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DAILY EAST OEEOONLilT, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1021.
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News Notes of Pendleton
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cam;m)a op events
Juna 27-Auffuit i I fiummr
Normal School, 4
July 28 Meeting of Umatilla
and Wulla Walla County wheat
Soptembor . 19-24 Nortlwveut
Grain and Iluy Show. -
September 22, 2S, 24 Annual
.'oiimiislii to Slevt,
The clly pluiuiinyr ronitolmilon will
meet this evening. The members of
tlio recently formed coinmlsnlon are
Mayor CJuuruo Iurtinun, Harold War
ner, city attorney, Frank Hayes, city
engineer, Juile O. W. Phel)S, Dr. W.
V. McNury, Mrs. James Juhns, Sr., W.
1). Humphrey. H. K Inlow nml 11. J.
Mann. , Tonight officers are to bo
' Uno Court meted. '
J. C. Kuhns, Umatilla forest supi-r.
visor, nml a crew of six men arc now
ot work on the construction of a tele
phone for the Mt. Kmlly-Uuckle roiul
region. It is the first telephone line
for the district. K. IT. Cecil, of the
Portland office. Is here toduy and will
leave tomorrow to Juin Mr. Kuhnf In
supervising the work and In perform
ing other duties In connection with
forestry work. 1 '
Will Send Display.
A display of wheut from the wheat
district in the Great Kails, Montunu,
region Is promised for the Northwest
Oralii anil lluy Hhow, September J 9
to 24, by I K. MuKpndon, county
agent. In a letter to Fred liennlon,
sertetury of the show's association,
Mr. McHpudden says he will send n
display of I'ellss and Montana 30
wheut. He asks also If a special
prize will be offered Tor the macaroni
variety. Mr. liennlon will send half
bushel sumples of wheat from hero to
Mr. MucSpudden who will puy ex
penses and who will use the dlspluy ut,.
a show In Great Kails September 8'.
.Mr. liennlon suys that' Montuna grow
ors make u specialty of quality wheut
and that their exhibit promises to be
o'clock. The alarm camo from Turner
and East streets. There was no dam
age, und the fire never extended be
yond the limits of the pile of brush,
A brushplle fire, seen by a pedes
truin Ijist night in passing, caused an
alarm of fire to be. turned In at 8:111
J, 101 101 101101101101101101101
New crop just received
- 35c per lb.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court Street
Phonei 101 -Private Exchange Connect
101 101 101 101 101 101 TOT 101 I0I
WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW
Watch our window and see the" great values we are
offering you each week.
The very newest styles in Jewelrydom, each article
bears our guarantee if at any time an article does not
give satisfaction tell us, we can help you and if you tell
your neighbors, they can not and will not.
We are still, offering you a big reduction on every ar
ticle in our line. Now is the time to make your dollar
which you have worked so hard for go almost twice as far.
Come in and look over our large stock. We are at your
Hansen's jewelry Store
22. cal. for
Is Kmployc at T. I. W.
Verrton Fowler Is a new employe at
the J'eoples Warehouse. Ho Is em
ployed In the shoe department.
lliillillng rcriiiU Granted.
A permit for repairs on the business
building owned by Mrs. 11. , Kowler
ut 814 Main street has been granted
ut the offlco of tlio city recorded by
John Hallry, acting recorder. The
permit calls for repairs estimated to
To Leave On Vacation.
H. W. Dickson will leave this even
ing ,for Portland where ho will spend
two weeks on his vucution. lie will
join Mrs, Dickson und duughter, who
have been ut the beaches f a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Jfrs. J. It.
Dickson and his two brothers, John
und Frank Dickson,
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
"Let 'er Buck"
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"Vsgs" Aid Hek-axed. I
Five men, picked up by the city po
lice within 'two hours after their ar
rival In 1'endleton, were released this
morning by Magistrate John Hailey
when their cases cume before him In
city court. Their freedom was grant
ed on condition that they leave Pen
dleton far behind them In their Jour
Stud Out Folder.
Several hundred folders advertising
the Ilouncf-Up are being wrapped and
mailed from the offices of the Com
mercJul Association by Miss Grace
Itugg. The lot now being sent out
goes to agents of the lliion Pacific
system all over tho Northwest in or
der that the Information may be dis
seminated to people anxious to be
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Keen Ix-mand for I louses.
That there Is a keen demand for
houses and apartments by families
who expect to return to Pendleton In
time for the beginning of school Sep
tember t, Is a statement made today
by real estate dealers. Many houses
have been changing hands, and every
house that is for rent Is being sought
by several prospective residents.
Apartments are also being taken rapidly.
Fighting .Steers Coming.
(Uddio Met 'arty, Itound-l'p perform
er, and owner of numerous horses and
steers, blew into Pendleton yesterday,
tie has Just appeared with his string
at Bozemnn, Mont., and he is coming
to Walla Walla and from there to
Pendleton. He also closed a cieal
whereby the Happy Canyon manage
ment will receive a pair of fighting
Urulinia steers from his stables to ap
pear in the night show.
"Iluedun' I'loaxcs Crowds.
The presentation of the film "Pas
sion," at the Arcade theatre is win
ning favorable comment from Pendle
ton theatre goers. The play follows
closely events In French history at the
time of Louis the Fifteenth. Pola
Negri plays tho role of Jeanne du
Barry, tho French milliner who later
became court favorite. The stage
settings are very beautiful and show
a fidelity to detail in depicting the
scenes In the French capital.
A most interesting story of the West of Oregon and of the "Round-Up."
Have You read it?:'. If not, let us sell you a copy. We now have our full quota
and can fill all orders. Write, phene or come in for a copy of this book.
LET 'ER BUCK '
Send two or three to friends, North, South or East. Give them an opportunity to
read and learn all about our wonderful West.
t WE PREPAY POSTAGE '
ileo Club Wants Date.
According to a letter written by
Maurice N. Ebcn, president of the
club, the University of Oregon Glee
Club wants a date during the Christ
mas holidays for a concert here. The
club will make a tour to Boston dur
ing the Christmas vacation and it is
probable that a concert will be given
here. The Commercial Association
has been asked to supply the names
of any organizations that would spon
sor the concert here. Fifteen con
certs will be given on the tour, ac
cording to the president's letter.
An experienced travel
ing salesman to cover
Western Idaho and East
ern Oregon territory by a
large western manufac
;uring concern. Splendid
opportunity for right par
ty. All applications held
Address, Box X care
Will .It (curt Harvard.
Frank E. (Ned) Fowler, of this city,
who after attending 'University of
Oregon spent two years at the U. of O.
Medical School In Portland Is
one of 20 out of 100 applicants ac
cepted, as students at Harvard with
the 'rank of junior In the medical
school for tho coming year. Only two
Oregon students were accepted. Mr.
and Mrs. Fowler (Margaret Gross)
are now in Portland and will arrive In
Pendleton September 1 for a few days'
visit with Mr. Fowler's uncle, D. B.
Waffle, und his brother, Vernon Fow
ler. They will leave here In time for
Mr. Fowler to enter Harvard for the
Many Hooks Already l'strllmtcd.
To date, 3000 copies of the ''Let 'er
Buck" books, describing the Pendle
ton Round-Up rfnd the old frontier,
have been distributed by the Pendle
ton Commercial Association to busi
ness houses of the city. Tho books
are going fast, und the merchants re
port that there is a lively demand for
the copies. Tho record for outside
towns to date is held hy H. E. Hose
of the Hose store at Helix. ' "Rosy"
and Helix have climbed on the band
wagon to the extent of 40 copies, and
all of those have been sold. Many arc
also being sold In other towns. Many
of the merchants who subscribed for
small lots are already pretty well sold
I Tour to llt Hold.
A Joint orchard tour will be made
by the Umatilla and Walla Walla
County Farm Bureau about the mid
dle of September. This will be the
biggest fruit growers' excursion ever
staged In tho Walla Walla valley. The
llemonstralton orchards and orchards
where Interesting features can be
pointed out In both counties will be
visited. Milton will show the result of
thinning at different sapclngs. results
ot sodium nitrate applications, result
of pruning and especially commend
able orchard practices. John B. Wl
ey, district horticurturlst, Is enthu
siastic about the possibilities of such
a tour and has some very Interesting
features to display in the Wulla Walla
IS THK RIGHTFUL
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HAVE ONE OF THE
TORIES OF THE
COUNTRY. AVAIL OF
Tliorongh Instruction in
Piano, Voice, Violin, Pis
Organ, Public School
Music Methods. Music
Theory. Hand Instruments,
Fall Term Opens Sept. 12
For Catalog and Iaiw
Tuition HaUs, Address
A Real Coal with Maximum Heat at Minimum Cost
To store Castle Gate is to have COAL, not slack, when you are
ready for heat this winter.
Coal is as low as it will be this winter, we guarantee you against
a reduction up to Mar. 1st. The mines have announced an advance
to take effect Sept. 1st, so to order now means to save.
B. L. Burroughs
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with cIiuiiko proclaims ns ..
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the riniriiig of Its urisUiul
hy our forefathers.
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Save for a home, your insurance, a trip on fH
your vacation, or a protection in times of
It is a common practice of many of our pa-
trons to maintain individuals accounts for p
such purposes to provide sufficiently to
meet payments or needs when necessary.
Think it over, you need this service every Iff
one does. Come in and start an account to- In
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