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DAILY EAST 03EG0NIAH, PESDLETON, OSSGON, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1021.
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, CALENDAR OP EVENTS
September 10-24 -North
drain and Hay Show.
Beptembar 13, lit, S4 Annual
Pandlaton Round-Up. '
. September 22, 23, 24. Meet-
InK of Executive Committee Ore-'
(Ton Irrigation Congress. , , .
September 22. Arrival Bpe-J
clnl car of Tacoma business men."
Sept. 23,. 24. Arrival Journal
Round-Up spetyal. . , ..,
'Oct. 4.--Ente4Hinmbnt Uma-
tllla County Druggists' Assocla
lion at dinner ,hy Pilot Roclr
Commercial Association. .
October 1-p Seventh Annual
Dairy and Hog Show, at Her-
minion. : , .
' or1 19-4n seven day. No hunter will De
jljeimittod to. kill more than two hens
1 during the open Hanson. . ,
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i Opwuu-a i ioii. , V ' ,. i . ";
Mr Ferdinand Brcdlng in a pan
strata dome of his marvelous science
which ho pob8snb with the Ivories in
a fancy shot exhibition.' The ' cham
pion him successfully defended his.il
lle far the past eight, yearn and 1b also
an excellent billiard player.'
er)t4ln' Ht. Anthony.' hoHpltal wbJro
Mhe wM pperatediion this morning. p'jiH-d In olty K'aurt. ' "' '
: . ',' i,1. ' ....'' ... V j .Judge Thomas FlU GerAld In tfollce
In Went . PimII i ' ,t - - .'court this morning fined John Gordon
west end of the 'county where they
disponed of stook in the i North west
Grain and Hy Show, They have teen
worklrigfln the county several days. ; ,
Wednesday ''IVndieton Night ,
' Wednesday night of next week has
been designate . an "Pendleton Night
at. Ifiippy Canyon. The performance
on. the night preceding the opening of
the .Round-Up has for year been dedi
cated tt local audiences and Fnndle
ton people are being urged to buy their
ticket now for the first night's show.
Clutmpiion to Play. V
Charles Mitchell, Paclfio, coast
billiard cliamplbn, will meet some lo-
warden. Thp season opens Punday. cal jplayer this evening In a. ' match
Octoher-2 and closes Sunday, October game at the Bungalow parlors. Mr.
8. Thn HmlJ Is five birds In nn day Mitchell after the game, will demon-
Lowcll Rogers, D.: It. Nelson and 1 1( on a charge of driving a. ear wlthM
no tail light, t Emma Jones,, colored,
Revff. I., piark spent the day )n the
Morrow To Have Plicasant Reason i
'" N'otlce. that Morrow county win have
an open season on China pheasants
this year of the same length and un
der the same conditions that are to
prevail 1 Umatilla' county. Is the in
formation! which ha been received;,
here by W. IT. Albee 'deputy game
found guilty of Immoral acts ' and
practices, received a sentence of $!8 or
25 days in jail. She is in the woman's
section of the Jail.
Aubrey Graham, Dairyman.
Running a modern" dairy, at Camae,
Wash., Is the business of Aubrey Gra
bam, former Pendleton man, who is
here for the funeral of his father. His
place is. modernly equipped with milk
ing machines, and ho delivers inilk
and cream to Portlani In '.wo tfiii:t;;i.
He was in the nav' .'luring t'ie war
and after the close of the war, he was
In the merchant marine for a while.
He will return,' to Camas tomorrow.'
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We carry a very fine jiiilk dnd
lieavy v hipping cream. Tresh
and clean. 7 - ' ? ? -:
Phone for a trial hoi tie. .
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Pendleton Cash Market, Inc
' ' 7'30i E. Court Sfrect . 7.-' ;
Pboaet 101 Private Exchange Connect 7
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Petitions of residents for lamps In
the residential jectionstot the city on
street intersections -were presented
last night at council meeting. This
jneed Is particularly keen on , Turuer
.strest, residents there declared when
ft hey appeared to remonstrate against
the closing of Hone street.. That, the
city must show no discrimination In
this matter of 'granting lights was the
opin)on Expressed "by MayorHartman
wnen me question 01 granting ugnis.
was asked. ''
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 73
, Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
PESDLETQN'S LKAOIXQ 1VRB
The Art Department
IS ALWAYS AN INTERESTING SECTION. IT IS MORE SO NOW AS THE NEW THINGS WE'RE OFFERING
WILL COMMAND YOUR ATTENTION. COME IN AND SEE THE NEW THINGS.
LINENS, 50c to $3.00
Linens for fancy work, lunch cloths, etc., in white find
natural shade. , "We offer nothinir but the best cf ouality.
A. P. Warner Dies.
Artemus Powers Warner, aged 74,
died this morning. He was born In
Vermont 'March 18, 1847. He came to
Oregon tn 1885 and has been engaged
in stock raising at Pilot Rock. He is
survived by his widow and the follow-
ng children: Edward Warner Rob
ert Warner and Miss Hazef Warner, of
Pilot Hock; Mrs Edna Mentzer and
Archie Warner, of Pendleton, and Mrs.
liosie 'May of Colorado. K. G. War
ner is a nephew, and others who sur
vive Include a sister and two brothers.
Funeritl services will be held at Pilot
Rock on Saturday at 1:80 p. m. ;
.; ' OH, MR. SCHOOL BOY AND GIRL!
: W have Just what 5"cnt want to start you off right in syour new '
, year of school. . A happy start makes success. We have a full line of
the best make of Pencils and Pens, ranging In price from BOc to $12.00
' . Each pencil or pen la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. We
- are equipped to repair all OLTl.Pens and Pencils FR'toB. ",
. x- We also hove an Ink that iooi not clog- your pen and will wash .,
out of your ot tithes should you happen to spill some on them. BUT
when It Is put oh paper It becomes permanent. We defy any Ink
eradtcator to remove It from paper.
Come in arft'see us. We are ofring a special price to users ,of
our Pens and Pencils. i .
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Hunting ''Season Opens
September. First -J
Let Us Show You Our Large Assortment of
WINCHESTER GUg AND AMMUNITION
7'. Tlicy Get th Game. V
Hunters Are Back.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Gordon Patterson
and Col. C. W. Furlong returned yes
terday evening from the John Day
country where they spent several days
a? the guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Robert
Bond. They. also. spent some tvjne
hunlinn, 'and were caught in the
snow, one night, the ' weather was
cold, they report, the thermometer
registering .10 degrees above zero.
They left this morning for Walla Wal
la to attend the Frontier'ttoys Show.
William D. Brown of Boston is ex
pected to arrive Sunday to be the
guest of Colonel Furlong during the
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Will Begin Games. ,
The girls interclass basketball
games will begin at the. Pendleton
high school In a. week or two-, says
Miss Eva Hansen, athletic Instructor
for the grade children, and high
school girls of Pendleton: The grade
school games will begin at the time
also. Miss Hansen says prospects for
a good high school team are excel
lent. Of last year's players, Jdtie
Cheney, forward, irva Dale, side cen
ter and Marie Fletcher, guard, are in
high school this year. Other good
material, used as substitute players
last yer are May Fan Vurpillat, cen
ter, Katherlne McNary, Ina Bullock,
Waiva Taylor, and Ruth Mlnnls. as
well as some good freshman' materials
Try Horses at Night. , :
The arena at Happy . Canyon was
aglow last night; and -an audience en
joyed Itself while a number of horses
were ridden in tryouts held in' prepar
ation for the night show. The trials
were held to enable horses, and men
to get accustomed tq the .conditions
that exist when the riding is done in
artificial Jight H. E. Lounsberry,
general freight agent of. the Union Pa
cific, was an Interested spectator of
the "tryouts. Shortly after 9 o'clock
a fire broke out under the bleachers.
but a quick run by the fire depart
ment prevented any damage. The
force employed at the Happy Canyon
was busily engaged today In raklnV
out all dry' grass and rubbish. The
ground will be thoroughly soaked with
water to prevent a recurrence of the
danger. - . , . ,
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72-inch LINEN SHEETING $3.50, $4.00
The best pf quality fine 72 inches wide, of heavy'
weight, suitable for Lunch Cloths,,Table Cloths and Bed
Spreads. -. ' , " - ,
Crochet Thread, 15c
Allyc61oyv and sizes
Percale, 15c, 30c
All colors in sizes, 3 and 5
$5.00 to $13.50
' Good color combinations ; . ' ' ,
TAPESTRY SCARFS ,
Very rich and attrac-
Beautiful in design and colors
tive. All prices.
Are the possibilities offered through the artistic ap
nlipntinn of our Cretonne. ' "
Bright, cheerful colorings for bed rooms,, striking de-
Biona fnr Run Dorcnes. ana unnoistery purposes, wun
oiiipt restful tones for dining rooms, living rooms, etc.
T?e sore to look our assortment oyer before you buy.
Yard ....r-:.... - -i- 25c to $2.50
- 7 t7 CURf AIN MADRAS
v - v' $1.25 to $3.50 yard
A most beautiful curtain material for any room in the
house." The colors and designs are different and distinc
tive, 36 tq 50 inches wide. We can offer many ways to.
use our Curtain Madras. '.
VELOUR DRAPERY, $4,50 yard
50 inches wide arid of finest quality, this high grade
Velour Drapery, for so many uses around the home. ,
Table, Runners, Side Drapes, Upholstery, etc. Offered
in shades of blue, mulberry and rose. , , -
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7 . Comes in blue and rose 50 inthes wide and -priced
'right. You will like the effect used as a side drape.
Come in and see. them. K .
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t CHINTZ, 40 and 50c yard
High grade quality chintz offered in a wide variety of
patterns and colorings for curtains, covering window box
: es, etc., 36 in. wide.' , ' - ,-. j
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And Marquesette, in plain and figured, of white,
cream. and ecru : .........28c to $1.50
. YARN, 10c Skein
For fancy work ; all colors.
- OPEN STOCK EMBROIDERY -
Goods. They are made up. All you have to do is to
embroider the designs ....:...;...35c to $3.50
YARNS, 25c to 50c
Yarns of all kinds. Now is the time you
sweater or maybe the little one does. Come
make your, selection now.Vl oz. and 2 oz. balls.
SILKOLINE, 15c, 25c
, Beautiful colorings and patterns. You can use silko
liffe for many purposes. '
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, SOFA PILLOW TOPS, 50c to $1.00
Offered in many attractive designs to be embroidered.
You can't have too. many Sofa Pillows. Select two or
three now to make up. ' - t
A. B. Jlarinu IMes. ; ' '
'A. B. Hanna, Civil War veteran who
seb'ed as a captain V udder General
Sherman, died last ' evening at his
home near Meaoham after a year's Ill
ness. He was born in .Richland coun
ty, Ohio,' January 46. 1837., He was
married to Miss Sophronia Fatincfe,
who died a 'short time after the mar
riage. In-1 ITS Mr. Hanna married
Miss Nancy Alice Hull, who survives
him, as do four children, Mrs. Hattie
Carney, of McKay, Alexander Hanna
of Meacham, James R. Hanna of Pen
dleton, and Charles E. Hanna of
Meacham! , He ls.BUrvived by several-
grandchildren also. Captain. Hanna.
with his family, came to Oregon from
Iowa In 1887, making the trip by wa
gon. His death occurred Just a week
after that of his daughter, Mrs.- Rrty
Case. Funeral services will be.- held
from the 'Folsom chapel tomorrdw at
2:S0 p. m. . ' ' :
rd'spring from The GallaUn Valler ' " ,",l,l,H,,,l",H,,,,"nl" """ lIIHIimimilllllllHJIIIIIIlll!lllllilin
black and gold banners.
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Eight hunded bales of hay are .be
ing put in place today to form the
ends and sides of the tent which will
bouse the Northwest Grain and Hay
Show; to open here Monday and to
continue during Round-Up week.
The. tent, which will have a top c
will be decorated with 250
and In bunt
ing of gold and green, symbolic of the
yellow grain and green hay. . The
premium ribbons which arrived today
are most effective and are of the same
type usef in the Pacific International
Show. The lettering is in gold, and
the colors are first, blue; second, red;
third, white; pink, fourth; yellow,
fifth; green, sixth; orange, seventh;
brown, eighth; buff, ninth; and laven-"
der, tenth. The coveted sweepstakes
ribbons, for the best baled hay, best-
wheat, best barley, best rye, etc., are
purple. '., , y
Entries continue to arrive each day. j
Today there "came from Hardin, Mon- I
tana; an entry of Montana No. 36, a
Kharkov selection, anr a Marquis ex
Other exhibits which will be shown
include exhibits of 40 Fold, oats, bar
ley and Dicklow club from Wallowa
county; three entries from Condon;
Montaiu. No. 36, Marquis and White
, Symrna from Coiubus; Jenkins Club
(from Moscow, Idaho; Kharkov and
Montana No. 36 from Great.Falls; and
Rinck wheat, a new variety, from
The Wasco county entrles'and those
who grew them will be Herbert Eg
bert and Jack Kelly, Turkey red;
Charles Ulrlch, Red Winter; A. A.
Bonney, T. A.. Sammls, Herbert Eg
bert, Common White; W. Nickerson.
Hybrid 128;" Arthur Sharp, Hybrid
128; Dave , Strachan ond George
North, Baart; Cart Galligan, White
Barley and Park Bolton, Blue Barley.
ASK FOR and GET
for Infanta and Invalids
Avoid Imitations and Substitutes '
The coal that meets your requirements.' See that you
get the genuine for storage. s
Cleanest, Hottest and Most Economical
I B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It! I
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
A laiy no-account feeling ,withJS
yawning and sleepiness in the dny : S3
time Is caused by a. torpid liver andlgjg
disordered bowels. ' Herbije isv' a
splcftdid rertted? f or'such ailments. It
cleanses the system and restores vim i
and activity. Price, 60c. .Sold by The i g
Pendleton Drug Co. jg
Owners of homes and blooded stock 3
are large .users of Liquid Boroione. 3
It hels wounds, festering sores, bnrb-'
ed wire cuts by a mild t power that
leaves no disfiguring soars. Price 30c,
60o and 11.20. Sold by The Fendle
lon Drug Chi' "
For pkin eruptions, rash, chafed
skid, prickly heat,; chlgger bites and
stings, of pohionoua Insects, Ballard's
SnoW IJnimentls an effective applica
tion. It heals' quickly. Threa sixus,
30c, 0c and 11.40 per bottle., Cold by
Th Pendltton Drug Co, "
Joint Accounts for
Husband and Wife
MAY BE DRAWN AGAINST BY EITHER
' ' This convenient and practical method of using
the family income is increasingly popular and when
.once tried is usually followed afterward.
Not a few misunderstandings between husband
and wife have their origin in disputes over money.
By making the common funds accessible to either
and making both responsible for their economical
use, there is not likely to be any trouble from this
Ppen a joint checking-account in this bank and
ycur matrimonial ship will have double strength,
speed and saTety.
The Inland Empire Bank
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