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PMLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1920.
The Diary of Mr. Turk E. Gobbler
Yea, again Chrutmai ! And not a day to spare in
making your plant; not a minute too early to be consider
ing tha Lalley Light ant Home Electric rver Plant at
a preaent; a present that will go all the way with every
raember of the family with every helper on the farm
and in the home; a present and a necessity that will make
jtaelf known and appreciated by the time, labor and money
it tavea, every hour of every day 365 day in the year.
So the selection of so naeful a present should not be mad
ia a hurry. Yon need time to look into this Bigger, Better
More Powerful Lalley Lieut and Home Electric Power
Plant; time to have it demonstrated to you thoroughly
"rime to have its many advantage explained clearly
find undemandingly; t ,
Time to get all the facts and proofs regarding it all
around mechanical excellence its dependability, it
quiet operation, its simplicity, its accessibility and the
exactness and precision that is built into every pan;
time to know the reason behind our slocan "DOES
MORE DOES IT BETTER." ? ,
And while getting these factt while making your comparison!
aad utiifying yourtelf that the Lalley it the on plant beii tm'ttd
tat jrour need.; just remember that the Lali.y Light and Home
ttttmc Power Plant hat back of it 10 years actual owtier use in
Ihnandi of homes throughout tin world hating a mud thai
pvta it in a quality class by itself. '
CbnJs in and ace tbe Lalley in practical operation.
BEJSURE See the Lalley FIRST
STURGIS & STORIE
lVtuilcton, Ore. Walla Walla, Wn.
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Htadqaarttm for Eire trio.
Lqmpmtnt for tn Fan
and Rant Horn.
In .the plan of the- Goodyear Tire A
riubber Company of California, for
rendering specific tire service to the
million motorists of the West, 5420
regular service stations ore now In
cluded, all identified by the familiar
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh ia a local diue greatly Influ
enced by constitutional- conditions. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE
is taken Internally and acta tll.'ough tha
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature In
doing Its work. I100 00 for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE) falls to curs.
Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio.
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TO be bought by business men for business use
is as good a recommendation as a car can have.
The affairs of executives, engineers, salesmen,
contractors are vitally important. They rely upon
Buick because of its capacity for swift, depend
able transportation, i , - '
Among the Nineteen Twenty One Models, the
Five Passenger Open Car, combining Ltuick power
with beauty and riding comfort, makes it an ideal
choice for the family, too, for the hours of rest
and recreation. . .
An authorized nation-wide Buick service doubly
Insures Buick dependability.
Prices) of the New Nineteen Twenty One
mie Twenty Oee-Fwtr Foer, rb puaenfer car .
ftftudrt TweMr Oae-Fort, f ire, 6ft rMtatftr esr
Mvtet Tvatr Ooc-Frttr ft. tor stswitcn ctwpe
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Goodyear aln, reaching even the re
This far Hung battle line hns been
established in the Interest of the great
army of American motorists because
n is ineir due. Their are many ser
vices that all these motorists have a
right to expect from these service sta-tions-and
which the service stations
expect to be called upon to furnlsl,.
In commenting on his company's
service policy, A. S. Hogan, Service
Manager, says, "We feel that not
enoagh has been done when we have
built mileage into your tires, for th.i
service Is not complete our plan In
volves helping the User to get this
miieags out of the tires. We aim to
increase mileage by meeting and avert
ing tnose abuses which shorten tire lite
and hoaft tire cost. .
"Our service stations are expected
to render certain specific services
among which are to advise correct air
Treasures, lest under-inflatlon work
the premature ruin of the tire: to
make frequent tests to ascertaii
v.hether the original pressure Is suh
.tained; to inspect casings for trend
cuts and make the timely repairs In
tended to combat this condition; to
test out breaks for even grip; to inter
change tires from rear to front wheels
to Insure uniform wear and endur
ance; to explain the uses of tire savers
and their value when used opportune
ly; to examine wheels for correct
alignment, and to guard you against
the forms of tire abuse you may in
"The service that these dealers ren
der is one of prevention rather than
of cure. They are advocates of the
'sitich in time' principle. Like the
physicians of China who are paid for
keeping the patients well, these dealers
save their patients enough in tire costs
to justify their fees. I
'They aim to apply In advance those
remedies and safeguards that form an
effectual blockade against the tire
trouble 'that might have been.'
"So the question, 'Why is the service
station dealer?' may be answered In i
this manner he Is for your conven
ience, pleasure and satisfaction. For
your tires' full value and their long i
Threads and Rubber
Threads, because they pro;
vide an easy path for passage
.of current from plate to plate.' '
Rubber because that is the
. ideal insulating material for use
inside a battery.
Ask us about Threaded Rub- ,
(ber, Insulation the kind that'
has beeii Sleeted by 136 build
jets of trucks and passenger carsJ
Garden & West Court Sis. ' '
II. H. Franklin. President of tha
tTunkiln Automobile Company, Syra
cuse, N. y., announces the appoint
ment of A., G. Maney as Director of
uistrlbution. This is a new position
which has Just been ' created. Mr,
Maney has been serving for some time
as Assistant to the I'resident In con
nection with the merchandising end
of the business over which he now has
Mr. Maney's previous affiliations
have been with the Belleville ChemiciW
Company, the Shaw Insulator Com-
pany, and the Wright-Martin Aircraft
Corporation, He is a graduate of New
York University. , ,. ,
PORTLAND, Nov. 20. a. P.)
Federal officers Friday arrested six
nersons chareed with sellinir home
brew materials, following the fine of
two yesterday $350 each in federal
court. District Attorney P.eames paid
It was the start of a campaign to stop
East Oregonian Printing Department.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
AWAIT CHANGE IN TAX
WASrtlN'GTOiNr, Nov.1 'io.-Atui P)
Complete Vevlslbh of Vrle taftff and
revenue laws, one of the most difficult
problems ahead of congress, probably
will not be accomplished until several
months after Senator Harding takes
office, a majority of the congressmen
who have returned to Washington be
lieve. The question the republican
party must settle when congress re
convenes bn December 6 ia whether
the business depression calls for am
endments to relieve some of the war
ta burdens of whether nothing should
be done until a complete tax revision
can be made.
The demand for some amendatory
action on the revenue laws Is growing
stronger. Otherwise, it is pointd out,
little relief from some taxes that are
considered burdensome could be had
until next April or May. A strong de
mand Is being made now for the re
peal of tacs on Ice cream, soda water
and theater admissions, which prob.
ably affect a greater number of peo
pie directly than any other.
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Oregon Motor Garage,
: nt-121 W Court
We have taken the Agency
for the Zenith Carburetor. Carry
ing a full line of parts. ,
LONDON, Nov. 20. (IT. P.) King
Constflnttne Is reported to be prepar
ing to leave Lucerne for Athens, hav
ing confirmed the report that Queen
Mother Olga has been appointed re
gent. Constantine, Is said to be con
vinced that nothing could stand In the
way of his resumption of the thtmne
in .view of the recent elections. The
allies cannot" pervent him or his son
i from becoming ruler, lie declared.
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