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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 24. 1917
meet the obligations placed
upon them. This should be
done with good cheer.
AM IMlKI KMiKNT NKWSI'APEB
Mr. Mann seems to have
taken the view that because
(MKr an1 Reml Weekly at IVn
tflelon. trej(on. br the
OUM.OMAN PI ULISHINO CO.
the war tax bill was drafted
by a democratic administration
it was logical for the republi
can house leader to oppose. In
that position he will not have
the support of his party. The
average citizen, no matter
what his partisan faith may
be, is for the country first and
party afterwards.
t th powtofflce at Pendleton.
mm aecoiMi-ciatta mull matter.
t
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Hotel Newa Ktand. Portland.
Keaa Co., Portland. Oregoo.
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City Official paper.
County Official Paper.
Member United PTeaa
Aaaociatloa.
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ale BHkittba. br .rrter..
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mf. mmw months, br carrier
oetn. or gamer- ,
tK-. one rear, be mall
t-Wavtl.v. aix aioatha. be a&all..
I Vekiy. four aoutha. by mail
". THE RAIiANCK.
at'a cot nothing to do with
' roe.
1 We mtjf of some incident.
. passing along.
Gaavksaly liRht in our world of
' " Klee
. Of another's need and an
other's urciiR.
lUxt Mil tbincA reach us as time
Horx by.
Fruji) the m-ronp we suffer, as
sure as fate:
Through the riiiht we Rain Just
a hit f sky.
AiJ things riuitler, or wwn or
' late.
Selected.
PROSPEROUS THOUGH AT
WAR
JIMES are good and will
remain good because
products of all sorts
Wing good prices and because
there is an abundance of em
Tployment for everyone. In
!New York City the scarcity of
labor is evidently being felt in
virw of the fact one newspa
per, the World, on Sunday car
tred 3,200 separate help want
d advertisements. What is
rue there is true all over the
cwontry. There is work for
WTybody at good wages. We
aire being given a demonstra-!
tion of the fact th nation may
le at war and still be prosper- j
MR. MANN AS A SLACKER
3N following obstructive
tactics against mthe war
revenue bill Republican
'lander .Mann manifested a
Hoor conception of his own
ssition. The republicans of the
ation are not opposed to the
proper prosecution of the war.
'They are enthusiastically for
"UTying on the struggle with
all possible energy and spirit,
'fhey realize that it takes
'mrjney to conduct a war and
that it must come from some
Mhere. We cannot levy taxes
lor tremendous war expenses
without Teduring someone's
pocketbook. It is useless to
try and it is useless to attempt
a taxation that will be abso
lutely equitable in all respects.
2t cannot be done. The only
"ronrxe is to make a levy that
"will Recure the necessary
amount of money with the least
hardship on people. When
that has been done it then be--mea
the duty of people to
MEDICINES, LIKE MEN
HAVEJHARACTER
I-rona ti-t r tjrw nfaro n(n-aranc
trMMtl ij.e vinuun rlfnM-n( f
4 r I ti lluil lci 11 make up (tie
tjaiMlinit f a- r-mJy. MitludlnK fi'e
dial mnA aM.hite i . . t - i i "imk.
Kiwi" M citre' HimmI'm Km T :t -
x)lla ai.J IVptlJVMl I'llla lofM-lulv-iy
a.nve e v i-r t:jt nial ihey are meiti
tiiin of Die li;ltt clui rat'ln .
I W hmI . ArMiiaril irtrif?te1 in a
fto m m siMfeift.il pr.-criptin.
fetMiruM I'.tls. named from 1 m
tro. inHuilr nus and pt her toittr.
eV arruf uUt. e. atna. li iiithit n. If )) I
t inauli ind other eroptiona fr Iom.
f ipi'lHe. indi;etin an.l lvper-la
- htr kotner and lntr trouoi- lor
mm Mpiiettle. lltnl lire.1 flinif
f.r bru.afi.iE. lrv Mhi.ilon.
m"Mtn mmiI (-.r. thin ti!tMi Hoods
l.rAMnilA mil -eiron I'llla niala
I le kdn.i .inline of me.loitw. I'.e
2aVimr l-fut-e tlie.!.. the lai'tt afler.
GERMAN SUBSTITUTES FOR j
RUBBER TIRES
UBBER being scarce in
Germany nowadays, a
numoer or. oici'cie urea
'imaH rf enhtitiitps tor rubber
fire reported to have appearea
on the German market, says
the June Popular Mechanics
Magazine. First came a tire
made of steel wire about 3-16
inch thick, closely soiled, with
ends welded together. This
was high-priced, damaged
pavements, and rattled in use.
Then came three different
. . ... i . i
types oi wooaen roes, ine
cheapest being made of a single
piece of wood, while others are
made of wooden sections. An-
other type of wooden tire has
the outer surface covered with
a leather strip. Steel springs
are used with all the wooden
(tires, either in forks or be
tween tire and nm, which adds
considerably to their cost. Tires
covered with leather or .with
canvas, instead of rubber, are
also on the market But the
best substitute for the . rubber
tire has an outer tube of pre
pared canvas, and a cloth-
wound inner tube filled with a
solid preparation resembling
rubber, that is said to be quite
elastic.
BUY WAR BONDS
ft HIS is your war because
you are an American.
You are in sympathy with
the high purpose which has
led your nation to -enter the
struggle. You realize that an
early victory for the cause of
humanity and democracy is
t-reatly to be desired. You can
help win the war and at the
same time secure the safest
1 ind of investment, with fair
interest on your money by sub
scribing to the nation's liberty
loan, claims the Chicago News.
Your subscription is needed.
Though it may be small it can
not fail to be important. You
ss a subscriber to the loan will
register as much patriotism
and public spirit as will the in
dividual making the largest
subscription. -Numbers count
in a great patriotic demonstra
tion like this. If the loan were
taken exclusively by million
anres and great corporations
it would be a failure as a dis
play of patriotism though it
were subscribed for ten times
over.
Millionaires and great cor
pcrations are making large
."ubscriptions to thin loan, for
po-.they know well how valuable
lis the present opportunity to
(purchase securities as good as
gold which bear a satisfactory
rate of interest and which are
free from tax burdens of every
sort. Scores of thousands of
small investors are needed also
to make the loan an impressive
display of patriotism.
Subscribe through some re
liable bank or trust company.
Subscribe now. You can pay
for the bond or bonds in in
stallments. You can sell the
securities at any time you
t hoose to do so- and you can
borrow money on them at any j
bank.
Give yourself the satisfac
tion of possessing the safest,
form of investment in the j
world and help at the same
time to make the liberty loan
a irreat, an overwhelming suc
cess. a
If.thq road bonds are not
approved b.v the people how
our macadam road going to
be surfaced and what will
happen to that road if it in not
sulfated in the near future?
Lots of people these days
are trying to tell the govern
ment just what should be done
end at times the ignorance of
the advisors is truly remark
able. The weather observer has
evidently gone off and left the
'aucet open.
Alta Tlmrvdmy.
a m
28 Years Ago Today
1 From the Daily Rust Oregon tun.
May 24, 1889.)
A start. in discovery was made !
this morn i ii r at the depot in a box
car a genuine street arab asleep up- j
on a roll of blankets, Upon being
awakened the youngster, a sharp
fnced experienced looking lad, said
he came west on a sort of pleasure j
tour, had chartered a special freight
brake as far as Pendleton but thought '
he would change to the blind bagage
from here to Portland.
Horn, Wednesday, May 22. 1SS9, to J
the wife
ln Br
of V. W. Bobbins, a bounc- .
weight nine pounds. j
John Culbertson is rapidly improv-
ing but presents a rather woeful up-
pear&nce with both wrists as stiff as
pokers and swathed in unwieldy ;
band;iges. j
A one armed man was taken to Jail i
with much difficulty last night by
Night Officer Durham who found as
sistance necessary during the oper
ation, the one winged individual fight
ing like a tiger.
Those who desire can nbw revel in
Milwaukee beer to their heart's con- j
tout. Darveau A Kine expect a car- j
load of the cooling beverage soon '
from the Schlitx brewing company at i
Milwaukee, the first carload of beer '
ever shipped to Pendleton.
REALTY TRANSFERS
Deed.
John semmler, et ux to Chris
Bretling. et ux. $-500. .mete and
bound description in block 180, lies-
ervation addition to Pendleton i
H. L,. Wilson, et ux. to K- M. j
Gumra, 110. 9 acres in section 35,;
township a north, range 35 j
H. A. Soults, et ux. to A C. John- '
son. $10, acreage in section 31, town-")
shij & north, range 37.
L.. D. Lav, et ux. to P. D ly. $1.
acreage in section 27. township 5 '
north, range 29. j
HOY SCOI TS TO SK1J. HOXDS
Pnil foue-to-Ilouse Canvaw of
AmcrU-mn llomeR. j
XKW YORK. May 23. In answer
to a request by President Wilson
more than 300.000 men and boys. i
members of the Hoy Scouts of Am-
erica, will make a house-to-house; ,
canvass of millions of American
homes seeking popular subscriptions
to the Liberty Loan, it was announced
here ly Ooliii N. Livingston, presi
dent of the organization.
A SrnilKl or iK-allh. I
The T'ythimtfrianK of Ancient Greece
me almple food, practiced temiwrdiico
and purity. An a h:idse they uped thrf
five pointed t:ir which they regard
ed aa a H.vmbol of health. A red five
pointed star apfieara on each pack
age of ('hamlieraiu'a Tablets, and still
fulfils ilR ancient mission as a symbol
of health. If you are troubled with
indiKelion. bifioiisneita or constipa- .
tion, cet a p.tckajce of these tablets .
from your tlriiKKUt- You will be sur
prised at the quick relief which thc
afford. btainal.le everywhere.
Adr.
NEW U. S. DIRIGIBLE
U.S DIX2IGIBIE
fr fM-hir.d In ,
f
(r-parinir him nx-x n f
and if f-niw u r-ttnt-
Thin ph tr;ith h..w
itf!" think
fie tf lh
diria-il.l.--.
it hsu.tr
th
at l-I-t, rturriit.c i
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f smoree)
u The real Burley III
Cigarette
Copyricht by The Americmn
GIBBON ROAD IS
BEING IMPROVED
,A!t.K CltKW OP MUX AT WORK;
l;oAIS CM.VSllKItAHIiV
iama;ki iiy watkh.
o iwle S4-t for Mnl of ItliUihani
Sriuif: other New and ifrsutuil
rrlBR(, May 2 4.--winjj tf the
backward ring and hih watir.
ManaKT lioch is unable to annomire
AFTER TEST FIGHT
lti
l.t.
KIh . nff.r a t ri:i I flight. It
mid to ;i rn-..ifi fr ai'-d nl
tiir.tl. It w ill iu.i rn- iwl fur th-
purfMif at lniMne txnlj uMtn
hlpl-fl iineti .'tint (.hiUlren. Vit ft-i
lur'-n f i.tr-. ,itin and r? u-
I
I
ft Guaranteed by
Tobacco CompB7 Ittt 1917.
yet Just when the opentiiK day at the
Kpringa will be. There i telnK con
siderable improvement a done there
fhia year. Uoad Siiwr-lHtr Jhh
Thompson ha a laree crew of men
at work on the roaila which were i
da in aped considerably by the recent
hifeh water, but expects to have it I
in a couple of weeks so autoiRts cau
come to the pprinira an usual. j
W. V. Hich went to Tentlleton to-
day.
Jim IJeuallen and Ralph Tucker
were here Sunday from Wenton look- i
IriK after their cattle. j
Mrs, Dave Uonifer was in 1 'entile-
ton lat week to visit her daiiKhters 1
who are attending the winters' w-hool j
t I. a. re , Tal
I'll) Imffey and family have moved
on to the river from Held and Haw
ley mountain.
Caftwell Stott wan on the river
Sunday from near Wenton " vIhUiiik
Mr. and Mr. ;eorKe Brace.
J. M. HhinltJt. forent aupervlw.r
from Walla Walla, waa on the river
for a few da.
Mrn. Ixdfay Thoniptwtn and small
fxn Bldon, have arrived home from
WeMton.
William A. Hrace and Mix Kvalyn
K. Meager were married In f'endleton
Sat unlay. Mr. Hrace is a. lrother of
;rxp flrace of this plaoe and Misn
MeMeir haa for the pant three year
been teaching; the Gibbon m hool.
They will make thHr home in l'en-
diet on.
Mr. and Mrs. Heth Hatt of Wes
ton areon the river vbdtins; Mr. and
Mrs. Folfv Thompson. !
Mr and Mrs. John Thorn pn were
In Pendleton S a t u rda y .
Mrs. W. W. Williams was In IVn.
Ueton Monday.
It. fT. I Caijer was in Tendteton on
business last week.
Mrs W. W. Williams, w is In Pen
dleton Monday.
WIDEMANN GOAT MILK CD.
r I yS-l) J J Baby bntid.
I WID E M A NJS
G O A T ""mTl K
IT'S toasted. The Burleytobaccq in
And you know how toasting does add flavor. Close
your eyes and think of orfe crisp, brown slice of hot buttered
toast. Flavor is the word, isn't it i
This new application of an old idea has given you t new
cigarette. You smokers have certainly been wanting a ready
made Burley cigarette. At first it couldn't be made; Havoc '
didn't hold. But five years' study brought us to the toasting
principle, by which we are able to hold the Burley flavor.
So now, try Lucky Strike, the real Burley cigarette; the
tobacco it's toasted. And the flavor you'll certainly
love it I
With Klihu Koot and CharlPi Kd
ward FCiiHHell anuine; li mcmhera tho
k?Vikk?f2kakb?akk
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GOON
EleGtr g
Price now $4.50, June 1 $5
i Pacific Power & Light Co. i
K Always at Your Service. j
this delicious
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K)cluN)n. lokattat f
C4litaraia.ISa.Para.SM
frwi.lna.CaL
-tttyoal Mar tSa tfcaicv
American cotnmtmlon to KiuiRia ought
to to fairly rr(reHintatlv of the
American averagp.
it
We have a limited
numbfr of different
irons hi xtock, but
will deliver irons, at
the present price on
j
all order taken be
tween now and June
1.
Avail yournelves of
thin opportunity, and
avoid the heat of the
tove during the sum
mer months.
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