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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDIJSTON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING. 0QT0B2& 4, 1830.
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"J. (i i'enney Co., A Nationwide Institution
OUTBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
ECONROY'S CASH GROCERY
WHERE KASII IS KING.
SPUDS 35 ,h ,-0! 8,u",c, 9 "So P',n1
' Cruco 1 12 lb. 50c; 3 lbs, $1.00; 6 lb. $2.00
Be.t English Wnlnuta, lb. 40c
Manchurian Walnuts, lb 35c
COFFEE Golden Gate, Hill Red, M. J. B.
1 pound - -58c
5 pound ...$2.85
New Dromedary Dates, package 25c
Prunes, pound . ....15c
Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack .'. - ..- 60c
Grape Juice ......pints, 30c; quarts, 75c
Peanut Butter pints 35c; quarts, 70c
- Best Crepe Toilet Paper 3 for 25c
Half Peaches, Sliced Peaches and Pineapple
No. 2 tins, each ...... 35c
Cottelene 4 lbs. $1.40; 8 lbs. $2.50
Van Camps Pork & Beans, No. 2 tin, each ....... ,.19c
Van Camps Soups, tin ....llc
Hominy, No. 2 1-2 tine, each 20c
Hebe Milk can, 13c; case, $6.25
Pur over thlrty-ono years Uio American National
Bank lias kept faith with tlio people In carefully
carrying oat its every agreement with Uie utmost
care. And by following closely tlio lino of honest
bun(csM methods, this bank Uas met with a won
tlTf nl success.
Vvur account is invited.
"Strongest Sanfc in Gastern Oregon"
Vernicol makes dd
keeps new furnitixro
from getting old
Don't discard ffia-t old plef i
furniture just because its finish fa
acratehed and marred. Give it
new lease on Ufa with! a eoaj o
yemicoL the jiffy-do-over Tarniili
tain. Stains and Tarnish ea the
wood at each stroke of the brush.
Scratches disappear almost xnagia
ally. Driea 'with a riah, hard,
lossy hurter. Wears and wear,
t's good for floor, too.
Keep a can of Vernicol handy. Vt
a great antidote for careless servant
and thovghtiesi children. Comes in au
the popular finishes, Ask for ealat
sard and booklet
513 Main St.
12.500 Square Feet of Floor Space
have just been placed on
sale and are ready for
your inspection. .
. This line needs no in
troduction. Dozens of
our Btoves are in use in
Pendleton- and- we can
refer you to .any user of.
Crown, Mission or -.
We have some exceptional bargains in used stoves.
Cruikshank & Hampton
114-1 S E. Webb St. QCAJLITir COUNTS
T5J300 Square Feet of Floor Space
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ss 3 HE. SAKS J
JLirt -.I': mflw'ii ' a-
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SHEEP BEING SHIPPED
(Bast Oregonian Special.)
MEACHAM, Oct 4. Mrs.' M. E.
Wilson was in Pendleton Mono ay on
Mrs. May Wimmer was here from
McKay visiting her father and brother.
Mrs. Ruby Loos and Mrs. Media
Mat Mas are here visiting their father,
H. F. Shreckhiso-
Mr. Slusher passed through Meach-
am Sunday with a load of sheep, tak
ing them to Nolin.
Mrs. Agee left on 17 for Pendleton
after spending the week end visiting
the Sewell and Barnes families,
W, S. HUyard of Telocaset was here
visiting old time friends.
C. B. Isaac is up from Pendelton -on
A. J. Smith returned to Pendelton
Monday with a band of sheep, taking
them to Pilot Rock for the winter.
Steve Lawlor and Mrs. LawJor were
Elgin visitors Thursday.
G. D. HUyard, from Pendleton, stop
ped over Sunday visiting W. B. Boss
The sad news reached Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Baker that their daughter, Mrs.
Cine Martin, of Wallowa, had passed
uwty on Thursday of heart trouble.
, Those attending the danco at Ka
mela were 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waters,
Mrs. 1. Lf. KnowKon. Jack CaafV an
sister May, Charles Thompson, W. M.
Chelf, Mss Calle McJunkns . and
Led a Wilson.
BOARDMAX, Oct. 4. The Junior
Bed Cross of the Boardman schools
has begun the year's work with a col
lection of clothing for the Near Ebst
Relief. The boys of the high school
department. In addition, spent most of
Friday developing the playgrounds and
laying oqt a track for field events,
Yfchile the girls prepared a picnic din
ner ,whicfh was served in the school
cafateria. On Friday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Siga entertained informally the
touchers of the school. All were pres
et except Miss Beebe, who was absent
for cite week-end on a visit to her sis
ter at Big Prairie.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Blaydn returned
Friday from an extended visit with
relatives at various points In Idaho.
good f oil them.
Made underc6ndltIons of
absolute cleanliness and
brought to them In Wrigley's
sealed sanitary, package.
'Satisfies' the craving for
sweets, aids digestion.sweet
ens breath, allays thirst and
helps keep teeth clean.
Costs little benefits much.
. Still 5c
BETTER CLOTHES BETTER PRICES
.$37.50 $42.50 $49.75 V,;.:
There arc cheaper clothes f
than Penney Clothes '
But None That Arc Less Ex-;
... ' pensive. J, ',1 , i
Very high priced clothes' and
very low priced clothes are - of'
ten expensive clothes. , ,
The real test is how much style
and attractiveness, how many
months of wear does your clothes .
dollars buy. This is the - trial
that proves the wisdom and eco
nomy of buying Penney clothes; ,
All along the line the Penney'
business plan saves you money..
Bought direct from the ' manu-,' ;
facturer not only is the middle
man eliminated but all selling .
expense to the maker as . well,
thus giving another advantage
to our enormous cash ' buying
power. . ;
Coupled with the fact that we
have absolutely no credit losses
to make up or "frills" of any kind
to charge Tback to our friends it's(
easy to see how we can sell on a
much shorter profit than the one
store merchant and still keep
our organization building a big
ger and better service each year.
J. j: Penney Co.. A Nationwide Institution
FAMILY LEAVES MHEm
(East Oregonian Special.)
ATHENA, Oct. 4. Mrs. Addle Stone
of-nmnanied by- Mrs.
. v.- ir Rarton left f11
BEES ARE ELIMINATED
. FROM COAST PENNANT
' SACRAMENTO, Oct. 4 (A. P.)
Defeating Salt Lake 4 to 2 in Stockton
Sunday morning and 4 to 3 here In the
afternoon, Sacramento took the series
Itones mother Mr. Barton I Kame8' to one and practically elim-
irday morning for Hood River wners ( liBted the BeelI from tne Pactflo Coast
,,, num. (hair hnme. "t t . . . t. -
they will make their home.
Mrs. Mary Parker and Bon JVillard
1,-ft late last week for Portland where
tncy will make their home. Mr Par
ker recently sold her home ln,'thl oily,
to Forrest Zerba.
' j t!-. A. Bennett- roccritly
moved in to the nobcrt Beckham home,
n-nved in to the IlobeM. BBCKiiain nt , vorapion s circuit un.o Ui,H -
where they will make tholr homeMnJaptth wlth Sheehan on base and tying
.u- - " ': Ur.e' score.
Miss Elsie Walker of this city imdor-,
went an operation for alrienMc1trf In
Walla Walla Thursday. The- young,
lady la doing Very nicely. ' 't " ; ',
Mrs. A. B. McBwen and daUKliter
Miss Jessica of Portland are VIslthiB
friends and relatives in this clty. -
Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor'and son
Beryl moved recently to Ia Grande;
Mr. Taylor recently bought a farm
rear La Grande on which hcy Vitt
reside. - ' ' I , . 'f.'Jt
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COSOHTTEE BEMES CHAHGR W
NEW YORK. Oct. 2. (A.. J'.) !
ncnial of published charges of Taft
that Cox "attacks the ' Associated.
Press for failing to" give the public a
fair account of his speeches to, crowds
nnd other phases of his long .trip,
were made today by ' George White,
chairman of the democratic iiuuuuai
committee. ' , :-'
r..n Mnnint T-.A PrOUZh tot tllB
Senators was effective In the morning
contest. Scnang scorea ine winiium
In In. I.nlh Inninff nf the BeCOnd
game while Mulligan and Sheely were
dunning down Kopp between first and
second. Mulligan and Compton aecur.
i .. in , K & nftftrnnnn B-nmA.
?ompton's circuit drive coming In the
' ' Leader Get Even Break
' IaOH ANOEiLBS, Oct. 4. San Fran
disco" and Vernon each took a game
of the double hoader that closed their
series here Sunday. The visitors cap
tlircd the second game In tho final
frame but nclthor contest was remark,
able.. All six pitchers used by the two
teams had their troubles but fairly
light support saved them from Indivi
dual disaster. .
Aiurels Lose and Win
. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 4. Pitcher
Krause won his third straight game
for Oakland Sunday morning, defeat
ing Los Angeles 6 to 2, but In the aft
ernoon the Angels pounded Kremer of
Oakland for 20 hits and 12 runs against
two runs for Oakland. Los Angels hit
safely in every Inning of the afternoon
content. . "
WHITE SOX KEPT EYE
ON SCORE; SAYS LYNN
CHtCAOO. Oct. 4. (A. P.) Charg
es that certain Chicago White Boa
players regulated their playing mis
season by the scoreboard wlnnls or
losing In order to keep the betting odds
favorable wera made last night, by
Kyrd Lynn , and Hervey McClellan,
who said that as "bench warmers'
most of tho season, they had studied
the players carefully and were con
, vlncel the Sox were "thrown" out of
the pennant., , . . , . . . ,
. "We lost tho pennant because cer
tain players they are among ths
eight Indicted by the Cook county
grand Jury did not want us to win,"
said T.vnn. "We soon noticed how
carefully they studied the score board
more than oven the average player
does In a pennant race and that they
always mado errors which' lost the
game when Cleveland and New York
were losing.' If Clevoiand won we
won. If Cleveland lost we lost. The
Idea was to keep up the betting odds,
but not to let us win the pennant." :
. McClellan said he was convinced
certain players had deliberately"
"thrown" three games tnr Boston, on
the last eastern trip, , ,
SAYS V. 8. MliTT ItCMI NAVY
8AN FRANCISCO, Oct. 1.U. P.)
Congressman Porter, of Pcnnssi-
MHtn nHlvln. h.ro Hth a nnmrrennl
onal party which has been touring the
Orient, doclarod his observations In
the far east convinced him that Amcr-
lr.a 'mint . tmmAflljatnlv huild the
largest navy In the world.
. Benjamin F. Strohm to Benjamin
F. Strohm by entirely . ,
7 and 8, Block G, Newport Add. to
Hormlston, - '
George Tlllotson to Hayes Pierce
$500.00 mete and bound tract In S 1-2
SE 1-4 Sec. 2. TP. B. N. R.'SB
ill M. Sloan to A. H. Cox 11200.00
Lot 6, Block 6, Res. Add. Pendleton.
William C. Owens to A. A. Mayberry
$260.00 Lots 1, 2. 3, 4 and 6.. Block 8,
Frank Morrlsott to Lowell I Rogers
$10.00 SW 1-4 NW 1-4 Sec. IS, Tp. 3,
N. R. 84. ,
Margaret Turner to J. N. Roork
$2000.00 Lot , Block 3, original town
of Pilot Rock.
R F Kirkpatrick to J. W. Maloney
$10.00 Lot 6, and NH 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec.
31. TP. 3, N. R- 34.
Fred W. Stevens to L. Bcusel Smith
$ 000.00 SW 1-4 SW 1-4 N Wl-4 and
W 1-2 SB 1-4 NW 1-4 Sec. 10, Tp. 4..
Edward N., Walter R. and Royal M. I
f-'awtelle to Esma 8. waao ana k.hki-.-..
a.n,ii. ti.nn North 117 1-2 feet
of Lot 13, Block B7, Res. Add. Pendle
Earl H. Shaw to C. W. Sutten $12S.
Lot 8, Block 20, Umatilla.
Frank C. McNurlen to Cyril W. Sut
ton $500.00 Lot 7, Block 20, Umatilla.
... Tnn.' n HflV W ft 1 1 f! T $10.-
000.00 W 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec. , Tp. li N.
1 920 BUfCit Roadster
Slightly used, cord tires, extra tire, bumper bar ,
and motor meter. , T
This is one of the best used Buicka we have
Oregon jsjotor (j-arage .
CADILLAC, HUDSON, BUICK,
AND ACASON TRUCltS ' :. - , "