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DAUT CAST OBEGOmAJ, rgSPLETOlf, QEEOOJf, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1920.
Neute of Pendleton
CALENDAH OP EVENTS
Doc, 20-24 Pruning school at
lec. 2D. Saturday, Christina
Dec. 28. American Legion
Dec. Jg-29 8econd Annual
meeting Oregon State Chamber
if Commerce, l'ortland.
Doc. 28-2 Qruln and forage
ichnol, Pilot Itock.
Doc. 29-31. Annual meeting
O. 8. T. A., Portland.
Jun. IS. Annual meeting of
Leaves 1-or Portland
. J. P. Darrcll, local representative
of. Kohlcr & Chase, of Portland, left
thl afternoon for the metropolis to
l"as thn holidays. e plana to le ub
sent about two weeks, returning to
Pendleton ubout Jun. 0 to resume his
can Magazine of urt, received by Ma
jor J.cc Mourhouse. The stutue t to
bo placed at Huratoga Bprlngs. It
shows an Indian bending ut the edge
of the fountain and catching the water
In IiIh liu nil. The statue Ih of broze in
SI lM Dudley Itecovci'liiK
MIhh Overlyn Dudley, who has been
111 for the past two weckH at Ht. Anth
ony'H hospital, following the removal
of her tonsils, Is convalescing. Bhc
has left the hoHpitul and Is at home,
recruiting office for the nuvy haw
men been so source as at the present
time, suys F. J I, Weaver, local officer.
ilr. Weaver says thut very few men art
to be found In the pool hulls and prac
tically none at the railroad station".
He believes that with the holiday sen
son, every man who could beg, borrow
or steal a rldo has gone home for
Dining Itooin to lie Closed
The dining room at tlio Klks club
will be closed on Saturduy Christmas'
day, Hecretury F. J. Quintan said to
c'ay. lTe is putting a little extra treat
on the Friday menu, however, he said.
Picture of Til Taylor
A pencil sketch of the late Sheriff
Til Taylor appears today In the win
dow of Bond Brothers store. The
drawing, which Is well executed, Is the
work of Ueorge F. Heeves, of It let h.
Mr. Iteeves Is a railroad man but
shows decided talent for drawing. The
sketch In made from the lurge photo
graph of Sheriff Taylor, which shows
him on his horse. .
Picture In Magazine
A picture of an . Incline fountain,
made by A. I'hlmistcr Proctor, sculp
tor who Ih well known in Pendleton, ccrtilts ur l ew
appears In n recent Issue of the Amerl- Never In the hlntnry of the Pendleton
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YOU CAN DEPEND ON
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Everything for that Xmas dinner for
everybody, and you can be sure that it will
come to you in the regular 101 shape.
"YOU CAN DEPEN DON 101"
Pendleton Cash Market. Inc.
; MiOXES lOt
(Private Kicliango Connects llotti Department)
FIXE (.UUCEIUES A.N 1) MEATS
leaves for Vancouver, H. ('.
C, C. Iliowne, of Overbeck & Cooke,
local bnkcis, left today for Vancou
ver, II. C. where he will spend the holi
days with his family. John Hloun will
have charge of tho office during the
absenco of Mr. Urowne, who will nol
return until the New Year.
Helta Kiwi tJreethigH.
1 C. Hcharpf today received a let
ter containing holiday greeting" frem
Douglas Kelts, of this city, who is
spending the winter at bong lieacb,
Cut. Mr. Helta suys his health is fine
and that he Is enjoying frequent vl
Its with other Umatilla county folk
Surfers Hard l ull.
Paul Hchlcusnor, local pressman,
suffered a bad fall at the Intersection
of Muln and Alta streets at o'clock
last night as he was walking to his
work. He fell with full force upon
his bock and, although shaken up
considerably, was able to go on with
his work lost night.
Itaptlht to Have Tree.
The Sunday' school of the Ilaptlst
I church will have Its annual Christmas
j tree tomorrow night at the church.
! There will be a Christmas tree, a
I "real, sure-enough" Santa Clatis, and
!a program by the children of the Sun
day school. The affair Is compliment
ary to the entire public.
: Morrison Coming Home Soon.
I C. M. Morrison, Adams wheat
'rancher, Is coining buck to. Umatilla
county directly after tho holidays.
suys word received here by friends.
I Mr. and Mrs. Morrison and their
i children have been at Long Deach
for the past two months and tbey will
remain for the winter after Mr. Mor
Transcription Honds lioing Made
A typewritten transcript of the en
tire transaction for the Issuance am
sale of the city's recent $22,000 bond
issue Is being made for the City ot
Pendleton by Mrs. Anna Hartrong,
public stenographer. The transcript
Is for use of the attorneys of Carstens
& Karlea, of Portland, who purchased
tho bonds. The validity of tho Issue
will be determined by them.
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I WE WILL f
KEEP OPEN NIGHTS
UNTIL CHRISTMAS j
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Headquarters for Toys and Gifts of
. . - . Pendleton's Variety Store
The BEE HIVE j
, PayCash Pendleton' Variety Store Save Cash 1
Itle Olives Sent by Folsom
Six half gallon glass Jars containing
rlpo olives grown in Folsom Orchards,
at Beaumont, Cal., we're received from
Harry Folsom yesterday by John
Hentiey. One of the Jars Is for Mr.
Hentloy while the others were distri
buted to five of Mr. Kolsom's friends
here. The olives are of large size and
exceptionally fine flavor. Mr. Folsom
was a visitor here last summer and
Mr. liontlcy has not long ago visited
at the Folsom ranch where iho olives
Winter and Mails Delay Trains.
Zero weather In the Itocky Moun
tains, coupled with the extremely
heavy Christmas malls and. express,
delayed all eastbound O-W. It. & N.
trulns today and last night. Truin No.
23 from Sulo Lake, was 1 hour and 45
minutes late, arriving at midnight;
No. 19. from Omaha and Kansas City
did not arrive until 6:t0 this morn
ing. 6 hours and 80 minutes late, and
No. 17 from Chicago, arrived at 5
o'clock this afternoon, 1 hour and 45
S. A. Needs PotntiM-s.
The Salvation Army is nt work on its I
baskets for the poor and has all sup
plies on hand except the potatoes. Cap
tain Jennie Conrad, of the local post,
says that local people have been gen
erous in their donations but that the
potatoes arc still lacking. Candy, nuts
and other edibles for the Christmas
dinner will be on display tomorrow at
the Salvation Army hall on Alta street
so that local people may see what the
organization is doing to help tho poor
during the holiday season.
is the more sensible? Buying some foolish little gift
that is soon forgotten or one mat proves its useful
ness in daily use. Alladin Aluminum satisfies.
pieces or by
the set in
Has the name on every piecfl
F.Iks to Ilnvc Another Concert
The second number of the lyceum
corse which the Pendleton lodge of
iClka is presenting for its members and
their friends will be given on Friday
evening, Jan. 7, in the lodge room.
The attraction Is the Ricketta Glee
Club, which consists of four men.
Ihey render gleo club quartet num
bers, solos, ducts and stunts and are
reported to be high class entertainers.
The club Is one of a scries of trouper
which have been booked for the local
lodge through tho Mcneely System.
Man Has Hare Hello
A bottle containing real whisky was
taken from Ncls Nelson, aged 70 years.
last night when police saw him taking
a drink from It In a nubile place. Sev.
ral who declare that the odor of real
whisky has not been forgotten by them
this morning took a whiff of the bot
tie and declared that the contents
should .be preserved in the museum.
Nelson had disosed of two thirds of
a iu;yt when ho 'Was arretted. This
mornliV I" police o'U't he was fined
25 on a charge of drinking In a pub
New IMslmro Stumps
As nn olwervance of the tercentenary
anniversary of the landing of the Pil
grims In 1620, the post office. depart
ment Is now prepurlng a new Issue
of postavie slumps which are to be
tient to all postofficcs in the near fu
ture. The green one cent stamp will
have for Its decoration "The Mayflow
er," whllo tho red two cent stamp will
show the "landing of tho Pilgrims."
Five cent stamps will be blue and will
show a picture of "Signing of the Com
pact." Tho stamps will be valid for
nil postage purposes and for registry,
air plans and special delivery purposes.
Vll.V.n CVnV.O IN TO 14 DAY
Pruggists refund money if PAZO OINT
MKNT fails to cure Itching. Blind
lllredlng or Protruding Piles. In
stantly relieves Itching Plies. nd you
con gist restful sleep after ttrst appli
cation. 01 Ad,
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One More Day
Come to this store to do your gift shopping. The
assortments are large and varied. The quality is of
the best and everything is priced at about what you
want to pay. Shop early in the morning.
OUR STORE will be OPEN EVENINGS
till 8:30 p. ml, beginning Wednesday.
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS FOR
Look this list over, it will deckle what to give her,
whether it be for wife,-mother, sister or sweetheart.
The items listed below are practical and can be used
everyday. Give practical gifts. !
Silks . $1.49 to $3.93
Woolen Dress Goods ;. 50c to $5.00
Plaid Woolen $1.79 to $7.50
Coatings .". $3.50 to $10.00
Gloves, Kid $2.50 to $4.00
Gloves, Fabric j 75c
Table Cloths $2.50 to $30.00
Napkins v $2.50 to $25.00
Lunch Sets $10.00
Silk Hosiery 83c to $4.00
MunsingWear 85c to $8.50
Umbrellas . $65.00
Neckwear i ...... 75c to $5.00
Tapestry Couch Covers $8.50
Maderia Pieces .....'.... $3.50 to $15.00
Women's Handkerchiefs 10c to $1.28
Shoes . $5.00 to $15.00
Coats $19.50 to $75.00
Fur ." $9.00 to $150.00
Silk Petticoats $6.95 to $15.00
Georgette Pvetticoats for party gowns,
pnee $11.95 to $25.00
Camisoles $2.00 to $7.50
Silk Corsets $10.00 to $20.00
Corduroy Bath Robes $9.50 to $30.00
Pendleton Bath Robes $30.00
bilk Ivimonas $5.50 to $45.00
Hand Emb. Gowns and Combinations,
price $2.95 to $6.50
Crepe de Chine Gowns and Combinations,
price . $5.00 to $20.00
Ladies' Sweaters, wool and silk, price $7.00 to $50.00
Cap and Scarfs $1.30 to $6.50
Pendleton Indian Robe $16.50