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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1021.
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DATES JULY 10-lfi
STORE CLOSED ALL
DAY THE FOURTH
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF KVENTS
a June J 7-August l-flummw
July 10 to 18 Elllson-Whlts
September 22. 23, 24 Annual
Pendleton Round-Up. '
Joe's til lluslness Now.
Joe Candilarlo is In buslnoss on his
own hook now. Ho opened a rest
aurant yesterday at 621 Cottonwood
where he will cater to the wants or
Itturn From Punt Lake
Herbert ThompHon, Colonel Charles
Welllnirton Furlong, John Lcuer an1
Itox Ellis roturned yesterday from a
fishing trip to Boat Lake. Thoy
brought a nice catch of fish but report
that the trout are not biting with very
great avidity these days.
Will Go to Vancouver
Dr. M. 8. Kern of Pendleton and Dr.
P. V. Prime, of Hcrmiston will attend
the three weeks post-graduute course
In dentistry which Is being offered at
Vancouver, B. C. under the auspices of
the stale dental societies of Oregon,
Washington, Iduho and California.
With Mrs. Prlno and Mrs. Kern, they
will leave by motor a week from to
morrow for Vancouver. Dentists from
eastorn colleges will be on the faculty
and the course promises to be an excel
lent one, says Dr. Kern.
lUTOtorn Elected. (
riex Sanford, of Htunfleld, was
elected temporary chairman of the
permanent board of directors of the
Oregon Haygrowers' Association nt a
mooting held yesterday In Hermlston,
says Fred Bennlon. county agent who
attended the meeting. The directors
chosen are I. N. Bergen, of Board
man, F. L. Jcwctt, of Uhiatllla, E.
Wlnesett of Hermlston, George Bet
dow of Columbia, Mr. Sanford, and
Hawley Bean of Echo. Don Camp
bell was chosen temporary secretary
and a manager will be chosen at a
meeting Saturday night. The associa
tlon( made up of Umatilla and Mor
row county growers, haB contracted
for 20,000 tons of new crop hay. This
represents the bulk of the hay in both
counties. The organization, Mr.
Bennlon states, offers especially lib
eral terms t& members who sell hay
direct to feeders or enter Into con
tract with stockmen on the basis of
so muoh per hundred pounds guln. In
these cases members pay nothing to
tho association. If hay is sold In bale,
however, It must bo pooled, and the
member pays his share of the neces
sary expenses incurred.
lUvcr Is liw
Tho Umatilla river Is low and at the
bridge near the library Is down low
er than at any time this summer. The
water Is muddy because of the recent
Henry Judd Hero
Henry Judd, of Portland, formerly
of Pendleton, is a visitor In tho city.
He will remain for a week. Ho recent
ly completed his second year's work
at University of Oregon In Eugene.
Mora 1 lords Sold.
Business is pretty good this year on
Fords If one asks the Simpson Auto
Co, of Pendleton. The output of the
Ford cars has increased .more than
100 per cent over last year. In June
this year the sales have been Z curs
against 10 for June in HlliU,
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORE
J.-101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101-101
FRESH .DRESSED YOUNG
DUCKS, FRIERS AND FAT
For the Holiday Picnic.
For the freshest, most appetizing Sand
wiches be sure and use "HOLSUM" bread.
Wax Paper, Paper Plates, Paper Table
Cloths, Spoons, Etc.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
1 Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101- V
The June Bride
There is never a time in the girl's life when she is hap
pier than on her wedding day.
Now we all want to keep her happy and the only way
is to give her a . "
GIFT THAT LASTS
from the well selected guaranteed stock of Silver Sets,
Knives and forks, Teaspoons, Dessert Spoons and every
piece that goes to make her a complete set from Han
Bcom's Jewelry Store.
We carry a number of selected up-to-date patterns
and will save you from 20 to 25 per cent.'
Don't Delay, Come Now
Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Rain Falls Last Xiglit
A tenth of an Inch of rain fell in
Pendleton last night and a general
shower fell throughout the county. The
rain was welcomed by farmers aa it
will help to fill the heads and 'wits not
heavy enough to break down the
wheat. The maximum temperature to
day Is 82, the minimum 60 and the
barometer registers 29.50.
Hottest Uy Juno 23
June 23 was the hottest day of June
according to the month's record of the
weather kept by Major Lee Moorhouss
weather observer. The mercury reach
ed 99 and the day was followed by a
thunder shower. The coolest night
was June 2 when the thermometer
registered 44. It was clear on 24 days
and partly cloudy during the remain
der. The rainfall was .56 of an inch,
which is less than the normal, .97 of
MlMt Cook Din.
Miss Helen Cook, aged 16, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Cook, of 301
Johnson street, died last night In
Portland. She had been 111 for tho
past three weeks at the home of her
aunt, Ifra. W. E. Cook, 1798 Woolsey
street, Portland. She is survived by
her parents, two sisters, Mrs. Roscoe
Rhodes and MIrs Veva Cook, and a
brother. Harold Cook. She was born
In Pendleton and attended school
here. She had planned to enter high
school here this fall. Mr. Cook left
for Portland last night and will bring
the body to Pendleton for burial.
Funeral arrangements will be made
Wants J Aits Kept Clean.
Complaint that non-resident owners
of vacant lots are In some cases fail
ing to cut grass and weeds from their
premises, and thus endangering the
property of residents in the vicinity
was brought to light in a verbal re
port to the city council. The lots
specifically referred to are on the cor
ner of Aura and Railroad streets, and
the dry grass on the lots Is of suffl
ciently rank growth to prove a source
of fire danger. The matter was re
ferred, to the street commissioner who
was Instructed to find some way of
forcing non-residents to cut their
grass or else have the .city do It at
the owner's expense.
Mrs. Ilslfer Dies.
Mrs. May Fisher, aged 49, daughter
of Mrs. 1V J. O'Brien, of Pendleton.
who died on Tuesday in Salem, was
buried today from the Brown & Bra
dy undertaking parlors with Hev. V.
A. Gressman, pastor of the Christian
church, officiating. Pull bearers were
J. E. Ireland, H. M. Elder, A. T. Per
kins and L. M. Bollock. Mrs. Fisher
Is survived by her mother, her hus
band, C. C. Fisher, and three children.
Mrs. Roy Coffey of Salem, ltussell
Stanton and Claude Stanton,-of Port
land. Mrs. Fisher had been ill in
Portland for the past month and a
half. The body was brought here yes
terday for burial.
22. cal. for
CHAUTAUQUA DAYS, JULY 10 to 16
(ii-aiu Tour Tomorrow.
Umatilla county wheat growers will
be given an opportunity tomorrow to
compare the merits of Turkey Red
und White Hybrid wheat grown on
certain soils in this county. A grain
tour is to be conducted by Fred Ben
nlon, county agent ,and G. It. Hyslop.
professor of farm crops of O. A. C.
Cars will leave the federal building
at 2 p. m. and will take the hill road
to Echo, coming back across Stage
Gulch Into the country north of
there. A number of farmers plan to
muke the trip. Turkey Red and White
Hybrid will be Inspected at the ranch
es of George Coppinger, C. A. Moll,
Pave Nelson, Elmer Moore, George
Stangler, George Peterson, John Scr
rcll and Ernest French, while at the
ranches of Walter Cresswell, Temple
Brothers, Ami Tardiff, Frank Snyder
and Jamus Hill, the White Hybrid, the
only variety grown, will be inspeete'l.
Mr. Hyslop will remain over Saturday
Boys' Wash Suits' $2.50 to $7.00
He'll feel fine in one
of these Tub Suits.
Here arc the cutest lit
tle two piece wash suits
for little Bill that- you
ever buttoned on hitr..
Well made and offered
' in many desirable color
combinations, and just
see the prices
$2,50 to $7.00
Boys' Underwear $1.00 to $1.50
Made just like Dad's, so as to
keep the boy Cool these warm
days, offered in checked dimity
and poros knit, athletic style.
Priced..., $1-00 to $1.50
Your Boy Needs a Good Time and a Good Suit
Gives it ,
BOYS' PALM BEACH SUITS
, e $5.50 to $13.50
The big half of a sum
mer's outing is to have
the boy smartly clad
and here are summer
suits. BOYS' PALM
BEACH, priced so rea
sonably and made co
well that you will have
double pleasure in sc-;
lecting one of these for
him. Bring the boy
down and let us fit him
out in one of these Palm "
SPECIAL SALE BOYS' STRAW
HATS 1-2 PRICE
This is a Clearance-Sale of BOYS' STRAW
HATS. For a few days we're offering these .
hats at 1-2 price. Buy him two hats for the
price of one.
Purchases made balance of this month will go on July account, payable Aug. 1
for field Inspections and will make
Travel Is Kemiiiird.
Travel on the Northern Pacific line
from Pendle'on to Pasco, which was
interrupted yesterday because of the
Myrick fire, was resumed today.
Iielurn From Vacation.
'lialph Burgess, Hubert Smith and
Hay Furnish returned yesterday from
the John Day country where they,
spent three days fishing. The boys
report that they caught the limit while
Districts Must Bear Expense.
A ruling recently made by. the at
torney geiicrul of the state changes
the ruling that had been made by the
superintendent of public instruction
which was to the effect that the ex
pense of auditing the accounts of the
clerks of school districts should be
paid out of the general fund. The at
torney general In his opinion, states
that the expense shall be born by the
PEACE IS BROUGHT ONE
WASHINGTON, June 30. (U. P.)
Tho peace resolution was brought a
step nearer tho final enactment when
the houso passed a measure on the con
ference report. It now goes to the sen
ate where they expect prompt action
and then to the president whose signa
ture will end the state of war.
COIT"Ki:S auk i;xuunin
PALKM, June 30. (I, J) Nearly
$230.0(10 is in the good roads coffers
through the state tax on motor fuel
during the month of May.
To seal In the
tested in service
Millions of miles of highways and city streets have proved Ztro
lene to be a lubricant of highest quality. This uniform quality is the
result of an efficiency in the manufacture of fine lubricants created
, by the combined resources, experience, knowledge and equipment
of the Standard Oil Company. (
You gain an advantage in the use of this time-tested lubricant by
following the recommendations of our Board of Lubrication Engi
neers embodied in the Zerolene Correct Lubrication Chart. .
Ask for a Chart for your car.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
grade for each type of engine
Tsuru AokL She's tho wife of
Sessu Hayakswa, the well-known
screen star. She played opposite!
him In "Bln-k Roses." They are1
tr-nstatin Shakespesj Into- Ja Da,-
THE BEE HIVE
bases its claim to your business upon its abUity to serve you adequately and well with
the merchandise which we carry. Merchandise of known merit and excellence. It
has always been the policy of this store to sell on a fair margin of profit and to give full
value DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR at all times.
lluhber Gloves lir
.... ltk- anil 'a
Cotton binding tape 5
Perfectionette Hair Nets . . . ltk?
Laco Collars and Vcsteo Sets Jilo
Crochet Thread 9o
Knitting Cotton ....5e
Aluminum Percolators ....$1.89
Cups without saucers
...6 for $1.75
Mush bowls, first quality. . . .C."o
We have received another
shipment of The Jim Dandy
Play Suits, This one has peg
top dutch pockets. It has prov
en a big seller with us.... 91.30
YOUR SATISFACTION IS THE MOST IM
Most people realize that a merchant cannot
give things awoy; they know he has to
make a profit; ho isn't In business for his health.
In the face of this statement we still claim we are
giving you part of our profit by being satisfied
with less than Is usually exacted. This gains
greater volume and after all we get the benefit.
Hut you shnre In it.
PORTANT THING WITH US IN
We are pleased to announce tho arrival of
new pattern in Dinne-ware, made, by the Mo
Nioolls pottery of thia country.
You will find a prevalence of grey In the dec
oration, which Is the newest color to be used In
dinner ware decoration. It will be a pleasure to
show you this pattern. Reasonably priced, quality
The Bee Hive
"More for Less"
ENDLETON ...tMifl- OREGOIV