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TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER SO, 1020.
DULY EAST OREOONIAIf, PERDLITOir, OfcEQOll,
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IN THIS WOHUl.
0?y Frank 1 Stanlnn.)
W ith love amaxin',
Lots or Cain
le folks Is raising
Watch out dnt
l)e next ain't blazin'
Keep tie road, believers;
In thus world.
So full er sorrow.
Knll you borrow;
Watch out for
J):it hot termorrow
keep ile road, helicvers!
Copyrighted for the East OrcKonian Tub. Co.
MAKE IT A COMMUNITY MOVE
HAVING had a recent unpleasant experience with a man
who had imbibbed too much bootleg whiskey, the citi
zens of one Umatilla county community are said to be
p lanning something in the nature of a clean-up. It is an ambi
tion to be encouraged and the move will succeed if the people of
Ihe community will. personally help the cause along. A police
man can only do so much. He cannot watch a thousand people
j;t one time. If you wish your community to be free from acts
that endanger lives or bring reproach upon the community, help
?et cooperation to that end. Make law enforcement a common
cause; make lawlessness unfashionable and under the ban of
public opinion and the big part of the problem will be solved.
'J his applies in Pendleton as well as elsewhere.
THE VOICE OF PLYMOUTH CHURCH
THE fire at Plymouth church in Brooklyn, involving irre
parable loss of priceless relics, will bring regret to every
lover of liberty.
We are scarcely out of our nonage as a nation and not yet
rich in traditions. But that we are not altogethe'r wanting in
reverence for the past is evidenced by the thousands who come
every year to this shrine of patriotism to pay their tribute of
grateful memory to America's most illustrious preacher Henry
The broken stained-glass windows depicted, in episodes
from our early history, the influence of the Puritans on Ameri
can life. But the abiding influence of Plymouth -is that it was
the pulpit from which an authentic prophet of freedom preach
ed his noblest sermons.
Rpprher was the soul of colirace incarnate and. svmDathiz-
ing with those who upder slavery "had drunk of tragic springs,"
he never cringed before intrenched injustice. Having little pa
tience with those who were content with vagrant dreams of fu
ture bliss, he ever scorned the primrose path of acquiescence.
Disingenuous distinctions between the sacred and the secular
aid not interest him. The business of the church, he thought,
was to make this world a happier dwelling-place for the sons of
If there were more ministers with Beecher's vision and cour
age to voice their protests against war as he did against slavery,
in defiance of selfish politicians, America would today be in the
League of Nations instead. of sulking in our provincial Cave of
Adullam. New' York World.
Some women would almost give their souls if they could
have one ortwo children to care fpr. On the other hand a Port
land woman, mother of two little girls, left home because of
poverty and her children are now writing letters to Santa Claus
asking that she be brought back to them. It is human nature
to envy riches we do not have and to overlook the treasures we
Wherever there is suspicion of criminal behavior on the part
of anyone engaged in shipping operations or other war work
firm action should be taken. However, the mere investigation
df so called waste is about as profitable as inquiring why it
crows warm in the summer time. Economically speaking all
war is waste and 92 per cen of our federal monies go for war
purposes. Why strain at a gnat and swallow a camel .'
The American republic is dedicated to religious freedom and
puch freedom calls for sufficient latitude that people may ob
serve Sundav as thev see fit. There are wide differences of
oDinion as to what people should do on the Sabbath and the
safest way is to let people follow their own convictions.
It's easy to call a girl dear in these times, when everything
else is. Louisville Post.
NEW YORK Art mod talent, along musical line. ar looking
no" to Lady Bonntlfal Madame Marguerite D'Alvant, Termani
contralto. On the way to the United States. Madame D Alarei
heard singing the steerage below. 8he Investigated and fonad
the poaseaaor ot the tolce to be a young Irish girl, coming to Amer
ica m a domestic aervant. And today this young soagbter Lydin
jrietcher la under the wing ot Madame D'Alvarex.
NEWLYWEDS ARE GIVEN
Jane Wallan and Hazol AnRler motor
ed to Pendleton Saturday..
Mr. and Mrs. John Oglo motored to
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hale and Mr.
and Mrs. Gladwyn Spencer motored to
It used to be rude to tell a man to go to Halifax, but now
Halifax has voted wet. Worcester Post.
In the political band wagon not many men are getting up to
give the women seats. Chicago News.
Woman suffrage necessitates the revision of another popular
old savimr. Nowadavs a "miss is as good as a male." Des
The Government has Issued a free booklet on How to Save
Coal. It omitted the important injunction, however, "First get
your coal." Taeoma Ledger.
There is a Kansan who is a paster, an editor and a lawyer.
We suppose he preaches as an antidote to the practice of his two
other professions. Greenville (S. C.) Piedmont.
Luke SIcLuke says woman suffrage has created two heads
of the house in the same family. You are very much mistaken,
Luke. She remains the sole head of the house just as she was
before she could vote. Chicago News.
(East Oregonian Special.)
ADAMS. Nov. 30. Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Mclntyre of Portland arrived in
Adams on Saturday evening. ine
Kroom was ot ot aams iiruiiuiiciu
young men and lias. been farming in
Alberta. The bride was -Miss nessie
Rarly of Portland and a former school
teacher in the Adams public scnooi.
She has hosts of friends here and in
Portland. The couple is visiting rela
tives and friends here until alter me
Christmas holidays, when they will r-
tuwi to Alberta to make .their home.
A number of young people motored
out to his parents' home near Athena
to extend congratulations and surprise
them. A number of Knishts of Pyth
ias were in attendance. ,
Skating was enjoyed in the city hall
on Saturday evening. A large crowa
was in attendance and all . spent - a
pleasant evening. , Wendel Mclntyre
and Elliot Clark motored from Helix
A party was given for Adams young
people on Saturday evening at the
home of . Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Deavoign.
Those who attended were Musses W ll-
ina. and Helen Boyer, Miss Hazel An
gler, Miss Lewis Desvoign. Clyde In-
man, Clarence Power, Perry Baker
Bob Baker, Miss Evard McCollurri.
Mips Doris Lieiiallen,' Mrs. Charley
Bunch, Mr.. and Mrs. Will Boyer, Miss
Irene Dupuia, .Mr. and Mrs. Inman.
Refreshments 'were served of apple
pie and whipped cream - and punch.
Games were played and all had a dan
Dan Mclntyre and P. Mclntyre mo
tored to Adams Sunday.. . . .
Eev. E. B. Luther was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lieuallen over Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lieuallen motored
to Adams Sunday and . attended
Mr. an Mrs. Ralph Wallan and Mrs.
Jane Wallan and Hazel Angler motor
ed to Adams Sunday to attend
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kirliy and chil
dren, motored to Pendleton Monday to
do some shopping.
Mr. anil Mrs.' lnbadoe and son Bert
motored to Adams Saturday to do some
Adams high school football team
played Adams married men's team
and the score was in favor of the
Mr. Brfgham of Gilbert & Russell of
Portland, was calling on the business
people of 'Adanis Monday'.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of Athena are
the guests of her parents, Air. and
Mrs. Ira Stoll. '
Miss Helen Blake spent Sunday at
home and returned to Pendleton Sun
day, accompanied by Miss Eilene
Miss Gwendolyn Mclntyre. spent
Sunday, at home on the ranch near
The Adams chop mill la running
daily to make op for the days it was
closed for repairs.
The new concrete sidewalk is almost
done and the city is having the cross
waks put in. This Is a great improve
ment for the school children and for
the entire community as there so many
social gatherings and entertainments
in the school house.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lieuallen and
daughters, Doris and Delia, motored
to Pendleton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wallan and Mrs.
NEW YORK. Nov. 30. Joe Ktecher,
world heavyweight catch-as-cati h-can
wrestling champion, will defend his
title here against Ed (Strangler) Lewis
of San Jose, Oil., on December 13. it
was announced." The match will be
decided by one fall.
Kskx Are Imer Willi
Seattle, Nov. 30. Eggs Select local
lanch, white shells TJc; pullets SS'iiB'l
ecnts; strong 62 Cents, '
Butter,: cly creamery in cubes 5S
cents per lb.; bricks or prints 53 cents;
seconds in cubes, 52 cents; bricks 51
cents; country creamery extras cost
to Jobbers in cubes 5t cents; storage
4Stfi 51 centH. 1
Release &r bitieiiYho Suffer
IJlie multitude of American women who suffer terribly day after day
and -year af tor year from ills peailiar totheirsex is almost beyond belief
'--i-yi-t there h hr.rd!y a town or hamlet in the L'nited States wherein
some woman, and often many, do not -cside who have been restored
to health from someof the worst forms cf female ills,and often avoided
operations by takiny Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
, These Tvo Women Tell of Their Experience.
(amilhun, Ky. "I Buffered almost Onukhka, Wis. "Every month I
two Years, wiih fi liiiiie wgrkneso. I had stu.h lmins hi mvlsuk find lum r
puit of hUuiiacli I could not lie in ld.
I KUti'ered so it seemed as tLoiidi I
widiid di.'.ntnl I witsuot rCifiiUti eilher.
I Milicivd lor ay cur riu! wu., unlit to do
niy Jiou: uwork, uniM only wa.-li di.-,h-3
once u u'wliuo.' J mid au Uilvertino
laent of ulnit J.ydia 1.'. l'inkliuin's
Vegetable, ( ompmiml Lid doiw fur
other n)ii;eii Olid tenlcd to ry it, it
Kiirtly tlitl viiinit'ii for me, 1 liave
i!o p'.)ins no'.v and am ! my own
I oivrwork without any trouble ut all.
I vvLl nlv ays piu's.! your liHjiliuine in
I Co r.ot Irfilieve tl-.ei" U a doctor lliut
coiiiii .not win; uuy c:!i:!'..e, rule or
dike uuy i'xcn-U tit u!l idiou: rextiiijr.
Jf I nwi'i llie ilmir or did any kind il
work il would li.iiijr n:y hlckuess ou
i was teiik ei.il laiii,"bi!, had iiot'liurgy,'
and lifu ua-s u ijiiai-ry to me. I w.us
umter llie tait! of a good )iliysii iau for
pevern 1 iiunit lis iiikI trijd other l-eme-!k.
I iuul lead of l.yilia E. l'i!ikli:im';i
'et'elab'e Comjn Mud mill fleeideil to
try it. After Liking twelve Imttlen I
fuuiiiluiyself n il. h iinpniveil nnd I
look MS umT. I !mve never had uuy
nicio tiiui',1.! i,:i Uuit iv.-pi'ct Hik.f. I
have ilmuviui Liiid. ot work' ami nt
present in;! s i i: teiKl.uit at a S:n
Jiospiia! i,i"! ma L-eiins: ihf. I kIiuH
IllWM.VK reel lntilfl.il villi' 'eir 't;lt,le( Vi!ii-
jound.'' J.n.i.iAxTnAi.r,Ki Snithiitli
Mii-et, CiuiTiil.oii, Ky. ,
can do n' unit h tl for frtnale w.-uk-tu
ascini l.vtii.i K. I'hd.l.aiii's Vcg
tahle . t'oinpoiuiil anil )tu may a
lliese fai,ti as a te-stimonud," JIm.
l.t:TKU K. Wakncr, li, 1, IJoX 0!,
Oimlaska, Wb. .
ThoL-sands of Sach Letters Prove the Curative Value of
, av f L-y, a.
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Little 4-year-old Edwin, while out walking with his nurse,
happened to pass a blacksmith shop just as the smith was shoe
ing; a horse. On reaching' home he astonished his mother by
i-iiyinif: "Oh, mamma, I found the place where they make
hordes. . I saw a man nailin"on the feet." Chicago News.
. . If-.:. .
7)irt in your Cngim Oil-
yetrta qjvt i
A LARGE quantity of dust-laden air is "inhaled" by the
daily operation of an automobile engine.With this road
dust, carbon and fine particles of metal get into the lubri
cating oil and circulate through your engine, lowering the
efficiency of its operation. Add to this dirt the gasoline
that escapes past the pistons and dilutes the oil
Here you have a combination
that wears and tears and grinds
sway, every day adding a little
more dirt and forcing a little more
unnecessary wear on bearing sur
faces. Result: slow response less
power poor performance
shorter engine life. .
- Our 'new Modern -Crankcase
Cleaning Service is the enemy of
dirt in the crankcase it means
"clean oil in a clean engine." The
VfVl.-.Efc. 1 T ,.......'((" ..-' I - 'MmWtVW N ru.
Calol Flushing Oil we use is the
new, scientific, thorough flushing
agent that does not contaminate
the fresh Zerolcne refilled into
your cleaned crankcase. This
modern, convenient service, given
quickly and at a nominal cost,
returns your engine to you clean
and fresh, ready to give that sat
isfactory performance you expect.
Today: Bring in your car for Mod.
era Crankcase Cleaning Service
1 1 ,
Jor clean oil in a tlean eigme!
IM'K Are Ktnuujr and 1
lanlf I Irin nt Koatlk-
SI-IATTLK. -Nov. 30. Hons 379.
Strong prime 13 r,r-i 1 3." ; medium to
cb.iMT I l.l.O'ii r-'.r,0; Krnooth hivies
" it S i ii 1 l iH'; right rouch heavies a. 50
M .U; i!avi'll. lS.it,
Cattle fleeoipts 44. Firm. Prime
Fteers S.iiOJi y.yfi; medium to choice
7 . f. 0 i fl.50; rommon to grK,d r,.H04
;.: Iiest ron and heifers ..rii fr T.0'1;
ineilliim to choice c.OOSi 6.5; common
to pood S.r.0( r.,50; bulls 4.00 6.'0;
calves . JOS IS.fle. - -
may seem a long way
off but we are already
making pictures to be ,
Used as Christmas re
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C. II. BELTZ, Highway Servie c Station, East Court St.
PERKINS & AMMONDS GA KAGE, 630 Cottonwood Su
JMcLEAN & SNAVELY GAR A GE, 616 Garden St.
O. F. STEELE SERVICE STATION, Raley and Matlock Sts.
JOHN LEUER GARAGE, 518 Willow St. .
NEIL & BARKER GARAGE, jliverside Ave. . .
BUNCH BROS. MACHINE SII QP & GARAGE, Adams, Ore.
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