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DAILY EAST OREQOITIAIt, PE3TDLET01T, 03SEG0N, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1321.
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M Notes of Pendleton
. CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Jupe 2 7-August I flummsr
July 28 Meeting of Umatilla
And Wulla Walla County wheat
September 19-24 Northwest
Grain ond Hay Show.
September 22, IS, 24 Annual
there. The combines have been In the
fields only a few days. Early reports
Indicate that yields are going: be
tween SO and 35 bushels an acre.
Ti n A JVty
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson are
parents of n boy baby who was born
yesterday, Tho young chap weighed
g pounds. Ills daddy Is pressman In
the EhsI Oregonlan shop,
Lowell Kernl of this city 1's convales
cing In Portland after having his ton
nils removed yesterday. Mr. and Mrs.
Kern, who left recently for Portland,
will go to the beach for a short stay
before returning to Pendleton,
Has High Grade Ore. ,
Norborne Berkeley passed mrougn
Baker last evening going to Pendleton
for a few days. He had with him
samples of some hlKh grade ore from
tho Buffalo mine at Granite, of which
he Is manager, which has Just been
broken Into. It looks like this well
imnwn nronertv will become an active
shipper again Boon. Baker Herald.
Throe Hiillillng Permit.
Three permits to build were issueo,
vesterdav afternoon at the office of
the city recorder. Peter Tacneno was
granted a permit to hulifl a nouse u.i
nwnireeard street at an esiimaieu
cost of $2,765. K. J. Regan will erect
a residence on Garden streci to cost
$2,000, and Florence jsngienan. win
make alterations and additions to hev
property on Calvin street to Cost $12!i.
Wallowa County Is Harvesting. I For Imnwral Acta
A report from Enterprise In Wallo- For living logeuicr an
a county this morning gives the In- without benefit of clergy Alice Mi ls
formation that harvesting Is startlna" and H. m. worrm, i i-uui..... ,
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Extra nice, 50 lb. box $2.90
Fresh each day, 24 box crate $2.50
RED JUNE APPLES CRAB APPLES
All "101" Quality.
WASTE LESS-BUY THE BEST
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
, both Department.
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were fined $50 each 'in the court of
Magistrate Thomas Fit Gerald. The
woman paid her tine, and Norris paid
a part of his and arranged for the pay
ment of the balance. H. C. Stanton re
ceived a fine of $5 for running a car
without a license. Richard Nell drew
110 for speeding, ana ror panting i
the cornor Charles Marshall was fin
Start Harvesting at Cabbage Hill.
Wendell Bronson, a farmer of tne
Cabbage Hill district, was here this
morning taking care of business mat
ters. He reports that harvesting in
starting there. The fall wheat is
shriveled some, he says, but the spring
grain Is plump and of .good quality.
10 Fires In Forest
Ten small forest fires are burning
In the western division of the Umatilla
National Forest as a result of an elec
tric storm yesterday says J. C. Kunhs,
supervisor. According to report, two
fires are under control and men are
at work to quench the flames of two
more, while the late conditions of the
remaining six have not yet been re
ported. Survey js Onndurtod
The Umatilla National l'-oresi nan
some attractive camp grounds and
summer home sites, says P. W. Cleat
or, surveyor from the Portland forest
office who has Just completed surveys
In the Godman Springs region, in the
north end of the forest. This is the
first survey made of the vicinity and
Mr. Cieator designated 13 summer
home sites. In addition to the present
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Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Dcpts. 78 .
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORE
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Other Dcpts. 78
Here to Slake Testa.
W. J. Gllmore, of the mechanical
and farm implement department or
u. A. C. Is in Pendleton and will to
day and tomorrow conduct draft tests
for combines. With a dynometer Mr.
Gllmore will determined how much
horsepower Is necessary to pull a com
bine In various localities. He was here
previously and conducted the tests
with reference to- plows. Fred Ben-
nion, county agent, secured the ser
vices of Mr. Gllmore In this county.
J. P. Sharp Dies
J. D. Sharp, aged 90, father of Dr.
J. E. Sharp of this city, died at the
home of his son here yesterday. His
death was due to old age. Mr. Sharp
has made his home with hls'son since
March and prior to that time lived In
Portland. Besides Dr. Sharp he is sur.
vived by M. C. Sharp, of Vancouver,
Washington, and C. C. Sharp, of Seat
tle. Washington. M. C. Sharp, who
was with his father at the time of his
dentil, and Dr. Sharp, left today for
Vancouver where burial will be made.
The body will be laid to rest beside
that of Mr. Sharp's wife.
. MONEY SAVED!
Oil seasonable goods. A big lot of high grade merchandise marked especially low.
These items picked at random from our immense stock of Dry Goods and Art Goods
to Bl? CLEARED OUT. Every one of these items is a money saver. Come in now and
get your share. 5
Sofa Pillows $1.26
Just 8 of them in this lot, dark colors, covered
with tapestry, good for the car, camping and the
like. Kegular price $1.75, on special sale. ..... ?lb
Big Selling Event
Wash Voiles ,
In order to clean these out for our
'Anrnn cf noire tViaf will hp pnTYiinrr snOTl.
we are offering all our wash voiles
at one half price.
Remnants 1-2 Price
Big lot Wash Goods, all lengths irom 2 yards to
4 1-2 yards.
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THE SEASON'S NEWEST NOVELTY
The Harding Blus Sautolr and Bracelet. This new novelty, origi
nated by the Klger Boyn have only been on the markej three wceka,
, but, O Boy these three weeks !!
If you haven't one get one now, be In style with the rest and be one
of the first In your town to wear a Harding Blue Ribbon on your
watch or a Sautolr. Come In and see us, we have just received a big
election at very little cost. (Don't delay! Come now). Hanscom
always has the best and newest. - - . - . ,
GIFTS THAT LAST
Fishln I X How
Tackle . About that
That I r , ftCf Winchester
tlngs l!22. caL for
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$2.50 Table Damask $1.95
Made of finest quality yarns, double damask and
of beautiful floral designs, special, yard $1.95
One Lot Collar Points 26c Yd.
Marl a nf nreandie. embroidered and come in col
values, snecial sale 26c
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Dirtor of Corporation.
W. I,. Thompson, vice-president of
the First National Rank of Portland
and president of the American Nati
onal Bank, was In Pendleton today
where he arrived this morning. He Is
en route to Chicago where on August
12 hewill attend a meeting of the
board of directors of the Stock Grow
ers', Finance corporation of which he
has been appointed a member. He
will leave Pendleton this evening. The
board will be urged by him to adopt
a liberal working plan and to elimi
nate all unnecessary red tape, so that
the board can act quickly and efficiently.
Finish Fish Ladder.
A new concrete Jish ladder has been
constructed In the dam on the river
near Hermiston and water will be
turned into it the latter part of this
week, according to a report brought
from the west end today by W. H. Al
bee, deputy game warden. The lad
der is eight feet wide and contains
eight boxes, and the boxes are large
enough to permit even sturgeon to
come up the river during low water.
China pheasants are plentiful in the
alfalfa fields of the west end, he re
ports. The first broods are already
beginning to show color on their plumage.
Bringing Guest to rtound-Vp.
A. Phimlster Proctor, sculptor who
is well known here, is coming to the
Pendleton Round-Up this September
and is bringing with him R. F. Tobln
of San Francisco, prominent resident
of that city and a famous polo player.
Mr. Proctor is now finishing the
working models of the "Circuit Rid
er," herQlc slKe equestrian statue
which R. A. Booth Is to present to the
state In memory of his father. The
statue is to be placed in front of the
State House In Salem. The model of
the equestrian statue of Roosevelt
made by Mr. Proctor, Is in New York
".here it is being enlarged In Mr.
Proctor's studio. It will be presented
to the city of Portland by Dr. Henry
All women's neck
wear at reduced
prices. Just the
thing to freshen up
one's summer wear.
Prettiest of styles
and in dainty fab
rics and rich hand
Lot Women's Vests 5 for $1.00
Big lot women's vests, comfy cut and shell top, all
sizes, 34 to 44, values 25c to 40c, special sale 5 for $1
Hair Bows 69c
"Values up to $1.00 on special sale, offered in all
colors, 1 1-4 yd. lengths. Special Sale, bow 69c
Clean Awav of All
Parasols 1-2 Price .
All Parasols in the quaint
est of color contrasts, novel
ty handles and odd shapings
in the frame and cut of
coma, give you the daintiest
out door effects for becom
ing harmony to your sum
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 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
left. Buy them at 75c pair. .
One Lot Package Goojls 1-2 Price
Includes baby dresses, rompers, women's gowns,
envelopes, etc. Special sale 1-2 price.
(East Oregonlan Special)
ECHO, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. How.
ard V. Drew arrived in Kcho Thurs
day. They have been attending sum-
expect to leave Tuesday on a motor
trip to Newport Oregon wRere they
expect to stay until about September
Among those who spent Sunday at
Umatilla were Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
George and children, Mr. and Mrs. H.
It. Willis, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Drew,
Mr; and Mrs. J. O. Davis, Vernon
Davis, Donald Davis, Mrs. Inga Bell
and children, Miss Florence Mahood,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Esselstyn, Rodney
Esselstyn, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Essel-
mer school in Portland. Mr. Drew styn, C. R. Hawkins and Mr. Fisher.
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 5
50 good cigarettes
Tor iuc from
one sack of
has been the principal of the Echo
high school for the past two years and
will be the principal again this year.
Mrs. Drew Is teacher of the fifth and
Word, has been received In Echo of
the birth of a little daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. Leighton Steele of Portland
last week.- 'Mrs: Steele was formerly
Miss Daphne Gulliford of Echo.
Mr. and Mrs., Harry Rogers and
family left Monday for a motor trip to
the Yellowstone National Park .
Mrs. Edith O. Coppinger spent Sun
day visiting in Hermiston nt the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Adams.
Miss Alice Mudge of Orenco, Oregon
arrived in Echo, Monday to visit for
about ten days with friends and rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Gobbel were
visitors in Hermiston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Young left Sun
day for a motor trip through the Wil
lamette valley and to tho coast.
Mrs. O. A. Cannoh of Freewater
visited here with friends from Friday
until Sunday, when Mr. Cannon and
her sister, Miss Daisy l.ee, drove down
from Freewater for her.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Teel and baby
A. A. Finley and wife of Sand Hal
low were in Echo Saturday.
Fire destroyed the Ford car belong
ing to W. B. Benedict, last Saturday.
The car was insured.
Mrs. Boyce of Spokane is here visit
lug her daughter, Mrs. J. Davis.
R. A. Cutting of Fairview, Wash.,
arrived on Wednesday to work at the
Echo Harness shop. , Mrs. Cutting and
daughter will come to Echo soon.
Miss Cutting will attend the local high
W. E. Elder of Big Stone Flat spcrit
Mondav on business in this city.
Echo men who were business' visit
ors in Pendleton Saturday include A.
B. Thomson, R. B. Stanfield, O. D.
Teel, George nppinger, D. J. Madison
and Chas. Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell and
children of Kcho and Mr. and Mrs.
Ward Howelland son, Bobbie of Yaki
ma, Wash., left Echo Saturday after
noon for a two weeks outing to the
Beaches. They expect to drive to Scat
tie before returning home.
Jack Stanfield returned last week
from Seattle, where he had been in
training at the encampmnt of the na
tional guard. He wilt remain here
until the fall opening of the University
of Washington where he will resume
his studies. '
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews and
daughters Bess and Carrie Andrews
motored to Hermiston Saturday on
Miss Myrtle Gulliford of Portland,
formerly of Echo, who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hampton lert
Monday for her home in Portland.
DR. LYNN K. B LAKES LEE
Chronio and Nervous Diseases sal
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Electric
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The Policy of Economy
This is a subject of interest to everyone and we wish 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 BEST MERCHANDISE FOR THE
MONEY-SAVER I MONEY-SAVER MONEY-SAVER I MONEY-SAVER
NO. 1 NO. 2 - NO. 3 NO. 4
Gold band cups and West Electric Curl-
saucers, ers 5 on a Large glass fruit Aluminum Perco-
6 for $1.75 card 23c bowls 33c lators $1.89 j
( LET 'ER BUCK
WE SOLICIT YOUR
on the basis of giving yon FITLT. 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 making an adjustment meet
"ng with your satisfaction.
rust received, a new ship,
ment of English tea pots.
Several decorations. Priced
f 1.00 and $1.25
MONEY-SAVER NO. S
MONEY-SAVER NO. 6
Coveralls for the Kiddies 79c nd $1.39 Baskets for picnics, shopping and babies
I play things 90c to $3.00
"More for Icss"