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, , AT THE GATE.
' (By Frank U Stanton.)
fihe comM to meet me when the soft twilight
Darken the rosea at my garden-gate;
i And wistfully the dewy blue eyes wait
Twin, tender stars, that glorify my night,
4 And a my steps draw near I read aright
The morning In her eyea divine and (treat,
Ix've that comes early and yet Imgereth late
In God's own garment of celestial white.
Up to my aitns she climbs my little one;
Close to my bosom nestles like a dove;
With soft caresses of her gentle hand.
Ah, Cod. it some day when my toil Is done '
1 miss her clinging arms her kin of Love,
And only see her footprints In the sand!
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ABOVE THE LEVEL OF PARTISANSHIP
ONE of the outstanding features of this campaign is the
wonderful support that is being given Governor Cox and
the League of Nations by pro-league republicans.
We have had some striking illustrations in this county.
Col. Charles W. Whittlesey, who talked at the station yes
terday, is a republican. He was against President Wilson in
1916 but he praises him now and he supports Governor Cox be
cause of the league issue. He speaks from the viewpoint of a '
soldier who iougnt lor American ideals ana resents the fact that
the Harding campaign has sought to trail those ideals in the
dust Who has a better right than Whittlesey to speak at such
a time? His command would not surrender though shot to
pieces and surrounded for five days. Do the American people
want to uphold such devotion or make of it a mockery?
With Col. Whittlesey on his stop here yesterday was Her
bert Parsons, also an overseas veteran. Mr. Parsons was a re
publican congressman from New-York and that state's national
committeeman. But he quit Harding when Harding made his.
Des Moines speech. With Parsons principle comes ahead of
r -We are also having some earnest speeches in this county
from Mark W. Hearn, a republican lawyer who lost a brother
in Flanders. Mr. Hearn sacrificed his law practice in Detroit to
go into the government service during the war. He had a hard
time getting relieved and when he returned to Detroit he did not
know the people who came to his old office, nor did they know
him. He came west to start anew and is campaigning for the
League of Nations because his heart is in the cause.
.When men like this enter the campaign as they have done
tlie presidential election rises far above the level of party poli
tics. The work of pro league republicans in behalf of Governor
Cox is going to be tremendousyeffective and that work is en
titled to unstinted praise. ; The example of these men and worn-'
en is to be commended for the future to men and women of all
parties. If you wish authority for this we have it in the words of
George Washington, as reprinted inthe Literary Digest, that in
a government purely elective the party spirit "is not to be en
couraged." .':'' '
e SAFEGUARD OREGON
THE fact he supports the League of Nations is not the only :
reason why Senator Chamberlain should be elected.
From a cold blooded business standpoint Oregon can ill
afford to lose the prestige that eome3 from having a veteran
member of the upper house, who is personally popular with the
members of both parties and has important committee assign
ments.. Mostleeislation that affects this state such as irrigation
is usually bi-partisan in character. Through Senator McNary,
we can reach the republican members and through benator.
Chamberlain the democrats. With this' arrangement we reach
both sides and we are certain to be in touch with the majority
nartv. whichever it may be. No one knows how the next sen
ate will .stand politically but it is certain the lineup will be very
close. Under such conditions it would be a plunder to replace
Senator Chamberlain with a new man. Safeguard Oregon by
reelecting our senior senator.
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VOTE IT DOWN :. ... , ,;
SOME people have a mistaken idea that passage of the
four per cent interest law would enable them to borrow
money at Oregon banks at four per cent It would not.
The banks would be able to place air available money in gilt
tdge. liquid securities, outside the state, and obtain an interest
rate of seven or eight per cent. 1 ney wouia o mat nu
Oretron farmer or businessman yantini money" gould practit
cally be barred by law irom ODtaimng tne money needed. Many
of these people would go, bankrupt. The proposed law would
bring calamity upon the state. Hit it bard. , t . ; -
Senator Harding wants the election to be a" referendum on
the League of Nations subject. That relieves a republican who
believes in the league from any party obligations. The way to
have a referendum is to vote on the subject at issue. The Hard
ing position is for rejection of the covenant, with oc, without res
ervations. Governor Cox stands for joining the league with
helpful and clarifying reservations. The Harding proposal for
aome other sort of an association is junk because 43 nations of
the world are pledged against going into any counter league.
The Curtis Publishing Co., owners of the Saturday Evening
Post, formerly enjoyed a second class postage rate that meant
millions of dollars to the concern. Under the Wilson adminis
tration the present businesslike zone rate was applied with a
view to fixing charges in a measure at least on a basis of the cost
of service. That is explanation enough for the eleventh hour
attack the Post is making on Governor Cox. .
(Kast Oregonian Special.)
t'MAPINE Oct.,, 2. Friday the
Patromof Hudson Hay Orange held
their fourteenth reunion and over 75
sat down at the noon hour to one of
Jhe finest dinners ever spread in the
banquet hall. After the noon hour a
program was given, C. K. Simon. Is.
just returned from Alaska, being the
principal speaker. Mrs. Kdith Van
Deii8en also made a short talk on
"Should the husband be allowed to
leave the ranch as often as his wife."
This was the topio given her for tils
C. E. Simonda, Just home from
Alaska, is renewing old friendships li
this community after an absence of
nearly a year. After election he plans
to visit his daughter in Prairie City,
Arkansas. Mr. Simonds has been en
tertained this ,veek at the homes of
Kyle UcOaniel, It. E. Bean, D. J. Kirk.
A. A. Wilfley, D. O. Saunders and
Robert Wright.,- While in Alaska Mr.
Snonds was engaged In an extensive
salmon plant of his cousin at Metlak-
On Thursday, October .21, a baby
girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B
Phillips at the hospital In Walla Walla.
Mrs. Rjeavis of Prescott, spent three
or four days with her daughter.. Mrs,
E. E. "Ertle last week.
In Walla Walla last week, Wllma
Houck a high school girl of last year's
enrollment at Vincent school was mar
ried to Tom Workman of Freewater.
Mr. Workman is Jiight man at the
sub-station in Freewater.
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Babbidge left
Thursday for their new home at North-
port, Wash, where Rev. Babbidge has
been engaged as pastor of the Pres
byterian church. Northport is a
mining town and has population of
2000. . Prior to their departure Mr.
and Mrs. . Babbidge were presentee
with an Indian blanket from the Pen-,
kludge Kelly left Friday on horse
back for a trip acroRS the mountains
to WaUowa .county where he has cat-i
tie grazing. He expects to te gone a
week or ten days. Mrs. Kelly is vis
iting lie parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lppi. during his absence.
Mrs. Parsons, a daushter of "Grand
fna" "Allen, made a business trip to
Dayton last week. J'Uranama' Alien
this week is not as well as usual. She
is 87 years old.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tousley were dinner guests at the R.
E. Bean ranch. '
Umapine Red Cross held their an
nual meeting Monday afternoon and
the following officers were elected for
this ci ming year: Mrs. D Kirk, direc
tor; Mrs. O. W. Carpenter, chairman;
Mrs. Edgar Holm, vice chairman;
Mrs. R. E. Bean, secretary-treasurer.
Arrangements will be made in the near
future for the annual Red Cross nrlve
and roll call.
On Sunday morning, at the Presby
terian church, a good congregation lis
tened with pleasure to the preaching
of Rev. J. W. Wilson, who has been
sent as a supply (whether permanent
or not has not been determined) who
comes from Portland.. Rev. Mr. Wil
son lias a very pleasing personality
and made a good impression on his
Mr. Morristm went down to Port
land Sunday to secure a housekeeper
for his family. His little son Howard,
at St. Mary's hospital, is progressing
very well, although skin grafting -win
be necessary In the hear future.
Donald Kirk is convalescing from
the operation for removing his tonsils
which was done last week, uonaiu is
also suffering from valvular neart
.Tack Dickerson and the Hamper
hnva narrowly escaped death Saturday
evening when on the new gravei roau
tnov nulled out to pass a wagon loao
of poles and swerved off the road,
driving through the barb wire fence.
down Dosts and ending up in
a field. The accident occurrea in
front of Kvle McDaniel's house and
it is said the boys were traveling at a
high rate of speed. The boys an es-
with minor injuries.
D. O. -Saunders went to renuieion
n vnndav taking with him his moth
er. Mrs. Anna Saunders who goes to
stay with her soil, Roy, in his new lo
cation at Eden, Idaho. '
. R E Bean is spending this week on
business at Echo. Stanfleld. Pilot Rock
km Nut Mamarine i!
A rurSpread for Bread
Maie from the oil pressed from the whi v
meat of the cocoanut, peanut oil, Pasteuiiieft
millc, and saJt.
It is pure, clean, and delicious.
So that your dealer will get it fresh, we
ntake it daily in fourteen, conveniently
Delicate in flavor, and economical in
price, you may spread Cam Nut gener
ously and still effect a substantial saving
On your grocery BuX
Order a carton today.
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Mr. T. C. Newsome, formerly shop foreman for
the Manley Auto Co., Portland, Hupmobile distrib
utors for Oregon, has been appointed Service Repre
sentative for Pendleton and community.
He will operate as a Factory Service Station , car
rying a full stock of Hupmobile parts, and will ren
der complete and coutreous service in this line. !
Service car day or night. ... .
TOM'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP
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701 W. AlU Street Phone 780.". Res. Phone 1034
Pendleton and Atiena.'" tb Vincent high, faculty', was .elected
Mr.-W'.W7 Phllipni returned-to her'fto the' position, of cluirmaa, , ol the
home a.V,Viiapine. on Friday after a Oregon State Teacher?' " Association
committee,' wnue Jllss i'auiine lieck
was named on committee work. , .
A Football game Is scheduled to be
played Friday at Umapine between the
high cchool boysan the Auhena team.
' Harold Gentry and Theodore Harp
registered at the Vincent hib school
Invitations are out for a high school
party at the lioime of Mr. and Mrs.
Waldo Records, on Saturday evening.
Tho party will be a Hallowe en affair.
At a student body meeting held this
week, It was decided to edit a high
school paper. The entire five commis
sioners will confer in the near future
and make the necessary plans for ed-ltln'-.
On Monday the first of hot aimches
will be served at the Vincent school,
the primary room 'being the one to
lead the way Mrs. Edith Van Deusen, ,
county home demonstration agent, will ,
be here for the first lunch.
week in the hospital in Walla Walla,
following an auto accident a week
ago Friday. Mrs. l'hilippl has made
rapid recovery from her euts and in
juries und at the present time the cut
in her wrist is the only one causing
her pain. . '
Mrs. Xcttie Wellmnn .. entertained
the ladies of the Umapine Indies' Aid
at a dinner nt her Walla Walla home
last Wednesday. About 25 guests en
joyed the day and plan on a return
visit next year. Table decorations
were of beautiful red dahlias.
At the' noon hour. Miss ' Francis
Schubert, accompanied by Miss Mural
Beauchamp, sang a group of songs
which were well received.
Mrs. Pun! Caldwell toiiay entertain
ed the niI and arrangements will be
completed for the election clay siinner
ivhich 'Wtll.be served In the hall on
that date. Chicken pies with all the
trlmknings will be in abundance and
the price has teen set at a low figure.
Umapine teachers returned to their
homes here Friday evening after at
tending a successful teachers' Institute
at Pendleton! Miss teora Philppl of
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irenders brings out your
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A new carburetor which cuto iown
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-hilheat test Kline. Many Ford
oiw:rs say they now fret as hlRh as
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H'i suim are the manufacturers of the
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wll make that they offer to send It on
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tionally large, pro'ita. Write them to
da. Adv. ' '
is Just around the cor
ner. Have you filled
your coal bin? If not,
don't delay any longer.
The time was never bet
ter than right now.
B. L Burroughs
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FARMERS JOINING IN
: - $3 PRICE DEMAND
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CHICAGO. Ol. rs. A. P.) Far
riers rn cikluhnma, Kansas, Nebraska,
Iowa and oth-r suites are preparing
for a long siege atfuinsl declintn
nheat prices. Falling in the efforts
tr. iave the governinent guarantee 3
evlitat. farmers have "BtruiK a plan.
In jiicordame with Instructions from
arm ortanuwtlons, to hold wheat un
til he price has reached 3 a bushel.
Irellis 0-Iny lutuma
members to withhold their wheat, is
In full force. He predicted 13 wheat
In 90 days. -
NUMBER OF HATIEN DEAD
LESS THAN FIRST GIVIN
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28. A. P.)
Haitien natives killed during the five
years of American occupation num
bered 2250 Instead of J2D0 as the navy
department announced recently, it was
disclosed at a. public session today of
the naval court Inquiry. Brigadier
rvwH CITY. Oct. IS. (A. P.) General Barnett. former corps com-
W.' II. M.revy, aeeretary national ' mandant, testified that a, mistake In
wheat growers association, laid the addition caused the erroneouf n
irike," walled in ft proclamation t jnownoemenU ...
A CLEAR SKIN V
Women do not have to patronize
the beauty parlor for if their skin
il disfigured with pimples and
blood is in
tive of Dr.
Miriiin nwf 50 vears aeo. Since
that time many " thousands of
men and women have testified to its
wonderful blood cleansing effect.
This is what one woman says:
' Chehaus, Wash.'1 wre used
l)octor tierce's medicines for over
forty years for myself and family
and have always found them just
as represented. I think Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery for a
tonic and blood builder cannot be
beat; and Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
lpta have no eaual for constipation;
in fact, I can heartily recommend
any and all of Dr. Pierce's remedies.
, -"Aiy daughter had chronic con
etipation from babyhood and doc
tors could not cure her. Dr. Pierce a
Pleasant Pellets is the only thing
that ever helped her." Mrs. Jen
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Representative in Legisla
ture for Umatilla County.
Rosldent pf Umatilla county 8& years,
properly owner and tax payer
for 3 ft years. - '
57 X Manuel Friedly s
Paid Adv.) " IS
Do you realize the full im
port of this offer?
Thin pf it! Until Saturday
night, $5.00 places a THOB in
your home. The balance can
be paid in small installments of
jnly $10.00 a month an op
portunity that may never be
ypurs, again. (iw t, , ,
Phone 40 for a Free Demonstration.
J. Y, LIEUALLEN
Candidate for Representa- .g
tive from Umatilla county, g
Resident of Umatilla county js
for 57 years. Favors effKEf
ciency in office and strict;
economy in state and county
Vote X No. 53
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