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News, of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
'Pay taxes today and tomorrow
and avolU Miinlty. ,
' Oct. 4- Rivera and Har-
bora Congress, Portland.
Oct. 0. I-aiHt day for tax pay-
Oct. Hermlstou Dairy
and Hot Show. -
Oct. 19. County Y. M. C. A.
Convention hare. , ,
Oct. 20-21 Joint Institute
Morrow-Umatilla teachers here.
Oct. 22 Portland Chamber of
Commerce vlalt here.
Nov. 2. General election. ' -Nov.
8-6-7 Northern Oregon
Older linya Y Conference here.
Not. 1J-20 Pacllo Interna
tional Livestock Exposition, Port
be called after the return of Pendle
ton's delegate to the recent national
convention, Perry U Idloman, roturn-
ol from Cleveland.
Allilollu Mub to Mar Tilings
JfomiiMVi of (ho Pendleton Athletic
Club will axHomldo In the gymnasium,
on Court street went of Muln, tonight
at 7:30 to elect a new secretary and
nliirt the hull rolling for the fall and
winter season. President Hex Kills
has plnns for quite an athletic revival
and expects that a large number In
terested In Indoor sports, such as bas
ketball, boxing, wrestling, handball,
Indoor baseball and gymnastics, will
bo on hand. The club has not pro
moted any activities since the closo of
tha bascbull season on July 4.
Olio Permit ImsiiivI.
A building permit was Issued today
to Mrs, Jessio Greenwood, of 215 Long
street, to eroct a woodshed at a cost
Woman lUvover.ng fruin Fall.
Mrs. C harlos Handall, of Halcm, who
fractured hor collar bone and suffer
er bruises In a fall down utulra at the
11. I. Keator home Friday evening. Is
convalescing nicely from the accident.
Bho Is at the Keator home.
I'hriiNiuits Plentiful In Bpnta
China pheasants, the season for
which opened on Sunday, were found
plentiful In aome localities and very
scarce In o;t in. Several hunters who
went on tha reservation or north of
town did quite well but on Dlrch and
McKay creeks not such good reports
were heard. Many hunters went to
Itody ral to llrcmerloii
Funeral services for the late Donald
Andrews Hendricks, who died Friday
night, wore held at 10 o'clock Sunday
Bl .o r.rsi i,....nU.B,. . - thj .., . ih. collntv and
body was sent on tne .-sortnern i-acuic, - i . -- ---- - --- .
train to Bremerton. Wash., where In- f";'y althongh not ..) got their
urmont wusTo he made thl. afternoon. I . Some who hunted duck, yes
itordny In the west end found no birds
. . ' i Ion the ponds In the morning and turn-
Jti-gulnr. Meeting i'oHt'poiiMl. . j id to plicmfant shooting with fair suc-
Although tonight Is tho time for the! cess. The pheasant season la open all
October meeting of Pendleton , Post, this week and until sundown next Sun
American Legion, the regular session
has been postponed. The meeting will
Cay. Five birds in any one day is the
limit or 10 in the rest of the season.
; The Five Big
SUGAR, POTATOES. BUTTER,
Some of these articles have declined several
times while the others are just starting.
You can-depend on "101" taking the drops on
both Staples and Luxuries as they occur.
1 Our up-to-date merchandising methods togeth
er with our large business enables us to "turn our
stock" very rapidly, thus buying on the new mar
ket each time.
"FRESH, CLEAN FOODS"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Rxchanga Connects Bab Tepailiamim
FINK tillOOKPJKS AND MEATS
Infant lwiigliScl Doing Well.
The Infcut da ighter of Deputy Dis
trict Attorney C Z. Kandull, born last
week. Is doing ery nicety at St. An
thony's hospita and is gaining In
weight. The little miss weighed
slightly more than three pounds at
Four llcgtMtcr at High School
New students to register at tho high
school this morning Tvere Arron Webb,
Charles McLean, Jack Klder and Miss
Dorothy Lock wood, who has registered
as a post graduate. An Increase In
the enrollment has been shown sine
PilHS Ordered for Hewer Work.
The city of Pendleton has ordered
sewer pipe, for the proposed Turner
street sewer which will be done by
force account this fall. As soon as the
pipe arrives, a force of men will be
put to work digging the trenches for
Old llaltcry . Man Weds.
"Tell the former members of Bat
tery D. USth F. A., that I am going
over the top with the best skipper that
ever was," Is the way Walter Butler
announces his marriaRe, In a letter
just received here, Mr. Butler is now
at Moorcraft. Wyo., and says that he
is very happily wedded.
Celebrates tOtli flfrthday.
Mis. Isaac Parkes, mother of Jus
tice of tho Peace Joe H. Parkes. today
a colebratlng her 90th birthduy. Hhe
Is at the home of Judge and Mrs.
Parkes on East Alta street and Is quite
hale and hearty. A pheasant dinner
tonight Is planned in her honor, wtih
members of the Immediate family
Fruit Harvest Voder Way.
Fruit harvest, both In the east and
west ends of the county. Is on In full
swing tnis week, under warm sunny
skies. Apples and pears are being
picked from the orchards of Mllton
Freewater and from JStanfield and
Hermlston. Good yields in both dis
trlcts are reported, despito the cold of
DOES TWO TIMES TWO MAKE FOUR?
That's the way wo learned to fsjrnro and vre figure at present prices
of material and contents, your barn lias doubled In value,
I- ru don't believe It, prlr butldlnaT materials today and compare
Uica- Drleea with what you paid vrbea you built.
Nee fbi you sronld be lit with a fire about now, enr im r
INClOiAhi; your lire Insurmnoe, '
CS AT ON CBS
Stale Omunil tee woman Is Here.
Mrs, Ilose G. Schlefflein, of Mod
ford state commltteewomen in the
democratic organization has been a
visitor in Pendleton today. Mrs,
Schiffjcln will hold an Informal meet
ing at the club room in the county li
brary at 7:30 this evening. All inter
ested, both women and men. are invit
ed to be present.
Haynes Joins IClIfs-Srliillcr.
Charles 11. lliiynes, auto salesman,
has taken a position with Kllls-Hchil-ler
Co., local Dodge distributors and
has ataxtcd hts new. work. He sue.
coeds Kobert Brcmrqer, who recently
returned to hla former home In Port
land, sir. Hreminer Is employed with
tho Pacific States Electric Co., in the
metropolis, a position which ho bold
before coming- to Pendleton.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones '526
Other Depts. 78
iNoil.TO.N'8 I.EADLNQ STORE
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 528
Other Depts. 78
Now Is the Time to
for early Autumn and we are prepared to show you a
beautiful assortment in Taffeta, Tricotines, Serges,
Velours, Velvets, Charmeuse, Georgette and other
new materials. Prices from
$35.00 to $100
FOR YOUTH FOR BEAUTY FOR CHARM
The woman who has found the secret of youth has found the secret of
beauty Your figure tells your age.
Various things contribute to the appearance of age, but nothing ac
centuates it half so much as a badly corseted figure. This simple state
ment of this truth needs no emphasis; the figure tells a story that is ap
parent to all. ,
Your corset then should become your first consideration. .
If you desire a corset that will fit you perfectly give you utmost
freedom unhampered grace and correct style, we urge you to have a trial
fitting of the MODART Corset. A trial fitting is far more convincing
than the highest possible "recommendations, for in no other way can you
truly appreciate its style and comfort.
$20.00 Down to $450
Baker Ixtses Office, Too.
The southeastern Oregon head
quarters of the State Highway Com
mission, which were located in Baker
under Knglneer H. H. Baldock for
several months, have been closed
The materials and equipment from
that office also has been moved to Iji
Orando, where Mr. Baldock Is
charge. Both Baker and Pcndloton
offices were discontinued with the
move last week of tha offices to the
union county city. .
Coli otis Ijeave Tonight
Ltion Cohen, retiring president of
Tho Peoples Warehouse, will leave on
No. 18 this evening for New York. lie
will be accompanied by his brother.
Albert E. Cohen, of San Francisco, and
Mrs. Cohen, who have been vlslUng
here for the past week. Leon Cohen
announced his retirement from active
business on Friday after having been
engaged-conttnuously for 34 years as
a merchant here. The present trip
east Is made in hopes of benefitting
Mr. Cohen's health.
1 You don't have to play-that old game to find out
who has the buttons, for it is a certainty that we have
them and a big supply, of the very latest, trimming
and coat buttons, and all of them are priced by that
low standard of pricing that makes this store the bus
iest little store in town.
We call your attention to knitting yarns. We
carry Fleischers Knitting Worsteds, which is recog
nized to be the best yarns on the market for all kinds
of knitting. Our assortment is complete. Make
your choice here and save yourself money.
2 oz. ball, 79c
"YOU CAN GET IT AT'
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash tndlton' Variety Stora
Elmer Slorie CoaoUliig Whitman.
Elmer Storie, former University of
uregon lineman, and a Pendletoninn,
Is assisting Coach Nig Borieske. of
vt hitman college, in whipping a team
together. Mr. Storie, now a resident
of Walla Walla, gets out every after
noon to coach the linemert in prep
una Ion for t he game with University
of Washington at Seattle next Sattir
day. Kcports from the Garden City
suy that Air. Storlc's aid is proving
a big factor In moulding a creditable
team at tha Missionary college.
5 Commercial Association to Sfeet.
5 Matters of civic Interest will come
WZ before the October meeting of the Pen
Rldtcton Commercial Association tomor
4row night at 8 o'clock in the club
m rooms on the second floor of 'the.
fifc-lks temple. Final consideration of
rA the Oregon State Chamber of Com
BEDDING AND LINENS FOR THE HOME, HO
TEL OR ROOMING HOUSE, v
Fill your needs now, also these cool nights make you. think of
more cover. ; -
Cotton Blankets $3.00 to $5.00
Wool Finish Blankets $6.00 to $8.50
Wool Blankets $9.75 to $37.50
Sheets $2.50 to $3.50
Towels 25c to $1.50
Turkish Towels 3oc4o $1.00
Bed Spreads '. $3.50 to $15.00
XXXX Evaporated Milk for Cooking, per can lOc; per doz. $1.10; per cas-c $4.40
Hip-o-lite, pint jars' ; ........... 40c Plain Sweet Pickles in bulk, pint . 35c
Pickled Pork, per pound 40c Plain'Sour Pickles in bulk, pint . . 30c
Dill Pickles, in bulk, each . , , 5c Sweet Potatoes, 3 pounds for 25c
Cooking Butter, 2 pound roll. ... . $1.00 ?
W. S. C. STUDENT GOES ;
. TO RESCUE RELATIVES,
IS BEATEN AND ROBBED
meroe'B request for cooperation In
plan for advertising Oregon .will be
had. A three year campaign of In
tensive work to bring settlers Into
Oregon Is to be launched and the fi
nancial cooperation of the local body
la desired by the stuto organisation.
Weather More Favorable.
Weather today was favorable' for
tho farmers who still havo not cut all
their grain nor hauled In all their hay.
The sunshine of yesterday and today
dried the roads sufficiently to allow
hauling and the grain Is expected to
bo dry enough to cut shortly. There
Is still quite a bit of standing grain
and weeds are growing rapidly in it.
Home seeding has been dono already
and everywhere that harvest Is over
farmers are busy getting rid of their
weeds so that they can seed. The
ground Is moist to quite a depth as a
result of September's heavy rainfall
SPOKANE, Oct. 4. (A. P.) After
having been sentenced by tho Polos as
bolshovlst, robbed and beaten by
Ukrainian bandits and held prisoner on
many different occasions ny uoisne-
vik. Polish and Ukrainian forces. Mer
man Mackoff has returned to Spokane
with his mother, two brothors and
two .sisters, whom he brought
with him out of the Ukriium
off, formerly a student at Washing
ton State college, left here last Feb
ruary to rescue his relatives. j
Taking a roundabout course through
Germany, Mackotr. who Is 22 years 01
nge, Joined the Polish army as an
American newspaper correspondent.
After threo weeks with the Polish ar
my, much of the time in the front line
I under fire, ho made his way through
Rumania and into bolshevist Russia.
Advancing Ukrainian forces cap
tured him and, mistaking his Ameri
can Legion button for the insigia of
'red' 'element, sentenced
Eruptions of the Skin
Cause Torturous Itching:
K and all Indications at present arc 1 11
orders, because it is such a thor
oughly satisfactory blocd purifier.
It cleanses tho blood of all impuri
ties, and thus counteract tho ef
fects of the germs that attack the
skin. . ,.
Begin taking S.S.S. today, and If
you will write a complete history
him to be shot with 27 others. Py
showing a passport he escaped the fate
of Ihe other 17.
With his discharge papers from the
American army, which he told illiter
ate Polish and Ukrainian troops were
his credentials as a Hed Cross worker.
Mackoff succeeded in reachng Bratx-
lav, Ukntinla, where his family lived.
The townsneontc. he said rushed to
I meet hlni, w eeping and crying, "Here
is an American; lie can bring us help."
Afackoff found his family clothed in
burlap sacking, barefooted, lacking
food and terribly emaciated from ill
ness and under-nourisbment. ho de
clared. They reached Warsaw by
short stages overland. ' and thence
came through Germany and Belgium
Stand at DhnnoT
It you are afflicted with any
form of skin disorder, you are well
acquainted with the flaming, burn
ing itching that these diseases pro
duce. Skin diseases are caused by an
impurity or disorder in the blood,
and there is no real and genuine
relief within your reach until such
impurities are removed.
S.S.S. has given great satisfac
tion ia the treatment of these dis.
of your case, our medical adviser
will give you expert advice without
charge. Address Chief Medical Ad
viser. 158 Swift Laboratory, Atlan
ta. Ga. ,