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DAILY EAST ORSQOMIAN, PENDLETON.' WtaOffJ 1SATUKDAT-EVENING X&VEMBER IS, 1020. -iJL
WORDS OE ADVICE FOR
, CMJUUUIY-'GRERS GIVEN
TTI IIO is the "purchasing agent" of your
VV family? We'll wagr the "lady of the
house" does most of the buying. Is she de
ciding on Oregon-made products and help
ing to make Oregon a better place in which
to live? ,
The long and varied list of quality articles -
made in Oregon includes almost everything j . '
Fer the larder
In the clothing lines
BUY OREGON PRODUCTS
Associated Industries of Oregon
And then there art - fl -
SUITCASES " '
What Is the
v-ij Secret of Long Life
In a Tire, Anyhow:
It's the tread and here is the reason :
The tread of your tire is the part that takes all
the wear, soaks up the road shock and keeps the
bumps away from the fabric.
Entirely reasonable then that it should be broad
and thick, isn't it?
That's the idea back of the Super Tread Tire. It's
important and it means a lot more miles to you. .
Gertson & Marty
' 639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
A whisk, of tumble Weed or vddst
devil" vehiHlng alnng rnliu may
easily start a stampede of cattle cost
ing the rancher some of his finest
specimens of stock through Injury.
Ami In the present period of nervous
apprehension, similarly Insignificant
causes arc perturbing many substan
tial business men ordinarily undisturb
ed by sales problems in normal times.
The return of the buying punno to
saner methoos or securing i
nients and along wn " me siainen
Iiir of the demand for automobiles and
automobile accessories, are creating
much doubt In the minds of dealers
is to the proper merchandising course
In this connection the remarks hi
J. K. Hough, Manager Automobile lire
ales for the (ioodyear Tire & Huoner
Company of California, are timeiy auo
This is not time," he says, to
throw to the four winds the goou nus-
Ir.ess methods that have been men
out in normal times. Kvery period ot
.... i ..n. un
intense prosperity is iimi "j
interval -of depression and this la the
trade condition that is being experi
enced right now.
"The late spring or i;.'", me
stocks of tires that were purchased
tn anticipation of higher prices, and
the gasoline shortage in various parts
of the country have all played a part
in brtnginf,- about the present read
justment era. but the old rules still
apply, and if employed will work out
"Late registration figures show that
more than 7.00(1.000 cars are in actual ,
i.se In the lnlted Sates, all wearing out
tires and the estimates for the coming
year' call for nearly S.ntul.tiou
more. Making allowance for U'ii.oO"
cars which will -be junked during the
year based on the recognised ilepre-
clution figure of six per cent per year
580,000 cars will require tires dur
ing' the coming year. Which meanp
a potential market for about 3t,onn,
For many montns tne i.wnu
,.,niinv hns been preparing for the
condition that is here. Inventories
and overhead expenses have been re
duced, and production placed on a
basis permitting a repiemsnr.em ui
requirements monthly. j
This is the course that is being
recommended to all our service sta- j,
tions. In fact it is our belief that the
four following rules, If carried oui t
'conscientiously, will efficiently take!
icare of the tire user's wants and 'in-j
;sure the success of the tire merchan-j
1. Carry sufficient stock to render J
prompt service over a period of thirty
BERLIN, Xov.. U.(By Carl D. clays. , , j
2 Specialize on one rapidly selling
Croat, U. P. Staff Correspondent.)- hrand Don't stock three or four
The German government was victor- i-rands to sell one tire.
lc.ua in Its first clash with adical j 3 Kpep 8tocks of slow moving size
workers, who attempted 10 einuia6t a minimum.
Italian workers in the seizure oi
THE car a man uses in his business
life must be always ready for duty.
It is j ust th is demand for a car they can
trustjhat causes so many business men
and professional men to drive Buicks.
Models are cars ol valuable depend
ness, beauty and riding comfort make
them welcome in hours of relaxation.
The Authorized Buick Service is as
notably efficient as the Buick car.
Prices of the New Nineteen Twenty One
Model Tweiitr Ow-FMly Ftrti', thret pwnrrr CM
Khf 1 1riily Oiimy Ftw, ftrt pMnf c
MiH Twrwr Otw-KMtr Sli, lour aKiirt cour
Mtrl l mrn,y Oiw-Folllf Sr.fn, ktt pimirr Sedan
MiMlffl wfiityOw.fony Fihl, tour pawngrr cope
Mean Twei,:y One-poiy Khm trren puntrr r
Mudd 1'vtui Oiw-Killy, en iwiK-iifcr teda
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Oregon Motor Garage
M9-121 W Court
plants. Metal factories seized ty me
strikers were abandoned when police
j suddenly surrounded them. There
I was no violence, the workers realizing
; they would be starved out if they did
' not yield. Likewise the "soviet" which
' seized a gas plant on the north side of
j the city wag compelled to withdraw,
f Electrical workers have returned after
; striking for two weeks.
t $100 Reward, $100
1 Catarrh la a local dfteaae greatly lnfla
! snced by constitutional conditions. H
! therefore requires constitutional treat;
I ment. HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE
I is taken internally and acts th.ough the
i Blood on the Mucous 8urfaci of the Sys.
! tern. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
i destroys the foundation of the disease,
I rives the patient strength by improving
: the general health and assists nature in
1 doing Its work. 10O"0 for any easy of
Catarrh that HAUL'S CATARRH
. IfrniriVCl falls in rnr.
Druggists 75c. Testlioonlals free,
F. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo, Ohio,
i. Stimulate business on the basis
of better service, better advertising
and more intensive sales effort.
"These simple rules, if followed, will
take enre of the present sltuntion,
which it is admitted is but temporary.
The rubber industry is on a solid
foundation, with prospects unsurpass
ed by any other industry In the coun
try. "This is borne out in the amount
of Ooodvear business for the present
fiscal year, which greatly exceeds that mmmmm'mnn
of our balmiest pre-war days. Sound JWIIiiilliHllllllll
merchandising and real service are
keeping up sales to the point mat in
spires confidence concerning
ramped through Nearly halt of tho cost of the war
life from those who
II1L1U nnn 1 verl In . :
""ft",,,., ip in, jim;riiH m nciuui miiwio iitm utm
cause of the decline of Germany mon- ! paid, nccordlng to Treasury Depart
ey, tho American soldiers with their , ment figures. This, however, is exclu
130 a month are in the millionaire . live ot the JlO.OOO.nuO, (100 loaned the
clusa. Germany not being dry. a large allies.
glass of beer can be obtained there Exclusive of that J10, 000,00(1, 000,
for one cent In American money. Other former setnrv of th Tmamirt r.iuss
prices are In proportion. estimated the war cost this country
!.00T.0OO,000. Of this 11,1S0,0M.
000 was paid In taxes during tba
course of the war and afterward. Two
mid a half billion has ben paid since
tho atmlstice a total of llS.esO.OOO.
Under prtsent plans of retiring the)
years to retire tho remainder of tho
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WASHIXOTOX. Nov. 13.-U. P.)
.On the second anniversary of the
signing of the armistice that ended the
world war, America's two foremost
leaders in that conflict are making
ready to step back into private life.
Just two years ago today 1'resident
Wilson, standing in the House of Re
presentatives, read to an assembbtge
of congressmen, cabinet officials and
dlplomats'the terms of the document
the Germans had been forced to sign.
Toda, the president white haired
invalid a casualty of the great war
he helnert to end his friends say is
making ready to leave the White j
House for some quiet home where he j
probably will write a history of the":
great events In which he stood as a i
leading figure. . I
Gen. John J. Pershing heiid of the i
American Expeditionary force, soon j
will put aside the khaki. The first full
general since Grant, has finished his
reports. His work in connection wun
the army reorganization act is prac
tically over. The general expects
soon to take a trip to South America
as an official representative ot this
country. Beyond that his plans are
Cabinet Mr-mlier A:1
Along with President Wilson, there
will retire several cabinet members,
who helped carry the burden of Amer
ica's war effort. Secretary of War
Baker and" Secretary of the Navy Dan
iels are two of these. Secretary of
Labor Wilson, who helped keep the
country free from labor troubles dur
ing the days of conflict; Postmaster
General Durleson. who managed 'the
loleg-aph and telephone lines, and
Secretary Houston, now in the trea
sury and formerly at the head of the
Argkulture Department, will also
I leave the cabinet.
But if the war leaders arc passinT.
America still has before her sifflclestj
reminder of the days when the fle -man
hordes were turned slowly bak.
Throughout the country on new
Sunday memorial services will he Ueld
for more than 100.000 American sold
iers who were killed or died of disease
114 465 is the exact number, accord
ing to government statistics. Presi
dent Wilson has officially proclaimed
next Sunday as the day for memorial j
Some American troops are still In
Kurore. They constitute the army of
occupation, 4 5,000 strong at Conlenz,
Germany, where the American forces
were assigned undfr terms of the ar
live Different IJfc
A ud according to all reports, these
We will sell at the Hendricks ranch one quarter mile East
of Nolin, on the river, the following described livestock and
Ten Head Work Mules, ages 4 to 9,
weight 1000 to 1200.
Three Mule Colts, coming 2 in spring
One Sucking Mule Colt
One 10-ft Dis Harrow
Five Sets Harness
One 10-horse Shenandoah Hitch
One 6-horse Shenandoah Hitch
One Plow Share Gundcr
One Vi-in. Wagon with wheat rack
One Water Tank ,
One Mower and Rake
One 20-ft. Harrow
One Feed Rack
Two Oliver 3-bottom Plows
One Fanning Mill
. One Roller Chop Mill
One 4-horse Gas Engine
Two Work Horses, 4 and 5 yrs.old,
4 . weight 1200.
Two Colts coming two.
Eight Milch Cows, 2 to 6 yrs. old.
Two Cows coming 2 yrs. old.
SATURDAY, NOV. 20th
; SALE STARTS AT 10 A. M. j
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
, TERMS OF SALE: All sums under 1100.00 cash, all
sums over $100.00 time will he given until October , 1921, on
bankable notes drawing 8 per cent interest. 3 per cent dis
count for cash on all sums over $100.00.
E. A. Hendricks John Fisher, Owners
COL. WM. F. YOHNKA, Auct. E. L. SMITH, Clerk.
Two Spring Calves
One Ilolstein Bull '
Three Duroc Sows, 17 pigs
One Reg. Poland China Boar
14 Fat Hogs
One Marino Buck, 8 Ewes
One Studebaker Hack
One Wagon and Hay Rack
14-ft. Wheat Rack ' '
Spring Tooth Harrow;
One McCormick Mower and Rake
One 12-in. Walking Plow
One 14-in. Walking Plow
One Hand Cultivator and Seeder
One Cream Separator , 7 '
Three Sets Harness
Hay Stacker Complete r' V
14-ft. Watering Trough " '
One Oil Drum and Oil - . . '
Five Dozen Chickens
Twenty-five Tons Grain Hay
Other Miscellaneous Items.
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