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(By Frank I Slanton.)
Tho Iipos are hiinttn' honey, an' the weather's Jes' so bright
There ain't no rain, that's falltn' but is tanKled up with light!
The daisy's sorter sprncin' up there's violets fer the girls.
Art' the winds are i.layhr hlde-an'-seek with laughlrT summer's curls,
It's summer in the woodlands it's summer where the skies
Are it s' blue an' beamin' as yer sweetheart's lender eyes:
It's summer where the mockln'birds are slngin' on their way
To the very gules oi heaven, in the glory o' the day!
It's summer: and we love her with every flower and vine
With those blue skies above her with her vhadow an' her'shine!
It s summer with her blossoms In the vallry--on the plain.
An' the sunshine seems a-sing-in1 of a sweet song to the rain!
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benefits to the people and the enterprise, of a great district
would be vast." v
The point that a market is already awaiting the power that
may be developed at the rapids is well taken. In fact there is
not only a present day need for the continuous power but the
additional power that would be available during the summer
reason of high water can be fully utilized. We do not need to
search far and wide for new industries to use this power. We
have them now.
The plan to develop the Umatilla rapids power is the most
workable big project of its sort ill the west at this time and with
a united northwest support back of the cause the project can
be put over if sufficiently determined work is carried on long
enough. ' , .
Prohibition will never be a complete success until the soda
fountains serve free lunch. Baltimore Sun.
When a woman says she wouldn't marry the best man in the
vorld she means she wants a man with a few human faults.
Binghamton (N. Y.) Sun
"What was the excitement down the street?" "Oh, a man
:n a reverie ran into a woman in a tantrum." Boston Tran
BE HELD SUNDAY P. Wi.
Funeral service for the late A. U.
McEwen, Athena pioneer who. died nt
Portland Wednesday, will b held
from the Methodist Kplseopal ehurch
at Athena on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. W. H. Illeahney, of Wal
la Walla will conduct the funeral scr
Tlcea at the church.
The. Masonic lodge, of which the de
ceased was a member of lotiff stand
ing will conduct the services at the
grave. Old time neiiunlntencos of the
deceased will serve us pal beurers. The
body was due to arrive from Portland
Relative residing In Pontllcton.f as
well as a host of friends of Mr. Mo
Ewen's, plan p- attend the funeral ut
Unlqss you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"!
MORAL, INSANITY Hear Harding at
(iroHun Theatre- tonltrht Full hoimo.
THE MARKET ALREADY HERE
ONE of the encouraging features about the move to bring
about the development of power at Umatilla rapids is
the valuable support being given the cause by Portland
newspapers, notably the Journal and Oregonian.
In an editorial yesterday the Journal said:
' "Has it occurred to citizens of the Columbia basin that one
of the greatest arguments in favor of the Umatilla rapids power
project will be its production not only of supplemental power
but of electric energy, which can more than compete with such
fuels as coal and oil.
"An estimated investment of $25,000,000 at Umatilla rapids
would result in a development, varying upon season and river
flow, of from 120,000 to 320,000 horse power. Such power woull
pump water for the irrigation of 500,000 acres of land, light and
energize the industry of the several communities in the district,
and electrify at least two O. W. R. & N. divisions, with a possible
residue for the power markets of Portland or Spokane "
"The people who settle upon the interior lands woujd have
a low priced and abundant supply of electric current for the op
eration of agricultural machinery, electric washers, flatirons
and sweepers and even for the cooking of food.
"The Umatilla rapids power project appears to be one for
which united Northwest support may secure the financial aid
of the government. It is a project for which a power market is
waiting. Its removal of the most serious obstacle to the naviga
tion of the mid-Columbia would be of the utmost importance. Its
Charges That His Brother Went
With Wife to Portland Leav
ing Three Children in Mis
soula Which Daughter De
SPOKANE, Wash., Fch. 11. (A.
P.) Jealousy, according to tha io
lice, prompted Klmer Harding, apred
30, today In killing his brolhc-, Carl
Harding, his own wife, and himself.
Hardin shot his brother and wife vr.d
then killed himself today at a local
hotel when the former emerged from
a room to which his wife had denied
Tho shootlm- followed closely a re
cital by E. Harding to Oeorffe Taylor, a
rocmer at the hotel, of an account cf
what he declared had been his W'roiies
at his brother's hands. Aecordins tc
Taylor, Hardinff charged his brother
with l aving gone to Portland with r.k
wife, after having loft his own wife
and three children at Missoula. Mont.
This was denied bv Emma Field.
Mrs. Elmer Harding's 1 year old
daughter by a former marriage, and
by Mrs. Harding's mother, who said
they recently returned from Portland
with Mrs. Harding afte she had been
unsuccessful In finding wok there and
it Seattle. They churced th;t Elmer
Harding's treatment of hU ttile had
forced hor to-leavp, him here.
POT ROASTS 13c POUND
CHUCK STEAK .... 18c POUND
ROUND STEAK 25c POUND
SIRLOIN STEAK .....25c POUND
pork chops : .: ;.30c pound
PORK STEAK 25c POUND
Pork Roast 22c:
. Also an abundance of Veal, Mutton, Fresh Dress
ed Chickens and Smelt, etc. -
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SAFETY FIRST! , Accept only an "unbroken package" of
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc
tions for Headache, Earache, Topthache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu
matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American!
Handy tin boxes of 12 Uolets cost but a few cents Larger packages.
AiBlrla Is tha lrd mark of Barer ktaaufacturs at HaaoacMlcaeMwur at allcrlleacM
Shoes of Quality at'.
Ladies' Black Patent Lace Shoes, high top, turn
sole, Louis heel at $750
Ladies' Black Kid Lace, military heel at. . $7.50
Ladies' Grey Kid lace shoe, Louis heel, turn
sole at $7.50
Boys' Gun Metal Blu. all solid leather at. $1.00
Men's Black Kid Blu. wide toe, all leather
Pendleton's Popular Priced Shoe Store.
733 Main St
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department, '
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NO. 1 SOME MAY MARK THEIR STOCKS AT HIGH PRICES THEN REDUCE.
NO. 2 SOME MAY CUT TO COST AND UNDER TO MOVE THE GOODS.
We Qioose No 2 It is tlie RigHt Way
There Are Many Pieces of Goods in This Stock We Will Never. Enumerate. . It is a Big Stock Truly Reduced. ' j IfM
ALARMS Four dollar Clocks at 2.90. Big Bens $2.S0. Other
Clocks of real worth as low as $1.40.
CLOCKS Eight day mantle and library clocks, beautiful cases and
dials' 813.50 values at 87.85.
LAMPS You can well afford a library lamp at these prices. A visit
will prove it to you.
TEA SETS In quadruple plate and Sheffield. Several splendid
. patterns to pick from. Reduced below cost.
UMBRELLAS Detachable handles, gold or silver trimmed. Our
original prices sliced in half. , ; . -
FOUNTAIN PENS Watermansv Eversharp pencils and other stock
that you know at substantial savings to you. - - i , J
K Just a Case of Our Lease Expiring and Our proprietor Wishing to Build Nothing Else.
WATCHES "Honest to goodness" watches with prices which force
you to lay aside the old one you carry.
DIAMONDS Which you know you will use sometime during the year
and which you can best afford now.
RINGS That you can as well own as not. We could as well afford to
give them away as to reduce them more.
SILVER WARE In sterling silver. Complete sets which should sell
8252.50, but with the price 8170.00.
PLATED SILVER Twenty four piece chests of guaranteed quality
- as low as $18.65. '
FIXTURES Must go with the stock. We will have no need for them
for the stock WILL be sold.