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TDATLY EAST 0EEQ0S1AH, PENDLETON, OREQOH, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER' 9, 1920
Minx UcMale Reese and Mrs, Charles
Alspuch were week end visitors at the
TEDDYHIGHESTAID". DOG IN MOVIES
Fred Haymond hum -eln Pendleton,,
Mra. Victor Mason and Mra. It, K.
Tozier were Pendleton visitors one day
(Rant Oregonlan 8pelul.)
HELIX, Nip. An entertainment
consisting of a fnrce "The Obstinate
Family" and mimical numbers will be
given Thursday evening by the hlKh
A number of Helix boys attended the
annual conference held In Pendleton
under tha auspices tif tha Y. M. C. A,
Among those attending were Oall Al
pach. Hurt Morrison, William Albee,
and James Morrison.
Mrs. Ijetcher Kiirvall 1h visiting rel
atlvea In I OTande.
Visitors In Helix Wednesday after
noon were Mayor IT. A. Hurrett, and
Mtaa Areta Barrett of Athena and Mr.
and Mrs. Will MeColIum of Portland.
Mra. Will Potts of Hexburg, Idaho
who hai been visiting- her daughter
Mra. A. A. Mclntyre near Athena wh
greeting Helix friends one day thin
Jamea Orlswold, nn of Dr. and Mr.
J. orlawold la a visitor here.. Mr. oris
wold hai been taking a con rue at the
Academy of Pint Ann In Chicago and
will continue hla study In Denver.
Hugh Smith left for Hpokane Thura
day, tha first of thla week he will be
n lurried to Mra. Alice Dausener, they
will make their horn at 'Cheney,
Mr. and Mra. Howard Drew of Echo
were week end visitors at the p. M.
Claud Morrlnon la vlHltlng hla Par
enta Mr. and Mra. M. L. Morrlaon.
Johk, Thomas of Portland, Oregon
hru been vlaltlng at the home of hie
noil, J, R. Thomas. Mr. Thomas has
been on an extended trip through tne
eoet and flopped here on hie way
Mra. Norwall Bitt and children have
returned to their home at Rt. Johns,
Wash., after un extended visit at th
home of her pa renin Mr. and Mm.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. f. (TJ. P.)
Charles Voetel, aged 55, a prominent
flour dealer of New 171m, Minn., leap.
ed from a window on the ninth floor
of the Kaddlaon hotel here yesterday
and died Instantly. . A letter to his
wife, found In hla room, la withheld
bv Ihe coroner.
Huk (knUlaMi H C. A
A. fa chance!
I RIAD itory.
AiOUT A fellow.
ON AN icy bill
AND STARTED to glide.
AND TRIPPED up.
A FAT lady.
WHO SAT on him,
AND RODE down hllL
TO THE foot
AND THEN be wheeled.
MADAM, YOU'LL have.
TO OET oft here.
THIS IS M far.
AS I (0."
SO WHEN new clerk. .
WHO DIDNT know.
MY REGULAR imoke.
TRIED. TO tell me,
SOME OTHER kind.
I REMEMBERED that yarn.
AND TOLD the clerk.
. . .'
JUST WHERE to get off.
OTHER KINDS wiU bum.
AND GIVE off imoke.
I'LL ADMIT that much. '
BUT THAT'S at far.
AS I'LL go.
THERE'S ONLY one klnl
THAT CAN, and will, and doei.
v your taste for a
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tobaccos both Turkish and Domes
tic and with finer blending Che,
terfields give yon the fullest possi
ble cigarette enjoyment Tbey al
irayi satisfy. It's the blend and
if can't be copied.
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A CHRISTMAS may seem a long way off but we 4
p are already making pictures to be used as Christmas a
A A TTLTt t . n i A
Wa Aune vv neeier aiuaio
f x 4 t y
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T J 'TEDDY" , 7
V - ii-ivii Hill II mil II nil 1 1 ""''
'.NFW YORK Tedfly'i bad a lot of tronble ilnce he "broke Into"
the movie game but perhaps bis hardest job was signing bis name
long the dotted line on the contract that will give blm a number of
months' more fame and lot more coin. 'Teddy la tlie 'highest paid
, dog on the screen, It Is said. '
DEPLETED WHEAT BIN
' BERLIN, Nev. 9. (A. P.) The
HiiKKtnn imvipt republic has about
ISO.ueii.OOO biwhels of. wheat at its
rilspomil thln year, according to a
atatement made to the Hed Flag
a local rommonlHt organ, by Dr. 8ch-
lowsky who has arrived here from
Schlnwsky la said to be in the So
viet's diplomatic service and was for
merly a legation counsellor In Heme.
Ho siiys that 225,000,000 bushels
of wheat are nominally needed to feed
Rusnia but the governcment Is con
fident It will pull through the com
The food and transport situation, he
raid hj also Khowlnj; Improvement.
.Drj Hchlowsky said that Oeneral
Wrangel, 'commander of the troops
fighting the boIhevikl In southern
JttimiH, would be disposed of within
a fw week: Ho milled that, while
General Wrangel'a forces were estim
ated at slightly more than too. 000
hla reliable fighting army consisted
of only 60.000, chiefly former troops
of General Ixjnlkine who was de
feated by the bolshevikl.
BOLSHEVIK! CLAIM BIG
KOVXO. Nov. 9. r. P.) Ttolshc
vlk authorities olulm Oenernl Wrnnkel
had been staycred from his base in
Crimea. The capture of much booty
and thousands of prisoners was an
nounced. According to a soviet state
ment, soviet troops have driven Wran
eel back from " seven mile neck of
the peninsula, nml surrounded larKe
groups of his army. The Important
cities of Perekop, t&isils ovo, Novo
and Alexar.drovekl have fallen to the
reds, the statement said.
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PA1US, Nov. 9. (A. P.) A lesson
to tourists too anxious to take away
definitely. A few days ago a tourist
front has just been given by the mili
tary authorities of the Fort Vaux at
Verdun which has hitherto been open
to vislttors to Verdun. The authori
ties have derided to close the fort In
rcflnltely. . A few lays ago a tourist
took possession, bnulitless as a sou
venir, of an electric lamp bulb. He
was Indiscreet enough to make a
flunrlsh of the bulb In a Verdun cafe.
The military authorities confiscated
the bulb and then enme the order
making the fort "out-of-bounds'' to
,ro,itr an appetite, nlda (Kcslion,
purines the blood, and thus relieves
scrofula, catarrh, the pains and
aches ot rheumatism and g'ves
strength to the whole system.
Nearly BO years' phenomenal sales
tell.the story of the great merit and
success of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It
ir 'ust the medlelne you nee.) now.
Hood's Tills help fine catharlh
SCHOOL WEEK IS SET
FOR DECEMBER 5 T0 11
Washington, Nov. 9. a. p.)
"8. hool week" will be observed over
the country December 5 to 11. Com
riissloner of Education C'laxtori has re
quested the governors and chief school
officers of the state to take such ac
tion as may be necessary to cause the
people to use this week in such a way
as It will most effectively disseminate
information in regard to the conditions
and needs of the schools.
Chambers of CVmrr.erce, Poards r.f
Trade. Women's rotary clubs, labor
unions, fanners' organizations and pa
triotic and civic societies are request
ed to devote one meeting to a discus
sion of the needs of education In ther
states. The ministers also are asked
to devote one of their church services
on Sunday, December 5 for emphasiz
ing Ihe Importanee of education.
Friday afternoon and 'evening of
school week has teen designated as
the date on which community meet
ings in the Interests of education
should be held in all school houses,
both in the city and country, for the
purpose of discussing the needs of the
schools, the means of meeting these
needs and remedying conditions.
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' MARRIAGE RULES
UBIUJN. Nov. 9. (A. P.) Candl
datejt for matrimony who apply for
marriage licenses at the registrars of
fice now arc handed a special bulle
tin of the Imperial Hoard of Health
urging them to consult a physician
and obtain a clean bill of health be
fore marrying. The bulletin gives
warning that a man or woman who,
despite- the doctor's" warning, enters
wedlock commits a grave offense. The
Imperial code also provides for the
annulment of the marriage if one of
the contracting parties knowingly
conceals a condition on health which
otherwise would prevent the union.
The bulletin is the result of con
certed action on' the part of German
f iXi 1 i
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These Two Women Tell of Their Experience. 1
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two years wiili female vu:J:nes8. I
could not walk any dt ta::w, ri!e or
take any exercise at all v iiiiou!. resting'.
If 1 swept the floor or did any kind ci
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I Was weak and languid, had no energy,
and life was a misery to me. I waa
under the oartrof a good physician for
several months and tried other reme
dies. 1 had read of Lydia E. l'inkham'a
Vegetable Compound and decided to
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EVER YTH IMG FROM
PREHISTORIC MAN TO
CORN BEETLE ON FILE
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. (A. P.)
Ii.formatinn regarding any activity In
which t -e government is Interested
will he furnished to the general pub
lic through the information service
section of the United States Bureau
f-f Efficiency here, according to an
nouncement hereau's investigation in
to the duplication of work in govern
ment departments, undertaken at the
direction of Congress.
"If you are Interested for Instance
in the primitive condition of prehis
toric man, in present day activities in
agriculture, education or commerce or
Uslre to know where to apply for the
classification and biology of the corn
leaf heetle, write the Bureau of Ef
ficiency, Information Section," the on-
nouncement said. ."The section will
act as a reference Index to activities
Robert Merrick tto John V. Powell
Lot 4. Block 75, Wardwells Add.
Grace Lieuallen to J. V. Smith J630
Lots 6 and 7 and S 1-2 of Lot 8, Block
12, origimll town of Wei ton.
Edward C. Mackln to James H.
Markln Jlft.00 Intt. of first partly In
Lot 2, Sec. 13, Tp. 6, N. R. 366.
A. A. Cole to L A., Chapman 5400.
X 1-3 N 1-2, SB 1-4 NV 1-4 and S 1-2
oc. .16, S. R. 31 and S 1-2 S 1-2 Sec.
31. Tp. 5. S. R. 32.
Joseph Hodtrson to Harry T.nsate
ELIZABETH HARRISON .
NEW YORK Mtaa ETIiaESrh
Harrison,' youngest daughter ot
the late Benjamin Harrison, presi
dent ot the United States, is. toon
to become the .bride ot James
Blaine . Walker,! Jr., I a grand
nephew of the 'late 'James O.
Blaine. 4 Hiss Harrison is a law-
' yer and has bees admitted to the
i; u . .. . .
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Don't streak or ruin your material
in a poor dye. Insist on ''Diamond
Dyes." Easy directions in every pack-
GIRLS! MAKE A
(1.00 fractional NW 1-4 Sec. 5 and
fractional XE 1-4 Sec. 6. TP. 3, N. R.
30 and W 1-2 .Sac. 29, E 1-2 Sec. 36.
E 1-2 Sec. 31 and W 1-2 Sec. 32, Tp.
4, N. R. 30. '
W. E. Hanscom to J. Hanscom 11.00
1-2 interest In W 1-2 Lot 12. Block 10,
Livermore'g Add. Pendleton.
Kw O. Casey to Guy W. Nelson $250.
It 10. Block 222, Res. Add. Pendle
ton. Vern C. Carson to E. C. McCook $1.
SW 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 7. Tp. 2. N. R. 31.
Ernest Johnley to J. C. Clemens
35050.00 B 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec. 29, Tp. 2,
N. R. 33.
Sarah E. McDougall to J. R. Rey
nolds 1125.00 Lot 14, Block 5, Weston.
Dan Sowers to Hettie Powers 110.00
Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 4, Saling ind
Keese Add. Weston.
A. J. Sturtevant to Isaac Knott $S0.
Fractional Lot C and fractional Lot D,
Pilot Rock and fractional part Lot 7.
Ida-B. Hamblen to Eli C. Enbysk
33500.00 Lot 1, Block 3, Livermore's
C. A. Hazen to Ezra J. Hazen $1.00
Lots 9. 10 11 and 12, Block 20, ori
ginal Town Stanfield.
W. Roy Black to Anna E. B. Walter
$1500.00 Block 1. Black's Add. Milton.
R. F. Ely to J. C. .Snow $3000. Lot
11. Block 3, Livermore's Add. Pendle
ton. George D. Fell to W. E. Hanscom
and M. J. Foster $65.00 W 1-t Lot I!,
Block 10, Livermore's Add. Pendleton.
Claud Hampton to Pat Doherty $1.
N 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec. 1 and NE 1- BE
1-4 Sec. 2, Tp. 4, S. R. 30..
Edith I. Keliis to Dan Sowers $1-00
Lots 7, 8 and 9. Block 4. Sailing and
Reese Add. Weston.
Teste fxx3, do good; 4UeU
instantly on tonf m or im wetarj
take ea Beaded.
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ALtO IN TABLET FOM FO nml
who ntcrxn thsm.
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Lemons Whiten and Double
Beauty of the Skin
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into
a bottle containing three ounces oi
Orchard White which can be had at
anw drug store, shake well and you
have a quarter pint of harmless and
delightful lemon bleach for few cents.
Musiage this sweetly fragrant lotion
into the face, neck, arms snd hands
"ach day. then shortly, not the beauty
of your skin.
Famous stage beauties use lemon
inlce to bleach and bring that soft,
clear roy-whlte complexion. Lemons
have always been used as & freckle
mnburn and tan remover. Make this
ip and try it, ;
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