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FAOE TWO
DAILY EAST OREOONIA1?, PENDLETON, OEEOON. SATUEDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1922.
TEN PAGES
For our Special After Supper Sale we will put on our lc Shoe Sale for 30 minutes. This is being done to give those of you vho can't get
here for the lc sales' we have been having the past 2 days. Now between 7:30 and 8 o'clock tonight you can buy any shoe on racks or in bins
on our balcony, first pair at the sale price, second pair sale price shoe for lc, and you have thousands of pairs to select from.
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MWllmi "" " F" " mm ' '" "" y -"WJW QJMII WHMIHmIIWH mMII. Ill
Misses School
Shoes
You mothers who insist on
buying good shoes, take no
tice here is a sturdy all 1
genuine first quality calf
leather school shoe, a $3.75
value, sizes 11V to 2 and
at only ....... T PAIR
KM
Childrens Fine Shoesi Boys Dress Shoes
,
jPIere is . a large lot of chi
ldren's black and brown kid
'shoes. None better made,
very good quality, kid up
pers and heavy scuffer soles'
ia $3.50 shoe anywhere. Buy
iit here now at PA
$1.89
I R
jFine calf skin shoes in
brown or black, round or
English toes. Best grade
heavy leather, sewed soles,
a bargain at $4.00. Sizes to
hize 5, sale price PA
I R
SHOE SALES MAY COME, SHOE
SALES MAY GO, BUT HERE IS ONE
YOU WILL REMEMBER FOREVER.
YOU CAN SAVE HALF AND MORE
HERE NOW.
IT'S A STORE-WIDE SHOE REVI
VAL, OF EVERY PAIR OF SHOES AT
PRICES THAT WILL MAKE YOUR
POCKET BOOK SHOUT WITH JOY.
Young Gents
Shoes
Sturdy, strong, long wear
ers are these shoes for the
little gent; sizes up to size
2; a great school shoe. You
are paying $3 for shoes that
aren't as good, why not buy
i here now at
T
PAIR
Dress Shoes
MEN
These shoes, Men, are as
good as your money ever
could buv and the comfort
and wear you'll get out of
a pair will make you a
steady shoe buver here. $10
and $12 tilt shoes, new lasts,
at
stt m m mm
PAIR
iUmm ItissslsttltosilB
OXFORDS
For you women who
insist on the finest
best. Black or brown,
best kid, and military
heels, all sizes, a $8.50
Oxford at
$3.68
THIS
Shoo of black gun metal is
for the woman who wants
a good strong, hard wearing
shoe. It's a $4.50 lace,
low heel shoe
only
at
$2.49
HERE
you are. Beautiful
Imported White Sat
in Pumps with plain
French heels; we
have- all sizes in this
$7.50 Pump. Get a
pair at
$2.98
Ctate
Ladies Pumps
Oxfords
It's hard to believe that you
can actually buy fine high
grade Pumps that you are
asked to pay $7, $8 and $9
for every day for the price
we are selling 'em for here.
Look
$1.49
PAIR
MISSES'
Patent one strap, also kid
pumps, have rubber heels
and good weight soles. A
new $3.75 Pump fro OCI
at- this sale P.OJy
FELT SLIPPERS
FOR THE CHILDREN
Made of heavy felt and with
padded mule skin soles, al
ways sell at $1.25, . now you I
can buy a pair at
iWittMiiiiitn'iiil
WW
Ladies Comfort
Shoes
You women who have so
much trouble with your feet
should buy these soft, flex
ible Juliet and lace comfort
shoes. A regular $2.50 and
$3.50 value. Think of it,
just -
PAIR
WOMEN'S
Tongueless tan Oxfords,
have welt soles and military
heels, a bargain at $10.00
and our sale M (ir
price $'tJD
c
MXLL.
'yyyw;gTTiTg'wwf.!ii.Wjj.i
PEM1IXT0NS GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
nePeoples Warehouse,
SlEESa WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE EMHISSSMM
FRED EARL
R. I). SAYRES
i
Ladies Dress
Shoes
Finest kid and calf dress
shoes, blacks, browns, grey,
and champaign; French
heels, turn soles; shoes you
ordinarily pay $8.50 to $10
for you can buy here now at
PAIR
iMil.lJWWSTOJW,AWJU'H
Hold Heat
THE CURLING IRON FOR BOBBED HAIR
' Saves Hair Dressers' bills. Two years of
Guaranteed Service for
tf.'i ..",
J. L. VAUGHAN
Electrical Supplies
LEAVES FOR IDAHO
Your Money Will
Work for You
(Rust OreRnnlan Special.) '
OHUiO.V. Sop!. 16. J. C. Kuhns,
forest supervisor from Pendleton, and
Walter nultnn, Kni.inp; man from Ma
ker. Ore., past throiiKh heru this week
on tin inspection trip through ihe forest.
U. S. BRAINS, CAPITAL,
NEEDED IN PHILIPPINES
Me. and Mrs. Herman noscnlmri?
and. little daughter rMihlrod of I'en-
illelon have returned to Itintthnin I
Sprinp v here they expect to remain I
for some time.
Mr. and Mr. liolf Thompson and
little son Kldon nnd Seth Hyatt wore
Pendleton visitors .Monday.
School opened at ili'nbon Monday
with a Rood iiitcndancc, and Miss
Klora Crushunk of IMkui, (nr., as j
teacher.
HOXOl.n.f, Sept. 111. A plea for
the continued investment of Ameri
can capital and brains in Philippine
industries, with the promise of com
plete protection for all such invest
ments, was voiced by Sergio 'Osnicnu,
speaker of the Philippine, house 01
representatives, upon the occasion cf
j his stop at Honolulu en route to Ma
j nila from Washington, where, tOKCth
er with Manuel (juezon, he placed i
I plea for immediate Philippine inde
pendenco before President Hardlnj,'.
and Eva M. Churchill, pastors. Phone
3B2-W. ltesicfcnce 4 IT Pine street.
si
RCHB S
'!-V-'-v.
Christinn Science
First Church of Christ, Scientists,
holds services at Mil. Main street
(first stairway north of the 'Inland
Umpire Hank.) Sunday services are
at 11 a. m. and s p. in. The subject
of the lesson-s.-rmoi for Sunday Sep
tember 17. is "Matter". Sunday school
begins at 11:4.-1 a. m.
A Wednesday evening meeting
which includes testimonials of healing
is held at x o'clock. The Jieudini:
room, which is maintained at the
same nxvjddrcss, is open daily from V.
a. m. to 0 p. m.. where the Hible and
authorized Christian Science litera-
line may lie read, liomnved or pur
chased.
ihe public is cordially invited to
11:30 P. m. Evening sermon 7:30 p.
m.
i attend the
i visit the i:
church serx-ka
adinir Uoom.
and to
Miss Itelva Williams left Tuesday!
evening for Meaohalll where she Willi
work as third trick operator. !
Mr. and
moved lo i
to
he
l.ostiue.
will be
I.iImtIv 11.11 Itank will
lieli yon vnw nl Ihmim-;
Ml itcMnMitfl liro at 4 Mr int
Inn reM, iititkiinilMl mmiiI.
iiimally, Mmire tMit fur ihi.
You raiinot cii4et to work for iotiiv.li' for.Acr our earninij
ia are numbered but the mop. y .-i mho w title you earn w ill
work for you f.ir.-xr. lok bow a 4 per rent sax men account,
with depo-us made rcciil.tt-lx . xvill .i.Muuiut up in .'. or til yx'.irs to
route.
IVMxit '. V. ats
W.-.-I.IV In
f t en t ;7
n no v.:; ..i
1 4 i t ''
.' I'l"" M
ll ml ; 7 3
Toll can't nfford to put it olf -start oiir .in omit txx.l.iv
til OU llee.t.
mi:miii-is
I'reshyterlan Cliun li
Corner College and Kast Alia Sis.,
Itcv. J. I.. Clark nastor
Mr, H. Kredricks have' '"',n :,lJ" . -V C
ibbon from Iiuncan. Mr. I i""k- ""l't. I'teachim,- at n o'clock.
Kredricks Is third trick operator here, ! " """" siioject. -uur r-ountry.'
taki.,K the place made vacant by Hoy ' ..V,'!s V ndeavor at f.Vu topic
i i. 'n. i-.M-iuni; sermon at
T .ta. Mbji.t, "The Test of Ileal
V..-ili n l
N. Co. ; """'.
Mrs. W. W WiMlnms and daughter
Kvalyn spent Saturday in lvmll. ten ! . , 1 ,rM n"''-"-n lmr. li
trading. I v"n,lay moriims at :":4.".. ihle
I school, lively cont.-st with adult de-
Mr. and Mrs. .1. r. Thompson lefi I'irimen; to the front. Iloom for
i today for Walla Walla x h. re I hey will , exeixoee. - step in anywhere." Mortl-
spend a few xlavs. line t i at u. "The Master'
) Howard Hiuiiiim who has been pa-' ilrcatrst Thoughts Kli m il Life."
i tiolman here at tin- Km Me Koad ! Kxinini; at fi ;til. xoiiim peoples
Swart who has moxed
Walbiwa county, where
Kvnt for Ihe t. W. li
1'iiNt MethiMlist I pisi-opal Cliiirch
Corner Kast Webb and Johnson
streets. J.din IT. Sccor. minister.
Sunday school id a. m. Morning
sermon 11 a. m.
Kveninu services Kpworth League
Tlie liaptist Churill
Corner Alta and Johnson streets.
Kveryone is thinking of the Uound
T'p these da's nnd so tlie pastor, F. H.
iruling, will speak Sunday ex'ening at
7 : :t 3 0 on "The Oreat Jtound-Cp,
Where Will It be Held? Who'll be
There? nnd What Will Make a Winner
or a Loser?" This is a timely message
and is fif interest to all. There will
be a special chorus, a. solo, and the
male quartet will sins' "The Pure Jte-
tite. ,t 11 o clock Sunday morn
ing the pastor will speak on "lle
inemherins Cod." Our Hible School.
P. M. IMley, Supt. is petting higher and
better all the time but there is still
room and a welcome for those who
do not attend elsewhere, liive tis a
trial. Sep- 17th "The Messcse of
Malachi," will he studied. Mai. 5:1-4:3.
"lleturn unio Me and I will return
unlo yon, saith the Lord of Hosts." Tt
Is time you were returning. The
CATARRH
Catarrh Is a Local disease (freatljr in
fluenced by Constitutional conditions
" .j in.nni icuiipin; con
sists of an Ointment which gives Quick
""- '"'i appncaiion, and the
., 4V , , L ""-. wiiivii uci
"""" " dioou on tne Mucous Pur
faeea and assists in lidding your System
of Catarrh.
Sold by drufruists for over 40 Tearsi
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
vounc people's meeting is at (1:30. We.
have our mid-week service Wednes
day nisht at N, subject; "Corinth
The Worldly Church."
CATARRH
of BLADDER
Guard Your HealU
He Sur 'lo t'.
Ttu: IUd"!rhyltl.- Kit fvl Han
PREVENTIVE
Affr4 Utmatt Prtit tt
Tut4c JJt ) fi
At! !..,,.. Sr-Y kT.i 4T
HILL
!! War
In
l
I S I 4 il.l
3i.: 4
:.n4 4:
t 4 7
IH i nin:. r station
'3 i day for M .s. oi
M( cnler the I'nix.
Ti I c. w. i., wis
II OA in
I I I'l l! l, HI sl ltM: MTIM
The Inland Empire Bank
rx-iMlMon frx-trnn
a;
ti
3 1
lair...
can,
n.
si rue
this suuimt-r. left lo
i. Idaho, where he will
rsitv,
p.itri'lm.in from Pnn-
airived here s.md.iv anil will
a f . w w.tks hire domit run
ion work.
me line. Special s. rmon at 7.:
"The liasis of Alii"! icanism"- a
tili.uon Pay ' mes-ane.
Voa will .uijoy I'll iv serxtiH".
are mxit.'d io xxxnte. W. A. t
man, minister.
'. on
'oa-
Itirffixrd Price tins hrn workirc
for the for.st strxice here this sv.i
nii r. pcnt s unlay with his father S.
Pne.' r. .ir . sion.
M. h'. Mat..tt f H.rniiston was a
x n. r ,.n the rn.r last xtv.vk.
-Min. Mae Wills wis . Pendieton
-'t.ir T o 0.1.x!. : at a
- on.. r.-ierson wa- in Pcndictn m-n:
iix ir.i.Iuit.
wvmrinnirx v " xxruncw.ir
u.l ..iuUiaiS Pen J! two.
Vaareue
and Matlock
tliurxh of ilie
Corner West Com
st re. ts.
S -nd ix school M o'clock, rreaoh
inn trrikv al 11 ..Yl.x k. The s;1h.
i." t fxr the mi"nin(r s rniet is 'atri al
M. n of the Ibble " Kxcninir s.-rxi, o
at a. i o l.s-k. ':b-.-. t. "lnviiie i ids-
"r:ix, r m.i'tinir W,-In. s.t.ix-
A Select Non-Sectarian Hoarding
School
Foxn between 6 and TO years
Social Advantages, Hoinelik Atmos
x) phere
Sn-vll Classes and Men Teachers
letailed I'. S. Army Officer
Hns Sopt. 18 19i'3
POKTI.ANK. (HtKtJOV
CHICHESTER S PILLS
i lit- i i iin itr au
'ins in hr an bs:4 re:
SOLD BY DP.LGG1SIS liIKWHU;
i ' w rv
I
COA
' LADIES
When lrreeular or uppresej use
: TYtumph 1'ills. Safe and d-petjdab!
' m all proper x-ases. Not sold at Prug
Stores. Dxi not eTpx'rir.ient wvrti
others: saxe disappointment. Writ
vfinrie at v, o'ebt k. A'l are W. I- for "Reher and particulars, it's tri
In come tx these prrxices Ciniip an. I Ai4.lr. v.n..n,l vrAa....i Tn..... .
bear the o'.d time religion. lUro'.J L. MUwauke. Wis. f
Those Cool, Snappy Evenings Now Call for a
Fire. Order Your Coal Today.
"Castle Gate"
Coal
The Best by Test Try a Ton.
"PREMIER" ROCK SPRINGS COAL
The Cleanest Burning Coal in the World.
DRY SLAB, FIR, TINE AND OAK WOOD.
B. L. Burroughs, Inc.

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