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DAILY EAST, CREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921.
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CmZENS OF BOARDMAN
V.:nri Oreanninn Special.)
Hoardman, sept. 10. i. k. g-
tirtclMon ui The I, fx Biological Survey
is in thUi section this week In the inter
ests of rabbit control. Several experi
ments wore tried out and arrange
ments to hMve a field man carry on
the work for a month or more. Mr.
Hatirlflcon addressed a community
meeting on tli subject lust night.
There was also, present County Agent
C. C. Calkins and Prof. P. M. Brandt
of O. A. C The former discussed the
IfcJultry industry with a view to In
creasing local flocks and staging a
demonstration for culling and feeding.
Jrof. Brandt assisted In a discussion
of the dairy situation outlining policies
ixnd practice and addressed the. meet
ing along practical Hues showing' that
H Is belter to "stow Into" rather 'ban
to "(To into" the dalrv business.
IV Finally Made Well by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
teens. Miss. "I was all run down
and nervotis with female trouble and my
T sines pained me so at
times that 1 could
hardly walk. I suf
fered for four years
with it. Then I saw
in he papersand 1 be
tTsn taking Lydia E.
i inkham s Vegeta
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EDMONTON', Altu.. Pent. ' 10. (V.
P.) Herbert Greenfield, elected to
hend the political party of the I'nltcd
Farmers of Albertu wnen tt defeated
the existing proviiioitil government
ami who will become piemler of Al
,ertu when the next parliament sits,
is a city boy who has made good on
the farm. His career is a romance
of the soil. '
Greenfield was born In Winchester,
England, fifty-two years ago. When
23, lie came to Canada. Though he
had neither capital nor rural experi
ence, he determined to become a far
mer. He .hired out s a farm hand
in Ontario. When ho had accumulat
ed a littel money and experience, he
boiifiht a farm. Stories of bonania
farming on tho prairies eamo 'to him
and. selling out. he trekked to Alberta
In 190 and homesteaded a farm. Ho
dark tn a few years a mansion hud
supplanted the .soj hut- A.. Villus .of
barns, granaries and outhouses grew
till about his home. -His pastures wore
filled with cattle, hogs and sheep, His
cultivated lands extended to the ho
rizon. The poor settler had become u
rloh and Influential farmer. . '
Now that he luis been chosen for
practically the highest honor the prov
ince has to bestow, friends declare the
qualities tluit made him a successful
farmer will make him a 'successful
statesman. , ,
Itved In a dugout. Ha had little more j
j man neaun,
j horses, He
a plow and ft
GENEVA. Sept. 10. (A. P.) The
Intelligence of his! setter dog saved the
French Alpinist, Morel, from certain
death, when the climber, descending
Voiron's Mountain, 4,8 75 feet, fell Into
a precipice breaking tolh legs. The
dog found its Way down the precipice
to his master who, unuble to .move,
wrote a message, to ms wue in croi
selte. village and tied It to the dog'?
collar, telling tilm to go home.v
pis hours later help arrived and
Morel was carried down the mountain
to ths village where a doctor t was
awaiting him, The dog conducted
cf 1 the rescue party up and down the
The first cost , t .
is practically the last
MAttr1 ALDbNuircf CULLCN LANDfS
RUPERT KU&ilS GOLDWYN Ac
ure.. directed, by DEG1NALD PAGKES
LITTLE ECHO MiSS IS
tA"WSON, Tukon Territory. A silver-bearing
area, which comprises 1,
900 square miles, and which assay up
to 7 004 ounces silver to the ton. Is be-
ins rapidly developed ty the Guggen
heims In the Yukon.
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WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
11190. Roadster tlUO. 8dn J0M. Coups 1S ;
lines. Car IU40. Screen Busln Car 124
, f Delivered
1 Main and Water Sta.
(Kast Oregonian Special.)
ECHO. Sent. 10. Sheriff Zoeth
ble Compound. I feci ; Houser, was here from Tendleton
stronger and am ! Thursday serving subpoenas on per-
3 We to do most of rav
housework now. I
Vegetable Compound to my friends and
you may cse this If ttex ii you care to
do so." Mrs. W. h. Blake, Route 1,
How many women, overworked, tired
and ailing, keep up the ceaseless tread
mill of their daily duties until they are
afflicted with female troubles as Mrs.
Elake was. and are run down, weak and
nervous. But every such woman should
im convinced by the many letters like
bers which we are constant i-publishing,
ftoving beyond question that Lydia E.
I mkharn s Vegetable Compound will
trvercome .' such troubles and restore
'fmen to'rormd health and strength.
Letters about your health will be given
csm'ul attention End held in strict con
fiflecce if you Tit to Lydia E. Pink
ham Aledicine Co., Lyaa, "i'ass.
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Oreta' Uber tnstiiution of
Eight Scbools; Sevtntr Depimreats
FALL TERM OPENS Sf.PT. 19. 1921
For mtmutinm wnu k. trtfxK
Oregon Agricultural LStgz
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I Mi v jT WAMg OWJJf.swpM Sxfertiti
sons interested In the Sommers-Bow-man
shootin? case. The trial was held
in Tendleton Friday.
George Coyn. of the Pacific Coast
Biscuit Co. was In town Thursday.
Ralph- S;iylor or Uutter Creek, was
A meeting of the school board was
held Wednesday evening whoni the
contract tor naming tne scnooi cnu-1
dien on the west of town was let to
Neil Bleakney. , It was previously
given to W. F. Staats, but owing to a
misunderstanding, Mr. Stoats did not
accept it. !
J. Ij. running", county commissioner
of Stanficld, stopped in Echo Thurs
day, he was enrouta to IJendleton on
' Gtcrge McClure of Pand Hollow was
franpactins business here Thursday.
James Coppingsr a well to do far- I
mer southeast of town was here"!
Thursday. ' I
Charles Pchmiil,' a wheat raiser of j
the Pand Hollow country, was here j
shopping Thursday. (
li. J. Shannon, county rcd master,
-and Mr. Barber, were here 1 hursday
Hill Jones of Pasadena, Cal-,- was
here Thursday in the interest of. the
l'.irif'c Borax Co.
Charles Hosgard, of Stanfleld, was a
bus'pesn visitor in town Thursday.
Frank Ayers, of Butter Creek, was
here the latter part of the week at
tending to business affairs.
C. W. Garrison, who recently leas
ed his wheat farm to Fred Depper
man, was here on business Thursday.
He was accompanied by his son Dorr.
The Garrisons will move to Stanfield,
where Dorr has work with the f Ait
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helm and chil
dren expect to motor to Portland to
day on a business and pleasure trip.
This being the fourth anniversary of
the birth of little Dorothy, In honor
thereof, Mrs. Allen Mudge will enter
tain the members of the Gaiety Club
and their children this afternoon. Re
freshments will be served.
Kev. E. U Wolff will preach at the
M. E. Church Sunday at - 11 a. m.
This will be his last sermon, as he and
his family expect to leave about the
23 for his appointment at Hartline,
Wn. . .
J. Lv Dunn of Pasco was here on
business Wednesday and Thursday. , "
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Meyers and son ,
Averell, Mr. and Mrs. Harfvey Myers
and little daughter expect to arrive
home today from Spokane where thay
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Perry and enjoying the Washington
Mr. and Mrs. E- A. Miller, of Port
land were In Echo a fer days this
The Lady Maccabees gave Mrs. Roy
Hale a pleasant surprise party at her
home Thursday evening.
Mrs. Elmer Spike, Miss Eleanor
lipike and Mrs. Mary Chaffee were
Pendleton business visitors Thursday.
Mrs. Harry Jane, of Portland, Is
visiting at the home of Mrs. J. J. Jor
dan. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fowler of Her
miston. were business visitors here
Little Mary Elizabeth Thomson is
suffering with an abscess on the
glands of her throat. . . . - ,
Otis McOarty was here Friday from
bis ranch on Butter Creek.
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a pair of
2 - you are getting the
Z, best shoe value for
-the price thatmoney
q can buy.
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" ORIENTAL KIGS STOLEN
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 10. (U. P.)
one hundred orit-ntal nigs, valued
at J57.O0O were stolen by a band of
burglars with an automobile truck.
Tiie rvr& were taken from a decorating
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These latest price redactions simply emphasize the manu
facturer's fixed policy to keep Oldsrnobile values well in ad
vance of present markets. , ,
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That the values already offered have been exceptional is
proven by Oldsrnobile standing among the first half dozen
of the big producers of the year. The chief reason the Olds
Motor works was able to establish these exceptional values
was the fact that the 4-cylinder and 8-cylinder models,
which represented the greater percentage of its 1921 pro
duction, were built and priced on materials and labor, pur
chased at the gradually declining prices of the present year.
Oldsrnobile also had the advantage of volume prodution,
and of the immense purchasing power of the General Mo
tors Corporation. In addition, its completely equipped
TYPE Spring Price New Price
great modern motor plant; its individual axle plant; its
large chassis parts machine shop; its fine new hood, fen
der and radiator departments; its automatic enameling
plant, were at last brought Into full action.' " 1 " 4
And now, through further retrenchment and economies! in
purchasing, manufacturing and selling costs, we are en
abled to offer these amazingly lower prices for quality mo
tor cars. ; ; f t
Present material and labor costs do not justify these great
reductions. The factory has simply based the new prices on
its firm Conviction that public appreciation of Oldsrnobile
values will continue to increase its production volume suf
ficiently to justify this step as sound business policy. ' '
(Eight Cylinder) ,.
TYPE- v ,v Spring Price New Price
Touring... ......$1695 $1385 Touring. ,81995 $1890
Roadster. v 1695 1385 Roadster . ,. S " 1S90
Coupe; 2470 Ni945 t Coupe 2550 2550
Sedan'. . 2470 -2145 Sedan v . 2750. 2750
Model 46 TRUCK
(Eight Cylinder) - . - ' '
TYPE . Spring Price New Price TYPE v Spring Price New Price
7Kssen ffcr ......... T. T$2450 " "$1995 Oiaisis $1750 $1295
4-Passengej . 2450
7-Passenger Sedan ........ 3750
1995 Cab . 1795
2985 Express ............... . 1850 .'
PRICES PENDLETON DELIVERY (Cord Tires and Equipment on all Models)
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