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DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, PKMLKTON, ORX3GOK. THVHSDAY, J VN'UAKY 18, 1913.
eight PAGES. uy . I CI nua PAGE TVTO. Friday the n f L This has been one of the most important sales ever held in Pendleton, it has saved thousands of dollars for the shrewd buyers who have been wise enough to take advantage of the unequaled price reductions we are offering' -But, there must come an end. We have accomplished all and more than we started in to accom plish. THIS SALE ENDS FRIDA Y EVENING. But we are not going to make this announcement and ex pect enthusiastic buying without supplying the kind of values that WILL and MUST command your attention We have gone all through our stock and provided more and better bargains for this last days selling Our best advice is COME AT ONCE. Go-Carts For Babies The latest styles, new and catchy, nice anJ comfy for the little ones. We have arranged so as to let these go carts for part cash and part trading stamps, making them very cheap to you. Call and see them 2nd floor in premium department. MEX'S WINTER GLOVES. Wf have a very strong stock of warm gloves of all kinds, from the knitted yarn gloves to the big bear skin. In order to close these out now while our customers really need them, we will GIVE A DISCOUNT OF 25 IER CENT ON ALL KINDS OF LINED GLOVES. " RUBBERS MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND. CHILDREN'S. Every wanted kind and style. This sea son's new stock. No old time-worn goods in our house. Our prices are absolutely the lowest, qual . ity considered. Buy here and you buy right. Clearance Sale Blankets No trouble to show and its a chance to pick up a fine all wool Blanket at a very low price. They come in grey and white with pink and blue headings. Some plaids of pretty pink, blue and tan. . 24th Annual Clearance Sale. Men's Sweater Coats Reduced Almost everyone wears Sweater Coats now adays. They're warm, easy to work in, they don't bind you. This has been the greatest sweater year of all. v We must clear our entire stock out this is your chance. Buy now. ' $2.50 Sweater Coats, Clear, price $1.95 $3.50 Sweater Coats, Clear, price $2.64 $4.00 Sweater Coats, Clear, price $2.84 $3.50 Sweater Coats, Clear, price $3.59 $5.00 Sweater Coats, Clear, price $3.98 Men's Heavy Sox This is the time to buy warm sox, no use letting your feet freeze when you can buy good warm sox at the extremely low prices we are now offering. Men's all Lamb's Wool blue and white, red and white, tan and white and gray. Extra good wearers. Good high tops. Not too heavy. Regular 35 quality. Clearance price .1 24 Extra heavy red and black mottled, also blue and white mottled, the best heavy sox on the market. Regular 50 sellers. Clear ance price . 39 Regular 5 work sox, Clearanace price, , 6 pairs for 25 Regular 10 work sox, gray mixed. The est for service. Clearance price 4 pairs for 25 $3.75 $3.97 $4.19 $4.37 $5.97 $8.98 $5.00 Wool Blankets for $5.50 Wool Blankets for $6.00 Wool Blankets for $6.65 Wool Blankets for $8.50 "Wool Blankets for . $12.50 Wool Blankets for We are overstocked on this kind of mer chandise. We must have room, therefore we are offering in our 24th Annual Clearance Sale 75 Cotton Blankets for 49 $1.00 Cotton Blankets for 69- $1.25 Cotton Blankets for : 89 $1.50 Cotton Blankets for 98 $1.95 Cotton Blankets for $1.33 $2.25 Cotton Blankets for $1.63 $2.50 Cotton Blankets for $1.97 ,83.00 Cotton Blankets for $2.47 $4.00 Cotton Blankets for $2.98 Pendleton's Cleanest and Best Grocery in Our Model Sanitary Basement Phone Main 17. T. P. W. Special Syrup quarts 30 1-2 gal. 50 ; 1 gal. $1.00 Imported Frankfurters, cans .. 50 Vienna Style Sausage, jars 35 Extra Fancy Pineapple, large cans 25 Sweet Midget Pickles, pint 30 All Other Dep'ts. Main 22 Pure Chili Sauce, bottles : 40 Chili Powder, Wtles 35 Genuine Chili Con Carne, 3 cans 50d Amonia Borax Soap, special 4 bars 25 Use our Celebrated Ehmann Olive Oil Bottles 35, 60, $1.00 Men's Shirts Cut to the Quick Wc are not overstocked with shirts but wc have arranged to give extra special prices just the same. Every shirt in our stock, including our famous Manhattans is reduced. See Specials in Our Vestibule Show Casefor Our White Sale Peopl Where It Pays To Trade TT 7T 7" V es- vvarenouse Save Your Trading Stamps MEN'S WOOL SIIIUTS. Tan U. S. Army shirt, all-wool Oregon City flannel, military or regular collars, olive tan color, all sizes, very finely made, $2.50 quality, Clearance price $1.95 Men's licavy wool shirts, assorted colors, all sizes, extra good values, regular $2.00 and $2.50 sellers. Clearance price $1.59 Men's Pemberton flannel shirts, heavy weight, extra fine patterns, a most service able shirt, cotton and wool mixed, $1.50 grade, Clearance price $1.13 FRENCH FLANNEL SHIRTS. , These are the nicest shirts of all for the man who likes a light weight wool shirt. They laundry nicely, very fine assortment of col ors; $2.50 and $3.00 values, Clearance sale price $1.05 MEN'S COTTON SHIRTS. Our work shirts have no equal, they are double stitched and gnsseted, sleeves are faced, pearl buttons, extra quality materials, good full cut, an ideal shirt for the man who wants comfort and service. Regular 50 sellers, Clearance price 43 LIGHT WEIGHT SHIRTS. In Soisette, Sateen, Madras, etc., a very fine assortment of colors, well made. Regular $1.50 grade, Clearance price, $1.19 ALL MANHATTAN SHIRTS REDUCED These are the finest dress shirts on the market, extra full cut, colors guaranteed fast. $2.00 Quality, Clearance price $1.69 $3.00 Quality, Clearance price $2.16 $3.50 Quality, Clearance price $2.67 ABOUT STANFIELD FILKEK VEHICLES WHILE OWXEIIS ATTEND SHOW EairotM, C1uii( and Groceries In eluded In Loot of Unknown Culprit tin Iunniiir Keported to Have - Jit-come a IV-iuxllct In Iakota. (Special Correspondence.) Stanfield, Jan. 18. Monday even- Two Old Maids Anna What do you think Mr. Ek lund charged me for sewing on a pair o.' soles on my shoes? Clara Don't know and don't care Anna, he only charged me 65c and did fine work too yea, but I don't like him. Anna Well, well, you evld ntly do et you wouldn't care. Men's soles sewed on for 10c l' Full line of men'i fine shoe. ning some light fingered artist, or ar- artists, engaged here in appropriat ing articles while the owners were not looking. G. L. Dunning had an elegant fur lap robe taken from his buggy and O. M. Hoosier also lost a fine robe; Glen Richards lost several dollars worth of groceries and other articles, all these thefts being perpe trated while the owners were attend ing an entertainment. Another' par ty lost a pair of chaps, taken from his horse that was left standing on Main street, several blocks from where the other goods were taken. No trace of the culprit has been found, which Is fortunate for him. as the victims are not in this instance what might be termed good losers. Chaperoned by Miss Maude Smith, Tuesday evening John Beavert and Floyd Brumfleld gave a party in Web ster hall on Main street, their guests being the following members of their class in high school: ' Misses Anita Howard, Myrtle Anderson, Mary Con nelly, Helen Wheeler, Messrs. Ralph Hiatt. Clement Howard. Ed Fulford, Glen Wallace and Harold Wheeler. The evening was spent in a most en joyable manner with games, after which refreshments were served. The Hermlaton basketball team has made arrangements with the Stanfield team to play a game here tomorrow evening. News has Just been received here to the effect that Ivan W. Dunning, one of Stanfield's pioneer business men, he having been for some time of the hardware concern of Buchholb, Dunning Co., was on January 10, mar- rlnrt tn Miss Hlltni Matnon at Far HO. North Dakota, Rev. Ulrlck, pastlr of A. EKLUND Mala Street. the Swedish Lutheran church, per forming tho ceremony in the par sonage. Miss Matson was for two years a teacher in the public schools of Wheatland, North Dakota. The young couple are on their way here now to spend the winter in' Stanfield as guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Dun ning, parents of the bridegroom. J. P. Lowthlan arrived from Port land yesterday and will have charge of the plumbing and wiring In the Watts building. R. N. Stanfield, who was In Pen dleton on business Monday returned here Tuesday morning and went to Portland yesterday to look after a shipment of sheep. Claude Sloan of Echo, was a Stan field visitor Monday. Dr. Henry Waldo Coe went to Port land Tuesday morning where he will spend several days. Miss Edna Brumfleld, who has been for the past several weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. S. E. Brumfleld, re turned Tuesday to Grangeville. Idaho. E. P. Marshall, vice president of the Inland Irrigation company, with headquarters at Pendleton, was tran sacting business In Stanfield Tuesday. J. H. Bruce of Eschbach, Bruce Co., contractors who are construct ing the drainage system here, arrived yesterday and is looking after busi ness in connection with their con tract. G. L. Hurd, editor of the Stanfield Standard, is confined to his home with an attack of la grippe. J. J. Buchanan, who met with an accident recently, which laid him up for several days,' Is able to be out again. TO CURE A COLD IS ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa ture Is on each box. tie. Sam sometimes delivers mail, Mrs. James Wormser Is not the wife of Cecil O. Morris, both having married since that day six years ago when the present Mrs. Wormser wrote a letter from her home at Webster Springs and accepted the proposal of Morris, who resided at Rivesvllle. ,The letter was six years traveling 200 miles, and when it finally reached Morris It was too late. The letter was mailed in 1906. It reached Rlversvllle, Morris' former home, two days after it was mailed., as the postmark shows. Where tho yettef has been all these years cannot be ascertained. Supposing the failure of the wo man to answer was a rejection of his proposal, Morris married another. The woman, believing he had changed his mind after receiving her accept ance, also married another. ALL ST. IIKLEXA TO AMERICA. LETTER SIX YEARS LATE. Girl's Acceptance of Proposal Goes Astray and Each Weds Another. Morgantown, Va. Because of the snail-like manner in which Uncle Plan to Urine 3000 Residents of Na poleonic Isle to California. San Francisco When Napoleon surrendered to the British he asked permission to come to America. It was refused and he was taken a pris oner to the barren Island of St. Hel ens, 1200 miles west of the African coast If he were alive today he might have his wish to be brought to America granted. Alfred Mosely, the English philan thropist, was in consultation with Im migration officials about a plan to bring the 3000 poverty strickon resl- dents of the rocky Island to Califor nia. The British government with drew its military station several years ago, and since then the residents have had a desperate struggle for existence. BETTER TO HEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR OH, SM.TS.OR PILLS, AS IT SWEETENS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM MORE EFFICIENTLY AND IS FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE. 15 THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, AS IT GIVES SATISFACTION TO ALL, IS ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. In the Circle. oneverPacftae of tho Genuine. ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR. ALTHOUGH THEY COULD MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA. HONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE, BECAUSE IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE GOOD OF THEIR CUSTOMERS. WHEN IN NEED OP MEDICINES. SUCH DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH. AS YOUR LIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DEPEND UPON THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY WHEN BUYING NotetftoMNanK? of the Gompan rjll .lillllfl JUl'l.l .TJ.T IHllliliriL ll'Bl nil'lll'JBII J PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKACE.OF THE GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING ORUCCISTS. RECULAR PRICE (Oc PER BOTTLE.. pf 1 sjxijll !j I jcAUrORGSYRUPC? 4 MINIATURE PKT0R4 Most people get but a small portion of the things they desire; It Is good philosophy to take disappointment lightly. SYRUP OP PICS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE. BECAUSE IT IS THE ONE REMEDY WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL, STRENGTHENING WAY AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT AFTER-EFFECTS AND WITHOUT ' IRRITATING, DEBILITATING OR GRIPING, AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE, IT IS RECOMMENDED BY MILLIONS OP WILL.' REFORMED FAMILIES, WHO KNOW OF ITS VALUE FROM PERSONAL USE, TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE; MANUFACTURED IV m CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. J