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DULY EAST OSEGONUN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26, 1920.
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1 1 DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY
I z Loads of Gift Goods now on display at S
BEARDS CASH STORE
Popular prices exist throughout this store. Our of
l fering of QUALITY GROCERIES can not be excelled
Prices Always the Lowest
Kola Peaberry Bulk , . . . .
Royal Club, l lb. can vacuum pack . . .
Rojal Club, 1 lb, can
Royal Club, S lb. can ,
Kvtra Quality lino Itlrnd Bulk, lb. . . .
Rolled oats, lb. sack
Rolled Out, square or round package
White Navy Laundry Soap, It bara
Rob While Laundry Soap, 17 bars
White Navy Beans, 14 pounds
. .3.V lb., 3 for $UMI
Always Prompt Deliveries
tai rvnarkalile Uiik-s Indicate Uic quality and kind
of a banking connection. Tills bank has come
' Uiroueh difficult times imscafliod and stronger than
ever, and so liave its customers. It is a Safe Bank.
Vour interests in this bank are fully protected.
May We be of service to you?
'Strongest Bank in Cast era Oregon"
PREPARE for the re-Investment of your interest and dividends In
present offerings. January 1st may not offer as remunerative opportunities.
Anticipate your requirements and seriously consider the offerings
We Offer Subject to Prior Sale and Change in Price
THE I N SOLD PORTION, CITY OP
Edmonton, Alberta Province
0 Per Cent. General Obligation Gold Notes
Exempt From AH IHHiiiiiiou Government Tax
Dated Sept. 1. 1920. Due Sept. 1, 1922. Trice 95.04. Denomi
naUones $100. 1500 and $1000.
Per Cent, Improvement Bonds, City of
Local Improvement District No. 161
Exempt From Income Tax.
Dated Oct. 1, 1920. Due Oct 1. 1921 to 1930. Optional on and
after Oct. 1. 1921. Prices from 92.94 to 97.40. Denomination $500.
, Improvement Bonds, City of
6 Per Cent. General Obligation Bonds
Yielding 7 to 7.50
Fxempt From Income Tax
Dated Nov. 1. 1920. Maturing aerially from 1921 to 1931. Prices
from 92.41 to 9S.58. Denomination JdOO.
Principal and semi-annual interest payable in U. 8. Gold Coin at
designated places or at the offices ot morris crotners. inc.
MORRIS BROS., Inc.
.t-i Premier Municipal Bond House"
Established Portland, Oregon Morris Building
Orer a 309-1 1 Stark Broadway 2151
(quarter other Office, at Seattle), Tacoma,
Century Wash., and San Francisco, Cal.
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Telephone or Telegraph Orders at Our Expense.
CODY'S CASH GROCERY
, K CAR WESTON MOUNTAIN j'
due Ust of week. These are extra fine, well ma
tured, best winter keepers. While they last
100 lbs. $2.00
Danish Butter, pound .
(Made in Wallowa, Oregon)
roffee M. J. B. and Hills Red
.!!Zr.. ..- 1 . 55c; 2 1-2 lb.., $1.40; 5 lb... $2.70
...1 lb., 40c; 3 lbs., $1.15
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WEDDING IN PORTLAND
INTERESTS PILOT ROCK
(East Oregonian Special)
PILOT ROCK, Nov. 26. Coming as
a surprise to her friends here was the
r.rinouncement of the marriasre of Miss
Slops Corn I'nln ItiHtnntly nntl Ilriuoe
Whether your "pet" fs on top or be
tween the toes, no mater how big- or
how small or how "tender" three drops
of "Gets-It" will lift you right out of
- fha Ontr Wit to Cars Can u to
Rmmt. u. wit "Gtt"
Toll will lflllfrh tn inur .ulnVli-
your corn lets go its grip, how it curls
right up and dien so you can lift it off
With Vniir finfl-H It's rnllv uml nnn-
s-nse to pare and trim a corn trying to
case its pain when "Uets-It" will easily
rid you of It entirely.
"Get-lt" is sold at all drug stores
and costs but a trifle. Your money
back on request. Mfd. by E. Lawrence
& Co.. Chicago, fold in Pendleton and
recommended as the world's best corn
remed" by Tallman & Co., Economy
Vivian Gibbs to Bruco Hrnr. Th
wedding took place in Portland where
the bride has been the past two years
m training at St. Vincents' hospital
The couple left immediately for Cali
fornia where they will make their
The dining room of the Pilot Rock
Hotel was the scene of a merry party
Tuesday night, when the winners of
Sunday's turkey shoot entertained.
The dinner table was decorated "With
yellow chrysanthemums and motifs
appropriate to the Thanksgiving sea
son. Turkey with all the trimmings
was enjoyed by the following: Miss
Alta Smith, Miss Verona Fullenwcldcr,
Miss Velma Smith, Miss Alta Boylen,
Miss Helen DeVaul, Miss Ruth Royer,
-Mrs. Will Glass, Mrs. Ida Russell, Mrs.
Walter Albrecht Newt Royer, Charlie
Albretch, Walter Albrecht, Rollln He
I'roos, Boot Paulus, Victor Bracheer,
Will Glass, J. P. Bishop, Dr. Schneider
and Dr. DeVaul.
,The high school students and faculty
members were charmingly entertained
Friday night at the Bracher home, Vic
tor Bracher, George Jordan, Wilbert
Horn and Henschel Kidwel being
hosts. After a pleasant evening ot
games" and music, delicious refresh
ments were served.
The turkey shoot held at the ball
park Sunday afternoon was well at
tended and proved very enjoyable.
.Herbert Boylen Sr., was a Pendleton
A dance at the home of Fred Wil
son Saturday night was attended by a
number of Pilot Rock peaple.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Gill have sold their
farming interests and will spend th
winter in Pilot Rock. While here they
will make their ,home with Mrs. Cars-
Boots Matthews attended the turkey-
shoot here Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Will Selby was shopping In
Pilot Rock Tuesday.
Miss Manilla Wright will entertain
on Thanksgiving Day with a dinner
party at her country home. The
guest list Includes Miss Alta Boylen,
Miss Velma Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. B,
Castoel, Glen Smith, Alfred Westgate
Mrs. F. Breding spent Tuesday In
Miss Velma Pmlth was shopping in
Mrs. Bert Buholts was a Pilot Rock
Fancho Stubblefield left Monday
for Portland. He will be accompanied
home by his wife and two small
daughters w ho have been visiting there
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jen
Men's and Boys'
79c, 98c, $1.19,
v 3 itii"n-i't it in . . . r.i i . , ,,
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OppooHe Hotel IVniUeton.
Cozy Holiday Footwear Appealingly Priced
Almost everyone will include at least one pair of house slippers
among their Christmas gifts. " "
Our assortment offers practically all colors and styles of best
qualities at prices that mean real savings for you.
Kid Boudoir Slippers
$2.49, $2.69 '
Exactly as illustrated, high grade
colored kid, flexible leather sole, vamp
ornamented with silk pon pon, colors
are pink, lavender,' blue and brown.
Same style made of genuine Skinner's
satin, quilted, pink, blue, old rose and
lavender, pair $3.49
E-Z Felt Cuff, 81.79
A' very practical slipper at' a price
that makes it easy to enjoy their com
fort, similar to illustration, a trifle
higher and finished -with cuff. Elk
hide sole and heelcolors are black,
blue and gray, pair .1 $1.79
Juliet Fur Trimmed $2.25
Popular fur trimmed style as shown,
flexible leather sole, solid leather heel,
vamp ornamented with felt bow and ro
sette, black, wine and gray, pair. $2.25
Daniel Green Comfys
$2.25, $2.4, $2.98 1
A wonderful array of these depend
able and favorably krfown slippers are
displayed in our' south window in col
ors to match kinionas or bath robes oi
almost any shade, some are ribbon
trimmed, others' have a perforated
banding at .top and many sport dainty'
silk pon pons.
The- one illustration Is hlmwii In two qualitfc anil
fccvernl'eolors, Prk-cU ut. . . .-. $!.? '
TJ. CI Penney Co7ANjtlon-Wide Institufion.
THE RRST HATIDNAL BA
Offers an unexcelled banking service to in
dividuals and corporations; transacts a
general banking business and maintains
special departments with facilities of the
Acta as administrator of estates, or as ex
ecutor or trustee under wills.
sn has been placed under duarantlne,
their son Norman being ill with scarlet
fever. ; -. , ' .
Mr. and Mrs. John Royer drove over
to Helix Tuesday to attend tho turkey
shoot and baruccue.
Mrs. Ida Russell was shopping In
Pendleton Monday. '
Miss Helen DeVaul has accepted a
position with the Pilot Rock Mercan
Miss Hyacinth Done will visit friends
and relatives In Pilot Rock until Jan
when she expects lo enter training at
St. Anthony', hospital.
J. P. Kirkpatrlck transacted bus.
luess in Pendleton Monday.
Rollln McBroom returned Monday
from Portland where he has been at
tending the stock show.
Morg Edwards was a Pilot Ro'ck
Frank Done, who is employed on
the Hampton Ranch near Pendleton,
is spending Thanksgiving week wjth
his family here.
spent Bunday In,
DrOscar Dc vaul and daughtor Mfss
Helen De Vaul will be entertained at
the G. W. Rugg home In Pendlcfon
FIRST WOMAN BAILIFF
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THE FORDSON MOT '
. Tractor farming ha come to slay. Th. knowl
edge that the tractor Is the speediest, most practical
nd economical power Is common to nearly every one
In the farming community. , , . i
Tho general trend now is from the big tractor to
the smaller and more economical. Ranchers every
where are getting away from the big over haul Jobs,
the expensive parts and high priced operators.
The Fordson Is he logical tractor. The tractor
that fills the requirements of the .mailer economical
It does not matter If you already own a caterpil
lar, you can use a Fordson to good advantage. Place
It along side of any six to eight mule team. . Keep
track of the actual time that each are In the field
working during the day. Tou will find the Fordson
will get In an hour more actual work than the mules.
Tou will also see that the Fordson Is traveling twice
as fast as the mules and that you are using an aver
age of less than two gallons of COAL OIL to the acre.
The Fordson Is Tio experiment. Over one-third of
all the tractor. In use )n the United States are Ford-.
Come In or call us up and wo will be glad to dem
onstrate. Watch It do the work that you have to do
overy year. Watch the ease, economy and - .peed
with which It does It. If you have any work to do
thin-fall let us help you get It dono.and in doing thle
you will have tho opportunity to see the Fordson In
action. We know you will appreciate the saving In
Initial cost, in operation and upkeep. If you dont
fou owe us nothing. , , .
Simpson Auto Co.
Phone 408. Corner Water & Johnaon St.
' ' CINCINNATI A womaa bslt
Iffl Court attache, were struck
with consternation when Judge
O'Connell named Mrs. Minnie
West. 1141 DaunerniT. ballif
She had never beea la a eourt
room before her appointment.
County official, belter, she if the
flnt woman bsU'ff In Ohio. Rar
aa-'ar- win be about -
We now have Chevrolet 490 Model, for imme
Remember, in cae of a reduction in price be
tween now and next May we will refund in cash
the full amount of any reduction... Better protec
tion could not be offered.
We are always glad to demonstrate. '
Oregon jfotor (jarage
Diatributora . . .
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