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DAILY EAST CSEGONIAIT, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1920.
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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE i
J. C Penney Co., A Mationwide Institution
a ; 1' vl'i.r',T
. PENDLETON', ORE.' .
Opposite Hotel lVndlcton.
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BEARD'S CASH STORE
OPEN UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK S
Groceries for Your Sunday dinner All of the very
Vegetables and I-VwH". Candles and Xnts, also very complete.
Mtowiiig I'liniHiIng Goods for Moil. lry Goods and Xotkms,
JlcaOiibcr wo arc lirre until 10 o'clock Saturday Ivcniugs,
ee Phone 432 y
H 300 W. Webb Street
Wall Street .
Tliere are times, and we arc passing through such a
period, when corporations must araJI themselves of
Ktans from banks fur business expansion or carrying
Inventories. However, these baitk loans are funded
by bank syndicates in the form of bond issue. Oth
erwise anks would (won be burdened with FROZEN'
CltFJHTS, and during readjustments financial struc
tures would be in jeopardy of collapse. . . ... .....
Hut for Wall Street and its many nullifications, mak
ing public participation m tlie production and man
ufacture of commodities to Its present magiUtude
possible, wo would be many years behind in tlie
world's cconomlo oondJUons.
"Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon
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from constipation tie in football game
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That 13 the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No
griping results from these pleasant
little tablets. They cause the liver
and bowels to. act normally. They
never force them to unnatural action.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
soothing, healing, vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil.
If you have a bad taste, bad breath,
feel dull, tired, are constipated or
bilious, you'll find quick and sure re
sults from Dr. Edwards' little Olive
Tablets at bedtime. 15c and 30c a box.
LABOR TEMPLE, PENDLETON. OREGON'
SHI 11KI1TS OIUGIXAL JAZZ OF CHICAGO
Returning east from the coast and British Columbia
Singing Novelties Melody Jazz Dancing 9:30 to 1 A.
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Dr. David B. Hill
Artificial Teeth a
X-Ray Diagnosis ,
' Pendleton, Oregon
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronlo and Nervous Dlaeaaea and
Disease of Women. X-Raj Electro
Temple Bldg. Boom 11
DR. C. H. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 21 and 26 Smith-Crawford
Telephone 704 Rea. T4I-B
Heats your house with one-third the fuel
Burns wood or coal equally well
A high grade parlor heater. Built especially for use
of both wood and coal.
The Radium has duplex grate. By simply turning
grate, stove is changed from wood to coal. The shape of
stove is such that wood will lay flat on grates. Has hot
blast tube, also gas burner on side of firepot, which makes
it an ideal coal heater.
Let us put a Radium in your home. Your floor is al
ways warm if you have a Radium heater.
Heating: Stoves from $12.50 up
Your old ttove taken in exchange
Cruikshank & Hampton
ruuew M QUALITY COUNTS I34-J2S K. Webb St.
attach It to any lamp r-x kct.
With the Simplex Electric
Sunbowl Radiator you can ln
rtantly have the radiant warmth
f the summer sun from any
The Inverted cone-shaped el
tctric heating element and its
generous sized reflector makes
;his radiator not only the hot
test and mo.st cheerful but also
the most economical of them
all. It takes no more current to
operate than your electric: Iron
J. L. VAUGIIAN
I'liouo 13 200 K. Court
(East Orcgonlan Hpccial.)
ATHENA, NOV. 15. John Bannis
ter was in the city from Weston Wed
nesday. In a football game between Athena
tnd I'mapine at Weston, the I'maplne
team was held to a tie, 6 to g by Athe
Lee Johnson and Frank McDonald
were Pendleton visitors Friday.
Mrs. Hugh Onstol and children ar
rived In the city Wednesday from Aso
tin Washington and are visiting friends
and relatives for a few days.
John Hall has returned from Mor
tmv county where he has been employ
ed on the J. N. Scott farm.
The Chautauqua opened Thursday
evening In the high school auditorium.
The program .will be held for five
Dr. and Mis. C H. Srmlth and Judge
Jacob Kanzler of Portland, who has
been their guest for the past two days
motored to Pendleton Thursday even
Musterole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints Drives Out Pain
Youll know why thousands use
Musterole once you experience the
glad relief it gives.
Get a jar at once from the nearest
drug store. It is a clean, white oint
ment, rnade with the oil of mustard.
Better than a mustard plaster and does
not blister. Brings ease and comfort
while it is being rubbed on I
Musterole is recommended by many
doctors and nurses. Millionsof jarsare
used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff
neck, asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the
back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (itoften prevents pneumonia).
3oc and 63c jars; hospital size 3.CKJ
THE FORDSON TRACTOR
The surest sten of the i vrdwiu sncw Is the Imi
tation by comiK-tltors as there liavc been dozens of
different makes of tractors manufactured hi tlio past
two years designed after tlio Fordson.
( Henry Ford built, rebuilt and tcsu-d the Fordson
for years before it was put on tlio market two years
ago, but now lit stands head and shoulders above any
other make in the lifilit tractor field. In fuot over one
third of all tractors In use In the Cnltod Stains today
are Fordons.. This Is uniipio as then; are something
like two hundred makes offered for hale. Jt speaks
Tor sturdhicss of construction., abundant power and
case of haiidliiiK.
The Fordson will take any ordinary six .mule load
and handle It any where. It is the logical power for
summer fallow mrt for the wheat fanner us It will
liaudlo tlus work day after day, using an average "of
less tiiaii two gallons per aire. Dust cannot harm
he working parts as all are enclosed dust proof ami
carburetor is cquiiqxMl with air washer that waslK-s
ill air taken in.
Give us a chan to demonstrate, on your farm,
the work the Fordson is callable of doing-. Work of
all kinds. Plowing, dlwin. hamming, huiddng,
seeding, and power work wicli us wood sawing, liay
chopping, feed grading, etc.
Drop In or call us up and our Ir'uclor man will
be glad to demonstrate to you on your own farm with
no obligation to buy If we cannot eulncc you tluit It
Is the handiest, clieaiih'st and moH practical power
you can ue.
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408. Comer Water & Johnson Sts.
$19.75, $22.50, $27.50,
$32.50, $37.50, $42.50',
Many Men Are Putting on
Our Overcoats at Our Low
Without the hysteria, exag
gerations and glamor of so
called "clearance sales"1 our men
customers find here in our" quiet"
and dignified assurance of price
protection, savings that demon
strate more clearly and favor
ably under unsettled market con-.
ditions the worth of our concen
trated merchandising -methods.
Specialists in our New 'York, r
St. Paul and St. Louis offices
give us daily advice on market
conditions whereby we are . al
ways able to offer newest mer
chandise at prices faithfully re
flecting present market values. ;
MACKINAWS $10.90, $11.90, $12.50, $14.75
For the man who prefers these shorter utility coats we .have a
pleasing assortment of plain and belted models with fabrics and pri
ces that mean comfort without extravagance.
J. C. Penney Cc A Mationwide lnstitation
irg where Judge Kanzler took the
evening train for his home in Port
land. lr. and Mrs. Charles Jlctts were
Pendleton visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Catron left Tues
day for Lebanon Oregon where they
will visit relatives for a time.
Dr. N. P. Bennet has closed his
dental office in Athena nnd will con
tinue his dental practice in Weston.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore have
rented the De Peatt residence where
they will make their home during the
Rev. Johnson of Bend has accepted
(he pastorate "t the Athena Baptist
church. Rev. Johnson will move hif
family to Athena in tho spring.
lira Tjoii Kidder entertained Tues
day evening at tho Harvey Catron
homo In honor of her nloce Miss Helen
Russell who is soon to becomo the
bride of Ralph lluynlc. A shower ot
cifts were bestowed upon tho young
ladv hv her many friends. Those
present were Mrs. C. I McFaddcn,
Mrs. Lela Zerba, Misses Vclma Mtins
field, Luclle Taylor, Zola. Keen, Edna
Pinkerton, Gladys and Hilda Dicken
son, lela and Velma (Schubert, Pearl
P.cmscy, Audra Winshlp, Savannah
Smith, Rea Allen, Frances Williams,
-K-tl T..nnn flnfn ot,,t Wlllthla
H.ivnle. T.uclnda Dell. Beulah and Dol-
llfc Banister and Hazel McFarland.
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TOKIO, Nov. 15. (A.' P.) Additi
onal fortifications, suitable for the
needs of modern warfare, are to he
built soon by Japan on the Bonin
Islands, lying to the southeast of Ja
pan proper, according to the Nlchi
Nichi. A number of military - ex
perts under the direction of Majoi
Kadona are reported to have loft for
the Islands on tho steamer Higo Muru
to make a preliminary survey for the
erection of the new forts.
The Japanese government has rea
lized for some time that changes In
the manner of warfare have rendered
some of the outlying defences of the
empire out of date, and the govern
ment It Is said, intends to., build at
least ten new strongholds along the
coasts of the Islands of Japan, the
first to be In the Bonin Islands. The
others for the present are 'unspecified.
The main island of the lionln group
is the landing place of the Japanese
cable from Toklo. From Bonin' mis
sages are relayed by the Pacific cable
to Guam and then to the I'nited
States via Midway and Monolulu.
f SUGAR, ALL YOU WANT, in 25 lb., 50 lb. and 100 lb.
i , MCKft, ac me iowei price. ;;; , . j; r i
I BUTTER Danish Brand, lb 60c
m Milk, Federal Brand -.U.....:.,...13c
Milk, Hebe Brand, 2 for ...........25c
Milk, Carnation Brand ..15c, 7 for $1.00
HILLS Red Coffee, 1 lb., 55c; 5 lb.', $2.70
1 , Hills Blue Coffee 1 lb. 40c 3 lb. $1.15
1 Quaker Corn Flakea .'.1 ...2 for 25c
- , .', M
I Peaches, No. 2 tins sliced or halves, each .'. 35c fj;
it Pineapple, tin ...20c, 35c and 45c gf
XOX-VNIO.V Mi:X VNITE.
WASHINGTON, Nov. IS. Employ
es have undertaken to organize non
union workers in an effort to establish
"open shop," according to Information
given President Gomtiers. According
to his reports today the employers
have given the organization tho name
I The New 1921
have arrived. Come in and look
Qregon, jtyfotor (jarage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET
"American Union." . ,