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CAMPAIGN FOR PRUNE
DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, ' THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10,-1021.
Whv are fmmt mnrrinc:. comparer!
o a furum-e? Th pour Iiontlon fac
tory girl, mliu from the iurb curiously
wntrhfd the wrrlrtinj flirty mm out
, fil' tho rhuroh, rjil-ally rcniaikert:
"Mrrin(r nukra me think of the fur
rrncd at the work- you (Maud a food
chnno of (TiMttiis; humi."
. Wan hrr itlwvatlon a prophecy of
1h trials that 1 iv hrfoie Hie miv-n en-vk-d
bride nd groom of nil London?
Vns their outwnrd show of happiness
only a camouflage to rover the pain
that was In th'ir hearts? See this
rwwrful new drama fit the Altrt
Theatre today. It in entitled "The,
Furnace,- and Is a pict urination by
William I. Taylor, via llealart, of a
new RnUsh nmpl by "Pan," an
annoymnn writer who is Just now
quite the sensation abroad.
M CK JO l'S TO SI IOW
, . IS A I.IVIXY CITASK
The wildest ride that Yietorville,
Oal., once the headquarters of the
toughest men the West has produced,
has been In many years, was that of
Buck Jones, the Fox star, and Pat
Harmon in the making of "Firebrand
Trevislon," on the great Verde ranch.
The picture, adapted from a story by
Ksw They Im Bsen Endored and How C?ercom3 -fey
Lydla E. PInkhara's Yegetabls Compound1
Experience of a Providence Woman
Sis"' , ;li
tite. At time I could hardly do my housework. I got medicine from the
doctor bat it did not help me. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
advertised in a newspaper and took it with good results, and am now able to
da my housework. 1 recotnmetid your medicine to my friends and you may
publish my testimonial." Mra. Chester A: Ball, R. 15, Fayette, Ohio.
An Illinois woman relates her experience:
Bloomington, 111. "I was never very strong and female trouble kept me
so weak 1 had no interest in my housework. I had such a tackscho I could
not cook a meal or sweep a room v. ithout raging with pain. Rubbing my
back with alcohol sometimes ease J the pain for a few hours, but did not stop
it. I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and six bottles of it
have made me as strong and healthy as any woman ; and I give my thanks to
it for my health. "Mrs. J. AMcQi;iTTY, 610 W. Walnut St.Eloomington, 111.
The conditions described by Mrs. Cassen, Mrs. Ball, Bnd Mrs. McQuitty will
appeal to many women who struggle on with their daily task3 in just such con
ditionsin fact, it is said that the tragedy in the live3of some women is almost
beyond belief. Day in and day out they siave in their homes for their families
and beside the daily routine of housework, often make clothes for them
selves and for their children, or work in their gardens, all the while suffering
from those awful bearing-down pains, backache, headaches, nervousness, the
' blues, and troubles which sap the very foundation of life until there comes a
time when nature gives out. and an operation seems inevitable. If such
women would oniy profit by the experience of these three women, and remem
ber that Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound is the natural restorative
for such conditions it may save them years of suffering and unhappiness.
There is hardly a neighborhood in any town or hamlet in the United States
wherein some woman does not reside who has been restored to health by this
famous medicine. Therefore ask your neighbor, and you will find in a great
many esses that at some time or other she, too, has been benefited by taking it,
and will recommend it to you. Formore than fortyyears this old-fashioned root
and herb medicine hasbeen restoring suffering women to health and strength.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Tcst-Boolt upon "Ailments Pecu
liar to Women" will be sent to yon free upon request. 'Write
tn The Lydia E. Pinkhatn 'Vcdicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts.
This book contains valuable information.
0he surest protection $ftL
vftv Jorjjersonal papers ))f
Kj in our vaults ,
mIlE loss of personal papers oft- 3
THE loss of personal papers oft
en entail embarrassment, and
at times great loss. Make cer
tain of their safety by renting a safe
deposit box in our strong vaults. The
cost is trifling.
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I Oh.irlcs Allien Seltser and directed by
Thoniu X. lleifron, is shown at the
r.-isumo Theatre today. one wcene
railed for a rtile of nearly a mile In
which Harmon, us the villain, was pur
sued by Buck Joiuni. The villain on a
llsht pony, the fleetest of foot on the
i ranch, was turned loo In it pasture
rome two milca In length lying In a
j bottom alonjr the Mojave river.
liuek, on Itlondy. his sorrel horse,
, fifteen hands hlfch and weighing 1,000
pounds, thought ha would have an
j eiiy time to catch Harmon, as the
' picture required: hut the pony ran with
Mich speed that Ruck had to chits him
for more than half a mile to get with
i in shooting distance.
! "Bluntly is one of the fastest horses
, 1 ever rode." said Buck, "but that pony
; sure can travel."
Half the population If Victorvllle
j was out to see the race, which furnlsh
i s one of the big thrills In "Firebrand
"PAYING THE PIPEIT A STORY
Ol' 1 J I I : IN NEW YORK
j Xew York, ever-changing, ever
; fiscinating and gay, is the locale of
the latest George Fitzmaurice Para
j mount prod'.iiAion, "Paying the Piper,"
' which will he. displayed at tho Arcade
Theatre today. It is an original stor
Providence, R. L "I took Lydia
E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
for a female trouble and backache.
It began jast after my baby was born,
and I did the best I could about get
ting my work done, but I had awful
bearing-dow,n pains so I could not
stand on my feet. 1 read in the papers
about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound and the good it was doing
other women, and I have got dandy
results from it and will always rec
ommend it You can use these facts
as a testimonial if you wish." Mrs.
Herbert L. Cassen, 18 Meni Court,
Providence, R. i.
Ohio woman for thrre years
could hardly keep ntout end
do li-r housework she was soil!.
Made well by Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound :
- Fayette, 0. '"For about threeyears
I was very nervous and had backache,
eideache,.dragging-down pains, could
cot sleep at night, and had no appe
V"' :c p.. x:
W'Llln u't iw rnwwm.1 'V J
ty Otiida Bergnre, who wrote the con
tinuity for that other Fiumaurice
masterpiece of New York, "On With
tho Dance," and it possesso. scenes,
characters end situations Just as con
vincingly real aa did Its predecessor.
For "Paying the I'ipoi'," the author
ess chose pei wns typical of Xew York
Wall Street millionaires who have.
heartlessly marched to tho top; their
ppoiled, reckless offspring;, ambitious
hardworking professional people who
find their defeat or success in the Kreat
metropolis. Around them she has spun
a theme showing that money cannot
buy the happiness, or the most desired
things of life.
Dorothy Dickson, the famous danc
er, makes here screen debut In this pic
ture. Others in tho cast include
Oeonre Pawcett, Kohert Sellable, Alma
Tell, Reflnald Denny and Uod U
: AUTO TAX MAY TREBLE
WASHIXGTOX, Feb. 10. (1. P.)
Trebling the present tax on liquor for
medicinal purposes, hisher levies on
tobacco, Snd cisars and a federal tax
on automobiles was ursed in the house
as a substitute for the excess profits
tax by Representative Good, chairman
of the appropriations commiUee.
URCHIN LOOTS STORE;
CAUGHT TOOTING COR MET
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 10. (A. P.)
A seven year old bandit, who rode
to his .scene of operations an a tri
cycle, is charged with taking Jewelry
and other valuables from local apart
ments by (he police. He was arrested
esterday while tooting a cornet, a
I art if his haul.
The youngster, according to police,
slated he first rang doorbells and
when no answer, he entered and ram
TOHACOO ACUKS OCT
RICHMOND, Va Feb. Hi. (A. P.)
Resolutions urging the reduction of
tobacco acreage to one half were
adopted today at a meeting here of di
rectors of the tobacco association of
the United States and bankers from
the bright tobacco growing sections
of Virginia, North Carolina and Ken
fU, DROPS ACAIX
KANSAS CITT, Feb. 10. (A. P.)
Crude oil produced in Kansas and
Oklahoma dropped to one half the
price quoted 1G days ago.
One-p'.ec tailored Urcbjj will
gain be la favor thn eprliig for
street wear either with or with
out separate coats. This mode!
U In midn'Kht blue tricotlne and
satin lo mairh. The skirt is slit
into six panels' alivwing Cue un
derdrecs of satin Bhoulder tab
of satin, eattKht In at the walat
line, are so liiudralion.
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The idea of setting aside a week to
he known as Oregon l'runo eok,
during which time efforts will he
n-ade to Induce cviy resident of the
state to consume a quantity of Oregon
grown prunes, or to send to Kustern
friends a fiunntity of the fruit, Is cre
dited to Fred A. Ktirtx, son of .
Frederick Kurtz, the pioneer of tho
pinna Industry In Oregon,
Plans for the campaign Include n
proclamation by the Governor, hi
v hlrh he will ask the co-operation of
the people of the State to get behind
the mntwirient to boost one of Ore
gon's leading products; tho active
support of the leading clubs aiv.l
commercial orgnnlxutioitsa, publicity
through the press of the State, an
nouncing the uihlress of the growers'
agents where orders may be sent for
quantities of the fruit which will be
lull down nt any railroad station
or postoffice at a price within the
reach of all: special prominence giv
en by the hnte and restaurants In
serving the fruit during the cumpatsn,
and many forceful ways of bringing
the prune prominently before the peo
This Year's Crop
This year's prune crop is given lis
3O,im)ii.00ik pounds. Of this amount
there remains approximately 22,000,
000 pounds, unsold and in the hands
of the growers and packers. The
growers have decided to sell their
product lit a reduced figure in order
to close out their holdings and to
leave a clean slate for next year's crop
By this method, it Is claimed, both
the grower and the consumer t will
T.oudlncr Men Interested
Leading ' men of tho Stute, in nil
lines of activity, have given thoit
hearty approval to the plan and are
unan'.mons in their prediction that
when launched the campaign will be a
j reat success, resulting in, unending
good to the prune Industry.
Prune Week is February 14 to 19,
and if successf .il will be made an an
IARGEST SHIP AFLOAT
NEW YOEK, Feb. li. (A. T.)
Restoration to overseas commercial
trade of the 50,000 ton passenger liner
Leviathan, the largest ship afloat, will
be considered by tho t'. S. shipping
board, it was learned here recently.
The ship, after completing her work
as an American transport, has ten
bins idle. Itids for her recondition
ing offered about a year ago called for
VJ OOo.onO to $10,000,000 expenditure
to restore her to normal condition.
This work now could be done, it was
raid, for several millions less.
SIZF OF r. OF o.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu-
Fcne, Feb. 19. The enrollment In alt
department of the University of Ore.
Ron for the present Bchool year has
reached a total of 4,026, according to
figures given nut by tho registrar.
This includes the enrollment on the
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MARRIAGE IS LIKE A
When two people marry without
love then life becomes a furnace.
In.uead of a sacrament, it becomes a
wrllettc or a sacrifice. Jealousy,
Vntrert, revenae feed its flames until it
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