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DAILY EAST OREGOKLAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2. 1916.
STORY OF FLOODS III WESTON RURAL Ml ,
? NORTH CAROLINA IS CURRIER ON VACATION
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nt HKKBERT BAKEK OX
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We Giue You the Best or the Price,
no Matter What the Price
You'll find it a pleasure to shop here, where the bet of attention at assured and
the greatest assortment and best qualities await you.
An Unusual Collection of Women s
Ready -to- Wear Bargains
COLORED WASH DRESSES $4.9S
Righ: now in the hottest weather of the am
mer, you can purchase one of these cool dresses at
this extremely low price. Nifty styles in colored
voiles and linens, featuring solid colors, stripes,
checks and dainty white dresses trimmed with
colors. Special price only 4.98
$30.00 SILK SUITS AND DRESSES S10.00
We have a limited assortment of practical
dresy silk suits in navy blue that we now put on
sale at $10.00 for a quick close out. Don't de
lay. Be among the first here or your size may be
gone when you come.
The Light Weight Jap Silk Dresses arr in I
In size 44 we have a changeable blue taffeta
with Georgette sleeves and a neat navy blue erep-?
de chine of good quality.
Even- dress in this lot is a bargain of unusual
merit. Come and choose early. Choice 810.00
NEWEST METAL LACES
New trimming laces and bands in
width of four to twenty-six inches,
white and cream net foundations em
broidered in gold, silver and colors.
The vara ... 75r to S3.75
VISIT THE BARGAIN BASEMENT.
Thp Poahles Warehouse
1 f A WW f - - -
a a-v T 1
Where It faus to i raae
tUw UpLkv HiWa C- A 1-
taiinvi? lr-rO)rd I - jnaieid It
ii! i u-t I ' , , to r.'I'Uiv lbs.
TYj w iit lhr Mountain l"oJ
ids Id i
I in tha;
I East Oregocian Special
WBjTOX. Aog. : Herbert Baser j
who has been in lb employ of Unci j
Sam for "a g'od many years as rural i
mail carrier on roate No. J oat oil
Weston, is taking his annual vacation. J
Rohen Rotk'Mi if carry: nr the mail J
during his absence.
Mu Edna Banister who has torn
sending a few days with fnends and I
relative in Wall Walla has returned I
Mrs- Treca Wheaton of North T-1
kirn spending the aeek with her
swter Mrs. Joseph Winer of Wen m
Lorena Hopkins csme over from
Athena Sunday and soent the day with
her parent Mr and Mr J. C. Hop-,
JZ Weston Mountain.
M.ss Ruth Read spent a few days j
this sraak ilnlllaa Mamie Barnes at
$25.00 Fancy Net Dresses $10.95
Dainty billowy dresses that will be of service either
as fancv afternoon dresses or for street wear. Organ-
die. bandings, embroidered edges, tunic effects and bell S
cuffs make these dresses extremely attractive at this Pj
bargain price. Only 810.95 E
NEW FALL SILKS
1 A shipment of new Fall silks received this morning.
tko nan nrnrs nriA primViinatinri in n1airis and
y. 5. ,.v ..... r
J-" stripes, also some self-toned Jacquard patterns. A
pleasure to show. See window display.
NEW FALL CH ALLIES.
A big showing of new Fall challies. These can be
made up into most practical dresses. Light and dark
colors; neat patterns. The yard 50tf anci 65c
NEW EMBROIDERED SILK HOSE
Women's silk hose. Kayser make,
white embroidered in black. The
The Bargain Basement
Mr Harvest Workman Does the saving of money mean anything to you?
re too a good shopper? And do you buy because the price is cheap? Be
careful in your buying, for if the quality is poor the price cannot possibly be
cheap, no "matter what the price.
We offer TOO good, substantial, reliable merchandise at "Clean Up prices
Overalls, Work Pants, Shirts, Shoes, Sox, Hats, Underwear,
Gloves and hundreds of other articles to wear.
did considerable damage ta the sut-
structure of the bridge it that place ;
It s-mpl deatrorad the Blue Ridge '
or M"4nt4;n division al IBS C. C a
O. It is estimated thi". '. wiil cost
Bn SSilllo to replace the track on
the mountain, requiring four month
to get trains over same and eignteen
month to -. commodate the heavy
coal tra ns which that mpan op-:
erates. The flood of 101 baa
taught a iesson to the inhaoi
.i :.k -.he T..-e rl r : -.nti
have ke;l well away from fame At
S; r ..r Pine it did consijerable dim
age. do loss of Ufe. however. ttj
, cleanej Mil some three ra les of rail-
road in the gorge of the C. C at O,
which has been repaired and Tueaday
, wa uur first mall over that line to,
thu- piace. The condJt ons are seri
I ous. in that the food supply in mm?
i of the remote sections Is running low.
The train went to Spruce pine on -'terOaj.
and wUl operate regularly,
: unlesF the rain storm at that place
has aain -cterferred, which took
: place esterday afternoon. Ashevilie
liiltmi.re and Bat Cave suffered
. greatiy AhevUle is attempting to
min mixe the damage, fearful of de
'tracting the summer travel which vis
) its that section. Several hundred
pvl le were marooned on the South
ern railway in the ne.ghborhood of
, Afhevilie. The Spartanburg branch
is ail g"n-. The French Broad river
is running where the railway used "-.
1 be below Ahellle. The Bound
Knob section is a complete wreck
; Trains detvunng to Lynchburg ano
' through t" Knoxviiie. then to Mur
i phy and over Murphy rivision M;
.Xiheviile The despised Murph
I branch saved the siiuat-on for Ashe-
vilie Asheviile wa in complete
darkness for a week Conditions arc
nijw al-out normal at that point. S
, thirty lives were lost in and around
Ashevlle. Southern R R. .- injured
at Statesvi.ie. Hickory and Monroe.
: at.ng. Four thousand men are re
' pairing the Asbeville-Saltabury divi
; sion. The N. & W east of Bristol to
j Lynchburg sufferf. but little. The
narrow gauge out of Johnson City Is!
1 1 now runn ng. although it suffered
with the remainder of the roads
i Acres and acres of land on the face
: of Biue Ridge in McDowell on C. C. t
& O. has slipped several feet and it
; seems that the f.i - of that mountain
a a flat sloping rock and the water
getting down to the rock looseneo j
I the -arth and the whole thing slip-
I ped. Millions of ; ards of railroad
: fills are gone, N t a foot-bridge
'along the T"e river. The Poplar;
Bridge weathere.i the storm as. did 1
i the 1'naka lr'iii bridge; the north
fork of l aiawaba went out. It was
a single spaa hridge with "ne pier un
! der conter The only damage doael
f was to the crops ..! Yancey, and that
along the Cans river section at Cane
j river Of Klbert W:Uon section Nn
cutting of the land just washed
awa the baf SOlId wheat and sub-,
i merged ihe corn crops. The damage
(.l.niK.l DAGGETT OF VUlWV
f,KI IS, I DROWXEI)
AI.BAXT Aug. .'. C.eorge Uangetl
aged 13. ''as drowm-d in the Callpooia ;
-Tie in Pullman. W:
Mr Alexander of
lends and re la- j
returned to her i
the l"p-to-ihe- j
me from WalU I
Mrs. Dunnick of Milton visited her I
daushter Mrs. A P Perr Tuesday. j
Miss Kdna Jones of Weston went la i
Athena Tuesday to remin for a few'
weeks at the Frank Jackson farm. I
Mrs '", W Bradley of Pendln. n
who has 1-een visiting at the Richard
Morrison farm left Monday for WalU
ust- csr . Me
passed throuch Weston in
their car en route to Spokane.
Mrs Alexander Kinnear formerl (
Weston came over from Walla WalU
Tuesday and spent the day with '
Mrs Richard Beamer wai in Pen- i
dleton during the week visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Chas. Moore, who is in j
; that city receiving medical treatment.
M H. Rice of Milton was in the city j
ion business Tuesday.
Mr Henri March has returned
from a week's visit on Weston and '
Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Boss BSSi Mis-!
Dais:. Waddmgham motored to Walla
j Walla this week. Mr. Rice is receiving
. medical attention in the city.
THREE DROWNED WHEN
LAUNCH IS WRECKED
Accident Happens in Lake
Sammish Three of Fam
SKATTLE. Aug 1 Plunged Into
Lake jfammish when the .aur. h in,
hiih they were rid ng struck a sub-
merged log and sank to the bottom
alnvust instantly. S. K. Amy of Rods
mond. hL T-year-od son. and his
siMer-in-Uw Miss Phoebe Aldrldge
IT years old. were drowned a hm
Mrs. Amy, her S-year-old daugh-
ter and her baby clung to a floating i
log and were rescued by H. F. Comp-j
toil of the Compton Lumber company I
Compton. who owns a summer i
home on the shore Of I-ake Sammish.
hard the cries of Mrs. Amy and he?'
children and went to their aid -n his;
5587 be tea -happy
She has sent for the Taste Packet and now
the is fading out wkkh Schilling's Tea just
exaclh suits her. Please ikn't misunder
standthere is only ONE quality of Schil
ling's Tea, hut there are four diltincl taste
types. Whichev er you Hie best is the kind
for you to use; all four of them hren tea of
Send for the Taste Packet
The mh unfit, surtKi) It gU tht right tit.
C:m:r. htr fj h-n invilofti tfjdftf, English Bruiftit,
( O. ku tmugk fie five tr six itfi if nth.
ItuUd fnmfltf rittift if to ttnti ( itimpi rr tin).
I irt H tAStmOkg if ('sifjnj
JJJ StaiJ Sir it I, Sin fnn.uti
Sold through growers only
IKMsTTh FOR KOtM)-l'P
dleton this year Among other things
he has raorinx pictures of the great
"KU - Ca.o Mb I- " PM gathering hi h he -xpecU to
of Big -4ew. h'-'n "R " nV4"
W. F. (better known e Kit") Car- r'' -
-A - in la ir.t.de f , a la or two Th-r. JTJTZ
features of the big Ko nd-fp at Pen- her ar-l grander than ever.
WALLOWA LAKE PARK
THE tllUfff'-" f AMERU
For Rest and Recreation
Si)d )our var-atioli among Ox- pn- and no 'wtsfsed
, , The ideal -. .mm- r r-rt of the North Weat.
imATiM.. bowi.im.. MtXTOtt, MIMMt, etc.
UIr Ttil Willi Bal and IP-Ming KM) t week and op Ktm
fH SO per week and op HM Meal lU kele K.OH.
I 1-3 Fan- for Ititutid Trip at all Ma lions sa O.-W K. a S- Co.
Wallowa Lake Amusement Co.
order has been sent to Texas for two
carloads of the biggest, longest -born-d
and most implacable steen
that can rs had for the j-erforrnance-.
There will also he a bigger list of nd
ers and ropers than ever before."
"Kit" ("arsons territory extends as
far ea-st as Salt Lake and he intend.
to let everybody within 'ha' erri'oi:
know through illustrated suj.pl--rr.ents.
moving pictures and othTwiw
what a big treat is in store for those
England, on her part, has gei
ug.y prom Bed BussU a portion
.'hat Russia is fighting for.
l. YORK HEAT vi: i-
BW VOI'.K. Aug. 2 The hat
wave has abated The temperature
at M o'clock was 75 und the forecast
er pr-di-tel ' oiler weather tonight.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Fr,nc. Alhm is mU TjmktT
im larvr '4 . ;
timi, 10c; hmndm pound end
hmlf-ponna Um hamtdori - end -I
net titer rytel-eles. eemnd
kmmider eritk ifwwemtiftMr
tern I Km I eeep. the t. im.ee in ,ecm
melee, did temdthem.
I j ltJ.IUy.ld.
TOBACCO IS PRfvPAED
FOR SMOKERS UNDERTHE
PROCESS DISCOVERED IN
MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO
PRODUCE THE MOST DE
LIGHTFUL AND WHOLE
SOME TOBACCO FOR CI6-
ETTE ANDP1PE SMOKERS.
JULY 30 1907
DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE
P. A. puts new joy
into the sport of
YOU rr.ay live to
be 110 and never
feel old enough to
vote, but it's certain-sure
know the joy and
contentment of a
friendly old jimmy
pipe or a hand rolled
cigarette unless you get on talking-terms
with Prince Albert tobacco!
P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the
goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
a patented process that removes bite and parch!
You can smoke it long and hard without a come
back! Prince Albert has always been sold without
coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and
coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just
answers the universal demand for tobacco
without bite, parch or kick-back!
Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
than to walk into the nearest place that sells
tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A " You pay
out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer
fullest investment you ever made!
Tessta Cck. Winston-Salem. N. C Copyright 1916 hy R. J. Reynolds Tobaero Co.
t Um- (r.r lYiday and Saturday.