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DAILY EAST OEEOmW, PKfDLBTQjf, OEEGOM. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER rl, 1520.!
lSews of Pendmon
CAIJONDAlt Ol'" EVENTS
Doc. 13. Grand Jury convenos
Deo. J7-18 State Wool Clrow-
era meet liere,
Dec. 20-:M Pruning ichool at
Doo, 18-28 Second Animal
mooting Oregon Ktato Chamber
uoc. zs-zs uruln and forage
Furl I'ninur ) uin
Kurt I'lilimrr, who dirrltijc tho war
nerved In IT. H." Navy, left Friday for
C'nrvalllH. Ho will be a Htudent at O.
A. (J. and will talm vocutlonal trulnlnit.
NoIkmiI IK'iiui'tini'ia Added.
licgliinliiR with today, the
Orcionliiu will ,cai h Haturday
news no1vn from the local
nchoola, under the, heading, '
nchool, pilot Rock
Dec. Z9-S t. Annual meeting
O. 8. T. A., Portland.
Jan. 18. Annual , meeting
Pendleton Clrade H hool Are Doing,
ICaeh grade In fHch school luix been
asked to contribute ncwi tr the de
iiartmont. t- , .
Mimaifcr of (ai-occrjr, .
l;ulih Ifatoll hau accnulcd a jioid
Hon villi t'ie Kconomy Grocery, lie
will act tut manager.
1m-uI Woman to Aid
'In rcNoonHe to a rciuet from .lrn
A. K. Mi'Fnrland, of the Umatilla horn
bureau, Pendleton women will attaint
th west end bureau to become a de
partmental club. Mr. K. T. Wndfl
will explain civic club work, Mr. I
, I. Ilobart, literary club work, and Mr
10d It li (K Vanleu(iii, home demount
tlon agent, will explain , home econ
omic work mid the nodal Hide of chili
work. The visit will he made noon.
The I'matilla home bureau hna HI
mcnibem and last year hand led (loul
Athi'nu Adopt Protein m
The first of 1'matllla county town
to adopt a community program under
the direction of the homo bureau 1
Athena, soya Mrs. Kdllh G. Vanbeu
ifn, home demonstration agent. Athe
na, women recently appointed com
mittee to afjiriK-e for various schools
and for a coitsocutlve program of
club uud social work. December IS,
the community will hold a street fair,
followed by a dance, the proceeds to
be used to pay for the piano bouKht
i.y the community emu. The com
mittee appointed, to tnke care of .the
year' program constats, of Mrs. Scott
flHtiiT, Mrs. C X. Hmlth, Mrs. M. M.
nice, Mrs. Italph McKwen, Mrs. W. p.j
Kerguson, Mrs. Charles Dudley, Mra.fl
Kred Boyd and Mrs. VanDeusen.
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If you will call at our store, or phone "One-O-One"
You 'llvfind how a first class store is run,
Where the boys are cheerful, neat and cleap,
Where the very best groceries and meats are seen.
Our salesmen will sell you goods that have won 1
A monster business for "One-O-One". ,
By One of "The Boys." ,
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON '101' "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private r.c'liamtn Ointm-ts llolli TM-pnrtmcnui)
. ") J , FINK UKMCKKIUH AM) MEATS
r'jl ncunloii at Columbia
Kred Ilcnnion, ' County agriculture
agent, Is In Columbia toduy to attend
tno poultry culling. demonstration.
Crotllloin Do Not Appear.
fo creditors. appeared at the meet
ing called for them Friday In the
case of N. K. Morgan, bankrupt, and
the case waa ordered closed up by
Judge Thomas Pit sTtl era Id, referee In
bankruptcy. The man liijted no as
sets other than exempted household
Roods. The records In the caw. wwt
sent to the IT, S. court at Portland last
ft. A. Kitfhi .tlnwitii
As a forerunner of Christmas, the
.Salvation Army kollles appeared today
on Pendleton streets, bearing the le
gend "Keep the Pot Boiling for Christ
mas Cheer." The kettles are under
the cure of Brother Newkirk and Miss
Alrt;e Kclley, members of the 8. A.
Later a third kettle will be used, under
-he l..aiia"ement of Lieutenant Mabel
Dangdon, who Is 111 ahpresent.
Duck Hunters to Cio Out,
Several parties are being planned
for early morning duck shooting tn
the west end of the county Sunday.
IThe storm is expected to bring lots of
1 duoks ento the ponds and some good
bags are anticipated. Among the lo
(al men who announced their Inten
tion of shooting tomorrow were: John
Maker. Mack Foster. Guy Wyrick.
Sol llaum, Gyy Matlock, Jim Kates
and Col. J. H. Haley.
Pendleton Well Vp In Pavbig. I
I i-cnaieion, sixm in population or me
cities of Oregon outside of Portland, I
'stands third In the number of yards of j
l ived streets, according to a chart Just
received hece by the Warren Construe-1
lion Co. Salem leads with '278,000 !
equare yards and Kugene follows with I
234.000. Pendleton, has 202,000 andj
work under contract and m sight will ;
add to thatfigure 25.000 yards, playing I
Pendleton almost on a par with Ku-j
slmccrs Arc. JSijojcd.
A throng of Pendleton Elks and
their friends crowded the lodme room
last niftlit for the llrown's Jubilee con
es t. the first of a series of entertain-
nets to be given this winter'by the
Igo for Its members. The sinners.
oulniet of colored people, proved
Ih-'inselves' adept musicians and were
wn!l received by the audience. En
semble numbers, solos and ducts com
prised the program, with negro camp
nag songs as the leading feature.
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Itantiii-t Plaiiiutl for I-Yhlay. . '
A banquet at 6:30, to be followed by i
work ill the royal purple decree fori
a class of 30, Is the prog-ram for I'ma-!
tilla Kncumpment No. 17, I. O. O. F i
for next Friday evening, Dec. 17, In
Oddfellow hall. Earl Wfilliams, Pr.
K. 11. llrundage and M. A. lloss are a
committee in charge of the banquet,
l-ost night the order Initiated .three
men Into the encampment. These,
with the clam scheduled for next Fri
day night, are expected to swell the
total gain for the year to 100.
Stay I Vrm Town Team.
Plans for the formation of" a Pen
dleton clult-haHketbal) team, to meet
town teams from other communities
3 1 nearby and fo furnish opr"sitlon for
iSjthe high school are being discussed in
Htho city. Ed Olson, one of the movers
S j of the plan, has called for a meeting
E of basketball ! men Infc-rested at the
Elhlgh school gym on Monday evening at
:30. There are said to be a lot of
ifat liasketi'all men In this community
and If efforts are successful in getting
In club together, games with Y. M. C. A.
fives and other clubs probably w III be
San'n Claim can fill his "Sack w ith Toys. Polls, Sleds, Wagons,
Poll teds, Doll C raulca, liasslnetis. Engines, Trains, Horses,
Itoi'kli'g l.ores, Oa'ls, 1. locks. Handkerchiefs, painted China, Cut'
Also wo carry tho complete line of Clllherts High Gradeand
Instructive Toys for Buys.- Tree Decorations, Hfjlly Boxes we
could fill the Hlilc of this paper with suggestions of toys and
gifts. Our stock Is that complete, but it will pay you to come
and see and cnoosc for yourself, and don't put it off for too
long a time, for gifts are going fast.
The BEE HIVE
5 ": .", PayCash Pendleton' Variety Store Save Cash '
Ilig Gnlo Visits City.
A fifty-mile gale blew In Pendleton
last night, breaking windows, tearing
down floors and blowing weeds and all
S) loose objects about the streets. The
5 wind was followed by a driving torrent
5 of rain, which reached atotal precipl
jgitntlon of .06 inches. Among tho win
dow panes broken was one in the
lodgo room of the Elks building where
the crash of broken glass startled the
hundreds of local people assembled
S I for the concert. A glass, 4S by 60
S inches. In Dr. F. U. Ingram's irfficc.
E'waa shattered. The mercury dropped
to S Inst night, one degree above
freezing. . "
is the rfiore sensible? buying some ioousn nine guc
that is soon forgotten, or one mat proves us useiui
npss in dailvuse. Alladin Aluminum satisfies.
pieces or by
the set in
Jlat th aip oa every pio
r Universal Stoves 6vmJces
Another SlcCook Ojicns Pank.
Nelson McCook, brother of J. P..
McCook. vice president of the Ameri
can National Bank, and of iK. Ol Mc
Cook, formerly Implement dealer, of
Pendleton opened the California Na
tional Bank at Long Beach, Cnl., last
week, with 697 new accounts on the
first day. The total of deposits for the
opening day was 1252,000. The ank
is capitalized for 3200,000. Mr. Mc
Cook is the third of his family to come
west to enter the banking business, a
irothrr. II. D. McCookieing president
of the American National Bank nt fn
Bernardino, Cal. He sold his interests
nt Sumner. Iowa, to open the new in
stitution at Long Beacch. Nelson Mc
Cook was a visitor bore a year ago
while on his first trip west.
sheriff-dlKl Names Thn
Three deputies whom Sheriff -elect
ifm-th Houser, will appoint
when he goes Into office January 1,
1921,. wero announced by him on. Fri
day. His daughter, Sirs. Nona McFall,
of Echo, will have chaive of the tux
books and records, while Wes tipcar.
of Freewater. and Dave Lavend.ir, of
Weston, will be deputies. Mr. Spear
.has just resinned as city marshal at
i Freewater rnd Mr. Luvendar has been
;a road suptrvlsor for the county. Mrs.
l.McFall is with the Bank of Echo as
tookkieper. Although the present
jfiuco at the sheriff's orfiic consists of
It'our deputies and thus leaves one more
position lo be filled, the sheriff-elect
(has not Indicated a tltspositic n to re
tain uny of those at present employed.
' . To Cure OuM tn Om Day '
Take Grove s LAXATIVE BltOMO
(iPININB tablets. Th6 genuine bears
thevilgnnture of TJ W. Oroya. 30c
Adv. - .
BUY A BARREL OF
BUY A BARREL OF
I'lv-voLin-ox's i.iiic srl:i:
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FOR MANY YEARS pur store lias been rightly considered HEADQUARTERS EOR
GIVEABLE THINGS. Gifts' that reflect good 'taste and individual desirability at
reasonable Charges. - ONLY 10 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS. Buy your
XMAS gifts here DURING OUR GREAT PRICE REVISION SALE and sayq. " 1 : ;
Great Price Revision Sale of Silks
Jtrice revision downward in silks. . Now is your op
portunity to buy silk at a big saving. The qualities
are of the best and- the prices we make here, are
Rock Bottom. Buy a Dress, Waist or Skirt length .
and give for Xmas you're sure to please if you
give silks. ; . i i -
Chiffontine Lining Silk, yard 30o
Taffeta Underwear Silk, yard . . ... . ...... 85c
1 piece Grey Tricolette, yard, w $L50
Lining Silk, fancy, yard $1.95
1 Lot short length Silk Velour, worth $7.50 up, ,
special, yard ; $1.50'
$10.50 Silk Velour Dress Velvets; yard $7.00
$5.50 Costume Velvet $3.75
$1.75 Trinyning Velvet $U9
COLORED TAFFETAS, $1.49 f
36 in; wide, best quality Colored Taffeta, former-"
ly sold for $2.50 to $3.00 yard. ' ;
COLORED SATINS '
$3.50 quality for $2.45
$4.00 quality for .' $2.75
$4.50 quality for ........ . $35 .. . .. . . ..."
Every shade of our- finest quality .Georgette
Crepes included m this sale. xWe only have on
grade and that of the best Offered in widest va
riety of shades and 40 inches wide. Specially eood
for waists, dresses and evening wear. ; -Revised-prices
. .., . , $U9
36-INCH MESSALINES. $1.65
All Colored Messalines, 36 in. wide, included in this
Great Price Revision 'Sale. Messalines that form
erly sold for $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00.
40 'in. Silk Trico, yard
40 in. Pussy Willow Taffeta ,
Silk Shirtings, yard
Skinner Satins, yard
GREAT PRICE REVISION SAtE OF
. , . DRESS GOODS
These offerings come just at the right time, just
when you can make up Dresses, Skirts and Coats
and get a full season's wear put of them.
Our entire Dress Goods Stock . is practically
thrown on the Bargain Counter. Come now and
fill your Dress Goods needs at these prices.
Give a Dress, Skirt or Coat length for Xmas she
will like it.
One lot Dress Goods, Revised Price, yard 50c
Another lot Dress Goods, Revised Price, yard.. 85c
$2.00 Quality, Revised Price a $1.49
$2.50 Quality, Revised Price $1.75
$3.00 Quality, Revised Price $2.00
$3.50 Quality, Revised Price $2.45
$4.00 Quality, Revised Price $2.95
$4.50 Quality, Revised Price $3.47
$5.00 Quality, Revised Price $3.75
$6.00 Quality, Revised Price $4.39
$6.50 Quality, Revised Price $4.S7
$7.00 Quality, Revised Price $5.00
$7.50 Quality, Revised Price $5.25
$8.00 Quality, Revised Price $5.95
$3.50 Quality, Revised Price $6.25
36 inches wide. Black and Colors.
1 LOT FIGURED VOILES, 25c
There are about 10 pieces in this lot. We are
closing them out. Formerly sold from 75c to $1.00
yard. Revised Price ' 25c
1 LOT COLORED BATISTE, 25c
Comes in neat stripes and figures. Splendid for
Dresses and Aprons for Xmas gifts.
$1.50 COl-ORED DRESS LINING
Revised Price, 95c. , 't,
, Comes ii pink, blue and rose, 36 in. wide.
l. WASH SKIRTING-1-2 PRICE. ' (
I his assortment includes all our 'Wash Skirtings,
white and colors. Buy your next spring and sum
mer needs now and savev as these prices are far be
low wholesale. .
o "ONE LOT CANTON FLANNEL, 15c
Best Quality Percales
Best Quality Ginghams '
Best Quality French GinghaVus" .
One Lot Devonshire . . . .
Colored Outings, 27 inch
colored Uutmgs, 36 inch
..... .. . 25c
i . i 35c, 45c
19c, 25c, 30c
25c Quality, Revised
Price . ....... 20c
35c Quality, Revised
"Price . . . 28c
50c Quality, Revised
Price . .i...'.. 39c
65c Quality, Revised
Price, , 4Sc
$1.25 Quality, Revised Price
$1.50 Quality, Revised Price ,
75c Quality, Revised
Price . . .. . 59c
85c Quality, Revised
Price . . . 69c
$1.00 Quality, Revised
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TABLE LINENS PRICES CUT DEEP
Why not give Table
Linen this year. If
not a Cloth give her a
set of Napkins,
$2.50 Quality, Revis
ion Price ..... $1.78
$5.00 Quality, Revision Price
' $6.00 Quality, Revision Price
$6.50 Quality, Revision Price
$7.00 Quality, Revision Price
$8.50 Quality, Revision Price . . .
$3.00. Quality, Revis
ion Price ...w $1.95
$3.50 Quality, Eevis:
ion Price . .
ion Price ..
$10.00 Quality, Revision Price ! 57
en ca r 1:1... n w .
vuaiiLy, revision rnce
$12.50 Quality, Revision Price
$13.50 Quality, Revision Price
$15.00 Quality, Revision Price
$16.50 Quality, Revision Price
$18.50 Quality, Revision Price $n 50
$20.00 Quality, Revision Price siV't-,
$22.50 Quality, Revision Price
$25.00 Quality, Revision Price
$27.50 Quality, Revision Price
$30.00. Quality, Revision Price
$35.00 Quality, Revision Price
$40.00 Quality, Revision Price .
; SPECIAL LOT DRESS TRIMMING
7 Revision Price 1-2 of Original Price