11 THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Pendleton's Greatest and Best Department Store announce that on FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26 they will open a GIGANTIC SALE of over $78,000 worth of Women's Highest Quality SWTS, COATS, DRESSES, SKIRTS and WAISTS taken from their upstairs Woman's Department and transferred to their POPULAR BARGAIN BASEMENT I'The Clean-up Shop is piven full sway as to rnce uuttinj? on wis r ine ear, so you may be sure of the Astonish ingly low prices that will prevail. : COATS WILL BE OFFERED Whose original selling price hovered around the $150 mark. Their final sale price will astonish you. SUITS WILL BE OFFERED Whose original selling price was count ed in three figures. Rack after rack is filled with these garments. DRESSES WILL BE OFFERED In such great numbers as to open the $.. oj,.o. bin 1 1 1 shopper's eyes. Their prices you would call Absolute Bargain Prices. SILK WAISTS And Other Garments will be offered in bewildering lots, and every garment will bear its Bargain Price. The big sale opens at 9 o'clock with an Extra Force of Salespeople to serve you. Everything Cash; no Exchanges or Refunds except where you send onsh and ask that we shop for you. Alterations absolutely at cost. REMEMBER THE PLACE THE BARGAIN BASEMENT rOFi -a the PEOPLES WAREHOUSE K- WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE a .IB Ell" EL WESTON LEADER CLARK WOOD, Publiihtr MRS. H. GOODWIM AuifUnt Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATE! The Year 2 00 Six Months 1 00 Three Month 0 50 IJUDAT. DEC 28. - - - m to start on long journey. Evci if your house and furniture are cov ered by insurance, it is extremcl; bad luck to have them burn on Fri day tho thirtenth." In these days of fuel shortage a man almost wishes he could, crawl Into a hole and stay there spring:. until Perhaps some' of our enterprising Entered it th pottoltlct l Wtiles. Ortgos local agriculturists will yet sit up j.i .ii.ii.. anil take notice that farmers in tv- ' " -- eraj ca8tern Washington counties aro basements didn't catch. Athena Gets a Wetting (Athena Press.) A chinovk wind, assisted by warm rain melted twelve inches of snow in short order early Saturday mom. ing and with frozen ground, a tor rent of water poured through the streets o Athena, filling cellars anil store basements. The whole of tho Kirk field water shed was relieved of its mantis of white in a few hours and Wild Horse creek carried off all that cellars and ADVERTISING RATES realizing a nice lot of "velvet' from Regular per inch per insertion 15c field peas " ummer fallow Wo Transient; per inch per insertion 20c informed that from 60 000 to 70 - Local.. pA. Portion I 000 Mrs. II. Warren of Pandleton was a guest of Miss Fay Warrsn Salur day. Deri Anderson Spent a eoupl of days this wek at the C. O. Henry horn. Lawrence Tharp cam up from Th Dalles to spend the holidays at hit horn here. Mr. O. C. Parton and children left Tuesdat for a risK with friends at The Dalles. Mrs. F. D. Watt was eve from Weston Saturday and attend! the Civic Club market day. Misses Gladys and Annabel Me Leod are horns from Washington University for tho holidays. Mra.CE. Fisk of Wtwton t (sited her sisters, Mrs. Carl McConnell and Mrs. C. U Mcradden, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. LeGrew and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Boyd spent Christmas with friends in Pendleton. Miss France Williams, wko is a student at Cheney Ksrmal schawl, is spending the holidsyt at horn with her parent. Mrs. Joseph Forest is critically ill at St. Mary's hospital. Walla Walla here sh recently underwent sr gical operation. Roily Ingrain and Ray Baker of the engineers' force on th highway construction, have gons to their home in Cove to spend th holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jame McLean of Washtucna, Wash., have been guest for soms tiro at th home of Mr. Mc Lean's mother, Mrs. Bell McLean of Hunt avenue. Mr. and Mr. Ceo. Cerking wer in Walla Walla Saturday visiting their daughter, Mrs. Chester Davis, who is in a hospital then recovering from a ess of poisoning. Cuy Matlock, movie magnate of Pendleton, and Wm. Conch wer among th sportsmen coming p from th county seat to attend the turkey shoot Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A If. Coppock are her from their horn near Colfax, Wssh. They cam down to attend th funeral of Mrs. Warren Ray mond, Mr. Coppock e sister, at Wal la Walla. Dirk Thompson is enjoying a vis it from his father, James Thompson of Weiser, Idaho. Mr. Thompson, who was vary ill last summer from the effects of the flu, has almost en tirely recovered his health. 0. B. Richards was called to Port land Monday by th critical illness of his brother, George Richards. Mr. Richards motored to Milton taking into Walla Walla, C..-.1...1 Tk.atM was afford. 4 good plctur Sunday evening al ter th reels of Elsie Ferguson In "Ths He" failed to arrlv. It M cured from Weston the plctur "Hid den rires," splendid pHur which had been produced at Memor ial hall Saturday night. Th SUn dard's patrons wr thus not dlsap pointed, and thanks ar Uu Dr. Watta of Weston for eourtesy ax. tended. Mr. and Mrs. I-ou llodgen and daughter F.thel and Miss Maud Hher man motrM to Walla Walla Satuf da and found th street of Milton almost impassabl on account of th nod of water turned loos b th chinook . On their return In th st oning renditions along th load had bsrem wore and In many flare murh troubls was eiperieneed in ne gotiatlaf them. Mr. ami Mr. Detbert Clor and little daughter arrived kiunday from their horn near Abingdon, Illinois, and ar traeat at Um w Taylor home. Wlill en rout her, new was received of the destruction by (Irs of their residence with all its content. Mr. and Mrs. Clor hav th sympathy of their many friend her. VESTuii CASH r.l'HET FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAD) FOR LIVESTOCK. HIDES. PELTS. Ac. HASS & SAUER For Pale On Oregon Special combined hsrvester, 50-foot cut, in good condition. E. L. Woods, Wes ton, Oregon. MWTS BOTTLES HIS UN00IN3 Jn rwluw Had ft Many It ftsm4 t M Sit4 U Hard wmtse. Vwm IeaslDroo. Ps Wblsky e whr IBd teory drop to drioi. ws tb awtto of Job pal ef this etty ft stat troopers swooped dwn ht cch and 4spotV4 htm of hi board. T trsopsrs wC loln rd prpf84. Tf fW "rvT" 'l?rrr te l Pshm's he. sad thee wer rffr of thsss. ws fni4 wtth botrt f UM wVeky. TM tv ptp M It wte. tb chimney It share, mors bonis rwpoead In P luM't bed. at ! thirty wr Im mrd In th rata barret, th bslf filled birrsl of i la th collst had Bt been neglected sod th ft14faV ld (1rt had aw toon fee tb V4 pendohRB to twtbf, for be wJ thr to. i . ... j m '. mil. . 1 '! SUMSS02CS i LUNCHES XCE CREAM CIGAnfl CANDIES Daker'i Goods Phone j'9ur dray orders, 93, or call at etorc. Davis & Ellis Freewater may be all right under ordinary conditions, but one really wouldn't care to swim in it. It has been officially determined that a doughnut possesses more cal orics of food value than a pretzel which is a heartening statement in view of the fact that the latter deli cacy will eoon be relegated to the un attainable luxuries of the past ties in 1920, and the season is ex pected to be the greatest in tho his tory of the seed pea Industry. Con tracts have been closed on a of five cents per pound. At tht Kirlr farm hrtiiM tha cpltnr U fiii,.J with wafer until it Imliblml th interurban over, many other cellars at Athena wner t00k '" lr,in- residences were inundated and crk's. ' Oscar Cutler, chief of the engl- vcKetables, pans and fruit floated Beers on the highway construction, about with his young brother, Print Cutler, The basement of the Athena De- a member of the fore under him, partinent Store was flooded and riv-, have gone to Salem, where they will A brilliant jewel in the nistern sky is the dazzling Sirius, by far the brightest star in the heavens becoming visible at this time of year in tho early evening. Next to the Pole Star, it is perhaps tho best known of any individual star; its beams sparkle like the most won- Eleanor Franklin Egan has an ar ticle in the Saturday Evening Post derfu, diamondj n(J ,t fa noyer monj dy water and debris, attractive than at this season of the year, on tne aosoiuieuy appalling conui tions in Armenia that everyone in this prosperous country should read, even at the risk of nightmare. Her truthful story of Armenian horrors . . . f. 1 . A- t U1 M visira Armenia w ra . brj h(. ,uminary that commands the truth should not alone serve to !,. tasis ulU lapped at the door sill of the! spend th holidays at their horn. cilv meat market. Water filled th Mrs. Seth Haworth was taken to Watt 4 Rogers basements up to the College plae aaniUrium last Friday south- i,l,low '" ""d further on down the for treatment, and encouraging r- 'UiocK to tne fctanuara incaire duiiu- porta of her condition hav been re- ingr all basementa had more or less ceived. Her little two-months-old water in them. , aun has also been receiving medical The flood current conflned itself to attention at th hospital. the north side of Main street and ... ... ., ,. - miss num wiara nouin, amer oi Mrs. Sam Hutt and Mrs, Lee John- - son of this city, was united in mar- vociferous murmuring V"" V " T u J the buildings on tho south side of ti: street escaped the usual both of mud I.oud and C!.:... ..., 'V J iuviii lire m, niu.nmir , , - , jrti. uiiu .v..v ..... !, ,t,. -1. pamoiiBg neuneeoay 01 mis weea, . ,l I- i,, . If which permits of these winter floods ;.: times as much light as our sun. It A , . . ... by Pastor B. B. Burton. , .rfU ,; ,.,,-. on Main street, and it is recalled " wcl1 worth enduring the chilliness ' t winter night to observe this " " " ... . j.. ... .. - south to Wild Horso creek, thereby mother on Christmas Eve, when sh loosen the purse strings of all those . turning the water before It reaches fell at her horn in Union county and who can be touched by humanity's wnen icftVes have disappeared and tfie streets, but nothing ha yet been broke her hip. Mrs. Hall left imme appeal, but should convince tb most therfl fa flo ign pf ,ife jn- deeMuMW done. . ' Ait' ." he'' '"1 "'' n'W trees, then the evergreens take pos- ' , ,,WM ". u"u'"" "- "v.-,. session of the landscape. Fir, pmc, Waterman watershed reached Athe- Mr. ,j Mrs. Aid McKay ar hemlock and spruce dominato waste na obut threo o slock in the after- comj from Alb(rU mtkt their nH i.,.fi th.m a ,,-. nxn. coming after the flood from . tnm. and its institutions. Deportation to tcr Kme fa whjch rcen8 dot east of town had practically subsid- cr nMtd M'f Md MfK Armenia w-ould for them be a fitting thc preiient8 , picture de. eL Th ! water cempletely surrounde,! iMr fcote, ,nUf. lighting alike the eyes of adult and . " . Mts in Albert. Their many Athe child. uitcnes put in a coup.e years ago M fricnda fe w them iook care or ine noou Dewer tnan nom jfjin. formerly. The Tum-a-lum Lumber John F. Herr, cashier of th new and cord wood and other Athena RtaU Bank, has taken th In th Circuit Court of th Stat of Oregon for Umatilla County. Elsie Ella Belsh. Plaintiff, vs. Gran will P. Bslshc, Defendant. To Granville P. Bslahe, defendant above named: In tHr Naks op nit- State or On tiAN, You are hereby required to ap pear and answer the complaint of th plaintiff filed against you in th sbov entitled suit within six weeks of th date of th first publication of this Summons, to-wit: on or before lb 6th day of February, m; and you will tak notice that if you fail to sppear ami answer said complaint or other wis plead thereto within said time, th plaintiff, for want thereof, will ap ply to the Court for th relief prayed fur in said complaint, to-wlt: for de ere of the Court dissolving th bonds of matrimony existing between plain tiff and defendant and for other equit able relief. This Summons is published pursuant to an order mad by Hon. !. W, I'hslps, Judge of th Sixth Judicial District, Stats of Oregon, on th 23d day of December, 1919. Th flrat pub lication of this Summons will be mad on Friday, th L'Ctth day of December, 1919, and th last publication on Fri day, the said 6th day of February, 11-0. Dated this th 23d day of December, 1919. Petemon, Bishop A Claim Attorneys for Plaintiff. Residence and P. O. address: Pendleton, Oregon. N otic as Final Acet In th County Court of th Stat of Oregon for Umatilla County. In th Matter of th EeUt of A. L. Wentworth, Dcad. Notice is hereby given to all per sona whom it may concern that Will M. rcteraon, administrator of th tat of A. L. Wentworth, dseeaaed, has filed his Anal account and report in th administration of th Mtabs; that th County Judge, by order mad and entered, has appointed Monday, th (th day of January, 1910, at th hour of ten o'clock a. m. as ths.tlm nd died th County Court Room of th County Court House at Pendleton aa ths plae when and where all ob jections and eiceptions to said final account and report will be heard and settlement thereof mad. Dated this th 6th day of Decem ber, 1919. WILL M. PETERSON Administrator of th Estate of A. L. Wentworth., Deceased. 1 11 1 " e Notice t Creditors 1 the County Court of th Htete f Oregon for t'matllla Cventy. In the Matter of th Estate of John J. Beeler, Deceased. Notice la hereby given to all per sons whom it may concern that Christina B. Beeler baa been appoint ed administratrix of th estate of John J. Beeler, deceased. All per sons having claims against th ewtate ar required to present them with proper vouchers to th said admin istratrix ai in taw one or rever- son, Bishop Clark, in th 6lth Crawford Building, Pendleton, Ore gon, attorneys for the administratrix, . within six months of th date of th first publication of this notice. Dated this th 28th day of Novem ber, 1919. CHRISTINA B. BEELER Administratrix. Peterson, Bishop A Clark, Attorneys for Administratrix. dissatisfied among us that we are rich indeed. It engenders an added contempt for the criminal malcon tents who would wreck this country punishment. Women of Chicago are undertak ing, a campaign to reduce the cost of living, and efforts are being made to TTillv crlnivtnrr w i f K htncrtit riwl Ki. i" ri.., w. ,iifflPit tn ,Ain , "Impany plant received its customary persuade housewives to be more eco- -.,. ., .. ... . ducking and cord wood and other nomical in their buying. In January Bvfrm. , w ' ol, loose material floated obout the yard. Vic Harris bungalow Just east of rained thn hPrri. lvlnr th,m 1u,nB w,c "rcgon-nanningion an "economy week" will be held when stores will exhibit clothes at reason- wjthery, and BOio pneen arm uulcukis win j.aiurv the less expensive but equally norr ishing cuts of meat . The following arc "a ftW rcmind ers" from the Oregon Fire Marshal's Bulletin: "A crack in your chimney is a sure sign that you arc going to move. If you dream of smoko, it is a sign you are asleep feathered licu-frutt producers in this and had better wake up. To see a locality. nian hanging paper over a flue hole . : f indicates an impending loss. It is The advent of the holiday season Wednesday. Tho hardsurfaced high way was damaged to some extent Singularly enough, the esteemed Evening Tribune's circulation ap pears to have affected thc esteemed East Oregottian's heart. mobile traffic to detour via Fulton Eggs aro dropping-but in thc and the Lee street bridge at Pcndle- smclling market, however, and not from the ton. division of the O.-W. R. & N. were eently arrived in Athena, will raid annuled on account of washouts bo- there. Their daughter, who is at- tween Athena and Pendleton and the tending school in Portland, will soon schedules were not resumed until be at home with them. Mrs. W. E. Dobson went down to Portland last Friday morning for at thc Havana crossing, forcing auto- two weeks' visit with relatives dur ing the Christmas holidays. Mr. Dobson has been in Portland for sev eral weeks, snd last reports were that he was ill at th home of Mrs. Dobsonrs mother in fit. Johns. Geitral hsutitt aid Real Estate t LIFE HEALTH FIRE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE t Do you want to Bell your property f ir it is saiaDie I CAN SELL IT Why Tom Up Your Overcoat AAViM! Cellar? Get an overcoat from us with the NEW 'CONOMY MUFFLER unique idea in tailoring that haa taken the country by atorm. WESTON BATHS, BARBER and TAILOR SHOP i - R. L. Reynaud Notice to Subscribers Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dudley will If thin nnfifp in niRrkwl it nicml. worse luck to look in a dark closet has given a great deal of animation fit's that your subscription expires ernvc tne nrst or January to o with a match than to see the new to our town. Everyone is in high Jan. 1, l'J20. We would most identified with the local J. C. Pen moon over your left shoulder. If spirits. Shops are thronged with gratefully appreciate your prompt n"v store, under the management of you can sec your shadow from an oil customers and tabic luxuries arc ea- renewal. " ; . . Wf. C Emnwl who succeeds Mr. Tay- lamp while filling gasoline stove it gerly sought. Even the housewives .Subscription rates by the year, tor- Mr. Dudley has been Jo Ui indicates crowd of people arc com- have been busy putting their dwcl- $2,00; eix months, $1.00; lhre company' store In Pendleton here ing to your house. If you smell gss lings in apple-pie order, and Christ- months, 60 cents. tof ore. Tbey wfll occupy the Coppock or gasoline and look for it with a mas bells and wreaths have appeared The Leader is invariably discon- bungalow on Adams streer vacated light, it foretells, that you are about at many window?. tinued at expiration. ly Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Taylor. i Dr. S. L KORD I: Veterimry Sageca i Hospital at corner of Main and Droad etrccts. 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