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DAILY EAST 02EG0NIAN, I'ENDLJSTON, OSSGOIT, JJATUT.DAY EVEKIKO, SEPTEMEF,& 3, 1021.
jjStews Notes of Pendleton ji
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CAMCXijAR OP EVENTS
AusiiBt 28-80 Wuter First
Aid course ut City Natatnrlurn.
Direction of Joieph C. Hedg.
" ' 6i)V)t(iml)nr 10 HurniUton Ex-
porlment Htatlori field Day.
September 19-21 Northweat
Grain nnd Hay Show.
. 8optember 21, it, 24 Annual
October 7-8 Seventh Annual
Dairy and Hog Show, at Her-
Trapitf-r flukes RmihyI.'
. Thlrty-ncven adult coyotes, four
(ihcep-killlnif bear ujid Hlx wild caU
havo beeii trapped or killed by H. W.
Dobj ns, (vernment hunter, since July
17. Mr. lobJn, who with Mi
Dohyn wan a vlHltor ' In Pendleton
' yesterday, has out about 100 miles of
'trap line and covers ranges on Hlack,
Pining; and Wilbur mountains Horse
shoe rldtco and oji 8o.naro, Meuehain
and Camp creeks.v One bear killed by
Mr. Dobyns had killed 53 head oC
sheep and another 13 head, Mrs.
Doftyhs assists her husband and has
a horse of her own
liken the Work and has" killed a few
coyotes and a bear. Mr. Ixibyns is
riinkidered ono of the bent hunters
mid trappers In the government ser
vice and in the west. He lias been
with the service for six years. v
(Jets iinliilimr ivi-mit
A permit to remodel his residence at
6 18 West Court was granted yestcrduy
at the office of the city recorder to A.
C. KoeppeiJ. Tho estimated eot Of
the work will be i00. according to
tho application. ,
To (Vh'brali' lay
As a part, of the festivities that ac
company Ijibor Day, a dance will be
riven Monday evening at Liberty Hall,
(j. jc.Murj'hey i mumiKlns the
dance and tie has secured the services
of the Portland "Melody Boys." ,
Kdwl Says Tlimik Von."
Itobert Simpson received-, a letter
this morning from Edsel 11. Ford in
which the yomiKcr auto -magnate
ncknwleducit receipt of a copy of tho
"Let 'cr Puck" book which was-sent
him by Simpson. An exprewlon of ap
nreeirilion of the book Itself and ni
She says she interest in the Hound-Up are expressed
. 1II1A,1 .. ti.ni In V. Ir.tlnr ' " '
I 'iro iii Gin bine Region,
A forest fife Is vuKinx in tho Gnr
dane region, according to word receiv
ed by the local office of the I'matilla
Koi-e.it Service. The fire covered 100
acres and is tho larsuHt this year on
the foinnt. It. A. Uottcher, deputy for
est supervisor, left yesterday for the
scene of the conflagration.
Outlines Course of Study
The outlines for the courses of study
to be followed by tho schools of the
County have been put on the press and
will be ready for distribution to tho
various schools' with the beRlmiing of
the year's work. " These outlines are
the work of the county superintendent
of schools. Some of the hijih schools
In the county will use them and ull of
the grade schools.
WE BASE OUR ADVERTISING
ON SOUND FACTS
To the end that it may Carry Conviction,
Establish Confidence and Build Endurin?;
Trade. . : .
,'.' "YOU CAN DEPEND Otf 101" '
WE CLOSE ALL DAY MONDAY
Pendleton Cash Market; Inc
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connects v
101 101 101 toi iomoi xox 101 101 V
OH. JvtiL SCHOOL BOY AND GIRL!
TV have Just what fmi want to start you off ritiht In your new
year of school. A happy start makes success. AVe have a full line of
the best make of Pencils and Pens, ranninjr in price from Stkto f 12.00
Each penoil or pen Is fruarantood to Rive perfect satisfaction. We
are equipped to repair all Ol'll Pens and Pencils FKEH.
Wo also have an Ink that does not clog your pen and will wash
out of your clothes should you happen to spill some on them. PUT
when It Is put on paper It becomes permanent. Ve defy any Ink
eradlcator to remove it from paper. ,
Come in and see us. We are offering a special price to users of
our PenB and rencils. , ,
TItK IJ:.VI)lXO JKWKI.EI1S
Hunting Season Opens
"Let Us Show You Our Large Assortment of
WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION
They Get the Game.
Itctiirn To Sihool
J. M. C'orhellnon accompanied his
three children to "Walla VVulla today
where they are returning to school
end college after spending the vaca
tion here with him and relatives.: AUhs
rtuth Purdy qlso made the trl with
them. Miss Esther C'onielison will
enter Whitman as a freshman this
year, Mary Jane is a senior In high
school and I'urdy Is in the eighth'
grade. , '
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones
Other Dcps. 78
Use the Phones '
Grocery, 2 Phones
SEE THE WINDOWS
SEE THE WIN bOWS
To Stotco Contest.
In older to welconle back members
who havo been on vacations or h;Ae
been out of town or who possibly ruuy
have been fishing on Kun.lays. tomor
row at tho Christian church there will
be special numbers by A. W. Lumb ll's
orchestra of 20 pieces. The orchestra
will play In front of the church .before
the services begin, and they will also
have a part in the inuy.cu; program
which will be a. feature nf (he IMble
school services. The event marks the
beginning of a fall rally. Tha stand-
iid of attendance Sunday Is L'50.
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Show Will lt- Large, -
The Hernilston Dairy and Hog Show
will bo larger this year than ever be
fore, says llernard M;'.invariiig, edi
tor of the Hennhiton Herald, who is
here today. The show, which will be
held October 7 and S, will include in
addition to the usual features, ilior.se
races, dancing and other entertain
ment. T his year the entire show will
be on the grounds, Bays air. Mainwar
ing. A new feature this your will be
prizes for horses, in addition to prizes
for dairy cattle arid hogs. The premi
um list totals $1500. llr. Malnwaring
is boosting also for the Hermlston
Kield I 'ay, to be held next ral iirrlay,
ut the HermUton experiment itation.
Dairying is to be stressed. There will
be talks by ('. Xi. Hawli v, 'dairy ami
fortd uommi.sfdoiK'r, I". M. lirandt, of
the O. A. C. dairy department, and by
Senator Walter Pierce.
This h the opportunity of
the season to select your
furs at a small margiriijf
profit to us from manu
facturers' cost. -
'RAMBLING JIM' IN
FINE RAGE TO STAGE
FIGHT AT MIGHT SHOW
Fellows of defiance and chal-len-'e
hi-.e been IsKUt-.l ty ''I'.am
lillng Jim," and the mamfgement
of Happy Canyon is ritht now
waiting for the deli to be an-
,siveredby snme fighting koii of
the West for that matter.
"Itainbiiiig J m" is a big red
steer, and he is lining "groom
ed" as one of tho-mort promis
ing attractions fur the night
show. Pert Wmtman discovered
big Pamblin" ". and the son of
the wilds is being carefully re
strained in the corrals of the
Pendleton Meet Co.
The big boy ive'ghs 1,450 and
is a four-year-old Iitnphorn who
escaped shipment last year on
account of his wildues:. He will
be Used for a seer-baiting act at
the night show. His weight,
coupled with a bad. .disposition,
will make htm a wicked oppon
ent In the arena. Yesterday,,
when n red rag was flfcunted-before
his eyes he knocked innum
erable slivers from the henvy
corral fence, threw dirt over his
bark and bellowed . with rage,
lie Is being halted every day, Jim
Sturgis and Eob Simpson taking
turns teasing the bis brute from
behind the fence, and by P.otind
m lime. It Is expected that ho
will be In fettle to give an excit
ing account of himself.
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WE ARE NOT QvTOTING
We want you to see and
examine the furs, get our
prices aiid make compari
sons with furs you have
5een then if you are in
the market, you will buy
v A Small Deposit I
will hold any piece of fur
that you may select until
you are ready' to take1 it
Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 6th and 7th
MANUFACTURERS' FUR CONSIGNMENT SALE.
$50,000 DISPLAY OF FURS! AT SMALL MARGIN'
OF PROFIT AEOVE MANUFACTURERS' COST
No Sale in the pst fiva cr six years !s ccmparaole
From tho standpoint of price with this event
r Big Savings to You
' It is hard to tell in simple facts the story of this
Sale without seeming to exaggerate. Fifty The
sand Dollars' Worth of furs placed on sale at prices
that are lowest in years. Because one of the largest
manufacturers of Hisrh Grade Furs consigned to us
for a two days' sale Tuesday and Wednesday, "The
Finest Furs Nature Produces," which means the best
furs on today's market in America. s , .
A special representative from the manufacturer
accompanies this consignment. He will be with us
for the two days,, and it will be "his pleasure to give
his expert opinion on any piece of fur that you may.
be interested in. '
- If you've been waiting through the past seasons
for lowered prices before investing in a new Fur
tai? is the time for your investment. Here are the
loveliest and most luxurious pelt3 to be found, devel
oped in the smartest fall and winter "models. Every,
new and intriging whim of fashion the flaring coat,
the Tuxedo front wrap, the Mandarin sleeve with
new turn-hack cuff or beil finish ; some belted with
fur; coats where lovely furs contrast, each making
the other more beautiful, and lined with soft Jac
quard crepe, lustrous satins, in nev gorgeous weaves
ail these and more you'll find in this marvelous-,
collection. . , ;
Coats of Hudson Seal, Natural Squirrel, Scotch
Mole, Raccoon, Natural Rat, Genuine and Jap Mink
and Marmot in 3C, 45 and 47"inch lengths, trimmed
in Fox, Beaver, Kolinsky Skunk, Squirrel, Mink and
self-trimmed. - ,
Beautiful Wraps and Capes of Hudson Seal, Mole,
Mink, American Brojudtail, Kolinsky, . Platinum, , .
arcul; some self-trimmed, others have deep dollar
and cuffs of some contrasting furs.
The furs belong to ' the
manufacturer until you
make the purchase, 'con
sequently we can afford to
take a very Small margin
of profit to handle the
transaction, thereby giv
ing you the benefit o a
SMALL CAPES AND
ANIMAL SCARFS '
of Wolf, Mink, Kilinsky,
Fitch, Mole, 'Squirrel,
Hudson Seal and beautiful
Fox skins in taupe, red,
black, cuoss fox.''
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Ann Hastings Is n femlnlns dnr
Hcvtl who assists Cliaiies Ilutchlhon
In making his death-defying, serial
'Um for Path
fun t:.MK 'liver t" ie-. i-tec. used
very little, PO, a 1 0.x 1 B shed with
new Shingle root Phone lOSU-W. j
I n 1 820 300-Would Buy v : i norm euia
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