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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1921)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1021.
We're Responsible for Vour; Compfeie Saffsfabffon fS IT 'GOOD QfJlLITYV' :
Thai's a more important tiling to be sure of than price. All prices are lower, but not all qualities are better. OURS ARE, we guarantee them to be.
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Here are dresses from man
ufacturers who are special
ists in their line, and their
frocks ' .show care and
thought in every detail.
They posses an air of indi
viduality that will at once
appeal to the most fastidi
ous, and their prices are far
garments of such high qual-itv-
Georgettes, Crepes and
Taffetas.. '823.50 to $75.00
OUR NEW SKIRT STOCK FOR SPRING
Will Furnish Inspiration for New
Many of the prettiest party, evening and street
dresses shown in the spring, 1921, style publications
call for silks such as Canton Crepes, Charmeuse,
Georgette Crepe, Taffetas, Satins and Tricolettcs.
Silk prices are now on a pre-war level and you can
have pretty silk garments at very reasonable cost
for material. Come in and see the beautiful new
materials we are showing in our silk department
Our prices are always the lowest possible, quality
considered. ' ' "
LA PORTE TISSUES ARE BEAUTIFUL
Priced Reasonably Low, 90c Yard.
32 inches wide in pleasing plaid designs with silk
over plaids.. Many of the lovely summer frocks
shown in the new style magazines are made from
Tissues. Make your spring and summer dresses out
of La Porte Tissues, priced the yard 90c
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WOMEN'S SILK HOSE SPECIAL 98c.
Broken lines of silk hose, seamless and mock
seam; reinforced foot. Novelty lace in heather col
ors ; sizes 8 1-2 to 10. Regular values to $2.00.
Special Pair, at 9Sc
CHILDREN'S BLACK CAT HOSIERY
j Very Special, the pair 49c
Broken lines of children's hose in sizes 7 1-2, 9,
91-2,10,101-2,11,111-2. They are strongly rein
forced with extra threads wherever wear is essen
tial. Black and white, but not all sizes. They arc
regular 69c values.
. ' Special, a pair 49c
l"p want three nr four extra saleswomen tor Saturdays.
IT PAYS TO TRADE
Wc wont thrw or tmtr salwwomrti f.H- K-torUar.
apply to the manwnunt. . . -
girls; reading ly Mabel Mario and
Al'.erta Kerhy; readint; by Blidie Ker
liy and Bernico McCollem and a song
by ihe audience concluded tne pro
! Mrs. Harry Larabeo entertained her
bunday schiKil clawi on Friday evening
at her hnme. Thio who attended
were Inrene Dames, Claire Parr,
(East Orc;nn:an Ppeclal.) ' . IHina Christian. Dena Ueuallen, Clyde
liaroh 2. A -Community : Larabee, Rachael Larabee, Alvjn Der
Kceer imnam m hr-M in the Ban-! roian. Royal Carlitranl. Paul Dames,
titt church at Ai'.ar.is on Sunday even-
irg at 8 p. m. The church tras beau
tifjliy decorated in white and laven
der. T!ie prttiiam a sn.? by tho
choir, a r.idinp by Daniel Kembler,
an fT:T(r driM n-as iven by 20
llabel Marlon-, Lennig McCollem, Boo
P?ker and Roberta Morrison. Lunch
was served and games were played.
Mrs. Charley i-hatz entertained Clar
ence Power, Hazel Angler and Maria
MnrHmore for dinner Sunday.
Mrs. Garth Stoll went to Pendleton
Saturday to do nome shopping.
Laurence Mclntyre and hig brother
Wendle- Mclntyre of Helix motored to
Adams Saturday evening from their
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKenzle motor
ed to Pendleton Saturday to do soma
iMrs. Carl Christian and Mrs. Harry
Larabee went to Pendleton to do some
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyer and daugh
ters Wllma and Helen motored to Pen
The Booster Band met at the church
on Thursday afternoon. A good at
tendance wa present.
Miss Isabclle Ross of Pendleton was.amined such plana and specifications
the guest of Miss Geraldine Morrison and estimates and found the same Bat-
over Sunday at the Morrison ranch jlsfactory and the estimates therefor to
near Adams. be In accordance wltlt tne prooaoie
Mtss Helen Blake spent Sunday at cost of such work, and.
homo In Adams. WHEREASL tho property recom-
iur. ana Airs. Ij. Ij. Licuaiien anu
Baby's Rock-a-Bye Swings
AVe are offering you four specials in these little kiddies' swings and you
should lose no time in taking advantage of them. "
Plain Jumper Swings, without coil spring or big screw eyes $1JJ, complete
Walker Swings (they help him learn to walk), complete with spring and big
screw eye 1.98
Jumper .With Back Rest, built so the kiddie can sleep m it. Complete with
spring and screw eye
Tioi, T,- imn,.u;n,Tr,rfni.Tnnnn Food- comDlete with two. coil
iiuin-ihv.-l dUi.-ptl M III! M lllj 1 r l AV(7kM..u 7 - . .
sni'inn"j snfl sr-vcw pvps .
All of these Swings are made of good, heavy, strong canvas, and, the steel
frames being enameled, will allow washing.
THE QUANTITY IS LDIITEL SO COME EARLY.
KMaiSONS GSEAXEST DEPARLHENT. STORE-
daughters Doras and Dena motored to
Guy May berry motored to Pendleton
Saturday to do gomo shopping. .
Ed. Bur ham was In Adams today
Mr. and Mrs. Murray and son have
moved to their new home on the hill
and are cleaning! and remodeling.
Miss Louise Derroign Is confined to
her home with a bad cold.
Adams Community -Baptist church
had Easter prayer services at C a. ro
on Easter morning.
Mrs. Gladys Ppencer was the guest
of Mrs. John Spencer Saturday.
Mrs. Bvard McCollem and Gladys
Spencer were In Pendleton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joul motored to Adams
Sunday to attend the Easter services.
Mrs. Rothrock and son motored to
Adams Monday to do some shopping.
Kullivun Dames motored to Adams
Sunday from the J. O. Hales ranch
near Adams. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Llcuallen motored
to Adams Sunday and were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Chesnut.-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallan motored
to Adams today from their ranch near
MANAGER OF LIGHT'
AND POWER PLANT
BROWNSVILLE, Texas, March 2.
(A. P.) George Bishop, manager ot
the Brownsville municipal light and
power plant, was electrocuted when
the rain soaked brim of his hat touch
ed a live wire.
Xntii-K of buret Jn-provement
Xotice Is hereby given that at a
3 1 regular meeting of the Common Couh-
trjjCll of The City of Pendleton held at
ill! the Council Chambers In Pendleton
S3 1 Oregon on March 16th. 1921, tha fol
f Mowing Resolution was duly adopted;
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V.'HERBAS. tin City Surveyor of i provement as prepared by the City
Q8 gthe City of Pendleton did on the Blh. 8urveyor and filed with the Recorder
i ti,M. 1921. under direction! the City of Pendleton on tho 9th.
and by reauiremeiit of tha Common day of March, 1921, be and they are j
mended by the City Surveyor to be In
cluded within tho boundaries of the
district benefited Is in the Judgment
of the Common Council properly to be
Included within, such Improvement
District and So property Is excluded
therefrom which should properly be
included therein, and ,
WHBREA3; the Improvement of the
hereinabove described portions of
Thompson Street either gravel Blthu-
lithlc pavement, concrete pavement or
Warrenlte Bithulihlc pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation ! at this time necessary, there,
fore, be It,
RESOLVED by the Common Coun
cil of the City of Pendleton that U Is
expedient to Improve and It is hereby
proposed to improve Thompson Street
from tho north right of way line of
the O. W. R. A N. Company to the
south lino of High Street, by paving
tha same with either gravel Blthullthlc
pavement or concrete pavement or
Warrenlte Blthullthlc pavement on
crushed rock or crushed gravel foun
dation: such pavement to bo con
structed and the srrface thereof to he
finished upon tho established grade of
said street and ths street to have curbs
and gutters and all other things in ac
cordance with and as shown In the
Plans' and specifications for the Im
provement of said portions of said
Thompson Street from tho north rlsht
of way Una of the O. W. R. & N. Com
pany to tho south line of High Street,
prepared by P. B. Hayes, City Survey
or, filed with the Recordor ot sam
City on tho 9th. day of March, 1921.
which said plans and specifications
are hereby particularly reforred to,
and ba It further
RESOLVED that . the Engineer's
estimates of tho probable total- cost ot
such Improvement, which said CitJ ;
Engineer's estimates was made and
prepared by V. B. Hayes, City Survey
or of said City, n the sum of 13,-
35.5 and was filed With tho Record
er of said City.on the 9th day of March
l!)21ls hereby included and heretiy
referred to particularly; and be It fur
ther - '
RESOLVED that the plans and spe
cifications and estimates for such 1m-
lots, and parcels of land lying and be
ing within the district bounded and
dewrlhed as follows, to-wlt:
IKwrintkm of Assessment WWtnet
Commencing from tho northeast
corner of lot 13, block 113. Reservation
addition to PcndtWon, Oregon, thence
1.10!; ft. s 2-8 In. in a southerly direc
tion and parallel with tho east lino of
Thomnson Street, thenco 280 ft. In a
westerly direction and parallel with1
tho south line of High Street, thence
1J05 ft. 2 5-1 In. In a northerly direc
tion and parallel with the west line of
Thompson Street, thenco 20 ft. In an
easterly direction and along tho south
line of tho O. W. R. & H. Co. right of
way lino to tho point of beginning.
And bo It further
RESOLVED, that a copy of this
resolution together with a notice that
tho surveyor's estimate of tho propor
tion of the cost ot said work to be
charged against each lot, part of lot
and parcel of land la on file In the of
fice of tho City Recorder, bo publish
ed for a period of ten days In tho East
Orogonian, which newspaper Is horeby
designated by tho Common Council for
the publication thereof.
And notice Is further given that tho
Surveyor's estimate of the cost of said
Improvement to bo assessed against
each Iot, part of Lot and parcel ot
Land on account of said improvement
is now on file in tho office of tho City
Recorder, subject to Inspection. Done
and dated at Pendleton Oregon this
17th. day of March 1921.
, ' TIIOS. FITZ GERALD, '
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Crab Meat, Japanese, '
the can ...70c
Lobsters, the can ............75c
Sardines, kippered, -
the can 40c
the can 30c
Chicken Loaf, the can 60c
Chicken, boned, Purity
Cross, can :. ... 90e
Clam Chowder, the can..20c
Pork and Beans, Heinze,'
the can 15c, 20c, 35c
Peaches and Apricots '
2 cans for 45c
12 cans for .........$2.50
24 cans for $4.75
Garden Seeds, Onion Sets
and Seed Potatoes. ,
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PAYS TO THADE t
I WHrnE A t
3 Council file in the office ot the Record
H er of the City of Pendleton, plans and
t Egf j specifications for an appropriate- im
gl provement of tho following named
p I itreet In said city:
.J j Thompson fitrest from tho north
gs right of way lino of tho O. W. R. Il N,
j!Co. to the south line of High Street,
iul I 'oeether with the estimates j of ths
gif work to be dona and tho probablo cost
III thereof Kith a statement of the lots,
S ; I'srts of lots and parcelk l land to bo
I 3 benefited by such Improvement and
the percentage of tho total cost of Im
provement, which each of sucn lots.
Parts of lots and parcels of land should
pay on account of tho beneflta to bo
derived from such Improvement, and
WHEREAS, tho Council ha ex-
hereby adopted and approved, and bej
Resolved that the cost of making:
.such Improvement shall bo a charge!
and lion upon all lots, parts of lots and
parcels of land to benef1ted by such
improvement, and tho owners of such
lots, parts of lots and parcels of land so
Parts of lots and parcels of land so -1
spec!ally benefited by such Improve- j
merit shall bo liable for ths payment i
of the costs thereof, and bo It further,)
r.r-wuv mai an amcthihciiiii
District Is hereby created to be Known
as "AuseKsment District No. 78" em
bracing tha property benefited and to!
bo assessed for tho payment of such!
unprovciTn?mH, which nwnnniiioii. wi.' j
trlct shall Include all oti parti 'of il;
to Your Interest '
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you have been trading and 'are looking for ' a
clean sanitary market where you can order all
your Meats and Groceries at the same calling,
follow the policy of hundreds of the shrewd and
careful housewives and start the month of
April right by ordering your table supplies from
THE TABLE SUPPLY. We buy to the interest
of our customers always.
"IHE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 18S
739 Main Street
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