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DAILY EAsToREQOTnAN. PENDLETON. OREQOJ MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1020.
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Qfodpbiin&:&ays Remain Now ' Jill Christinas
rou cant Ammn to Lost any iik ' fa'erV minute must count from now on ok youxl not. be beady when Christmas
MililVKS. YOU CAN SAVE TIME. .MONEY AND UNNECESSARY DELAY BY SHOPPING HERE. ',
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A Hart Scliaffner &
JIarx Suit of Over
20 PER CT. OR
The Lest Avav to do it
is to send him in and
have him jiek out
one of these suits.
He'll get ..the hest
clothes made; fine all
wool fabrics, good
style, expert tailor
ingand you'll get
the best values to be
had, too. -
of fine v
The finest lot of
Town & Country Coats i
ever turned - out are awaiting:
your inspection at this store.
This line has a national reputa
tion and you can't do better than
make your selection from it.
Our stock includes
Leather Great Coats
Leather Sport Coats
Reversible Leather Coals
They are all reduced as follows:
HO.OO l.t-atlirr t'cwls Ke-iiiljuol ( SJ.0
M2.KO l4-atlr luils K-iulju-4-l to. (0.85
SIS.SO M'Xthcr Owls Kf-alju-4tl to SIO.AO
SI5.IH) 1-allK-r C.mts Hi--nilJnsl.Nl to SII.8S
1 (1.5(1 I.i'iiIIht t'ontK Itf.urijiistnl to SI2.BS
KIT.50 I-atlUT ('outs Itr-mUiL-tixl to SIS.IIO
SI.H.50 I.calliiT CtuitN' K--ailjii!tHl to KI4.(ir
$20.00 I .outlier ContH Kc-tuljiMnl to I5J(S
$22.50 Ietlirr foats lte-mljiMtnl to HI7.75
825.00 IKhrr Coats ltP-atljiiKtnl to Slt.45
S27.50 Ij-nthrp l'mts Kf-iuijustnl to SSI. 40
:t(I.O() Irftulicr Coats Rc-aljiisiil to X2S.IH)
$10.00 l-cutluT t'oatN lle-mljnsusl to $.il.20
$50.00 Ustlwr Coats H'-ocljlitfl to $.19.00
$55.00 UiatJier Coats lU-ailjiistttl to 4:t.85
$00.00 I-callii-p Coats Kiwuljiistnl to $47.25
Buy a Barrel of Flour
This Sale Includes Every, .Woman's
Coat in Our Stock.
Every one is a wonderful bargain. It's
sacrifice supreme. We're taking our loss now
so that you can have your new suit for the
holidays at an extremely low price. It's our
policy never to carry women's suits over from
one season into the next. This is your golden
YOUR CHOICE OxNE-HALF
GEORGETTE BLOUSES ARE FASCINATING
. BITS OF LOVELINESS FOR HOLIDAY
f&r. its A Cleanliness
No other blouse material is more beautiful or deservedly
popular than georgette. Their sheer quality gives a dainty
youthful air to women of all ages. Particular fetchingtare
"some models recently arrived whose prices bespeak the spirit-'
of the day Economy. 7 . .; ''
All the wanted dark colors, navy, brown, green, taupe and
black, also white and flesh, in both jace and embroidery trim
med, all at greativ reduced prices. Values up to $-36.50. Sale
Prices from . . . , $5.75 to $22.50
EMBROIDERED AND LACE SILK HOSE
The prettiest designs imaginable in high grade silks, put up
in holly box if you desire, the pair . . . '. $4.50
Read this ad carefully. Then make out your lint '
mid conn' to u.s. VrVll save you time, trouble and
money. ,:-...'.. if .'
LU ' nr flanitar-y Gvoc&rv
' Hwoel5. . AH ..Other PeparmerA. Call 22.
Jones Dairy Farm Sausages, per pound 50c
Mixed Nuts, 3 pounds ; . . . , $1.00
Brazil Nuts, per pound 50c
Almonds, per pound ..;., 40t
Hazel Nuts, per pound ... '. 40c
Peanuts, per pound i .... J ..... . 25c
Walnuts, per pound . 40c
Mince Meat, bulk, per pound 30c
Cranberries, per pound , 25c
Raisins, Sun Maid, package '. 35c
Currants, per package 40c
Citron, per pound '. 65c
Pumpkins, per pound 3c
Squash, per pound 3c
CelerV per stalk ; .... 15c
"Sweet Potatoes, 4 pounds . . f 25c
Xmas Candies, per pound 40c to 50c
BUY A BARREL OF FLOUR
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SWEATERS HAVE AND ALWAYS WILL
PROVE POPULAR AS GIFTS
Sweaters, these days, are
not merely looked upon to keep
one warm, although that in it
self is a very good reason for
owning one. It is their beauty
of design and colorings that
. place them in the realm . of
fashiondom, one that is al
ways admired, always useful,
and always appreciated. Sel- ,
dom has the beauty of artistic
simplicity been so clearly dem
onstrated as it is in the models
we are now showing. There
are plenty of models to meet
every taste, they are so smart
and so becoming that you cannot help but be charmed with
them. Slipover, surplice or coat effect. All reduced.
Up to $36.50 Values, Your Choice $22.50 .... .
Some are as low as $5.75.
We need three experienced saleswomen for the holi
day season. Apply to the management.
PHOENIX SILK HOSE NO. 368
$2.50 THE PAIR
A gift of real value at a smal cost, black brown and white.
The pair . $2.50
A SALE OF ITALIAN SILK VESTS AND
BLOOMERS : ; . V
Here is an opportunity to purchase a pretty - Christmas
gift'' The original prices of these garments were f- $4.50 to
$5.50. For quick clearance we offer your choice at. J-.'. $3.98
Kayscr Silk Vests and Bloomers of excellent quality, made
in the Kayser way, all styles, per garment. . . .$4.00 to $8.00
FANCY TURKISH TOWEL SETS
Put up in Christmas box, large towel, guest towel and wash.
Colors of pink, lavender, yelow and blue, the set $iJ.00
VISIT OUR BOYS DEPARTMENT
For burKairm in . Boys' . Suits, Waists,
Sweaters, Mackinaws, etc.
WHERE IT PAYS TO TD A n F i f , . .j
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POTATO DEMAND ABOUT
ISl HAS LESSENED
an Jour as they iKn JioM im lo lliplr
withal lh-y Mf n't to well
at tli. iircwrtt 'iw irt;". Fifty to 6v
rr nt of tlie in'il wheat orop ut
S'.M(oi i h.-M Ij.v thp prowef'H.
Tli Vion Witrehouw Toinjtany'M
iij) town off.c in I't'
l'0iul;ir lol'fiii'j I.l:i.r
nov't; to tlio Crowse, Wash., conn-
inornhift were not favorable to her re
Mr. ntl Mrs. Ucuallen are vl.
hlii(f Air. UpuMllen'M mother. Mm. i try. were In town the last of tho week.
Alarv Lii'U.-tllen, on Kat Main treet. rl:trenee Hand, who has been a res
Mr. IJeuallen han tieen in Taconia fur ident. if this part of the county for
:iiiiijr; the inoKt I our mootbH taking treatment from an about five year.s. left last TuefMiay on
in thin t.art of f ra" vpenailMt, itiit ne noej not notice a vlml to hif old home in j.jnfrland
W. S. Banlnter and C. M. Nelson, two Oregon, In a vlnitor at the home of
lorniMT Wemon Kirmera w ho have her nareiils Mr. and Mm R. A Hume.
Weton I. O. O. F. lodse has
tKilirt r-8""iu flMfial.)
WBiT.N'. tc J 3. Weather con
iliiions In the WeMon rouiitry o.ntui-
fc iili. :,st wiihIb lias e Ixft il
,I!ihious d inns the i.axl two or
Hi! we.-l.it I'.-iaio dixsinir Iiuk Wn
iil.-ni imt',,'l ll,' '"""h iion
t,,m tii.iri.-t Time wevk nso there
.n mine en ailive market for .ota-
ti-!i alwuit IT tai loads were
ft. an lii-re, but now !h j
,i aii-uinl na istil.n...
Wlioi Si.le at Weston me few and
far iwtween, as most of ti.e growc;
unity. Fi;; i.k J'ii.-e, tlie com
lulu's ent rjiM: n.:i!j:.'-r, ereive
i.nd bulletim t.'ie, t.:i:jra5o mariiet
ouotation. eath f.i e.-oii. lit afblltion
nhin.pl ' " beniK "i slithering )ilae for loeal
lrnir, a ;;m
Any Improvement In hla hearing att a
l'rof. and Mm. F. C. Filzpatrii k,
prin.-ipiil and tlKhth (trade teai.-hera.
re!ecti-ely, of the Weton w.-hools.
number of AthMla are ppendint; a few dn.v at thei' for-
elected tho following officers: Fred
O. Dul'iiiM. x. a,; U 11. Van Winkle,
V. J. K. Ktanfleld. B":; C A.
are im Ini) -have
f.iriiH rs are lo be seen
J in. en l'irkpaiiick Jr., an oversea
.eieii.n. now located at rofln. Ma
bo. i lKitine bis parents Mr. ami
daily at t hip . run borne in Hosebure.
t - J,. A. fowls was a I'endleton visitor
lit"! Hill Hi 'J.l .
iK F. jfender has been tenderea
liepiilyMlwp by sherifT-ele'-t 5ioeth
Housed, and it is understood locally
Mrs. Hmilh I'ayne of The Dalles, is
in attendance at the bedside of her In (.ralltudc
mot ner, Airs, c v loner, .wno 1 se- A clerfryman who had been preach
riousiy in. jn(f ie miles away was returnlnk
' U llalselh. who has been a salesman (homo at a late hour. He noticed that
In the Weston mercantile, company's i'be occupants of one house had left a
Flore since lust March, has departed .'window open, so lie decided to warn
for Orander, Wash., where he has ar- jhem and perhaps prevent a burglary,
quired an interest In a store of which .Putting his head through the open
he will be the manager. 'space, he callid out:
Jim Jones, veteran carrier on rural "Halloa, good peop" That wiis all
route Xo. 1. out of Weston, has accept- he said. A pailful of water struck
TACOMA TO IMI'ltOVK IJXKs,
TACOMA, Wash., I)cc. 13. (A. P.)
-Improvements' costliiaf approximate. '
ii.iiji are to be made on the olf
'Mm. .ijmi j K't kpatilck Sr., In U es
ton. . , Ihar he will aci ept. Mr. Lavender hasied a like t psition at Athena and will him In the face and u.i he
Airs. Flunk II ilijcr brant is xerlvuvly , hud a long tune experience as a peace assume his new duties at once. Mr. back a womun shrieked:
Mel, at I he home of lier son-in-law offleer and friends have no doulrt that j Jones' son -J Jay Jones, will take on his I "IMdn't 1 tell you what you'd get II
ami !au-bier. Ir mil Air mm Hen. - he will make a competent deputy sher-l lather a old Jon out ot eston. jynit aiunrt get Home by 10 o clock?
and "clli lu "alia
W.V81HXGTON. Dec. 13. (A. P.)
Secretary Payne haa entered Into a
supplementary contract with Cali
fornia-Oregon Power Company permit
ting the company to build a dam pro
vided it deepens the approach to the
Main and Keno canals to ensure a
course of the Taconia Golf and Conn.
try Club this winter, It was announced
The Pain ami the Ilc-nr.
le.vrts Sunday ifj.
Homestead, Houston Post,-
Tliiouiih the long summer hour i..
had done her best "to, let htm ec she
like ! him. Hut he wrapped himself In
a cloak of cynicism and made, no
movn. "Marriage!" he spoke bitterly
"Marriage Is a mistake! Why should
a mnn saddle hinianfr fcou '
flow of not less than l,2.l feet perjfe when he can t.ny B prot for 15
second bin tho K amath nroieel Mulni ui. i.,.. L . . ' ul lor 5
cans,, and 1.0,0 fee ,nt0 hc oZ-Z-.right
of government of any
Jvv4 iul ih j'U-e will J'nJ,