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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1920)
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Nov. 11-25 Red Cro Roll
Nov. U-JO Paclflo Interna-
tlonal Llvrtock Exposition,- Port-
Nov. 19. Football, waiufuurg
v. penuieion nign, nio. i
Nov. 20 O. A. C, Home-conf-
Nov. 21!. American Legion
Nov. 25-ThankBlvlng. .
Deo. 8. Annual Mooting
Pec. 10. Sale of Indian lands,
Itotl Mild ;nn ('lull to Met,
The members of the Pendleton Ttod
and Oun Club will meet tonight ut 8
p. m. In the J. H. Kelee office, to ar
range for the "hoot to be hold next
Sundny, November JL
Local .Mini at . A. ('.
Charles J. ltumtell, eon of Mr, and
Mm, John HuhhcII, Pendleton, Ih regis-,
tered u a senior In the farm manage
n.?nt department at O. A, C. Mr. Itua.
sell la an active member thla year In
the farm management clul, agricul
tural club,' and the Alpha Tau Omega
Ki'tarn IXwi Arlington
Sol Raum, J. H. Kstea ana uuy wy-
rick, who returned Bunuay aner
geene hunting expedition near Arling
ton that while the blrda are plen
tiful, they are flying nign. mo iucu.
rt ihnt the usual crowd of
Portland apontamon are av
for the geese season.
ImllaiiH Will Cclcbrote.
A get-to-gother Thanksgiving din
ner will be served at noon November
25 at the TutuIHa church by the In
dians of the mission. Arrangement
were made Sunday at church. The
Indians will bring basketi of food and
others will donate turkeya. chickens,
etc From ISO to 200 are expected to
be present fur the affair which will bo
niunugcd by Itev. J. M. Cornellson,
IViliill for lloiwe Add tlon Mado.
II. Hutiiell today was issued a per
mit to make an addition to his dwell
ing at G09 Marie streot. The estimated
cost Is $200.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
flirH-CTONI L,MllQ bTOItE
Use the Phones 1
Grocery, 2 Phones 52G
Other Depts. 78
Ainu's Una Is Paid.
Henry Mitchell yesterday afternoon
Paid his fine of 110 to the police court E3
and was released from custody after 5
upending a portion or tnc day in Jail.
for the Home
Wear New liilforniH '
The three Western Union messen
gers are wearing new uniforms. The
garments are especially designed for
winter wear and are of blue with brass
I'rlnlly Homo Quarantined
The residence of Manuel . Krlcdly,
councilman frVim the east end, Is under
'I uarn iitlne today. A member of the
household Is thought to be ill with
We Are EXCLUSIVE PENDLETON DEALERS for
Portland "Holsum" Bread
Made bv the LARGEST, FINEST BAKERY IN
Rye, Graham and Whole Wheat, 10c; white, 10c
and 15c , (
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(PrtvMa Eirhng Connect Both DeputaMUl
FINE GROCERUSS AND MEAT
Warm Weather I'Iohmcs
The mild wurm weather Is pleasing
to the stockmen and cattlemen, as It
forestalls the cold season and Is good
for the range. Wheatmcn say the
moisture Is welcome.
Molilalia, Winter Is Mild
Montana la experiencing mild win
ter weather, according to a letter re
recelved today from Koland Oliver,
who la farming near Lewiston. The
local men have their crops all in and
are plowing. A mild winter Is expect
ed as there la not yet any snow on the
Oommlwdonii Like Hoad.
The county commissioners yesterday
drove over the Old Oregon Train to
Echo and returned pleased with the
progress of It. Thret and a half miles
of ungraveled road remains, this being
divided Into three stretches. County
Judge Marsh estimated that another
month of favorable weather will ace
this work completed.
Xew Iiullding Occupied '""
The new boys' dormitory at Pt.
Joseph's Academy Is now occupied.
The building accomodates 50 boys and
it have already taken quarters in the
dormitory. The building, built at a
cost of 89,000 by P. A. Baillargeon.
architect and builder of Seattle, Is
complete for the final work on the
Every room in the house may be
beautified and ' individualized
with dainty and practical deco
rative pieces, embellished with
rich-looking hand embroidery.
Our extensive line of
'enables you to provide these net"
cessary luxuries at remarkably
small cost. There are pieces for
the bedroom, library, bathroom
and every other room in the
At our Art Needlework Dept.
Keeping Abreast of the
Times is Our Business
When ever there is a de
cline in prices you can de
pend upon this store beiig in
line with it.
Your interests are vita! with
us and we watch thi mar
kets closely to give you
every advantage in our of
ferings of staple and fancy
goods'. We're giving Pen
dleton LOWER PRICES.
White duting... 19c to 35c
Colored Outing........ 28c
Dress Ginghams . . ( . . . 35c
Apron Ginghams 23c
Every thing in propor
tion as fast as we receive
Front and Back Laced
Reduced 23 Per Ct.
They are made of brocade,
plain heavy coutil and batiste.
All have extra long hip and
back, some have elastic at waist
line, some with elastic at bottom
Pleasure in Buying
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 vet complete. You will be able to get what
J Dokle Hex-Ion Friday;
Home 40 or 60 Knlghta of Pythias
I of this' county will be initiated Into
i the mysteries of the D. O. K. K. Fri
day evening when the La Grande tem
ple will hold a ceremonial session at
Kagle - Woodmen hall. Saturday
morning the team accompanied by
local Pythians will leave by auto for
Heppner where a session is to be held
Convention to Ilo Held.
The annual convention of the State
Wool Growers' Association will be held
I here some time In January, says Mac
Hoke, secretary of the association. N
definite date has been set but the
meeting will probably be on January
10. Jay Donbyn, president of the as
soclation, and Mr. Hoke will make th
arrangements. One of the Important
matters to be discussed is the tariff on
wool, and special speakers will be here
for the occasion.
Table Linen Sale
We i are this year
the headquarters for Santa
The BEE HIVE
Pay Ch . ,lendWon' Variety Stow Sat Cash
AKMielallon to Henew ao
The Pendleton Commercial Assocla
tlon torlnv rnpivn nnllf. tmm v
S IJollons. superintendent of the second
A division of the O. W. R. 4 X. Co., al
5(1 La Grande, that he had recommended
U to headquarters the extension for five
Cheaper Living Expenses
BY USING A UNIVERSAL
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A full line Porcelain Ranges,
OVEN D00I LINING
PORCELAIN FLUE BOTTOM
CUAN OUT DOOR.
Easily kept clean. No
years ot the old Happy Canyon site
at Main and Railroad streets, to the
association. The lease is to expire on
December 31 but tho association dc
sires tho use of tho property in the
future and recently applied for a re
ncwal, as specified in the present con
tract. The railroad owns the ground
out has no buildings or tracks on It,
Librarians Invited Hero
Tho Pendleton Cdmmertelal Asso
oiatlon todny sent to Miss Sabra Na
son, county librarian, a letter assuring
her that it would cooperate with her
efforts to bring the next annual meet
ing of tho Taclflc Northwest Library
j-.ssoolatlon to this city during the first
three dnys of Round-l"p week in 1921
Miss Xason has been desirous of hav
ing the association meet here and the
endorsement of the Commercial Asso
ciation was desired. The directors.
j however, assured her that at that time
of year they, as a body, would have
little opportunity to provide special
entertainment for the visitors.
Chart .Shows Slump In Wheat
The daily course of tho Chicago
wheat market since Its opening July
1i" Is being graphed by the Interior
Warehouse Agency here. The chart
shows that never since the opening
day has wheat stood so high. March
wheat on the first day closed at $2.78
and yesterday, November IB, four
months later. It closed at $1.7!H4, a
loss of $1.02'4. December wheat was
$2.75 on July 15 and $1.S4 yesterday,
loss of 91 cents. The last March
high point was Angus 12. when It
closed ut $2.4 7. tin September 13
wheat hit a high point uf $2.40 but on
Ort. 15 rallied after a steady loss to
$2.174. Since that date It has con
sistently dropped with ''tie or two exceptions.
Universal Siovcs &Fumaces
Hampton s ('inlet Officer
Thomss B. Hampton, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Ti. Hampton of 315
Lewis street, Pendleton, is second lieu
tenant In the Infantry unit of the ca
det regiment at t. A. C. Mr. Hampton
Is a senior student in the farm crops
department. He Is a member of the
Farm Crops cluh, Agricultural cluli,
and Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. The
department in which Mr. Hampton ts
majoring the course of study Is design
ed to give the student a scientific.
practical and economical knowledge
of the methods of crop production, Im
provement, nirketlng, manufacture.
and uses of each of the field crops I
for food, forage, textile and other j
special purposes that they may be put
Into actual use on the farm. The,
principle courses of study include for
age crops, grain standardisation, plant I
brecdlnf, and crop marketing. j
Mittens and Gloves for
Women and Children
Keep your hands , warm by
wearing these fine yarn gloves.
All colors, all sizes.
Children's 19c to 75t
Women's 75c to $2.50
Heather Sox Yarn
Something new in sox yarns.
Buy a hank and knit a pair, or
we will take your order and
have it done. You can have
either sox or hose made, in most
any style you wish. The colors of
yarn are blue, golden tan and
Big Double Wool Finish
Blankets 87.60 and $3.25
Come in blue, pink, grey and tan s
block plaids. Full size double E
blankets of 5 and 6 lb. weights. Ej
At the low price of $7.60 and
$8.25 pair. 3
WOOL BLANKETS $6.50
There are just 8 pairs of these
fine blankets at this low price pf EH
$6.50. They are single wool
blankets of light and dark plaids.
Come in tomorrow and buy one e
or two of these fine blankets, as s
they are truly a big value for the S
Remnants 1-2 Price -
The best assortment of REM-
NANTS we have ever shown, in- 5
eluding dress goods, coating,
silk, cotton goods, from 1 yard to E
Zy yards, of regular price.
$2.50 Per Box and Up : I
Kl'WKNH WOMAX DEAD
EUGENE. Nov. 16. (A. P.) Mrs.
Augusta Leader, aged 70, of Portland
was killed by an automobile Sunday
when struck at a street corner here.
Have your Xmas photos made
Ward we will take you in your home
New Stock Pineapples
We have just received our new Pineapple fresh
from Hawaii, sliced and grated, at 25c, 35c, 45c and
55c per can;
Home Made Mince Meat, made in a clean way
from brand new raisins, citron, peels, etc., 30c pound
U. S. Inspected Meats your guarantee of quality.
Phone 187 and 188
739 Main Strr
D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
J if i-ueutsir '
Si Vi ,S8f
?an who Icpeps hi
prom is ps to pay a lso
Jfopps As friend
MAX who meets his financial
obligations on time is apt to
keep his appointment with
Opportunity. A checking account
is a letter of introduction to Real
Business. We will be pleased to
serve you in a banking capacity.