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PENDLETON BATH ROBES FOR MEN AND
WOMEN REUUUbU iu o.uu
JI-KT TWO LAYS UI.1T.KK Clllt'STMAS --s this n.mvssU.n frm
THF I'KXKI.ITTON WtMI.K.N Mrt.l S. Those ranHww tiir ltve bwii i s II
.h,s at $1(0.00 ami Oe savinS;Uf S5.00 wiU nHUH a SnI .Ual to Be of jou.
t)itr aNxirtmrat i oomiilfto.
4 mofigl many safisf actions of buying at this great gift store
of clioosing gifts from most carefully selected collections is the assurance that our prices are the lowest
possible for the qualities offered, and the knowledge that our assortments of wanted gift articles are still
amazingly complete and that our service will Je tound equal to the most exacting uemanu.
ITS HIGH TIME FOR FURS
Give Her One for Christmas
In spite of the'
shortage of good
furs this season wej
are glad to an-j
nounce that ourj
showing is very
large and compre-j
hensive. . i
Every- sovt of j
good fur is here
and is called by its
true name. There
are no "masquer
aders" in this stock.
Regal ' qualities,
and carefully made
5 up into the most
popular of the sea
They're sure to pU-ase because
the one who receives one can come
and choose her own sift to the
amount of the certificate. "We sill
them for any amount. Just go to
our office and ask for a Merchan
dise Certificate, we'll do the rest.
A!.yf Inoj-n fc- iti cl"Jr'?,"
wHf fi'af r$'x-i
Thcmt'lj All Dltwr Cap' imarAl CU JZ-
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All are Reduced 25 Percent
BEAUTIFUL NEW THINGS FOR
Our stocks are
lrepared to provide
fnr pvprr infant'B y-UA
nefesslly to a nicety. (55
Their quality is of
the sterling kind,
tlwir fashion of the
finest and truest
kind, and the prices
riiarkt-d on them
are the lowest that
any mother can pay
with a certainty of
getting the lest the r
market affords in all that makes for style quality ami
satisfaction. They are Kattles. Toilet Sets, liootees, Saiiues
Toque. Sweater Sets, Bibs, Toilet Sets, Kid and Silk Shoes.
i-limjrers, Floating Tula, J,'o!is, Etc. AW for your Xmas
Give IJim a Shirt for a
He'll like it. We have a
most wonderful stock, in
cluding the new things in
"silk, wool, cotton, etc. The
new oxfords are wonders.
Our assortment of wools
is the best you'll see.
Everv shirt is reduced
at least 20 per cent and
many are reduced as mucn
as one third.
This is a wonderful
time to lay in a good sup
ply of shirts.
A special lot of silks at
' $7.50. .
The Most Popular Gift
Wo a vp nrrpnts for the fam
ous Phoenix Brand, the kind
that wears and gives the
connw Silk hnse will be
hnxprl if so desired. Black.
white, brown, the pair $1.50,
9 Z( 3. 50.
tNovelty Lace and Embroid-
iered Silk Hose
Exceptionally pretty and de
sirable, white, brown and
and Vegetables Every
Bring Our Parcels to
.. ' Us.
We will wrap them for you anil
send them so they'll reach their
destination at just the rlftht time.
We will suvu yon a lot of trouble
and It wont cost Jou a cent. Wo
want t do It for you.
Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce, Sweet Tota
toes, Turnips, .Parsnips, Green Peppers,
Cauliflower, Cocoanuts. '
Oranges, Grape Fruit, Pomegranates.
Lemons, Bananas, Grapes. .
Jones Dairy Farm Sausage just received
frtsh and pure, try some for your break-
fast ... ..i:At:itL
Tickets are on sale at our wrapping desk
on the balcony for "Up in Mabel's Room."
When You Come to Town
Make This Store Your .
Use our rest room, use our tele
phone, use our postoffice, use our infor
mation department. Make yourselves
at home here. This store is here for
your convenience. It's here to serve
you, and it's our pleasure 4o have you
here. i - ' ; I t-
Neckwear That Has
No Christmas would be
complete without a few
smart ties for gifts. Ey
man expects them and no
' man ever had enough of
them. The tie is the one
bright spot of sunshine in a
man's dark attire. It gives
him a chance to show his
taste for colors. v
! It will pay you to look
here before buying. We are
giving some wonderfully
low prices now, (iflc to $4.00
Leather Handbags in
The new brown hand
tooled as well as the newest
black leathers are found in
this broad assortment of
leather bags. Only the new
est things are shown, no old
Prices. from $2.00 to $18.50
Put up in pretty satin lined
boxes consisting of hat pins,
brooches, bracelets, waist
'sets. etc. Solid cold tons
land warranted to wear. A
; great big selection of them
Jiat would make a pretty
rift for someone.
four choice 98c
Wouldn't he enjoy a Smoking Jacket?
Most men do. What's nicer than to put on
your Smoking Jacket after supper and sit
before the fire and read and smoke and en
joy life. It's not just a luxury but it is al
most a necessity. . ...... : ;,.,",..).-.
We are showing a fine assortment ' of
Smoking Jackets, Lounging Robes, etc.
Priced from $5.00 to $35.00 .
And all reduced in price to meet the lowered
cost of living.
Dolls of Every Sort arid Almost
Every Nationality---'- $
The assemblaBe of
dolls at this store ii
large enough to
make tho heart ot
every little gi'l
beat with joy.""'
. V: LrliJ WHERE IT PAS TO TRADER
9 Peoples Ware
There tire luiijo
dolls, medium si.' il i
dolls, and the bis J
... , . . t
stuteiy uiesseu ionsi
with beautiful hulrjy'
and eyes Mint close )
in dreamy slumber. .j.
Koch an asseltl blatro. i'
It seems to ho a I j
real World's-fim- 6.
Kress, with reliresettfatlves from everv rounlrv. And
mothers will he tdeased'to know that It Is" easy to choos
it lovuhle doll for almost any price they have In mind to
pay as is shown by these fow specimen values, SI.0H tn
All oriered at a lag discount for Aulas choosing.
Make free use of this store, it's here to
serve you. . nd
nous&M : scrveyou- -
DAIRY AND HOG SHOW '
HAS ANNUAL IV1EETING
K.st resinian Hrecial.)
nieeitn f the lnid of directors of
Ihe Hairy and fUu Show was held at
tin- ilbrarv hiiilditis lt turday aft
enn'im. A litixo iitunber of iierwins
interested in this annual show were
1 rwiu. ;,.! H. H C. I. Jack-
"ii. Tlumias Kiastr, .1, w. l ampoeu
aid Otirge Htrohui wf elected an the
i:.r of I.Mmi Iois Tor the year 1JI.
It was ailvi.eatea l' a liumlter tiles
eiit Unit the u-xt show, lneli.de all
Kinds .if livestock and that a display
et f.um mii.Juims on tlie (iT'ouuls to
e!her with other new features wuil
iu'U Krenil.v to the interest and the
I . n. Ills derived. This mas left option
! ! with the Imaid .if rtlrect'irn.
Mrs. Jut Mayes will spend the
l i lidy with lelaiives and friend in
M'.ss Marlon liiisgs returned thi
weel.s from rorUand. She has incept.
U a jiosiilen iu the YuH aUfttal
The Commercial t'lul) held its reg
ular weekly ineetiiiK at Hotel Oregon
Tuesday. Matters ot general interest
for the coming year were discussed.
New officers will he elected at the next
meeting which will he in the evening
instead of at. the noon hour.
A. 8. Johnson was injured last Sun
day when he fell from a step-ladder
at his home. ' I
The Kuropeau Kelief, Committee
went over the top today in its e.ani
paian for funds for the Klarvin chil
dren. The .iorta was almost fully
subscribed within a few minutes at a
meeting held lsst evenine.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Alexander will
sp-nd Christmas at the home of -Mr.
and Mrs. K. I". Hodd. ,
jCLARA SMITH TO GIVE ,
UP TODAY !S BELIEF;
C0MISKY SAYS SALE
OF SOX IS NOT TRUE
CHK'ACO. l.iee. ;2. (A. P.) Ru
mors recently circulated that. Presi
dent Charles A. Coniiskey of the Chi
cago American l.i'amie baseball club
planned to sell his interests to a. Tulsn,
Oklahoma, man, caused Mr. Coniiskey
to iHsue a. statement last ninht denjlns
that he had any such plans.
WIIJ, NOT SKK COXSTAVTI 'K
ATUKNS1, Dec. 22. (A. J'.) Karl
i Iranvlll.., the British minister, visited
I'r.-uuer iShallis lajt tiitht and siid he
nould remain in Alliens but would
not come into fontai-t wilii Constaii
tine. The premier stated thai if Constan
tino koi soon to Smyrna it will be forj
a trip of Inspection and will have no
A l;t)Mi H'.l-: tikla.. Dec. "2. (A. I'.i
At a jioint along the international!
border between, the I'nited States and,
Mexico, not far from Kl I'aso, Clara;
Barton Smith, Bought on a chaw ot i
murder In connection with the fatal ;
fchootini? of Jake I Harmon, here, will,
'iuirrender to Sheriff lluck Catrett of.
! Tarter comity, late today, ac nriilns '
to an aniionneement here last niaht )iy
1 James 11. Mathers if the law firm
! Mathers and Coakley, .retained as'
ei ill us," I f.,r Miss smith.
If Miss Smith surrenders sinreli
for her that has la-come nationwide
will be ended.
Nlv YTOIl KM1TII AI'I-OIVTI I
WArHixm.. !. r:.. i' i -j
Senator Mar.-os A. Smith, or Arizona.;
was selected by the president as a t
memher of international joint commis
sion, which deals with questions aiis-
hvtwern the I'nited States an.)
Canada, ucU fisheries, '
I. ' ; "- . v'-i
Nf ne li'm Hit!
"Lj lit Mattel Jlom'ful Ibc J..U'K"W Thfalf
"You'll Always Find"
says the Uood Judge ,
That you Ret more
at less cost when
you use this class off
tobacco. . V
A small chewi lasts -t
so much longer than
a Ktif rhpw rf tha
ordinary kind. And the full, rich real
tobacco taste gives a long lasting thcwini
satisfaction. . . "
Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Cher, "
will tell you that. . i
Put tij in two styk$ .. . . lT .
W-B CU is a long fine-cut tobacco 1 v- -i
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco