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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON OREGpN, , THLT.Al' fcVEEKO.' jCSE ?C, 1621.
1 Watching Carp
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People Here and There
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It doesn't pay for the. farmer to tell fain mine. The Buffalo belnjr prnctl
what a lare crop of wheat he will I cully cloned down till after the and
'have, according to the theory of Wll-land 4th. He report seeing that well
Ham Btlmmel of Helix, beeauxe he known old Pendletonlan,
thinkR that In likely to have a deiirena-
Inir price on th crop, ffo Bill ayB
that hU yield will be 10 bimhels to the
acre. His eyes twinkled when he said
.It, though, so the chances are he Is
figuring on a blsKer yield than that.
He and Mrs. Stlmmel were here today.
N. Berkeley returned last night
from a throo weeks' stay at the Buf-
lperttler, who owns claims to the south
of the Buffalo. He aUo reports see
ing "picture rock" taken from Paptae
Tardlff's's claim, both native gold and
silver .being vlsable to the naked eye.
l'armentler and Tardlff have both
stayed faithfully with the Granite district.
Mir twvvmt, saw nmu
rwuatira. N Uf
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ut full boi
htr dtugritt'i. ur
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Miss Anna Brown and UUIan Stev
ens who taught dur.nir this year In
the county schools, are enjoying a va
cation that is worth while. They are
now at Seattle from whore they will
sail for Alaska for a 20-day trip.
Eleven principals of standard high
schools In Umatilla county are taking
training during the summer months
in different universities and normal
schools. There nre 13 standard high
schools in the county.
Mr. and Mrs. George "Calhoun were
here from their home in Washington
yesterday for a visit. Mr. Calhoun Is
prinepal of the Valley View school
Just arrocs the Oregon -Washington
Dr. W. D. McNary, superintendent
of the Eastern Oregon State Ho.spital
Is In Portland on business.
Today's grain market is the same an
yesterday's with , the exception of
September wheat closing a fourth of
a cent higher than yesterday. July
wheat closed at H.24 1-4 and Septem
ber wheat at $1.23 , 1-4. Following
are the, 'quotations received by Over
beck & Cooke, local brokers:
. ,. '. , ' Wheat. .
. Open. Jlltfh. Low. Close.
July $1.23 $1.24 $l.l'2 J1.24W
Sept. ' l.2' 1.23 1.18 1.23
.61 V4 .624
Paul Reed, principal of the Union
School District No. 1 at Helix Is at
tending summer school at the Univer
sity of Washington at Seattle.
Frank Keys, farmer of Walla Walla,
Is a business visitor in Pendleton today.
Y our Picnic Lunch
Afake t f orhplefa by taking along our special pic
nic packer. For your convenience we are carrying
assarted flavors of Delicious Golden West Ice Cream
- in two quart and otie gallon cans which we will pack
lo last all d;ly.
Call up any of the following fountains and give
them the size of the picnic packer you want. We'll
do the rest.
F. E. WELCH
GRIGGS & TRYON
The Wholesome Butter
Ix-t (iroilliiK fcontrani.
. The contract for the grading of the
county highway from Pilot Bock to
Vinson has been let by the state high
way commission. Axman and Har
rington, La Grande contractors, were
awarded the Job -at a cost of about
$73,000. Work is to begin Immedi
ately. The road is 14 miles In length
and a great deal of it will call for an
immense amount of work according
to a statement by members of tho
county court, all or whom returned
this morning from Portland where
they attended the meeting of the commission.
A resolution calling for the conv
damnation of land owned by Mira L.
lleeder and two minors, Claude W.
Keedor and Bonlta A. Reeder for the
Havana-Helix highway has been
adopted by the county court. Instruc
tions have been Issued lo the district
attorney to start the condemnation
Vote To Consolidate.
A canvass of the Tottes cast by
school Districts Nos. 2 and f,8 In the
recent annual election shows that
every vote cast was In favor of the con
solidation of the two districts. ,
WOOL SAlE OF SEASON
GREAT FALLS, June S9'.i-(A:- P.)
Wool sales and figures reported here
irom the plentywood sales are 100.000
pounds, prac tically at 20 cents a pound
purchased by Hioiden ror Dewey
Gould. Other sales here are thu Ben
ton Sheep Company. 40,000 pounds at
)6 cents, sold to Koshland for J. Kosh
land Company. Northwestern Sheep
Company, 25,000 at 19' cents, sold to
Holden. The Big Sag clip of 50,000
pounds refused 20 cents offered by
Holden and has shipped. Light wool
is bringing a high .figure, and heavy
wool the low. It is understood that
considerable wool has been sold but
the above are the first sales reported
for the season. -
Wh"rit Plenty of activity on both
sides of the market today, prices de
clining rapidly during the forenoon,
based on the rains in the northwest,
and prediction of unsettled weather
of Minnesota, North Dakota, and
Montana. The decline was met by a
good demand from the seaboard, this
took the surplus off the market and
when the shorts started to cover, of
ferings were so meafcer that ' early
loss was more than 'recovered, late in
the session a report came from New
York that Germany was in the market
for 3,000.000 bushels of wheat and it
was thought considerable buying of
futures was against sales abroad.
Mineapolls mills claimed a material
improvement In demand for flour with
bne leading concern saying that In
quiry was the best in a year. Market
for Immediate future will undoubted
ly bo dominated by weather conditions
in the northwest and nervous market
to be expected preceding the holidays.
Exclusive of weather conditions how
ever, the situation appeals to us as
belnt a mighty strong one with every
evidence of improved buying power on
the breaks. .
All exchanges will be closed Satur
day and Monday. . ..
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KO MORE M AR.
LONDON, June 3D. "America and
Great !ritain: will never fight again,"
Lord Cunwn declared In accepting the
statue of George Washington for bis
country and said the... statue would
stand aa a symbol of an jndiuiuluble
Anglo-American . friendship.
Dtecanips - watches every move
ment of George now that the scrap '
with Dempsey is only days away.
Descamps is shown here at Carp s
ring aid..- at the Mtuihaaut-l tropins
I IVKSTOCK IS STEADY
PORTLAND, June 30. (IT. P.)
Livestock is steady; eggs and butter
are firm, 1 ' r - r
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I'M A PINK, June- 30. On Friday
Hudson Hay Gijinge No. 3C1 held their
annual picnic up, the Walla Walla riv
er at the Pacific Power and Light Co.
plant with about sixty or seventy in
attendance. After a big dinner at
noon the grangers enjoyed games and
other sports until the supper hour,
after which the crowd went home.
Among those attending were the Saun
ders. Kirks, Records, Fehrcnhachrs.
Beans, LeRoux, Jones, Murphys,
Rominger, Krumbah, Pef fley. Peals,
Phllippis, Hays, Pool, Dickersons.
Hamper. . -
R O. Burlingame has secured a
three year lease on the farms of Lane j
Hoon, T. O. Goodman, and it is said
that of M. O. Beauchnmp whereby
during any time during the next three
1 years he may drill wells for oil. By the
terms of the lease should oil be found
the owner of the ranch will receive
cne-eighth of the product. The lease
I does not interfere with the present
j operating of the ranches by their own
ers. The soils, -which have alkali on
them when very wet oily like sub
stance comes to the surface.
" Mr. and Mrs. Cal Collet and Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Records leave Friday for
a few days' visit with realtives at The
Dalles. They are making the trip by
R. E. Bean Is In Portland th's week
with the other commissioners on
county business. They meet the state
highway commission and let the con
tract for the grading of a road to Pilot
Dock. Mr. Bean is accompanied by
his son Allan. They are making the
trip by auto.
U rover Hodgen passed through Mil
ton this week on his way to Dayton.
He did not stop over with relatives
and friends this trip.
Harry Wellman of O. A. C, exten
sion work was in Walla Walla this
week visiting with relatives.
Myrtle and -Lawrence Harp of Port
land are guests with their relatives,
the 'Records families, this week.
.1 Roy Records, J. A. Records, Frank
Pool left Wednesday for Roy Records'
timber claim on Government moun
tain. While gone the men expect to
build a cabin.
Mrs. John Allen is home after vaca
tion spent in Moscow, Idaho.
Mrs. Edith Van Deusen was in Urna
pine on Monday and met with the
women of tho Fair committee, Mrs.
J. E. Jones and Mrs. 1. J. Kirk. She
also called on Mrs. D. O. Saunders. for
a report of the canning club who arc
making a splendid start in- their work.
The corn club which organization has
fallen through as there must be six
members. Two failed to plant early
enough. Mrs. Van Deusen is th"
county home! demonstration agent and
she was accompanied by her son Ted
who is enrolled at Stanford University
arid is .spending his vacation in Pen
D. O. Saunders has been unfortun
ate during the past month for during
that time he has lost three fine big
marcs. Tvo were attacked . with
swamp fever according to Walla Wal
la veterinarys and this Wednesday
morning when he left the house he
round that another had fallen. over a
rocky bank of Dry Creek which runs
through his place and had broken her
Mrs. K. Moore returned home - on
Sunday after a ten days trip in Idaho.
While at Peck Ida., she visited her
father and efterward she visited rela
tlvi's in Kendrick. . Idaho.
J. .1. Miller on Mud Creek Is hav
ing a cook house built for harvest.
The work is being done by E. Moore.
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Spring Chickens for your cele
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