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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY C, 1021.
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News Notes of Pendleton
CAl&NDAn Oil EVKNT8
June M-Ausuit I Aimmir
' July 10 to 16 Ellloon-Whlt
September 22, 28. 24 Annual
Mule Girt Hurt.
Elizabeth Stelwer, the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mr. Fred fitelwer, Is
eonvaleHclrtfr after Injuring her right
arm .In an electrlo wringer. She wan
wringing doll's clothe when the flenh
of her arm became caught In the
wringer. The arm was lascerated but
no bone were broken.
A. If. In In Munwrcr
A. H. Ia, who nerved ns a etnte fair
official for a number of yearn, hnn
'leen appointed an general manager for
the Oregon Cooperative Oraingrnwera
niworlatlon which in moving offices
from The Dalles to Portland. Mr. Iea
I already general manager for the
Western Woolgrowera warehouse anno,
elation. Lea has been, a resident of
Oregon for 1 9 years and Is a graduate
of the Wisconsin agricultural school
and of the agricultural college at
Thomson KxpwtM Appointment.
Ami 1). Thompson of Echo signed
the Imperial register yesterday and
was soon asking for Inside political
Information from Washington. Mr.
Thomson Is a relative of Senator
Stanfield and is therefore supposed
to be In a position to have straight
tips. Mr. Thomson was an aspirant
for appointment as United States mar
shal. He said yesterday that the
senators have agreed on every thing
except the marshalship, and Mr.
Thomson admitted that while he will
not be recommended for marshal he
will get an appointment. There has
been a report that Senator Stanfield
is trying to land Mr. Thomson In the
job of collector of customs. Orego-nian.
W ill Test Grain law
With a view of having a test suit
brought to settle the constitutionality
of the grain grading law passed by the
Inst legislature a meeting of the farm
bureau will he held this evening. The
move is the Immediate result of the
stand taken by exporters at Portland
that the law Is not valid because It
conflicts with the federal grain stand
dards. The question is a mooted one
land local farmers take the position
the law should be tested as soon as
possible. In the event the law Is held
unconstitutional, steps will then be
taken to have the federul grndes
changed so as to make them more fair
to the farmers. The present federal
grades have been unjust to the growers
and allow a valuable graft to the exporters.
Is Operauri t'pon,
Vernon Fowler is convalescing nt
St. Anthony's hospital after an oper
ation which was performed this morning
Last Meeting Tonight.
The last meeting of tho Tutuilla In
dian camp meeting will take place at
the MJssion tonight. Rev. Ragan of
Pilot Rock will be tiie speaker.
Acreage. Is 226,000.
Umatilla countys wheat acreage
this year is estimnted !' Fred lien
nlon. county agent, at 22S.000. This
is the same as Inst year's acreage.
There Is very little spring wheat Dils
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Apricots for Canning
Big shipment Fancy Large Moorparks for
Wednesday and Thursday.
This will be our Iastifrom this particular
FANCY, LARGE MOUNTAIN BINGS
For next week. Also Pie Cherries.
"WASTE LESS BUY TIIE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
Ijoaves for Hood Klvrr.
Frank Purdy, of the Umatilla In
dian Agency, and his mother, Mrs.
Purdy, of Oklahoma City, who has
been visiting her son, left today for
a two weeks stay in Hood River on Mr.
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New Officers to Arrive.
The new officers for the local post
of the Salvation Army are expected to
arrive here tomorrow. They will sue
ceed Captain Jennie Conrad and Lieu
tenant Myra Moys who have been
transferred to other posts.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
PENDLETON'S LEADING TORE
a -wrm A tTAff a
JULY 10 to lfi.
SITE FOR NEW EidE
SALEM, July 6. U. P.) The
slate boys' training school, which the
last legislature authorized, will be lo
cated f n the state land between the
present boys institution and the state
tuberculosis hospital, according to announcement.
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
ia 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
scom'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
County Meeting Tomorrow.
Representatives from 10 towns of
the county having commercial clubs
are expected here tomorrow evening
for the organization of the county fed
eration of commercial clubs, In ao
cord with the plan agreed upon Ins
week. It Is planned to entertain the
visitors with a dinner.
Will Ituilil Warehouses.
1L W .Collins, local gralnman who
lost a wohouse in the recent fire at
Myrick, will rebuild at once and has
already ordered the lumber for the
structure. The Pacific Grain Eleva
tor Co and the Farmers' Grain Eleva
tor Co. are also making plans to re
place their warehouses which were
completely destroyed by the blaze.
Turkey Tied Makes Showing.
Turkey Ited wheat grown on the
Georce Coppinser ranch near Echo is
going 30 to 35 bushels to the acre and
140 pounds to the sack, says a report
from the west end of the county. Mr.
Coppinger was the first wheat farmer
in Umatilla county to begin harvest.
The crop is better than the usual yield
of the region which seldom goes be
yond 20 bushels to the acre. It is at
tributed to the kind of wheat, Turkey
red proving well adapted to the light
soli of the Echo region and superior
to the yield of White Hybrid.
22. cal. for
CHAUTAUQUA DAYS, JULY 10 to 16
Wheat Tour Friday.
A visit to the clean certified fields
of Jenkins Club wheat will be made
Friday afternoon on a wheat tour
conducted by Fred Hennion. county
agriculture ngent. Mr. Hennion is
urging all Jenkins Club growers to
make the tour and the party will
leave the federal building at 2 p. in.
Friday. The grainflelds east and
northeast of Fendleton will be visited.
I-ast year a carload of Jenkins Club
was shipped in from Kendrick, Ida
ho, this seed having been hand pick
ed, selected and put Into multiplica
tion. Two 40 acre fields and one 80
acre field at Moscow, Idaho, were the
only clean fields of Jenkins Club
grown in the Northwest, and Jenkins
("lub growers are welcoming the news
that this year 800 acres of clean cer
tified Jenkins is being grown. The
growers are John Adams, Royden &
Thompson, F. S. Curl & Son, Glenn
Dudley, Peringer Ranches Co., I.. L.
Rogers, Jim Thompson and Sam
Thompson. Resides the Jenkins Club
the wheat inspected Friday will in
clude Rurbank wheat grown by Her
bert Thompson and Triplet grown by
F. S. Curl & Son.
AlBig Cleanup Sale
Of Shoes for Women
MANY STYLES OF HIGH GRADE BROKEN
LINES $3.00, $4.50, $465.
Women's White Reignskin Pumps and Oxfords,
Louis heels and military heels $3.00
Women's White Reignskin and White Kid Lace
Boots, Louis and military heels . j. . . $3.00
Women's Fine Black Kid and Patent Pumps, -
Louis heels .....$3.00
Women's Fine Black Kid Pumps and Oxfords,
Louis heels $4.50
Fine Bronze Oxfords, Bronze Pumps, Brown
Suede Pumps, Louis heels $4.85
Women's Fine Brown Kid and Patent Colt
Pumps, baby French heels $4.85
Women's Lace Boots in fine kid, gray, ivory,
brown, Louis heels $3.00
TiiiirsTature If 82.
The temperature touay is i:.
minimum last night w;us 50, and the
barometer registers 2 2.'J0.
Has Tonsils Kemoved.
George Kasari. the eight year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.. Kasari of
iiint ' onerated upon this
morning nt St. Anthony's hospital for
tonsils and adenoids.
Is iFJilnrjrirre Office".
Dr. H. yi. Hanavan is engaged in re
modeling the offices formerly occu
pied by Dr. U D. Idleman in the Bond
building. Dr. Hanavan, who is now
located In the Temple building, will in
his new quarters have a suite of four
rooms and will have a most modern
I'se Hotels Also.
All the motor tourists passing
through the country do not stay at the
camp grounds while here. Many of
the travelers stay at the hotels and it
has become an unusual day when the
names of several such people do not
appear on the registers at such hotels
as the Pendleton and St. George. In
fact the motor travelers make up a
considerable share of the hotel traf
fic Just now as general rail travel Is
DR. 0. O. FLETCHER, JR.
Chiropodist and Foot Specialist
Ingrown Nails, Callouses, Corns, Bunions,
Broken Arches and all kindred ailments quickly
and painlessly relieved.
Parlors at Nye-Ward Shoe Co. Phone
507 9 a. m. to t p. m.
In All Branches.
To tell you
of the care ia
would be high
a package ana
Much Fruit In Prospret.
Hermiston and Stanfield will ship
about 40 cars of apples this fall, or
four times the number shipped last
year, estimates Fred Bennion, county
agent, who visited the west end of the
county yesterday and who conducted
a thinning demonstration there. Her
miston, Mr. Bennion believes, will
ship from 15 to 20 cars and Stanfield
from 20 to 2a. Last year each local
ity shipped only about five cars. The
orchard thinning demonstration was
held in C. W. Priam's orchard and
about 15 fruit growers were present.
Other News of This
Department on Page 5
BUY A SEASON TICKET
AND SAVE MONEY
'Thirteen Attractions for the I'rice of Three.
SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE.
Adults, $2.72; Students, $1.50; Child's $1.00; No War Tax.
VnmiMn i inn r -iir- ri "tinir --Y - .
JULY 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Res. None 378 R
colators, 3 quart
heavy gauge, best
quality. Special at
The Bee Hive
"More for Less"
'ENDLETON ,.4i OREGON
tion cut glassware,
all pieces. Special
Extraordinary Price Concessions in
White Flyer Laundry
Soap. 21 bars for $1.00.
Hand decorated china
cups and saucers, three
patterns to choose from.
Special at 27c each.
Satin finish candy kept
in the most sanitary way.
Not handled by the hands,
the best summer candy
made. 45c per pound.
TIIE BEE HIVE prices are the lowest possible in keeping with successful business
operation. A business man cannot give his goods away but volume of sales does per
mit of a less selling price owing to the cut of overhead expenses. It is this volume
of sales which we are after and y ou will share in our success to the degree in which
you extend us your patronage. Our policy is one of co-operation involving mutual
benefits in which we ask you to partake.
Here Carpentler In one of hif
layurue irainiiu? pastimes, football.
Cut Star Sherbits, high
stem light blown, 6 for $3.
Cut Star Tumblers, high
stem, light blown, 6 for $3
And other articles in
light blown glassware to
add distinction to anyone's
Infants' Half Hose in all
patterns. Buster Brown
quality, 39c pair.