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DAlLY EAST OltEGONIAN, PENDLETOII, CILEGCN, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1921.
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News .Notes of Pendleton N 1
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July 28 Moetini? of Umatilla.
and Walla Walla County wheat
September 19-24' Northwest
Grain nnd Hny fihow. ; i
Bepternbar 22, is, 24 Annual
' Normal Bchool.
J found-li Mull-! ion 1h 1
Arthur Uudd, Hound-Up publicity
man, who In conducting an advertising
otunpalKti In Hiikert Bpoke lit the Qr.
pheum theater Inst nltsht to a well
filial house. Ho extended an invlta-
, lion to Haker people to nttend the
Wound -Up, promising- a pood show and
'ampin accommodations. iHfc will proh.
ilbly appear n't the .Empire tonlBht
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How Time Io (Hiinifo
ineo Art Rudd, Tlound-Up publicity
man, hit town, advertising matter for
ihe bite Pendleton wild went Mhow has
leen blossomim? out all over town.
Thin .morning the familiar plrturo of
ihe hnckarno was seen Tiding Herenely
nn the back of the linker city water
wagon. The Hound-l'p on the water
miaou? How times do ehanse!
Baker Herald. ... ;
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KlKht carloadH of lambs, recently
dipped by the Cunultigh.iti) Sheep Co.,
weighed (19 pound on an ttveruKe, re
ams from the shipment Indicate, t'he
lambs were Bold on a bear market ut
t ButiMfattory price. ,
itrftwlMTricH yii'M Well
From'H, to 20 crates of strawber
ri,. nre now lielnu picked each week
U Behlegel iardfti., Harry Bchle?eiy
tanch near Pilot Hock. This Is the
(irxt year the berries hav,.be"n yield
ing and the owner broht a shipment
today to the Pendleton Canh. Market.
Wnturo T'eniH'l"" WWt
A picture of Court street chowlni? a
part of Kound-rp park Is Included in
the current nuniuer m "c
runner," a publication tewed by the
indurd (111 Co. A copy oi me
hen received here uy i
Uennetl. The jnciure wu i.....
pril of this year, and rroin ine num
ber of cars lined alone the curbs, it Is
evbflmt that tho photoprfaphei enap
ped tho siH-ne during a Bumlay utter
noon when a, mob of fa'ns was attend
ing a baseball game.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 73
l.yday In' City ICinploy.
William hyday, who ormerly served
as traffic officer for . the city and
county1 jointly, has been employed Jiy
the city to. do plainclothes work and
to take care of traffic eases. Ho Is
now filling the place left vacant tern'
porkrlly by William Kchecr who Is on
PESDleton'S Leading rKE
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones f2(l
Other Depts. 78
KwHiier's lleuring .Monday.
The hearing of IScrt Kwaney, Pen
dleton man arrested Friday evening
by Ihe city police on a chargo'of Hell
ing drugs, will be held .Monday morn
ing before Commissioner S. A. New
berry. Hwancy's arrest was effected
by .the use of a marked dollar bill
which Kwaney is said to have attempt
ed to swallow after he was arrested.
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We vill have a large load of those delicious,
vnn Wat KM r.l A )JNJS ll'O m -J leriuisiun. '
Tliese melons have real flavor. '
EVERY &IEL0N GUARANTEED
Ice Cold ' .
WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST ,
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc
y 301 E. Court Street , -
Phone; 101 Private Exchange Connect
Kn di Kasli tiels l,aml.
News of an important decision by
tho Jmiian bureau, has Just been re
ceived bt ro, tinder which James and
Julia Kaah Kush are declared right
ful owners ot a quarter section of
uuid left to, them In a will by Ta
masasainl, an Indian woman allottee
ou the reservation. The lund Is ap
praised at $0,000 and was claimed
by Annie Hayes, nicfe 'and sole1 heir I
to the rest of the estate, which part is
valued at 111,973. In the case before
the bureau W. M. Peterson represent-ilKa-sh
Kusli and Judge S. A. Iowell
needs. Let us I
IT ISN'T SO MUCH HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD. .We
the best of quality at lowest possible, prices. We can prove it.
faction guaranteed or money .cheerfully refunded.
Harvest Shirts $1.00 to $2.00
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THE SEASON'S NEWEST NOVELTY .
The' Ilardlhg T.lue Sautoir and Bracelet This new novelty, origi
nated by the Kiger Boyn have only been on the market three weeks,
but, O Boy tbesf three weeks !!
f yon haven't one get one now, beTn style with the rest and be One1
of the first In frour town to wear-a Harding Blse Ribbon on your
watch or a FsCUtoir. Come in and see us, we have just received a big
(selection at very little cost. (Don't delay! Conic now). Hanscoin
always has the beat and newest, ,
CUTS THAT LAST
- Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Sams Brothers iitnreil.
Itoy Kama and r red bams, lirotners
are In custody In the county jail as a
result of their arrest this nfbrnine by
Deputy Sheriffs Kldgway and Kpears.
Hoy wSis fined $!M) and costs and
given a sentence of four months in
Jail thin lufternoort before Judge B. B.
Richards, and Fred received a fine of
$Sf Ton speeding. 'The capture of the
two'men wits effected only after a
eliuse that lasted about 20 hours over
'territory in two states. . The arrest
was made tills morning on the farm
of a sister In' Walla Walla county by
Walla Walla county officers, who in
company i,f the Umatilla county au
thorities, made the trip to the farm.
A wide detaur east of Milton-Kreewa-tur
in the new Sc ripps-ISouth car en
abled Roy Sams to elude the officers
yesterday when they located his- still
on Dry Creek.
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Offered Tn straight leg or lace bottom. Best of
quality used and made to give good hard ivean '
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To Have Wheat Kxlilblt
When contesting communities llns
up their grain exhibits at the big
Northwest Oraih and Hay Show in
Pendleton the third week in Septenv
her Columbia rwiinty, Washington, will
have some quality sniff here to com
pete for the money, mid county Agent
I. M. Lewis and County Horticulturist j
Frank George think they have a good
chance to carry away some of the
prizes. They have one variety of
wheat in which they are particularly
inlerested. It is the "Triplet" so call
ed because it is a result ofcross breed
ing of Turkey Red, Jones' Winter Fife
and the Little Club. The'new. wheat
combines nil the virtues of the parent
stock without having any oi meir
weaknesses, and Washington growers
are very enthiiastic about the variety.
Triplet has been grown for fhree years
In Columbia 'county, and 90 per cent
of the present supply of seed is found
in this one county. Mr. George is Jn
charge of the exhibits of the county at
various shows in the Northwest.
Lots of people like to. wear th?se coveralls, be
cause they keep the dirt out. They a,re made full
which insures freedom of action.
LcavJier Gloves $1.75 to $400 '
: Don't .lsitate, wear a pair of leather gloves, they
protect the hand. Harvest leather gloves, all styles,
of best quality leather, best workmanship, fit and
Harvest Hats 25c to $1.00
Keep the hot rays of sun from the face in one of
our huts, offered in many styles. The prices are
Of best quality, well made and cut full. Y
No better shirts made,' as to quality, style and fit.
Wear one of our shirts, you'll like it. -
Canvas Gloves 15c to 60c ' .. '
Canvas gloves of all styles, quality of the "best
Buy them by the dozen. " ' '
, Harvest Sox 15c, 25c
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Buy them by the dozen. Harvest sox of quality.
, Harvest hoes $2.50 to $4.00
You need to be well shod during harvest work, so
wear a pair of our shoes. You'll like the way they
fit and wear. Be sure to try a pair next time. (
Special Harvest Union Suits, Athletic
-- -.Style 75c - - - - - 'i ' r ' '
Back to the old price this fine athletic style union
suit. We have lots of them, so buy all you want at
the special price of, suit .1oc
Best of quality large sizV
$50 to $5.00
2.00 to $5.00 .
MAN 10 DESERTED HER
NEW TTORIC, Aug. 6. (U.. P.)
Olivia, Stone, common law wife of El
lis Kinkead, told how site hunted the
man who deserted her until she found
him and shot him. Miss stone Is held
en a homicide chance. She declares
she is happy nw Kinkead is dead,
hile tho lawyer's wile is in a collaps
e,l condition. The woman claims Kin
Jtead made her. his common law wife,
men deserted Jier to becomexlegally
married to another-woman nnd thnt
the lawyer also pot miiney from her
and fajlcd.to pay her J5000 judgment
obtainfd in the common law divorce
actiup. .She stated she had traced him
' CiU. JUf
Is very common. In many casps it is
duo 1o impure Hood, which c;Hjnt
five the digestive oipraua the stimu
lus necessary for the proper per
formance of tiv':r. functions. .
' Thousand know by experience
that Hood's Sarsapnrilla restore:!
ppetite and -would advise you to
pive it a trial this season. It origin
ated in the successful prescription or
a famous phvsJcian. Get it today.
Take Hood's rills if you hapjWt
l.o neeU a laxative thoy don't gripe.
WASK'INGTOX, Aug. 6. JJ- V.)
Se'ii.tf.r tioodinsj of ld:iho, introduced
a bill providing for the extension of
the 'emersci.cy tariff act relating to
farm products and livestock, until
December 2", 1921, two months after
fie expiration date. Senator l'enrose
cbaiupan ot the senate finance com
p e announced tho impossibility of
the passage of a permanent tariff bill
before November, so that the exten
sion of the emerseney tariff bill until
that, lime will probably be necessary.
CHiCAC'rO.' A.ni. . (I. P.) Rob
ert Schon armed lihnself and watched
bis Barnjfe in an endeavor to. appre
hend a thief suspected of ptciAlng
tires ajid other automobile accessories.
Ho saw a mafi break through the win
dow, fired four times, then grappled
with the thlef and discovered his own
father attempting to-emove the au
tomobile cushions. The son had his
father arrested on a burglary charge.
PARCELS POST RATES
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AVASiriXGTOX, Aug..tf. P.)K
If the iliystlgation shows the parcel
post rates cause the dftiett ot iu,uuu,.
00 0 In the postal revenue. Postmaster
General Hays told the United Press
parcel post rates must be (ncrcased
Havg said the business of the pst of
fice department has fallen off since
April and thnt tho parcel pos,t should
be self supporting. A rigid system of
icenomy'Is being instituted.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
rh too diseased portion of the ear.
Catarrhal PeaiRuss requires constitu
tional treatmaiit. M ALL'S CAT A HUH
MKDICINK is a constitutional remedy.
Oatorrhal Poafness is caused by nn in
tlamed comlition of tho mucous lining of
the Kpstarhiun Tube. When this tuhe is
nflamed vou have a rumoiincr ounu or
imperfect bearing, and when It Is entire
ly closed, l.vafnpss is the result. Unless
inflammation can he .reduced, vour
lie.Trinsr mav he deptroved forever,
fl ALL'S CATARRH MEDIClRli acts
ihro-.ieh the hlood on the. mucous sur-
naces ef the fystem. thus reducing the In-
liammatiou and restoring normal conditions.
Circulars free. All Druggists.
3?. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo OhUw
Plant the seexl of your
fortune In a LilKTty Iiell
ISank at home we have
' one for juni.
A Regular Income
From small beginning large fortunes spring for
tunes that pay regular incomes.., . , ,
No matter how small, make your beginning immedi
ately with this bank and let us help you grow.
We ifay 4 per cent on Savings Accounts, payable
semi-annually. We provide security and seryice'for
you and our officers are ready to give financial ad
vice at any time.
The Inland Empire Bank
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SCLD BV CHLGG1STS EVERY'AhTRE
The Policy of Economy
vThis is a subject of interest to everyone and we w?sh to impress upon you the
' splendid saving which this store can accomplish on purchases made of us. We ask for
the opportunity to prove our claims of selling the BL'ST MERCHANDISE FOR THE
LEAST MONEY. , , ,
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Gold bajid cups and West Electric Curl- ' ' e A1 . -
saucers ers, o on a Large glass fruit Aluminum Perco-
6 for $1.75 card 23 bowls 33c lators $1.89 j
LET 'ER BUCK
oh the basis of eivini; "yon FCLI. VALUE
for your money at all times. Should
there bo any dissatisfaction on any pur
chase at any time please accord ua the
privilege of making an adjustment moet
!ng with your satisfaction.
Fust received, a nw ship
meat of English tea pot.
Several decorations. Triced
Jl.no and $ 1 .2.1
niU"MHK,IJ SENT PACKAGE j
ROSKUl'im, AiDC- 6. (A. P.I ,
Shcrirf Stanier "announced be received i
a box of womens clothing shipped j
from Myrtle Point to a fictitious ad-j
dress" In Seattle by Hrnmfleld on the
day preceding the trned!and which j
hava been returned to tho ' sheriff, i
Brumffeld is know n to ha.ve been in !
Myrtle Point the day ot the shipment. '
Not merely a Hotel, but an In
stitution Founded on These
ropn.Au rmcKs. si.rvice
George Warren lltsil'r, Mgr.
MONEY-SAVER NO. 5
Coveiails for the Kiddles 79c and $1.39
MONEY-SAVER NO. 6
Baskets for picnics, shopping and babies
play things 90c to $3.00
THE BEE HIVE
"Store fur Less"
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