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DAILY EAST ORECONIAN. PENDLETON, OIUECtON, THUHSDAY EVENINQ. SEPTEMBER 0, 1926"''
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$ Our stocks were never so complete, the styles so attract,ive,.tlie values are the! best thatlexpcrience and honest effort could possibly; procure. v Every thing we
: offer is the best for the price, no matter what the price. v - ,' .
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Sale ' "I
m$ I 3g THE RUMMAGE SALE IS THE SAVING SALE
Today we are re-marking loads and loads of more good things that are to be added to the al
ready enonnbus stocks of serviceable wear to be cleared out in this Cash Saving Sale.
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Fancy Plaid Skirts
We have just marked a big lot of 35 of the prettiest pleated
skirts that you could wlvh. All new and popular material!).
Sisca H to .- None Prlvul IIIkIkt than ..8T
- -Pumps and Oxfords -
To offer you In this Great Rummage Sale.
" Women's Hose ""
And we'll offer them at 29c per pair, white.
To offer you at Rummage Prices.
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WOOL DRESS SKIRTS
To bear the Rummage price $4:98
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Fancy Wool Dresses1
No use to ever begin a description of these beautiful par
menu. . You must look through the Dress liuck.s to appreci
ate the wonderful bargains. None Irti-ctl llielicr.tliun $20.87
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Dish Pans All Kiifds
We've simply heaped them up. or you.
Smocks of All Kinds
A good sized pile of these garments to offer, at 42.49.
Sent to be Cleaned Up at RumtsTVe Prices.
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Have just received their Rummage price.
$1.00 ANOTHER DAY ANOTHER DOLLAR $1.00
Each day sees another dollar taken from the original price of one rack of-dresses and coats.
Some dresses have already reached the low price of $7.00 and they are still going down.
' The Big Sale doesn't end today nor tomorrow nor the next day, but runs until the big stock
of thousands of dollars has been made thread bare. WATCH FOR THE BIG SURPRISES
DURING THE RUMMAGE SALE IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT.
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Most of these charming dresses are minia
ture reprodvetions of women's styles-very
beautiful and practical in' every way. - Of
course, these styles have not been followed ab
solutely they have been changed just enough
to make them most appropriate for the little
folks. There are also many original models
created specially for misses' and children.
Certainly there are styles aplenty for even the
most fastidious mother. Prices are, pleasing.
' Serges, velvet "and jersey, fancy embroider
ed or the plain tailored middie dress. A big
assortment . . . . .T.".-i ; . $8.75 to $35.00
Shoes that are real shoes should give long v
service and .yet retain their good looks to the
very end. Our shoes meet both of these requi-
sites and yet are moderate in price. "
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Women's Black Kid Oxfords, Goodyear,
welt, military heels, medium round toe, a new
and distinct number. Price . .... . . , . $12.00
Women's Brown Kid Oxfords, Goodyear,
welt, military heels, medium round toe.
Price . . ....... . $12.50
. Women's White Kid Pumps, flexible sole,
plain tie, military heels. Price $11.50
If your feet ache and pain, if you have cal
louses, if your feet tire easily, if you have fal
len or broken arches, call at our shoe depart
ment, we have graduate specialists to serve
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JUST THINK OF IT!
v GEORGETTE . CREPES 4
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that are 40 inches wide, a splendid quality ift
colors of coral, navy blue, copen blue gray,
green, white, plum, havana brown and pink.
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Crepes that , you have been paying $2.25,
$2.50 and $3.00 per yard for. On sale FRI
DAY AND SATURDAY at the very low price
of, yard t v, . ... .... ....... $1.49
T PifW. PURE FOOD SHOP
' In Our Model Sanitary Basement. ' '
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CLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE
3 Main line Phones, all 15."; ' V
All Other Depts. call 22.
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SAUER KRAUT AND SAUSAGE ! X
' A very fine dish these cool days!,, We have it
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Well Bleached Celery, 2 bunches . . : . . . . 35c
Fine Smooth Sweet Potatoes, pound. . . . . fOc
Fancy White Cauliflower, each .... .'' 40c
Extra Solid , Cabbage for Kraut Making.
Leave Your Order Now. . .
A Wonderful Assortment of Boys' Suits Re-
duced to $9.85.. Former values up to $16.50.
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PHffiUETOXS eSSrflTEST fcEPAirLHENTffItBE
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Men's Blue Serge Suits at $65.00. Hart Cchaff
ner & Marx make. Wonderful values.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS ISSUE PUTS r
1 1 OREGON IN DOUBTFUL COLUMN FOR
ti. NOV. 2; JOHNSON'S VIEW A FACTOR
; California Senator Says League
v is Dead if Hardinff is Elect
ed; Mamy Believe He Knows
. (By Ward A- Irvine)
PORTLAND, Sept.. 2 The remaln
Jng weeks of the campaign will decide
I to which presidential candidate 0e--ffn'a
electoral vote are to go. To
day neither candidate could, with my
decree of certainity, lay claim to tile
Oregrim votef The reason is the pre
Kence tn the campaign of the Ijn&guo
of Nation lssu
r There are hundreds of Republicans
who will vote frr Cox on the progres
sive issue; the will vote for him be-
icause of his declarations in behalf of
the farm loan system and the federal
refer ve as against the record of Hard
Jns; in opposition to the farm loan act
iuid of his backers in opposition to the
federal hank. Hundreds of Republi
cans laborers will support tho Ohio
irosrr.sriv:.. But the big: issue, the is
sue that politicians say, mean 4 rfjcces
iur failure for Knator Harii:re m the
- JUiiue of Xations..
, , KtpiiljliL'aiM In Iouht
. There it mora tha.n a lMt 000 Ke-
1 publicans majoring in Oregon. Thou-
' ssu. (ii t; ihcM Hepublirjinit want to
va for Harding;. not because they
thinlt he is a strong candidate they
iou'ttbi because he im Xlepublican.
ieiurue of Nation they wsut
these Hi-publicans of pir;y or prlnci
li- nd they are in sufficient ma
jority to control the disposition of
Oregon's electoral vote.
The next five weeks will disclose
whether they will vote with their par
ty or vote to end war. They are wait
wifff for a reed of hope from Marion,
a t-tatement that will afford them an
opportunity to vote for Hardin with
oven a prospect that he will use his
office to make America a member of
the League of Nations. They abhor a
separate peace, and criticize both the
Senate and President Wilson for hold
ing up the treaty.
As the days roll by, these wavering
Republicans are given little hope of a
League under Harding. At first, the
support of Taft, Root, Wickersham
and other friends of the League, along
with Harding's vote for the treaty
with reservations, gave them a glim
pse of possible peace under Harding.
Since however, the Ohio Senator has,
in his speech, of acceptance, talked of
a separate peace. . Then came the Ha
gue Tribunal, pushed forward on
background of war that has bled the
world since the court was established.
Jotiiiaon 10 Positive
But the most discouraging and om
inous feature of the entire campaign,
and the one that . is, very seriously
threatening to break the camels back
perhaps . has broken it -is the re
cent pronouncement of Senator Hiram
Johnson. last Saturday he boldly de- I
clared that "If Senator Harding is
Harding Intends to scrap the League.
They think there is a distinct under
standing between the presidential
nominee and his foe of 1912 and of
1920. The statement of Senator John
son reacts like dynamite among the
League Republican of Oregon.
Great Cauoo at Stake
They realize that this is the first
chance the people of America have
ever had to end war. They realize that
the vote of the American people will
be taken as a referendum on the Lea
gue of Nations. They realize that Sen
ator Harding will receive all the votes
of those opposing the League, includ
ing the pro-Oermans In America.
On the other hand, they recently
heard Governor Cox pledge the en
trance of America in the League with
the reservations that .wiil preserve
American rights and sovereignty if he
The Cox backers Insist that - the
partisanship of the wavering Republi
cans will be swept aside in November
and their votes cast to end the war for
all time-. Harding supporters smile
when the League of Nations is sug
gested. , .
u the oiiier hand, the iire strong for ("elected the League is dead." The Lea-
JAVA SUGAR COM 1:3 TO U. S.
TOKIO, Sept. 22. (A. P.) Owing
to scarcity of sugar in America large
quantities of Formosan and Java crop
are being exported , to the United
States by the Japanese refining con
cerns. During March and April about
40,000 tons of Java sugar were sold
to foreign merchants and a further
supply of nearly 60,000 tons of For
mosan and Java sugar have been con
tracted for by the American mer
chants. The goods are to" be delivered
at New York, Seattle, San Francisco
and other ports.
gue Republicans think Senator John-
.v war ende. It in a vicrtf.-n wtth son has reason to believe that Senator
(East Oregon! an Special.)
W EST LA ND, Sept. 80. The farm
home of W. H. Ogden was completely
destroyed by fire at noon Tuesday. Mr,
Ogden was away from home when
Mrs. Ogden discovered the fire, which
caught from a stove pipe. Owing t,o
the prompt arrival and heroic work
I of Mr.. Shipley and his section crew
who were at work near the place, most
of the contents of the house were sav
ed. The bunkhouse and engine were
The fire Vas rendered more serious
by five tons of coal that were stored
If ; in an adjoining shed but this was sav
ed by the neighbors forming a bucket
brigade. Mr. Ogden came here in the
spring, having bought a part 0 the
The Bowman Shop on account of go
ing out of business, requests that all
outstanding accounts be paid on or be
fore Oct. 10th, otherwise will be placed
in a lawyers hands for collection. m
BY FIE ON TUESDAY
Haying in this neighborhood and on
Butter creek is well underway and if
the weather continues fair will soon
be In the stack.
Mrs. W. J. Jackson has left for Cald
well, Idaho, where she will visit with
her son, Peter Jackson, of thaj place.
Kd Nunn and family, who have been
residing in the canal house on Butter
creek, left on Saturday for Bugene
where they will make their future
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jackson and son
BUlie visited with Mrs. Jackson's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. McPherson of Pen
dleton and also attended the Round
up last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Ellen McMartin who has spent
the last ten days as the house guest of
Mrs. F. B. Pennock, returned home
J. FJ. Hamor left Saturday for Port
land and other valley points. He will
be accompanied home by Mrs, Hamer,
who has been in the valley for the
Miss Oladys Ware visited 1 relatives
In Pendleton and attended the Round
up last week-end. U. W. Shipley and
family also attended the Round-Up.
12.500 Square Feet of Floor Space
T&ejoy of Motherhood
Is a vetiuible balm for the nerves;
an intensely penetrating, application
that aoftena the muscles, relaxes
nervous tension of the delicate organ. '
ism involved in maternity, and pre-)
pares the way for an easier, quicker and
more practical delivery. Such reflects
so markedly udon the unborn JiikL
Mother's Friend is used cxumaltj.
.- At oB DmtgiMs. ' .,
Sfcfl Booklet on Mofhrho4 and Babr free
Pr.Jb.ld Regulator Co. Dipt. F-8,AUnu.Cte.
The Farmers and
Our Savings 'Account is an Incentive
WAfXA WAiXA, WASH'-
Sept. 27th to Oct. 2nd
JIEJ iBr- t&Mff
A most pleasing array of furniture for the bed chamber. Attractive
ly placed display-window for" your inspection. ' - ' ii
The showing this year, bought especially for this annual furniture
fashion event, is of more than casual significance because of the variety
of styles and finishes shown. . " ' T
Regardless of what the transportation situation may develop, right
now we have a suite to please your particular taste in the style and finish
you have admired. , , '
Bed room suites in Antique Mahogany, American ' Walnut, Golden
Oak, Bird's Eye Maple, Ivory Enamel and Grey Enamel.
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb St
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12.500 Square Feet of Floor Space