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EIGHT PAGES PA(3E FOUR DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919. AX rXDKPKXHKXT c'ubluihed Dally (except Sunday) and Beml-Weekly at Iendlelon. Oregon, by lb CAST OREOOMAN r-UMJSHIKl Ca Flntared at the postofrica at Paitaia toii, Oregon, aa second -claaa mall Telephone , ...... t ON tALK IN OTHER OITIKS. TmpertalHolol News Staaa. Portland Ibwui News Co.. Portland. Orearoa ON FILOB AT rttimro Bureau. Saevrny Bulld- WaaMrtrton. t. C, Bureaa Kl Four- KRWSPAPER BUBsCKIPTlON RATES UN ADVANCE) by mall ... leenlrt Street, N. W. Dally, on year. Daily, alz month by niall Dally, three month by mall Daily, one month by mall Daily, one year by carrier Daily, alx months by carrier Daily, three Dion t ha by carrier. Dally, oa month, by carrier. Semi-Weekly, one year, by mail l.Se Semi-Weekly; alx month a. by mall Semi-Week;? four months by mall .Se It. , 1.60 l.U .M , t.6 S.T4 1.91 . TT CliRIST IN n-AXDERS V$ had forgotten You nrly You did not seem to touch us very nearly Of course we thought about You now and and then; Especially tn any time of trou ble We knew that You were good in time of trouble - Hut we are very ordinary men. Xow ' V? lair past efforts in the shade. ; For Umatilla county the ? state bonding is assurance of very'.5 money to match funds ,irom this county provided the county bond issue is voted on ! March 4. Under the program outlined here and which sched- jule the highway commissioners !sanction more than a half mil 4.! lion dollars of state money is vdestined for work on trunk ;roads in the county, provided the county does its share. , With this in view and with j the further fact that the 10 ; million bond issie by the state wiH carry Oregon almost to the v limit of the bonded indebted- jness allowed for road purposes ithe necessity of voting the i bonds on March 4 becomes ap- 'parent.' In common sense Uma tilla county has no other course save to vote for the road bonds. There is every reason to be lieve our county bond issue will carry. There is no organ ized opposition and no grounds for opposition. However there will be many negative votes cast and there is a chance for defeat of the measure if a light vote is had. Those who oppose are auite likely to be at the polls to register their objec tions. If a sufficiently large percentage of those favoring the county bonds fail to vote the bond issue will meet defeat. Get out the vote. we remember; over here in Flanders (It Isn't strange to think of You in Flanders) This hideous warfare seems to make things clear. We never thought about You much In England Hut now that we are far away from England We have no doubts, we know that You are here. Wo jtiink about You kneeling In if the Garden Alifc If 3od! the agony of that dread Garden a. know You prayed for us upon the Cross. ivthing could make us glad to bear It Tfuld be the knowledge that You will to bear It Pain death the uttermost of human loss. And, or all the while, In street lane or byway In country lane, in city street, or byway You walked among us. and we did not see. Tour feet were bleeding as You walked our pavements How did we miss Your foot prints on our pavements. Can there be other "folk as blind as we? ' 'husband." A REAL IRON TONICSmgK it cowlo at riff with you?' "Ach Himrnel, I bat is my present husband!" . iHtliVt Know. -"Anything I can d fop you?' aked a stirfrMn n ho piutsod the bed of a smiling but badly wounded soldier. "Yea, doctor; perhaps you can tell mo something I'd very much like tu know.1 ' . "Fire, away, replied the doctor. i "Well, doctor, when ono doctor doc doctors another doctor, does the doc tor doing the doctoring1 doctor the other doctor like tho doctor wants to be doctored, or doe tho doctor doing the doctoring roctor tho other doctor ltlu the doctr ding , tho woetorinj; Wants , to toctor hlmTu. , n f 'In this a jungle scene? 'aske 'thd iKhtly" v Intoxicated gentleman Vti 'k ttiovib show. "'' 1 Pendleton take a ruh":-up.;i6ij V1, tri,1led hlR tritna. "riTou :'f e ,-u..:vi.i(lokiiig at the picture through tne I iimihko ui h worn tin a nai- iiirniuiB Own your own home and gPt "um that satisfactory feeling. Lm Peptiron May B Juat What You Need This Spring. Prolwhly nine peopte out of ten have lost or are lowing their grip on health hi these trying months of aw ful epidemic. exiMttire to damp, changeable went her, and association with sick people in overheated homes. Ltepleied blood, Iors of tho retl cor puHClei. shattered neren, loss of ap lietite. dull, doxy foeliags in tho head, irritability, all loudly -:ii for the real tonic strength and nourishment that lVptiron will give you. li Is a won derful corrective of anemic tendency, piileness, languor, nerve exhaustion. 1'eptiron restores the red - cor puscles to the blood and gives a natural vigor and snap that keeps up courage, makes you cheery and helpful to your family and friends and contributes wonderfully to' the health o' all. Remember-this one thing a& vitally, positively true Veptiron is a real iron tonic. ' . , Meacham. FROM THE PEOPLE 28 YEARS AGO Til HKIu J.XCOMK TAX MKX CO.ME rortland. Ore.. Feb. 19. Editor East Oregonian; Urgent requests having been made to this department by taxpayers throughout the state, for assistance (From the East Oregonian, February in preparing income tax returns. I 21, 1891.) Mrs. Frank Vincent has fully re covered from illness. Yearling sheep are selling at Hepp ner for $2 per hed, and two-year-olds and upwards at $2.50. Sheet, owners generally are holding for an advance. S. TUlard left for Ilcppner y ester, day to visit his son, Andrew, but re. turned yosterday. saying he was blockaded at Vinson, fe wind blew a hurricane, snow almw-fc reached thft hubs of the wagon an$ 5e could not proceed. After spendiOi.-the night at a ranches, he decided t ke th back track. i THE FUNNYBONE How it Va After a certain concert a well known German can tut rice asked a gentleman to vhom she had been In troduced how he liked her duet. "You sang charmingly, madam. But why did you se'. ct such a horrid piece of music? "Sir, that was written by my late am now authorized to assign income tax officers to such work, in making the assignments, every consideration has been given In arriving at the most advantageous locations with the result that ypur district will be served as follows: Incoirm Tax Officers Chamberlain. Davis and Mclnren will be stationed at the poxtoffice building, Pendleton, Ore., from and Including February !4, 1919, to and Including March 15. 1919. t lf Where forms havo been, sent out, the parties receiving sauio should produce the fromtr to the officer &h a reference number. is assigned, essep" tfoil to the return of such party. The treasury department has ex tended the time for filing Income tax returns to March 15th, 1919, and any one not thoroughly familiar with the provisions of the Income tax law and their obligation thereunder, should at once make Inquiry of the above men tioned officer or write this office di rect, as this will be the last opportu nity to do so In connection with the filing of returns of Income for tne vear 1918 prior to the dtit date of fil ing. . As soon as possible after March lb an extensive "drive" will be made, THIS COUNTY NEXT yV ITH the $10,000,000 "Q? bond issue passed by both houses of the leg islature and with the emergen cy clause attached Oregon is prepared to launch upon a good roads building era that will put LIFT OFF CORNS! Apply few drops then lift sor. touchy corns off with fingers No pain I ON THE RIGHT LINE ffm HE need of greater hospi UL tal facilities for Pendle- arid tnere is Ifboq .tie'wiif in the fact fliat afpna are heincr taken to 'nieete this! dertiatid.!v Pendle- providing hospital facilities not , S .1 l - C Al merely ior me peopie 01 nie city but for a county of 25,000 people. It is needless to say that aside from serving a hu manitarian purpose a large hos pital in Pendleton will reflect credit upon the city. Pendleton is a crowing town and the Sisters of St. Francis arp rio-ht in nlanniriflr to keep step with its progress. They will make no mistake if .they Dlace strong faith in Pendle ton's future. jhurt a bit! Drop a little Fron en an aching corn, lnrtantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes. magic! A tiny bottle of Freeionc costs but it fpw cent at any drug store, but la Miffirient to remove every hard corn, nr.ft corn, or corn between the toe, and the callusex, without soreness or Irritation. HAVE DARK HAIR 3 GREAT IS THE PORK BARREL T 13 admitted by all who know the subject that Oregon has no proper normal school facilities. Our common school system is weak at the very point where there should be strength. There was a chance to remedy the situa tion last fall. A meritorious measure for a normal school in eastern Oregon and, one in southern Oregon was before the people. The bill was so worded that, in case of its ad option, no building work should be undertaken until after the war. It was a timely and justi fied reconstruction measure. The bill was defeated through Willamette valley op- Freezone Is the sensational discov- posjtj0n. One Portland neWS- of Cincinnati genius. 1 paDer( the Oregonian, specifi- ' jcally advised people to vote i against it on grounds oi econo jmy, though admitting the need of better normal training. ..ln inni VnilUP After such parsimony in No ANll LUUiV lUUliu vember we now have the spec I tacle of a move for a five milli- f Ion dollar state bond issue to oimiy vs Tn.i, wiirx voc erect buildings most every where except, that the real ur gent need of normal schools is totally neglected. It ia even proposed to erect state armor ies in a number of towns where 9 idioestiOH DO YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cured, permanently cured, so that you can eat any kind of food that you crave ? It has been done not only once, but in almost every case when Cham berlain's Tablets are used. An instance : Mr. J. Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over $2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma nently cured by these tablets. e.FXiOTonc . GARAGE SERVICE Vfl TIRES DIAMOND, "The old reliable." KELiIy SPRINGFIELD, "Made to make good." , SILVERTOWN CORDS "Stands the gaff' Phone 46. 722 Cottonwood Street IIMIKKV ;HAY, FOIKI II-VIU j WITH AK TEA. flrandmothwr kept her hair ifoenullfj 1 )v lark'nl. gluBy and attractive . ;ih urei of Huts Tea and SulnHMr, ht.nctrr hr hair tooli on that 4utfj .il n.i;..,i oiiarrl f.ied V rked .one..., .'thia. there are no national guara h mpiei.ixiure wa applied with wtr-. companies. But for the ona ii-rfui effect. vty king at any drugjfjde needs of our grade school t..re for -wyeth'M sane and sulphur 'children the legislators seem to 1 impound." you will get a large bot- vw- nn Rvmnathv tlo of this old-time recipe. Improved ,naY,e " By"!?1"- . 0, . iv ,he adnition of other ingredient. Great is the pork barrel. ail ready to use at vary little cos. wonderful IS the judgment OI 1 hi simple mixture can be depended our reCOnstrUCtionists. wT'in to rentore natural . color and a m m m. Wautly to tha hair. a weii-konwn downtown druggist1 Umatilla county will have to everybody uae Wyeth's Sage a" contribute its portion of the M.ipnur compound now 11 date's 10.000,000 ; let us take darkens so naturally and everly that " ' i..,U,.dy can tell it has been applied Steps to See that We get OUr h mi easy to use. too. You simply share of the work. Uon.pen a comb or soft brush and " tiaw it through your hair, taking one; Berger will have a long time mall ntrand at a time, fly morning which to become American- tno gray nair nisa ears; m.rr nh,T application or two. It 1 restored to Its tuitural color and looka glossy. tl and V a t jrjrF ized. I4t is too warm for you in Con Dun Low; CHOP SUEY, ' NOODLES Chinese Style. HOT TAMALES CHILLI CON CARNE SPANISH STYLE. LUNCHES COFFEE Everything clean and up-to-date. KIItST CLASS SEUV1CE TEA 5c Package UNDER STATE HOTEL Cor. Webb and Cottonwood fits. Phone 67. Pendleton. Ore. ARM AN D'S .The only NEW 1 face powder iir ' 1 the past 50 yrs. 0h yes, there are many, many kinds of powders on the market, but this one is abso lutely different from any you have ever had. The price is reason able, too 50c KOEPPEN'S ' - Have It. The Right Laxative For The Little Ones The natural condition of a child is to be happy and carefree. When the fSz mopes and is Indifferent to school and study, or the boy is sullen and refuses to go out and play, the child needs a laxative to empty the bowels and stir up the liver. But something should be given that will produce the result in as simple end nat ural a way as possible. Harsh cathartics and physics are neither necessary nor de-. girable. . " Many mothers have found that the com bination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin produces a free move ment of the bowels without griping. Avery little is required, and it is pleasant to take. A few hpurs after its use the child will be ita happy self again. It is an excellent remedy for the mother herself, and for the other members of the family, in obetlnato or occasional consti-j ( ( ;') nation, for the relief of headaches, as an aid in colds and fevers minos akin eruptionaand all disorders where Jbasisicf the trouble, j g is constipation. " i ' ,M A ; t, Y M The druggist will refund the money you ' pay "for Syrup Pepsin f it Tails to dd a ' ' " promised. , - SDr. CaldweW YRUP PEPSIN The Perfect ii Laxative PRICE AS ALWAYS ln tpite of greatly increaKd laboratory enats due to the War. by sacrificing profits and abaorbins war talr we bave maintained the price at which thia family laxative has been sold by druggists for the past 6 years. Two sues 50c and $1.00. S FREE SAMPLES If you have never used Dr. Caldwell's Syrop Pepsin nd for a free trial bottle to Dr. W. B. CIw aoTweshinaton. St.. Monticelk.. 111. bereara babies at home, ask lor a copy ol Dr Caldwell s book. "The Care of Uaby." tnkltiK in tlui, entire stale nud lli'(tvy 1 tho foiled Stutvs In to l Hkod to: Y Tnatle will uttt b vhcre persiina il-'j v''!l2 twtty-n.o wtils a wwK. ex. 1 be alllrt Itu 'lax hisva'.failetl . to 'tllaulosia! 111J ii.ilre ItuvinK shown thai tint Kmilll- vr 1li.,. u;ti tn I tir ml. ahouttl 1 1 t rfiuk !' .rye you quickly ! ft 1 : th.r (iliiiity undjitiUio return ,01, or. iieroro .M.irjh lritn, lai'.i. ., , . ,i , if'!': V.ry re,siet'tfuUy. . MIl.TilXA.Mli. I.Kit. !'M);! ifil Iliiector. T1I1-: TI1UII-' TST.V.MP IDEA. ft Kjulsfurtory that, t tir one, biM::i!la' U tx enwity mew j The m menlliitietl, linvtycr. uKulii lllnstnitetl tho uKKreKiita lmportnm'i. I or lltfte tblllKS. It 1h est limited Ihn. I If the .iili ilue Ih widely matle, he K"mj ' whir,), will lia r. . I.. ii K.1 frir liiraer in. I dustrinl HChemeH iit.cpMsitry to our re j sumption of bunlness at'tivity will be 1 enormoiiH. nil iiK- ftriite wtin miH'mi i iwealfiiK-aa st rls. hi-rtsK' ' , xllily Ii in 11 tldul wuva of tiixconieiit KoliiK .ii.nd the worm. t .It jEditoriul from Portland OreRonian.) The fundamental Idea underlying the new thrift Ktumn campaign which the government la entering; upon for i the current vear Is not the ralnimr of! a large turn of money. althouKh thin (stamp is but the symbol, una twenty; will greatly simplify the problem ot ! f Ive cents a week only tho beginning, j laying the costs of war. but it Is to Necessity for preventing waste and j promote the Idea of saving. (turning the products so saved to good; Every man, woman and child in account Is still imperative. ' It Is Plain that If large 'capital Is toj be employed in industrial reconstrue- 1 tlon. It milt ho saved from the earn ings of all the people. The thrift 4VOID COUGHS a COUGHERif! Disease 1 MrrS , ,.la . V. . . -I sQHsvLrOH s :o DKOPj-rroRr covens ilALF THLf FCH CHILDKEN THE BILL PLACING A WAR TAX ON AUTOMOBILES HAS PASSED BOTH HOUSES AND IS SURE TO BE SIGNED BY PRESIDENT WILSON AND BECOME A LAW IMMEDIATE LY UPON HIS RETURN FROM FRANCE, FEBRUARY 24. Thimearis an increare of 5 pd cent? on the purcliaise price of new cars AS SOON AS THIS BILL IS SIGNED IT WILL GO INTO EF FECT AT ONCE AND THE CAR YOU WERE GOING TO BUY THIS SPRING WILL COST 5 PER CENT MORE THAN YOU HAD FIGURED ON PAYING. and Save This Tax Money Vre have ready for delivery a, number of ' DUPLEX AND REPUBLIC TRUCKS, FRANKLIN AND AP PERSON TOURING CARS, SEDANS, ROADSTERS, COLE SPORTSTERS. AN ASSORTMENT OF OLDSMOBILES WILL ARRIVE IN TIME TO AVOID THIS TAX. PeEclletoe Auto Co, Established 1907 J