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DAILY EAST OREGONIA.N, PENDLETOn, OftEGOn. STtJRDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1021.
People Here and There
Mr. and Mi. L. I. O'Hiira of Wes
ton were carnival vlnltora Friday.
R B. LeGrow, cuxhler of the Klrt
National Dunk of Athona. wan a via
llor ut the carnival IubI nlirht.
Mr. und Mm. C. 11. dray of Pilot
Rork wur here yoHterduy. Tlicy vIm
Ited tho carnliul before ret urn lug
Mi'H. Will Nordeen and dnuKbter of
r)ortlund, und her mother, Mr. K. M.
Wurren of Wenton utteiuled the cur
Mr. und Mm. A. I Douglas are
miemlliiff the week-end at Urn home
of their Bon, Arthur Dounlus, ut bin
rnnrh near Athona.
Duln ltothwoll, tho optician, left to
day on u motor trip to points In Ida
ho. o will return Wednesday or
Mr. and Mm. Ituymond rtlxby were
here today enroute to Westliind. Mr.
lllxby Ih principal of the Hchool ut
Mm. Km ma Iteedor. clerk of School
IMHtrlct No.. 84, was hero today on of
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
To all inembem of organized labor.
All arc reuueHtod to meet ut Union
hall at 8:3" a. in., Monday to take
purt In Decoration Day parade In con
Junction with the American 1-cnlon.
Hcc'y of Central Labor Council.
KSTHA YljD Durliifr fall or winter
from Meai ham creek riniRe: J heif
er branded S. (.'. with bar uudcrneulh
oIho hole In ear. I.llKTal reward for
return, of hh mo to H. C. llittncr
1'AM'AKKH In a Jiffy l.m Kerr'
I'll ttn Urn VXntir '
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Uiangca In School jih.
' Heretofore ll him been ponlblo for
two or more erhool dlntrlcl8 to effect
conxolidallon at the regular annual
election, but a pruvlHlon of a law
adopted at the Ketwliui of tho recent
leKlnlature make It IiokhIIiIb for thin
consolidation to b made at a apeclal
meetlnif called any time during the
vcar. Another change that In noted Ik
mat wherein In the past when one or
more district effected a consolidated,
thn district so formed by the connoll-
datlon received only tho 100 bonus.
Tho change provide that each of the
former districts will bo eligible to re
ceive tho $100.
I'm- Animal Contract.
'I be new form of contract adopted
by tho schools of tho county a little
more than a year ago as an experi
ment whereby the old method of hir
ing toucher by the month wa re
placed by the annual contract I prov
ing so satisfactory that there 1 alight
chance of tho monthly contract ever
being used in I'mutlUa county again.
The change resulted from action
taken by tho school boards of the
county at a convention here, and I
boards urc very favorably Impressed
by the benefits that have resulted In
making tho business of teaching a
year-nround profession, Instead of a
nine or ten months Job every year.
We will jrive away with each 5 pound can of
high trrade special blend Coffee one 4 quart alumi
num stew pan, worth $3.45 at any hardware store.
Here is an opportunity for you to get one of these
hijrh grade everwoar aluminum pans absolutely
free. Something that will be useful to vou every day
in the year. Do not overlook this bargain.
In our meat department we will have plenty of
nice fat hens, veal, mutton, lamb and prime steer
beef for your Saturday's shopping. Prepare for
holidays, as we will be closed Monday.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phon 187 and 188
739 tAin Street
U- S' INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAJN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
IN KEEPING WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
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.
After declinlnif fnr (he rrnst few
days, the price of wheat rose today in '
thn Chicago grain market, May wheat
closing at $1.G9V6 and July at 11.211.
Yesterday May wheat closed at
11.06 and July at 1.27.
Following are the quotation re
ceived by Overbeck & Cooke, local
Open HlKh Low f'lose
.May l.ur, S Jl.M'i fl.fi.', Jl.Clt'i
July 11.29 (1.264 (1.28
May t .63 Vj J .63 vi .-'; .63
July .64 . .Cj4
May I .3(t ( .39 '4 .3' .39 4
July .41 .41 -40S .40
WIIKAT The 'market tyday -wax
cry much of a holiday character and
trading largely in the. way of evening
up contracts. The deliveries of May
contracts failed to depress the posi
tion, while the July likewise displayed
strength despite the predictions of
showers and cooler weather In the
west and southwest, as a matter of
fact there Is no reason why this na
tural movement of wheat to Chicago
to take advantage of prevailing prem
iums should be considered a bearish
factor from a long range view point,
hut simply relieves the tension created
by the entire absence of stocks. The
grain is being moved out at an alarm
ing rate and by the first of July sup
Plies may be so near the exhaustion
point that the Internal move of new
wheat will be welcome rather than
burdensome. With the winter wheat
promise materially reduced, attention
will be diverted to the northwest
where good spring wheat crop must
be raised to prevent a 1921 and 1922
scarcity. The prospects for wheat
prices seems to have been thoroughly
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For the June Bride.
For the Graduate.
Now is the season for gifts
for brides and graduates.
China and glassware offer
, , CANDY JARS
The variety is unlimited.
NOTHING IS RESERVED
FROM THIS GENUINE
Discount on China
and Glass this week
HAM AND EGGS LOWERED'
ALL OTHERS ACCORDINGLY
FROM 11 A. M. TO 2 P. M.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court ' Phone 880
Don't wait until tomorrow to start buying
your groceries for cash at this grocery. The
individual who waited never got there. You
will always be sorry if you delay.
Start today with a purchase.
I Eespain&Lee Cash Grocery
U.S. SOLDO DEAD
IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Our regular prices are
low 20 per cent discount
will give you a saving which
can not be disregarded.
THIS WEEK ONLY,
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
English Imported Ware
Hawkes and Pairpoint
Etch Glass in all Designs.
reservations can be made
this week for future delivery '
Special Memorial Services
Will be Held in Four Largest
Cemeteries in France.
TAIUS, May 28. (Webb Miller, V.
P. Staff Correspondent.) American
soldier dead throughout Kuropc will
be honored Monday by their compa
triots and citizens of the countries
where tho bodies He. Wreaths will be
placed by representatives of the Am
erican Legion on each or more than
fiS.oon graves in France, fireat Itrit
ain, Italy and Hclprium. Special ser
vices will he held In the four his
cemeteries In this country at Suresnes,
Homainip, Hclleau und IJony. .Mar
shal 1'etaln will make tho memorial
day address nt Siiresnes.
Hear Admiral Magnifier and Urisa-1
dlcr C.cneral Johnston will speak at
Helleau In the morning iul Chateau
Thierry in tho afternoon. Hrigadlcr
General Parker, who commanded the
first division, will conduct the services
at Ploisy. In l'aris tho service will
begin tomorrow In the American
churches. Ambassador Wallace will
deliver an address and later lay n
wreath on the statue of Washington
and the grave of Lafayette.
Be-rf McKlnnon Dies
Hert McKlnnon. aged 3S. died last
night at the Stale itospitnl. The body
will be shipped to Stevenson, Wash
ington, fur burial.
Mr. Car Owner
The business of E. T. Walker Repair Shop will be
known in the future as Walker & Ocker Repair Shop.
Mr. Ocker, well known mechanic, takaing over a half
interest. All business will run in the future as before.
Catering to all automobile labor.
. Washing, Greasing, Repairing and Storage
Walker & Ocker
Service Car Day and Night '
Shop Phone 445 Residence Phone, 350
717 Garden Street
Funeral Is Held
The funeral of t lie late Mrs. Florence
Iturlow was held here yesterday after
noon. The pall hearers were Frank
Curl, Klbert Cnstcel, A. W. Hugg K. G.
Warner. George Carnes and L. C.
Scharpf. Mrs. Harlow, who formerly
resided here, died in Texas.
Ilridgc Is Closed.
Tho t'matllhi bridge is closed, ac
cording to announcement made today
by Krnest ("rockutt, secretary of the
Fsstern Oregon Auto Club. Traffic
now will be routed through I'llot
Kock or Kcho, to Lexington on the
t'1'ej.'on-Washington highway, join
ing the Columbia highway ut Willows.
F.hlbit nt Library
A fbi'i exhibit of the wild flowers of
("regiiii Is to be shown nt the county
library during the state convention of
the ( Tcuim Federation of Women's
Clubs, May .11, June 1. and 3, by
Prof. A. I!. Sweetsir of the University
of luvgoh. Prof, and Mrs. Sweetser
arrived hem this morning and are ar
ranging to show the collection In space
given them In the adults' reading room
the rhildren"s room and the stack
rotjfii. professor Sweetser Js to . lec
ture on rei;,in f loners Thursday aft
PLEASURE CAR AND TRUCK
Garden and Water St?. Phone 177
Oldfield & Peterson
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It's pood news vou know it
is this mdioal roriuction of
$140 on the Model II Lalley
Light and Home Electric Power Plant. Bn do ytm
realize the importance of taking advantage of thia un
This greatly redured pn'ee of $4S5 is an arbitrary price
and this offer is being made for the month of May
Unless the dcmaticT is (mfliciVnt to Veep the Tjallej fac
tories going at full speed, it will be necessary to increase
the price June 1st.
Remember this low price of $485 is for the New, Bigger,
Better, More Powerful Model II Lallev, the highly re
fined plant that "LVw More Does It Better" the
plant that is fully guaranteed for one year including
This is your first diance and It Tuay De your last to -cure
thia thoroughly reliable and efficient plant at to Vow
Call, telephone or write for tie facta. Learn how fh
Lalley will pay for itself.
BE SURE SEE THE LALLEY FIRST
Stiirris & Stnrh
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