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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN; PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1918.
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'AN AMEXnKI) POXOl-OC.Y.
"Pralsp f1 from whom all
Prate Him all cr-aturva here
1'i-ais Him for War's victorious
T.ct M riAii of prSSe for Pertbe
Praise rjnd f,
' Tlisht ' "
For which our heroes d-.ired to
fiKht; '' -'
Praise Him for armies Mronj?
That overthrew autocracy..
Prafse Ond for setting .Xations
For promise of World Liberty!
Praise God our dear flag: is un
furled To right men's wrongs and feed
.from publishing- news because
it may offend friends orpeo
ple of business .or social pres
,tige. A newspaper is a public
iservant under obligations it
icannot lightly lay aside. Very
frequently a newspaper will
Ipublish news it would prefer
jnot to print. But it is in duty
bound to give the public the
facts. Men who are not thus
ready to serve the public with
faithfulness and integrity
jshould not be in the business.
(There is nothing more contemp
tible than a newspaper that
suffers from news cowardice.
Such a paper is not true to its
jmission and should not be tol-
I These remarks have applica
tion to no particular case or
controversy but are to make
clear a point that ' is often
'raised. The East Oregonian
may be far from perfect but
it does adhere consistently and
with impartiality to standards
lit knows to be right and just.
lit maintains its. self respect. It
! plays fair with the public and
!with individuals be they rich
inr tiaai Vi I rrVi t 1 , ' rI' Vi o f rn -
jtinuous and unquestioned su-
ipremacy of the East Oregonian
every blessing in its field proves that its course
bushels; ryej 5,12&,1J; bush
els. These stocks represent
the following percentage of the
corresponding stocks on No
vember 1, 1917: Corn, 272.7
per cent; oats, 108.9 per cent;
barley, 129.1 per cent; rye,
122 per cent.
The influenza is about play
ed out in Pendleton, the ban is
lifted, school work resumed
and business may be conduct
ed as in normal times. It is
time to be happy but careful.
Eastern Oregon farmers
and stockmen Who made money
during recent' years will now
seeik good towns in which to
haVe their homes and head-
Right -this way gen
tlemen is the' biggest and best
town of its sizte in the world.
It is not compulsory to shop
earlv but it is the way to do if
you want to get the best rapults
for the money and time ex
I 28 YEARS AGO j
Don't Cough Until Weak-
Elderly people and others who
uffer from stubborn or chronic coughs
t'wt wear down the strength, lower vitality
end disturb ileep, will find tn Fncy's Hettrj
aid Tar a most helpful and healing medicine.
The very first doses bring comfort
rnd case. as. in it you get the curative In
iuence of pine tar and other healing ingred
i?nts, together with the mollifying laxative
x cflect of honey,
Foley's Honey Tar
13 recommended also for bronchial
' end la grippe coughs, hoarseness, tickling
Chront, and ntufty. wheezy breathing. Tha
True mother knows- it scops croup and it ia
j'jst what children ouht to have for feverish
colds, cotjgh, "snuffles, " whooping cough' 1
end measles cough. It contains no opiutes.
'I wat troubled wth a coufiS. and tvtvulrf bn com"
Iletrly exhausted alter eacli u cf violrr.t couching,
bought a boitl of Foley's Honey und Tor ir d
I'cforc 1 had ukn itlhacoijgtiint! tipHhad etnircl
cccK'd. 1 wish ta say it cu' be beut." K.
Collius, liarwtjctt, N. J,
"My daughter had a bid case cf chronic coih. V'a
fi mlly fijve her Foley's Honey and Tar, ha
clfect was almost immcdiaic tor after a few duya
the trouble entirely d?- Optra red and hs jiui re
turned." Knutli Lee, 'jsatkaa Au,
FOR SALE PY
TALlLAN A CO.
1 FOLrra hm
has lost its . food buyinfr power and
the non-IiolKheviki Russians are in n
All the wholesale and rot.iil es- j
tabliahnients have been nationalized 1
Htid hv mitttnir Rnlnhnvik nnmiittees i
(From the Kast OreRonian, uecemuer in charRe of all residences. M. Zin- j
2, 1890.) . ivieff, the food administrator, has ef-
The I'matilla Indiana will hold a big fee ted a complete .secret services sys- j
dance Christmas to celebrate the holL tem nj food. The transport of food j
day. into Petroprad is under close supervi- I
Ju'ajre'VeV Teffnftrt for Baker City sihn; cutting off'the hwf source-avail-J
to hold the Baker county term otjable to non-Rolshevikl. "
court, i - I The friction between Zinovteff and
I Little Clifford Salisbury, who , re- jtne Moscow ,authorities continues, j
cited "Paul ;Hevere' Hlil' arui IJI- jzinovieff insisting that the northern;
linn Kpple. who recited "The Three jcommune 'should bo indejjendent. I
Lovers" wer the winners Saturday at j The Bolsheviki, are executing many
the declamatory contest. h Kach was iprisoners and are making no at- i
lresented with a handsome gold med- tempt to conceal that such action lias
al. Thtv receipts were $!. Out of. been forced upon them in order to.
this will be available for the school conserve food.
library. j The British narrator says the V.n-
License to wed was issued by the jshevik strength in Petrosrad, as well!
county clerk today to V. U. Taylor and jas In Moscow, has increased- since t
Miss Nellie Leeper. -. the attempts. on Lenine's life and the j
Elbert McMillan and Miss Annie ;advances in the Volga region, largely j
Fltzsinimons were married at Weston j because of many Russian Liberals;
I 'raise t?od f,
JI"re in this life, with hope of
" Prjii.se Him above, ye Heavenly
"-" - 1!05st? - - -
Praise Fa-her, Son , and Holy
- , Cbst:" , , AL N. li.
THE GRAIN SUPPLY
1 OMMERCIAL ' stocks of
wheat reported in a sat-
vey rnade, ,by the De-
i nnrfmpr.f rf A cri'iilfiira nei" 'nf
THE SANE MIDDLE GROUND iXovember 1. 1918. amounted
l m- pared with 195.997,839
Sunday by Justice Powers.
llurd Coltls People whose blood is
pure ore not nearly so likely to take
hard colds as are others. Hood's
Sarsaparilla. makes the blood pure:
and this great medicine recovers the
VFtem after a cold as no other medi
cine due Take Hood's.
An inspiring Musk-al S1nit
WbfJi the.brlHiant musical spectacle
e fio-nrPs refer to sfopki artuallv "1,y !S",dler .oirl" males lu lni"al
ng-ures rerer 10 stocK3 acruany b(m. before cal theater-goers at the
Oreeon theater Wednesday nleht. He-
elevators, warehouses, grain
mills and wholesale dealers
i ; '- '-3 itb Wlirkl IliUM UU1CI , . , L I . t-c- 1
, j t. j ji. '.im BLXiVcfV lur uliuuci i, iireac
are obsolete and unsafe. On the country, nor do they m-the-othrf-haiirt
the man - whox'ud.e stockn farms. The
wmri,4 rrt ..trt-tht nm. ..4.T.-i.stocks.jeported for November
i-aZrZ 17.'!, ' r,. , : irwere held by - 12,58 lirm
a i i j i v ill , uu J A A
poie lines of business and in
is the only possible course if we heir holdings being more than
are to have the- results the ,t.a"d, ,one'hf tlme3 the
country needs. The war has Bto heI.d- them a
Tiroven this The reconstrur- earller- the actual percentage
the fact. The country cannot' . Th.e commercial visible sup
afford to take up with thoselP'y flur"''aaP
who oppose everv form of gov- Chicago Board of Trade for the
-nnJrX Annt ar,A nearest date (November 2,
ownership anVmore han can it!"") show 122,604,000 bush-
908.000 a year ago, and the
'corresponding Bradstreet fig-
,THE DUTY OF A NEWS- ures for 1918 show 1c!1,d,ooo
' paper ;bushels for 1917. A very
!: . r ! great relative increase- in the
. . , .,
i r - 'i
"MY SOLDI Kit GIRL."'
believe that they must choose between i
the Bolshevik! and the extreme re-;
actionaries, as none of the faction'
leaders in the center show strength, i
Want Ad COST is
Less Than Vacant
You can rent your furnish
ed room to a lodger who is
"tfood pay," who will 'appre
ciate a good place to, live, und
who will STAY if tUo room
makes a good- home, f
The COST per ;day fC a
want ad is wrnaller than the
LOSS per day through hav
ing the room unrented. And
a few days of want ad COST
will prevent a great many
days of VACANT ROOM
Have you put in your winter's fuel?
To aivoid a repetition of last winter's coal
shortage, the consumer must put in the fuel now.
' ... "Ira-'
Let us quote you on
GoaO and Wood
B. L Burroughs
East Webb and College Streets.
We advertise and offer War Savings btawpa lr aale with every
BETTER AND .'1 2 I
I la aaaured by tha ua of aoma
of tbeaa beau'lf ul . flxturae of
aura. They give a hunt that
Illuminates tha room perfectly,
but that does ni tire or strain
the ayes. They a- aot expen
atve oon.iderlng tnatr extra ef
ficiency and ertra beauty. Why
oot at least see themt
J. L. VAUGHAN
afford to go to the extremes
advocated by the socialists.
HE first1 e?enltal to good commercial stocks of wheat on
joufrgalim ii that1 a pa-jNovember 1, this year, as corn-
id pernniblash-,. the ii)ev3, pared with the same date ot
fitit falrfleiis, lrflpiartiJ.Iast year is shown by these ng-
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
R nature of
ures, as well as Dy tne results
of the more extensive survey.
The commercial stocks of
other cereals reported for No
vember 1, 1918, according to
the Department statement,
were as follows: Corn, 17,123
734 bushels; oats,
ccroher 4th. the reason for the suc
cess 'of this popular musical play will
impress itself upon the auditor at
once."- There Is action both In music
and dialogue from the rise to fall ot
th( final curtain. Scenic -beauty and
gorgeous costumes delight the eye and
tuneful melodies are aboundant. It !
requires more than money or hard
work or experience to prepare such a
production as is to be seen In "My
Soldier Oirl." The excellent cast and
bewitching beauty chorus help to
make the performance complete while
the tuneful mUBlc is a tower of
strength, since it la of the sort that
makes the head nod and the fot tap.
There are four scenes in three acts,
opening on the, Roof Garden of the
Xew york theater, during the final
rehearsal of a bijr musical extrava
ganza. The second act takes place
at Colonel Stone's home near an Av
iation Fled. Miami. Fla.. while the
last act a tableaux showing a reso
lnte battlefield "Somewhere In
France" an impressive scene dis
cTins into the." : Oofldjp.se of JJberty,
an4 the S.lf!rmanCK 9kea '""with a
wonderfully clever Hag "effect of cos
tumes liberty1;. fetever. ?i - .
bushels; barley, 34,462,597
R. W. Stahl to M.
Lf.t 7 and E 1-2 Lot 8.
79,775.204 I na.
block 5 Athe-
OREGON THEATRE A
Wednesday Ni5$ht Dec.
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BRICHTCLANUVELY cj U UM L-3
emi I.EW Y03X CAST-BIG CliOSUS
A CUTTERIH5 Wmr COSTUniSCEKERY
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lEETHlS SHOY WHATEVER YOU DO.
PRICES ',Cc, S1.00 and $1.30 plus War Tax.
Seals Monday at Delta Conf.
R. J. Davis, administrator to O.
Clements, $4i00. S 1-2 X 1-2 NI3 l-
Xv 1-4 section 3, township 2 north,
J. F. Hesseltine to A. S. Black, 1.
fract tract near Milton.
Kd Noble to H. 8- Noble, $t. N 1-2
Lot 9 anr lots 10, 11, block 228. Res.
C. I. Cleveland to W. J. Furnish.
J350H. SW 1-4 NW 1-4 SF3 1-4 aection
3 and K 1-2 NW 1- NW 1-4, section
12, township 4 north, range 29.
flotlop Schwank' to Grace Stephens,
-SftO0. Tract In' NV 1-4 KB' 1-4 sec
tion 24. township.1 north. ntnKo 35,
W. T. Itigby to R t. Fletcher, $1.
Tjjts 4, 5. S. 9. 1H. 11. 13 In block 148
lies. Add. to Penditon. 1
M. S. Hchclkora to 1). W. Stahl, $10.
Ix,ts 4. 5, block 3, kirks addition.
DEAD HORSE FLESH
FOUND IN STREETS
FOOD OF RUSSIANS
. Roht. Burn, pSssSSS Robt. Burnt WW Robt. Burn.
BOUQUET INVINCIBLE ' I.ONt;Fr.I.!.OW "
ip The Bouquet U the 'jj The Invincible is the WMfflffi ' Tlu' -"t-.rill..v thzpe
newest. A tiightly . "be.t scilt'r" of the Wfiiffflfy '" ' at'c ' u!'
P5 shorter shape with who' Robert Burn. VK. tiyhtly
JSjW straighter lines. ''nC' Ijrjcr than the J-
. IPto He 13C ,T rapHi...oil.
2 for 25c- fgl ... .
il. A. 6unsx Branch
Business snd industrial expansion trpon which Amsrioa
wnr enters, brings a sharp, clear call to- the best that is in
lAnerican men mentally and physically.
In selling RoVert Burns Cigars in your territory,
we cooaend that you keep ever in mind that thia cigar, cf tina
. aroma, but made specially mild, is the beet type of cigar for
Hhe man who elms at efficiency.
Copy cf letter addressed to. -
M. A. Guns. Branch '
of General Cigar Co.,' Inc.
GENERAL CIQARC0.. IHC.
LONDON", Nov. 29. Dogs and men
are, battling in I'etmgrad tor the
flenh of horo -which drop dfad in
the utreetn, accord intf to a Jlrltish
j DUHinens man wno nun jum. arnveu in
linilon. He excaped from Ff trograd
early in Nfivern br.
The Jolh-v(Ki govcrnmenl, he
Haid, has announced nines the recap
ture of Kazan, Kimhirttk fltld Putnara
that they would have grain enough
to feed the oldlera, vailom and thflr
own partiKan throughout the winter.
They would not iMue food to any
other persons. Ai & result money,
Remember Little Bobbie, a small cigar but very-high in. quality 79
11? 13-9 (2for2&)Sr
Hasrje you tried one lately ?