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DAILY EAST 6REG0KTIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, EVENING, N07E5IBES 18, 1A20,
News of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF KVE.VT4
Nov, U-2D Ited Cross ltoll
Nov. IMO racifio Interna-
tlonal Livestock Ei bouillon. Purr.
Nov. 1(1 Football, Wallabiug
vh. Pendleton high, Imrc.
Nov. 2H (. A, C. Hoine-com-
Nuv. 22. American Legion
Nov, 2C. Thnnksglvlnir.
k. Deo. 8. AiiiiiiuI Meeting
Iec. jo. Sale ot Indian IuiiJh,
evening'. The subject was discussed at
a special meeting of tlin board und the
yidorscmeut wan given on u niolion
to that effect hy (ieurge A, llartinun.
'I he. hoard hud been called to mtt a
representative who wished to explain
the miivii for mixing 2',U(H tor's
boys home l,y the state V. C. T. U.
This county was linked for $7600 but
the iniiiiiiKi-rH ruled that the time for
such a drive Ih Inappropriate und re
fused to endorse the propositi..!!.
V. M. ('. A. In i:niUii'M'd
'1'hi' work being carried on In tills
enmity hy the y, M. A. wum warmly
endorsed In u resolution adopted by
tlin board of managers of the t'endlc
ton Commercial AhhoiIiiIIoii Tuesday
P ticllclon Woman Wrlt.-s Song
Mrs. A. M. Campbell, of thlH clly,
today received word that a hour re
cently writtcn'by her, "If You Want In
Htoal a Heart," tuiH been accepted by
the Lenox Co., music publishers, of
New Yeik. It Ih jOoii to be piilillKhoi.
K. If. Pfelffer, manager, told Mrs.
Campbell In the letter ot acceptance
that the sentiment of the song Ih ex
member, ,)f ,,, . ,.;ikhorn Hunting
Club, of which ho la a member. About
10 nut down to u sumptuous dinner and
f owing It 4 number of Impromptu
talks ,,,,!. rI-Kllgdnhl, of
e ix, J c. Kcharpf and Col. J. j.
Haley of thl etty motored out to attend.
Veteran ( areliikcr
Tommy Hmart, veteran caretaker of
ho Ei. club rooniH and tl,.r of th
""e, ih 111 at hlH ion,..
u bad cold.
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 1$
r X -
31UCTON'i LEADING VTORB -
Vm (he Phnzzi
Grocery, 2 Phones 62G
Other Depts, 78
A dinner honoring I. M. fichilnnep.
counly JiiiU'C'-elect, wa Vlven nt the
Hotel IMInt Jtock laHt evening by tb.
WE MAKE OUR OWN
Sweet Apple Cider-
Three years ago we set our own standard for
Sweet Apple Cider.
Requirements were as follows: Apples to be
thoroughly Washed, sorted, mid all rotten ppots
and worm holes eut out.
Being unable to find a fruit man who would
promite to make us cider according to our require
ments, we bought a cider press and started making
BUY "101" SWEET APPLE CIDER
75s per gal. without container.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON '101 "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
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KimhiIIiik Conn Stan .-,
..... lAivriaee wuh fined Jr, Huh
."...... oy the jiolice judtro on n
chat-KB of apeeillim:. liH KilH ihe flr)(
v.. Heeuinr m the city in hcv
McsNciixer Salarlc, ,..
The pay of Wentern fnlon mcn.ii.
neie una eiewhero throughout
the country, H to be reduced Ju ft
month effective December 1, according
tc Word Just received jH.r,,. The boys
uro now receiving 60 a month
I.uilllK'r McctliiK (an,
A. If. iU)X. local niMiit.i'p f.. tu
reon Lumber Co., left on No. 17 to
day for Lltte,;, Wash., whre a meet
nf of tho dlrecloiH of the Snow Lum
ber & KhlnKlc Co., is to be held tomor
iow. Mr. Cox Is a vice president of the
company and H-veral of the Htockhold-
eru reside 111 thin vlclnliy.
It a Pleasure and Prof ita- I
1 iuuiifu; I ble ta Trade Here .: ; v f;- i
We offer highest (luality go6ls, )riced it about what you want to pay. Lower prices
s 'to Pendleton and vicinity. - M
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I NOTE SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN OUR READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT, r
H Large reductions on all Wlrife Wearing-Apiiare" L All from our regular, Hocks', Fresh, clean smart,;
S beautiful styles and excellent material. ' , . " f?J
S Many women will have an ; importunity to buy a very "worth while" dress, suit or coat a, prices that arc
S so low that no one could resist them. :: M
H Really, to see all the stunning, luxurious coats, the lovely suits and dresses of every type, styles for.
H every occasion, at these positively low prices, make one feel like buying enough clothes to last a year. ".
I ' ' V ' ' ' SALE ON SUITS - ' 's' " y':-;
Tom Hamjiton Tours.
Tim Ilainpton, of this (i(v, the son
ol Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hampton, who
Ih a tudnt at O. A. C, has just re
turned tO COl-ValllS frillS I'Lll.n.,..
I WaHbiiiKtoii, ttbere Am
member of the o. A. C. chante
I he c haiileiH are chosen from anions
the IlicilibeiH of the -nl!,.,. .,,.. ..1. ,'
IUtio Ih ,H2.
l inatillu county's ratio fixed by the
slute tax commission Is .82. according
lo a report maile by the commlsniou
which met yesterday In Salem in the
capacity of a board f equalization.
I he l-ercentaire of ratio of the prop
city ub a.ssessed and eituallze.l in each
"...... iu us iuii value was estab
lished. Sherman county lias the hltfh
est ratio, ot .97, while Washington,
with .50, has the lowest.
Our entire stock of suits to go and go quickly so
they are marked at a phenomenally low price fo
clear them out.
Tricotines, duve de lair.s, peach blooms, ve'dyne :
and silvertones. Eeauuully tailored, sonic ouite
SALE ON DRESSES
jnannish and severe, others more feminine, most
effectively trimmed with season's approved fi'.is,
Hudson seaL . ... ,.... .
Our SUITS are jnostly all marked 1-2 of origi
nal priced . .
Extra good assortment of 16, 18. v, .
Christmas Is About Six
Have you planned on what you are going to give
this year and if you have planned, have you picked
it out and had ua to lay it away for you. We have
done so for many people. . ,, .
We have the largest stock of Toys in rendleton,
and the variety is just as great. It is interesting to
look our line over1 for we have so many new and dif
ferent kinds, something a little different than you
have ever seen before.
, Gifts for all members of the family.
Before making your purchases be sure to call
here and see what we have. It may be just what you
wanted and you wont have to take something just as
The BEE HIVE
Pay Cash Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
I'mlnj. Iti-smi Today.
. The laying of hot stuff on Garfield
street , was begun thin morning by n
Warren Construction Co. crew and un
less cold weather sets in to halt op
eratlons, paving will t,e laid dally on
north side streets for the rem.iln.ior nr
the year. There are already five blocks
ready to l,e jtaved and several more
arc bcliiR: graded preparatory to be
ing paved. Hy the time the rrpw la
llirew u-Hh ,.Pnl.w. ...
r , -., ,. .... .vj-a ,iuw reaay, others
jFM.i.' -A,.-. IO i,e graveled.
m i , '
VA ! I armiTN Mijr at $1..V for Wheat
A Inclines In the Chicago wheat mar-
gi ket yesterday and today again lowered
me local offerings for wheat (w
several I'endleton dealers had bid 1.R0
nusnei on So. 1 basis Mondav ami
, i uesoay. j wo dealers mi, todav that
Jhey had offered ll.r.o earlier In the
week but that it-rowers were not In.
clined to deal with them on that basis.
Mnce that time the figure has gone-
J i ir wer again. For a time the best qtio
K ;ti lion locally was 1.30.
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 detail; many copies of importations, all surpris
ingly lovely in style and absolutely good materials.
Dresses for general utility, dressier frocks for luncheons, pretty
dinner dresses and party gowns.
......... :..A. ,.. .
Serge Dresses from ..... $19.50 to $29.50
Tricotine from . ....... $25.00 to $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 $49.5Q 5
KUiniloMM Herald rlirixtmn
P: I'endleton store windows alreadv
m,ure showing tho advance displays of
X Christinas gift goods and jewelers.
A jcignr, stores, druggists and noveltlers
5 i. re ilariUi their attractive 'gift goods
window disjilays. A great mam
I "liday windows of unusual atlractive
ncss have already been dressed. The
Christinas season Is five weeks hence
and a "shop early" campaign 1b al
r ndy being talked as there remain but
"1 shopping days until Christmas.
Cheaper Living Expenses
BY USING A UNIVERSAL
Schools l'lnyliu; luiskcthall.
The three schools of the city at pres
ent arc engaged In triangular struggle
for basketball honors. Moth the boys
and the girls of Hawthorne, Lincoln
and Washington schools have teams
anil games aro played every Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons when weath
er permit. The youngsters play their
games on the school courts, the boys
and girls each having a game each
play day. Miss Eva Hanson, physical
1 director In the rendleton schools. Is
conidlcling ine tournament hoo u w,
lie concluded slightly before the
SlIOING OVtM DUMPCft '
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HEY PUT T0I
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-':tkOMB!MATI0ll 5M0I tCHCCK
";ff - DAMPER
Yi DOUBLE OVEN BACI POKEIAM LINED
W WHITE PORCELAIN DOOR FRONT
CtAFT . P0ER 000
REMOVABLE OUPlfX 6HATE5
SANITARY Ui lASt
I HEAVY POLISHED,
I, r' Vv-l4 iNSlOE PORCELAIN
k-ia-r , i 0VIN DOOR'llNINS
PORCEIAIN FLUE BOTTOM
CLEAN QUI SOOA'
A full line Porcelain Ranges,
blacking necessary. '
Easily kept clean. No
Universal 'Stoves &Fumaces
Wet l.mcM 1)Hiaivd Daiigcroiis
Itp(uest has come from numerous
householders in the city that persons
who have leaves on their sidewalks re
move them now before damage results,
to pedcstralns. The leaves are wet
and soggy from the rainfall and their
pressence on the walks prevents their
drying. The wet leaves also make
walking precarious and injury from
slipping is imminent, the complaints
say. Clly ordinances require property
owners to keep their walks free, of
danger and thesp will he invoked if
voluntary action is not forthcoming,
say interested persons.
I'ltv-Jenl WcUaro to Bo Topic,
The physical welfare of the children
of the citv schools is Vicing studied hy
ih. Parent Teacher Associations in
c njmictton w ith Miss Hanson, physi
cal director for the schools. Tonmr
1 row afternoon Miss Hanson will meet
with the l'arent Teacher association of
i Hawthorne school nt the school nt
, 2:30 to outline her ilan of a health
crusade among the students at that
school. One ot her recommendations
' is for more? drinking of milk. She will
encourage the drinking of milk at
'homo by all the youngsters and will
recommend milk drinking at the
school during recess for those chil
dren who ale undernourished. She
iwill make a survey of tho undernour
ished children In all tho schools to de
termine whether lack of food or need
t,f medical attention is responsible for
their condition. This work will go on
from the survey made last year by the
1 county health nurse.
t Si .
For every requirement, from simple, well tailored,
; serviceable utility coats to the finest, softest fur-
primmed imported materials. , , . :l
Coats of velour, bolivias, veldyhe,' plush, duve-; s
tyn and peach bloom. . s
' The coats' that' are trimmed, have large, warm
collars and cuffs. Sometime a wide band of bea- - 3
ver, opossum, natural wolf, Hudson seal. .
.The colors include every thing from practical
dark shades to the more novelty shade. . ,
The most becoming browns, tans, nay, rookie ;
and Nankeen. . .. . i
This entire sale is inviting because of , Low 2
Prices, Smart Styles and excellence of materials 3
and workmanship. 5
We have a fine line of ladies' coats we have
priced at $25.00." ' , ; . . . . .
Heavy Salts Peco Plush at $57.50. J
And all of the higher quality, coats' reduced to j
Very Attractive Low Prices. .... E
To 'nro a Odd in One Day
TW llnive'u I.AVATIVK llllOMCl
ninvivi, 1.1,1. ,10 nii .i.... i.rn Kome youngsieis are warmiic unor
Sweet Apple Cider, per gallon . . , . . . 60c
H Bulk Mince Meat, per pound 35c
Bulk Seedless Raisins, per pqund '35c
S 5 pound Boxes Cluster Raisins $2.75
S 2 pound Boxes Cluster Raisins 85c
1 pound Boxes Cluster Raisins ..s
Cranberries, per pound
Walnuts, Brazils, Pecans, Filbert-Peanuts.
(ii"Kl Sum liealitcd.
The sum of $363.65 was rcalitcd
from the "Trip Around the World,"
held recently under the auspices of
the Parent Teacher Association of the
Hawthorne school for the benefit of
the Hawthorne boys' bund. The money
will be used to pay an Instructor. The
bund, made uji of boys from the sixth,
seventh and eighth grades, numbers
31. The hand owns a large horn and
two drums, but solo Instruments are
being bought by the lioys themselves.
VleoRrtoHl KxKsltkn coming
' O. I Cleaver, formerly of t'n ion
county and how located in Portland
is here today. Mr. Clever is secretary
ot the Columbia , Hydro-Electrical
League which is preparing for an In
ternational electrical exposition in
Portland in the 100th anniver
sary of the discovery of the electric
'the signature ot E. W,
school hours and buying the Instru
meuu by lustulluient payments.
Itlver Is High
The I'matilla river is high and the
water is muddy. The condition is due
I to the recent rains na the stream is
. swollen front the rain and melted
Worthies FnPcT Increasing. . ,
ttU viiwna n,, .vi....-. n . ....
the increase locally, say officers here.
and a warning has been issued broad-
east to merchants and business bouses
to exercise care In honoring the pa
per of strangers. In the past two weeks
more than the usual number of ques
tionable checks have been turned nvrf
to the sheriff and several arrests have
been made hera and elsewhere. An
other point upon which the sheriff's
office is laying emphasis is that ot ths
Protection which business houses are
giving themselves. Many have back
Have your Xruas photos ma hy
Ward we wilt take you in your home.
entrances that would not stop the an.
ateur tmnttlt. a-recent Inspect ,nn bl
ears which are handy are hum t
utilised at nights.
PII.K rt'RFU IH TO 14 int.
rJ'S'.,,,'"un, m""y if r.t11 'ii'.-r
WE.ST falls to cur Itching. i
r rroiruaing fW. "
stantly rll-ves Itchln I'll,. i
can art rratful Urp ftr first
cation, s'lc. Adv,
dr. an. DAY
PtiyskiaJi and niirirnaa
Room sod is HmUb-Cif.,.
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