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"DAILY "EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920.
Qtiality MercKiiidise at Molerate Prices 1
We are taking advantage of every possible chance to reduce prices, and give our patrons the best for the price, no matter what the price. Our stock and assc
nients are the greatest we've ever shown. Our salesforce the most courteous ami efficient. Don't snend vour monev till vonVe seen insf wluit vn
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CATERING TO WOMEN WHOSE
THOUGHTS ARE YOUNG
you these artful
ly designed coats
that have Fash
these days, every
look her best, and
to help her in this
j . , reaay 10 wear
."Not merely a coat or a suit but a becom
ing, one that carries the swing and Jdaslv- of
youth. There you have it that is what the
good dresser demands today, and here- we
think you will find it $28.50 to $175.00
T. P W PURE FOOD SHOP
' In Our Model Sanitary Basement
CLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE
' 3 Main Line Phones, all 15.
. Al Other Depts. Call 22. ;
' HONEY AND HOT CAKE TIME
Pure Extracted Honey, jars 50c, 90c and $1.70
-Olympic, Golden Rod and Diamond W. Pan
cake Flour and Golden Rod Buckwheat
i Flour, package . 20c
Aunt Jemima jfancake Flour or Buckwheat
Flourfi package 20c
Skookum Pancake Flour (made in Pendleton)
sacks .... ...... ....... ..... 50 c and $1.00
The new 8 button length, color brown, in all
sizes, the pair $7.50
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WHERE THE BIG RUMMAGE SALE IS BEING HELD.
' Customer after customer went away, from this popular sale yesterday- loaded down
with the good things offered now for a' quick clean-up. Are you going to be one of the
' fortunate ones?
A big offering at prices you'never heard of before for a lone
time. There are Silk Dresses, Poplin Dresses, Serge Presses,
Tricotine, Tricolette and many of the other popular materials.
Dresses originally selling as high as One Hundred and Ten
Dollars. During the Hummage Sale 11.8 to 137.80
Such a sale of couts! And you should see them go. They
Bell just as fast as we can fit them and wrap them up. They
are good coats, too. made up of a great variety of popular
materials and priced just the way you like to Bee them priced.
Rummage Sale : $3.00 to $32.79
' SWEATERS FOR ALL
In this big- rummago sale you'll find a great lot of Sweaters
and utill limited lots of each style you'll find on sale a lot
of expensive drummer's samples and a cleanlngr-up of the up
stairs stocks. You'll find Women's and Children's Sweaters.
You'll find Men's and Boys' Sweaters on sale. In this partic
ular section you'll find Sweaters from the fanciest and most
elaborate to the very plainest, .Prices 49c to $0.87
You'll enjoy every purchase and its consequent saving In
this section of our Runt mage Sale.
$7.39 HIGH TOP SHOES FOR
A big lot of camping shoes with 16 inch top.
toe last. Sizes 3 to 8. . ,
RUMMAGE AMONG THE
. You'll find a big lot of good money savers hero. '
SH.ttK Aliixiiie Sliiies $5.30
$lu.M Itrowu I.iKi- Hoots SiH.BH
SI2.0U Hlark KM Iloots ,.. t.N
$9.00 Fine Calf Shoes T $5:19
S1S.O Fine KM Hoots $4.9H
$7.50 l.licllsh ast Shore 4.29
$5.00 Ftiio Dress Shoes v.. 92.59
$.t.S0 lrewi Shut's, medium licol K.YHI
Shoes KKK wldo -. . . $I.H
Nurse Comfort Shoes $4.9H
Sport Last KM Shoes $4.89
You will find in this big Rummage Sale a great lot of low
Bhoes of all styles and descriptions, marked at prices that
yill more than please you. They will run from J2.B9 to $8.79,
and sizes 2 1-2 to 8.
These are but a few of the good things awaiting you.
The Hummage Sale in the Uargain Basement.
' MEN'S SHOES
. One of the greatest features in this big sale.
There seems to be no end to the great quan
tities of children's shoes. Every pair a Bar
gain. Attend this Best of All Sales, The
Rummage Sale in The Bargain,
ARE SHOWING MORE WOOL
we ever did in our history at any one
Lots of them in all the new fall shades
58 inches wide, the yard $4.50 to $10.00
KAYSER ITALIAN SILK
Stands at the head of all silk underwear for
quality and style. Vests, bloomers and com
bination suits, moderately priced.
Women are so Pleased Willi the Kind
of Comfort, Style and Service
: Which CARTER'S Gives!
It is a matter of pride with the wearer of
CARTEJt'S that she wears CARTER'S. ; She
tells her friend Mrs. , with satisfaction,
that she wears CARTER'S. It stamps .her as
discriminating, for ; ,--.
Carter's . ,.
is the kind which discriminat-i
ing, well dressed, thoughtful
women - wear. The keener
judge she is the Thore she ap
preciates CARTER'S smooth
fitting, true lines; its absolute
comfort, its protection in all
temperatui"es; the way in
which it keeps its .shape; " its
many nice details of workman
ship. Ask to see a suit of
CARTER'S. Examine and
note its good points for your
self. .... ... . , ,
Also' for children in all weights and sizes
THE DISPLAY OFACES .
in our window is so unusual that it is attract
ing a good deal of attention. Better see these
late novelties in the latest importations. They
are very pretty indeed. 1
WOOL PLAID BLANKETS
Colors of blue, pink and tan, full size, good
quality. The pair $12.00
Naturally as Fall draws nearer we all think
t.of .warmer clothes. r Underwear particularly
and we are fully prepared to give you just the
garments you'll want. The best makes in the
country priced to please you. Come and have
a look. t.waJ
MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUITS AT $65.00.
Special values. " ;
vnaszKsA greatest dixaktaent.ttoilb
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SaiSaa WHERE IT PAYS TO TRAPElMZgli
BOYS' SUITS $9.83.
THE MILE EVENTIS
V 8ALJ7M, Or., Sept. 2. In- a match
race of three miles, the fastest event
in the .automobile races at the state
fair here Tuesday, Fred Horey. dirt
track champion, beat "Putty Hot(
ntan. Horry's tune was 2:51 2-5.
- The fire-mile free-for-all was won
by "Toots" Reynolds in 5:02 1-5.
.;. An auto pologame between 'a Cana
dian and an American team was a tie
at two goals each. ' " ,f "
.'. I A. Pans Wlm S-MS Trot.
,' 8AL.EM. Or.. Sept. 'it, 1 . Pansa,
owned by W. Tryon of , Sas:ramento,
aiftiy wen all three heats in the 2:25
trot, main event on the racing pro
grant at Lone Oak track Tuesday.
In the 2:2S pace. Jessie Kidwell,
owned by H. H. Helman, of Salinas,
Cel., took the first two heats and sur
rendered the third u Uttle Alexis,
owned by Fred Johnson of Calgary.
... The four-furlong running event was
won by Gertrude B.,' owned by Ruth
Parton of Yakima. Time, 48 1-2.
communist elements in this country
and Europe. Ceglinsky arrived Satur
day on the Manuretania.
G. O P. LEAGUE STAND
CLARKSBURG, Sept 23. (A. P.)
A demand that Sen at Qr Harding: state
OUT FOR FINAL WEEK
''plainly and unequivocally just -what
his attitude Is on the league of na
tions. " wa made by. Franklin D.
Roosevelt, democratic vice president
ial nominee, in a series of speeches in
West Virginia yesterday. Speaking in Tuesday,
many of the towns through which the
republican presidential nominee pass
ed on his way toVheeling, Mr. Roose
velt repeated his request, alleging that
Senator Harding's previous utterances
on the subject have been capable of
SEATTUK, Sept. 29. A. P.) A
record crowd turned out to see the
first game of the Portland-Seattle se
ries, transferred from Portland, and
saw the Ralniers go down in defeat
Tuesday by a score of 12 to 2. De
spite their thirteen hits, with only two
errors, the Seattle men were unable
to handle the visitors who took fifteen
hits off three Rainier pitchers.
It C. AGKXT IS SVSPBCT
NH WTOHK. fcept, 2f. (A. P.)
Nichutajt Ceglinsky, American Red
Croes agent and an employe of the
fiummlt!i- tin militia Information dur
ing the war, is being held at Ellis Is- Johnson pretends to believe, he pro- j
land pending investigation of his al- poses to scrap tne present league al
ltgfd connections with radical and Itogether."
Senator Harding In his speech at
Baltimore Monday night." Mr. Roose
velt said, "declared he is opposed to
going into that league, referring to
the league of nations as it was fash
ioned at Versailles. The people have
a right to know whether he means
specifically that league without reser
vations or whether he - means that
league regardless of what reservations
are offered, or whether as ' Hiram I
AngclM Overcome IW(r !ead.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. - 2B.-(A
P.) Jxs Angeles came from behind
overcoming a five-rtm: lead
and defeating Oakland, 7 to 5. The
Oaks started out by hammering O.
Crandall hard, knocking him out of
the box in the third inning. His suc
cessor, Thomas allowed only two hits.
Knight drove in all of -Oakland's
runs. His home run in the third scor
ed two men ahead of him- ' :
Seals FrK IxtMlcra. . .
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29. (A. t.)
-San Francisco won from Vernon, 6
to 3, by timely battling. Kennedy:
scored the winning run in the eighth.
going) In from third on a single to right
by Hkabrook. i ,
EIGHT fi.0.1 P. 'LEADERS'
BUSINESS FAILURES IN
PAST MONTH FEWER
rure, Kich Blood win is.eep
Your Body Vigorous and Healthyi
' When impurities creep into your
Hood the first symptoms are usu
ally a lost of sppetite, followed by
gradual lessening of energry. the
rstera beeomn weaker day . by
day, until you feel yourself on the
verfra 01 a Dreaxaown.
Nearly everybody needs a few
bottles of S. S. S., the srreat vege
table blood remedy, to cleans .out
all impurities shout twice a year.
It is a Mcelleut idea to take Uu
precaution to Veep the system in
vigorous condition so as to mors
easily resist disease to which every
one is subject. S. S. S. is without
an equal as a ireneral tonic and sys
tem builder. It improves the appe
tite and jrivei new strength and vi
tality to both old and young.
Full information and valuable lit.
era hire can be had by writing to
Swift Specific Co.. 150 Swtft Lab
oratory, Atlanta, Ca. '
SEATTLiEX Sept. 29. A- P.) At
leant -eight prominent republican na
tional IPBrtff-M will Invaif. 111. iiluto of
Washington next month in the inter- j
est of the republican campaign, ac
cording; to advices received here today
by Samuel A. Walker, state chairman.
The list of sneakers Includes United
States Senators Johnson of California;
Ho rah of Idaho; Kenyon of Iowa ana
ex-8errator Beveridge of Indiana; Ray
mond Robins, who sneaks at tipokane
Oct. t: former Congressman J. Adrnn
Kede of Minnesota; former tjovernor
M. K Brumbaugh of l'ennylvania,
and and Dr. Charles W. Flint of Cor
nell Cnlvernitv. -
Itineraries for the speakers will ho
announced shortly, Mr. Walker said, '
SAN FIiANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 29.-
(U. P.)-r-Business failures show a de
crease compared with IaHt month, and
labor continues to be fully employed
without strikes on disturbances of
consequence, declares a digest ot dus
Iness and acricutturar conditions in
the twelfth federal reserve district,
which was issued today by the federal
reserve bank of San Francisco.
Favorable crop conditions still pre
vail, according to reports received by
the bank from various sections of the
district, which includes Arizona, Call
fornia. Idaho. Nevada, Oregon. Utah
"Comnared with . last month, the
condition of the ranges and general
crops In California, tregon, wasninK
ton and Idaho, has Improved, due to
continued favorable factors and timely
rainfall in the Pacific Northwest,"
says the digest.'
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. I tarvests Plentiful. '
VHarvesting of all grains-and pick-
in of remaining; fruits are in progress
and reports of good quantity and qual
ity of yield are in the majority; but
the prices which most of the agricul
tural products of the district will bring
are still uncertain, and this is causing
an underlying note of concern. A no
table exception to this general state
ment Is the Wine and table grape mar
ket where abnormally high prices have
"Compensation. for the short crops
of peaches and pears has been found
In the high prices which they brought.
Prices for the grain crops of the dis
trict generally and for the northwest
ern .pple crop are not so high as laat
year s; lemons, almonds and walnuts
are facing destructive competition
from Europe. Prices for the large
wool clip of the district remain - at
what growers consider ruinous levels.
I.iimlH-r ImhiHtry I'nprttM'ri.
"The lumber industry of the Pacific
coast is seriously unsettled by the ap
plication of the new freight rates, and
mining throughout the district mani
fests no Improvement over the inac
tivity of 1919.
"Businessttgenerally. however, while I
Ind, eating the hesitancy natural un
der present revisions of the wholesale
prices of numeross commodities. Is
reported to be satisfactory and sound.
"Retail trade, as reported by 31 rep-
resontatlve department stores of this
district, averaKcs 8.8 per cent larger.
by value, than during August, 1919.
Reports indicate the transportation
difficulty is still interfering to some
extant with shipments from the east
although much improved ovor fast
"Wholesale hardware and stationery
report a Blight upward tendency in
prlcos, while wholesale dry goods, gro
cery and shoes report a downward
REBELS TAKE. CANTON
IS REPORT AT PEKIN
slbly final unification of the country
It is reported that home lenders were
slain but no COnfirmntinn ' . j....,,.
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PEKIN, Sept. 29. The foreign mln.
intry of the northern government, has
received an unconfirmed report that
rebels havn nn-nni.H .
roct this development probably moan a
,n Ucace negotiations between
Oie north nndjjouth of China, and pos-
Tr Ess Oregon Ian Waiat Ada,
lira Needn't koep on feeltrnr dis
tressed after eating, nor belching, nor
experiencing nausea between meals.
Hood's Harsnpartlla cures dyspepsia
It strengthens the sioinuch
digestive organs for the. propor per-,
foimnnce of their functions. Tk
Hood's. '-. ..!
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