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DAILY EAST OEEGOKIAIT, TEUDtETOS, OMC.0I?, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2ff, 1920
CAtiEXDAJl Of EViiNTi
t' Nov. 11-J5 Kod Cro Boll
Nov. 25, ThttnkHgivIng Foot
' y ball, La Grand va.' Pendleton,
V, . Ie. Elka memorial Sun
I ' day.
s. Dec. . Dlatrlct K. of P. meet
J7 Ins heia. ,
boo. S. Annual Meeting
J Kound-Uu dlrectora. .
- Dec. 10. Sale of Indian lanfi.,
5, . f
Font onpktM Get liovuite.
ii Ta Wednesday afternoon rush at
,the ounty clerki office waa for mar
;VlK lleariaee. ' Kmir cotinlea who d
; tore to apend Tliankagrvmg day in
wedded bllM wera accommodated with
the ecary paira an the clerk va
V blillpod to keep open hoiiaa tor an
Y houi overt." Those olHalned
' their' nauer wara;, f Johu 1 H. aver.
fatreet aad Anna Gaillord, of
ton; John W. Crow and Mildred If.
Bowman, of I'emlletori; ' Byron Moll
and Kthelrri.Wella, of Nolln, nnd Ed
ward F. Ijiiinliii and Myrtle Letlia
Herman of Pendleton.
im i ,
Stnad Mrnitwr of Family lilt.
Alex Cochran lt night met Injury
itt StUiu aiid AH attest by being
Htrtick hy an auto, 1 tlmn a week
lifter hla son, Ralph Cochran, had
been badly It; )nrd when Ray McCar-
roll piloted hla machine Into him. The
older Cochran atepped In front of a!
tnaolilne driven by Henry Schull and
iraffered brutwea and cut. No blame
for the accident wo attached by by
atundera to either party. ,
td follow his former occupation of
fireman with the O. W. R. & N. Co.,
ainte returning from the aervlca.
Cae Onlirrnl DiKmfamtl,
Tha case of Uunham, Urownlow &
Payn v. Harney Oldfleld, et ux, waa
ordered dlsniiwied from the circuit
I1m TobhIIh Raiiiovcd ,
The little daughter of Mr. and Mm.
Joe Snyder la a patient In Ht. An
inonya noiipHui where her tonll
wcro removed today.
rhiwera TaU- Huhouwwlilp.
Rusaell Bowera, of Pendleton, haa
made application for a free echolar-
ahlo In the Y. M. C. A achool for auto
mobile inechanlca In Portland, Cash
WihhI, county T aecrctary, announced
today. Mr. Bowera la the fourteenth
former cervloe man In the county to
take advantage of the acholarkhip of
fered by the organization. He wa
Pendla- gaaawd in aervice and haa been unable
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For Saturday's Trade
NICE FAT DRESSED HENS and SfRIRNGERS,
28c per lb. A 1 4
Tnis poultry is all fresh dressed today- Friday.
OUR USUAL SATURDAY SPECIAL 1
Tomato Sauaage Made from pure pork and
epices with tpmatoes added.
- "YOU MAY DEPEND ON 101' "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
' " ' PIIO.NKS 101
(Privato Eaiiuuice Connerta ItnUi iJppartmcmW)
Fl.VK ;nOtl-AJ( MKATS
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Ii Pallnit In Hoi.Kul.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jumea Bulate, of Pilot Rock, had her
Mtnalle removed today at 8t. An
flub tieu Aiidklonul IJKlit
A glani door, designed to furnish ad
aitional light to the quartern f the
Pendleton Cemmerclal Aaaociatlon,
was inataiied at the entrance to the
association offices this morning.
OiM" prank Over Thauksgivlmr
There waa but one case of drunken
nea reported to the police court thla
morning. John Doe, arrested laat
evening by the police, pat up ball of
flO and forfeited by hla non-appear
ance for trial thla morning.
Scnkxn Wen Attended
The union Thankaglving aervlcea
held yesterday at the Christian church
were well attended by local people.
iev. Alfred Lockwood. naator of the
Church of the Redeemer, gave an In-
apliing address. . Mra, James Kill tang
a solo, and muaio by the ongregutlon
waa led by Joaeph N. Scott.
Itaiu lM'lu, .Seeding
There ia yet considerable seeding to
be done In Umatilla county and the
rain la seriously delaying the game, say
farmers. Should a heavy freeze occur,
quite a bit of acreage would necessarily
be left until spring. The conning of
cold weatheV la feared as It was at
this time last year that the low tem
Rain U Heavy '
Rainfall In Pendleton last night and
today was very lieavy, the total reach
ing half an inch. There was a heavy
("ownpour last night and again today.
;The maximum temperature today Is
j 19, with a minimum of 40. The baro
meter registera 29.30, which ,1s Indi
cative of continued storms, says Major
Lee Moorhouse, official weather ob
server. The rainfall last nlRht was
the greatest In 24 hours during the
Companions for the Child
THERE ARE LONG ROWS OF COMPANIONS
,,t, ( FOR THE CHILD
There are lonjr rows of big and litUe dolls, by
elephants, pussy cats, dogs, teddy bears waiting to
lie adopted by little boys and girls who are out
these days looking for companions, and we want
to be surathat every ond of these little creatures
in our toy village has a new home by Christmas
morning. . i ,
Don't put off making your assortment, but do
it now. Let us lay the gift of your choice away
for you and you can call for them the day before
Christmas. 1 .
The BEE HIVE
Pay Ciali PendlelW Variety Store Save Caih
Meeting to lie Held
A Iram nureau meeting will be held
at Columbia tonight. The meeting,
the first in a series, is for the purpose
of rounding up the work of the past
ar and outlining the coming work.
Frank Waugeman will preside. Henry
Kommerer, Henry Ott and T. P. Phlpps
will report on the work under their di
rection. J. F. Mc.Vaught. of Hermlston
will explain theldca of the American
Farm Uureau Federation and of the
State Federation. The matter will be
considered by the Farm Bureau members.
Traffic Cases Numerous.
Four traffic cases were on the
books of the police court today as a
result of a little added vlgllence in
the police department. ' H. C. Vogler,
Jr., driving a Washington car, was
fined 5lfbr having left his car in the
Main street parking strip with the
engine running. Pah Jones and John
l)oe forfeited .ball of 3 ' each on
oTiarges of parking their cars on the
wring side of a street. A. J. Ash-
Say You Want -"Diamond,
Don't Spoil or Streak youf
Material in a Poor Dye
Pl AHl.KTOVS I,EAM.U iTRK
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Tomorrow is the last day. The savings you can make wUl surprise .you. RE
MEMBER THESE ITEMS TAKEN FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK, .while they
last at these prices. u . ' .'. ; . ' I:. , , :
ONE LOT DRESSES $19.50
ONE LOT MEN'S SUITS $29 85
.-MEN'S UNDERWEAR $4.85
WOMEN'S SHOES SPECIAL $3.75
LOT 2 $1XK 75c
LOT 3 SILKS 50c,
LOT 1 C01ET L95
LOT 2 CORSETS $3.93
LOT 3 CORSETS $5.29
LOT 4 CORSETS $7.50
Skinner's Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg. 10c
Spiced Cut Herring in pint jars 35c
Imported Anchovies in pint jars -. 75c
Gorton's Fish Balls, 1 lb. can 30c
Appetit-sild in pound cans
Bass Island White Grape Juiee, large
bottles . $1.00
man paid a fine of 12 for parking his
car over tha white lines on Alain
Big 'licis" Shown.
A mammoth cheeso is on display in
the window of Gray Urol hers Uro
cery. Tha big cheese weighs 415
pounds. In former years the grocery
has secured huge cheeses from Penn
sylvania, but this year the cheese is a
Tillamook product, bought under tha
slogan "Oregon Prod nets First." The
cake of cheese displayed by the store ned to spend the Thanksgiving holi
itvi srnr whw a nwninr ana weiKiien day with her
1.315 pounds, the biggest
played in Pendletc.fi.
j:eet foi h6uijays.
Miss Madeline liurgess, a student at
the I niveisity of Washington, und
Halph Hurgesa who is attending th
University of Oregon at Eugene, went
to Portland Wednesday to join their
mother Alia. J. N. Buicks who de
parted Tuesday evening after a visit
in Pendleton. - Mrs. Burgess is spend
ing the winter at the Mallory in Port
land and her son and daughter plan-
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kept clean. No
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, tMKW package of "Diamond Dyes'
contain directions ay simple that any
woman can diamona-dya & new, rich,
fadeless color into worn, shabby gar
ments, draperlea, coverings, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods.
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind then perfect results are guar
anteed even U you have never dyed
before. Druggist haa color card.
Cold Coining On ?
Dr. Kind's New Discovery
will soon make you feel
more fit ;
DRY, tidclimt sensation in tha
throat, headache, feverish, eyes
ache? Don't play with that on
coming cold. Get Dr. King's New
Discovery at once. You will like the
way it takes hold and eases the cough,
loosens the phlegm, and relieves tfie
congestion in eye and head. '
Children aad grownups alike use it.
No harmful : drugs,', but just good
medicine for eolda, coughs and grippe.
Sold by your druggist for many years.
60 cents, $ 1 .20 a bottle.
For colds andcozgbs
Tired Oat in Half a Day?
You wouldn't be if your bowels were
acting regularly. Try Dr. King's
I 'ills or aluggish bowels and torpid
liver. You'U keep fit for work and
' really enjoy a whole day of it as you
used to do. Same old price, 25 cents.
i Prompt Wont Gripe
Popular Couple Arrested
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not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
21 years, and proved safe by mil!ions.-i-Say "Bayer"!.
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genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direct
lions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rhcc;
matrsm, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American
Bandy tin boarea of 12 tabkaa teat fct few eeateWger parftagei.
Alrla Is tha trsO mark at Burcr Msavfactm of MoaoaetUcaddnttr at 8:lrrKcf-
axetted over tha '
arrest of a popular captain aad World War hero, aad -lsw us. .
harged witk tha allegMl thett of thoasanda of dollars waeta l
furs, silverware, linen, Ji glssi and other 5labla. Captala ana
Mra. Beverly Orajrson Chew are tha eoupla. Capiat Ch!wro
i from the raaka and went tn.Franee June 14., JSII Mt.-Vttaw
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If it is a clean, wholesome piece of meat you want
for tomorrow you will find the very best at the Table
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We will have an abundance of nice vegetables
and fruits for your selection tomorrow.
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