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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1921)
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, 'OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 'wxr:
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Ti !. while rtiRSins In my yard
I heard lila most familiar cry.
Ami thHt' a summons 1 regard
tn&limtlvcly. I turned to fly
tn mKfT inR to re his neoil.
And h 1 made by anxious spurt.
To kH to him at double-spoed.
I -wondered wa he budly hurt.
There U no fear akin to this.
Thuush there are some can eland
To learn what all the troulile K
1 riiKh at once to learn hi, fate.
Th.'iiph he would come to me t know,
When he has tumbled In the dirt, .
T" him 1 am compelled to go.
To learn If he Is badly hurt.
I take him tip and soothe his puln
And dry the eyes so filled with tears.
Make straight his little waist again
And smile away a thouxtiids fears;
I look him over, head to loe.
Nor am t tempted to desert .
The youngster's side until I know
He Isn't very badly hurt.
I They laugh at me and say that I
Make far too much of bump and
They bid me, when I hear him cry.
To pay no heed to It at all;
And yet until this flesh of mine
I Jos cold and lifeless and Inett,
When of distress he makes a sign,
I'll rush to learn if he is hurt.
THERE are features in the soldiers' aid bill that will have a
powerful appeal with many people who want to deal lair
ly with the service man by reimbursing him to some extent
for the financial loss he incurred wlyle following the flag.
The chief feature in the measure to be voted on June 7 is
the home loan plan under which an Oregon soldier may secure
a $3000 loan on a long time basis. It is easy to surmise that this
option will be the one generally chosen because from a mone
tary standpoint the home loan will be vastly more valuable than
the small cash bonus that may be had if desired. The loan plan
will mean that any Oregon service man will have at his disposal
an offer whereby he may at once acquire a home or a smalt
farming tract Since we need more home building and since it
is advantageous for any man to own his own home the measure
carries a pull it will be hard to resist when it is considered this
opportunity is offered men who gave up their regular walks of
work and business to defend the country in wartime.
The measure if carried will involve some expense to the state
but this expense will be distributed over a long period of time
and should not be burdensome. The immediate result will be, if
all signs do not fail, a home buying and home building-campaign
that will mean increased business throughout the whole state.
(rent Rrirain will nn rfmiM lin vnrv o-lml tn ni'niiip.-tcp in n
move to stop further navy building. England lias twice as big
a navy as any other power and can well afford to rest on the
present status of affairs. .
In Toronto and other cities of Ontario the domestic rate for
electricity is two and a half cents a kilowat hour or one-fourth
what is charged here. Speed up that report' on the Umatilla
rapids. " .
The boys' band will solve the problem of how we are to get
our future bandsmen.
(Copyright. UM. by Edgar A. Guest, i
rrMIE center parking plan in use on Main and Court streets is
I a subject of frequent remark by visitors. They are im
pressed with the plan for it is obvious that traffic in the
business section is facilitated by the practice. . At the time the
scheme was first proposed there were many who were doubtful
as to its workableness. The East Oregonian was in this class and
its doubts were based on the fear the shopper would find it in
convenient If any trouble of this sort has resulted this news
paper has not heard of it There are few compia'.ms now re
garding parking facilities, whereas the old system was the
, source of constant complaint.
There is general complaint over the country regarding the
manner in which the slacker list is being made known. The list
is submitted to the newspapers with an acknowledgement by
the war department that there are many Inaccuracies. Most
newspapers are refusing to use the lists bec-.ise they do not
want to brand as a slacker a man who may have died on the
western front The government should have made sure of its
facts before issuing the list
May Be Next Mrs. Chaplin
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Charlie Chaplin and May Collins are Intently absorbed In the niotorcyrle
races at the Los Angeles speedway, but many a passerby was more Interested
In these two thun in the races. For rumor has It that Miss Collins may become
There is a Reason
for the unprecedented success of
The Crescent Dry Goods Co.
Our ideals and ambitions for this new store are being realized every,
day, because thc principles upon which it was founded are the soundest and'
most logical known to the business world today, namely:
BUYING FOR CASH AND SELLING R)K CASH r
Merchandise of real quality at a fair margin of profit only, "depending, upon ,
the rapid turnover of goods at a small profit rather than a slower turnover at
a higher profit for our compensation. In this way of conducting this new
cash store, we are enabled to constantly offer you NEW MERCHANDISE
as we have no reserve stocks and depend upon the daily arrival of new goods ;
to replenish our rapidly replenishing stock.
This insures you new fresh goods at the lowest market prices always.
Our overhead expense is kept down to the minimum in every way, we have
no credit losses or office expenses. These savings are all handed down to our
many patrons in the low prices that you pay for high grade quality merch
andise. . . .
Parcels delivered promptly C. 0. D., approval C. 0. D. or paid. Why not
try this store next time you need dry goods, ready-to-wear or notions?
The Merchants' Car
nival will be educati
onal. Sec it next
Attend the Merch
ants' and Mfjjr's Car
nival next Thursday
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
What a wonderful time in the lives of those who graduate. It
marks an accomplishment of continuous labor. Of course, it is
customary to mark the occasion by some fitting gift.
JEWELRY IS THE IDEAL GIFT
Beauty, value and utility are all combined in jewelry. Not a play
thing for a day but a priceless thing growing richer in value and
eentiment as the years pass.
"Gifts That Last"
Can you think of any other
ornament so universally ap
pealing to the girl graduate
as the diamond?
It is possible to buy an ex
quisite gift embodying the
diamond at a most reason
Our $100.00 diamond ring is
most attractive for the girl.
A Sawtelle diamond can be
shown with pride in any
So many people think it dif
ficult to purchase things
that will please the boy. The
following brief list may help
Belt and Belt Buckles ,
Each one a possibility and
all within reach of the most
-iHtta That lMt"
The Watch is Always the Favorite for
THE BOY GRADUATE
As it is the most useful of gifts, one that he will continually curry ami
treasure through, the years to come. Thoughtful tmrcnts wish tu
murk their appreciation with a
TOKEN THAT ENDURES
Our stork of watches is most complete, consisting of the standard
makes as Wultlmm. Klgin anil Illinois.'
THE GRUEN WATCH
which we alone still In Iviirllvtnn, nnikew an epciul apptul to the
young man. They are the neatest nimleln now shown In wnlchc,
bountiful canes and act-tnatc works o couihiiu'd as to l "extra-thin."
"They Fit Your Pocket Like a Dollar"
Kuch watch bears the Sawtelle guarantee in udilition to the manu
facturers. ";irt Tlnit l.asf
Price and Value
Some things are dear at any price. Value represents the best buy
for the money expended. Most people go to the jeweler in whom
they have the greatest confidence. If we have merited yours we
are most pleased. We earnestly strive to give the greatest values '
in every article sold. .
All prices are in plain figures. No exaggerations per
mitted. Nothing sold unless we can guarantee it. Our
service is genuine service, based upon the one principle,
that the customer must be pleased.
";irts mm ui"
' FOR HER
There is no girl that iloes not have keen ilesirc for a wrist watch.
When no many cheap wrist watches are heing sold tolay, there is a
genuine feeling of satisfaction In knowing you can go to Kawtellc's
and depend upon their word.
There is nothing hut good judgment that keeps us from selling Inferi
or goods, but we get good mcrchadlso, mark It conservatively, add to
it our guarantee of perfect satisfaction. "
You are always satisfied if you get an honest value
for your money.
"Gifts .That I-a-l."
What a world of suggestions
for inexpensive gifts a store
like this offers. Personal
little gifts of great charm.
Each a worthy gift, sure to
please the recipient.
"tiirtH Titut i.ut"
This item deserves special
attention, because if the
graduate goes oh to college
they will need a good pen
A NEW SHIPMENT
enables us to meet any re
quirement in this line.
In attractive boxes, from
$1.00 to $20.00.
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The Largest Diamond Dealers in Eastern Oregon
OUR NAME ON THE
BOX IS YOUR
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