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DAILY EAST 0HIG0U1AN, PEJTDLETON, OREGON,
7ECNE3DAV.EVEUniG, '"SEPTEMBER 7, 1821.
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"News- Notes : bi cPejtdletoth
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
"in the iiDoralfoti for the benefit of bin
'wife. Her condition Is "gradually lnivj
30 Water First (proving, according to reports. ' r
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Ald course ul City Natatorlum,
TJirection of Joseph C. Hedges. Uyost KruVrs tiiitinitnie,
Hcptnmner 10 Hermiston EX- L,. ,, ... ,. .,:;, .,, ,., th. track
better price than was looked for a fuvv
' Use 'the Phones'
Grocery, 2 Phones
pertmont Station Field Day.
September ' 19-24 Northwest
Grain and Hay Show.
Soptember 22, 23, t Annual
Pendleton Roy nd -tip. ' '
October 7-8 Seventh Annual
Dairy and Hog Show, at Her-
mlston. ' '
are not worrying -a great
ava Mark' Cleveland,
magnatehere on business yesterday,
doclires. There will bo 60 cm-loads of
apples shipped from Slanflyld this
vcar ho Bays, an increase of 100 per
cent 'over last year. The bay growers
..,.il.-,V nut mist c over men
tna Deinanu J or
H4 Sexsoiin" Operation. ' '
'A uecofid operation for the transfu
sion of blood to bo performed within
less than a week; was performedvlast
night about 10 o'clock at St.' An-,
thony's hospital wlfeir "blood was
transfucj from H. V. Hoopor for the
benefit 0.TUr. 11.. W. Ayros, The first
operation was performed ' Friday i(
Inst week when Mr. Ayres submitted
eh a noes,
ots nuiiiiiiiK jcJn-;t,
' A permit to build a porch on,hin res
ltdonco on Post street Has bcrn'taiien
lout by Fire Chief Itingold. The addi
itlon will cost $30. , -
PENDliETON'S tEArjI VO OT(tHK
Use the Phones
Croccrv, 2 Phones
; Other Dcpts. 7'i
(AMllnit are not po keen as they havi,))JW th a-week and'bia fine was t
Indian "Comes HiM.k" '
For proving his ubility to he a "re
peater" in city court, Alex James, an
Indian, was fined $15 thw niornfng by
Jndijft Thomas Flta Gerald on a churge
of Being drunk.' This is the second
time James ha fueyl Jlie court withii
" . . i i. in
w,n and nrtces are low".
growc-association has received omo
excellent often, for hay.v One of the
k, ffr In for m a ton 1. o. b. The
cost of haling is down to 12.50. and by
,Mv!,vr mmbtrutlvoly a big saving on
baling wire vim made,. . .Exportde
tnand is picking up. too, and prospects
are-lhat hav will- command a much
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rii,ccYourvOrd(jiNo; for ;;
EXTRA FINE I'VALU PRUNES
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in apple lots, 45 toT52 pounds.
extra Vine ground
r .CHERRIES 25c PER LB. !
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FINE CONCORD GRAPES FOR
JELLY, ETC., 50c PER BASKET.
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- 'tWdstc Less Buy theBes :
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
. . v. 301 E. Court Street . , ,
PLonea 101 Private Exchange Connect . '
heavier than the nominal dose pre
scribed by the police magistrate.. for
Three Men r;oj Three Kikfl.
A crcent.ige standing of 1. 000 per
cent was batted by Italph Burgess,
Hubert .Smith and I?oy lrnisli why
returned last night from tlio John
Day country where they siiteded in
getting a buck Tor men man in thu
party. Two of the bucks are six
pointers, and the third" ws a two
tiointer. They Jjnve been able to get
bucks consistently during past hunt
ingyseasons. " . .
lol)C 6f-grcat-fjcrvicc to'our st'omers it is no more than natural for, us to Jiave
STOQ S riglit now at the beginning gf Fall for you to choose from, specially
' sewin!; needs' are most wanted. ; .. ' ,' v
GLOVES AND BEAUTY
Worthy of your attention are these new kid gloves
shades and lengths to fit perfectly with the new V'
Wlnte, oiacK ana various snaues, soma
IIui'Hc,kprs'Ai Coming. ' .
"Iforaeseekers from the Middle West
to the-anmlior of between 40 ands 50
ara expected to arrive in l'endicton on
Monday,.mornin, September 2i, J:ist
after the TtounuWT'p, to look over
tanning lands in Umatilla county. The
tour of the homrseekers is being miaite
by the state' chamber of comniei-ca in
cooperation with the I'nlonj .Pacific
raiirond. .Pilot Hncli, Echo, Slunfirld
and tho irrigation projects In the 'v'ht
end of th county have been .designat
ed -ns parts of thecounty in whith the
visitors are particularly Interested.
with contrasting bachs;,' beautifully finished. Real
imported French kid." - . . ' .
Wrist Length Kid ;. . $2.25 to 1.00
Strap Wl-ict Kid V... i .............. . $400 to S.00
12 Button Kid '.V. ; . . . . . . :'.' $6.50 to $8.50
rr?55v "'.fl '-'' rt -r' 'i t
lcCWmr Shoe: Store : I
' 10 Per Cent Reduction on All
' SCHOOL SHOES' v i '
. the reinainder of the week. '
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CIliUOPODY PAPOR IN CONNECTION
Arrive t if.in IJoston.
"Mr. and Mes. Cordon PAttcmm of
Bostofi arrived invl)idleton today t
be guests of (ol. Charles Wellington
Furlong during the Round-Pp. Thy
have ben on the road since July 15
driving overland In a specially design
ed truck. They secured a Fpecinl bojy
and placed it on a Dodge chassis, and j
here during the season. Equipment
weighing 21111O pounds Is prried on the
trunk! They came Ibis morning fr;ni
Walla Walla whie they were met yes
terday by their host. 'They are en
thusiastic boosters for (he Wet, their
visits in Montana proving particularly
deliga'ful. rot Furlong wil enler,
tain them at the" home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Vinson during their visit here.
Lya -; . ' fTT.-v f-
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Specially constructed to. withstand the blasting
n-r,rii f fi siTid winter, colors, rnees iuhkc
vv iiivtJ ja. aw -
' Dr. Fletcher, Foot Specialist
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BUTTER BROVM SHOE STORE -
649 Main Street
Expluiiicd Itotary I'riU'ipleM
A talk by Judge C. V. Phelps on
the principles of Polar-,- was the chief
featun,. of the weekly notary Lunch
eon Club today. The Judge gave con
siderable' history relating to the or
ganization antUthc international char
acter of its vvoik. The cardinal jrtn
ci)ih of '.the intcrtviLlonnl .nssncla jion
is Fervicc Above Keif. The speaker -x-plajm'd
that one of . the i.ics ,of
memlwrshlp is to Lack np tlio city's
.commercial organisation ' and-., other
w.orthy civic moves. It is not tlio func
tion of the club to take up matleis
that properly come under the direc
tion of njmt Commercial Cluli. An
eveuinw r, ie-tlng of tho Rotary clul,
for members and their wives is plan
ned for later V the fall at which time
Mr. 'and' Mr". rharle Cochra,, the
former a prominent liotarian, will be
present. 1 '
DRESS GOODS. 82.00 TO 85.00 v
: Tho you may not fee ready right now to purchase,
it will be .to your advantage to see the many new
weaves that'have just reached us. We feel confi
dent that you will be fascinated by their beauty ex-"
cellent qualities, as vrell as their unusual values.
French Serge, " Storm Serge, Epingle, Ottoman,
Suedctex, Tricotex, Tricotine, Poiret 'Tvill, Bolivia.,
Broadcloth, Duvetyne, Etc. "-".r '
7sit l YMi Pond.
"They're the healthiest lot of fish .1
ever, saw In. my life," is the way Mat
Ryckman, state superintendent of
hatcheries, spr:vm bisv enthulam
ovr the rondition of the SOO.000 min
nows being chred tr at the f.'sh,po :c
at Plnnham Hprlngs. A visit to the.
pond was made yesleniaT by I.ycK
man In company with K. V. Ave rill,
Mack Foster and Marlon Jock.' The
water has been In excellent condition
for the yoiinw fish tit's summer, it is
said and. these contftions. in n
nation with gnd f"ft ana eiiie.n
10 minnovs to o,.
,if them are. already three
NOTIONS AND DRESS MAKING
- SUPPLIES '
5c,' 10c ..Pack Rack
5c, ICc Bias Tape ....
. . . -10$ Peaid Buttons .
25c Snaps '. ...
10c. 23c : Hooki & Eyes
. .-. . . 5e Coat1 Hanger
.... 10c Shoe Trees ?,
' Needle, $0oks
BRIGHT BITS OF LIVLINESS IN
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Here are the newest riengng m inexpensive jeei-
ry that go so well with Milady's coftume. Hair or
x naments,. pins, bar letc. . . -50: to, $2.00
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"I .' 81.50 TO 815.00 , :
1 Individuality js the key note of the showing of our
new bags, which includes clever adaptations of the -best
European' design's, as well as the products of the '
masterful American creatorsT'." "' " ' 1 '
Hold nnckjp j Try-Outs
TiJ nreliniluary try-outs of
had horses and huckarocs have started
i;y tho Kouml-rp management.- Some
horses mere tried out yesUrday ait
ernooti under the direction of Director
, it Thomson, and again this aiter
nooD, both men and beuts had oppov
Uimties to show Iheir mettle. Hie
, .....,.! I.l,ln.nn fhren and
I trial wii ue
nni,a inmr -thounn a "'.'J
them will meanre about two inches...
Thciswill he transferred -to streams
ab.lA 'October 1. Distrihutuin wllUhr
,n th,y Itmatilla river, Meacham
or'eek. and then to thfi east-n
western parts of the county.
Hunting Season Opens
r September First N
four or four-unriy cei
from this timo forth., and the public
ha-i been extended a cordial invitation
to attentt by the noawd-Vp manage
ment. - " '
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ft Kewmm-in -
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Open Kniploymoilt Offici
the oTiice t trio rtoneer juiuvw
litent .Co. in Pendleton, nps pev ui:""
la 'a .room iffi W!di street at iuo rem
.If (lie StCeoipe Hotel building.'' .J
ppleeaie is in elmrge of the toea'l of-
uul ho decjar. 4 imn.
eiHi fill mueis for nearly any
kind of labor. Married men wno
to spend the winter or ranches aro
pariWuLrlr tleitif.il. ltight ". !
has orders lor laoor ni v " I p.
f, rent I owns in both Orewu ' and f . .
WnshiiiBton. Tne conu-auj
head iilflic at porunna. i" "
.1 to open otner ouie-es ui
1 SiHiUatv. . ' l.aooi-
this winter, Avple-
MiMir.s cash ox pig ckki:k.
KMZAr.KTHTOWX'.'lll., Sept. 7..
(A. P.)-l'ivo hundred armed miners
are cne.anipcd on the headwaters of
Hig Creek, IS miles north of here, tic-
' cording to word hjrdtight here. - All
telephone wires to the region were cut
lL.t night. . ' . -
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5 :r. Ci ft,! nrrpf-ieavrBV fl
is refined and re-refined
by a special process, mak
ing it a clean-burning
fuel for home use. Ask
your dealer. for PEARL
u Is piamu
3 & ?L
Cobb Produces Proof
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Irvln S. Cobb, humuiou author, always cjuinied ho got that way
from childhood. Now he shews proof a picture of tumsrlf- at the are of
18 months.- Cobb's mother duit it 'up in an attic trunk at tet home i-1
By Stanley i
?Let Us Show Xou Our Large Assortment of
.WINCHESTER GUNS AND AJDIUNITION
They Get the Game. J
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OH. MR. SCMOOL BOY AND GIRL!
IV have Just what you wnnt to start you of i'vM in ymir lies' '
year of school. A "happy start makes snroe We hai- a full lion i-f
tho best make of Pencils and Pens, ntng'ng In pnee from MU to Jifi.""
Kach peuc! or pen is puaraat-ed to tn p'Mf. -t K.-il'sfuet. on. V.'e
are cpiippM to reiialr all nrit Pens an ! pencils 1 Hl'll.
We also ha nn Ink that does not ciox
"out of your clothes should you hap'ovn to sp'li
when it is put on papw It be ' H rtrrTm fit,.'
eiadicatorlo remove if "Mini Vi"r. ,'Z .
Pome in and see us, 'e.are C'fU'i'iUvv a ipe
our Pens and PeiK'ils. ! ; ' 1 ' "
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aril n'll w.-o-h
on l !uin. pi '1
di'fv a'y I o
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IfansGom's Jewelry Store
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