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y STJero Shopping Days Remain :N6y. Till Christmas
! ' A vc ry. very short tjrue to get rf ru!y f therrptqst ay tn the year. Wf have j,repart(l our stocks and salesforec 50 as to 1m able
;: fariorilv. You raitiaVe'timciiul iiiAnUiiifnrf bVfriiik're. f ' ".-":' '; - - , ' 'v 7
to serve you quickly and satis
cult mt csiscsaut. roELncx curacri. Saturday evening. December is, 1,920.
1 1 absolutely, establishes Its quality, correctness of value .
k'i oufhl.vichos ar the most welcome and
f ffil tofiieA4 Tf.ePeoples Warehouse name 00 a gift
fitji?.. ..-V V,-. -
f !: .
1 OK THE w snrss MAX
v'"hotee New Manhattan Shirt tl.U in (10 M
Khawknlt So . . .f . -. S3c to !"
rres Glve $!.: In S10.M
"Traveling JVw im U $U.M.
ixh rtTHi n OR BRttftr.R ...
A ilun Schaffnr A Mars Suit Or T '" " " T
. OrKot . . . i :i4K to STS.M
' Cotrna or rajama to S1.&0
, lUtieM'hier , Jic to SIM
' ' Valif. tolt CaV or trunk.. Stt.M to S2M
, Pmokins Jckrt . . : . . . . . . . 1 !. In 2i.O
; liur(rr) Rob klSJk to ICO.Od
Jlah Rob i.09 la 130.04
ir tmk oittoor max ,
' la'.RVr JarkMa and Coats. tlV.OS t JT5.0
Flannel him to fte.M
Wool and wool liocd !ovi. .' Jl.fto to TJd
.ir)iiru. . (0.00 to
A'"ninr!ir. roixT and ivm. to $1.M
rem THKMAX WHO TR.WIXS ,
. KiB Cashmere Hosiery. T5c in tt.MI
' r.eefers. silk or wool . "... tl.SS to SC. 00
ShtrU V--4 ftSOQ
" ncy br InitUil Hankf rirhif f. : iic to ti.tS
Tulfmari' dippers; JS
and ,h ' 1.
-i mm ... itaMHMavr , . . , . ...,.v.- ...... ( . j
. . KOISKS
Always arrd forever the
gift de luxe. Could you think
of anything more " pleasing,
to the average recipient -of
a gift than one of these ex.
ceedingly pretty robes,. A
whole big assortment of
them here at $16.50
.v.. MEN'S Shoes
. Bath Robes "at.
Couch Covers, Auto Robes
and Steamer Rugs at $20.Q
Silk Vests and D!ooir.e.T,
made of Italian Silk, many
.excellent qualities and cspe
"cially desirable; for ,Xnias
Jcegularly priced at ?j.ou
to iSo.50 i bwcial bale price
s BABY BLANKETS ?
Pink; blue anil ' white,
plain and novelty designs,
each-...."..,.. $1.23 to $3.00
ALL KNIT UNDERWEAR
both women's and misses' in
all winter weights now . re
duced 20 Per Cent. ; . ;
A WOKLD Olf BEAUTIFUL
' . , , , , i To choose from. Pscal Iiish Jincns, hand embroidered, in sj
Kangaroo Shoes, Goodyear welt, English and white an( colors, price : ... vl 63c to $2.50
Mce $14.40 Swiss Handkerchiefs,1 cfeveHy embroidered in white and it
O.00 tW tii.p
THAT CITT CWXD-BE WORK IPELU. TRtX OXE RtXECTTD FROM
THE I'.WOt S
- FENDtETON WOOLEN MILLS'"
PRODUCTS - - -
Nowherf lljt ft yTrl rel 'States. ,do tiey inake robes lt" Mch orge
ati'l tiarmociJiV colors, so soft, wirm ahr ruhfy. .' Etery year hun
ArMs of tfcese robes are shir pf'l to ev.ry state in tie l oion, proving tbeir
ucexrer.M popularity with &U-4unU 4t people. -Ant they are so practical,
to u for a be4 throw, a couch cover, or (or the automobile, or take them
oft picnics or outins's. they' always come In handy. Then why not give one of
them" this Christmas to someone who will be sure to appreciate it. ' ' ,
renH'ton ttbea re; Sli
fenrtletow Bath Robes for '
men or women are..... '$S.Ow
Couch tr-er. Au Robes,
. Fleatner Rugs and Bed
: roV-es at. -5 in 2i-0
Prodleton D!f6w Tops and pil
lows . 1N to
' i - ' " ... .
ren!letoff Jl4 " Blankets, In
- plaids and plaiir colors 'at
lJO to S7.5
Pendleton Crib Blankets at
. U0 to
reifdleton. Go-Cart Robes,
. each . $5.00
We prepay postage or express on
sj Woolsn Mills products., '
We-pack them for'bn. "di!res them for you and mail thesa and insure
tSein flebt in ou? big store. f - ' '
In bunns shoe's vou want shoes that will not only wear but
jj shoes that have a distinction, shoes that make you feel well
tl dressed. Such shoes are our T. P. W. ' Special" line. The
.vi quality is higher than the price
i ' Men's Black
; medium toe. Price
M ' Men's Black Gun Metal Calf Shoes. Goodyear welt medi
W um'Jroad toe," price $14.03
H Men's Brown Calf Shoes, Goodyear welt, medium "and Eng-
lish toe, price . : . .'. :s. :. . .": .'. . . :.' . . .'.f. . $14.40
MenV Brown Kid Shoes, Goodyear. welt, broad toe. $12.60
.Men's Brown Calf Shoes, not T. P. W. Special, Goodyear
a welt, price . v . .. . ..................... y $9-00
S Men's Bfack "Gun Metal Shoes, not T. P. W. Special, Good-
Jl year welt, price $?-9
g aiEN'S WORK SHOES ;..
U "If vou'want anair of work shoes that will carry -you
through the winter weather try. our famous Wyinbery line, g
l They are made for .service and will give you satisfaction. &
if Prices , M : ... $3.00 to g
T If your feet ache and pain, if you have callouses, if your S
if : feet tire easilv. if vou have fallen or broken arches, call at JJ
J our shoe department we have graduate specialists to serve jt
colors, new desienJ at 20c each to 50c.
. Boxed Handkerchiefs, 3 and 6 in box, the latest designs and
colorings, the box e- -.-. ....... 63c to $l.7 :
. Initial Handkerchiefs, pyre linen, hand embroidered, very i
i i - o f 1 or
pretty initial, eacn- ...... . . . .wc, - ioi
Lace Edge Handkerchiefs, sheer lawns or pure . linen,
priced at .... ...... ; 35c to $1.00
Jlfaderia Handkerchiefs in the beautiful eyelet embroidery
at . ...i.i.j.i w..... 50c to $1.50
Children's Xmas Handkerchiefs at 10c, 13c and 20c each
. THE GIFT DE LUXE ' '
KAYSER SILK UNDERWEAR -What
a beautiful gift a Varment selected from the kayser
SilkUndenvear.wo.uld mak,' , .
Rloomers. vests iadew the Various styles and envelope
chemise, flesh color only in the medium and better weights
at prices that are not high. We will box them for you.
Prices from m to JS.UU
T " X afl ..J. uAW T lV.KViL1 nu-f lrtfcs rf 4-ViitVl
at . 75c to $1.50 V?
Handkerchief Linen in white, blue, pink, rose and laven- p
uer, aiso yenuw -w --
r UP IN MABEL'S ROOM"
:At.oar wrapping desk on the balcony.
1 WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE f
' Tickets on Sale Now for
"UP IN MABEL'S ROOM"
At our wrapping desk on the balcony."
- ! bride. Jfahel is an imp and makes
4 LhJm do. many toon-sh chines tB.hiaf.
k ' t-wr1 oito pet the nmpromising garmetir.f 'MtalWi lrwt -tte t Sirer-r"
. C I , riilsl wiuck ovolvsa ana screaming ntuatioo ti'tari and Alki f Wa-'Mucna Wah.
llllWW..klllV .k.. ..1 Ur. ...... Will
after another beforo Uie end.
irt- . "tp- la MW HorJtn
vTns Jaii - - kit .of. lhe aeajsan.
. . . . . ..... ....
sew acciaimt-o, ana me rri
the Vnlied States coaf rir.ed "Vp
MaMl'i t'joom" wlll bf the attrao
;i at the'Oreiron "fheatir Is'ednes-
December 12."," ", ' h' -v'""' .,. ,
ae combination 'of A. H. Woods
producer.. and WlIsosCQllieon and
.6 Harbacft ".who coococted th.e rtory,
. e evolved a f arte vhk-h lasted a
Is year on Broadway. . which Is
f posit; of Its vajue a a lauph
ItiKhOBt th eoufetry "during' the
f. t season. - The story Js the taoar-
teeic dilemmas which a youngr be-i
i Tset runs Into on tta Jioneywosm. jnd ar On
-Eat V'Oreajnnlan Speoiat, -wjrojr.
ytTf Jw: 'tttr ,and
rra. Johnson of Iowa are vtniting John
Wroe and family and Mrs. E. E. Faust
ond family jhin week. They are old
echool mates of Mrs. Faust and Mr.
Wro.,-Xr. and Mrs. Jackson have
been traveling In California a year
and1 are on their -Way east to spend
Uf.i rinds that the object of his mors jChrletma with their children.. They
t jess corfproijiUing lorsffairof his. like the west-very much. '
was pt erty ijrir? ).rTM Hi-fortune
-ttarph Twtrf -trt fitter -r "4es
H v,re.mrrlage days, is to be a guest
sf ib same house' party that Is to shel
16 Ihlm and his Innocent young bride
o'-'iRg tlieir honej-moon,". His rtft of
a'-.ii.k tbemiM to Mabet. his fonrierj
tf ?-lhertt. Is ftie objecf for which he
u!f almost forfeit his- soul, to keep
t.vn too Jealous eyes of hfs young
ar vt-!!in t!)lr c.-ir. Mrs. Will
Ciuld uuring'the holl.is;!-. lyouls
Dcwd and ulster from Mcllirnville ar
livet" home frdnt Whitehal', Wisconsin,
their old home, after a v.rit with
friend and relatives." "
- Weber EnfiUh left'for Miltpn1 to
visit relatives thert after a w?cks Visit
with relatives' here.
Miss JlrJorJe Bowers and Miss Irma
Gould have-Nen absent from school
on account ofilckness.this week. .Mies
Gwendolyn Cornpfon Is home from
WeKton high school on account' of sick
nesa. it seems' to be art' epidemic of
sore throat," sick irtomach and. high
fever that is going the rounds. Mr.
Com'pton and children, the small Gould
ch'Mren. and E. E. Faust are all-nlck.
' Mrs. J. C. Frye of Beaver Springs,
Colorado -ho has been visiting her
daughter and family Mrs. J. W. Bow
ers, left to visit her son Frank Gilliland
a prominent . Sheep man of Butter
Crek last week. Mrs. Bowers and
Mrs, Frye visited the Louis Gilliland
Mrs. C- V- Firjru5n .nu Miss Myrt'e
F. rfuson .wert wee-: enl visitors in
Ren.:on tl.: Grtrgo Ferguson
; RoTMay s-'Bi o Perd'c'.cn on bu. home on Fine Creek two days before
fa)" Vednisiiav " arrs. Frye left' to visit her son and
. irt CUfToi.1 SSult s (.pod and fell family. " ' " - -
'-a the ice it lj-v hi', Monday and Mrs. fftf E." Enelish Jh tjecting an
old school friend from Fiker to spend
the holinays nith her .
JtMias Dorotl- Bowers of" Weston will
be home Christmas week.
The roads tr in a bad shape, beluK
tust a glare of ice.. One farmer has
broken two wagon tongues and later
the front wheels of one wagon and a
hind wheel of another and one bob
led trying to haul his grain. Several
others have had lots of trouble. Five
loads of supds went down the last of
the week, but it was too cqld to haul
Will Hall Is out with quite a crew
of men working the roads hauling
rock, filling the holes and ditchlnft,the
water and hauling clay for the now
frozen and slick places. The old
Beaths bill is the worst place' on the
road at present.
Earl Harnett is the new carrier on
R. 1. taking Jim Jones place. Mr.
Barnett will make a good carrier as he
is very rfirreeable and accommodating.
'. i- C. Hopkins fd Vernic ;Marr ar
buliiia. barley ' In Athena this .weeK.i
omo of the grain will not be hauled
-.uH gona weather in tti spring.
Harry May slipped on the, Ice nl
school and fell on the mud scraper
on the porch cutting quite a gash over
his eye and cheek.
mat or Ohio, City ot Toltoo. Loess
Frank J. Cheney make oath that ho 1
ntor partner of the firm of F. '. Cheney
A Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo, County and Btst aforesaid, and that
said firm will car tha sum of ONE HUM.
DRED DOLLARS for any caae of Catarrh
that cannot bo evred br the us of
HALL'S CATARRH ME&IC1NP.
Sworn to before me ad subscribed In
my presenco, this 6th dty of December,
A. 15. MM. . . t - v . .
(Seal) A. W. Gk-uon. N.)trv Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MBDICINE Is tak
n imrrnally and s is tnrourh the Blood
on ths Mucous Surfaoes of the fnttm.
Druggists, lie, .Tesiiinoimls frtwv s,
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Cato.
will .soon be
Tl Tl 0
: - 'iffiMY -GOODS I
Shoes! T Shoes! Shoes!
NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED '"
... P.on't pay, high prices for shoes. Shoe values are down. Buy yours where the entire
stock is bought at the latent lowejt levels.
LOT 1000 $5.85
Chocolate ' March in if Shi
" a a
COLLINS PARK Located 4 nules eist of Pendleton at Mission Station, on
t. v ' mart lugawlijrl - .-. .V I? ''.' y ; '
- ' ( Unoer Auspices Pendleton Rod and t! un ldub)
i' SHOOT. HILL COMMENCE PROMPTLY AT 9 A. JL SHARP
5- TWO TRAPS LASTING ALL PAY; , . . , TWO TRAPS
J - - ' - - -' - ' i ' - - i
I : PJentyfTurk
jAlsoSiV Halves of Dressed Pork " ;
, ; SHELLS CAN BE SECURED 6x THe'gROUNDS.
'. Automobiles will Jeave.from Allen-Knight's store, corner ?Jaip and Alta Sts.,
s . throughout -the day.;
heawy cowhide, heavy peeped soles. -
Made for the U. S. Anryr. You can't
buy this shoe at wholesale for this.
' ' ' LOT 425 $4.85 t
Beys' Army Lasi Shoe Chrome Tanned
Leather, and it's all real leather, too.
If ' your boy ' wears ' the Army
r Last shoe he'll never' .have trouble
with his feet. '
and i " '
XMAS CANDY SPECIALS
Xmas Mixed Candy
t LOT 628 $7.00
Officers lyress Shoe Cordovan eclor,
Goodyear welt. Made of, the' best
hoTse hide... Wonderful value.
LOT 1603 $6.85
Nurse's Field Shoe Soft brown chrome
Tanned Leather, 10 inch tops. Sen
sible last And look at the price I
LOT 76 $9.85 .
Men's Hi Top Shoe Full Chrome Tan
ned Leather Uppers, 12 inch tops", un
; 1 lined. : f ' . . .,
Every one of these shoes is sold on the money-bacjt guarantee,
every pair of shoes that goes out of this store.
We stand back of I
5 Remember, its the Army Quality
"Buy it at the Army Store" f
I I Army and Navy Sales Co.
ALL SHOOTERS INVITED
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2 pounds ...
We will have s
Canes,' priced from
.....5c to $4.00
Wholesale prices to all
churches and schools.
Fancy boxes and bask
ets filled with fresh choco
lates and other candies
nake a very aDDronriate
tift. .Leave your orders'
vith us now for Xmns enn
W" Oar prices are the
most reasonable in town.
All made' in bur Candy
Kitchen; Watch our win
dows. AH goods guaran-
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