East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 12, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1021.
FOURTEEN TUQtl
Social and Club News
An rnjoyntile fwnl of last earning
whs reception for which Dr. mid
Mr. Jmvlrt H. Hill were hosts in hon
or uf Dr. Hill's slslci Mia Robert
Wlurtfleld, Dr. and Aim. Hill ami Mrs.
Cliin!lli! received about one hundred
KUt'ids during the hours frum ;! to
111:311.
Clusters tit iolilcn Clow ' made a
clmrmlnB decoration fur tho moms of
Hie Hill home. Assisting In recciv
t'Ut the KmsiN were Mm Kate Ktaii
t.i iU, siMer-ln-lnw of the hunnrve,
M" Harold Warner anil .Miss Mary
ftilfM. ,
III he ilinlni; room -Mr. .1. N".
I'tiress, Mm. CeiRc l'criniior, Miss
Henry iixo n June and Mm. K. C
Hoyden (resided at the table-. Ap-wlstn-.g
m K-rviiiR were Mrs. Join M
liolph Miss Vein Temple n.l Mis:)
lilsle Fltimaiirice and Mtss Burgess.
,M,;s. Htiniflcld. has lccn much
feted during 1'er visit here, villi leave
Hi d rvniinit fur 1'ortlaml. With her
il.i tighter, Miss Barbara Stanfield, she
nlll lcve about September 4 for
U'nshlnston, D. C, to Join Senator
JSlnnflold, who Is a meiiiber of tou
H'ess from Oregon.,
AUK IN I'OliTI-AXD
Mrs. M. I.. Watts ami daughter Miss
Verona Watt, of Athena, are Port
land visitors.
MIIS. BKNTLEY IX POHTLAXD
Mrs. L S. Kent ley is spending a few
diivs In Portland.
'lil'KSTS op MIIS. WAI.TfcltS
I Ml, mid Mm, Karl Walters and baby
! daughter. Karulo, are here from
Moosejaw. Canaiia, and ure the quests
of Mr. Walters' mother, Mrs. "TUlle
Walters at her home on West Court
street. Mr. and -Mrs. Wallers will re
main until after the Itotind-l'p and
will then relurn to their home In Spo
kane. MKS. STAXFIKl.D HOXOP.KD -
Mrs. lloliprt X. Stanfield van honor
ed this afternoon at an Informal porch
party for which Mrs. Mark Moorhouse
was hostess nt her home, 881 Thomp
son street. The guest list numbered
twelve of the Intimate friends of the
honorep. Mrs. Stanfield is the suest
if her brother, Dr. David B. Hill.
I.KAVK X)ft LA OKAXDE
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Marshall arrived
here yesterday from Portland. They
stient the day with their niece. Miss
(Jeorsanna Fletcher and left this
morning for Xa Grande where' they
will visit for 'several days -with Mrs.
Marshall's sisiter. Mm. Will Church.
liETlT.X FROM TK1P
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Krwin have re
turned from a motor trip to Spokane
end vicinity.
MRS. FREDERICKS HERE
Mrs. Lillian Fredericks, of Weston,
is a vicst at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Clarence Whiteman.
KNTIUi'lWIXS Edit MISS TKMI'I.K.
I llonoilinf Miss Vera Temple, her
'sister Mrs. Walter Cresswcll will 011
jtertuin with an Informal bridge party'
j tomorrow afternoon. Guests have been
I asked to the Cresswell home, 603 Mad-
isnn street.
LKAYES FOR UrajKRUKV.
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Mel'iml are I
Portland visitors. Miss Katlierine
.Me Futi I left recently for Herkeley
where she will resume her studies ut
I University of California.
Cll'ESTS IX riOXDI-ETOX
Mr. and Mrs. H, W. Wasncr have as
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. 0. l(.
.Newman and little suns, Howard and
Richard of Enid. Oklahoma. Mrs.
Wagner and Mi's. Xewman are sisleis.
HOI'F'S UPSTAIIIS SHOP
CONTINUING THE
SALE OF BLOUSES
EVERY BLOUSE IN THE SHOP BEING IN
CLUDED IN THIS "CLEAN-UP" SALE.
SEE THE RACK OF SKIRTS AT $10.00.
Slil'O.Ml FlOOIl lAYLOlt II Alt I WARE IlLIKi.
LEAVE OX TRIP.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Einhysk and
daiiKblers Mayme and Evalyn left
yesterday by motor for a two weeks'
trip to Portland, Seaside and other I
points alone the coa-st.
RETfRXS TO l'EXDI.ETOX
Miss Eliuheth FerKiis, who has been
spending the past week at the home
of her aunt Mrs. J. H. Keener at Lu
Grande, has returned to her home in
Pendleton.
.MRS. ESTES' RETI RXS.
Mrs. Emmet t Estes returned to
Pendleton today after spcndiiiK a tew
days in Walla Wulla as the guest of
Mrs. Richmond.
Gl'EST AT M ell EE HOME
Miss Marion Averill is a guest at the
L E. MclJee home near Walla Walla.
MRS. MASON HERE.
Mrs. Victor Mason, of Helix, is In
tl. e city today,
HOME DEMONSTRATION
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
During the past year several
calls have come to the home dent
onstration agent fur directions in
canning fresh meat. Below is
given a general recipe which can
be used for beef, pork, veal or
, venison:
Cut the meat into convenient
pieces for handling, (about
three-quarter pound in weight)
and roast or boil slowly one-half
hour. Cut into sections to fit the
Jars, remove gristle, bone and
excess fat and pack directly into
hot glass jars. Fill with gravy
from the roasting pan or hot
liquid concentrated to one-half
of its volume. Put rubber and
cap in position, not tight.. Ster-
lie in hot water container for
three hours. Then tighten lids
and set out to cool slowly.
Do not attempt to can meat
unless you have new liilg and
rubbers for the jars. E. V. I).
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PLACES ALL HOPE II
COTY'S
L'ORIGON
Face Powder
TOILET WATER,
PERFUME
Direct from France.
L'Oiifron Face Powder
$1.25 per box.
1 PENDLETON DRUG CO.
xtaipu uDcncnam aaia tie tum
Loves Former Wife Madalyn
and Intends to Help Her. !
IS AXGELES, Aug. 12. ( L'. P.)
Mudalynn Obencliain, Indicted Willi
Arthur Uurch for the murder of Hel
ton Kennedy, the insurance broker, is
placing her hope of freedom in her dt
viced husband, who is speeding from
C.'hicaKo to her assistance. Ralph
bbenchain, before he left Chicago,
told the tin ted Presi he still loved
his former wife, and intended to do
everythins- ip his power lo effect her
release. He still loves her and cannot
believe her guilty.
Weapon Is Discovered !
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 12. P. )
The discovery of a butt of a double
barrel shotgun, which may be the
weapon used in killing J. Helton Ken
nedy, has been announced by the po
lice. It was found on the beach at
Santa Monica.
SPRINGERS
We will have everything good for
you tomorrow. The Table Supply w ill
be filed lo the brim with the market's
" Bt'fcti fresh, dean and crisp.
THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone
739 Main Street
187
I'eiullcton
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Proprietor
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Same (lid Story Itut a Good One
Mrs. ilahalu Burns, .Savanna, Mo.,
relates an experience, the Ijke of which
ban happened in ulmoait every neigh
borhood in this country, and has been
told and related by thousands of oth
ers, as follows: "I used a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy about nine years ago and it
cured me of flux (dysentery). I had
another attack of the same complaint
three or four years ago ana a few dose
of this remedy cured me. I have
recommended it to dozens of people
since I first used it and shall continue
to do so for I know it is a quick and
positive cure for bowel troubles.""
' Hot Weather llseas"
Disorders of the bowels are extreme
ly dangerous, particularly during the
hot weather of the summer months,
and in order to protect yourself and
family against a sudden uttack, get a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy. It can be depend
ed upon. Many have testified to its
.ee Hence.
. Cause of Appendicitis
When the bowels are constipated,
the lower bowels or largo4intestines be
come packed with refuse matter, that
is made up largely of germs. These
Reims enter the vermiform appendix
and net up Inflammation, which Is
commonly known as appendicitis. Take
Chamberlain's Tablets when needed
and keep your biweis regular snd you
have little to fear from appendicitis.
Hunger, the licxt Sauce
Sauce Is used to create an appetite
or relish for the food. The right way
is to look to your digestion. When
you have good digestion you are cer
tain to relish your food. Chamberlain's
Tablets improve the digestion, create a
healthy app-tile snd cause a f entle i
movement of the bowel.
2c per pound
GUARANTEED WATERMELONS.
TAKE THEM AWAY.
Ground Cherries, pound 35c
Preserving Tomatoes, box . . . . . . . . .... $2.75
Bartlett Pears lor canning, box ...... $2.25
Elbcrta Peaches, hu ge size box $1.90
Bradshaw Plums, box $2.00
Jellv Plums, large box $1.00
. Tradjedy Plums, basket 70c
Crab Apples, box . , $2.25
Gravenstine Apples, box $2.75
June Apples, box $2.50
Cooking Apples, box . . $1.7(J
Blackberries, crate $2.75
Musk Melons, all sizes, pound 8c
Cantaloupes to arrive, crate $1.25
Seedless Grapes, basket 75c
Every Thing Good for Saturday.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 23 Only 1 Quality the Bet
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New Flower Jeweliy From Paris
THE t
(T THOMAS i
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i Mwfibj SUITS i
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I LI DRESSES
i TWu Distinction in every
I """'f H i line, arriving at this
! I. vft 'me or those who ;
fl ?) have to make early
J j T . fall selections, tHey
J() present styles recop;- V,
Y nized as leading mod- ,
els throughout the J '
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cArn.i: i.mi'r kthadv.
I'ORTLAM), Aug. 12. (A., 1V1
Cattle, hogs and sheep arc steady and
unchanged. Huttor Is weak, eggs ate
steudy. llolh are unchanged.
TRIM. IS rOVl'IHN r l.
SAX KRA.VCIS("0. Aug. 12. (A.
P.) The trial of the surviving offi
cers of tho Alaska on charges of neg
ligence has been postponed until .Monday.
WAS A "ItKAlt ("AT" ,
".My wile wns never an angel, but
after five years of liver und stomach .
tiouble she became a 'hear rat.' No
onctor or medicine helped her and we 1
Ihioiol,, tl.,iA u-., .. 1...I,. v...,. I
Our grocer told me of Mayr's Wonder
ful Remedy, which h'xl helped him for
the same trouble, so I lnontht home a
bottle, hut she promptly threw It out.
I got It back and after a week coaxed
her IlltO takinir it. Sbe l nnw nninv. '
ing tho best of health and disposition."
It Is a simple, harmless preparation
'that removes the calurihal mucus
trom the Intestinal tract and allays
the inflammation which causes prac
tically all stomach, liver and Intes
tinal ailments. Including appendicitis.
j One dose will convince or money re-
iti mi en. iTiiKinsis evervwriere.
MARINELLO
BEAUTY PARLORS
Mutt WcUel llaiid
Slanglur ISIdg., Pendleton, Ore.
Suit o :4-'J5-:'ti
Plume Connci lion
Opening August Eighth
KlIAMPOOI.Nti '
MARCi:i.I.I.Ntl
HAIUIUIKSSNU
HAIR TINTING
.SCAI.P TIlKA'i iMKNTS
KACIAI.H
Kl.KCTROI.VSIS
MAMCIRIMJ
MARIM-:i.I.O PRIOI'A RATIONS
HAIRCiOOl'S
A new composition, Galalith, Which resembles a cross between price
less enamel and celluloid, has been fashioned by Paris, Into a new line of
novelty jewelry as artistic and fascinating as flowers themselves. Girdlea
made of fiowcr-covcred lattice work, pendants formed into bouquets or
flower-covered hells or over-tilled baskets, hatpins like nosegays are
made ot tics tiny Liooms In gay and deUcate colors as na'.ujiil 16 Ufa
'Season's Biggest Hailstones
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The weather man forgot to yell Vro"" and the season's biggest
hailstones nearly as big and defidlv h golf ballx pel'ed iliyers' In the
annual father and Son (iolf Touriiuut'til a.1 Weai boi 'ough. N V Jusl
looii at the mm ot 'cm. - - --
, How's This for "Double Flip"?
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Gonroy's Gash
Grocery
' SAVE MONEY AT THIS CASH STORE
Saturday Specials
IJest Cane Sugar, 14 pounds $1.00
Best Cane Sugar, sack $7.10
Carnation Milk, 9 cans $1.00
Crystal White Soap, 18 bars $1.00
White Flyer Soap, 30 bars $1.00
Head Rice, 13 pounds $1.00
Van Camus Pork and Beans, No. 2 tins, G for $1.00
Wesson Oil, pint 3oc, qt. 60c, 1-2 gal. $1.15, 1 gal. $2.20
Van Camps Tomato Soup, 10 cans -. $1.00
14 Pounds White Beans $1.00
8 Pkgs. Kellftgg's Corn Flakes $1.00
8 Pkgs. Post Toastics $1.00
6 Pkgs. Shredded Wheat $1.00
3 Large Pkgs. Quaker Oats 85c
5 lbs. Schilling's Best Coffee $1.90
Gal. Tin Poppy Jelly $1.75
Gal. Tin Liberty Bell Syrup $1.60
Gal. Tin Tea Garden Syrup $1.60
Olympic Pancake Flour, 3 pkgs 90c
Gal. Blue Karo Syrup 85c
14 Rolls Best Crepe Toilet Paper $1.00
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May Merrill t, of New York, is one of tre cleverest divers at the.
Harvard sununer school. Here she is executing tho difficult "doubls flip."
classmate r ck her as a sure w.nner-in the diving contests U b L11
in August
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costs less to
than not to
Could you value your time, strength and health at
nothing would you class a clean, sanitary home the year
around as valueless even then?
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The Hoover would repay its cost many times over by
the longer life it gives to your rugs. Phone 496 and wc
will demonstrate the" Hoover in your home.
CONVENIENT TERMS IF DESIRED
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CRAWFORO FURNITURE CO
103 E. COURT ST.
PHOME 48
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