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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OEEGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1021.
For After Supper Shoppers '
BEAUTIFUL SIUv TAFFETA $2.24.
All the new Spring shades, 06 inches wide, extra fine qual
ity and a splendid value at our regular price at ?2.6o.
Special for Friday and Saturday onlv, a yard $2.24
3G IXCII SILK POPLIN 98c
AH the new shades to select from, extra fine and lustrous;
splendid wearing material for skirts, etc. Our regular low
Special for Friday and Saturday only, a yard 98c
SATIN MESSALINES $1.9S
36 inches wide, big values and our customers ask us why
-our regular price at $2.25 is so much lower.
Special Friday and Saturday onlv, a yard $1.98
SULTANA SILK HOSE 59c
Women's pure silk and fibre hose of superior quality; rein
forced heels, soles and toes; black and cordovan.
Special Friday and Saturday only, a pair 59c
BLACK CAT CHILDREN'S HOSE 49c
This lot consists of discontinued numbers; colors black,
white and brown; sizes 7 1-2, 8, 9, 9 1-2, 10, 10 1-2 only. This
quality sells regularly at 60c and 65c.
Special Friday and Saturday only, a pair 49c
Our Sale of Womens Underwear
COMES TO A CLOSE THIS EVENING. After supper shop
pers have a last chance to profit by the wonderful savings of
fered. This is one of the greatest sales of women's underwear
we've held in years. Spring and summer underwear of "Kay
ser" quality at a tremendous saving for you. The economical
woman will hasten to take advantage of the splendid bargains
offered in this underwear sale.
. ' LOT 1 SALE PRICE 82.49
Our Pvegular Pricing $3.00, $35, $3.50, $3.95 and $4.50.
LOT 2 SALE PRICE 81.69
Our Regular Pricing $1.75, $2.25, $2.50 and $2,75.
LOT 3 SALE PRICE 93c
Garments that are Priced Regularly to $1.25.
LOT 4 SALE PRICE 69c
Our Regular Low Prices are 75c, 85c and $1.10.
LOT 5 SALE PRICE $1.24
. These Garments Represent Regular Values to $1.95.
LOT 6 SALE PRICE 29c
- , These are Splendid Values at Our Reg. Price at 35c and 40c
LOT 7 SALE PRICE 13c -
Splendid Values, our Reg. Low Price to 25c Garment.
Beautiful Kayser and Van Raalte Silk Underwear
Great Sale at ONE-THIRD Regular Price.
PEiDLLUNS GEEAXEST DEPARTMENT STORE
1 mi i maun ll linn
jWHFRE IT PAYS TO TRADE
oils on Roc
30 to 40 OFF .
See our window display. Nearly every home can use one
or more rocking chairs. At the prices we are making on these
numbers you can afford to buy. It will be impossible for us to
replace these rockers at these prices.
Two only extra fine . quality, genuine
Leather Rockers, reg. price $50.00;
sale price $35.00
One only extra heavy, loose cushion, gen
uine leather Rocker, reg. price $67.00;
sale price $46.90
One only, genuine leather, loose cushion
Rocker, reg. price $60. Sale
One only genuine leather Rocker, reg.
price $45.00, sale price $31.50
Two only Oak Rockers, wax finish, gen
uine leather auto seats, reg. price, $45,
ale price $30.00
One only Oak Rocker, wax finish, genu
f ine leather auto seat, reed panel sides,
reg- price, $45.00; sale price ....$30.00
Two only Oak Rockers, wax finish, reed
panel, genuine leather auto seat, reg.
price $35.00; sale price $21.00
One enly Oak Rocker, wax finish, genu
ine leather auto seat and leather back ;
reg. price $40.00, sale price $28.00
One Only Oak' Rocker, wax finish, gen
uine leather auto seat, reg. price
$37.00. Sale price $25.00
One only Oak Rocker, wax finish, genu
- ine leather Auto Seat and Leather
back, reg. price $42.50, sale
One only Oak Rocker, wax finish, genu
ine leather auto seat, reg. price, $40;
sale price $24.00
Every rocker strictly high grade and the values we guarantee cannot be
duplicated. If you anticipate buying a rocker this year you should do it now
as the stock is limited.
aker Furniture Co.
831 MAIN ST.
NEWS OF FARM
HEAVY FLEECES ARE
Everything; About Game Good
This Year Except Prices''
Received or in Prospect.
Kverythlng about the sheep busi
ness this year Is good except the
' prices that are being received or are li
prospect for the wool and mutton
from which the sheepmen receive the
money thut enables them to conduct
I their business. This is according to
I'un Smythe, member of the firm of
Smythe Brothers' whose holdings of
j both sheep and range are consider
able. i Shearing Is In full swing through
!out this section of the country. The
shearers will be done with about 4500
of the I'mutilln Sheep Company's
bands by Sunday evening. The work
Is being done at Coomb's Canyon.
I Activities are In full blast at the
'shearing plant of Smythe Hro., six
miles south of Arlington where the
'wool Is being lifted from the backs of
j 30,001) head of the woolies.
"Our wool c!!p this year Is the best
we have ever grown, ' .Mr. Kmytne
I said today. "It Is cleaner freer from
i grcese, and there Is a lone, fine staple
i The excellent quality Is due to the
very favorable season we have had on
' the range during last fall and winter,
land also during this spring.
"The sheep we have been shearing
at Arlington are averaging 15 pounds
The lamb crop is also encouraging
both as t the number of Iambs and on
! condition. Our average percentage for
I nil our sheep will run between 110
and 115 per cent, and In some outfits,
the Increase ran to 125 per cent."
The sheep will be taken to the sum
mer ranges about May 15, and during
the latter part of June and the first
part of July the black-faced lambs will
be shipped to Chicago.
llloom Very Ilimjr.
The bloom on the fruit trees in the
Hermiston section is unusually heavy
this year, says Fred Hennion, county
agent. There are but few cherries and
peaches because of the injury caused
! y the severe weather a year ago. The
I apple bloom is very heavy and the
'crop will probably be cone? ponding
! ly heavy on many of the trees because
of the lack of vitality, from tho cold
weather a year ago.
May Change Location.
The new site for the Hermiston ex
periment station is favored by J. T.
Jardine, state director of experiment
I stations, who Visited Hermiston re
'cently. The new location is on the
McKay creek project and would In
crease the size of the stat.'on fiiun 40
to 1C0 acres. Mr. Jardine pointe out.
during his visit, that tho activities of
the station should in future be confin
ed not so much toward seeking new
varieties of alfalfa and other plant
growths but to demonstrations of the
best cultivation of crops in the Irri
gated section of the Columbia River
Is liaising t'liickcns
Mrs. William Rhodes, of Columbia,
who recently moved with her husband
to the I5!esing place Is going into the
chicken business on quite a large scale
md Is undertaking the work in a
scienntlftc way. she hits a cement
floor brooder house which is heated
and lighted In such a manner that the
baby chicks have perfect care and
comfort. When one batch of chickens
are large enough they are moved to
another more commodious building to
make room for more younger ones in
the brooder. She has the full blooded
strain of White Petulnna leghorns and
is preparing to raise in the neighbor
hood of five hundred and by the meth
rfh uses and the thorough care she
uihes of the checks, it seems that she
will be entirely successftir.
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The otyle sliown In this drons
for formal occasions gives the
long cracetri lines obtained with
heavily-bead d fabric. This mod;l
ln black satin with jet beads or
'white georgette with white beads
,'ln all-over scroll pattern is T.t
UR C H b S
Announcement ror tills depart
mont mu.st bt, submitted to the
Ua. Orvgonian not later than
Friday evening In order to be as
sured of publication ou Saturday,
Clmri li of The. Redeemer
Rev. Alfred I,ockwood, rector.
S:00 a. m., Holy communion.
9:45 a. m., Sunday school.
11:00 u; m. Morning prayer and ser.
7:30 p. m., livening prayer and ser
mon.. The rector preaches at tho morning
service on "What Is Man." The public
.s cordially invited.
Tho First MetluwIiM KlmtiI t'lilircli
Corner East Webb and Johnson
streets. John II. Secor, minister.
Morning services Sunday school
10:00 a. m., W. T. Rlgby, upt. Morn
ing sermon, 11:00 a. m. Subject.
Kvcnlnyf services Kpworth League,
7:00 p. m. T"Pic, "Self Control! and
How to rt It." leader, Glenn Rob
erts. Even Ine sermon, s;00 p. m. Sub
ject, "The Impassable Culf." Mid
Week nerviest, Wednesday at 8:00 p.
m. Subject. "Man The Imago of God.''
Methodist Brotherhood. Thursday
8:00 p. m. Good program, social time,
refreshments. Ail men Invited.
l'irst ITosbyterlim (liurch
Corner College and Alta, Rev. (J. I
Clark, pastor. . Residence DOG Kast
Alta, phone 621.
10:110 a. m., Suhhath school, A. C.
11:00 a. m.. Sermon by the pastor.
Subject, "The Test."
6:4.i p. m.. C. K. devotional, lead
er Miss Edith Umg.
7:.'lft p. m., Sermon by the pastor.
"The Question of Being a Represen
tative of Christianity." We extend a
welcome to ail.
First Christian Church
"Wake up and go get 'em" Is the
motto of the Bible .School for this Sun
day. At 9:45 shary a good surprise
will feature the opening services. The
Bible School will merge Without Intor
missior Into the preaching service for
the 11 o'clock hour. Subject of morn
ing sermon. "What tho Church Needs
Most." At 6:30 p. m. the minister will
give a brief, special address dealing
with the basis of persona) exangelism,
after which the endeavorers will con
sider the topic, "To Have and to Hold
a Good Name." At 7:30 tho sermon
will be on the subject "Why the World
Needs tho Church."
I-et's make this a "So-to-church
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Everybody Needs a
Copy of This Book
r It's Free
We have a little eight page book called
"The Story of an Opportunity at Home," .
containing1 valuable information for any
one who is saving money or who is thinking
May we send you a copy it's free.
Stop in any of our offices; phone, or ask
any of our employes; they'll gladly get a
copy for you.
Pacific Power and
A Business which of Necessity Is l're-oniinent
Sunday. Von will enjoy every servlc
ut the First Christian Churelii corner
Main and Jackson,
W. A. tliessnun,
j When Irregular or suppressed use
i Triumph Fills, Siifo and dependable
' In ail proper cases. Not sold at Drug
Salvation Army i""' . " ex'",rln",nt "h
Salvation Army hall at SOS K. Alta f"r "KHIef ' and particulars. If. free,
street. Rhone 1052. (Address: .National Medical Institute,
Sunday n,'rM: 'ulvr' oisappotmmeni. write
Sunday services as follows:
morning holiness meeting lit 1 1
o'clock. Sundny school at 1:30 p. in.
Salvation meeting at 8 o'clock. Week
day services. Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday night nt 8 o'clock.
These meetings are for you. The
words of Christ stand good In this i;en
era'.lon. Matthew II, i. "Come unto
ine all ye that labor and are heavy lad
en and I will give you rent. Take My
v.tL'n m.iin ,),a (i .1 H I., ,t mo r.il till'
heart and yo shall find rest unto your
soul." These services are bound to do
you good. A warm welcome awaits
you. Captain Jennie, Conrad, I,ieut.
Myra Moysund Cadet H. Mnrford, offi
cers la charge.
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First Church of Christ, Scientists,
holds sen-ices at 813'..j Mi.ln Strwt
I First stairway north of the Inland
Knipire lanki. Sunday serv-lcrs are
at 11 a. in. and H . in. The subject of
the lessn-sert)tf)n for -unday, April
Ith, Is "Probation After Death." Sun
day school begins at 9:45 a. m. js
A Wednesday evening meeting
which includes testimonials of healing
is held at 8 o'clock. The Reading E
Boom, which is maintained at the':;
same address, is open dally from 9 a. f
in. to ! p. in., w here the Bible and au- j S
thorb.cd Christian Science literature
may be read, borrowed, or purchased. '5
The public is cordially Invited to at- E
tend the church services, and to visit is
the Heading Boom.
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBES
AT YOUB PPUCCIST
A.V1W BY KAM OMIT KOW SubilrtvtiM.
Ttev. W. H. cox. past nr.
rl") Host ptrfet. phone llli
Sunday morning Sunday school, V. ,E
JI. r!ilv. Supt , 9:ri0. I'reaehing ser- lE
vice 11:00. subject, "My Father." !
Sunday night H. V. I'. V.. Senior, iS
Miss Chlldreth, Fresident, 6:30. II. V.lE
P. I., Junior. Mrs. Ilallezore, I'rrs!-
rlent, 6:30. Preaching service, "::0. '
Subject, "The People Around the i
CrosB. Wednesday night prayer ser
You are cordially Invited to he pres
ent at each of these services, they are
tor you Come and bring your family,
Cood preaching, good singing, good
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616 Garden St.
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downlCwwSnt. Than oi hay. KLEi!11- r.
no Daymanti on th nrincinal un
til tha and of tha ftiarth year, the attteea
annnal paymcnu. Inurait ia f) per cent. In
eentrai Saakatchewan geaeer Wheeler
rrew th. world'! prue wheat. World DriM
oata wara srowa at Uoydminatar.
No Tuei on Improvements
Taera ia a email tat an the land, but there
are no Ulea on your live atock, buildine.
Improvement., Implement! of periHinal
cflccta. Uoorl Diarketa. modern u.hnnl.
roads, etartbea, amuaejaanta, maka (aria
5,. J2"w"' T 'f hwekera maka
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txau-d pamphlett annreeln, ,J ,or,lOTa
and aettiir. forth Umirea abnnl lann v. lore.
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Friday, Saturday and Sunday
FRENCH NOUGAT, 45c
You know the delicious fountain orders we serve.
We h ave employed Buddy Stevens to make our confections-
A trial will convince.
Under New Management "
Formerly The Palm 623 Main St
We cater to white trade only. v. "
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