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Do you realize that there are only
Eighteen more shopping days
left now till Christmas?
That's a very short time for you to prepare for t"he greatest Christmas in your life.
Ft will pay you to come to Fcndleton's greatest department store to do your shopping.
Here's where you'll find the greatest stocks, the best service, the newest styles, "'the
best values. You'll save time and money by shopping here. y !?
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U. S. HAD DOUBLE
VIEW ON FREEDOM
Froblem of Financial Ad
vantage vs. Victory.
11017 MRS. BOYD
DONT FAIL TO VISIT OUR ART
It is not too late to make up some
of the extremely pretty and useful
gifts that this department is show
ing. Much time and money has
been spent here to bring together
the very latest novelties in art
needlework. . , ........
T A IVUL A V 1111. Ill 1 V X V 1
an expert art teacher in charge
W who will assist anyone absolutely
free. Here are some of tbe things
m tyou will like::'"- ".X.'.-.v
m COLONIAL DRAPERY FABRICS
For Making Christmas Gifts.
' There are innumerable articles of house
Pv" . hold utility which may be easily made from
the various materials comprising the colo
i nial drapery fabrics line and which serve a
two-fold purpose utility and decoration.
Book Racks, Service trays, laundry bags,
fancy work bags, lamp shades, waste paper
ViacVote nillnw rnvers wnvk hntr5 wViiilr
f broom holders, etc.' Beautiful patterns to
choose from at yard uc to 1:0
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T, For embroidering, . newest novelties, ma
terial finest possible. Be sure to see them.
These same things in finished work with the
added cost of the labor only. .''
Dresser Scarfs 35c to S1.50
Pin Cushions 25c to 75c
Pillow Cases, pair $1.50
Center Pieces, white and brown linen 75c
to $2.75. . i
Night Dresses $1.50 to $2.75
Combination Suits $1.10 to $1.50
Children's Dresses, infants' to 10 yrs. $1.10
tO $1.75., . " , , a
Guest Towels of Huck Linen, each. .... 50c
Bath Towels 75c to $1.00
A WAR TERM FOR SIIELLS THAT DONT EX
PLODE; A PEACE TERM FOR CLOTHES THAT
ARE NOT AS GOOD AS YOU EXPECT. "
You don't want "duds;" you needn't
have them. Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are made of all-wool fabrics and
made right We guarantee that they'll
do everything ypu think they ought to
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Suits $20 to $75.
Overcoats $15 to $100
Laundry Bags ........... 75c to $1.23
Combing Jackets, each '65c to $1.00
Sofa Pillows 50c to 95c
Table Runners, brown linen. .$1.00 to $1.50
She Would be Sure to Like , .
JAPANESE LUNCH CLOTHS
in .sizes 45x45, GOxGO, 72x72, hemstitched
edge, w-hite and blue grounds, with' cont
rasting blue and white designs, prices $1.50
$2.15 and $3.50. ! J
Napkins to match, dogerr 75c to 90c .
TAPESTRY AND PERSIAN VELOUR
v TABLE RUNNERS :
- A very acceptable gift, rare and excepti-i
onal patterns . . . ? $3.00 to $6.00
Couch Covers; made of "pretty 'striped
and figured materials,. . . y . .,.$5.50 o $7.50
1 DONT BE MISLED AS TO REDUC- f
I ! TION OF PRICES ' 1
Buy what, you need" NOW. Some
people haVie the iclea that merchandise
will, decline in price immediately. They
11 Y J. W. T. MA SOX,
(United i'reKS Staff CorrDvponrlvnt.)
NKW YORK,, Nov. 3U. FrAnkneHii
bi'lUwr'ent powers that have seaports.
will le difficult to secure because
every nation with a powerful navy has
oiiq et of interests o serve when
belligerent, and another when neutral.
The widest moaning of "freedom of the
seas" is that ail blockade shall be ab
olished so that neutruls shall nut be
hold iu any way from, trading with
beTigx'rent pmvera that have seuportx.
If this principle had been enforced
during the pieuent war, America and
the allies could, not have held Git
many from jettlnR whatever food nup-
j?w plies slie desired from south America
or any other neutral by direct trade-.
v A less Inclusive meaning- is that while
' the blockade of a belligerent' is per
missible, no Interference shall be al
lowed with t he ocean commerce of
any country bordering on the belliK
erent nation. With -this rule effec
tive, America and the allies could mt
Imve prevented Hcandinavla from act
ing as Germany's it cent, Importing for
Germany's use whatever foodstuffs
for the:Teulons theycould.
, AinTc Had VHw, '
Ahtrrica had the untrue experience
of hsiviilff been neutral and belligerent
in the present war. consid'
iew points. As a neutral,
lates opposed any interference
the desires of American traders to sell
products to Holland and Scntixttnavia.
but, inmiediutely, after America be
came belligerent, public "opinion would
not have . permitted its Bovernment
recognizing freedom of the teas to the
end that a neutral world could have
ftd Germany through Dutch anil Scan
dinavian ports. Had this been done
the war would not now he determined
but would have been -prolonged to'the
Kreat destruction of America's youns
manhood and financial strength. It
war is abolIhecl. freedom of the. seas
will come automatically. The ultimate (
question is whether the financial ad
vantage during a period while neu-
Iral out weitfh the possible defetit when
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Canton, Ohio.-1'I u(r?rfL'r?!"lrf
female trouble,which caused mo mucn
that I would have
to go through an
operation befura X
could got woll.
" My mother, who
had bei-n helped by
pound, advtaed m
W try it before tub- :
mittuig to an opera
tion. It relieved me
frorri my troubli
so I can do my house work without any
dilliculty. I advise any woman who ia.
afliicted with female. troubles to-Kv
l ydia E. Piskham'a- Vegetable Com
pound a trial and it will do aa itiiKh fur
them Mrs. Maris hoto, 141 Bib
St., N. E., Canton, Ohio.
Somtitimea there ar aerioua conm
tiona wher a hospital operation is the
only alternativet but on the other hand
so many women have been eured by this
famous root and herb remedy, I.vuia r..
I'inkham'i Vegetable Compound, aft r
doctors haveaaid that an operation was
ceceusary every woman who wnU
to avoid an ofiurution should give it a
fair trial bt-fora gubmittiug to ouch a
trvinfr ordinal. , . ..
if complicaUona exist, write to Lydi
E. Pinkhamfcleiiicine Co., I.ynn, Mass.,
for advke. The r.-sult of many year
experience is at your iwrvica.
atrree that while the Oermaiia urc wry
stern the Americans wirro troalrd
fairly well. They Bald the Yunkei-s,
were treuteil better tha other prlcJ '
oner.1, tho Boehes evidently wlhln .
io gain their fiivor.' hoplnn Anurlra
derlnu both '"uhl ht,f them "'tr """"'' A l
th. I'uitl.i "'" instances of brutality tmv
erenee h "rd fl led ' prisoners, ,to which lhr)
were eyewitness. 1
pehdietoh' u has
new gear for fords
are -wrong; on tne . coniraiy gooas nave 5' t ;
not' yet reached tjieh . highest liirice. 5
Mernanaise aireaay Dougnc ior spring
and,n many cases already shipped,
ccfst merchants rnttch more than any f
goods, yet sold at retail. They'll cost
YOU MORE. You'll positively save by
buying now. Don't wait for lower pri-
ces fo you'll positively be disappoint-
ed. 'if it's in our ad it's true.
Charles Stanton, Pendleton man. Is
in the cast arrutiKln for the manufac
ture of an automobile attachment pat
cntrd by him over a year aK". It la
un cxtru transnilsslon near fur Ford
vurs. It an Intermediate an(
flxtra 1ah npeod.i iukinjr fmir sn-ell
I ' inHtead rf the two speeds ae-the cars
HOUSEHOLD J,!:... jj:fJt(k',v.:f;u,.1top..iuricd,
t---1 ; , V,,', ,V, ; .'. I-'""', a 1 Heanreicuaril Hlreet,
IISXl,J.4L?b'IXtH: ll't.S-, .1 neu Men. slid- It Is now brtiuifht out
;,, Drop IXMitliliiitH. K,ir, a way u8 to nlmw the mm.
liroH) doughnuts Two cups flour, hll'ty i.f tho practical worklnR of the !
two teaioouul.akliig jwwdcr: on I nieehanlnni. Jc- l a very simple nr- -half
teaspoon hit salt; oue-haltst-up t ! tatmsement of oetirs that Jookti eood
Women's Coats $29.50
We have chosen fifty coats from our stock and put them
on sale at the above price. Whether you ned a coat now,
or six months from now, you really shouldn't miss this ex
traordinary offer. Some are plain tailored, others have
large warm fur or plush collars. The styles are new and
They are fashioned from warm, serviceable cloths. Wool
velour, melton and other heavy woolens in the staple,
navy and black and the popular fall and winter colors.
YOUR CHOICE ONLY $29.50.
First come first served, and first choice is always best,
so come early before some one else has taken the one that
would have been your choice. - '
5 NOTICE jj
f) Beginning Tuesday, .tomorrpvf.raprn-, . jj
A ing this store will open mornings at g
Jj 7:30 o'clock. p
PEVUtETONJi GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
HERr! IT PAYS TO THA OE f; ll.
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In Our Sanitaiy Basement.
Cleanliness ' ; Economy Service
Phone 13. All other depts. phone 22.
Buttev for Cooking, 2 lbs. $1.00
Jones Pure (Pork Sausage, lb. . ..' 65c
KipperedSalmon, fresh every week, lb. 40c
Oleomargarine, 1 and 2 lb., bricks 45c, 85c
Peanut Butter, 1 lb., 2 lb., and 3 lb. cans, 40c,
90c and $1.75.
Dill Pickles, Heinz, quart 30c
Artichoke Hearts, can, each 85c
Apples, cooking, box $1.00
Honey, White Cakes, 3 for $1.00
Coffee, T. P. W., best on earth 35c, 40c
Visit the Pure Food Basement for Xmas
gifts, 'dishes, Flower and Fruit Baskets,
Nut Sets, Hotpoint appliances. -
sugar; one-h4lf clip milk; one eR. -Sift;
toKelber flbilr. I.nklim jxuvdef,
si-par -and salri lil x Into hot fut. This
ma!cc two dobn drop ilougtuimn.
I , lioiDlate Iotiito Cnke.
) Chocolatv ' PliCafo : Cake Ono
JfnurtU cui butter or other fal: one
;halr cup ner; three-fourtliB ctip dry
; rieed potato; one eff; one-fourth cup
'rnilk: one-fourth teusionful salt; orib
wfjuure orfocftlate melted or united;
three teaspoonfuls bikin powder;
; three-fourths tup white flour.
; Cream the butter, add ' the uitar
gradually, then the well benten era.
potato. Heat Vrell. . Sift
d bakliiK1 powder then
add to the flrtrt mtxtura with tiffl-!
cit;ut milk to nmke a oake doumh.
likke about 35 minutes in a moderate
,:ty auto meclturiici who have exam
ined; It. t - v '
M. Ktanton- exjtct to armnKo for
1 hnVrutnufmutire of 'tho new nttarh- '
ment in t'lur-irinatl where he hu been'
iiefiotiatJiiK. Ite thlnkH hu will le abtn
to put Ifr'on th m;iilit at nnl to
Teeedk. w.tiU'h.iK mueh. U-tm .tluiil ,
any oilier imaehment oC UHe lA.ri-. '
ter now known
Z ' gradually, the
y j and warm pf
1 flour, sa't an
BOCHE MOTOR TRUCKS
ARRIVE AT FRONTIER
PARIS, Nov. SO. Two hiindri-d nnd
fifty Ann-ricin suldicrs and offiren.
i't-!eseit front nennnn prison r:iniN
M xlliic y Inw. Inrc- due to nrrlvo. One fifth of the
.Mapelhie fl drops One pound of 'motor trucks of ijerttmny r.-.iilro.l i
f:i; one pint white Bynip: linn tea- nu-llvixr tho ullii-K nnilor arnilstko
oi'ooniui mupenne; one U'Ufpooniui tt-lins huvo arrivtd at the frontier.
vim-sur ana nuts.
,...T1 ftloi-las V'room v5,i'-,.'.-:'i-
- Sdimtl ( liildretl'x Soiiveniri lYff.
MAKE TIMS A PlIACTICAIi CHltlSTMAS
And you can t do it better thun In the bargain .Haaement.
.Mori; xood. w'r ii:ruble. practical irrsr fur everybody thun
you can find anywhere ,ln all J'endleton and at a, much
lower price. .''
;IVK I'KFF.I.V TIIKSK TltAtTICAl, I'KK.SKNT.S.
MUX'S VltM WKAIt Winter Stills ami tn. Dress
Slurs, lui-e or button: shirts. Hats and Mackinaw.
WOMW'S.WKUl SUIIfli Suits t'oats end UrD-W's;
hilk klrtK ami Mlk WaM": Wiml Skirts, Fur and Shoos.
And a thousand of the t-maller thlnas that all no to
make some man's or woman's f'hrlntmas happy.
HII.Ilti:"S A KAII soils, Drcsscx mid Viats: Aal-ts
and Corns fur ihv bla alrls: Shoes and sim-klnc for all.
M SY TIIF..S Fdlt Till! 1IOFSK Tulrte lainaks.
Lni-c f urtalns anl KiTims; tl -etoniK'n and a lumilrnl olh.-r
Uod tblims for III" liotne. -
Look over Very Rood lr
iou are lool;i:isr for are h'irc.
J ree SIkh. Somcnirs In the lturanin UiMenifiit.
ed the fiss and nttiff with any
desired. Itoil the ftyriip. vinetcar
tj& ai'd mapeune. until H forms a llttla
tf. (fcull vthen dropped in cold water. lt
nove from the fir and coo! nlihtly.
Dip th Kfrnffed ftiis In the pyrtip sev
eral times und lay oh buttered plate-
to harden. Dates may bo used In
place of fipH.
Creamed Codfish An occasional
dish of well prjared codfiHh 1h most
wholesome, and eaten with a baked
potato and a green naiad, a mal for
j an epicure Is provided. To have the
fish at its bent, shred and let stund
fr a short time In unti-r to cover. Kei
heat In the same water until the wa
ttr looks MliahlTy milky; then drain,
Alelt tt (ablespoon of butter substitute,
add a lableHpoon of flour and rub
smooth wJth a little cold milk. Pour
n fcuisdimJty a cup of milk, 'stirrinfc
until welt mixed. Fold- In yolks ot
two eggs, well beaten, and tir until
smooth and glossy. Add the -fish to
tho hot Matice.i (To heat the fish tn
tie boiling1 point renders It tough
This dlMcase Is .nearly always
luonnht on by bud habits. To i-ffcct
a permnnent cure you mind, correct
yolir haMIH. In the ni'amllnc take
fl-nmberlaln's Tablets, tfln-y ale niMy
to take and most awrceable In cift-ct.
They only cunt a ouarter.
I'or 11 fimir Stonincli.
Kiit simrlnKlv. parUcularly of ments.
inasUeute your food thoronfthly ami
take one of C'hanilicrlnin's Tablets Im.
im-dluttly after supper.
'Vhrfinhrrlain'a Congh Ileincily Is
Hplenilid for croup." writes Mrs. Kn
Kurd HasKott. Piankfortl,. N. y. "My
children have been quickly relieved
of attacks of this dreadful complaint
by Its use." This remedy contains no
"I'lum or other narcotic, and may Im
KUcn to a child as confidently as to
sn ami it. ..,. .
ARRIVE FROM GERM,
I HKaEOARUR, Franco, Nov
The first train load of American pris
oners released from L'llinKen,
many, arrived today, IncliHlinif
officers and 200 orderlies. Due to food
furnished by the American Hed Cross
the condition of the men is exocllent.
C-A btiniJon, cia
rRJiin tabi, just thf Vfcry arUl
Others in Kniclund.
I 1 nvnnv vnv 3 a Art.ir u.,Uniiisy
ff seven months In Herman prison cmnps
i fiuht douihbfys arrived todav
'lad In Hrltlsh nnifornts
obtuinod In Hoterdam.
All except one were raptured at
VV c he prey. A lot of Amerieans
y the Teutons lit that nu
The Americans were nttuek
4 .by 2200 Oermns, of which fiil.
W. survived after four hors of fturhttmr
f- ment. Tl
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nud du 1 tin 1
fj Meals At All Hours 5
5 DAY AMI MtiHT , f
4 Regular Meals H0c
2 M.mI Th'kots 21 Mini for tft.no J
were J ENG YUKE, Prop.' i
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'5 Vi'f Cater to the Wori Inritien "'4
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