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DAILY EAST OREGOJJIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGOIT, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10,. 1920..
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We ate Ofietrng Lovet Prices on AH Kinds of Seasonable, Vlf anted 'Apparel- J
; The qualities are llie.sanic Jiigh $tamlurtlt veye simply lowered the price. You'll fret tlie best for th; .price, no matter what the price, here in Pendleton's
Greatest Department Store, where it pays o trade. ' ; , . . 2
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S
OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT
GOWNS AND PAJAMAS
AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES'
Colored or plain while. Here are the
prices, read them carefully, then come
and buy your winter's supply am! save
on every article.
LOT 1 Includes women's
and children's govns from
$1.1)8 to $2.75. Specially priced
at . $1.35
LOT 2 Includes women's
and children's gowns at $3.00,
$3.75 to $4.50. Specially priced
LOT 3 Includes women's and children's
pajamas at $1.50, $1.98 to $2.50. Specially
priced at $L1q
LOT 4 Includes women's and chiidren's
pajamas at, $3.00, $3.50 and $3.75. Specially
priced at $2.75
, LOT Includes women's and children's
pajamas at $4.50 and $4.75. Specially priced
a : $3.25
T. P. W. PURE FOOD SHOP
In Our Model Grocery Basement
SERVICE ECONOMY CLEANLINESS
3 Main Line Phones, all 15.
All Other Depts. 22.
Citron, per pound 85c
Orange and Lemon Peal, pound 75c
Raisins, per package 35c
Currants, per package 40c
Apples, per box . .' 75c
Cider, sweet, per quart 55c
Cider, boiled 45c and 90c
Bacon, Cooked Ham, Dried Beef, Sliced to
The best and the cleanest at guaranteed
MEN'S OUTING FLANNEL
NIGHT GOWNS AND PAJAMAS
Are AH Greatly Reduced. We are Pendleton
agents for the wel known "Brighton Carls
bad" make of Bight gowns and pajamas, they
have few equals and no superiors. The quali-'
ties are wonderfully good. The make can't be
beaten. Every wanted style is here. Now is
the time for you to prepare for winter and
; save on your warm sleeping garments.
t-.tu rMignt uowns and Pajamas
$3.00 Night Gowns and Pajamas
$3.50 Night Gowns and Pajamas
Reduced to ;
$4.00 Night Gowns and Pajamas
Reduced to .
4.50 Night Gowns and Pajamas
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I MEN'S SUITS AT $36.50
I These are the greatest values we've
I been able to offer in years. All wool
I hard finished worsteds that will wear 5
I as long as you'll want them to. , ,,, :
I Pure all wool Oregon cassimeres' in
very choice patterns, guaranteed to I
give satisfaction. , , ,t (,
I All sizes, in regulars and stouts. It
I wil pay you to investigate. Your choice
I of these suits
I ! ' ; . $36;5() '
THE KENILWORTII GIFT SHOP
is splendidly ready with a very select lot of
new and practical gift novelties such as candle
sticks, bowls, nut bowls, lamps, book ends,
vases, etc. A visit to this popular section on
the second floor will interest you.
NEW FUR TRIMMINGS -
We-are offering a new and beautiful as
sortment of fine Fur Trimmings in Sealetts,
Wooletts, Coneys, in a G inch 'idth, colors
black brown and taupe. Prices- $4.50 to $12
per yard. ' ; ,
FALL AND WINTER COATINGS In all the wanted colors and shades. We call yovur
particular attention to the new wool duvetines,' velours, polo cloths, gold tones, the beauti
ful tweeds. Priced from $3.75 to $13.00
NEWS OF. PENDLETON'S. POPULAR
Our CAMIAtONf or 'FlUCS nKHIJOtlON Suti m-t tin hp
nrovul of the i sroful Hlioppent. Thin In helnir evldencecl ty
the extra heavy tnule, we are enjoying. . ' -
One of out nutonei hea.vct a greiU nlfh of relief when
h mw the din "Gininum, 15c." , i ',
P. O. S. In the bent aluminum cleaner on the market. It
In n pink aluminum noup contained In hIk ureel wool pads
and comee 8 pads In t Purton for 39o, . .
When you hear some one wpeak of wood, (iilck, renrleoua
Bervlcie from pleasing, aloil ulipeople Just think of The Uar-,
If the kiddle crlea for a doll don't feel as though It would
"break" you to buy one. Yon ean olwuys buy IMUJ.ft la th
II. B. at "more thun reasonable" prices.
Our advertisement of Good Wnrm Illalikete of full double
width at (3.8? nearly cleanod us out. We Hold t tduliket
In 36 minutes. - Oolng some we'll Bay. There are still a few
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' When Old Man H. C. I.. Blares you In the face Jttet think
of the H. It. where there Is a big bin piled lilg with hlU
dien's winter hats and caps, all marked 4e.
Ono of our n. 1. patrons had a "auerslng Content' with her
friends and neighbors several nights ago. They guessed on
the price he paid for her pretty dress. The guesse ran all
the way from $45.1)0 to f dft.no. Sin- bail paid riuclly 27.t
for It in The. Itargaln llascmcnl. ' .!.', '' -
"Why don't yon name It The Hepurtmenf of Pleasant -fiur- 3
prlsost" this came from one of our regular putrons who M S
that she never entered this Bargain Hhop but what (he was j
most pleasantly and agreeably surprised with an abundance 5
of good bnrgulns. S
"Some Aluminum Stale," said evei-ybody who attended our
big sale. They were ull snrpiimd to find auah oo4 g
heavy ware at this price. g
We are calling your attention to SHOES! You can make s
muny good savings among our shoes. 3
We have Just received another shipment of liable "nock- g
-Bye" Swings. -We have received two stylea of swings. In- S
;ludlng nprlng. S
jwlng and Spring with back g
Swing and Spring without hack ; g
WOOL REMNANTS .,.
One fair sized lot of good usable lengths of '
good materials, some pieces containing as f
much as 4 to 5 yards. Price 1-3 to 1-2 Off.
BOYS' SUITS, OVERCOATS AND
. Are Greatly Reduced. , ,
IWHKRE IT PAVfl TP TOopr f
IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT THIS STORE
Ea.n Oregonian Special.)
VRtAH, Nov. IS. There will be a
Thanksgiving dance. In J. H. Wagners
bell thanksgiving night and there will
also be a thanksgiving program by the
school, but the date has not been set
Frank. Kilbert left Thursday for
Portland with a launch of fine beef
, A dance was given Thursday night
CUT Tins OUT -IT IS
' DON'T MISS THIS. Cot out this
lip, endoe it with 5c end mail to Foley
A Co.. 7843 ShefheM Ave., Chicago, 111.,
writing toot name end nddreei clearly.
Yon will receive in return a trial package
containing Foley's Honey and Tar Coin
pomd, for braocniel and la grippe coughs
cold and croup) Foley Kidney Pub, lor
back, weak kidney, rbcematrttn,
bladder troubles; and Foley Cathartic Tab
k. a wholesome and thoroughly clean
ir cfhank tor conitipsiioa, biliooancM.
hfdhe and tlrgguh boweh. io" "
elto receive. I.ee of charge, FoleTJ
ramily Almanac, containing ' Alphabet
lor Children" jnd " Health Hiatt ;
Foley ' Booklet on "Kidney Diceajei
eod a lew ioiple uggetion for thoaa
having kidney and bldderrrouble.' lou
can ecure all tnwe for only 5c -
SAVE TOCKKEIJ' S I
by having your Raw Fur made Into
at our plaieT At the same time your
old one remodeled, repaired, cleaned
so they look like new. At prices that
are right. In
we mount anything from a fly to an
M. It- MOTIR
fiimkane, Wahli. 2 Uemard f., ,So.
Write about our deer head conteat.
Dr. David B. Hill
Artificial Teeth a
a-, the Monarch hall by Volly Peterson
as a treat to the young people on ac
count of his recent marriage. A good
time was had by those attending.
Mrs. Moore and children and Mrs.
H;nd and children left town Friday
eening to spent the week end at home
on the ranches.
Albert Peterson Is hauling wood
for J. H. Wagner.
When stepping off a porch" Thurs
day night, Polly Walker fell in such
ia manner as to almost break her arm
jat the elbow, which has caused her
! extreme pain since,
j A letter was received by friends
! from George Caldwell who is In Port-1
: land where Mrs. Caldwell was operated
on last Wednesday Nov. JO for goitre.
! Although her condition wag much
worse than they had realized, she "was
resting and doing nicety on Thursday;
All wish her a speedy recovery and a
Glen Martin who suffered a frac
tcre of the wrist the first of the week
is doing nicety and will be ready for
C. B. and It. E. Sturdivant were bus
Intra visitors In L'klah Saturday.
Henry Lazinka, Sr., and Henry Jr.
passed through town Saturday on their
way to the Lazinka ranch.
The weather is cold, cloudy and
disagreeable, with a little rain, but
indications are good for snow at any
There will be very few stock taken
out of Camas Prairie this winter, as
wost of the farmers have plenty of
hay to put them through, with the
excellent grasa on the range and tn the
Walter Helmick made a business
trip to Pilot Rock Saturday aid back.
Walker Kills was in town Saturday
from the Ellis ranch on business.
John Carter of Long Creek, was
registered at the Ukiah hotel Satur
day night. He 1s on his return home
with a bunch of registered thorough
bred cows and calves, which he w1il
keep on his farm, near Long Creek.
Marion Martin and Walter Kirk,
went to Pilot Rock the last of the
week with Frank Hubert's beef cattle.
Virgil Peterson made a trip to Pen
dleton and back on Saturday, on bus
iness. Alex Biiholts of Xye was in Ckiah
Faturdav and Sunday looking after
Wesley Slaughter and Jack Powell
left Sunday morning for Freewater,
going after fruit.
Kddie Xees ret'irned to Pilot Rock
Sunday after a few days visit at home
with his parents at I'kish.
For Expectant Mother
Csco Br True Ceieritioxs
m mc moui T asmtiNioo u nm . nn
uritui aiMUTM Ce Pin. M, Aruuin.
DC Shllts of Hermiston was a bus
iness visitor in Ukiah over Sunday.
Those on the roll of honor for the
month of October are as follows.
Sheldon Laurance, Loiena Ness,
Nellis Anderson, Grace Peterson, Beu
lah Moore, Russell Moore, Ruth
Moore, Ersel Oibbs, Lyman Peterson,
Rae Case, Ruby Case, Ervlns- Hynd,
Irwin Laurance, Georgia Martin, Leta
Peterson, Leila Helmick, Leona Gibbs,
Naoma Moore and Audrey Moore.
George Hinton of Range and Tassie
Metzker of Pilot Rock are new pupils.
Nellis Anderson of the seventh grade
left for Kansash Monday morning.
The pupils of the primary depart
ment perfect in the memorization of
October poems are as follows; Rae
Case, Ruby Case, Leila Helmick, Clar
ence Huston, Owing Hynd, Glen Mar
tin, Leta Peterson, Clarence Powell,
John Powell, Polly Walker, Willie
Walker, Kmma Walker, Charley Mills,
Nnma Moore, Audrey Moore.
All the pupils In the school except
the flret grade are working for read
A sand table pilgrim picture Is being
constructed by the primary, who are
much Interested in the history of the
pilgrims and the Plymouth colony.
The school Is preparing a thanksgiv
ing program to be given In the church.
All are cordially invited to nttend.
Butter and Chopse Firm;
Fjsks .stea dy at Jf. Y.
XEW YORK, Nov. 16. (A. P.)
Butter firm; creamery higher than ex
tras 6 l-2c66; creamery extras Jc;
creamery firsts 48 1-2 ft 63.
F.ggs steady; fresh gathered extra
firsts 83$ 85; fresh gathered firsts 77
Cheese firm; state whole milk flats.
held, specials 27 1-2 fi 28 1-3 state
whole milk flats current make specials
Z1W25; state whole milk twins, held
specials 27 l-2f28,'
j ADAMS. Nov. i6.-The Adams com
irr.unity had skating In the city hall
!on Saturday evening which wa largely
i attended. All had a dandy time.
There will be skating every Saturday
Rev. J. R. L. Harlew preached hl
inreweii sermon Sunday morning to a
large attendance. On Sunday evening
the Armistice entertainment was cele
brated, the church "whs beautifully
decorated In flowers and flags for the
day. The services were opened by n
number of songs by the audience and
choir and prayer by Rev. Mr. Har
lem. A reading by Mrs. Frank Bunch,
"The Mother of a Soldier Hoy." a
CARPENTER AND DEMPSEY SIGH
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KEVf TORK-Oeorge. Carpentler wonnd no "fotind one" with a flotirUh. Befort ' J
In the aquared circle there, always a preliminarv .quabble of terrni n lauch-like. In rUdi
of war." At left, above, Is ahown Jack Demp. heavyweight champion of ib ."L"
Georges Carpentier, French champion, algn his naje to the agreetnent UuU bladgthe t to BIMW?
the world title soma time between liarca and July nest year. ,
solo by Mra. Charley Bunch and Mrs.
Ha Lieuallen "Zeal, Zeal Ia - the
In closing two more candidates were
received In the church to be baptised,
luesday nt 7:30. After, church ti
meeting was held to discuss the ques
tion of a new preacher for the near
future. The entire community regrets
very much to aee Rev. Mr. Harlem
leave. He goea from here to King Hill
' ' Miss Helen Blake of Pendleton high
school spent Sunday at home In
Adams. ' -..
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallan motored
to Adams Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gremmell and
family of Hlellx, Mrs. Al lioylen, of
Pilot Rock, Don Mclntyre of -Alberta,
end Miss Gwendolyn Mclntyre of
Athena motored to Adams. Saturday
to attend the nkatlng. Later they
went to Athena to attend the movie.
Dan Mclntyre left Monday for Beat
tie to visit Mr. and Mrs. Pickle and
Jim Chesnut, A. M. Coffy and F. M.
Whitely are busy remodeling the chop
per, putting in new Rolls and the chop
mill will soon he running again. Far
mers are waltig now for feed, ns It hna
been closed down for several days,
waiting for the repairs to be done.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Penland of Helix
motored to Adam Sunday evening to
attend the armistice service here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ogle returned
home after visiting for the past week
with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harp and
children of Hlermtston.
Mr. Uergevln, Mr. Parr and Mr.
Ilurneer were In Pendleton Saturday.
Mrs. Clara Whitely was a business
visitor In Pendleton Saturday.
' Mrs. John Spencer was In Pendleton
Miss Ila Blake was a Pendleton
visitor Monday. ' ,
Mrs. Harold Barnett ' motored to
Adams Saturday from their ranch near
Ivan Blake motored in from Helix
today to do some shopping.
Pet Mclntyre motored to Pertdlcton
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slmlnton and
family of Hermiston are the gueHts of
his mother, Mrs. Slmlnton for the week
Miss Hnnah French was In Pen
dleton Saturday. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lieuallen and
sons Paul and Francis are leaving for
California for the winter, they ore go
ing for Mrs. Lieuallen's health.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred A. Lieuallen
and daughter Barbara and son Fred
rick of Pendleton were the guests of
his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lieu
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyer and daugh
ters Wilma and Helen motored to
Mr. and Mrs. Revella Lieuallen mo
tored to Adama Sunday from their
ranch near-Adams, "
(ORAM U LIS! , -
DiMotv uuUatty tonga,
a ia aot or cold water, a.
Uuj. Try at da (atiataia.
mass av aeorr a mwn
Mr, and' Mra. 'mer nJlcaUd Mr.
and Mra. C.ladyn Spencer niolored to
Mr. and Mrs.-Charlea Cupula and
daughters Irene and Francis motored
to Adorns, today '
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Goo.1 Wool il at Old ' ' .
Prices) Inferiors Withdrawn.
. LONDON, PJov. 16. At the wool
auction sales today 10.85.1 hate wero
offered. There was a fair sale for su
perior grndes at unchanged rate. Low
Inferior wero weak and 'were with
SAT "DIAMOND DYES'
- Don't atrenk or ruin your material
In -a, poor dye. Insist on .'"Diamond
Dyes." Easy directions In every pack
GIRLS! MAKE A
Lemons Whiten and Double
Beauty of the Skin .
Squeeze the Juice of two lemons Into
bottle containing three ounces bt
Orchard White which, cart be hud at
anw drug store, shake well and you
have a quarter pint of harmleia Hud
delightful lemon blench for few cent.
Matsag this sweetly fragrant lotion
Into the face, neck, arms and hands
each day, then shortly not the beauty
of your skin.' - v '
Famous stage beauties use" lemon
Juice to bleach and brint that soft,
clear rnsywhlta complexion. Kemon
have always been used a freckle
sunburn and tan remover. Make thla
np and try It. ', " ""
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