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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 8, 1921.
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THK THIRTEENTH H('.;.K AT DALLAS
I've tackled many a problem worked And for downright
out by Donald Komi,
1 ve had high hills to shoot at. and
lakes to drive across,
I've fought my way through bunk
er which try all golf inoiila.
And I thought I had encountered, tha
meanest golfing holes;
But I bumped in one in Texas to baffle
shurk or dub.
The thirteenth hole at Dallas, of the
Dallas Country flub.
I face the future calmly and
there's nothing more I dread.
Ditches, bunkers or barancas, I'll not
care what lies ahead:
There is no distress before me like the
grief which lies behind.
It slopes towards a river, and the river I'll meet any golfins peril with a calm
winds and bends, i and tranquil mind.
And the stream is so contrary that tt For there cannot be another hole for
hasn't any friends; mortal men to flub
There is trouble ail around you, from Like that thirteenth hole at Dallas, of
the tee tip to the green, I the Dallas Country club.
(Copyright, by Edsar A. Guest.)
it's the meanest hole I've seem
Its a golf ball cemetery, of confusion
it's the hub,
It that thirteenth hole at Dallas, of
Hie Dallas Country Club.
THE WORLD IS WAITING
THE country will enthusiastically support President Hard
ing andJiia secretary of state on the subject of the Island
of Yap. But after all, Yap is a minor matter just now.
What the world needs is a settlement of the whole peace sub
ject including the indemnity Germany is to pay.
Businessmen are coming to realize that we are suffering not
p much from local conditions as from a state of affairs that is
world wide. The Portland Oregonian has expressed its view of
the situation in the following:
All men who are not wilfully blind to facts agree that the present indus
trial depression, in the I'nited States is due to economic chaos In Europe and
mat uie iirst step toward financial stability and Industrial revival on that con
tinent mast be adjustment of accounts between Germany and the allies, to be
fallowed by similar adjustments between the allies and the I'nited States and
tne another. Hence promotion of the public welfare, which is anions; the
'president's duties, requires him to aid in this adjustment
William H. Booty, vice president of the Guaranty Trust Co.
of New York, returning from a visit in Efirope, said :
"There is a universal feeling of regret in Europe that it has
not been possible for the United States to take a more active
part in the settlement of these reconstruction problems and they
are looking to this country for guidance and assistance in even
cs great a degree as during the dark days of the war. Many pri
vate expressions of opinion are heard to the effect that .these
problems never would be settled until the United States took a
hand and any assumption of leadership or authority on our part
in the situation would certainly be welcome by all parties concerned."
Mothers! Give The Little
Ones Syrup Pepsin
They Iik Dr. Caldwell', and ll quickly
relievo their constipation
T3EG1N to teach the child regular daily
LJ elimination as youinf as possible,
and, much constipation will be avoided
ifttcr in life. The most convenient hour
throughout life Is immediately upon
arising, it does not then interfere with
play, school or work. ,
When in spite of your efforts a mem
ber of the family becomes constipated,
give Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the
size dose directed on the bottle. It is a
mild, gentle laxative safe for young
babies; effective for grownups. It is the
largest selling liquid laxative in the
worid, and most economical ns a sixty
cent bottle will last you many months.
- For your information, Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin is acorn pound of Egvptinn
Senna and other simple laxative "herbs
with pepsin and pleasant-tasting ro-
niatics. Look on it as a good family
friend, useful to relieve constipation
and symptoms like headache, bilious
ness, colds, fever, bad breath, loss of
appetite and sleep. It is no exaggera
tion to sav that millions of families are
never without a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. Itsafeguards their health.
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TRY IT FREE
Send me your name and ad
aires j and I uili semi you a free
trial botde of my Smif Pe (win.
Address me Dr. W. B. Cali.
well, j 13 Washington Street,
Monhccilo, Illinois. Every
body now and then needi a
Lixutive,andf is well Co know
the best. Write me today.
It is time f or'our irreconcilable senators to stop playing foot
hall with the peace subject and get down to constructive work.
I he task of leadership is upon the president and his "best
minds." If they do not want the Versailles treaty and the
League of Nations, let them provide something better. Mean
while the delay is becoming burdensome.
A feature of the milk situation in Pendleton is that not only
uu " piivc 1 cumin mgn, our, ine quality is poor, mere is
ery little cream, even if you buy cream, and there is evidence
that a closer sanitary insDection of the loral dairips mio-hr nrnvo
beneticial.- With all the officials we have, including, boanis,
agents, demonstrators, health nurses, etcc, there should be some
way of improving this situation.
Speaking of road work, it is timely to remark that the high
way over the Blue Mountains can never he nf miifh lisp lmKl
j the stretch from Deadman's hill to Kamela is improved.
Some one has ventured the remark that money still talks but
ia iusl f us reputation as a good mixer.
" 28 YEARS AGO
(From ' the Daily East Oregonian,
April S. 1893.)
Lot Livermore and E. Sharon, ha,va
formed a partnership for the reat
Charles Myers, of Birch creek, who
stepped into a vat of toiling water last
December and scalded himself badly,
is having serious difficulty and is here
W. H. Daughtrey shipped three loads
of cattle tcjday to the Sound.
Mrs. G. A. Hartman Entertained a
Trogressivs whist were enjoy-
EGG OF PASSENGER
1RI1ANA. 111., April 8. (A. P,)
How would you like to buy a doien
egga. guaranteed stale, tor m ':
With prices of ordinary "hen tnMr
fluttering back 10 t.-ar icaaom.uie
levels, 11,00 seems high for any egg.
but that Is the estimated value of a
YOU CAN ALWAYS BUY
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Hand Tooled Leather Bags. $1.98 to
Human Hair Nets, guaranteed,
each ....................... 10c
Fashionette, Invisible Hair Nets,
, the best, 2 for ...... ..... , . , ; , v , 25c
Beads for embroidery,, .bugles, cut
steel, etc. 15c to 59c
Soutache Braid, 12 yd. pieces.,. . . 23c
Shoe Laces, brown and black 6c to 12c
Crown Hair Pins. ....... 5c to 15c "
Snap Fasteners, per card ....... 5c
Turknit Wash Cloths. . . 10c, 12c, 15c
Shoe Polish 12c
Shoe trees, pair . . .' ........ . 15c..
Powder Puffs 5c, 10c, 15c
Wst Electric Curlers, 5 on card 23c
Marcelle Waving Irons, each. ... 59c
Darning Cotton, the ball 4c
For Less Money
IN THIS STORE THAN ANYWHERE IN PENDLETON. THE ONLY RE
QUIREMENT IS THAT YOU PAY CASH. ,
Celluloid Knitting Pins, pair. . . . 29c
Ribbon Shoulder Straps, detach-
able, the set 25c
Stickerei Braid, best mercerized
Children's Hose Supporters, all
sizes, pair .;..,..;......;. 23c
Colored Bias Lawn Tapes, pink, blue,
red, black, tan, Alice blue, 6 yard
pieces . : 22c
Elastic Sanitary ftelts, each .... 3pc
Keep pry Baby Pants, tan .... . 50c
Solvos Dry Baby Pants, white, . , 63c
Pearl Buttons, per dozen , . . 5c
Skirt Belting, yard. .' . . . 10c and 15c
Dr. Parker's Hose Supporters for
Children, the pair 59c
Neck Bands for Men's Shirts, high
grade, each . .". 15c
Athletic Hose Supporters for use
with or without corsets, pair. . 98c.
Carmen Hair Pins, the box 10c, 15c
Best Made Lisle Elastic, 1-4 inch
A few more Jersey
Jackets at $8.95
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scum of the I nlverslty of Illinois here.
It is the egg of a passenger pigeon,
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un American Dirn iiuw vAum-..
egg was given to hs I'niversity ly T.
E. Musselman. a former aiuueni.
The lust known passtnger pigeon
died in the Cincinnati Zoological Oar
dens about five years ago. Following
the bird's death, the American Orni
thologists Vnlon offered 7,0t to any
one proving Ithe existence of a nest
ing pair, but none of the original spe
cies was ever discovered.
Passenger pigeons were once so nu
merous in the Mississippi Valley that
thii. mltrrnt Inns (InrKenen tne . .
!.-.- WIM-U- TV. VU:llT SIIIIIt!
CHIOAUO, April 8. (IT. P.) 1
musical comedies and magazine ed
vertisvinsnls ou find your ftuu-y
i:trlpeU pajamas, but In real life mm
are clinging to the old faxhion night
At !ist lhut's the opinion of P. 11.
Lnylnml, Cluriigo Haberdasher.
Not i nlv the Juxzy old boys, but gay
young frlskcrs are keen for the com
forts of the roomy night shirt that cov-r.-f
up your feet," said I-ayland,
"Prnppy. tip-to-the-nilmite styles in
I ubllc, but comfort In the bed room
that Is the pulley.
Jiinrs A. I'ntton, wheat king, was
utin'ed tha other day ss saying: "Damn
I animus!" ills traveling bag had bees
Vo.rn.. It comaiiuMj a ntht shin. A
friend offered psjainaa.
Shake Into our Phoes
Allrn's Foot-Kaaa, the antlsepne powsf
o nr anaxen into the shot and aprlnk
1 In the footbath. Tha I'latlahurg
amp Manual advlaea men In tralnlnf
o use Poot-Kaae In their shoes each
morning, it prevent blisters and sort
pota and relieves painful, swollen,
marling feet and takes tha sting out
f corns and bunions. Always uaa
lien's Ki'otiK. to break in saw
Round Steak, per pound 22c
Loin Steak, per pound .............. 25c
Rolled Prime Rib Roast 25c
Plate Boil, per pound ..... ' . . . 10c
Cross Rib Pot Roast, per pound 18c
Shoulder Steak, per pound 18c(
Hamberger, perpound 18c
Oregon Pride Weiners, per pound 20c
Oregon Pride Head Cheese, per pound. 18c
Oregon Pride Bologna, per pound 18c
Oregon Pride Mince Ham, per pound. . 20c
Oregon Pride Liver Sausage, per pound 18c
Oregon Pride Boiled Ham, per pound. . 50c
Shoulder Pork Roast, per pound . .... 20c
Pork Steak, per pound 22c
Loin Pork Chops, per pound ....
Bulk Pork Sausage, per pound . .
Link Pork Sausage, per pound . .
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A money back guarantee on all Oregon
Pride Products, to be as good as any eastern
products shipped to your city.
Oregon Pride Bacon, per pound. . . . . , 45c
Oregon Pride Hams, per pound . 35c
Leg Mutton, per pound 22c
Mutton Chops, per pound ........... 20c
Mutton Stew, per pound . . .......... 10c
Veal Steak, per pound 22c
Veal Stew, per pound 18c
Loin.Veal Chops, per pound, ......... 35c
Veal Roast, per pound 22c
EMPIRE MEAT COMPANY
PHONE 18 " g
Oregon Pride No. l's 25c
Oregon Pride No. 3's
Oregon Pride No. 5's . . $1.20
Oregon Pride, No. 10's . . . . . . . . . ? . . $2.10