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DAILY EIST OMaOSnAlf, rEOTJLETOS, 0SECS0I5, TUESDAY EVENING, VOVEHBSA 16, 182Q.
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Social and Club News
MISS CAM Kit O.N BR1DK-TO-BE
An Interiwiing wedding Is scheduled
fot Wednesday when Mis Jnst-phlne
Cameron, termer Pendleton Klrl, will
become the bride of fins Mnlinry, Ihe
event to Ink place In Portland, the
Cameron's prenent home. The ni
l lo olie read at the resilience uf
WIDOW rRRKKIHlFI TO MKKT
1K-TH AT HOMK
"For many year 1 suffered from
(r.mach troulile. All the doctors I
tried helped me hut little. All said
would have to go to hospital and
lie operated on for null stomw or 1
would not live much longer. I told
them I preferred to meet death at
home. One day I picked up an adver
t.sement of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
end since taking a course of - It mors
than a year ago have not had a single
pain In my stomach, have good appe
tite and can eat anything It la a
aimple, harmless preparation that re
move the catarrhal mucua from the
intestinal tract and allays the Inflam
mation which causes practically all
stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments.
Including appendicitis. One dose will
convince or money refunded. Drug
the bride's mother, Mrs. Eleanor Cam
eron, in Irvlngton,
Mrs. R. V. Fletcher, Miss Oeorganna
Fletcher, and little Florence, Fleanor
and Billy Fletcher departed on No. J i
today to be guests in Portland for the
Mrs. Fletcher Is a aister of the bride,
elect. The Cameron family for man)
years made their home In Pendleton,
residing on Kast Alta Street and the
coming wedding la of Interest to many
FIRTH DAT IS HONORED
With a former Pendleton matron
as hostess a recent affair In LA Grande
will Interest local friends. The fol
lowing note appears In the La Grande
Mrs. J. T. Richardson waa the cle
ver hostess at party given In honor
of Harley H. Hlchardson'a birthday.
The guests were seated around a
beautifully appointed table. The
whole home breathed with the atmos
phere created by the huge bouquets of
yellow and whit chrysanthemums.
An enjoyable social evening followed
the delicious dinner.
Records You Have Wanted
Just As I Am
Ijcad Kindly Ijiglit A249
knocking Knuefciiur, Wlio Is Ttiere? 4
h-aia, lxvcr of My rami A25B
When Ue Sunset Turns the droit's Blue to Gold
Rv Bya, Dearie A43
Medley of Kmmctt s Yodle
Weep, Baby. Sleep A5JS
Bird les Favorite AtSi
Kong of The Wood Bard
Senora ' AB34
Medley of Jigs and Rot-Is. Parts I and S AIS
Sharpshooter) March ASM
ltnwn by the Old .Mill Stream
Waltng for the Robert I.'. Ix-e
IVro ling A 1228
I used to Believe In Fairies
My Wild Irish Rose A1308
When Irish Kyes are Smiling
I Love tlie Name of Mary A1S10
Mara and Stripes Forever AI351
My Beantiriil Irisli Muid
Mother Machree A 1337
I Love Her, Oh, Oh, Oh!
Mammy Jinncy's Jubilee AI428
He'd Have to Get I'nder, Get Out and Get rndeti
Ilisay Cat Rag Al 157
Tlie Return Al7
An Old Sweetheart of Mine
Me An" Jim AH8
NEIGHBORS MEET TONIGHT '
At 7:30 o'clock tonight a short bus
r.ess meeting of the Neighbors of
Woodcraft will lie called, fur a social
affair la scheduled for the following
evejiing hours. Members are asked to
Eagle-Woodman hall and as soon as
the Items of business are dtspo.-ajd of.
they will be guests of the guards with
Mrs. Thomas Robertson as captain.
Arrangements for a program and re.
freshmenta foretell an Interesting af
fair. DEGREE OF HONOR TO MEET
The Degree of Honor Is to hold a
regular social session In Union hall,'
tomorrow afternoon at 2:80 o'clock. A
short business meeting will precede the,
alfair so that membership cards may
bo balloted upon. Initiation Is to be
held the first meeting of next month,
Wednesday, December 1.
Mrs. Carrie Dale, captain number
three, and members of her division
will be tomorrow's hostesses.
F.ETROTHAL. MADE KNOWN ,
A Betrothal recently made known
Is that of Miss Esther Shea, former
Pendleton girl, to McKlnley Helm, the
engagement culminating a college ro
mance. Bpth were students at the
Oregon Agricultural College where
Miss Shea waa a Kappa Alpha Theta
member and 'Mr. Helm a Sigma Nu,
The betrothal was announced during
a recent visit of Miss Shea In Corvallls.
MISS DAUSNBR IS BRIDE
A recent wedding was solemnised
a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earls
Williams Friday afternoon when Miss
Alice oausner became the bride
The finest grown, large, fresh and fine flavor,
Weston Mountain Potatoes, 100 pounds $2.25
Casabas, pound .'. 10c
Hubbard Squash, pound 05c
Bulk Sauer Kraut, quart .'. 15c
Bulk. Mince Meat, pound , 35c
Bulk Olives, pint 45c
Bulk Sweet Pickles, pint ........45c
Sweet Cider, gallon ....60c
Shelled Nuts, 1920 stock. '
Walnuts, Almonds and Pecans
Fine winter Apples and Pears, from $2.00 to $4.50 :
(jray Jrcs. (jrocery fjO.
Hugh R Smith. Vowa were evchanged
at I In the anernou"
TRYONS RETURN HERE
Pendleton friends will be dellgnted
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tryon
or an absence of the past several years.
They are now domiciled at their heme
608 Lewis street. . :
GUESTS AT 8TADFELD HOME.
Quests over the week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rtadfeld,
(03 College street, reuwiitj
jLav, hi I,, -i se
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C rivii din In (hail, lux. l xr v
of who have returned trom ruru.... " .. "--n-
I ...B.u.i. a mitj wen ir, a,nu .nrs. uien
v. Brown and Mrs. Lee Anderson. Mrs.
r"mm"wWnMmm Anderson Is a atster of Miss. Heien
k witu is inuKiiig ner neme
Mail Order Given Prompt Attention.
YOUR PULLETS ARE LAYING.
YOUR OLD HENS ARE NOT.
Feed Eggmash hot mixed
"More Eggs," whole corn
scratchfeed. After one week your
hens will lay, if not sick. '
Try, we know where we are talk-
(IMA FLOUR & Gill CO.
ON ALL COATS, SUITS, DRESSES,
WAISTS SKIRTS AND SWEATERS
220 E. Court Street
1-J00 W. Alta Street
HOPfS IPSTAIRS APPARrX SHOP FOR WOiVlEN
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE STORE, PF.NDI.ETON
WOMEN FOR INIANY MILES AROUND ARE ATTENDING THIS-
The Greatest Ready-to -
Wear Sale of the Season
"BRINGING PRICES BACK TO NORMAL" ON
SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES, WOOL DRESS
ES, SKIRTS AND PETTICOATS.
Prices have been slaughtered regardless of wholesale cost- or
worth. A real "bonafide" "reduction sale" on this season's new
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Most women in I'matllla County arc acquainted with the Iiif(h character of gar.
ments carried by this exclusive ready-to-wear shop and also the sphmdld values wo
offer at regular prices. NOW THEN 1 We are still reducing these modest prices from
20 to 60 per vent. Come expecting values, you'll not be disappointed.
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We can guarantee to save you from $10 on up to $30 on a new
coat. Sizes 16, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46.
Take your choice of any Suit formerly selling up to
$59.50 (fur trimmed and plain) now .... $29.75
Any Suit formerly selling up to $79.50 will now "
Any Suit formerly selling up to $97.50 will
: WOOL DRESSES of Serge,, Jersey and Tricotine.
' V Some beautiful new styles that have just reached us,
. all ffo at Wonderful Reductions.
SILK DRESSES of Charmeuse Satin. Liberty
Satin, Kitten-Ear Satin, Georgette, etc., all at savings
of from $10 to $25.00. .
with the Btadfelds and thsy nnd Mrs.
Brown are all nieces of Mrs. Htnd-feld.
Another ruest at the rtadfeld
home Is Mrs. Reglna 8 tad fold. . of
Walla Walla, who arrived Hunduy to
rtmaln throughout the week. She is
Mr. Stadfeld'a mother.
LIEUALLEN8 GO SOUTH.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lleuallen. and
sons Paul and Francis Lleuallen, were
guesta In Pendleton this morning en
route from their home in Adams to
Portland. They departed at noon
and will go to California, hoping the
sojourn In the south will benefit Mrs.
Lieuallen'a health. , They . will pass
the winer months at Long Beach.
ENJOY DELIGHTFUL VISIT.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pierce arrived
In Pendleton on No. 17 yesterday after
spending a month with friends near
Encampment, Wyoming.. Whll. there
they enjoyed fishing and hunting In
the Rocky mountains and on their
return they visited In Denver, Salt
Lake City and King Hill, Idaho.
LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA.
Mrs. Jean P. Klrkpatrlck and small
son, of Pilot Rock, left on No. II
last night for Portland en route to
Corning, Cal where ther Will pass
the winter with Mrs. Kirkpatrlck's
parents. Later In the winter Mr.
Klrkpatrlck will go south to accom
pany them home. .
LITTLE DAUGHTER BORN.
Congratulations are being sent to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hazelwood of
1104 East Court' street upon the ar
rival this morning of a daughter. The
little girl weighs seven and one half
pounds and she and her mother are
at the home of Mrs. Leila Taylor, 120
MOTOR TO STOCK SHOW. -
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Adams, of
Adams, and Mrs. George A. Hartman,
of this city, left this morning In the
Adams' car for Portland where they
will spend the remainder of this week
at the Pacific International Livestock
LAVENDER CLUB TO MEET.
The home of Mrs. Elgin Moreen,
bii Ann street, is to be tut scene
Thursday afternoon of a meeting of
the Lavender Club.
WILL VISIT PARENTS.
Mrs. E. D. Taylor will arrive to
morrow to visit for a short time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
VISITS FROM PORTLAND
Mrs. Fred Holland, of Portland, ar
rived today to be the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson for a
CIRCLR TO MEET IN NEW HALL
The Ladles Bible Reading Circle
will meet tomorrow afternoon at 1
o'colck in Parish hall of the Episcopal
AUXILIARY WILL. MEET
The Auxiliary of the Partrlarch
Militant will meet Thursday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock in the Odd Fellows
Offering unparalleled values at their greatly
COATS Now $15.00 and up.
SUITS Now $25.00 and up
; ; : DRESSES Now $19.50 and up . .
I COMPARISON INVITED
IN PRICE ON TIRES
YOUNOSTOWN, Ohio, Nov, U.
(U. P.) The Republic Rubber Com
pany today announced a reduction of
IS per cent In the price of Its tires
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Infra
encsd by constitutional condition. It
Uwrsfor rtaulrts constitutional treat.
aunt. HALL'S CATARRH MDIC1NK
Is taken Internally and acts th.'ough the
Bleed en the Mucous Surfaces ef the ir
lem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
daatrava the foundation ef the dleeaee,
give the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature lo
doing It work, 1100 00 for any eaee ef
Catarrh that HAIX'S CATARRH
MBDICINB fall to cure. .
Druggists He- Teetlmonlals free.
r. I. Cheney Co., Toledo, Obi.
11 At bedtime rub the throat aud
! chert thoroughly with
V Al0 RUB
Os 1 7 MitlhH Jan UkJ VmoV
DR. C EL DAY
Pbystdan and Nurgeoa
Room II and It Smith-Crawford
felephona 704 Res. Tol.R
Dr. Lynn K. Blakes!e -
Chronlo gad Merroua Disease gjai
Disease ef Women. X-Ray Electre
remple Bid. law tl
Hainfal la .05
The rainfall last night and this
morning was .OS Inches says Major Lee
Moorhouse, official . observer. Tlfe
weather is mild today, the maximum
being 52. The minimum was 14, two
above freezing. .
POOLROOM MAN SAYS TWO
BANK BALL OFF HIS HEAD
THEN PLAY SIDE POCKETS
KANSAS CITT, No'
P.) Frank Lees, poolroom em
ployee says today that two ban
dits banked a ball off his head
then played his sldepocket for
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Orove' LAXATIVE BROMO
QUININE tablets. The genuine bears
the signature of E. W. Grove, 10c
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
KXI'EIUENCED sales woman wants
position Write P. O. Bog 414 or
Phone 202-M. I
The Supreme Quality of
& the Davenport Is Its
Sense of Comtort
Davenports were purposely desigmed to be more than
decorative. Their principal attribute is one of utility
We have spared no effort in our diligent search of the
country's market to secure for you davenports which most
graciously combine utility and style.
Special covers may be had to conform with the other
furnishings of the room in which you anticipate placing
the coveted davenport. . , -
Whether you choose the handsome mahogany and
reed, or the deep, roomy overstuffed davenports, you will
find immense comfort in one of these.
There are luxurious chairs and rockers to match, if
you wish them.
Cravford Furniture Company
10S E. Court St. riiou H
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