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DAILY EAST OREGONlAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 25. 1021.
. f AGE TWO
Eveiy Umdy wmM Stylish pofifoes
Everybody wants quality. Everybody wants satisfaction. Everylwdy wants a store that serves. This
store offers all. We have the highest quaTHy slandards." Our prices arc Tair. It is well Id remember that
the sw eetness of low price never equals the bitterness ness of poor quality.
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5 XSSD WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE I
All sorts of interesting
notes niay be gleaned from
this assortment of suits de- '
signed especially for early
Summer wear. They are
slim in line, making for most
becoming trigness and
youth. The models are most
fetcbingly trimmed to give
them all that exclusive air of
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4 All fabrics are of first quality, '"wliile'
the tailoring; is of a chVpnctcr found
only In suits costing many times the
price of these. The materials are
many and every one In tune with de
mands of Fashion and the Bpirit of
these turbulen' times. ' -I
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Box effects, ripple peplum
or tailored lines in tricotine,
gabardine, Poiret twill, jer
sey etc, sizes 14 to 46. V '
Priced from $28.50 to $98.50
PKNDI.I TON'S I-XXWOMY SHOP.
These items will give you an
idea of what is in waiting for the
Saturday shopper. t
We've 'just finished marking
On display in our Balcony win
dow I.. .....98c
The best made, for women and
children 98c. to $1.98
Dress and Coat Buttons
Over $500 worth thrown in . one
big bin, dozen . . . ... ...... 10c
Black and white, sold for 49c,
pair .' 19c
Men's Silk Ties
Sold regularly for 75c, $1.00 and
$1.50 . ...................,49c
Sold originally as high as $12.50,
each . . $298.
Men's Dress Sox
The B. B. is back to the old time
prices, 2 pairs 23c
Boys' Tuff Shoes .
The kind that are built for $6
worth of wear $3.49
' Pencil Tablets
The best tablet, the most paper,
least money ........ 4c
Good Rib, heavy weight, all sizes
pair . 19c
See the assortment, .balcony dis
play ... ........... 59c
Hemstitching and Pleot work, V
have now engaged an expert operator
to handle our heimtt itching machine
and are prepared to turn out wurlt In
fhort notice. Mall orders will be
promptly intended to. Give ua a trlul
Gud be convinced.
Killer Hawing Machine Co.
. . SL'O E. Court St.
. The following described animals
havabeen taken up by the marshal or
Jhe City of Pendleton, to-wlt:
One dark brown mare, slur In fore
head, white Bpot on toose, out on left
nostril, weight 800 pounds, age three
yearn old. , .
One ibay mare, white spot In fore
head, has bell on, weight 1000 pounds,
10 or 12 yeurs old.
One bay mare white strip In face,
left kind foot white, brand on right hip
One bay, two years old, left hind
foot .white, brand on right hip invls
One light sorrel mure, white strip In j
face, both hind feet while.
One gray horse mule, broke to work, 1
weight 1000 pounds, do marks or
Jt taid animals are not claimed by
the owners or those entitled to their
possession, costs and ; expenses paid
and tuken away within ten days from
'he date hereof, then at 3 o'clock p.
.n., on the 8th. day of March-1921,
'he said animals will be sold to the
highest bidder, at public auction, for
cash, at the City found. In said City
of 1'endleton, the proceeds of suoh
sale to be applied to the payment of
iwti costs and expense of making
rntd this Sir, day of February
AL ROBERTS. City Marshal.
NEW SPRING HATS
Our new hats are here, extremely smart
:u every Cetail'. All the latest style features. -A
suitable shape and shade for every man.
Buy now and enjoy- a full season of wear
Stetsons and Gordons
$5.00 to $12.50
Also a very phoice assortment of cloth hats
now ;. ......... . . $4.50 to $5.50
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Our Fruits and Vegetables are
the best that can possibly be had.
FRESH CRISJ CLEAN
VEGETABLES Caollflpwer, Cabbage,
Turnips, Beets, ' Carrots, Celery, Spinach,
Parsley, CuctiniU-rs, Tomatoes, Peppers,
Brusscl' Sprouts, Green ' Onions,
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A-otlw of Bids for SeWer Construction
Notice is hereby given that seaJca
Vids will be received at the office ot
the l3ty Recorder in Pendleton Oregon i
ip t olock p. m. on ilareh Zna
191 1 for the construction of a Sower
Extension on Ash Street in The City
of Pendle'on. Oreron. Commencing
at the M inhHe at the Intersection of
Ash street and Railroad street, and
running north 330 feet on Ash Street,
plans and specifications for said sewer
r.n be seen at the office of the City
Surveyor in the City Hall at Pendleton
Oregon, each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check of 10 per cent of
, . We offer you "
PRIME QUALITY FRESH MEATS
Pot Roasts '
Ham Roasts .
Chuck Steak ..
Round; Sirloin, T-Bone .........
13c l b.
, . .i... ...... ..22c !fa.
........ L.lSc lb.
. ... r-ISsr. lb.
This is all choice meat NO FROZEN STUFF.
EXTRA SPECIAL .
NO 5 LARD, $1.15
NO. 10 LARD, $25 ,
Also a nice supply of Veal, Larab and Chken
the amount of the bid made payable
to theorderof the Mayor of thj City ot
Pendleton,. to be returned to the bidder
if unsuccessful, and o be forfeited If.
the bid is accepted and the bidder fails
to enter Into a contract In accordance
with the terms of his said bid. The
Common Council reserves the right to
reject any and all bids at Its pleasure.
Dated this 18th day of February
THOS. FITZ GERALD.
I- As a prcvenlAe, tneft and in
bale aigbt aad monung
A rf-.V .VAPORUB
Oner I X Milium Jan Utti Yearly
:' cw'r,y.. '
v .60c per povnd
Regular pricsv$l pound.
, Watch "ouf winJow '
Tnr tb Wisteria Tea
Room for the f invest lunch'
in town. , , "
FINE 10 BE IKED
SPniNGFlKLD.-Ill., Feb. 25. (A.
P.) Henry Ford's attack on the Jews
resulted in proposed legislative action
ia Illinois today when a bill was in
troduced in the aMscmbly broadening
the definition of libel and - providing
penalties, of J1.000 fine and Jail sen
tences ot one, year for persons con
victed of ridiculing or exposing to
public hatred or contompt the mem
bers of any race or sect.
MI SBAXO STHTi ADVEltTISES
. SA.N FIUXCISCO, Feb. 25. (U. P.)
Mrs Orville. Brcnaan told In the di
vorce cpurt that her husband was not
satisfied with winning; her through a
matrimonial, advertisement, but kept
right on advertising after she married
him.: fJhe was given a, -divorce.
WHEN fMEALS '
. HIT BACK
"Pape's Diapcpsin" instantly
Ends Indigestion, Sourness,'
. Stomach Acidity
- Are lumps of unUigented t'oud caus
lug you pain? Is your stomach acid,
gassy, sour, ir. have- you. flatulence,
heartburn? Then take Pape's Dlapep-
wn. ... . . , . . . v.
Jiud as sjon as you eat a tablet or
i two of Pa)ie's IMspepsin all that dys
pepsia; Indigestion and stomarh dis
tress caused by acidity ends. These
pleasant, harmless tablets of Pape's
Dtapepsin never fall to make sick, up-
. Xotk-o of Stjrewt ImproAemeiU
. Notice Is hereby given that at a regu
lar meeting of the Common Council of
The City of Pendleton held at the
Council Chambers In Pendleton Ore
gon on February 23rd, 121 the fol
lowing Resolution was duly adopted;
WHB11BA.1, the City surveyor of the
City of Pendleton did on the 23rd. day
of February, 1921, under directions
and by reouircment of the Common
Council file In the office of the He
cordor of the Olty of Pendleton, plans
and specincatlons for an appropriate
Improvement of the following named
street In said city:
Grange street from the North Line
df (Vinrt SrrMt in thn'Knuth Line of
IU-wIh Street, together with the tstl-
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tunies oi ins worn to- .oe uuira an
probable cost thereof with a statement
of the lots, parts of lota and parccoi
of land to be benefKed by such im
provement and the percentage of the
total cost of Improvement, which each
of such lots, parts of lots and parcoln
of land should pay o account of tn
benefits' to be derived from such Im
prwvement, and - - 1
AVHEHBAK, the Council has n
amlned such plans and specifications
and estimates and found the same sat
isfactory and the estimates therefor
to be In accordance with the probabl
cost of such work, and,
WHBREA& the property recom
mended by the City Surveyor to be la
eluded within ttie boundaries ,or tfl
district "benefited Is In the Judgment oi
the Common Council properly to be
Included within such Improvement Il'
trlct and no property is excluded
therefrom which sheuld properly be
included therein, and
WHBKKAS, the Improvement of the
hereinabove described portion
CSrange Street either gravel Uitulilhlc
pavement. Concrete pavement or War
reiUte Bitullthio pavement on Crushed
rock or crushed gravel foundation is
at this time necessary, therefore, be ,11,
rtrcSOLVIOD by the Common Coun
cil of the City of Pondlpton that it Is
expedient to improve and It Is hereby
proposed to improve (Grange Strce'
from the North Line of Court Street to
th,e South Line of Iewis Street, by pav
Ing the same with either gravel bitu-
lithlc pavement or concrete pavement
or 'Warrenite Dltulithic pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation; such pavement to be construct
ed and the surface thereof to be finish
ed upon t,he established grade of said
street and the street to have curbs and
gutters and all other things in accord
ance with and as shown in the plans
and specifications for the improvement
of said portions of said. Grange Street
from the North Line of Court Street
to the South Line of Lewis Street, pre
pared by F. B. Hayes, City Surveyor
filed with the Recorder of said City on
the 8th day of December, 1920, which
said plana and specifications are here
by particularly referred to, and be "
RESOLVED that the Engineer's
estimates of the probable total cost of
suoh Improvement, which' said City
Engineer's estimates was made ana
prepared by F. B. Hayes, City Surveyor
of said City, in the sum . of JJlls.i"
nnH was filed with the Recorder of
said City on the 8th. day of December,
1920, Is hereby Included and hereby re
ferred to particularly; and be It fnr-ther
RESOLVED that the plans and
Kpeciflcations and estimates fop such
improvement as prepared by the City
Surveyor and filed with the Recorder
of the City of Pendleton on the Xtn.
day of December,; 1921,' be and they
are hereby adopted and approved, aim
be it further !. '
. JJESOLVRD thnt the cost of making
such im prove men shall be a charge
and lien upon all lots, parts of lots and
parcels of land to be. 'benefited by such
improvement, and the. owners, of sucn
lots, parts of lots and parcels of
land so specially benefited y such Im
provement shall be liable for the pay
ment of the costs, thercpt,-and be it
further, - ' ' . ' ' ' '
' RESOLVED that an Assessment Dis-;
triot is hereby created to be known as
"Assessment District No. 78" embrace
Ing, the property benefited and to be
assessed for the payment of such im-.
provements, -which 'Assessment ' Dis
trict shall Include all lots, parts ot lots
und parcels of land lying and being
within the district bounded ; and
described as follows, to-wlt:
DCTltlon - of Assessment ' District
.- Number J.
Beginning at the southwest comer of
Lot 8, Block 1, Jacobs Addition to Pen
dleton; thence 350 feet north and par
allel with the west line of Orange
Street; thence 260-feet east along the
south.. Una of Lewis. Street;. ..thence
South 350 feet and parallel with the
cast line of Orange street: then west
on the north line of Court Street to the
point of beginning. And be lt,further
RESOLVED, that a copy or this
resolution together with a notice that
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Boys and Girls Teams
High School Gym
Starts at 7::
Price 50c Students25c
tlon of the- cost of said work to be
charged against each lot, part of lot
and parcel of land Is on file In the of
fice of the City Recorder, be publish
ed for a period of ten days in the East
Oregonian which newspaper is hereby
designated by the Common Council
for the publication thereof.
And notice Is further given that the
Surveyors estimate of the cost of sold
Improvement to Ikm assessed against
each Ixit, part of Lot and parcel ill
l.and on acconnt of said Improvement
is now on file In the office of the City
Recorder, subject to Inspection. Don
and dated at Pendleton (wegom this
24th day of February 1921.
THO FITZ GERALD,
ret stomachs feel . fine at once, .and
they cost very HtUo fit d,ruj storesi , lilie surveyor's estimate o( the propor
XOTICK 1XH BIDS '
XOTICB IS HEREBY GIVKJJ that
sealed bids and proposals will be re
ceived by the Common Council of Pen
dleton on and, until March 9 1921 at 6
o'clock P. M. for the Improvement of
'LINCOLN STREET from the North
L'ne of MnrkiSt. to the South Line of
Raley Street, designated at IMPROVE
MENT DISTRICT NO. 74, with either
gravel Uitulilhlc Pavement, Concrete
Pavement, . or AVarrenite Bltullthic
Pavement on crushed rock or crushed
gravel foundation In accordance with
Plans and Specifications for such im
,rovement now on file la the Office
of the City Recorder ot the City of
Pendleton, Oregon. -
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check of five-per cent (5 ler!
cent of the total cost, payable to the
Mayor of the City of Pendleton, to be
returned, if the bidder Is utSjucccss-
ful and to be forfolted on failure to en
Uer tnto a contract Im accordance with
the bid, if accepted.
Each bid must specify the price for
wild Improvement as follows:
1000 an. yds. of - Hard Sur
s face Pavement, Per one q.
yd. . i, .
400 L. ft. of Concrete Ciu-n,
Strsight, per one Lin. ft. ....
188.90 cu. yds. of Dirt Kxfa
, vat kin, per one cub. yd ..$...
16S L. ft, of In. gal. iron
pipe fort. Six water con-
noctlona, from water main
to one foot insldo the Curb
line on-East bIhUu of Street.
34 ftuof in. gal.. Iron pipe
fori Six water connections
on West ' sld' of Street.
Each connection .
193 Is ft. 4 in., vitr. sewer
.pilie for: Five sewer eon
' nections from Main sewer '
tott ft. Inside, ourto line on-.
Kast side of t!treeU Kach
eennnc.tlon , .....;.'$.
CO lln. ft. lu, In. gatv. iron
pipe for: Two gas connec
tions from, main to 1 ft. in
side of curb line on East
side of Street. Each con-
Tonight sure! Let a pleasant, hrm
Ivss Carcaret work) ; while' you sleep
and have your liver jtrfc. head eleae,
stomac h sweet and rbowels moving;
regular by morning. &'d griping or tn
couvcnlenca. 10, ilg 5r-G cent boxes.
Children lov this candy cathartlo too.
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for: onKMt4nnitklisiAii,.. K.',
West side of Street. Per, ,
one connection .., 3.......
' Total enst .... .,.....,
Bids must be filed with the City Ue- ,
corder on or before the time ulxive
mentioned. .. .... , ., t, i
Tito Common JCo(ilicit fesm-es the
right to rcK'CC ft W MioTaH "ld and
bids will be openwt'bytHr' Common
Council at the svgulur. mcetiog thersuf
ob the day hei jih;4'(i,iihUimeuV r
Dune ami dated at rentuoion ure.
gon this 24 duy of February, 1931.
THOS. FITZ GERALD.
, . If City Recorder. ;
I SCHOOLS W.tbiT IE.Jf STBACB,
Though ' iiJirlt schoelj f fmmencev
mepls are stilt Several mqijths off. re.
quests are alre!Wly.jwnnlnK 'to Dean
John Stnib for adrtrpsBi.-. This .Is
probably due trf'the faothat this vet,
rhn and popular speaker has each
year moro requests fdrKWcBBe than '
he can fill, and the fflgh schools, aro
booking him early in order .to be suro"
f him. . '
i SiiiuMkm ICylVilfiernt
Walla Walla rdletm ,
Auto Freight erriee
' ROt ND TRIPS JOAJXY, ;
Is-avi-s Piiiilli'ton 2 p. ni.
rcmihunf Plume .-.aw-w, '
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Each pacJago of "Diamond Dyes"
contains simple directions to diamond
dye worn shabby skirts, waists, dresses,
coats, gloves, ,stfoklji,. sweaters, dra.
perles, coverings, cverytlilrig, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
goods, new, rich, fadeless colors.. Buy
"Diamond Dyes," no other tnd, theit
perfect results aro guaranteed. . Drug, V
gist has Color Card,,
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