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DAILY EAST 0RE00N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, AMUL 15, 1020
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IN DESPERATION, MAN
KILLS TO SAVE LOVE:
Eat or Sleep
Vinol, our Cod Liver and Iron
Tonic, rave him appetite and
tel .'ike different man.
i 1 I
R:iston, La. "I am a working ma
and cot all run down so ! could not ea
sleep or work. Vino) was recommend
for fay condition. It built me up so ea
well, sleep well, can work all day lor
and not ieel tired. In fact, I feel lik
a different man since I took it." -John
"Men fret and worn-." That's wh
they overwork, get nervous, all ru
down, have no appetite, and can "hardl
drag around." Vino! creates a heart
appetite, induces sound sleep, invigoi
ate the nerves, creates strength an
quiets the nerves.
It is the beef and cod liver peptone
contained in Vinol aided by iron am
glycerophosphates which makes it sue!
a famous blood maker, nerve buildei
and strength creator. uaMMam '
Koeppen's Drug Store and Drug.
Uric Acid Treatment
75c Bottle (32 doBice) FfUSLB
Juat becauae you start the day wor
ried .vnti tired, with aching head, burn
ing ana bearing down pains In the
.back tern oat before the day begins
do not think you have to stay in that
Be strong and well. Get rid of the
pain, stiff joints, sore muscles, rheu
matic suffering, aching back or kid
ney trouble ranged by A eld.
Get more sleep. If your rest ft bro
ken half a doxen times a night, you
will appreciate the comfort and
strength this treatment gives.
HbeuaaatUm. k!4ev nnrf hlndder trou
ble, and all other ailments due to ex
cessive acid, ncp matter how chronic or
stubborn, yield to The Williams Treat
ment. Rend this notice and 10 cents to pay
part cost of postage, packing, etc.. to
The Dr. D. A. Williams Co.. S 1250. P O.
lldg East HamptdVi, Conn. You will
receive a 7 Sc. bottle (32 doses) free, by
parcel post. Xo further obligation on
your part. Only one free bottle to any
family or address.
IF BACK HURTS USE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
Eat less meat if Kidneys
like lead or Bladder
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowel, get and clog
ged and need a flushing occasional!
el hp. we have barkache and dull mis
ery In the kidney region, severe head
UU he, rheumatic twinge, torpid
liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and
all aorta of Madder disorders.
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment
you feel an ache or pain in the kidne
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Halts from any good drug store here.
1ak a tablespoonful In a glass of wat
er before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous saltn is made from the acid of
vrjipea and lemon Juice, cornlnned with
lithia. and is harmless to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to nor
mal activity. It also neutralizes the
. Mh in the urine o it no longer irri
tates, thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is harmless; Inexpensive:
L w delightful effervescent llthia
water drink which everybody should
lake now and then to keep their kid
mvm clean, thus avoiding serious com
plications. A well-known lo al druggist says lie
selU lots of Jad Halts to folks who be
lt in overcoming kidney trouble
while it is only trouble.
Defies Age by Using
Cream for Complexion
Tfcla fsjlly --.irl Telia Iiniuui.i. to
Take .4oooe' Money A aleaa This
I'HigMftii rM VantahlMfE ressa
MMtemty IImwi a lieelaed lojprovr-
b-auty almost like
magic. The most
I Monderful thing
I about it is the fact
IthHt whilst ft
turns the dullest.
out ltfelesit rm-
I nlexUin t" radiant
St r M2 r li'-auty ana makes
tf MiWfi I hands ..r arm
J ,v-Vslv J fl snowy white. -l
use after appioa-
nihes from sigh t
,nd the mdfl hstd atmosphere will
not produce the least shininess or
I li. I of the akin.
No matter whether you are troubled
i ilh a poor completion, wrinkles, puf
f a around Ike eye, freckles, crows
I eot or lines around the mouth, ugly
nger nails, or ju.- a simple rourh
of the facr. haad or arms rsuaed
k oriod or aun. vou will find that any
all of these troubles will quleklv
ssapear with the use of Howard's
fuller milk Oram Manufacturera,
toward Uro t'hemiral Cn Huffalo.
a aa 'jbbW
HA.nFtUl. CaJIf.. April 15.
VVhD William Fur v on trial i
here late lhln month for the killing of
larenee Bats a alary will Ih told of1
; . man driven to iloxvcratlon bV the
ihrat of another man to ati-al blal
1 vrtfe'a lovo.
Korlii anv ho killi J Baton l-ocauso j
the lattrr reruaed to top aaaattag f I
'Ills nl.tlltv and Intention of allenallnc;
-Mrs. Forbes' affection.
After ho tinit SUon dtsd, FVroes
I r.xlo 1.100 mile In an automobile In
f -ur da. traveling day and nllht
without sleep, to 1ve MUM up.
Forbes oiu-e was II IHIMlOr of
I'.'t th. N"e . and later became deputy
.'-untv assessor there.
Knton returned from the war and
aa welcomed ut the Forbes home be-
aue - f his frtelidship with member)
of Itllllia' family. Eltun. Forbes;
erted recliirocated by openly at
temptlnK to win Mrs. Forbes' love.
Hecomlng interested in somo mlninx
piopert near Arrowhead, alnnit eighty
mile from Tonopah. Forbes saw an
yopoetunlty to R-ot away from Salon,
he said, and moved with his famtly
Mr. FiTbe and their two lion to l
Katon then beR-an writing letter to
Mr. Forbes, her husband declared,
berncinc her to Join him In California
"The condition became unbearable."
F..rbe said, "and I drove to California
ir. my par to see Katon and come to a I
definite understanding with him.
"I met him In the street and went
with him to his room to talk the mat
ter over. The resolt was that I agreed
take Baton to my home and leave it
to Mrs. Forbes to choe between UB. '
The two left town that evening and
started for Nevada- They had lm'
ed about eighty miles when thfl light
on the car went out. Forney s-epped
out to make roaalra. he sf.id w'icn
Katon suddenly exclaimed: "I'll not
go any farther. I'm truing to leavj vou
at the next town anil go back, r can
take your wife at a: y time, and the
two kids too.
Forbes whipped o it a revolver ar.d
fired cne shot. It struck Eato i In t'ut
t.eaj. ktlltnc- him ins'antly.
Idealizing that hi was in a strange
country, among stra.iger-. a-d tht; he
hud -otters In hi i . "kets. wn-ioi iv
Raton, which wo-.ld be taken from
hup. Forbes decile, to go to Arr-
head and get his tpmilv thev lived
lone in the hills then surrender
11 if he did. tatar wiring California.
at', hf-rtties he wis on hi way. .
Tew civs later he appeared. Alei"
v. h"''5 he had fount a new- horr.j f ' r
1 lie killing took ;dice near Strat
ford. Kings county. t;a!'fornla o. Jan
uary 29. Forbes said
'.'orbes talks franl l ' of the Mlltnt-
-llere was no other way on', ' ho
NO SCHOOL WARMS IN
CLASS PAY TOO LOW
(By Associated Press.)
N"EV YORK. April 15. Vas-
sar college will not graduate a
"school marm" this year, accord-
ing to result of a survey of the
senior class, made public here
last night. Low salaries. It was
said had caused students to turn
to business, social Bervtce and
FOR SPOKANE YOUTHS
(Bv Associated Press.!
SPOKANE. Wash.. April 15. Plans
to require every employed boy and
girl under 18 years of age who has
not finished high school to take at
least four hours of vocational training
each week are being considered by
public school officials here. It was an
nounced today by Frank H. Arnold,
principal of the public night sqhool.
He said a complete census of the city
in an effort to learn the necessity of
part time schools hero will be made
PAL0USE DISTRICT GRAIN
MEN NAME DELEGATES
(Bv Associated Pre.)
ai'OKAN'E. Wah.. April 15. E. J.
Doneen of the Palouse district and
Aimer McCurtain of the Big Bend
country have been named by George
It Wlison president of their localities
at a national conference t wheat
grower at Kansas City, April 22.
Mr. Wilson will name a third dele
gate from the Walla Walla district,
he said, but is awaiting suggestion ot
growers of that section before the se
lection Is made. Decision to send the
representatives Was reached at a con
ference of Eastern Washington farm
er held here yesterday.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Act-jit "Citlifornia" Syrup of Fl
only look f'fr the name a..fornJa on
the put-stage, then you are sura your
child m having- the best and moit
harmleaa phyalc for the little ifmach,
lier and boweln Children love ta
fruity Matt Full diiertlona on earn
fcmif You must aay ' ' "alU'-rnia. '
llSsiO a4S -7 i. .' C JA, JnonSi
trot jjv-i-i iU0
business insurance. tf
9 4 SUBSTANTIAL balance
l in a conservative bank is
H surance that each uroeressive
II business man needs. We believe
U vou can serve vour best interests N
j by allowing us to serve you in a O
f $mx lul, LsULiOai: loa lui. iauu -m i
- , kV-1nl,
i BtiitR mwii up j uj . v. f7m rBSml sltbvin tojneait out-
50ME CIGAd! OH YES !
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mmES iiltl!'.iv mrrn rv 1 1 i rit f r TUB EIT1
WHU d WUKKlLil UVE.K VIVUKIC. iniuAi I
: "3k , ,
I f. haMiU.1, I i I I
l08 ANOELES Utah officials threaten to revlre the recent
Plckford-Moore dlrorce with an Investigation, but Mrs. Mary Plck
' ford Fairbanks doesn't appear worried. Neither does Douglas.
Neither does "Rex." This Is the first picture taken of Mr. and Mrs.
I Fairbanks since their marriage.
SQUAW WITH LAND
AND CATTLE AWAITS
(By United Pre. )
PORTLAND, Or., April 15. Ben
Bourtionna I In Jail here, awaiting
trial m a eharire f transporting liquor
on the Indian reservation near Klam
ath Fall. Ore.
The Indian la a model prlnoner.
Asked why he appear to be happy j
and contented, Ben said he expect to I
be freed after a Hentence of six month ;
and then he expect to return to the j
reservation and marry a bmishw who
MM iient word to him that she 'will '
wait for httn."
The ifiuaw ha a fine homestead.
She also has 60 head Ot fine cattle. I
A Iinnrn I-Tnr
A member of the Chicago liar tella
j the following Btory of the coolest man
- he ever knew. This man wan amikert
j ed one night by burglar. He got up
and went downMalra, and so he entir
I ed the dining room, where the thieves
were engaged In wrapping up the ll-
verware. they covered him with their
revolver". Thin, however, did not dis
concert tbe houneholder at all.
"Pardon be, for diMiirbin-g you.
gentlemen." said he, "hut I "houM
like you to do me a favor. If lt I
not too much to aak, will yon be ao j
gvtod ag u poet tht letter for me?
the kind of business in- B
r XaSai sol i
It must go tonight. It's the- prem
ium for my burglary Insurance."
"What kind of woman la Mr. Oad.
" Essentially artistic."
"The. family fly wwattcr I adorn
ed "ith a bow of pink robbon." i
f 7ty suffer the discomforts and
embarrassments of a Goitre?
O. Cm. C. prrparation lor trrjilre has bcov
Wt pay aereral hundrrd dollan for an
optralion lo r-moe a troitrr whrn O.G.C.
can obtained for aucb a comparativclr
nj. - .'
y.TS.C whn pfoperlr applied give utia
factor tiauitp-. or your monrr will b
r--fi:ndWl. O C C. is auld direct, by mail
only. .Write for booklet. -AddrPM
O.O.C. CHEMICAL COMPANY
. - - ,i :i .' t'Hi
TTERE is the
JLM. first tire that
ever was given a
whole factory to
No. 2, with a ca
pacity of 16,000
tires per day, is
devoted solely to
the production of
the 3yi inch size.
Simpson Tire Service Co.
223 East Court
I l.rl fnr 70 Years
Thru its use GrandmotrKt's
vouthful appearance has
remained umil youth has
become but memory
The soft, rellned. pearly
white appearance it
rrnrifr leave the IOV
of Beauty wiln
AND SISTERS ET MAY
18 FOR ANNUAL SESSION
(Ky Aflsm'tittad Prei.)
SKATTLE. April 16. Washing on
1'ythlann will hold thplr thlrty-Kovonth
BTand lodsre horn May is at tho satjie
t-me the RTatid temple of th Pythian
Sistpra will b In eH.slon. I' In ptl
mated the Wo frntherinini will hHnfl
:.:.orj vtAltorM to .Seattle for three tn
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
But the old-fashioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without the
Piaster and without the blister.
Musterole does it It Is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. It is scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders, and yet does
not blister the tenderest skin.
Gently massage Musterole in with the
finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re
lief how speedily the pain disappears
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50.
DR. C. H. DAY
4 Physician and Sunceon
Rooms 21 and 2t .linith-Craw-ford
Telepnone ru. Rea. 74S-R
Ot sses Ground to Fit Your t yi s
LCNSTStXlPUCAlCD OM SttORT NOTICC
AMERICAN NAT L. BANK BUM OtG.
Pf N DL ETON . Phone 609
Most miles fer dollar is a Firestone pledge, to the
big car owner as well as to the owners of light ears.
See the new Standard Oversize Fiiitne Cord.
Pendleto a, Oregon
1 1 OREGON THEATRE, ONE NIGHT ONLY, SUNDAY APRIL 18TH
1 1 -a-..,. si,..w of Use World. IWt IIs It! Sec M Alive Tlirti
sue i in. .-... .........
Try to Stop l.aucltlnK.
"GEORGE. ri'MAMllS' CABTOOM MUSICAL COHUT
NEW PUY. MEW S0MGS. NEW CMTWIM. our".T, 1 1
SI. DO. M Ml.
U fjrap v
SD l'JI.I., tm aA
at IMHM,MM Rellat S
yi o sv druoujsis Enamw
I IlKItMAN CIxAUSSKMUb
Idaho State Life Insurance
An Old Line Onnpaiiy that does all
tta business In the west.
210 Beauregard fit. P. O. Box 38;
DR. W. H. REYNOLDS
Chiropractic Nerve Specialist,
(looiua 1 and 2 Inl' .d Empire
Telephone lot 8
Hra. 10-12 a. in. 1:30-S p. in.
L Jf. '.VaV,
1 Buy your Coal before II Why Pay & Peddler or j
the new mine price and III
s . . . . , . , , c w canvasser AWice
I raise in freight take ef-
We have a complete I
I B. L. BURROUGHS
I rhoneo L.ity s.ji
j miiiui Him ii 1 1 ii in in 1 1 1 tiii in muni iiuiiii j taWtwi
It was a problem
made to order for '
tion of a high
Firestone met it
with. a, typical
M-llliiR at Wrndt'a Paint Htorp.
h. s. Mckenzie, m. d.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
10-11-12 Belts Building
lrs. Terpeiilng A Terpesilng,
'chiropractic, Hani practora
Licensed In . Ore. and Wunh.,
Gin W. Tustln, Pendleton, Ore.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeake
Thronle and Nervoua Piseaaa and
Diseases of Women. X.Ray Elec
Temple Bdg. Room 12
HKSS STOCK TONIC
25 lb. Pall Costs $8.M
100 lb. Oram Costs ftft.OO
Here Is another point, Mr.
Farmer, we want to empha
size, that Is: Or. Hesa Stock
Tonic Is highly concentrated, lt
goen farther as the small doss
quantity proves. It puts your
animals in a thriving- condition
ready for Spring- work.
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