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DAILY EAST 05SS01T1AN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1026.
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Mrtaker 9t (he Aaaoelafe Praaa
Tha Associated Prwia ia exclusively
entitled to tha use for republication of
all rwa dinpatrhea credited to it or
at etherwlaa credited in this papar
ad alio taa local aawa published rere-
one year, by mall
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on monin by man
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Pear street, though I have never trod before
. Your shining way. mime sense of you I know;
Or els, why Is it that I love you so
i Tlirlll at the latch clink of an opening door,
And feel the shadows of your treea fall o'er
My spirit, with deep meaning? Lous rko
4 I naw just such a radiant morning plow;
But then I deemed that it would dawn no more'
I know that Ivied window ;and to me 1
t The rustle of the curtains, and the sweet
Voices of children in an alien land
Come with supreme remembered melody'
oh, city aim ne. but dear, familiar street, '
Here with dear l.ove, I've wandered, hand in hand!
' Copyrighted for the East Oregonian Tub. Co.
TWELVE SUGGESTIONS FOR THE COMING YEAR
Tp HERE are people who have a very inadequate conception
, I of the work done by the Pendleton Commercial Associa
-- tion. They know the association has been Tjusy with th
and that project but they do not understand the full value of th
service rendered by the organization. Neither do thev m-ODerlv
comprehend the fact that with more members, more money and
more entnnsiasm a much larger program could be undertaken,
in Tendleton has not reached its limit as to size and usefulness,
We have but started. ; Despite the fact this is already one of the
Dean towns in. uregon ana nas nearly doubled its population in
10 years there is still a wonderful opportunity for Droeressive
effort. . During the coming year and in the various years to come
it wm be in tne power ot the Commercial Association to play a
neavier part man ever betore ui history. i
r:"What can the association do?" you may ask... For. those
who may be at sea upon that point the East Oregonian ventures
the following suggestions for the coming year,
1-Wurther exploit the advantages of Pendleton as a home
town. There are thousands of families living elsewhere who
would live here and prefer it if they knew the facts,
2 Cooperate in further efforts for needed reclamation
work, including the McKay reservoir and the John Day project
; i 3 Work for the extension of the Pilot Rock branch to the
southern part of the county so that the timber of that region may
be brought here for manufacture.
4 Aid in making Pendleton a better town by forwarding the
move for supervised playgrounds and improved school facilities.
t ; 5 Oet busy towards helping in the development of more
hydro electric power, particularly on the Columbia, so that there
may be adequate power for manufacturing purposes, home uses'"
and for driving the iarm machinery of the county when the oil
supply grows low. ,
i, i 6 Cooperate in efforts to make Pendleton a greater dis
tributing point and the home of a larger wholesale business. Get
$ competing oil company. f
"7 Study conditions in other towns and other sections of the
county. with a view to being of the possible service whenever
nee'd arises. Eliminate misunderstandings.
8 Aid in seeing that the auto camp ground is improved and
conducted in a manner to insure the best results. " ,
t ; 9 Help bring about a better lighting system in the -business
section. , , , ... . , ,
10 Work with farmers and stockmen in helping solve all
problems where the association's assistance may be of benefit.
, i 11 Work for better city government; for a more cordial so
cial and business spirit; when other conditions are equal urge
tnat home people and home concerns be patronized in prefer
ence to outsiders. . .... : .
i J 12-- Maintain a continuous and vigorous interest in the im
provement of roads so as to gradually put an end to the general
tconomic loss from bad roads. ,
Many of the foregoing suggestions cover subjects already
being handled by the Commercial Association. But there are
things not listed that would provide a further field for the asso
ciation's activities. The ground to be covered is limitless. ' The
association needs more punch. The best way to work for that
end is to join the association, attend its meeting and help the
cause along. Every local business and professional man and
farmer should be enrolled in the list of Commercial Association
members. The benefits derived are mutual and they relate to no
particular line of business.
j If you are not a Commercial Association member you are
n issing out on a good thing. The door is open to all. , Get right
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I . t . tiv ' Xuxns) a oil
i TO A WOIU.lt Ol' IM IMtV: lIl'AI TV ANI CHARM
! AMERICA'S WINTER PLAYGROUND
Outdoor life Ideal. An enillona variety of lieiill hful rocreiition,
partlnies and siitlil-eelnir loura. ltd tltommmiH or nillon of plcv
turenqne' Jmved h(Bliwyif hi tut admiration and dcllirlit of niotoi'
' enthuiiinsta. A real emltropi ill Winter paradlne.
The Klrci't and J'rasMH( Vay lo t'nllfornla In la tin. 1
Union Pacific System
which plucea ut the dipoKl of Its putrona two extremely attract.
Ive and Intereatlnu reia-r-the wrld-fumua ('olumh)n Hirer and
Shasta Itouti or throua-h Wnlt iaUfi flty And onu hundred mile
of oranxe trrovea In the Sunny Southland. '
WIJV NOT iO om: WAV AM ItiriTlt.N TIIIC othi:h
. A circle of mra acenea and experlencea not excelled on the contl
nent. Tluoush alecplnff cur nnd dinlnnr cur accommodations make
the trip either wu;- comfortable and InteientltiK.
--I,ct our tiscut tell yon all about It, nwpnrti your
Itinerary, make your r'eaervatlonH, deliver your
' ' tickets and supply lntructlve California llteia-
A pleasant variation from the all-nil! trip to Cali
fornia Is the ocean trip ('om rortlnnd to San
Krunclsco. Salllniin on the 'Itoxe City" or "Alas
ka" every fifth day. Oirecv connection In Port
land. Let us tell you about it.
T.P, O'nRIKN, Aneut.
WM. McMURRAY t; '" ,,n-"-"r A-
WASHINGTON Vice President-elect Cmlvin Cnolidge may not have to worry boyt hla rent
- west, of a Juuae fr.r Mature '
. r- t u Bn3W "ErabassT Bui dia" and below Coolldta on tha norch.
l as NorthamDton residence. lnf ia .utn , eAiu.. vwouaje on ice porch'
1 w - -w iimiiiiv v vvvjiuab.
Zk REMEMBER THIS "CATERPILLAR" 75 TRACTOR IS
)ffer resolntlon to Congress fayorlng the perchaae, by the federal govera
JJ Wll "r1111 "Erabaesy Building," .t 16ih and Park-rd.
Mrs. R. A. Holte and daURht r Bet
ty and Mrs. Fred Cole were In Pendle
ton the Inst of the week shopping.
Misa Jeeisie Brierly had 34 S hpp trtinat
the pns week Alias Loin Norton of
James Z. Stuart of Tolt. Washing
ton, returned to his home Saturday
URIAH, iDec. 14. Born at Albee lttt''r a week's visit with his brother. F
Wednesday! December 8 to Mr. and lB- stuart- '
Mrs. Wilford Corley a son. J. It. Knight is remodellna th. nnl.
Born in Pendleton, Wednesday De- Mrs. John Ha nan and riauuhtor Mis
cember 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guer Margaret, were shonmnir in ltmiirn 1
rant or l, Kian a son. oaturoay.
Gip Huston of Pilot P.ock came in) The little daughter of Mr nri lro
Wednesday for a few days visit witMF. K. Ranney is recovering from a k-
nis parents, -Mr. ana Mrs. j, T.. Huston, ;nons attack of pneumonia .
ad his brother Harry Huston and A number of ladies of Kchn nttn
family, also to look after his interests ;ed the Christmas sale Saturday
here.' , , ... . I K .R. Rlplev returned m hi. knn
airs, jennie -Moore wno haa .oeen in nokane after a visit of several
visiting at fliot Rock for the last week weeks with his daughter, Mrs. E.. P
returned home last Friday. j Severance. .
Walter Helmick left last Friday for Mrs. Elizabeth Connelly is visltinn
Portland with a carload of beef cattle. . i her daughter, Mrs,, p. -s. ,. Nohon at
Leonard smpson and John Booser, Miaines. . , . , i,
ho- tiave ibeen in Washington since Among those who were liln
the heirinning iof harvest returned 'Christmas shopping in Pendlelon wr
THEY NEED UNCLE SAM '
THERE are signs that the American election has had a pro
nounced influence on the League of Nations and its abil
ity to function properly. The voice of reaction raised in
trie United States has been heard elsewhere. The effect has
been to weaken the league. Instead of moving boldly forward
iri a great cause the league assembly is inclined to hesitate and
hedge. To appease critics in this country and elsewhere there
if danger the league will weaken itself so much it will L
valueless for real work in the cause of peace.
The League of Nations needs the United. States and needs it
badly. -This nation alone is in position to lead boldly and disin
terestedly along lines that will insure future peace and elimina
tion of the mad competition for military and naval supemacy.
The nations cf the world are ready to follow America if Uncle
Sam will take the lead. There is a wonderful opportunity open
to the new president and his advisers. , No president ever had a j
greater opportunity for service. May the incoming executive I
measure up to the possibilities. .1. -
At Ukiah, California, an 18 year old auto thief is dead and
two friends are lodged in jail. Over in Malheur county a boy
is facing a first degree murder charge after having killed the
owner of an auto in order to get a car without paying for it.
When boys like this want cars so badly why dont they save their
money and buy them. It costs much less to buy an auto than to
e'eal one. ,
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' ! The tragedy fn Ireland is something to appeal to every hu
man heart. Good men and patriots on both sides are being
slaughtered in the most cruel form of warfare and it is hard to
ee where either side is gaining anything by the sacrifices.
, Various towns are looking closely into the ethics of their po
lice in dealing with law violators; people dont expect perfection
1: om their police but they do expect honesty.
, But do not overlook the fact there may also be some suffer
ing children nearer home than Europe.
home the last of the week, acconipan.
icd by Frank Simpson of Garfield, t
Walter Kirk left (Wednesday . for
Freewater to Join bis wife who Is visit
ing with her- parents. .. '
Seventy witnesses passed through
kiah last week enroute to Pendleton
attend the Frederick Rader trial. .
John Ewing was in town last Friday
from the Hynd ranch,
David Hynd and George Anderson of,
Heppner came in Sunday to assist ;
Charley Hynd in taking the Hynd!
Bros, cattle to their winter feed near I
Heppner. They were accompanied by
Bert ilctaughlln. ' j
Another half night dance, will be-
iven Saturday night by V. B. Peter
son. In the Peterson hail.
Frank Martin received a letter from
his son Milford Martm, of Garfield,
Washington that their children are HI
with whooping cough.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ganger and son
Garland, left for Pendleton Friday for
a few days visit with relatives.
Mr. Mueller of Ritter was a Ukiah
visitor last Thursday on business.
, The surveying crew, who have been
surveying for the last two months for
the new .road up Camas Creek, nave
moved to Ukiah and go from here to
their work, as they are approaching
the end of the survey. . 1 ' . .
A letter was recently received by a
friend from Mrs. W. A. Anderson, say
ing that they, arrived at Garnett, Kan
sas all O. K. and were enjoying their
visit very- much. They expect to re
main their during the winter.. . . .
Walter Allison who has been absent
from home ior the last month working
near Bingham Springs, returned to his
home and family Thursday evening.
Henry Jaainka came up from his
Nye ranch Wednesday. . s-
Canma Prairie is now fceing treated
to (some yery rough weather.; Snow
covered the valley Thursday morning,
but soon melted and Thursday night a
hard raiB fell for ft while, hut snow is
falling all around in the mountains.
irs, t. v. Uine, Mrs.. W. 0 Smith and
Miss Julia Haggman.
Attorney Ziirrher was attending to
businetw affairs in rendleton Thurs
day. , . . ,
CHURCH SALE REALIZES
V Boy'a Rpnuntlu to'llis Stomach.'
What's the matter with you ain't I
Always been your friend?
Ain't I been a partner to you? All..
My pennies don't I spend
In getting nice things for you? Don't
I give you lots of cake?
Coming to i
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DR. MKMJCXTIIIV. & CO.
DO NOT USE SURGERY
Say' atomic. whatV the mater
That you -rial to go an' ache?'
Why, I loaded you with good things.
Yeslerday I gave you more
Potatoes, squash and turkey than
You'd ever hud before;
I gave you nuts and candy, pumpkin
Pie and chocolate cake
And that night when I got to bed
:you had to go and ache.
Say. what's the matter with you, 1
Ain't you satisfied at all?
I gave you all you wanted; you wae
Hard Just like a baU;
And you couldn't hold another bit.
Of pudding, , last night
You ached most awful. Stummlck,
That ain't trcatin' me Just right.
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. I "Caterpillar" "5 Tractor works tin any ground siirfifco without
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You can get Immediate delivery of a "Caterpillar" T5 Tractor If
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I've been a friend to you, I have.
Why ain't you a friend of mir.. .
They gave me castor oil last night
Because you made me whine.
I'm awful sick this morning, and
i in reeling mighty blue. , i.
Because you don't appreciate . .
the things I do for you. ..
Sturgis & Storie
Will be at Dacres Hotel
Thursday and Friday,
Office hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
(East Orcgoniaiv'SpeeiitM fl '
PTAXfirld.' Jec.:; HMTtie . Ladle;
Aid held Its anmiarcrrrwtmas sale oi
fancy and plain articles Saturday aft
ernoon in-the church parlors. Over
J200 was realized.
. Jlie wheat market is tantalizing. aXfair, -
-E fl OXT WtOP IEAI A VY MOItR
"My husband suffered terribly from
stomach and liver trouble, which
caused such bloating of gas as to scri.
ously affect his heart. Doctors warn
ed him tht he might drop .dead at
ind time from this trouble.. A friend
in Cleveland advised him to take
Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy, and since
taking It, 5" months ago, tie Is foellng
like a young man again. All his
friends are surprised at his appear
ance." It is a simple,, harmless prep
aration that removes the catarrhal
mucus from tha Intestinal tract and
allays the Inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and Intea-
jtinol ailments. Including appetidicitK
IOn dose will convince or money re
(usdedy pruggiata everywhere. ,
TWO DAYS ONLY
No t'luwse for Examination.
The doctor In chnte is a graduate
in medicine and Surgery and Is licen
sed by the st.'.te of .Washington. He
visits professionally tho more jmppr
and towns and cities and offers to all
(who rail on this trip consultation and
j examination free, except the expense
jtf treatment when desired-' (-
4 According to his -method of treat
ment h uoes not operate .for chronic
appendicitis, gall stonos, 1 ulcers ofi
stomach, tonsils or adenoids. . i
Ho. has In his credit many wonder
ful results in diseases of the yimnch,
liver, bowel, blond, skin, nerves, heart, j
kidney, bladder, bed wotting, catarrh,)
weak lungs, rheumatism, sciatica, leg '.
ulcers and rectal ailments,.
, If you have been ailing for aViy
length of time and do not get any
better, do not fall to call, as Improper
measures rather than disease are very
ollon tbo cause of your long standing
Remember above date, that exami-H
ration on this trip will be free and
that his treatment Is different
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