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EIGHT PAGES PAGE THREH DAILY EAST OTIEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OKEGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -28, ISIS. iMminHiiiiniiimnmHiiiiiiiHimMimmiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiMiifii SHOP EARLY 7 -TrB B7M4?rr siiofeakly m Buy a Xmas present each time you're down town. ' f vnuV dnn n town, si W8 NOTES OF PENDLETON Hi IHXil .IoIiim .lunlor Kul C'i-omm." tin (bo OroKin rcKlon, according U K. lied C'roHH hua loeatedCarl Hue, fiithi; n.i vv, UriH'ii, coiiiily nohool super- F. Averlll, who returned yenturduy .of I'Tlvuto I'eter Hup, who wan killed iiueiulent, received yHterdny from from a trip of liiKpeetlon to that diH- In autlnn In France. Curl Hue l 11 v- I MIhh ('luru.l'. BUme, teacher at dlH-trlct. He reports cold weather und Intf In Enterprise, Oregon, at present, I ti'let No. 113, a money order for 14-00 'saya that there -wan four Inches of. but hla son ave the ernerKency ad-I raying fur membership of 'the school ;now In Spokane, Washington, dress as lrendleton, his former home, Itl the Junior lied Cross. ho that the news of the soldier's death i r ... i. , - ( urn CoilKlc, was sent by the War Department to Vk-of Carton Allowed. A collision between .a new Htude- this city. Through the efforts of the Orders aKulnxt the use of carton In j baker and a new Mulck In reported to Home Kervlce the parent wan .notified putting up and hundllnir of butter ihave occurred this niornliix tn the at KntcrprUe of hla son's deth.; nave boon declared off. according to highway cut the uthor side of River- I ' i ' side. No particulars of the accident Trapper Hnvo 11a. I . could he learned, though it is said the j Trappers o the outhcrY) dahu dis-. dnunaifs'wMl amount to about 30u - trlct are suffering from Spanish lnflu ettch. v . j enza,. says L J. Uolditian, of the V. & .. . - , Uiolical survey wjio returned from Home Ncrvlc-H Locales t'ntlicr. word from the state food adminis trator. The use of such cartons was t- have been under the --bail- unrtt May 1, 19111. .. , . .--.. ! I '. Awrlll ItcttiriiH. - j All trappers are doing itood work' rrr -r-rr- The Home Service section 101101101101101101101101101101- i7 of the Ivo Nelson lU'lurns, r mmm j Va.ve Nelson, who has been looking after hln Interests on hi ranch near Brady, Montana, returned to I'rndle ton yesterday. He reporta a ver huc ccHttful year. did; you Get Your Share of the Turkey? PURE PORK SAUSAGES- r when made rifiht, in vt:ry different from ordinary snu nan:. Our contairiN only pure pork, t HeuMoiud riyht. in made by -TRY THIS- own iitvn and in c:ean, POUND. 40- tC-iDiirl'- r Kl: '.'(W tt l jii:.t i i i l. Si it is d. QUART. ;15c Pendleton Cash Market, Inc,: ' 8! V, Vitl KT ST . , , rin; S HI. (!riu:i' i .rhuiiKO C.iiiu t-Cus Itotli In pnrtnK ills) I?trt .lciaicl if h. ! fJnrt Jcrurd arrived yeHterday from! Hlnsthnm. Montana, to Mrend Hevera) ' cclf with hiH iiar?htM, Mr. and Mr.-'2 C. S. Jirard. He has been farming a lartfe tract of land 11 miles from HinKhajn and reports that the farm-j ers of that section are planning for! the lurKent acreage In hlwtory for the year 19 19. -101 IQT TOT TOI TOT TOT TOT TOT TOT LOT Mis W'fOkH ItffluuH. Helen. Weeks, who has been cmployrd an clerk , in tlit office of W. V. CrsO-r, I'mutiUa county forest pi-rior, reltfHed h'r position estir ilty t;lUHP of ill htalth. Hhe intend" tt lrve soon for her noun In i f-fir d' M hj. I.tii- mav .osFthlt return to J'endf'tun when her henhh inipl'ovf.' 1;!-k. Wi-rtw h-id iiiKt r(-!w' frnl from Jaundice; when js'.rickwu by t-punish in-ftuerua. ,U J iol.mnn , X the V. S,: Iliotot ; I'al . .--'orvv, en, his return t I'end'o-! (.tin yeH'-r-iiay frm KMilhern Idaho on !s a, i Iru of tiffin al ItoKine.sK jxist escaped be'njs- held :if a W(lne:m at a coroner:- ZZ Iiiq'icst, Mr. fJulilnta'i Wis aboard ' trniii K,,!t'K fmm 'ale'. Idaho, to IS I'c. wiic'i tle engine at ruck an ; 22 .MiitMr...l-i'c (Hid m'-d (ii; (f thi? oc- ; S ri:pant, becldcs inmliis seveial cth- ',. , ., , is r W T IftV j "', a,'v,nl V hn "rbr piaco Jljji Hnmnu mtinkliid and a return to tho Y Silt &)WmW more democratic era tltruout lite $' 'VvVa vvorld is the marking of an important ffjt j (Viniiicinornle tliiji important event ' i 1 with a "I'cucc Offer! lis" to ,nur w.iu f j uith u fine diamond rint;. Sa;l'its and so1ilit- Here. zz A cr-'wd t'i 2! j--a'.!or and four sol- , j iU'Vs bound ffr l.a ;rnde :uul Va!- ; !" -i Wh1: t rv n:l ThanksKiv'n, ave"r ' !h,- O. W, ll. 4k X. fctHtbin a --truly ; 1 f litMt'y m.t' trati"e last ni'ht hcti S ' No. l arrived- The pai'ortf. from Kp- j ' j 'ittl'i na-'y ard. aid that half the mer j S j Mrttonvd ttu re r(-ccicd furloUKliK lusti i wck and the other half f r ThimJ,.- ;S hinf: wcpK. The men In kiiakt rAi ; ! I i w Ih o!iiT were not o lutky. tit I ! th : pprofts--htn.tr de;i:ob'liat'ou "hai j S ii the Ics-tnlns of the number of Il-fCfit Vrk. j John Haiicy, A. H. Xiufry; and Ceorse Mf't;l:fr, prr-perly owners on (larfi"ld j itrc;.'t, uliere the Warren Construction s Co. lias Jutt completed a pavm con- j tract, appeared before the city conn- cii last ntKht to pmTcpr natnt the j accepting of the work. They lyvre us- Mired by the roum 1 the ntai-tf-r wuw j S Uettifr looked into and that the work j s , would not 1h accepted until it wan S 'cMnpletr-d in a nianner to be accept- !;t ide. The principal objection is to i S j curbing ihrouah there Is some of ' ZZ the paxin which they d, not apiroe S of. 1 The spirit of k'K'K is runnin apaco with the advice of the Hnrcau to wive freely and kc-p huMiiess oiu as n.Hua I. We have the iurKetd Htock of dia mr)iid In IktHteru Oregon? I'll I lia nt ypnt klitiK lianiond, .v-'i lo l2on.tH Koyal M. Suwtcllc ' . Jeweler " :, , - t.v'y Xcotls ItcpMiring. I S i At the meeting of tho city counei' is: la.st evening f 'ouiu-ilman Fcdsoni of , s the levy committee brought up the j EE 'matter of mainjr s-onie improvements 2 ! and repairs in the levy near the S ltouiul-1'p grounds, fcome work w ill SZ be messary there or there is danger 1 of hh:h water doing conpiderab? j damage to the prounds and other pro perty in that part of the city. It may ; be necessary to build a winjr dam to I turn ihe river. j lYur lUMtk.s iNd'uhir. I The end of tlie war has catised no 1 3 Mackintf In the detnnud for war hooks. l; according to Miss Sabra Nason. of the eouhty library, and for this reason the! 5 library is procuring still more war j :bftot." Herause Civil War veterans 3 ask for literature dealing with that I period. Miss Nason is of the opinion jthal soldiers who return to the I nileo 'states will want books on the present war. Other new books being added to the library are books for children. The library so f;ir has not had one tenth oi ,the books It needs for the juveuik readers, Miss Nason says. 21 More Shopping Dm 1 Christmas These will slip by before you know it, so begin Now. Shop at this Great Xmas Store where selec tions arc made easy by largest variety of stocks, hi ghest standard quality at a bo at the price you want to pay. ' -; . ; ; '. .' : ' An Unusual ouse tvent Such a collection of blouses, at the prices we are making on them, is so unusual that women need only to see them to decide on buying enough for all sea son's requirement. chosen for every blouse of this are hand embroidered collection. Models , . $3.93 , KIMON A FLANNELS Keep warm around the house with a kimona or house dress made from this excellent cloth. Offered in good looking patterns and colorings. The yard, 45c and 50c. t Men and Young Men, have you seen our J llll f ! f sMm $22.59 Overcoats! IT? i V H 'I'. mrm. The Overcoats are all wool fabrics, come in a wide range of shades and patterns; some raglan should ers, others regular built - in shoulders, plain backs, while some are double breasted with half belt effect; every one is this season's style and a great big value at only 22.50 FANCY PLAID AND STRIPED SILKS Are here for your choosing, rich in color combi nations, beautiful finish and excellent wearing qual ity. You would be pleased with a dress of these silks. The yard $1-79 to 2.50 CREPE DE CHINE . Of finest quality, well made, and strictly for hard wear. In all shades for street and evening wear, waists and dresses. Make these up to your own lik ing. The yard 1-59 and $2.00 PLAID WOOLENS Be sure to have a skirt from our plaid woolens. Showing the 'latest color combinations, also suitable for dresses. The yard . . i ... 50c to $3.50 BLACK SATINS Essentially smart for street and afternoon wear. Have at least one black satin dress in your ward robe. This season some of the very smartest street and afternoon garments are made of black satin. Ve are showing a very excellent line of these satins. Priced the yard $1.23 to $1.50 FILET TRIMMED BLOUSES g: These of Genrerette Crene and of French' -Voile, ' FRENCH VOILE BLOUSES ('trimmed with heavy laces, beautiful hand embroid- Hand embroidered sml lace trimmed; imapine ! ery and exquisite drawn .yrork... $9.93 g what women will say when they find them priced ' . ; 2 . at 2.93 f BEAUTIFUL BEADED BLOUSES g 1 of Georgette, trimmed with recti laces, heavily g GEORGETTE CREPE BLOUSES beaded and band embroidery ' .-. ; ; . .-. r ..-.. . $13.95 g , An exquisite quality of Georgette Crepe was Pretty Bloase cf Voiis S1.93. . g Alexanders Second Floor i- I g XT' : m Honest Values in Used Cars We figure that every man who buys a used car from us is a prospect for the future sale of a new car. Therefore, we are particularly care ful to see that he gets good, honest value in the used car he buys, otherwise we would lose a friend. Therefore in buying a used car from us you can feel perfectly safe in getting your money's worth. It is not alone right, but it is good business for. us to see that you are satis fied. ' This week we are offering two Ford Touring Cars; 1 Apperson suitable for a truck; 1 Chevro let Touring Car; 1 high class Jordan Sport Ma rine 95 per cent new; and several other light and heavy cars. Your Liberty Bond accepted as face value on used cars. Used Car Department of the ' Cor. Cottonwood & Water Sts. Phone 530 Children AimwooIkI" ltimka. "We think you must huve reaO limiks when you were a little girl, be cmist von eml um Mich tfiiml unew." Vff.-r tif si iiuroi'iat inn snt to Miss Margaret Klcharlsun. until a n days u.Mi librarian jit the county Relief from Eczema S3 Don't worry about eczema or other sif skin trouble You can have a clear, -r- healthy skin by using; a little semo, Ej obtained at any drug -store for 35c, or extra large bottle at $1.00. -. E Zcmo generally remove pimples, black- heads, blotches, eczema, ard ringworm f3 i and makes the skin clear and healthy. Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic H liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains S3 nothing. It Is easily applied and costs a pi mere trifle for each application. It is 3 always dependable. , S ! Tho E. W. Rose Co.. Cfercland. O. itiiiifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifffiiiaiiif itiiiiitiiii'tiziffiiiiiiiittiiifiiiiif iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii""i"iiii"'i"i"I"l,,liaI iiiliJiiMn"JiiiiiniiiiiiiiiT !!'i:nj'. fmm the pupils nf a I'lMutilla the Stat iluard. hei an organization oonty school lattht ly J.liss Itinnh ineetir.ir last niKht. The tymiany has. liedwell of this city. The let t it which , n.en enlisted ami expects to hae swndtt thanks tup the books is signed the lnioiintJin -r men for tho com- liiihen. Kmma and Amiel l.echner. Pauline Nark. l.ni-a and i:.nmett Uynch. Alvin Oavls aiult tiancis Ht-l-Utwjj. . patiy t: a few tf.ii' Mr, liohiison My 1,eno Ilo-pital. Mrs. J. V. Itojtinson. who has been ai -t. Virnt's hospital in I'ort land f ollinvttisc jiti npernHon on tier exes. N rirowinur better daily and may he able in leave the hospital tomorrow or Saturday. t ar Turned ()er to layoiinit Sheriff T lur 1km turned over the e:u found a few da s nun helonsjins tt W. I., i-la.M-i.uib uf Walla W'aUa. Thu . -i r ti!i 11 frtml Air. - i cenib Iuit two months atio and piel.etl up a it w days a;io by offirera here. li-eiwater ;tiat-l Oruatiiimr. I're( -w aler emntv RtKird, Com pany l which will liectnie Company K f ):Iirw Was iiaetl. Mr?. August Xoreen has received word tbt her nephew. lieutenant llatl Kster wns i;assed during fiehiins In I'ranre. The seriousness nf the lieu- ! t'-nnt's in.lur'es are n-t known. He w s in the ihit k nf some of the hardest f ii-ht in, ha inn- iet n at the frtnt s'nee May. HHICHESTER S PILLS r- T!1E IHAiiONI BRANIL Ji. n I.adler A.k yaxr Drcs)t r A l" Sllrlel 1(1111," I'lll.U H.J ;,.)d r,;i,AJ 1 h pt'SUIoll .t . L-v tvl iih H;:e Ktt.Ho.vx 1 M" Pr.-ieh is u l)IAIOr IIHWlk I'll. I m t .'. yri k noways test, sfet At w-;k -';-.! M)0 BY IWltHiSIS tVcn WZ? i:HiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiHii!iiiii!iiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,i BACK in RUNNING I AGAIN and MORE RELIABLE THAN EVER luranthip officer. rovinir very hjter- t stui: He t.as heen r;i:lt'tl upon io , do about e er't hinc t h;it con Id be . I n'.i'in ioiied. but the nie-t interesting . he ss w hen 1 was asked to put in a h.!f !m f coiil " lfe added "The coal is In." .Further explanation' iirmH'pv.nv. m&2 Messenger Service VZ FVfliik ommIiihh1 Pie-. " street received word ih's moi nine of 1 2 the ileal h of his son -in -law Frank liontlnmii in I'orthind from conipli- 1 cations followinar influenra. Mr. !onl- : man is the son of Charles C.ooinian 1 r: of this place. He was married about tZ a month to Mis liessie Carrison of this pla Portland 25 CENTS iflA ; Jo :'rv a t to .i i.s i essie i a rrison H lace, leavinn hnmediatep.' for hi lo enter the fruson - ' v chtol for tratuti:: for the I ' i;nn itwuim iN-Thm-nvn-pcuHD -size the TT70S-6, GcgrtomicdU. coffee you BACKED BYA- G U APANTC! THAT-nSANS -SOnETMlM'J 11 y t'AI.IJ l.T-r AND VP technic schiHd -mnn iHiMiif"t'ttttMMt;tMlttpt)tJ'"IMl,JttlltMtTtth,'