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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1919)
DAIL7 1AST 8REG0NUIT. PESDtJETOHr. ORBaOfT.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, lit 10.
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8 TILL THE CROWDS BEGIN TO ASSEMBLE BEFORE YOU START OUT TO SECURE
fl THE MANY GIFT THINGS YOU INTEND TO PRESENT. COME IN AND CHOOSE i
, . a A' V
fTHEM NOW AND AVOID THE CROWDING. HURRYING, JOSTLLNG WHICH USU
ALLY C( OMPANIES LATE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.
i Only 10 More Shopping
8 11 n fflTi . T V ,1
Days Are Left,
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ON SALE TOMORROW
BLACK PLUSH SCARFS
Right at Christmas time too, when perhaps
you would like to give one to somebody. Reg
ular prices are $5.75 to $25.00. On sale tomor
row and rest of the week at 25 Per Ct. Less.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS!
There is a real shortage of dolls and some
one will be disappointed if you wait till the last
minute to purchase. These great Christmas
doMs Will be sure to please the little folks.
Regular prices would be $2.00 to $2.50.
Special . . . $1.69
Here Are Things for Mother That She is
Sure to Like
DERRYVALE TABLE LINENS
KID GLOVES $2.00 to $3.50
A silk dress; wool dress goods pattern; a
silk umbrella; silk stockings; a pretty hand
bag; French ivory; silk underwear; pretty
neckwear; and we have them too, any amount
to choose from.
We Would Just Like to Show You These
. BEAUTIFUL SILK UMBRELLAS
Ivory handles of white and colors, silk cov
ers of purnle, blue, green, black, taupe and red.
They are ust as good for rain as for sun
shine. Prices are reallv moderate, $6.00 to
The Prettiest, Brightest, Snappiest
you ever saw is here right NOW, ready for
you to select There isn't a woman that "would
not be pleased wiffi one of these choice novel
ties for Christmas. Prices range from $1.00
FANCY RIBBON BAGS
Made of gorgeous new ribbons for the win
der seasons, radiant in their superb colorings,
ich and resplendid in their gold and silver tin
sel. A luxurious accessory to any woman's
costume. Our illustrated booklet shows you.
how to make them if you wish, or you may
purchase those we have on display. Prices
from $5.7a to $20.00
Certainly one of this year's favorite Christ
inas novelties. Shown in colors of brown,
taupe, purple and black, from. $6.00 to $13.50
IF IT IS TO BE FURS
for yourself or as a Christmas gift, first consider quality and depen
dability, and naturally vou will think of this store as the logics place
to buy" what you want. Here you will see the season s favored peas
in coatees, scarfs, throws and muffs, correct in every detail o style
and perfect in workmanship.
I Mink, Hudson Seal, Fox, WTolf, Lynx, etc. Muffs $5.75 to $65.00;
Scarfs, $48.00 to $165.00; Stoles, $42.50 to $98.00.
Never in the history of
this great store were we so
well prepared to please
you with Men's Bath
We Have a
AM nizes, all col
orp, all styles.
Made from the
con blankets. We
really can't de
scribe them so
that you will ap
preciate their real
beauty the per
the class or the
a n c e. Y o u'l 1
Him ply have to
see them before
you can realize
how very fine
they are. Prices
S5.00 to $15.00
Bm Shirts haffi
become so very
popular that it
would really be
hard to think of
would be more
appreciated by a
man who likes to
No man ever
has enough of
them- The pat
terns5 are simply
beaut iful. The
makes are the
very best. You
can give them
feeling sure that
them as gifts will
be proud to wear
them. You'll find
our showing- t he
beft in Pendleton
and our prices are
not war priceH.
y:-:Hf Hairbowof m: ry
Look for them in our Kibl.on 'i .
Department, ?WJJIjj V .; J"h -:
Every Man Likes a
AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS
The practice of making
Christmas Gifts of Neckwear
increases year by year. There's
a reason for this.
The scarf is the one bit of
color that a man may wear and
he likes to indulge his fancy.
He wants plenty of variety.
But in giving Neckwear, you
must be sure it's in good taste
nnrl nf finp rmalitv.
Our selection of silks this season outdoes any of
our past efforts.
You may purchase a tie in our Men's Store at
moderate prices, as well as the most expensive
50c to $5.00.
On the "level" Is the way our shots are nraxM nil throOftti
flood, honest leathers and honest workmanship arc; in
every pair. They are correct in style. The value are not
equaled elsewhere at the pflee, no mailer what the price.
BROWN KID HAIj SHOE, RnicHsIl last. Oaodycnr welt.
BROWN CAUP liAI,. SHOi;. RfWsItsH last, gray lii'l top,
tAsKlyear welt. Price SI5.00
TAN 'AM'' BAIi SHOD, dark In-own kill top. i.oiKlyear
Wert. Price SIS.OO
ISIjACK CAM' nAI, SHOK, English last, licsslvear welt,
the T. l: W. brand. I'riii- $12,00
Hltowv l,l-' J5Ar SHOK, English last, (iootlycar welt.
Price si 2.50
IF YOUR FF.KT ACHE AM i'AIN. if J on have callous
S, if yonr fiet tire easily, if you hate fallen or broken
arcttefl, 'all at our shoe department. fe hiivc a graduate
expert to reWste yon.
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
IX OVft MODI", I SANITARY BASEMENT
lXEANLIN khh f; :ono.iy sERVirr:
Main Line IMiones, all 15. All Other IVpts. 'all 22
rsi: YOT R PHONE
Those cold and stormy days. Wo will fill your orders
jiiMt the samfi as though you cunie in pfrson to se
Ject your table wants.
FRESH PROM THE OI NTRY
Home Made Sfiu.saRe, Spare Rib.s anil BtUlIt Itone.
Fxtra Kine Kraut, (juait I0
New Navel Oranges, dozen tfOc him! 00c
Del Monte Table fatsup, bottle 25
Extra &ttcy Minee .feat. pound. WO
Krosh Shipment Tru BIu Asaprtftd (1ookieH, lb... 40t
lon't deceive yourselt into thiakini; that,
on can get alon without a sweater, ea
licclally if your duties rail you out Into the
weather much. Thc'warm clothes that you
r ar your fruarnntec anainst MotOttM
doctor hills are hard to pay.
Sflcjirlel :m.l (,,,
atari In grey. MTortt, navy,
They mako excellent Xmas
$5.00 TO $17.50
Jerseys in the
Plain blue, I
trey si rip
flnei:t quality -and
red . . S:t.oi S4.r0
si.rn to H7.50
U'E HAVE A CHOICE LOT OF CHRISTMAS TREES.
SELECT YOURS NOW.
75c T0 $5.00
PENDLETON GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
ASl.f r:?.N j:'.fw H tl "1 T PAYS YO THAPK UW.VMMffiflF
HAVE A CHOICE LOT OF CHRISTMAS TREES.
SELECT YOURS NOW.
75c 10 $5.00
i iijAI I A Ruth Wills, of this city, died in
FORMER WALLA WALLA j yi.u mommg as a r-
IHrhUAM rATAI I Y RURNED Hult of severe burns Buffered MondaS
. B. Aft-her, ar '
Tier. 11. Mm.
morning when he
from an open ga
shed to her ajsnlstarire and iicceed
i nn extingubihini? the flanr--, Mrs.
rcher v,a fatally bnrnd and died
aught fire later In a Portland hospital.
cordinK to Mr. Archer had ntany friend? In
- relatives Wall
1 hrre until the HUM ye.ir, whe
hei hi!l-.-ind. formerly a ct
i tit i 1 after her d uisrht r deaf h I "ffreement to
fireman, - 1
move to porttano, where Mr. Archer PRESSMEN WILL HAVt
now a city employee, rier moiner,
Mrs. Man It. Wills, Kast Alder street.
Walla, having attenld both was notified of her Injuries at once
ind high school here ami live! (and left f-,r Portland, but did not ar-
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