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DAILY EAST OStEOOHIAlf. PENDLETON. OREGON. MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 1920.
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Beginnino Tuesday Horning, Oct
ON THE BARGAIN
The Biff Store . With the
Basement Rummage Sale.
Today wo place on sale 1200 palm
of Women's Fine Mercerized Lisle
Hum of the One ' Dollar Quality
hoe that have proven very popular
and acceptable to all. particularly
women shopper. Hose of the pretti
est finest thread.
Reinforced at the heels
and toes with a good liberal
Shaped hose that are
seamed backs, the kind you
We place these hose on sale
today and offer them until
every pair is disposed of.
iind continuing four days, ending Friday evening, WE WILL
OFFER THE GREATEST ASSORTMENT OF FURS EVER
BROUGHT TO PENDLETON a collection valued at about
$35,000.00. THESE FURS ARE TO BE SOLD AT A REDUC
TION (from the regular price) OF 25 PER CENT.
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In this great stock you'll find every new and wanted style,
size and kind. Soft luxurious furs wonderfully blended into
the most charming garments imaginable.
This is your best opportunity to secure a choice fur at a
price that will save you a good many dollars. Come and in
vestigate for yourselves. .
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in the center aisle you will
find: ' . ''' ..
Pillow Cases, special . . . 49c
Pequot Cases, special. . . 73c
Bath Towels,, special at. 49c
' dozen . :: $2.00
Sheets, extra large heavy
quality, special. .... $3.19
Crepe de Chine, 40 inches
wide in a special quality,
white and pink, yard $1.93
Wash Satin, 36 inches.wide,
special the yard ... $1.59
Pongee Silk, extra good val
ue, $2.00 grade at.. $1.39
Georgette Crepes in all
. the staple shades, yd. $1.49
. WOOL CHALLIS
For children's dresses or women's house dresses, patterns are
neat and pretty, the yard . $1.65
In silvertone, gold tones and solid shades, in the various blues, "
browns, etc The yard .... . $7.00 to $12.50
: FRENCH FLANNELS v
Very fine quality in the bright shades for children's coats,
middies, etc. The yard $2.50 to ,$2.75
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In Our Model Sanitary Basement
CLEANLINESS ECONOMY SERVICE
3 Main Line Phones, all 15.
, , All Other Depts. call 22. v i
FANCY FALL APPLES
We are daily receiving shipments of Fancy Apples direct
from the grower,
We now have. :.'
Extra Fancy Delicious, box $4.50
Extra Fancy Jonathan, box $4.50
Extra Good Rome Beauty, box $2.50
Good Cooking Apples, box ..... $2.00
Let us have your orders for Fall and Winter Apples.
BLACK SILK CHIFFON VELVET
40 inches wide, a beautiful quality, the yard
: SILK TRICOLETTE .
For bluoses in the colors you want, the yard .......
..... $3.95 j"
BOYS' SUITS AT SPECIAL PRICES '
ONE LOT AT $9.85
ONE LOT AT $12,951
They are wonderful values. The best you'll see in many a ,
day. If your boy is going to need a suit this fall now is your .
time to buy and save. ' t. iri
MAKE THIS STORE YOUR STORE It's
here for your especial convenience.
PPn&ETCWai CSSrflTEST DEPARTMENT gTQ2Z
a-jaiia where rr pays to trade-gAidQMSk')
DONT HESITATE to ask for what you want,
we're here to serve you and it's our pleasure.
F""""-es&. i w r wen' ' " ' ' w ft - ' t!
pons- Farpuy i
fWISU I: had a house and family
and everything." aaid four-year old
B Doris as she looked eut of the win
dow and sighed a bis doleful sigh.
. "Now what do you think you'd do
with ail that?" laughed Aunt Jane
who was sitting near by with a basket
f mending to absorb her attention.
Too see Aunt Jane hadn't been visit
ing In Doris's bouse very long or she
would have known what Doris had al
ways and . Always wanted to play
that that, tha WTuld rather play
house than asurtiUwr No. Aunt
Jane had just come a few days be
fore and she bad had a busy time
getting . acquainted with ber little
"Well." replied Doris-thoughtfully.
"I'd take care' of 'em Just like mother
does. Mother's always busy taking
care of ber house and of me, and Jack
and the baby and she doesn't have any
time to play with me. Or leastways."
corrected Doris as she recalled times
when mother really had played with
her." be doesn't have enough time to
play with me. And you see. Aunt
Jane, If 1 had a family and a noue.
I wouldn't have time either, and so
everything would be all right."
"What's this about rJ wanting a
family?" asfed Dc.-is's farther who
came Into ike ream In time to hear
the last of Do: is's speech. "I think
I know whew you can get one."
"Me?" eiclaimed rorls." a truly
family? For me?" Sh could hardly
believe hr ears had heard riehtly.
"Yes." admitted her father, "for you.
A whoU family- I was Just wondering
what Ir the world we would do about
a certain family I seem to have ac
quired but If you are looking for a
family 1 can oblige you. Come out
to the garage."
Dor'.j was so excited she could hard
ly wait to put on the coat and cap her
father t?slsted she wear. . .
"Tes. 1 krw the garage Is warm "
he agreed laugh'ngly. "but the catn
out to the garaee vasn't steam !iear4
when X came In Jus now ard 1 :jow
the family will wait till y-:t pit wraps
tn so hurry up and get them Pusey."
When he said 'l'ussy' Doris always
knew that something uice was routing
so she lost no time getting Into her
Ked Riding Hood cape and together
she and her father hurried out to the
garage. - -
Dou hadn't the rainiest notion
what she might find out there and
when lier ther lifted back an old
rug she could harniy believe h-r eyes
saw right. One. two, three r were
there more? squirming little puppies,
so fat and snugglely and pretty that
Doris wanted to adopt them that very
"Where'd they come from? Whose
are they? Can we keep them? Tou
won't let anybody take them away,
will you, father?" Doris asked the
questions so fast her father couldn't
begin to answer.
"One at a time. Pussy." he laughed
"Old Maxie seems to have left them
here. They belong to who ever will
take care ot them and you certainly
can kesp theri If you want to."
A'.d so !t was settled. Dorle chose
arr corner of the garage fr her
not".. Her father set to carpentering
'..id fixed two nice comfortable boxes,
one on top of the other so the little
nuppies would be up off the floor
where thv m'ght get a draft. After
that Doris was the busiest- person In
that whole family. - For there is a lot
to do If you have a. family of young
puppies the floor to keep tidy, the
boxes to keep fresh, wuter and food
to curry and the general looking after
things to remember.
When the puppies got old enough to
crawl out of the box Doris had a
happy time playing with them and
she thinks any little girl who Isn't
big enough to go to school ought to
n family to keep her busy and
IXIXIAIj AND" FIN All ACROSTIC
The Brat and ' last letters of the
words when correctly - guessed and
placed one under the other will form
the words which tell what this month
is noted or.
L 'III city la Russia.!
2. a caustic substance.
. Aa allowance of fond.
4. Frank and outspoken,
t. A chasm or gap. .
DOUBLE WORD SQUARE
To close with a banc
A part of the ear.
for merit to drop slowly.
To travel mounted.
XjM diagonal, one ot Uncle 8am's
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Bee If yoa can and s path loading Ixim ouo of Use corner circles to
anotber one. When yon nave found tills patn trace ft with, a soft pencil
(or colored;, and see wbo got lost In Use maze.
"You won't let nnylMMl) take tlii u
away, will yon. father?" asked IMrb
Tors hot OsirPULBkncLs''
TiYr R Boy Cm HKt. -M
Holder Fon Salt and pepper Shakers.
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WHY WE DO IT.
LM fut that a groat many moth- , work should - proceed. In the same
rs have a pair of salt and pepper , manner. Next remove the portion for
hakers around the house '"tithe hin.ll. a.,. . ,,.. ,
1 ing them.
Is the re.u
. In rtiir hnm
shakers, of the long slrnrier kind, and "n'sncd. While the parts are drying,
, they were continually filling ovrr. At ! got out the stock for the handle. This
1 last It became tiresome and after a , piece should be one-Inch wirta at tha
there is no menn of holdtih-s , - ,
The holder rtwrr.bed today 'hoe"'fe ",ne' ' of your laou,t- ,nen
ult or Just urh con d it Ion ' stock with a chisel. Get out
me. We had two nice glass"18 bottom and glue to the part Just
ORIS sneezed three times.
Jear!" she exclaimed, and
he sneezed again.
'Oesundhett," said Brother Tom
who had Just come home fejm Over- little time spent with a piece of paper top and an Inch and three-quarters at
on a lean pencil, rne design as snown me uottom. This is not the exact size
was evolved. It did not stop there. ' for the bottom, but it Is left big at that
however, but the holder was construct- point to allow for lifting to the other
eu ami is loaoy serving a very prac
tical purpose. ,
The best way to proceed In this con
struction will be to first get out a
piece ot stock for the part the holes
are to be cut in. It Is suggested that
It be the same length as the bottom
"A funny fat Frltiie taught me that
when he was our prisoner." answered
Tom. "It means 'good bealth to
you.' " ,
"How queer." said Doris.
"Yes It is queer," agreed Toss, "bow
sayings that had a meaning long ago
still are used by us. when they are
practically meaningless. Now It hap
pened that in the Middle Ages a plague
spread over Europe, killing thousands
of persons. The ttfst symptom ot this
plague was sneexlng. Bo 'whenever a
person sneesed his friends and family
feared for his life and wished him
good health or called upon God to
t-'ess him and so divert the evil spirit
of the plague. That is why we. today,
say "God bless you" whenever a per
son sneezes. And why the German
children say 'Oesuodbelt.' " j
part. A center line should be drawn
on the piece to aid In properly assem
bllng. This may be glued In position
wnen me otnr
not have the proper sup pan tor
Ing. This may 6e overovM - .
ng a piece of stock four w kef
long and as high as dommi waJaan 1
Interfering with the sight .' tmf-m '
to be cut. making sure that w "! '
faces of tha piece art exactly square
with each other. With ono ot the '
surfaces on the saw tab! and th
other resting against the piece we are
working on. you will have a support
that will permit the cutting to be done '
without any trouble. . ;
The making of (h knob for the top
of the handle will be somewhat dlffl.
cult. First square It un to tlio larcct
vnriB are orv. mi. ; Hi , . . .
tuv , ,k ..... , ..iiiriLiuii. ana my OIJl Bna rui
, u 1. " anu mortise.
rti-ji jay out curves on
,r "" ' 'r out curves on curves and cut to shsne.
the sides and Saw them to shape. This curve. ' .IJL
Piece, and also a. wide. I.1 ' ,1 . '1?' "7 ntuch so far . any actual layout of them 'f
height equal to two and three-quarter I p?wer band aw -vail- concerned. The Iiml4s are given m4
Then la out the varlo''
Inches less the thickness of the bo:-
torn. This will give you a square
piece of stock. From the center of
the piece, lay out the holes and- the
part that Is toe removed
... .no nuies nri. Dorlng the curves on the ends V th.
the bole with the proper size bit. tha th.i i, i .! . n plre'
removing the balance of th. stock I which we n.fro?Vh'
with a chisel. To do a good loh ,.. ! "J -... W". " ,ront lew' 'o
art of th. work should 1.. laid out ;": o" """h different
from both sides of the piece and the hvT. ,"'.."" "''"ock already
rsmoveo. ue piece will
ones laid out on the ends of ths olara
can be cut without using any special
m for holding It flat on the table
of the saw. as tha n.i. ... i
for the j enouah- to give a good support. When
good job tuts; be cut, you will hv. . m,.v V,-"r 'T
h-rVH' VlVv '"' ,h,itn" curves are drawn within those IHn ,
Its. but the exact form of the curve is
left with the Individual. . ' - .
Almost any kind of wood will b
suitable for this holder. The one '
made as referred to above was from
gumwood. stained to suli the dtnlSV '
table and buti'et, then she. laced. Aft' ,
being rubbed down, wax-was npi'lie'l. '
lie careful about the n.ellao. .'
much should bo applied, and It should
be In thin couta. .