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DAILY EAST OREGOfiTAN, PENDLETON, OREOON, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1921.
Social and Club News
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Mr. and Mrs. V. J, Stockman and
Mr. M. 1 Htockman have returned
after a mom enjoyable sojourn nt
Wsllowft take, Ijowpll Stockman, who
Bccnmyian.ed them. Old not return
her. Accompanied by llalph Burgess,
Ihey act fl delegates to the national
convention of the Kappa Sigma fra
ternity. Mr. Stockman has been dele
rated by the chanter at. Oregon Agri
cultural college and Mr. Hur.Kess will
represent the Tnlvorslty of Oregon
chapter. They expect to be R'ine
about a month.
MEKTINVJS Til ME CON'TIXl'F.D "
The Ladles' Aid of the Baptist
church will contintiei it meetings pur
ine the summer, according to a de
cision made yesterday. The next
meeting will be held July 14. At yes
terday's meeting a comforter, made to
order for one of the memlters, was
completed. The meeting was held In
the went room of the church.
WI1XOO TO VAXCOrVKR
Mrs. Itobert O. Hremmer (Helen
Harnhart), who la in Pendleton visit
Ing her mother, Mrs. Clyde Green
wood, will leave Monday for Seattle.
She will Join Mr. Bremmer and tne
two will go lo Vancouver, B. C, where
Mr. Bremmer will aa a member of
the Multnomah Athletic club com
pete In the aquatic meet.
ATtR AT LAKE
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Pitesibbon
(Beth Kmlth) are spendinglhe month
at Forest Ijtke, Campbell's Port, Wis
consin. Their wedding was a recent
event and took place in Chicago.
1.KAV1NO FOn COLORADO
Pendleton friend of .Mrs. Arthur E.
Itudd ore regretting her departure
from the city. Mrs. Rudd, son Ken
neth lludd and daughter, Miss Mari
dell Budd, will leave on this evening's
train for Golden, Colorado, to join M.
Hiidd. Arthur Rudd will remain in
Pendleton until the fall when he will
resume his studies at University of
Oregon. . ,
Mrs. Hudd has been active In church
and club work, in Pendleton. She Is
president of the I-adies Aid of the
Baptist church and" vice.-presldcnt of
the Women's Christian Temperance
MRS. DAVIS RCTTRXS
Mrs. ilattie Iavis returned yester
day after a visit with relatives and
friends In Yakima. She was the
guest of her brother. L. . fY Lynde.
While en route to Yakima, Mrs. D.irls
was honor guest at a party given in
Baker by the Lady Maccabees nflhe
home of the commander."
MRS. LASATRR HERE
Mrs. George Fell has as her guest
Mrs. James Lasater of Walla Walla.
Mrs. Fell and Mrs. -Lasater are sisters.
Mrs. Lasater will remain here for the
next ten days. . '
MISS GLOVER RETURNS
Miss Freda Glover has returned af
ter an enjoyable stay In Portland and
at Hoquiam, Washington, '
ARE AT SEASIDE
Mr. and Sirs. O,, C, Jefferson and
small son are at Seaside for a two
HOPP'S HPSTAIBS SHOP
Jersey Sport Suits, regular $35 values
$19.75 !; .
Sport Skirts, both silk aiid wool '
Silk Dresses, Taffetas and Satins, t
values to $39.50, $J9 J5, r
LITTLE OAl'iUlTICn HORN
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. White (Eunice
Vogell of Vancouver, are the 'parent
of a baby daughter born yesterijjy, nc
cording to announcement received to
day by Pendleton frtends. The ne'w
arrival weighs eight and a halt pound,
Mr. ind'Mrs. L H. Livermore are
the narents of a bnbv daughter born
Thia nmi-niii nt Si &ntltr,nv'a tutu.!
pitnl. The new arrival is the grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mt Liver
more, pioneer Pendleton residents
Ol'EST OF MRS. MCRPIIY
Mrs. George K. Genu, of Hermisto.n,
Is a guest of Mrs. 10. J. Murphy nt th
Murphy home on Perkins Avenue. .
FOR - BUSY HOUSEWIVES
Corn nieul, one of th most
tyitritiva of cereals, makes lell
ciona bread. Here Is a "tried
and true" Corn mel recipe:
tpoon Cora Bread
1 cup white cornmeal
2 cups water
1 cup milk
1 tablespoon fat
2 teaspoons salt
Mix cornmeal and water, and
bring slowly to boiling point.
Cool five minutes. Add eggs,
well heater., and other ingred
ients" Beat thoroughly and bake
in a well greased r pan 'twenty
five minutes in a hot oven. Serve
from the same dish with a spoon.
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yysu.i,'''nngqi running i J(k J
kJuly Special Reduction on
SKIRTS and DRESSES
And if you eome right in; you will have
first-choice of 'one-"just ' made for your
Silk Skirts, Wool Flaiils, Wool Stripes.
All summer dressses at one fourth off
regular price. t f!$?
Uiiriand Spurns Second Fortune!
T-H E g H Q P OP BETTER VALVES
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WASHINGTON. Julv 8. (Ralph
P. Couch, U. P. Staff Correspondent)
Federal tax receipts show approxi
mately $13,000,000,000 spent annually
on luxuries, recreation, movies, am
usements' and personal finery. Th;
government Is receiving over $1,000.
000,000 yearly as the result of luxury
purchases, nearly a quarter of the to
tal of ordinary government receipts.
Sporting goods, automobiles, amuse
ment parks, fancy bathing suits and
summer hats for men and women are
netting the government thousand
daily. Soft drink purchases are help
ing to pay the $900,000,000,000 nati
onal. debt and annual interest. Gum
chewers contributed over $1,000,000.
000, sporting goods nearly $3,000,
000,000 and summer furs approxi
mately $500,000 of the tax money.
PRICES OF U. S. STEEL
CORPORATION ARE CUT
NEW YORK, July 8. (I. N. S.)
The T'nited States Steel Corporation
announced a reduction in price on
several of its products.
Wire nails and plain wire are re
duced 15 a ton. Standard steel pipe
has been cut from $2 to $6 a ton.
This Rahirrlav nnrl all wppIt until tiptt. Rnturrlav. otir
full size cake of the new Klenzo Toilet Soap FREE with t
each purchase of a new, largre family-size, 50 cent tube
Of Jvlenzo IJenrai l.rpmp. -
KLENZO TOILET SOAP is pure, cleansing and sooth
ing to the skin. Gives athick, creamy lather and leaves
the aromatic, deep-woods scent of pines. - -
TflF.V7.ri nirvTAr. prpmp maUi tontK-nrV,;a
and shining, the mouth clean, and leaves that Cool, Clean, I
Klenzo to brush your teeth twice a day for nearly four
Most families use dental creme and soap fast. Why
not save by getting several tubes and cakes now? You'll
have to get them soon enough. Remember the date
SATURDAY, JULY 2nd
up to and including Saturday, July 9th. Orders reserved
by phone, if you wish. It's a very big economy, and peo
ple buy shrewdly these days. Better make sure of yours.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
Ifl-m.IN. July 8. (I. N. 8.) A
number of passengers were seriously
wounded when the Publln-Cork pas
senger train was bombed near Dub
LUCILLE BENNETT IS
RESCUED FROM DROWNING
BY SMALL PLAYMATES
CHAUTAUQUA DAYS, JULY 10 to 16
AND OTHER NECESSITIES FOR' THE
Good weight Khaki Shirts :. ...l..$1.25
2-piece Summer Underwear, suit ......-. $1.25
A good Russett Shoe for $5.50
Regulation Army Russetts $7.00
O. D. Army Blankets ..: $4.75
Gray Army Blankets $3.25
5-lb. All Wool Double Blanket . . $8.50
4-lb. All Wool Double Elanket $7.00
Many other little odds and ends at a price you
Army I Navy Sales CO
54G Main Street
EL'GB.VE July 8. (U. P.)
1 Two lads, neither of them over
14 years of age, rescued Lucille
Bennett; 11 years of age, from
drowning. The girl . who was
swept under a raft, was rescued
with difficulty and revived.
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No sport car for Charles Garland. Harvard praduato and farmer of
Buzzards Bay, Mass. Ko shoes. Ko fancy clothes. He prefers a tractor,
corduroy and bare feet. Not that he couldn't have anything money can
buy for he has just refused a large inheritance from an uncle In Eng
land. And several months ago he rafused an estate of more thau a
" bx hu (Hther.
I I TI ISISTIC IH)OltSTi:i'S
nOSTON, July 8. (I. N. S.) Fu
tile steps of one of her building alter
nately pink and red-. Adjudicator Her-
turist art may have a place, but it is 1,rt Enil uphold her. and the tenant
not on the front step. So contended ,lafl notified lie may paint the
a woman house owner here when !' ' color he pleaacs. but he
icovered thp.t a tenant had patntad l""H' one "hade, ...
Forget the Price
For a Moment
We, have both quality and the right price, that's
sure but do you buy a pair of shoes because they
are cheap? No, you think of fche material and work
manship in them. The same applies to tires. Only
the best material and skilled workmanship goes jnto
each Firestone tire. Be sure your next tire is a
' MOST .MILES PER DOLLAR
. For Service Phone 651
Pendleton, Ore. 223 E. Court St.
Golden Rule Hotel Bldg.
Adly Pasha "Receives"
One Dollar Saved HeprosoniH Ten Dol
The average man does not cave to
exceed ten. per cent of hift earnings.
He mufit spend nine dollars In living
expenses for every dollar caved. That
heing the case he can not he too care
ful about unnecessary expenses. Very
often t few cents properly invested,
like buying seeds for his garden, will
pave several dollars outlay later on.
It i the same In buying Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It costs
but a few cents, and a bottle of it In
the house often saves a doctor's bill of
The Same Rvrrywhcrc
The editor of I'aisa Akhbar, a native
newspaper of Lalvore, India, says, "J
have used Chamberlain's Colic and I
Diarrhoea Kemedy many times amimg
my children and servants, for colic and
diarrhoea and always found it effective."
t Illliniisnr and constipation
"For years I wan troubled writh bil
iousness and constipation, which made
life miserable for me. My appetite
failed me. I lost my usual force a ad
vitality. iVpsin preparations and
cathartics only made matters worse. I
do not know where I should have been
today' had I not tried Chamberlain'
Tablets. The tablets relieve the ill
lein?-nt once, strengthen the diges
tive functions, helping the system tn
do Its work naturally," writes Airs.
Hosa I'otts. Ilirminghiim, Ala.
A Splendid McdIHnc; for the Stomm li
"Chamberlain's tablets for the stom
ach and liver are splendid. I never
tire of telling my friends and neigh
bors of their qualities," writes Mm
M'ililam Vollmer, Eastwood, N. Y.
When bilious, Constipated Or troubled
.iwllh indigestion, give them a trial.
jThey wlli do )ou good. 1
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Just What You Want for Sunday's '
Dinner or. Picnic
NICE SPRING CHICKENS
Large Stock of Luncheon Meats
Phone 600 815 Main
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British sympathies of the rulers Is one big raus 01' trouble ln"E8rypt.'
Here, re shown argry Egyptians fathered tn front of thetioni ut '
fremier Adly Fnsha telling hlw what tbajf think of bjiu.
B Information for
Ask the salesman who waits
, on you why no air can get in the
refrigerator he has for sale why
no cold inside air can escape.
Ask about the trap and the in
sulation find out how many
walls there are.
' Ask him how it happens that food odors will mix in
some refrigerators and not in others.
We'd like to show you the Automatic when you're
looking around. .The manufacturer guarantees and we
guarantee. That should give you confidence.
Sold on payments if you wish. ' ,
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