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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1821.
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POLICE STATION HELD
i Telephone ,
joy ri i, si ik or JOILDAX.
(ty Frank L. Stanton.)
Can't see the road
An' whatever waits for you.
But perhaps you're tloin' hotter
Than you 'lowed that you would do.
So jes' J'ine the chorus
Of the folks u-pullin' through.
An' get on the joyful side o' Jurduu:
Can't see the rood
But It ain't a-runnln' wrong;
Cunt glimpse the morn in'.
But it's comin' ripht along!
Daylight's breakin" '
An' we'll hail it with a sons
An' get on the joyful side o' Jordan!
Copyrighted for the East Oregonian Pub.
PLACKKDOT, Idaho, Fob. 13. (A
' v1 A lone masked bandit held ub
the police station last nitht, forced
the city clerk who was on duty into n
vault and robbed the. offieeof I15
Firemen in the flro station mljnlnlntt
tho police station heard the Imprison
ed clerk tapping on tho vault walls and
ONE WAY TO BRING HOME THE BACON
HERE are as many as fifty replies a day coming from
California to the Pacific Northwest Tourist Association
as an outcome of a short serine advertisinp-
carried on by the association designed to direct tourists now in
California to return home through Oregon, Washington and
The association, this spring, as far as funds would allow, has
carried out a very incisive campaign. Through its agencies it
lias been able to secure the names of a large number of people
jroing to California for the winter before they left home, and
.as written to each one asking them-to make the trip to or from
California via the Pacific Northwest and has sent them each
ne of its handsome illustrated books on the Pacific Northwest.
ii nas naa a copy of its folders, "Vacation Suggestions,"
with an excellent map, distributed to these tourists after they
have arrived in California, and is now, carrying three or four
column advertisements occasionally in the 'principal newspapers.
It is hard to estimate just how many winter tourists this cam
paign will induce to visit the Pacific Northwest while on the
coast, but, apart from the direct object of the campaign, it is
Laving a wonderful effect on the people of California them
Herbert Cuthbert, executive secretary of the association,
says that the California people have been attracted by this ad
vertising to such an extent that inquiries are pouring in every
day asking for all kinds of information about the Pacific North
west, and stating that they will, not may, but will, make the trip
this coming summer.
Ninety per cent of these are automobile owners and there
fore almost every portion of the Pacific Northwest will benefit.
THE MEANING OF PERJURY ,
ECONOMY AND MERIT
Combined in Hood's Sarsaparilla,
tha Blood Medicine,
In spite of the Increased, costs
and great scarcity of Important
roots herbs, etc the standard of
.quality and the quantity of Hood's
jSarsHDarilla have been faithfiilky
maintained, and are today the same
as When this medicine was first per
fected and offered Jo the public,
A bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla
will average to last three or four
weeks, while others hist but a week
or two. and some even less time.
Hood's ParsaiiarUla is effective
as a blood purifying and tonic
medicine and also after the Flit,
Crip, fevers and other deblliuUlnfr.
Wood-poisoning diseases. It puri
fies the blood, creates an appetite,
and makes food taste good.
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The Spring brings ioy both day and night,
If your machine is behaving right!
Your auto ought to be as "fit us a fiddle" If you expect to enjoy tho
Nature-brightness of the gloiious spring days that ure to come. We
-are expert cur mechanics and oun put your enr In shape in u hurry.
You only pay for the actual time it takes us, and for tho. niutcrliils
l.ct Itutl.v's Auto IVatiir look after your enr's licaltli.
C.Ynrrul.AiUo Jtepalriinr Service. Cur Hay or Xljjlit
SIASTI '.U THI CK SAI.KS AX I) SI'.HVICK
N See us in Our New Location. ,
518 Willow Street
THE indictment of Fred S. Morris on a federal charge of
perjury in Portland makes it pertinent to inquire as to
just what constitutes perjury. Morris is indicted for al
leged false evidence in helping get citizenship papers for John
L. Etheridge and the indictment was evidently returned in ac
cord with federal statutes.
There is also a state law against perjury. Lord's Oregon
Laws, section 2026, defines as follows:
"If any person authorized by any law of this state to take
an oath or affirmation, or of whom an oath or affirmation shall
be required by such law, shall wilfully swear or affirm falsely
in regard to any matter or thing concerning which such oath or
:ffirmation is authorized or required such person shall be
deemed guilty of perjury and if any person shall procure an
other to commit the crime of perjury such person shall be
deemed guilty of subornation of perjury."
Whatever else the law may mean it is plain that it applies
to all cases where sworn evidence is required or authorized by
law. In the case against Morris, a federal one, the defense will
probably be that he did not actually swear falsely but merely
failed to swear to the entire truth. ' The outcome of the case will
be interesting. '
.Not only the beautiful Danube, but everything around it, is
rather blue just now.- Minneapolis Tribune.
"They say a woman cannot keep a secret." That's why I be
lieve in having women in politics I'm in favor of pitiless public
ity." Washington Star.
Over in London, according to the headlines, they "nip plots."
Over in this dusty desert it has become quite a practice to plot
nips. Norfolk (Neb.) News.
The esteemed New York Sun has an editorial discussing the
question "Why Druggists Are Bald" We thought it was becase
tneir hair came out. Nashville Tennesseean.
"Maude's husband is the make-up man on a newspaper." "I
suppose his work is to make up those sensational stories they
print What a fascinating job." Boston Transcript
The ex-kaiser talks very sanctimoniously now but there are a
irreat manv people who have not forgotten the instructions
given for ruthlessness in Belgium and invaded France.
Scientists are proving that Irvin Cobb's lava bear was noth
ing but a myth. Being a humorist Cobb is no doubt enjoying
Novel i'mh for Tractors
The field for tho farm tractor Is
widening. Nowadays one finds them
operating successfully on such jobs as
in-rnting a sprayer, constructing
m rs., moving warehouses, rooting
up hcdg.n. drapplng logs, hauling ruajl
materialu, cutting ensilage, shelling
corn mowing golf links and a motor
cultivator even has been employed
the north to rumve snow.
BUILT FOR EXTRA SERVICE.
We Make All Adjustments.
For Sale at the Following Places
I'.llls-Scliillcr Co. (Jr-rtMin & Marty.
Highway Scrlcc Stalioll. li wctt & lliinii k.
Steele's Scrtlec Station. Perkins & Amnions.
If you buy out of Tendleton and I buy
out of Pendleton, what is to become of
Pendleton? : ' '
One half the cost of Western goes into
Pendleton labor. If all the lieople that
drink beer in rendleton, drank Pendle
ton beer, we would have a much larger
Western the cereal beverage that sat
isfies, for sale at all local fountains.
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WM. ilUCII BOTTLING
Oregon Theatre Feb. 19
Catarrh Can Be Cured
Catarrh I local disease ureatlr Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. it
thrfors requires coti'tHo001' ,rr4'"
SE?. HAUL'S CATAKKH MKDICINE
takra internally ana y
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lm-nu'lNB destrtiys the foundation of
fI ih. Butient strenrth by
improviail the awwral health and asslals
Bin lire la doing It worn.
All DnieKHls. Circulars IT-
y. i, ciwwy Co.. Toledo, Ohio,
Has Xcw Autoinoliilc Jack
resident of .New Zealand is the
Inventor of an automobile Jack con
sisting of base and head plate con
nected by toaale joint arms that are
brought together with a screw termin
ating In a crank.
la.fiiK of i Ik- IIoiw
The passirifc f t, i,orse aftaln
demonstrated l-y the ecUim of the
nsnaiiSKy County fllhlill Jf.,rs flwn.
erv Mutual I'rotectlve Association
ahtch hns been reheaHed' the
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REGINALD DE KOVEN"S COMIC
OPERA MASTERPIECB t
Special Symphony Orchestra
Special Cast of Characters
' ROBERT OF HUNTINGTON (Robin Hood) Albert Part
Piaysd dill rote with ths original Bctonlant on their lt Conrrnsntsl Tour.
Utidins tenor In Grind Open productions ot Henr, W. Svasc.
SHERIFF OF NOTTINGHAM Torn Button
Lire of Princeu Oreri Corr.pmy, London, and Alice Nieliea Open Corn piny.
SIR GUY OF GISBORNE George Olsen
Comcdim of Cbarlei Fronmen ProJuctlona
LITTLE JOHN Hsrry Lonprrcet
Founn niion Orisinil Dunbir Open Compinr.
WILL SCARLETT William Defen
FoeVth Mieon Orlninel Dunbsr Opera Company.
FRIAR TUCK Willism Whits
Litecomedlin Arthur Himmcntein'e 'Mifoc of Toklo,' "Sometime,".
ALAN-A-DALE Betty Baef
Lite Conrrilto. Ralph Dunhir'a "Salon Sineri.H
MAID MARIAN Elh Thlede
From recent Mew York OperlHc Revlvali.
DAME DURDEN (a widowed innkeeper) Madeline Hsrtfort
ANABELLE (Dame Durdcn'i daughter) Marf Baker
. Soldteti, Archera, Outlawi, Vllligera, arc
ELS A THIEDE at
Scenerr and effecw He Soiman Ax Land!.
Coarumaa br Haacka.
Prices: $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Tickets on sale at The Peoples Warehouse
Where It iays to Trade
Have your Old Tires Half 'Soled with
' V GATES. They last longer.
Gertson & Marty
639 Cottonwood Street rhona 595
FUEL S 5
E In Greater Demand and Satisfying More People
B. L. BURRQUGHS-He Has It! J
Have you seen it at our show room?
Alta and Cottonwood Sts. "
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