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(By Frank L. Stanton.)
I think about Life's sorrows the troubles of the way-
Hut I know that I'm a lovin' him each minute In the day!
HIh rosy cheeks half hidden In my tresses, tollin' gray
The little one that's climbing up to kiss me!
I think about Life 's sorrows the shadows In the skies;
Hut the kiss of him it stifles, on the mother Hps, the sighs;
And I catch a ulimpae of heaven in hi aunny laughin' eyes
The little one that's climbin' up to kiss me!
Away tben with Life' sorrows! the shadows black they go!
I ee the .Springtime roses all In blossom o'er the snow
Whilst he's clingin' to me this way whilst he' lovin" o! ine So
The little one that's climbin- up to kiss me!
Copyrighted for the East Oregonian Pub. Co.
FINANCIAL CONDITIONS SOUND
EV YORK bankers at informal meetings where the gen
eral industrial and financial outlook has been consid
ered have taken the position that the underlying state
of things is substantially sound and interviews to that effect
have been made public. It is to be expected, according to them,
that there will be an easing of money from this time forward as
a result of liquidation which has beeri effected thus far, al
though it is freely admitted that the relief to be expected will
not be great enough to afford a foundation for any material en
largement of speculative or investment activity: The" improve
ment of the Federal Reserve situation as illustrated in the last
statement is regarded as encouraging not only because of the
stronger ratio of gold. to outstanding reserve obligations but also
due to the falling off of deposits and notes which apparently
indicates power of contraction in, an unexpected degree. The
renewal rate on call loans has gone as low as 7 per cent, a con
siderable improvement over the rate which has existed during
the last three weeks. Meanwhile investment and .development
enterprises are making but little headway and are not likely to
advance very materially until prices assume a more settled posi
tion. Many undertakings which had been contemplated up to a
short time ago have necessarily been laid aside pending the ar
rival of considerably quieter and more normal prospects in the
general "business field. Foreign borrowers continue to be as
desirous of securing accommodation in fhe United States as
heretofore, although the rate of interest which is being charged
them is not materially lower than that which has prevailed
heretofore. The most careful observers have now set next
spring as the approximate time for the revival and improvement
of business conditionss. From Clews Financial Review.
ISOLATION" HAS ITS DRAWBACKS
HE controversy, if it may be called thatvwith Great Brit
ain over oil privileges in "mandatories, represents one of
many difficulties that will constantly beset the United
States if this country persists in remaining out of the League of
Nations. We can not expect to reject the peace treaty and still
ask for its benefits. We cannot keep out of the league and yet
k mand all the privileges that membership involves. The other
nations want us in the league and will go far in an effort to
please Uncle Sam. But in time we will have to nnite with the
league or pay the price of isolation. It is rim fnr Tafr U,mvtr
and Root to be busy toward fulfillment of their promises.
patrons of VmoonshnerV ere preparing to do their .Christ
mas' shopping eaily, since one never knows when the line of
communication will be broken. . '
m , ... .'
ine probable return of Constantine to Greece can hardly
Le regarded as a favorable omen by Wilhelm. '
While showering hoSDitalitv on Mr. HArdintr New nrWns
did not forget to tell him what he could do for the south in gen
eral ana in ew urieans in particular.
If evvTy Englishman thought as well nf America aa' R. V.
Lucas our popularity in London would be prodigious. ,
Every night is like election night in Sebastopol, only worse.
, , .
Chicago police have solved another murder mystery, but it
was not a complicated mystery, being merely the aftermath of a
joy ride." , . ,
Although Italy now has qual suffrage, it isn't likely that
prima donnas will break an American contract simply to go
home and vote.
Considering what happened to him, you can't blame Veniz
elos for viewing the future of Greece with alarm.
Like Alexander the Great, the P. H. S. team has defeated
everything in sight and now sighs for new worldsHo conquer.
There are great possibilities in the plans for a grain show in
Pendleton each fall.
IT'S not a bit of trouble to
have plenty of gobd things to
eat on hand all the time, when you
use Calumet Baking Powder.
It never allows baking
trouble. You don't "dread" to bake.
There is nothing to worry about and
that really is the hardest part of it.
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest , kind of cake-r-it's all
the same. There is never but one re-'
suit the sweetest and most palatable;
of foods. , . , . ;; ' '
There is not as'much worry
over baking costs either. Because
Calumet costs less when you buy it
the price is moderate.
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IAI OTHERS SAY
The following Interesting data was
culled by Campbell's Courant from a
bulletin issued by the Kesearch De
partment of the International Maga
zine Company, publisher of the Cos
mopolitan, Good 'Housekeeping, Motor,
Harper's Bazaar, Motor Boating and
Hearst's Magazine. The appended
table shows the advertising expendi
tures expressed as a percentage of
Arrow Collars 5.5
Cadillac Automobiles 1
Cloth-Craft Clothes 1.5
Colgate's Preparations 2
Fatima Cigarettes 5 .
Ivory soap - 3
Kodaks ' 3
Old Dutch Cleanser. 10
Packard Automobiles 1.1
Sears, Roebuck & Ca .10
Velvet Tobacco ............ i ... .
Welch's GraTe Juice .". 10
Campbell's Soups ...fc !.4
Campbell's Beans 23
The old.time-worn cunundrum "Who
rays for the advertising?" Is still pro
pounded by some occasional moss
covered or mildewed mind. All sani
tary, dust-proof; mentalities have long
since stopped bothering.
.The editor of the Courant, being an
advertising fan, prefers the answer of
thS enthusiastic ad salesman; "Xobody
Pays for It."
Nobody pays tor the lauor-savln
machine that reduces factory overhead
nd increases production It pavs for
ilhelf. , -
Nobody pays for the motor truck In
stallation that decreases delivery
charges by increased efficiency it
pays for itself. Nobody pays for the
advertising that cuts down selling costs
and puts business on a quantity basis
it pays for itself. Advertising World.
It costs you less when you
use it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than the
ordinary leavening strength.
You get more out of the flour,
sugar, eggs, shortening, etc., be
cause there are no failures no waste.
The most critical of baking
powder judges save it highest
awards, World's Pure Food Exposi
tion, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Paris,
The largest selling brand in
A y:nd car, of Calumet contains fulj'
16 oz. Som". baking riders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz cans. Be
sfcre voii get a pound when you want it.
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CaliMMl Doafhaitt ' . ,
Radpa ." .
4 cups of puttT ',.
flour, 3 level t-
spoons Calumet ",
Baltinc Powder, M ' .
teaspoon e salt 1 ',. " ,
oof tugar. 2 eggx :.
beatera together, 1 ' '
fi butter, I cup of t
pile. Then ma It ,
U regular way, t
Biff ' Mmiml Boom
.The Props Are Gut Stop, Look and
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I do not mark my goods 200 and 300 per cent in order to have sales but to be in line I am slashing my prices. Everything in the store is reduced and in
cluded in this sale, Below are a few articles listed as samples. Come and find what you want - . .
The Best Grade Wiltons in the Market
9x12 size $160.00
8-3x10-6 size , . $146.00
All other grades and sizes in proportion.
Axminsters at Slashed Prices. :
Other lines at $85.00 and less. t '
. DINING TABLES
54-in. Walnut, Queen Anne . u . . $75.00
48-in. Mahogany, Queen Anne $67.00
54-in. Golden Oak, now $62.00
45-in. Golden Oak, now $37.50
Best William and Mary Walnut, now $15.10
Best Queen Anne, Walnut, now $15.75
Best Golden Oak, now .$10.30
Golden Oak, now -. $4-50
OVERSTUFFED PARLOR SUITES
Largest Assortment in Pendleton "
3 piece suites, $625.00 now ........................ $495.00.
3 piece suites, $475.00, now . . . . $407.50
3 piece mahogany cane suites, $400.00, now $317.00
$250 Davenport, high grade tapestry, now : . . ... . .-.-$175.00
$160 Davenport now $115.00
BED ROOM SUITES
Best Walnut Bedroom Suites, now $437.00
Best Mahogany Bedroom Suites, now $249.00
4 Piece Walnut Suite $185.00
4 Piece Ivory Set $109.00
' Other suites in proportion. Come and see.
CLOSING OUT PIANOS
f LIBRARY TABLES - ; ;
$50.00 Golden Oak Table, now '.. $39.00
$48.00 Golden Oak Table, now .-. A $37.00
$45.00 Mahogany Table, now . , $36.00 '
$23.00 Golden Oak Table, now $16.00
MATTRESSES " Y'Z.
B. M. 0. E., best silk floss $27.50 "
Ostermoor Mattress, now .... ; . . . . , . . $29.00' ; '
Cotton Felt, now $12.50
Cotton Felt, now . ,H ; $8.50.
CONGOLEUM RUGS '
Best grade, 9x12, now $16.00
All other sizes reduced '
Best Jacobean Buffets, now.-. $90.00
William and Mary Jacobean finish, now . $78.00
Wijliam and Mary Jacobean.f inish, now . )f ; . $45.00 :
Golden Oak Buffets, now $24.00 and up