Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1921)
s y-f- '
DAILY EAST OHEQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 26,1021.
Afezew Afotes of 'Pendleton
. CALENDAR OF KVENT8
Jun 27-Auguit I flummtr
' July 28 Mooting of Umatilla
and VY'ulla Walla County wheat
Beptomber 19-24 Northwest
Grain nnd Hay Show.
September 22, 29, 24 Annual
Cor of Gm Arrive.
A curloud of gusoline tir rived In
Pendleton tot'uy for distribution uni
ons farmer of till k section. It it
lug unloaded by Fred Jlennlon, coun
ty ugetit und . his usslstunt, Flunk
hoii Hays that ft Is prohuble thut har
vest can be returned by thlH afternoon.
Wheat on his nncl Ik averaging very
'.veil, Rome of It fjointf 40 bushels to
the uerc, he stutcs.
To Take Training.
Lester .Norman, advertising man
for the Tribune, will go to 1'ortland to
night where -he will study udvertlslii
fur four montliH under the direction of
the Vocational Training Board.
Sanest Much belayed.
because of yesterduy's rainfall it
will b two weeks before harvesting
eun bo resumed during the morning
hours tuya David Nelson, who farms
near Pendleton. Mr. Nelson says
that the moisture will be notlceube
during the morning hours and It will
be afternoon before the grain dries out
aufflctently to bo threshed. Mr. Nel-
l.ubor C'ouinilmloiipr Hem
C. II. Oram, slate labor commissi
oner, Is In Pendleton today for the
purpose of checking up on tho work
done by his department, ltouti.ic
mutters required his attention, he sail
this morning, 11W headquarters uie
Ur, Kturgls to Ix-avc.
Dr. Cyrus Sturgis, who has been
here for several weeks as the guest of
relatives, will leuve tomorrow morn
ing for Hokanc on the first lap of his
return trip to Boston. Mrs. Sturgis
and son will not return cast for sever
al weeks. They expect to go to Long
lleuch before going home. ' .
IIu'l 'IVmslls Itcmovcd.
Cyril Procbstcl, deputy county clerk,
is nnablo to be ut work today follow
ing tin cperutlon Saturday evening for
the lemovul of Ills tonsils, llu expects
to be tack withJn a short time.
flange Conditions Improved.
The heavy ruin that fell yesterduy
over L'mutllla county and Eastern
counties was of vast benefit to the
livestock Industry, cattle and sheep
men declare. The range will be very
much Improved by tho precipitation
which amounted to 1 inch in Pendle
ton and was general In Its Bcopo.
t 101 -101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101
We have a good supplyof :
Rc4 June Apples
and Para wax
YOU CAN DEPEND 0:1 "101'
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc
301 E. Court Street
Phonei 101 Private Exchange Connect
-101 TOT IOt 101 TOI TOT TOT IPX T0I-
son Kid and"! B. Bogard were fined
JliO and costa each yesterday after
noon In the justice court at AUama on
charges of vugrancy. Xhoy were ap
prehended members of the sher-
ifC'a force Sunday wnen mey were uis
cvercd participating In a "crap"
Ceti IlecorU Yield.
The best yield that the runch on
which ho Is farming hus ever pro
duced has been secured this year by
William Kid ridge, young farmer who
operates northeast of Helix. He lias
340 acres of wheat which turned off
about 40 bushels to the acre. He was
here today taking care of business
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Dcpts. 78
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORK
On seasonable goods. A big lot of high grade merchandise marked specially low.
These items picked at random from our immense stock of Dry Goods and Art Godds
to BE CLEARED OUT. Every one of these items is a money saver. Come in now and
get your share. 4
BIG SELLING EVENT, WASH VOILES
found Jtouds Slippery
A motor trip from Lena to Pendle
ton yesterday afternoon disclosed the
fact that the roads were rather slip
pery after the rain of Monday morn
ing, John Urosnan reports. He Is a
livestock man and he gets his mail at
Lenu which Is a stutlon between
Heppncr und Pendleton on the upper
part of Butter Creek.
THE SEASON'S NEWEST NOVELTY
Tho Harding Ulue Sautolr and Bracelet. This new novelty, origi
nated by tho Klger Boyn have only been on the market three weeks,
but, O Boy these three weeks !!
If you haven't one get one now, be In style with the rest and be one
of tho first in your town to wear a Harding Blue Ribbon on your
watch or a Sautolr. Come In und bco us, wo have Just received a big
selection at very little cost. (Don't delay I Conic now). Hanscom
always has the best and newest.
GUTS THAT LAST
22. cal. for
(iocs AfUT Prisoner
Deputy Sheriff K. B. F. Rldgway has
gone to Caldwell where he will secure
l' H. Bisk who is under arrest there on
request of the sheriffs office here.
Flsk made a getaway from Umatilla
county last fall. Tried on a charge of
stealing a diamond ring, he had been
found guilty, and while awultlug sen
tence, on a visit to see his wife, he slip
ped away. A quiet search has been
made for him over since.
Injured By Truck.
Abraham Showaway, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Showaway, was serious
ly injured July 4 when a truck driver
drove a truck over his body at White
Swan. Washington, during an Indian
celebrutlon on the Yakima reservation
which the young man was attending.
He was internally injured, und his
back was hurt. Mrs. Showaway, his
mother, has been at his bedside since
the accident. Young Showaway was
unconscious for 10 hours, but he Is
much better now.
HuiiNts People Visit.
Flunk Schccr and Otto Piker, bro
ther und brothcr-ln-luw, respectively
of Policeman J. W. Sclicer arrived
Sunday to be the guests at the Scheer
home. The brothers had not seen
each other for 10 years previous to the
reunion here, und It had been 20 years
since Mr. Piker and Billy Schccr had
visited. Both men are rrom Paola,
Kans. They aro returned from a tour
of Yellowstone Park. They drove as
far as Baker and took the truin into
Pendleton. They expect to remain
a week or ton days.
Agreement to Hold.
Suit to set aside a contract between
the officials of the John Day Irriga
tion District association and John I.
Lewis, former state engineer, brought
by the Northern Pacific railroad,
Siuylhe Bros., and other land owners,
lias been denied by Judge Gilbert W.
P'iclps in a decision that was render
ed Saturday afternoon. Another an
gle ot tho case has been settled in the
tieolMon, whereby the election of two
now directors whose names were writ
ten In ut a recent election is declared
legal, und the directors, who have been
refused places on the board by the old
loan!, ure declared Justified to be
In order to clean these out for our new stocks that
will be coming soon, we are offering all our wash
voiles at one half price.
. Remnants 1-2 Price
Big lot Wash Goods, all lengths from 2 yards to
4 1-2 yards.
$2.50 Table Damask $1.95
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
Made of finest quality yarns, double damask and
of beautiful floral 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
Sofa Pillows 81.26
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
Hair Bows 69c
Values up to $1.00 on special sale, offered in all
colors, 1 1-4 yd. lengths. Special Sale, bow 69c
One Lot Veiling 1-2 Price
To clean out this lot we're going to sell this lot at
One Lot Neckwear 25c
A limited quantity vomcn's fine stylish neckwear,
values up to $2.50 to close out at 25c
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
Buy them at 7oc pair.
One Lot Package Goods 1-2 Price
Includes baby dresses, rompers, women's gowns,
envelopes, etc. Special sale 1-2 price.
To Take Vneutton
Miss Grace A. Crillluni, county trea
surer, plans to enjoy a vacation. She
will leave Pendleton Thursday und
will go to Portlund where she will
spend three or four days. Her Journey
then will be to points in Southern Cali
fornia. During her visit she will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. II. Ag
ncw of Pasadena and Miss Esther
South, formerly prominent In musical
circles in Pendleton. Miss Gilliam will
be gone a month. It is her first real
vacation since she took the duties of
county treasurer. During her absence,
tho office will be in charge of C. K.
Other Newt of This
Department on Page 5
"ADAMLESS EDEN" FOUNDED
BY CORNELL WOMEN GRADS
WHO "MAN" THE NEW PARADISE
Intensive Farming Engaged in '
by Members of Fair Sex Who
Believe in Unpolluted Air.
Miss Fischer, who permits nothing but
purebred Barred Kock pullets nnd
roosters Jo peck food from the gravelly
pen in which they live and produce.
While Miss Peck has been busy,
during two years of residence on tho
lurm, in Influencing De Soto farmers
to introduce modern methods into
their farm work. Miss Fisher has
fhown housewives the latest and most
modern methods "of cinhing and dry
ing vegetables and fruits. Diversity al
ways is preached by the two women.
The detail of farm labor is perform
ed by the two young women attired in
army trousers and regulation shirts.
After the chores of the day have been
completed, Misses Peck and Fisher
take "Elijah" and go for a ride.
"Elijah" is their Ford car.
Nature Is the hallmark of good
health is the philosophy of the "lady
farmers.'' They serve then-meals un
der the canopy of heaven and sleep on
the front porch throughout tho year.
"Joy comes from healthful work,"
declarer Miss Peck. "There is no leth.
orgy here next to nature. My health
was poor when I decided that I would
live longer on a farm. Nothing suc
ceeds like profiting In health."
BY KENT WATSON"
(International Xews Service Staff
DE SOTO, Mo., July 26. Tho
"Adamless Eden," fifty. five acres In
area, hus been created near here.
"Manned" entirely 'by Miss Alice L.
Peck, of Latavia, Xcw York, and Miss
Anne P. Fisher, of St. Louis, Ceder
brow Furm Is becoming famous
throughout the great Southwest.
The novel idea of having an utterly
"manless" farm was born at Cornell,
of which university the owners of the
place ara graduates. The science of
tanning is bringing dividends with
good health, both Miss Peck and Miss
Out over their vast expanse of un
polluted air. the two women look with
pleasure upon growing crops that yield
up young fortunes each year. Located
in a valley at the foot of the Ozarks,
tho "Adamless Eden" Is one of the
most fruitful sections of Missouri.
Berries ami fruit esueciallv thrive in
the soil of the Ozarks. Money gullied '
from such crops, the two young wom
en have proven to pioneer farmers of
the section, rolls up a larger bank ac
count than would ordinary crops.
Miss Peck, u trained horticulturist,
is tho "man" of the place, she super
vises the work of growing the crops,
while Miss Fisher, a specialist in do
mestic science, does the canning of
Jams and Jellies that bring shekels
lolling Into the coffers of Cedurbruw.
Ten acres of the little farm are giv
en over to the growing ot fruits and
berries, eighteen acres lire of wood
land, with fifteen sowed in oats and
corn. The remaining twelve comprise
pasture and a yard for the farmhouse, i
A small dairy is the prido of Miss
Peck. Thefe hold forth the denizens ;
of tested purebred Jersey stock.
Wear Army iuhjips ii
The care ot the poultry yard fallu to
THE BEE HIVE
'Where yuality mid
THERE MAY BE LARGER
STORES BUT NONE WITH
. THE BEE HIVE
The Store of Economical
An Enthusiastic Response
Thj splendid response of the public to our policy of sellirg QUALITY MERCHANDISE for LESS
MONEY is a source of great satisfaction to us. It shows conclusively that the people appreciate our ef
fort to save lliom money on their purchases at this store. With your continued support wc shall continue
this policy A POLICY OF GKEATEU SALES AT LES PUOF1T THAN USUAL,
Medium weight fluted Ice Tea
Glasses. Per set of 6
Pest quality St. Dennis Cups and Saucers,
heavy harvest ware, in plain white,
. . $1.50 per down
Three dozen Fruit Jar
. I Ho
MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS
Whether you purchase anything or not makes no difference wo want you to come In and feel at
home. Meet your friends here und lake advantage of our store service In every possible manner.
New shipment of Market and Auto lunch baskets.
Priced from IHH1 to Jli.iW
Large Glass Fruit Bowl six glass dishes.
Tho set $ I. IV
Gold band Cups and
Saucers, reg. $2.75
set. Special '....$1.75
THE BEE HIVE
'More for Ia'ss"
Coveralls for the