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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, TENDLETON, 0T5EG0K, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER "23, 1020.
I A GENUIN E CEEAfWP SALE
of Women's Goats. Suits and Dresses
OFFERING BARGAINS NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE. CASH SEVERS THAT SPELL "ECO
NOMY" AND "LOWER COST OF LIVING" FOR YOU. THE ARTICLES OFFERED ARE THIS SEA
SON'S NEWEST AND MOST WANTED STYLES. DON'T BUY TILL YOU'VE SEEN WHAT WE
HAVE TO OFFER. SALE IS GOING ON NOW AND AN EARLY CALL IS ADVISABLE.
OUR WOMEN'S SUITS ARE
REDUCED AS FOLLOWS:
Values up to $80.00 are
Reduced to $56.50
Values up to $100.00 are
Reduced to ....... $72.50
Values up to $150.00 are
Reduced to $98.00
WOMEN'S COATS ARE CUT
TO THE CORE.
Women's Coats that regularly sold for
as much as $45,00
Are Reduced to $28.75
Others that sold as high as $7500
Are Reduced to $48.50
Every Coat in Our Entire Stock is Re
Large or small collars, cape effects or
the plainer lines. Plush, silvertone, tin
seltone, velour and broadcloth.
to make tlie cost of living less.
Our assortment includes tricollettes,
serges,, tricotines, taffetas, Georgettes,
Dresses that sold regularly
for $48.50 are Reduced
Dresses that regularly sold
for $75.00 are reduced
10 : $49.50
Don't Miss This Wonderful Sale
It's a Real Cost Saver for You
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WOMEN'S GRAY SILK HOSE
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 grades, excellent quali
ties, this sale price . . . . $1.19
Women's Silk Hose, Shawknit, a hose of
quality, black and dark brown.' Sizes 9 and
9 lr2. In this sale, the pair 98c
Women's Fine High Grade Black Silk Hose,
sizes 9 1-2 only, $3.50 grade, in. this special sale,
the pair . .r.. $2.49
, , . THE M.VVY SPECIAL
bargains we have been offering all this week In the Dry
Goods section will be continued next week. This is in line
with our policy to help lower the cost of living. Investigate
these,, Jo w prjeesn quality merchandise.
T, P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP .
In Our Model Sanitary Basement
CLEANLINESS, ECONOMY, SERVICE
8 Main Line Phones, all 15.
; All Other Depts Call 22.
PANCAKE FLOUR AND SYRUP
Our Stock is Very Complete
Olympic, Golden Rod, Diamond W Aunt Je
mima, Alber's Flapjack and Skookum Pan
cake Flour. Price 20c to $1.10
Adrinodack Pure Maple, Sweetengood, Break,
fast Bell, Tea Garden, Log Cabin, Marsh
mallow, Light, Dark and Maple Flavor Ka
ro Syrup. Price $25c to $5.00
Weston Mountain Netted Gem Potatoes,
100 pounds $2.50
Extra Choice Rome Beauty Apples, 1 box,
$1.50; 2 boxes, $2.90; 5 boxes, $6.90.
A MOST IMPORTANT SALE OF
BOYS, CLOTHING IN THE STORE
FOR YOUR BOY.
We call your attention to a most important
sale of Boys' Suits, Overcoats and Mackinaws,
representing the best makes of .the best makers
of boys' clothing in America.
There are hundreds of good things to select
from but the extra special bargains are men
One of the Boys' Specials
SUITS SELLING $12.50 to $16.50
SPECIALLY PRICED $95
One of the Boys' Specials
SUITS SELLING $16.50 and $21.50
SPECIALLY PRICED $12.95
Outfit your boy in the store that has set aside
a special department where a. study is made of
all his wants and needs.
Visit Our Boys' Clothing Department
1 WHERE IT PAY9 TO TRADE f Z
THE DRY GOODS SECTION OF
FERS MANY SPECIALS
for Saturday shoppers. Don't pass up this op
portunity to secure real bargains in Sheets,
Pillow Cases, Blankets, Towels, Silks, Velvets,
Coatings, Georgette Crepes, etc. See these
good values today when you are in the
welcome .the news that we have taken over the
Sayres agency for the PICTORIAL REVIEW
PATTERNS AND PUBLICATIONS, These,
combined with THE DELINEATOR and
BUTTERICK PATTERNS place at your ser
vice one of the best stocked and equipped pat
tern departments in all Oregon. (On the Balcony).
WOMEN'S CAPE GLOVES
For street wear. Sizes from G to 7 1-2. A
splendid glove for service. The pair. . . $2.98
One Lot of Valenciennes Lace, Insertion
Values to 10c yard. In this sale per yard. . 4c
Hair Bow Ribbons, made of moire, taffeta,
in all the wanted colors. - Special the yard 39c
Haii bow Ribbons, one special lot of extra
good values, regular price 60c. In this sale,
special, yard 49c
Haiibow Ribbons, tied in bow holder, regu
lar $1.35. On sale each .... . . . 89c
Slipon Veils, color black, strong close mesh,
that will wear, each 29c
An books here mentioned can be found In the
"The true uni
versity of these
days is a collec
tion of books."
, Balch Bridge of Gods.
Clemens Innocents abroad, 817.
Clemens Life on the Mississippi,
-in. ' ' -
Dana Two years before the mast.
' Duncan Dr. Grenfell's parish, 917.
Frit nek Zone policeman it, (Pana
ma.) Grenfell Down north on the La
Utisieurd Klnjf Solomon's mines.
Huvband A year in a coal mine,
Jrvinf Tales of the Alhambra, 15.
Irving Talis of traveler, a 14. -Johnson
The Isle of lheshamrock,
Mills Wild life In the Rockies, 1T,
Turkman Oreiron trail, H17.S.
t Jtgosevelt African gams trails, It.
Smith A white umbrella In Mexi
Smith Gondola days, 114.5.
Stevenson Travels with a donkey,
Towne Shaking hands "with Eng
A Id rich Story of a bad boy.
Antln Promised land, 921.
Barrie Mariraret Ogllvie, 921.
Bull Ole Bull, 921.
Connor Glengary schooldays.
Connor Man from Glengary.
Gilbert More than conquerors, 920.
Hagedorn Boys life of Theodore
Keller Story of my life, 921.
Larcom New England rirlhood.
92i. . i -q;pvs53
Meadowcroft Boy's life of Kdioon,
M. , ...
J"lcolay Bsy'sj lit of LinooU, 2L'
Parkman Fighters for peace, 920.
Plutarch Tales of the Greeks, 938.
Plutarch Tales of the Romans,
Richards Florence Nightingale,
Rlis Making of an American, 921.
Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt's
letters to his children, 921.
Rowell Leaders of the great war,
Stevenson Father Damison In
Tarbell He knew Lincoln.
Washington l.'p from Slavery, 921.
Bond With the men who d things.
Cntibleday Stories of Inventors 608.
Grrfrn Laird of Olnniry!. iiH.i.
Cricrson Peeps at m;ui Undj, sm.
II?! ris Life ani k-ttera of J.-el C.
,Hrri. 92 W
H J Y i-i x- r Hi1 , i
1'i lland Historic Inventions 08.
lli'.'.'.rd Lafayo'fa we come,
jli mer Iliad, u !.
M-mer Odysj'y, 8S3.
J'i bbard Mesnnger to Gnrcla S14.
X'ioauley Ya.'3 of ancient Rume,
JMiftcrllnck TlV.o b.'rd, 8)2.
TWllor The al.-n.ar. 623.1.
:-ee Sherwojd, 813.
Ptikman He.-o n-s of service, 029.
, T'-abody The piper, F1Z.
Scott Lay of the last minstrel, 811
In hl Poetical works.
Scott Marmlon, 811.
Sht kesspeare Midsummer nights
'EI8 '8JIS8P S1JB8U 10 PUVt S)B.X
Stursls Random reflections of a
Thorear Cape Cod, 917.4".
Vi n Dyke Theory of the other "wins
Stairett Charm of fine manners,
Alcott Little Women.
Anderson Arabian nights entertain,
Andrews Courage of common
Ano4ews Three things.
Austin Slnndlsh of Standlsh.
I i'thelor Keen Hnlden.
B'nnett Master Skylark.
Connor Black Rock.
Connor Sky pilot.
Cooper Last of the Mohicans.
Craddock prophet of the great
smoky mountains. ,
Dickens David Copperflold. J)
Dickens Old Curiosity Shop.
Ford Honorable Peter Sterling.
Ford Panice Meredith.
Fox Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Garland Captain of the Grayhorse
Hale Man without a county.
Hawthorne Twice told tales.
Kipling Captains courageous.
Lillencranz Thrall of Lief
Lonodon Call of the wild.
McCarty If L were king.
MasDonalcd Robert Falconer.
Major When knighthood was
Olllvant Bob, Bon of battle.
Porter Scottish chiefs.
Scott Quentln Durward.
Smith Caleb West.
Stevenson David Balfour.
Stevenson Treasure Island.
Tarklngton Monsieur Beaucaire.
Verne 2000 leagues under the sea.
Wlggln Rebecca of Sunnybrook
Itrll Rpell of China, 915.1.
Duncan Dr. Luke of the Labrador.
Fitch Muilame France, 9 1 4.4.
Franek Vagabond Journey around
the world, 910.
Kane Adrift In the Arctic cle pack,
Kipling Puck of Pook's mtt.
Lotl Disenchanted. & jr
Mills Adventures of a nature guide,
917.8. ' . . .
Mills Rocky Mountain Wonderland
Malr Travels In Alaska.
Murphy Oregon the picturesque,
Nixon How Marcus Whitman sav-
ed Oregon, 979.5.
Powell First through the Grand
Putman In the Oregtin country,
Sedgwick Childhood In Brittany
eighty years ago, 914.4.
.Sharp Where Roolls the Oregon,
Slaughter Two children In Old
Stephenson Land to tomorrow,
Tifdale Pioneering where the world
Is old. 915.1.
White African camp fires, 916.7.
Sopliomorn War Hooks
Alrtrich Hill Top on the Marno,
Atkinson T'ollu, dog of Roubalx,
Bolth First 100,000, 940.9.
Brooke Poems, 811.
Cobb Paths of glory, 940.9.
Dawson Curry on, 940.9.
Hunrd My home on the field of
Huard My home on the field of
Lauder (Minstrels of France, 910. t..
9409Jmer"My JCar f th grCBt wa''
Rlnchart Amnzlng Interlude.
Seeger Poems, 11.
Service Rhymes of a Red Cross
Sedgwick Salt of the earth.
Turvymowlcz When the Russians
came to Poland, 940.9.
Verhneren Belgium's agony, 940.9.
Antln They who knock nt nn
Bennett Author's crnft, 808.
Black Friendship, 177.
Carleton do way out, 381.8.
Oiillek Mind and work, 131.
Herrln Public duty of educated
Holmes Autocrat of the breakfast
iryde Self-mensiirninent, 170.
Knott Verier tnlks lo girls, 177,
Iow A pntnler's progress.
MartlnFilflhilly slurs, 620. 1
Penbody Tils sinning man, 811.
Purliitoti. IVImIii, the prepared, 170.
lllls- Children f the tenements.
HehiiH- Hlrd woman (Snciijawea)
Slink sspufi re Winters tale,' 812, !
Hiullli As hi I. his see lis, 1117.3.
H111III1 - Wlint can literature du fc,r
Vim D k-Flahefmnn'i luck, gH,
Soplniiiro Flrtion '
Aldrli'h Miirjorle Daw and other,