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DAILY EAST OBEGOtflAN. PENDLETON. OBEGON. SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1920.
How would you like to liny lrlolri
teak at 14 cenl a pound T. Would
you fill your bnement If coul wad Hell
ing at t'i a ton? Would your "weat
your Old clothe" la an all-wool milt
could be pure tinned for $19 How
about ahoea at $3.60 per pair; women'
heavy grade itllk hoe for 80 cent a
pair; and a full weight loaf of bread
for 3 cent?
Junt Imagine, for the aake f com
parison with present day commodltlea,
a allce of 40 per cent from the price
In effect throughout he country In
' 11110. You would have, approximately,
the above flgurea quoted to you by
What nun that to do with the prlcea
of today? you aak. . .
Thla unique comparison la advanc
d by the 13. P. Goodrich Rubber Com
pany, In announcing to the consumer
their reduction ranging to -IS, per
cent In tli price of pneumatic tire
and tube, to Illuminate the .fact that
there la at leaat one commodity, name
ly automobile Urea, thut today Bella
for approximately 40 per cent teas than
In 110. ' '
In an official tuteinatit thecompany
"In view of the fact that before the
present recession In prlcea, tiro or.
tuully gold for iiti per ocnt lea than
they did 10 year ago and at the oume
time give their ownnra nearly double
the mlleuge, the publlo haa been alven
an unusual demonstration of the an v.
ing In modern quantity production.
Today, tire coat the user approx
imately 40 per cent les than In 1110.
"The Goodrich company realm
thut condition can never return to
normal without reduction In the cost
of practically all commodity of life,
and It la determined to add In the
movement even though by ao doing. It
autfer a los for the time being. The
company feel that It will be more than
coinpenKuted By continuing to assist It
cuatomer to get back more rapidly to
rormal living condition.
"A recession of tire price will have
a beneficial effect on the entire auto
mobile IndiiHtry. It will prove to be a
l.ig forward at ride toward rastorlnn
the entire Industry to normal produc
tion and prosperity. Bcore of cities
In which automobile, pari anu ac
cessories are made will feel the Im
netua of lower tire prlcea reflected In
fm-rHKWl nroductlon. Any action
tciidin- to lower the coat of motor
vehicle operutlon cannot help but reuct
favorably for the management and
employee .of the allied automotive
'Furthermore, the lower coat of
automobile maintenance will stimulate
their uae by present owner and en
courage purchase by prospective own
tra. , Moat important, though, will be
the effect on transportation, both pas
senger and freight.
"Cheaper tire mileage atanda out In
hold' relief by further emphasizing to
the travelling public the economy of
automobile, travel as compared with
transportation by rail. Before the tire
price" reduction travel by train was
more expenslce and less flexible than
motor travel considering of course,
that automobile average three pass
engers to the car. .Now the saving Is
further accentuated In the motor car'j
favor. 'Increased highway transporta
tion Is certain to result.
"Truck transportation, too, will
benflt. The recent increase of 33 1-3
per cent. In railroad freight rate St
also expected to stimulate motor truck
haulage, particularly since the wide
spread construction of good roads Is
tending to eliminate oneof the greatest
obstacle to thla form of transporting
No After Regrets
You are sure of satis
faction when you make
your table beverage '
Coffee drinkers delight
in the change because
of greater comfortand
the price is attractive
because so moderate.
All the family will like
the flavor of Postum
At Grocers Everywhere
Made by Postum Cereal Co, Inc.
- - Battle Creek.Mich,
: FOR BATTERIES GIVEN
Special attention to one's automotive
battery einilpment Is vitally necessary
these cold duy. H. W. Graham, man
ager of the Wlllard Rervlce Station
today declared. Mr. Graham declared
that care must be taken for a number
of reasons, chief among which are the
Winter day are ahort and often
stormy; winter night are long and
dark. In winter you use your lights
The engine is cold, the oil stiff, and
carburatlon is slow. It is hard to
ctank the motor and it takes longer.
You run your car at slower speeds
tnd for short distances only", bo that
the battery gel less current from the
generotor, although it must give out
more current to lights ana starter.
If you lay up your car and pay no
attention to the battery, It will graa
uallv become discharged, the water In
the aolutlon will evaporate and the
plate will harden. When spring
ccme you will find It either maimed
for life or dead past all hope.
A a battery discharges, more and
more of the acid I drawn Into the
olates. consequently proportion of
water In the aolutlon will Increase.
Water freexe at 32 degree Fahren
heit and an entirely dicharged bat
tery left exposed to cold will freeze
. iitila helow 32 degree. A froten
battery I seldom worth repairing.
ITU- TKXT OP BIBI,K ON STOXF.
TOKIf. Nov. 20 (A. P.) Students
of the history of Christianity In Japan
are interested In the recent discovery
near Osaka of a tombstone over 300
year old bearing the Christian name
"Maria Uyeno" together with a hook
In which the full text of the Bible Is
copied In the Japanese kana charac
tem. The relic are behaved to es
tablish the fact that Christians lived
over 300 year ago In the village of
Klyotanlmaru where they were found.
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Women are always impressed by
the quiet good taste of its cphol
8tery and interior fittings.
They appreciate, too, lue ease
with which it can be driven, and
its unvarying economy.
N. .''dan 'CI
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The gasoline consumption is unusually low
' Tba tire inilesgs is unusually high
' Cor. Water and Main. Phone 9G3
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IN the lines of the Paige seven'passenger Sedan there is a touch of
formality that is suggestive of refinement in the highest sense of the
term. From the standpoint of elegance in coach-building, this exquisitely
designed Enclosed Car stands unsurpassed by the finest creations to be
found in either America or Europe.
But, quite aside from its outward impressiveness, the Paige Sedan is a car
of practical utility. With large side-windows that can be opened or closed
as weather conditions demand, it is a vehicle of year-round serviceability,
affording the fullest measure of comfort as yet attained in an automobile.
Built on the finely balanced Six -66 chassis and having a power plant
capable of seventy-five miles per hour, the Paige seven-passenger Sedan is
a model of which any car owner may justly be proud.
You will also be captivated, we believe, with the very smart five-passenger
Brougham another artistic triumph of the Paige designing staff.
PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CWlTCOMPANY, DETROIT, Michigan
Manufacturers of Faigc biptorJDars and Motor Truckf
O. E. Holdman Auto Co.
632 Cottonwood St Phone 837
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Scarf Brings Call By Wilson
1 WABH1NGTOS President and Mrs. Wilson sot into the Whit
Home auto the other day and told the driver to take titem to 50 "I
Condult-rd.. Toe chief exeuUYe was carrying a big box of candy.
The president and lira. WUaoa got out at ft little frame house and'
gave tte candy to Mr. William H. Green, wtiose hands bad knitted
the scarf tbm prsakieat bad around hie neck.
WEDDED AT PENDLETON
(East Orogonian Special.
ECHO, Nov. 20. Two of Echo's
promiiicnt yonn(t people, Roy Halo
and Miss Olady Womack, were united
In marriage in Pendleton on Wednes
day, Nov. 17, at 1:30 p. m. Hev. John
Feeor, of the SI. K. Church officiated.
The youne people were attended by
Frank Ounhii and Miss Clydie Hale.
Mr. and Mrs. Antone Cunha attended
the wedding. The wedding party en
Joyed a dinner at Hotel Pendleton at
2 p. m. The many friends of the cou
ple wish them a long and prosperous
Journey through life. Mr. and Mrs.
Hale will reside in Echo In the house
recently vacated by Allen Mudge and
Mrs. Sherman flalioway was taken
quite sick on Wednesday evening. She
waa reported as unimproved on Thurs
day. The sophomores and Juniors are
planning to entertain the Freshmen
and seniors with a party Friday even
ing at the school hullding.
Hev. K. U Wolfe left Thursday for
I Walla Walla whore he will attend a
aietnooisi Mimoiy r-enoiu institute or
this district. Noted speakers from
Chicago will he present at the meeting.
The convention will be in session
Thursday, Krldav and Saturday.
Mrs. E. I- Wolfe and daughter H.i
.el, will leave Friday for Avon, Idaho,
tc visit there until after Thanksgiving
at the home of Mrs. Wolf's brother.
Mrs. Flossie Glover of Harrison Ida
ho is visiting at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Joel Halstead.
M. Sepanck was here from Sand
The annual turkey shoot at the Pete
f-herldan ranch on Butter I'reek will
be held Sunday, November 21.
A concrete building to house the
city pumping plant is now being erect
ed. Mrs. Alpha Teel has been ill with a
severe cold for the past week.
Ed Neil! and Mr. and Mrs. Will
Howard were here from the Galloway
liistrict on Putter Creek Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stanfield were
here on business Wednesday.
Mrs. J. F. Waller, primary teacher
in the Echo school was ill Thursday.
Veda Wattenburger, a senior, had
charge of her room.
Secret of Long1 Life1 H
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. Jt's
important and it means a lot more miles. to you.
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street Phone 595
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promises So pay a iso
Meeps his frirnca .
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Opportunity. A checking account
is a letter of introduction to Real
Business. We will be pleased to
serve you in a banking capacity.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakcslee
bhronte and Nervous Diseases and
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Electro
rem pie Bldg. Booa It
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