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MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMESK 2 ST,' 1025.
OUTBURSTS OE EVERETT TRUE
j. C Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
INK CASH STORE
Opposite Hotel Pendleton.
New . Clothes at New Prices
Do Your Xmai Shopping Early
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Many useful gift articles now on display, all mod
erately priced. Just taki a little walk down West
Webb street, only two blocks off Main street, and see
the big savings offered on seasonable merchandise,
such as Dry Goods, Notions, Sweaters, Leather Coats,
Men's Dress Pants, Gloves, Hosiery for Ladies, Chil
dren and Men, Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Mil-inery.
BEARD'S CASH STORE
300 West Webb St.
irr.5 aEd Experience
It requires time and experience, public failh and men
of good Judgment to establish a bank in a strong
Tlie American National nank lias had Thirty-two
yean, of active experience while growing rrom a
small institution Into its pnnoit status. Its directors
and officers have always taken a keen interest in the
welfare and upbuilding of Eastern Oregon, and thus
have acquired a wide acquaintanceship all over the
Von are Invited to make the widen possible use of
our nankins facilities.
The AmenranNaf ioiial Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
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GIVE GOOD PROGRAM
(East Oregonlan Special.)
WEST LAND-MINN"EH AHA, Xov.
29. Miss Daisy McPherson of Pen
dleton was the week end guest of her
sister, Mrs. C. M. Jackson.
The Minnehaha school had a pleas
ing Thanksgiving program Wednesday
afternoon which was enjoyed by a
number of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hlneline and
Margaret motored to Pendleton Wed
nesday afternoon where they were
Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Hineline's
brother, Earl A. Williams. The Wll
liams family enjoyed a family reunion
las well as a Thanksgiving dinner at
Fine Residence on
Will sell or trade for
farm lands, business
property, stocks or
If interested address,
Post Office Box 582
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DR. C EL DAI
Physician and Burgeon
Rooms II and 26 Smith-Crawford
Telephone to Rest S-K
Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
ing, Antiseptic Liquid
It is unnecessary for you to suffer
with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes
and similar skin troubles. Zemo,
obtained at any drug store for 35c, or
$1.00 for extra large bottle, and prompt
ly applied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappearing liquid and is soothing to
the most delicate skin. It is not greasy,
is easily applied and costs little. Get
it today and save all further distress.
The E. W. Row Co., Cleveland, Of
that time. Mr. Hlneline returned
Another family reunion and dinner
was enjoyed at the home of U. O.
Shipley at Westland on Thanksgiving
day. Otto Shipley, who is mountain
eer at Pleasant Valley, and Ernest
Shipley of Nolin were home for the oc
casion. F. M. Burton, brother of Mrs. Lou
Keith, met with a painful accident
when a gun he was carrying became
discharged, the bullet injuring his hip.
Little Frances Poullsen, who attend
ed the Westland school, became seri
ously ill Tuesday afternoon and was
taken home in an unconscious condi
tion. Dr. Adams of Hermlston and
Dr. Boyden of Pendleton were called
to attend her and at a late hour con
sciousness was restored and the little
patient is resting easily.
Mr. and Mrs. George Prlndle spent
Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Prindle's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shotwell,
Mrs. Alton Basey is In Pendleton re
ceiving medical treatment.
W, G. Rodda, who has been ill the
past three weeks, is convalescent.
Pete Sheridan of Lower Butter
Creek, held his annual turkey shoot
on Sunday. A number of the local
people were present and brought home
somo of the holiday birds.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Starr and Mrs.
Ellen McMartin had Thanksgiving
dinner at the home of Mr. Charley
Ware, of Westland.
The Eugene Ranch company are
the owners of two high priced full
blood Holstein cows purchased re
cently at the livestock show at Port
land. The C. M. Jackson home was the
scene of a merry dinner party Thurs
day. The guests were E. L Jackson
and family and Miss Daisy McPherson
Hew Fmrnitiure Prices
THE STORE WHERE "QUALITY COUNTS" AND WHERE YOU ARE PROTECTED ON PRICES
While prices have not been reduced to us on scene lines, we believe in volume of business, and are making these
reductions on every article in our stock.
We have some beautiful
designs in the genuine
reed finish in old ivory,
frosted brown and the
brown stain priced at $39.
in Ivory Enamel, Ver
nus Martin, Walnut
and Golden Oak fin
ishes in full size as
well as three quarter
in prices from $7.00
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The very newest styles ap
proved by careful dressers.
Solid conservative models,
semi-conservative and smart
English fashions. One, two
and three button sacks. One,
two and three button double
breasted styles. Carefully
fashioned from high grade
woolens, under the label of the
service giving J. C Penney
Not a few left over suits at
'clearance sale" prices, but
groups of suits embracing all
sizes and a wide range of fab
rics, at prices that will protect
your clothing purchases far
into next season. - - -
$19.75, $21.50, $34.75
Warm coats displaying the
latest designs. .
Double breasted belted mod
els with comfortable convert
able storm collars predomi
nate in our display.' If you
are considering an .Overcoat,
give yourself the benefit of
the protection offered in our
low prices. .
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
Two large section crews, one of
Westland and ona at Munley are at
work on the Coyote cutoff improving
the road before the winter.
Miss Violet Shipley spent several
dways last week visiting with friends
Mahogany sticks, good
assortment, z beautiful
blue and old rose shade
at $50 up. You will
have to see these lamps
to appreciate them.
CRIUKSHANK & HAMPTON
124-128 E. WEBB
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(East Oregonlan Special)
WESTON, No-v. 29. C. O. Babee left
for Pocatello, Ida., Monday. He has
taken a position In the radio service.
Seventy autoa came over tu moun
tains Monday. All gut stuck in the
mud and had to be pulled out with
Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Xorden from Ka-
mela, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
Norden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Miss Helen Denson came oyer from
La Grande to spend Thanksgiving with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Den
Mrs. Roy Hawes came Some from
La Grande where she has toeen the
last few weeks. . .
Leo Hawes from La Grande, was
here Thursday visiting his brother and
sister, Roy and Leta Hawes.
Miss Velva Williams, third trick op
erator, left Wednesday for. his home
at Gibbon. Ore.
Mrs. D .W. Granger and 'Mrs. Har
ry Smith and children, spent Thanks
giving with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Thompson. at Stanfleld.
John Dockweiler, Sr., has been on
the sick list the last few days.
Frank Ulrlch from Pendleton Is
here, having spent Thanksgiving with
his sister, Mrs. K. R. Moore.
Frank Watkins went to : Pendleton
Friday on business. '' ,
Steve Lawlor and family have mov
ed to Pendleton for the winter.
Dale Denson returned 1 Saturday
rrom Hilgard to spend Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. F. H.', Lensnn.
W. M. Chelt went to La Grnnde Fri
day on business.
Earl GUIanders from Pendleton,
was here transacting business with the
Steve Lawlor from Pendleton, was
here Sunday on business.
B. F. Marlin returned from his
ranch to spend a few days with his
Elmer Earl from Kamela, was here
Saturday on business.
FIRST ORIENTAL HUNGER
STRIKER DIES IN SEOUL
TOKIO, Nov. 29. (A. P.) The
first hunger strike in the orient on
record, that of a prisonerlncarcerated
In connection with the Korean Inde
pendence movement, ended fatally to
day when the prisoner died In the So
oul Jail. He had fasted 13 days.
rpread and destroyed property esti
mated td hava been worth 171,000.
The fir department from Mexlcall,
Mexico, came across the boundary and
assisted In quelling the flames.
CALEXICO HAS COSTLY
SUNDAY MORNING FIRE
CALEXICO, Calif., Nov. 29. (A. P.)
Fire starting early Sunday In the
rear of a second hand store here.
Tile Inward Effects of humors are
worse than the outward. They en
danger the whole system. Hood's Rar.
saparllla eradicates all humors, cures
all their inward and outward effect.
It in the great alternatlce and tonic,
whose merit has been everywhere established.
Clv Way t Soothing Hamlin'
Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe,
simple and effective treatment for
both headache and neuralgia.
Rubbed in where the pain is, it easel
.he tortured nerves and almost in
variably brings quick relief. Keep
a supply on hand.
Wizard Oil is a good dependable
preparation to have in the medicine
chest for first aid when the doctor
may be far away. Its healing, anti
septic qualifies can always be re
lied Upon as a preventive against
infection, or othe.- serious results,
from sprains, bruises, cuts burns,
bites and stings. Just as good, too,
for sore feet, stiff neck, frost bites,
cold sores and canker sores.
Gtnerous sis bottle ISe.
It you si- troubled with constlpstloa
or alck hoaDacho try Hamlln'a Wizard
Liver Whip.. Juit pleasant little sis
pills at orusslata for IDo.
A. C. Koeppen & Bros. :
Drug Store That Server)
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WILLIAMSON. W. Va., Nov. 29.
(A. P.) A provisional battalion ' of
approximately 500 regular army troops
from Chllllcothe, Ohio, arrived here
last night. The troops are here In
response to a request of Governor John
Cornwell, who decided that the dis
orders of the past few weeks nad
created a situation with which . the
state and county officers cuuld not
cope. ) . ;
Detachments of soldiers have al
ready been sent to Kermlt, Cederland
and Matewan for guard duty.! No dis
orders have been reported, t
We now have Chevrolet 490 Models for imme
diate delivery. ,
Remember, in case 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 alwaya glad to demonstrate.
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