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DAILY EAST OHEGOIHAW, rfcflDLETOTT, OEZSo FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2fi, 1025.
SociaZ and Cu6 Netus
lil TI HNM 1'IK'M WAI.I.A WAI.I.A. i
Mrai. J. A. Inske returned this inor-
ning floin WM.ll.t Walla fftict-c slv
apeiit Thaak.'gw :ng with relatives.
miss hi.k.ma.v is pride
Anion; Thankn inw eddinft was
a wiviee pei-iormed at 9 o'clock es
t.Tilii which united Miss .Myrtle
Jjplha Merman ami Edward r. lea
ning. Vows were cxi handed at the
home of the lu ldo. 7 S r K;ulroud street, i
and Rev. K. I I-tiiKSHluirver, pastor of
the Christian church .officiated. i
EI.KS DANCE iKl.ti!llTKi r.- ! .
The halli-niim of il0 Elks temple,
rich In Its droraU"n i f royal purple
ami dotted with (treat clusters or .tan-
ne.se chrvsnuthrmmns and primroses,
married at xoi.i,
An wrncuve country homo near
Nolin was the scene yesterday of a
marrinse forv.ee at wlilchMlsa Elh-
el.n Wells became tlir bride of Ilyron ''forded a handsome, foil last evoulii
foil. Rev. R, 1 Russiihargcr of the;"-"" In'' ra.ii.iov-;nsi- j;ovns of scores
Christian Chilli of l'endleton, offl- uf matrons and maids who drr.oes
ciated and Air. and .Mrs, t. A. Wells, lawny the final hours of Thanksgiv
I rother and sister in law of the bride day ns guests of the Elks lodge,
vero chosen as the. couple's attend- phe afi'ar. an unmull .hip, marked
f'M of their fornntl events to he
n-h. ,.., .1 i -. i ven In the now homo and the place.
. .? , f,he hrUSe hcre ,he '"h completeness orcharm. added
-. a .-room wun liiftnitclv to the ri-. io ait.. ..f
jeoriy winter flowers. Miss Wells was
Josephine lilniu-l and Ed Ringel at
tended tlie coujdo. The bride wjis a
lovely picture .in a gown of filmy
u' ;, Krc"t c""",,r A "nlwr 'd the wedding and
of white rosea Mr and Mrs. Innl,, te couple motorci to Pendleton f the
i.re If. male their home In IVndlelon n'temnnn nkin. .. ..' " ,
, . ...q rT.iitiiie 1 1 hiii i.ir
, v ostei n Oregon for a short trip. ,
nivsiot in v t?!. ...... w.t, ..... i
. Ilr-...i.l.- ...I .1 i . -I - ..I.-...IS liiliril
. me w 7; . "rnl,M,"s -IPlestals which at Intervals, hordered
. Itl ".,.a'ChJ. ni " " J fno comer offered
.-nMt-fc ui nwnuiis,
where ilr. LanninR is in business.
II O I'
I S T A I It S S II O r
Any Suit One Half Price.
Silk Dresses at Wholesale Cost
y, Wool Dresses Wonderfully Reduced
Coats at Great Reductions
Your opportunity to buy two garments for,
the price of one.
Over Taylor Hardware Store
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I v. - .
TKEY make ycu "Choc
olate hungry " to lock
.t then- AH your favorites
inccetoz. Oh, but they're
delicious 1 And they are
known to many young ladie3
in this town already! Atom
Candy Counter, in hand
some, full-measure boxes.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
YOUR PULLETS ARE LAYING.
YOUR OLD HENS ARE NOT.
Feed Ejjjnnash hot mixed with
"3Iore Eg5s" ! whole com and
JMTalehfeed. After one week your
hens will lay, if not sick.
Try, we know where we are talk-
mm FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court Street
100 W. AlU Street
an Invitinif punch taide.
IXnvnstairs Kipper was served and
the snests re.-e.sscd their program of i
dancts by a ohnt nronhd t aides in the
attractive dinincr room.
The event iaMnchiiTs formal func
tions of -its site on rendition's lu;il-:
21 social calendar, was woalthy fn de-;
tail and perfect In upjudnvment. The
committee of ElKs which sponsored th !
affair included (Icoi-ko Hnrtnian. Ir.
Fred I.leuallen, t;len Storle, -Robert
Simpson an Nat Kimball. ' '
The Informal dance program of the
lodg-e will be resumed with an cv-jnt
scheduled for December 14
The Cheese Store'
Our cheese Uepmlmot carries the best assort
ment of Quality Cheese.. :
Large Tillamook "Oregon Quality" Cheera, weight
415 pounds, ready for order in a few days '
Tillamook Triplets, always on hand, pound. .....45c
Wisconsin Daisy Full Cream, pound :...45c
Tillamook Long Horn Cheese, pound : SOc
luiamooK loung Americans, pound SOc
It.' ... T-l- 1 . .
Wisconsin Brick, pound
JNew ioik LimUerger, pound t..
Gaminel-Ost, large jar .,....r
Imported Swiss, box
Imported Roquefort, pound Z.Z........
Parmesan, Italian, Jar
Blue Hill Pimento and Chili, package "
Complete line of Kraft Cheese in tins
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
MISS BOW MAX IS. HKIDK
ThanksKivlnct waa chosen
Harriet Mildred Bowman and John y.i j,,
. ' ' i m
WAS ONLY JOKING I
' POPLAR BLUFF; Mo. Next
time B. B. Penzel, newly-tlected
state senator, runs for election,
he will not promise, even in Joke,
to get married ij the women will
elect htm. In r, campaiftn speech
he said he had two aspirations in
life; one was to go to the Missouri
Senate, and the other was to ac
quire a wife. After his election'
"he was swamped with proposals.!
, "But," he-crie-l, "I was only.
their weddin dav And
uy auss vows were exchnnscd yesterday niorn-
v o ciock at tne parsonage
of tha Christian" Chun h, Rev. n. L.
' Jasabarger offlciatiTipt. The couple
'i. as unattended but Miss Leona itow-
inan, sister of the bride, Mrs. Jahn
Crow, Sr., aunt of the groom, and
Elmer Crow his brother, witnessed the
exchange' of vows.
The bride chose a traveling; atilt of
brown duvetyn worn with a hat of
brown beaver and c:oth of gidd. Her
bouquet was a corsage cluster of white
baby chrysanthemums and maidenhair
The couple departed on No. 17 for
Portland where they will make an In
Mrs, Crow la an attractive daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. purl Itowman and her
husband, a well known young farmer.
Is a nephew of John Crow, extensively
interested in I'maliUa county wheat
THANKSGIVING P.KJNllS UEfXIOX
One of the muni charming and uni
que of Thanksgiving affairs was a
leuuion yesterday-of tho Montgomery
family at the home of -Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Albee, of Helix, Mrs. Mar
A. Montgomery, mother of the family,
and Mr. and Mrs. Allioe -being hoNts.
All of the seven children of Mrs. Mont
gomery shared the event and John i).
I'eck, of Lynd. Washington, a brother
of Mrs. Montgomery was also a guest
A delightful Thanksitiving dinner
was served, the table appointments
developing a dainty motif of yellow,
with chrysanthemums nodding from
their central cluster. Covers were
laid for twentv Including Miss Mattie
Montgomery of Helix, Thomas O.
Montgomery of linker, Mr. and Mrs
Alex Montgomery of King Hill, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery of
Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Albee, Kob
ert Montgomery of King Hill, and Mrs.
Dan Howard of Portland.,
"They Woric while you Sleep"
'All In"? You re bilious, constlout.
ed, upset! You feel headachy, full of!
cold, diiuty, unatruue. Tour meal.1
oon't fit breath is bad, skin sallow, i
Take Otscarets tonight Jor your liver i
and bowels and wake up clear, ener
getic and fuU of "ue." No grlpiua :
no li coovcnicnco. Children lov Cas '
arets too. 10. JS.1 M cent
Oi l-bis AUK l-,u.ur.u ,
Thanksgivlr.jr guests at the homcof
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dale were H. H.
Dale, of Pratt, Kansas, father of Mr.
Loses $400,000 . in Gems
i J A
Dale, and Mr. and Mra. f . M. Cook and
son Randolph Cook of Hell. Mr.
Cook is a cousin of Mrs. Dale. Dinner
was served at J:30 o'clock and the
Labia was prettily arranged with tipt-
sal Thankaeivlng appointments. .
STt'DENT VISITS AT HOUK,
Mise MaKine Stanfieid arrived Wed
nesday evening from Walla , Walla,
where she Is a student at St. 'Paul's
sclKo4, and was Joined here by her
mother, Mrs. Ralph Stantield. To
gether they returned U Kcho whore
Miss Stanflold spent Thanksgiving
and will remain over the week-end.
LKAVE KOR PANAMA. f
Mr. C. 8. Jackson and grandson
Suniucl have gone to Panama. They
were passengers an tbe same ship on
which President-elect Harding ' and
Mrs, Harding sailed. Mr. Jacksen is
remaining in Baltimore for tho pres
ent. Morning Oregonlau.
MRS. WoioDHEifE FOR VISIT ,
Mrs. O. C. Wood, of Qass City, Mich.,
arrived here, today on No. 17 for n.
visit of two ecka at the home of her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Cash Wood. , i
MARRIED IX 't'OUTLANI.'
k Of interest to 'Joeal peoblo la the
marriage of Miss VlvlaOibhs, for-
The Quality, Style aiid Prices of Our
Garments Now on Special Sale.
Cloth and plush in the best materials and styles.
Reg. $22.50 to $125.00 ' v .
Now 315.00 to 189.50
- Reg. $45.00 to $115.00
Now 325.00 to $75.00
. ' . DRESSES
Reg. $27.50 'to $115.00 ' '
Now $19.50 to 375.00
All Waists, Skirts. Sweaters and Petticoats
Have your Xmas photos mafle b)
W ard we will take you In your borne.
merly of this clt;, to Dr. Bruce Rrace. 1110 East Twenty-eighth street north.
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Miss (HUM was popular in inr younger t
set in Pendleton, where she attended
high school. Following Is the an
nouncement of Miss (libbs' marriage,
as chronicled In the Oregon Journal:
file wedding of Miss Vivian tilbos
ant Dr. Uruce T. Brace took place at
the borne of Dr. and Mrs. AVhltaker,
Monday evening. Their marriage fol
lowed a romance which began while
the bridegroom was attached to tlie
stai'f et Hi Vincent's hvspltal. Miss
Ciibbs wus a nurse In that Institution!
Tlie marriage service was road by. Dr.
Vf. T. MrElveen of the Kirst Congrega
tional church. "
Will Rheumatism Again
1 - - Bind VoiT -Hand' andf Poot?-
If yon had Rheumatism last year
, and treated only the pains of the
- disease by rubbinsr with liniments
and lotions you can be sure that
soon again you will be in the ahack-
i lea of this relentless foe. You may
get some slight temporary relief
from the pains of the disease by
' the use of these local remedies, but
. ., Rheumatism is toe real and relent
lessi a disease to be rubbed away.
i; So, many cases of Rheumatism
"Come from a tiny germ in the
blood, that you should try a fen-
edy that has proven so thoroughly
satisfactory In these cases, &&S..,
the. Sne old blood remedy tlemnsw -the
bleed of all impurities, and re. ' '
mores all disease rcrmg that may
creep into the blood. Beghi taking
S.S.S. today, and if you will write a
complete history of your ease, our
medical director will give you ex .'
pert advice, without charge. Ad
Hreits Chief Medical Advuer. 157
Swift Ijkh oratory, Atlanta. Ga. :
YORK Police and detectives he re are searrhftir tnr '
nearly a half million dollars' worth of gems and Jewelry stolen from
Mrs. Charlotte King Palmer, wealthy divorcee here. The thieves
flrst bound and gauged the house servants after they had answered
tbe doorbell, believing their mistress wished entrance, and then,
awaiting Mrs. Palmer'- return, seized and gagged her c!ro before
stealing JeweJ- she wore, worli) T1rt,t(l. 1 -
Sweeping Price Reductions M on
i;Our Entirp Stock of Furniture
rugs, linoleums; shades; kanges, kitchen caul
NETS. ainied at restorinff the purchasing power of your dollar.
CEDAR CHEATS, ENTIRE ST OCK REDUCED
' Genuine Tennessee cdar chests, select them now and have them delivered
when ready Christmas?
.73' r L TTSJEa
$37.50 Copper Trimmed
$42.50 Copper Trimmed
$28.00 Now ..... $23.50
$35.00 NoW ........,$29,
$42.00 Now ... .. $37.40
THE CHILDREN HAVE NOT BEEN OVERLOOKED IN
THE SALE V';
We Jiave placed our entire stock of children's chairs and rockers on sale.
Any of these chairs you wish to purchase now will be held for Christmas de
livery. ." T.",t r . .; ' ' y
. CHILD'S CHAIRS
$2.10 ' $15 Chairs, now
$1.30 $2.35 Chairs now- '
'$5.60 $4.00 Chairs, now ...........
$1.95 '$4.25 Chairs, now
$10 - i HIGH CHAIRS ---i .
$5.10 $27.00 High Chairs, now . . . . . $19.75
$2.90 ' ' $15.50 High Chairs, now : ... . $12.75
$C90 $14.50 High Chairs, now .... . $11.75
$8.75 $10.50 High Chairs, now t $8.85
$5.00 $8.50 High Chairs, now , $6.23
$6.50 High Chairs, now . ..... . $4.90
$2.75 Rockers, now ........
$1.65 Rockers, now
$7.00 Rockers, naw
$2.35 Rockers, now . . . . i . . .
$2.15 Rockers, now ,
$6.50 Rockers, now . ; .
$4.00 Rockers, now ........
$8.50 Rockers, now . ,
$10.75 Rockers, now
$6.00 Rockers, now
$10.50 Rockers, now
CRAWFORD FURH1TURE CO.
M ''Phone 496 ' " t . , -103 E. Court-. i