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DAILY EAST OREGOKIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 22,1021.
You Can Always Bisyjm a little Less, Quality Considered, .at
' THe' ifie&ples ''WareHo'use Pendleton's " 'Greatest Store" :.
. ..... . ,l-T'- - " "" " " ' ' :
ig Lots of Cotton Fabrics, Yours at very Low Prices
fi it S h
JAPANESE CREPES, A SPECIAL' VALUE, YARD 35c
Extra good quality and because they are durable and wash perfectly, these Ja
panese Crepes, in all the bright sunlmer shades are especially desirable for house
dresses, smocks, kimonas and for children's dreses. All the best selling shades in
stock. Our quality crepe is the better grade and should not be compared with
inferior qualities offered at the same price or cheaper. Special Value, yard . . 35c
Better Grade Voiles, ! 10 in. Fancy Voiles, a
a yard T4c
40 inch drass voiles, new
spring patterns, conventi
onal and floral designs,
Crepe, yard 34c
For undermuslins, dress
es and waists, shown in
plain colors and also in a
good assortment of fancy
patterns; Special Value;
our price, a yard 31c
White and Colored
Organdy, a vard
65c to $1.50'
40 and 45 inches in width,
white and colored organ
dy, fine and sheer, excel
lent dualities, plain pink,
lisrht blue., couen. maize.
through it: 32 and 36 in. i You can always do just a nile, lavender, rose, pray,
n vviuiit, opcciuj value, uiue uit oetier nere; ouriwnue, eic. special vaiue,
our price, a yard 40c, 74c, ! prices range from $1.25 1 our price, a yard G5c to
90c to $2.50. ; $1.50.
'Handsome fancy voiles,
J of extra width, 40 inches,
i nice quality, unusually
dotted voiles m gray, ; large assortment of pat
white and champagne J terns and designs. Our
grounds; our regular pri-1 regular prices in this lot
ces, in this lot range from j range from 60c to 7oc.
98c to ?1.15. Special Val-j Special Values, our price,
ue, our price, a yard. . 74c a yard 49c
Tissue Ginghams, a
yard 19c, 7k, 90c jl,r Iietter Gle
They come in pleasing de-1 Georgette and Chif
signs in both plaids and; f on Voiles are Beau
stripes, some have a sil-1 . . ,
vprv silk strinp rnnrintr llllll
J - - - t w - 3
A wonderful assort
ment including val
ues up to 315.00.
IhmA All OlMr
py4iitMt C41 ZZ.
Bin C liii-rics. the lb. , . . . .
Koyal Ann Cherries, 3 lbs. 2.V
Idai k Caps 2 boxes :!."
Rod Raspberries, 2 for ... . 3."k-
UonsclM-rrii-s. 3 l!s !
I'enelies, fresh, the lb :
riuins, the pound :
Apricots, tlie pound :
Watoi nu lion, the lb Si
Cabbage, Head LettiK'e, Cu
iimliers. new Herts. Fresh To
niatoes, (iii-eii I Scans, new Po
tatoes, m-w Carrots, new IVas
Sreon Onions, Hailishes.
Now is the Time for
Every woman takes
pride in her supply of
muslin underwear and
she insists that these
garments be exception
al in design, in quality
and distinctive in trim
mings. Our present showing
of undermuslins is sur
prising in its scope in
cluding many new mod
els especially designed,
for this season besides
the many styles, that
have long been favored.
The fabrics are all of
lovely quality, on which
"embroidery and laces
are very effectively
used to bring about the
most tasteful harmony,
many models rely whol
ly upon the fine quality
of materials for their
charm, some come with
out trimmings. In this
display we particularly
call your attention to
these unusual prices:
Muslin gowns $2.00 to
Muslin Petticoats $1.9S
$2.00 to $7.50.
v dress Ginghams," a yard iqc ' s :
27 ill. dress gingham, Toile du Nord," "lied . Seal" and other
well known qualities to choose from; good assortment of pjahjs
and checks and will launder jiieely. , Special value, our pr. yd. 19c;
32 in. Fine Zephyr
Fine quality Zephyr ging
ham, in plain colors,
checks, plaids and nurse
stripes; Special Value, our
price, a yard ....... 29c
Devonshire Cloth, a
- 32 inches in width; a most
popular and standard
wash fabric for boys'
blouses and girls' dresses.
Special Value, our price, a
32 in. Dress
hams, yard 23c
11 1 -
Dress ginghams '32 in.
wide, good assortments of
the new spring plaids to
choose from; Special Val
ue; our price, a yard. 23c
36 in. Standard Per
cales, a yard 24c
36 in., in width, a large as
sortment of light and dark
patterns, good quality for
house dresses, aprons, etc.
Special Value; our price,
a yard 24c
hams, a yard ,72c
32 in. in width, . in plain ,
colors, checks and, ' hand
some plaids, beautiful '
quality; Special Value, our
price, a yard 72c
Fine Shirting Mad
ras, a yard 59c :
32 inch shirting Madras,
splendid, fine quality, in
handsome, assorted strip-'
ed patterns, tub proof,
mercerized pongee finish.
Special Value; our price, a
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Tickets on sale at our Cashier's
for Oregon theater.
MEN'S SOFT COLLARS MEN'S SHIRTS
The popular collar for hot Lay jn a supply of sma
weather. Ours is a won- cool summer shirts now,
, , , , i. i j ! and enjoy a full season's
derful assortment mclud-i.ear 0JutJof them. Mail
ing all of thg new styles ihattans, Eagles, Stand
, , ., n, . , ards, etc., qualitv shirts at
and materials. Plain and chea'p pri'ces $1.25 to $15.
fancy 25c to 65c i
A rare bargain event,
values included up to
3he Peoples Waroh
IT PAYS TO TRADf.
Make this store your store. , I( will pay
you in the end.
Tljth" sale attraotod all t:i? tmyers and occupied on old contracts and dti-
NEWS OF FARM
: WOOL SOLD IN POOL
Prices' Range From 13 to 20
With Fine Stuff Taking the
Premium Over Coarse Grade
The most important wool sale of
thwu5on was held at Sh;uiko yutter
oay. The clip of that aection of the
ftftt a nffrMl for watdli'lH and
representatives of foreign and eistern
mills. Fiva hundred thousand pounds
were sold. 1'Hces on good wool ranj?
nd from 13 to 20 cents at the opi n
ing, averaging 19 cents.
Thirty-one growers disposed of their
wool at yesterday's sale. Seven buyers
purchased 22 lots of fine wool amount
ing to 250,000 pounds, at prices rang
ing from IS to 20i cents. Among
those selling their clips were Konald
MacDonald of Antelope, who disposed
of 29,000 pounds at the top price of
014 cents. Thin lot was bought by
Mr. Sharp, representing the Hoof on
Three lots of coarse wool, amounting
to about 125,000 pounds, were sold for
13 cents, and the remainder of 125,000
pounds averaged 16 cents.
There has been no material change
in the general wool situation this
week. The. eastern trade is closely
v.alchlng oT'erations in the west,
whore most of the business is now be
in? done. Prices are on a steady basis
and apparently the unsettlement of the
securities market has not affected
j wool as it has some other commodities
1 The eastern mills continue generally
Plicate orders and prices are fully
maintained. Spinners and combers re
pi rt little change in the situation.
Some of the handlers of foreign tops
report continued demand for English
line toph at up to about $1 for the
be."t lots of 64s, which is about 0c
under the market for domestic des
criptions. Nevertheless, 'the combera
are able to do some business and have
been in the market for flue and fine
medium words of the territory types
at about 70 cents, clean ba.-ris. The
latest figures of the government on
wool consumption for the month of
April at 46,000,0011 pounds bring the
industry back to normal consumption,
which has undoubtedly been maintain
ed fully during May and June.
In noting the effect of the tariff law
on the industry, the Merchants' Na
tional bank of Boston says:
"The Importance of the emergency
tariff act just passed, and of the per
manent act to supersede it later, is in
dicated by the rapid increase In lin
ports of manufactures of wool during
the first four months of this year, im
ports In April compared with those
lows: Tops, 4,805,55 5 pounds against
571,580 pounds; woolen and worsted
rlothn, 1.4!i4,9so s-iiuure yards against
274. S37 siiuare yards; dress goods,
599.047 si"re yards against 405,220
.square yards; yrn, 1,273,245 pounds
afc-air st 1 r; . rj r. h pounds. It is expect
ed that the pressure of this foreign
ci r,i:i tllii will be reduced to some
extent by emerge'icy tariff act, and
ni' iv- particularly by the permanent
tariff act which is mw pending in con
gress. Kxrts of manufactures of wool
h:LV,- cou'inued to tier-line In recent
mouths, reaching new low levels in
I'ru t on Moiinta'n TP J. L. Park
er was here visiting and taking care of
business affairs yesterday. Ills home
Is In Meacham where he is one of the
pioneers. The pride of Mr. Parker's
Pros. Sheep Co. This will be the first
shipment made by the local firm ihlsj
season. The lambs are In good condi-1
tion. ICunge Is holding up In gooil
shape, according to a statement by
Dan Smylbe. Ten days is the time
usually required to make the shipment
Ilurrl I-Vrl. raCon IxUs (.imh! J. A.
Martin and Otto Helmann are conduct,
ing an experiment this year with
some Federation hard wheat. This Is
their second year with the new variety
and they are well pleased with the re
sults secured so far. Ijist year they
had eight pounds of seed from which
they got a yield of nine bushels. In
addition to this supply, they purchased
another five bushels. The!r acreage
this year Is 12 aores, seeded rather
thinly which now promises to yield
same time taking every precaution
against the dumping of forelmi goods
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POHTUANI), June 22. (A. P.)
St rawberrtes were selling in the re
tall markets today for $1.10 crate
Many growers peddled their day
pickings from house to house.
life right now is a fine five-acre or. jubout 25 bushels.
chard of many different kinds of fruit. '
Although the altitude is above 4000 Cut WhciK Hay I'matilla county
feet and the orchard is located near farmers are busy these duys 111 rutting
the top of the crest, he reports that his I fl',me wheat hay. On the lighter'
crop this year will be a bumper. Ap-Krolln(1 lhe wheat that Is cut for for-
ides, peaches, norlcots cherries nnrl I age purposes has already been cut In
January were, respectively as fid- J plum, ;m. among the different kinds of ' "omo varieties. The heavier wheat is
I fruit which he will have In abundance.
. THE BEE HIVE
base it. claim to your busess upon its ability to serve you adequately and well with
the merchandise which we carry. Merchand.se of known mer.t and, excellence t
has always ieen tne pt-.lcy of this store to sell on a fair margin of profit and to give full
value DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR at all times.
, . . . 10- and l"c
Cotton binding tape 5c
Perfect ionette Ha r Nets . . . llc
1-ice Collars and Vestee Sets 19c
Knitting Cotton "
Aluminum percolators ,...$1.9
Cups without saucers
S lor $1.73
Mush bowls, first quality. .. Hoc.
Ve have received another
shipment of The Jim Dandy
Play Suits. This one has peg
top dutch pockets. It has prov
en a tug seller with us. . . .$1.3!)
YOUR SATISFACTION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WITH US IN
RUNNING THIS EUSINESS
We are pleased to announce the arrival
know he has to
Most people realize that
give things awoy; they
make a profit: he lrn't In numness for his health,
in the face of this statement we still claim wc are
lltivlns yu I'urt f our profit 1y being satisfied
with less than is usually exacted. This ga.ns
trejtwr volume and after ail e get the belief. t.
Put you share in it.
new pattern in llnne-v. are, made
Ni' oils pottery of thii country.
You will find a prevalence of grey in the dec
oration, which la the newest color to be used in
dinner ware decoiation. It will be a pleasure to
show you this natter. i. Reasonably priced, quality
The Bee Hive
"More for Less"
PENDLETON .filMi 2 OREGON
Nmythn Pros, to Slilp Twenty car
loads of fat lambs will be shipped to
the Chicago market June SO by Rtnythe
! Notlilne Uke Kxpcrlencc
i fine truth learned by actual experi
ence does more good than ten experi
ences one hears about. Tell a man
I that Chamberlain's Colic and Dinr
; rhoeti Kemi'dv will cure pain In the
i stomach and he will most likely forget
It before the end of the day. Let hlin
i have a severe attack of that disease,
I fed that he is about to die, use this
remedy and learn from his own expert--j
ence how quickly it gives relief and he
; will remember It all the rest of his life,
i ;rr)(l .dlco to Travelers
"Whether going to the mountains or
sea shore, taking a Journey on business
i or pleasure, never leave home without
i a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic and
I Diarrhoea Remedy. It is worth many
times its cost when needed and may
save a life.
If Troubled Willi Indigestion Tills Will
"Some months ago vhcn T was trou
bled with indigestion, I used Chamber.
Iain's Tablets and am only too pleas
ed to give this medicine my endorse
ment, for It not only cured me of
stomach trouble, but invigorated my
whole systr m. I like these tablets bet
ter than anything of the nature I havn !
iluo being "opened tip" by the cutting
of a swath around the borders of
fields. Tho condition of the crop Is
good, and farmers are wanting moder
ate weather for another ten days. If
real hot sunshine can be dispensed
with until July 1 It is predicted that
the output of the county will run to 5,
SYDNEY. (Hy Mall to United
Press.) The commercial and business
men of Japan arc preparing a scheme
for dumping Japanese manufactures
into other countries, especially Aus
tralia, according to J. li. Suttor. coin-'
merclul commissioner In tho Far iKust ,
for New South Wales. leading Jap-1
ancMi bankers have expressed them- t
selves as ubllgud to create some actlv
tty in regard to exports in order to I
meet the abnormal trndo slump. The
dumping scheme was therefore put j
forth, the Japanese government at the
Man or woman to take
complete charge of retail
store in this city. Aoply at
once by letter. Box 484,
Pendleton. u, v
Army & Navy
7: 1 .
CASTLE fS SET AFfRE
COltK, Juno . 22. (A. P.IJames
Francis Pernard. the fourth Earl of
Hrandon. was kidnaped from his home
at Hantry this morning by a band of
men. Castle Bernard, his home, was
!-et afire by the kidnapers. The Earl's
whereabouts Is unknown.
CORK, June 21. (A. P.) While
tho earl was be'ng kidnaped and the
castle fired, I-fidy pundoii and the ser
vants were lurked In a room adjoining
;i.TsOTicrc tiiiu:i.: timi:s.
WARSAW, June 22. fA. P.)
Three different times Captain Merlon
writes Mrs. Albert Horner, "p,'r. or Jacksonville, 'V la., while In
X. y. a bolshevik prisoners' camp In Ku-tsla
for nine months, was notified that he
waB to be shot at sunrise. Then, for
hours preceding the time set .for the
supposed execution. Cooper was grill
ed by Soviet authorities who pretended
to believe that he was a representative
of the American government. When
the hour of execution came round no
bolshevikl appeared but Hooper was
never notified otherwise, being left In
suspense day after day until ha es-caved.
Hamesvllle, X. Y
For the Stomach anil l.lver
"About two years ago I took two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets for
1 the stomach and liver and can praise
j this remedy highly for the great good
It did m." wriles Mrs. Mary Haven,
', Sandy Creek, N. Y, "I hnve since
recommended this remedy to some of
my friends who have also used It with
good results." If troubled with Indi
gestion or constlputlon, chamberluln's
UNTIL YOU SEE US.
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