East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 02, 1920, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12

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' feAILY EAST O&E00N1AM, PENDLETOH, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENINO;"OCTOEER "27rT82(jr"'r"T"
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HOME KEPT CARS ARE :
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Your Shield of Defense
RI-P-E ce is your 'shield
'i of Jense, against those destructive
; demente neglect, misuse and SleneS--
shen the life of any. aKK,.
wte "Servite is freely: offered. " Use it tea.
Ij, whatever battery you use.
nasers of new? cars a freshening charge free of
cost-win give you the correct carghS ratff Sr
yogeneratortopreventdamagefroS vrchare
tree and will make repairs at moderate prices.
3rive up any time, and welcome. ' '
AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY
SERVICE CO.
406 East Court St -
STOHAGS BATTERY
7he Motorists Treasure Chest of Service
THREE-FOLD
SATISFACTION
In Price, Workmanship and Promptness
, when you patronize The East Oregonian
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Protect Your
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If you expect to enjoy the comforts of Fall and
Winter driving your car must be in the right kind of
Condition. iiUEIESLISIJ
Bring it here each and every job is supervised
by an expert mechanic. uAtJtj
; RUDY TANNLER '
General Auto Repairing
Cottonwood and Water
Phone 530
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ho keens his car In hta own aur-J
e by the condition of the tenders of
hie automobile. They are bent down
somewhat, or dented nnd otherwise
disfigured, because. In driving In or
backing out of his Karaite, he hua.a
habit of lirtsjudirinK the distance be
tween the fender and the door Jamb.
And before he can stop moving, the
feuder has been made to suffer. .
Where the doorway is none too wide
a natural condition with the city
man s garage, since he usually cannot
make it any larger than necessary to
barely squeeze the car in-it is a good
Idea to install guard rails in the corn
ers of the door opening, or little con
crete or wooden guiding blocks.
If a piece of husky piping is attach
ed into each Corner, it will serve as a
guard aganat which the tire will strike
if the car is run too close to the door
way. This will either have the effect
of pushing the car over awav from
the elds of the door or it will offer
enough' obstruction to the forward
movement of the car to warn the drlv
er in time to change the -car's posi
tion. Obviously, these diagonal pipes
would only be of advantage when en
tering the garage, being of no service
when backing out.
The concrete or wooden blocks, how
ever, are intended as backing-out pro
lection, serving to guide the wheels
in the ath they should follow In or
der to clear the doorway sufficiently.
They are of no apodal advantage
when entering the garage, being op
posite in their function to the diagonal
pipe fenders mentioned above.
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ly on the frock by hand aa. (on
Instance, this beautiful creM dai
china (rock. Bat, of ooarae, not
all the) embFaldarfaai mrm kanA'
lona. Mscalas embroldsrlaa wlU,
m mora uu ever gyaea, f r"HHr
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"I am so nervous it seems as though I should fly5! "My nerves
are all on edge" M I wish I were dead." 1 low often have we heard
these expressions or others quite as extravagant from some loved one
who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which
has slowly developed until the nerves cr.n no longer stand up tinder it.
No woman should allow herself to drift into this condition without
giving that good old-fashioned root and herb remedy LydiaE. Pink-'
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial. .
, . Read the Letters of These Two Women.
ROUNDS UP DOLLARS
A Michigan passenger car dealer,
seeking to sell more service, despite
fewer cars, and incidentally "feel out
the motor truck situation, observed a
number of "orphan" trucks in his dis
trict which were of good design and
constructed mainly from well-known
standardised units. The dealers who
had sold them had, for the most part,
abandoned trucks or had taken oh
other lines and were giving only half
hearted service to the old owners. By
making a study of their service needs
and soliciting work in ads and circu
lar letters, this dealer secured a num-'
ber of "orphan" truck overhauling
jobs and obtained from parts makers
and dealers new units for several of
he big jobs. While the early profits
were not large, the experience demon-
started many opportunities and
qulrements of a good truck sales and
service department, and the dealer
found himself in a favorable position
for his development with a good
strong make.
was exhausted. Then came a typhoon.
The fragile craft was wrecked and the j
four newly married young people were I
thrown upon a desert isle which they
iouna entirely uninhabited..
There doubtless they would have
continued a Robinson Crusoe type of
existence had not a small Japanese
trading vessel put In for water. They
were rescued and taken on the former
German island of Tap, where later I
they embarked on a Japanese neval
steamer for Yokohama,
YOUNGER HANLEY WILL
RETURN WITH LINEMAN
PROPERLY PARKED CAR
WILL NOT LEAVE HILL
How manv of vou know how to park
your car on a steep hill so that it will
not slide down and hit something ;
You will answer," Sure, I know."
Maybe you do know but do you do it?"
The papers have chronicled several
mishaps recently due to cars sliding
down hills, driverless. and smashing
into something or some one, ana mere
i. t"q miv 9n excuse for it. if the car is
parked properly and , necessary pre
cautions taken.
The easiest way Is always me oei
...,. ba it i. .1 simnln to nark prop
erly that none of us should be guilty
of this neglect, tnat migrn. cum. i
or at least serious injury.
: When vou Dark on a hill, clinch the
wheols into the curb, so that if the
breakes do release the car will arana
anyway. Also if the car Is neaaea
down hill place the gear shift lever in
reverse and set tne emergency
If the car is facing up hill, twist the
front wheels so that the right front
wheel cnncnes 10 11 " " .
the gears in low speed ano set in
brakes.
Myron Hanley, brother of Richard I
Hanley. high school athletic coach, j
who left here several days ago to en- I
ter Korth Centra high in Spokane sent
word yesterday evening that he had
not found things as he had planned
in that city and will return to Pendle
ton very soon. He also stated that be
intended to bring with him Ed Mo-
line, a big lineman, with two years' ex
perience.
With this added material Pendle
ton shonld this year claim quite an Im
portant position in athletics in the
state. Hanley was Injured in a scrim
mage at the high school before he left
but eXDeets to be in trim to enter one
of the first games of the season. His
position on the team win prooamy ut
that of qunrterhack.
North East, ML u I wag in ill health
four or live years and doctored with
ona doctor after another but none
helped me. I was irregular and had
such terrible pain in my back, lower
part of my body and down each silo
that I had to go to bod three or four
days every month. I was very nervous,
tired, could not sleep end could not eat
without getting sick- A friend asked
nie to take Lydia K Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and I am sorry I did
not take it sooner for it has helped nie
wonderfully. I dont have to go to bed
with the pain, can eat without being
sick and have more strength. I recom
mend your medicine ana you are at
lilierty to publish my testimonial."
Eliza bkth Weaver, Ii. It. 2, North
Minnenpolis.Muin. I was ran down
nnd nervous, enuld not rcstatniRhtana
was more tired in the morning than
when I went to bed. ' I have two chil
dren, the youngest three months old
ami it was drudgery to care for them
as I fult so irritable and generally worn'
out. From lack of rest aud'appetito
my baby did not get enough nourish
nient from my milk so I started to giye .
him two bottle feodings a day.: 'After
taking three bottles of Lydia E. Plnki
bain's Vegetable Compound I felt like
a new woman, full of life and. energy.
It is a pleasure to care for my children, .
and I am very happy with them and
feel fine. I nurse my baby exclusively--again,
and can't Bay too much for your
medicine." Mrs. A. I Miller, 2683
t..i!4tn .Minneapolis, diinn.
Nervous, Ailing Women Should Rely Upon
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II : LYDIA E.PINKMAM MEDICINE CO, LYN M. MAS s7 1 l '
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the South Seas. Their term of naval
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PIG IRON TO PISTONS
A Machine Shop Second to Non)
A Modernly Equipped Foundry, Employing
' Modern Method.
Phone 71
Phono 1056
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FOUNDRY and
MCIL .WORKS
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JEW PREMIER RICH
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nramler of
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lultl-mllHomalra In franca and a
jnltlJnlUionalra In dollar, tool
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tracUoa, ot Ua lnUrlor, of tha,
olonies, ann as minis' er -
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SELLS' . i
Nut Margarine
The average family is now paying almost
a fourth as mucn for its butter as it is for
rent. Figure it out for yourself. T ,
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NUCOA is not a substitute, it is in a class by itself. All nut margarines are not
alike, be sure to get NUCOA the original
Nucoa Butter Co.
' ' - San Francisco; CaL ...
Distributed by
Commercial Creamery
Company
Spokane, Wash. : ' i,
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