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DAILY 15A2T OSESOSIAH, PENDLETON, OEEGON, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1020.
" for clean oil w
-4 J 1 !
OIIIb Key Kirk to Elmer A. Merritt
$1.00. Lot t. Block 3, Kirk's Add.
T. J. Iurhln to O. M. HUiwen $800.
1Ah 1, 11 and 12, ftlock 6, original
lown of Frecwater.
John Ii .Oilllland to Kdwerd Otla
Parker. 1260. 1-2 Intermit in HVV 1-4
KW 1-4 Hen. 29, Tp. 1, N. P. 29 .
Matilda to W. H. Hneperd . $225.
Lot 7. Block 21. Umatilla.
Hermlston Hunk Trust Co. to J.
H. Held $100, 1-2 Interest in 8E 1-4
Kec. 35, Tp. 3, 8. It. 31.
Homebuilding Co. to J. M. Scar
borough $10. 1-5 IntereHt In Lot 9,
Hloek "F," in 2nd Add. Hermlston and
1-6 interest in l4it 7, Block "F", 2nd
Harvey T. Daniel to Canadian Am
erican Land Co., $100. N 1-2 NE 1-4
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Hec. 20 and VV1-2 NW 1-4 Bee. 21, Tp,
Women of Middle Age
Owing to modem methods of living not one woman in a thousand
approaches this perfectly natural change in her life w ithout experi
encing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms.
Those dreadful hot flashes, smothering spells, fainting spells,
nervous troubles and irregularities arc symptoms that should have
prompt attention. These two letters prove what a successful
remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is for women
at this .time of life. ,
These Two Women Helped During Change of Life.
Taunton, Mass. " I could not eat or Iliiludclphia, I'a. " I want to let you.
sleep fcr nix rior.tlm.had f aiming wiis Know wnat gooa Lyuia a. miKiiuiii s
und could not walk wkhout help for
three monthH.caust'd by female trouble,
jly couxin, who wan a doctor, told me
to take Lydia E. linkham's Vegetable
Compound and it helped me greatly.
Then during the Change of Life I used
the same remedy, I am seventy years
old now and am able to do my own
housework and walk one miletochurch
every Sunday morning and evening. I
nm recommending the Vegetable Oun
pound to my friends having the name
troubles as I had. Your remedy is the
best on earth. I cannot lind words
to express my gratitude for it." Jl in.
Susan CI Staples, 157 11 School St.,
Taunton, Mass. '
VeKetable Comiiourd has done me. I
had organie troubles and am gciin;?
through tho Change of life. I was
taken w ith a pain in my side and a bad
headache. I could not lie down, could
not eat or sleep. 1 suffered something
terrible and tho doctor's medicine did
me no good at all my pains got worse
instead of better. I tagnn taking the
Vegetable Compound and felt a chango
from the first. Now I feel fine and ad
vim; anyone going through the Change
of life to try it, for it cured me after I
had given up all hojics of getting better.
I will tell any one who writes to me the
food it has wne me." Mrs. Maiioaret
an,743 N. 2oth St, Philadelphia, I'a.
, 8. It. 81.
Canudlan American Ind Co. to J.
C, Comllns $1. Hume description..
T. 13. Bufflngton 1o Melis Btone-
hraker $2500. W 1-i lota 6 and 7,
block 23. Bea. Add. f'endleton.
Melissa Sloncbraker to Bam Field,
K00. Hame description.
The Home Building Co. to O. P.
nrlgham $10. 2-6 interest in Lot 7,
Block F. Second Add. Hermlston.
O. P. Brigham and II. T. Fraser to
J. H. Bold $10. 4-6 interest In Lot
2nd Add. Hermlston.
J. M. Hcarborouxh to Genevieve
Reld. $10. Lot 12, Block D, 2nd Add.
Wm. Orchard Hayes to J. C. Ash-
worth $10. Mete and bound tract In
HE 1-4 8ec. 6. and mete and bound
tract In Section f, Tp. 2, N. It. 33.
H. W. Collins' to John McPhall
$2000.00 8E 1-4 NVV 1-4 8ec. 12, Tp.
2. It. Ft. 33.
O. W. R. & N. Co. to Elvlna M.
N'orrls $10. Lots 7, s. 9, 10, 11 and
12. Block 7, Railroad Add. to Athena.
Elvina M. Norris to Chaa. Dickey,
$200. Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12. in Block
7, Railroad. Add. Athena.
O. W. n. & X. Co. to Wm.' Bchrlmpf
$1. Lota 11 and 12, Block 9, Railroad
P. W, Dayton to Lora J. Terry, $1.
Lot 2, Block 84, Frcowater, N 1-2 Lot
13. t)lock 182, Res. Add. Pendleton.
Wm. W. Boothby to Daisy Knotts,
$1.00. Be 1-4 BE 1-4 Sec. 27. XW 1-4
8V 1-4 Sec. 20. Tp. 2, 8. R. 34.
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Women of Middle Age Should Depend Upon
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PINKMAM MEDICINE CO LYNN.MA S
HOUSE PASSES BILL .
SAVE YOUIBEU II
by having your Raw Fur mad Into
at our placet At th same time your
old ones remodeled, repaired, cleaned
so they look Ilk ur, At prices that
are right. In
we mount anything from a fly to an
M. IL MOHTt
SonVane. Warfi. 9 Bernard St,. So.
Writ about our deer head contest.
WOMEN XNpnT TRIAL,
EDMOXTOX, Alta, Dec. 14. (A.
p.) A woman lawyer pleading the
ci.se of a woman prisoner before a
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
woman magistrate and a woman or
dcrly in attendance waa the unque
siiectncle In court here recently. Emi
ly Murplry waa the magistrate and
Miss H. K. Marclay the lawyer. Mrs.
Murphy in her few words of welcome
to Miss Barclay declared she felt the
Chronic and Narroug Diaeawe ad i event to be a milestone in the history
Dlicinoa of Women. X-tiay ji.iw
rample Bldg. 9mm 11
I -The Why
I of It
of the proving where women are con
CLOTHING MILL MAKES
BIG SLICE IN WAGES
1 There are reasons for the steady Increase in J0)!?1'
It is the Intense and lasting heat that la making it the favorite coal.
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Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 14. (A,
P.) Pacific mills and Arlington
mlllu, making common clo'.hes, have
announced a wage cut ' of approxl
mateiy 22.5 percent for 16,000 work
crs effective December 20. No word
on wage reduction came from the Am
erlcan Woolen Company.
Will Resist Itcdiicttnns.
NEW YORK. Dec. 14. (A. P.)
Reports from mill centers Indicate
Z.illmt all wage reductions will he re
Isisted. John Golden, nresldent of the
United States Textile Workers of Am
erica today said. ,
40,000 Workers Affected.
New Bedford, Mass., Dec. 14. (A.
P.) Wage reductions affecting 40,000
workers In the cotton wills here to be
effective on Monday, are announced.
2 FOR 2.c AND UP
Trade SuppHtsI by
cixtAN !!: in imorc.iis
Taking Desperate Chances
It Is true that many contract severe
colds and recover from them without
taking any precaution or treatment.
and a knowledge of this fact leads
others to take their chances instead of
Riving their colds the needed attention
It should te borne in mind that overy
cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vi
tallty, makes the system lcs able to
withstand each succeeding attack and
paves the way for the more serious
diseases. Can you afford to take such
desperate chances when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy; famous for its cures
of bail rolds may be had for a trifle?
C ImmlXTluln's t'onsrh Remedy the
The soothing and healing properties
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, its
(feasant taste and prompt and effec-
"J; 'tual cures have made It . favorite with
f! people everywhere. It is especially
: prized- by mothers of young children
;for colds, croup and whooping cough,
ies It always affords quick relief and
Is free from opium and other harmful
When Yon Are Constipated
! To insure a healthy action of the
1 bowels and correct disoorders of the
liver, take two of Chamberlain's Tab
'lots Immediute'y after supper. They
'will not only ause a gentle movement
of the bowels, without unpleasant ef
fects, hut banish that dull, studlp feel
lug, that often accoompanies constl
Mrs. ljuua It. Iloyt Itocommcmda
I "I have frequently used used-Cham-berlaln's
Tablets, during the past three
'years, and have found them splendid
'iter headache and bilious attacks. 1
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. (U. P.)
The proposal to temporarily halt im
migration Monday finished the first lap
of Its couse through congress when
the house adopted the Johnson bill by
a vote of 293-41. As finally amended
just previous to Its passage, it provid
ed that all Immigrants be barred for
a period of one year and that wives
and blood relatives of naturalized im
migrants may be admitted.
lfofeat In Senate Predicted.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 14. (U. P.)--The
Johnson immigration hill as am
ended to prohibit all immigration for
one year yesterday was passed hy the
house. It now goes to the senate
where its defeat is predicted by sen
DANIELS FROWNS UPON
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (V. P.)
The agreement between England, Ja
pan and the United States to limit
naval armaments does not meet with
the favor of Secretary.fiantela, l.e told
newspapermen Monday. He said that
he would endorse the understanding
to reduce sea power only In the event
it becomes worldwide in character.
Agreement among any certain powers
would appear too much like an alli
ance and would arouse the suspicious
of other nations Daniels said.
The secretary indicated thnt when
he goea before the house naval com
mittee tomorrow to report his naval
construction program he will urge that
an increase of the American navy Is
Imperative until the the United States
enters a world-wide disarmament
HOW many miles with
out changing engine ofl?
Dirt arxumulates in the ofl of
every engine carbon, road dust,
fine particles cf metal, and gasoline
that has escaped past the pistons.
This dirty, dluted oil circulating
through y ocr engine causes xmnec
essary wear on hearing surfaces.
Have it drained out novo and
fresh oil put in the crankcase.
We can do that for you conven
iently, quickly, eajiKraically with
Modern Crankcase Geaning Ser
vice. We use Calol Flushing Oil,
the new, scientific flushing agent;
which cleanses thoroughly with
out danger of contaminating the
supply of fresh oil. And to assure
correct lubrication we refilj the
cleaned crankcase with Zerolene of
the correct grade.
Bring in your car today. Modern
Crankcase Clearing Service will
give immediate better engine per
formance. Done regularly it will
lengthen your car's useful life. K
C. H. 15ELTZ, Highway Service Station, East Court St
PERKINS & A3DIONDS GARAGE, 630 Cottonwood St.
McLEAN & SNA VELY GARAGE, 616 Garden St.
0. F. STEELE SERVICE STATION, Raley and Matlock Sts.
JOHN LEUER GARAGE, 518 Willow St.
NEIL & BARKER GARAGE, Riverside Ave.
BUNCH BROS. MACHINE SHOP & GARAGE, Adams, Ore.
been officially declared champion of
her class In Idaho, according to an
nouncement received from the Amer-
cian Jersey Cattle club hcarquartcrs
at New York.
The pure bred Jersey was started
on the merit test at three years and
six months. The test shows that thn
U. OK O. HAS CHAMPION COW Idaho chamnion a. nrodii-d S im a
atUht UW, Idaho, Dec. i4. Eagle's pounds of milk and .195.2s nnunds of
Jersey Queen, a pure bred registered j butter fat. This record has made the
Jersey cow, owned by the University I animal unqualified champion of the
of Idaho college of agricultural has state.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department
arc. only too pleased, at any time, to
i speak a word in praise of them," writes
Do 'Your Christmas Mailing Early
' lusiness sresuMsl
good xny o&ierzocty . . .
AVIAN'S financial intentions are
shown by his past perform
ances. If you open an ac
account with a reliable bank it will
assist you to gain actual results. Our
knowledge of the business develop
ments of this community equip us to
am trrrrt-r frrrrn rnrj
S Mr. Ura SI. Uoi't, Iiockport, N. T.