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Special News of Umatilla Co.
14 MILES OF FENCE IS
m v. o. isuiraivHm n.mi i
ports thai she suffered from extreme
neu while theie.
C. B. Sttirdlvant and Lloyd Sturdi-
Hi first of
(Kast Orrgnnisn Special.)
UKIAIf, July 25,- Horn, In rendit
ion, July J", to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
lionit, of J'HUih, ji daughter.
t. t.ibson of rcndli'ton, now l-
cnld st the ( oiniuii hotel wnm he land with his
will remain during his vacation nl j home Monday.
will give treatments to anyone wishing Haying is on In full bloat but' men
them nhlle her. - !Br very scare and the bavin will be
f Mil! Carter and lloseoe Fhnw -'t;re
I guests nt the Ukiah hotel Tuesday
in slit on their return from t-.irtlaio!
j whew they had bee.i vith their beef
I Oeorge Pooscr and wife of Rrid.ce
1 creek w re In town T-Kday. '
Frank Jlilhert. hc wi lit to Perl-
beef attle returned
f'r. Kmith of I'oiiland, was a guest
ai 1I1 I'klah hotel Friday nlcht, en
lonte to Ixng Creek.
Mr. and and Mrs. phaen Mettie vis
Ited Kunday at Roscoe Dickensons
pic king currants and gooseberries.
Frank P. Hinkle experienced an ex
citing runaway when returning from
Pilot Rock the first of the week. He
won working a young horse and It be
came frightened, throwing Frank off
the waiton and came dashing on into
I own, leal In different parts of the
wngon scattered around town, but no
mm nun damage was done,
Airs, iGeorge Ness nnd family, ac
companied by Mis Irene Kirk and Mr.
and Mr Jinks Howard visited at Hid-
eway Springs last Sunday.
Mr. J. IX Kirk returned from Ra
cine, Wisconsin, last Kj-M.iy. She re-
slow on account of scarcity of help.
Mrs. M. R Olbbs left town Thurs
day to spend the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. Harry Huston, on the
Mrs. Sinclair received -word of th
death of her sister In Ar!ona a few
Mrs. Harry Newman of Pilot ltock
visited with her sister. Miss Ornee
Hinkie, TJuirsday, ; icturnihg home
Frank Oilliland of Butter creek was
a visitor in t kiah Thursdny night, at
the home of his son Arden.
Miss Irene Kirk left Thursday for
Bride, creek to visit her sister, Mrs.
Alta Chilson for an indefinite time.
Mrs. "William Anderson was in town
Thursday for camp supplies.
Miss Crossle Marouis returned to the
$309,000.00 io if Holes
nwn who feel that tlicy re up Bgatast It, Keep on
claims that Ik- won because of the auful punlsh:uU
lie pine ttH- Ieuuhnian in the. clinches. FiElitlrur all
Utc time, be wore onl the more seieiit'flc CrpentiT
nt i laH' 1 ai .go. . .
Kctf lit a tamable lesson for farmers and fou.' nc
imii wo feel that they are up against It.j .Keep on
t:tlitins with both fi.sis and rtiauccs are gtwri of wii
i nif tlir bat I Ic.
loui acxtdint Ls intilctl
The AmericanNai ional Bank
CiWiffrfic Jhirdtin fin&tem Oredon"
QiildrenlOc . Adults 35c
Want to See a Clean, Snappy
Is Going to be Here in
ALSO INTERNATIONAL NEWS
home of her aMnt. Mi-s. Ijllie Oilllland
after a short visit In l'endlelon."
Miss Frankle Sturd.vapt la 'Msiting
at the Ciiljlw sawmill for a fewldays
with relate es. ' ,
Walter A"lhson, forester, has gone to
Lookout station for a few days on
frs. Beatrice tjeedy, who hna been
ttteitdinif s hmd at College place, pass
ed throutrh town Friday, e route to
Long Creek for a visit with her par
ents, before lulling -wit b her bustym"
as a missionary to China. They expect
to r "pone five years.1, v
Albert Peterson left Friday morn
inK for Pendleton wilh ai ' hunch of
horses which. he expects to ship easti
Lee Burr left for Pendleton Friday
on business. .'
Monroe Taylor, who has been In St.
Anthony's hospital fo' the last ' Six
wwks suffering wilh a broken ankle
returned home Thursday ev?nina
much Improved, but is stilfon cnuch-
Yaller and Clyde Helmlck came o
ir fiom Bvidtte creek '. hursday wilh a
bunch of horses which they will shir
east with Albert Peterson's horses. -
Harley Wolford of Colorado, whe
left 1 kiah seven or eip'tit years, ago, re-
turned Frj ay' accomirfinied by hi.'
fanaily' and "after vlsitlns: here for r
few days will continue his journey tc
the ccast. j ' . ,
Thil Fairbanks, "proprietor of ihf
Lons Qrcek Stage Hue s in town for a
few days looking after his interest?
her. ' , .
.Mrs, Antone Scheels of Rrldge creel.
wa lu tov.-n Monday trading.
J. H, Wagner returned from a bus
iness tri; to Pendletrin Friday.
Mrs. Arden fillliland, who has been
ill for several da ys, is no convales
cing.' v, . , . , :- ;
Albert- Peterson has just completer1
his eoptraet of building 14 miles ol
fence -oil Butter creek.
CIIASIcn BY BLl'E SXAKK.
PON'TIAC, MichM July 2i.. (I. N
8.) A blue racer snake, measuring
feet, attacked Arthur Bigelow, a far
mer residing near Holly, recently. Thr
snake chased Bigelow "for some dist
ance nntil Bigelow, finding a club,
turned and killed the racer.
AIVTA SCX DAY AXI MOXOAY
BORROWED FIXF11Y y
Borrowed finery, , which playei'
Such an Important part in the life o.
Rowena Jones, the check-room gir
heroine of "You Xever Can Tell," Belx
Daniels' first starring picture, agaii
enters the plot of that star's latest re
lease, "Two Weeks With Pay," which
comes to the Alta Tomorrow.
In this" picture Miss Daniels play!
a shop girl, whose employer equip
her with a very georgeous , wardrob
and sends her off to an expensive ho
tel, hoping that her beauty will attract
attention and advertise his costumes.
The first part of the plot works out
very well. Pretty Pansy does attract
attention. Somebody starts the rumotj
that she Is a famous actress resting
incognito. - Pansy's fine clothes seem
to bear this out. The plot thicken?
when the guest at the hotel insist on
j .showering her with attention, and the
real actress arrives on tne scene, jaci
Mulhall again plays the male lead, as
he did in the first Darnels' picture.
ARCADK SfTXTAY AX1 MOXTJAT
SHOULD A WIFE OPEX
IIER HUSBAND'S LETTERS?
Should a wife open her husband'f
letteers? Is it more reprehensible
o hold back a letter than to open it
If a wife does not open her husband's
mailfbutholds back a- letter which
t,h believes will disrupt her house
hold, is she less dishonest than if she
had opened it and acted upon it?
vThe action of Lois Weber's latest
photoplay, 'Too Wise Wives," hingeE
upon a wife's decision regarding a let
ter which comes to her husband with
a crest upon It which she Instantly
recognizes. What she does with the
letter provides one of the most in
tensely interesting situations of the
.lay. - -
"Too Wise Wives' is 'bother of
those delightful photoplays- of life in
ihe best American society which have
created a large following for Lois
Weber. Women flock to see Lois Web
tr plays.. There's a reason. It is a
Paramount picture and will be shown
at the Arcade theatre Sunday and
The story deals with the trials of a
Amonsr the odds and ends we have manyvvery attractive patterns in linoleum of
the most desirable colors. Linoleum and Feltex in room sizes:
A gorgeous period Library Table in Wil
liam and Mary ana genuine mahog
any. Very large. This is a Bnap. Regu-
DO NOT OVERLOOK THESE HUGE
SAVINGS IN TABLES
A beautiful Mission Library Table, fum
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price, $G5.00 ; now $3S.OO
A large oval shape Library Table, solid
oak, in the golden finish. This one
slightly used, at only $25.00
Another Solid Oak Library Table which
. has been slightly damaged in shipping.
Regular $25.00; now $13.50
A handsome genuine quarter sawed Oak
library Table, size 26x42. Regular
$38.00; now $20.50
Iar $68.50; now ...
ilnlai'd in the regular grade, former price
$2.50, now - $1-89
Printed Linoleum in the best grade, for
mer price $1.50, now -. .............99c
Feltex remnants, best, quality, former
price $1.00, now 69c
Cruikshank & Hampton
f "QUALITY COUXTS"
121-3) t'-ast Webb
Yr Old Furniture Taken In Ewlianae as Pan P ayment on Xew. FjHuxh'e Agents .n Pendleton
for Aerolux (Xo Wbl p) I'onii Shade. ''..'
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ON LOT . NOTjON THC
voung wife whose devoted attentions
to her husband weary him and cause
him to yearn for the society of his for
mer sweetheart who has married a
wealthy man. Then follows develop
ments that narrowly wreck the lives of
two wives and thcir,husbands. Claire
Windsor and Louis Calhern play the
leading roles. Phillips Smalley and
Mono, Lisa also art in the cast. . '
PASTIMK SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Greenwich Village with all its ro
mance and color is accurately depicted
"is a backgnund for the story and he
principal players enact their roles as
members of the artistic Bohemia real
stleally. "The Mad Marriage," was directed
hy Rollin' Sturgeon from th success,
'.ul novel. "Cinderella Jane," by
Marjorle Benton Cooke, and from an
idaplation by Marion Fairfax. Those
who have read the story will partlcu
'arly appceeiaie Jhe screen intcrpreta
loo. ' '
The story deals with "Cinderella
rane," a girl who darns socks and
'eens house for a cli'me.of scatter
irained artists In one of the tumble
'own stufjio buildings overlooking
One of her clients Is Jerry Taxton
young artist who Is being swept to
success on a wave of popularity by the
die rich women of the city. As an
mist and , social lion he Is desired by
he dowages as a son-ln-Iow. As ac.
ident insurance agatnst a marriage
hat might, Interfere with his work he
-narries Jane. ; .
Then things happen with each brll
iant rapidity that the climax comes
ith a. shock. In the end the girl finds
i new kind ot happiness and the man
lisebvefs that his career is just, anoth
er way of being selfish.
Because It rained today may we be
pardoned for remarking that the besf
time to catch soft water is when It Is
raining hard? -
Well Perhaps !
. A man la known hy the company h
Keeps out of.
. United as one in a tremendous Money Saving
Program, the 312 stores of the J. C. Penney Com
pariv bring to their patrons the best Values of the
leading markets at the Lowest Prices quoted in
: . , , he Best Values at '
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x Are Here for You-
THESE PRICES ON COTTON WASH GOODS
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PLAyiHi-LAiKy ojsz r J M
i ' "a.. , A tale of two wives who tlmiifflat
VTWliyT ) tale or lw I.UHbaiKtH l.o didn't know I I
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10 hu h Organdies, checks ami floral dcslgiiK, yard... ..,.... . . 3K
37 Inch I'lHons, in small patterns suitable furv children's dresses,
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i 36 Inch Usona Silk, suitable for untlcrarmiiits and (iresses. All'
the wntitetl shades, yanl 3llc ami 4o
30 inch Devonshire clotli.. A fabric well known for Us fast color.
- and wearing qualities, yartl , 20c
LADIES' SUMMER UNDERWEAR
, , ' V , . iJUlles' l jivclope Chemise, ;
jflue quality whit nainsook
embroidery trimmed, with
draw string, eaeli 9Hc ami
IulleH Envelope Chenil-oc,
embroidered floral designs,
lace trimmeil with draw
string . $1.23
Ladles' Kllk Combination
Mills, In pink wash satin
ami crepe do chine (1. 08
anil $2.49. ' ; .
I'.nihrklered Moral designs
and ilnlii silk camisoles,
pink wash satin and crepe
' tie chine , l.4ft and l.9
l.ailli-s' Silk liiili-i-sklriH,
wash satin and crepe de 4
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Jersey Silk ladles' Vests,
plain'; .... '. . , . $2.19
JcrNcy Silk Vests, embroid
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I.adh-H Kllk Uloonu-rx, wash
sal In and erepe de chine,
Indies' Jersey Kllk , Bloom
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I.alics' erenn de chine
gowns, embroidered and
laee trimmings $1 fiH
Windsor Crepe Night fJowns,
round neck, no sleeres,
hutlrny ' designs, all
nIcs , i $I.S3
Plisse Crepe Bloomers, butterfly designs, plain 98c 1
Ladies' Satin BJoomers, good quality, white
only . 98c
Ijirge assortment of
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tuffctas anil moire. Xew
slock in floral designs,
stripes and plain 1 colors
that please. St-e
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ISTOHK OKGAMZAl'IOX IN Till', WOULD!
We notice that Lester' Cronln, our
postmaster, has returned after a trip
to the East. Back at the old stamp
ipg ground, as it were.
In a Class With Iiifluenaa
Headlinerf'dealing with the Htillman
divorce, have been many and varied,
but the one which appeals to use most
Is lone In a recent Issue of the Albany
Herald, to wit: "Stillman Agony May
Continue Into Winter"
"Ceorge," she said, "Before I give
you a final answer you must tell me
something! Do you drink anything?
A smile of relief lighted his coun-
tenunce was that all she wanted to
know? Proudly, trumphantly he clasp
ed her in his arpis and whispered:
About the most useless . thing we
know of is a Vanf ke'beard. " Too long
to be used as a soup strainer and too
short to protect the vest at meal time.
In the biyive days of old before Vol
stead' name was listed in Wlyi's Who,
Ihere was a certain farmer who form
ed th habit of celebrating on his
monthly trips lo town for his supplies.
One afternoon, at the close of one
of these excursions, feeling weak ami
low, he stumbled to where the had left
his team, only to find. that, someone
had unhitched the hses and drlvW
them away. "Krza Herklnsi" he said
to h'mself sadly, passing a hand over
his brow. "If you're-- Rxra Perkins,
you've lost a pair of durn good horses,
hut If you ain't Bra Perkins you've
found a durn good wagon," ' ""
Salth the Sage ' ,
. If you put 0 percent of your time
Into mind'n-r your own bus'ners and
40 percent Into letting other peoples'
business alone you'll get Into very lull
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
We have in our stock standard makes of 2V-
ton Pneumatic and Solid Tire Trucks and are
offering at this time for the benefit of prospect
ive purchasers, a substantial discount m price
and exceptionally easy terms. It will pay you
to investigate, if you contemplate purchasing a
Truck. ; : . .. -i
Oregon Motor Garage
T , 119-121 West Court St.
I .; ; Phone 468. . C,'l'tl::
Gar m el Myers
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