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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8,4021.
News Notes of Pendleton
CAI1CMAII OK KVKNTS
June 27-Auguit I fcummer
July 28 Mooting of tJiTmtlllu
and Wulla Walla County wheat
September 19-24 Northwest
Grain and Huy Show.
September 22, 23, 24 Annual
Mrs. William I'holf of ' Mcaebam
Was brought to Hi. Anthony's hospital
early Holiday morning where she un
derwent an operation for appendicitis.
.Sho 1h getting along very nicely, ac
cording to reports from the' hospital.
Injured In Full.
It. II. Nutter, Pendleton rosich lit,
was Injured Niiturd.-iy whcii lie luHt
his balance while working on a ladder,
lie wan precipitated to the ground.
JtiH wrist was sprained, and he was
otherwlHC bruised with the result that
he will be confined to his homo for
several days. ' ,
Will- I til hv 111 Hospital
Little Robert Pershing Ingulls, son
of Mrs. Robert ingalls, 1 a patient In
Ht. Anthony's hosiiital where he la con
valescing nicely after having his tonsils
and adenoids removed. The hoy Is a
wur babv und was born after his fath- , tiots i.ood Yield
r. the late Hubert Ingulls, was killed Klmer Moon- reports
n the Argonne battlefield.
wheat. The yield on the whole was
Rev. and Mrs. Snyder Hurt
, Rev. and Mrs. J. K. .Snyder, of Cor
vallls, formerly of Pendleton, suffer
ed Injuries in an automobile accident
recently at Camp Sherman, on the
Metulius liver. Rev. and Mrs. Snyder
were starting home in the machine
when Rev. Snyder turned to wave
good-bye to his friends In the camp.
He lust control of the machine which
run into a tree four feet In diameter.
Mrs. Snyder suffered a cut In her up
per lip and four stitches were used in
closing the wound, while JleV. .Snyder
was badly bruised. The axle of the
machine was broken and the car was
seriously damaged. Rev. Snyder was
formerly pastor of the Presbyterian
church here and now Is paHtor at Cur
vallls. . i I
To Start I (olid W ork.
Ross Newport is here from Her
iniston making arrangements for be
ginning construction on the Cold
Spring roud. lie holds tho contract
for the work. The construction will
start within the next week or ten days.
It is thought.
Have Mulshed Jlarvestin.
It's too late to thresh wheat now.
That'll what Frank Snyder says this
morning. The last of his 800 acre
crop was threshed Saturday. year
ago on August !, Just one quarter sec
tion had been harvested on the Snyder
farm. John Roberts, a neighbor, also
finished his run Saturday and others
will flnlhh this week.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Dcpls. 78
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORE
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 73
that he has
finished harvesting his 2000 acre of
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FRESH FROM THE "SCHLEGEL GARDENS"
ABOVE PILOT ROCK, TO ARRIVE
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
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Fire of an unknown origin destroy
ed a bunkhouse and blacksmith shop
on the farm of Frank Curl on the res
ervation. The fire whs discovered at
1 1 o'clock this morning, and efforts to
extinguish it were in vain. Some In
surance on the buildings was carried,
but the amount of the loss was not
On many items in our DRY GOODS and ART DEPARTMENT sections,
one over, there are a number youll be interestd in. Each one a "money
thev are timely because you can use them NOW!
BIG SELLING EVENT!
Wash Voiles 1-2 Price
Has Ia-b liroken
Iluy F. Hutsell, SI!) Cosble street,
suffered a fracture of the left leg this
morning ubout 8:.'I0 o'clock at the rail
road shops at Kieth. His leg was
caught under some machinery thut
fell, according to a report. Immed
iately after the accident he was rushed
to St. Anthony's hospital in a car that
was taken from the yards, and medical
aid was given. He Is married and han
Pains to ! Sold.
The Cunningham Sheep Co.. the
largest Itanibouiliet sheep plant )n the J
world, is mukiug arrangements to ship
200 head of liirmbnulllets and cross
bred rams to the Salt Lake Kani Kale
August 29. 0 and 31. Mac Jloke, sec
retary of the company, says that the
animals are exceptionally fine They
ire being trimmed and made ready
for the trii and will be shipped Au
gi st 2 4.
THE SEASON'S NEWEST NOVELTY
The Harding Hlue Rautolr and Mnirelet. This new novelty, origi
nated by tho Kiger lloyn have only been on the market three weeks,
but, O I Joy theso three weeks !!
If you haven't one get one now, he In style with the rest and he one
of tho first In your town to wear a Harding ISluc lillibon on your
watch or a Suutoir. Come in and see us, we have Just received a big
selection at ery Utile cost. (Don't ilrlnyt Come now), llauscom
always baa the best and newest.
GUTS THAT LAST
Harm's Jewelry Store
Who in I'endleton knows anything
about the whereabouts of John Law
rence, or his children or grandchil
dren? He formerly lived here, but
trace of him has been lost by friends
in the east who have news for him. A
letter from Matloonu, 111., has been
received by Jinks Taylor at police sta
tion. Information Is also wanted con
cerning Caroline Warner tr any of her
Coffinim In Wreck.
(irvillo W. Coffninn lias returned
from Omaha where he has been on
business for the Alfred K. Smith live
stock Co. He was on No. 17 yester
day when it ran into a work train
near Haynes. .Many of the passen
gers were bruised and cut as a result
of the collision, according to Mr. Coff
uiHii. but there were no serious injur
ies. Mr. and Mrs. Coffman will leave
tomorrow for Meacham where they
will spend a few days in the hills.
$2.50 Table Damask $1.95
Made of finest quality ' yarns,
double damask and of beautiful
floral designs, special, yard $1.95
One Lot Package Goods
Trtflitrlps hnhv rh-pssps. rnmnprs
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women's gowns, envelopes, etc.
Special sale 1-2 price.
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se9p ' 1 lucky
gpp- " l cigarette
jMrtiftMirtMl AV,Aj ' rb t li fc'lli lJ t il i.i ,1.1 11 li lull f ila l Vi IU il iitiK .ii.i'i. ', . .in tm I t li I
22. cal. for
IIimt Is I Men II fill
That deer hunting this fall will be
excellent in T'mntllla county is the be
lief of sportsmen who have heen in
the hills and mountains during the
Past two or three weeks. Huckle
berry gathers have reported seeing
deer in large numbers. Sunday Dan
llmviiii saw four bucks. Iteports
from other sportsmen brought the
number seen yesterday up to nine, six
of this number being bucks and three
does. Crouse and pheasants are also
plentiful In some localities. The deer
seasoiiMlocs not open until September
1. At that time the ninirods will also
have the grivilege of going after grouse
1. nd pheasants.
. In order to clean these out for
our new stocks that will be com
ing soon, we are offering all our
wash voiles at one half price.
Lot Women's Vests
5 for 31.00 .
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
Remnants 1-2 Price
Big lot Wash Goods, all lengths
from 2 yards to 4 1-2 yards.
Lace Curtains 75c Pair
2 1-2 yd. lengths, white and
cream, about 10 pair left. Buy
them at 75c pair.
Hair Bows 69c
STAWASD -NEW IDEA
Values up to $1.00 on special
sale, offered in all colors, 1 1-4
yd. lengths. Special sale 69c bow.
One Lot Collar Points
Made of organdie, embroider
ed and come in colors, regular
39c value, special sale 26c
One Lot Neckwear 25c
A limited quantity women's
fine stylish neckwear, values up
to $2.50 to close out at. 25c
One Lot Cretonnes 1-2
Choice patterns of best quality
to close out at 1-2 price.
Sofa Pillows 31.2(6
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
Weal her A ery Warm
Although the maximum temperature
today is only S8, 12 degrees less than
yesterd'ay, the humidity is noticeable
and the weather is apparently much
warmer than that experienced in I'en
dleton during the past few days. I,ost
niKht was exceedingly warm, the mer
cury falliiiR no lower than fi!i. Today
the barometer registers 29-45 und Is
lallinK. Major Lee Moorhouse. weath
er observer, says that a storm may tie
expected tonight: dust storm this
morning brought no rain. Farmers
are hoping that the weather will re
main fair until harvest is finished n
week hence. ' 1
Allien Peterson and Clifford Dancer
made a trip to Lone Hock on business
I tie first of the week.
follows, liaked beans, raw onions,
bread i ml butter, cookies and cocoa,
while the evening meal consisted of
fried bacon and eggs, tomatoes,
l eaches, cake and coco. Sunday school
was held yesterday and the evening
camp fire is a feature. The boys left
this morning at 3:3(1 a. m. lor a long
hike. One youngster remarked that
he "Just couldn't understand why it
was necess-.ry to go home Thursday as
they had been promised a 10 diys'
....,t...r" ijiu nnntikp i:ts irreat
WOUld lltUlilieU IU L hiail US!'" l"' ,,.r,.
children and will return in a lew nays
V. It. I'eterson has purchased a lot
of roller skates and will open up a
skating rink for the benefit It the
Dr. De Vanl of rilot Hock was call
ed to Alba Wednesday on a profession- j
al visit. y
.Mr. i! nd Mrs. I. It. Luuranoe have
when he was told that Thursday
be the eleventh day of the camp,
i t'uoip I Visited.
ilv. ai d .Mrs Thomas Downs and
Mrs. iftith (1. Van Deiisen. home
diMui-nstrat ion agent, were amoiijor
the visitors at t lie Hoy Seout camp
at Immigrant Springs yesterday. .Mrs.
Van IU usen reports that th3 camp is
li. ox! delightful and that the boys are
having a wonderful time. The boys
work in shifts and yesterday's lunch
eon menu prepared by the hoys was as
Dictaphones in the jungles M Cen
tral Africa aid the missionaries cor
rectly to reduce the native dialects to
writing. An Important usyect of the
missionary work in the different parts
of the Dark Continent is the eorrelat-
ing of the speech of the bush natives j
liuo an orgain.eu ciaituuai v.,.
be expressed in chirographic symbols.
to I'oi'llaud where Sir. Lntirancc has
reined a furnished nouse lor tne win
staufield Wednesday for a short visit
with Ukiah relatives and friends.
,' Miss Mossie and Miss Zena Mettie,
who have been attending summer
school at Kugene, returned to the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1!. Mettle, Friday evening.
I IS. Luiirance, accompanied by
Miss Fran it le and Miss Ila Sturdivant,
visited in Ukiah Friday.
Bert riibbs and family, Ori'n Oibhs
an .1 wife, mid Mrs. J. V. Sfurdivant,
left Thursday for Pearson meadows
for a.i .luting, hoping to find a good
Kirk was in
Urr. .r. II. C r.stants has"
and v.ts Frank Charvbcrlain
town fiom their ho;:i-r.id
their children to supply of huckleberries.
ter and will send
Mr. .iriHi-AUs.. Wiilium-Ridel' of Duie
were in town Wednesday trading.
Mr a nil .Mrs. Jidks Howard will
move buck to their homestead ir. a
It iv nays.
Charley Metteer and Koscoc Dick-( tj
ensen -Vv-re business visitors' in town
We.ln,s:lav. Thei i v. as n Jance at
Miss lla' Stuvdivunt came up from Satiir.lny emi t.
Xorma Lenz, who was very ill last
Saturday of acute indigestion, has ful
ly iccovirtd. Dr. Spuuiding of I'en
dleton, was called in for consultation
Siiiid iy. but Dr. Gibson had bee p:uc
. bally out ct oaiii.er whoi he arrtv-
Ki.'K & hall
DR. LYNN K. B LAKES LEE
Chronic and Nervous Disease nJ
Dlaeasea of Women. X-ltay Etcctrif
Fhon 4 It
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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yeafs known Is Best. Safait. Alwlrs Kclla' la
SOLD Bl DRUGGISTS EVERVHHR
(East Oregonian Special. I
UKIAH. Aug. 8. Born, at Alba, tin
August 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence i
Diek, a daughter. Mother and child
doing well. j
. Mr. and Mrs. Newt llecvos of Albaj
arrived home a few days ago, niter
pending several weeks near Lewiston,
Idaho, with Mrs. 1 Jeeves' mother, Mrs.
Davis. They were called there by the!
serious illness of Mrs. Keeves' broth-!
Joyd Davis, whose death occurred;
sooi. after they reucneit mere. .Mr. i
Davis w as a former resident of Alba i
and is well know n here. Tim renin ins1
were .'hipped to Walla Walla w Here
interment took place.
Charley Kmigh and wife of Walla
Walla, were In I'klah Monday look
ing after the creamery interests fur
Ward Kmigh, who owns the I'kiah
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk. Tillman
Kirk and Carl Johnson left Wednes
day for the ItiUHid meadows for a two
Miss Tussle Metscar visited Tues
lay night and Wednesday at the Ness
ranch, the guest of Florence and
Hurry Huston and son Clarence
were Ir, town Tuesday from the honie-
sK'ad on business.
Irs. Wulter Allison and son BiUie
ar upending the week on Dridge
creek with Mrs. Allisons parents. Mr
and Jlrg. J"lltvra Meensa. ; .
The Policy of Economy
This is a subject of interest to everyone and we wish to impress upon you the
splendid saving which tnis store can accomplish on purchases made of us. We ask for
the opportunity to prove our claims of sell ing "the Bfc'ST MERCHANDISE FOR THE
MONEY-SAVER I MONEY-SAVER MONEY-SAVER MONEY-SAVER
NO. 1 NO. 2 NO. 3 NO. 4
Gold band cups anJ West Electric Curl-
saucers ers, 5 on a Large glass? fruit Aluminum Perco-
6 for $1.75 card 23c bowls 33c lators $1.83
LET 'ER BUCK
WE SOLICIT YOUR
on the basis of Biving you FL'LT. VALUE
for your money at all times. Should
there bo any dissatisfaction on any pur
chase at any time please accord us the
privilege of niakiiiR an adjustment inuet
'ng with jour satisfaction.
lust reeolved, a neiv ship,
ment of Fnglish tea pols.
Several decorations. Priced
MONEY-SAVER NO. 5
Coveralls for the Kiddies 79c and $1.39
MONEY-SAVER NO. 6
Baskets for picnkV. shopping arid babies
play things 90c to $3.00
THE BEE HIVE
"More for Vem"