ull over this section of the
country within three hours after he
disappeared. He went to tho city
Jail at llaker with a number of hoboes
to get a night's lodging. He was nev
er relieved frm Jail, the picture
proving all tho Information needed to
prove his undoing.
The first application of Howard'
Ilutii rmilk Omni will astonish, von.
The dullest, most llfHeu complexion
Is turned to rndlant boauty und red or
rmih hsnils or nrm iim.l snowy
white -,.? there Is nut the sliahtest sign
of its use. It actually vanihn from
slBht and the most heatid atmosphere
will not produce the least ahinincus or
greanlneaa of the akin.
No matter whether you are troubled
with a' poor complexion, wrlnkl . puf
flneffa around the eyen, crnw'a feet or
lines around mouth, or Just a almple
rollKhneaa of the laee, hands or arms
caused by wind or aun. you w ill rind
that th--s trouhles will nulrklv dliui
pear with Hie uae of Howard's Hutter
intlk Cream.
To prove this to your complete, sat
lafnetion. Ret a parkage today at any
first rlana drug or tollt goods counter.
Insist on Howard's Huttermilk Cream,
no other Cnani can take ita place. If
you cannot obtain. ml 10 eenla silver
or atampa for generous trial package
or Cream and Soap to Howard l:ro.
Company, Waahlnaton Nreet. Itiir
ralo. N. V. All druggists can supply
you.
LONDON", May :.-(tr. r.)The
first break In the ranks of the striking
Hrltlsh coal miners occurred when 600
Shropshire miners returned to the
pits.
CAIll.l'. WINNTO III ItCIIlM,
SHANGHAI, May 26. (A. I'.)
On tho recent occasion when Win
aton Churclilll left Loudon on his mis
sion to Jerusalem the Shanghai Zion
ist organization addressed a cable
message to him at Palestine. H read
1 he hhanghal Zionist Association
bids you hearty welcome to lsreul's
binil and expresses confidence In the
fulfillment of our two thousand years'
old aspirations."
The Big Show Is On
Come hungry to the show and get your meal at
the Table Supply booth. We are going to serve you
Happy Home Canned Fruits and Hot Rolls made
from Olympic Flour.
Oh, Boy, they will be good with a slice of our fa
mous Brookficld Butter. ABSOLUTELY FREE.
"TIE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOOD YEAR
Proprietors
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Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
SPECIAL
1 OVENGLASS CASSEROLE, 8 INCH SIZE
and
ONE 5 POUND CAN COFFEE
STEEL CUT HIGH GRADE
FOR $3.50
HOW TO USE FRY OVENGLASS
l to not take It out of the oven wflh a wet cloth.
2 Do not knock it una''1"' glnss or when hot let It come in contort too
suddenly with cold water or cold metal. ' ' ,
3 Do not put It over a blaae. ,
lit'AUAMI ,i:
This Rlnss Is made for oven use only and Is Biinronteed not to break
while In the oven If above precautions are heeded.
H. 3. FRY Ol.AHH COM HAN T.
PayCash Receive More Pay Lest
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 EL Court Phone 880
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wine iii IxjuIb Fourteenth (lesiun Is
shown In the Kawtelle booth, which '
has been transformed Into a formal
dlnlnir room with furniture from
Cruikuhank & Hampton.
Nye-Ward Vo.
Shoes and hose for the entire fum
lly aro shown by the Nye-Ward Co ,
aKiilnts a seltinK allowing futuristic
medallions of blue and yellow.
'J'liouuu hhop,
A reproduction of the Main street
show window of the Thomaa Shop Is
used ut their booth. Among the ap
parel shown Is a drexs of red and blue
checked Kronen. gliiKhum and white
oimindy, showing rosettes of tho Bing
ham on the oversklrt, a dress of blue
doited Hwlss and a sports' dress of
white combined with a wonderful
simile of oranne,
Oivwient Pry Good Co.
Lovely sports apparel Is shown
amonif the ladies wear at tho Cresent
Dry joods Dooth. A skirt of pink and
white und another of lemon and
white, are moat attractive. In a glass
case urc shown duinty accessories for J
the fashlnnahel woman of today.
Van Pn l,ninber Co.
A miniature. houne la shown by the
an Pelten Lumber Co. It oppeurs
against a back ground of beautifully
kruined wood .
Warrcn'a Maslc Houne.
An Klllngton piuno, with Rdlson and
Victor phonographs, form the War
ren's Music House display. The ma
chines are kept goinir and furnish en
tertainment for the thronus.
M orklnginro' Cloth nz Sloro.
For the man who works, the Work
ingman's Clothing store offers high
boots, overalls, glove, shirts and other
clothing that la substantial and of
good quality.
t.adwu's Ilnrerwi Shop.
Everything displayed at the Oadwa
booth was made in Pendleton. Here
are shown harness, awnings, auto
cushions and other products.
CrnikHliank & Iluniptini
A breakfast room furnished fn blue
end Ivory enamel i the offering of
Crulkidiank & Hampton. The furni
ture coimuua of table and chairs, aide
IhM,. und lump, shown in a setting of
blue.
Bond Hi-othcr
r-ometning or tne benefits whJch a
town reaps from a business firm are
shown In the posters displayed In the
Hond Hrothers exhibit. One rcadi
"Forty four people ure employed by
Hond Hrothers." Another states that
the firm him an annual payroll of
H1.S00. Displayed In the booth are
suits, shoes, hats, shirts and other
men's wear, a well as luggage.
- J. C. ITiHM-y Co.
Clothes for men and women -arej
shown by the J. c Penny Co. Besides ,
tha snappy styles for men, the firm
shows sports wear fori women, silk I
petticoats, and hats. One model la of
green and white with effective cm
broidery, with hat to match, and an
other Is of black and white. All models ;
were Imported from New York and the !
exhibit will be changed daily. j
Oiffep Demonstrated
Miss Hetty KitzJarrcll Is demonstrat
ing Dependable Coffee and Tru Klue
cookies for Alexander's and tho booth
is olio of the oases tn the pavilion,
II. I Iltirmiiglia
The panel work done by B. U Bur
roughs is shown In the Eurroughs ex
hibit. The walls of the booth arc
made of paneled doors of beautifully
grained Oregon fir. This forms a
background for a tiny white Colonial
house, perfect In every detail.
Crawford & Hedges
t'ltra-fashlonablo is the brown ma
hogany frosted reed furniture shown
by Crawford and Hedges. The set
consists of davenport and chairs up
holstered In taupe velour, and talking
machine, table and bird cage, the lat
ter fully equipped with a twittcrinc
yellow canary.
Itainlcj- & co.
A few feet beyond the entrance of
Happy Canyon one will see a booth
with lljo figure of a horse above the
archway. Tho booth is occupied by
the exhibit of Huniley & Co., and the
Information was given out yesterdav
that the little hcrno is a colt of the
big one that advertises the Hamlev
store uptown. Miniature awnings are
In place on a pillar in tho booth, and
some saddles are on display. The
booth is decorated in a checkerboard
effect In black and white. No horse
shoes were up today, but they probably
Wilt he added later In the carnival.
Koepnn Drug Co.
At the place -where there Is a lot of
red with dashes of green and yellow
the Turkish lady presides over per
fumes and other toilet necessities that
are being shown by Koeppen's. The
domicile of the lady la a very nttrnc
tlee place, and many visitors paused to
admire the decorations, and the cos
tume worn by the dark oyed Turk.
Pendleton Drug Co
Ttexall products are In evidence
when one sees the display of the Pen
dleton Drug Co. ite.iutiful kadok
GhinaandGlassware
20 Reduction -
IN KEEPING WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL
We are offering a genuine saving to the community as a special attraction. We never have
sales, but the importance of the occasion has caused us to offer all lines of china and glass
ware at a special discount of 20 per cent for this week only.
Reservations can be made for future deliveries at this special price.
For the June Bride.
For the Graduate.
Now is the season for gifts
for brides and graduates.
China and glassware offer
many suggestions: ,
VASES
; BOWLS
SALAD SETS
LUNCH SETS
CANDY JARS
COLOGNES
The variety is unlimited.
NOTHING IS RESERVED
FROM THIS GENUINE
REDUCTION.
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Discount on China I
and Glass this week I
A Real Reduction
All goods are marked at
regular prices only you are
entitled to a
20 Per Cent Discount
on all purchases made 'this
week.
Bavarian Chinas
English Imported Ware
Hawkes and Fairpoint 1 1
Cut Glass
Etch Glass in all Designs.
Reservations can be made
this week for future delivery
Our regular prices are
low 20 per cent discount
will give you a saving which
can not be disregarded.
THIS WEEK ONLY
-cJeujelery
the best essay In the school. Alisa
Thelma lilanchctt was prescipcl xv.tn
the silver medal und Miss Florence
Mytinger u freshman capture J the
third prize, a bronze medal.
(Continued on page 6.)
HIGH SM NOTES !
I:- -wil
WIFE TAKES
HUSBANDSADVJCE
And Is Made Well Again
by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Springfield, Mass. "The doctor told
my husband that I had to have an oper
ation, oincrwise i
would be a sickly
woman and could not
have any more chil
dren on account of
my weakened con
dition. I refused to
have the operation.
My husband adked
me to try Lydia E.
Pinkham s Vcgcta-
lile Comwund to see
if it would not help
me. For the first
four months I could do but little work, !
had to lie down most of the time, was
nervous and could eat hardly anything,
but my husband was always reminding
me to take the Vegetable Compound,
which I did. Of my eight children this
last one wag the easiest birth of all and
1 am thankful for your Vegetable Com
pound. I recommend it to my friends
when I hear them complaining about
their ills." Mrs. M. Nat.LE, 72 Fre
mont ht., tpringheld, Mass.
Sickly, ailing women mak
homes, and after reading Mrs. Na tale's
1 4 j;.-. l
ailing women make unhappy
d after readme Mrs. Na tale's
letter one can imagine now this home
was transformed by her restoration to
health. Every woman who suffers from
such ailments should give Lydin E. Pink-
nam s Venerable t-ompound s
1. 1! onrolv worth whi
nnound a lair trial.
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FrcMimcii (iie Program Members
of the Freshman class entertained thejs
siudent uoiiy tins morning vim tin
uKsembly. Vernon Fowler, president
of the class, acted as cii.Orman. Vlvlnr.
Estcs wan flint to appear, w'th a pi
ano nolo and Dorothy ftrnUKban fol
lowed with a recitation. Violet HoiIr
sen Kanpr a solo ucconinanlcd on tho
piano by Miss Thelma Akey. Evelyn
Oudley gave a, reaiT-rip and members
of the freshmen class In the Girls'
Glee Club Kuve two selections, l.crc
nc Kins rendered a piano solo and
Miss Tliclma Akey gave a .readln.-r.
Klchurd Warimtrom cnterlal.ied for
KCNCrul minutes with rurtonmmr the
prominent students In the school. T!ir.
program was prepared by mcniiers
of the class with the assistance f Mlsr
Kllz.ftx t ll Srvt rence. faculty d !t jr.
Medals Iii-scntwl Tho medulu f
fered by the Painon Lodirc K. of V.
for 1 lie best essay on Amecii ar.ls.u
were presented at the assembly this
mornlne; hy Austin" t.-indrettt ' Mb.
Aem- Mule won the void medi'l fur
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30 and 50 gal. bbls.,
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given on all kinds of roof
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Pendleton Prosperity
The proof of prosperity of any locality is demonstrated by the
number of individual home owners and home loving people.
Make Pendleton a "City of Homes." Decide today.
BUILD A HOME
Use the assistance of this company and see your home before it is
built. Call investigate the service.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Wc have a complete stock of every necessity in the building line.
PANELS, LUMBER, ROOFING, WINDOWS AND ALL
B. L. Burroughs, Inc.
Exclusive Representatives of the National
Builders Bureau
See Our Booth at the Carnival
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