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THILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1021.
"Aw, Take Mekong, Daddy ! "
No Price Is Right
Nation's Head Exprosscd Hope
That Future Bring Less Need
For Further Sacrifices.1
in' ' :-
f . 1 I F f , -sssA
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If: AO ,V .'-'V
lf Jv f r - ,
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make their clothes
as good as they can
and they make the
price as low as they j
can then they say:
Willy ncW. Sr. nd Jr. LL'.tlc ' " h
nlm In California while Wally. Sr.. fcov v.t to var la M Uur pk.
''ur o( "Peter Ibbttr.on." maite by rurumount.
" FROM THE PEOPLE
i,or.i. iNsi'i.rrioN woitK.
If you're not satisfied
that both quality and
price are right money I
I'oitUuiiU Ore., Alu.v
slKilllor Kiuit UivKonlun:
SI Tin' ciu-IokkI cI11Iiik u mullril to
iHI thin ofiu e lv one ol Hie ilulryn.i'ii
lwho Is rurnlHhlnK n"X ,0 ,h'' '"' "''
i'..n, Hi-ton. aecomixinl''" i "
3 inrt: "Wo you will nee the kimc-kiwi
Ithe diilrymen ln're huve In Htaini
jfrom imue' which ougtH lo he lunwt-
1 While In u way this editorial mlirhl
!le ronshlcreil as a ci tllilioii iliieetly
3 jaicalust thin ol'l'lcc. however, I do not
1 look iiiKin It u Hitch, hut I do think
S'n... .iiliinatlon to you of the
s I work done ly oiir deputit-M while In
reiidh ton and vkililty would ue 01 in
terect to yn.
imr di iii'tie.s were in Pendleton and
H I vicinity for some three weeku; for two
weeks we nail inree uenmv "..,
, fei'H I'll Id
Notkes reiiuestlnif lmroveimntn
I,. u,,nlii,i v eoni lllons, eoinu-."-
natlons, seizures, eie.
Sediment tests made.
f'ows tuhereiillne tested
e Kinilpiiient IVelnir InMuMwl.
New Milk Houses
New Milk Putin
New Milk Strainers
I New row Hums
New Cement Floors In ow l.arns
New Milk OO'ileds
Cow llarns Whitewashed
SlaURhter houses repaired, whlte-
NKW Vh;k, .Nicy It'i. (... I. )
Preslduiii iiirdlu)( in u mrinurlal day
iiiMMig to the Aiiierlcaii LeKloni mud
I'lilillr Inst nlk'ht. expressed hope that
Iho future would lulni! less need for
fun her nalionul Huurarieus, The ni-
sane follows: fc t ,, ,
"Amei'leunM havii never hen- ntueh
k'lven to tin esliil'llshment oP holidays
nnd fete days. Perhaps our national
life has I'een no short, mul entirely
within so uuitier vf fa't and practical
, ii perloil or mo woriu s n siory utar wo
I hnvp heen Utile moved hy the wnll
jlmcnls that such leciudnns lislre. Yet,
41 1 1 think no nation ha ver estaldlsheil
2d' i nalloiml ihi" of roimecTaOon that
T.j, I'epii'fenled more lofty and eiinold
,l!hii seiillinent llian does our national
nienioii.il duy. To Its observance w
have hroiiKht the full measure of Bin
cere reverence and ijrnllinilc that a
.'O1 Kl eal iniiM' in pvrr 4,1 'iimji t.viii-
inn' Him nief inaue ine uieiu iwieii
fiee hi Its Isdialf. ,v , ' , '
Memoriiil day ninrk our recognition
JSIi'f those who, from our national he-
ulnnliiKS, have deserved the most that
the nation could Hive of uratllnile and
appreciation. It reminds that In every
Kenerntlon, from LexInKlon to tho
AiKonne, our valorous son have well
deserved tho highest tribute that a na.
tiuit, fortified, defended, preserved
Coll Id Klve to tlietn. Whenever tho
I demand h is come, and wherever U
I niav have called the sons of our proud
, 1 i
wasoeti ""f - ,, -, .. t , .. or... 1
.'... it n 11. n Otis hi""." .......
New lualns In Cow Hums ..
Itut-proof flour rooms
Screened smoked meat C(ises. .
New hide rooms
Screen poich und lard room.
!two of these deputies, which are j0i,y l.eriy hoxe '
itlioiouclily experienced and trained yuy iterry Crates
linen, were doinir sanitary Inspection M,.ut, spoiled and rancid, lbs...
iwork most of the time, the third cream, sour and fermented, lbs.
lOOmOfO 65EATEST BEPARTMFNT r9
3 WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE BBS
ileputy. Mr- lauch, formerly a refi
Ideiit of Pendleton, practically spent
5 I his entire time In InspectlnR the dal
lri.. iiiiieii simolv milk to the city of
Slaughter houses, Insanitary and
unfit for use
Cow burns, poor construction
3 Pendleton, and hlu report to me In 'p,,rv closed, eiiulpmeiit con
iwmmR fypfpT an
I IW I I IVItl I ILW UU LUI llll
tempiins to round up the Indian cut-I In 1915 an uprtsinK occurred amonjr
tie thieves. Following the klllinjr the Hie same trlls? near P.luff. I'tah. The
rest of the band took to thn inoun- j nnans were separated in two bands
tains, shoutim,' that they wonid ii-tmnl , . . V ,
ui -j" umtt'., 1 lit) ruTiuii u sixuiiK
foit at Comb Wash, I'tah.. (ieneral
SALT IAKB CITY. Mav 3". If
with n mforceinetits. Posses at once
were organized at Mnnticelo and
iHlaadimr. It was discovered that the
Kedmen had cut the wires between
, P.ed llluff and PlnndinK.
j t'niled Slates Marshal Xebeker of
Salt Ijike has been appealed lo for
yona from which they rustle cattle.
Marshal Nebeker said the entire band
should be arrested aX whatever cost,
In order to prevent all future trouble.
HI H M Kl
I'.t Another outbreak of tho i iv
dians of I'tah and Colorado is expect- jhelp.
d by authorities. The situation arose to t!
today when an Indian was killed In noi s Secretary. Lamar Nelson, udvrft
San Juan county while County Anor- ed the adjutant yeneral to have troops
luy Keller and Sheriff Hide were at-' in readiness.
Hugh Scott, a veteran of former In
dian nan, went to the scene. So
great was the respect of the Indians
for this soldier that they aureed to an
He ut once referred the matter armistice and returned to the Colorado
governor's office. The inner-1 reservation. Many of the renegades
now bein soupht have never acknow
ledged the sovereignty of Cnlted
Slates. Thev stay hidden in box can-
Toe United States department of
Agriculture is equipping a steamship
to use as a practical laboratory in
which to study the shipping of citrous
frvrtu and apples from the Pacific
coast to eastern markets by way of the
Panama canal. Cargo space will be di
vided into compartments havinp vari
ous conditions of temperature, humid
ity and ventilation.
IS i person was, that ho found the dal
H!rytncn not only willing but anxious to
3 comply with the necessary regulations
:and that he felt the njilk sup'ply for
,the city of Pendleton vvnnld be much
5 i improved. Of course you appreciate
Si that the matter of the tuberculin lest
2 i for dairy rows Is handled entirely by
;ir. Lytle. State Veterinarian, and his
report to me Is that the cows in me
vicinity of Pendleton have mostly all
been tested. Of course, If the people
of the city of Pendleton wish their
milk supply to be 1U per cent pure
so far as tuberculosis Is concerned.
labour the only way in which they
can reach this is fcy passing a cuy or
dinance regulating same.
I am also pleased to enclose to you
a detailed statement covering the
work of our deputies while in Pen
dleton and vicinity.
Very truly yours,
C. 1.. HAW1.I.KY.
Dairy and Food Commissioner.
denincd, rondltton 'insanitary,
cow was diseased
Milk house. Insanitary and con
Dairy closed until put In sanl
Restaurants closed until law
complied with as to sanitary
Putter box coudeinned and gro
Slaughter houses closed until
law compiled with as to sanl-
j 1 laty requirements
I Cesspools condemned, fines Im
P.asements ordered cleaned be
cause of stagnant water stand
ing in same
Cows ordered killed because of
T. U., order given through
3, Hill cans of blackberries ordered re
processed. l.'iiin lbs. of laid, r.s and 10s, not pro
lis lbs. of butter returned to owner.)
not properly Inhcled
f, ' Thoiieh we liav never been a militant
or war-loving people, there has been
no time when Americans did not rise
lo that full measure of the requirement
which national honor and national
safeiv Imposed on them. When na
tional safely was the cause, the re
rponse was always Insistent and ili-vls-
1 he, When civilization suninioneu ami
our suns were called to the other seas
and koIIs, we saw tho same prompt
ness, the same neal, tlic same devotion,
"On this memorial day of ls:'l wo
stand. I trust, very close to peace
achieved, to safety insured. May it
bo our common aim and, purpose thai
in the coming yens, our nation's aim
and policy shall be directed lo make
certain that there shall be the least
need for further sacrifices, greatest
guarantees of the stability, the per
manence and the inspiring churaoter
of those Institutions of tl)criy to which
nur liiitb'll bas been dedicated "
; aj, , rAZMjt- , I
"TILL WE MEET AGAIN"
V K Bob, I wish Jliu Joyce nasi said V.A'.y.
mJL back." j "Weil, the nurse told Mother If ev-
TM "So do I Jack, that new teach- i eryth.ng went ad right, the doctor said
Jm tr ti a terror." j she might be back in June."
Sams here." chimed In Billy, "Have J "Gee, I hope thi docs. School doa't
you heard how Miss Joyce UT jseem she same without her."
"Mother went to see her yesterday,; "Hardly any slngin?, and you know
and she Is going on fine." j what lou we u-'cd to have."
"Wonder if she'll be back this term," I "Remember her favorite, Tum-tl-
t. liehud and curtail a nl.rlil cry
kud nnd a measure of land.
2. behead and curtail appearance
mul find a firl's n.iir.e,
S. Uehesd and curtail courteous
iiid tind work. -
4. lWhead mr.t curtail hcsllalioD
and find an animal.
i. Behead snd curtail a public
p'sce snd And a pardener's implement.
. Behead jnd curtail a stripe snd
find to rip.
7. Behesd and curtail to extend
sad find a fruit.
My Bi7t is the fields where the grass
My second a tJry or lmp'li sprite.
My third a dea.tr who tells us goods.
iy fourth a creature who lives In
Mv fcftb a bird that In May time sings.
! My iixth us lurmcd when the norMj
I My seventh a courrtry Ui northland's
My e''hrh a suit trimmed with bcais
My nln;1) we taVc to allay .1 tMrst.
My tcnih in the Kngi.u iansuage Is
I My eleven! h aflirm.i now you'll surely
Tho name of the day my whole will
j H'OA'D HLUICTIOW PUZZLE
1. irreom-.ttrc. 2. llanuer-Anne.
j 3. PoHlc-Tol. 4. Demur-Emu. 6. Mar
1 krtrKake. 6. i'freai-Ttar. 7. Upread-
j ACROSTIC VKUOni Ah DAT
i Mrailuir.1. LI'. .1cic7itii(, Offer, Kobit,
'lie. Alaska. Livery, Itrink, A., lej.
K i i A r--- " I .-
ft - ff A
turn, Till we meet SBain."
"Sure, now it's, "We must curtail
our music period today and devote
the extra time to mathematics,"
mimicked naughty Jack.
"I'd like her to know hew we mita
her," said Billy, mouvafully.
"Pshaw, how can ws tcU her that,"
"Say, I've get a great Idea," cried
Bob, "Let's, oh aahiiw, there's that old
bell aai ws'raust ge in. Well ntet
me at tks old barn aftar acbool, and
1 11 tell you about It."
So after fcbAM fhe three exurrj; or
'Tree ChumpV aa ttelT classmates
callta Um, tret Ml Bob Unfolded his
"It's graC they both cried. "But
w)lvr will we cet words."
"Write thorn, of course, Billy," said
Bob, who was known to lave a decided
gift for rhyming.
"Got a pencil," sal A Jock, "Here's
soma paper, producint a, rather grub-
! Slowly the work went on. one sug
gesting another adding till Bob proud
ly rea l out tho finished verse:
I '.'Let's sin; It once." he said, "softly.
for someone might hear ui, and it is s
secret you know."
"it's fine," said Billy, "When can we
"Tomorrow Is Saturday. Let's meet
here U 3. It is Just an hour's walk
through the woods. Don't be late
Jack, and daa't you forget l.'ie Cowers.
Blue til!! and bright sunshine fav
ored them, nai they started at the ap
pointed time, dressed In their best, and
BiUy with a huge bunch of purple and
while Mac. The walk through the
wood was dellghtf'.'.i although chas
ing rabbits snd racing was forbidden,
so that they might arrive In a present
able condition, each having the secret
hope that they miirht be allowed the
happiness of set. tig tiieir be.'ccd Mi.v
"Here we are." said Bob. a. they
left the woods and saw in front of
them a pretty little cottage the front
veiled Willi wisteria. On the second
floor a window was wide open, and
they could catch a glimpse of a white
"Xow, boys, tune up," said p.ob, lay
ing an encouraging Lund on each boy's
The boyish voices roso sweet and
clear in Ihe summer air.
They heard a cry, and the nurse
came to the window and smiled down
"Miss Joyce says you are to come
up," she said.
She met them at the. door and led
them into Ihe room, where Miss Joyce
Uy on a sofa.
"ih, you dear boys," she cried, hold
ing out both hands. "Such beauiiful
flowers, and lovely slnjing. .My favor-
its song too. but I could not quite make
oitt the words."
"We wrote them." c.-led HilK- im
pulsively, j may obtain It easily.
"You'did. then I .uritv ... h... i. ( Thi feisier slioivn
.turn" was nino from
So '.vy repeated It and this lnie the
words were very plain:
TbY5 Rnd Useful Reticles
TttftT ft BOY CttN MftKEr. ,
By PE.JWK I.50LRR
- j lN5TBOCTOX..ItP'T OP nNOI.TIlIIMIIIPMJcScH0Ol40PH01t
Mstcr has clisappearrU. tan ou and lirrf All jou hste to do I
li CUt vut Um pttn along dotted linos and iul ihetu togcilicr projHTly,
"Xoh llnjs Tunc I p,'' Said lk)b
Lp looking hthii. Now fire away."
"Well, we want to tei! her were
"rry she's been sick, so here's the
first line, 'We are ivrry that yours,
"Won't fit In." s1d JKk of the mu
sical ear, humming the air. "You
mat siiy very sorry."
"Well, w are very sorry you are
"And you ha to uke so msey pills,"
'ghur up. BI'Ty. or we'll leave ton
out of this." warned Jlob.
"Ail right, I wag only joking."
5uiiy Pi ft
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t' ' PRA'.KfT C,'
S 1 , ( n Vlf V f 9 Ariz
f ' H II 1
Mil a' ' ,3V
ORD Bath And Feeder.
SnotvJ Tne Flier .
As MAoe From Tne .
Post a no pin a. is
Of An Old Popch,
Pieces will Do
Just as writ.
B)Calvanhed Iron Pan
HAHl Z Of.,
use On To '
Hold Bath .
Dot t to
s n Unts To
f ' . r.-.
With A jf
u.ST hoys like to visit at their strips, faseniug them with finishing ! post by mean of the shelf brackets
grandmother's because they i nails. on one side of into of the: shown In he drawing. Drive nails
gl so many good things to frames mil one half-inch box lumber, through the bottom of tae feeding-
fcediiiK try. The other trky Into the post,, and fasten tho
tat. Birds are niuch Hko nf iAiii ' t li
and one way lo allracl them Is fram Is lo hold the bath pan. Cut brackets to ilia floor and the post by
io pur out toon mm water mai mey mc laner io i no pattern snown in the means of screws...
drawing. Hend on Hie dotted Jlnes. The overflow pipe can be extended as
In the drawing ' making a muare pan with a 14 -Inch f.ir as necesanrv to earr tha
!ost an 1 spindles "trip projecting to rest on the frame. ' w"nercvor it Is desired.
from in old purco. Turned p.eccs are. The corners are lo be soldered. Also! The water supply pipe may be con-
not nrce.sary. however, as straight I solder in position a pipe for the over-1 peeled to a rain barrel put up on the
pieces will answer tho purpose Just asi'lo.v. letting It project about one-half jglde of the house so a pipe leading
"We aro,very sorry tha' ou're ill.
Me and Jackie Siul'.V nd little Bill.
We are trying to fc ood,
And to do everrt .lag you said we
We hope t-.i sou will cuius back
ver soon, ; .
The uV-cior says perhaps by the Crsi , '
So please be quick and don't get sick, '
Till we meet again." i
"I'm sorry but time's up." put in I
' ' So soon, well thsJ song is lovely
aid 1 must have a cap. I'less bring '
me tnt ntttt g.iiurday. Now .Nt'!
sill take you down to have some cuke, t
sod Jim hs, crive you home. Ad
boys, a last cord, I'-r.,Cray says I mayj
come back on tit first of June." i
wed. Inch from the bottom of the psn.
j The post should be ranrd off square i If the pipe was made even with the
on one end and put In iie ground , bnt'nin. ihe water would all run out.
about 30 inches, taking rare lo get il j Fasten the frames to the smsa'posta.
plumb, that Is, straight up and and the perches to the frame support
down, mg the bath psn.
Next make two frames of 2-Inch Fasten the feeder and bath to the
LEST WE FORGET
mN all the year one day it sel
I .et we-'forgef. lest we forget
One dav lhat we with ihanlt'ul he.-.-t
May honor them who did, their part
Tret lhi our Country miht wilhiland
1 r.t 1W that fell from enmy rand.
Wilh flagt let fwroet grav?s be set
lt we forget, lest we forget.
from the eaves trough esO empty Into
The end of the pipe leading from
e barrel should be plugged, allow.
Ing the water to How slowly.
If you live In an upper Tat your
water supply can come from the re
Two coats of white, paint, er paint to
match yo r house or pirden fenrs.
wilt add greatly to the appearance of
your feeder. ' 1
The feeder being only a tyUe over
six feet from the rrojincf It 'jwlll net
he difficult io place the f )d Hi IL The
projection of the tray make It Im
possible for cats to get to it
Birds like dry bread aid cake, ov
kind of grain such as , hrt end oats,
also corn flakes and cifmWi. la (,
winter they enjoy picking at the he.r
of cubes e, carrot a piece of let