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DULY EAST 0HEC50HIAN, rEHDLETON, OREOOIT, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1820.
Social and Club News
r ) hthda? is honored
Mra. I. J. Mockmatt and Mrs. o. A.
fllmimm extended delightful hospital
ity lam evening when at thoir hlaldlng
group nf frelnds called unannounced
l the horn of Mm. W. J. Stockman to
congratulate her on the occasion of
her birthday anniversary. In th
party were Rev. and Mrs. John .Secor.
Mr. and Mra. M. A. Klahy, Mr. and
Mra. O. W. Rt'gg. Mr. and Mra. Kiss
inger. Mr. and Mm D. B. Waffle. Mrs.
Kurah LeHue, Mra. it. I Ollven W. T.
Itlghy, Mr. and Mra. 8tockman and
Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. The evening
waa spent Informally and Inviting baa
kMe, brought by the caller, were un
packed for a delightful supper.
iR8. HARTMAX rtETlRXS
Mra. fleorge Hartman has returned
from Walla Walla where she sixnt
few daya as the guest of Mrs. Phil
INSPIRATION CIA-B TO MEET
The Inspiration Club is to meet to
morrow afternoon at the home of Mra
Carmen Cole, 1201 East Court street.
KETVnX FROM PORTLAND ,
Mra. N. D. Swearingen and Mra. T
D. Taylor returned last evening from
Portlund where they have been visit
in for ih past few daya. '
WILL ATTEND WRDDINO
Mra. Charles H. Marsh plana to
leave tomorrow night for Portland
where she is to be a guest at the mar
riage of Miss Alberta Cavenoer and
Osborne B. Morrow. The Oregonlun
today announces the wedding pluna of
the former Pendleton girl, all of the
itttndants being relatives of the bride
to be. Thtf note follows:
Tha marriage of Miss Alberta Cav
emler and Osborne M. Morrow will be
solemnized next Thursday evening tn
the Henson hotel. Rev. F. C. 8tan
nard, an uncle of the bride, will come
from Chehalia to officiate. Delbert C.
Stannard will he fcest man. Miss Dale
Coshow of Roseburg will be maid of
honor and Miss May A I bee will be
bridismald. Dainty, attractive young
attendants will fce Thomas Bishop,
Katherlne Ann Clark, Elizabeth Jane
Bishop, Alice And Ann Morrow and
Jean Allegrani. Mm. John Clark will
I play the wedding march .and Jack
Loder will play violin solos. The
j bride-elect has been feted at numcr
'eus tens and informal Incheona given
since the announcement of. her en-
HOPF'S V V S T A I It S SHOP F U It W O M K N
PHENOMENAL SALE OF
Suits formerly selling to $59.50
Suits formerly selling to 879.50
Suits formerly selling to 897.50
Great Reductions on
COATS AND DRESSES
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE 8 TORE
Is Your Skin Tender?
Is Your Beard Tough?
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wiry you can get a cool, comfortable shave every
day. Use the AutoStrop Razor the razor that
sharpens its own blades.
Built right into the frame of the AutoStrop Ra
zor is a remarkable self stropping device, simple
and efficient, which renews the fine, keen edge of
the AutoStrop blade day after day. 500 cool, com
fortable shaves are guaranteed for each dozen
We sell them on a THIRTY DAYS TRIAL. No
money down, just take it home and trp it for 30 days.
IIMPHS' DRUG SI
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
gagement. The wedding will be an
Informal faintly gathering.
PARENTS OF LITTLE SON.
The following note from the Poit
land Oregontan will be of Interest to
I'endlcton trlends: "
"Mr. and Mrs. 'Eugene Noon Good
(Georgia Cross) are being congratulat
ed upon the arrival of a son, tiorn (Oc
tober SO. The little fellow has been
named Chi gene Noon Good, JrH
Mr. Good waa rormerly associated
with his father in the management of
Hotel Pendleton. Since the death of
his father hlch occurred recently in
Walla Walla, Mr. Good has been nriti
uglng the Hotel Dacrea. '
PASS THROUGH PENDLETON.
Miss Lillian Littler, formerly of
Hermiston, and Miss 'Eva Von Berg,
of Albert Lea, Minnesota, passed
through Pendleton today on their way
to Eueene where they will attend tthe
University of Oregon Homecoming.
Miss Littler after her graduation from
University of Oregon, attended Colum
bia University and later was In war
work as a dietician, while Miss Von
Berg was also In war work. Both
girls expect to remain In the west tor
PASSENGERS ARB GREETRQ
Passengers on No. 17.. who wer
greeted by Pendleton friends today
were Mr. and Mrs . Merlin Batley of
Twin Falls, Idaho. Mr. Batley, who is
a former university of Oregon student,
made frlenos In Pendleton during
ttours of the Glee Club and la als-
known to nany former university folk
bore. Mr. and Mrs. Bart ley are en
route to Eugene to be guests at the an
nual "homecoming" at the university.
AID WILL MEET
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will
meet tomorrow afternoon in the re
ception rooms of the church, the
ladles having been asked to bring
needles and thimbles. Hostesses for
the afternoon will be Mrs. Thomas
Hampton, Mrs. J. B. McCook, Mrs. E.
Gil landers, Mrs. Fred Lteuallen, Mrs.
David Johnson, Mrs. Charles Cole,
Mrs. George Ferguson, Mrs. R. Hay
den and Mrs. A. M. Chrystall.
ELKS DANCE ANTICIPATED
An event of Interest ts anticipated
In tlje first of the series of winter
dancej to be given by the Elks. The
affair is scheduled for tomorrow night
at the club rooms an j it is to be Infor
mal. Dancing is to be supplemented
by cards for those who are attracted
to the tables rather than the ball room.
MISS BELTZ DEPARTS.
Miss Ethel Beltz, who since July has
been a guest at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Belts, le't to
day for Portland for an extended stay
with relati'ts and frlrnds. Later
she will return to 8a 1 Francnsca,
AID SOCIETY WILL MEET.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth
odist Episcopal church is to meet at
the home of Mrs. Abe Molstrom, SI 2
Jackscn street, Wednesday afternoon,
the meeting being scheduled for l:tO
DIVISION' ORDFKFJ FILLED
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. (A. P.)
The war department today ordered the
second division, at Camp Travis, Texas
tecruited to its full strength immed
iately. The reason given was that un
der the national defense act one divi
sion must be at full strength, nnd the
Second was selected. . It ts now 6000
ASSOdATIO.V WILL HEAR
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ton has a stenographer who' Is also
local bffice representative of the Trl
State Auto Club. Offices of the lat
ter organizatioa are maintained in the
Commercial Association quarters. By
the new plan this secretary might al
so be employed to assist the managing
secretary of the Elks lodge, in the
WE HAVE DECIDED TO START NOVEMBER THE
FIRST TO SELL FOR CASH ONLY.
5 a S
If credit is wanted we will give same after com
ing to a thorough understanding.
We can also reduce the price of our goods consid
erably on account of going on a cash basis, which
will benefit you also.
mm flour & Gin co.
SATIN IS POPULAR
220 E. Court Street
l-00 W. Alt Street
Send Apples to Your Friends
We are shipping apples daily to all parts of the
United States. We know nothing will be more
acceptable to your friends, than a box of our fine
We specialize in fine apples,and handle more
fine apples than any retail store in Eastern Ore
gon. T he reason is the quality of the apples.;
WTe will handle apples from the John Ross
ranch on the little Walla Walla river this season.
No better apples raised. We will let the public be
Rome Beauty, Winter Bananas, Blue Winter
Pearmains, Delicious, Spitzenbergs, Yellow New
ton, Arkansas Black, Black Twigs and Jonathans.
From $2.00 to $4.50 per box
Store opens at 7 u. ni. every morning.
Qray Jros. (jrocery (Jo.
DEFY WINTRY WINDS
' ftetebsb is a frock of blscli
ertpe-back satin with fine car
tridge plaitlngs "er chiffon threa
inches wide let into the sides snd
back of the skirt, leaving a front
panel of plain satin. The skirt
is glren a harem bem and car
tridge plaiting outlines the round
beck snd short sleeves. From un
derneath the satin blouse falls a
series Jot bright bine ribbon loop
of vastus length.
It may be cold In frozen Siberia
bat not fct you're all bundled
np tn furry coats, mufflers and
cape, as are the Red Cross nurses,
pictured above. These two Amer
ican girls, nnder the auspices ot
tbs American Red Cross, are les
sening the sufferings of Siberians,
torn by - Bolshevist revolutions,
stagnstion of Industry, and st
tasfcs by Japanese.
ACHES AND PANS
SLOAN'S GETS 'ED I
Fatnous pain and ache Liniment,
kept handy, brings warminj,
RHEUMATIC twinges ease up
soon. So Mo still joints, lame
back, neuralgia, overtaxed mus
cles, and those pains from weather ex
posure, too they don't fieht long
against the counter-irritation that
sloan s Liniment produces.
Always keeD this old family friend
handy for instant use a little pene
trates without rubbing, leaving no skin
stains, muss, or clocked pores. Its
very odor healthy and stimulating
suggests the good it will do.
All druggists. Three sizes 35c, 70c,
i joixcot sue is most economical.
COMMUNITY PLAY WILL
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. (U. P.)
Reports that textile manufacturers
contemplate a general wage reduction
as a step toward lowering prices were
received today by John Golden, inter
national president of the United States
Workers of America with the declara
tion: "We will fight." He declared
that the first persons who must accept
a reduction In 'wages are the stock
holders. Next must come the extrem
ely high paid executives. When all
this is done it will be round that there
is no reason for reducing the wages of
the textile workers."
POOR nOMAX MARKS SACRIFICE
"For years I have doctored for Indi
gestion and severe bloating wlth gas,
all my money had gone for doctors and
medicine which did me no good. I
bed lost all faith in medicines and as
i have to work hard for the few dol
lars I earn, was afraid to risk any
more money. A year ago my neigh
bor told me to try Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy. I have found It to be the
best medicine in the world and am
glad I made the sacrifice." It Is u
simple, harmless preparation that re
moves the catarrhal mucus from the
Intestinal tract and allays the Inflam
mation which causes practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,
including ppendicitla, 'One dose will
convince or money refunded. Drug
(East Oregonlan Special.)
BOA ROMAN, Nov. 8. Parts have
been assigned for a community play
entitled "Al Martin's Country Store"
to be given just before the holidays un
der the auspices of the Parent-Teachers'
Work in connection with the Armis
tice Day celebration now shows a
J100 Reward. $100
Catarrh is a local disease grsatly Influ
ncd by constitutional conditions. 1
thsrsfor rtquirss constitutional treat
m.nt. HALL'S CATARRH MEDIClN'i
s taken internally and acts th.-ough tbi
Blood on th Mucous Surfaces of ths Bys
tm. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
dastroya tbs foundation of ths dlaaase,
KlVM the cattant alranath fav tmnrovlna
the genera health and assists nature u
doing Its work. 100.(O for any caes of
Catarrh that HALL'S CAVARRB
BauiLi. ej iaus io cure.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free,
r. J. Cheney 4s Co., Toledo. Ohio,
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Disease and
rtsoaaea of Women. X-Uay Electro
Temple Bide. Room 11
. F. O. Elks
Has the dance committee called on you yet? If
not, don't feel disappointed if you have been over
looked it's just because you have been out of town
or hiding. They have looked everywhere for you.
Their object is to let you know that the first of their
whirlwind dances will be held Wednesday the 10th.
Very informal just a good get together affair
punch, cards, music, dancing and all the trimmings.
Tickets sell for one dollar for each dance and
this dollar will net you the biggest returns on your
dollar ever received. If you haven't a ticket, come
anyway for you will find several of the boys more
than anxious to sell you any amount from one to a
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THIS WEEK ON ALL
CLOTH AND PLUSH '
v COATS - iH
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imnleted program. There will be
devotional exercises, community slng
.ng. recitations, speeches by the boys
and an address by U. Walter Cllvens.
of Kent, Oregon.
The local Farm Bureau la planning
to send a delegation to Heppner for a
county meeting, Friday, Nov. 12.
Chester H. Qray, member of the exe
cutive committee of the American
Farm Bureau Federation, George
Mansfield, president of the Oregon
Federation, and Oscar Klethly, pres
ident of the county organisation will
explain the function of the several or
ganizations and a vote will be taken as
to Joining the state federation.
Citlsena are well pleased with road
development activities In this section..
The Columbia Highway i being
smoothed up and feeders, graded and
gravelled, and the Heppner-Columbii
Rlvsr road Is being viewed.
For Expectant Mothers
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