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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAJT, PENDLETOIT, OREGON,
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1920.
News of Pendleton
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CALFyVDAll OF EVENT
li-25 Hed Crosa
Nov. 13. University o
(on homecoming, Eugene.
Nor. 1S-J0 Paclflo Interna-
tlonal Livestock Exposition, Fort-
clio In now gruveled all tho way
from l'endloton to Campbell und with
the exception of two short stretches
beyond is also In excellent condition.
The first 10 miles to ('umpbell are as
Hood OA paved nJshway and motorists
going to the west end are iming thin
route In preference to the old road
over th hill.
Nov. 22. American Legion
Nov. 25. ThnnknKlvlnn.
Dec. . Annual Meeting
Dec. 10. iiale of Indian lands,
agency. ; .
C.vtn Duck Limit.
J. J. llamlcy Spent Sunday hunting
duck! on the river near Hcrmtston and
waa rewarded with a limit bug of 25
will be remembered by local people
because of his appearance in 1'endlo
ton amateur theatricals,
Junic lii.-duy Wanted.
Tho lied Cross Is looking for James
Kasley. Ho Is reported to be working
at one of the state highway camps.
The lied Cross has Important Informa
tion for him.
Hlver IUmuI III kkh! KIibM-.
The river road between ltlnth and
I'kiture In IU"lvl.
An excellent photograph of George
lluckalhuin, former I'ciKlleton boy
who is winning success on the screen.
was received today by David Hwanson
from llackathorn who Is now at
Hollvwood. California, llackathorn
has been engaged In the playing of
parts In "To I'lease One Woman,"
The Bin of Martha Queed." "What
Do Men Want?" and "Married Stran
gers," all I-ols Weber productions,
and "Last of tho Mohicans." a Mau
rice Tourneur production. Ho has not
been seen on the screen for the past
year a he has kept busy during the
filming of the new productions, llack
athorn played in "Huckleberry Mnn
and other moving picture plays.
llond Interest la)u bio Today. ' '
Interest on liberty bonds ,f tho c.
ond loan Is payable today, November
15, at all tanks und persons holding
the bonds were clipping coupons and
collecting their money today.
Kjiittein Are Needed.
Knitters are needed, accnrdl ntr in
the local Hed Cross office. Yarn and
needles will be furnished to anyone
who calls at the office, old under
clothing Is wanted also, as it can be
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
OREGON BUDDED FRANQUETTE WALNUTS
The fineat Walnut Crown
Wealio have THE NEW CROP AfvlONDS,
BRAZILS, FILBERTS and PECANS in tock.
NEW CROP SEEDED and SEEDLESS RAISINS,
CURRANTS, CITRON and ORANGE PEEL
OUR OWN make pure apple cider.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
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Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(PrtiaM Exchange Connects Hotta Drpai h M
FIAB UltOCEIUKS AND UKAT
NlaiiTifld Worsted ,y xjm.
An error In typesetting gave Hubert
N. Htnnflcld 000 fewer voles than he
actually received. In a tabulation of
the recent county ballots, published
Saturday. Mr. Btanfleld received 3!)69
votes but the toluls read 8069.
I'rlco Nit nml,
Although the retail price for
Thanksgiving turkeys has not yet been
fixed, "tie price, as estimated by lo
cal grocers, will probably.be 4 5 cents
a pound for dressed birds. This is
approximately the same price as was
paid last year.
Newer Nearly Completed.
All pipe has been laid and connect
ed for the Turner street sewer and
the crew with the exception of three
men, laid off The remaining ihro.
ure finishing up the manholes on the'
system and by the latter part of this
week will have completed the project,
city Engineer Hayes said today. The
connections will be ready for use by
New Highway Viewed
J County Judge C H. Marsh and
Commissioner G. I Dunning left by
auto this morning to view the proKress
; i n the old Oregon Trail between Hieth
'nnd Kcho. It is expected that the
1 graveling will be completed by the
end of this year. Commissioner An
i rterson was unable to accompany his
colleagues because of an operation on
his nose performed on S.uurday
Pleasure in Buying
' Your Gifts
We have a method of displaying our goods,
marking them in such a way as to make the buying
of Christmas gifts a pleasure, easy to see and choose,
and with the assurance that you are .getting the best
for the price, no matter what the price.
We have this year the largest and most complete
stock of toys and gifts that we have ever had, an early
choice will be to your advantage. Shop early while
our line is yet complete. You will be able to get what
We are this year the headquarters for Santa
Pay Cash r'endMon'a Variety Store Sare Cash
Drunk Cacx XiimU'r Three.
Two Indians and one white man
was the toll of too much alcohol over
the week j?nd. Miss Toppenlsh and
Mitchell Thompson .redskins, put up
$10 bail for their release on Sunday
and forfeited by their non-appearance
for trial this morning. Henry Mitch
ell, white, was unable to pay tho fine
of (10 assessed against him for being
drunk and started to serve out his
five days' tentence.
.Twcntr-Nlx Hats Made.
Twenty-six winter hats were made
at the three day millinery school held
I recently in Umatilla under the direc
tion of Mrs. Edith O. Van Deusen,
home demonstration agent. Mrs. Van
Deusen gays that the hats are attrac
tive and fashionable, altholgh no ex
treme or intricate models were at
tempted. New hats were made and
old hats remodelled. The school will
be repeated In tho spring.
Cheaper Living Expenses
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CLEAN OUT POOR.
A full line Porcelain Ranges,
Easily kept clean. No
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No Ncr Malls Sclicdule.
The local postoffice had received no
new mall schedule despite the change
In time schedule of trains, says Lester
Cronln, local postmaster. No. 6.
which now carries only mail ai,i ex
press, arrives at 4:40 a. m. but Mr.
Cronin says that he has not been no
tified that there Is a clerk on the train.
No. 5, however, brings eastern mall at
1:18 a. m. and has a clerk. No. 24.
which runs on No. 6's old tlmo, brings
the Portland mall.
County Men Appointed.
Three I'maUlla county men have
been appointed members of standing
committees of the grand lodge of the
Knights of Tythias to serve during
tho ensuing year nnd at the next an
nual convention of the grand lodge In
Portland next October. Those who
were appointed aro W. W. Wasser. of
Milton, mileage and per dlcm com
mitteo; William Purchase of Pcndlc-
lun, committee on rules, and J. T.J
ninKie, or Hermiston. necroloirv mm
Delinquencies Quickly Checked.
An example of the efficiency of the
new system of accounting recentlv In
stalled in the city water department
offices was given this month when
delinquent notices were available for
mailing on the eleventh, lust a dnv ft.
- me srace. period exn res. spi
delinquents who received notices and
failed to, respond were later cut off
and penalized 1. ITndcr the old svs
tem It was the fifteenth or later before
.....MuvNLii's cuuia ne checked up and
nearly the end of the month before
miliums couia be made. As a result,
"" iu improving in lno walor
" p. me torce reports.
Name "Bayer" uu Genuine
IvrH.rWN'H I.I' ADINO KTORF
Use trie Phonei
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
THE BIG SALE IS ON J
IN OUR READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT. MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY
Large reductions on all Winter Wearing Apparel. All from our regular stocks. Fresh, clean, smart,
beautiful styles and excellent material. H
Many women will have an opportunity to buy a very "worth while" dress, suit or coat at prices that g
are so low that no one could resist them. . ' f S
Really, to see all the stunning, luxurious coats, the lovely suits, and dresses of every type, styles for
every occasion, at these positively low prices, make one feel like buying enough clothes to last a year.
For every requirement, from simple,
tailored, serviceable untility coats to
finest, softest fur-trimmed imported
Coats of velour, bolivias, veldyrie, plush,
duvetyn and peachbloom.
The coats that are trimmed, have large,
warm collars and cuffs. Sometime a wide
band of beaver, opossum, natural wolf,
The colors include every thing from prac
tical dark shades to the more novelty
The most becoming browns, tans, navy,
rookie and Nankeen.
This entire sale is inviting because of Low
Prices, Smart Styles and excellence of ma
terials and workmanship.
We have a fine line of ladies coats
have priced at $25.00.
Heavy Salts Peco Plush at $37.50.
And all of the higher quality coats
ducecl to Very Attractive Low Prices.
SALE ON DRESSES
Included in this fine collection are dresses
of crepe de chine, serge, velvets, Georgette,
tricolettes, tricotine and duvetyne.
Perfectly charming dresses in the large
extensive collection ; dresses exquisite in de
tail; many copies of importations, all sur
prisingly 'lovely in style and absolutely good
Dresses for general utility, dressier
frocks for luncheons, pretty dinner dresses
and party gowns.
Serge Dresses from. ...... . $19.50 to $29.50
Tricotine from $25.00 o $49.50
Georgette Dresses $21.00 to $39.50
Satin Dresses $22.50 to $49.50
Party Dresses $22.50 to $59.00
Dinner Dresses $29.50 to $49.50
SALE ON SUITS
Our entire stock of suits to go and go quickly so
they are marked at a phenomenally low price to
clear them out.
Tricotines, duve de lains, peach blooms, veldyne
and silvertines. Beautifully tailored, some quite
mannish and severe, others more feminine, most ef- g
fectively trimmed with season's approved furs, 3
Hudson seal. E
Our SUITS are mostly all marked 1-2 of original e
price. ' . .
Extra good assortment of 16, 18. j
2.50 Per Box and Up 1
Hour Inquiries rotvUcd
-inquiries on flour qiicUtions arc
..iwn.i i.v local millers nnd an
indication of possible renewed activity
is seen. The demand comes from ex
porters nnd it is thought that sonic
business wJll bo taken on hore shortly.
Local mills have not bought much
wheat this yr and farmers will not
sell, now, so they are unable to rignre
far ahead. Mills that are operating
now are running one shift a day.
Friday of the month as scheduled, the
latter date falling on the Friday after
Thanksgiving when there Is no school.
The November 19 meeting is set for
It's criminal to take a chance on anv
ulwlitutc for "Haver Tablets of As
pirin." I'nlcsH you see the name
'Uayer'' on package or on tablets vou
re not getting genuine Aspirin pres
cribed hv physicians for tyenty-ono
years and proved rsfe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Huycr
package for Colds, Headache. Neural
gia, liheuniatisiu, Karache, Tooth
ache, Lumbago and for rain. Handy
tin bnxea of twelve tahleta cost few
cents. Druggists also sell larger pack
ages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of
Iltnyer Manufacture of Monoaceticacid
"ster ef Saltcylicacld.
C-olf Tournament Not Held
Local golf enthusiasts did not go to
Walla Walla yesterday, as planned.
for an interclub tournament between
i'sjidleton, LewiMon and Walla Walla.
There was nothing more heard from
the Harden City liuh regarding the
tournament proposed two weeks ago
and It Is thought here that chilly
weather had something to do with the
proposal's being dropped. Several of
the more devoted ones In the Pendle
ton cluli played a nine or IS holes on
Sunday despite t lie crimpy air.
The abundant health
giving properties of
are as needful to Ajs,
adults as to children. V$S
Soolt & llownf n'nemfifld. N J.
Itetiirn from lleppner Trip.
Pendleton tiddfellows who went to
lleppner Saturday night to put on rit
ualistic work for the lleppner lodge I Kmiini
returned yesterday by autos, ThelSnx Slurs. Hluo ohiisato and 217 other
Afiult-bc cinnors tuirht In 12 liss.tn
ny ihhii. iNo imnrr ivqmivrt, Sfh
InHtrtictioti course for advanced ni
utiists. l.crn 17 ty!r of Hhsm, ISO Svnoo
pntod efiV,ta. r.Iua llfirmonv. Ori'nntl
t 'hi in, Movip nnd t'f Just, Truk
Clover IirHka. Smi. Fill-rt.
party that wunt ruineu an exrollvnt
The rurfiit-TtfAuhcrV Hsociatiun of
I he Lincoln sclimd t to meet on Fri
day, November tutftvutl o( tho thirj
uhjfctH. jm-luatnir Kar I'lavlmr. itnlv
wtnrsp in PxiMt-nre t-arhiiK up-to-the
minute pl nitf or I'npular Music in
I rCAL Jhjii Form. A rcmiHl briimn ,ur
KKKK 8pfilHl ff,r. stntc hthrr
beginner, medium or ad v nerd.
I1T vttciMe St..
How about a big, fine loaf of Butter
Krust Bread. The finest Portland
, Bread sold in Pendleton.
Large loaf 15e, full 1 1-2 lbs.
Small loaf 10e,fulhvt. lib. '
Bye, Whole Wheat, Graham and
"le Table Supply"
Phono 187 and 188
739 Main Stria,
DE5PA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR