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MONDAY EVENING, JULY 25, 1921.
DAILY EAST OUEGONIAN, f ENDLETON, OHEGOIT,
is Notes of Pendleton
. CALENDAR OP EVENTS
' June 27-Huguit - ( Summer
July 28 Meeting of Umatilla
nnd Wulln Wulla County wheat
September 19-24 Northwest
Grain and Hay Show.
Beptemoer 22, 38, 24 Annual
Pendleton Round-up . ..
New of Jfc-tuli Arrives.
Kowh of tho death of Wlllam Bltt-
Per of OarllHle, J'ennylvanla, wit re
ceived today by his souf- Sum Blttner.
Mr. JiiUrfer, who wat S3 yearn of u.ge,
hud been In good health until recently,
lfeslrtcs the locajman ho Is survived
by iliiyans Uittnjr and Alfred Hltner,
both of whom JeHlde In I'eusyjvanlu.
Mrs. KiUncf died 15 yearni no.
liHf. The stubble wus fired and for a
while, there was a real battle before
the flumes could bo controlled. The
wheat loss was not heavy, only a(fcw
bugs being destroyed. ;
Ligliliilnir' Fire AVIieaC
. A pile of wheat In the Back In ,a
field baton King to Joe Hanscom In
the Cold Horlnsrn district burned yes
terday after belnir etruek Tiy llghtn.
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Wheat Tests Are lllgh
Totals ot wheat tlr.H year, according
to btiyerH, are proving uniformly high,
I'ractleully off varietieii ate scaling at
leant 60 pounds and some has gone as
high us 64 pounds. One grower has
reported a test, of 60 pounds In the
iUrl this year, und last -yeur wheat
from the same klnd'of ground tested
between 64 and St. ' , -
Ncunpapor Wants I'UmrcH '
Tho Dayton, Ohio, News wants pic
ture of places and scenes of interest
of 1'endleton and Umatilla county for
Its fillers, und a request for such mat
torlal has been received by the Com
mercial Association. Bcenes of the .big
wheat fields, and features from the
Kound-Up will be Bent to the paper.
Uound-Cp Is l Vatuml
The' Pendleton Hound-Up Is fea
tured In an article in yesterday's Ore
gon Journal, telling the story of the
writing of "Lft 'er Buck," by Colonel
Charles Wellington Furlong. Under
tho heading,' 'Tendluton's area!
Itoiind-t'p Is an American Kplsode;
Author 1,'iitnts a Wonderful picture ot
its spirit," the article toils tho story
of the hound-Up and quotes at length
from "Let 'er Tiuek." . -
It's a Hoy. j 1
Mr. ndMrs. Clyde Phillips are the
patents etjra boy with lusty lungs who
was born Saturday afternoon at 6
o'clock at St. Anthony's hospital.' The
youngster weighed seven pounds at
birth, and ho has been named James
Tirry I'hillips. Mother and son ate
getting along nicely and pan is wear
ing a smile. "
Use the Phones
Grocery,- 2 Phones 526
Other Dcpfcs. 78 '
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
PEXDLETOU'S LEADING TORE
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'Jelly Time" v
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; - We have a good supply of: 'v
; Crab Apples . Loganberries
Red 'Junt Apples Blackberries
Striped Astrachans Sugar
Currants v Jelly Glasses
i i ' and Parawax
YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
01 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
both Department. .
T IQt-IOI-IOI 101 TOt T0II0I IQI XQi- V
Make Ids Cutdc Slilpiiii'iil.
Big cuttle otvners in the south part
of the county Joined in a second train
load shipment of cattle from I'llot
Hock which was shipped from rilot
Itock Kuturduy morning. They were
hilled to Seattle, but a part of the lot
will undoubtedly be sold in Portland.
Twenty-eight carloads were included
in the shipment.
Special Sales in our Dry Goods arid Ready
. v to-Wear Department '
LOOK OVER THE LIST of things listed on this page. ' Just the jseasonable ar
ticles wanted immediately, yet not always available t sucli interesting prices. This is
an 5pportuht time to find lots of your summer want. Come and see them.
CV-ilhiBH (ivt 'alut Coat
' The tellings of The Peoples Ware
house are reapelndent in a coat of new
paint today following a day of labor
spent iby pamters In the store over
Sunday. Some damage by smoke was
done to the paint, recently as a result
of the fire that started in the Wendt
Pain Store, and tho Improvement
tjrlghtens thej apiearance of- the big
ASSORTMENT OF WASH DRESSES
Want to Kring Settlers.
A request for information about land
for sale here as well as markets, rain
fall and other data has been received
at the office of the Commercial Asso
ciation from a colonlzatibn company at
Gary, Indiana. The seekers of Infor
mation declare that they have a num
ber of clients who have been employ
ed by the-flteel mills who have at least
300Q which they want to invest in
Eastern Oregon lands.
THE SEASON'S NEWEST NOVELTY
The Harding Hint Bautolr and Bracelet. This new novelty, origi
nated by the Kiger lloyn have-only been on the market ,Mtrco weeks,
but, O Hoy these three weeks !! '
. ICyou haven't one get one njw, b In slyle with tho rest and be one
of the first In yonr.lown to" wear a Harding llluo'Itibbon on your
watch or a Santo ir. Come In and see tts, we have Just received a big
Selection at very little cost. (Itoii't delay! Come now). Hanscom
always has the best and Jiewest. '
GIVTS THAT LAST . '
Hanscom's Jeweliy Store .
22. cat for
Gets .lull S'ntcii i
On a charge of unlawful possession
of liquor, Ted Smith was given a fine
of $30, or 25 days In Jail when hi
trial was held Saturday afternoon in
police court. . He accepted the Jail
sentence. Oeorge .Murray forfeited
hail of $5 when he was' arrested on a
fharge of running a carVvith the cut
out open. George AV. Caldwell also
forfeited bat when he ws arrested on
a c.hnrgi'lif parjfing a car on the wrong
side of the street. . . '
Governor Writes Appreciation.
"I wish to assure you that I have
been at so many of the Hound-Ups
that I feel a deep personal interest in
Its success, and whutever nice things
I have Jiad to say about the show
come from tho heart." That is the
message received here from Governor
Olc'ott, in- a reply to a letter of appre
ciatici sent him recently for Ms atti--tude
when nn effort was made by of
ficers of humane organizations to
throw further restrictions about the
handling of stock during the big show.
Itnki Hi'Imm Itoads
Newly graveled roads in Umatilla
cotinty have not Jet settled will be
greatly benefited by the steady rain
that ias fallen today, students ot
conditions believe. jload builders
watch weather conditions very close
ly when" now roads are . being put
down, and a heavy shower on newly
Placed gravel Is one of the best things
possible to Insure the-roid settling to a
firm base. Several miles of road on
the Old Oregon Trail over Cabbage
Hill will be packed a great deal by the
shower, and a short stretch on the
I'cndleton-Kcho road isxpected to be
Kelly Kliow Arrives
In two special cars the Kelly Corne
lians arrived today on No. 17 and in
spite of the rain moved promptly into
the lot across from the postoffiee. The
managcmentwias acquired a repertoire
Of new plays some of thdm still play
ing In New York and with the new ma
terial, 'new scenery and new costumes,
they promise some exceptional enter
tainment for tho week, l'hil "Abie"'
Berg and Kit "Slilvcrs" Hunt still
furnish most, of the laughs and they
are pleasing larger houses coming back
than they did on the way east. An ad
dition since thoompany played Pen
dleton Is the "Hichard's Sextette" who
offer something new and different in
harmony. This will be the last op-portunlty-lo
see the company oCfun
slers this siujimer as It wil lbe only a
few weeks now until they close -under
canvas and open their fall and winter
engagements. Incidentally the Kelly
folks are now boasting ninety-nine
weeks continuous allowing, a record
which speaks volumes for the quality
of the show.
Big Selling Event,
, Wash Voiles 1-2
Price i -
In order to clean these
out for our new stocks
tnat win De coming
soon, we're offering all
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our wash voiles at one
half price. -
in ivrv st. t
Lot Womenfs Vests 5 f or $1.0Q
Big lot women's vests, comfy cut and shell top, all
sizes, 34 to 44, values 25c to 40c, special -sale,
5 for . ..'...!.;.........;.. $1.00
Rieht now when vou can best use them wg are
placing on special sale an assortment of fine wash
dresse's of ORGANDIE and VOILE, made up with
attractive styles. You will like them and the prices
"will delight you. Buy one or two at thes prices, s
ONE LOT DRESSES $3.93
This is the Banner Bargain of the day. One splen
did lot of fine" organdie, v)ile and gingham dresses,
td close out at . .. : . $3.98
FINE SILK POPLIN SKIRTS SL93
Only a few of these left. and they must be closed
out Worth many times' more than what, we are
asking, but in' order to move them we have marked
them, eachV$1.98 for your choosing. ' ' ,
ONE LOT WOOL SKIRTS $9.95
Orfe lot women's wool plaid sport skirts to , close
out These values are excellent and worth " much
more than we are now asking for them. Choice $9.93
- SILK SKIRTS 7.95
Only a few of these splendid skirts left. Get yours
now for summer wear. Must be closed out and this
price will move them.
One Lot Cretonnes 1-2 Price -
Choice patterns of best quality to close out at J.-2
price. " ....
One Lot Package Goods 1-2 Price
Includes baby dresses, rompers, women's gowns,
envelopes, etc. -Special sale 1-2 prfce.
Remnants l-2 Price
Big lot Wash .Goods, 'all lengths from 2 yards to
4 1-2 yards. - ... . . .
$2.50 Table Damask $1.95 ! '
; Made of finest quality yarns, double damask and
of beautiful floral designs, special, yard ?l-95
One Lot Collar Points 26c Yd. f
Made of organdie, embroidered 'and come in col
ors, regular 39c value, special sale 26c
Hair Bows 69c v
Values up to $1.00 on special sale," of f ered in' all
colors, 1 1-4 yd. lengths. Special sale 69c bow.
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 "
Ta clean out this lot we're going to sell this lot at
1-2 price. - ' y
. 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, jrd 13c
Lace Curtains 75c Pair
2 1-2 yd. lengths, white and cream,- about 10 pair1
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 . ... . . $1.26
Other News of This
Department on Page 5
tobacco makes 50
good cigarettes for
NEW YORK, July 25.-(1. N. S.)
The Knishts of Col" tubus liuve been
assured that Henry 1'ord does not in
tend to attack the K. of C. or other
Catholic orRuniz:itions or the l utnoiic
ehurch. When there wero apparent
ly well-founded rumors that the l-"ord
paper planned to uttaek tatholics
uftpp rani' inl nir wliut mis oecn cau-
bers of the Knights of .Columbus m
Detroit, requested, through Frederick
K. Hofltster, an office of Detroit
Council, K. of C., li'formfttion-Jroni
the editorial board of thp Kord week-
Jj;. as to whether an nnti-t attiolic
campaign was contemplateil.
Suurctne Secretary William -J.
Giuley, of the K of C., nnnouueed re
cently that ". .1. Cameron, one of the
editors gt the Dearborn .Independent,
had nsmtred the letroit ' KniBhts that
no untl-K. of O. or anti-Catholic cam
paign would be made I- that journal.
11, AN I TS .U'yi ITTKl).
ANN A!U10i$Mt.'n.. July 25, I.
s.) The conjunction of Jupiter
und Katurn is not to blame for the ex- i
ce.-wtve heat this summer, according,
to Professor Krflph Curtiss. t(f the I
Cniversity of Michigan. The licat I
thrown off by other planets is so
small as to be almost negligible, the ,
professor declares. The two planeu
are several million miles distant and ,
that they only seem to be approach- i
ing closer becau0 they are in a line,
With the-. chi-uL Nor are comets to
lilamo, file Michigan scientist do
clures, tor th torrid waves.
THE BEE HIVE
Wliorc Quality ami
THERE MAY BE LARGER
STORES BUT NONE WITH N
SMALLER PRICES -
THE BEE HIVE
"The Store of Economical
An Enthusiastic Response
Thj spirmlid response of the public to our policy of selling QUALITY WBRCHAN.DI&E for LESS
"JIOXEV ix a source ot grent satisfaction to us. It shows conclusively that the people appreciate our ef
fort to save thorn money on their purchases at this store. With your continued support we shall continue
this policy A rOUOY OF OKEATEK SALKS AT LESS PllOFIT THAN VSUAU
Medium weight fluted Ice Tea
(llasses. l'er set of J
Best quality St. Dennis Cups aud Saucers,
heavy" harvest ware, in plain white.
: . ". . $ 1,50 per tUraen
Three dosen Fruit Jar
MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS , v :
Whether you purchase anything or not makes no difference we want yott to come In and
home. Meet your, friends here ami take advantage of our iitore service In .every possible mauuer.
New shipment of Market und Auto lunch baskets.
,i...Utiq to SS.IHI
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Large Glass FrukTJowl sU glass ishen.
Gold band Cups and
Saucers, xeg. $2.75
set. Special ....$1.75
THE BEE HIVE
"Mare tor Ii'
Coveralls for the
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