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Unquestionably the Greatest Money Making Store for. You
Owing to our heavy Holiday trade our stock is nearly exahusted in some lines and we still urge you not to wait 'til the
last minute to make your selections as you may be disappointed, surely the people have appreciated the Golden Rule
values as it has been proven by the throngs of crowds that come to this store.
Men's Silk four-in-hand
Ties . . 25c
Men's Silk four-in-hand
Ties -. , 45c
Men's Dress Shirts 49c
Men's Coat Sweaters 49c
Moil's Silk Sox 25
Men's Boston Garters 18
Men's Silk Handkerchief 25
Men's Wool Sox, 2 pair 25
Men's Caps 25
Ladies fur top Slippers 98c
Ladies Felt Slippers 49c
Children's fur top Slippers
Men's Felt Slippers 98c
Men's Silk lined Gloves
Men's Fur Gloves, gauntletts $1.25
Ladies' and Men's Sweateretts 25
Indian Hobos v 33.50
Ladies Outing Skirts 49c
Ladies Knit Skirts 98 c
Ladies Silk Head Scarfs
Ladies Sweaters $ 1 .98
Child's Sweaters . 49 C
Ladies' Outing Gowns 79
Baby llobes 49
Ladies' Robespierre Collars 25
68 in. All Linen Damask 49
72 in. All Linen Dama.sk 98
72 in. All Linen Damask S1.49
Linen Towels 25 C, 49 C,
64x80 Double Blanket 98c
Bed Spread, long size,
scalloped edge, cut
corners . . $1.69
Our Toy Department has been the talk of Pendleton. Every child can have a present this Christmas for prices are in
reach of all. Toys of all kinds, biggest assortment of Dolls ever shown in Pendleton. Priced from I c to $3.98.
We know you will appreciate these advantages without further remarks on our part.
"SStfT The GOLDEN RULE STORE11"
EAT, SLEEP AND WORK.
these three are man's life. The greatest of these,
Work, brought about the manufacture of overalls,
and the demand for better overalls, brought about
the manufacture of "DAYS BIG . FIVE," the
overall without a rival. TRY TIIEM.
FIRST WOMAN MAYOR
ELECTED IN OREGON
I. A. lorie Lumber So.
Modern Planing Mill and
Lumber Yard in Connection
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Wo Manufacture to Your Order
Up-to-date Office Furniture.
Every kind Store Fixture.
Moth-proof Cedar Chest.
Interior Paneling, any design.
Show Cases and Cabinets,
built-in Furniture for Homes.
Sash and Doors of all kinds.
Any wood, style or finish that
Only the best of material and workmanship goes into all or
ders we fill. Every detail of finish receives our closest atten
tion. Wo give you QUALITY and assure SATISFACTION.
We invite an opportunity to
figure with you.
PHONE MAIH 7.
"Warrenton, Ore.', Dec. 20. Miss
Clara C. Munson beat J. W. Detrich
I tor the mayoralty of Warrenton In the
city election,- and accordingly has the
distinction of being the state's first
woman mayor. Miss Munson-was on
the Citizens' ticket; Mr. Deltrich on
the Independent. The- entire Citi
zens' ticket was chosen. It takes of.
flee January 2 The Warrenton ad
ministrative body will then be com
posed of: Mayor, Clara C. Munson;
councilmen, George W. Warren, H. J.
Wood, James F. Kindred. The total
D U I G K L i VANISH
A Harmless Remedy, Made
from Garden Sage, Restores
Color to Gray Hair,
vote was 63. Miss Munson's plurality
The new mayor Is a St. Helen's hall
graduate, Portland, and a prominent
DKY BY A BIG VOTE
Bond Issue to Complete Power Plant
Defeated by 58 Votes.
Ashland, Or., Dec. 20. Ashland re
mains dry by a vote of 1356 to 405 at
the election, in which 60 per cent of
the votes were cast by women. O. H.
Johnson was elected mayor by a ma
jority of 627 over E. D. Brlggs.
A bond issue of $25,000 to complete
the city power plant was defeated by
58 votes, but a $6000 issue for an au
tomobile fire truck carried.
Fop Salo Cheap.
Good nine room house, modern,
with stone foundation and seven lots,
Will sell cheap If taken by January
located near St. Joseph's academy.
1st. For particulars call At this office.
D. J. Scott. John Peterson, Albert
Peterson, Captain Stevens and Cap
tain McPherson. They carried out
the mandate of their friend. When
they came- under th shadow of Point
Bonlta they assembled In the prow
of the pitching boat and with heads
unepverfd kpt their pledge to their
dead friend. The waves washed over
the launch and all kept balling the
boat to keep afloat' They ftank the
urn into the sea. The seven were ex
hausted when they reached port.
The Board of Underwriters of the
Pacific hereby offer a reward of five
hundred dollars for the detection,
conviction and punishment within six
months from date hereof of the per
son who set fire to the premises of D.
G. Smith, located about seventy miles
from Pendleton In Grant county.
Wanted at Once.
The East Oregonlan will buy your
old rags. Must be large and clean.
Bring or send them to this office at
your earliest convenience.
F1M DYXAMTTK III1
IX LOS AXGELES 1UVEU
A feelinff of sadness accompanies the
discovery of the first pcray hairs which
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
of advancing ago. Gray hair, however
handsome it may be, makes a person
look old. Wo all know the advantages
of beinj young. Aside from the good
.upression a youthful appearance makes
on others, simply knowing that you are
"looking fit" gives one courage to
undertake and accomplish things. So
whv Buffer the handicap of looking old
on account of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a few days' time T
Most people know that common gar
den sage acts aa a color restorer and
scalp tonic as well. Our grandmothers
used a "Sage Tea" for keeping their
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nair uarK, soil ana luxuriant, in
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation ot isage,
combined with Sulphur and other valua
ble remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin, weak hair that is split at the
ends or constantly coming out A few
applications of this valuable remedy
will bnng back the color, and in a short
time it will remove every trace of dan
druff and greatly improve the growth
and appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and notice the difference
in your hair alter a few Cays treat
ment All druggists sell it, under guar
antee that the money will be refunded if
the remedy is not exactly as represented.
tNr Sale Bjr Pendleton lira" Co.
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 20. Three
hundred and sixty nine sticks of 60
per cent dynamite found burled In
the bed of the Los Angeles river are
In the care of the police while detec
tives are making a thorough investi
gation. The explosive was found by
small boys. It was burled in the sand
In a dry, rocky declivity in the river
PKT IU U.DOO ATTACKS
WOMAN W1IEX 11K SEES
HEIl KILLING CHICKEN
Tears Her Ijpg From Ankle to Tldgh
and I.s IKUigerouiily Injured.
Med ford. Ore., Dec. 20. Mrs. J. W.
Bonhar, wife of a rancher near Med-
ford, was dangerously Injured by her
pet bulldog. The dog went mad when
it saw Mrs. Bonhar killing a chicken
and fastened its teeth In the woman's
leg. Before help could arrive Mrs.
Bonhar was badly lacerated from an
kle to thigh. A number of neighbors
are searching the woods for the dog.
Let Uie Auto xtucb: Haul It.
Our specialty is quick work. Phon
Main 339 for furniture and piano mov
ing short trips In the city or transfer
ring to the country. Wa haul any
thing. Penland Bros,
"BIjACK nAVD" FORCES
VIOMXIST INTO CAGE
Copenhagen. The "Black Hand"
sent M. Mltnlzky, the celebrated Rus
sian violinist, a letter last week
threatening him with death if he did
Freeh and Complete
THE DRFG STORE TILVT
SERVES YOU BEST.
not forward $250.
M. Mitnitzky is so terror stricken
that he has armed himself with two
Browning pistols and only appears
on the platform In a solid Iron and
One way to hurt a woman's feel
ings is to tell her that she has none.
WAVES POUND REQUIEM AS
SAIIARS OAST ASHES OK
COMRADE INTO THE SEA
You won't be bothered by the
blues if you keep your liver active,
your bowels regular, and your
stomach in good tone by timely
use of the time-tested, beneficent,
and always effective family remedy
Is boxM 10c, 2 Be.
San Francisco. Dec. 20. With the
seas pounding a requiem on the bar,
seven old cronies of Peter Johnson
carried out their mate's last wishes
and gave his ashes to the gale. They
risked their lives to do It, for the lit
tle launch. Monk, carrying the cor
tege In oilskins, one of whom clasped
an urn. had to churn Us way through
an onslaught of angry swells.
It was a sea Into which larger
craft dared not venture, and time and
again It seemed only a marvel that
brought the Monk out of the hollow
of the waves. It was a stiff fight to
the "potato patch," where the ashes
were scattered, and a harder return
Peter Johnson ran a waterfront
place where seafaring men met and
drank and told Bea tales.
"Boys, I'm going out soon." he
said a few weeks ago, "and I want you
to take my ashes out to sea and scat
ter them over the bar."
"We'll do It," said the seven and
pledged with a drink.
Johnson died Saturday. The bar
had been rough for 4$ hours when
Tom Blight took the urn aboard the
Monk. The others wore Fred Wilson,
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L L Sclraefer
Jeweler and Silversmith
Toilet and Manicure Sets
726 Main Street
Phone Red 3011