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DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON; THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1921.
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR COMMUNITY THE YEAR ROUND TELL IT TO YOUR VISITORS DURING ROUND UP TIME.
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Naturally the question would be followed
by the thought of where will be the shop
that continually keeps its stocks "Right-up-to-the-Minute"
the shop that clears out
its past season's wear the shop where all
chance is eliminated, the chance of its be
ing a last season's garment.
Our carefully kept ready-to-wear depart
ment offer you the newest and nothing but
that class of garments. At prices that are
strictly in accord with good, reliable wear
and prices that meet the popular demand.
During the Round-Up shopping visit our
fine Eeady-to-Wear Department.
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Always Mew Clothes-
TIIAT HAVE THE BEST
FEATURES OF STYLE AND LONG WEAR I
"That sounds just exactly like Hart Schaffner & Marx advcr
tising," said the father of the family. It's not even necessary to
look for the picture for the reading of these advertisements goes
exactly with the features of the Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes.
Carefully made, insuring long wear. The leaders in cor
rect styles. j i t '
The big store is glad to announce a complete stock of
Suits and Overcoats.
Our Boys' Department also features Hart Schaffner &
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The 7 Day Grocery
Carnival Goes OJN
And each day proves just as popular as the day preceding, with its price reductions
on just the needed every day things.
HAMS COFFEE SYRUP
MILK LARD SOAPS
TEA BROOMS GOLD DUST
On which we have placed prices that will allow substantial savings.
WHATIS NEW4N MILL.
FOR FALL 1921
Ihe styles in millinery for this season tend to favor the large picture hat, though by
no means are the small shapes discarded. In crowns alone, ideas are exceedingly var
ied; and in the majority of the shapes, the brims either roll gradually away from the
face, or are flat and straight. Conspicuous is the black dressy hat with its large shape
enhanced by its trimming of black or colored ostrich plumes. For coverings, satirv
are silk, hatters plush, duvetyn and plain velvets are used. In shades, they are as var
ied and smart as the styles themselves. They are here, and your early inspection of
them is invited.
THAT YOC MAT OT RE MISTAKEN IX YOCR SHOE SHOPPING We buy sIhics only (
fiwm tliox Immjnts Ilia iH niake-sxl our imiiaini! mui nmj n i uthk h iut uu, mini
..r ,..nr r.rtar. Wo ailjit- our pri-s to the quality of the shoos. AVe ilo not order any iisbs
,, for real lcaiher Uiat we may reduce miy iriee. We guarantee every lair of shoes sold
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PF.NM.ETWNS GREATEST DrpART.HI'VT STORE
t fJoPQoples Warehouse,
COMPLETE YOWl SHOPPING Y A VISIT TO THE HA HQ A IX HASKMENT. Yon will find
a B'ttt variety of Krai ItcrKains covering a wldf raitRe of moivlmmllse from (;arl)aj?e Cons to Uio
finest, most Ix-auliful I'arty Gowns , And every item is a real cash saving bargain, ... , . ,
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The coal that meets your requirements. See that you
5 get the genuine lor storage.
5 Cleanest, Hottest and Most Economical
1 B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It!
(East Oregonlan Special)
TX'HO. Sept. 22. A larce orowd at-
Ac Enlerlains You
Cafateria and Ca
baret. Catering; to
the must particular
Basement St George HottL
AT THIS SEASON
LOSS OF APPETITE
Is very common. In many pases it is
duo to impure blood, which cannot
pive the digestive organs the stimu
lus necessary for the proper per
formance of their functions.
Thousands lnow by esperience
that Hood's Sarsaparilla restores
appetite and would advise you to
give it a trial this season. It origin
ated in the successful prescription of
a famous physician. Get it today.
Take Hood's Pills if you happen
to need a laxative they don't grinn.
tended the Commercial Club meeting
In the city hull. Monday. After the
exchange of ideas and much discus
sion, a committee was appointed to
confer with the county court mem
bers Friday morninff. The members
of the committee are W. J. Waten
burger, T. M. Johnson, K. R. Lewis,
E. T. Juvenal and J. V. Hecse. This
committee is to try for road Improve
ment. ". T. George will meet with
the federated Clubs in I'endleton
II. It. Willis, with the Gcorpe and
Miller Co., received Ihe Fad news of
the death of his father In New York
A. K. Hard, who owns a house on
the hill Just cast of town, has Just
finished havinff a well drilled. At a
depth of 137 feet they have 50 feet
of water. They have had to haul wa
Mrs. W. IK. Williams and daughter,
Irene, spent Monday in Pendleton,
Mrs. M. Pedro was hero Tuesday
from her ranch on Uutter Creek.
When about ready to retire Run-
You Stand Man
If it is good Hamburger, good Conies, Wien
ers, Sausage etc., here is tho i)lace to get it. We
cut U. S. Inspected, the finest to be had.
The Table Supply will be a mecca for Fruits
and Vegetablesetc., during the week.
Get vour order in early. - - ' 1
THE TABLE SUPPLY
739 Main Street Pendleton
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
day evening, F. T. George was plcas
antly surprised by the arrival of
about twenty five friends who came
in response to an Invitation from
Mrs. George to celebrate his birth
Mr. and Mrs. If. McCormacfc were
Pendleton visitors Monday.
Mrs. U B. Wells was ill at her
Fred Iiausch was In town Monday
from his ranch near Butter Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Heistand Moore, of
Cutter Creek were here Monday.
Miss I'rances Spike is learning to
be a telephone operator In the local
MiSs Stella Carlson, of Butter Creek
left here Saturday for Corvallis,
where she will enter O. A. C, aa i
R. W. Allen was a Pendleton vis
N. A. lileakney was a Weston
Mountain visitor Sunday. Mr. Bleak
ney drives the west side school bus
A very enjoyablo party was given
Friday night at tho home of Chas.
Bartholomew, on Butter Creek, In
honor of the young people of that
neighborhood who are going away
to school this year.
C. E. Stone; a farmer near here,
spent the week-end In Athena.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Johnson were In
.Charles Bartholomew ond daughter
Miss Mary, were In I'endleton Mon
Charles Hoskins and his father,
Rev. J. T. Hoskins, of Pendloton,
were In Kcho Saturday.
4 Frank Vesch. of South Dakota was
in Kcho a few days. Ho finds many
friends and acquaintances on the
Mrs. Nellie Walker, of The Dalles
arrived Monday .and visited at the J.
L. Hofnagle home that evening.
M. B. Van Schwanick, one of the
managers of the Pendleton Sheep Co.
of Pendleton, came to Kcho from
Arlington Saturday, to rocelve several
bands of sheep which wore shipped
here from their summer range and
driven to Arlington for their winter
;. K. fiommers left here Inst week
for his old home In Texas, where he
expects to visit relatives for novoral
KImer Gramble of Butter Creek,
was tn town Tuesday.
Karl Wigleworth and little daugh
ter Kuclllc, were here Tuesday from
their home on Little Butter Creek.
Mrs. Cooper of Stanfleld, wu chop
m& 'mi advantage t
of the Standard
' combine to mate
oil of quality '
STANDARD OH COMPANY
ping in Kcho Tuesday.
Mrs. A. lorn was in town Tuesday
from her home on U' Mendowr.