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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, FnN'DLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1916.
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Our poultry for New Years is the same grade of corn fed and milk
fed Turkeys, Geese and Chickens that we had Christmas; the talk of
the town; fresh dressed today; no cold storage stock here.
If not Poultry, why not a nice
Roast of Pig Pork a iuicy Roast
of No. 1 Steer Beef?
SEE OUR WINDOW.
DOWN '
Phone 188
Notice After Jan. lt we will cloie at
evening.
6 o'clock, except Saturday
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THE DEAN TATOM CO. PHONE 688.
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GOLF WITH A TIX CAN.
UODGE CITY, Kan.. Dec. 27. An
"old itow" club Is being organised
here by young men of the city. It Is
not a liventjjck breeders proposition,
but a sportlnK club which will play
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Oregon Theatre
and be a rival of the golf
"old sow
club.
The equipment consists of a circle
of holes, with another hole in the
center of the circle, an old tin can
and a stick for each player. The
player who Is "It" tries to get the can
into the center hole despite the ef
forts of the other players to keep the
can outside the ring and at the same
time keep the can tender from
thrusting his stick Into the hole be
1 nging to the opposing player. No
caddies are required and expense is
otherwise cut down, because tin cans
are plentiful and the sticks need not
JT I be manufactured by Spalding or Mc-
! Gregor.
TIIK (illlNCi SKX'IXS
"Naughty
Rebecca
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I'ASSKS I'KKFKtT MEXTAI, TEST.
S " Willi lll!ili:i!ICK OTAKKr.l.l. mid EourUvn Other Euiiiiiakcrs.
S A l-'onv f'onifdy In Throe Acts WIUi
MISICSOM; DANCE
E Tmrs Aplenty liul lirnnght on by 1angliter, No Heartache
5 , All Side Artie.
jjj I'ocn it riiicEs si.oo, 7,v. ro. ail seats uesehveh.
E SEAT SAliE AT THE DKITA.
E THIS IS NOT A MOVINti MCTl'KK.
Harvard Student Got 100 Per Cent
I'nder Ijite Prof. M uensiiThorg.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Dec. 27
Sj Thomas J. Abernethy of Kennebunk,
j Me., after submitting himself with 275
jS i other Harvard undergraduates to
! tests evolved by the late Prof, Hugo
I Muensterberg, his record reached 100
E , Per cent.
E In making his tests, the professor
had his pupils pick five printed lines
YOI'VO MEN EVTEHTAIN UlKl.
HUEMI8 WITH rUAKT IX
I. O. I). E. HAM..
Coldest W'eatlM-r of Season Ik-ing Ex-xirh-ncrl
; Dan Hownian shli
Out Carload of Hogs: Christinas
Kail on Monday Nlg-ht In Much
Enjoyed.
(Enst Oregonlan Special.)
ECHO, Dec. 29. The young men s
Sunday school class gave an oyster
supper Wednesday night to a number
of their girl friends at the I. O. O.
P. hall. Plates were laid for thirty.
Meadamei Esselwtyn, Sterns and Cook
were the patronesses. A long tn be
remembered lime was had by all
present.
Echo has been experiencing some
of the coldest weather of the season
the rast week. On Thursday morn
ing there was a four inch fall of fresh
snow.
Pan Hownian shlnped out a car
load "t fpt hogs on Wednesday to Se
attle. The Christmas hall elven at th
city hall on Monday night bv the
Commercial club was well attended.
Eighty six numbers were sold. Music
was furnished by the Pendleton or
chest ra.
Miss Myrtle Branstettr who at
tends school at O. A. C. Is here
spending the vacation with her fath
er H. C. Branstetter.
Oaylord Madison left Sunday for
Spokane where he Is spending the
holidays with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Churchill of
Albany, Ore., are here visiting rela
tives. Earl Esselstyn who Is taking an
electrical course at O. A. C. Is spend
ing the holidays here with his par
ents.
The Misses Ina and Lillle Watten-
hurger are home for the holldavs.
The former is attending school at the
O. A. C. and the latter at Monmouth
Joe Monese and family and Will
Pedro and family have returned rom
Pendleton where they spent Christ,
mas with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vev.
Mrs. Alex Thompson and children
are here from Meacham spending the
Holidays with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gallowav of
Pasco. Wash., are here visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lathron of Sntlth
Dakota, who have been visiting the
Esselstynes the past three weeks left
Wednesday for Seattle. Wash. Thev
will go later to California. Mrs.
Lathrnp is a sister of Mrs. Wm. Es
selstyn.
Miss Ruth Coburn Is here from
Portland where she attended the bus
iness college, spending the holidays
with her mother.
Miss Zena Houser and Miss Bessie
Anderson arrived home Sunday morn
ing from Monmouth. Ore., where they
are attending school.
P. Wilcox who has been visiting his
daughter Mrs. T. M. Johnson of this
Place left Tuesday for Springfield,
Oregon.
Iuls Scholl. Jr., was a business
visitor to Pendleton on Wednesday.
M. E. Meyers returned last even
ing from a short business trip to Pen'
dleton.
Catarrh is an excessive secretion
accompanied with chronic Inflamma.
from the mucous membrane
Hon.
Hood's Sflrsarmrtlln onto 4v,a
"i omuen in a series or letters ; cons membrane through the blood
I Jumbled together. Another test was j reduces inflammation establishes
;that of selecting names of cities and 'healthy action, and radicals cures ail
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KNOWN FOR IT'S STRENGTH
THIRTY-FOUR YEARS OF
UNBROKEN SUCCESS.
THE GROWTH AND CON
TINUOUS SERVICE OF THIS
INSTITUTION ARE AT YOUR
COMMAND.
MAKE USE OF OUR FACI
LITIES AND THE EXPERI
ENCE OF OUR OFFICERS IN
YOUR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL AND SCRPLUS HALF A MILLION
PENDLETON
SECURITY
from which the name of some promi
nent American was to be taken. Five
minutes was allotted for each test.
cases of catarrh. Adv.
Anybody who is- in the mood to
roake thrni need not postpone hi'
good resolutions till Xew Year's.
GOOD SAMARITAN BUfS IN "COP'S" HORSE
POLICEMAN
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When Mounted Policeman John I,.
Wendell of the New York police forc'o
heard that the department was to
auction off "Loughlln, the horse
which had served aa his mount for n
good part of twenty-five years, he felt
as If he had lost hl lat friend But
now Wendell 1s happy and so Is
"Loughlln," for a good samarltan ap
peared, bought "Lodghlln" and gave
him to the policeman as a Christmas
present. "Loughlln" now will led
a life of ease to the end of h days.
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Every department in our store ha made liberal reduction on eaonable mer
chandise, this afford you an opportunity to ave money right in the heart of the tea
son on high grade merchandise. With the steady advance in price of all merchan
dise, you should readily take advantage of this great offer.
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Pre-Inventory Stock Reducing Sale of
Ladies Coats and Suits
Ladies' Coats A large assortment of
coats from children's size 4 to ladies'
size 44, while they last $3.98
We have in this lot all materials such
as mixtures, kersey, chinchilla and
broadcloth. Come early and get first
choice. No phone orders. None sent on
approval. Remember the price 3.98
Our entire stock of Ladies' Suits in all
the fashionable shades and styles and all
sizes; your choice ? 19.75
This lot includes broadcloths, .serges,"
wool velour in all this season's most de
sirable shades. Your choice.. ? 19.50
One extra special lot of Suits in black
and navy serges, sizes from 16 to 47;
while they last $9.95
WAISTS
In voiles, batiste and linen in white,
white and rose, white and green and
white and Copenhagen. Extra special
S1.00.
One lot of very fine waists and wash
satins Georgette and crepe de chine in
all colors such as Nile, maize, brown,
pink and white. Pre-Inventory Sale
Frice $3.98
DRESSES
All our serge dresses at this pre-inven-tory
sale ONE-HALF price. This in
cludes all colors, brown, green, navy and
black; sizes 16 to 44. One special lot of
dresses $4.98
These include taffets, serge and mes
saline in navy, black and tan. Special
reduction of 23 per cer.t on all our after
noon dresses.
From the Dry Goods Dep't
ORIENTAL NOVELTIES.
Oriental Novelties, Baskets, Trays,
Cretonne Boxes and Ivory and Jade
Goods slashed just ONE-HALF price,
thus giving the goods to you at 60 per
cent on the dollar of the original cost. In
this lot you will find fruit baskets, jar
dinieres, rose bowls, sewing baskets,
work boxes, service trays, waste baskets,
dresser sets, nut sets, smoking sets, col
lar boxes, in fact everything.
FANCY BATH MATS
in blue, pink, lavender and green, also
plain white. Regular $2.00 each. Special
Trice $1.49
ONE LOT KID GLOVES
One lot of Kid Gloves. Take them at
what they are. Your choice 75 the
pair. Assorted sizes.
ONE LOT FANCY SILKS
Very special, the yard 69
ONE LOT WASH SILKS
Very special at, the yard 9S?
Jlust take entire piece at this price.
LADIES' NECKWEAR
We want to clean up. Come and get
them. Any collar in the house at a 25
per cent discount.
FANCY SILK HOSIERY
These range in price from $1.00 to $2.00
the pair.
Reg. $1.00 ani $1.23; choice, pair Hot
Reg. $1.50 ani $2.00, choice pair $1.10
FANCY RIBBONS
Regular 25c the yard; special 18
Regular 35c the yard ; special 23
Regular 40c the yard; special 2S
Regular 50c, 60c and 75c yd. special 39
Regular $1.75 and $2.00; special $1.29
LACE CURTAINS
Remember, Spring house cleaning time
is most here. You'll want them soon if
not now. Get them now at 25 per cent
below regular price. We have them at
from $1.25 the pair to $9.00, in cream,
white and beige.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HAND
KERCHIEFS Consisting not only of handled mer
chandise but of our entire stock. H:id
kerchiefs ranging in price from 5c to $2
each. Your choice and as manv a you
wish at ONE-FOURTH OFF.
This is some bargain.
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