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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
J. C. Penney Co.. A Natiop-Wide Institution
Special (Sews of Umatilla Co.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1021.
fKsst T'K"iiintt Special.)
I'M A PINK, Mny . On Thursday
iho two year old rhild or Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kelso was badly scalded by
having Iron i!:-fl in a pan of writer
l.y li mother while it was having a
nnviiMnn. The pan was Mttlng on
lie Move with hut a chip fire under it
nnd the water In it s but lke warm.
Mis. Kelso not realizing the bottom
of the pan wns hot placed the baby In
the water during the ronvlusion nd
not until It recovered and was remov
ed did she realize its injuries. The
hahv'n grand mother Mrs. Anna Vioyce
mid her brother J. A. Records had left
that mot-Dins for a vis" to Canada.
They were wired for nnd will assist
Mrn. Kelso In taking care of the little
M. O. rtcauchnmp during the past
week nas unfortunate in hwlng a pure
bred shorthorn cow valued at r,rt.
On Satutday night Mr. and Mrs. Mel
While entertained the card club at
their home north of V'maplne. A
most pleasant evening was spent and
lxne Hoon and Mrs. Pan J.'KIrk wert
winners of the first prise while Mr.
and Mm. J. K. Jones won consolation
urines. At midnight a splendid supper
was served. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Jones. Mr. and Mrs.
j lan J Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. O.ood-
man. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Phillips. Mr.
end Mrs. Iino Moon, Mr. and Mrs.
15. K. Hoan, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Itaxtcr
and Mrs. Hainan.
Sunday evening at the Presbyterian
church the graduates of the I'maplne
hith school attended the Pacoaluurenle
senniui delivered by Ilev. If. S. Itolch
aid, pastor of the Presbyterian church
of Walla Walla. His subject for the
evening discourse was "See That Thou
Make All Things According to the Pat.
tern Showed to Thee in the AWmnt.'
l!ev. J. W. Stockton cave the Invoca
tion "while Miss. Zella Hoon played
the processional and Mrs. J. D. Harrah
sang a beautiful solo. The graduates
are as follows: Delia Records, Mar
jorie Wynans, Joe Records, Lionel l.e
lloux, Paul Jones. Karl Peffley. and
Kieth McPnniel. On Thursday even
ing of this week the Commencement
exercises will take place with Prof.
Keed of O. A. O. Riving the graduating
On last Wednesday afternoon the
high school boys gave a picnic up the
Walla Walla river complimenting the
girls of the high school. Huge hamp
ers of delicious chicken, pickles, cakes,
pies nnd ice erenm were provided by
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FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
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the. young gentlemen nnd a Jolly day
was spent by the crowd.- The high
school teachers accompanied the
party. Also on the same day the fifth
grade of the school entertained the
sixth grade with a picnic over on the
banks of the crook near Kirks.
Tom KYhrnhnchor left for Demi,
Ore., on Monday morning where he
has a position awaiting him. He made
the trip by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jones leave
Thursday for Albany where thoy will
visit with friends and relatives. Next
week they go to Eugene to attend
Claude Heale returned from Port
land and Albany on Saturday night.
Hoy liecords came homo on Friday.
They were delegates from Hudson Hay
lodge to Grand Lodge of the I. O. O.
It- H Bean left Wednesday for
Portland where he was called on
Mrs. Phillips hug been visiting nor
brother John Allen during the past
Delia Martin has been appointed
postmistress nt Iturbank, Wash.
On Monday evening Dealtry Bean
entertained at a dinner for Mary Beck
who leaves this week t"r her home In
Corvallis. Those present were Gladys
and Delia, ttecords, Mary Beck, Irene
Hoon, Viola Delioux and Dealiry
tin Friday night the Grangers are
having another of their private dances
at the hall. Only Grangers are Invited
Kvans Kirk and Willie Dixon were
Sunday guests with r.alprt and Paul
Many ranchers In the Hudson Bay
country this week began the cutting
of their first crop of alfalfa hay. The
crop Is heavy and weather Ideal for
harvesting. Next week the cutting
will be more general. Wages this year
have dropped materially as farmers
are only paying $1.50 to $2.00 a day.
At the price received for hay last year
and the wages paid for labor the farm
er came out at the small end of the
fca a tBi rs
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(F-ast dregnnian Special.)
ADAMS, May 30. A surprise dish
nnd linen shower was given to r. and
Mrs. I, L. Lieuallen after they moved
into their new home. Those who at
tended were Rev. Ijither, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Carl Christian and daughter Le
one, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lieuallen nnd
and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lieuallen,
Francis Lieuallen. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel
la Lieunllan. Mr. and Mrs. G. t). Rich
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larabee,
and sons Rochick and Clyle. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dupuis and Irene and
Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyer and
Helen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex McKenzie,
and Maclene, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kid
by". Mr. and Mrs. T. A. IJelauuen, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Giess, Mr. and Mrs. Otar
Lielauuen, Mrs. Klla Bowling, Mr. aad
Mrsc. Chas. Shaltz, Mrs. Gate, Mr. an 1
Mr. and Mrs. George Woodward and
children. Mr. and Mrs. Lieuallen mot
ored to Pendleton and returned
about 9 p. m. to find their home In
darkness and filled with friends, rela
tives and neighbors. They were verv
much surprised. A dainty luncheon
Carl Christian, Bert Kirby, and O.
L. Lieuallen went to the river fish
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Haler and son
John motored to the city of Pendleton
Monday and were in Adams in the ev
ening. Mr. Hoffer of thhe Athena bank
motored through Adams Thursday on
his way to Pendleton.
Rowland Morrison motored to Ad
a"ms this evening.
Will Holdman is having his first
crop of alfalfa. hay cut today by Jack
Birche Darner has been on the sick
list this week and in doing nicely.
Brown Stockton of Milton and Mr.
Goratly of Milton are business visit
ors in Adams today.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lieuallen and
Doris and Dena motored to Pendleton
Sunday to see the ball game.
Daniel Kemhler. Roy M.nioy and
Lloyd Inman motored to Pendleton
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wallon nnd fam
ily were surprised when a number of
neighbors and friends arrived nt their
new home for an evening's social en
tertainment. Of those who attended
were Mr. and Mrs. Kvnrd McCollem
and fnn lly, Mr. nnd Mrs, (1. Spencer.
Mrs. Beck Clark, Clarence Power,
Hazel Angler, Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Bunch nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Inman, Lloyd Inman, lna Wallan, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy nerougn nnd .family,
Mr. and Mrs. Wert and son, Mrs. Burt,
Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Lnfave and
family.1 Games were played and a
lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bunch nnd fam
ily motored to Pendleton today.
Mr. and Mrs. Krwin Mann nnd son
motored to Adams today.
Mr. and Mrs. Karrier and daugh
ter and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd and chil
dren of Portland, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krehs Sun
day. Xrrs. Nebran and son nnd Mr. and
Mrs. H. Nebran of Idaho are the
guests of her mother, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ida Stall and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray for the week-end.
Evard .McCollem and Gladys Spen
cer were In Pendleton today.
Mrs. Garth Stoll went to Pendleton
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pearl Haler motored
to Adams Tuesday.
J. O. Haler and son John and Sa
linas Reiner motored to Adams today.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley and
Gergill visited In Adams this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sholtz nnd
Charles and Bene, and Mrs. Gerto
motored to Pendleton Thursday.
Miss Wilma and Helen Boyer. Mrs.
Inman, lna Wallon, Mrs. Evard Mc
Collem and son, Mrs. Roy Deverough
and- Earnle Devough were Pendleton
Sam Wyrick, who is working for
Mr. Schrimp. was kicked by one of
the mules last evening. He lost eight
teeth, cut his lip so that the doctor
had to take five stitches In It and re
ceived a broken and dislocated Jaw
Mrs. J. J. Ralston of Walla Walla,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Hnle for the week-end.
Lincoln Blackburn of Milton,
passed through Adams on his way
to his ranch at Hermiston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Hales and John
motored to Pendleton today.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Dupuis and
Irene and Francis motored to Adams
The Kllla Watt Girls
There are two red-headed nurses
out at St. Anthony's hospital and the
Offiscat is wondering why some ef
ficiency expert hasn't recommended
that all the girls be dazzling Titian
as a means of reducing the electric
AVc FVar Libel Suits.
Will our multitude of loyal and
gifted contribbers please sign their
regular monickers to contribbers
henceforth? I n it in Is rr noma do plume
only will be used tor puDlirntion, un
less otherwise specified.
Judge "What Is the charge?"
Policeman "Intoxicated, your hon
or". Judge (to Vflsoncr) What's your
Prisoner "Refer Gnnn, sir".
Judge "Well, Gunn, I'll discharge
you this time, but don't get loaded
The next door naybor who has tak
en a few, says many a Jodrlde turns
out to be a Jaw ride.
A Case of First Cntoli Your Crab
We note that the ladles from New
port will bring their own crabs for
THE VALEDICTORIAN REHEARSES.
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Your Old Furniture Taken in Exchange Fart Payment on New
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An extra pair of knickers is often worth as
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You'll like the neat Norfolk styles, we are
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VJL DEPARTMENT &T0RE3
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
the crah feed to be given Wednesday
evening for the state convention of
tho Oregon Federation of Women's
clubs. The Offiscat rises to announce
that there nre no crabs In penrdoton
except the ones we eat and even tho
edible ones arc scarce around these
One Man's pcT)ilexinr Problems
What has become of the automobile
thie ves who used to steal cars? I've
oeen reading the papers pretty care
fully and every time 1 hear of a car
being stolen I've hurried around there
und left mine in that very spot. Ilut
up to dale nobody has offered to take
it. What would you advise me to do?
Why not drive It up and down Main
street, crossing tho railroad ; tracks
on Webb and Main near the o.-W.
station, a few times each day for a
week. That orta finish it.
A Poston taller announces that,
for a limited period he will sell J25
suits nnd topcats for 27.fiO. Hurry,
Tho new typist determined to make
a good Impression upon her chief. She
turned up half an hour early and be
gan tidying up the room. When that
was done she examined her type
writer, discovered it In a shocking
condition, found a bottle and gave it
a thorough oiling. While about it she
examined nil the other typewriters in
the office and oiled them. too. There
Is nothing, she thought, like making
oneself Indispenslhle! Her chief r-
Catarrh It a local dlseasa greatly Influ.
t???1. constitutional conditions.
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All Druggists. Circulars free
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohla
rived. He looked around him with an
air of satisfaction nnd crossed to his
desk. Then his smile changed to a
frown. "Miss Smith," he snld, "hnva
vou seen nir cough mixture?"
"7; f ji
For three generations
mothers have successfully usd
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as a saf i remedy for the relief of
cold, cough, croup and whooping couth.
It it pure, wholesome, and children liko
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the two terrort of childhood.
Kn. W. H. Tlttn, Littla Back, Ark.,
wriua thin "Mj littla m; bad a tm at
tack of croup, but two doaoo of Foley's Hoaor
and Tar relieved sun, aad he weat hack to
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