East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, August 31, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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' DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, 0IL"3G0JI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1921.
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Special &rniouncgneffs . ot
AUGUST
WILL
A eeraf - of, Circus Bay Tke weaiu
mOUGH THURSDAY . .
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AND IN CONSIDERATION OF THE APPROACH OF SCHOOL DAYS WE W ILL CONTINUE ALL THE FOLLOWING SCHOOL CHILDREN'S BAR-
GAINS THROUGH SATURDAY.
Boys' Athletic Unions in Nainsook,
65c fabrics for 49c.
Boys' Coveralls
Ages up to 8 years at 98c
This means the very best make, the Levi
Strauss.
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Boys' Waists
$1.00 Values, August Cleanup Sale '79c
$1.25 Values, August Cleanup Sale. . . . 93c
1.50 Values, August Cleanup Sale SI. 29
$1.65 Values, August Cleanup Sale $1.39
$1.85 Values,-August Cleanup Sale. .... $1.49'
Children Tuff Rompers
Offered in the August Cleanup Sale 1-4 off.
Every Item in the Boys' Department
Reduced
All unlisted Boys' Goods bear a 10 Per Cent
Reduction.
Special Cleanup of Boys'
Sweaters
Assortment of colors, styles and sizes. You
claim 1-3 off, which means that you can buy:
$3.00 Sweaters for $2.00
$4.50 Sweaters for ' $3.00
$5.00 Sweaters for $3.35
$6.00 Sweaters for $3.95
$7.50 Sweaters for . .' $4.95'
All Boys' Wash Suits
Reduced for Our August Cleanup Sale
$1.95 Suits, August Cleanup Sale $1.30 .
$2.00 Suits, August Cleanup Sale $1.35
$2.25 Suits, August Cleanup Sale $1.50.
$2.50 Suits, August Cleanup Sale ..... $1.67
$2.75 Suits, August Cleanup Sale $1.84
$3.00 Suits, August Cleanup Safe ..... $2.00
$3.50 Suits,. August Cleanup Sale $2.34
$4.00 Suits, August Cleanup Sale $2.67
Children's Straw Hats 1-2 Price
Children's Crash, Linen and Cloth Hats One
Third Off.
' Special Sale of Boys' Jazz Caps 25c.
FZSZinsQ GREATEST I?2PARTArKT JEUNES -
9 Fmmes Warehouse
UTvHptE IT PAY? TO jjLty&jMEEfflM?
Boys' Underwear Offered at the Big
August Cleanup' Sale ' ;f
Boys' Athletic underwear in Nainsook. - A
good value at the regular price 85c. August
Cleanup Sale now ; . GOc ,
Cleanup Sale of Boys' Suits
A wonderful cleanup of the greatest stock
of Boys' Suits in Pendleton, including the
famous Hart Schaffner & Marx. Read the
comparative prices carefully and consider the
, wonderful savings offered.
$7.50 Suits, August Cleanup Sale ...... $4.93
$9.00 Suits, August Cleanup Sale $5.95
$12.50 Suits, August Cleanup Sale . . . . . $9.33
$15.00 Suits, August Cleanup Sale ..f . . . $9.93
$16.50 Suits, August Cleanup Sale .... $10.95
$20.00 Suits, August Cleanup Sale .... $13.65
$25.00 Suits, August Cleanup Sale . . : . $16.63
BOYS DON'T FORGET THE PIG
RACE THURSDAY MORNING OR THE
CHICKEN RACE SATURDAY AFTER
NOON AT CRAWFORD'S.
IN LIQUOR PUZZLE
THE COLD GBAY DAWN.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-,
East Oregonian Printing Department.
Slttei Ire
Our $30,000 stock of Furniture, Pianos, Rugs, Lino
leum, etc., will be sold with nothing reserved everything
goes to the earliest buyer.
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ale row
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We have always' believed that prices will get the
crowds now we know it.
Coma m tomorrow. Come early and stay late. You
will enjoy looking over our immense stock. Everything
marked in plain figures. : . -
EUY NOW FOR FALL FURNISHINGS. FIX UP FOR
RCUND-UP. THIS (CHANCE MAY NEVER OCCUR
AGAIN.
PUMPKIN CENTER, Aug. SI. (I.
X. S.) Pumpkin Center-the mythical,
jumps into sudden fame. It has been
known for years throughout the coun
try and glorified in the movies.
And now te spotlight of publicity
comes to shine upon one of Pumpkin
Center's most respected citizens.
Will McCulley was called from a re
vival meeting by Prohibition Enforce
ment Officer King, lie was placed un
der arrest. A whiskey still hud been
found in his attic. McCulley protests
that the still is not his; that he knows
nothing about how it came into his
home.
And while the
Pumpkin Center a
steps into the rim.
ir.g neighbor who
spotlight is on
purported villain
Maybe a design
loved McCuiley's
wife placed the still in the attic, eight ;
of this burg's fourteen inhabitants de- i
i clare.
The still had cobwebs on it. No
whiskey was found.
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831 Main Street
PHONE 75
Do not wait until some member of
your family is taken with a (severe at
tack of bowel complaint and then
fend for medicine, but be prepared.
But- a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
r,nd Diarrhoea remedy so as to have j
it at hand ready for instant use. Buy
it now.
There's No Friend IJke an Old Friend
An old friend will always help you
in time of need. It is the same with
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is old and tried friend
in many thousands of families and
like other old friends, can be depend
ed upon in time of need.
Sour .Stomach
When the quantity of food taken Is
too great or the quality too rich, sour
stomach may result and especially so
if you are constipated. Eat slowly,
masticate your food thoroughly, eat
sparingly of meats. Let fully five
hours elapse between meals and when
you feel a fullness and weight in the
stomach, after eating your supper,
take one of Chamberlain's Tablets, and
in most cases sour stomach may be
avoided.
Worth Considering
"Wo take is for granted that, your di
gestion is troubling you. Do not imag
ine that you are the only one suffer
ing that way. There are thousands of
others and as a general rule, unneces
sarily. Your case is much the same
as that of a great many others who
have been cured by taking Chamber
lain's Tablets. Give them a trial. You
are certain to 'be more than pleased
with the benefit derived from their
use. Do It now. They only cost a
trifle.
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1ERCIAL
BOARDMAN SCH00I
W. Smead of the Morrow county fair
board, ire wants one or two "big"
watermelons to take to the state fair,
so Malheur will not capture the prize
again this year.
The chairmen of tho various fair
committees desire that all who are in
position to do so will make arrange
ments to have something to exhibit
and get it to the school house next
Monday or Tuesday inurning. Don't
wait to be called on.
PENDLETON FOLK ENJOY
mericin Beauty
ELECTRIC IRON
. tie bat iroa mads
You are living in an elccaical age)
make the most of it. Come in and
let u ahow you the wonderful time
and labor saving devices we carry
in stock Irons, Washing Machines,
Vacuum Cleaners, Toasters, Grills,
Percolators, Vater Heaters, Stoves,
Radiant Heaters, Lamps; Fixtures,
Sewing Machines anything and
everything electrical.
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Ami OilH-r Articles III
IroporlMni.
J. L. VAUGHAN
Flectrlr nii.l tin Supplied
IMxini i:s tin I 'itN:. t riurt Kt
(East (iregonian Special.)
UOAKD..IAX, Arc., Aug. 31. Word
has reached lioardman that Prof. F.
J. Burns, superintendent ,of the Esta
!.,in rrf."r,n schools, and formerly
principal of schools at lioardman, who I
was injured in a fall from an automo
bile to the pavement between Hood
Tiiver and Portland last July, is still
suffering from tho effects of his in
jury and may not be able to take up
his work at EntacaCa when school be
gins next month. Mr. Burns and
family have the sympathy 01 man MEACHAM. Aug. 31. Mrs. Ben L.
friends in this section. Burroughs and son Buby and Mrs. I
Another message 01 nappier v '' i (.j,!,,,,,,, and children came tip
carries the announcement of the mar- fl.m i.oml(.ton Monday and will
riago in Portland of M;ss Frances ,T. HV(,nd th0 wnpk at the ),tel.
He. be, formerly teacher of domestic MnJ 1)aV(, Taylor returned to her
science in the Boardman schools, and nolm, :lt Athena Wednesday after
William J. Price, popular young m,(1(ldlns tjle Hst two weeks at the ho
ranchtr south of Boardman. The te)
young people have the good wishes of Joe j.ari;,'.H (in(1 famiy nnd Mr. and
the community. Mrs. Harry Chambers returned to Pen-
J. C. Ballanger, manager of the (),,ton Wednesday after a months out
Ballanger Dumber Co. and family, j,,,, ,l( th(. i':,ri(os place west of Mea
have gone to .Springfield, Oregon, to .'.,,
resldo for a time. Miss Ktidla Shepbard camo over
The Adventist church undnr con- frilI1 ff.Try m wll Kpend the week
structlon .'it lioardman is rapidly as- .lvltn MiKM ji,,,,,, ijenison.
suming definite form and proportions. j. sniith motored to Pendleton
The school supplies for the Board- Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith expect to
man schools with tho exception of H:lVe in a fTnv days for Salt Lake to
some portable desks, have arrived. The v:it with friends. '
Andrews Furniture Co. of Bonliind Mr. and Mrs. EanHdale nnd Mrs1,
were the successful bidders and some K Kirk came up from Athena and
money has been raved by ordering In j Kint tte day sight seeing,
quantity. Alius Velma Smith was a Sunday
Coy D. I.ee, who will have the 7th 'visitor at the hotel,
and Sth gradi s lit the Bnardman j Jack Bt'se, brother of M's. J. Dock
schools arrived Willi his family and ; woilor, canie iii from I'eridlolon Sun
boiisebo'.il .gonds oil .Monday. Tbey!i,,v and will spend a few days here,
made the trip by truck and Mr. j Miss Chapman came up from Pen
says that from the top of a truck load , dleton Sunday to visit with Mrs. John
of goods from the top of the Deschutes j Dockweller.
bill Is a worthwhile experience. Theyi l)al. Klosher was up from Nolln Sat
1 will occupy the new bouse lining built in day looking nfter bis sheep Interests,
by Mis. Sherman on her lot near the Mrs. Karl ( inlanders Ih up from j
' hole). I'cinlh-loli i 'Ulinu w ill! l.i-r -a lei- Mr"., i
i i o. lias been received fiont W, Claude i;::tea, j
WASHlN'flTON, Aug. 31. (V. P.)
The senate finance committee plans
to have tho tax bill ready for submis
sion to the sonuie when that body re
convenes September 21. Senator Wat
so of Indiana, assured President Hard
ing. This will enable the senate to
start work on the bill promptly.
1 Card of Thanks -
We wish to thank our friends for
the beautiful flowers and kind words
of sympathy In the loss of our Father,
Owen McLaughlin.
. j. f. Mclaughlin
ilKS. ANNIE McLEOD
, MBS. KATE KKOEL
M. A. McLAUOIIIJ.V
. (East Oregonian Special.) ...
HEBM1STO.V. Aug. 31. A big
crowd was out at he commercial club
meeting Tuesday for the discussion of
dairying. In addition to most of tho
business men from the town there was
a large number of farmers rrom'UII
over tho project. Men who have been
engaged in dairying here were asked
to give their experiences for the lame
nt of others who expect lo get cirws.
It was the upiniii,of all who-spoke
that better money cari be, made by
keeping the cows than by selling the
hay. J. H. Heed estimated that If one
had really good cows he could get
twice as much out of his hay as by
selling it. W. A. Ford who lives near
Umatilla was called upon. Ke keepi
10 cows and gels from ISO to JH0
from his cream checks in addition to
what he gets out of feeding the sklm
me.l milk to chickens und rtHfa;;.
II. K. Dean of the experimental
farm, Fred l'ennlon, county agent lihd
L. A. Hunt, of the Oregon Hay CJrow
eis were culled upon and spoke favor
a! !e i f dairying. .Mr. Hunt thnigh
managing the association for sidling
hay believes farmers should use some
u,' their hay on the farm and that the
rtction must have diversified farming.
E. P. Dodd, president of the com
mercial club appointed a committed
which will work on the iiuestion and
got data on who wants lo buy cows.
The members are F. C. ilcKeiirlc,
hardware dealer, Oeo. Hoot-, farmer
and L. A. Hunt of the hay association.
Other speakers nt the gathering
werp J. It. Iteed, Oeo. GresM-y, und W.
A. llannon.
Former Indiana people living near
ileimision w ill hold a picnic on the W.
L. Blessing lawn September II. About
50 people have already indicated their
Intention to attend and a big gathering
of former Hoosiers la expected.
George Corse and W. A. Leathers of
HermlFton wero Pendleton visitors
Saturday. .
Ed Comegys of the Sapper hard
ware store returned from a vacation
spent in Pendleton aud vicinity the
first of this week. n , ,
A new real estate firm has opened
office here In the Oregon hotel build
ing. The members are J. M. Illgifs Rnd
Elmer Beach. Mr, Beach camo here
recently from Lebanon.
Mm. Henry Not and Mrs. ' W. M.
Sliartr gave a shower last, Friday even
ing for Mrs. It. Longhnrn who .was
Miss Ia Percy prior to her marriage a
short time ago! " ''
"Here's Real Tobacco"
V says the Good Judge ,
That gives a man more
genuine chevving satis
faction than he ever got
out of the ordinary kind;
Smallerchew.Iastslonger
so it costs less to chew
this class of tobacco.
And the good, rich to
bacco taste gives a world
Of satisfaction.
Any man who uses the
Ileal Tobacco Chew
, will tell you that,
Put up in two s!yks
V-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco .t-u. n
IUGHT'CUT is a short-cut tobacco
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