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DAILY EAST OEEQOKIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, :. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1021.
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News Notes of Pendleton
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CAIJ1VBAR OF EVENTS
June 2 7-August I Bummer
July 28 Meeting of Umatilla
and Wulla Walla County wheat
Beptember 19-24 Northwest
drain nnd Hay Show.
September, 23, 24 Annual
F. T. Notz of Baker. T;he appolnt-
I ment wag made by Governor Ben W.
la Now Employe.
Raymond (TootB) Garrlty,
Orande, Is a new employe
Charles Company. He In a
high school athletic star.
Frank Keys Appoint?!.
Frank Keys of Walla Walla, who Is
we'J known la Pendleton, has been ap
pointed IS, 8. marshal. He will move
from Walla Walla to Spokane where
he will have hie headquarters In .future.
C. W. Utttten Appointed.
Dr. C. W. Laasen, veterinarian of
this city, was yesterday appointed 'a
member of the state veterinary medi
cal examining board. He succeeds nr.
Art Acord in Film.
Art Acord, well known to Pendleton
Kound-Up fans as a performer at the
big show, 1 appearing on the screen
at the Pnstlme theater as the star In
'The White Horseman." The picture
Is a western drama and Acord plays
his part well.
To Hulld Hnngalow
Dr. J. A. Best secured a building
permit this morning at the office ot
the city recorder for the construction
of a bungalow at 808 East Bluff. The
estimated cost of the house will be
Harvest to Hdfln. ,-
Harvesting of the wheat icrown In
the Cabbage Hill Region will not be
gin before two weeks time because of
the lateness of the season, In that lo- i
cajity. While the acreage at Cabbage
Hill is not large the wheat growers re
port that yields will be excellent.
J'urloruj To Make Address ,
1A. Col. Charles Wellington Furlong
will make the chief address next Mon
day at the regular forum luncheon of
the Portland Chamber of Commerce.
He has been in' Portland and Salem
for the past ten days looking after
business connected with the sale of the
"Let 'er Buck" book. He will return
to Pendleton next (week.
Demonstration to It Held.
A paper dress form demonstration
will be held tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. in
the office of Mrs. Edith G. Van Deu
sen, home demonstration agent In tho
federal building. The demonstration,
which will be. given by Mrs. Van Deu
sen nnd trained leaders, is open to the
Umatilla county's bond issues since
1913 total $l,030jl00, the money being
for highway work, according to a re
cent report made by Henry M. Hazen,
financial editor of the Portland Tele
gram. The road levies in this county
have decreased from J79.3H8 to $40,
425 during the period from 1913 to
1921. the report shows.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
FENDLCTON'8 LEADING TORB
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RgTN use me r nones
Grocery; 2 Phones
Other Depts. 78
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THE BREAD IN DEMAND
Always Sweet, Pure and Clean
FULL WEIGHT LOAVES, 1 1-2 lb. 15c; 1 lb. 10c
Whole Wheat, Graham, Rye, Raisin and White.
Place n standing order for the dark breads.
WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE PENDLETON
DEALERS OF HOLSOM BREAD. ALSO OF
RICH MORNING'S MILK from the J. M. HARRI
SON DAIRY RANCH on Birch Creek.
r ioi-tioi-ioi-ioi-ioi-ioi-ioi toiioi-
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court Street
Phone 101 Private Exchange Connect
S ' both Departments.
THE SEASON'S NEWEST NOVELTY
The Harding Blue Sautolr and Bracelet This new novelty, origi
nated by the Klger Boyn have only been on the market three weeks,
,but,-KO Hoy these three weeks !!
If you haven't one get one now. be In style with the rest and be one
, of the first In your town to. wear a Harding Blue Ribbon on your
' watch or a Sautoir. Come in and see us, we have just received a big
selection at ery little cost. (Don't dclayl Come now). Hanscom
always has the best and newest.
' GIFTS TIIAT IAST
Hanscom's Jeweliy Store
; Fishing t
22. cal, for
hook For Runaway Boy
The police are looking for a run
away boy from Baker who Is supposed
to have come to I'endleton following
his disappearance from his home at
Baker yesterday. He Is 13 years old,
hag black hair, light gray eyes and
wore a black hat, old shoesnew blue
overalls and a light shirt, according
to the description furnished the police.
The officers are searching for the lad.
Special Sale all This Week
On many items in our DRY GOODS and ART DEPARTMENT sections. Read each
one over, there are a number you'll be interested in. Each one a "money saver" and
they are timely because you can use them NOW!
Parsons Are Good Carpenter
That preachers can do good carpen
try work on a pinch is graphically il
lustrated In a picture that appeared In
Tuesday's Portland Telegram. The
picture shows a number of Baptist
preachers of Oregon busily engaged in
building a mission house In Portland.
An Inseri In the big picture shows Rev.
J. W.'Stocktbn of Helix holding boards
which ara being sawed by Dr. O. C.
To nan Ootimr
When the two troops of Pendleton
Boy Scouts meet tonight the attend
ance will undoubtedly be a record
I reaker because tonight is the time
for making definite plans concerning
the trip to the mountains that the boys
are to enjoy this summer. The scout
masters. H. J. Kirby and Rev. J. M.
Cornelison. will assist in the planning.
The meetings are held In the old city
library' room in the municipal building.
Books Ready For Shipment
That the ''Let 'en Buck" book by
Charles W. Furlong is about ready for
shipment to Pendleton where It will
be distributed Is assumed to be true
following the receipt of a request from
George Palmer Putnam in which he
asks for instructions' abqut shipping
Die books. The Pendleton Commercial
Association will have charge of the
distribution of the books to the Round
1 1 boosters who guaranteed their sale.
Fields Being Certified.
Fields of wheat in this county meet
ing the necessary requirements are be
ing certified by George Hyslop, crop
expert from Oregon Agricultural Col
lege. Mr. Hyslop, with Fred Bennion,
county agent, is visiting fields near
Pendleton today. The two are much
pleased with the fields of pure Jen
kins Club, a' variety net grown exten
sively in this county but one which Mr.
Bennion hopes will win popularity
with wheat growers.
Publicity -Man in I .a Grande.
Tendleton is trying something new
In the way of Round-l'p publicity this
year by staging what they call a "per
sonal publicity campangn," according
to Arthur Rudd, of the University of
Oregon school of journalism, who is
doing publicity work for the show, the
dates of which are September 22, 23
and 24. 'Rudd passed through I.a
Grande last night on his way to tne
branch line towns, where he plans to
spend about two weeks. He expects to
spend the last part of. August in and
around La Grande in the same work.
"It's going to be some show." "said
Rudd in discussing the Rnund-t'p with
an Observer reporter last night. Good
crop prospects probably mean a big-
in the world
the one that
: Maybe its
Just buy a
una out.. y
In order to clean
these out for our
new stocks that will
be coming soon, we
are offering all our
wash voiles at one
Lot Women's Vests
5 for $1.00;.
Big lot women'
vests, comfy cut
.and shell top, all
sizes, 34 to 44, val
ues 25c to 40c, spe
cial sale, 5 for 1.00
Remnants 1-2 Price
' Big lot Wash Goods, all lengths from 2 yards to
4 1-2 yards.
v 2.50 Table Damask $1.95
.'Made of finest quality yarns, double damask and
of beautiful floraly designs, special, yard $1.95
One Lot Collar Points 26c Yd.
Made of organdie, embroidered and come in col
ors, regular 39c value, special sale 26c
Hair Bows 69c
Values up to $1.00 on special sale, offered in all
colors, 1 1-4 yd. lengths. Special Sale 69c bow.
One Lot Veil
ing 1-2 Price
To clean out this
lot we're going to
sell this lot at 1-2
One Lot Neckwear 25c
A limited quantity women's fine stylish neckwear,
values up to $2.50 to close out at 25c
One Lot Veiling 1-2 Price
To clean out this lot we're going to sell this lot at
One Lot Silkoline 13c
Make up comforters now, use our silkolines, of
fered in a good assortment of patterns and colorings,
36 in. Special sale, yard 13c
One Lot Cretonnes 1-2 Price
Choice patterns of best quality to close out at 1-2
Lace Curtains 75c Pair
2 1-2 yd. lengths, white and cream, about 10 pair
left. Buy them at 75c pair.
Sofa Pillows $1.26
Just 8 of them in this lot, dark colors, covered
with tapestry, good for the car, camping and the
like. Regular price $1.75, on special sale. . . . $1.26
One Lot Package Goods 1-2 Price
Includes baby dresses, rompers, women's gowns,
envelopes, etc. Special sale 1-2 price.
ger crowd than ever and Pendleton is
making extra efforts this year to ac
commodate the crowds as a good host
should." La Grande Observer.
Snorting a New Carpet.
A brand, spanking new rose colored
carpet is an attraction that enhances
the beauty Of the Hotel Pendleton.
The new carpet has Just been placed.
Took the Whole Thing.
John Dunning, circulation .manager
of the East Oregonian, was loser last
night when someone entered' the ga
rage where he keeps his car, 1010
West Alta street, and stole the extra
tire, rim and tube. The. tire was a
35x4 1-2 Goodyear Cord, and it was in
sured against thet
Back I-Tom Seattle
Charles Kelson has returned from
Seattle where he recently took four
carloads of cattle which were Joaded
at Pilot Rock. The cattle went to
Portland and were then forwarded to
Seattle, and he declares that he receiv
ed a better price at the Seattle market
than he could have received at Port-
He feels very well satisfied wnn
Visit Not Asorol Yet.
That no further plans for the ex
noptprl visit of Secretary of the Inter
ior Allien Fall to the West have been
made Is the information that has been
received here in a lelter from Repre
sentative N. J. Sinnott. It is known
that the secretary expects to be In
Washington until August, but whether
be will be able to make his trip
through the Northwest is not known.
GIVE PICNIC PARTY
PILOT ROCK. July 20. Will Glass.
Albert Kennison, George Done, Wal'er
Albrecht. Francis Jnuues and Dr.
Schneider returned Monday from a
three days fishing trip on Pearson
creek. They report a good catch.
Mre. E. B. Casteel and children,
Blaine and Maxine are spending a
few days visiting at the Bert Westgat .
Mrs. Ross Pickering arrived homo
froo Illinois Monday evening to be nt
the bedside of her son, Marion Milton,
who is seriously ill .with pneumonia
fever, nt the ranch home of Her.rv
The mas Jaues and Herbert Royle-i
Sr., left last week for Mr. Jaques' mine
ir. Pnlon county
Miss Edna Cock f Pendleton, spent
the week-end here, the guest of Mrs.
Y. C. Stanley.
Mrs. Louis King of Pendleton is
here visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. C. A. Cooper.
Mr ancVMrs. E. E. Hutchinson were
business visitors to Pendleton the last
of the week. .
Mrs. C. G. Bracher had her tonsils
removed in Pendleton iast week. Miss
Veda Bracher, who is in training at St.
Vincent hospital in Portland was pres
ent at the operation and accompanied
her mother home. Mrs. Bracher is
Berkeley DeVaul, son of Dr. Oscar
DeVaul, of this, city, is here visiting
Little Geraldine Hayes, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hayes, who had
her foot severely cut in a .mowing ma
chine last week, is getting along nice
ly. A mong the local peor le who attend
ed a pic?iic ot the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Folsom Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Jensen. Norman Jensen.
Kenneth Love, Mrs. Herbert Boylen.
Sr., Byrdie Boylen, Alice Boylen, Lem
uel Boylen, Alta Smith. Verona Ful
lenweider, Memory Orange,, Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boylen,
Jr., and children. Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Kauffman and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Farnwald and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Winters of Pendleton.
Mrs. Orville Acton returned home
Sunday from a weeks' outing at Leh
Mit-s Lillian Cooper has accepted a
And It Tests High, Too
Representative Frank Sloan of Stan,
field was here today on a business
mission. Not only is the west end har
vesting one of the biggest wheat crops
it has ever known, but the tests show
that the grain is weighing exceptional
ly high, many tests showing weights of
62 pounds to the bushel. Mr. Sloan is
also In the sheep business, and he has
a shipment of lambs on the road to
eastern markets now. He is running
about 16,000 sheep this year, not Quite
as many as he usually has.-
Dr. O. O. Fletcher, Jr.
cnmoionisT and foot
Ingrown Nails, Callouses, Corns,
Bunions, Broken Arches nnd all
kindred nilmentx. quickly and pain
Pai lors t N jo-Ward Shoe Co.
' ' . Phone 58
In Hlg Oirovtory
The Pendleton Commercial Associa-
Hon will be listed in tho big directory
I of the American Bureau ot" Trade Ex.
tension which is soou to bo published
I nt New York according to Information
that has been received at th( office of
the association. Names of officers,
the number of members and whether
the local organization is affiliutcd
with the I'nited States Chamber of J
Comnuwot is the Information sought
which will be listed in the directory
which is -circulated In business circles
all over the world.
Mid Summer Specials
You will profit well by giving these special priced
articles your consideration.
Ladies Silk Auto Caps', all popular colors.
Values up to $2.00. Special at $1.19
Gold Band Cups and Saucers. Regular 6 for
$2.75. Special, 6 for $1.75
Ico team tublers, heavy fluted sides, 6 for $1.50
Ice Tea Tumblers, heavy fluted sides, 6 for $1.25
Ice Tea Tumblers, cut star and grape pattern,
6 for $2.00
Glass Berry Sets, the set $1.49
Choice of one lot of Ladies' Collar and Cuff Sets..24c
Fruit Jar Rubbers, the most timely item on the
market, three boxes ISc
The BEE HIVE
"MORE FOR LESS"
position at tho Tsn.
Mrs. W. C. Stanley spent last week
in Pendlet.-n attending the. Chautau
qua. Mrs. Frank Hone left Saturday for
the Gene Knotts ranch to spend a cou
ple of weeks.
The Misses Verletta and Marjorle
Done and Rvrriia rn.,i . .
A fire extinguisher that puts
out any kind of a fire in its In
Safeguard your property,
home or car with a Pyrene Fire
Remember Chautauqua Dates, ffi
J. L. VAUGHAN
Electric Supply House
Phone 139.206 E. Court
A. C. Kocppen & Bros.
The Drug Store Thai Berre
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