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DAILY EAST OHEOOKIAlt, PEfcStETOJT 6HECOn. TTOSDAY EVEITI1TG, MAP.C3 10,' 1921.
Kill That Cold With
People Here and There
Paaco'a olty council In planning to
make a model town of the Washington
city, aays Uns liertholet, conductor at
the N. I, train from rasro to J'emllo
ton, Ho u.vn t ho city father have
puHid 11 n ordinance forbidding nil
Karnes of chance und lino in orUlnunco
to regulate dunce.
IliiHlnewi in "better In, Chicago and
other middle went polnlH than It wiik
some time ago Hays M. C. Mctz, well
known harao dealer who arrived In
Pendleton ywiterduy. Mr. Mets nays
bimlneu him been much lighter than
last year but la now on the upgrade.
W. fl. Caatccl, lien Hhort and Albert
PetcrHon. of V'klah and Albe are In th
city today and aro the flrtrt men to
ernes over the Yellow Jacket ruad thU
rprlnir. Mr. Peterson nays It will be
at lenat two week yet before tho road
will be free of anow as H la two feet
dwp In Home places.
Jimmy Clock, who lined to sell shoe
for the Flthlnii-lliirker Co. of Tort
land, will farm In Canada. Mr. Cloc't,
who Jm woll known In Pendleton, wan
here yesterday and atuted that he plana
ti eo to Canada soon.
(VV. fWotta and son Kdwln of Helta
aro among the buainexa vltiltora In
Inn very rapidly, It In auJil, but It wu
folt that Hospital treatment wy necea
t'liarlcH Hull of Westofc is one
of the moat well known cuttlo meh of
this aectlon dcullng In blooded atock
He wua In Pendleton yesterday trans.
actlntr liualneHH, -lie la now bundling
full blooded culvea both reentered and
unregistered of tho ilolateln, roan, ri d
und pell Durham, Guernseys, und
Joreya. Mr. Hull has disposed of
sovejul milnmls within the past few
W. W. IMIlnn, slate secretary- of the
Y. M. O. A. is In Pendleton today
tntiiHucttiiff huslneHs of that organiza
tlou. Ho will remain ncre several
Charlns F. lllonm, formerly a farm
er of this aectlon, now ai lla farm ma.
chlnery. lo Is In Hie city today from
' Mr. and Mm. Waller AMiaon of
Vklah came to, Pendleton today bring
law their1 who wasl.adiy maided
soma tlmo ngo. The child ia lmrn
tho books of tho treasurer's office
Last year thai office had received
11 247 for dog taxea up to March 1 1
whereas this year there has only been
J2 turned In. '
Dt'putlca after Uoor .MiiUcih '
Uoputlea lavender and Itldgeway
aire out today running down several il-
li'Ki-d tlil'rlt atills. Teleph"n reports
iudicalo thoy havo uncovered one with
a snlull urn ou at of whlxkcy tn hand
and several hundred gallons of niaHh.
.- M, .1 ,
Miike Hi'coikI Turnover,
, The second turnover for the year
of 1920 taxes haa been made to Coun
ty Treasurer firace Gllllum. The sum
amounts to $35,279.(19 of which 121,-
1S 4.6 1 goes to the general fund.
Normal Teacher Scare. ,
That there Is a scarcity of trained
teachers Is evidenced by the fact that
to dute there have been no applica
tions for position In the county
schools from teu.ch.er trained In the
normal schools. There are, however,
any number of applicant who have
not hud normal training.
I'Ywcr JXkh In Pendleton
' There are elther'fewer dogsln Pen
dleton or fewer owner according to
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
P You win soon be plying the old upade out in the 9
gback yard, making; your Bummer garden. To insure 2
yourself crisp lettuce and radishes, fragrant onions, g
R rich red torriatoes and all the things which seem the w
'"tocBt'when picked "fresh from the garden. ' ' q
Get your seeds early, while the assortment is
complete. We have the best varieties of tested seeds,
The Economy Grocery
113 West Webb St F
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
nKi:rn is appoixtki.
WA8H I NOTO.V, March 10. (A. P.)
Hecreiary of War weeks ha an
pointed Newton liaker, former secre
tary of war, colonel In tho officers re
CASCARA r QUININE
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Tk no chance. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze.
Breaks up a cold In 2 hours Relieve
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache " s
Quinine In thi form does not affect th head Cascara 1 best Tonic
Laxative No Opiate,!) HAT.
ALL DR UGGISTS SELL IT
M.MtKKT IJKMAIS STPAUY j
POKTLAND,' March )0.-t-(A. P.)-r-
Markets are Mendy. ' ' r " 1
TnM way bem lanrfvr, 9W hcstihr,
iioowyoura. b Ui picture; tbj thsaowt
r to if yoa ides of ris Man reduction of
neifbt. No iUrriDf of tedieus were. 19
thyroid, no 10
mil, ew.j no f vv
01 orooj iiMt .C
iDin, tur Koroffi WZ'jJ
Ter ytm o4 J0T t a
nt. 8aia, rnisbre, r ton
mmodtfS by phyvejaoa, Add to
your oapahility u4 rfcirro.
AimM oil wbo kno you. Be
coma Hahior In reunur
In appearaDCtt, attrootMo, gain in hHhr vA
years to your lltal Tike your meaaurvmeoti
oad velfbt often and look at younli io mirror
lo know tfao treat benefit. Don't loie any
am timet otart mvm and etijey the tnrlll of
beenreinff atxlr. Aak (or boa at KOfttlft)
TAttUtES (prononnned tareent at any dma
tore, cep no anbotitat. Or mail XM
Oo oa for box: or write for freo brochure,
ftavtit U, Hi -l, tuttaa 1 New fork. E t
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
HE NT Front
MAN AND WIFK without children
want work on ranch Phone 288-W.
10 TIE STRAW VOTE
OMAHA. March 10. (V. P.) Gen
eral conference of the Amalgamated
Meat Cutters and Butchers union has
decided to take a atrik vote In every
packing: center In the United Htates
und Canada and tho referendum la ex
pected to bo concluded hy Monday.
RHINE STAND FIRM
WASHINGTON, March 10. (A. P.)
Tho American trwrps on the Rhine
ur standing pat, said Secretary Weeka.
und the state department expressed
similar attitude as to the situation
urowintc out ot the allied advance. Th
American truvpa occupy positions un
der the armistice terns and not the
I5LACK ACR 18 I'ltll.HT KPOT
IX A TIIItIIJ.IU DltAMA
FORCES AT REQUEST
OF SECRETARY HUGHES
WASHINGTON, March !. (V. P.
The reply of Panama to the Amer
ican note demanding cessation of hos
tilities with Costa Rica was received
by the slate department. The note
announced thut the Panamanian for
ces were being withdrawn from the
Cote territory at the request of Secre
tary of State Hughes.
KXPHKT bookkeeper accountant de
sires permanent" position with re
liable firm widely experienced in thin
work Addrcaa "V this office,-
BOLSHEVIK FORCES ARE
WITHDRAWN AFTER THEY
HAVE BEEN REPULSED
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
Despain 8c Lee Gash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
3 doz. 50c,
Watch our ad
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
. 209 E. Court . . '. Phone 880
H it: '.1 8.) i Id
H E LSI NG FOBS, March 10. (L. P.)
kepulsed after a determined effort
to recapture the foriresa of Kron
stadt, the bolshevik forces have with
drawn, leaving hundreds of bodies
lying on the ice, according to advices
received her today,
, . ;
Children, 5c Adults, 20c
KING W. VIDOR'S
Vice Dens and Gamblintj
Hells were wide open.
Sinister influence . Bought "to
contaminate the boys and girls
of a town for profit.
A girl, a child and a man, by
' good deeds and right thinking,
cleaned up the town, ana evil
was wiped out.N e'
Trom the PEOPLE -
Luke, a (flftantlo Southern negro, is
one of the queer characters In 'The
Family Honor," -King Vldor's first
picture for First National, which will
be shown-at the Pastime theatre today.
Luke's master Is a gambler wno
rung the- most notorious resort In the
small town, and Luke himself is not
adverse to a game of African golf. He
Is one of the "props" of the gambling
Joint and la entirely in his element.
When a roulette wheel Is Introduc
ed, however, lake's eyes open In aston
inhment at the way it takes all th
money of the village youths. He ad
mits tht "dat ar wheel hub t it ali
ober dem African golf bails for quick
Luke, while a very black nee him
self, is one of the light, hiunorou
fpots In a thrilling- romanre of a
beautiful Southern girl, whoe brother
turns out to be a gambler and wastrel
The atory touches n her love for th
son of the mayor of the town, whose
father secretly owns most of the stock
in tho gambling dejis. She hag a hard
strugale -with poverty and ruin until
a surprising event occuis which
changes hT life.
ALT A TODAY
IT'LL OF TKAC.K1MKS '
LI T XGf A MELOimAMA
"In the Heart of a Fool,'1 comins
to the Alta. Theatre today, averages a
tragedy for every thousand feet. And
''espiir. the tragedies, this feature if
not a melodrama. In fact it i quite
ihe " opposite. Dealing with th'.
eoniplex problem of marriiige, it
stands out rs one of ihe most power
ful dramas wreoned this year. S
tremendous In the story, both in plo!
and proachmenc, that no offense Is
offered by tho tragedies as they occur,
in fact, their appeal is to tlie.subcons
cious mind. , . , ; . j . .
SAYS HATES lP JOO PEIi CEXT
Weston, Ore. .
i March 10.
Kdltor East OrefQnlan: - '
Tn regard to tho present increase In
the Telephone Company rates as re
cently granted, them by their allie'a
Ihe public service commission. The
Interest of the public's welfare seems
to have been Tantonly neglected and
betrayed by Its paid "servants con
siBling' of a so-called Public .Servteo
Tho Eat Oregonian speaks of a 3ft
j ar cent increase hnvinsr been granted
to the Telephone Company by th
said Commission. Now some of us
Missourians up this way believed that
tho said increase meant a 30 per cent
Increase of tho old rates all down
But after receiving our rural tele
phono bills we find that Instead of a
20 per cent increase, these
lor un even ,iimi fit r .:iti nivic.-r m ,
tho charges for cxehance service. . n
Iff - "
.VttSE HtiART Of A fOO-
bills call their proper pointf. In the story. T
crease in wmf !, nrc wrecked, thi.hem is injm
A BEAUTIFUL ROMANCE
, OF THE SOUTH
.-RUBES1 AND ROMANCE
Everywhere, even in congested traffic, the Winton Six stands out in
marked distinction. Its character and the type of its owner are unmis
takable. Indeed Winton cars are best commended by the type of men and
women vho possess thenv ( ' iv .
The most elaborate car displayed at the Pendleton Automobile Show this
season will be the Winton touring car. , ,
.Exhibited by W. S. Rcicheit
The A. G. Stevens Motor Go.
. . Local Distributors of. Haynes and Winton .Automobiles .
Although there are seiren reels in
this production, with sen tragedies,
a trajfdy docs not happen in every
reel. They come in logical sequence at
a mine dKisler that caused many
Present (new charges Being deaths, tho son of the wnspins mine
twice, or double tho amount of lasti baron is wounded by a bullet t.r-'d b
year's chargen. a member of mob: th" Utile son ot
Now buck In good old Missouri, th'Mthe hero Is killed; the villain is
school teacher.') always declared thiit j thervllbiht'a wife goes insane and die
a SO per cent consisted of jn cents on in $ h(;;,,itj,i.
each dollar. Hut out here In Oregon , h's featiiio is Allan Ruin's pho
is now seems t? consist of 100 cents on j to-version of William Ailen White's
tho dollar whenever you run up j colclirntod lmvel.-" The production t
epalnst The Pacific Telephone Cor-U vit National Attraction, present
porntbn.. ' ! ed by Mayflower.
Now, Mr. Editor, will yoil please tell
! lis what this 30 per cent telephone in
I crease really mtansv Seems as though
: tho Telephone Company has received a
permit from its friends, the public ser
I vice commission to graft tho public to
ithe tunc of 30 per cent!
whence does that company get its 1111-
With" a bundle of . newspapers ten
der his arm, and a voice twice as loud
as nnv other kid In San Francisco's
Hut from'hinalo,vn "iMnty" fbrhts the world
set its iiii-ifor living, and makes himself News-
(boiity to make an increuso of 100 per ji,oy King, at the head of the N'owsboyV
cent against their rural patrons? (Trust. He does it all to provide a
Potter far. to let the Telephone Com- home for his old Irish mother. Then
BCff uini i.a w tTVn niS nitHIttT ICK.
Hhemsellves, alid the suffering public
I refuse to patronise such a greedy
Yinirs for a souave deal
"No-To-Uac" has helped thousands
lo break the costly, nerve-shattering
tobacco habit. Whenever you have a
h nging for a cigarette, cisur, pipe, or
lor a chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac
tablet In your mouth Instead,
to help relievo that awful desire.
i Shortly the habit may be completely
I broken, and yon are better off mental
ly, physically, financially. It's so easy
s simple. Get a box of Xo-To-Bao
land If it dojen'f release Jou from all
j craving for tobacco In any form, your
IdrmtHlst will refund your monrj
Dirty" has tt,
flirht down the feelintr th.it life "isn't
such a much.", after all, and he battles
to cot liaeK into the came and make
hlmseff the success his mother always
lonyed Ho see him.
As king of the Xewslniy's Trust.
"Dlntv's'' two lieutenants are a little
Chinese half-breed and Jolly little
coon. both. sellinS-menibers of the
Trust, and for them "Witty" puts up
many a fUht.
, One nisrht he picks tip a wallet
belonfrinjj to Jack North, the third
assistant district attorney, and returns
It to him. This is the besTlnning- of a
verv real friendship between the V'0'
and Dinty" just naturally begins to
fijrht for the 3rd A. O. A. Ijiter when
North's fianf. I'.oth Whitely. Is kld
napped by ''Kins" lorkh, Malay hatr
breed and Irader of a (tana; of cut
Ihroats, "Plnty" nuts up the one great
fight of his lifo for her.
The activities of an up-to-date band
opium smue:lers have for some
time been puialing the district attor
ney's office. This pieturesoue group
of highbinders operates via airplane
and cutter mute between Mexico, the
Orient and San Francisco, with secret
wiroMi stations and, strop? political
' We always feature glaaro both In the cut
glass and nKTvotl and etclifd glans.
' is very popular and a recent shipment en-
aW- L to.be able to supply most of your
;!f. in our rcEulur puttcru. of this dwtlnct
lve aro. . .. .
Tlio -l argt Diinion-I Dcak rs in EaMcro Oregon.
A a '
Influence to aid them.' . 'ajr " . "? T.
"Diniv" and his gang are perfectly cornea me u.x i... -
. . . ., ,k- ti,.i tva irtirMt in the storv. and in
familiar witn cninatown, ram on - - - ---- - -
surface and underground, and this 'this, of course, Dmty has a hand.
familiarity enablea "lJmty to oo a wane rui.". - -
little detective work In Just the right own on the side.
HOW won AVOID
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Another big shipment of the little sweet
Oranges -at the 'same old price of
10 lb. Box Prunes, each $1.43
Sugar, per cwt. $10 00.
13 oz. Jams, each 13c
Extra Standard Corn, per can ..I. 15c
Peaches, Apricots and Fears, 2 1-2 size, each 25c
20 Bars White Laundry Soap $1.00
Fine .Cooking and Eating Apples, per box $1.00
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